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rrm r.AKRE juily timks, January 10, 100s.
TWO CARLOADS OF SLEIGHS THE BARRE DAILY TIMES REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BARRE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1908. 5 3 3 3 5 5 ? S Continued from page 3. READY FOR SALE. , Buy cooda where they are guaranteed .ood, Iron and paint. We expect to sell Sleics and all kinds of Vehicles for long time therefore we cannot afford o sell a single tlimg that will not istand e test, ou will find us here every ,y in the year to make our guarantee tood. We have a aleigh for $25, but it en t in it witn tne OLD COMFORI SLEIGH, nade "by the Cortlandt Cart and Car nase Co. of kidney, N. Y. We have a complete line tf Bk.kets, Eur Kobes, inpa and Harness. ' Also good bargains in Second-hand Harness, MeighB, eta. It would please us to have 'you rail. get our low prices, see tn goods and talk it over witn us. v H. F. CUTLER'S STABLE, Rear City Hotel, Telephone 131-2. A CARD. We, the undersigns, do hereby agree f to refund the money on a 60-eent bottle of Greenes Warranted Syrup of Tar if ? it fails to cure your cough or cold. We also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove f satisfactory or money refunded. I Ked Cross Pharmacy, E. A. Drown, i C. II. Kendrick & Co., D. F. Davis, ' ( ieorge L. Edson, J. A. McArthur, W. if. Miles & Co., McAllister Bros, P. C. Howard, J. A. Cumming, J. W. Parmenter, At To Dog: Owners. a meeting ot the city council of this city held Jan. G, 1908, it van voted to instruct the constable and police olli cers to see that all dogs within the city are duly licensed and collared. You are piven ten day from this date 3 viz: Jan. 7th to 17th, 190S to comply f with the law. . ' , James Jfackay, city clerk. SPAGHETTI DRESSING With this preparation you can pre pare" spaghetti in the true Italian way in your1 own kitchen. It is also a splendid dressing for other veget-. ables. Aslc your grocer for it. J. D. OSSOLA, Manufacturer. No Matter How Old You Are you would like to be sure of some cor tain sum ns income duritia your life, This can be secured bv annuity or life insurance and annuity. 50th ' ycur. :nuoriai ijiio insurance company, Mont pelier, Vt. (Mutual). ' S. S. Ba-Iiarfl, jjeneral agent, Mont pelier j N- B. Ballard, local agent, Barre, vt. TALK OFTHE TOWN Cut flowers at Youngson's. Tel. 317-6, Wanted. 200 Carriages to store for tno winter, (jeo. E. Mciarland Masonic charms and pins at L.T. Aus tin's, "the watch and clock man." L. P. Austin sells stone cutters' glasses, all kinds and prices, from 20c to $2.00 per pair. Just received, another barrel of those delicious old-fashionea horchound drops at the lied Cross pharmacy. Clairvoyant. Tuesday and Thursday, 2 p. m. to 9 p. m., Mrs. K. E. Ellis, 25 5-paufinng -street, telephone 15G-21. A complete line of overshoes and rub bers for men, women, boys, misses and children, at the People's shoe store. D. W. Flagg's Wonderland Moving Pic ture company at tho opera house every night this week with Saturday matinee. Typewriting and copying, writing from dictation, circular letter a specialty. Mrs. Mary G. Nye, 7 and 8 lJluncoard block. The annual convention of the Vermont State Spiritualist association will be held in Crand Army hall, Moutpelier, Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday, January 2 J, 25 and 21). Mrs. Helen P. Kussegue of Hartford, Conn., will be the speaker during the session. Mrs. Eflie viiapman will serve as message bearer and other state speakers are expected to he present and assist in, the ser vices. Just what so many are looking for: Uj miles from the city post-ollice. a good brick house, barn, hen-house for 100 hens, good apple orchard, pear and plums and three acre of land; handy to the quarrie or to the sheds. Price for a few days only $1,6.0, about half cah; reason for selling, change in occupation. Inquire at the F. 15. t'ate Real Estate agency, rooms 11 and 12, Bolster build ing, Burre, Vt. V K Q i S y o 3D T V 4J. .- ; z3 in trpj pat x ' . r- m !