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And 'Four of Them Are
drying Out for Pitch
er's Position
There Are Several Teams
of College Men on the
Goddard seminary's baseball season
has all indication of being an exceed
ingly good one, as the 30 or more can
didates who turned out yesterday and
the day before for batting practice had
some excellent team material. The
pitching staff, always the backbone of
such an organization, will undoubtedly
be the strongest in years, with four
first -class men, one a soutnpaw, com
petlnar for a place on the list as a
In this group is included Americo
Poll!, the Barre lad who for the past
three years has built the foundation
for a good record with the Spaulding
high school team, and then gained the
title of the "Boy Wonder" pitching
with the Granitcville A. C., which met
many teams composed of much expe
rienced players. During his work last
summer Polli pitched several no-hit
games and though Coach Robert Leah
ey has not seen him work in a game,
his high recommendation from BarVe
players convinces him, after seeing him
warm up once or twice, that he has at
least one good bet.
Practically all the candidates are ex
perienced players, either with the team
last year or "have had experience with
other school teams, so the matter of
. getting down to stiff practice will be
delayed only by the weather and dia
mond conditions.
The schedule as far as completed is
a follows:
April 28 Fort Ethan Allen at Barre.
May 1 U. V. M. seconds at Barre.
1 May 6 Exeter academy at Exeter,
N. H.
May 6 Tufts college seconds at Boa
ton. May 7 Holy Cross seconds, Worces
ter, Mass.
May 8 Dean academy at Franklin,
May 10 Cushing academy at Ash
btirnham, Mass.
May 12 St. Michael's college at
May 15 Norwich university seconds
at isorthneld.
May 1! Dartmouth freshmen at
Hanover, N. li.
May 22 St. Michael's college at Wi
nooski. May 26 In doubt as to a return
game with U. V. M. seconds at Bur
lington. May 31 Dean academy of Franklin,
Mass., at Barre.
There remain a few open dates from
June 1 to 12, when the regular sessions
o school are suspended for the summer
It will be noted in the above sched
ule that several contests with college
teams are included in this season's
games, all of which will be interesting
to baseball fans of this vicinity.
Rest a Bit, Eat Slowly, Then Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla.
In this way you will avoid indiges
tion, your stomach will feel tonic ef
fect, and in a short time you will have
better appetite.more digestive strength,
better assimilation, and will find your
"food tastes good."
One grateful woman writes: "I
earnestly recommend all women who
wish to be made new, or who are
troubled with that tired feeling, to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla. It wonder
fully relieved me of sour stomach,
distress and belching.
A well-known justice of the peace in
Indiana says Hood's Sarsaparilla made
"food taste good," as after taking three
bottles he can now eat three hearty
meals a day, works hard and sleeps
sound. Doesn't this appeal to you to
eat well, work hard and sleep well?
Then get Hood's Sarsaparilla. As a
gentle laxative, Hood's Pills help
greatly. Adv.
Latter Repeatedly Refused
to Sanction Advance of
the French Troops
likely to Arise
Former Giant Was Unconditionally Re
leased by St Louis
St. Louis, Mo., April 10. The un
conditional release of Fkcher Leon
Ames, 'formerly a member of the New
York and Philadelphia National league
clubs, was announced to-day by the
St. Louis Nationals.
British Govt, Is to Exact a
Promise from France to
Conform With Allies
One of the Cutting Will Play Jay
Gould, Tennis Champion.
New York, April 10. Two brothers,
C. Suydam Cutting and Ik Fulton Cut
ting, both of New York, were oppo
nents in the final of the national ama
tcur court tennis championship tourna
ment here to-day. The winner will
play Jay Gould, the titleholder, in the
challenge round Monday.
And He Is Going to Run for President
of Nicaragua.
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, April
9. Diego Manuel Chamorro, Nicara
guan minister to the United States,
arrived at Corinto yesterday and in a
short address announced he was a can
didate for the presidency. His friends
asked the president for a special train
to take him to Managua, but the re
quest was refused.
London, April 10. Declarations that
the allies repeatedly declined to sanc
tion the advance of French troops east
of the Rhine and that statements by
Premier MilleranS and other French
ministers had given the impression
that the country would abstain from
single-handed action against Germany
are contained in the note outlining the
British attitude sent to Paris, says the
London Times. I
Emphasis is laid on the fact that
the grave problems in connection with
the execution of the Versailles treaty
may arise in the future, it is said, and
it is assumed that "France will not act
on her own initiative, otherwise the
work of the peace conference may be
come futile."
