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THE HAKHK DAILY TIMES, liAHRK, W1V SATUJtDAY, NOVEMRElt 7, 1914.
YE U ' Wh&BKI M IR 9 5 there are just as good fish in the sea as ever were caught. There are just as many good bargains now as your neighbor bought here during the past few days at E and these same bargains will hold good to the last day of the sale. Don't be a pessimist, don't take our word for it. Come in and see for yourself the values offered. New Fall Suits and Overcoats, High-Grade Sweaters, Warm Underwear, Shoes, etc., all being sold at prices that make competition shake and shudder. Come in from Missouri and make us show you. , 6 M N TP Tf II Iff JUL 2b Am D S A BARRE CLOTHING STOR OLD STAND 171 North Main Street, Next Door to Dreamland Theatre, Now in the Hands of the New York Auction and Commission House, FRANK McGILL, Manager. NORTH MONTPELIER Mr. and Mrs. Victor Templeton are visiting Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Temple-ton at Franklin Falls, X. H. Mrs. Alice Little and Miss Maud Tern ploton were in .Montpelier Wednesday. Mrs. Maggie Lawless and George 1'ray were bitumens vinitors in Barre Tuesday. Ralph 1'arker and Dora Coburn were married at Uarre Wednesday by Kev. J. . Heardon. After a short carriage drive to the north part ofthe state, they will . reside for the present at the home of Mrs. I'arker, L. I). Coburn's. Teachers' examinations will be held at the home of J. W. Butterfield next week Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Wallace Carnes is visiting at the home of her brother, Charles Gidney, In Montpelier this week. Mr. mid Mrs. II. J. Conant and daugh ter, Ruth, were in Burlington Thursday. Byron Wilber carried Frank Holt and his father and Dr. Hull to Burlington Thursday, where Frank underwent an operation at the Mary Fletcher hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Flint of Randolph will work for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coburn this winter. Orlando Knapp of 1'lainfield was a vis itor in town Thursday. WOODBURY Who Will Claim Them? Letters uncalled for at the Barre post office for the week ending November 5, 1914. Men John B. Chapman, L. A. Bayley, K. C. Bower, Henry B. Bowers John lire sett, O. 11. Cleveland, George Christie, Rev. ('has. M. Carpenter, Antonio Fon taim, W. Gray. F. H. Hutchinson, W. H. Holden, A. I. G. Hall, Vie Johnson, Louis L. Molinari, Frank Xiekson, Charlie Reid, (tf), George Severwright, John Shanly, Dr. J. C. Thompson, Thomas Thompson. Women. Mrs. Carroll O. Berry, Mrs. Louis Badger, Mrs. Celia Bonett, Mrs. James Davidson, Mr. H. C. Holmes, Miss Jean Marshall, Mrs. 1'. Xelson, Miss Ghilani Nasalina, Mrs. Wm. Shannon, Miss Mary Smyth, Theatre, Marion Hock Company, (91. WASHINGTON. Baptist church, Washington. Charles O. Durham, pastor. Morning worship at ID :(). Bible school at 11:30. Christian Kndeavor at p. m. j topic. "Otting Out of Ruts and Keeping Out. Amos 6:1-8, Fvening pleaching at 7 o'clock. Mid week praise service Thursday evening at 7:30. Mrs. Albert Crawford was a recent vis itor of relatives in Hardwick. Xahum James left Monday for Balti more, Md., where he will make a visit at his home before leaving for Atlanta, Ga where he has employment for the winter. Glen Sulham and family of Mclndoes Falls were Sunday visitors in this place. Miss Mary Van Orman of Calais was a week-end visitor of Henry Webber and family. Truman Moore is in Boston, called there by the critical illness of Mrs. Moore's aunt, Miss Jeane Taylor. Did Blake returned Monday from a ten days' vacation spent in Derrv, N. 11., with II. S. Goodell and family. Benjamin Morse of Elmore was a vis-1 Itor in the place Sunday. ! Mrs. Sadie Ainsworth, who at present U employed in Kant Calais, sjient the day Wednesday at her home here. At the school building last Saturday night, the pupils of the graded schools gave a very enjoyable Halloween enter tainment. A