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THK MAUKK DAILY TIMES, It A HUE, VT., MONDAY, APIUL 10, 1910.
smZ A Why 25 c . say. t rte the quality, - To get m i buy Murad, H3& 7 a then tuy TurkisK Ogatette. Cents Because Cent Branas, k equal to -est of ytfb Y being made of a,p eaves. I matic nnported FIFTEEN I CENTS Jl V Ci ll - CURRENT COMMENT I 4 Really, Do You Mean It? pleat wish to see begun. To the latter end arrangements were made for a prompt, world-wide circulation of a fuli summary of tlie address, ly pacific were not stated, but the oh- those who hold Germany responsible for jective cliielly in view in prosecuting iiu war was definitely re-declared. I In his rejoinder, construing the words In September, when the German han- of the British prime minister as ainoiint- cellor last snoke at lcnetli. he invited mir to a declaration ot an intention l Speculation is now rife as to who w ill the enemies of Germany to make peac ; annihilate lo'imany and to ilcprive her be the next state auditor, since it is proposals. He indicated that Germany "f defensive power, the German chancel practically conceded that Mr. Graham would lie clad to licentiate on the bash lor practically withdraws his former of- will be the next governor of Vermont. ,,f ,ali,,j; the war a draw ami restoring ,, r '""I substitutes therefor a program Ming permanent The Monitor nominate Arthur 1'latt the status quo ante. Belgium, th, more likely to be approved by the c- tilolic. Howard of lhirlington.--Ilarton Monitor. ; world was jriven to understand, was to trcmists of tlie (Jerinan war party. The the ro.e,;il,li.l,.,l o v ,1 ri i ,i ,., I ni,l chancellor now indicates with great The Voice of Germany. iin nf the l.li,.li ir,,hl..m sou. .lit frankness tliat the German purpose is .fudging from his words and the gen-!41'" would be acceptable to Russia, eral temper of his discourse two things I But the invitation was not accepted, were prominently in the mind of Heth-. Instead, Asipiith in lichalf of the allies, mann-Hollweg, the German chancellor, ' restated w ith greater emphasis his orig when he arose yesterday in the German I inal declaration that peace would not be Heiohsfag. One was a desire to reani- ' made, or even considered, until it was mate the German people and to subdue 'made clear to Germany and to the world the doubts of whose rise there are many that Prussian militarism was no longer signs. The other was to influence for- 'a serious menace. What specific guar eign opinion and perhaps induce the antees Prussia would lie required to givj peace negotiations that Germany has to prove that she had become permanent- the war and who see in it the working out of a dclilwrate determination to achieve world dominion will lie tnore in dined than ever, having read the chan cellor's Seech, to believe it is indispens ably necessary to subdue Prussian null tarisni if the world on either side of the water is to have anything reem peace. 'New Yorlc SAYS BODY IS A POISON FACTORY to suppress Belgium's independence, and to strip province and Yclhynia. Bulga ria, one is to assume, is to absorb pait of Serbia uud .Austria -flungary the re- i 4.. i... .........! .-.. ..um... - - Urges Everyone to Drink Glass of Hot subservience, anil I urkev is to continue' J a a subscvient state." Thus Pan-German feelings me aroused by tore of a Germany that RANDOLPH C. E. lazelle President of the Merchants' Association. The merchants' association held their annual meeting on Thursday night and after tlie usual business elected tho fol lowing otllcers to serve the coming year: President, V. K. I-azellc; vice-president, V. A. Grant; secretary, C. .1. Ntockwell; treasurer, G. 1. lvtitiiaoii; auditor, .lohn l-aiiison. The committees are "appointed by the president and will be. announced later. A family bv the name of Vaiighan I moved here last week from Kichford and Ion Saturday Dr. Gilford was summoned to see the girl, Who is about seven years of age. I'pim examination it was discov ered that she had scarlet fever, and the health otlicer was summoned to place the child in quarantine. A son younger had been ill for several weeks previous to i I their coming here, but it was not known that he had this disease, but it is now thought that his illness was from this cause. Miss Helen I hi vis is at the sanatorium for tturgical treatment und is thought to be. making a good recovery. Mrs. Clinton Ulanchard, tlie mother of John Ulanchard, died on Friday at her home in Kast Braintree after a two months' illness from old age anil its in firmities. Deceased was 7! years of uge. Miss Jessie lilanchnrd was summoned from White River Junction for the fu neral. News was received here Saturday of the illness of Madam Webb, who was 100 years old last September. Dr. Scott was summoned, but her condition is not thought to lie serious. h. r. bmerson is now in a critical stute, having suffered an attack which closely resembled a shock, from which he does not seem to rally. His daughter, .Miss Minnie Kmerson, arrived Saturday night from Boston, to see her father. Mrs. B. A. Manchester was in llarre last week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Douglas Barclay, for a few days. Miss Ruth Adams, who has been in Boston und North Andover, Mass., with her sister, Miss Marv Adams, has re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Flint and daughter, I Mae, who have been in California for the winter, returned home Saturday night. While awav they passed the time with Mrs. Flint's sisters. Mrs. F. W. Jewett and Mrs. Frank 'arsons, in Pasadena, Cal. Randolph grange held their meeting Saturday night with a good attendance and the following interesting program was given: Orchestra selection; rollcall, with responses by members; reading. rred Blanc-hard; duet. J. H. Hallow and Glenn Bailey; farce, "April Fools," Hutchinson, Martin and Bailey, closing with a selection bv the Orchestra. The farce gave much fun, being a pleasant change for the occasion. ORANGE COUNTY FARMERS' ASS'N NOTES EAST BARRE F. A. Lermond has lieen ill and con fined to the house the past, week. Mrs. . C. Nve is visiting friends and relatives in town. The first four grades of the school gave an enjoyable entertainment Friday even ing in opera hail, which was well attend ed. The proceeds are to lie used in pur chasing a Columbia grafanola for the use of the school. After spending the spring vacation at their respective homes, F. ff. Dickey re turned Friihv to Clark university, Rav Sargent to Norwich and Roscoe Awry to U. V. M. Mrs. Celeste Snow of Fast Sfontpelier has been the guest of Mrs. Clarendon Tucker the past few days. Mrs. Ira ( ochrune. w ho returned re- entlv from a two years' residence on the Pacific coast and has been at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Osborne, is now VHiting her son, Charles Cochrane, in Plainlleld. A daughter was born Saturday, April fi, to Mr. and Mrs. James Bishop. .Missej Katherine and Julia OHagan spent the week-end with friends in Bane and Montpelier. Mrs. Amv ( utler of Puinheld spent several days the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bislio-i. The ladies of the XV. C. T. I', served warm sugar in the reading room Satur day evening. The proceeds are to be used in buying books for the library. MARSHFIELD. T MERE'S an old Dutch sayin: "Paint costs nothing" That is, a good paint pay for i'.self in the protection it jfives tct hniivn nnA K-ir-i in thm val iit it jSI d'l" Property. f Bay Stale Liquid Faint is more than "ff-xd r"-i"t " It Is N'ew Kngland-quality psir.t i paint that standi New tnieland weath .id endures for years. Use it anv . ou desire. Frccoine a rr inferior will finish is highly unitary and gives artistic effect.;. Write fnr frs bA l-t. If ""-" d'-'-r od ua Sis luraa. pieair. wr WORTH, now LAN a & co, ic painting a pic- diall extend, ei ther diicctly or through vassal states, from Ostend tt the Persian gulf. Ger many is to be supreme, and a German peace imposed on the world. The new Germany is to le so extended and s. Water Before Breakfast. Just as coal, when it burns, leaves be hind a certain amount of incombustible material in the form of ashes, so the strong that nothing will le able to stand 1 tod and urink taken lay after day against her. Thus does the (Jerinau ! h aves in the alimentary canal a certain chancellor commit himself to tlie pro- amount of indigestible material, which gram of RcrnhardJ. All iliuuises are! if not completely eliminated from the discarded and tlie banner of world do- vtem each day, becomes food for the minion is openly unfurled. The chancellor is good enoo K - - .1 MQum Pa'!, i toy ta rit Ar M k? A. V. BECK LEY. liar re hSmriPsl ,.VT' I ! h to av that German ambition docs not extend the American continent. - He says there is no intention of si iing ( Hn.oi.i or ot overrunning BraJ. The as-uram es m.iy jlie accepted la ing. for the present ai ,li-a?t, l'in of siiiceiity. It will take 'i.ernianv S'lne time to digest the new ! territories that she marks lor herself n the other ide of I lie wsltr. But when 'her power is siu.onated; when sic sImII have oi;'ni7. in a military wair the full re-our,-- t.f ne.irlv -JiMi.tuai.iaft people, there will !e no la against an ioth.r .criiiHii chanced r anuouiicing .i j -bailee of liiin.l. I'criiHps some l.iiiuaii iatKreliM will assMsstnxte l.crmin j pi I'm ling, an I. tr.u inj t ie i irne lo JAineri.i. it m. jiaijt that t.er- ittmiv lias wn lorr,-.l" inio nur i;Jiint h. r will and is ,-..ni. ii.-d .. .1,1. nd bT s If l v .tan i i; -- it t '.if temainlers f Mem m. v. I I h...e who i;.mk (i,t t'.e .r.-.,.ut r I 'm a d leii-iie i.'ii. ,,n t.,-r in ' ;ar t 'and h ) i, ' t , r ! . hitt.i, i I hin. Iplartne.) nd l-v1'" it dm'l '. - jcrpt the theory t"-t a .! in in I tor th Hrwii of I'r ji. ,n m.l lnm a ! millions of bacteria which infest th houids. From this mass of left-over wate. toxins and ptoinsine like poisons are fornn-d and sucked into the blood. Men and women who can't get feeling right must begin to take inside bath. IV fore eating breakfast each morning drink a gla-s of real ht water with teasHHinful of limestoni" phosphate in it to ua-h out of the thirty feet of bowels the previous day's Kn-umulat ion of pois ons and toxins and to keep the entire alimentary canal clean, pure and fresh. Tiio-c who are subject to sick bead prlii', is-lds. bilioiines. con-tipation. eth i rs who w.ike oj with bad taste, foul breath, backache, rheumatic stiffness, or hive a sour. sy stomach after mcjls. are urged to -et a ipiarter pound i f limestone phosphate from the drug store, and l gin practicing internal sani tation. lhi will sM very little, but is sti'b.-ient to nake anyone an enthusia; n t he sutn's t. Ren emlier inside l.sll ine is more im sirtant than outside tiathmg. twsaiis.' t e skm porc t.i iot a!-irH impuritu iitl the ld s. rausing J"r health. de bowels p"re lo. Just Map an-l hot water rl'tn-, aaeetrns id fresh- Wanted: .10,000 dozen fresh eggs. Briiur them in any quantity, large or small, and we will pay cash for same. Iiarre Creamery. Making Lime Fertilizer. The big new $i..0,Km plant of the Ver mont Marble company located in Whip ple Hollow about a mile and a half north of the Delaware & Hudson depot at West Rutland is nearly ready for operation. The great building, 400 feet long and 90 feet in width, was started last April and during the summer about lrtO men were engaged in its construction, while nt present, there are onlv about 30 laborers finishing the details of the plant. Nearly all the refuse marble is to be used bv the corporation in making a lime fertilizer, and when the kiln is in oper ation 200 tons of stone will be convert ed each dav into 100 tons of lime. The plant will be nin with dav and night shifts and about 35 men will look after it during the daytime, while 2, workmen will compose the night gang. The conduit system and lighting of the plant is alone a big proposition. It is expected that by May J, the whole plant will be in operation. The past week has been spent in re turning farm survey records mid retaking from those who wish to continue this work. Last year records were taken from everyone obtainable in the survey area around Randolph. This year rec ords ar being retaken from those farm ers who 'feel that there is sunie benefit coming from it and wish to repeat the record. The purpose of these farm sur vey areas of which there are six in the state, is to demonstrate to the farmers of a locality by means of their own fig ures the factors which inlliience farm profits and to interest and assist them in the systematic keeping of farm ac counts. Tlie first year we wished to get all the fanners to give records so the figures would be representative of the area, hereafter having obtained that av erage, our chief purpose is to assist in the keeping of accounts and picking out the strong and weak factors on the in dividual farm. The majority of those whose records have been returned have wished to continue the survey and many are securing the farm record book's in order that hereafter they may have some more reliable records to give. This year the survey will not be confined to the Randolph area, but a limited number of records of other farmers in the county will lie taken on request, to make up for those who drop out. Please get in touch with the county agent, if you wish to have your record taken. There has been some criticism of these records as not being accurate since so many of the farmers keep no accounts. 1 Ins mav be true with manv of the in dividual records, but considering them in groups and as a whole for averages, I think this inaccuracy may be disre garded. The averages where there were at least ten farms in a group and some groups with less, showed the same trend as those taken in other places. The in accuracy of the individual records would probably influence the degree of varia tion between groups, but not the relative position of the groups. The fact that 14 of the j records taken were thrown out before t he averages were made, shows that some obviously inaccurate records or those where outside influences affected the figures were recognized bv those summarizing the records and not used. For individual accuracy, I think the second year's records will show an improvement, as most of the farmers whose record is retaken are using more care in giving their records. A series of articles xv ill follow in these newg notes giving tlie important fac tors influencing farm profits as shown by last year's figures. A complete sum mary is returned to those whose record is taken and was given in my March cir cular letter to the members of the Coun ty Farmers' association. This survey shows that the average farmer is making a living and a little besides, that a few farmers me making us much as could be expected in many other lines of busiucs? and that a few farmers were running be hind, not only working for nothing, but losing part ot the interest on their in vestment. The average of the til farm ers in Randolph and vicinity made .:hil from April, 1!14. to April 1, 101 .. above his farm expenses and five tier cent in terest on his investment. This docs not include his household and personal ex penses outside of the things furnished bv the farm. The average of the 10 bet ter-paying farms averaged $1.1 .Mi on the same basis. The average of the 10 poorer-paying farms lost $'J."i('t after paying five per cent interest. The best paying farm gave a labor income of $'J..'I7.". ami the poorest a loss of $40:1. These figures look a good deal like the figures on profits from individual cowo in the average herd. There must be sonic farms which are robin1 r farms and not paying for the labor expended on them, or is it liecause they are not propetry treated? Do you know what you are doing on your farm? There were several farmers in this Randolph area who did not last vear. Are you planning to keep farm accounts this summer? Summary for week-ending April 1, lOlti: , Farms iisited If Records returned 11 Records retaken 4 Letters written '27 Meetings held 0 Office calls 0 traveled 41 K. If. Ixiveland, Count v Agent. YOUNG WOMEN MAY AVOID PAIN Need Only Trust to Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound, says Mrs. Kurtz weg. . Buffalo, N.Y. " My duughter, whoflt picture is herewith, wus much troubled 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 H M 1 1 1 1 PI " "-I! JIU1I1S mm ip in her back and sides every month and they would sometimes bo so bad that it would srenY like acute in flammation of some organ. She read your advertisement in the newspapers and tried Lydia . Pinkham's Vege table Compound. She praises it highly as she has been relieved of all these pains by its use. All mothers should know of this remedy, and all young girls who suffer should try it "Mrs. Matilda KORTzweg. 29 High St, Buffalo, N. Y. Young women who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, fainting spells or indigestion, should take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Thousands have been re stored to health by this root and herb remedy. If you know of any younpr wo man who is sic k and needs help fill advice, ask Iter to. write to tlio Lydia E.IMnkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Only women will receive her letter, and it will bo held in strictest confidence. BLOTCHES BURNED TERRIBLY ON FACE Rubbed and Made Itching More Pain ful. Constantly Irritated. Face Was Badly Disfigured. HEALED BYCUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT "My skin trouble bogan nix months aeo. At that time I had only a few pimples on my fare and forehead. They were In blotches on my face and they ln-hed and burned terribly and at times I rubbed my face but this made tho ilehing raoro painful. Tho pimples on my forehead were disfiguring and they were constantly Irritated. For two months my faco was badly disfigured. "I sent for a sample of Outicura Soap and Ointment and after using It I bought a cake of Soap and a box of Ointment. In less than two months after I used two cakes of Soap and two boxes of Ointment I was healed." (Signed) David H. Prhumlnsky. 17 Bedford St.. Hartford, Conn., Oct. 29, '13. Sample Each Free by Mail With 32-p. Skin Book on request. Ad dress post-card "C'lHicura, Ip. T, Boa ton." Sold throughout tho world. Miles EAST CABOT "li,.l. vt t a iSrmand I. !t.it'n t '"T'RMr ait! t 'x ,T ..! 'at' n lot l't T'i -n an ncfatr Ivirr l"t annii- tie ki!i. o b't atr ami liitr. .b hstr a1 aj t'r tmnt h. liter, L.4 H and Iwarla. Ad. RESISTANCE TO DISEASE lability it Iops of vitality, not affecting any one part of tlie txxiy par ticularly but tlie STrterii generally. It is dangerous tiecaiiM it reduces the body's resistance to disrate. N hen debility follows acute dieae, convalescence is slow and the strength does not return as it should. An at tack of the grin often reeult in debility that persists lor month. Kverybody recognizes tliRt the remedy for debility is to build up the blood !vaue the blood goes to erery part of the l-o-ly and an improvement in it condition is otiickly -felt throuehout tlie syrtem. The problem in every cape is to find ometbirig that will enrich tlie blond. Ir. liliams- Innk rills suit niot neorde's need because the are non-al coholic and they really b-iild up the Mord and etrenpthen tlie nerves, Pr. Williams' Pink nils are neful for grow ing children and for men and women whoae nerroua enerry bas In orer drawn. Try Uem wiienc very our blooj is thin. Your dnisrH Pr. Wil'SaTr Pink r'l or tley w;il be "Tit by mail, pv"tpaid, on re.-ei;-t of prire, M cents rr bo, s t Ne f .'.& by ti e I t. Wi!Vatr. Melrir,e Co.. S. bere.-ta.iy, N. Y. Writetoday for free bc-jLkuoa tlat blood 3i ZfeTvea. Mr. ami Mr. Ira Kond pnp Mijrar partio at their home last Thursday and KriiHy afternoons. Herald and Mamie Morse have a pa ir of heifer calves trained so thev can hitch them to a dcil thev have fixed and take a ride, driving them with reins as you would hrse. Miss luiilxdle Davenport is home from St. .lohnsbtiry. after a two weeks' visit with relatives there. Mrs. Ktta Iavcnport is spending n few days with her daughter, tiraee, at St. .Tohnshiiry. Miss Deli Pelow has returned to her home at St. -lo'uisbury, after a two weeks' stay with relatives here. (ieorjrc Irew was a recent bii-iness visitor at