Reports from Paris thai France was
told that the earl of Derby would be
instructed not to participate in the
conference of ambassadors in Paris, un
til France had given assurance that she
would in future act in concert with the
allies are confirmed by the Times.
The newspaper says it ha learned
that French African troops, which orig
inally occupied Frankfort have been
replaced by European forces. It is es
plained that the Africans were used
only because they were nearest Frank
fort and with a view to taking swift
The texts of the British note and the
reply of France, which is understood to
have been received by her ambassador,
Paul Cambon, yesterday, have not been
made public, nor is there any official
intimation of the tenor of the two
nocuments oeyona wnat may ne in
ferred from inspired statements given
out here.
On. Box of 'rainT.A.TTVES' or
r:. i T.ui.." a ..-it d.i:.c
Passing Train Struck Pack
age Piled on Truck
at Providence
TAT TfXinWM ard bo"ght the property of Mr. 'Ellis.
XMU1 JVINUWiN c. II. Lampman, who has been in
Miss Florence Bean; of Jefferson, X.
II., and Miss Rose Bean of Washing
ton, N. II., who have been spending
the week with their sister, Mrs. W.
O. Clifford of Barnes avenue, returned
home Friday.
Fred Kenney, formerly of White Riv
er Junction, but now residing in St.
Johnsbury, called on old neighbors and
friends in town Friday.
E, J. Johnson of the Antique store
was in Orford, N. H., Friday.
F. W. Leonard of Barnes avenue
has bought the William Fellows house
and lot on Maple street and expects
to take possession May 1. Mr. Leon-
March 30 was the 61st wedding an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Rus
sell of East Hardwiek and also was
Mrs. Russell's 78th birthdtv.
Quaker Quips.
We never realize what some men
have in them until the post-mortem is
Even when people make a cloak of
their religion it doesn t always keep
them warm.
If the wish is father to the thought,
would you say it's a wise thought that
knows its own father.
You never can tell. Lots of sym
pathy Is wasted on the poor that might
be needed by the rich.
Some people are so easily pleased
that it's no trick at all for them to be
pleased with themselves.
Nothing pleases the henpecked hus
band so much as to see his wife in the
hands of her dressmaker.
. It's all right to guard your field of
usefulness, but H isn't necessary to put
a, barbed wire fenco around it.
Xo, Maude, dear; to make an im
pression on a young man it isnt nec
essary to pick out one who is inclined
to be soft.
Ana joints uut Her uwn rate as
Warning of What France
May Expect
Berlin, April 10. Great Britain's dis
approval of the action of France in oc
cupying cities in the neutral zone east
of the Rhine is hailed by newspapers
here with moderate expressions of saU
"France is in the thrall of chauvin
ism and militarism," says the Vor
waerts, "which, as Germany's fate has
shown, leads nations inevitably to per
dition. It is essential that Germany
seek to live in agreement with he'r
neighbors, and it is the duty of French
socialists to see that the ground for
this understanding be prepared. An in
ternational crisis can be avoided only
by the league of nations becoming a
reality and taking a hand in the solu
Hon. .
Old Chatham, Columbia "Co., N, Y,
"I was bothered with Constipation,
Liver Trouble and Indigestion for
three years ; and tried all kinds of
medicine with no relief.
I was so bad I would have a dull,
heavy feeling in the pit of my
stomach ; generally about three or
four hours after eating.
I Raw advertised in the "Troy Times"
Fruit-a-tires and sent to R. W.
Seymour's drug store In Chatham
and bought two 50c. boxes. Before
I bad finished one box, I was relieved
and now bava no more trouble. I
can eat anything I desire.
I would advise anyone in the sama
condition as I was, to take 'Fruit
stives'; ltlsaGod-send,andI would
not be without 'Fruit-a-tives' in tba
50c. box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c.
At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVE3
Limited, OGDEXSBURG, N. Y.
.Detroit, Mien., this winter, was a
guest at the home of his sister, Mrs.
E. W. Ring, Thursday.
L. A. Perkins of the II. A. Perkins
company was in Burlington Thursday.
