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TIIK BARRK DAILY -TIMES, BARRK, VT., FRIDAY, DFXKMBKIt 3, 1013.
STOHflCli l'PSET7 Get at the Real Cause Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablct3 RAGE FOR STATE AID grettable Fea ' tures That'i what thousand of itomach auf ferers are doing now. Instead of taking tonics, or trying to putcli up a poor uiges- Ttf rp TT,.., 1. nn Tfa T tion, they are attaiklns the real cause of UViyi Oil A. neiTlCK Oil ItS lQ' the allrtent clogged liver ana uisoraersa bowels. Pr. Edwards' Olive Tablet arouse the liver In a soothing, healing way.' When the liver and howels are performing their natural function, away goe Indigestion and stomach trouble. If you have a bad tuste In your mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor, lazy, don't care feeling, no ambition or energy', trou bled with undigested food, you should take Olive Tablet, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablet are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their olive color. They do the work without griping, cramp or pain, Take one or two at bedtime for quick relief, eo you can eat what you like. At 10c and 25c per box. All druggists. The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O. AT CONFERENCE ON FARM CREDITS SALTS IS FINE FOR KIDNEYS; QUIT MEAT Flush the Kidneys at Once When Back Hurts or Bladder Both ers Rejuvenating Grandma. Ifave you over noticed, as the great touring cars and the homey family Fords have whizzed past, that there is nearly always a little old lady in one corner of the tonneau, wrapped to her ears in warm togs, her bright eyes peering out through the ugly dark veil which hold on her crooked motor bonnet f It is , grandmother or perhaps Great-Aunt Kli.a. Tha automobile has done a won derful ihing for the grandmothers and the great-aunts who lurk in the back ground of every family, They used to sit in the chimney corner and knit. They were, not strong enough to walk, so they sat by the window and watched the world go by. Now they are ensconced perma nently in a corner of the tonneau instead of in the chimney corner, and the world watches them go by, Thev never talk much, hut nothing escapes them. They are good sport. No speed is too fast for them; no wind too stiff. They are in the middle of things, they are renewing their youth. - And they simply love it! Alice Litchfield In the Countryside, Magazine for JJecember. . ' Other Speakers Discuss the Helping of the Farmer Farm Finance Wrong NERVOUS BREAKDOWN She Stamford, Ccnn., Nurse Tells How Found Health Stamford, Conn. "I am a nurse and nufTercd from a nervous breakdown. I had no appetite and could not sleep at night, and nothing seemed to help me. Uy chance I heard of Yinol, and after taking the first bottle I noticed an im provement, and ' four bottles, made, me well and strong; it gave mn a hearty appetite, so I can sleep soundly night or day. I consider Vinol a wonderful ton ic." Kdith R. Forbes, Stamford, Conn. The reason Vinol is so successful in overcoming such conditions is because it is a constitutional remedy and goes to the seat of the trouble. It is the great est strength creator we know due to the extractive medicinal elements of fresh cod livers without oil, combined with peptonate of iron and beef peptone, 11 dissolved in a pure, medicinal wine. We have seen so many wonderful re coveries like this right here in Barrel caused hv Vinol that we feel perfectly safe in offering to return money in every such case where inol fails to benefit IJed Cross rharmaey, Floyd G. Russell Prop., l'arre, t. Adv. ' Chicago, Dec, 3 Amazing headway has been made in the' farm credits movement in the use of the cash credit of govern ment and of special privilege for farm ers, said' Myron T. Herrick in an ad dress yesterday before the nation con ferenco on marketing and farm credits. Mr. Herrick summarized the situation in various states and offered 'suggestions for rural credits legislation. He sayst .' "Regrettable as the rage for state aid may be, it serves, however, a good pur pose in proving conclusively that the ru ral credit facilities in the United States are bad; it would not have occurred if they were all right. It confirms every thing that I and other men have been saying to the effect that American farm finance is basically wrong." ; F.'H. Newell of the University of Illi