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lilW J51JKL1NGTON KKEE PRttSS : THURSDAY, MARCH 2W, 1306.
14 SNOW CHECKS IT Makes Distribution of Spring Merchandise Wait for Trade in Winter Goods. MANUFACTURING ACTIVITY Koine .11111k Cannot t "nilerlnke Not lie litrrirs before. J0(I7 ltiillillng II" lerlnls Continue M ron; Cnni iii (Hilly Prices Arc Mlghtly lllslicr Till- Week. GET RIDJFJHE GAS IT IS A DISTRESSING SYMPTOM OF INDIGESTION. Dr. .-It. G. Dun .vV tnirlo to-morrow New Yotk, March -' Vo.'s weekly levlcvv of Mil my: Ttctnil tllslrlbutloii of spring nirrohan Also has recoheel ;i i heck because of tlio lioavy snowfall and sevi ic storms In man y t.retlons of tin' country 1ml some oflsot is nolo. I m linpnry for winter goods anil I here no Interruption to Ihe activity Bf spring departments. Matiufiiotuilni; plants' operate clne In maximum rapacity In the leading industries arid ni.niv nulls tunnot undertake, dolivoiios hei'eirc Urn". Mercantile- eeilloolions nro also mure prompt. Commodity piio .ire shghtl.v higher, on the whole n ml building ma terial continues vety strong. 1! illioail earnings for March llius l.ir surpass 1. ft car's by 3.1 per c lit one of the host features of the Iron nnd tleel Industry Is the steady eloin.inil for MCel lulls which continues to average uliont lon.'i'ei tons weekly despite tho fact Hint Fcvial proinintMit ni'lls announce that lliev ran make no moro deliveries this yrar. No deiToaso Is linlcel fn the activity of textile mills desplle the ii regularity that is noted In primary ninikets. A s-ninnwhut better (one in the hide mar ket was tho lc-ntlt of last week's activity In leathei. l.occnt heavy transactions in leather improved Hie tone nf the market mid tanners ask ahonl a rent per pound more than Ihev would have no. epted few weeks ncu hut the voliinin of business lias rpileti d down. Failures llu.s wick iiinnhcied 211 in the 1 nited states, against 2.V. last jonr. INTERRUPTED BUILDING. ItrnilslrreCs l lniU Mono Unit t'lifntnr- nhlr lllTrel ltnllmiv Cuming Hlg. New York, March 'j; - Ilrad-lreel's ' (morrow will say. Hiishies.i feels Hie effc. (s of continued Winter weather heavy enow falls anil freezing temperatures which have hint early fiuits and liuek intcrcls. tot, mini retail Hade and affected jobbing il pud shipments. lUuldlug has Ihcii inter rupted but the winter whial nop has tieen put be.vond h.irm by the heaviest bnowf.ill in tears at Ibis period. l"n- rortaiulv as to Ihe coal strike mdui hesitancy in some line" of industry, but lias immensely sllmulated coal and cok J'lcr Iron is dull, but stiel rails sabs are numerous and iniiiieiiM' expenditures tor railway building wist and northwest an projected. P.ailwny earnings are really niagiiitiieeiit and the ratio of gross rc- remts curled over to net hat. never be foro been i quailed. Additional inteiestinc f atuiis ale tho numerous reports of wage advances mad In several inilusliial lines the growth of the feeling lli.it a general coal -tiil.e will now occur the sticngthi nun; of pi h i s of Je.iduiK staphs Hii i as grain and intioi Ihi! increasing' sales of bather to Hit fchoe ma nu fuc tutors iideaitng coverin fifialnst fall sale.- 'f '-hoi s and the I'ltm Snatlon of some spot- iu x..rr and oiher varieties of manufae Until cottrn. lius'i Williams' Pink Pills Strengthen tho Stomach and Enable It to Do Its Work. When tho stohinoh is feeble the food lies in it iinilifftiritcil, decays ami throws off poisonous fiasoa that distend thu walls of the stomach, and ratikes intor forenco with other ormuis, especially with the action of the heart and lungs. These ku!s Imvo other ill effects, They tiro absorbed by thu blood and corrupt it and so cnUfo aches in remote, pints of tho body and the formation of unhealthy tissue, cvorywhcie. General bodily weHltiiess mid loss of weight result. Tito liervo and tho brain nro disturbed and (li.scomfortR such as dizziness, hot flashes, sloeplnsf noss, irritnblencss nnd despondency origiimto from this source. Kxpcrienco fhows that these troubles vanish just as soon as tho stomach is made strong enough to digest tho food. In other words, it needs a tonio that will rouse it to do tho work of ohauging the food into nourishment. Tho tonio used ought to be ono that will agree with tho most dulicato stomach. Miss Minerva. O. Ladd, of Ipswich, Mass., Bays' "I had a weak btomtteii from tho timo I was a littlo child. Whenever I took hearty food it would cause terrible laiu.tness, ana I would finally vomit what I had tntcn. A.t