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THE ' BAIUIE DAILY TIMES, JUUKE, VT., TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1913.
6 Owes Life to This Consumption Remedy It I beyond li ii inn n puwrr to rftrm nilrm-loa. 'I lie inn ken of ICckniiiu'it Al terative, a mnmly fur l'onnuiuitliu, do not claim Unit It Hill rextnre very oue to iiprfix t health, line no umny huve volun tarily tntlhVd It snv1 thi'lr llvrs. Unit nil who hiiv HiIk ilrcnil OImciih hIioiiUI limmtlicntK mid try It. It Bbuulil Ntoii the nlKlit rii(, mluce fever, promote n pi'llte mill In very nmiir rases, prolong" life, ltend what It at'CouipllHlivd In thin rat: Cntherlne Ave. and Ascot I'lnce, Queen's Court, L. I. "(irnl lemeu : In the year J'.MIS J was tnken Willi a heavy euld and a nnty rough and went to Severn! . (Inetors, In liudinv a specialist. Their medicines full ed. I then went to the Intskllls, nut the coukIi "till kept up. I itnyed there a year nnd then went on a farm near Jersey City, a very sick man, "My brother then recommended Eck nun's Alterative to me very hlKUly. At find I would not consent to line It, owlnir to the fuel that I hud taken o ninny medicines wltliout belli helped In any way. but finally I consented. It la now noiirly two yeiirs since I first took It. I nin now cured mid I dure any tbat I would hnve been burled long nun If It had not been for ICclciiiiin's Alterative. I wish to thfink you for the (Soilseuil- to me. Wherever 1 go 1 lilK'ily recoinuieud the Alterative. as I owe my life to It." (Sworn Affidavit) JOS. J. TKOKSCIIKR. Kektnnn'a Alterative la effective In Hron chltls, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat and Limr Trouble, and In upbuilding the system. Dora not contain poisons, opiates ' or hoblt formliiir drugs. Ask for booklet telllnir of recoveries, and write to Kcknniu I.nbnrafory, rhilnilelphbi. ra., ror more evi dence. I-'or sole by nil lending druggists Krd Cross Pharmacy IJarre, Vt. WAITSFIELD. RANDOLPH. Miss Dura Douglas, who lias been in White River' Junction since the middle of last week, returned home Monday. . Miss Cora Noble left on Monday for Montpelier, where she will pass the week vith freinds. Mrs. .Tames Menard of Claremont, N". 1 who lias been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C'lestic Stevens, since Wednes day, started on her return home Mon day. Mrs. K. 0. Hlanchard left on Monday for Boston to pass several days," and Miss Uertha M&nney, a teacher in one of the grades, left also, to visit Mrs. l. A. (Skinner for a week. , Miss Jul drcd Hutching, who has been passing lier ten riava' vacation here, returned the fame day to resume study at Simmons 'fition in the Protestant Opiums' asylum college. William J. Graves is homo from Ran dolnh for a week' vacation. ()rri K. MeAlliNter of the Randolph high school ia spending her vacation at home, Mr. and Mr. Thomas . Niell were in Muretnun Thursday, Clayton Dana was in Montpelier on i.nuin..uii luHt Thiirsdav and Irulay Micbu.d Morinrtv. who is over 80 years old, fell in the yard of his home ,.t Tliiirm av. but was tortunaie enouifti to break no bones, though bruising his head and body. C. 11. Neweomb lias Decn uaviuK mo grippe. tieorge Buzzell, who has been suffer ing from tonsilitis and quinsy sore throat, is somewhat better. Misses Katherinc aud Mary Casey of Moretown were visitors at V. D. .Grif fith's several days last week. Miss Ktta Boweii is staying with her sister, Miss Florence Bowen, in Bethel for several weeks. Ben Greenwood has gone to Montreal to learn barber work. O. G. Eaton has bought the printing business recently owned by Henry Bet tis. Harry Matthews went to Montreal last week for several days' stay. Will 1-ong was in Waterbury Satur day.' (jeorge Joslyn, tne uonator oi me Joslyn Memorial library, who lives in Omaha, Neb., had the roof of his house torn off and the grounds of his estate devastated in the recent cyclone. Miss Marion Xiell lias resumed her position as bookkeeper in Griffith & Niells. Arthur Barnard has returned to Bris tol to settle his business there, before becoming postmaster. Miss Kvelyn Wells of Montpelier is visiting Miss Klsio Jxinj. Karlc Baird and Ward Joslin are at home for a week's vacation from the state agricultural school at Randolph. Dr. W. J. Howard was called to Hinesburg last Wednesday and Thurs day by the illness of Mrs. Howard's other. Hazel and Carey rainier entertained about 15 of their playmates with a sugar party on Saturday. Miss Stella Huntley has accepted a po Try the New Way of Curing Corns Easy as One, Two, Three; No Fuss, No