&fti y v " 'si For the Boys and Girls at Less Than Cost. Only Get a few left. one early. THE AVER1LL MUSIC COMPANY Over Times Office Third Floor. IT PAYS TO CLIMB THE STAIRS. . , . A Cure for Misery. , "I hare found a cure for-the misery malarja poison prodiu'es," says U. i. Jameft of ljoitelleii, S. C "It's railed Elwtriij Hitter, and comes in 50 cent bott les. It break up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time; and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of com-miw-ion." Thi (freat tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach, liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back. Sold un der (niaratitce at the Ked Cross pharma cy, Kickert & Wells. RANDOLPH John Mudgett, Elderly Man, Undergoes an Operation. John Mudi'ctt, a man who has reached the aue of 82, wa taken violently ill on Tuesday ni;ht, when lr. Kumrtll was ailed and pronounced it a case of stran filiated hernia. It was. decided that an operation was ntvc.arv. ll was taken to the sanitorium at 10 o'clock iu the evening and the operation was- at once periormed bv lJrs. Kumnll. Anw-U and Russlow. He survived the ordeal and on Wednesday morning was comfortable. lit home is with Jus daughter, Mrs. rnae, on ix:nooi street. GRANITEVILLE. Three tenements to rent. Inquire of A.' A. Smith, Barre, or M.. J. SlcLeod, Graniteville. DECIDE YOURSELF EMSLIE'S FLOWER STORE Main SL, Hext Ladd's Flowers for All Occasions! Bulbs Hyacinths, Narcissus, Tulips, Crocus and Chinese Lilies Miss M. J. Drnry will lie our ajrene at Wi lliumstowu and is prepared to receive all orders. EMSLIE (Q. CO.. Open Monday and Sal. Evenings. Tel. 9-21 WOOD The place to buy Wood. A large stock of all kinds at these prices: Tsiock Wood, per cord 53.00 I.imb Wood, pur load 2.25 Chair Wood, per load 2.50 Soft Wood Slabs 1.75 Furnace and Shed Wood. I am prepared to do all kinds of mov ing and jobbing at reasonable rates. Coarse and line .Sand for sale in any quantity. Coarse Sand for cenieuting at my bandbank, Fanveli street. : L. J. BOLSTER, Telephone 40.1-2, 333 North Main Street. Barre, Vermont. WOOD, WOOD, WOOD r!ock wood, per cord (14 inch).. ( nair wood, per load. . .$3.0 The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by Barre Testimony. , , . Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a stranger'e state ment. Read Barre endorsement. Read the statements of Barre citizen. And decide for yourself. ', ,' ', Here is one case of it ; Jlrs. J. Ii. Cumminga of SO Elm street, liarre, Vt., mj-s: "About three year ago' I .began to have aoriou attacks of kidney trouble. The worst symptom vns a sharp stitch just over my hips, and Hlie effeot would hint for about three dny-i. During these attacks I could not sleep nights and could hardly fret about the house at all. , If I caught cold it settled across my back and aggra vated the trouble. 1 used a good many remedies, but nothing gave me so much relief as Donn'a Kidney Fills, which I procured at E. A. Drown's drug store. They relieved the pain and strengthened my back and proved in every way a valuable kidney medicine. It is six month since I have had any backache and 1 am beginning to think th;t the cure is going to be permanent.'" For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cent. Foster-Milburn Co., ButTalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and tako no other. "XIr. 'Jarw '' Wilcox and Miss Alice Buck are with ill, with the grippe... - A. W. I'lastman hm been ill and absent from hi plate of business for ten days The Brooklyn whist club met with Mr. hncy Terry at her home at Mr. Mary ! Mann's on Wednesday afternoon wit a an average attendance. At a meeting of the board of trad held on Monday evening the. old lmard of officers was re elected. It was- no? definitely edeeided when to hold flip banquet, and the date will be given later. At a meeting of the R.bekahs held at Odd Fellow hall on Tuesday evening the following officers were elected for the coming year: noble grand. Mrs, l.iz'io I!xth; vice grand, Mrs. Bertha Seymore; secretary, .Mr. Jlidle Dunn; treasurer, Mrs. Lucimla Cleveland. The appointed officers will be selected before the installation, which occurs iu two weeks if the district deputy can be in attendance at that time. . BETHEL Maestro Alfco Buja Author of "Iireyfm" dung by the releliriitpd toritontt Htraeeiari ih Italy. Awarded iheeoio piier'8 tluhl Metlal at Milan. Isftonson Piuiio uiid Violin, SHifTing Icsboiik after the Italian method 01 Xll 'ant. IVrttict Yoicf1 Vlacemt?nt, tin n'oness, leaaon la -Harmonies. Comnositiou and limtruiupiuution. Lessons at home or m; Residence, 193 River Street, Montpelier, Vt. Mr. A. Buja is a ftrat artist and teacher; he puts all his mini in his instruction that i ;k.i cnmplf l becane lie taavhes afu.T programs of llie Itest Otnsei vanities, ut ml is he very KfHirt m pertert v.dre pi.Kvimmt, as his pupil f Itarre and Muittpli.