nois, formerly director of the United States reclamation service, urged adop tion of a system of rural credits which would meet the needs of the farmers operating irrigated lands in the West. Mr. Newell said in part: , "Throughout the western part of the United States, and particularly upon re cently irrigated lands there exists a con dition which demands attention. Al though the number of farmers concerned may be small as compared with those throughout the East, yet the relative importance is great because these tens of thousands of irrigators form the main stay of sparsely settled localities. If they are not able to attain a reasonable competence, the county will not keep the necessary population to maintain its progress. . ihe, United Mates has already in vested more than $10(),O(0,0() in build ing large works for the irrigation of arid lands jn seventeen western states. In sddition other hundreds of millions of dollars have. been expended by individ uas and corporations in reclaiming aim lar lands." No man or woman who eats meat reg ularly can make a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally, says a well known authority. Meat forms urio acid, wlitch clot's tho kidney pores . so they sluggishly filter or strain only part of the waste and poisons from the blood, then you get sick. Nearly all rheuma tism, 'headaches, liver trouble, nervous ness, constitution, dizziness, sleepless ness, bladder, disorders come from slug gish kidneys. . The moment you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts, or if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi ment, irregular of passage) or attended by a sensation of scalding, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any reli able pharmacy and take u tablespoonul in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days, and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and lias been usedj for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to activity, also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts is, inexpensiv and cannot injure; makes a delightful, effervescent, lithia-water drink, which alt regular meat eaters should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and the blood pure, thereby . avoiding serious kidney complications. Adv. BURLINGTON LOST IN INDUSTRIAL LINE Census -ureau Report for 1914 Shows That Wage Earners Decreased an Value of rroducts Decreased from 1914. Washington, D, C, Dec. 3. A prelim inary statement of the general results of the census of manufactures for the city of llurlington, Vt., has been Issued by Director Ham. L. Rogers, of tho bu reau of the census, department of com merce. It consists of a summary com paring the figures for 1001) and 1914, by totals, prepared under the direction of Mewart, chief statistician TALK OF THE TOWN Digestive Troubles cause headache, biliousness, constipation, impure blood and other unpleasant symp toms. If these troubles are neglected they weaken the body and open the way for serious illness. Many chronic diseases may be traced back to indigestion that could have been immediately relieved by Bcecham's Pills. This well known home remedy has proven itself dependable, safe and speedy during cixty years' use. The fame cf having a larger talc than any other med icine in the world proves the dependable, remedial value of pnnx Lar .U fl An MWMm la tba WrU, Robert P. Kent, president of the Mer chants bank, I'assaic, New Jersey, in an address ednesday, proposed a svstem of rural credits organized after the man ner of building and loan associations, the separate associations to be controlled by a central national body, lie favored such a system because of its inherent tendency to encourage private initiative. lie said that government operation of any business was not to be desired and was not necessary. Ho hoped for a self capitalir.ed system of rural credits. The whole system should be under the super vision of a federal official who should bear somewhat the same relation to the various associations that is borne by the comptroller of pic currency to national banks." FARMERS' CO-OPERATION Has Resulted in Great Profit in Canadian Provinces. 'Chicago Pec. 3. How, through el- operation, grain growers in Manitolta, Saskatchewan and Alberta, have made a profit of $1. 