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THE JIAHHK IMILY TIMHS, HAKICK. VT., TUESDAY, OUTOHKK 2. 1911.
5 Mr. Prouty, Which State Ticket will you support? Mr. Proutv. vou are asking1 for the votes of the PROGRESSIVES. Mr. Prouty, you are asking for the votes of the PROHIBITIONISTS. "CASCARETS" ALWAYS STRAIGHTEN YOU UP if Costive, Headachy, Bilious, Stomach Sour, Breath Bad Clean Your Liver and Bowels Mr. Prouty, you are asking for the votes of DEMOCRATS. the Mr. Prouty, you are asking for the votes of the REPUBLICANS, under the guise of non-partisanship. You are asking the support of all these parties in your candidacy for the United States Senate. Which State Ticket do you Support? PROGRESSIVES supporting their own state ticket ask you this question. (iet a 10-ienfc box now. Yon men and women who can't fret feeling right who have headache, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath, di.r.i news, can't (deep, are bilious, nervous and unset, bothered with a Mick, gassy, disor dered stomach, or have backache and feel worn out. Are you keeping your bowels clean with t'a'acarcts, or merely forcing a pass ageway every few days with salts, ca thartic pills or CHHtor oil? t'ascaret'a work while you Bleep; cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigest ed, fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. A C'ascaret to-night will straighten vou out by morning a 10-ceiit box from any drug store will keep. your stomach sweets liver him Dowels regular, ami head clear for months. Don't forget the children. They love Cascaret's because they taste good never gripe or sicken. Adv't. RAILROADS FACE CRISIS Says Head of Baltimore & Ohio in Outlining Their Case IN ASKING INCREASE OF FIVE PER CENT. lie story of Edison's great achievement EAST CABOT. PROHIBITIONISTS supporting ticket ask you this question. their own state DEMOCRATS supporting ask you this question. their own state ticket And, further do you believe in party government and party responsibility? If you are at all delicate about answering these quer ies put to you by the Progressives, the Prohibi tionists and the Democrats, will you not then make your reply to the Republican State Commit tee, which now and here asks you these same questions? REPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEE, Montpelier, Vermont. October 20, 1914. Harry Young is laying a foundation for a barn, which he intends to build in the spring. Alvin Dunn is building a sucrurhouse, j .John Dunn of Hardwick doing the work. John.T Krye of Danville visited friends here Thursday. Kd. (Iambic of Cabot Plains is in town, threshing. Enos Hopkins was at Calm's over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mills of Cabot, and Mr. and Mrs. John Chandler and son of Peacham were at Frank Peck's Sunday. Arthur Read was home over the week end from his school work at I.vm'j'n ville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harr and Mr and Mrs. YV. P. Harr were guests at Oliver MeCosco's at West Danville Sat urdav. ' Arthur Young spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Woodbury. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Austin and Tilth came home Saturuav trom Manchester, X. H., where they went to visit his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph I.ane of Hnrre were callers at lharles .Austins, .sun-daj'. Samuel A. Chandler of Danville whs guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chandler, over tile week end. Professor William Walker of Cabot high school was at W. I. Abbott's over Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Ttov.und Mose T!ov of West Harriet, Miss Salmon of Horton, Mr. and Mrs. V. 1). lilake and Mi-s (race of West Danville were recent vis itors at Henry Rov's. Exigency Largely Caused by the European War Situation WASHINGTON. Mr. Billings and family are occupying their newly purchased place, the Par tridge farm. Regular meeting of Washington grange Friday evening. This being gen tlemen's night, a good attendance is ex