-r an t;ll, imt pre pares at ropeiHiou oi tne upi-ras. ac t;ie inter, pretatiun. Mways so dillii'ull and makes hli (iii pils reaily drHinatioally fur the stae. As '(ini pnserhe wan praisiui lrimi llie ihtwaer Qtiefn 2.50 i (if italv bv her miloirr nih letter sent I i iiini fcecontl growth wood, per load 2.53 j rut hAenjnyeu r tiiu ist. enuaider.iti ard litrh wond m r hmd ai; i and friendships of tne treit artlfti who lumi i,aru ini.D woini, p.r loaa z.25 tllK lml,iv, :lrc j New V(,rk 3n vivri b-oit limb wood, per load. . Soft slab wood, per load.. 1.75 175 ARTHUR S. MARTIN, Tel. 20 3. 43 Park Street. . . Barre, Vt. Joe Korafsky, Custom Tailor ! ljidies an.t cfinkmpii'i (.-arraents cleaned. rep::iri!n:. presntni; ana ilvem;; neatly done. 11 ti 1.1 l y le'eidioii?. Oeuts' suits mad 9 to t-iUrr. A i! ur repaired. The Earre Clewing ani Dfeing Sho?, Telephone 343-4. Ea-stBica Block, 182 No. Main St., Barre. lotice to the Public. We are still running a public surrey jir.d meeting all train. Teh-phone 232 L ryia Bro. nor t'arnpanf ni. orrbeatra eondii'-tors iji AItripoli-t-ot and Manhattan Opeta l:ou-et and by the pre-at rinxers. S4uwiari, Basel. Jlnritatti. etc. Mr. ti'.ija rortainiy will fiake a ood Miofs in Hie eountiy, that will be a grea: bene lit for his pupils. GREAT REDUCTION SALE of HOIS'. HISSES' and CHILDREN'S WINTER COATS, SUITS and FURS at Maxfield & Cutler's, Plalnfield, C!iE DAY OSIT, JAN. 23, 13C8. I'luninier Martin left bene for Boston to attend thtV Siuicial of hfs' 'bifttor, op Tuedny.. ;,-; -.'! ' ' ,;"' . Mrs, .,13. . S, '.Widljnj,'ton ' ,in ujt. ill from a. ever cold athi t slight shoek of paralysis.- ; ' ", ' :"! ; 'Mi Mary Iji?,ock';'W -.Very '.ill' With pneninonia, and 'her condition is consid ered critical. . .. Merton Prer-foii and William Kllis were in Ilaudolpli .Sttnrday nijiht to attend lue grange .meeting. Ieon Johnson and KHen Powers were married on fSunday at liund'olph by the (lev. lather Venders. Mr. .lohiiM.n in employed at the quarry and at present thev are boardinu in town. Miss Lucy Ciraham, "who is employed in the bank, has rented rooms in the Sylvester block and has gone to house keeping. She will have with her for tne present M1s Hock, nurse from Lebanon, Mrs. SwJnjier of CaYsville left P-tlul on the early morning train 'M'ednesday for Burlington, to enter the Mary Fletch er hospital for a surgical operation. Dr. Kdminul- of Pittslield 'will join her there on Thursday to be present at the opera tion. J. 1). Duncan returned from California lust week ami is at present boarding tit ,lo!m Parrott's. Mr. Duncan went to California last May, where he has been staying up to the iime of coming home, and has not yet decided upon anylhini? definite for the future. Ralph Shaw has returned from Wal pole, .Mass.,, where h has been employed, and on Tuesday went to l'.arre and en tered Coddard seminary, where he' will fil for college, lie intends to enter the university of Yermnnt when he passes t ne-neccssarv examination. their support as may from time to time or at any time be indicated to him, by the oversver of the poor of the city. of liarre, or the committee, on charities and ' corrections of said city; the city physician shall-also rciuler his services to any member of the fire, police, street or water dcmi'tments, who may be injured during the performance of their duty, if called upon by the chief of the tire or police departments, or the super intendent of said street or water departments, or by the members of. . the lire, police, street or water committees of said city. . The city physician shall also render medical aid at the police station; in said city of Jiarre in case of emergency, whenever called upon to do so by the overseer of the poor, committee on charities, and corrections or any member of the police department of said city; said city physician shall also examine any cityemploye whenever, such examination shall be required. The city physician shall examine all persons injured by alleged defects in bridges and culverts, or by any other negligence of the city or any of its ollicers, whereby it is claimed the city or its officers are liable to pay damages in relation to the nature ami extent of the injuries received, and upon the completion, of such examination he shall make a written report to the city Attorney of the nature and effect of fmclt injuries. In all matters relating to the public health the city physician shall advise and counsel with the health officer, city