600.0U0 was told bv (Jeorge K. (.'hinman, Winnipeg, in an address before the National Conference on Marketing and Karra Credits. Mr. Chip man said in part: ithin nine rears the grain grower of western Canada have orgnird three companies for the handling of their grain, operating 4!W country elevstors and one large terminal elevrator at the head pf the Crest Lakes. The total assets of these farmers' companies are over four and a half million dollars, and the paid tip capital is one and a half million. They have handled more than 2Vl,000,rmo mh rls of grain and have msde a net profit of l.fiU00. "All 4 this has not been brought about ithout a terrific t rustle a gamut the forces of the orgs n ire J grain trade of Canada and it is onlr a matter of a frw rears srhcsi thev will market three-quar ters of the Canadian grain rrnp. it i also exported that in the future they ill gn into flour milling and ponbly operate their own steamships. Christmas waists at Abbott's. Fleece-lined wrappers at Abbott's. See Abbott's showing of seasonable furs. All $2.u0 hats, now $1.08 nt Lamorey's. adv. ' Special sale of furs for Saturday at Vaughan's. Read Tans Shirtwaist House ad. on pnge 4. adv. ; Beautiful line'of Christmas postcurds and booklets at Martin's Book Store. ad. Public masquerade in Clan Gordon hall Dec. 4. Auspices S. U. of A. All come. adv. ' Lota of bargains in winter underwear and corsets on the bargain table at the Vaughan Store. For the real, old (lerman frankfurter, try the Baltimore Cafe. The allies can t touch it I adv. Mittens for those who work out in the cold; a largo variety at small prices. Lainorcy s. adv. '' Hie largest stock" of batteries and flashlights in this city at the Roval Bil liard Pallors. Geo. H. Lander, prop. adv. We have at the present time a few piano boxes tor sale to make chicken coops of. Bailey's Music Rooms, 14 Elm street. Don't forget the bov scout farce, "A Strenuous 'Afternoon." to lie given at the Congregational church Friday evening at 7:30. adv. Prof. F.lniore requests all parents in terested in forming a children's dancing class, ages four to seven, to please notify Mrs. Grant IJinc, phone 2ril)M. adv Regular meeting of the Modern Wood men of America Friday, Dec. 3, at 7 p. m The annual election of officer will be held and a good attendance ia desired. Look at our stock of warm footwear and rubbers before vou buv. Our prices are lower than the lowest and wc allow you 5 per cent discount. Kastmsn Bros. Suits and overcoats that range from $.10 to $40 now only $l.!). at lamorey's sale. lietter get yours now and be pre pared for that cold weather now on its wav. adv. In addition to the new show given by Grieves' Musical company at the Pavilion to-day there is an eeially good line of pictures, including a two-part Kslem drama and a corned v with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in the leading role. adv. The Mothers' club will hold a fair IVe. t, afternoon snd evening, at the Lan cisult sclioolhonse in Plsinfleld. There will be a nice program in tlr evening and msny useful and fsncy tilings on ssle. sleo liome-msne csmiv, peanuts, and a flshiouil for the little children. There will be no admission fee, so the public is invited. adv. William M for manufactures. The population of Burlington at the census of 1010 was 20,4(18, and it is esti mated that it was 21,247 on July 1, 1014. The statistics represent the establish ments located within the corporate limits of the city. Capital Invested. ' ' The capital invested, as reported in 1014, was $0,225,000, and in 100!), $,476,- 000. -The average capital per establish ment was approximately $72,000 in 1014 and $70,000 in 1000. In this connection it should bo stated that the inquiry con tained in the census schedule calls for total amount of capital, both owned and borrowed, invested in the business, but excludes the value of rented property, plant, or equipment which was employed in the conduct of manufacturing enter prises. In the final bulletins and reports the rental paid for such property, will be snown separately. Cost of Materials. The cost of materials used in 1914 was $1,131,000, as against $4,130,000 in 1009. The average cost of materials per establishment in 1914 was approximately $47,000 and in 1901), $50,000. In addition to the component materials which enter into the products of the establishment for the census 3'iar there are included the cost of fuel, mill supplies and rent of power and heat.. The