Barre. Arthur Read and his friend, f.eon I Top kins, who liflsi been spending his vaca tion at the Read home, went to-day tn their school work at Lyndon Agricultural, school. About five itn lies of snow fell Thurs day nieht. making- pretty pnod sli-ijrliinjr for Friday. The supnrniakers haw been erv busv the last few davs, haxinir ' boil ap both night and day. The mh1- 'tv of susr is net so good as previous vears. heri il. '"lirvanisni aguin!' someone else may ejaculate. The peril of Democratic rule to the business interests of the coun try is (lemoned rated beyond (IUuitc---such is the conclusion, is it not 7 No, the conclusion is a very different one. For the circular of the National City bank goes on to analyze the fig ures, saying: "These figures show an increase in till kinds of paper money of .I."4.7!',N!I7, but the increase in gold certilicates aig- nilies nothing but an increase ot gold, the increase in silver certificates and I'nitcil States notes signifies nothing but interchanges between the circulation and tlie treasury, and the increase of $If;, "7s.(hmi in federal reserve notes is nearly all covered by gold retired from circu lation in the hands of federal reserve agents. Including national hank notes, there has lieen a decrease in the circula tion of credit paper (luring the past year." Instead of a credit currency inflation during the past. year, tlie contrary has taken place and the monetary system of the United States is now sounder than ever. There never was a time in Ameri can history when so much gold stood Isuk of our currency as to-day. Never before has the American business man and financier -been so sure of the solidity of the country's monetary issues. This is what makes the Wilson ad ministration the most injurious one that the republic has been afllicted with since that of .lames Ituchanan. Springfield (Mass.) Republican. ''W ould you er- marry nie. Winnie?'' "Oh! Algy, you surprise me! Cer tainly I'll marry you." "Hut Fm not serious, doncher know! Caw n't you accept a joke?' 'That's exactlv what I've done." Life. MOTHEHSJW THIS- When the Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats and Chests Kd tcllinjr how soon the symptomi mav drvlnn into rrnnn or worse. And! Miss Inez Ahhott returned to Hard ,v,en's whei vnn're clad vou have a iaf ni.k Monday to r-siiiee her s. hoo work, j cf ML'SThKOI-K at hand to give She was accompanied by her w,.r. Ha irrPmi.t. sure relief. It does not blister. el. who will spend the week at H. C. . a, firtr un,4 - certain rrmodv I-'hbevV there's nothing like MUSTEROLE. Samml A. handler ws home oer Thousands of mothers know it. You Sunday from his wmk at Cah .i. should keep a jar in the hou'ie. jt js j(,e r(.me(jy or aJults, too. Re- Ihe Worst Since Buchanan. lieves Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Tonii!- Wben Senator Tice de. lared thut this i his, Croup. Stiff Keck, Asthma. Neural-a.lmini-tration had l n more in jum-ns I gia. Headache, CongfMion, Pleurisy, to the countrv than anv aduiiuistrition Klievmatism. Lumbaco. Pains and Aches since nu.hanan's he did nt spc-ii'v nil .f ,of Ealc or Join's, Spra rs, Sore Mus. the counts in the terrible indii t nient. ; elf s. G.iThlains, Frcted Feet and Co! Jj Reading the April circular of tbe a ;of the Chest (it often prevents Triea- tiomil I it y bsrik of Sew ork. one i-oines mor.ia). cr.'- nre of the dsn'nin:.' evidem-e. I At your drtign'st's, in 25c and SCic tar. UndT "Paper m..nev i n.." the bsnk and a special larpe hospital sire for $2 SO. rir ular sax that v.'in-.rn is rxpred : l' J"n! ret the prnuine MUS- in .me quarters oer the large View- ! TF.RCLE. Keftfe imitations Bet what in th s. iume of iht m-n-v in cmi -. vmi aV for. The Musterole Company, UtHn. Oiiotici: a th!e of ro.Ti.-Tsrx : Oevt md, UhiO. tati-ti. it h that i'iimiist tb- cjr; ending Mar h I. I'll'i. de iu,-T -se in a I' kinds of pai"' nwwev in t'e lutelj vi.tr. JU..1 t? s-i- "In-'.f ,.,t, 1 Mmc srill err. The Itrmnrratie psrtv mce t e ( ml tmr t?i hc-n nnwrnt in It 1 't I ( tie nsmi-v u-.-t!. it maj 1 n-mein-