nhort program was ren dered and games suitable to the occasion were participated in by all present. A sum of $17.5. was realized from admis sion fees -and sale of boxes, homemade candy and popcorti. Much credit is due the teachers for the tasteful decorations and the success of the affair. Mr. and Mrs. WBrner Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Burt H. Daniels and Mrs. Karl Baldwin were in St. Johnsbtiry Wednes day, making the trip by auto. Rev. E. F. Lowe, district superintend ent, was in the place Sunday and con ducted the services at the church in the evening. Mrs. Charlie Farr was a recent guest of Mrs. Nancy (la pp. Mrs. Galon Hatch of East Calais was a visitor in the place the latter part of the wek. Charles Weeks was a week-end vistor in Hardwick a. Mrs. Etta Smith's. At the bi-ennial election Tuesday, S. Richanl Waite was elected as town rep resentative on the fourth ballot over Charles H. Dana and Dr.G. G. Hull. RANDOLPH Mrs. John Hutchinson left F'riday for Pittsfield to pass Sunday with her sis ter, Miss Whitcomb. The two children of Wales Sargent, who live on Park street, are ill with diphtheria, and the family are in quar antine. The daughter is thought to be seriously ill. David Davis of White l'lains, N. Y., the son of K. G. Da s, arrived here this wek and is the guest of his aunts, Mrs. B. S. Howard, of this village, and Mrs. Newell Bickford of the Center. Mrs. Fallen Carter, who has been pass ing the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Leroy Thayer, has gone to Racine, Wis., to pass the winter with her son, Rev. John Carter. ('apt. and Mrs. J. K. Fldredge, after passing all summer in their cottage at Uighgate Springs, have closed the same tor the season and are now located in their home on South Pleasant street for the winter. The water department has extended its system as far as the Allen Battles garage on I'ark street. Mrs. E. W. Carlisle left on Monday for Braintree for a short stop, after which she will again make a stop in Northlield before going to Richford to pass the winter with her son, Louis (Vrlisle. Misses Cora and F'lorcnce XoMc left on F'riday for Burlington to visit their father, and on their way home will stop off at Montpelier to visit Mrs. P. J. Blanehard and her daughter, Mrs. I.'dith Blanehard Kimball, who is now there for a time. CABOT Lyman Clough is visiting his brother in Lowell, Mass. Miss Stewart of Berlin has been en tertained at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jesse Tebbetts, the past week. Miss Nellie Williams spent the past wek with Mr. and Mrs. George Pell in Montpelier. Arthur Wales of St. Johnsbury wag a guest at his father's over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crane were in Barre last week to purchase a new au tomobile. Orvis Boyles has returned from spend ing a week with his daughter, Mrs. Will Turner, in Berlin. ' I SHORTHAND BLUNDERS. Misplaced or Wrong Vowel Lead to Queer Translations. A volume could be filled with amus ing storks of shorthand mistakes, tbe greater number of them due to mls taken vowels. For Instance, "Thlsc'iiy Is big with fate" was transcribed "This day is big with fat." while "Do not Indulge In spite" came out "Do not indulge In spit," and "A bouse of many gables" was transcribed Into "A house of many gabbles." Tbe use of the wrong vowel may have the most amusing result, as In the phrase "Man, know thyself." which was ouce converted in the report of There will be a called church meeting I serrnon lnt0 Marli guaw thyself." To MARSIIFIELD GRANITE VILLE. There will be six reels of motion pie lures in llilliert's halt Saturday even ing. Nov. 7. Pianist, Mis Kossuth. Ad mission, 10c. Notice. 1 he aldermanir Are committee and the fire chief will conduct an examination at (he city council chamber Monday evening, Nov. fl. fur the purpose of fill ing a vacancy in the fire department. Applicants may obtain blanks either at the fire tethn or at the city clerk's t'llice. Examination begin promptly at 7:30 o'clock. 