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OH Timothyliuy We have received a car of very nice Ohio Timo thy Hay which will be unloaded at our Retail Store Wednesday, and we shall make special lrices for ton lots, de livered to any point in the village. This is a superior quality and a much better grade than we have been able to ob tain for some time. Telephone 135 E. CROSBY & CO. For Sale One Smith Form-A-Truck Ford with covered body and in good condition. Just the car for anyone wishing to start an ex press business. Will exchange for potatoes. QtattHHlHHi THE iBRATCTJEBORO DAILY KEFOH.MER. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1920. It- - ijT"!n? 2?ntti1m'i 3cr'vfrt,,Mf i -- - . umiuv X in wim urn That Home Brew IIP FA A , ft ft u i . ANY MINUTE, SHE SAYS Published Every Evening Except Sunday at The American Building Annex Main Street, Brattleboro, Vermont. Address All Communications to The Reformer. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copies Three Cents One Week ................ Eighteen Cents One Month i...... . 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Folks "Let tho.se who are wei&, thin, nervous, anaemic or run-down, take a natural, un adulterated substance such as P.itro-Phos-phate and you will soon see some astonish ing results in the increase of nerve energy, strength of body and mind and power of endurance," says Dr. Joseph Ilarrigan. ' .Brattleboro Drug Co. or any good drug gist will supply the genuine llitro-I'hos-phate at reasonable cost. The Reformer is on sale every evening by the following news dealers: Brattleboro, Brattleboro News Co., C. W. Cleav-eland, S. L. Purinton (Estey vilSe), Brooks House Pharmacy, Allen's Depot News stand. Gilbert J. Pollica, 297 South Main St. (l ort Dummcr district). West Brattleboro, J. L. Stockwell. East Dummerston, M. E. Brown. Putney, M. G. Williams. Newfane, X. M. Batchelder. West Townshend, C. H. Grout. South Londonerry, F. H. Tyler. South Venwn, E. B. BufTum. Northfield; Mass., Thompson Brns. West Chesterfield, N. H., Mrs. W. Streeter. Hinsdale, N. H- W. H. Lyman Greenfield, Mass., Greenfield News Co. Greenfield, Mass., C. A. Hays. When Nature Won't Our Glasses Will Give You Natural, Comfortable Vision 'optometrists BRATTLEBORO, VT. t NO PROFITEERING $ The Largest Optical Establishment in Vermont ft . Clear Policies REASONABLE RATES General Insurance Agency GEO. M. CLAY BANK BLOCK, BRATTLEBORO BROOKS HOUSE E. Sherman Manager L Passenger and Baggage Transfer LOUIS I. ALLEN Tel. 536-W Tl'IiSDAV, DECEMBER 2S, VZflO. ENCOlRA(;iN(; CRIME. The Atlanta Constitution preaclios n Kooil sermon on crimo, using as a toxt the in i It 1 sentences imposed on two crim inals recently m the public eye. There was Ponzi of Boston, the "wiz ard," who swindled thousands of people out of millions ()f dollars. There was no question whatever of his Ruilt, and of the vast amount of wretchedness and want that resulted from his crooked opera tions. I'onzi was sentenced to only five years imprisonment. His time, hv le- cent behavior, mav be reduced to three and one-half years. It is considered quite possible that I'onzi has a fortune stowed away somewhere, saved from his plunder; and if so, when he leaves the penitentiary there will be nothing to prevent his living the rest of his life in comfort. Then there was the case of the New England bootleggers who bought wood al cohol from a Brook! vn undertaker, in large quantities, and peddled it as whis key, each of the two knowing perfecth well what the stuff was. More than 1(H) persons are known to have died from drinking that poison. It is possible that the victims really totalled several hun dred. One of the criminals was given IS years in the penitentiary and the