THE HAHKE DAILY TIMES, BATIHE,
TIIUHSDA Y. NOVKMMKIt
Your Pocket-Knife, the Best
Because it cuts the tobacco off the plug as you use it
-insuring you fresh tobacco for every pipeful. ' Real to
bacco flavor depends upon the leaf being preserved in its
natural state, possible only by pressing the leaves into plug
form and keeping it in by covering it with a natural leaf
wrapper. The natural. flavor 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 Plug Form.
Whittling a pipeful is little trouble, amply repaid
in both quality and quantity. Try this experiment and
judge for yourself.
3 Ounces N. Slice It as
ioc m$m . you
dTT ' I I If I I li III MUt- ill llll IS II I i am
Call, write or 'phone Vermont Real Es
tate Co., Jackson block, Ilurre, if you
vant to buy, sell or exchange property.
Wo can help you. adv.
Funeral of William R. Strickland Held
Tuesday from North Duxbury Home.
. The funeral of William R. Strickland
was held from his late home at North
Duxbury Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Verne hov-mg ministrations were constant ilur
Thomaj A. Meader Waa
Thomas A. Meader died at his home on
Granite street at 2:110 o'clock Sunday
morniuir, aired 05 years. The fuueru
was hulil at the home Wednesday at 11
o'clock. Kcv. Mr. Kinitmoii of ltyi'atd
totliciated, assisted by Kuv. John Lytlo of
South Kj'cgate, and Rev. F. W. Lewis of
this place. Jlurial was at the Walter
llarvey cemetery in Harnet. John If,
Meader and Mary Fleinminir. Meader
I came to Ryegate from Manchester, N. H
lin 1857. Ihreo children were born to
them, Andrew 1)., Aug. 21, 1H58, died ii
1870; Thomas A., June 3, 18(10, and Jun
I nie L., May 31, 1802. John II. Meader en
listed 'in Co. F Col. krdan sharp
shooters, and died in a hospital at Kal
mouth, W. Va in 18(13. The family lived
at Kyegate corner until 18(II, when they
purchased tho Wormwood farm, where
bdward Miller had lived, near lilue moun
tain. 15y the death of Andrew in 18"
I Thomas was left in sole charge of the
farm, htrontj, self-reliant, he took up
the work, finished paying for the place
and was one of the successful farmers
of Ryeirate, dairying being a specialty,
JThe subject of -this sketch received his
I education in the public schools and at
Newbury seminary. He was a writer for
the press "on agricultural subjects, and
a correspondent for the county papers.
He held nearly all the town offices and
was elected assistant judge of Caledonia
county court in 1002 and 1004. He was
deputy sheriff, census enumerator and
trial justice. Judge Meader acquired an
extensive knowledge of law and was
I often consulted on legal matters. He was
a member of the Presbyterian church at
Kyegate, a member of the grange an
a Knight of Pythias. The death of
their mother June 9, 1013, was a grea
I bereavement to the brother and sister.
Last March Judge Meader was taken ill
I of valvular heart disease and the farm
was sold and a residence purchased
IGroton village, where they moved in July
Deceased was a public-spirited citizen and
I active in forwardn.g it work. He was
la faithfuKson, and brother, a good citl
zen and a loval friend. He fought life's
battle bravelv, overcoming its many trials
anil acquired a competence and a promi
nent place .among the people of his town
and county. He never married. He is
survived bv a sister, Jennie "L., whose
L. .Smith officiating. Burial was in the
villuge cemetery. 'The hymns, the same
ones that were sung at Mrs. htnckland s
funeral, "Sometime We'll Understand"
and "Shall We Meet," were sung by Mrs.
Philip Shonio and Mrs. E. V. Palmer.
The bearers were .Alpha Davis, Fred Da
vis, Perley Davis and Lester Durkee.
Call, write or 'phone Vermont Real Eg
mg ins last illness. Many friends in
Ciroton, Ryegate and throughout the
county express sympathy for the sister
in her bereavement.
BestWay Known to
Darken Gray Hair
Fpeciallsts hare proved that the saf
est, mokt effective treatment (or re
Storing color to gray hlr Is the good
old Saite Tea and Hulpbur mixture,
(let It freshly mixed by asking for a
60c bottle of Sulpho-Saite. A few ap-
fllcntions nf ttiii fine toilet prepsra
iOD will bring bark the rich, glour.
dark natural nbarie to gray. trtikd
or faded hair. Works so gradually
and evenly that no one knows you
rn using ft. Removes dandruff:
beautifies hir. liruggist refunds
price ff it fail. Clifton Chemical Co,
Bold tni GaaranterJ Wy Run!!' Red Cm
Miss Grace Brooks of St. Albans, occu
pied the pulpit at the Baptist church last
Services were resumed at the Moth-
tate Co., Jackson block, Barre, if you lodist church Sunday morning but were
want to buy, sell or exchange property. Iield in the vestrr, owing to the work on
We can help you. -adv.