times there would bo the most intense pains tnvotigii mo upper part or my body, f or days iu succession, T would lmve to lio down most of the time. Tho distress whs often so great that I could hardly bear it, nnd the frequent and violent belching spells were vciy lisagrceable, too. Mr doctor V medicines gave me little relief and it was not until I tvied Ur Williams' Pink Pills that I found n rut Within three weeks a decided improve ment was noticeable. Tho belchim: spells wore les- frequent, tho pain, throitch niv body wete not so intense mv fond was retained and after takinii tho pills for a few weeks longer I found that I was altogether free from the miseries I had so long suffered." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by nl! druggists or will bo sent by mail on re ccipt of price, 50 cents per box, mx bov for SJ.oO. livery dyspeptic slioultl reiv What to Eat and How ioEat." Writi tho Dr. WilliumsMedicinoCo., Schouoo ttidy, N. Y,, for a copy. Rr.henrk'S M- I Mandrake 0..le . V Handed Down From Father to Son. In tboti'ands of families, nil over the land, Schenck's Man di n kc Pills have, through three neneratioiis, niven proof of. n t onlr their earn tio pi ipeiti-s, but ulso their Purity und Sat- 'SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS arc a Positive Cura for Jltliousness, i,ier Cone plaint, Conatinutioii, Iiidi Resuon, hlcn iicaeiacne, Jaundice, iienrtmirn, fiat- uiencyanu .laiaria. incy Liven the Liver." Dr. J. 11. SCHENCK & SON. NEW YORK FASHION LETTER, Aon .Hprlim Cn(n n Tuple of Feminine i'nnTiTsntloii A Mutter of Meiers A I'rrlly l.ltllr lltoo- New York, March What shall T get for a new sprinu cnal7 Usually this Is the fli si uillclo butight In replenished tho spilng wardrobe; and It beeomes an Im portant question to tho woman who Is compelled to consider a thin puito. A Ki eat deal of money moos Into a coat, nnd if limited to hut one, that ono must ls en tub materltil, color and style that II will erve many purposes, n musi oe nm nouRh to wear with the silk duss on ool da.n In sumnieri It must bo servire- ible enongh for bard usa;e also; n musi be of a color that will po with nil ono skills and light summer drosses; and the se must not onlv conform to these ple ading but suit the liguie.-lhree lounis- iles now n days found In the same ro.u. The cloths Psed for these jackets are i.inv but eovcit, which should be ot an eellcnt mialily to be stylish, broadcloth mil all the ll i-m Mnunthtaeed cloths, aim Iks an) the, favorites, ulthough a num ber of lough-faeeil cloths such n screes mo shown, but feir an "all-service" cei.it Ik or bioadcloth is preferable. 111. ick is the tniifl serviceable color, but iflir t he black and H'avy jaekel of tin waller many women will choose a mooe I in. which nest lo black, are tho two nst nseiul shades. has been already stated In previous lif.as (lie eton will l'ign nipieni.- nui 1 "1'onj" Jacket is a close second. Now . i.my will follow the vogues oi having li 'T -Meet eomnic made with an eton, ll.- "'pnuito iael'et would lietter be madi i he shell loose bot-coai stvlo known - lac Pony" coal. A small oMiinpIe f ll. e hitter mono was made of a coveit 'nth In trim metal grey, u favorite colon Ins spilug, topped with a deep fancy illav and levciscd cults tluish tlio short ness failures for the weik liuiiibi r 1 against. 1 S7 ta.-t week, at Iu the like m of r-e-,, Ki in 1:101, it,"i m i:v. and 1M irn'.'. 'Ihe Ilrcnlb of 1,1 fr. It's n slgnilleant facl that Hie stron est animal oi its size, the gorilla, al bas the largest lungs Powerful hint: means poweriui creatures. How to kei j the breathing organs right should b man's eliiefest study. Like thousand of iiibeis. Mrs. Ora A. Stiphens. of I'ei Williams, e., lias learned how to do thN She wi lies' ' I hree Dottles of ! King's New IMseovcty Mopped cough of two vc.irs and ( ured i,k what my friends thought consumpti O, It's grand tor throat and lung in bl( " (luaranteod liy .1. V. OKnllh. druggist. Pi Ice Tate and $1.00 Trial b tlu fret. All druggists. WOOD ALCOHOL CASES. Mil eli I", Willie- deuce 4.leu ngniiist Alition Ills Hull Increased Oilier Court llllshiesH, St. .Mbaii". Match '!'.' A large n her of important witnesses gave d.n aging testimony ngaln.