459 Young people secured Rood posi tion lt year by ttcodiag the 3 t lf-tiftl Jf fl' tif r, Mmmu. The opportunity I your a it we their. Yon can ho profitably employed nest year if jrom prepare under our direction. W qualify our pupl thor oughly for buatne, for secretarial work, tnr the civil rvice, for teaching commercial uf jett and tram young men to become) ucreful Ntirte fanner. four owner and manageta. Twenty espe-rt tea her, fepecir! nentio paid to welfare f oat -of -own tvdeot. Write at once for Ire relator, addre- car?:ell S. HCIT tWUM etao. a;M, t. The library is just adding to its store of hooks the three-volume history of Norwich university. Indirectly this comes as a timely gift from its publish er, General Orrnville H. Podge, N. I'., class of IS.r)l. The Marshfield Cornet band will give a promenade in Pythian hall Saturday evening, Nov. 7. Sunt. J. M. Tebbetts held a teacher' meeting Friday for all the teacher in hi district. Supts. Seager of South Barre and Butterfield of North Mont pelier were present also. Mr. and Mrs. F N. Parrott of Mont pelier visited at E. L. Spencer's Wednes day. Mr. Curtis of Plainfield visited her sitter, Mr. Belle Cole, this week. Mr. E. V. Spencer went to Wood bury Wednesday to visit her sister, lr. Wesley Peck. Miss Emerv Benton passed wv on Thursday evening, after a painful ill- nes from cancer of the utotrmch. Fu neral service were held thi afternoon from her late residence. Peter I'rban i bricking in a lrpe boiler for (ieorge F'.. Msv at the latter' new mill t Pecham pond. George II. Mre of New Bedford. Ma., visited friend nd relative in town Thurdy. George E. May I intlting a new tram mill at Pcaeham pond and expect to cut about SOfm.imo f-t of hrd and ott wood lumber thi winter. Mrs. H. M. Campbell and Mrs. J. K Chandler, sisters of Mrs. M. A. Tewks- bury, came from GofTstown, N. II., to make their farewell visit upon another sister, Mrs. Raymond, who expected to sail on Saturday for Buenos Aires. Hearing of the recent capture by the Germans of an Fnglish boat, Mrs. Ray mond has postponed her journey in definitely, and the sister left here on Friday for their home. Mrs. A. A. Chadwick went to Windsor Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. Hunt er, whose husband has bit'n confined for several weeks by the breaking of the Ixmc in Isith ankles. He is now able to lie up hut cannot walk at all. Mrs. W. K. Mensmore of Chelsea brought her daughter, Miss Dorothy, here last week for an operation for ap pendicitis, and she rallied from the same and the mother went home that after noon. The ladies of the Methodist church held a Miiall food sale in their church lecently, when they realired about $.. Mix Emma Flint and Miss KNie Os good, mctnlsT of the teacher training !. have been substituting on Broad Brook for Mis Nellie Blake, who ha lccn obliited to give up teaching for the present on account of ill health. at the Congregational vestry Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 10, at 2 p, m., to see if the members of the church and society will extend a call to the Rev. Frank Hyde of Waitsfleld to act as pastor of that church. It is hoped every member will make extri effort to be present. Mrs. M. Doro of Danville was a guest of Mr. F E. Currier several days r' cently. Mrs. J. G. Pike is spending a few weeks with relatives in Boston. Mrs. S. C. Voodry and Mrs. W. S. Ford were visitors at the capital recently. F'red Grace and Dan Mclntyre haTe been working for Dr. L. W. Burbank, helping put in a water system at his cot tage on the border of Lake St. Joseph. JL A. Dane hafi purchased the Orvis F'itts place. Temperance Stimlav will be observed at the Congregational chuwh Sunday, NNov. 15. There will be recitations and singing by the children. Herbert Heath has moved from the U . P. Lance farm at ixnvcr Cabot to the