council, committee on chari ties and corrections and overseer of the poor of said city whenever calico, upon so to do. .. . " The city physician shall furnish all the medicine, drugs, material and appliances that are necessary in all cases where he i called ii(Kn by any of the iiarties mentioned as aforesaid, for his professional services, pro vided, however, that said city of Barre shall supply at its own expense vaccine virus in cases of small pox, and anti-toxin in cases of diphtheria and all necew-ary emulsions iu cases of tuberculosis. Maid city physician by and with the consent and approval of the overseer of the poor of said city may have the assistance of counsel in case warranting such assistance, in eases of epidemic and contagious diseases and fn cases calling for surgical treatment. fSaid city physician, when called upon to render service to any poor person, residing within the city for whose support some other town or city in this state may be liable, shall keep a record of such attendance and upon the request of the overseer of the poor shall render an itemized bill lor said service to said overseer. See. 3. All suirjfi attendance, service and advice shall be of the same degree of faithfulness and efficiency, and the drugs, medicines, remedies and supplies of the same variety, quality, and quantity that any honorable j'lhysician would furnish, use and prescrilw in his private practice, oil of which shall be furnished at such time and at euch places as occasion may demand and the proper officers of the city determine. Sec. 4. Said city physician thall receive siielr, annual compensation from the city a the city council may from time to time determine. : . , CHAPTER XXXV. Of Charities and Corrections. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Barre' as follows: Section 1. All matters relating to the charitable institutions and obligations of the cily, including the supervision of the city poor, and all the acts and duties of the overseer of the poor, and all matters not otherwise provided for, relating to the insane and criminal classes of the city, shall be under the general direction of the committee on charities and corrections appointed by the. city council, subject to the orders of the city council and the requirements of the city ordinances. See. 2. The city council shall annually, in the. month of March, appoint an ovei'.-eer of the jioor, who shall be sworn to the faithful performance of the duties of his ofiice, and shall give a bond to the. city for the , faithful diehArge of his ollicial duties in the penal sum of one thousand dollars. Me shall, unless removed, hold his office for the term of one year from and after the first day of April next succeeding his appoint- ' m-ut. Me may , be removed at nnv time by the city council, and any vacancy shall be filled for the remainder of the term in the same manner a the origin il appointment. Me shall perform all such duties as are or may be required of him by the statutes of the state, by , the ordinances of the, tityl lads bV'ihe Vnf council, or by said committee on charities and correction; and he shall receive Such compensation in full for'' bis.. ! : h'(ces.' KH'miiy'be lixed' lit the oily conncilr ' ' See. V. TM-orerswer of the poor shall have, the immediate charge of all the property of the city belonging to his department. He is authorized to make such rules and regulations for the government of the city poor, subject to the approval of the committee ou charities and corrections, as he shall deem necessary and proper. Sec. 4. Bills of all accounts and claims incurred by the overseer of the poor under the provisions of the preceding sections shall be rendered monthly to the committee on charities an correction. Sec. it. The oveiM-cr of the poor is hereby authorized to purchase materials and supplies, to employ labor, and to furnish temporary rellei to any needy person who shall be deemed by said overseer not a proper person to be permanently cared for and to pay money therefor. Me shall lw supplied wit 6 money by warrant drawn on the city treasurer, ia the same manner that other warrants are drawnnn that officer, and for each and every payment of money made by him as aforesaid he shall obtain a voucher upon blanks to be supplied by the committee on charities and corrections, which voucher shall show the date, and in detail the materials, supplies, la)"r and relief for which the payment is nunle, and which voucher shall be signed by the actual