-t the re-po dent to-dav In the case of Slate Almou While i barged with selling i to. aling iKitiop in the Itiihlord wn abobol eases. The Icstimonv of t Stite t(iided lo show purchases fn the ri spondeni ing what was or spiiifj. Tb hi Ihe mn tier of sleeves the tailors tell i. Hint all coat sleeves should have a lifreuing at the top, with nifties or capos eif silk or crlncllne laid in between the lining and the top. The sleove-s of the ecrl in.it have long sleeves and, to no eoniple uly sal Isfnetoi y should be full enough so Ihe blouse sb eves beneath will ma be crushed, wlillei Instead of straps, ihe scain ale decorated with soutache In ael, a few are double stitched. 1'nr the suit with a long skirt, the red Ingolc is the inercrrid style but for the morning suit and tho short skirt and hip length, seml-Htllng coat is the more popu lar mode. At a locent exhibition a number of black tons weie shown, ThN model has hold its own as has no other design, and if in etra illesey little i oat can be afford d. a black silk eton Is a good investment i- it may lie worn on almost all occasions nl with all co-tiunes. giving just lh.it in b of in ing "dressed up." picity little cum of this description iv made of bin' k silk louisine of a heavy luahty. tiiiniucd with black soutache i ml. It was a close-tilting modi 1 laid i thieo side tucks I I'uiii shoulder lo w.ost. . k and fiont. The "set-m vest of em dcicd white silk dei mated with small, ' b' soulaehe bullous, and black sou lie braid outlined the outer edge of tie .it. Tlie puff shoves weie drawn m al i 11, ow by means of lucks nndci a i d of white silk and braid. Per wot !i the lafhiiinal.il' while and black, .n: and black silks In pin stupes an.. ,o checks, these dials aie vol y (I . i live. Another version of the eton was of hl.i ' ttteta vvlib h was a eoelt fieini liav fiillneis at the vvaisl shaped by a P. , I and wis pi.,vnlcil with two si i ii.n and i liiT piei c. one vol ,n h1 (i .i' 'e I in white lingci le i. e i.f t . in w leataie- nf the s,. fashions is the combining of Jackets and sklrtit of dllteront color and texture for street suits, and soinu stunning erred nro acomp.uilcd by this method These Milts are by no means picked up hcie and there, but they come ns suit pieces nnd harmonize lo a nicety both in colors and pattern. A chic Milt of this order hud Hi. skill tnado of giey plaid Willi an ove i plaid of tan In a ihroc-piece skill, fion' rind sides In one plere nnd a straight gored back, while the close-fitting otoe which had a decided has(Uu-llke front was of tan covet I cloth. A second model was developed in gie.v and blue plaid mohair, showing a touch ot red by a ilfteen goied Princess modi 1 small Utile eloii of dark blue talleta had a vest and lolled collar of red cloth and was decorated on each side of tin vest with Ihree upplleiue ornaments of blue silk nmtache Tho fulness of the waist was drawn lull, tiny tucks ns was also the bottom of tin purr sleeves or the waist under a silk cuff fieini which ci tended at the elbow a plaited full. Illacl; broadcloth was used for a soc nnd clou kukel made on the plainest lines and trimmed in blade soulaehe. 1' was worn with a skirl having a luthci largo giey and black check with an ovei check of white made uftcr one of the new circular models. t.ater on In the season there will be numbers of nrctty Utile etons and boletos In linen decorated 1" eyelet embroidery Into and ll." new shadow einliroidiiy "I'ony" jai kels of mohair, pongee, and silk "minned" and long driving coats of the same iu.jtcii.ils. A very sei v Iceablo enat for diivlng, an (ennobling and indeed lor evening wear was of silk lublin in pearl Krev. It hung hi Khiplro hues from Ihe yoke-bolero, had a fold about the bottom, side poikcts, a draped hood, and big pulfed sleeves with reversed cuffs. The raw cupo.j n kels, leally a new ver sion of the boleio, ptomisos to be very popular tins season. Those may be ot the same mati '. 1 1 1 as the skill, but aie most effictiv. made ot silk and worn witli separate sk il. Hue model was of giev checked tail, ta, made with the new pointed glidlo pi "lions' skin. The laps had a loose body Mere, laid in tucks over llio shouldois, a plain sill; collar with fancy tutu-over points fiuniing a V neck, and levers ol fac y matciial. Tlio tucked sleeves weie prui.tlc.illy laige capes over tho aims to the elbow homo the name. Another mode ol development was shown whom the boleio limits and back falls from a mend bee voko with tab front and cape sleeve'.