pected. Ruby TJradford bad as a guest at her home over Sunday, Miss Yarney, a student at Coddard seininarv. H "1 WASHINGTON. Are You Looking For Quick Relief? Do you have a sour stomach? Do you have gas in the stomach ? Do you have frequent dull headaches? Do you get up in the morning with a depressed feeling? Are you constipated? Be frank with yourself. Ask yourself these questions then come to us. We have a remedy which is unlike all other preparations. The very first dose of Adlcr-i-ka will surprise you. This is a kind which you do not need to take oftcner than twice a week. Call and ask us to explain. Frre (for the asking) a comprehen five booklet on 'How Appendicitis Start.. Get this book read it and save yourself and family from many possi ble aches and pains. There is only one drug store in this city which handles this remedy, and Cumniings & Lewis, Druggists t ., tT, Quirk Artirm U the Hare . mkrful Through inadvertence the following names were omitted from the lint ct guests at the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Hisliop of Oct. Id Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeCoteau and Mr. ami Mrs. John Robbins and families of Wil liarnstown; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph IV Cotean nf llarre. The names of Mr. Fred Puff and Mrs. Aaron Richardson, who prepared and served the wedding dinner, were also omitted unitentionallv. BREAKS A COLD IN FEW HOURS TRY IT! First Dose of Pape'i Cold Compound Re lieves All the Grippe Misery Contains No Quinine Don't lay Muffed up! tuit blowing and smithing! A Hose of "Pape's Cold ( miipound" taken even two hours until three doe re taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe odd. either in the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens clogged-un nostril and air pas.,1..; -top na.ty ill-, harge lea use, cuitl cm ton or nose running; relieve sick headache, dullness, fevel ishlic, sore throat, sneez ing, soreness and stiffness. "Pape ( old Compound'- i the quick et, surest relief known and i-ost only i'i rents at drug stores. It ads without as.mlanie, taste nice, and cause no in convenience. Jton't accrpt a substitute. Advt. PIMPLES SPREAD ON BODY M FACE Never Had Night's Rest. Clothing Irritated Eruption and Pained. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Didn't Have One Pimple Left. Mrnie ( . Srm Rj'ii frmtt "Mjr fcia Ivh-fl oe Tr y hr1j- ar") face h tr1 rne arrarch m4 ar"T I mti p1 rr"-tint iw in ruwv fry rl liard life pimpbw ai cam f 11 nrrT hmA a tnrV-f w a I rnnltfiuarl TieMrj tbf f iir ran ;.t ant t -jra. Yv,y A"t a itkihiSi ahjte pn.a' a;'r-a-t thewi .f f el t-v lat r v'1 tha miffa tm .t. ww, j nr aia. Var to-M I i 1 t n I rH ay a la M 1 ir if I dii !hy ?r. "I . . an mmmT ktKi miTt tit t rw-r 4i1 noS s'p mr Vmtl, I J1 mwf 1,9. I th rt f'"" a f- 'rj- nf .-t r -r 'Ha'wwrt lis) a"T f rXJ 1ht -1 a !'le mr n I Kn-irH mm. I -sl t IvH Msr n the m'r-th-tt ar4 folM asr4 n4 ipfiiH lts ' 'ir-.i iiv Awr th nvr-'ta t--rwft I t or pifr; V Sample Tree b- Mali v" wr r- H wmmfrm nf a"r-w sf i.i t" M-.1 -- 111 mr w irm'm f-r m4ai at !"?" mt 'h !-,- n- t VJn mff hr twa totmrf vb ar - r rrw li's'"' : f mr mm'4 ? SJ-f - - '?- for -ear' Washington, D. C, Oct. 20. Public hearings on the new application of east ern railroads for increased freight rates, which they contend are necessary be cause ot the woriii-wuie financial exi gency due in part to the Kuropean war, were begun here yesterday before the in terstate commerce commission. The commission is hearing argument only upon issues which have arisen Since its decision in July, which denied absolute ly increases east of Pittsburgh and Huf lalo and granted increases west from those points to the Mississippi fiver. All the commissioners, except Chair man Harlan, who is ill, were present. Commissioner Clements presided. The railroad lines were represented by tiidr principal executives. Individual ship pers and shippers' organizations who op- iMise further increases were represented by counsel, among them Clifford Thome, who led the opposition to the last ap plication. Yesterday's hearing was given over to a statement for the railroads. The shippers and their representatives will he heard later. Daniel K. VYjllard. pres ident of the Haltiiuorc ii Ohio railroad, be heard later. President Daniel K. Willard of the Baltimore v Ohio railroad, chairman of the committee of railroad presidents. made the opening statement tor the rail wars. the needs or the carriers are pressing and immediate, he declared. 