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THE HARUE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., Fit ID AY, APRIL 0, 1915.
r CABOT RANDOLPH n-ii.ffififsnMsei' r.r...c It's Economy to Cook with both Coal and Gas The New Quaker Gas Oven, attached to the coal range, makes the ideal combination for service- quick results comfort and economy We want to show you many advantages of the Quaker gas oven such as all cast iron construction Patent oven lighter which pre vents explosion Standard U. G. I. Burners, roomy oven convenient broiler, and top gas end shelf with three burners. With this combination you are actually buying two ranges combined in the space of one, and you can bake equally well with the coal or gas oven 1 Qpusflk&n? THE C. W. AVERILL COMPANY BARRE, VEIIOCT SOUTH RYEGATE Mr. and Mrs. Krncst Ingram wore in Hanover Sunday to atend the funeral of Willis Ingram, their brother. Elmer Henderson of ftoston is spend ing a week, with his brother, Edwin, at Boltonville to enjoy the maple sugar Rea son. Mrs. A. A. Kavor was called to Lyii dnnville Saturday by the serious illiiefcs of her mother. Mrs. Francis Ingraham is visiting her mother and other relatives in St. Albans and Kichford. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Beaton returned Monday from Eaut Roxbury, where they were called by the death of their grand mother, Mrs. Silas Mills. Miss Mabel Hall went to Ronton Fri day to spend Easter and take a week's vacation. Mrs. Joseph McLam is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Willard, at Milan, N. H. . Rev. John Lytle is in Salem, X. V,, this week and next and will attend the meeting of U. l synod at Albany as a delegate from the Vermont synod. J. D. McAllister is to be auctioneer for Rev. 8. P. Brownell of West Harnet BETHEL Joseph W. Curtis Died Yesterday After Week's Illness With Pneumonia. Joseph W, Curtis died at his home here yesterday after a week's Illness with pneumonia, lie came here five years ago from Calais, Me,, and lias been employed as n tool sharpener at the Woodbury Granite Co's. shed. He was a hard work ing man and will ha missed by the com pany and tho community. lie Is sur vived by hia wife and four children, Frank, Joseph, Hale and Edith. He was in his G7th year. Funeral services will be held SunAay afternoon, the following officers of Hothel hriuieh, O. C. I. A., act ing as bearers i William Ford, Lulgl Ta ranto, (Jeorga Sturk. Theodore Marlcey, Michael Rehan and Mark Savage, The EAST CABOT Mr, and Mrs. Frank Peck went on Wednesday, to Burlington, where Mr. Perk entered the Mary Hetelier hospital for on operation. Arthur Read has returned to Lyndon, vllle to resume his school work, after a few days' vacation at hla home here, Mrti and louiaa IVpU are spending a few days with their slater, Mrs, John Chandler, at IVacliam, Mrs, (Jeorga Drew was at Mf.rahn.ald Pitnday with relatives. Miss Marlon Mra reeentiv visited at Harry fJamblin's and If, A, Nelson's In Cabot, Mrs, fra Reed Its p.h'e to be out agiiln. after a few davs' ill ne Mrs, fteorge Morse baa neuritis In her family will be accompanied to the burial 'li'lit arm nid baa to have her arm in a mace n Maine bv Ernest K. Hanna. dele.iB""f Jlentamfn Field of I'eae'uaiH was at Ira Head's Sunday, EAST CALAIS irate from the granite eutter' branch. Mrs, Hannah Snow paused her ItHth birthday anniversary quietly at lie? home yesterday, She roer.lved icvrral callers, including her iifcpohildr' 11, Hiram J, nnw Ami Vrd Kn. V lllrv eif Kharofl. She received many eardn.' flower and Lea TebVtU ae hPTiet the lite Mrs. ntlwr tokens nt remembrance l r Snuw ' A Illleti MirilllS d.e, wrlenn.eH her eltera eonllsllv. She U Arthur lrk I1U8 rented lit fat'B t very artlvo for l rr vears and sees and i Ndert Uwnry of V'ireesiiT, on Monday, the 12th. Mr. Brownell has hears well. She rents a while each day i after dinner, but Is up and stxint the 1 ,11 i ,L. - . . . C Al. I - oeen i cai.eu lo n.e p.i ..r u. j ,, nt 0( t), thll(, ,.