-. The skl't wa.s made from grey novel! : suiting, and tho capo fioin black pongee and lace. Many llltle liei in s will be wotn, made of cloth, silk, chiffon and laie, handy lit tle arfaiis that give Just the light amount of warmth for f immor evenings. Women who go in for golf, cricket, ten nis and all out.eli.nr sporls will be charm ed with a new model in tho shirt-waist line, it ii ealbd Ihe Kngllsh blouse "skirl. ' it is a plain skill cut all exactly the same lines :i a man's negligi e shirt. with a st i, light -leive and a turned ovei iiill.ir. The skin iv fastened with a elite t.ocket ovei He lift bieast, and hangs straight from tin shouhleis and without waist g.uteis. Tiio-c blouse skins aie lust the tiling foi business women, and with a mohair -km, made iu madias vviinli silk in Mtnpis, hair lines or lino hooks the host ol style. Hs Irimness. its -( nsihle medium si.ed sleeves made it lust tlie thing lor tho tailoicd suit. Uno of its nttrai note is the attached collai i ointort in siiinii r. Wraps run to the Knipne and direclotro styles. A long n.d vei y full wrap was developed limn iceii cloth. Thcie were live three-in. h Iteks at the foot; the top i' green elc lormeil a slioit walsted oat anil tunics ot eh lion were sot down ii. mi. iiiiilier at these long wiaps i 1 1 j . trom "P nne do Monsit ur ' . , eddish purple with a touch eif blue a in.it. :i, il was of broadcloth, vviul Most Housekeepers Use A Glenwood You would if you knew about it "iakes Cooking Easy Esi. of PETER DEVEKfcUA, BURLINGTON Your oTcl ranrrc taken fn exchange the decorations were ot soutache in the same color and the lmirg was eif light blue soutache. Slleh coats ale tathrr too heavy summer wear, and all Ihe new silk linens, some of the bolter class mereei Izcd goods and lighter 0101111 will be extensive- ! ly used. The trimmings will bo pioftise or extremely simple iiccoidlng to tlie ue to be made of the wrap. A happy medium , Is tlie hotter plan If one lias but one wrap and wishes It lo do much seivico. Pci haps no material or color Is so nsctiil as 1 ho black sill: winp wneu 11 pi.mm in. 11b) may b used for nil sorts of aff 111 s; j and Willi tlie addition of laces and oilier . aieessotles such as fancy collais, etc., it ruav be made elaborate enough for dtessj fnnctioiis. Tlieic is a now and st.vlish raincoat from 1 now Krencli model made f 10111 "PI11- Vi lie" The rronts form a wide panel ef fect graduating from the shoiildeis to the bottom of the coat. The skirts aie slight ly gallieiod and applied lo tho body part it the sides and baek whole. 1111 apparent continuation of the front gr.ulu.itos lo the waist-line. A slightly draped cirdli corneals the joining ot body and sunt at Ihe sides. A shawl lull falls over I ho top of the sleeves which aie completed with wide cuffs. eATIlUm.ST. MANN-PA Y.A.ST. of to beverag( s e onlal be believed aleol ross-examlnation n CERESOTA FLOUR tlie part ot tlie 1 espoudeni was malnlv in tiyilig to get the witnesses to ad mlt that they could not positive I swear as to just what they had boiiglu whether it was one kind ot spirits 1, another, or what the per cent, of al eoliol was. At tlie mid-day iceess tlio Stn moved that tlie respondent's bail 1.. riised from S'ojo 10 JL'.non, and Judg. Munson so ordered it, the bail bi in, l'lirnishid bv Mr. Carpenter, .already 01, his bond. The testimony of the vnilou wit i'-'-s's was much alike, of going to tie store of the Whites find invarlaldv ailing for "MonIo" and Ik ing furnisi id with a drink containing part Moxi .'Mill part wliile lieiuid, the comhina tlo 1 having- i ' . i t a "kli k" to it. Ot In r ailed for "jig" or "camphor." son.. bv the drink, others ee.tting it bv ti.. otile. but all testifying that it wa jmnlatinc with the effect of. I11I0M ating if m or. The Slate lested its case --hortly aft four o'clock and Judge Munson oxeu. the jury until eight o'clock Haluio.i morning, when the defence will be b mm. During the forenoon Harmon A. Il 1 of lletksblre appeared In eouit, plcade, gtllltv to a charge of Intoxication at Slid don In September last, and paid a tin. of j and costs. John hagrango of notch or also appeared and pleaded gmll- to an information charging him wltu living uniler a forbidde n marriage re la tion, that is, that he married uRaln with in Ihree years after divorce from Ids llrsi wife. Decision deterred. Judge Munson excused tor tho balanced of thee term all tho jury men excepting the panel now sitting and (iuorgo Picl.l of llakersrie Id. who is retained In casi a new jury shoulil bo reipilred, 1 1 was announced that mint business would taken up at nine o'clock on Tuesdav nioriuns. REMARKABLE EXPERIMENTS AND STUDIES ON THE STOMACH. How To Eat Projioi-ly. What kind of a L: ; Dai Iy Newspaper Do you want in Your Family ? FORESTS ON THE NATIONAL RESERVES. IIiivt the (internment Is Ursliirlng lle noeleil Mountains mid I' tipmilncl 1 1 o AYllslcs lei Sce'liro TIllltuT reips nnd In IIiiNbanel Wielcr iippl.t. I'liiest planting esi tlie national finest le.