cost of mate rials, however, does not include unused materials and supplies bought either for speculation or for use during a subse quent period The census inquiry docs not include amounts paid for miscellaneous expenses, such as rent of onices, loyalties, insur ance, ordinary repairs, advertising, trav eling expenses, or allowance for deprecia tion. Value of Product. The value of products in 1014 was $$,- 037,000 and in 1000 $8,800,000. The aver age per establishment in 1014 was ap proximately $76,000 and in 1000' $83,000. The value of products represents their selling value or price at trte plants as actually turned out by the factories dur ing the census year and does not neces sarily have any relation to -o amount of sales for that year.. The values under this head also include amounts received for work done on materials furnished by others. Salaries and Wages. The salaries and wsges in 1014 amount ed to $1.4(4.000 and in 1111 $1,411,000. In 1014 the number of salaried em. ployes was 304, as compared with 333 in 100(1. The average number of wage earners in 1914 was 2,132 and in 19011, 2,371 Summary for the City. n::m::::mm::::mm:m::::m::mum:i:n:::w $17,000 To Be Sold in the Next Ten Days Stock! MEN'S PANTS .$1.00 Pants for $2.00 Panta for $3.00 Pants for $3.50 Pants for 79c ..$1.64 .. 2.19 2.69 $4.00 Pants for 3.19 SUITS $8.00 Suits for $4.98 $7.00 Suits for 3.98 $13.50 Suits for 9.98 $16.00 Suits for ...... 10.98 $19.00 Suits for 13.59 $22.00 Suits for 15.98 OVERCOATS $10,00 Overcoats for $15.00 Overcoats for $16.50 Overcoats for $20.00 Overcoats for . $18.00 Overcoats for $6.98 7.98 11.98 13.98 12.98 DRESS GLOVES 50c Dress Gloves for ...... . 39c $1.00 Dress Gloves for .... 79c' $1.50 Dress Gloves for . . . .$1.19 $1.75 Dress Gloves for . . . . 1.29 DRESS SHIRTS 50c Dress Shirts for . . .... 39c $1,00 Dress Shirts for .... 74c $1.25 Dress Shirts f or . . . . 98c $1.50 Dress Shirks for $1.19 UNDERWEAR $2.75 Scotch Wool Rib ... .$2.19 $2.50 Scotch Wool Rib ... . 1.97 $2.50 Fancy Wool for .... 1.98 Broken lot, all wool, regular $1.25 to $1.50, at this sale. . 79c $1.50 Eagle Brand Wool . . .$1.19 $2.00 Scarlet Wool for. . . . 1.29 Ladies' and Children's Rub bers will be sold at 15 per cent, below regular cost. SWEATERS $1.00 Sweaters 'for ...... 79c $1.50 Sweaters for ......$1.19 $4.00 Sweaters for 2.59 $7.50 Sweaters for ...... 5.19 $8.50 Sweaters for 6.19. We have a lot of White Sweat ers, values from $1.00wto $5.00. to go in this sale for 89c FLANNEL SlllRTS $1.00 and $1.25 Flannel Shirts for $1.75 Flannel Shirts for $2.50 Flannel Shirts for $3.00 Flannel Shirts for '79c .'.$1.19 .. 1.98 2.19 JERSEY SHIRTS 50c Jersey Shirts for . . . . . , 39c 75c Jersey Shirts for .... . . 49c WORK GLOVES 50c Work Gloves for ..... . 39c $1.00 Work Gloves for ... . 79c 25c Work Gloves for ...... 19c Rubbers for all occasions. Men's Work Rubbers and Dress Rubbers at 15 per cent, discount. tensus 1914 Week-end Specially at Louis Romanos' Store Barteader Makes Fart an by Keeping Cleaa. i The aiicre nf a bartnder in the niv ing pH-tnre liines as told in the IV "ember nVimia'i llom ( rmi pinto in in eellefit il!ntrtm of wlmt the public wsnts and l" the eiilntr ean grow tu-h Itv citing 't t tl m. A few vtirt' CI one rf t if leading New ntk eihibi tors was orting behind the lir. "He saw vine mt piHnre. r! ired their wonleriul itrtimBt 1e. snd d- i-lt-1 that lre was bse fcig f pnrt ttn i X . He rn(4 t'e rmT twin livne the lwn. j?t4 a '-riih b-iii. "me tro'f Mf snt a Mil f s(t. ml ;T1..l-,4 t!-e -l-e ls Ip4s end lne- " . 10cj leatil.fi" s Vi l-rf is l.i f'.ir writ 1 1 tllr". DARK AGES OF MEDICINE Many stlisrtirs aro rtoiicmi doses, of fcnivp U tiic sii'l stud!. Some pci'Pla tliink that t'iCT arri not taking tmxli. ine uiileps it has !! tan, tMlierwie nolxvly ulii tliiiik of taLina rroion oil or cator oil or a!ts to mo) t lie ionrr I, lliey U'lort lo t! e at. Harsh atliartics, rxccjt in rxtncuie ttu er?rwic, nevrr wire ah lo. It is noir piir to ts'.e a laiafire that mill civc nstui a little p i.t! aj? law anJ t increar t!ilo"e li-n rmr aclinn ia dowre-l. JV.Vkls, llietiny rink If lative riil, tc&VeUtis possible anUthry r"vw pripe. Yotir dnizifst aIla TirkVl. A ff"? amtle aM a tjn-f nl Ixv.k en h tr-s' ati ot Tnt !