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THE BATtliE DAILY TIMES, BAIMIE, VT., SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1020.
WATERBURY Tax of $4.16 Voted at Town Meeting Much Business Accomplished. Town meeting passed off with on un usual amount of business accoinpliHhrd. K. K. Campbell, Ha moderator, efficient ly presided. C. B. Adam was re-elected clerk; J. Y. Nomerville, school di lector; T. C. O'Neil, lister, and M. C. Barber for one year; F. L. Eaton, se lectman; F. W. Powers, overseer; col lector, F. S. Blaisdell; K. E. Joslyn, treasurer; A. Q. Wheeler, auditor; U If. Dale, town grand juror; $1,000 was voted for permanent roads, $500 to be used in the village; $;i00 also for re surfacing. It was voted that the poor for mbe not sold find also that a com mittee ot hvc bo appointed to see what rould be done toward making the poor farm be not sold and also that a com moted to purchase the land of J. R, Arkeley in Moretown for a cemetery, .This consists of 30 acres and is the old 4 Fortier property. Bonus was granted the teachers in accordance with the recommendations of , the bud pet committee. The license vote stood, yes Co, no 70. Town UlerK Adams was elected to keep the books of the various officers. A tax of $4.10 was voted. At the village meeting Walter Edwards was elected president ; C. B. Adams, clerk; G. S. Blaisdell, collector. A tax of 00 cents was voted, $500 for permanent roads and $C00 for resur facing. At the Duxbury meeting Homer Ken nedy ably served as moderator; Mrs. Jlertio Huntley Palmer was elected dork; Philip Shonio and O. W. Colton, selectmen; Clyde C. Morse, school di rector; L. A. Morse and D. E. Barney, listers. The article on bonus for teach ers was passed over and the matter of additional salary left with the school board. Edward T. O'Brien was" elected road commissioner; L. S. Hills, treas urer; A. J. Patterson, constable and col lector; J. R. Dillon, overseer; agent to prosecute and defend 'suits, H. ). Parcher; trustee of public money, Henry Collins; town grand juror, B. F. Hart. A tax of $3.05 was voted, 20 cents of which goes on debt, $.100 was voted for improved highways. It was also voted to have medical inspection in the schools. The funeral of Mrs. J. B. Eldiedge ' was held from her late home Wednes day afternoon, Rev. Eraser Metzger of Randolph officiating, assisted by Rev. Edward C. Hayes. The bearers were her two brothers, James and E. S. Mc- Clallin, Dan Wood aim uyron li. I to vis of Randolph. Large numbers were present from Randolph and the Mad river valley. Burial was in Waitsfield. The body of William Taigue, an em ploye of the Magnesia Talc company who died of pneumonia, was taken to Meredith, A. H where his daughter re sides, for burial. Miss Etta Graves was able to come downstairs for a little while yesterday Mr. Pcdazzio and Mrs. Gatuni an buth somewhat improved. Mrs. Lee Earnham is ouile ill with pneumonia. Those ill on Crossett hill are Willis Breene, Mrs. .lames Collins, Lawrence Collins and Ellsworth Carrier. Edward T. O'Brien, the newly elect ed Toad commissioner of Duxbury, was taken quite ill Thursday night but was better vesterdav. Mrs. G. S. Bidwell has returned from Florida, stopping in Washington and with her cousin in Brooklyn, . The time of Dr. Bidwell's return Is un certain. Mark H. Moody has gone to Florida to be with his father for a time. Through W. H. Carroll the Wrisley home in Duxbury has been sold to A. ft. Patterson by Harry Wrisley and one of Jsat Sawyer's farms purchased bv Mrs. Charles M evens. Mrs. V. K. Ducas remains quite ill. Miss Dorothy Arkeley remains more comtortalilc. , Mrs. Harold Harvey, who was oper ated upon at the Tfeaton- hospital on Wednesday, is doing well. At St. Andrew's church to-morrow liigh mass and sermon will be at 10 : .'(. Catechism classes at .'I o'clock. Rev. O. H. Lock, pastor of the Meth odist Episcopal church, preaohes at both services Sunday. At the Congregational church. Rev. Edward C. Hayes, pastor, has for, his Subject. Sunday morning. "Cnto the Christian Endeavor meeting evening, leader, Miss Emma RANDOLPH Miss Josephine Belle Stimets the Bride of Overseas Veteran. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stim ets was the scene of a wedding on Wednesday evening, when their daugh ter, Josephine Belle, was united in mar riage to Cyrus Alton Metcalf of Iras burg. The couple entered the parlor to the music of the wedding march, played by Miss Alice Lamb, and took their stations under an evergreen arch, which was trimmed with green and .white crepe paper. Rev. Eraser Metzger of ficiated, using the double ring cere mony. The brido was accompanied by her sister, Miss Esther Stimets, and David Hedding was the best man. The bride was dressed in a navy blue suit and hat to match, and carried red roses, The ceremony was witnessed by the immediate relatives and many of the friends of the bride. Following the ceremony refreshments were served and the couple left amid showers of confetti for a short trip, after which they will return and the groom will take a position in Washington, Vt., where he will have charge of a cream ery, and where they will make their Home, Uoth of the parties were grad uated from the Randolph high school in 1918. The groom was for a time employed as bookkeeper at the Brig ham creamery, but upon the opening of the war, he enlisted in wagon com pany 304, and served two years in France. Since his discharge he has also been employed by this company. Mr. Metealf was also graduated from the Vermont State Agricultural school in inifl. A large circle of- friends wish for the couple many happy years in their new relation. GROTON Sunset. in the Miller. EAST CALAIS Fivp in thr family of Guy Martin ar- on the trk IKt. S Ilernion Converse is quite hick with pneumonia. Thomas Lawliss was a visitor in V terbury on Tuesday. Ralph Ihviitell is sick with the mumps at Mmitpdier seminary. Mr. anf Mrs. Perley Wilber, who have been visiting at Byron Wilber's, have returned to their 'home. R. H. Bancroft is assisting in the rare of Hennon Converse in the Pekin neighborhood. Mrs. Herbert Gray is nursing at Guy Martin's. Oeorge E. Carlcy was taken to Barre City hospital on Wednesday, for treat ment. ('. F. Lamb of this village was re eleeitcd as school director at the town meeting. The funeral of Arthur Lawliss. sec ond son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Law liss, who accidentally shot himself on Tuesday afternoon, was held from the home Thurday. with burial in the Xorth Montpelier cemetery. Clinton Durkee of Barnard was op erated upon at the sanatorium Thurs day morning and is thought to be doing we'll. Lieut, and Mrs. Carlisle Hancock left March 1 for Fort Ringgold, near Brownville. Tex., where the former is to be stationed. Miss Mary Burgen, a sister of Mrs. Hancock, accompanied them west. Mrs. J. W. Oney and Ray Chase, who have been ill for a time, are both re ported better. A daughter, Ethel Louise, was born laf.t Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buriidge. A son, Theo Stevens, wa9 born Feb. 2." to Mr. and Mr. James Menard at White River Junction. Volney Of-ha came this week from the Albany Business college to pass a weeK nere with tus parents. . Groton Church Reports Show Encour aging Increases. The fourth quarterly conference of the Methodist church was held at the parsonage Thursday evening, Feb. lit. The district superintendent, Rev. E. W. Sharp, presided. The trustees, stew ards, Sunday school superintendent, etc., were elected. Reports were read from the pastor, Sunday school secre tary, ladies' aid, trustees and treasurer, also benevolences. The latter show an advance of 50 per cent over last year. Church attendance has increased 100 per cent over last year and that of the Sunday school (13 per cent over last year. The Sunday school has fulfilled the pledge made in raising $114 for centenary, besides having all bills paid to the end of the year, which is very encouraging. FOUND ENOUGH FISH TO FEED W ORLD Robert Cutdtman Murphy of Brooklyn Also Located Countless Birds on Coast of Peru. Peru's coastal species inhabited it. Mr. Murphy said ! ly by the American Museum of Nat tho ancient Incas of Peru highly prized I ural History and the American Geo- the guano birds and penalized with death anyone who killed one. Many of the motion picture films he brought buck, he said, showed the life history of the seabirds as well as the native fisheries and the guano industry. In the period from 1K40 to 1008, Mr. waters are teeminir 1 -u"rl" 'u. many or me uirtis were ... , .. , . , , , . J killed off and it is only in recent years with enough iish to feed the world and t,iat cfforU have -nmrte to con-crvo Jirr islands are veritable bird sanc tuaries, according , to Robert Cushmun Murphy, curator of natural science of this important resource of Peru. Pres ident Leguia, and other prominent men, he said, have encouraged