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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1912.
ii S3 n A i. f M ore .OwmeIIVv Figltifc AMo s amoos 0 0 rl EE Has arrived, and we just want to tell you that it is "ALL TO THE GOOD"A Coffee that 1,250,000 families are now using because it is HONEST COFFEE, DELICIOUS COFFEE; because it is SATISFACTORY COFFEE; because it is ECONOMICAL TO USE, ON ACCOUNT OF ITS FULL STRENGTH AND ABSOLUTE PURITY. JIM .' ' ' u9mv. M I iiiii i jijii imii NiLiiim:.iinMiiinjl m .Wkiii MU-.J J 1 t ft" 30,000 POUNDS OF WHITE HOUSE" AND OTHER HIGH-GRADE ROASTED COFFEES -FROM- DWINELL-WRIGHT CO. PRINCIPAL COFFEE. ROASTERS BOSTON CHICAGO -''wEvy' ''ft'w"'l'1'1'' ummmmmmmm m tmvmw. Pnnwt. . nnwi,iwra.m..CTH' uw niiiiiiiiiwjm I 1 , f " ' ' ..... .... A T m.A. iWm.iO..'l)ir.)H L4 m?? sL-Av c ws';;, ' - OV 0 I i -?mU8k1HiiUie-&. t r H ? ?a ri- 1 ndi riiri inrtiin RRnnf ry nn.l THE BURLINGTON GROCERY CO. Burlington, Vt. J 53 r'3 Is Something Here Specially for You BESIDES "White House" this car contains the following well known Coffees ALL GOOD ONES "Excelsior" "Royal High-grade" "Boston Combination" "Superior Blend" "Royal Blend" "Old Gold" "Small Bean", and many private brands. Also 1300 POUNDS of "ROYAL" SPICES Truly REMARKA BLE, beautifully mill ed, PURE, PUNGENT, PERFECT. "A little goes a LONG WAY." The kind YOU ought to use. THE FOLLOWING VERMONT GROCERS SUPPLY DWINELL-WRIGHT CO. PRODUCTS BURLINGTON, VT. Dolan Bros. Hostwiek Hros. J. A. Lt'tiry Eat. M. A. Rvan E. .S. Spear & Co. V. R. ISnoon (ito Kurt Win". Suckstorff BRANDON, VT. F. L. Smith Collins &, Keedham BRISTOL, VT. W. H. Car.lell I. Stewart W. H. Hale BARRE, VT. F. I). Ladil & Co. BELVIDERE, VT. J. O. Thomas BROOKFIELD, VT. L. W. Morse COVENTRY, VT. Oo. J. Boriware CRAFTSBURV, VT. J. D. Lcavitt 1". B. Dunn & Son Cole Bios. CAMBRIDGE, VT. Willey Bros. CHARLOTTE, VT. Stanton Williams CHELSEA, VT. Ordway, Holmes & Co E. FAIRFIELD VT. Henry Mitchell E. RANDOLPH, VT. Sprague & Sprague E. BERKSHIRE, VT. P. E. Paul W. 8. Ruhlee E. HARDWICK, VTj A. K. Montgomery E. CHARLOTTE, VT Cieo. E. Hart EAST BETHEL, VT. J. H. Buck E. CRAFTSBURY.VT H. Z. Harriman O. W. Simpson EAST BARRE, VT. McAllister Bros. C. C. Robie lENOSBURG FALLS,VT. M. V. J'erley &. 10. J as. Uuffey EDEN MILLS, VT. V. L. Wliittemore EDEN, VT. B. W. Maxfleld FERRISBURG, VT. L. S. Pumas F0RESTDALE, VT. Whitcomb &, Bump FLETCHER, VT. W. S. Sliopardaon FAIRFIELD, VT, T. W. Hale FRANKLIN, VT. F. L. Hopkins FAIRFAX, VT. ('. S. Howard J. M. Parson J. W. Tromhly GRANITEVILLE, VT. W. H. Miles & Co. GRANVILLE, VT. H - C. Hubhari HYDE PARK, VT. G. B. Fom HARDWICK, VT. C. F. Davis Hard wick Bakery HUNTINGTON, VT. E. H. Hinds HUNTINGTON CTR. VT. P.. W. Brewster John Miles HINESBURUG, VT. C. (i. Reed IRASBURG, Vt, A. lirahana K. Ixe JOHNSON, VT. S. Barrows Ida M. Barton JEFFERSONVILLE, VT. Han ley Bros. P. F. IT. KEESEVILLE, N. Y. J. H. Pine MIDDLESEX, VT. C. C. Ward & Co. M0RET0WN, VT. P. K. (irilTith M0RRIST0WN, VT. M. W. Carleton MORRISVILLE, VT. K. W. (lates E. W. Terrill A. C, .Sulham MONTPELIER,' VT. P. J. Jerome Sherbiiine & Flint Fred Callahan Ed Gill II. O. Kent J. A. Kellowt Cardini & I'rario Russo & Massucco MONTGOMERY CENTER, VT. t!. A. Gardyne MIDDLEBURY, VT. F. W. Beck w ith NORTHFIELD, VT. Puke & Harrigan E. L. Kerr NEW HAVEN, VT. Everest Bros. NO. W0LC0TT, VT. K. A. -Hastings NO. TUNBRIDGE, VT. C. A. Wight NO. HYDE PARK, VT. K. S. Hazard K. W. Smith NORTH TROY, VT. F. C. Pettes k Co. NO. FERRISBURG, VT. F. E. Baker H. W. Palmer NEWPORT CTR., VT. E. II. Buck NORTHFIELD FALLS, VT. Snow & Lyon PLAINFIELD, VT. Geo. St. Cyr PLATTSBURG, N. Y. J. L. Delaney PUTNAMSVILLE, VT. C. C. Putnam & Son PERU, N. Y. H. K. Hodkins H. T. Saunders PITTSFIELD, VT. Geo. C. Pore F. H. Morrill RANDOLPH, VT. E. A. Morse d RICHF0RD, VT. If. J. Smith H. E. Pemar G. F. Many RANDOLPH CENTER, VT. A. G. Wells ROXBURY, VT. G. A. Tilden STOWE, VT. Miles, McMahon & Co. John R. Wolls SOUTH TROY, VT. A. W. Edmunds F. K. Taylor SOUTH WOODBURY, VT. Bi'Tijamin & Daniels ST0CKBRIDGE, VT. G. B. Fish SHARON, VT. A. B. Horton SHELBURNF, VT. T. M. Thompson Traev & Van N'liet SOUTH STRAFFORD, .VT. B. F. Quimby SHELD0N SPRINGS, VT. II. C. Koyce VERGENNES, VT. A. S. Haven Co. WATERBURY, VT. Ketch urn Bros. WASHINGTON, VT. L. P. Tillotson Co. WIN0OSKI, VT. W. E. Mat-Bride E. Blair F. H. Wfston O. W. Chandler A. Pesautels WESTFIELD, VT. Gritlith & Jv'eill WESTFIELD, VT. II. P. Miller WOLCOTT, VT. R. M. liubbefll C. O. Morse Louis Valley WOODBURY, VT. W. C. Daniels WORCESTER, VT. T. E. Doty F. E. Buck WATER VILLE, VT. A. L. & T. J. Lara way L. E. Tillotson Mann & Austin WARREN, VT. A. L. Spaulding WEST BERLIN, VT. CV H. Robinson WEST BERKSHIRE, VT. John Jelly WEST ENOSBURG, VT. W.'R, Ovitt WATERBURY CEN TER, VT. A. A. Newconib WE FEEL CERTAIN that folks buying some of this splendid lot of hih grade coffees will thoroughly appreciate the opportuity for getting freshly roasted goods right from the biggest coffee plant in the country coffees that are MOST CAREFULLY CHOSEN and MOST SCIENTIFICALLY and HYGENICALLY HANDLED to develop the FINEST FLAVOR and KEEP THEM PURE and WHOLE SOME for SAFE use in families careful of the little precautions that make for healthfulness. While "White House" is THE brand having the largest representation in this big shipment, any of the other brands bearing the guarantee of Dwinell-Wright Co.'s name are ABSOLUTELY DEPENDABLE and DESIRABLE. Burlington Grocery Co., Burlington, Vermont, Wholesale Distributing Agents Z&tJWJl ttttWMiafViMi i.-.i-jilo-" !, l.. ..... .J.J-.xJ,. i. GIRL SWINDLER UNDER ARREST. Confesses to the Police, But Refuses to Give Name. New York, Sept. 28. Posing as a daughter of Governor Foss of Massa chusetts and as the wife of various wealthy men, a girl who refused to give her real name has swindled Boston and N'ew York firms of thousands of dol lars' worth of expensive clothing, accord ing to a confession the police Bay shj made yesterday. She first told the police that she was Frances Hollander, a child of wealthy parents and a pupil in a Baltimore convent. Want a Tonic? Co To Your Doctor Is alcohol a tonic? No! Docs it make the blood pure? No! Does it strengthen the nerves? No! Is Ayer's Sarsaparilla a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pue? Yes! Does it strengthen the nerves? Yes! By asking your doctor you can learn more about tms family mecuanc. rollow his advice. .1 . C. Avar Tn. UNDERTAKERS Licensed Embalmers NIGHT OR DAY CALLS VVJLL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION PERRY & NOON AN Depot Square, Telephones, 425-1-2-3 THREE IN AUTO WERE HURT While Two More Were Seriously Injured to South Paris in his car. Engine trouble developed and the driver is said to have heen listening to his engine when the train struck them ut Hick's crossing. The automobile was completely de molished and the occupants hurled many feet. Walker probably will die. STATE MILITIA KILL ONE GEORGIA CITIZEN CARHITBYGRANDTRUNKTRAIN Accident Occurred Near Norway, Maine All But Driver Students at Hebron Academy and All of Them Young People. Norway, Me., Sept. 28. Three mem bers of an auto party were killed and two seriously injured near here yester day, when their canvas hit by a passen ger train on the Grand Trunk railroad. The dead are: Miss Dorothy Grose, Miss Elizabeth Fairclouth and Harry .Smith. The injured are: William Walker and Forrest ( onant. All except Smith, who drove the automobile, were students at Hebron academy. The young people, each nged about IS. had been invited by Co mint to rilc Another Fatally Wounded and a Third Seriously in Protecting Electric Power Plant From Strikers. Augusta, Ga., Sept. 28. One citizen was killed, another probably fatally wounded, a third seriously injured and several were lired upon by state guards men called out yesterday to protect the street railway power plant from pos sible violence bv striking omployes. The guards 'established a "dead line" and shot Alfred Horn and Ben Baker when they drove a carriage across it, killing Dorn. Jvobert Christie was shot while in an automobile and probably will die. END OF THE STERN CASE. A Skin of C-eauty is n Joy Forever. P R. T. Fpllx Oouraud' Oriental Cream or Magloel Beautifler. RwnoT Tan, Pimp! KrecfcUw, Muth Paicliwk Kaeb, and Skm nd ti7 b!mlifa 00 beaut?, and le fles delect f ii. It Lu itood the teat of 9 rear, and la to hannlrai i tint It tobaturttt la prcpriy mal. Accept no count er felt of almilar name. Pr. L. A. Pavre aald to ltly of thft h ant ton patlfot t Aa ymi latitat will una thrm. 1 f Piiflm n J 'Cioirniiii'ii Crvttm aa the 1-aM harmful of !! ti skin pparalon., Kir aal hj mil dnweta and Fancy Gooda Drtiin Hi tfi tJnHd Mum. Caiitblk utd turor. f LID. T. HOPLXS, Pick 37 Erut Joan Street l Iwk "M i Long Sought Bank Robber Captured at St. Louis. St. Lonis.-Mo., Sept. 28. A year's chase, following the .$20,(HK bank rob bery in New Westminister. B. C. ended in ' St. Louis in the arrest of J. ('. Adams, who was declared to-day to be wanted as one of the roblers. The arrest of his supposed wife. known to the police as deanette Little, in Edwardsville, III., early to-Uay, com pleted the task. Local police and private detectives had been holding Adams since his arrest early Wednesday morning, to apprehend his wife. i Adams, who is also known as Walter Stacey, was declared by the detectives to lw one of the two men who beat Police Lieutenant Burns of Chicago to insensibility in a saloon, when he tried single handed to capture them on the night of Sept. 10. Mystery was thrown about his arrest by the St. Louis police Wednesday and Thursday. Detectives said the arrest of the woman was the key to the situation. She was located by" Assistant Chief Schuettler of Chicago and a private de tective in Elkhart, Ind.. where she dis guised herself as a member of a relig olis order and pretended to be lame. When she left Elkhart, four men trailed her to St. Louis and to a room itijl bouse where a man met her. When they emerged the man was arrested and the woman was allowed to escape to Edwardsville. What We Never Forget, according to science, are the things as sociated with our early home life, such as Bucklen'g Arnica Salve, that mothe or grandmother used to cure our hum, boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, sprains or bruises. Forty years of cures prove its merit. L'nrivaled for piles, corns or cold sores. Only 25 cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy. 3.1 DO YOUR SHOPPING BY MAIL ( XE eivc the same sttention to our mail orders that we eive to personal orders at our counters and you can shop with the same advantages and receive exactly the same merchandise at the same prices as though you came personally to the store to shop. No matter where you live we brine our store and merchandise to you through our advertise ments in The Boston Sunday Papers and offer you the world's best of everything, at the lowest prices. Order by Mail Houghton & Dutton Co. NEW EXGLAXD S GRtfAT CASH STORE. p BOSTON, MASS. fj m & m p m m Eg 0