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THE BAIUIE DAILY TIMES, HAMIE, VT TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1915.
SMALL SUM Practical FOR SALARIES 1 Necktiea seldom get a chance to wear out. They become (oiled and spotted ' and then you throw lljcm away. An expense lending them to the dry cleaneri. Simpfett tiling in the world to dry clean them yourself. Bruih t aotuiton of Putnam Dry-Cleaner and ro line. pn ibe ilea wilb a Mill bruia or wbiik broom rinse and bruib in clear guoline. Tbat't all Com Sractlcallf nothing and neckilti made rood u new afaln. Putnam Dry-Clmanar baa a bundred oihcr raluable ua. Will clean lacei, ilka, ribbom, woolen foodi, cunaina, luri, c. Can not barm Ibe moat delicate fabrica. Sarel acvea sight, of (be dry cleaneri' chart; ea. Your Dracaiat earriei Putnam Dry-CUantr 2lcandf0cbottlea. If becan'tauptly you, write r we will tend you bottle, poiipald, far 25c. 6 MONROB DRUG CO.. QUIMCY. ILU Makers of Putnam Fadtltu Dyt. Only Eight and Three-tenths Per Cent, in Appa lachians In daily use they prove their superiority, for the best ideas of over half a century of successful range building are combined in the new v THIS IN REPLY TO CHARGES Titles Found to Be Very Dif ficult of Adjustment and Service Almost Impossible i PUZZLED AS TO VOTE OF WOMEN y' "a" How to Dry Clean Neckties The E Total More Than 200,000 Expected in Chicago, but Politicians Fear They Will Be Too Independent. Chicago, April C. Campaign managers yesterday admitted that the, vote to be fast by women at the municipal election to-day is puzzling. Two hundred and eighty-two thousand women have reg- Washington, April 6. Eight and three tentlis cents out of every dollar appro priated for , purchasing land under the Weeks' Appalachian luw is spent for sal aries, field expenses, supplies, equipment and other expenses incident to acquisi tion, according to a statement prepared bv the forest service. This statement intered, and leaders, both in the political j was for the purpose of answering the camps of the men and in the councils of criticism, based on the last report of the national forest reservation commission, that the cost of acquisition was more than 33 per cent, of the money spent for land. . The forest service states that in ac quiring wild lands in the Appalachian re gion the government has undertaken to straighten out "the most involved land titles to be found anywhere in the I'nited States. Many of the tracts," continues the statement, "have never been surveyed the suffrage organizations, expect a to tal woman vote of more than 200,000, One of the principal aspects of the figtir ing. by the managers as. to whether the worsen voters will display more inde pendence than the men voters or whether they will follow closely the partisanship or the ideas or heads or households There is no previous vote from which to figure, as the woman will vote to-day lor the first time at a municipal election in Chicago, Campaigning continued in all parts of or me surveys were not marked upon the city vesterday. The forces of Rob- the ground. There was no system adopt- ert if. Sweitzer, Democratic candidate ed Ty certain of the states to prevent for mayor, have arranged a parade un- the lines of one tract conflicting with tier the auspices of the Youne Democracy me lines oi another. Lonsequentiy wc Sweitzer club in the downtown district, have to deal with every conceivable kind as we 1 as a lanre