foreign HI'i- th.. Ttrnoklvn miismnn inat vrO .nrnoH ' entiiic men to visa rem tor the pur from six months' exploration in South j P."80 of ascertaining the best conserve- America with 500 photographs and 10 000 feet of motion picture film. Mr. Murphy said that on one island he tion methods. A steam trawler and two launches were placed at Mr. Mur phy's disposal upon his arrival at Lima, found '"the most abundant seabird life 1 ftml ,fruIU t,,'e8e "l'ted his re STRAFFORD NORTH FAYSTON Town meeting was held as usual and everything went off finely. There were not many changes in town officers. The ladies realised over $20 from the din ner, which is to go towards paying for the soldiers' monument. George Carey of Montpelier was in town the first of the week and moved his household goods, as he lias sold his farm to Charles Maxham. Mrs. G. A. Grandtield and mother. Mrs. Eugene Griffin, went to Water burr Wednedav to attend the funeral t.f fr. J. B. Eldredge. Miss Xora Griffin is in AVaterbury, working for J. II. EldrIgp. K-aymnnd. little m of Mr. and Mr.. Samuel Little, is very low with pneu monia. Mrs. Hugh Henry is n the sick list. The annual town meeting passed off very quietly. The following officers wero elected: Moderator, J. R. Haves clerk, Elizabeth M. F. Chandler; road commissioner, for unselccted highways, Homer H. Kendall; road commissioner for selected highways, Frank Brown ; lister tor three years. Hansom W Hayes; selectman for three years, Fred . Preston, to succeed himself; select man for one year, Ernest J. Kendall, to succeed T. Ci. Dearborn, resigned; overseer, J. L. Barrett: school director. V. (.. Norton; treasurer, George F. t handler; auditor for three vears, A L Judd; town gand juror, R. W. Hayes; constable, Georga E. Bassing thwaighte; town agent to prosecute and defend suits, William K. Sanborn Taxes, 285 per cent, besides l.noo for resurtacing and upkeep of selected highways. Somewhat more than $30 was realized from the dinner served by the ladies. Miss Marion Brown is homo from Norwich for a vacation of several weeks. On Friday evening of last week there were two more birthdav surprise par tiesone at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Poland Scribner, the other at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Moses. Miss Marv Moses, who had been at home, has returned to her work at Wel leslev Hills. Mass. Clinton Barrett has returned to Wa- terburv. Mies Cora Rowell has returned to the Cobb bouse, after spending two months with Mrs. Rachel Lewis. A daughter was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson and a son was born March 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Picknell. Mr. and Mrs. .T. Guy Huntley, who have both been very ill, are improving and the trained nurse from Hanover has been allowed to leave. Miss Lena West is home from her school in Massachusetts for a brief vacation. Mrs. Oscar .( logst on hn gone to Thetford to assist in the care of the sick ones in the family of her son, John ( 'logst on. Mrs. Harry Hoyt ha been quite ill. Misses Earline and Carolyn Bagley spent the week end at home. I. U. Dearhorn of Randolph was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Nellie Moses has gone to Maine o assist in the family of Mrs. W. S. Wilson. Mrs. Frank Brown recently spent a few days with friends in yuechee. Mrs. Nellie R. Brown was called to Merid'-n, N. H., last week by the fu rious illness of her sister. W. W. Pillsbury has sold his hard ware stock to Clarence Brown and pos session has been given. Mr. Brown has been doing plumbing here during the past year, occupying rooms under the hardware store. Mrs. Walter Seruton and children and Mrs. John Page visited relatives in Bradford Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Taylor of Bradford was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Smith 011 Wednesday. A. G, Welch visited his son, Isaac, and family at Wells River yesterday. Mrs. Helen Ricker returned Tuesday from Barre, where she had visited her sister, Mrs. John Ingram, for a feW days. Mrs. Anna Hastings returned the first of the week from South Newbury, where she went to visit Mr. and Mrs. George Martin over Sunday. Mrs. F. D. McCrillis has been quite seriously ill this week with a severe cold. Florence Hood has been confined to the house this week with a badly sprained ankle, which she sustained from a fall while skiing. Mrs. Margaret Markham visited Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Morrison