Pain, by Using "GETS-IT." Just take two seconds to put a little "GUTS-IT" on that corn. That corn is "dono for" as sure as the sun rises. The corn shrivels up, vanishes. That's the Miss Jennie Blanchard went to Low ell, Mass., Monday to visit her sister, Miss Jessie Blanchard, who is attend ing a business college in Lowell. GRANITEVILLE. Card of Thanks. The undersigned wishes to thank all neighbors and friends who so generously lielped her in the contest during the For esters' fair. Miss Gladys McAuley. Pains in the Stomach If you continually complain of pains in the stomach, your liver or your kid neys are out of order. Neglect may lead to" dropsy, kidney trouble, diabetes or Bright's disease. Thousands recommend Electric Bitters as the very best stom ach and kidney medicine made. H. T. Alston of Raleigh, N. C, who suffered jWith pain in the stomach and back, writes: "My kidneys were deranged and my liver did not work right. I suf fered much, but Electric Bitters was recommended and 1 improved from the , first dose. I now feel like a new man." It will improve you, too. Only 50c and $1.00. Recommended by the Red Cross : Pharmacy . Advt. in Burlington. Miss Helen Tucker and brother, War ren Tucker, of Burke, N. Y., are spend ing their Easter vacation with their sister, Mrs. Alfred Blair, and brother, Roy Tucker, Maurice Joslin of Montpelier is visit ing relatives in town. William C. Kelsey returned Friday from Massachusetts. Richard J. Gleason, who lias been critically ill, is improving. Paul Buzzcll, who has been critically ill with pneumonia at the Waterbury asylum, had an operation Friday, by which his lungs were relieved of three quarts of fluid. When I Think of All the Things I Tried for Corns and Failed, and 'GETS-IT Got 'Em in a Hurry." surprise vou get by using this new-plan corn cure. There's nothing to stick to the stocking or sock; your corn pains stop, ou re saved the bother of apply ing plasters that make the corn bulge out from the core. You re Bavea saives that eat into the healthy flesh and "pull"; no more fussing with bandages. You don't have to help by picking and dragging out your corns, or cutting with knives or razors. "GETS-IT" is safe, painless, stops pain, never, hurts healthy lleBh. It is guaranteed. Try it on warts, callouses and bunions, too. "GETS-IT" is sold at all druggists' at 23 cents a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. Sold in Barre by C. H. Kendrick & Co., E. A. Drown. ,; ,V"7v; J I AMUSEMENT NOTES. WATERBURY. When it is known that its power to strengthen the sys tem and build up the body is why Father John's Medi cine cures colds, it will be un derstood why it is so valu able as a tonic and for driv ing the impurities out of the system. It feeds the tissues and makes strength; pre vents pneumonia and con sumption not a patent medicine; pure and whole some 50 years in use. Lyman H. Howe's Pictures Show Effi ciency in Military Training. Lyman H. Howe's moving pictures prove conclusively that instead of mili tary traininj' , hi America being "defi cient" it is, on the contrary, as efficient ar the training of the best military in stitutions in any coutry in the world. In fact the perfect drill, horsemanship, manoeuvres, target practice and other phases of tlie student's life, depicted from his arrival as a raw recruit to his graduation as a cadet, will come as a revelation even to Americans. They will be presented by Mr. Howe at the opera house on Wednesday night, April 2nd. This splendid reproduction was made possible only by the active co-operation of the ollicers and authorities of the academy, who freely extended the facili ties to obtain such striking scenes. Al though the U. S. war department has for many years designated this academy as one of the most distinguished institu tions of the kind in America, it ha not Wen so well known by the public-at-large and that very fact lends additional interest to these scenes, A thrilling escape from infuriated lions; building a New York skyscrapcrr dynamiting a mountain; a jaunt through Holland: u ride through the Simplmi tunnel connecting Italy and Switzerland; another through the Niagara gorge; a visit to la Granja, Spain; the Milan Cathedral; Paris fashions; jelly fish of the Mediterranean, and trapping mon keys arc some of the features of the new program. Adv. . MONTPELIER. Prof. M. B. Hilleyas of Columbia uni versity was recently in town in con sultation with Supt. R. V. Palmer on rural school problems. ' The funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Phillips was held at their home on Crossett Hill