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THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY. JUXK 5, 1915.
Dependability versus- RANDOLPII MORS than 75 Concern now manufacture Tires. We believe that everyone of these makes as good Tires aa lie knows how, at the lowest Cost his Kx perience, Equipment and Methods make possible. We believe that the average Tire Manufacturer iafair in his treatment of Adjustments, and ttiut few deliberately misrepresent their product, either ver bally or In Print. We believe that no Tire Manufact urer can afford to make statements in print about bis product, which state ments cannot be borne out by the per formance of bis Tires, in actual use. We believe that the Tire has never been made which will not "Rim-Cut" if run "flat" for any considerable dis tance, and that many makers, including ourselves, have always produced Tires that would not otherwise "Rim-Cut"' Only 5 Plus for this Best Non-Skid Note following comparative prices. "A," "B." "C" and "D" represent four Widely-Sold Non-Skid Tirest Gwdritfc OTHER MAKES Sue Safety i i i Trtiu "A" B "C" "P" 30x3 $ 9.45 $10.55 $10.95 $16.35 $18.10 30 13" 12.20 13.35 14.20 21.70 23.80 32 1 3k 14.00 15.40 16.30 22.85 25.30 34 x 4 20.35 22.30 23.80 31.15 33.55 36x4H: 28.70 32.15 33.60 41.85 41.40 37x5 I 33.90 1 39.80 1 41.80 1 49.85, 52.05 Made aa alway. the tamrn reliable Con struction, the same dependable Service with out anything whatever taken out of Quality. no matter what reductions in List-Price are ever made. -Ingenious Claims We believe that many more Tires "Ureaknt-the-Bcad" than Cut at the Rim. O O WV, believe that the Rub ber Riveting System of attaching theTread to the Carcass (by means of a loosely woven fabric, which per mits the raw Rubber to percolate through its meshes and then Vul canize to Carcass and Tread ) pre vents, to a large extent, Tread (separation. We have long used this in "Goodrich" Tires, as a common place part of our Precision policy, but without laying any particular stress upon it. We believe that the "Double Cure" process, common with a preat many Tire Manufacturers under different names, adds un necessary expense to Tire Cost, which expense the Methods of the Goodrich Factory eliminate through its Precision "Single Cure." We believe that the cutting out of needless expenses like this (which our Precision Methods save) constitutes one of the strongest reasons why the largest Rubber Factory in the World (Ours) produces the greatest Mileage per Dollar of Cost in its Tires. And "The PROOF of the Tire is in the Mileage thereof." E believe that the House which sticks to the Truth in its Advertising, is reasonably sure to stick to the Fact in its Selling. You have never yet found anything in Goodrich Advertising which was not in the Goods it ad vertised. Hence you may pin your faith to the following statement: Goodrich Safety - Tread Tires give, with most UNI FORMITY, the greatest MILE AGE, and Resilience, at the fair est Cost, per MILE, to Tire Users. Test them and see! THE B. F. GOODRICH CO. Akron, Ohio Goodrich fair-listed tires MONTPELIER The tree sprayer, recently purchased by the city to prevent, so far as possible, insect pests, was tried out last evening at six o'clock on Berlin street under the direction of Demonstrator Dow of the company, which sold the machine to the city. The sprayer worked satisfactorily and will probably be placed in the hands of the street department to operate. In probate court yesterday, Charles C, Graves ot aterburv was named as exevutor of the Inst will and testament of Cornelia L. Holton, late of Water bury. Mrs. W. E. Perry of State street left to-day for Cabot, where she will pass several days with relatives. Miss Klizabeth Cutler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chandler, returned home yesterday from Washington, D. 0., wlicrn she has been attending school. PLAINFIELD Saturday Specials FANCY BANANAS