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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1912. SICK HEADACHE? TONGUE COATED? IT'S YOUR LIVER! GASGARETS SURE You're bilious! You have a throbbing sensation in your head, a bad taste in ,your mouth, your eyes hurt, your skin U yellow with dark rings' under your eyes, your lips are parched. Xo wonder vou feel ugly, mean and ill-tempered. Your system is full of bile and con stipated waste not properly passed off, and what you need is a cleaning up in side. Don't continue being a bilious, constipated nuisance to yourself and those who love you, a nd don't resort to harsh physics that irritate and in jure. Remember, that your sour dis ordered stomach, lazy liver, and clogged bowels can be quickly cleaned and regu li'ted by morning with gentle, thorough C'ascarets; a 10-cent box will keep your head clear and make you feel cheerful and bull v for months. (Jet I a sea rets now wake up refreshed feel like doing a good day s work make yourseii pleas ant and useful. Clean up! Cheer iij; CABOT. am CANDY CATHARTIC 10 CINT 80XC8 -ANY DRUG STORE ALSO 2S St BO CCHT pu.a; SOUTH RYEGATE. ' Miss Rose Anderson left for Quincy, Mass.. Saturday morninsr. She is to enter Burdett Business college in Bos ton this fall. Miss Oorrine Samuelson is home for a few days' vacation from Boston. About a hundred attended the Wood men's picnic, which was held in Peach Thomas' woods Saturday afternoon. The Woodmen furnished ice cream and coffee for the company. Several from here went to St. Johns bury Friday evening to listen to Theo dore Roosevelt. Miss Annie Beaton went to Green field, Mass., Saturday to resume her du . ties as teacher there. Her sister, Jeanie, : left for the same place Monday morn ing, where she is attending school. Miss Emma Eliason, Brock Roben and Max Doe went to St. Johnsbury on Monday, where school. Miss Abbie Bailey is teaching in Bar net. . Greeley Darling of Lowell, Mass., has GROTON. Weather Conditions Affected Attendance at Scotch Picnic Good Time Enjoyed. The inclement weather prevented many from attending the Scotch picnic at the summer home of Hon. and Mrs. Alexan der Dunnett on Monday, but those who braved the weather conditions thorough lv enjoyed the day. The commodious house amnlv accommodated the High binders, and their friends, the number being about half that of last year. Hot coffee was served at noon by Mr. an.i Mrs. Dunnett, after which a short pro gram of Scotch songs and speeches by the host and U. R. Marshal Horace Bail ey, were listened to. Schools Opened Tuesday With Full List of Teachers. Schools in town commenced this week Tuesday. Village Grammar, Miss Irene Dwinell: nrimarv. Miss Judith Haines of Calais. Lower Cabot Miss Carrie Hubbell, Hyde Park. Walbri.lge district, Miss Maidene Walbridge. Plains, Mrs. A. D. Kimball. Read, Miss Goldie Hawes. West Hill, Miss Ethel Warden. South West Hill, Miss Ethel Bohonon, Marshfleld. East Cabot, Miss Nin.t Bates, Barre. South Cabot and Merritt district to be supplied. Principal ol Cabot high school, A. O. Bushm-11 of Strafford. C. A. Ricker was a business visitor at Montpelier on Monday. Mrs. F. M. Wedd accompanied her ,1 It.. Ml,. fil. .,!,., tn K Tilinii. they are attending ,, ' t ' .i,' V : A omiI school. Charles Jordan has moved his family to a tenement in the Vance block. fi-a Pw.ltnwl IVunilis loft Oil MilllilflV been visiting relatives in town the past '0 -' f gherbrooke, P. Q., to visit 1 . " ' her parents. new feed store '.,, . V.n.. V rrntr frnm t inn-ru iiiu mini,, . ' - . , week. It is expected a first class dance will be held in N. A. Parks' new feed store when completed, the proceeds to be used Sntnrdliv unti, j'Uy morning. tor building sideways. Mr anJ Mr9 Rufll8 Hosmpri Mr. and Miss Mildred Lord returned Monday .... tt... ...j dui ii,- to begin another year as teacher of the ;.pnj tQ Franklin X. H.. Saturday for a iniermeuiaie ueparuiiri.i J'""0 stay of Beveral davs with relatives school. the same teacner, -miss wiiia.i Mrg Jam(,g Fr0Hti who hig en on the partment and Miss Annie Eliason will take Miss LaClair's place in the gram mar school. Willie Darling, wife and child, of Niagara, Falls, X. Y., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Darling, Herman Stacy of Hartford, Conn., Is visiting relatives in town. Miss Jean Darling of Brre spent Sun day with Miss Mane Darling on her way home from Old Orchard, Me., where she has had employment