person, firm or corporation to whom the payment was made. A settlement of account of all money received, all money expended and all bills paid or incurred under this section should le made each month. Sec, tj. The overseer of the poor shall keep an itemized account of all sales, purchase and expenditure made by hi in from day to day, in a suitable book kept for that purpose, which account shall show from whom and for wiiom all purchases are made, and to whom each article was delivered. Mo shall keep a record of all persons not having a legal residence in this city, who may in any way be assisted by his department, in order that proper charges for the same may be recovered from those liable for their support; No of those persons having a settlement here., who are receiving aid from other places. All books and papers relating ,; t i the ofltf-e Tif the 'overseer of the poor- Khali at all times be open to the inspMiori of' any 'member of the city council and to such oilier .person or persons as. the city -council may employ to examine the same. And every such book and p,'pr when completed shall bo deposited and ikept in the office of the city clerk. ; Sec. 7,, Tin), overseer of the poor shall make a report to the city council on or before the fifteenth day of each month, stating the total amount of money received by him,'-t!te total amount expended and the amount of aid .furnished and bills incurred by his department during the preceding calendar mouth; and showing any other matters that he niav deem necessary and proper to bring to the attention of the city council. 'lie shall als make a report to the city council during the month of January, annually, stating under oath the number of persons assisted by him dining tho preceding financial year, their names and nationality and the total amount of assistance that each person received; and said annual report shall also give a schedule of the real and personal property of the city under his care and the value of each item, the total receipt's nn.l expenditures of thfc whole department for the year and any sug gestimis respecting this department that he may deem the good of the department to require. Sec. 8. All accounts and bills of the overseer of the poor shall be accompanied by the proper voucher therefor and all such accounts shall be kept in proper book furnished by the city, and shall be and remain the property of the cily of Barre, and the overseer of the poor shall present his laioks to the city auditor and they shall audit his accounts . on or before the 5th day of January of each vcar. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinances Were duly passed by the city council on the th day of December, 1007, and ordered published in the Barre Daily Times on or before the 1st duv of February, lOott, Attest: . ' JAMES MACKAY, Citv Clerk. CABOT lTii i n mxrtinitv no laiy who la going to WAnt & garment fur &e next two year uuu , me!l aftonl u mi. We nccur j this line on t kn-.tt 'hu . euit Houw f - Uikoii ly 10 per cent. Of ad cars or,-t in tin, 4. Cu., of Burlington, V t j country and Canada. TOO MANY NOW. Railroads Find Thousands of Idle Cars on Their Hands. Chicago, Jan. 111. Kailronds of the I'nited States and Canada have 2iHi,NN) freight tars in excess of business de mands, according to a statement- that will lie i-sued this week by the car ser vice commission of the American Kail way association. Shortages exist on only a few roads, the total number of additional cars ihut could be used on these lines amounting to 774. The figures are compiled lroiti report made to the commits ion hy p:s rai'i o.o!-. Assuming the average vniu of a car to l-e .i!of, equipment representing .fi'24. OMMMXt of capital is lying idle on side tracks. The MUpitis cars a'regste uai - New Officers of G. A. R. and W. R. C. Installed. On Tuesday evening. January 7. Mor rill post, U. A. U., and W. U. t'.. met at their hall to hold, a j - i 1 1 1 installation of oilicci's' but owing t' sicklies in some of the families of the ti. A. J!., several members were umtMc to be present, which caused a postponement to a laicr ht'e, when the follow ing ol'i -crs of the W. K. C. were installed by Mrs, Ktissell Chamberlain of Portland, Oregon: pres ident, .Mrs. J. Maria Myers; S. vice-president, Mrs, Abide Bead; J. vice-president, Mrs. I.ue'la A. Peck; secretary, Mrs. KM a M. Haines; treasurer, Mrs. Florence C. Yoodry; chr.plain, Mrs. Fan ny Waldo; conductor. Mr. Luelia J. Freeman; guard, Mrs. Yiula M. Whiteh er; assist ant conductor, Mrs. Celia Far rin .'