other live years ! "Why are there so many criminals today, and so many robberies?" asks a citizen writing the Springfield (Mass.) I'nion. He answers his own question. saying it is because of the easy tolerance of men like Ponzi by those who adminis ter justice. The Constitution wants to know what is being done for the benefit of the future by judges wjio sentence whole sale murderers and sight-destrovers to serve comparatively nominal prison sen tences," and who make a practice of permitting other dangerous offenders to escape by payment of ietty fine -Migniy nine; and sun less when, as happens so often, men imprisoned for serious crimes are set free before theii short terms have expired. C P T. 1(11 I GIVING UP Mrs. Martin, Mother of 12 Children, States Tanlac Has Meant Health and Happiness to Her "No one could be more thankful for the good Tanlac Las done them than I am to get my health back," declared Mrs. Char lotte Martin, who lives at Alburg, Vt. Mrs. Martin is the mother of 12 children and is one of the most bighly esteemed residents of Alburg. i nau Deen sunenng years and then are an gone ana my kld- this summer almost broke down com- nevH an" back never give me the least pletely. I began to grow worse rapidly ' "(,uble. . I am no longer constipated and and 1I1V digestion hwmn no rxw.n tl,f I at night sloen sound and restful Tnnloc was almost afraid to eat. Mv stomach 'nant health and happiness to me secuied to stay sour all the time and Iia"V, 1 ,can'.t sIak too highly of it." ouki oioat up fireadtullv and have severe . " KOI n urattieboro by the .dins in me sine, i Decame weak and ; """UCUUiU uruK - n ooutn I-ondon-badly run-down and was so short of breath ;derry Y George ii. .Smith, in Jamaica quently had headache and spells of dizzi ness. Then I developed rheumatism and at times it pained uie so bad I could hardly walk. My nerves were worn to a frazzle and my sleep was broken ind rest less. I was weak and tired from morning till night and just felt like giving up any minute. "Tanlac was certainly a blessing to mo and I want to thank the good people who told me .about it in the papers.. I have taken four bottles and just feel so well and strong it seems almost as if I wa.s starting life all over again. ; "My appetite is just splendid and I en joy my meals so much. The rheumatism ami nervousness are all gone and my kid- all the time it was all I could do to get up the stairs without giving out. "My kidneys were badlv disordered and iny back hurt awfully all through the day. .v.-.u a ivi Hum vuuMipuiion ana ire OV K. J. Ilflcr-Tpt.t- in Trtu-nclm., U r- roll C. Robinson, in West Townshend by (.rout & Dean, in Newfane by W. J hames, and in Putney by M. G. Wil- , l Today s Events I out oi the house agen fast as the dickens, , and wen we got out I sed, Well, you herd -'---f umvui juu; " c wteny did, sed Skinny and Ie roy. Meening they still dident" think it was me. ANOTHER AMENDMENT. It is not impossible that results may me from the agitation by the New- York Herald for a constitutional amend nient changing the time when federal officers begin their terms. Under the present law a president must wait four months after he is elected before he i;i inaugurated into office. A congressman cannot take the oath of office until the second December after he has " been elected, and another election is close up on him at that time. It is unfortunate public sentiment in ii t wait so long for a voice in actual legislation. The country has an exam ple of the defects of this system at the present time. Nearly two months ago tin' public voted overwhelmingly against the present administration and its iol icies but until March 4 it retains office A change of administration on the firs dav of December