at South Rye gate Thursday and Friday. Mrs. J. n. Taisey, who has been spending several weeks with hr sister, Mrs. H. R. Page, returned to her home at Woodsville, N. H., Friday. She took with her the little daughter of Mrs. Page, whom she will care for a few weeks. ' Mrs. Levi Wilson was in Montpelier yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennis received word Thursday of the critical illness fiom pneumonia of their daughter, Mrs. Annie Tenney, at her home at Spring Held, N. II. SOUTH RYEGATE A conference on the new world move ment was held in the United Presby terian church Wednesday afternoon and evening. A number of noted men of that 'denomination, with two mis sionaries from the foreign field, were present and gave addresses. All the churches of the Vermont presbytery were represented by delegates. Two of the teachers are absent from their duties this week because of ill ness. Miss Annie Beaton of the gram mar room, whose place is taken by Mrs. A. T. Beaton, and Miss Mamie Ron ha 11 of the intermediate, whose place is filled by Mrs. Nelson Park. The final number of the lecture course comes next Monday evening, when Dr. Gabriel Maguire of Boston, traveler, explorer and lecturer, will give what is expected U be the best event of the whole coarse. Mr. F. E. Ingraham spent ,the week end with her daughter, Celia, in Montpelier. Mrs. James F. McLsm is suffering from an attack of mumps, contracted while visiting her son. Wilbur, at Mont pelier seminary two weeks sgo. Mrs. Kobert ( arisen is very HI at her home on Jefferson hill. Miss Annie Taisey, R. N., of Newbury, is caring for her. The meat market of E. F. Doe is closed because of the illness of Mr. Doe with influenza. Mrs. Carroll Ricker and voting son of St. Johnsbury, who bad been visit j mg in Groton for some days, came toj her mother's, Mrs. Helen Rouhan, last ; Saturdav and were taken sick with in fluenza almost immediately. Latir a sister of Mrs. Ricker. Mrs. Nora Tillot son, and two children enme down with the same disease Hnd now another sis ter, Mis Mamie Rouhau, is ill. making six in one household. E. E. Wallace, the local representa tive of H. P. Hood 4 Son, Is soon to leave town to take a job in a creamery at Concord. Mrs. G. Oliosi went to Hanover hos pital last Monday for an operation for appendicitis. Among those confined to the house this week with the prevailing epidemic w hich seems to have struck South Rye pate with force, are H. W. Goodine, W. F. Smith. A. Anderson, Gladys ', Gray and Ruth Gates. j " Mrs. (i. Lonardi and Mrs. Rose Ago- stini were summoned to federal court 1 at. Montpelier Friday, where some old j infractions of the law are to be looked : into. - I on earth," as many as 1,000,000 feath ered creatures ot a single species. The fisheries of Peru, lie said, are un organized and, although fish are plen tiful, including such edible varieties as the bonito, anchoveto, pejorrev or smelt, the congril (somewhat like a cod), the flounder and corvena (com parable to the American salmon), Peru vians literally "go hungry" because of their scarcity and high prices inland due to the problems of icing and trans portation. A few miles off the coast, the re turned explorer said, he let down a net and drew it out of the sea filled with four varieties of the most de licious edible crabs. These crustaceans, he said, would furnish the basis for a big canning industry both for home and foreign consumption, va-st quan tities o such sea food now being an nually imported by the I'nited States from Japan. The "wonderful fish and bird life" of Peru, Mr. Murphy attributed to the Humboldt current, a cold body of oceanic water which flows along 1,800 miles of the coast. He made many observations of this current, he saiil, following-those of Alexander Agassiz and Dr. Robert F. Coker of the United States fish commission, pioneers in such work. Although Feru s proximity to the equator, he said, would cause one to suppose that it might have a temperature like that of Florida, its actual temperature was more like that of Boston. I he result of the interest ing correlation between the Humboldt current and the abundance of fih and bird life, he said, he has covered in more than 500 pages of data. He alo brought with him Iti cases and crates, in many of which are specimens of cu rious marine and feathered creatures. Mr. M'urphy called attention to the guano or fertilizer deposits of Peru, which, he