Mcknight place on Walden road one mile from the village. Mr. and Mr. W. P. Lance and son have moved from Leominster to their home at Lower Cabot. Their two eldest daughters will remain in leominter to complete their school year. Miss liattie Grey was a guest over Sunday at Sidney Weeks' in Woodbury. Mis Alice Paine was in Greensboro recently as a guest of her sister, Mrs. Carrie Crow lev. Mr. and Mrs. George Houghton and daughter were guests at C 11. Dana's in Woodbitrv Sundnv. Frank Walbridge of Woodsville, N. II.. and M. F. Beckley of Groton have been lepairing telephone lines in town. Mr. and Mr. Wavie Sulham of Marsh- misplace a vowel is in shorthand the easiet thing in the world. T. A. Reed. : the well known reporter, tells of a pupil who by this means turned "mighty acts" into "mighty cats," and another report of a sermon was spoil ed by the advice "Return a blow with an ax," Instead of "a kiss." The "reporting style," in which the vowels are omitted altogether for tbe sake of rapidity, is responsible for the famous American story of the short hand clerk who took down a note of his wife's instruction to "be sure to remember to bring home some castlle soap" and, as n result, returned home with a tin of oxtail soup! London Strand Magazine. GOING FAST The harvest of big profits are still in order that are making Our Big Closing Out Sale such a complete success. While the goods are going fast, you are still in time to visit this grand investment we are offering you. Count this a chance of your life in patronizing a a store that is striving to save you money. We ask you in return to look for our Big Red, White and a Blue Sign, which is displayed on the front of our store. BETHEL EAST BRAINTREE Mr. Mary F"nworth and Mr. Iluth Horner visited friend in Tunbrilge fn Uednedar and Tliurdy. Mr. White of South l:vlln j t- iee a few dy with hi daughter. Mr. Allert STMn-r. Her. Mr. 1'nfW returned Thursday from a hrt iit to hi eon in N-w ; Hripliir. Mr. I ll V i!U h rne t lUn l-.lj h relit'-' fir a two lipek tV IB the fam ily nf .rfrt'e Temple. William I'.nit-r. wbn ha iirTcr-d litefi!v for tin- ft ml ith Mrmd iM.jasmn-e in 1 lift Isn-i. mrri In tV 1 A large delegation of local Odd Fel low went yeMerday to Woodstock to attend a ditrirt meeting and exemplify degree. Mr. W. R. Rrieg went to WKdtock yesterday to viit a iter who goc Monday to F'lorid for the winter. Mi. N. V. t'oolev returned last even iiii; fmm a few dys' visit in Mont h her. Mr. B. T. ielceron of Braintree w here yeferdy to ee her daughter, Mar ion, who i in partnership with Mr. O. V. Greene in the millinery hiiine. The t fiifriftKnl ladies' aid society. met veterdv at the borne of Mr. . L 1 i-l.. The woman' guild of Oirit hurch met Thiirdy with Mr. Snnd I- AS Utt. The next meeting f the Woman' . bin will V t Mr. C. K. Wldo' next Monlty eefiin?. Mi Maud I'rben i in alxrt fir a J few fdi l ln1eiifi l, rnnved from a hotie on ijuarry teet to the Ijiirp'iere hotioe the jit IMbel rod. field spent Rogers. last week with Mr. Marv OUR EARLY PATHFINDERS. ?icner Work of L Vrndry and Hi Gallant Band. The first white nun to reach the "western aea" by crossing the North American continent was Sleur Pierre Gaulller de Va rennet de la Vereiidrye, wbo expedition left Montreal June M, 1731. With half a hundred compan ions. Including bis three young sons, the daring Ereiuhinnn set out from the fort tt Montreal nnd plunged into the wllderne. Intent upon discovering that narrow tea which was supposed to separate America and China. During tbe month and years that followed La Verendrye and hi Rallant boy triumphed over a multitude of obatacle. Some of Ma men were massacred by boat He Indians, others fell vlr-tlDi to disease, rxpoxur and accident, and mutinies were frequent. After many hardbl) Lake Wlunlifg was re-ached, but 1 Verendrye w No Air About Her. "Airs!" exclaimed the proud mother : and shook her head vigorously. "My 1 