Sunday aft ernoon. Rev. W. 1j. Douglass officiated. The child died of bronchial pneumonia. Other members of the family, who have been ill, are better. Mr. and Mrs. James Durand of Jones ville were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Magee. Mrs. Eva L. Belli and Lewis Girard. both of Montpelier, were united in mar riage by Hev. V . h. JJoicotirt at tne Miss Florence Pierce of Moretow n has Congregational parsonage Monday morn- been visiting Miss Dorothy Miner the past week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bettis spent Sun day in Waterbury. Mrs. Herbert Johnson and son. How ard., of Waterbury have at Levi Bovec'n. Mrs. Hany 1 lo-laett of Hudson. N. If., is visiting liu uol.ici, Mrs. Ann Somer ville. Miss Vtuic S! hi -r returned Saturday from Hcaton hospital, where she had an operation on her toe. ing, the single ring service neing useu. They are to reside in Montpelier. Kev. E. A. Bishop, president of Mur phy college in Pennsylvania, is expect ed' to be in town durinir the week of been visiting!.,. l,,tm,tist. tnisconal conference in Hardwirk. Miss -Mary Lease, instructor in in strumental music at Goddard seminary, was at the home of her parents over Sundar. I Barre Man's Lucky Find Will Interest Readers of The Times. i Those having the misfortune to suffer .from backache, urinary disorders, gravel, dropsical swellings, rheumatic pains, or other-kidney and bladder disorders, will read with gratification this encouraging statement by a Barre man. M. I. Spaulding, painter, 1(J Seminary ftreet, Barre. Vt.. says: "I. still use Do mi's Kidney Pills, produced at Drown's drug store, but not very otten, as the cure they made has lasted. I gladly con firm my former statement." The above statement must carry eon. viction to the mind of every reader. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Spaulding had the remedy backed by home testimony. 50c, nil stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back Is Lame Remem ber the Name." , A CARD. We, the undersigneu, do hereby agree to refund the money on a oO-cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it fails to cure your cough or cold, we also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refunded. Red Cross Pharmacy, E. A. Drown, C. 11. Kendrick & Co. D. F. Davis, George L. Edson, J. D. McArthur, W. B. Miles & Co, McAllister Bros, D. C. Howard, J. A. Cumming, Barre Drug Store, J. W. Parmenter. WEST BERLIN. NORTHFi&LD FALLS. e I I When YOU want a piece of Jpwplrv. come in and see ! I nnr anlpnrlirl rlisnlflv. I j. JEWELRY i i j O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler 200 Main St., Sole Agency for I "Boston American" in Barre. I Miss Mildred Adams of Northfield vis ited Miss Claudia Robinson last week, alfo Miss Ethel Lewis of South Royal ton. Miss Laura Averill of Northfield Falls visited Miss Addie Kimball last week. Misses Addie Emerson and Hazel Col by were in Montpelier Saturday. R. M. Lamson of South Had ley Falls, Mass., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Kimball. Charles Sanders of Northfield Falls is employed by A. S. Libbey. Mrs. W. C. KeyeB and daughter, Beu lah, of WoodsviHe, N. II., are visiting her mother, Mrs. M. J. Avers. George Strecter was in ifontpelier on Saturday. : C. L. Strceter was in Northfield last week. REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mrs. Wimslow s Sootrinu Svarr baa bem ed for over SIXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS) of lr. and Mrs. Bert Hutchins visited Mr. and Mrs. Ror Rich at George Alex ander's, near Middlesex,'' 'over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Axte.ll. who have been stopping at Clarence Rich's the past month, have gone to Grand Isle, where they both have employment in -a summer hotel. Mrs. Dumas has finished earing for her mother, Mri. Greenwood, and is liv ing at Mrs. French's. Henry Sommers and family have moved into the Cross farmhouse and Mr. Sommers is to work in the mill. E. P. Barber, superintendent of the J. .T. Regan Mfg. Co., Rockville. Conn,, visited his father, R. W. Barber, over Sunday, returning to bis home Mon day. Mary and Wnlter Legier, who are em ployed in the asylum at Waterbury, visited their parents lnt week. Mrs. Fred Peppir has been on the sick list the past week. City Council Orders Street Repairing and Investigation of Smallpox Quarantine. The city council held a special session last evening and authorized Street Com missioner Roberts to put extra men and teams at work at once in repairing the streets, some of which are practically impassable since