said, may be doubled by the conservation methods devised by Fran cisco Ballen, a Peruvian, whom be de scribed as "one of the most far-sighted and able economists in the world." In furtherance of Mr. Ballen's plans, the explorer said, he advocated increasing the breeding area of the guano produc ing birds, at present confined to 15 islands, the largest of which are the Chinchi and lxdios, and where deposits of fertilizer 150 feet in thickness have been found. The value of the guano deposits, he (aid, was also due to the ai t ion of the Humboldt current, the cold winds from which, blowing over the arid land, preserved the fertilizing qualities of the bird lime. Mr. Murphy, whose work was aided bv the Peruvian gov ernment, said the islands might be enlarged by dynamiting the cliffs into the sea. He also urged the stoppage j of guano gathering during the "court-1 ship" of the birds. The guano, he said, is dug by natives in the interior of the islands and carried in small railway cars to thi coast, where it is put aboard ships. Exportation of the fer tilizer, ho said, was being held up on . account of hi?h ocean freight rates. 1 The guano birds were numerated by Mr. Murphy as the white-bressted cor morant (commercially worth $15 a pair in Lima); the pelican and two species of gannet. By actual computation of the nests of some of these birds per metre on one of the islands he etimat- J ed that more than 1,000,000 of that one ' searches and experiments. Guano, he said, is the best fertilizer known for sugar cane and before the war vast quantities of it were shipped to the United States through Charleston, S. C. Peru herself, be said, is now util izing the fertilizer not only for growing sugar cane but for rice and cotton. Ocean freight rates, Mr. Murphy said, might be atlected by the compe tition which lias sprung up since the close of the war. Within the last six months, he said, eight or nine steam ship lines Dutch, French, Italian, Brit ish and American are now stopping at Peruvian ports. As an instance of -recent freight costs, Mr. Murphy cited the case of a Curtiss airplane occupy ing a crate not much larger than would be required for an automobile aud upon which the charges were $1)00. Mr. Murphy, who is 34 years old and a graduate of Brown university, is a director of the Explorers' club. His expedition to Peru was aided financial- graphical society. NORTH MONTPELIER Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Lawliss and family I wish to thank the relatives and neigh bors for their kindness extended to them in the death and burial of their son, Arthur, and for the flowers sent to them at that time. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Lawliss and family. Not Wholly Neglectful "Has the landlord made any repairs or additions for you lately V" "Well, he has made two additions to the rent." Boston Transcript. Mother's Coughs and SjColds Go Quickly She cannot afford to be sick and neglect her household duties. At the first symp toms she prepares the way ii for quick recovery by the ; immediate use ot dray a -VjA n. wron a household si u - . orcoaration of sixty S years standing. AT 11 I -JT yl j Molh.r ! buy I J W3BKESM fP J" Evenings j Week of March 8 t 6:45 and 8:3( j ; - MONDAY, MARCH i DRAMA J fl Viola Dana in ' i 1 "THE WILLOW TREE" l I i MELODRAMA Kt U Abo l I i . li hi a i CHAMPIONSHIP ATTRACTION BOXING Armory, Montpelier, Monday, March 8, 8 p. m. 12 ROUNDS LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION OF CAMP DF.VENS. SKRGT. SWARSTORM, VS. LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION OF SOUTHERN DEPT., FORT ETHAN ALLEN, JOHNNY HAYS 8 ROUNDS ' WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION OF CAMP DEVENS. JACK I EE, VS. WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION OF FOBT ETHAN ALLEN, "CHIEF" BOWLES 6 ROUNDS FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION OF CAMP DEVENS, BENNY HARRISON, VS. YOUNG COLLINS. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. - ' . 