for the summer. Miss Jessie Smith of Groton was i over-Sundav visitor at the home Charles Eliason. As the Presbyterian church is without a pastor and the LT. P. church is being renaired, the U. P, services were held in the Presbyterian church Sunday morn lug and evening. BROOKFIELD. Schools in town began Sept. 2. L. L. Stone was in Berlin Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Holden are visiting relatives in Xashua, X. H., and Worcester, Mass., for a few weeks. Miss Dora Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry and son, Charles, and Clifton Rose, have returned to their homes in Worcester, Mass., after spending some time with their sister. Mrs. C. If. HoJ- Mrs. Julia E. Williams is visiting her sister in Keene, X. H., for a few weeks. Mrs. L. L. Stone is also visiting Bt Keene and Fitzwilliam, X. IT. Charles H. Williams, who has been in poor health for the past year, died at he home of B. J. Williams last week Sunday morning. The cause of his death was a" shock, from which he never ral lied. The funeral was last week Tues. day at 1:3(1 o'clock. He leaves a mother, three brothers and one sister. sick list for the past ten days, is some what improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pillsbury of Barr. were visitors at the home of their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. If. Pillsbury, Monday. Three young people received the rite of baptism at the -Methodist criurcli on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Burnett and little daughter were gueRts of Mr. and Mrs. John-Hall on Jlondav Andrew Benzie moved his household of f d8 '''s week from Montpelier to his nuoww uii uiuHiir Biit-ri. Miss Lizzie Finn of Montpelier and sister, Miss Blanche Finn of St. Albans, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. . K. Car bee Labor day. Miss Lizzie Lord of St. Johnsburr is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Ernest St. John and children re turned on Saturday from a visit of sev eral davs with friends at Plaiflfleld. Several from this place went to Barre Saturday morning to hear Colonel Koose velt. A. E. Kendrick spent Sunday with his family here. Morris CotTrin of Burlington spent last Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wl Coffrin. RANDOLPH. ORANGE. ' The program for ladies' night at the grange, which was to have been given next Friday night, has been postponed till the next meeting, September 20. Mrs. E. J. Raymo of Barre U spend ing the week with her mother, Mrs. C. O. Peake, who is slowly recovering from her recent illness. Miss Ella Barret, who has been spend ing the summer in Boston, has returned to her duties as teacher in town. Misses Beatrice and Doris Davis of Portland, Me., are spending a few weeks with Mrs. Earl Flanders. Knight and Clara Badger of Est Montpelier, were at E. X. Peake's over Sunday. John Emerson has been confined to the house a few days with a bilious attack. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lamson of Wil Jiamstown were visitors at E. X'. Peake's last week. ' Miss Ella Gale of Lowell, Mass., is visiting friends in town. Miss Mary Wedgwood, who is assist ant librarian in the Chicopee library, is now home for a few davs' vacation from her work. Howard Drew, who has been here from Boston with his brothers, L. C. and George Drew, left Tuesday for the city, and from there he will go to Kirks ville, Mo., where he will enter college for a three years' course in osteopathy. Ralph Rand went to Boston Tuesday for a few days' with his brother, W. E. Rand, jr., and from there will go t Derry, X. H., to visit his sister, Miss Ida Rand, before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams of Bos ton are passing a week here with Mrs. Estella Gilson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parsons of X'ew York are in town with their children at the Parsons farm, where they are to remain till the iflth of the month, when all but Mr. Parsons will start for Pas sadena, Calif. Mr. Parsons will resume business in Xew York City, and later in the season expects to join them for a month or more, when he has his vaca tion. Mrs. Edna Fairbanks and her mother, Mrs. Kimball, who have been for nearly n month in Salisbury with Mrs. Lyndon Thomas, have returned home. Gilman Chamberlin of Xew York City is in town, visiting his uncle, C. F. Moul ton, and family. Miss Louise Stone is visiting relative and friends in Burlington and John son. A church sociable was held at the M. E. parsonage last Tuesday 'evening, upwards of 50 being present. Cake an t ice cream were served. At the recent town meeting held on Sept. 3, Aaron Baltcn was elected as representative by a large majority. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Myers are visit ing in Thetford at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Myers. A new arrival at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson, Aug. 31. Teachers going out of town are: Wil lie Walker, Northampton, Mass.; Misi Alice Harvey, Middletown, Conn.; Miss Li la Perry, Newbury, Vt.; Miss Ella Barrett, Orange, Vt.; Miss Madge Walk er, Peacham; Misses Jessie and Ed Beaton at Hardwick and Walden. Stu dents attending different schools: How ard Lance and Alton Livingston at God dard seminary, Barre; Paul Xorris, St. .lohnsbury academy; Louise Xorris, Xorthlield. Mass. A wedding reception was given by Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Rogers at their home last Tuesday evening in hmor of the marriage of their sun, Earl, to Miss Mary Cassidy of Enosburg. A large number of people were present and were introduced by l.eorge Currier, .miss .viar jorie Wells, Fred Davison and Miss Chris tine Currier. Refreshments of cake and ice cream were served. Miss Li I a' Perry presided at the punch bowl. The worthy couple were recipients of present voln able and useful. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will reside in this village, where the former is proprietor of the store for merly known as Wells A Rogers. The good wishes of the community are ex tended to them. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Britt of Boston are stopping a few days at X. B. Rog ers'. Xearly 400 people from hill and vale as well as nearby towns and some from other states, gathered at Cabot, upper village, last Saturday morning previous to 8 o'clock, expecting to see Col. Roose velt pass through on his way to Barre. But owing to a plot executed at South Cabot and carried out by someone going toward Danville and directing the part through South Cabot and Marshfleld, they were deprived of that privilege. At 0:30 when the facts of the case were made known, disappointment and disgust reigned supreme. The selectmen and others who were interested in the affair had made extra efforts to notify the townspeople in order that they might give their children as well as themselves an opportunity of seeing a rran who had once been president of the United States and which would be a life-long remem brance. A goodly number of "resolute. never give up people sped on in their autos to Barre, where they were priv ileged to hear one of the best oratois of the country. At Cabot the American fags floated over Main street from which were suspended several bandanas, while smaller ones were flung to the breeze from stores, shops, dwellings, autos and in the lisnds of school children. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Whitney of Attle boro, Mass., have been spending a few di.vs at S. B. Blodgett's. II r. and Mrs. Harrv Smith, who have been employed at Frank Walbridge's have moved to Xew York. Mrs. Warren Mears of Littleton, X. II., visited her mother, Mrs. Abbm Smith a few days last week. There will be a service in the Con gregational church next Sunday morning at the usual hour followed nv .Sunday school. Xot withstanding the rain of last Sunday, fifteen faithful pilgrims wended their way to church expecting to have an afternoon service. A tele cram soon arrived snyine tne minister could not come in the rain from Dan ville, but the few did not want to re turn home, some from a mile away, without cettinir some good. They held e Sunday school. Mrs. L. C. Fisher act ing as pianist. Among the number pres ent were four teachers. A bead necklace with clasp in back and blue pendant was picked up in the street last Saturday. The owner can have it by inquiring of Lillian Lance. Mr. and' Mrs. A. E. Gage of Woburn, Mass., have been spending a few days at H. O. Dwinell's. Mrs. Charles Wells of Wolcott visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Mills, the first of the week. Xearly 20 children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.- Warren Rollins last week, the occasion being the 31st an niversary of their marriage. Six of them were great-grandchildren. After partak- of a sumptuous dinner tnev all A Swell Affair Toothache Gum STOPS TOOTHACHE Instantly Ha. (inn perfect utUfaction for M fttt. All drug scores or by mail, 1 5c C. 8. Dcnt Co-, Ditroit. Mich. WEST BERLIN. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Kibbee of Brook field were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Kimball last week. Mrs. John McKibben and three daugh ters of Brooklyn, X'. Y., were guests of Air. and Mrs. B. S. Gove over Sunday. M. L. Ayers left here August 30 for his home in Dickinson, X. D. lie will stop at Randolph, also at Boston and Xew lork on his way. Mrs. Willis Kibbee and daughter of Brookfield visited Mrs. Orrin Kimball re cently. Mrs. John Harris, who has been visit ing her daughter, A. J. Sherwood, in Morrisville, returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gerry of Cornwall, t anada, visited Ins sister, airs, Orrin Kimball, last week. Miss Mabel Davis returned home from Heaton hospital last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hobart, who have been visiting their friends here, have re turned to their home in Panipa. Texas. Miss Alice (Jove of Montpelier vis ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Gove, Sunday. W. A. Cooper, with several friends from Montpelier, has gone to Highgate Springs camping and fishing. " Mrs. A. Porter of Worcester visited Miss Carrie Streeter last5 week. Miss Helen Glines of Putnamsville is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Glines, for a short time. The new school house in this place has been greatly improved in look by applying two coats of pain, and other improvements have also been made on the inside of the school room. Mrs. C. H. Robinson and Clara Davis were in Montpelier Saturday; also Mrs. W. A. Cooper was in that- city one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bassett from Bane were guets of Miss Carrie Streeter Sun day. Miss Claudie Robinson, who has been visiting her friends in Proctor, returne 1 home Monday night. CALAIS. Democratic Representative Elected on Tenth Ballet. The contest for representative in this town ended at 5 o'clock Wednesday morning with the election of W. G. East man, Democrat. Ten ballots were tak en, the first one standing: George Dan iels, Rep., 8f); W. G. Eastman. Dem., CO; Lyman M. iray. Prog., 25. The tenth and final ballot stood: Eastman, 01; Daniels, 89 and Gray 9. THE MAN WHO RUIjES IN FEZ. The Story of an Audience With the Sul tan of Morocco. To leave Fez without bcine presented to the sultan would have left a sense of incompleteness. At the entrance of the pi. luce gates were many sleek mules, richly caparisoned with cninsoa saddles and silver carved stirrup irons. Xative gentlemen awaited, and attendants held the animals. A Moor who spoke Eng lish greeted me by name and , said the doctor would arrive soon. Dismounting, I handed my horse to a soldier and waited. The doctor came, and with him, a gentle man from Pqris. It was a warm after noon and the rich foliage from the pal ace grounds glinted in the sunlight nnd stirred in the cool breeze. Across a bare space of flat ground a low building stood. In the middle were arches, and at one end, the right, a room with three windows screened by a design cut in wood was the reception room of Muley el Hnfid, ruling sultan of Morocco. The M'Hasni, or sultan's sol diers, squatted in a long row against the wall or loitered among the arches. The doctor led us to the left, leaving a clear space in front of the sultan's of fice, ihe sultan apparently entered and came toward the central door, but we could not see him. The M'Hasni had c i : i- t tt.. j in tu ...Ho 0o.i i.!m..if i,ir Henry Proctor of Burlington was se- view they bowed low an.l shouted, "God I r'"us'y injured Thursday by being crush- TOT WW, W2 The Antiseptic Mi TV It makes rich, creamy lather, which cleans the hair and scalp of dirt and disease germs, stimulating the growth and giving a beautiful lustre to the hair and removing dandruff. In hygienic tubes, 25c. At druggists. bless the life of our lord and master,' then returned to squat against the wall. Awaiting our turn to be presented, we had leisure to inspect the state de partment at work. In a room about sixteen feet by ten, Moors of rank were seated, squatting upon a rug, their backs toward the walls. These were the min isters and their scribes.' Bare, white washed walls, a bit of straw matting covered by a rug, a few sheets of pa per, pens and ink, and before us lay the official machinery of an empire. We .entered