following the election in November would give opportunity for new policies to be put into fore1 promptly. Such a quick assumption of power Avould compel all' candidates to prvpare themselves for their work before election and undoubtedly would result in better informed candidates for pub lie office. It certainly is time for the public to consider this question and de cide whether it hall have a hiatus in legislation after each national election or an active government iu charge soon after the verdict has been given at the polls. Feast of the Holy Innocents, (irectin2S to President Wilson fit inn-i eld todav. Iowa today enters upon her 7."th vear of statehood. May Compromise. (Rellows Falls Times The raising of Vermont judges' salaries member" Vl S Mn flita' "T,f ;.,1C .ba.r an.l probably is ut Cider. (Keene Sentinel.) Cider may be the last recourse of the The American Federation of Teachers ' 1 . JU"K t''Hves. This begms its national convention at St. Paul 4 hm.i l fhfl?n ? ,ttlDK tLo mark today. j "l"n Uf'I"ug that the legislature will make viin.iujiiise on ..,tMH) expenses. A comtmrisnn i nmfln r.f tlm today. .......... . " . ' . ; i (vmvn'iiif is 10 meet at Uueir. h. Ont.. with the latter carrying off the higher today to initiate the Srn,le,,t- -hU; oiouious. .ccordmg to a recent on nion . - movement in an tne universities in Can- t.,K,;tf.i k.. .. ." . , , to prevent nidges runninir railroad trains mln reversing the policy .of the internal reve-' J hilher 1 ''f.T?' .LJf1"!: I . The house census committee is to bein Snd" W"' tanked mail cider in 1 " Pod railroad job to stu-fy law am. climbed , A (lood Idea. (Keene Sentinel.) Section '2 and the law. Answering a query of the inter nal revenue bureau Mr Pnhm.r ,.... it n. . ....... ,i tl his view that this means cider containing less man one-halt of 1 per cent alcohol. He felt oblicred. however t., vt..,,.i i,: opinion as follows : "t ongress se'ins to have recoimivo.l tl... P-culiar nature of cider vii, ti, of apples is juessed ,,ut the immediate re- .-mi i i-nier. nen I lis is i nm m. !. I'pper and Iower Vermont. (I.arre Times.) In the Day's News At the Waldorf-Astoria in New York EO. THE rOOR FARMER. Despite the rapid work of congress in passing a resolution reviving the war finance corporation and the house in rushmg through a farmers' protective tariff bill, the farmer seems to be in lit tle better shape than he has been. A message vetoing the war finance move is expected from the President this week; thv tariff bill has struck strong opposi tion in the senate and prices of farm products have not advanced or markets opened for the enormous stocks the pro ducers are holding. There is little reason to believe the condition different than it would be should the President sign the war fi nance resolution because this corporation which congress would revive has no funds with w hich to extehd credits. Should it secure funds and extend credits it could not affect the rate of exchange between countries and European countries can not buy American goods at wartime prices with their, depreciated currency. The truth is congress cannot extend po litical relief for an economic condition, no matter how much it may wish to do so. It is quite probable foreign credits will have to be provided if this country is to enjoy all the foreien trade to which it is entitled. This because it has become a creditor nation. But such credits must be on a more efficient basis than a war finance' corporation without funds or security for foreign loans. Ts it not correct to assume from the official report of deer killed this season that Windham is Vermont's wildest county V In fact, we note that the fur ther south one goes in the state, the more aboriginal he finds