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;TIIE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920.
ALLEGED HOLD UP MEN SHOT Two Other Men Escaped from Boston Police This Morning SPRING DEBILITY RESERVES CALLED . TO KEEP PEACE It Was Alleged Four Men Were Trying to Rob Man in Doorway Boston, April 4. Two alleged bold tip men wre shot and wounded early to-day by the police, who had been no tified that a man wan being robbed in a doorway in the south end. .Two oth er men escaped. ' Polire reserves were ralld out tj. quell a disturbance over the attempt of a patrolman to make ihe arrests. VLADIKAVKAZ CAPTURED. Russian Bolaheviki Seize Important Military Station. Constantinople, April 1. Vladikav kaz, an important military station and trading center in Cascaucasia, hag been captured by ,the Russian bolsheviki, according to advices received here. Vladikavhai, capital of the territory of the Terek, is Hituated on the Torsk river and la about 05 miles due north of Tiflia.' It is on the northern slope of the Caucasus mountains and its capture, together with that of Pet-1-ovak, on the west shore of the Cas pian sea, which was reported this week, snows an advance oi uie. ouisnfviKi toward the great oil center of Baku and the frontier of the new .Georgian republic. POPULATION RETURNS FOR 263 CITIES AND TOWN Los of Appetite, That Tired Feeling and Sometimes Eruptions. - Thousands take Hood's Karsaparilla ss their snrin? medicine for that tirod feeling, nervous weakness, impure blood and testify it makes them feel better. eat and sleep better, and "miiKcs iooa taste good." Spring debility is . a condition in which it is especially hard to combat disease germs, which invade the system hero, there and everywhere. The white blood corpuscles, sometimes called "the little soldiers in the blood," beeaiwo it is their duty to fight disease germs, are too weak to do good service. Hood's Sarsaparilla increases the "little soldiers" and enables them to re sist germs of grip, influenza, fevers and other ailments. It has stood the test of three generations, giving entire satisfaction. (Jet it to-day. If a laxative or cathartic is needed, take Hood'a rills.-Adv. DUELLISTS MEET ON FOOTBALL FIELD TROLLEY STRIKE AT CRAZED ON IN TOLEDO All Transportation Ceased j at 4 O'clock This j Morning BY HEADACHES "FRUIT - A TTVES" Is The) Only Remedy That Gave Lasting Relief TAKE OFFENSE ITo Feel Fit to Work AT WILSON NOTE FOLLOWING REFUSAL AT RATIFICATION; Have Been Received by Census Bureau and Most of Them Show Gaina. Washington D. C, April 3. To date population of 2o3 of the approximately 14.000 incorporated cities, towns and villages in the country have been an nounced by the census bureau. Practi cally all show increases and some have more than doubled in size. Portfolios containing the returns of the various districts are flooding into the census director's office. In many places the enumerators 'have completed their work, but in others it is just being closed aKhough begun four months ago. Some of the larger cities, including Chicago and New Orleans, are being prepared for announcement, while New York's portfolios are almost all in. Figures for only ten of the fifty cit ies of the group having 100,000 or more inhabitants in 1910 thuB far have been niadu public. Of these Toledo showed the largest increase with 44.3 per cent. Of the 59 cities having 50,000 to 100, 000 inhabitants in 1910, eix have been announced. Schenectady, N. V., leads the increases in this group with 21.8 per cent. Populations of 28 incorporated places of the 119, which in 1910 had from 25,000 to fiO.OOO inhabitants, have been announced. Knoxville, Tenn., leads in this group with an increase of 114.1 per cent. Growth of the other cities of Ithis size .was: Shrecvcport, La., 56.fi per cent increase; Binghamton, N. V., 37.9; Chattanooga, Tenn., 20.8; Macon, Ga., 29.2; Aurora, III., 21.7: Danville, III., 21.1 ; Lewiston, Me., 20.S; Lexington, ,y., 18.3; Amsterdam, X. V., 7.2; Kl-. pin, 111., 5.6; Colorado Springs, Col., 1.7, and Oshkosh, Wis., 0.3. In this group, Kingston, N. Y., showed a de crease of 0.1 per cent and Newport, Ky., decrease of S.3 per cent. .Seotts Bluff, Xeb., has the highest percentage of increase of any of the in corporated places thus far announced, Wlin !'0.v per criu. winer mcrmvrs over 100 per cent are: Eldorado, Kan., 215.4 per