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THE liAHKK DAILY T1MKS, HAUUK, VT., SATURDAY, , APRIL 8, 1910.
SPRINT. MEDICINE 'Hood 'i Saraaparilla, the Great Purifier, Ii the Best Blood Spring aicknea comes in some degree to every limn, wonuiu and child in our climate. It is that run-down condition of the , system that result from impure,, impov eriehed, devitalized Wood. Jfc is marked by low of' appetite end I that tired feeling, and in many ease by .itome form of eruption. The best way to treat spring ciekness is to take Hood' Sarsaparilla. This old reliable family medicine purines, enriches ,and revitalize the blood. It is an all , the-year -rou ml alterative and tonic, and , ia absolutely the best epring niedici-eine. Get your Wood in good condition at once now. Delay may be dangerous. Ask your druggist for Hood's Karsapu rilla, and insist on having it, for noth ing else can take it place. Adv. T. R OUT TO BEAT HUGHES Report He Is Determined to I Eliminate the Justice BITTERNESS IN THE CAMPAIGN Resjp! "Content's a Kingdom" Our annuities moke contented minds. The income is free from all risk and is pa ii a true aa you live, as long as you live. Send for rates, stating date of birth. National Life Ins. Co., of Yt. (Mutoul.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Kialto building, Monjpelier, Vt. Harding Is to Be Temporary Chairman at the Chi cago Convention $100 Reward, $100 Ths r.adra of this r"Pr will be plrnH to l.aro that tbrrr ! at ft on. dri-addl l that ai'lrnr baa been able to cure. In all Ita tara. and thai la Catarrh. Hull Catarrh Cms la the only poaltWo cure ui kuowu to tin" mid r1 frat.rnitT. Catarrh b.lna- a conalimtkmal itli.aat, reqiilr.s a conatltutlonnl treatment. Mailt Catarrh Cur la taken liiti riially. aotlns; directly upon tha tilood and muoona surfaces of the aj-atem. tberehy dtro.Tln tlio foundation of tha discs, and frlrlnif the patient trnj(th br building up tha omtltuttnn and nsltln na ture In dolus Ita work. The proprietors buvs A tntfc flth In It. nnr.HvM DoWer that tllT offer On Hundred Imllura fr anr cn that It faila to cure. Send for lint or testimonials. Address F. J. CHENET 4 CO., Toledo, O. gold or H Pmggljta. T3e. Tak Hall's Family Tills for conttlpatloo. Washington, April 8. Is the price of Theodore Roosevelt's return to the Re publican party to be the elimination of Charles K. Hughes as a possibility for the presidential nomination if it is re fused to the colonel! This portentou question is more seriously asked of each other by members of the old guard tliau any other in connection with the Roose velt movement. A chief effect of the Roosevelt-Root reconciliation conference, was to stiffen determination that the certainly does heal eczema In our file of reports, coverlntja period of twenty years, literally thousands of piiyiiciam teft how successful the Kea inol treatment is forecieiua and similar skin troubles. The first use of Rcsinol Ointment and Resinol Souimsul!y stops the itching and burning, and titty goon clear away all trace of the eruption. N other treatment for the skin now before' the public can show such a recurd of profes-sional approval Sold br alt d-iiTioi. RANDOLPH KItcn Stevens left Friday for Law rence, Mass., where he went fur an indell nito stay, having found employment. Mrs! M. y. lterbiook has returned from Iwriice, Mass., where she had beeu since last Friday, having been called there by (lie death of her aunt and cousin. daughter was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Mason. The child ha been given the name of Margaret Morse. JUeven young ladies recently met with BREAK A CHILD'S COLD BY GIVING SYRUP OF FIGS Cleanses the Little Liver and Bowels and They Get Well Quick When your child suffers from a cold Miss Ruth Scott and organized a Junior , (lm wuit' 8,ve t,", "ul,; "tomacli, liver Sanatorium Aid society, with the follow- jH"J lwel a gentle, thorough cleansing ing ollictara: President, Miss Ruth Scott j ! ftt on,e- W,"'n n"' ' viB,, li"tl,',". vice incident. iMen l... rill aeeretnrv. I pale, doesn't sleep, cat or act naturally; (Jlad)s Cantlin; treasurer, Nan Hatch. I"' 1",'Mt1' j" ,,Hll "'"mach sour, give a Mis Kvelvii Denny gave a card party 'p.iornui 01 lamornm .