it. according to the same report. Yet, the seat of New England knowledge and culture is supposed to lie in that direction. Ran dolph Herald. The reason deer are so plentiful in Windham county during the oicn sea sou is because the inhabitants of said county, true to their law-abiding up bringing, do not, shoot deer out of sea son unless they are caught in the act of destroying crops. The fact that one of the county's chief crops is timber, which deer do riot destroy at the risk of their lives, may also have something to do with the case. 1 "l '-';il1."" accidents wuicli City a benefit is to be held todav for the appear frequently in the news of the Rev. Phoebe Hanaford io neer woman northern part of the state, are things minister and comrade of Lucretin Mott H.lTir aVtld aS l0ng aVnwstorms Susan 15. Anthony in the earlvdavs of noiu on. out sooner or later those the sutTm toxicating liquor, even within the defini-1 ''ristiiias sleds must have a "try out", there were few women in America more than Phoebe Hanaford. tion of the prohibition act. has not been ; " should be somewhere out of the widely known produced. Hut fermentation verv sl.orH v . V' av "f nutomobiles. Rrattleboro lie- Now. in her !r vear nn.l ..tw .. it.n..' ......... i, it. ... spent in workinc for the ..,.,. t - - - "i-niii hum on a- n.kti i. tl... life ns: 11 u.li.w-.l tn..,.l.n 1 .1 .. , . - '.. ----- - ..... ...-i ii.ui.uiuuuirii i i . ... -- irm uri , aim men sun leu 1 tl T.l V trf-.Q f 1 er M 1 , , llff lira.... .v.. . . t . . 1 . ! I . it . . t . r . . . 111 ....u..vUi...h ...jiioi. mp made sweet :-"".'" ifmui a sieiguing. coast- 1111 f ministry. ne was the first woman cider, and it is the cider- nu n i.oM-n... u.. lniT ami other incfhAtk if lowmxI. . luinitpr rrla;til v--- t i i sets in. producing alcohol, and all that I fi,"nr, . spent in working for the woman mov, is necessary to convert the cider into an1 ir. "'trpretation of the alove clip- nient. she is dependent more or less o intoxicating liquor is the lapse of a short '? "iat s"thern part of Ver-' charity for her jM-rsona wmforts V , l'VOI,t Is Jtitute of snow, or at least five of the Island of Nantucket she Wa - ... . mo i hi iicinu rjierii rn. i .....V ,iw. -i,, .uii ;.ii V i- " .... uiiimiuii -- ... .......r., ... r.ngiano and su n as a ermont winter nmi.tA..,.. tor a mnnhcr nf v..nr n.i cider, and it is the cider's own ierver--itv inK ami other methods that makes it hard. The mnL-..r ..V su h as a Vermont v i i jor me ract that time passes. I . 1 " snowiess condition in -wassacnuseMs, Connecticut and New J.egal pernussion to make cider, as Mr. S so"theru ermont is in marked con-.Jersey towns. At the same time she at 1 aimer observes, does not require that it ,.rast to t,ic condition which prevails jn'tained a wide reputation as a writer and V, ("oneiiiaieiy wnen made. w,v part oi me state or even"- I ermisSIOIi iniTili llin ; :.. ... i . e ln furtlmr tiM-fl, f....... n future use. It. then, while it is so kept, 1-yre. Here we have been enjoviug it iH'COmes lntoxw-Mliror ,,, ,,.,..,..:. stilen.Ii.l v;If.;l,; .. ... -J.; l..s w;.i. .1 ......... ....... i Kiuu- t - .... iiiMiuii wunout less. With the cnler ..two t.,,....i i i i breL- 'I'h. t. .. i-. . , i. .,. i -i t .... .n-.i ii.uii, -- vu ues nearly a in may keep it. because possession of in- foot deep on the level, and the hich- Hh nmondmont. Ami keeping it. though Southern Vermont seems to be missing the attornev-irenern ..,.t .. some ..f ...i t .""M"f r - ai'i . .-si. - . .'i' .mi aui.tKes oi w inrer tir to have sleighing and coasting and ski ing arid snowshoeing and other pleas- v:iv ji". . ..... .n ' ..... lo ""' tnat he mav drink It. and let hi cn,vt. , , ii. u. 