Mr. Penny, cattle tester, whose head
quarters are in White River Junction,
was in the vicinity of South Randolph
th'f weplr t.tattntr oafi.la ttr titwiroiiln.
Providence, R. I., April 10. The ex- 8ig, He tested J. C Green's herd and
plosion of an express package in the I pronounced them all free from the dis
union station earlv to-Hv tniured I ease.
Two Men Taken to a Hos
pital and Another
Sent Home
three baggage handlers, wrecked the
platform of an express car and blew
several windows out of the New York, j
New Haven & Hartford railroad office
building. None of the men was hurt
seriously. Two of them were taken to
a hospital and the other to his home.
Miss Jessie Blanchard of White Riv
er Junction was in Montpelier the first
of the week, calling on friends.
Master Reed LeBourveau, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles LeBourveau, was
a recent guest of Walter Durkee of
South Royalton.
.airs, vmiiam Cleveland, wno runs a
The package was one of many piled I private boarding house on Church
on a truck ready to be loaded on an I street, leu in Iront or the Vermont
express car. A passing train struck the I Baking company plant Friday morning
end of it and caused the explosion. The
police said a hasty investigation failed
to show what the package had con
The Randolph Wom-an'i Literary J Aeme
IllK its annual niaatinA at 4 t I '
ana Drone one leg ana hip. fine was
taken to the Mary Hitchcock hospital,
Hanover. Mrs. Cleveland is in a seri
ous condition.
Myrtle lodge, No. 27, 1. O. O. F., has
accepted an invitation to visit Good
Samaritan lodge of Hanover April 15
for the purpose of working the second
is the direct cause of nearly all the
ailments that afflict the human sys
tem, make life a burden Instead of
a pleasure, and bhorten the lives of
SEVEN BARKS, composed of the
extracts of leaves, roots and herbs, has
been the most efficient remedy for the
quick relief of indigestion and all stom
ach and liver troubles for nearly half
a century,
SEVEN BARKS, is a highly concen
trated, purely vegetable compound,
lis vine a specific action on the stom
ach, liver and kidneys, It promotes
healthy action of the organs of diges
tion, and eradicates all impurities from
the system, enriches the blood, and
thus imparts health and tone to every
part of the body.
We wish we had the space to publish j
the testimonials voluntarily given
which proves without doubt that
SEVEN BARKS possesses curative and
strengthening properties not found in .
many other medicines. j
Get at the root of your Indigestion
and Constipation by driving all poisons ;
and impurities out of your system for j
good. SEVEN BARKS has been sue- i
cessful in doing this for over half a
century. No matter how chronic or
helpless is your case, you can get quick
relief by taking this great remedy.
If vou want to enjoy life, and have
. 1. t 1 1. t . ' T " I " Tt t !l r ' L' I
IIIB glOW OI lltfHll.Il, JfCfc V llfllWLil
of your druggist. Costs but CO cents
per bottle. Adv.
JI.MjJlii lis'ifliili'ffl
By Central Powers Over the Dissension
Among the Allies Hop Expressed
That France Will Be Isolated.
Vienna. April 10. Satisfaction over
dispatches telling of dissension be
tween Great Britain and France rela
tive to the action of the latter in send
ing troops into German cities esst of
the Rhine is not concealed bv Vienna
newspapers, which express the hope
that France will be isolated.
The financial position of France, as
shown by a recent speech by her min
ister of finance, is commented. upon by
the Abendblatt, which says her plight
has grown worse by a new drop in the
value of the franc, while the German
mark has risen.
On the Situation Relative to Advance
of the French East of
the Shine.
raris, April 10 (Havas). Conversa
tions between the allies relative to the
French advance east of the Rhine may
be completed in time, to allow Premier
Millerand to make a statement on the
situation in the Chamber of Deputies
on Monday, according to the retit
Bui in thi
l.fr.v 'Run.
GOODRICH on an Inner
Tube; means .the. same as
Goodrich on a Silvertown Cord
Goodrich Red Inner Tubes have
all the power and endurance and
long life that Goodrich knows
how to put into rubber.
t4 2. F. GoeJrick Tulber Compnr, Jtrtm, Chi
tlfslm el tlx SitvrnTC-vo &ri 7
In Order to Participate in the Confer
ence of Allied Premiers Will
Make the Trip by Set.