number of meetmes or lap ana ciaim wnn an sons or ue- where speakers will address the people, fects of conveyance reaching back to more The manaeers of William Dale Thomp- man usi years, i ne surveyors ana tin son. Ketmbliean nominee tor mavor. attorneys must jerrei out an or tnese nlanned to hold 1,000 meetings at street ojd complications and they must either corners and in factories during the day. adjust them or show their effect upon One thousand automobiles each carried the present title. In spite of this ex- one woman and two men orators. tremely complicated situation, the gov Seymour Stednian, Socialist, and John ernment insists upon a perfectly clear H. Hill, Frohibitonist, nominees for may- title from the state or from the crown or, also planned to make speeches in va- of Kngland down to the recording of the rious parts of the city during the day conveyance to the Lnited Mates, llefore and evening. the Weeks law was ever passed it we claimed oy some who Knew the Appa- A RFATTTIFTIL PIANO FOR Sinn lachians very well that the oovernment coma not acquire title at all to these Vnr fli mnnth of Anril onlr. we shall lands. offer heaiitifiil new. lanre-siw. marina. I p to OHte me I nueii Mates na any piano of standard make, with 'most J"1?'' "' paid for some 330.10 acre. .W.nt finish . hiWifiil tone .11 hliH. ln m Appalachian region. Titles at the brass sells for the manager of the piano department GROUND WATER IN GEORGIA. Fire Pot farge and deep, the fire keeps. Oven Extra Roomy - Heat Distribution Uniform. Gas Range Combination Optional. Choice of Orates - Easily Changed. Oven Indicator, That Really Indicates. The Pride of the Neat Housewife. The Smooth Castings Polish Beautifully. Quaker Ranges Last A Lifetime. Their Record of Past Performance Proves It. THE C. W. AVERILL COMPANY BARRE, VERMONT nt finish, a beautiful tone, all solid- ,n APP'Jn region, l.tles at the trimmings, a piano that regularly rate of rVPr1 thousand acres per month for ?350. AVhen I told Mr. Adams, P?"'" to tn nited Mate, lor nanager of the piano department, tl,e, V" L'1'" J"?. ,0M' tnd June 30, 1914, appropriations were made at the rate of $2,000,000 a rear, or Srl.000.000 in all. Of these M.ooO.OOrt, $5O3,l(i3.0rt were used for expenses inci dent to acquisition. Thus 01.7 Per cent. I of the money was actually used In pay ment for land or remained available for that purpose on Julv 1, 10M. while the expenses of acquisition to June 3. 1014. amounted to 8 per eent. of the appro I prist ed fund. "Apparently expenses of acquisition for the lands to be with what remains. If any. of this 111. I ruu rrTi ..-Ml V. . . 1. - .. : I ... . i IRF THFSF YfillR SYMPT11MS? ; ZiZ Z .ww.. w m w...w . 141.. nf I. Assistant Forester illiam T.. Fall. In I charge of the acquisition of lands for the protection of the watersheds of navl gable streams, has this to sav about thi cost of the processes to the govern nientt "If it be said that this la more than lit costs private parties or companies to acquire land. 1 answer that except in rre lease no individual or company has eone I 1- . I. - A II. . !l - . .... Tin. r.m.,1. im tim.,!.. .,. I;... K. V"r -ra.pn.en mil ne title. tb ivm f I'lnkl. thm ntl. l...