FIsle, for all her learning, hasn't any. more airs, so to speak, tlnui her poor , old d-id." . j "Tbeu she won't turn up her nose at her old friends?" queried the visitor. i "Iji, nol" j "How refreshing! Most girls who go through college nowadays will hardly look at you after they're graduated." j "Well, they ain't like my Elsie, tbat'a all I can say," retorted F'lsie's ma. "She's become a carnivorous reader, of rour-', and she frequently Importunate music, but stuck up my Fllsie? Not a bit! She's unanimous to everybody, has a most infantile vocabulary and, w hat's more, uever keeps a caller wait ing while she dresses up. No, she Just runs down, nom de plume, at she la." Philadelphia I-edger. New York Bargain House, Inc. 100 MAIN STREET BARRE, VT. Combination Farm Mounted Gasoline Your Opportunity Price $185 Wajfon, Sawinjf Outfit and Engine THREE IN ONE ENGINE STANDARD up to date. Urn, powerful 4-horae power. WAGON made with (take iron. extnion nuch (not shown in picture), hi, broad h-b. Ihi i a hort-turniiiK wairon an item that will be appreciated. ENGI.NE-MOt'NT. Our on make, and well known as the Reliance Figure 110, solid frame, built by us at our own work at Somerswerth, N. H.; and the swinain table saw machine that i mounted on the bark end of thkf outilt mar be entirely remored with an ordlnmrr aaonker-wrench in a few minutes, levin a perfect mounted naine, fitted with either pole or shafts, and In every way up to the minute. SAW BLADE. Kvlianee line, fully ruaranleed by Rraekett, Shaw I.unt Co. Any sire saw-blade up to to inrhes furnished, belt, 6-inch. 4-ply extra rubber. ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Har Dainty Speech. There was one young woman In tbe box party at the theater who took uo part in the. noisy clatter and gli-'c'e. ; With her irase fixed upon the stage; she watched the prosreKa of the play, Indifferent to the payety around her ' exieit that her delicate, aristocratic, finely chineled features lore a hKk of. wariness and a scornful smile curled " her lips. At last, however, she turn ed her head slowly and looked at the other member of tbe party. Then she Kike to the elderly matron sitting by her side. "That chicken In the blue kimono," she said, "thinks she Is the whole custard!" Argonaut. BASE Of simple dusirn, heavy, very ri id, with long, strong flanitea to support the cylinder; main hearing set at angle of 46 deirreea, lined with Germment fermula" babbitt metal. CYLINDER HEAD Completely water jacketed; cylinder clnae grained army iron, accurately machined in special Jig. PISTON Lung trunk pattern, accurately machined with an aUowance for heat ex pansion, wet ground to an absolute fit. VALVES Poppet type, large diameter, large atema, long bean no-. CRANKSHAFT Heavy I pattern steel. fitted with Interchangeable bearings and automatic oiler ; crankshaft made from heavy low point carbon steel forging with liberal fillet in all corners. GEARS All machine rut from solid blanks ; run without Boise. SPEED May be changed without atop, ping engine, either by advancing spark r changing tensioa ef ge.smer. FINISH Appearance of engine leaves nothing to be desired. PRICK Complete with wagon, having, tension reach laot shown in illustr. lion i, litis, same furnwhed with an up-to-date reliable magneto, tlt5. Can make immeettetf delivery. Send a year rdera. Ask fee Ctalag D. lirackett, Shaw & Lunt Co. 6a North Washington Street Boston Readiuerter for GASOLINE ENGINES for all purpoeea SOMERS WORTH, N. H. Represented locally by C. E. Searles. our general agent at Barre, or J. L. Arkley, Barre, i Linen of Bohamia. One of tbe oldest and mt Impor tant Industrie of northern Ilohcmia Is that of linen weaving, which furnNhe employment under favorable condi tio, to fully 2r.,' people, who are so akillfd and clever In the production ef Bne linens thnt tlu-e ntnU are favora- J US i Wire Up and be tip-to-date. If you do riot ue electricity, you