'i snow suoeing and Jt looks verv 1.111..I. .. ; i. , r .1 . . kMn I....I. i Vi. ' .? . "l l- normal winter ;r "'" fj...-i.tn irom legal prohibition, i here will be more f-;,i,.- ,.i.. :.. country hereafter than there has ever I'llOlf. MM 'Illl O lOll.l. ... -r-- mi.v fruit juice of such a peculiar .Vn-' c """'.""T how- many towns in the .ore mat it w,ll insist on turning its ' J - Li "13 1 n. ionowinglaw: sugar into more than one-half of 1 i JPC- ,!K, KoopinR gambling instru Setting an Example. (Newport, Standard.) Todny's Anniversaries. ITCtS Rev. Alexander J. Forsyth, who invented the percussion lock for firearms, born in Scotland. Died there in IKl'l IMS Emperor Alexander granted to Russian peasants the right to cs tablish manufactures. 1S.12 M. D. Iil.nvitz. the famous Faris correspondent The London Times. torn in Pilscn, Austria. Died in Paris, Jan. IS. liK).'?. is;;tv Spain recognized the independence 'i -wesico. 1 Congress voted to admit Iowa into lilt nion nc t in mik ...... 1C.1 T- , V. r 'in Slie. JOOl 1 lilted States irovernmnnf soKar into more than one-half of 1 ner ' V V "i',ling gamDiing instru- -ir 111 ,:vitus government released cent alcohol if the owners innocently let Z A Pr,"n wI, ha or k en'm-, MrT' Mf,m ?nd Sli(,t11- it alone. The orchard and garden are 'T T OWI,pl or wU'iI v him. im- 3S1 reach national assembly neg full of wicked juices, and ferii.ent germs r'm"tS T"' 0tlr tMins US,I for Ram- ?t,vcd a Proiosal for an income augh at human law. The only hopeful I f' n1"1- rnllfs Persons resorting to Uo-o ,ax- T thing about cider, from a prol i I i ion T '""" to ,,so Nurt' iplements or 1S,R 1 ?1P. 1, XIII. issued an ency- eousness in it after all. standpoint, is that it has a gern, of r!gl" ffnlr T l eousness in it after all. Saved too long '"'Prisoned not more than six months it will dent it i,,;.. . . . um.Kt r clss than 10 davs or limvi f turning to Vinegar. iessor oy than .-,00 nor less than iV or both. j ... . .".-uni ail cucv- CUcal condem . , - ft vvuiiuiiniOlll, IM- cialisni and nihilism as fruits of the Reformation. The doings of the family of Vice Ires-ident-elect Cooldige are interesting to the public because the people visualize them as busy with the homely tasks per taining to an ordinary New England home like other w'orkaday mortals, but when a news reporter just made up n story that "father and the boys" were going to wash and wipe the Christmas dinner dishes, it was most emphatically denied by Calvin, jr.. who balked at an pcaring in the news as a dish-washer or wiper. Help the Suffering Children. tt. Albans Messenger.) A Wrrnnnt l.r..n,.U .C.I ,. . I- v , ; .v uioiiui in inc 1'uronean Kc lift Council has been formed with Col xlt " ' nKn,or-V' wf wport. acting as e,,1;.Crt..!I4OVCr .epresent;,tive f . .. i . c' i - ,,c t''V1 's to secure - ' i H One Year Airn Tw1iv Xational Industrial conference reported Not many, oh no i.uf i, ..., -. . -- -, ..... , IM . I. 1 oo often they are "all in t." T. i. specific prominent citizens and officials ?.,! .'"wase in the cost of living in the take a hand at the game. llclV1 y,atos of P" -nt since Julv 1 hese places are ioh..,l! ,.( ...:i i 1014. . . -.jui, young lives are turned int evil paths o examples of their elders thing goes serefte until the vm.., lo.K. Today's Rirthdavs. Joseph M. ISrown, former governor of l- PAtwr tl.r. 4 I. 1 . : I " r ittt .11. MrflUFI TAf Minn . m Riuic. i ne ooioct is to secure me puonc no i up thei r ',..-..; i .i. . son-inor ot inds with whiVl. te. Jl.;. ;L..if.M:,f e hands in holv horror ....I U.. iL ! ..V..ir4 '"'"rcia. lx.rn at Canton. Ja.. C.!l vcnr starving children n Euion- It is evidence of good citizensl.i,, -i.n ' u- t( la-N I herr. .r.nl.1 l.rt .. - ... 'the eiltiimn n It i- ....11.. f.. .1... vii.iv.itn j ii jjuiupr, . ' "".