London, April 10. Premier Llovd
George leaves for the conference of al
lied premiers at San Remo, Italy, this
afternoon. He will make the trip bv
sea, according to a statement issued
In Downing street. Announcement was
made thsA no conference of allied rep
resentatives for a discussion of the
Franco-German situation was expect
ed here to-day.
club held its annual meeting at the
home of the president, Mrs. J. P. Gif-
ford, on Saturday, April 3. Following
the business the officers were elected
as follows: President, Mrs. J. P. Gif-
ford; vice-president, Mrs. II. A. Leon
ard; secretary, Mrs. Myrtis Chamher
lin; treasurer. Miss Annie Walsh;
program committee, Mrs. F. H. Joslyn,
Mrs. C. C. Morse, Mrs. W. W. Morton,
Mrs. E. W. Tewksbury, Mrs. E. G.
Ham; flower committee, Mrs. E. S.
Tracy, Mrs. H. L. Flint. The subject
of joining the state federation was
brought up and discussed, but was
finally postponed for decision till a lat
er date.
The Woman's Relief corps held a
very enjoyable meeting on Thursday
evening at their hall, the occasion be
ing the celebration of birthdays of the
members. A fine supper was served at
the usual hour, and then the company
was invited to the main hall, where
there was given an interesting pro
gram, which consisted of the singing
of "America ; " recitation by Miss Coop
er; readings by Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs.
Cora Bobbins, Miss Carrie Liilie, Mu
sic by the choir or musical members
consisting of "An Ode to Vermont."
Music from the victrola ali added
much to the pleasure of all guest and
friends. The "Star Spangled Banner"
was the closing number. Mrs. F. H.
Ketchum then advanced to the center
of the hall bearing a box, and pre
sented to Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.
Noakes a wedding present, to which
response was made by Mr. Noakes.
When the victrola waa heard in the
strain of "Here Comes the Bride," a
wedding couple entered, Geraldine and
George Smith, six and four years,
dressed in becoming bridal attire,
drawing a small wagon, decorated with
the national colors, and filled with
packages to overflowing. They took
their march up the center of the hall
to the head, where was seated Miss
Vernie Dumas, where they halted.
Miss Dumas was gTeatly surprised,
but finslly seated the bridal couple, and
she was requested to march around the
hall with her wason. This was the
work and gifts of the W. R. C, who
On Tuesday, March 30, the Submit
Wheatley chapter of the D. A. R. met
at the home of Mrs. Robert Lawrence,
when her brother, Byron Clark, secre
tary of the Vermont Y. JL C. A., gave
a very interesting talk on "Home Life
of the French People," as he saw it
during his stay in France. Following
the address came the social hour, when
dainty refreshments were served by
the hostesses of the day, Mrs. Law
rence, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Kimball.
Ellis Reeves has purchased the
Charles Ban-aby place at the corner
of Maple street and Highland avenue,
recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have
moved into the house vacated by Mr.
Reeves. This sale took place in West
Uebanon. i
G. Milan Smith, formerly of White I
River Junction and a soldier of the
World war, who is a clerk in the Chel
sea National bank, was a recent visit
or in town.
M. H. Degnan of the Junction house
office was a recent visitor at his for
mer home in Nashua, N. H.
Mrs. (ieorge W. Burns has returned
from Montpelier, where she was a pa
tient at Heaton hospiul.
J. A. Sanborn of Wilder is suffering
from blood poisoning in his hand.
Lester Roberts, a student at the Uni
versity of Vermont, Burlington, spent
his Earner vacation at the home of his
parents in Wilder.
The magnificent library dek and
chair, which have been added to the
stock room of Gates Memorial library'
bv the Loyal club of this place, cost
$:i00, instead of $.10, as stated in I
Thursday's Times.
Mrs. Pearl Louge of Norwich has re
turned to her work at White River
Mis Doris Paul, a student in the
Eastman college in Poughkeepsie, N.
Y., is spending a short vacation at the
home of her parents in Wilder.
Miss Lillian Palmer has returned
from the Mary Hktchcock hospital in
Hanover, where she had spent some
time, taking treatment. Miss Palmer!
lias resumed her duties in the office
Itched and Burned. Could
Not Sleep. Cub'cnra Heals.