-e-rve'.s lias ganii'd far vvnbr a wholly new new importance administration of the lese-rves the si'erelaty of agricultuic, a. w ope ,11 .1 SI1K e; the jiasscd to year ago. bv nn Not lone :igri Horace Fletcher pub lished a book- called "The A. I!, ., ot Our Own Nutrition," in which lb1 advocated, "Do rlRht tin- foeilitiK of your body; Nature will do all I he rest for you aright." After a dozen year- of uninter rupted ("cperlments upon himself and uiion ilngs. cats and other animals. Mr. Horace Fletcher concliulcj that the aver age human being eats three times as much as Is eiod for him ; that by eating only onn-thlrd as much and masticating it even more thorniifrhly than by Glad stnim's famous thirtv-twu bites Of each 1 person Is assured 01 untuning mouthful loeiltb 'stroiiTth com out men I. and lon- .Tooitv 1 To 1 ivnr.l hn will ha v 11 nnlhil- 1 .lelTerson Meelii.ii College .itesi tiio chie-.f i-aiisnof all dlscain inill- I phia. a m'(rninl authnrll VAI.KNTI.NF. tal effect which alcohol would pive, Po Pr. Pierce nut m what lie called Dr. Pierce's tloldeii Medical Discovery, one of tho principal ingredient, (iolden Seal root.wiKReM.ng 'In' name. This pn'nara tion is of pleasant taste, agrees iierfectly wilh rebellious and sensitive stomachs, and has sold nunc largely iu the past third of h century than any other medi cine put up for like purpose's. The test of the merit of :i compound Is its lasting qualities, Medicine' that depend upon the alcohol contiined In themi for their popularity hay net or remained long in favor. Dr. Robert" lbirtholow. Professor in ol I'hlladei- 1111 MutcrUi gestion. .Mr. Fletcher conducted experi- MeiWu iinei Tluni pcm.es. sav 01 ny ments at Yale and Cambridge Universe- ilraslls (Uolden seal rooli: "ery use ties, and made tests under the auspices ful as a eiomaihe' tonic .stomach tonic) of tho United States Army. As n result. and In atonic d 'pepsi.i. ( nres gastric of his etnerlments he advocates Unit I catarrh icatarrh of stomach) and head- people should ignore false appetite and ; aches aeeoinpanv inu s.uiii'. 1 outip.i wait for a return of normal sppetite, STANDARD op EXCELLENCE NORTHERN SUPPLY CO. MILLERS' AGENTS, BUflMNGTON, VT. I.Odk Ulstaut'fi Telephone BIB. "CERESOTA" STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. An lotin llliilsler Iteoeives l''(nl Shocl, While Prenrlilng-. ("arson, la., March SB. AVhlln preneh ing to his congirgatlon to-elay the P.ev, ,1. 1! t.entx, pastor of u laitt.- Day Saints hurch, was struck !' lightning, which caused his death with in an hour. Tin- bolt descended din ing a hard thunder itortu and w .. communicated In the preacher by a (bandolier hanging directly above hi I cael The shock threw him to tin Hour in un unconscious state while many persons In the niidlenco we 11 stunned. After nearly every one had Ib-d fiom tho building, l.entz was cur rlrel out but failed to regain conscious ness, Tho church took lire but tin flames were soon extinguished. Benjamin S. Paikcr, the well-known In diana writer, has just published another book of poems, which are said to bo oven better than those contained In "Tho Cabin in the Cleurlng," To feel strong, have good appetite and ellgehllon, sleep soundly and enjoy I fe use Murdoch- lllood Killers, liu giciit sjaiciu tonic and builder. which i indicated by a desire for some particular simple food, accompanied by a watering of the mouth all 01 which is good advice, but a great many Ameri cans, both men and women, are thin, pnlo and pun)", with poor circulation, because they have already ill-treated their stom achs by hasty eating or too much eating, by consumins alcoholic, beverages, or by too close confinement to home, office or factorv. and In consequence tho stomach must bo treated in a nntural way before they can rectify their earlier mistakes. The muscles in many such people, in every weary, thin and thin-blooded per son, do their work with great dlthV.nlty. As a result fatiguo comes early, I' ex treme and lasts ioug. The demand for nutritive aid is ahead of thu supply. To insure perfect health every tUsne, bone, nerve, tendon or muscle should take from the blood certain materials and letnrn to it certain others. It is neces sary to prepare the stomach for the work of takins up from the food what is necessary to make good, rich, red blood. We must (ro 10 Nature for tho remeely, which shall be simple but effective. There were certain roots known to tho Indians of this country heifnrn the advent of tho white which later came to tho knowledge of the settler and which are now growing rapidly in professional favor feir the cure of obstlnitPi stomach and liver trouble. Those are found to be safe and yet rertiiln in their cleansing and Invigorating effect upon the stomach and blood. Tln'maio. Uolden Seal loot. Queen's root, Ktuiic root, Itloodront, Mandrake rool, Then there is Hlaek Uhorrybark. The medicinal principles molding in these native roots wlien extracted with glycerine ns a solvent, makes the most lellahle and elllcleut stomach tonic and liver Invigorator. Where thero U bankrupt vitality such as exhaustion, had nutrition -and thin blood the body aciiulres vigor and tho nerves, blood and all the tissues feel tlie favorable effect. Although some physicians were aware nf the high meellclnal value of the above mentioned plants, yet few have used pure glycerine In combination, or as a olvent, and usually tho doctors' prescriptions called for tho Ingredients In varying amounts, telti nU'iilml, Nearly forty vears ago, Dr. IMerce found that chemically pure glycerine, of proper strength, was best for extracting the medicinal properties from thesn roots and that It gave added value to a tonic ,.,.m.w,,.na (.. vn,..vi..,. ..., .,.,,1 ui. ,n I (Mil ),OII 11. ( 10 I e- ( 01 t i.iiin llllll , 1 K''( '"J ' di.. ...n ' o ,Toi ( the butlru system without the dutrimen-1 liver, stomach and boweli. tion, dependent upon dilliTont ilehcleiit secretion-, with n.ird i'wl tlrv stouN, may be overcome bv the ler.iedy. fhronlc catarrh of the interlines. iven if it bus proceeded to ulceration, is remark ably benefited bv Ilvdrastis It may bo given as a remedy for inteimittent. chronic and malarial poisoning, and enlarged spleen of malarial origin, It diminishes mucous in catarrh of the bladder." From "fl-fin M 'dUlnt"." by drover Toe, M. D., of Ne-w York, we extract tho following: "H.lra!ls '("lolden Seal root) , exercises an especial influence over mu I cons surfaces. I 'pirn the liver It acts with i'(ii!il certa.niv and eflleacy. .s a 1 eholagogiif diver .iivgoraton. it has few equals. In effect ion of the spleen, and abdominal visCua generally, it K an etlicient and id able remedy. Al-ei in scrofula, elai.d'i' ir diseases gepi rally, cutaiu'oiis enipt'oiis. indigestion, de bllilv, difiii-lieea anil dy-enii'ry. e-emstlpa-tion." pile, und all morbid and critical ellsi'hnrire- ' The "lioulen M.ciiical Discover:," not only produces all the goisl edl'ects to bo obtained from 'he ii'o m lnuucn r-en root, in all stotmvh. H t and bowel troubles, as n dv pepsl.i. tilllouspe'.s, con silie.tlon iiieorctliin of stomach ami bowels and kindred ailments, but the Golden Seal root n-ed m us compnuniMug Is creatlv erh.in. e.l In ll" "pratlve action bv Ho. niinir iivrcd'cnts nieiitliiici ftlmvo. F.ti'h nf Its lni'reell"iils has the endoiserneur. nf 'hose medical writer and leacheu' nvt eminent In their pro fnif.lon little bonk en" evtiact- treating of nil the ccvnr.ni hn. n dients entering into Dr, lMerce's meilicim-. being extracts from stnndard medical works, of the elltteriuit Schoeils (d pn.ct'ce. will to mulled fire lo anj one nsiiini', ibv posinl cud or letter), lor th" same, addressed to Doctor H. . IMerce. ltutlalo. N'. giving the writer' t full post onice address, pfeiJnfiy written. ,, In rnsps of chronic ailments, attended by marked, or persistent, constipation, Dr I'lerce's Pleasant I'ellets should be taken conjointly with the life of the "Golden Medical Discovery." to regulate tho bowels. They act in harmony with the " Discovery." and will be found to be a mont valuable laxative, or. In fuller doses a cleansing cathartic. Vodophyllln. the uctlvo medicinal prin ciple of Mandrake root, enten largclj into the e'.omposillon of the little siprar ponted "I'ellets." Ill fact Is one of their chief InrrredlHiiis. They regllUlo Ul Tills woik now lorms a le-aelmg put of the activity of the forest se-rvb-e and gives gnat promise for the Inline. j Tins change is due lo a fuller appn -cialkri eif the nee'ils of timber supply and water l einsi nation, and to the knowledge that iiatuie, unaliled, can not repair Ihe lure'sl ravage and waste of the past. The aiea now under tlio fori'st in the West Is loss by millions of acres than tb aiea suitable tor lotest gtowth. In tin lust place, lire has ik-sti o.v eel an etioimoa iiuantity ot loiesl. eh muling mounlaai ..