the reavy rains. On some of them teams cannot go, on ac count of washouts, and sidewalks have caved in. About 20 more men and four teams will be employed on the street work at once. It was voted to pay $2, 000 interest on high school bonds and 1M.320 interest on other 'bond April 1. One of the smallpox cases is near the Baptist church, where there is a school room, and it is aliened the quarantine is not being properly kept and that school children are being exposed. The matter will be investigated. The body of Mrs. Edward E. Black well was brought here last night from Brandon and a prayer service was held at the grave by Rev. Homer Flint. The bearers were Maurice Dewey, Dr. Julius Dewey, Osman D. Clark, Frank D. Dewey, F. A. Howland and George P. Dewey. John Hutchinson of Northfield has been appointed county fish and game warden, in place of Joseph A. Chapin, who had held the place for several years. "Officer 666" Thursday Evening. A battle of wits that is viewed with intense interest as waged bv the sleuth and the cracksman in, "Officer Oliti" has made that play the most interesting pro duction given to the American stage in many years and easily the most talked about. It succeeded , in creating a veritable sensation when presented in New York and Chicago a year ago, where the interest aroused kept the box oflice busy and the theatre crowded during its record run in the eastern and western metropolis. "Officer WW which will be seen here for the first time at the opera house on Thursday, April 3 is a jolly good farce and the secret of its wonder ful appeal mav be attributed to the rid dle that its plot presents, the solving of which is accomplished in a perfect maze of merriment and heightened bv the un folding of a charming love story that threads the three' acts of Augtistin Mac Hugh s thrilling detective story. Adv MORGAN STALLION AT PLAINFIELD. BRAINTREE. Miss Lilla Chad wick returned home from the Mary Fletcher hospital, Sat urday. ' . Si Gardner Wallace, who has been work ing at the talc mine at East Granville for some time, is having a two weeks' vacation, part of which time he is spend ing with his sister, Mrs. Perkins Flint. People who attend the hill church dur ing the summer will be glad to know that Rev. George O. Howe of Randolph has consented to act as pastor after his arrival from the South the first of June. Mrs. Nancy Abbey, a lady over 80 years oil. who has been living the past winter at Charles Martin's, was taken to Waterbury last week for treatment at the asylum. One of the twin sons born to Mr. and Mrs. Emery Stone, Sunday, has died. The other is doing nicely. Miss Bessie Manning of Hancock came Monday to spend part of her vacation at Otis Riford's and part at Harry N. Flint's. One of Government Arrivals at Middle- bury to Be in that Town. Throuch the efforts of Orlando S. Mar tin. a Morgan staiiion is to be brought from the government farm in -Middle burv to Plainfield. for free service dur ing the coming season to all approved mares. W. F. Hammond, superintendent of the Middlebury farm, will come to Plainfield in the near future to canvass owners of mares in Plainfield and sur rounding towns. The purpose of the goverment in doing this is to breed suffi cient Morgans to furnish remounts for the cavalry service in the United States army. EAST BARRE. Drive Sick Headaches Away Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach, indigestion, biliousness disappear quick ly after you take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They purify the blood and put new life and vigor in the system. Try them and you will be well satisfied. Every pill helps; every box guaranteed. Price, 2."c. Recommended by the Red Cross Pharmacy. Advt. RANDOLPH CENTER. SOUTH CABOT. MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHIL8 ' hnrtli tlin,lav TKKTHINO. with FKRHHCT SUCCESS. It I Derl"' "iinuitj. Elsie Boree and little grandson, Teddy, visited her daughter, Mrs. David Col- eoOTHKS the CHIL1, HOP-TENS the GUMS, ALLAYS all PAIN . CURES WINU COLIC, and ia the best remedy for KIARK1KHA. It is ab solutely harmleu. Be aure and ak for " Mrs. Winslow'a ttootbinc Synip." and take do other kuod. Twenty-five ceata a botUc Wall Paper Our cut price sale of Wall Paper for the past two weeks has been so large and has so far exceeded our expecta tions and brought us so many new cus tomers that we have decided to continue to give the same liberal discount, i. e., 10 per cent discount on all spot cash sales, for another week. C. A. HEATH Andrew Corliss is very ill with the grippe. GoJdie Tebbetts has gone to Marsh field to spend the week with her cousin, Mr. Milton Northrop. Helen Lamberton of Marshfield hill is visiting at W. R. Tebbetts'. Mrs. -Warren -Swan, who fell recently and injured one hip, is getting along nicelv. Will Dutton is in Peacbam for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. John Lapoint and broth er, Pearl.