cent; Cicero, III., 209.1; A!ma, Mich., 173.H; Knoxville, Tenn., 114.1, and Oak Park, 111., 104.8. Manistee, Mich., has shown the heav iest decrease with 21.7 per cent. Washington Beltran, Montevideo Edi tor, Was Mortally Wounded By Former President Ordonez. Montevideo, Uruguay, April 2. Po litical excitement prevails in this city to-night as a result of the death of Washington Beltran, editor of the newspaper El Pais, in a duel with for mer President Jose Ratlle Ordones this morning. The nationalist party has called a meeting of its leaders and the Chamber of Deputies hold a meet ing to-night discussing the tragedy. After the last elections in I ruguay, the nationalists accused the "Batllie tas," the party headed by the former resident, of frauds, lhw organization is a section of the coloradist party, which is at present in political control here, and Belt ran 's newspaper, in an editorial discussing the elections, called Batile "the champion of fraud." It was this utterance that led to the fatal duel. The opponents met on a football field in the midst of a pouring rain storm. Standing 25 paces apart, the duellists were given tne word to fire, both miss ing on the first exchange. Before Bel tran could fire a second shot he was struck by a bullet from Batlle's pistol and sank to the ground mortally wounded. The body was taken to the state headquarters of the national party, where it is lying in state to night. There is a law against duelling in Uruguay, but it is understood that one of the conditions agreed to by Beltran and Batlle was. that neither would prosecute the other in case of injury. Duels are infrequent in this country. RICHARDS VS TILDEN Are the Finalists in 1920 Indoor Tennis Championship. New Y'ork, April 3. Vincent Rich ards, 1919 indoor tennis champion, and William T. Tilden, runner-up, were op ponents again in the final of the na tional indoor tournament here to-day. In the final of the doubles, Richards and Tilden, titlcholders, faced Samuel Hardy, former champion, and S. How ard Voshell of New York. BOAT RACE TO-DAY. Yale and Pennsylvania Meet on the Schuylkill River. . Philadelphia, April 3. Yale and Pennsylvania rowing crews will meet on the Schuylkill river late this after noon in the annual eight-oared shell races. The junior varsity will take the water first, followed immediately by the varsity event. The course is a mile and five-sixteenths. Of Agreement Providing for Increase of Fares to : Meet Wage Demands Toledo, O., April 3. This city is again without street car service for the fourth time in less than four years. Following refusal of the city council to ratify an agreement reached be tween Mayor Sehreiber and officials of the Toledo Railway & Light company, providing for au increase in fares to take care of the wage demands calling for a maximum of 60 cents an hour, the men voted to strike. All transportation ceased at 4 o'clock this morning, the cars being sent into the bnrns.' There will be no attempt to operate them with non-union men, of ficials of the company said. The strike will put the traction ques tion back into the jurisdiction of the United States district court. Judge Killits, who was responsible for res toration of service after the cars were taken into Michigan la6t November when an ouster ordinance was adopted by a vote of the people, is expected to take action to-day. More than 1,200 men are involved in the strike, which is participated in also by electrical workers and shopmen. The carmen have been receiving 42, 44 and 40 cents an hour. The working agree ment with the company expired on April 1. The scale agreed to by the ms'or and the company calls for 54, 50 and 60 cents. Fares were to be in creased from six cents and two cents for a transfer to seven cents and two cents. . f " t -!