-s so coiupbtely that forest renewal .. I'.ituial moans has been teiulcied scores of millions ot acres, like lie chapanal lands of southern ('alilorni. which once hole loiesl giowib but lou: sinee lost it, must leinain itidctiiuti Iv tuiprodiicllvo wa.stcs unless brought igain, by planting, under torest. Moie- ovi r, the eh niand for tmibor, even the local demand, can not long bo supplied trom the reserves unless they .111 dovel- oped to the highest productive oap.uit. mil, for this, lorcst replacement .'mil ex tension, epiile as much as conservative logging, ate essential. Finally, the indi rect use of tlie resolves is not le.s-. Im pressive. The vital importance ot water for irrigation would, in tlie case of sevoi - ll of tin 111. alone sulllce to lender foi est planting 011 vvateislieil? imperative. In southern California forest extension on tlie mountain:' is stionglv favored bv public sentiment, at almost any expense, because it is water, put the supply of fertile soil, whic-i liiiiits agiiculture. so that land worth tO '') an .1010 with water could hardly be given 111v.1v without it. There are nvv six ;ei nianeiit teseive planting stations, two 111 I'alltoinla. one in New Mexico, one in Colorado, one in Utah, anil one In Nebraska. Other will be established as it Is found ndvNnhlo. The past winter has been evti'remely ravoralile for planting in California. A large foi co of men has be-on omploved, hnth in the San Gabriel and in the H.inta Harhnra mountains. Since the beginning of the rainy reason about one buuilied hutisand seedlinss have- been set on' t least a iloze-n Kinds w.'ie liie.sl, to iscerlaln which are most suitable lor use at different altitude and undei elit. feient cxposuies litsali's tlie seedlings et out on the mountain slopes, from two to three huiielre'd tnoiisaiul more have been transplanted Iroin co.-ercil seed bed- to open nuisery beds, there lo be held for use in the winter of ruiii-T. The prime object of the operations in south ern Calitornla Is the impi ovements of Im portant watersheds. With the appioaoh of the spilng fcisoii plans 1110 being made lor active work at tho other stations. The mosl e.tonsho pl-intlug will be doi'o in the liismal ilve-r reserve1, near lialsi... Nob. Ile-ie live bundled thousand two-vear-oid pme vioelbngs will be pianteil In tho sand lulN adjoining ihe euiter:, site. Tills work will begin about the middle of Apr. I rid will be continue fen- a mouth 01 six weeks. This Insnial Itiver rosoivo .s located in tlie typical sand-hill country, vtheie the giound is of lutln value for ici leultui 1', but we'll aelapti'd to tree; giovili. Tho foi est, itlem of this large' u'.iic will creai'1 "i inipiiilaut futurei 1... In - -iipplv. and will ct the simi tnce h moii'-i rat' thil lie .1 sand-hill lands l' u nillv eail b" pii' tei proellli I Iv e- iim-. nil the Pikes Peal, n-servo pi tin iii Ii be- done near Civile Krenn : li S't in (..it ihousaud vi'lbiw piin- 1111& led m seedhl.g- Will lie Sllippeil 111)111 .elll',l.'h I tm 1h.1t piuposc, sme-e- seidilngs in the Civile nursery 1110 to small lor lians plantuig. TtJ planting will be- elone in denuded watersheds for Die consei vallon ,,t water and for a Inline stole eif tlinbii In the rceenllv e-siablished lesirve r. the vicinity of (larden Ctv. Kins ex tensive cxpcrlwcntal planting will be "irricd on. For this project llfly thou s mil pine- seedlings will he shipped from Nebraska, and thirty thousand bruulleaf M-edllriRS will be purchased from nurse, ryinen. A section of land will lie fenced md lire guards will ho plowed to protect Ihe planted men, The work hern will serve the same purpose, as In the Dlm.il Uivcr llcserve. and will, besides, lie a gi-eii Inci'litlve lo settlement. Tin su'.-ess which accompanied seed You arc very particular about the companions chosen by your children and you cannot afford to take less care in the choice of your daily newspaper, which exerts a silent but potent influence on all who read its columns regularly. This political year you need a good daily paper Quality rather than price should determine your choice. Better take no paper than one of low standard. LESS THAN TWO CENTS A DAY. Tho Daily Free Press costs subscribers less than twt cents a day. You can afford it. You know that the WEEKLY FREE PRESS is the best of all the Vermont weekly news papers. The Daily Free Press is first among the State daily papers. If you think that ycu might like to change from tho Weekly to the Daily edition cut out and