(ivi . th". '"nd" hrk to "ripinal source. ;n. .i... j . " a.....: The timber eompame. umislly find it a - .0. .j . . ...r. j assist nature. Taken regularly for a ' At 11 1. . . T iiiw, iney reauy no correct constipation. that for the month of April I should advertise this piano for $200, he replied that it was a crime to sell such a beau tiful piano for $J00, so you can imagine it is some bargain. We warrant this tiiano for ten years, and the terms are $10 down and $8 per month. A cata logue showing the style of this piano will be sent to anyone interested in purchas ing a piano. Geo. D. Jarvis & Son, Tur lington, Vt. Advt. Do 70a find your breath bad in the morning, a bad taste in the mouth, a coated tongue, a mean feeling in the bead 7 Constipation, which these ymptoma denote, is dangerous because it meant that poisonous material! which should I have been expelled from the body are heing retained. It ia a condition which., 11 noi corrected, becomes curonic. Report Interesting in Many Particulars, i Made By U. S. Geological Survey. One of the highly important natural resources of a state, and one that is not always thoroughly appreciated, is its water supply. An ahundauce of water I suitable for drinking and for general do mestic and industrial purposes J'htys a part that can scarcely be overestimated in the health, progres, and prosperity of a community. Mate and federal geo logical surveys are charged with the duty of determining the nature and extent of wster supplies. ' More than half the state of (Jeoria through AugiiNta, Macon, and Columbia is included in the physiographic andj geologic division known as the Atlantic j and tlulf Coastal plain, which slopes' front a maximum flctation noujrm HiH1 f(H,t t)lp northwest to sea level on the southeast. This vast lowland sup Kirts a rapidly inrrcasing population, 1 which in l!U0 amounted in round num- j bers to lisi.lHst people, or a Unit half! the population cl the state, lb-cause of the iiiiortaiice of water supplies to these peii!e the I'nited State, geological survey, in cooperation with the gwilogi eal survey of t,ei!gia, has during recent years b"en studying the ground-water supplies of th area, and the results of the investigation have just lx-cn publish ed by the federal survey as water sup ply paper 311. bv U W. Stephenson, in to catch, and II. I). I Me. 1 The repoit, which embraces more than ELEVEN ARE SLAIN Aliens All Assassinated Re cently in Mexico . City A. B. JOHNSON MAKES THIS STATEMENT maximum elevation of about : q says Obregon Predicted the Capital's Destruction necessary to carry the title ha k only al.'sSl nsL'. treats of the iri-nlovical nour tew years. ir enougn to make them sure San Antonio. Tex., April 6. Fleven foreigners have been asainatel recent ly in Mexico City, aivording to Arthur Itullard Johnson, an attorney represent ing jointly the 2,ixm Americans of the city and the international committee of the capital district, who pasaed through here Sunday night on his way to Wash ington. The persona assassinated, ac cording to the statement of the inter- 1 national committee counselled by the OIL LEASES ENF0RCIBLE. Those Containing "Surrender Clauses" Can Be Backed by Injunction. Washington, April 6. The supreme court yesterday held that oil leases in general use containing "surrender clauses" were enforcible by injunction in federal courts. EXPLOSION KILLS SEVEN. Ten Other Men Missing at Mine Near Greenville, III. (Jreenville, 111., April fi. Seven men are known to have perished in an ex plosion in the mine of the Shoal Creek Coal Co. near here yesterday. Ten are missing. The bodies of seven men have been recovered. , THREATEN AUSTRIA Great Activity Is Shown by Italy