.n on : iissUtant guard, Mrs. Mary laird: patriotic instructor, M-fs. t'lar imi Burnham: press correspondent, Mrs. Florence C. Yoodry; color bearer no. 1, Mrs. Jessie M. Drew; color bearer no. 2, Mrs. Julia Merrick; color Ixaier no. .1, Mrs. Kldti'ia Baiuill; color bearer no. 4, Mrs. Ada Merritt. An oyster supper was served at the close. Mr. and Mrs. John Athcrton are vis iting in Morrisvillc for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Weir of Water bury have been visiting at S. A. X.!-im's and other brothers of M;. Weir, Mi-s Mae Smith did not return to her school at 1. otter Cabol in time to com mence the term on Monday, but resumed her duties Tuesday morning- and , is boarding at Plinv Smith's. Scttlptf.ro la i.l'. (irohalillity begr.n in Egypt lmii I'.jrviit the art passed ou to tltvotv and Koine. There was a very early school nf sculpture ou the Island of Crete. Pliny tells lis that the Cretan sculptors were the first to carve Hid polish marble. Violins. Violins rury more with the weather .linn !os ,"'ic (,(tior instrument. "liL- 4 3. ' ' -si I flklFr'-A tfN . i 3 .,, ! Aata fumlhira til . ' New Goods are now on hand at our up-t j-date furniture store, suitable to finish the most elegant resk fence, or to adorn the most humble cottage or apartment nous, t or wm tb Furniture, vou will f.tld it to your ad vantage to see our stock before purchasing lsewhero. Se lect, distinctive styles for particular purcna-jers are ... the latest and moat artistic designs. Good, durable Furni ture for all classes at reasonable prices. J , . i , ,. ''' j A. W. BADGER & CO., MORSE BLOCK, BARRE I. - ME..TAv.na.r-W.S TeleiUoue: , - Store, 447-1U HoiUMfj U -11 na , Rubber Tired Aiftbulaxioe at a Momttfi Kotio, '6 Watch Our Divorco Sale This Month We cannot get along with the goods now, we bought too many, the Winter was against it. We have just been invoicing. Know just how we stand. We , have too many on hand. We do not need it now. We need the money,' and we've resorted to a Divorce Sale to get rid of them quick and to turn the goods into ready cash for the next 15 or 20 days at most any sacrifice. Here is a good example. One hundred and forty Men's and Youth's Overcoats reduced as follows: f 10. 00 to 12.50 Overcoats at..... 8 COO 8.00 to 10 00 Overcoats at 4.50 15.00 Overcoats, fancy mixtures, at 10.00 Your choice of the best 15 to 120 Coats, . . . . 12 OO Watch our daily announcements for the prices dropped out through the bottom on Clothing now. S. J. SEGEL & CO,. THE BARRE CLOTHIERS. ' Aroynd llie Csrner on De?ot Square, Barrs. VL r : V, Near I'is Cepots 1 e" ,' -tJs,ft , I" " b , '; I shall have one of these en gines on exhibition at the Barre Poultry Show, January 7th to 10th. Don's fail to see it. if at all intere jed in a gasoline engine. A. Allen. i3 33? w sannysfde Farni - 'PIiosb 140-2 STORE MIONGO-QPERATIVEi i s- jl m ttwhi Tr r . s. mm , riSPEClAL'v -SALE For the month of December, 1907, ani as long as the offered goods last. Ivorine Cleanser, 5c package at.. 4c Ivorine CU'anscr, 10c package at. 8c Lifebuoy Sanitary Soap, cake... 3c Baking Powder, pound package.. 10c Baking Powder, -pounil package 5c Ready Bits 5C Durkee't Corn Starch, prepared for food, per p.rkage 5c Ho'iton's Cocoa, pr can ......... 8: Congou Tea, poun; package 30e Congou Tea, i pt nd package. ., 15c Strawberries, per ;n .....8c Basplierrieg, per ,n 4C II. U. Union label 1 baoco, 5c pkg. 4C Tq- km, Reliance, G?!sn; Woodpecker. t- : v. - " ' t ' r 11 w ii tfe r n nnn iif.j- $8,ooo worn GASOLENE ENGINES ,i Placed fey the C. - H T3ft - n sized May I,' 07 C. n-.TAFT. IJANDOL1MI CKXTEK, VE1IMO.NT. ADVERTISE IN THE DAILTi TIMES NYAL'S PEPTGNATED 1 Ri 1 1EEF, ii pp BWiU It is impossible, simply impossible, for any i , T.ff one to er.joy the best of health if the bowels kl.Er re constipated. Jndrgested matenal, waste Jl-dl CG'f j. i I CO products, poisonous substances, must be a.l j . . .r 1. 1- i ,. daily removed from the body or there ill your aocivr it ne rT7mn a tH-frr - till fZ n Ju,J li.Jr ,h w. h trouble, tnt often serious trouble, too. Y' Tin 'Ml'- A f V- .Vf." Arer's Pills aid nature.that is all. f .,et"Jl5-- An efficient combination in which are nited the nutriment of Beef, the tonic powers of Ir- -nd t:,? !' stimulating properties of Wine. A good V. t r tonic, t one that you can depend upon. 50cabgtib? C. H. KENDRICK & CO. 54 North Main Street, f- iTrmwi 'i ii w bilj.il