"I have bad salt rheum on my
hands for years. The palms of my
hands would become in
flamed breaking out with
small water blisters which
itched and burned to I
could not sleep. I could
not put my hands in
wster. I suffered terribly.
"I sent for a sample of
Cuticura and it helped me. Then I
bought more and I used one cake of
Soap and one box of Ointment when
I was healed." (Signed) Mrs. George
S. Dority, Mariaville, Me.J
Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment and
Talcum for all toilet purposes.
SmbtH tk m Milt Aditrwa doc t-rrd !
"Cauctr. Dept. a, Boatos. Soi4 evarywhora.
Imp 3Sc Ou.unent ti uul S3c Tainux 26c
Are you all ready to
step into spring with
the proper headwear
when spring finally
One of the first
things to think about
is your hat. It can
make or mar your
A Guyer or a Stetson
hat will go a long
way toward making
your appeara nee
what you would have
it. The style is there.
The values are there,
too. No profiteering
on these makes.
Open Monday even
ing till 8:30
Moore &
Combination Insurance
with agents in every city
Gives automobile owners complete
presented this in anticipation of her of the International Paper company of
- ; : . :-l 1 I VVtMd.
tnnrnirn iu marriKsre. j outi iwur
nora, who are employed at the Dew- I protection against loss by:
ey s mills, are spending a few days
vacation at their home in North Mont- j
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
George Spaulding of Quechee last Mon- (
The people of the community and!
members' of the congregation of the
Congregational church of West Leba
non, who have had the pleasure of
meeting and hearing Mr. Punnington
during his brief stav as pastor of the
church, learned with regret -that Easter
was the last Sunday he would be pres
ent in the pulpit, as he has reoentlv ac
cepted a pastorate in a church in fcast
Boston. Mr. Dunninirton will reiturn,
however, to preach the baccalaureate j
sermon in June. j Lobanon Fridav evening to attend
LIABILITY for Personal Injuries
LIABILITY for Damage to Property
COLLISION Damage to Automobile
FIRE, Lightning, Explosion,
Water Damage
THEFT, Cyclone, Tornado,
LOSS OF USE of Auto during
J. W. DILLON, "Agent
'Phone 34-R Barre, Vermont
followed, when
all were happy and
Eunice R. Box ton, Rutland, and Frank
W. Patterson Married April a.
Rutland, April 10. Miss Kunire R.
Buxton of this ritv and Frank V
Patterson of Brook Held were married
Thursday momine at 11 o'clock at the
borne of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Granger
on Crescent street, the latter being a
sister of the bride. Rev. (leore A.
Buttrick, pastor of the Congregational
church, performed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. 1'atterson left that
afternoon on a short wedding trip.
They will make their home in Brook-
Noted Author at Middlebary School of
Dr. Collins has made the importsnt
announcement that Mrs. Grace Hasard
Conklin. assistant professor of English
at fmith college, has avepted an ap
pointment as instructor in the hriplnh
school which Middlebury collejre will
conduct at Bread Loaf next summer.
Mrs. Conklin is a poetes of no little
repntation. a personal friend of the
more prominent American pots upon
whose works she has lectured manv
times. She is deservedly popuiar at
Smith college, an inpiring teachtr.
ith a di-lijrhtful personality. Her
coum in contemporary literature and
in Bromning have been partK-uIsrly
nv.tul. Mr conneciinn Win tse
Middlebury School of English i sure to
rroate a favorable imrrion through
out New England and beyond.
Mrs. Conklin? work tn the Fntlish
school consist of a crtur.e in the -Principles
of Poetics" and one In "Creative
WriCrf." She is particu'arly interested J
n people wnn imir, or wno wini to
rit. snd her own mm and skill
ill rrnve stimulating to thoe ho
rv.rM Intent literary ability.
Mr. tonklin hs a new bor.k nf
poeftis to be publi.hed by Henry Holt
durirc the prcnt wioti'h. In addition
to her hooks of poetry, she Wi con
tr,butd. during the pst to rsr,
v.r and artcle tt tb ''r l-
ijw, - outcinporary I , 1 he
fVtitury Mcsre. R tr. Trsn-
cnfit, "H'cr". EvfryK.ly,"
T"ft Tou.-Mown." "Th At !
MonikiT." " Youth," "Ntvh Amrrrtaa
r.eie" and tt.art Set."
Miss Lncile Oant was surprised on
entering the dining hall of the inn
one evening this week to find seated at
one tahle eleven of her gin friends.
this being her birthday anniversary.
A five-course dinner was served, and an
elaborate birthday cake also was pre
sented. After the dinner, Miss Grant
incited the company to her home for
the evening, where they were enter
tained with cards and refreshments.
Everett Stone from Stratford. N. IT.,
has besrun work in the store of R. J.
Mitchell and has rented the upper tene
ment in Francis Woodsrd's house on
Si'hool street.
Mrs. (Ieorge Fsrr Is passing the
week with Mr. Fair's mother, Mrs.
Henrv Farr.
Mrs. V.. D. Strong has returned from
a several weeks' stav in Daytona, Fla-
and is again located in her home here.
Ira Carpenter of Brookfield has been
the guest of bts daughter, .Mrs. u. vv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Emeron of Lew-
iston, Me., have been with their mother,
Mrs. J. D. AlHen, at the home of A. J.
Curtis, for the last week.
Coal Figure.
The I nited States contains more
than one-half of the worlds total
known supply of coal. Though this
countrv has 'onlv 8 per cent of the
world's population, we produce annual
ly 46 per rent of all the coal that is
taken out of the irmuna.
Last rear we dug 7iiO,00.XiO tons of
coal. If this quantity, representing
the output of a single twelvemonth.
were used at construction material, it
would build a wall as huge a the
great wall of China around every
boundary of the United States, from
Maine to Vancouver, down the Pacific
to San Diego, thence eastward, folios
ing the Mexican border, and by way of
Florida to the northeast corner of
Maine again. Iliiladelpbia Public Ledger-
Waking Device.
-Ah." said the head clerk. 'I'm t'ad
to notice that you're arriving puac
tusllv now, Mr." Slocoir.be.""
"Ve. sir. I've bought a rsrrot
"A parrot? What on earth for? I
toid you to get sn a'arm rlork."
-Ye. I did. But after a day or two
I got used to tt. and it didn't wake sne.
So I got the parrot, and when I go
to bed I fix the alarm ci.-V. and rut
the parrot's care on top of it. When
the alarm clork goe ft it trt1c the
parrot, and bat Ihst hiri srmi'd
asks up anjhoifT." Lof4-m ltd Hi's.
The S?t Ltfht.
-Fame fs its d.-J a r4
tie jt. loTf br.
Frank Clough of Quechee is spending
a few days in Northfteld.
A daugWr was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Austin Tuesday.
Miss Jennie Currier and sister, El-
The Woodstock railroad run its first
train over the Toad, since the washout,
on Friday morning.
Lawrence Garrity of Wilder has
moved into the tenement recently va
cated by Harold Perry at Mrs. Bey
erle's in West Lebanon.
Mrs. Addie Struck of West Lebanon
is nursing in the family of Mr. Spauld
ing at Dewey's Mills.
C. E. Wood of West Ihanon was at
Dewey's Mills all the week on account
of the big washout on the Woodstock
A number of Masons from itown were
a special communication ot rranknn
lodge, F. and A. M. The Master Ma--son
degree was worked on a class of
three candidates and refreshments of
maple syrup, homemade doughnut-1,
rolls and coffee were served.
A. V. S. government aeroplane and
an International Aircraft corporation
plane are to fly to Burlington
from Boston in about 10 days, leaving
Boston at the same time. At Burling
ton, 4IK) gallons of high-test gaso
line mut be provided for the return
trip. -
"I -'si.l
train: "tt never It c-r rd tor I
t's V a B '' 1 raa r;-U
Whenever you want to paint
anything, ask us:
"Which Du Pont Paint V
Make no difference vhat it Is prrhapfl It the hoae
Itself, or perhaps it cnamrl to brighten up the range in
the kitchen or mavhe it's the haby'a carriage, but what
ever It is there a Du Pont Taint that's made Juat for
that use and have it here.
Te have a FULL line of Du Tont Taints, and we'll stale
our rrputalion with you that they're the best of the 400
males of paints in this country. Certainly they ought
to be for Du Tont has been In business for over a hundred
years and baa always been associated with the biggest
and best enterprises in the country.
See us when you think of painting anything and ask
us Whkli Dii Tout paint?' It will be the best there is.
Alexander & Co.
16 Depot Square, Barre, Vt.

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