(.r- ,,,, byW1.ii i-numi .varim, , K(, ()I(rrt yy Met'lure entertained Miss Margaret Ferguson and Miss the young people, of the Congregational .Margaret ixingmoro nave returnea irom church Wednesday evening, tne noxpitai at iianover, wnere iney went two weeks ago for appendicitis operations. Both of the young ladies have made- a rapid recovery. Miss Beatrice Wheeler of Lancaster, X. H., is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. P. Crowe. H How to Dry Clean Yokes, Cuffs, Trimmings, Etc. WORCESTER No need to rip them out and wah and stitch them on again or to clean the whole garment. Water Un't good for good lace anyway. DiT cfcaa tteai 1 wmi fh SalMT fmktniMWt mf mm afuUtrr arttanui r trswplc, with mm ca,aat at lajarr -M practically aa coal. riacttlw pan la a tataae am ihirtt aa dark. WaS tannmrslr araa aujnara at Pataaai Dry-Ca-aaac mm4 gaanliaa taaa araia aba deaa isaalla. J Ml la mmpirM , aaalral alaca a rk aa4. arrtara, Ika) cteaolaf SMlaoS VIS Mkt la faarlo la Ivka aa long at it foa vaabaS Itrai la aaaa aa4 aiar. 1 arrv ar 8 SaaSr4 alKe aar, araMbla dcanlftg an laf Pmtnmm Dry-CimAr anawa. ffkwrs, M, Ian, alifca, aaua, nia lacn, nt., mrrtkuif Jot SraaaS aaaa la ariitiailewal 4ff dcaecr Sa at raa. Da tana yaaratlt auS VI amalf kka ia atnary aa caargn. Yaar DrssatcarrHf mmm Pi a Clemmmr 2Wa4MlraiatM. II aa aaal tapr'T raa- nwar- a viS a-aS amla. anaiaaiS, fa Sta. I MONROE DftUO CO, OuiMCT. ILL. Makers o Putnam Fmdttm Oym. Ira Brown remains very low. Charlotte I'tton Is gaining slowly, Henry Holt and family of Montpelier were guests of Mr. and Sirs. C, M, Iidd over Sunday, Rev, (leorge Smith frmn ConcorJ Is a rlallor In town. . Mrs, Fred Willey la Improving V"' her mother, Mrs. William Merrill from Montpelier, mho lias been raring for her, bas returned home. tJenrge Fink of Favstan was at C. M. Ladd'a this week. ' Bvron Cane Is home from Plattslairg, V. Y where be Is st tending, high school, but wllf return Saturday, Mrs. Ixul'e 'nt h was called to Sara nac l-ake, V, yY by the illness nf her brother, h returned Tuesday, M. 8. Ilullmrt attended the rd com mtksloners' meeting at Montpdier Tues dar. The ladles' aid hl reorganized, with the following (((Tlcvrsi President, Mrs. Tonne) W-preidetit, Mrs, Cant'i swi retary, Mrs. Ijidd, Vieter Smith was a rwynt visitoc at D-ll Dwinell'a. , H.srold Dwinell is visiting in Siieffield. Ani Hla tun has sold bis farm to Frank Parixo of Ktsex Junction and has Im. unlit what is known as the Byron Pierce place in this town. Mies Maude L. Pierce of Hardwick is in town, vixiting friends and relatives. Wendell i:Miilricb of Calsit is morking for Dell Dwinell. Miss Huth Pike of Pln-nSeld is visit ing her aunt, Mrs. Frank Marsh. Mrs. Mavnard king is sirk. Ifr. Hail of South Woodbury is attending her NORTH MONTPELIER. "Paid In Full" in North Montnelier ball to-morrow night by Hi Nellie loll Players, followed bf dancing. Admis sion, 2.V, Supsrb 1 1 (H7W tT-?h- rr hjiw ftWaas Gin Test These Points on tho Road by Calling Mrs. S. H. Miles. C. J. Spencer; Agents 70 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont We hare smiml trie Oakland aalrs contract, and are anxious to Kow ymi llie real value of the car. The leading sUndard of power, speed, comfort, luxury and economy has been estabu&hed br FOURS SIXES Bern esiaDU&nea vj Oakland N mater what ynor rmt twelet b, cm K''!' far bettor mhur Oskland. At SWijr wiil csQ for yvm. aSAaTtaT .Wprf- taa 4lle-Ht.m.fm fa a m tvW in th n IN aelecf ar A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mills April 3. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Lester Knapp Friday. Auril 2. Miss Earlena McConachia is spending ner vacation Irom school at the borne ol her aunt, Mrs. L. W. Burbank. George Witham of East Montpelier has purciiased tne ilenry ililla farm of &. I), WtUO, ' Miss Ethel Warden of Barre was guest at the home of her irrandfather a. i5ioageti, ssveral davs last ween Kev. S. F. Blomfleld of Montpelier will deliver the Memorial day address here. Dalton Kenerson gave a birthday party to 10 ol oil boy friends April 1, in hon or of hla sixth birthday. Refreshments of cake, iea cream and candy were served. Miss Alice Paine ia stopping with Mrs Etta Haines a few weeks. Mrs. Mjabel Burnham returned to her home in Barre last week, after spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. fctta flames. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Currier visited friends in Danville Monday. Mason Hoyt was a business visitor in VYoIcott over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bushee were called to Providence, R. I., Thursday by the serious illness of their daughter. Mrs. Roscoe Hart went to Mary Flctcn er hospital Monday for treatment. Fred Laden was a business visitor in ilardwick Saturday. Mrs. B. !. Rogers went to liostoa Mon day for a few days' stay. Miss Sarah Rogers is boarding at M. I. heeler s for an indefinite tune. Stanley Kenerson was a business vi itor in St. Johnsbury Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith were in Marshfield Saturday to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Martin Newton. Miss Mary Foetpr of Waldcn is work ing for Mrs. Plinv Smith. Stanley Kenerson has finished clerking for S. V. voodry and Paul Norm is tak ing his place. Miss Ruth Lamson of Montpelier spent several days last week with her grand mother. .Mrs. A blue Kamson. Mrs. Gertrude Wells accompanied her daughter, J-.sther, to Boston .Monday, where the latter will resume her school work at Wellesley. Mr. and Mrs. J. (I. Pike were guests of their son, Perley, in Jflaintield, Tlmrs da y. A. V. Nelson. .T. M. Southwick and Will Adams attended the county road commissioners meeting at Montpelier Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Green of East Burke wns called here Fridav bv the serious illnesi of her mother, Mrs. Charles Gil man. Arthur tiilman of Jtcrliit. .v n was called here Saturday by the illness of Ins mother Miss Kva Beaton was in Montpelier on business .Monday. Mrs. Charles Gilnian passed awav Mon dav afternoon after a few week"' illness. following an operation at M:iry Fletcher hospital the firt ot the winter. Why go to Florida to escape cold weather, wlaen Ihe grasshoppers can be picked up in the field March 24? R. H. Cheney of Ilardwick was in town Thursday, buying cows. Stephen Nelson of Faynton is spend ing a few weeks with bis sons. Sidney Currier of New Hampshire i topping with his parents a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Rogers went to Bos ton Tuesday to purchase their summer stock of goods. They will vint friend in New York before returning home. The remains