1 ROUNDS "CYCLONE" GLINNEY OF MONTPELIER VS. YOUNG PEMBROKE OF MONTPELIER Admission: $1.00 plus war tax; Ringside and Reserved Seats, $1.50 plus war tax SEATS ON SALE AT MARRION'S CIGAR STORE PROMOTERS! A. W. DALY AND E. S. MEIGS OF MONTPELIER MATCHMAKER: (HAS. RONCOE OF BOSTON Special Electric Cars After the Bouts ayaBiata.uvB,wawiai Op H arre JVlonday, March 8 The Funniest Farce of the Century Selwyn & Co.'s Successor to "Twin Beds" and "Fair and Warmer" THE NAUGHTY WIFE METRO Adapted by June Mwthb from th s1.' eucreae by J. H. Benrimo and Harrison r.hctks. Al! n I'nivrival Ne, and a apecia! Mack Sennett conwdy. "BACK TO THE KITCHEN." TUESDAY. MARCH I Tom Mix in "THE SPEED .MANIAC An excitinsr ami thrilling atory with rlnly cf pep and punrh. ' FATAL FORTUNE, rpiaode 12. and Serct-n Mattaiine. TWO BIG DAYS Wednesday and Thursday, March 10 and 11 N A Z I M O V A the incomparable, in the greatest picture of her screen career "STRONGER THAN DEATH from thr novrl, "The Hermit Doctor of C.ajfa." by I. A. R. Wylip. Don't for;ret that thts v tvmr than hr nnnr blir atiirroitr p-olnrtion. SPECIAL PRICES: MATINEE. ALL SEATS ISe; EVENING. BALCONY ISc. ORCHESTRA 2Se. BY FRED JACK0N Author of "The Velvet Lady," etc. A LAUGH FESTIVAL THAT HITS THE HIGH SPOTS OF HILARITY Ran One Year at Harris Theatre, N. Y. Now in Second tj Hugely Successful Season at the Playhouse, London 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50, plus war tax Seat sale opens Friday, March 5, at box office Tel. 471-W FOX FRIDAY, MARCH 12 ' William Russell in 'EASTWARD HO" MELODRAMA F'tn tha tory; of th anme ninn by William Raine. Full cf pI and . . action. Auuf BLACK StC Kf.T, ' rpundn 7. and a Current fcvrnta. VITAGRAPH 112 Millions used last year to KILL COLDS Hi":: cascaraDquinin Standard cold remedr lor 20 ara t5v a tablet lorm aaft, ur. no opiate break tip a cold in 24 hour relieve! rrip in S dayt. SV Mnnev back if it (aila. The nMTV&Aa senulnt bo h. a Red CM ilrll fclv top with Mr. Hilfa t SATURDAY. MARCH DRAMA Earle Williams in "THE WOLF" From the afaee aurrcsa cf the ?ame name by Eupenft Walter. Also a comedy. "WIS AND WHISKERS." and a Tutorial Life. Remember only or.e rhow every afternoon start ing at 2:15. Two shows every night at 6:45 and 8:30 licture. At All Drew Stn WAITSFIELD Mr. F. S. Kent wan railed to Barre herauae of the illness of her grand mother. A play baaed on "The Prinre," one of Tennyson's poem a and A college re quirement reading, will be given by the junior rla of Wailorleld high school. axMated bv never I other mem ber of the m hool, on March li, at the ! I O. O. F. hall. J. C. Tabor of Eat Granville i visit ing at Howard Jonlyn'a a few day. John MeCarty baa finnhed work in Middlesex and ii working for Bert Jos lyn. Larle .Tr!yn haa returned to Ma work in Laronia, X. H., after (pending a few dari with relative here. A. B. Tucker, who haa Ix-en on the sick liat. in reported better. Mis Lavonne Skinner of Barre u very ill with the prevailing distemper. EAST MONTPELIER Dance and supper at village hall Fri day night, March 12. Dudley's orches tra. adv. The Beauty of The Lily can he yours. Its wonderfully pure, soft, pearly white ap pearance, free from all blemishes, will be com parable to the perfect beauty of your skin complexion if you will WEST CORINTH , School opened lat Monday, after Ite Sng ckwed for three week on account of siknes. Several farmers armind here have r-ad-tlie misfortune to lew wme .if their horses lately, anions t!ie l r-.-r lein? O. K. Libby. Hurt KiUfler, Chrit- UuTTotigba and Mr. McLoud. Mrs. t Charles li'ake due not improxe fast aa her frnnd ih he might. Be Better Looking Take Olive Tablets To have a clear, pir.k si in, bright eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like chikihood days, you must keep your1 body free from p"rious wastes. Dr. Ldwards Olive Tablets U vetre taUe enrnpound mixed with clive oii) act on the liver and bowels tke calorr.il yet have no flanjrerous ater etfert. 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BRADLEY FERTILIZER WORKS The Americai Agricaltnral Cbrailcal Co. 32 Slate SL, Bml 1 1 ret or SU w lark. nZaJelplu, taWraTt, Biffale, Ovrlaa. Gnriaasg. Drtrsrt. THE BOSTON PAPERS SAID: "ROBIN HOOD is the best American Coroic Opers, and the Boston English Opera Co. give the best performance since the Bostonians." Regular Seat Sale Opens TUESDAY, MARCH 9. I can personally guarantee this attraction. JOHN E. HOBAN, Mgr. PRICES: IJoxes, $2.00; Orchestra, 1st 13 rows $2.00; last 11 rows, $1.30; Balcony, 1st 4 rows $1.00, balance 75c Tax extra Orders by Mail Accompanied by Or-k or Money Order with War Tax and Self-Addressed Envelope Received Now. Licensed Embaimers I now have in my employ Roy Swift, a licensed em balmer of seven years experience. This will insure the best of SERVICE at all times. M. J. Whitcomb EAST HAVRE rtr..L niREfTOR and imrmmfr TEU MOTOR AMBI LAME SHVu r. AT AI L BOl FS