the 'reception room, which was vacant, but down a passage that descended two steps in its course we saw the monarch seated cross-legged upon a couch. The doctor surprised me by mum bling in Arabic then yelling, "Sidi," at the top of his voice. I recognized the jroeedure of the M'Hasni and mumbled something like it. We bowed, proceeded so far, halted, then bowed again, and repeated this until we stood before the great presence. At last the ruler him self lowcd a solemn acknowledgement of our being and waved us to be seated. We waited in silence, inspecting this swarthy Oriential, with a touch of the! negro in a somewhat Semitic counte nance. He looked worried anil glanced down the corridor peevishly to see if all had arrived. In telpreted his look at our empty hands as a glance of dis-l approval. J erceivmg alter a wait that the sultan desired no conversation, the doctor proclaimed the interview ended. --From Harper's Weekly. ed between the yacht Stave Island, on which he is employed as engineer, and the wharf at the foot of College street. One of the tenders on the boat became separated from the yacht which : grinding against the wharf and Proctor endeavored to attach another. In doingi this he got wedged in so that he could j not escape and it is feared several riba are fractured. FOR DANDRUFF, FALLING HAIR OR ITCHY SCALP 25 CENT "DANDERINE" Save Your Hair! Danderine Destroys Dandruff and Stops Falling Hair and Scalp Itching at Once Groa Hair, We Prove It. If you care for heavy hair that glistens with beauty and is radiant with life; has an incomparable softness and is fluffy and lustrous, you must use Itanderine, because nothing else accom plishes so nruch for the hair. Just one application of Knowlton's Danderine will double the beauty of your hair, besides it immediately dis solves every particle of dandruff; you cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair if you have dandruff. This destructive ticurf robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life, and if not overcome it produces a feverishness and itching of the scalp; the hair roots fam ish, loosen and die; then the hair fallal out fast. If your hair has been neglected and) is thin, faded, dry, scraggly or too oily, don't hesitate, but get a 2j-cent bottl( ot Knowlton's Danderine at any drugl store or toilet counter; apply a littloi as directed and ten minutes after yoitj will say this was the best investment you ever made. We sincerely believe, Tegardless of everything else advertised, that if yowl desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and' lots of it no dandruff no itching! scalp and no more falling hair yoiij must use Knowlton's Danderine. IP eventually why not now ? A 23 -cent bottle will truly amaze you. trfTTT?t?T?TTTTtt 1 GRANITEVILLE. Dance in Miles hall Saturday even ing, ?ept. 7, under the auspices ol the Imperial orchestra. A. C. DELICIOUS "SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR A BAD LIVER OR SLUGGISH BOWELS This gentle, effective fruit laxative thoroughly cleans your stomach, liver and 30 feet of bowels of sour bile, poisons, gases and clogged-up waste. A harmless cure for sick headache, for biliousness,' for a sour, gassy, dis ordered stomach, for constipation, in digestion, coated tongue, sallowness. pim ples take delicious Syrup of Figs. For the cause of all these troubles lies in a torpid liver and sluggish condition of your thirty feet of bowels. A teaspoonful of Syrup of Figs to night means all poisonous wsste mat ter, the undigested, fermenting food and sour bile, gently moved on and out of vour system by morning, without grip ing, nausea or weakness. It means a cheery day to-morrow many bright davs thereafter. I'lease don't think of gentle, effective Syrup of Figs as a physic. Don't thinw jou are drugging yourself, for luscious fgs, senna and aromatic cannot injure anyone. Hut tsmaiiabla Xiuit preparation is a wonderful stomach, liver and bowel cleanser, regulator and tonic, (he safest end most positive ever devised. The day of violent purgatives, such fis calomel, pills, salts ami castor oil i.s pat. They were all wrong. You got relief, but at what a cost! They acted by flooding the bowels with fluids, but these fluids were digestive juices. Syrup of Figs embody only harmless laxatives, which act in a natural way. It does what right food would do whai eating lots of fruit and what plenty of exercise will do for the liver, stomach mid