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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, ATRlti 88, -1020.
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Dajton, Oto There's a Satisfied User Near You MORETOWN N0RTI1F1ELD Tlicrr were no serviree at the Meth-, r, p j Clark of Ludlow Coming to the Methodist Church. dit ihitrih Sunday, owiiie to the ah ipnif if tlit rjtt.or. who attrnded the tnniial loiiftMcin c at. Snrintrl'ield. I a Rev. K. T. Clark of Ludlow lias ber-n tohn K;eldeia of Hurlinuton visited I appointed pastor of tlir Itx-al Method fcis homo here over Nnndav. it church to succeed Rev. (',. H. Red- Mrs. V. K. JohiiRon visited ber sis-1 ding, who goes to Montpelier to bo ter. Miss t laritM'l Morse, at Mary j come pastor of the Methodist church in rletcher hospital in Burlington Sun ! that city. The change becomes effec tive at pnee, amioiun .Mr. vtarK win not be able to conduct services the coming Sunday. Both Mr. and Mrs. Redding have made a large circle of friend and acquaintances in N'orth field. who will regret to hear that they are to k-ave but will wish them suc cess and happiness in their new field of work. Mr. (lark cotnea to this church with the highest recommendations and he will receive a warm welcome in this community. lav. V. H. Sawyer mill F. H. Bulkeley a-ere in Burliiiton Monday, Mr. Bulk ley purchasing a new Buiik cat. Mr. Wiicox, wli sjient the winter irith Mr. and Mrs. 1 Wilcox, has re turned to her home at Bernardstoii, Ma. Rev. AlWrt Abbott leaves this week or Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott kave made many friends during their three- years' residence in tn. the et wishea of whom go with them to iheir new held of nlxir. Mildred tJriltith is ill with bronchitis. K. K. Kingnlmry ami Mrs. T. .(. Per jls attended the Methodist ctinl'erence It Springfield la wrck, returning on llenday. Mrs. Byrnn Trumbull recently viait Hi her p'arcnts, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Freeman. (Bead BaBef IN A TUBE !For Rheumatism I A FREE TRIAL toni addrree and Too will feceiea a awl t-ra tnpl tuba ef JELLFO M- Hadwae KeJ Belief without anr additional rost to roo. RAOWAyC(), 314 Center Street, NV York ft mm J r LIQUID la Bottlea JELLFO RM -fa. Tab 35c, 70c Jul Play Piano By Ear Without Notes If yon cut Ham. Whli,t or Sine turn after bearing it few time. I ran tenrh jou to play any rnrjatc on the plan by ear tn tmr ahort lrnsnni . No note. bo t1irma work, axa.ll coat. Nw Harmon Oiart tr.akes 4aB9 plajing easy. IV-at results a aurWl. K dlz your wi. P popular. Wta frWals. VwU tsHr(r t tBreaUrM. Writ a. toJay for fell e)eai'. i HARMONY SCHOOL OF ) JoHn Paul Joeea, Director Saite Colonial Rldf, BOSTON. MASS. .,.-ii . m. Mis K. Roe Holland, who lias been on a leave of absence from her duties as teacher in the North field graded sehool. resumed her duties Monday. Miss lair Davis acted as substitute teacher. Mis Holland iited in Bos ton part of the time. Her leave was granted on account of poor health. Mis Marion .1. Broun of Norwich has been engaged as one of the teachers in the Northtield graded achool for the coming year. Her sister. Miss Ira Brown, will return for another year. Misa Nellie tilll, who has hern visit ing at the home of Mrs. M. M. Curtis on Cro street, ha gone to I'lainfWId to join the Nellie t;ill players, who will commence rehearsing for I he open ing of their siith season in Vermont. Mrs. Ijirry Sploid has pone to the Tanny Allen hospital. Vinoo.ki. where she is to undergo a surgical operation. Neal Templeton haa completed his duties as clerk in the Atlantic A Pa cific company's store in Northtield and pone to Rochester, nhere he has been given one of the company's stores to manage. He mas m-citn;anied by his mfe. Misa Marion Field of Boston, who haa been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. I Field, has pone in Hurling Ion to visit friends. Miss Kathryn ( lark, who haa been visiting her bmM, Mr. C. K. Mack. Jia returned to her home in Wakefield. Mass. .loha Sawyer bas mtmnem-e1 work a traveling salesman for the (.alhoum t. Rabbins com piny of New York City, witti territory through Vermont. Mas sachnsetls and New Hampshire. Mrs. Sawyer will have