are not modern. If you do not f rojrre, you retrograde. Ther I no tndinj tilL W will furnish ELECTRIC StTTLIES for Ure, home, or factory. THE BARRE ELECTRIC CO Scavfr'i I)jpepMa Tallel Hate ! i pi ? If vti l -. l;.nl-.!i.h .,rtit.m Tl..,r'dr nd I '' "! u ? J" "? tt Iftle Im-f r.nv-vH. I" '? t"f M M H.v !'M MIA DECIDE YOURSELF bly known and find a ready ma disappointed lo findtnit it a large body ! Pr' 'f the world. of fresh water, Instettd of the fabled western . After thirteen yesm nf effort the eiptdltkn as turned back by the Impenetrable mountain faKtnee.se.. Itat. altboifrh the main mission failed, 1- Verendrye was the first hite man to re'b the barks tf tbe upper M!a aouri and nskatrbewan rivers and to trsv-r hut a-, re now the rroperooa I roiiae of Manitoba and skatrbv sn. It not cefil i79S titst Alein1fT I slarket.zie. a Soetrhnisn. t-erM-trated tbe Ji VUt and rrarbed the lxrre of rket la " Choanthcmums s.re in full swirjr rtrm. The Q jwn r.f Autumn is the finest flower fcr every rurr-Ht t this time r-f j-?ar. Tb I.!i-" ii U rd li k-n t-ie l i'fxf -'ntv t'ttT"i 4 rv-i. inp w iepl-e 'ii--. r J 4l wis r"ir-d n't't pxi2 ll fn- V, "!. mhn t-r i liws lull , tprwll'i. si! rive a )m"';-t'-t f'ri e - ec t t'' fw-wft h"t I. ATI i hi tTtirt-r i-4 tir faftiw are j rurHiaT'y tnv;1wl. the ratine New lork W nrll EAST CAtfiE. , T AI'.I.I I . Me tin prit ry l ie i ItirMt f 1 (.? tief -r- t. a'1T tkie? I Y i h-m ly uwimj,' tfre il.- I'viritf i If r 4 a t IwiM-ie th. I't the tii1 a it 4 -H V be ,t-4 that sKtMH IMMM TAI I.JlS will ilt'f (H-f-l-i suet aiil 1'te it III w -. an ) we w il j vtn b'w . m t- ti- -t--- -f IH 1 (' nfif-i. r 1 r-k fw-a-k. r i v i V .wbI-i a !1. end p1 a' The Opportunity I Here, Backed ky Barre Testimony Don't take our word for it. Don't tkpond on a stranger's statomrnt. Head r.arre rndorsrmcnt. Road the ftatements of r.anr citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one ae of it. C. A. Churchill, r." Merchant ! trect. Uarre. ay : I U'o1 or e t x ol l nn rin- L We have an Up-to-Date Line of Fall and Winter SUITS AND OVERCOATS at Reasonable Prices SUITS from $8.00 to $22.00 OVERCOATS from $12.00 to $.30.00 AMERICAN CLOTHING CO. 23. North Main Street I f") 1le 1 1 . If Jt rvr 1 ti-l- -t I t J rrrtT wwctos, tt. j "! t m. T" "' - I- '. ..( 1; fi,. I ') ' If - f.iln V. lH twir T'-f lr tF"t I .- r lrtt t : Z ?-r" I -t lb- aeme. M t-il I ft. ...I I h. n. a-t. r. .. n .m .s--r . . , .,, t, r,rM , k th WTl:ir l' imrm i-wsg-p, I - ' il I t tH t nf P ' ewf l".J.- end a v -iel t .ne i t-4 t. I n is i b i A Trsea Cewrtie. Tri! fcta srrtTal at tie renrt f VI etir.a a f'Tuier I rrn'b snbetd.r n nf.v p,IJgt and they tT;tfited me irrwitM vt . srpfen. " ' i "Tf atly that I continued until are t! t tbe d.y l-fee be bad sis- ' vrrt'(ton f:f kidney C--m- 1. ft tree' be a-t-M. -that tb- T nt had c.ar -T. On y Co.,ta X. i. tbe mo lore y we.. Tfcl orcaHn since. 1 hv taVrn Ib Eerier 'his rcrrly with F'-i rf.ii.ta. "I tbfMicn o Tectersr yntn rcJ 1 hae often adxid a trial t' An Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results i ety." rt'.k4 the 3:rlnt. itb graceful l. CM, Krjee. rv,?r t t pee it 3. i J yowls, suit. irt rett t .'. ,.i ; 1 '" t t.t " - l-- . r f f J "11 r- "t ,- rimtm !. rr-( . " st i m r Tf f: i i f r 7M"Ta w-w. f-r t tHi.i vealt let tj s(;ia a O -Ifrnfrm iii rt"t ef tr ef err ria--t 5n tn e"- f d- y t'b tt f 'i f tf-r"l w'i !, O-tisE riisr.t hT !rrsr tS1 el-b r-'t nr im m la t- --if f vm -tfM-rr er 4 rtf! r frrr-l) 'ei t tbe - friends and rqua;r.tnr" ra !l have hcrd tTrf'lair.i-f of baikache. 1 th'rk that D &n I Kidney P,!l are a rr-mdy f t- tairdr worthy .f nd'-r'rt." IYu e , r.t .! iVj-.Vt'". D' n't :rr.r'!y a f.r a IHr mr-ir pt I &n Kj'-v I' th r tht Mr. Chunh.! rotUT-V. -rri Co.. IYo;-, ri.f- .1 PERRY Ck NO ON AN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE f pcciil Orders for rcrnitare ftlo, N. Y. 7, 9 U'Tt asntsLwrw IPt au