lie TO ;Se DOZEN ORANGES FOR XSe TO etc DOZEN PINEAPPLES THREE FOR lit, TWO FOR Uc Fancy Florida Grapefruit TWO. THREE AND FOVR FOR tic STRA WHERRIES DI E BATl KtlAY MORMSft EE Ol'R FRK'ES AND QUALITY GREEN TRUCK irm rr.. t hawkhm. i . tc ft TIMBERS, tr TOMATOES. I . lie AnPARAOl B. I fcanra tVOODS W.I'M ERFD FREE NWAK MW-W AND Mil l! Diversi Fruit Co. Attorney II. J. Conant of Montpelier will be at the riainneld hotel all day Monday as usual. me wuiow uaie uramatie club o Kast Barre will present, "Willow Dale, at the opera house here Saturday night Admission, adults 25c and children 10c, The remains of E. H. Glidden, who died in Tampa, Fla., May 29, arrived in Plain Held last night and the funeral services will be held in the Methodist churc here Sunday, June 8, at 1 p. m. Please omit flowers. EAST CALAIS John Kmery has purchased the Kay house ot .Mrs. Annie Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Perley Pike and family of Plsinfield were st Frank Marsh's Thursday. Mrs. Bessie Ide went Tuesday to Mid divAcx for a visit. Mrs. Galen Hatch and two children went to Woodbury Thursday for a few days btay. ' WEBSTER VILLE. Social dance at Websterville hall Sat urday evening, June ft. Admission, 3.V; ladies, free. 30,000 VOICES And Many Are the Voices of Barre People Thirty thousand voices what a gTand chorus ! And that's the number of American men and women who are publicly praising Doan's Kidney Pills for relief from backache, kidney and blad der ills. They say it to friends. They tell it in the home papers. Barre people are in this chorus. Here's a Barre case: H. J. Innis, barber, 11 S. Main st reef, Barre, sayss "When I bepan to have trouble with my kidneys, 1 got Dnan's Kidney Pills ripht away, aa other of my family had bad great ben.fit 1mm them. I had sharp pains a-rn the small of my bark. Doan's Kidney Pills drove the pain away and 1 hare had no trouble since. Priee firtp, at all dealers'. Don't simply ask for m kidney remedy pt Doaa'i Kidney Tdla the same that Mr. I-nnis had. Foster- V ilbure Co, lV, Buf falo, X. V. Jlev. Krascr Metier received a receipt from the state Belgium relief committee for 25, the. proceeds of a concert given here recently, and $7.00, the amount of an offering recently taken at a union service. Dr. J. P. Gilford baa engaged the serv ices of Dr. Nathan R. Caldwell as assist ant for his ollicn and practice, and the latter has already begun his work, tie ia a graduate ot the. I'niversity of ver mont medical college, and has been house surgeon at the -Mary Fletcher hospital for the last year and a half. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Slack of Ports mouth, N. If., were here on Monday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Slack. Mrs. Fayette Davis went to Albany .V. V., Tuesday to caro tir her daugh ter, Mrs. Vernie Waite, who has been very ill with a stomach trouble. Miss Ada Burroughs bus come from South Poyalton, where she has been on a visit with relatives, to remain for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ketch uin. Mrs. Samuel Kellogg of Winooski was the guest of Mrs. E. A. Heath the first of the week. Walter Baker of Somerville, Mass., was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hubbard over the Memorial day recess. Mrs. James Ifanrahsn of White Riv er Junction was entertained by her sis ter the first of the week. Miss Georgia Abbott, long a clerk in the drug staore of H. A. Leonard, was married on Saturday to Harold Degree of Burlington. They will make their homo in Burlington Miss Margaret Foley of Fair Haven was here the first of the week to visit Prin. and Mrs. K. G. Hani, The graduating exercises of the class of 1915 of Randolph high school will lie held at Chandler music hall Friday even ing, June 11, at 8:15 o'clock with the following program: Music; invocation Rev. J. Harrison Thompson; music; sal utatory. Father F. Hutchinson, (Miss Hutchinson and Miss Douglass