'The actual situation has become ex- tremelv critical." 1'he roads aro seeking a Hat increase of rive per cent in freight rate through out the territory east of the Mississippi and north of the Ohio and Potomac riv ers. Mr. Willard called attention to the decision of the commission in the former case, wherein wait stated that the net operating income of the railroads in of- lal classification territory is smaller than is demanded in the interest of both the treneral nublic and the rail roads" and to the fact that the rail roads had already taken action to secure additional revenues through various ad vances and changes of practice. "The measures of relief proposed by the com mission will not, in our opinion, ade quately meet the existing situation," he added.' "The annual statements of all the railroads involved in this proceeding combined, for the liscal year ended Jut .'to, !I4. show roundly that the total operating revenues during that year wire approximately if.'i.'t.lSSl.islO les than during the previous year, while the or crating expenses during the same period were approximately 1,hhIhmi greater, The net operating income of these com- iiiiies for the M.me iK-nod amounted to frJ.'.N.isMl.iMHi, or approximately $77,"is, O'Mi less than was earned during the irc x inn year, and equal to hut 3.1's per rent uon the projierty invcetment, a lower return than was shown at any tune in lilt ecu years. I he income, ap plnahle to inteiest. dividends and sur plus, during the fiscal year just dosed. a $jti.!ssi.issi.' or per cent. iin the total capital obligation., this return aifo being lower than any in fifteen J ears. "A war such as that now raging causes great and immediate disturbance to iniliistiv. commerce and finance. It ot credit and great lestriction. il not actual stoppage, of in ternational trad-, a well as serious dis turbance to domestic -omnicn-e, and. as we be need, it has thrown the security niaikets of the 'olid rirst into panic and then into upcniti of operation. In sofar as the war and it consequence tend to change the condition surround ing the enlistment of new capital tlx y tend to change the fundament! relation bteen railroad and shipper, lor the nt of mpital i "ne nf the most im portant element. f the cl of trail pni tat i'n. "It I known that the railroads of tlte t 'n:t4 Mate be oer "L'o (l.l rt mitt nding oHhgat mil wlieli will ma ture and must be met it Inn the r-t twd month a 'one. If a lon in the tigtnl record in this er that t iw railroad in d, il classification tern torv otdv had rT.t approximate! f J -itinissi p-r irninsi i"ti their imterti,- for iroftinM-mcrt and -xt'n-Mt, d inrig the l..t tm iinr fs-rtot. and it I rccoM- to eonttn-M' uch . r-n It tire if the rad are to mir,fa'ti ticr fn ! i,f,t ot ..hi..- n frnil tr t !s 'i'H T,m fir, ,a f ( future. SOUTH CABOT. last Wfjtn-i rini-;, a t t - - lliwjHiii a.1 tiree ..f!.. r f . return ?fe- h'''e frwti - , r i. r t ,-im r '? ' ' i l . tl'tt t'tn l-aii "'' f ' ntr.nn t I i.t !' ttA a r-ur e m t n4 Ir f i - I1ji', l ran (f.f a ' ' ,4 I ." V -! i t! r'-i I, r w-i,e e c-.ui f,, i , fa . e e;r a as -r. i- -e, e,i-l is nw4 anl ' iw ij, -a - i-t. N i- he fns a 1 ,- . r. .. i.i-.fi" m i ici.. !..r' a t T'-r I-. '-r-.