of Francis Knapp were brought here from Ilardwick Thursday and placed in the family lot in Cabot cemetery. Herbert Hideout was a business visit or in Ilardwick Saturday. Frank Peck went to Mary Fletcher hospital Wednesday for an oeration. M. I. Wheeler was a business visitor in Montpelier Wednesday. IVan Blodgett of Barre has lieen at the borne of his father. S. B. Blodgett. several davs. lifter Gilman of Berlin was in town Friday to see his mother, who was ent icallv ill L. C l-ance went to Burlington Sstur day and accompanied hia wife home from the hospital Monday. Ralph Munson came borne from the hospital at Burlington Monday Frank l.ucis of Barre is spending a week with In I'Sfnts E. A, Merritt tock a psrtv from Tier and Marshfield Tuesdav to East Barre to attend the funeral of Clarendon Tuck er. Harvey Ropers was in Walden Sstur dsr, where he purchased several cows The remains of William Webster were brought here from St. Paul. Minn., and placed In the family lot leside his father and mother. Hit wife and two sons ac conipamed the body. Card of Tranks. I wish to thank neighlsw Woodmen f"t their liberal contribution to me in time of siik nets. Fred Grace RUTLAND FIRM WINS Is Suit Brought Against a Bellows Filli Company. Rutland. April . Tbe inry In r esse of the Wilson CMh'ng to. of this city VS. the Abbott Wolfe tVthins: I n of lU-llowa I alls returned a verdief i Rutland eminty court yea-terdsy award ing the rHsnit.ff M1.V7I. vhs-h sa the sm'mnt ra dipnt. 1 be plaintiff sold it' JVlUura Fall bran'-h te the lrf .-iilart s.iw tnne mfo. After the eale t If Ah loslt'Wclfe rnTaj cted aoert bill mhich had ben n mj; the Wtlasji )e-n I, atre. and refused t tirn tlie mmey m rr tn the Rutland mmn-rn. 1 ! caw a it i tn the jury yeatetiisr Hiomtng arid a oWiMi sti arrived at in a sl.rt t !")". T1 errunwl in t nm were ,T't.-j.!i i . ?nrea fir l plaint, fT and RyW 4 Lra batai UHoi.a f all apd K. H. I'.rv e IS- citr fr the d-te'Hsnt. i Mr. nnd Mrs. K, H. Hewitt left on Wednesday for Putney to pass several days with a cousin. Miss Anna Bryan linn come from Bos ton lor a several days' stay in Bos , Raymond, the two-year-old "son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bruce, is very ill with an attack of pneumonia.' Miss Winnie Buiridgo has gone to Ferrisburg to continue teaching tho spring term of school. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Chandler went to New York to pass a week, and they took with them Martha, the second daughter of Mr. and Ma. Leioy Mann. 3lr. and Mrs. N. E. 'Whitney, who came from Bellows Falls to pass Sunday with Mrs. Floyd Bruce and family, went on to Burlington the first of the week. Mrs. . W. Morton, who hag been passing the winter with her sister, Mrs. DeWitt Webb, at West Mcdford, Muss, has returned and opened her house for the summer. The Randolph Trotting association held a meeting recently at the oflice of A. B. Gay ami elected C. 1). Gibbs, Eli St. Tawrence and Frank Sawyer to build sheds Bud a judge's stand at the park this season; Mrs. Gibbs and K. C. Mc Intyre of Bethel and A. B. Gay of this place to arrange for races, and W. S, Bryant, committee on stalls. The first races of the season will be held on the Monday following Decoration day, with halt mile heats and no entrance fee. The marriage engagement of Miss Marjorie Chedel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Chedel. and Harold P. Gay lord was announced on Monday evening when Miss Chedel pave a tea, to which she invited eight of her friends. Mr, iaylord holds a position of