There is duly one St. Johnsbury malt
cream bread, this is made by the (ieo. H.
Cross Co. of St. Johnsbury, Vt., and is
sold by only one store in Plaintield. .
Barth-tt & Nye have had the exclusive
agency for their celebrated bread and
pastry since Feb. I, 1014, and are still
handling it now.
Insist on having St. Johnsbury mjUt
cream bread and pastry, and none other ;
fresh from the bakery every day.
This is the bread that for the past 12
months showed a gain of 47.3(1 per cent.
Save your bread wrappers for valuable
The selectmen will be at the town
rlt rk's oilice Saturday evening to pay
Belter Than Gold
Dollars at Fifty Cents
I lave your Furs remod
eled and repaired now
while the season it
young. Later we will
be rushed to the limit.
43 Stats Stmt, Wplir, Vt.
T hsve onenetl a tnrnt marltet in Hfc-
ICrillis' house, Depot strett, and will carry
a good line of fresh and salt meat at
reasonable prices. Highest price paid
.for hides and skins. George Durette.
DO YOU FEEL SLUGGISH? .
It ii probable that tiiort chronic conatl-
Ipaiion is due to failure to Uwh and in
I girt upon regularity of Labiu daring
j Constipation qnickly contaminates U)
j l.hxxi, derange the nervous ij stem and
: upw-U the entire I wait h. The victim tie
'comes drowsy, irritable, mdhiw. liaa 14
' rireaiiis and ia menially and physically
In the new laiative, rlnlleta, ia pre.
I rented a dainty, ftitar-coau-l granule?,
1 that is free from unpleasant r!Ie t, dot
not nppct the stoma h ror rri lut a im
ply givea ratnre tbe neenlorl aeisfanoe.
Write the Dr. AVilliina Me-liiine Co.,
rVfirnertdy, S. V., for free Hmpln
and booklet on tlie trcatrrnt of connti.
ation or get full-aire l'-rnt 1 Kit lie of
'uiUcta from your owa dnjf j;U
For Horse-Drawn Vehicles
Made of extra heavy pauge brass. Cannot ru.t. Throws
powerful light ahfad. Has red rear nignal and vhite side
light for illuminating curb or step. Can be attached by any
one as eai)y as an oil lamp.
Complete with Batteries 2.'i .
Barre Electric Company
155 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont Tel. 98-W
the furnace not being completed, so that
the audience room. could be heated.
Albert Morrison of Meredith, X. II.,
was in town Saturday to attend the
auction sale of his father, the late Charles
Morrison. . '
Mrs. Bernard Smith and brother, Er
nest Richards, returned Monday from
Lisbon, X. ii., where they went on Satur
day to attend the funeral of their grand
mother. At the auction of the real estate and
personal property of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Morrison Saturday the
home place was purchased by Mrs. Klmer
Thurston, the tenement house, also the
house at Westville was purchased bv Lee
S. Blanchard. j
I'aul Padella shipped his household
goods to Hardwiek Saturday, where the
family go to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown of Newbury
visited Mr. and Mrs. IX H. James the
last of the week.
Fdwin O. White has moved bis family
to Randolph. Mra. White and children
leaving for the above-named place on
Miss Theresa Carpenter returned Sat
urday from a visit of several weeks with
her brother. Karle Carpenter, at Man
chester, X. IT.
Mary Jane Wikon returned home from
the Mary Fletcher hospital at Burling
ton on Saturday. She was accompanied
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wil
Charlea A. Plumler, tx commission-j
er. his two sons, Allen and Fletcher.
Cly.le M. Coffrin and Dr. B. F. Allen all
of North field were business visitors in;
town on Saturday.
Mrs. W illiam Buswcl! of Lam-aster, X. I
TL, who has been pasting a week with
her cousin, Mrs. Lena Heath, left for
her home Tmnday morning. I
While at work at the stonrsheds Tues-1
day forenoon W. K. Carb-e bad one eye.
badly injured by a flying atoneohip. Dr.1
I. N. Kaufman dressed the injury and it
ia hoped no aerious reaults will followj
You buy a whole life time
satisfaction with the selection of a
A record of past performance proves it
and the Quaker Range today leads as it,
lias without interruption since 1854.
; i - 'The new models will command your apf
proval at a glance, and a close inspection re
veals tlie many practical teatures that havo
-, first in family favor
' for oyer half a centurv.
flu Tn.nf ft
C. W. Averill & Co.
Mrs. E. G. Wells and daughter, Viole
Mrs. Leon Dodge anil daul.tur, KmilV
from Barre, spent Friday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Fisk.
Charles Luther, the youngest son of
Claire Dudley, has been quite ill the
. John Hill, assistant superintendent of
the dining service on the Canadian Pa
cific, returned to his headquarters at
Winnipeg Monday, the 23th.