- v.i k''i mzcnsnip wh could be no more worthy object """"iiity calls for the enforceme it great American organizations of sucu cr,,n" suppressing laws. . It seems strange to hear Vermonters leiieitate themselves on the lact that their state has a much longer Canadian boundary than .New Hampshire, until one re.'illly the relation of the tf'nnadiaii border to the eighteenth amendment of the constitution of the United States Springheld Lnion. Such felicitations must have been heard before, so many Massachusetts residents discovered the easy route to Canada was through Vermont. Thrift week is scheduled to begin Jan nary 17, the anniversary of the birth of Renjamin Franklin The first week of the month ought to put us in good shape to begin. thanes Mimner ilird urges us strongly to have faith in New England railroads. We have or we wouldn't be riding on some of them. Reports in the holiday news of home brew explosions and fires by Christmas candles were about equal. ISreathes there a man with heart so hard that no one sent him a Christmas card? It's none too early to be framing un a few good resolutions. The nnmher of hnehelora ot-.r ?", trim go to the altar as bridegrooms is steadily increasing. -L liere c( ae com himvl m tl. nv... .l , . : , -" raise ine funds and to bring liie itself to the suf terinj5 childhood of Europe. The work is v-aiueu on wiinout thought as to creed or race and children in formed enemy coun- 1 1 as nt! t-..: "iison. 1 -resident of the "m"1 stales, u.rn at Staunton, Va , (51 SlUMARINE FOREST. Cast Survey Makes Discovery in Lake Wasliington. When the government shin canal tint connects Purer Kon. ,..:.i. "r . , " ,,.lJ'.at ino was opened the Vm tf the lZ f ft.l eJ. Says a contributor the , VltfS C,oast anJ Geodetic Survey 1 severed a submarine forest. The tops the submerged trees were so close to he surtace that they were a menace to navigation L nder-watcr login opera starred.0 C,Cai' the hlkc We7e tbc - It is thought that the forest is preliis- rS Cr'T-na"t bf one.t'-t Riew in the Lake Washington area in the days when t whs dry land; n that gieat landslide, n remote ages earned the trees into the I c K , The trees were without branches and Stood vertical, or norj-l.. 41 . , ' . r . . , iiii were sem.petrihed. The longest trunk removed ii ieei o inches. I be top, 10 incite- thick, rose to within four feet of the surface of the lake. The butt was 5 feet C inches m diameter, and the roots, irmly embedded in the bottom of the lake, had a 20-foot spread. It was found l..w0 feet from the shore. t Vff '-e ,H,lt,1 end of Mercer island, in Jjike iishllin'ton nnatli. n h.,,,rl-A.l - were destroyed. The clean-up eave a count of more than a hundred trunks dur "iir the til .st three months of 19.0, off Manitou point. The largest trunk in that area stood m 121 feet of water, 1.100 feet front shore. The tree was 111 feet long, with a five inch ton and i three-foot butt. l outh's Companion. years ago todav. St. John Krvin T..;tl. i , . , . " ....... v 1 1 srnc and I .."...v. . Kit a. ui v.u. . autlmr whorecently visited America, boru ' in Relfast. 37 years ago today. ' j X horseball-shot. ice cold, red hot, l-Vn.k I ti-:tir . e I View thre- tin. l.vl-t,r... f .).... A Vermont Sleich.' Our Portland sleigh will always stay Inside mv mind nml limlv There wasn't nothing in, or on. Or 'bout it. cheap or shoddy : The steel and wood and tilnsh good. . . . . The plant and varnish KnJen.i;,l AW never had it, overhauled, . uryuockcii, laid up or mended. The length and height and, "build"' was riirht. And all the iron brnee Except the A". confined" themselves Jo internostal snnrw Th fill was line and every, Mim AVas lorn and raised in beauty: To nderrate that sleigh. Iiv George! .ouui oe a oreacn ot duty Ernnk I! IV'.Mi:.. . 