are of equal rank in scholarship); essay, "A By-product of the War, Grace F. Doug lass; class history, Ruth W. Scott; mu sic; essay, "My Bird Corner," Margery F. Gnswold; class oration', Dwight L. Adams; class ode, conijiosed by Marian r. Batehelder and sung by the class; essay, "Story Telling," Dora A. Brown; class prophecy, (Tiarles E. Bruce; ran sic; presentation of class gilt, Dwight L. Adams, president of the class of 1915; response; valedictory, Myrtle A. Burndge; presentation of diplomas; mu- raiiHic by Randolph high school or Jl A STANDARD FAMILY RCMC0Y For over forty years it has been used as A TONIC. AND STOMACH REM EDY. Peruna aids the ap petite and gives ,new life to digestion. WAITSFIELD cliestra. The commencement ball will be held at DuBois and Gay's hall im mediately after the exercise. V GROTON Edward Vincent Died After a Few Hours' Illness Funeral To-day. Edward Vincent died Thursday night at the home of Edward Kittridge on Pine street, after a few hours illness. Although not in his usual health, he was able to be about, and was at the village in the forenoon. Mr. Vincent was born in Manchester, X. If., and was six ty years of age. He is survived by one brother, Charles Vincent, of Wells River. The funeral was held this afternoon at the home of Mr. Kittridge, Key. S. II. Myers officiating, and burial was in the village cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leno are the paf enls of a daughter weighing six pounds, born Tuesday, June 1. Earl Joslyn was home from Portland, Me., for a tew days recently. , Olin Joslyn is home from Boston for a few days at the home of his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Joslyn. Harold Wullis was home from V. V. M for the week end and Memorial day. On Snturdav at 2 n. m. on the school cammis. the Waitsfield high school and ' . . .as 1 j .I1 I aterburv boy scouts nail wains win mve a game. The liblo students' class of the Con- gregationul church held a social and promenade Wednesday evening in the vestry. Mr. and Mrs. George N. Billings, for merly of this town, announce the mar riage of their daughter, K. Jessamine, and Roy M. Bragg on Wednesday, June 2, at Williamstown. S. Burnham of Montpelier is spending several days in town. Mr. and Mrs. George Martin attended the Martin-Kennedy wedding in Warren 'Tuesday evening. Mrs. Caroline Todd has returned from Boston. Mrs. Arthur Aithcr of Waterbury is at Georire Martin's. Mrs. Hattie Piersons is keeping house for V. G. Griffith. Mrs. Sylvia Tabor and little daughter Margaret, have gone to Montpelier, where Mrs. Tabor has employment. Mrs. Gertrude Huntington nnd Miss Evelyn Joslyn of Burlington spent the week end at B. L. .Joslyn s. MIDDLESEX A daughter wss born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Is I,. Anms. Mrs. Dexter Whitehill and daughter, Miss Millie, were in St. Johnsbury yes rday. Miss Emma Junes was a visitor at Montpelier on Thursday. Miss Maud Moore of Montpelier vis- d Mr. and Mrs. R. I). Hosman over Sunday. Earl Carpenter of Manchester, X. H., was In town the first of the week to isit his father, S. ('. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trout returned to their home at I.inlion, X. H., Monday, fter a few davs' visit with Mr. and .Mrs. O. M. Crown. Corporal F. C. McDonald, w ho lias been passing a furlough with his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. John McDonald, returned on Monday to his duties in the I'. S. marine corps, on the. lttlchip Vermont. The neit meeting of the Needlecrsft lib will be held with Mrs. Harry Tstsy, une 17. Kenneth Brown of St. Albans wis a re cent guest at the Methodist parsonage. K memorial aervii for the Odd pel- w and Ret V ah will lie held at the rthodit church at the usual hour of service, Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Russell returned Tuesday from a several days' visit in Waitsfield. Mrs. J. L. Goodenough went Tuesday to St. Albans to