in Assembling Forces Write the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.. Bchenectady, N. V.f for a free sample or ret a toll-site, zent bottle OI i'lnkJet from jour own druggist. that they can remove the timber. Hut the government la buying this land to hold for all time and that sort of meth od cannot be followed. Hence the slight ly larger expense." ECZEMA LITTLE GIRL'S FACE News Value of Advertising. The news value of advertisement in overlooked by many publishers who can only see in them a source oj revenue and a means of selling merchandise (or the benefit of tbs adrertisers. And vet if these same publishers should cut out all advertising for a month or six weeks they would rind much, to their surprise, Very Inflamed and Red Looking. Itched and Burned Badlv. Did Not Sleep Well. Used Cuticura l!1, tih;;rein-uUt'" ""u ,,(T u,u Soap and Ointment. Face Cleared. Newspaper have been known to pn to ine wan Decaime ot tne is of tietiart ment store advertising, tnt alone he- cause of the amount f motaey m h ad Jz vssV i mi Hit ti Windsor Avw EaM Lyra. Maas. "My Out alri's race broke out tlrat as a pimple sad aba aci.cani It cauatne K prrwd aa ovr bar face as a Dm rash. Thar was aa erupt tow aa laar ctUa and her fare was vwrj Inflaae4 and r4 Inoklnc. I UaousM ha ou!4 tw ar-aired 1 Ufa. I tlMMtcht IS was ee etnaasR ftdwd ao4 b-rae4 bellr. Kba did dot aleea Weil and It mad br ttmxj. I trtrd all kinds of ram Aitirrrmk mlmm thea tnaUr 1 ihoUKUt tt C utrur Swap and Ointment and MH a try ttas, AIW wing them a few times I was wefl pliawwd as I awed Una rsxi'lnu al!r for aamit ta we:. Hr fmr cJrd aad B yaw wmal'' Bvwr low at bad bad anjr aUs tcmiMe. tniganC) Mr. R. Horraa. aurMl S, 114. Sample Each Free by -Mall Allbourb CoUrw ftii '2Ae ) aad C fui Oiatomt .V- ar sd enertim ywm snr try thna t4trm fa tmy tbenx. rrwa aaastas e-b with 2-t. Ja ttarai ae rjtaawt Ad4ra poat-card Xjrtbrara, taa. T, lasau" A True Tonic is one that assists Nature. lUg-j!ar aid r.atural action cf the rtomach, liver, kidneys ar:l lo-srcls lerp yem well and Ct. and thi? action if f sromoted iy I : . I . . I I . : refi.w the eha iiii-tfr anrl the miarititv nf I ' ' . , i .1 a an Ameiiesn. a Swede, three Ottoman the criiiuid water and the extent to, ... .i : .u -i i i.. i j .... i.... a "' ' i Simniarda. .. I errv sflulavits. eontiimed io maps accompany ine report, one showinjj in color the surface distribu- I errv sflidavits." continued Mr. Intm-nn. "to tlie follow in statemrtit: 'i ll,t'e..M mi t l.e time nf the t..n of the pe,,hvlc..l formation and tU firi, . of ,,e c.pjtal l,e would otlKsr the lo.tM.n and depth of wells andif,t rwniw. foreipn-r until foreigners the ste. in which the condition, are , reeo,;nired him and pnbli. Iv Mated at the favorable for obtaining flowing atte.isn ,imr fl( tUf mvntui oeenpation that h 'sell. The hydrologic map indicate in lie to see the day when a cross a striking manner that in the t oast.il ou j nia,V the t.l, where the city of! pim tne sialic ne i yrrai enooizii to J, yi.