-syrup 01 Hhile home 'from her teaching, to which 1-'8." and in u few hours all the clogged she invited fifteen of her friends. The ! constipated waste, sour bile and un-pM-ty developed a shower for Miss Mar-j '''J01'1 foo,i W1" efntly move out of jorie Chedel, who received many iiiceiV1 nw,s. "n(1 J'ou nave w" I"")' gi:t of cut glass and silver, in unticipa tion of her approaching marriage. Re fri sJiineuts were served and a jolly tim was tlie result. fill child again If your child coughs, snuffles and has caught cold or is feverish or has a sore throat give a good dose of "California to receive the nomination. Yesferlay his intimate friends were saying that he will support Hughes, ami the Republican leaders are convinced that the colonel is determined that if the Republican con vention will not take Roosevelt, it shall not have Hughes. The colonel's recent "no pussyfoot" utterance from Oyster Hay is universally interpreted as a tosj The Lenten service in the Catholic i'rnf 01 J KB t0 evacuate the Uowe-ls ! church began on Friday evening, with ,m J"erencc what other treatment is r.ev. John A. Lynch to preacn the aer :"'" , muii. Mr. Lynch, ho comes from' Slok children needn t be coaxed to take XorUilield, took for his topic, "To Whom ' tllis harmless fruit laxative." Millions .Shall We t;oy" i of mothers keep it handv became they Air. and Mrs. J. D. Mitchell have been 1 kn,,w iu action on the stomach, liver and in Rutland and llridegwater for a few , "on elH w prompt amt sure. 1 hey also dins' stnv willi relatives. .know a little given to day saves a sick I harles Robinson, the son of Dana j i to-morrow. Robinson, recent I v ninleruoiit un iH.ra.' your drtlggl druggist for a 6fl-eent Isittle of his hat into the ring, although his colonel should not be the Republican friends soften his blazing sentences with candidate. They had Hughes to oppose the explanation that he meant merely, him with, at least until the justice you can take me or leave me as you Bell-ans Absolutely RemovQS Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists. This Will Interest Mothers Mother Gray'a Sweet Powdera for Children, a certain relief for feveriahneas. headache, had stomach, teething; disorders, move and refirulate the bowela and destroy worms. They break up eolda in 24 hour. 1 hey are ao pleasant to the taste children like tbfm. Over 10,000 testimo nial. Used by mothera for 28 years. They never fail. Sold by all druKsriats, 25c. Sample mailed i REE. Addreaa, Mother Uray Co. Le Roy. N. Y. Adv. Largest urt of imported tobacco in this country. R. . Sullivan pays largest govern ment duty and revenue tax of any individual in the U. ti. Largest nelling brand of 10c Cigars in world. Big Kolstein Auction 85 Head of Registered and High Grade Holstein Cattle As we have purchased the Milham stock from the FVirnham or Stevens farm, in East Montpelier, on which the entire buildings recently burned, and have not sufficient room to tie the stock, have decided to sell same at public auc tion to the highest bidder on the prem ises known as the Fred Gal farm in Rarre Town, about one mile from Barre City, near the Cobble Hill creamery, on TUESDAY, APRIL 11 lfllf), at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon. This stock has been gotten together at a great expense by II. M. Karnham and is considered the best herd in Washington county, being especially well marked, mostly all white. FIFTY COWS All young; about l. now fresh. 20 to freshen soon, and l." fall cows: 10 2 -year-old heifers, 5 to freshen within the next 30 days, mostly white, very fancy; 13 yearlings, 10 extra fine calves. All this stock are large size, many pf the cows having an enviable reputation as milk and butter producers. Included in this number is Prince Idreno, Van Beers. Xo. 1071H3. bred by the Vermont state hos pital, Waterbury, Vt., sire Prince Van Beers of Kdgelake. No. "vlOO!), dam Idreno Princess No. 111203. Mercedes Wit De. Kol No. 10201 H, bred by If. W. Varney," Vergcnnes, Vt., sire Buik DeKol Mor- I cedes, Xo. 37.r3. dam Kathel Wit 2nd Xo. 4f734; 1 yearling heifer and 1 heifer calf, both eligible to registry; alo 3 regis tered .lersey cows, from the Kastman Hopkins herd of Cabot; 1 grade bull. This stock will particularly appeal to any farmer wanting the better grade of stock, as it is not the kind usually of fered and would not be on the market at this time only on account of the re cent fire at the Farnlum farm. With the exception of three cowa, not one in this herd is over fi years old. The grades run from to I.S-lfl pure bred Holstein. Come ami look this stock over, as yon eIdoin have an opportunity to see such uplendid stock together. Bear in mind that turning out time is onlv a few weeks distant. Ucmember the" date. Tuelay, April 11; 101 fi. at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon. I.tincb at noon. At the Fred (Jale farm in H-jrre Town. DAVIS & MARTIN, Owners, DAN A. PERRY, Auctioneer. should