- , - h ( - Both the Turks and the Greeks Are Feeling Aggrieved TURKEY UNWILLING TO QUIT EUROPE And Greeks Do Not Want Adrianople Given to Bulgarians MISS NELLIE WILLIAMS North Dighton, Mass.' "Since a young girl, I have suffered with. Sick Headaches, and at times I was almost crazy with the pain. My mother tried everything she could hear of, yet she was never able to get Anything to do me any good. Six months ago, someone told me about 'Fruit-a-tives and I got a box and obtained much relief. Now I keep 'Fruit-a-tires In the bouse all the time ; in fact I would not be without them. I cannot speak too highly of 'Fruit-a-tives' as this is the one remedy that truly helped me. I am always glad to recommend Fruit-a-tives to anyone suffering with Headaches and hope that thoso who read about my experience will profit by it and try ,Fruita-tives,.,, Constantinople, April 3. President Wilson's note to the allies, intimating that the Turks must get out of Europe, came as a shock to all Turkish parties. Several brief dispatches asserting Mr. Wilson adhered to that position had been printed here under Paris and Lon don date lines, but until part of the actual text of the note appeared in lo cal newspapers Turks were unwilling to believe it. Mr. Wilson d note ap peared in a slightly censored form, which made the position of the United States seem harsher on the Turks than it appeared in the full text of the communication. The note was equally displeasing to the Greeks, who were much ononded at the American president's apparent un willingness to urant their claims to a large district about Smyrna, and his in sistence that Adrianople be given to the 'Bulgarians. Italians and French have both emphasized in the local press their friendliness in. working for the maintenance of the Turks in Constantinople. American business men here are ap- Miss NELLIE WILLIAMS, prehensive over the effect of the pres. JUt'lll H BlHNU aim mrns 19 ruiiniuciuuic uneasiness as to the effect it will have in Asiatic Turkey, where &00 American-born teachers and relief workers are considered to be in considerable danger if the protection of Turkish forces should be withdrawn. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVE3 limited, OGDEXSBURG, N. Y. RANDOLPH COW TEST. BRITISHER ARRESTED BY THE SERBIANS JOHN BURROUGHS, 83. BOLSHEVIKI REPULSED. They Attacked Polish Lines in Region of LepeL Warsaw, April 2. Russian bolshevik forces attacked the Polihh lines in the region of Lepcl, eat of Vilna and north of Borisov, on Thursday, but were re pulsed, according to an omYinl state ment issued by army headquarters here. There was the usual artillery fire on other fronts but little infantry fighting, it is said. BUYING SWISS EMBROIDERY. Americans Pnrchased Larger Amount in March Than February. Berne, Ajril X Exports of Swiss embroidery to America dvfing the nnth of March amounted to UVoo, (K francs, as against 0m),0iKJ in Feb ruary, and only d.lxtO.IXHI in March, litlft. Extraordinarily large orders were given by Americans at the recent fair held at leipsic, Uermany, their to tal aggregating about six million viarks, it is said here. Intimate Friends Called to Congratu late Him. Xew York. April 3. John Burroughs. dean of American nature writers, to day varied the quiet routine of his life at "Stabfides," on the Hudson near West Park, bv inviting a number of friends to help him observe his 8i)d birthday. Among those invited were Thomas A. Edison and Henry Ford. Other friends and admirers made a pilgrimage to his qftaint rustic home, uninvited, and offered their congratu lations. All were entertained in the democratic manner characteristic of the naturalist. Hundreds of letters and telegrams from admirers were received from all quarters of the country. BOMB WRECKED TRAIN. FEAR EASTER UPRISING. Army Troops on Duty Alonj All Roads Lcid.nc to Londonderry. London. April 3 Armed troops wrre n duty along all roads leading to Ixndonderry lat niijlit, motor cars were minutely marched and drivers bad to produce permits and declare their business v a Central News dispatch from Dublin. It is believed th.s military a t it t had something to do with rumors of an F-ater uprising. One Person Killed and Many Wounded Near Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, April 2. One person has been killed and many wounded in the wreck of a train on the govern-meht-owncd OntTal Northern railroad, the disaster being caused by the ex plosion of a bomb, according to dis patches from Santa F'e. The locomo tive and six fiiaihes were overturned. Tht r has bei-n a partial strike on this rd iff several months. Count De Salis Taken While Investi gating in Montenegro for the British Government. Paris, April 2. Count De Salis, for merly British minister to Montene gro and latterly on a special mission to the Vatican for the British gov ernment, has been arrested and impris oned by the Serbians while executing a mission of investigation into Monte negro for the