chemist in the private office of the Southern Cot ton Oil company at Montclair, N. J, Mrs. W. B. Vinll has returned from a several months' stay in Los Anireles and other parts of California, and is passing several daj-s with Mrs. h. I). Strong, be fore opening her house nearby. Mrs. John I dall of Farminpton. N If., and her daughter, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wardner during the Easter vacation from the school in Farmingtori. Mrs. E. L. Mclntyre, who has been ith he son. Dr. Harry Mclntyre, in S'ew York for several weeks, is now in Woodstock for a time ltcfon: return ing to Burlington for a longer stay, be fore she comes to open her house for the aon here. Miss Mary DuBois underwent an oner- tion here on riidiiy. instead of at Han over, N. H as was first suptHised. Dr. Frost, her cousin from that place, was present to assist, and she is now at the sanatorium in the care of a trained nurse from Schenectady, N. Y., and is thought to be making a good recovery. Earl Chadwick, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Chadwick. was here over Knster, coming from Albany, N. Y., where he is in the employ of Hancock 4 Shannon, clothing manufacturers. Mrs. W. E. Maeey of Mont slier was the guest of her brother, Ray Ordwav, and family for a few davs recently Mrs. Delia Giurley has returned from five weeks' stay in Melrose Highlands, Mass. Charles Pratt, a teacher in the Wat- crtown institute for the blind, is in low n for a few days with his aunt, Mrs. Emily Burroughs. Riley and Dana Rnlsmson were in ( lareniorit the first of the week, to see their brother, William, who is serious ly ill. A daughter. Mirjorie Caldon was horn on Thursday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chase. Mrs. Frank Gold of Northtleld is be ing entertained by her siter, Mrs. J. F. Tew ksburv. Euuene llolnian. who has Ix-cn hard sick this week with the irrip, was able to Is- dressed on Thurs- lav. Mrs. John Howell of Barre is pass ing some time with Mr. ami Mrs. N. C, t'irccne. Mrs, Edna Fairbanks baa lsen enter tainini; her daughter, Mrs. Lyndon Thomas, and Miss (iladys Young of Sal inhurr, who came from a few davs' stay in Montpelier. Tin' ladies' aid scictv of the Baptist r-hurch met on Wednesday and elected tWe following otKcers: Mrs. A. B. Ciish man. president ; Mis. R,il-rt Flint, vice president: Mrs. Ellen Huntington, nee rctsrv; Mrs. H. A. !-onard. treasurer. The house of the Iste Mrs. Angie Wood has lsn sold to P. P. and John l-amson. who will rent the hciiae and use the hams for their teams and for storage The lUi.tn-t church socictv Iwld it inuiial mix'tmg on Wednesday evening arid elected the loiiowmi: lifers: v M-rs Mm. Eugene, Dolman: treasurer. Mi Mora B, ll: collector. Mr.. J. C. Har- hw j trust'. H. M. Totomsn. K. N. Ris ing. Alfred Wib-tei, A. B. Cnshtnan: oinmittce on ushers. II. M. Tot man, .1 C. Hallow ; committer on rvpr im. II M. Totman. E. V FiMne and Harry The report f the unrjl de- h 1 "vim r11 'i: .'.mvj - .v,v ti "j ..u 'J r.: J.',vy. 