-o oni-e Stood. lause the pround water to overflow t i Whineton, April t. -Rear Admir! the surface in the lowland rn-ar t'e I ('arerton vesterdav reported the sitna- ALONG THE AUSTRIAN LINE injf along the Austrian border in the provinces of Bresoia, Udine, Vicenza and lii lluno. The onccntration of troops i so complete that it includes full supplies of ammunition and hospitals, Red Cross corps and airships. In view of these preparations should the povernment or der the "red mobilisation" so called be cause the manifestos proclaiming it aro printed in red letters it would be mere ly a formality. Jn ordinary circum stances this writilil require from two weeks to a month. uaiixv Superb HEAL YOUR SKIN WITH RESINOL It Stops Itchinf lastanth, and Clears Away Unsightly Eruptions. If your skin itehes snd bums with eexema or any such tormentinjr, un sightly skin disease, simply wash the sore places with Resinol 8osp snd hot wster, dry, and spply a little Rciino! Ointment. The Itching stops IS STAXTLY, you no longer have to dig and scratch, sleep becomes possible, snd bealinr begins st onee. That is because I the soothing, antiseptic Resinol medi cation strikes right Into the surface, . . . L - .! t . L Ml I greatest activity. All houses of pea-j-""v- V "vw"" v' "T 7."- ,, ,' . 4. - . . V-l.-, 1 . I AIDIw-Ij KIwTB rnMini IU- WllUiru, id- liun in nif tsiciiit.g tn'i t tiir 'is-i The Army Corps from Every Part of the Country Are Said to Be Included Oiiasso, Switzerland, April C The as sembling of Italian t roups on the Aus trian frontier is continuing with the tines affected have been occupied by sol diers. This information reaches I'hiassoJ from Italian source. It is learned from: the anie tourers that still more impor tant military activity is under way. In formation on this point i refused tran mission bv the Italian censor flamed skin to perfect health quickly. easily and at little cost. Prescribed by doctors for twenty years, and sold by every druggist. A GOOD WAY TO SHAMPOO Shampoo with Resinol Soap, rubbing The prohibition of the publicat ion of J Its lather thoroughly into the scalp, so srmv snd navy movement, which wenti ss to worK in tne ootriing, nesnng into'effet't on March 31. is being enforced Resinol medication. Thi almost alwsy strictly. Regiment from Rome, Naples stops dsndruff and scalp itchin. sni snd even distant talabria are now camp-l keeps ths hair live, thick and lustrous. t and in the valleys of the larger t ion at ProtTeo quiet, with ship load- stream but not gret enough to produce ng is1. tltiw on tle upland between the; Se-retry Rrn i,t there bad ten stream. I no ilevelm.ment in the plan to neutrsl- 1 Two profile sM-tinn howr t)w geolopieii'e Mexico t'ity. lie refused to di:s struct me of the Coastal plain tt the. the report on condition in the Mexican monmlinat, tlss "enerl d p of tlie form- lespital made public in I I Vatt by an turn linj from the landward : mB-n or an iniernationai committee, mr- ; ,twrt and mithestsH toward'the . tl"'r " rrt thst the department: vertisinf renreent'd but b" use ,f tlie :! xt..;,, .,,,1 the fttl.ntie wn i ''J rev ived resolution, drafted for rmb-1 decline in circulation and lite reiiltii2 ' ti et.iin mrm tUr.f,-e f.anrat.le l"t"n by a eommittee of American in' I .i I.J -i . -.i s . - n...: -. w ,, t,M(s mmt VI tHIHT Biivrnispr. The Sunday newspaper ,ve the est circulation and eriy W iwwt etusinp. vviivt limiw Sunl.y i a ,,,,ter will l-e of erc.t pr-ticl value u-, ... .e an. jwooe i.sve more time,,, ,tw, ennxtmer of water, whether it nastaTsBaa-Baaa An Announcement I for th, production f rte.i.n twwire. ' M,""y1'',tT 'e.wnlly. bnt bad aeen ft to the larp-U oi th r. nort tr- st of the '''-' 1 he re." -it ions. Mr. wr-t sd-J,be,K,l chsra.er of the wster. Th.s J,"" "'? -at.-n,. bad t-n m.de that another report on the Mexico t ity itotion pmbably would be made pub- to read ti bar-,.. Th.t ty re.d the j j. quired for aj.m.f..