inform him that they had not and they do not expect him to make an announcement so disastrous to their plan ot campaign. Since the conference eev eral things have occurred to crystallizo a very chaotic situation into a semblance of concrete form. The new of the .con ference, it will be recalled, was made public by the Roosevelt side, not by Mr. Koot or his friends. This new waa cal ciliated to benefit the colonel more than anyone else, although the meeting, as these dispatches have siuaiested, made the colonel no more or less a candidate than he was before. He has been a randidate ever since he consented to the holding of a rival Progressive convention in Chi cago. The purpose of that convention was to make the colonel the only candi date the Republicans could nominate with the assurance that he would com mand the full support of the Progressive wing. For several months, Colonel Roose velt has let slip-from Oyster Bay friend ly mention of the presidential impos sibilities like Burton, Knox and Cum mins, but he never has announced his willingness to support any man likely choose.' RUMORS OF ANOTHER LOAN TO FRANCE BEWITCHING HAIR FOR EVERY WOMAN Paris Check Rate Weakens to 6004 Move to Stabilize Ex change. Xew York, April H.--Rumors of anoth er loan or commercial credit to France wore eurrct again yesterday on the fur ther weakness of French exchange, the Paris check rate weakening to 000, against Thursday's low quotation of .M'O'a- The low rate for francs in this market was-established in August and September last when checks on Paris sold at mix It is known that bankers representing rreiuh interests have been negotiating for weeks past with a view to effecting some stabilization of exchange Is'tween this center anil Paris. The French gov ernment haa recently discharged some heavy financial obligations in this coun try and it is assumed that its credits are somewhat depleted at this time. tion at the sanatorium, with the hone of ! of "California Syrup of Figs," which receiving help lor epilepsy. contains -directions for babies, children Klsie, daughter of Mr." and Mrs. Saw- of a" aPes aml for prown-itps plainly ver. was taken tn the sanatorium Kri. P th. bottle. Beware of counterfeits llav for an operation for appendicitis. ' f1'1 nP,, r,pt the K''n''ne made by Mrs. 0. 11. Greene and her daughter, l "California Fig Syrup Company." Adv. Horence, returned Friday from a two weeks' trip to Albany, where they went lo visit Miss F.thel (Jreene, and from there to New York, to visit friends in the city. Air. und Mrs. A. K. Chandler and Miss Marie Cadwalder have returned from a three months' utay in Xew York and Philadelphia. On their way home they also visited in Atlantic City and Keene, .. H. Mr. and Mrs. George FiAeld and son of Johnson have moved to Randolph, where they are to occupy the lower ten ement in the house of Mrs. C. R. Pratt on School street, and Mr. F'irleld will be employed in the lirighatu creamery. VERMONT INDUSTRY MENACED. Hat Braiders at West Townshend De- i prived of Material by War. J Brattleboro, April 8. The business of ' braiding palmlcaf hats, which is carried! en in and around the village of West Townshend, is in danger of licing wiped t out as a result of the Kuropean war. j That locality is one of the few in New j Fngland where palmlcaf hats are braid- i ed in the homes, and although the busi ness is much smaller than formerly it will surprise most persons to know that not far from 100 persons devote a part File cumnftre rrirla crave n rlnnee in ,.e .1...:. i. i .1.- .4: 1---- r- p. -- . - ,fi unit? lu me vttMK, umiei me til- the grange hall on Friday evening, which Section of Charles II. Grout, who main was fairly well attended. . tains the hnsiness in connection with his MARSHIIELD Hair That Radiates Healthfulness Al ways Compels Admiration Don't .neglect your hair, girls; vou'll be sorry later on if you do. Never mind about the things you have tried; never mind what people say. Just remember this: Parisian Sage will make harsh, thin or faded hair soft, glossy and luxuriant. It quickly rids the scalp of dandruff, stops falling hair and scalp itch, and imparts that refresh ing comfortable feeling or money re turned. It's a delicately perfumed liquid free from oiliness and as one woman re marked, "Parisian Sage puts the radiance of sunshine into my dull looking hair and makes it beautiful and lustrous." The Red Cross Pharmacy sells lots of it and always guarantees it. Adv. Real estate owners, now open your eyes, Inveuthiate, study and thus become wise, to the fact that Bishopric Wall Board is