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Charles Harden, who was knocked town by a delivery team of the Jerome store, Wednesday, aa he wax crossing the atreet. ia recovering from the shock of the fall. No lionea were broken, but Mr. Havden i rsomewhat shaken lip. The driver of the team was watching a crowd of children playing, when one slialt struck .Mr. Harden on the chest, throwing lijm some distance. Julian A. Goodrich of this city haa been appointed superintendent of the treet and water department of New- sirt, and left for that place last Mon-J a jr. .Mr. Goodrich haa had considerable xperience along these line and lant ear was civil engineer on the construc tion of road in Windsor county. He L'raditated from Norwich university in Hill and the Thayer school of engineer- ng at Dartmouth in l!H2. He was for merly a member of the Walker. Walker Goodrich firm, but a year ago left the firm and went into business for him- i The funeral of Marshall J. Bailey, ! fMinV O 4 1717 DPI TPI?! former resident of this city, who died I A URJV. &Af & KC.L,lH.r 1 Wednesday at his home in Haverhill, VfT IVriTPPCTTfiV I H., was held from the home of his I i. viv avav.. a a son. H. H. Bailey, this afternoon at 1:30 I , .; ill. anHamint tablets! I.K k, Key. S. F. Blomtield officiating. Lsaliv. ai.l. von have been I l I!..!.... . I i l- it . B v " . . I iinur, F.q vriii 111 u iniiiiiiirr, m i. a attention to a reference in "Musical America" to Mme. Van De Vero Miller, who ia the contralto to appear on May 27. as follows: "Mme Van De Vere Miller is being congratulated on her ap jKiintment to a much sought position of leading contralto of the Firat Church of Christ Scientist New York. Mme. Mil bcr, who is one of the most popular sing ers in the concert and oratorio field, wa chosen after more than fifty applicants for the nwition had been heard. The salary offered is said to bo the largest paid any church singer in New York." Mr. Coffin wishes to urge every male member of the chorus to he present next week in order that he may take up the special male chorus, "Omnipotence." Ev ery tenor and bass must be on hand for this rehearsal. PLAINFIELD. On Monday night the Nellie Gill Tlay era will make 'their fortnightly visit to Plainfield. giving "A Bachelor's Ro mance." Same price, 25c. Seats at the drugstore. Dancing after the show. .... .... u.'in ... .m....ir.r, im. tati,, .,.,n to have lost their torcej 14. 1S.-.2. and revived his education in 1 J aiJ it now t,krg two or three to give J Hardwi.k. Taking up the occupation of i V()U th, Teylet vo pot it first from one.j carpenter, he continued in it for 20 years, ;t.. trme you changed to a new reme-J most of the tune in Woreeater, later go- , J Jy lh.t work( 0I, different principle.! in? to Sodom, w here he owned a store 1 1 i - -....l. I lom rartmerta .f ti'iirrh wrrW lioel all bills paid and aomithmg left in the treasury. It is et imst. d tiiHt srsMit the usnsl piantitv of sugar has Is-, n made in this ncinitv, but the quality i tliiMight l V enjH-rior, Prcckje- Face Saa ae Wtal Brref Oat Tfly &pct Bw ts tenter tsily try s rstT fir frprlW m th tbe r'ir- tee f a reluMe 4'-aW that rt lil rvA est rm a fTr "t rmwn t ' frefils: l.ile if H 1-a r'e rnn a rUnt eiw.lti the npnia" t'iFmf Sif?-''T as mirtr t r, .rre-..H:,1. rt-trb fr-tn soy d'u.-r- ad a f -. in,!'t,m' bnoH b'- J"i hnn y ft a r t-efaf f tff bm--T f - kU snd ) a b---t '! rt.l!iii t'mrr-'r i trw f ;a ejf- ti-i Ur t T! ee. W to m-k t,e -. el H , at-tiftk tnhirr is flie e a T ; e ni jir ('- "f r--"-. r if it faia to r-n"-e freckle. Ai: W,Hjawf a. t- YAtOABLE HORSE DR0W5ED. P. Asy and PluegeJ lets the Con- riectifBt. t-ttlsro. A"td P. K horse owned y lani. 1 I'. W. k h of Hin '. . H . titrrvman. was droainej in t! t on . .-i-nt river Wrdtt'-o.lat flight etsoit I .'i hwl; l i ii !. aiiinisl et ly"tid it--nl tr the yourifc- man t. driy. fu and rati into the r iw n t' H.ns- tale r.d Ve-tae.! the -nereiJ bn.le ac lir.nte f Ki'l-erd t'olliia. T!m yn'ing n. ra-r!-d I'.ihim, ! bis ir.tbr un's-l in time to er.n'l l ing srrid nt t'-e wate. I I try Haiti tlie ari!til ?nr"'d "'' antiv-bile t tn-1 ,i, ... 