-t..r.ni. ,.Unt-''': ' '."T " ' 7 Tr7 . Wert mm ment. w.t ere.t .we. i. . j w . .1 l. '-d t'.t it w not n siithentie dne- ameniM-mcni w its rreat care liai - j .... . . .1 a. br tha snt.... ... at.. . - i . , , ., nment .. , , , rta treat en re Iw.iW-r u Tbe s-rtrr bad not read the jXlonday and t n ial aab-s durinr Vn'f Vm',.-t if.mjimmU, ,Um--t,r .ip,l... t of J"""k- lwentt--ev.ii thousand fepl.-. , riu pf punltifg and wfUnmc pti.e. the n n y, ,),...,, ,rt., f sttir..ay, 1 aaid. a-aa.1 . east r.s .1 .a I 1 Iwaw -- a w 1. mW ti -.a.- wm-rvm " - i -w m 'M" Ofil I I f i f t,a New York Hers Id tn r.p!r to (U . j Tbc' twa.! wiTl be ef.tl r.t mdr te fiej a4vTtienHnt sptiearina in a aiijrU ..t, H..t it.1 t.itnt of tle i..-.re,t Vnnday of that t.ew,pper. ! ,st.t ..! bnt al to fWI w-bo 11 fmbiie ! able t ae..re fr. m t'e j enftetrplat rominff t that reC. f.a 4 column lHin-M tiew H ea bad t-,ti. v,irnnm, ,.f e1Wi.l,i.ie ,n.l.itr'il wbee elae. Tin new i almot B im- , . , m i ajrrMnltnre. A f-rtant S seteb 1m4 in the )(,T,r m,r b, oU.irted free em ap.'ie cnlomn. A a mstter o f.,H rnn.1 s. (rn , (V ,tirm tU rT' al pie could r4 Ufg very eomfort My , .r,,r . Wa.hftoa . T . C. witWmt mi. f the -.le or tlrraii siatlef t"fitte4 in the (ranrra Lot ANOTHER WOVEN TELLS Hew Vincd Kse Her Strang f--ISa ie. ftiMi.-- ! ib ll .' H A Medicine of Merit. thrr wH e per-nee trn.1, ;,?rw-H r ia fiiing mt wrtWrt Hms advert ie Bwit tipon tK-k tty d i-tid in the xisiim oi fo---i.e i weartnc I w f'Jl. fed. fwrO'ta'-e. tuw h.-iit asn. ! t w. and tle t)misad aad one tlv ln tht rtrj1e?te t IWeir 1'li an.J rfn- A ITopriMary Wedicine. 1 Ve every- tl.ir-C le tht eae lfore the ib!ic. b to pre it W 'flt. ITie law of the urvival of the fiit.-t sppb in this 6''lJ s in oth-r. Tbe r"i for the t r H-n -w a of I lis K. I'lnVb - 4!.Ve ( oti.f-iiftd i twesne it b teen fn'!,;i of a r-1 booian n-d fr 4" yar, aa t' at t-!y 1 l,..o-n1 Ameearan aotr-n owe th-ir b-tb sol bapt ine ta the ir,sri l'.ii p..wT of hi fatmen ne4- 1 hw. fr.ade frm r- 4 bba ns- tnre' ren.-dr for woman' ill. Advt. of the greatest impor tance to housewives in connection with their spring cleaning will be published in this news paper next week. E HAFVIS : PILLS taa tVvwi kV.asi f-tmrnm at SV Vasil MrsrM hsmlk.ai . .iai a i j ata. rwe-v-?i w'ir'i eotiii ftare a I tat aa rwe Atrm-n. w.-k and tfrttttm I trt and tberr o.il rl!" snd tye-'entiM fit -f I aertil.-r.f I ate .-! well b I tn4 v trie :e ,a4 tl") at.d we If tbe retnTH from eiee,,Utoa w- I M e-'"L I d-nMhl't ml. and t-womVe-ftty l-re t r t po.l ?e j f.e-. e-'u t af jt nr I wept-d a fpJl ft r bis rk snd iest-' rnjld fif ! Hii't." I ti w H meet be wnuid lr t ti tt tr- ' a,4 rfr,r mn4 tn In lwHd tV-aai I bate ! im yearn,"" lr. Arms V. .1-l-i. 1 !-" ! He irM 'f'd f'r all rm-ii" . tl ! ! ! tefed n e Vl-ti .. I i- '.. Arnrr . rt"e t, a"'! at V-a rr d'or e! eeyWere. nble tn oerore (! mer- harts et Her bneioewa and t.w wW.1 W"-n frit ia tii piT I'"- ee i ? '.r arrat. tv-w ;oui im t i .e-r . .t. I rtbsno b a a v i'!. f rsw-aw. i Haa-vef cm Tr i'Tb Tit t4vn and IuW- lj-iee. A'-v. MUWtlL CARS afar All Itad ISIS VsVWeTI tw raenpT roa ltT wrtb eorpl4e etfin-tert-toir tp. ab-ar-yitiMMi. vatrt lat iff w jnd-bw-ld. apeed m"T. ebwtra beaiij-bt. ator r batt"i ad rt"tri bnrm. -iwe t-e . " earned! ia 4rk r.f-'jr- te'-et. Pr. f. o. K TVr;t; li-rlrw -!a"t"T fr e-t1- K. f. CLTlf R Consolidated Lighting Co.