British government. This information is contained in a declara tion made to King Nicholas of Monte negro, who is now in Paris, by the Montenegrin foreign minister. Count De Sailis' life has been in dan ger for a long time, according to this declaration, which prefaces the details of the incident by recalling Earl Cur zon's declaration "in the British House of Lords that the Montenegrins were anxious for a union with Serbia. Instead of demanding reparations, the declaration adds, the British for eign office suppressed the report of Count De Salis and continued to sup port the Serbian claims. The declara tion alleges his report was to the ef fect that, the Serbian army, which overran .Montenegro auer tne armi stice, terrorized the population. The reign of terror still continues, savs the declaration, which, after de claring that wherever Serbian troops j appear, the occupation is louowcu vy pillage, incendiarism and massacre, gives details. In conclusion the complaint is made in the declaration that "Europe knows what is happening to Montenegro but remains indifferent," and that Presi dent Wilson, "the great champion of small nations, persistently turns a deaf ear." Breeds and Record of Cows for Month of March. Lbs. Lbs. Owner. Jackson k Willcox A. C. Lamson .... A. C. Lamson .... A. C. Lamson .... Kred L. Flint .... ,T. S. Maloney Thorn. Connolly . . Thorn. Connolly . . K. J. Plumley ... J. P. Sprague ... J. P. Sprague J. P. Sprague J. P. Sprague Oscar C. Lamson . Oscar C Lamson . , Breed. Milk. B'Cf t. fl.H. (J.J. O. J. (i.J. (i. J. (i.A. O.J. ;. j. (in. o. j. Pv.H. R.H. OH. an. O.J. 033 1,043 1,010 1.043 tiStl 778 842 tilW 1,092 0U2 1,5.31 1.4 US 1..W3 918 1.043 41.1 41.7 54 0 53.2 43.0 40.5 42.1 41.4 41.5 40.8 47.4 40.5 55.5 47.7 48.0 TURKS OCCUPY ADA-BAZAR you must keep your stomach well, your liver active, your bowels regular and blood pure. If you get up in the morning tired; if you get exhausted with the slightest exertion you can depend upon it that your liver is torpid and needs waking up. A few doses of SEVEN BARKS, nature's great remedy, will "wake up" that lazy liver, and make you feel like new. If your liver has been overworked, it would cause your whole system to fill up with acids and poisons that would make you feel weak, tired out and sick. Vou can easily remove the acids and poigons from your system by taking from 10 to 20 drops of SEVEN BARKS in a little water after meals. It will keep your bowels moving nat urally every day, cleanse your system thoroughly'climinate undigested food, and bring you back to active and nor mal health again. SEVEN BARKS is nature's remedy, made from the etxracts of roots and herbs, and has stood the test for many, many years, and will certainly give yoir a feeling of new life and vigor. To feel fresh and fit for your daily dutieg, you must keep your stomach and liver active and bowels regular. To get and keep well ask your drug gist for SEVEN BARKS. If he is out of it, he will get 'it for you. Accept no substitute. Price 00 cents. Adv. FERRY LINES OPERATING But Traffic in New York Harbor Still Curtailed. Xew York, April 3. Traffic in New York harbor was still curtailed to-day by the strike of harbor employes, but the ferry lines, except those of the Erie and West Shore railroads, were operating on virtually normal sched ules. Railroad officials claimed that, while many tugs, lighters and barges were out of service, all danger of inter ruption of the food and coal supplies had been averted. I'n ion officials reasserted that the harbor would be tied up before night fall, claiming that a misunderstanding in orders yesterday had prevented all the workers from joining the strike, j Who Said Summer Underwear ? Almost time to don the light-weight undergarments. With most of us the time is a happy one; especially if the underwear has comfort and fit. The kinds we have for your wear this summer are varied enough to suit every taste, and the quality and val ues are unusual. Look over your supply of light-weight underwear and let us supply what is needed. Open Monday; evenings until 8:30 Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street Tel. 275-M r A Town Directly East of Constanti nople, Say Report to London. London, April 3. Ada-Bazar, a town directly east of Constantinople and 23 miles from Ismid, the British port of entry in western Asia Minor, was oc cupied by