attend the federation of women's clubs. Mrs. William Newhall wss pleasantly surprised Tuesday afternoon when her friends called to remind her ot ier birth day. A pleasant time was passed In a social way, interspersed with music, aft er which refreshments of cake and coffee were served. Mrs. Lillian Kellogg of Winooski is a visitor in town. W. H. Marshall spent the first of the week in Waitsfield. Miss Martha Price of Franklin is visit ing relative In town. Mrs. F. L. Eaton of ; terbury visited Mrs. F. J. Eaton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Liberty of Hunt- ngton Center were guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Russell the first of the week. Mrs. Almon Cot a of Moretown is a guest of Mrs. Luther Russell. One of the pleasantest meetir.s of the Home circle occurred Thursday at the home of Mrs. George Rumney, about 'J' ladies being present, 13 of whom went in one passenger truck. A picnic dinner was served on the porch and lawn, after which a social time was enjoyed, with running races as amusement. "LIMITED LEGAL POLYGAMY." Is Subject Being Broiched In Some Quar ters in Germany. Berlin, Jwn fl. The suggestion, si ready hrouehed in some quarters, of a se lioua consideration of a limited lcual- ie polygamy to replace the human niatcrisl destroyed by the present war is by no means new. The Prankish Archives, publihhed in Aiisbuch in 17'J", con tit in an ofluuil protocol of a meet. ing of the "KreiHtau" or local diet. held at Nuremberg on Fiibnmrv 14. HMO, in I winch was Vonaidercd the problem of replacing the men "hint through the thir ty years' war and also through sick ness." I lie protocol reuds: ' Inasmuch as the unn voiilabli needs of the holy Roinsn empire require the replacing of the men totally loot through this bloody thirty years' war, and those incupucuaicri ny sworr.rsicKncss and Hun ger, and that it sliull in thexfuture be equal to meeting all its enemies, and particularly the hereditary enemy of the Christian name, the Turk., and that oil means, ways.and methods shall bo con sidered. "Therefore, upon ripe deliberation and consideration, the following three ways were iield on nil sides to be the easiest mid most fruitful.: "It shall for the next ten years be for bidden to take into cloisters young men or such men as are under IIU; marriage hall be permitted to such priests and pastors as are not members ot orders or in cloisters or prebends;; every male person shall be permitted to marry ten women, hut all and every male person all be thereby often reminded, also! rom the pulpits, that an honorable man who ventures to take ten women, shall not only provide for them all necessaries, but shall also prevent ail dissatisfact ion among them. THAW CASE AGAIN. Latest Phase Argued Before the Court of Appeals. ! ' ' 1 ,A f . ' " " r j . , . i e , Vn JT t V ' i l ( ,w ' - , - i i rA& ,v : f kfv '-.t?e - ' ) ' ' , - ! " r ' ' f V , t i ( 1 ' - f ' i 1 i It ' ' H " ' & - ; 4 " Albany, S. V., June H. Deputy At torney General Alfred L. Becker appeared before the court ot appeals yesterday to ask a writ of prohibition ot the empanel ing of a jury to te the sanity of Harry Iv. Thaw. Attacking the order of Supreme Court I Justice Peter A. Hendrick, granting I Thaw a jury trial, Mr. Becker declared that such a step would pervert the orig inal purpose of a habeas corpus writ. John B. Stanchlield argued against the I issuance of the wrjt. COUNTESS DARDEY JAILED. .4 t4 tf i J y t. j tit- 9 ftj M ft & ru - 5 ) - t ' 4 is if t - t tt d. WW &w - . s -tvw k lunKti GIOVANNI GATTI AS "CANIO," IN PAGLIACCI Sentenced in Berlin for Public-ly Insult ing German Officer. Ac- GI0VANNI GATTI Amsterdam, via London. June ording to a Berlin telegram received Leading Tenor With Boston Opera Sing here, the sixteen-year-old Countess Hel- ers, at the Opera House Monday, ne Dardey has been sentenced to three Tune 7 . months' imprisonment for publicly in- .. ., . ' suiting