- of Peacham, were guests at 1). A. Colberth's.-Sunday. Mrs. E. 'M.' Putnam is in very poor health, being confined to the bed. . C. N. Tlumley is helping at A. G. S. 'Corliss' while .Mr. Corliss is sick. Mrs. .Tame Bouldry is gaining slow ly, having had quite a hard attack of the grippe. Dr. Leonhardt's Hcm-Roid Cures Piles A regular physician's treatment, called HEM-ROID, is the result of practical teiperienc and acientific research. jThanka to the Doctor' generosity, it can now t obtained at druggists' all over America. j The treatment i Hean and simple, 'tnd a fl.(M) paraketr include a 24 days supply of tonic tablets for internal !that act on the circulation, gradually i reducing the swollen parts until tj pilea disappear entirely; never to relwin. ,Th Red Cwt Pharmacy guarantee it. I Any doctor ran rut out pile, but o ,lor(f as the caus remain they 'U rvtara. Ask for IT. Leonharai :r.vi KOID; it remove the cause, let from Dr. Lronhjurdt Co-, ii. V AdU R. E. Slack has bought Mrs. S. B. Carpenter's house and has moved in. George Sweet of Brookfield has moved to A- S. Pride's farm. Rev. Dr. Locke of Brookfield preached at the Congregational church Sunday. Schools in town will open Monday, April 14. Albeit BasRett of Berkley, Mass., is at H. B. Howard's. N. D. Bickford and wife have gone to Iowa. He has left his farm with his brother,' Earl Bickford. Miss Olive Tracy spent last week at East Randolph with her grandparents. Miss Helen Morse of Randolph village is boa riling at E. A. Wheeler's. Louis' I.aBounty, the blacksmith, has bought Mrs. Hartwell's house. EAST CABOT. Harold Cook of Brattleboro is a guest, at W. I. Abbott's for a few days. Franklyn Beaton is back at Robert Barr's, after a few days' illness. . Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Witham of Xoyesville and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoiighton of South Cabot were at Isaac Peck's Sunday. Samuel Chandler went Wednesday to his school work at Lyndonville. Miss Inez Abbott returned Monday to her school at Hardwick academy. Robert Barr had an elm tree cut down last winter that measured KM) feet high; the sttimn measured four tu t. nine Mrs. Fred McAllister has resigned her position as teacher in the second pri- ... i inary department or our school The woman's auxiliary held an enjoy able birthday party Saturday evening in the opera' hall, realizing a neat sum. Miss Anna McCarty of Barre City was the week-end guest of Miss Florence Cutler. A reception and dance was tendered at opera hall last Wednesday evening to the party of five young men of Web sterville, who left the first of the week for western Canada. They were each presented a sum of money as a remind er of the occasion. A reception was given in opera hall Thursday evening by the many friends of Miss' Ellen McAllister, it being her eighteenth birthday. The evening was pleasantly spent in dancing. Refresh ments of punch and .wafers were served. In behalf of those present a purse of money was presented her. Help the Victims. Boston has never yet hesitated to re spond when -the call for help has come from any city or region overwneimeu oy a great disaster. It will " not fail now. The terrible floods of the middlcwest, particularly in Ohio and Indiana, have brought a' loss of life and property, a ruin and suffering, that has had few, if any, parallels in modern history. The fragmentary details, as they come over the w ires, fairly stagger the world. Tliousands are read, ami scores of thou sands, perhaps hundreds of thousands, are homeless, suftering and in desperate want. . President Wilson himself has is sued an appeal for help, and in word de liberatfly chosen ues upon the nation the imperative need of generous contri butions to the treasury of the Red Cross, whose oxpfrieneed representatives are taking up the work of rescue and relief. For the Red Cross is the one agency equipped and in readiness for just such appalling emergencies. It aids prompt Iv. and where the need is most urgent. It is a scientific almoner, and wastes no monev. Mr. Gardiner M. Lane, the Massachusetts treasurer of this great or ganization, acted with characteristic nd commeudahle viwr yesterday, when he secured and telegraphed nearly $20.HK) to Red Cross