mail us the coupon below. This offur good only to our present Weekly subscribers. - - . . Please scm Daily Krco Press for one month to eddreso bolow. but keep sending mo the Weekly also. Name Address Vermont. Knelosed find 23 cents to pay for ono month's trial subscription. Hides, Wo have Your entire production of Skins, Pelts, Tallow, Bones, Etc. .111 cxi-eption.'illy good market for all of these oroducts will' h enables us to pax- the HIGHEST CASH PRICES. Vrllr ns feir Prices and shipping Inslriii-llnm BURLINGTON RENDERING CO. (Iffle'c niiel I'ui'tor.v, North .to., Hiirlliiglon, Vr. YOUNG MEN WANTED For Street Railway Service. waujjO 1 lie luoiiost pain iy any company. PERMANENCY 'o eliscluiPgcs except for iiii.-oinlnct or inott'i INCREASING PAY-- Salan increases with loncth of service PROMOTIONS ( (-impotent men are promoted to otlieial positim For Flirt her iiiFormation apply or write to KARL S. BARNES, 82 Water St., Boston, Mass. Mcntlnu this paper. i?.eo.li;t&w4t sowing in the lll.n k 1 1 lis 1! -pring his eiie'eiur ige d tie f " . to pi in similar work ' P.ro.oh ast sou ing h id v v I proved sue. ess! til in . 1 1 s i v e the "in poiunls of ' How p ii" i upon the snow in tl s cpe i c 1 1 m last service spri'ig. 'efore . ik but -.il cast m lit pro duced i (-suits far beyond .ill ' Uio'is. I re .sells which appear to ied' -at. tin- practicability of tills tnelti"il em tlieiu ' sands of acres in tills region, nt all nie theds of bitest pkintiiifc it Is the .-implest sand eheaiioht, and the foe al demand ten' tluilur for mining purposes Is great. I Nursery v, oik will be earned on e i ti-nsively at all the stations. Al the Peirt Uav.ird station, Ne-vv Mcxeo. peu nuinenl lteaeliliartei will be established and open transplant beds e-onstruete-d. With llio new nursery beds at the Wasatch station. Utah, at l ho Hear creek station lu Ihe Pikes I'euk 15eerve, and at Clyde'. Ceihi.. and the enlarged beds at Uillse-.v. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Its It's not for The fodder In not for mi to i-nte ine to knock A poem as re-fleshing as the Shock." for whom am I tliat 1 should dare e critl'lze a rhyme fc'o likely to endure the ch 'l -orrod n blasts of Tune'.' .My quarie-l's not with P.II. j-1 h,nU th he Is srent Dut with the bard th t work to Imitate Anil think they have a masetp. should but contain sionio platitudy commoupla e and refrain. feti. try h f t hv The It? Neb., thu teital area of seeel nous win have an iinnuat capacity oi about iwdve million seeiiluigs. At the end e.f tlie planting season m arly liv e hundred .u re will luvv hot n newly reloresleil. Paul Noimuet. Ihe V'rench u'lilptor and aeronaut, Is eomplellng his plans in New Yoik lor a 1 1 1 1 Itom that city lo i'lilla :elelphl.i in u balloon, to bo made hi 10 'days ot Iwei weeks. He- lias planned to ' melded a him in i lav w nib' s ulmg through I the .ill. V. e-i Mvely cured 1 tl.osij Jjittlo I'ill. '! , -y also rcllrvo D' t-r-.. fie'.c. nyperla, I a' , . lien ardToo Heart r A pi?rfe"t ru i u r lv.zilness, It'uusei ptowsUirsS, B.id T;:st i , the Mouth, Ceitee Tui;ii9. PnJu la the M.li .TOItPlO MVKIt. TIlt 'iKUlato tho Dowels, i" b' Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL UPS E. . SM ALLPftlGS Gjfiuino (el list Bear Fac-Simtlc Signaturo R5fUSE SUBSTITUTES CARTERS 1 3VER Clierrup Schoed of Pifi'v s n night and day. ptine-lplrs and p.-i'V p ds ir- 'to make you say With "Koop-a-HmlPn' " - or- v ' n bv some doli'tul bud Whose bargain rate- t. i - i torly-nino a jard "Wlien Sunshine Is a Sli 1 1 ,t i I'se lei Mojie and f i el ' "The TlilusJ We lum't It. 'eenibr ! m the Things that W ' i 1 "We Wouliln'i Have No 11 ei. now V We Ibdn t Have ,n i; i n Or any other contmonpl , refrain. .ii 1 .1 "VV e, 1 BARTERS iflVER pills. Pai nasnis is ni.iead.inu ' the road to Fvie Jump or a leaned Pe-g e. tame. "Tho Man Who Neve: M i m Who llets Al 'When Trouble' felines .lust Ping a I. ii tie Se.ii; The I in Who Make - Vm II M.in' Win) .lust Al"' id ' "Tho People Wlio Ar. 1 vb g Pe ople lio Aie ll. id O liard'e't" of the mag ik.'i. v ,r i ii'g I'lalll To o tint vvtllc the Comm.)' Obvious: Hi-fram' -I'r.ipkbn Adams, lu The Iteader for March. ehe t the rd Of 'Pi I "To cure n Felon" of Phlllipsburit. Kin., "jutt cover it over with Buck'eri s Arnica Salve and the Salve will do I i re-si." Quickest cure for Hums, .Be l. Sores. Scalds. Wounds PI es. l'"1 Salt Ilheutii, Chnpped I liindy. ..L.1 und r-orei Kyes. Only ':.ec at .! " u B" ii llvnn elrus fctoif. C.uiirantecd. All diugglata.