a German officer, and her grand- "lln lnp r"SR""- excepnou o. oh.. mother also was sentenced to a similar MeCormack, Giovanni Gatti ha the larg- erm of imprisonment for complicity in est repertoire of English songs and bal- llO Offence. Ili,rl nf uhv nf Iha nrruf nnprflfif' ipnnrS. ... w. ------ "r Iviii-riTxiu 11 nrtisfri reuliinf the Hnnrecia- P0PE TO EXPLAIN PEACE STEPS. ;- nf American audiences for BOIICS siinc ill their native lancUHire. are con Will Issue White Book to Show How gUntIy aiding English numbers to their WASHINGTON Washington Baptist Church .lames Struthers, acting pestor. Morning serv ice at fl:30. Sunday school at noon; subject. "Nathan Kebukes David." Even ing service at 7:3ft. Rhv. William Gsrt- shore of Websterville will spesk morning and evening and will also sing at the evening service. AM welcome, rraver meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. He Worked to Prevent War. London, June ft The Daily Telegraph's Rome correspondent says Pope Bene dirt is preparing a white book, in which ho will show the steps be took in support of peat. GRANITEVILLE. Special re,el, "Trey o' Hearts," begins at Gilbert's hall Saturday night. Be Mire to see this serial from the start. This is as good a picture as you can see on the screen. One other film of two concert programs, Gatti is recognized in Europe, Austrial and America as an operatic tenor of sterling qualities; he has over 40 roles at his command and has scored brilliant successes in all of them. Puccini, the composer of "Madame But tertly" and "1-a Boheme," selected Gatti to essay the tenor roles of both operas upon the first presentations Vf those works in Australia. It does not always follow that operat ic tenors are equally at home when at tempting songs, especially English songs. reels. Every Saturday night for 13 " Mr. Gatti fs an exception, for he delivers GRANITEVILLE. There will he a meeting of the Social ist local of Graniteville on Friday even ing. All incniher are requeued 10 at tend. SOUTH RYEGATE tha-m u it)- nstnt'.iii'iniy ar.in.trr In tho weeks there will be three shows, start- Lnnlin ,nni.aranP, f the Boston onera ing at 8:30. Adv. sinoers. his Knulinh numbers will include anch farnrit.es 11 "I Hear on ( allimr souri. and the Rocky mountain states A Ban ruyer wno r.as an immense M. -Somewhere a Voice Is Calling. Personal Following. ,, ..Timl Art jj 1 nto a Lovelv Flow Michigan and"Iowa in ' 1 !1 4. The state of Kansas, which has attracted consider able attention in the cement world, first because of the rapid development of the industry within its borders on account of the proximity of. abundant supplies of suitable raw material and cheap natural gas, and later because of the waning of the gas supply and the consequent in crease in cost of manufacture of cement which resulted in curtailment of output, maintained its rank of lHh among ce. nient producers and suffered but little reduction of output, although the price of cement here fell considerably beiowr the average. Iowa and Ohio both showed gratifying increase in output and appear also to have kept prices up more suc cessfully than many other states. In the fsr West, in Washington.' conditions were brought into better balance by a considerable curtailment of production and an increase in shipments, although prices fell heavily; in Uta,h production was largely and shipment slightly in creased, and prices were also increased. The only other states showing increase of prices were New Jersey and Texas. Of the 12 commercial districts into which the United States (s divided, there was an increase In production in five . Xew Vork, Michigan-northeastern Indi ana. Maryland-West Virginia, Iowa-Mis- In the June American Magazine Ringler." Adv, W. Lardincr writes another amusing baseball story. . This month he talks about Ty Cobb, of the lletroit Tigers, PORTLAND CEMENT, 1914. Dob'I Yisit the California Eiposficns wilhotrl a supplr nt Allen's Fmt-Fns, th anlWptir pnmrier to he shskew Into ttus shoes, or dissolved In lh forrthsth. Tks standard rented? for lh feet for Z years. Jt rtves Instant relief to tired, a.hins feet and sirs vents swollen, hot fort. One ladr writes : "'1 enjoyed evy sslnut of sir star at ths unositsMis. thanks to Allan's root-Eas In air shoes." Get U TO-DAY. and an increase in shipments in seven- New York, Ohio-western Pennsylvanis, Michigan-northeastern Indiana. Kentucky-southern Indians, Marjland-Vir-ginia-West Virginia, Iowa-Missouri, and the Rocky mountain states. There were decreases in production in seven district Lehigh, Ohio-western Pennsylvania, Kentucky-southern Indiana, HI inois northwestern Indiana, Tennessee-Ala-bams -Georpia, great plains, and Pacifla coast. The largest percentage of increase of production was reported from Xew MONARCH Sat fk s M OOFINGi SOLVES THE ROOFING PROBLEM Made in 1,2, 3, and 4 ply. Come in and let us tell you more about it. Gel our prices, they will intercut you. THE N.D.PHELPS CO. Tclcrone 29, Barre, Vermont Mist filga Jnhtion of Concord. X. II, is visiting her sioter, Mrs. S. A. Peterson, this e k. Frank 4'otirtney has gtne to Barre, where he lias employment with F. O. Cnshman. Mri. I). G. Rolw-n of Ilarre spent Sun day here with her sn, George, OS her way to Auburn, Me, to sisit her son. Matthew. W. n. McAllister of Manchester, X. H, pet Mernnnsl day In wutli Ktryat. Mr. and Mrs. tenrge Crowe spent Kim Hay and Monday in lUrre its Mr. and Mr. Norman Morrison. Mia ( lara Ratxiolt, who is stodrmg nursing in the Itarre tmspital. spent ! day and M-'ii-lay with Mr. sn4 Mrs. B. L. Terry. M.os Margaret St'-t-liens, w ho tearlte at St. Jot nbrt, was lme frs; t'e we-k r4. . A turr.st frwn liere ee-letsled Meme T nsl lsy at !k.ei4-. West Itainft. ! M'S. John l-rrstn rf ltrre sf ft ae eral data tbe first f t5ie week wrtlt lr , I rnet J4 rsm. oe li-r wet t hft Av.?lirr, Mrs. !. est f rtrl Imrg. Mss. W. T. fwfe TT"rts 123 st-'fosiH'Vlew Jlff Is hte -l t . ln-tslMns l.ae imtm rees-rs4 to t' fnMseMwit e"i", the te!-t .!t.-p. ft-lH in. f frowi .4 rw;ti?tin Sr 1 1- f-adMsle. mmiin. Jim S M. s-ti;th and sjwdho. M. Vf. I". , t. ni lm s eitr to V il I tt nif a'tet w - t"" w-r.i sms ft-il 'V't..i for rr otsnwr. wi t Wt. 'i1k' S-itt f-wn4s Im-i's s-ttnd fwrttsittioM iM --i-.t t -e wtU arfore th Se fkd CM V Tl Ht i i-rf eif V H- 1 le f Tr,se i s't4 stl t.ti f Ut, 94 w ;tl ftmk tt-l rnpi fie f - l-n t i ! ''V I l-fcl t o n v " !,' MUSS. ! -w f Isi-lmf fsvitr ' fwa t? I Ya-, trhmtt f 1m c-c4HI t tc; dV-Btus-y. whom he calls the greatest player in in Both Qu-ntity and Value of the business. Of Cobbs ability to draw . a crowd Idirdiner write in part as fol- Output. lows: I The total production of Portland ee-1 "Iheys soinethin isminstin in just ment in the tinted States in 1!'I4, ac hxikin' at the baby. i-ording to Ernest F. Purchard, of the "I ain't alone in thitiLin' (list nei- I nitmi Stdf es eolocical hurvev. w as 88.- ther. I don't knot, how msnv peopl- ilo.170 barrels, valued at f I ; the1 ork. but me increase in shipment in i,. r.. o ti.. ili i,.rl. in rur LnwIuM inn fur 1BI3 was 02.(107.131 bar-1 1 hat a istriet waa only ha If a erea t. ITie hut it's enough to start a bi)f manulsc- rels. valued at '!J-V7.17. The output districts that showed the heaviest per- turin' town and a few suburbs. You for Pl 4 represent a a decrees in quantity eentapeg of dH-reas In lioth production heard about the crowd that was out to of S.HtMi.'Wl lrres, and a decrease in (and sh.pment were the Tenneee-Ala- the Sos park the Sunday thi v was two talue of H.7ti.-J41. The value assiprn d . bsm -Georgia distrM t and the Tanne- rival attractions in twn. It was in to the product ion is computed on the ta-1 coast. the spring, before vou come. Well, it sis of '.i' cents a barrel, or the averse j waa some .tnwd. Now, o' .ourse, the value of the Portland cement ahipped ml Aa Hiiteric ResttBf, Place. Six draw at home on anv decent l!l. I . . A, , A. , 'Sundry, but I'm tellm' vo.l they ... The shipment, of Portland cement from It is ninnir te ,,na, re-t.ng r,.r, tew thousand out there that'd of been 'he mill in the I luted State in 1"U o' former Gov. M."uIloiiph, who did fl !-mewl.re . Ise if t obb bad of staved" amounted to Mi.4.1..H. Barrels, valued ' in t ;! jf i. 1st t MM IMt 3. compared w ith Hi.nSft77 Gasoline Engines All Kind and for Etrry I'se Seod fa lalassa D I. , , , ..., , - i - a - III l n mviit n " n f lis r( i i ir mi sit"- "I . in Post.m o or three year, hsrreis. taiuea at sn PIea in :,,.,. ,u.i,i I- . ...u...- !aSo thi. summer and the Timers come ";, ' ' represenW a o.KTeae in quan- - aWujf there for a .ths fie jfame. ".' 'f 2--'l.421 Urrels, snd in value otitis! mausoleum of nipped ermont pran meludin' a d .uble header. The I.trolt "-''". The averape factory pri. h on tlie site of Uue once .t-iipie luh wasn't in the race and neither n I" " ' " . '"r 7' ' 7 I bv Kthan Allen. Here he sWps ne.r'te - iais i . . - aa I-", its- ifiu-fli ' ' OWN VOI R ELECTniC LIGHT ria.NT Tw ea aiasa Mar ." " ' fat tsant arssm s ms sd vmm St imi 1. s-si rsst rs tsit wn all ess is'lattnea si tails, f H es ft.. aVsii .imiHi WATER .Hi STEM IT)R ot NTRV novin? V.'i M n a fc-'M-s. e- hm lmT mt " mtm ,-.'f mm ttw- 1m mtf T-rm k I W tts- rm i s ssr isea w Wtfsr iHrrrt frtm the Well tsjthe- rorr-l? RELIANCE LINE the P.cd Scs. Welt. r. I ae n eiery :pamc and I Wt thrr wss aevrntr thous and rt!.er that seen m, or better's If.fteen thousand a dy f"f four days Tbty a wtne that waa there beratis 'they l.ked l.-lin. They waa ctHer Itbat was t'-k cn tlie P.ed Sn. Thy Iwas still 1 b-s ti.at was firnng 1t th l?Yoit riub. And t'V sr. .Itut twti- ty-five r fairly thousand tHat Iidn"t Imp tin from hisliWie H ld Henmnpton w itl is Hrrmr aee tin rrism for imi' e(eet t'n inr I'm tlltn' t hnrt. Ymi tan1! Manse im tr Ix-H n' mil (icH inawbf lo i f ff a Ittl" m-re sn'"ttev. mi tmnt k'sttte t'te tbilt f-f ! JP'S' rt t liiirt. ,tV-MT. j 'Tbey'a a fr tL.f.f I'e .'t i.-ed sWnit l.im 4 1 5-e -.-d 7He farts in flie d ?-t tn te I: ' bmm !' h-t t'teir r-wn t'-t "t ' an tn 1 . . . n. . i.. L off ,' ti.st V !;i tiirit Ull t em. tm4"T 1t ft id st j I ttn tt yMi tl "k w , e r-n' t ttr i l-n t f.ierra. T" V !! t ie a rw. 1- j f :,r- "l'ti siw ('ill it f-d n-i'f V to 1 s-"-S In t4 t.-m tmtt Sl4 1 1 wsme t f. t '' t An it f'r -. iVi'r d) itii h t,e if.. A s?".".e i.tft ! rl 1 krvw t1 St' Ill I e (-H Jt retsi. 1 rj'j' ay s f .t--t t , t 1 .-d i r r4e I wt twij e tsrr U !t t ' tte M -- tt t f aoe -t. t ', 1 s-e t - W SM-fT" ; t f 7 i i - c-, s j '. " . t " t W- "s , l"lj I" e A--t 1 t-,t f t-w-t? ed t fe wtx ? ?t -t"-, .'p S 1 .-e - ,tt he.. !: i't f r t 1t !' it. l.fA in tflJ. a decresse of 7." tents I 1 "f I - . . l . lis ...... I . lairii-i. i io I'lii-r i. sihiii. ,--.ii- . . . . . . hither than the aierspe price in the Xa- i . lr ., , , . , lh district and is near the .verspe!"" William Uovd .amsn . esrly V .n New- 1o,k. IH.noi.. foa. V'i T Fr wrk ta the w.me of Be,ra i, mtbe..tem st.t. and tl- tda in. state.. Aniern freed- , MJ ,t amictit me b.,t falls 12i rent, bekrar IV a.er.pe repute W,th tie- n.rwe. ..f met, pries. ree.i,ed in t tab. w l-re I'otll.nl irtmale.r a. -te4 witH ertnont merit broupht the hipt.ft t pu'e d.ir.np trnrrle fr ind-i-nd-tice. ti the twef. the year j 'T "'I mprrsite m.-i m nt mm-ast- Anton, the ststr. tWe were nirni - j "S -tk" f rV-nnmpfn. Here Unt rbsnpes in rank a e. ft..-nt prod.i.-. " tie b.n, W so knes) rest. U t't ts ers. iVnHstltania and liediata first; wrt' f " f fr Mtts rntaaami tnd -md flaee. ret-tteh. s f r ! e. It h's .'t loved tvfef wttfa. ii. aey lea's. Imt ld.. rf t ' la rre re Ntitlw-r titely mstisoV nm fnr r"t rtwft t-rmlw-inp stat.-s suffr-r.-d an ap- W ri'l' "r ni'mf hr. til f,ia.'e re-ln.-ti'm of MtPut. 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