bowels. Be sure you get the old reliable and genuine. Ask your druggist for the full name, "Syrup of Figs and Klixir of Senna." prepared by The California Fig Syrup Company. Hand back, with seorn lug vnited in wishing to meet on many more such occasions. B. P. Flmer of Alva. Fla., has been ili since Thursday night, with malaria, at the home of Miss Flora Atkins. He is slowly improving. MONTPELIER. A large number of people from this town went to Barre Saturday to listen to Col. Roosevelt's address. Wendell Goodrich went to Lyndon on Monday, where he is to attend the agri cultural school. Herbert Emery and wife of Marshfleld were in town Monday. Mrs. Ira Goodrich was in Marshfield Monday. Miss Irene Dwinell went to Cabot on Monday, where she has a position a teacher in the grammar grades of the village school. Schools in town commenced Tuesday, Rrpt. 3. The teachers at the village school are: Grammar room. Miss Evelyn Perry of Plainfield and primary room, Misg Blanche Small of Ilinesbnrg. SOUTH CABOT. Hiram Darling and wife were at C. B. Bouldry's over Labor day. Byron XeUon and daughter, Laura of Montpelier, spent Sunday and Monday at L. .1. Eastman's. School liegun Thursdiy with Dorc En r.is of "Marshfleld as teaehnr. Mrs. Hat tie Woodward of St. Johns bury and Ralph Murry and Maud Wood ward, of Danville, were guests of E. M. Putnam Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Houehton was in Baruet Tuesday. Mrs. James X'eedham of Barnet is vis iting her daughter, Miss W. J. Houghton. C. E. Scribner and wife were in Barre and Montpelier on business. Tuesday. Mavo vman and wife of Marshtiel l. and Mrs. Golden, visited at W. R. Tih- bett's Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Hobart of Marshfleld hill, was the guest of H. F. Morse Sunday. What might have been a serious acci dent was prevented at Joe's ;.ond Mon day, when Xathan Plumlr Was working on James Bouldry'a cottage. Tfie stag ing gave way over the water, lettin: Mr. Plumlev 'fall some 12 feet into tin water, causing only a slightly sprainc wrist and a wet back. Engineer Morrison of the Central Ver mont Railway company has been in the city, consulting with the board of trade relative to the beautifying of the Ber lin side of the highway leading from the Junction to this city. The East Barre baseball team de feated the Logan Squares yesterday at Intercity park by the score of 0 to 4. Band Concert at Montpelier. Program t concert to be given by tli. Montpelier Military band on Thursday veiling. Sept. .. at 8 o'clock: March "The Peerless King" . ...Losch Overture "Barber of Seville" ..Rossini Allegretto and Andante Sostenuto from that "Rnllett Egyptian' . . Luigini! Galop "Heigh Ho " eingarte'.i !dvl "Mountain Maiden's Prayer" . . Labitzzkr Selection frm "Faust"' Gounod Waltz "Wedding Sounds'' ... Fahrbae!i March "Helen" Merrill The Olympic's Two Records. A cable from Cherbourg announcej that the' White' Star Liner "Olympic sailed at 7 p. m. .Monday for Xew lork with 1215 cabin passengers parallelin her own carrying record on the Angus' voyage westbound last year these i-e ords being far and awav the largest call in passengers ever carried across the At lantic on one steamer. After her recent arrival from Belfast. the "Olympic" was only 2.) hours at her pier, a new record for" coaling and pro visioning the largest ship in the world. WASHINGTON. Remember the dates of the Wash ington fair. Sept. 3, fl and 7. The horses hve begun to arrive and the large list of entries shows that the racing will be unusually good. Everything points to the best fair ever held by the society. Track Superintendent Houghton is work SOLD CHEAP ii ! K IN "MUCK MILK" Ji ALL CAN LEARN IF THEY READ D Is Not Necessary to Burn the Candle at Both Ends to Get Infor mation. It used to be said that the only way to learn was to get up before daylight and study and then put in as much time ak. possible in studying at night before retiring. This was called "Burning the candle at both ends." In days of modern methods of com-j pilation and arrangement, one eun gain ell the necessary knowledge and infor mation without so much study and la bor. This is the purpose of Everybody's Cyclopedia which is being distributed on a complimentary basis by The Timed. This great reference work is condensed without losing any of its useful sub jects. It wns compiled by the card system and while retaining accuracy, condensation has been developed to a line art in