Turkish nationalist troops on Tuesday, according to a Constanti nople dispatch to the Exchange Tele graph company. Walter II. Wheatley, official tester. AMERICAN FELLOWSHIPS. One Yale and One Harvard Man An nounced in S3 Awards. New York, April 3. The Society for American Fellowships in French Uni versities announced to-day 53 awards of fellowships for the academic year of 11)111, including Summerlield Baldwin, jr., of Harvard; Henry Carter, Yale, and Helene Harvitt, Barnard. Radicals Win in Argentina. Buenos Aires, April 3. Canvass of the votes cast in the recent Argentine election shows that out of 158 seats in the next Congress, which will convene in May, radicals will hold at least 102. The count is now completed with the exception of one province, where only one seat is involved. Conservatives and Democrats, who were allied in the cam paign, will have 45 seats and the So cialists 10. IF MOTHERS ONLY KNEW Thousands of Oiilrfrm Suffer from Worms and Their Mothers D Net Know What th Traabl Is. Sians of worms are: Corutipotion, tour ttomsch. deranged stomach, swollen upper Hp, ofTentiv breath, hard n I full belly with occasional fripina and paint about th naval, pale far of leaden tint, eyea heavy and dull, twitrhinf eyelids, itching of the note, iuhinc of the rectum, short dry couch, arindina of the teeth, Mttlo red point sticking- out on the tongue, iterting during sleep, slow fever. Mm. H. N. Roberts. 02 A.ylum street. Flint, Mich., ueed Pr. True's Eliir for her c OLDS Head or chest' are best treated ''externally" with VICRS'VAPORUl eYOUR BsJOYGWABO" - iQ'. 60SI 23 KO REJTCNCIATIOX Of the Plan t Annex Fiume t Italy By Formuvf Independent Slate, Triest. April i. 1 tl! hnn-r.t rf Fimre as an independent state would lot tneaa tKe rtmiiK .f annexa tion to ra;r. errt;r!g tn a deriara t made h the chief rf t apta.a t.a rn'ie d Atsnunio's cabinet. T Hejl a Cocti Isle HAYES" HEALLVi UOXEY. 55c - Adv. CUTICURA HEALS SCALESON SCALP ItcbedandDandrnff Scaled Off On Clothing. "My ecalp was covered with white scales that were m large piece. I was a i named to be seen without Try head cov ered. My ecalp was very S '4 sore and red, and itched X. J great deal which trade V"V me scratch. The dsn-t-V-X droffaealedefTandeoiild i be seen on my clothirg. "Then I used Cutjcura Soap and Ointment, and two carra of Soap and one box cf Ointmer.; rraleJ roe. tS cned) David Orren- f.cii, 7i Ferry be, Sp icefield. Km. Cuticora Soep, Oirrtment acd Til- cura sue virX fur t..j totet use. CWi Wfc S I - I r- rrvir ten eha was sick. M re. Dr. t. V. True Co.: cured of her worm." letter wrote: "Baby ia little baby sir) Roberta wrote to My little air! i And in a later fne and I think It wa your medicine frp True's Elixir. The Family Laxative and Worm Epeller that helped her.' Jf j .me child ia ilL start riving Dr. True Elixir at one Buy Dr. Truee Elixir at your dealers at onca. Threa elxea. Adv. Three of a Kind One 1919 Indian electric equipped, guaranteed in per fect running order, $273 cash, 10 per cent additional if sold on time. One 1916 Indian $175 cash. One 1916 Indian $200 cash, new com plete motor. Come in and look them over. A. M. FLANDERS 307 N. Main St. VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and oric add j troubles are most dangerous be- cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for the; disorders, will often ward off thee die- ease and strenirthen the body against 1 1 lunasr attacKS. i nree sixes, an aruggwm. i Leak far ta. aas. Cold Madal ea eary Urn ' aaa aecapt na imitetwrn j I Easter Specials OS Fruit, Candy and Vegetables Fresh Vegetables FRESH CELERV, 'VCtMBERS. A" PARAM S. RADISHES, I KTTl ( E AND STKAWRERRIEH BY EXPRESS. PRICES KICUT. Fruit GRAPEFRUIT. f for 1 5c. S far ISc. 1 far lit CALIFORNIA AND FLORIDA OR- AMiF.ll, full af iuira and ewect. per doten 4tc and ap FIOOD ORANGES, aoxen itr TAM;eRI.N8, per dozen -...etc I FMONS, per ducea etc BI I.K DATES, per lb lie 8MVRVA Filial, lb etc fXl'STFR TABLE RAISINS, lb pk. e BANANAS, dote Jc. etc. Sec Candy SPECIAL PRICES ON OCR CANDY FOR EASTER, fane aaiea or in talk. Brkraffl'e and Lovcll a lorei'e are the ket fherelatea made. We here thee. .NEW MAPLE HI CAR DAILY. Geod delivered free fcatardar. TEL. n Barre Fruit Co. Geerre Maniatty. I WHY DID TIRES ADVANCE 15 to 35 Per Cent Because of Fabric and Labor Crude rubber is as plentiful and cheap as it