( ton snil f" ! t t fit "-iit l y Jr. V i!'iatij SinOicjue j., f 1 tK'a'!', X. V. Number of Persons en ' paced in Proprietors and firm lueirtU n Sulsricd em ployes . . . . Vsp earn ers (sv.r spe number) Primary horsepower Capital !"ei it- . . . . Snl.irici .. Wsj:" . . . Materials .. Value of products . . it cent 19(19 jj of in crease, 19011-1914. 87 04 301 8- ; il 2.777 1 -10.0 63 i 11 3.V; -13.H American Clothing Co. 255 North Main Street, Barre, Vt. D. C. Rizzi, Sales Manager ::::n:Ku::aKK:::::J:J::n:.::n::::::::::::n::anr.::::::::::K:;:.'j::::::::r:n.-::::: A Better Understanding. 2.132. 2,371 -10.1 8.no R-1.)9 t'ij!2.i.is il.47fl.i 1.444.i 1.411.IHNI 414.IXKI, 42U.ISSI I.O.ln.iMi, 1HM.I"I 4.!31, 4.!3n,ntNi -4.2 -s.n 2J -14 .1.8 (2) 6.fl.i7.Ki. C.wai.isto'i -2.4 1 A minims ign (-1 drnntes drvrenne. 2 Less thsn one-tenth of ! per cent. .31c .33cj ItflUIIUV UQVUll "ZSL"'""" J t tsitMi r t eir" s4 t r Western Roa?t Hwf. It. ...c Wrtcrn Round Mcak, r?j....22el Het Tifl Tori:. H. . .lfc to l-c'T" .2lc: "Any t-nlnr" tlt r (i't14 Boiling Ief and at lo ct rnce.. tewing Bf-ef t ancj Dairy Bui If r. lb.. Creamery Butler, It. .. larre cans of Tomatoes per ran 1 paL can pf Apples for. 2 exit B' ut le trie for . 3 ran eet Corn for . 3 Tb. Hil'tt Brother Crack- ;t t t-t . tw r-tt-.t.m j3 tar. F-a-rct Crirn , ir n ti i prni lis si'r" w- n , i,.t T ... . r. ttn for 2.W' .a i i x.. 3 t&n Lanr June rcaa 1 'rHnw-n e B?an r-er of. IfHnrStrork,rb Uf -f x"'"1' w'1 r, , tstrt m the . 4 jars rrcpfcrt-d Muftard 2m Pmk Ht forSat.rdairmh. , Arrk...t, in ,lf TT fit lf ITe, M4Kral rrirrt.ea Om tlSTmccX Drif -3 TrulU r f jl3 l:;d ti l?w- STREAM MEASUREMENTS. Federal Gaverameat Ca-epefales Wit Several States, li e inMir.wnl of Hreims wss t gun ty the I. f e M-igK-sl surtey in IHH in rrninectinsi Wit J special studie of water lr irricstiun, and since tlie apprpnstins by t'mpres Kr the urtey hi mk Jr included aa item f'r irmginf reams of the country. Wriirm-nt i tf (low he Ivva mad" at shmit J." ifiti ia It I tilled Mates and at many mnt ia n;ill area in ..ard prtummia and tlie 1 uknti-1 sa sna tins. Alka. a well as ia the Hawaiian iii. la tn ik snaay hue nc data r HI. sbmit liring nil m irratinjr jffpsmst , and tisSfy tneiirnet ' K'i- "re x.a'fe st i4tr tit. I A r iit "n ti Nwtk lu"d. r- rvf-t-at! Atiantv rw4 eitts Ihr r"- ark t "" e The world wave of indignation that I washed away even neutral restraint at the time of Edith Cavell's execution in, Hrussels has subsided. Kxecution of twoi German women spies in France helped : to spread an understanding of the rijrorsl of war-time law enforcement. And sober I second thought showed Miss Cavell in ' the lijfht of aupor.spy. - " ( She waa an English woman who had been permitted to remain in Brussels after thev German occupation only upon her proinine to devote heraelf to nursing. ' She wss not onlr aiding the enemies of. Germany by helping English and Belgian soldiers to escape, but sue waa betraying a tmt. Here the Review of Reviews reminds us thst England never would have per mitted a German woman' to occupy mii a position of trust. Germany took Mis ('veil's word for her conduct, and then impoaed the death penaltr when she vio- luted her obligstion. I Miss Cavell waa a martyr. There Is no q, notion of thst. She was acting f or j her country, and her deeds are to be ad- J mired. What would have lieen a grave, offense sgsinut honor had she acted In-1 dividually breome a glorious sacrifice to patriotism when performed for her coun try. Even the Germans mint have admired Mi fa veil for her daring. She broke faith, but not for her own sake. And so war's diatortion of life rule goes on. What is riebt for the individual in peace is wrong in war: and what i right In war is wrong in peace. Tn the hideous emergencies thst reverae all rulea of normal living it is riky to judge any set of wsr by the record or the codes of peace. Th. I a veil caae shows lis tlist. Itoston Journal. THE LIBERAL POLICY adopted by the management of this bank and which provides for "Extra Dividends" to depositors is a practical demonstra tion of the "Mutual" idea. Our guaranteed rate is four per cent., to which a substantial "Extra" is added as earnings warrant. We invite correspondence. The Burlington Trust Co. Capital and Surplus, $300,000 "Safety First i City Hall Square North Burlington, Vt Odd, ta Say the Least. Hxk This natch w.m't light. Hike-That'a funnr. It U all right minute ago. 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