-- 4 M : MY I JSffSt) I The man who turned : 1 1 1 1 ' ' f 1 I "11 nigfht into day- Mothers and Fathers! Have you ever told your boy the inspiring story of Americja's great inventor, who started life as a newsboy and later gave to the world the incan descent lamp. It is a story that will interest any live ambitious boy. Most boys will be glad afso to learn about 9 MAZA LAMPS The story of EDISON MAZDA Lamps is almost as wonderful as that of Edison himself. These lamps have been developed until now they give from 3 to 6 times as much light as the old-style incandescent electric lamp with out using any more electricity. Get a carton of these 'lamps and try them in your house Edison Day, and you will see how they save your money by giving more light and better light We carry EDISON MAZDAS in all sizes up to 1000 watts. CONSOLIDATED LIGHTING CO. Ed. m aaaaaaiMM TAFT URGES REFORM In Marriage and Divorce Laws Through Uniform State Lrgi-Jation. Washington, H. ('.. "t. '-'". lo-torni, in marriage and divorce laws throuii. unitoiin state legi-lation was urged In former l'leitidelit lillt yesterday ill a. brief address before the com in iion on i uniloim state laws. The fnrtner presi dent condemned the ''Iimim lu ss with which i ne marriage lie is looked upon the as-ault charge, together with one in many states." Mr. Taft placed him-f drunkenne,. It is believed .Mr. F.il scli on record as Il.it I y oiipo-ej to "tin-,, ,, , , , , ... , k. ring" with the feder'al con-ntuti,,,, . j I"' " '' " appi-ar. D.ir.nK t!. ler preisent conditions. "I am not in i hist 4 hours his improvement at the favor of any amendments to the con- j Forest Hills hospital ha la-en rapid sn I stitution." he mii.1 cmi'lia t ica !!y. "not ! , i,,.. u,.. ui ,. it i, ,l.,rnii "i Mis. Mure I'iilIi of Urooklvn, .Mr. TUBERCULOSIS pi. .1 . proper diet, tnose snneriug irom vho ara predisposed to Tuberculo- I bec.nise it doesn't need them, for 1 b lieve that in the lilit of our acipiain-tain-e with its woiking we in it: fit nuike some minor charure which would facili tate its operation; but I iim not in favor of tinkering with that great gov ernmental instrument at a time when there are mi many cranks and many movements looking oaid its toial a liolit ion." INJURED LAWYER RECOVERING. and or w si. are recorumenaea io , Says Hi. Ward Wat Not Guilty of A- Alterativc to stop night sweats, banish ' feyer and hasten recovery. This tnedl- " . uultinf Him. cine, by reason of its successful ns dur- ., ., . .. ln the past, warrant, the fuUestinTes- Kt- The invstc ,- tiaauon possible by every .uflerer. rounding the ass,ult on Frank M. Jul Eclcman'. Alterative ts most eftlca- 1 hr. State street lawyer, near his hon e clous m bronchial catarrh and severe ' m Koriuolale Friday night. hi!i re throat and lung aflecUons, and in up- United in serious injury, remains as far building the system. It contains no i,rom !,,,, rx,.r t'.vd.iv. It i. .aid narcotic., nor harmful or habit form- , (hM w ,,,;, y vi:,m... of s,,miv. k-T i..J. H,.,.-.. we. .ha 'a ward of Mr. roller, w .. is . bar.- Eckman Laboratory. PhiiadeJphla, F I the .time, , held Man-el.'.- the tot booklet telliD( of recovenea. jattomey. FllCt I rd $ a bottle. ' Sullivan will Is' ai r,. i.Me -1 lielsv n In Ihr's sister, reached Ilo-ton yester day. She is a-si.fing the police in thew work on the case. She is at her broth er's home at Iloslindale, A 8Un of Beauty la a Jey fowvsr. T. Falla Gouraud'a Orlantal Cr.im or Magical Baautiflar. Ta. riirpla, t rs-lin. Hot P.icb. Hm. sad bia ILwaM. aa .rr ii.m.i o buir. ai;d StKll'B. Il . Moud I., tort f 4. f-.ri r M a m.M wt Imii a l,ib..uril I wr'.. ai.d. A y-r' o .t.r l.lt of iaUr raw Pr. i A. s.i -a te a M. nt ts. bsirt trtt a a'l.ni l - At ?" taslia U a, lb -a. I r..,iaiir.i4 M.irM.'. frr.' fi t' Snr.fl -a l i, it,. . . K,f. ' f .l. 1 r ail Stnffi. r wiiy-u--t l s.,r : ta. I'hi'.j nua Oauua a r.ursf, (R;.Tin I J l III, 37 fi,l Jish tl ,1 It D tlie i Ttaf-tr1 1 r t Vl'l f v - f! I j I i' . 11 ,LuH:it- pit I 7i j' V ;;.n-.' ,i i j ',t V V I I l' lh l ,t ft", f . -? i ' . i ' A f S 1 , I " - i on thi: m:xt niTKKX days iik(.i:smn; kt. i shall iiavi: Special Sale on Custom Made Suits and Overcoats I 1 In hnvc Vivj call i .1- i i 5i :.;.', ji v::.. 7:. $20.ri -1 52-1.T. IVic-fs n r v TfeH'-f ?h--:. in tN F 4:4-5. Joe Kovalsky, Tailor