ever was. Very few people realize what the FABRIC situation is. There have been strikes in most all of the mills and the manufacturers had to grant a large increase in wages and were also put way be hind in deliveries. They have more orders for FABRIC than they can deliver and the Tire Manufacturer is at their mercy, as he has to buy at the market price, with no protection. Because of conditions it is not improbable that TIRES MAY ADVANCE AGAIN IN JUNE. We have an unusual proposition to offer you on the new EMPIRE TIRES, as we are DISTRIBUTORS. They are not seconds, or a cheap-first tire, but an Al Standard Tire. A manufacturer can put a good laver of rubber over a couple of layers of cheap FABRIC or BURLAP, call them FIRSTS, brand them with a name and number, and put them out for a price. Rubber is cheap and anyone can make a good-looking tread. The Empire Company is too old a company and has too much at stake to attempt to do this, and even if they did we make all adjustments, and if we had to replace every tire it would not be profitable for them. EMPIRE TIRES are ADJUSTED on a basis of 6,000 MILES for the FABRIC and 8,000 MILES for the CORD. We can show you sections of these tires and also tubes which we offer you, and . . we want you to show us any tire you can buy in BOSTON or anywhere else where at a price thev will do thi3. They can't because they are selling a PRICE TIRE at a PRICE and not a QUALITY TIRE at a PRICE, as we are. If you do not need a tire at once, let us book your order for future delivery so you can take advantage of our present prices. We will hold tires for delivery as late as June first. Any time you are in Burlington we can show you the tire and section. Look over our prices and remember these things in comparing with other prices: FIRST We offer a First Quality Tire Guaranteed for 6,000 miles in Fabric and 8,000 Jliles in Cords. SECOND It is a Standard Tire and put out under the company's own name and not under some other name. THIRD All adjustments are made in Burlington to your satisfaction, thus sav ing any express charges which would be incurred if tire was sent to factory, and also saving time for you. FOURTH We are not in Boston or some distant city, but right here near your home, and you can come in and look at the tire and we will absolutely stand back of it. II I V I I Nice Fresh Things for Easter us CELERY. LETTVCE JUST RFI EIVEP A LARi.F SHIP MENT OF EXTRA e-ANCY Pl'NKIST IRANbEd Very wct and ivir. .etc per dai. and as FMiRIDA ORANGES, doe. . ;ar KING ORANf.FS I fit Ik FANCY LARGE SIZE LEMONS, per 4nm c WINE SAP APPtFS. da. . Mr, Sec INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT. I f . r Or. Itr cere, t far IV I PI FNTY Mi E RIPE BANANAS, ALSO j RED BANANAS I HI I K DATE? fee eterdar. . ..lie I SMYRNA FI;S. per B. lee j A Fl LI. LIN y OF Nl T al HrM prlca i PEANlrS FFFH RATFD Dili V ' j Al A FRF'H IINE OF BK,H. I .RME CANI.Y. THE APPROVED i HIGHEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICES E. J. MARCHETTI (taca He Det Svaara ED CARS One 1920 Ford Touring Car One 1916 Dodge Touring Car One 1919 Dodge Touring Car Two 1916 Fords One 1917 Buick Roadster One 1918 Ford Touring Car One 1916 Overland Touring Car One 1916 Maxwell Touring Car These cars are going to be sold at once, in order to make room for new models. H. F. CUTLER & SON Opp. Fire Station Telephones: Salesroom, 750; Sen ice Station, 633-M Fabric, Non-Skid 30x3 14.33 S0x3'2 17.00 31x4 25.50 32x4 26.20 33x4 27.30 34x4 23.10 34x412 33.10 32x414 36.00 33x4t2 37.10 33x4 i 39.83 36x4V2 40.40 35x5 46.45 37x5 49.30 Note These Prices Cord, Non-Skid Gray Tubes 32x3t2 32.25 30x3 1.85 c.9v . infi- 30x3 Vs 2.10 -x v,,,u,w 32x3 2.50 33x4 41.45 31x4. T 3.00 34x4 42.40 32x4 3.10 .-,- 33x4 3.25 32x41,4 4..2., 34x4 3M 33x41 46.85 32x41 4.20 34x4.4 47.60 ' f. 33x414 48.70 3ix4ij 4.35 36x4i2 50.00 36x41,4 4.45 0 tn 33x5 4.75 ",xo 4'm 35x5 5.10 37x5 63.50 37x5 5.35 Non-Guaranteed Tires These Tires, while extremely low in price, are hand picked and are dandies, and are all non-skid. 30x3 10.90 30x3i2 13.50 30x314 13.95 31x4 21.75 32x31 32x4 22.10 33x4 23.25 34x4 21.23 Spark Plugs at 60c EXTRA SPECIAL We are offering up to April 13, Champion X Tlugs at 60 cents each delivered parcel post, regular price 90 cents. The Jar vis Palace Garage GEO. D. JARVIS & SON, Owners 7-15 South Winooski Aenue Rurlington, Vermont 1