1 Flew threw the liole-nrnoF ln.lr.r ! .ins, loruier irovernor an.lt..-. . . . . .... r- . r- . , wii'cn curve exactly Iiko the iv-ieL- Ohio, born at Winter. fXew York Herald.) "lt "i loimeu enemy coun- , me aim.mac savs. winter frank j;. Willis forn nes are to be fed along with the rest, '""Kins. The householder, looking at the 1 now senatoi-olwt "from t;a3L: v. . ...... V..;. ' 1,Klu.uJ""'.,na-v 'an. toward i,sL enter. Ohio. 4! years ago todav. ;a , ; . ....V1V-. miaous mai mere ...v.x ,,,.,1 season lias been on1 Rear dmirl i r- r, IS no defimto minti (. i- i t. fr... ., ,...i. i. .. . .. . '" "lal iiiuiirai l.enton C. Decker I K V'eVVMn Hoover hat pp e .rto,l 'last "nigh . "Jiti" T'Z 1" whose heartstrings are touched by the set Christmas, winter and a coll for in S m I S " at-Ll,na X' Y- thought ot l.tt e children wasting away eome taxes all within a fortnight 'r in:,' K 5 ars dS to,lal vo i. fir Kraves oecause ot lack ot nourish- 1 he .New Yorker should contemplate jnent will make their donations, small or winter with confidence and gratitude large ,n accordance with their mean,. It may be an easy w inter. And he S 'it It is the Christmas period of the year, be in a worse place for it A-inter"i. C hristmas IS. in m.inv- .on.o ih. l.l.M .,- I.-n-tn.l . . V !"' r c .. , , , ."v- ..j in m niiiRvs men JUlll to drink- nn.l. for the children. 1 et over in Europe long for Italy. AVinter in iluffalo is' here are millions of little children to better than winter i Siberia-a liule ! V10n' c- 'r.stmas this year wfll be a day AVinter in Havana gives the NorthirnnJ of suffering just like all other days until that yawnv feeling AVinter n White the next harvest unless the American RW Junction or Modi" , o Ilat is-' people come to the rescue by furnishing winter food. , M.t .1 ... . . I Tt ;t. .t i i .i t . i i , -'."-v. in.-ii uri'Hd wmier mid when it c . ij r.- " " pi eixy r ira .neacnam It is not a xileasant thought that while comes, enjoy it. The ladies p Nitidday aftirnoon me and Leroy Shoos-' A-took me to the lenp-vear ball Our VOlinftstera nvnp hnro aro unuit.nnr tho . , .. "ims, r are ter and SL-it.r... .VI.....: - . -i .... i. . ft.;to f -i .1 i ... ,-.. " .''. . nave me same nne line.m- 1, . j - ' ui?im; my .ii uvmirn n nail ill I t'HCUBIU . UiJr Peit)'' that e'r l'ttle- -m' OPrn for a11 masons. Thev live bv nfe - f.T ?Hd -Nota stu,ck ,,er hed out the St.- might have chose a dozen beau. theLr hi irP are ""nly not enjong not bv the thermometer 5 fe imtxt- door f-vjn Uenny. dont you be P.ut not a smarter cutter tSl'! rm"V.b" : ' ttrJlJ? .8..?r yoU To.W,rt a girl. I've heard your team Little Benny's Note Bool By LEE TAPE. Of t-r-tsillector Tii One bnffalo. I'd have you know. AA'ith red and sctroMsl trimmin. AVas pit you needed. 'less it snowed. Or "less you took the wimmcn. N looking class, or polished brass, Untouched by taint or tarnish. Could mirror everything on earth As did that cutter's varnish : The lights, they raced, the shadders chased Tn strange, fantastic mixtures AM 'round and over Madam Sleigh," Like cowboys at the "pictures." Jil used that sleigh one nieht nml dav. wnen pretty t hra .Mcacham the bare means of existence. t Rebuilding the V. X. CJ. - v- iiiiniivaii 1 1 . v" j nar iirjuiiuuiTii iai it . j 1 III PS ) !P,d.?,n.tributel t tl,is- f.liat and,.th-? uihlin2 up of the Vermont Vatinnnl toer Xning until it seems tnat uie limn liard is not progressing at a rapid rate had been rencliod 1 ct th inifviran non- .1... . ..". ,al"u i.iu. ift-i 110m me, do you understand? I n.i Rne fttiit-L- iva hA.i 1, ..1. 1 Jipnv S.li..r. .