better than lath and plaster, saves 40 per cent, in construction, renders 100 per cent, in service. Any weather is good building weather when you use Bishopric Wall Hoard and Sheathing. Bishopric Rooting is self-protecting and requires no paint. It bcta !l other kinds of roofina; that'a made, And those who have tried it all aeem to airree It drivea everything elae away into the shade Of the elm or the old apple tree. I For Sale br J. T. CALLAGHAN 360 No. Main Street Barre, Vermont The City Auction Market Now is the time to sell your Ranges, Dining Tables, and Chairs. We have an opening for them at private sale. Auction Sale on Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m. 0. H. HALE, mm STOP AT REVEREHOUSE BOSTON Hot n4 coM water, lonr dutno t rhoi in every room. Eihtr rorm with bh. fufctne and servire unexcelled. II. M per 4mw an! apwars ! JEWELRY i U. J. DODGE, The Jeweler Wkea YOU want a yieca t Jewelry, corns in and tee anr sfleodid display. I Mi Arrat far tt Maa Strart "lM Aaaertc aa- la Barr I Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. The auditors of the village'corporation will meet Saturday. April lo. at 10 a. in. at the etore of H." 1). Mcl'rillis, to audit the accounts of the various ofiicers. Miss Ruby Davis returned Wednesday from Rochester, accompanied hy her grandfather, K. W. McWwin. Mrs. Jf. S. Carver of Bane is visiting friends in town this week. There will l a special meeting of Al berta grange iiext Wednesday evening, April li, at which it is desired that all member be present. Harold Quimbv of North wood Nar rows, N. H., is visiting at Ivan Carpen ter's. .frs. Belle Bullock returned Mondav from ALontpelicr, where she has been working in the family of Ira U. Kdoon. George Durett has moved hi family to the house owned hy S. Swprdl'eger on Cabot street. Two teams collided on MUin street last Saturday, causing slight damage to the wagons and some bruises to the occu pants, but no serious injuries were sus tained. T. Ii. Holt and daughter. Mr.. Lee Blanchard of Oroton, visited at C. K. Shejiard's Thursday. Victor Spear, one of the prominent of ficers of the Vermont Maple Sugar asso ciation, ia to Ih' onp of the speakers at the maple sugar exhibit May ,'), under the auspices of Alberta grange. The whist party at 'K. V. Spencer's , last Tuesday evening was well attended, i 'irt prizes were won by Superintendent Huttertielil and Miss Mary tiilman; con solation prizes by C. K. Thwing and Miss Mailed Henderson. l-awrence Rosehrook and -on of Crove- ton, N. H, viitel his brother. K. A. lioacbrook. a few davs last week. C. M. I.illey left Saturday for Turling ton, where he underwent an operation Monday at the Mary Fletcher hospital. He is reported as doing well. George A. Ihtvis and family of Brad ford are visiting friends and relatives in town thi week. Beginning next Sunday, the evening service will begin at 7:30. instead of 7, as has la-en the cujtoin during the win ter. Will Note of St. .Johnsbtiry visited hi brother, J.. P. Nutp, recently. Kingston Chapin left Monday for Ran dolph, to resume his studies at the agri cultural school. Mr. and Mrs. Henry .lobn-nn arp visit ing friends in Northfield thi week. Mis Florence WistPr returned to Rarre Monday to resume her work as teacher in the public schools. There were U0 registered at the rest room in the month of March, 23 of whom were residents of Ihe village. H is un derstood that the Rochester club recent ly voted to give $10 to assist in the sup port of this object for the coming year. There were lti books taken out from the Kimball public library in March, of which there were about 910 of fiction. EAST CABOT Laurel Blake of Whitman, Mass., was a guest at S. K. Houghton a anil It. I,. Roys' a few davs the pHt week. W. I. Abbott and daughters gave a sugar party at their camp Thursday afternoon. Frank Morse of St. Albans visited his brother, George, and family a few days thi week. Rev. M. t Hale of Cabot was at R. S. Burr's Thursday. Hiram Rowe of Reacham was a busi ness visitor in this place Wednesday. Wednesday and Thursday were the first good sap days this season. Not much sugar has been made here yet. I general store in West Townshend. For several months Mr. Grout has been unable to get the palmlcaf, which comes from southern Europe. The leaves come to this country folded like a closed fan and are bleached and split to the desired width before being sent to the localities where the lints are braided. Back in 1HS0 from liiDO to 2000 person in and around West Townshend devoted their leisure hours to braiding hats for I. H. Fullerton, who shipped from 15,- 000 to 20,000 do.en a vear. There was a profit of eight cents each to the braid ers, but it is much less now. The work of braiding is always of much curiosity to city visitors. It is done very rapidly by skilled persons. WOODBURY Dress-Up Week Ends To-day I Have you gone in on this big general celebration of the right clothes idea? Think about it to-day. J You have your house painted over at certain times on your own account, and also for the general uplift in appear ance, the tone of your neighborhood. "Dressing up" buying new clothes because they're needed fulfills the same purpose. You almost owe it to yourself. We are ready to show you the right thing for your personality and your pocketbook in suits or overcoats, or shirts, or hats, or anything a man wears. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading: Clothiers Barre, Vt, Miss Alice TUs visited in Greensboro Thursday. Charles Orson, who has been spending the winter ftt the Soldiers' home in Miiine, arrived in town Friday. Mrs. Frank Mhsou and daughter, who in flardwick for a few days. have been spending the past week with Miss Nellie Richardson returned to her Mrs, Mason's mother, Mrs. C. H. Dana, returned to their home in Madison, N. 1L, Saturday. Ila Crr returned home Saturday from Ba rre. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweetscr left for Sfowe the latter p,trt of lat week. Mrs. Albian Michand and children of Greensboro are visiting Mrs. Midland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Ross. Arthur Shatney of Lnnesboro visited relatives in town over the week-end. Shirley Ainsworth is visiting relatives home in Albany after a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Louis Dunnells. George Suitor completed his labors for fi. R. Fletcher last Saturday and moved his family to Barre. J John Hannigan has gone to Boston, where he has secured a job in a machine shop. Miss Florence Parks of Flardwick is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Vernon Ains.- worth. for a few days. Mrs. W. C. Daniels, who has lieen con fined to the bed for the past two weeks with inflammatory rheumatism, is so far recovered as to be around the house. WILLIAMSTOWX. :ero-cene s I! I 1 ''Good morning, Mr. Mason; I see f 1 you've got a new sign in your win- I t dow" 1 1 i i : .:- i ) f Charles D. I'rockway. who died April I .1. was born Nov. 30, k;.1. At U years j oi age lip learni'i kip darners iraue him worked at this business for about nine years. Then he went into the gmrerv busine-s with his father. When the R. F". D. routes were .tartcd fioin Williams town, he was appointed carrier on route No. 1. This r"tite he nerved for about ten rears. In November. Mill, he a 'obliged to give up his duties as carrier because of failing health. His health jciiititiued to fail until hi death. April ! .'I. Mr. I'nskuav was a kind and luting husband and will le greatly miss,.. hi hi- home. J. W. DTTXON t a4 t tWiaWY BUrk Iwn, Vk Card of Thanks. I with'to thank the kind fn. nd f..r their sympathy anil also for the flower in the time of niv twrea ein nt . Fsre- icialy I wish tu thank lr. (V. and the 'nurses who tertrnied their ditto's f faithfully in trying to sae iy hucl one. IVra Ri- k it. Balloon Descend. rVrfd4. F i.. Apr, I . -1 b t,al hn-rti"n 1'.:...n l t br-.W' nwav h re j-ter.Uy .1 i.n.lH alit I '. hk in tic a't'-rno., at ArtU, FU tuiii northeast .f lr.Mi-us York's best grade of refined oil. We've always carried it because we wanted our customers to have the best. Nowit'sgotaname SOCONY and nobody's gladder than I am. Maybe now, people will begin to realize that all kerosene is not alike." "There's a difference, is there?" "I should say so. Just as there's a difference in eggs and a difference in butter. SOCONY Kerosene Oil is clean, clear-burning, absolutely reliable. Every gallon is exactly the same as every other gallon." STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW YORK PRISCIPAL OFFICES: NEW YORK ALBANY BUFFALO BOSTON Wa recommend the following oil burning device as the beat of their kind: Stw Prrfrttitm Oil Cookatovei and Water Healers, Ptrfcttio Smokclesi Oil Heaters, Roy Lamps and Lanterns. "Oh! yes. The SOCONY Sign. Yes, that's been up ever since the first of the week. What do you think of it?" "I think it's fine' I'd a whole lot rather buy kerosene with a name and a pedigree than just any old oil the dealer happens to have in his tank. SOCONY, you call it?" "That's right. So-CO-ny. It's the Standard Oil Company of New 5 A T?T? 0!T YirSTf . 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