headquarters in Washington. This was a apletidiil beginning and the list of the first subscribers to the fund is a credit to Boston. But more is ne?d ed. - Subscription should be sent and sent at once to Mr. Lane at 44 State street. Let Boton do its part generous, com panionate Boston, that never yet failed or faltered when humanity has called and let it be renieinl-red that to eivc - , .Illt 1 1 "V inches in diameter, and the first liinliL,:..!!,. to cive doublv. Boston Her- - . n t a - I I ' was 43 feet from the ground. MARSHFIELD. The public whist party on Friday evening at lythisn tiall w.is wen at tended and greatly enjoyed oy all. Jen tables were filled and "new 'snrsr and plain doughnuts were served. Much in terest is taken in these gatherinps. as the proceeds go to assist the Village Improvement unciety. The next party will be Yn Friday evening, April 4. at L. B. Adams'. Let there be a full house. Everybody welcome. Among the victims of the messlcs i.re Mi Lulueen Hall. Giauys Siilham. Kubv Davis, Karle Smith and Msynard Ellis'. WORTH MONTPELIER. Vk-tor TenipleUm is dong carpenter worn for t lark Sibley at Et Mont pel;er this week. I'reparatioti are being made to r- R mk- mi! M the mill Lunto, Alolph Lan of Barre was a busmrs! their "Kai-toi y-to-Faroily rUitor in ton a Friday. Uaalin.. AdvU aid. Roosevelt Hits at Middlemen Tediiv Roosevelt in talking to two hundred representative Grangers from Pennsylvania lat fall, seemed to fix the high i"o of living firmly on the middle men. He said in part: "I believe we fhould drive out every middleman who does riot help the consumer." In this Mr. Rooev. It is unconsciously recom mendinsr the I-arkiti plan, which is to save all cost tbat adds no value. Larkin "Factory-to-Family" dealinir does away with all unnecessary middlemen. It en ables you or anyone ele ti buy at f ac-j torv price, the soaps. foodtdtifT. toilet article, eewinc supplies, stationery, etc.. ! that you would otherwise pay full price; for at the More. The saving is fully; one-half. You get fi.i worth of poods j for every dollar yoti ejiend. If you are j not saving money thi way, write to the; larkin Co.. Rufclo, X. V.. at once, and : ask them for their large Catalog R 21. which give full information regarding mrUiod vl Those who know buy DE LAVAL Separators Creamerymen Because they we experts in the handling of cream and know by long experience that the De Laval skims cleaneit and wears longest. That is why 98 of the Worldi creameries use the De Laval exclusively. .... , Experienced Dairymen The De Laval is the universal favorite among big dairymen. They know that no other separator will give them such satisfactory service. ' r)A h. I nvl I Ir VCr.never a man who has used an old model De Laval decides to purchase a later style macrune ne in variaklif Kitv Anntkr Da Laval. Men Who Investigate K anyone taices me ume w investigate the merits of the various cream separators. either by finding out from other users wnat una of service their machines have given or Dy testing other machines out against the De Laval, the chances are a hundred to one that his choice will be the (De Laval. More De Laval 1 machines are in use than any other make. There is a reason. Come in and we will tell you why. is ii 1 1 v rs3-r mmami msm ik mi ill vr-jri . ni m M mm lsan b i e n. i rit iii i I'linimetv r t. u mm A em More than 1,500,000 DE LAVAL-S now in use. L. B. DODGE u BARRE 0 DODODQCDDDDDDDOnDDQnaQEODDanDODniiQD : fir i , ;r ' '11 :r0M . fit', . - ' f y : -fS . ceh3-ofW7urt.-i lYBau.iV.s.jiu.mRt joool First Glass Photographs Special carbon enlargements.' Children's portraits a specialty. - Visit my studio and see for yourself. R. Cantu Art Studio 307 North Main St. Tel. 323-12 Barre, Vt. ii. iii.ir ifri '-if :- ' ' ' 1 We are out with a defy to the best home bakers to equal the quality of the Pies, Cakes and Bread that are turned out in this modern, sanitary Bakery Shop. And we maintain the quality of our goods, too, not for a few days, but week in and week out, year in and year out. Can you say that much about 'your own efforts? A trial of our baked goods will convince you of the superior qualities. . II eaMaaalSK-SSKSHiafSSaiiasSSSHSlSSSisSBBHBiBHssHssssaiBBvaHaia's 1 ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES . . fc sWI -. v. v- w r trt m t at, m T a at Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings . HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders For Furniture tTadrtafcra a ad Ltcn.i XaabalaaM-a. Dpt Sqsuu-a. Barr Talapaaa Coaaaetiaaa 12.S-1 UZr. P.rrr. 415-8 Mr. Kaaaaa. 4i5-3 f ii n