- ...1 rt .1. . ' 1 1 .' uo u" anow your rn seat-back curve. or viA.h. 10 ooss you, noiey smoaks. vwerre Jimminv Krissmaa Id nnvn- olU t t , . , i- r 1 ;; '." UU1 ininn was paraoouc; i 1 sed vS'x imC- SC(1.Sk,inny M-rtm, and It set so soft you wouldn't move Most be a trifle utter. curve, bend or i . . , , 1 . ""v .nuiLai.v iiavor naving lost some of ita Pie are not com to deny relief to stnrv- ,,.,.,1;... r iu. "u.",e 01 lis in, children Wn- they can ive this re- in the Woill war & SS? y kepp her "hd I "sa" th'.' elgh's red hef without themselves be.n? put to when the young men of the state ston' Ul a minn,t ,ot,?cr ld oi tol1 Or brown . or creen or veller any substantial discomfort. A errnonters to 0OnSider that a militarV organist on f f.fth'"PtaH ite, thats wy she dident I'll 'o ve "m, to any girl - ' " aro not of the stamp to deny the apneal ;H npoesarv in iho woll.Ki l uL kee1 -t out there. xm "1 . L-..i " . V it "s thev f . "yo-oeinif or me siate, Av ,1,. ,. iv,w t I any gin and teller. ... - ....... ......... . -- ii ii.,. stmc is not to go backward and n r . w-iwie umi, DVNTFr, T. p,nv may be kent alive. Surely A ermont will to shirk itg share of Stina, ' "'V like fun, enybody can see she bosses you, UA'MLL Ji' CADY not fail to respond to this worthy cause. b,ity. they no doubt will rally around do "0.u xPect us to beleeve that? they w-d,1 T," . ... " ' I the nucleus of th rnLV; ' i..-!'J2u?I al " sed. Well do you want to see me . If 1 " earth is coverel with snow, car ,i.i;i,.i t,,. i . . , . sa-ss her. eome on hack with ,.. n..,t tii rier pigeons will make onlv short flight j-. , . .. . tuu i leeve von s..e nip Mur . --. The Call for Increased Snlaries. (Newport Standard.) -- i". -"f mivr.i Northneld to revive t'e old Company ar- indieatio.iK that the young men ' are , A .1 'ent. in and started to wank - - , Tx . taking home this feeling of responsibil- lfik J the kitchin. Skinny and Leroy, fjUre Oi LIie'Hair r ...:i 4. n.;. .t tollowmar me. and Nora was K-eer.m.r . tjm. miy jljiuai. . A.'iz . t , -., lai"1 lndieationn that tlie young men are i , . A ermont finances look good with the tn,.- . m ... fny,J"e t" hack k'T. ,,.l,t tnla""l'a. lity. It eoes without saying that there ?UoT-,n-st me '? ora . was sweeping budget and repeated calls for more money Ziv in Pirre"8 the diniT dollar surplus look like thirty cents. The : . . ... F. f ,, .'" tramnine' l!t!!roddrs, lrWiK. ' -irited enough to fnrnish7 fnl, compa u- - t .1 . i oi peace-time itrcr.citi at least With Jl mt.nti.ril hnilitnf r.f tviior coron i u ,v....-v. million lollars. . Now comes the call for increased sal aries of state officers and judges, which h.ft tlVS' I Ller lrr' ' A New ' York woman says : "I have wat do you meen by bringing Vhern boVs used Parisian Sale only twowekVh.r r tramping throo my eleen house ? . . ' nd 1 lT" wodef uU vn, W noys. war House, wats tne matterT beautv seems much I sed Reing pritty .good sass, and Nora tire"v free dandruff :-d. AVho you tawkimr back to? Get out Uu .!TS. .5:e.,.l?nf r?E my hair has wonderfully increased in Heavier, and in en- -d . w,.o v saw jffi'j Ji A"e aint in there yet, how can we get j Boils Over. ' t-Manciiestei I nion.) e aint in there yet, how can we get 'ZTTT' " in increase expenditures and add to the its all very well to let the Russian out before were m? I sed. Being swell jo cure a torn in one Uay already mounting tax rate. The present stew in their own juice, bnt the darned sass, and Nora Red. If I get hold of you Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO time with falling prices docs not seem a juice has an unpleasant wnyftuTiuing 111 show you how. "'And she started' to QUININB .tablets. T rennine bears 'proper time to increase salaries and state i.ut of the Russinn pot, , : i run' :;i,t tUTwTlli the broom ami we ran the aigimturot'of KTWt Oovf. T.Oe s it!