4 1 m c.rrc t'-e "am d'r,t'"' "r V , li nwtlv r's"fl an ?-r " ,'2' for t' lfe a-d ra-i-iage. Th w ai ran 1 t' Ixmw of r !!'!- td be bi:-r"4 n"t ith -en. le-t it ;.f)r.k-t,le tn ae t' rfa-. Mr, -f-o,n r, .jM-i yi'rnsi v t,u r T'f --r 'i-' t a Mump l ,a .'r ! .'! ! prv-itwi th V-xu- r"n w-alinr tts "ay f tVe arat- THe rs-r.wre e-d barna --e lary U-rr"d Tlwr . tin 1-Tir t'me t t ;fvT t the p"'-t -f t wH-"t fd i"t tbt l'fs'tal- inn li t It t'-f r!m.r. W1UA AMSTOWX tresr ' -f '' -o'J-5af rel f, i-, r,. t 1 ; ' l '"f. 11 , ' ncn your eionm n jii ia in was by hi efforts that a pstofli-e a tn ff.vtive and quick acting! i heated there and be held the office Ttmty it fn( jn Mi-o-na Stoma. h I Tablets, made from a scientific y.-t S radically different formula from the! usual digestive aid. Mi-o-na not only; gives prompt reliefc from sour, gasy stomach and the full, heavy, lumpy feeling that comes after eating, hut I vitalir.es the whole sluggish digestive a and intestinal machinery and makes! your stomach fit to do its own digest-1 of jsistnmster until lie came to Montpel ier. Here lie was in the Ahtaitt A Bailey I company and later in the Morse A Bailey i company, going to Haverhill ulsjiit four years ago, after selling out hi interest in Mnntwlier affairs. He ia survived I hy his father, w ho lives in Adamant ; Ins eon, H. H. Bailey and one sister,! Mrs. Thomas Drinkwater if this city. Allien sihnnott, aged :i years, is se-; a j(l(f in , Sjitby. normal, painless war. rlously ill with neuralgia of the heart, I -j-j,, r.i Cro I'harma.y and lead-1 but was reported a little more comfort- a ini? drmrirists every vi here a. 11 Mi-onal able yesterday. 1 1 on a tuwitive e-uarantee of sstisfsction The rehearsal of the Monttwlier Chor-! I or money baik. and stomach uff.Terl al society Tuesday evening wss the brst everywhere should prove its merit on j in results thus far this aenson, the work ! l,i.'t,.ia I of the chorus eliciting much praise from I Mr. t offin. The works studied were. "A i' Tab. of Old Japan." and "Fair Kllen.",rr During the rehearsal Mr. Collin called HAVE COLOR IN YOUR CHEEKS De Better Looking-Take Olive Tablets Big Amateur Contest at Op era House tonight. You know them all, they all know you. Tf rone ealn la . -crrnipleiloa fallld tona-u coated aptM-tit p'xir oa nave a i.,(i iai in yiir rriuin sa iiv. in.Kvl (eetinc sen ahouU tak l'U Tal'leta. It. IMwar.K City TaMeta aun rtitute f-ir calomel were prepared It 1-J wants after II tears I siuar I'h lit patient. It. :,lwr.1s' Oty) TsWet ara S r-tirelf ytftable com pounJ sniieij with coy oiU Voa will know Uem tr tbetr Curt Cole. If ynm wet,a clear, rtf ektn. frHfit ea. n tjImnlM. a teehr.ar of tunancv ilk clitldlivii4 slaia, c juiat set at tue tause. lr. tdwarda' Olire TaMete act oa tha 1 rrr and liowels ! cakmicl ret kave aerin after effect. 1 key a'a-t tba b:i ana cyercoena ntt rat.rm. 1 at' whv oiilltons of bnaes ar sold annvaily at 10c and 2be per lwa. AU dmrrtsta. lake one or two nicbtTr- and SKite tb pie sa ng remilt 1 mm vun i aoici unjuf, voumbou, va, $2-WoofJ-$2 Grccn I lard and Soft Wood Slabs delivered from the car for only $2 a load Arthur S, Martin ' Trlcbonc. 15 4. .WW, and 0 M Wc Have Just Kecievcd a Larc Stock of Leather Belt Ends and Strips Now is the time to buy, a leather it oin up. We also have the lat and Hands and nails and knives. Come now, while you have a ood assortment to chooe from. THE N.D.PHELPS CO. Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont