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TIIK HAHKK DAILY TIMES, UAKKE, VT.. THURSDAY, OCTOJIKK 28, 1915.
WATERBURY CZI inn pggssg osm: QMmi Qgjggy Qmlm 05 . r )wmkB22. QtmJScejt njgatefr n&ReJt fiasikex QmMje Qmkex QmflkGje izz&l& - nmzfe&M Quak&x- Q&m7zb. QimTz JJ7TT ."Evvs j'AySST.. -W3..- -1 ' -ISwoE ;' d aa I ii i ! I ii - t I VVvvTF"" if4 , Tfte wonder is not that the QUAKER is such an excep) tional range, but, that such an excep tional range can be sold for so little money. If you hav even tie remotest idea of buying a range you should, in your beat interest, ce the QUAKER line at our tore. Anytime at your pleasure wo will be glad to show you evi. .dence of QUAKER superiority. C.W.AVERILL&CO. Barre, Vt. 1115! M6. w .SSl. nam . mm " PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN FOR INDIGESTION OR BAD STOMACH Believes Sourness, Gas, Heartburn, Dys pepsia in Five Minutes Pour, gassy, up-t stomach, indiges tion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the food you eat ferment into gases and tubborn lumps; your head aehes and you feel sick and miserable, that's when you realize the magic in Tape's Piapepsin. Jt makes all stomach misery vanish in five minutes. If your stomach is in a continuous revolt if you cant get it regulated, please, for your sake, try Tape' Piapep sin. It's so needles to have a bad stomach make your next meal a favor ite food meal, then take a little Piapep in. There will riot be any distress rat without fear. It's b.'cause Tape's Piapepsin "really does" regulate weak, out-of-order stomachs mat give 11 u million of sales nnually. Ot a large ftO-mit case of Tape's Piapepsin from any drug tor. It is the quickest, surest stomach relief nd cure known. It acts almost like magic it is scientific, harmless and plaant stom ach preparation which truly belongs in every home. Adv. SALE OF INTERNED LINERS BARRED V. S. A. NOTES. School Re-op tied After Beinj Close J On " Account ef Scarlet Fever. The ten days' vacation, made neces sry by rase of scarlet fever in the school. "rsme to a clow Saturday, Vt. S3, and r!io duties were resumed Mon day as ustisL While this vacation msde It ttecesary to cancel the game with GodJard seminary, regular practice is now tring held and the rt of the acltedule will be played according to for mer pis n. The school is making an ehihit at Gerard Cables that Germany Prohibits Transfer or Sale of Mer chant Vessels. Washington, D. C Oct. 28. Germany has prohibited transfer or sale of all German merchant vessels, including those interned, according to a cable gram yesterday from American ambas sador Gerard. The state department yesterday made the following announcement: "The department has been informed bv cable from lterlin that under a law of Oct. 21 the German government for bids any German citizen who owns or had a share in any merchant ship to sell or in any way dispose of hi in terest to any one who is not a cubiect of Germany. "i his law applies equally to German subject in foreign countries.' The new German decree was believed by state department official to be de signed to conserve the German mer chant marine for use after th war. It will prevent the sale or transfer of any of the 150 German merchant fleet now held in American wafers. The German law will remove a con troversy involved in the administration's ship purchase bill it is believed. During the ship purchase bill fight hist winter it ws charged the admiuixtration con templated acquiring some of the idle Or man vessels. Stste department authorities said the German government could not enforce tie new law againt Germans now in the 1'niteJ States, but if such person sold their Interest in violation of the law they would 1 aubjectcd to prosecu tion if they ever returned to German?, la esse of violation of the law, officials said also, Germany prolwMy would not rreopriiw the transfer of ownership, should such vessels ever enter Germs n ports. SOUTH WALDEN CABOT A farewell surprise was given Miss Rertha Owen hist Friday evening in town IihII by the Cabot high school pu pils and invited guests. Tromeimding and games were enjoyed. Refreshment ot wafers and punch were served. A small purse of money was presented Mis llerth by Tnncipai aiamen, tor which she returned thanks. She is soon to move with her parents to Orleans. II. H. Foster has gone to the northern part of the state in the interests of the "Foster sap spout Business. Herbert Nelson ha bought back the fnrm which he recently sold to Fred Lamberton. The I. O. G. T. lodge will hold a Hal lowe'en party at their hall on Friday evening, Oct. 29. Several booths will lie in order, promenading and a general good time, followed by refreshments. Miss Adele Itarnett has returned to her. work at Mr. Fanny Osgood's after being detained at her home in Waldcn by the illness of her mother. Pavid Cunningham spent a week with relatives in Craftsbury recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harrett of Teacham have moved into the tenement 'jt the north end of the Farrington block. Mr. Itsr- rett Is to work for Fred Wale in his shop. The Judith Lyford Woman' club will hold their first regular meeting at their club rooms Tuesday, Nov. Every member of the club i requested to be present. CONCEDE CREEK AID OUT OF QUESTION BRADFORD George Taylor has been spending a few days' vacation in Nashua and Roch- etter, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. W. WV Adair of East Concord were week-end visitors at the home of his sister, Mrs. Horace Tettee, Their son, Elva, and wife, who were re cently married, accompanied them. Colonel and Mrs. H. T. Jolinnpn were visitors in Manchester, X. II., the first of the week. Kenneth Robertson, who ha been tonninff with his aunt, Olivia Mcpuf fey, returned to hia home in Pcnacook, X. H Saturday. Bernard Ellis is spending a few day in Marshfield visiting hi uncle, V. K, Hudson, and family. Schools were in session only Monday and Tuesdav of this week, as the teach ers are visiting schools and attending the teachers' meeting. Mr. and Mr. Lawrence Worthley, who were married at Johnson Oct. 2H, were guest of Mr. Worthley' parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Worthier, over Sunday, The Epworth league of Grace church will hold a Hallowe'en social in the chu-ch parlor Frida? evening. Married at the home oi tne nri'ic Wednesday. Oct. 20, Miss Frances Luna , Hardy to Harvey Elwin Chase. The I ceremony was performed bv Kev. F. A. Woodworth. assisted by Rev. A. T Crewe. The couple spent several days with the groom a brother in llerlin, N. H. G. W. Carleton is having steel roofing put on hi building. William llowhtnd ha purchased the milk route of C. P. Slack. Funeral of Mrs. L. R. Foster Held Mon day Afternoon. , Th funeral of Mrs. L. R, Foster was held from the homo of her stepson, Pr K.'J. Foster, at Waterbury Center, Alon day afternoon at 1:30. Rev. W. F. Hill pastor 'of the Methodist church at the ( enter, of which she was a member, olll dated, assisted by Rev. 11. 1'. Parker n; the llaptist church. "The Holy City' was sung by K. G. Miller, accompanied by Mrs. H. F. Pulmer. The burial was at the village, the bearer being hdward Morway, James Ihurston, Henry I. Hill and Arthur Newcomb. Mrs. Liva Ann Evans Foster died Saturday morning aft cr an illness of two weeks of cerebral embolism. She was born In Stratford November 7, 1832. She is survived by a son, A. M, roster, and two grandsons Harry C. aud Lynn. E. Foster, all of Storm Lake, la.; a stepdaughter. Mr Miza J. Clapp of St. Paul, Minn., and a stepson, Pr. E. J. Foster of Waterbury Center; a sister, Mrs. E. S. Farrington of Laona, N. and several nephews and nieces. Mrs.' roster was a woman of strong character and has had a pleas ant home these declining years with her stepson, Pr. Foster. The ritual burial service of the Woman's Relief corps was also given at the house. Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Frnry, who have been the guests for a week of Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Palmer, left Tuesday for their home in Herlin, N. Y. LaBt Sat urday, Mr. and Mrs. Frary, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer and E. Huntley Palmer motored to Lyndon Center in Mr. Frary's car and called upon Miss Annie Dorothy Palmer at the Matlicwson house. Mrs. Dewey Grftves returned yesterday to her home in Chattanooga, Irnn. She was accompanied bv her father", William R. Elliott, who will spend the winter at her home. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Evans of Wa- tertown, Miiss., are guests at his broth- r s, G. B. Lvana. EAST MONTPELIER Fresh Com On the Cob or Dry Kernels? Fresh tobacco in the Sickle Plug or dried up particles of sliced or granulated tobacco? Real tobacco flavor de- , pends upon the leaf being preserved in its natural state, pos sible only by pressing the leaves into plug form and keeping it in by covering it with a natural leaf wrapper. The natural fla vor and strength of tobacco escape when cut or granulated. Take a Plug of Sickle that is even thoroughly dried out so that when you whittle it off it crumbles into dust, but it will burn and smoke smooth and cool as it has all of its orig inal tobacco flavor preserved, unevaporated in Rug Form. Whittling a pipeful is little trouble, amply repaid in both quality and quantity. Try this experiment end judge for yourself. 3 Ounces Slice it as ICc you use it WEBSTERVILLE. Admission that Britain Has Only 13,000 Men at Salonic Precludes Assistance. Taris, Oct 2. The tnarui of Laos downe' admii"n in the Itritmh House WAITS FIELD Mrs. Elia Niell spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Xorthfield. P. II. Skinner wss in Johnson Tuesday. Ihiring the tt teacher' meeting Misse Vone and Esther Skinner, Mie Iong. Evelyn Joslvn nd tiara Perry o, I.,d. thst England U. "'l rd' Te.,,sy troop at Salonica w regsrded lwrjftfm m t,W roon"th.' trip to Colorado. definitely dip"ing of any pos-ibility j pacific coast and the Panama eipoi rf .re k parth iation in the I'.alknn i t , Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sibley and little laughters, Susie and Mildred, of Bethle hem, N. II., were the guests of their relatives in town the past week. The iron bridge is receiving a much needed renovation, the old broken planks are fast giving place to new ones. John Jallison and Pick Reckley are doing the work. Wednesday, Oct. 20, was the birthday of Henry Kelton, who purposed to paas the day much as usual, but his friends decided otherwise. At a timely hour Mr. and Mrs. rred Robins appeared and with hearty congratulations stopped to me with Mr. and Mrs. Kelton. A long elightful auto ride in the afternoon; proved the next number on the day's rogram. Returning some hours later to ncir home witn tneir guests .Mr. ana Mrs. Robins they found Mr. and Mrs. John Bonn waiting to come in and sup nh them. A bountiful supper and a ery pleasant evening followed and now Mr. Kelton think it will be worth while to have a birthday occasionally that he may know aud appreciate his friends the better, Albert Thurston is harvesting ome fine peanuts which he has crown this summer in is garden. Henry Bachelder has begun work for John Wheeler, driving one of the stone teams from Adamant to Fairmont station. Elva Townscnd was in Plainfield Sat urday. Rev. A. S. Phillips preached in Lyn- donville Sunday, the 24th, as a supply for the regular pastor, Kev. t. A. Sim mons. Rev. O. L. Barnard and wife of Wood bury were guest Friday at Mrs. J. S. Long's. EAST CABOT There was a large crowd at X. H. II Cafe' auction Tuesday and everything At the Baptist church on Friday night, Oct. 20, from 0 to 7 o'clock, a Hallowe'en supper will be served. Afterwards a pro gram of games for young and old will be in order. A real fortune teller will huve a booth at one end of the room. Admis sion, 15c and 10c. Mis Rose Bellinger will be in Web- sterville at H. Giguere' home with a showing of hats from Miss L. E. Towns YOUR LAST CHANCE to buy that beautiful, new, upright, ma hogany piano for $175 will end October 31st. Can you afford to miss this oppor. tunityl The terms are $10 down and $8 per mpnth, warranted for ten years, large size and a piano that anyone can be proud of. The time is short, so send for the ' catalogue to-day and see what a beauti ful piano this is. Address Geo. J). Jams end's millinery parlors Thursday and & Son, The Jarvis Palace Garage build- Friday of this week. adv. ling, Burlington, Vt. adv. Prohibition Invades Constitutional Rights. The citizen ha some constitutional rights which no legislature or Congress may invade. The Declaration of Independence hold that "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" are among the inalienable right of men. The articles of confederation declare them entitled to "all the privileges and lm- lnuiiitics of free citizens." The fourteenth amendment to the constitution of the United States declares that "no state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United X States." A state-wide prohibitory law would prohibit by law the sale of alcohol or alcoholic liquor for any purpose, thus restricting the constitutional right of J a citizen to supply a proper demand in uis own nousenoiu. Restricts Proper Use of Alcohol If the proposals of the Perry referendum are enacted into law, it will be i illegal to purchase alcohol or alcoholic liquor in the state for any of the folowing purposes: ror use in tne uoerai arts; For use in nursing or medicine; For use in scientific experiments; For use as stimulant for feeble or aged people; For any use whatever, under toy conditions whatever, if purchased in the state of Vermont. Alcohol has a nroner place in medicine and is prescribed by reputable physician every day. Vet prohibition would make the filling of uch pre- tscription a crime. On the other hand, it permit the manufacture and ale in miantitv of hard cider, one of the most insidious, demoralizing, alcoholic beverage manufactured under any law, well calculated to destroy manhood T and moral fibre. sold well. Cow averaged about $35 a J head. Mrs. Cordelia Fife, who ha been keep ing house for N. H. Cate for the past three month, went Wednesday to her home at Barnet. Bert Cate of Rockford. III., cam Sun day to be present at his father' auction. He returns the last of tin week and his father, X. H. Cate, goes with him to make hi home. The bct wUbet of his friends here go with him. R. S. Barr and son spent Monday at North Ihnvillc on a business mission. George Drew with his men and team went Monday to Barre for time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry CbesUy of .t. Tohnsburr and Ncorge Stone and Arthur Morse of South Ihinville were recent visitors at Harrv Youngs. Mrs. Fliralwth Houghton of Wells Riv er visited her son. Kilt Leonard, and familv a few dav the first of the week. The proposed law i inconsistent, seek to abridge personal right and J privilege, ana lias never provea iu uc nunniu ir jx-uj'ic vi rrnionv a would better adhere to Local Option A Temperance Measure VERMONT LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE Raymond Trainor, Secretary. ' g EAST CALAIS Miss Alma Ifnrd returned Tuesday from a two weeks' visit in Massachu setts ELECTRIC LAMPS For Horse-Drawn Vehicles Made of extra heavy irauge brass. Cannot rust Throws powerful light ahead. Has red rear signal and whit side light for illuminating curb or step. Can be attached by any one as easily as an oil lamp. Complete with Batteries $2.75 Barre Electric Company 133 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont Tel. 93-W tlie aend hoys and fills' agricultural eaiit.aipn. at l-t at presTit. j K. E. Niell returned Wednesday f mm j rhi'a Shattuck f Alton lUv N and industrial" espnaitM. held at Rut- J, om) is in Hardwick, d'ung car- Ho many French are on th .reek rt(,on mhrre he ha been listing rnedi- ,? fjir mi,,;n,t, ','ime land 0,-t. 2fi. 2T, 2H, 29. There will 1 p,,,,. ,,k fw arl IVrter. ' 'l' ,," Srrbian has M la-n'l treatment. Wl"jh ,irr Mr. j ,,, Vofk demontrati..ns f carr-entry, forping. M, !,rgu.Tita Marshall of Lisbon, repealed, but it thrmirht wnl.ki 'v i Uureoce C. How 4 and children. T ),), WB' r,,tT (1 e,xrn ,t roncrete work and He, al-o work show. v j, a ln , ja.t 9rt.k , attrnd:that they for otitmin.l-red the Rnti.b. .Mn-id-n and P-arhar. of Mot.trliey, came jj tur.lav turht.O.t rwverin the diTrent l.rsn.l.e in the t), funpr,l i irT ersndmother. As a e..nd ti.i even to coDsid.Ting en- T,1M,!sy t C. H. N'rwcomh'a. l in ,.,. -j rhnil niirv. Two memlra of te far-1 i :i.., Tu,l, .n1 hLl.tr-o of i trsriiti into the ar (irreee l-i(iet the Tlx- funeral of Ilie R4 of M'Hit- jlty and fiur f the studeets si ill be in r,ft.tHirv viitd fcer cousin, Mrs. II. St. r..iice of a')jnste fr of Vi,)irT s hll in the ve1rr of tW Ton- sttenUpce at a'l time. 1 rofer r rvrk.ns, Ssturdnv, jsllii-s. Thst she would dm 30.' or ; prrirstinns this aftm'"n at 2 o'ilk. of Kin"' f"" ade.tist wss regarded out of tei V. A. Itenwls anfl J. 1". Iti-rry were i F. Kibbv and A. M.ip. also Shop T tfout' 1 1 rirrle nrTintfilt F.nwH Mdrit'k re rinrl.fr ..- m,tk (r 3,,hu l't k ! iints. tow in Rutland -m t.u rt-s cmooc- isur.. urt U'noada. I IUw1 of a Cro. ila'h. tremaldy S. I.iks VTe 1 ilmri t!ii WK-k Ho'tfarisr.s. thntirn nim 1,001 ms ww a sifr nfnn"iT nn. Tl.r.4sr and fn lsv that tea. Ws foav Ui. ; fe i. were I!teve4 to -1 Mrs. Mry At.-ry of Iubury is nta the exl il.it at the p.wit. WatetlMirr Wedneaday, There has Iwti no wirn In the l.ich nie 4h. he's very aioinr It's T to f I thst way abiit fc.m, d"'t T" thft.k ? J STOMACH MISERY QUICKLY VANISHES tttd te state teai iters' cmventum at fi.tlaftd. Celtic Bark at tto Trie! An lr.limi s r'lTd ! l jr -t ftw etiif i.e m ri4t "-iir. Jim. j . iir-tT" l- .rtt- au'huriwd friHitwy -irfnih. y4 wr-jp,t t J. I. I'sIbht'. friiiig in of r-rt strs.wd rrla-j Mi. Abbie . V ent Tn1r ti-'O a o4 t ron is t tie w um i WHAT CAUSES COLDS? tmn o Wfc tf r- "t ! r-i 11,, cwi'ifl i '-kfd tttTTdjy. j rrtaif.y they are km at. .4 !!jt, ctwj i ntllr ftftr, IK '' . ... A tV --V,f r r!f tmm due tc Th f.-t th Ir llr4 , , . . . . . ,M in..nl ' ! .mrll"Wt.-!. I thurZ 9tm f-t. VekaM. 1 ?id 4 "r-r fat f -a-ait ' eTr:al la-r"' tV) Hit. it I -'! " j o,rrre 1 .! 1 tr K.-t the Manchester, X. II, to vwrt Miss M. hired 1'arr." - i Vrs. frra CarrTl srft Wednealsy raj Vrs. R. I J a vrctft to Rurl.oirtoo Itta and f1ror r-wi ar -' !.rr o-l ! v at K. J. I ! n-ff-t"" ia "Oth I'avstoii. r fn-shm.-fits ill l as-rved, fe,loed ly a tiuiens4e. Urtie lrevot is ill ith tle frrvail inff ditetrj-r. Mr. D. U I'.r..ii and Fa Tersoo eot to tatwt Toeiy to siit Mrs. Trovrn's 4ilter. Vrs, Will Iirtf, Mr. !vw .te 1 s of Mi.tpln-r rtt 'Hfidsv ith W . Il'ard, at iA roicr V Weilr JjtmT'isr a r-t Vi.tT in t' n. Mr. a4 Mr. Fred T'nrr.hsm ha Tr turoel ifD frm M"e. DON'T BE A BEAR The indoor months will soon be here. Why leave vour home as ploomy as a bear's den, when fresh Wall Paper. Taint and Varnish will make it bright and cheery? ... New Wall Papers just in. Also some pood bargains in Bundle Ixt&. A. V. BECKLEY (Over Xre' Jn.f Stw) ITione . tt Main Street IS THIS T0U3 TBcuslE? ?9 ! fmm rr cf 'mnli trouble' svn'is-1 t't r"t n. j Ai l? ri it?!! 4 sw.si h t'-t.ral I'll .f"" tit I ty f". r 'tie a rrrv in t-.t tmtvn. I""itsofot i c it 4 t t, ir. m - i rt y M ,,,Kwr the vtni If net to v.t M-i.r . ymm Wr . -. ' l"..t f T i' i-r o-t. 1 '. t i,. J t. .o-IW tmm t lat . 'l mlA m;il 'id If aVU 1 , M at vt, hi ' ! aout M"-Ivt.s ''' tLe "'i''1 J j & -son !. j M ''-- r " lira oar fy?: IjnuSifl th"M W j 1rii a w.M r' lr-1 r-o,--." " tH Vt m H VZSZ?XZ?Z? w ' t..io. f o5X tr-d it 6-n ri.-e- ,M .t C. R. TV-id-, '. "T - ' ,. m . t wmr r , I fl..t Te t" 'J I f 1 T. 'T rT t 1. J r-? . J ,, , VI . TwMI-.h.-wr-tS'-r-,! TV tats-roa a.-- t r '-r . " 'T 1 ' ! " '. ' . .7".?. ... . w ,4 nf H ot t 1" - SAVE MONEY tj- huyir.g ynvr Andc Ftrvt und Har.f . Stove Tir, Kl tR, Darrprr, tl Ifrvls and S.ften. Clothe ar,d XIp Wrirrtr, Wah;rg Mach;w and H r. Ata?sto 54 Irr r... O l UetUr for or tert. E. A. PIUNDLE & CO. Thrmt Kartell TZmk. fVarl Mrwt. lUrr. Vt- PEItUY &-N00NAN LNEXCEIXEI) ITNERAL JTRNI5HINGS a vm j,jiai - m9. - ...,"-, T .. ar-r " ' m rr- - V-