the clear and concise presen tation of essential facts. The exact knowledge sought was condensed to the plainest terms consistent with clearness and nothing of value was omitted. This plan allowed the inclusion of a greater number of subjects than can be toiind in any similar work of reference. Everybody's Cyclopedia is complete in five octavo volumes, the most con venient size for general use. One oT the chief faults of the old form of ref erence works is that they are - cum bersome and inconvenient to handle ami the information sought is seldom found under its special heading, which neces sitates research in dr3', technical terms. The distribution on this big little set is conducted by several hundred pa pers throughout the country with thr object of carrying out an educational plan of national scope. All that is re quired of the reader is to clip six cou pons and present them at this offiei1 with the promotion expense amount re tired, as explained in the announce ments. Clip your coupons and present them t the eirliest ossiblc moment. h; I a n H 8' Montpelier Seminary RALLY $ FOR SUCCESS Elect your course at M. S. College Preparation Business Art Elocution Music I A Good Boarding School if I OPENS SEPTEMBER 10, 1912 j Sexd for Catalogue E. A. COOPER - - - - Acting Principal j rnn;cunnnn::;u::a::u;:;mi;m:u;:;;;:::u;::;;un:;;:;i;;:s;a FAR M TALK Plenty of Fun! Visitors to the Vermont state fair, to e held at White River, Junction, Sep cmber 17, 18. 10 and 20 will find fun ut of the ordinary in the antics of the orpulent gentlemen who compose thr 'at Men's Club of Xew England. The bib meets at the grounds the first day f the fair and in the evening are treat d to a big fireworks exhibition. But mi Wednesday morning comes the real The Syracuse Sulky Plow draws easier, does better work, does more work, is easier for man and team. If you doubt these statements, I refer you t F. M. Allen, Morrison Farm, Barre; A. T. Smith, Barre; Otfo Friberg, Barre; Harry Whitney. Williamstown; E. L. Traey. WUliamstown ; E. C. " Gould, Cabot ; Angus Smith, Cabot ; G. A. Bar tlett, Plainfield; Herbert Kelton, Easl Montpelier; and if you are not acquainted with any of these men, I will giva you a list of fifty names of men who are using these Plows, and refer you td anr of them, with perfect confidence that they will tell you that, the- SYRA CU'SE PLOW "IS THE BEST OX EARTH." A. W. ALLEN, Averill Mills '" fnr t,,e U men will "act up'' for ggM. MWuou;aaKuatRnugsn:gK:: he amusement of the crowds. There il all sorts of fat men's sports, foot races, w heelbarrow races, I tt .ill be ncli as 'ng-of-war, etc., and on Wednesday aft rnoon the fat men will head the pro ession of prize stock around the track. The midway and tree vaudeville thii year will be profuse in fun-making fea tures and no one will love the grounds without a grin of satisfaction. W. W. Pearce, manager at Tark v Washington, pleaded guilty before .lu tice of the Peace Bell to selling a ehea; er grade of malted milk from jars i loiiick .Malted .vlilk'' hail be blown and when llorlick's Malted Mi was called for. He was fined .f'J.i ai ?osts. The complaint was signed 1 Food Commissioner Bailey, who is detc mined to stop the practice of substiti' ing one brand of goods for another wit- out notification of the substitution be in. any Fig Syrup imitation recommended ing on the track and will have it all made. Oregon Sunday Journal, Port ak "just as good," right. Everybody come. land, Oregon. Sue. I seen a piece that a feller wrote About a girl he knew, 'X' the way he spoke about her eyes V hair," 'X' for nifty ways V face so fair. Vou could tell he'd been down Cedar Branch, Where the grass grows green on Simp kins's Ranch, 'X' seen my sweetheart, Sue. in !S it IS 'ini Todd, who's gone through college, tried To slip me a iosh or two. iiw that poet had lived a long ago, j f ocn buried a thousand years or, so, j tt it T said: "Jim, you're a kidder, see? t ' you might fool some, but you can't j li fool me. JJ That poet sure meant Sue. tt Do Your Own Repairing A complete Portable Machine Shop in one tool for fanners, auto owners, gerages, machine shops, in fact, evfiy person having repair! to make will save ;-ost of machine in short time. Local agents wanted in every town in Orange, Washington, Cr. !eiloni:i, Essex, and Orleans coun ties." Write lor terms and prices at once. iHjn't get left. J. L. ARKLEY, Barre, Vi. Safes Manager for Above Counties '