(. Harrison Mack, a veteran of the
X'ivil war, who has been livine in the'erv Sunday. Mrs. Burnham and Mrs.
village of East Montpdier a little over a Willard being teachers of tlie classes
year, died suddenly on a visit to friends mentioned.
ji Cubot. j i (' The body of A. B. fiwdia of Shelhurne
Everyon is congratulating Trof. C. F.!w brought here Wednesday, Xov. 3,
Dudley for the splendid success of the n,I interred in the village cemetery,
musical convention at Marshfield, Oct. Rv. A. S. Phillips held services at the
W and 29. All pronoum-ed it the best grave.
yet. I The ladies' aid of the Universalist
l up MiiKlay scliool lias gone on tlie.churctr will give a cliuken-pie supMT in
An apron sale
Call, write or 'phone Vermont Real Es
tate Co, Jackson block, Barre, if you
want to buy, sell or exchange property.
We can help you. adv.
winter schedule. The young men's class
will meet at Mrs. Anna Burnham's at
11 a. m. eiK'h Sunday and the Rihle
class at Mrs. Edith Willard's at 12 ev-
the village ball Xov. 20,
will be held at that time and a mixed
entertainment will be given by local
tales t. .
I wish to thank Miss Maude Flood
for giving me a parcel post linen shower
and I also thank the friends for remem
Miss Edith Freeman. '
DON'T BE A BEAR
The indoor months will toon be here. Why leave
vour home as ploomy as a lrar's den, when fresh
Wall Taper. Taint and Varnish will make it bright
New Wall rajycrs just in. Al?o ?oir.e ood bargains
A. V. BECKLEY
fw twi'i Irtt Srere)
Thnr.e 2-W 45 Main Strrft
PEKRY & NOOXAN
LNEXCELLKI) FUNERAL ITRM5HINGS
UmrjtjJ AWiof 5rw
C C Cifford U'ft on Wcfhiemlay night
for a two months' trip to California. 1I
will visit New Orb-ant and vihtr jinls
before reaching S D-gn, and a(tr
seeing tlie ex jition will iit - In
daiighter, Mis Mjrnie Gilfotd, at llajtJ
Stanford tmivrtsity, where she is taking
a fours of study in raedKine, and thra
will tourwy nth for euit a distance.
fb fore kis ntiim le will alo go to oe
'his at Fre-niotit, b, arriving hoi
I til Jlt of December.
M ie 1 UlVn s nd Ea u ra Wedg wim.J ha
iirlnnwd from a wnk panurd in New
jVotk. and the f "rnwr has remnwd work
: m the office of tiie Herald and New,
'and the Utt'-f again at Iht .ti-ii
1 ij the trk.
! Mr. W. II. Crawford. ft-r in
Tue-'tjy niht ifh Imt Ret. f. I".
( laafi.I, and fmi!t of tin pla. jmr
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iirl t rth "tlt mm, who
rewle ir thmt rity.
Mr, i. I. rtirtw4 Wi!imitr
'rm a three e-k' ty in V-iw,
fth b-r dnt.it. M-. ..n
w it. sftd lt mtm. Jt a W!I, at l.ji-t
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What Plain Vermoelleirs TMek off
The Local Option League has received hundreds of letters from men of all shades
of political belief, all occupations, all parts of the state. . A large proportion of them favor
the present local option law. A few extracts follow:
In my experience as cn officer for the past 13 years,
I should recommend the local option law in preference
to any other law.
C E. MANN",
I believe the present local option law has jriven the
ftate a far greater measure of irenuine prohibition than
it enjoyed under the old law and that the present law
hou!d unquestionably le retained.
From my observation a a traveling man. I am fully
convinced that the local option law is a benef.t to this or
any other ttate,
I file La Motte.
In mr opinion, the present law ia and has been more
Wnrf.cial to the people of this tate than the old prohi
J. O. THOMAS.
I am nrt in favor of rArg bak to a prohibition law.
F. F. SMITH.
. . Rritol
I reri-a;r,!r am ffr rtl&in'rjr tb Vr'J orlin v1c m.
CI I AS. A- SMITH.
I believe th present law is the best temperance measure
the state has ever had.
HARVEY W. EATON.
The local option law haa -leaaened the consumption of
ftrong drink to an. appreciable. detree.
C, E. LATOVR. M.
I consider the present local option law better than the
former prohibition law, and I hope that the present law
will be continued.
ERNEST G. HAM,
I am in favor of the present law as compared w ilh any
that Vermont ever had.
GUY W. HILL,
I am a believer in local crtin and thir.k it has been a
rreat thir.jr for the people of VermirL
GEO. a DURTON.
As a temperance rr.an I fchail tupprrt the present 1 x-fcl
.ptin law. which has driven the rum r from our
cr--r.tr. I i!,eve in lettir.it enourh alme.
F. Z. GATE'S
The certain conclusion to be drawn from these letters is that the plain people of
the state favor and believe in
Local Option, a Temperance Measure
VERMONT LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE,
I!aTnond Trainer, Secretary,
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