charge of the t ah bakery during his absence. Mr. Saw- rer takes lim C. Sm th'a place, wh" oflicers, the retiring worthy matron. Mrs. (Jraie IVaring, was presented a pant niat ron's bailne. A social hour was enjoyed and refreshments served. Mrs. Wells of Ihtltoti. Mass.. is a gtie?t of Rev. and Mrs. K. M. DeKorest a' St. Mary's rectory. At the opening of the new club rooms of Nisutin club, ltcniioti 1). Hopkins, treasurer of the Vermont Fire Insur ance Co.' of Montpelier. gave readings in French-Canadian dialect, which ile lic.litrd the li-teiier. Mr. Willard ge a noveltv bell number, accompanied by Sergl. tierrit Swart on the guitar. There were alo a number of selections by the orchestra. The losing side in the pool tournament fumihed a most delicious lunch. The new rooms are ideal and, Iwing located on tin- com mon, will be greasy enjoyed hy the business men. I'rcs. A. W. Peach pre sided over the minting. present and spoke. The government director, V. B. Jones, was also present. The matter of raising funds for the erection of a new creamery in North -field waa taken tip and considerable enthusiasm was manifest. Several pledged IfHKI if a sum was started to ward the building. Deaconess Beatrice McKee was or dained at the Vermont Methodist con ference held in Springfield. Mi-s Mc Kee will return to Northtield fer an other year. She has done splendid work, in the community, especially among the young people in the church. A daughter, Betty Simpson, was born recently to Mr. and Sirs. A. B. Kimball , of 'Hyde Park. Mass. Mrs. Kimball was formerly Kdith Blanchard and was employed in the odice of the N. Pelaggi t.iraiiite Co. Mr. Kimball was graduated from Norwich univer sity in the class of 1014. Mrs. Frank T. Parsons, who has been quite seriously ill for three weeks, is a little better. Among those in (own to attend the funeral of James Cannon were Mis. Cannon's two sisters. Mrs. Anna Cryne and Mrs. Michael Cannon of Matta wan, N. J., and her brother, Thomas t.lcnnon of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Osgood of Montpelier and James tin Don of Rochester. L. A. Bullock, past pram! warden, Mrs. T. J. Mi'Cutcheon. delegate from Holley lodge, and Mrs. C. I- Pcrvier. a member of the committee on appeals, were in Montpelier Tuesday attending the atate convention of the New Kng land Order of Protection. The Plnmlcy house on School street, which was formerly occupied and owned by IT. W. I Km is. is being re modelled" into two up-to-date tene ment, one upstairs and one on thelwjli rWlrrrd pnxmtte by Pisa's. Stop first floor. thmat tirfcle; telievra trr-tsbon. The remedr At the lat regular meeting of Naomi i tested by awl tbaa fcftjr years 4 uas is chapter. t. K. S.. the newly elwteil ofticers were in-talled bv IVan If. R. f 14 SZ Uolrts. After the installation of the KSsT M '2jS j , . sl WORCESTER ., Worcester M. K. church F. V. Fn gcl. pastcir. Sunday. May 2. morning service at ln:4."; sermon. ae ye received I lie Holy Spirit since ye be lieved?" Sunday school at 11 o'clock. Clnes for beginners, primary, junior and adult student of the BibV Sun day evening at H o' lk the pat.r will give an illutrted talk with, the aid of a stereopticon. Kveryone is cor dially invited to all the services of the day." Help the pastor to make this the Pest vear in tbe history of the church and rSle community by your loyal sup port and faithful church attendance. Old Folks' Coughs Rosindale Woman Recommends This Prescription Sie La frivrn tin tits txisil n in wes a store in WondsYiile, N. H. Mr. Smith j was former a w mhrr of the nrr g'"v! trm of Boyi- A H!tnn of Nrthfie'.d. Mr. riolton fny.Bg out Mr. Wraith's i teret. At a reeertt Ovee1-eg of the etofk ho'dera of iHe Nrtk&rU Co-jetive CreaTT anr-itMso. 'd in W le- (ssi Fa.. I. tl new ntvnntenc1, W. . isi - -, s J. rr.oi. f I row loiaW X. V- aiaataii ! Mm. Altwrt J. PU-ti. "f Rosm4al. Mass writs : -IMon Ukinr w in"l" tDr. Trsf Eluiri I was treble with what I thouctit stoawh trmibte. I hm4 thai ter r,1 rtunpr ia my stnwtacli oearlr all lha time, within half an bw in a hw meat. I wl hav that wm 4wamb)e feHinc I waa hwin tw wtrta rrrrr day. After UVm your a-ina tlr. Tmea Eliitri I was reierei at that srrrible rsirist i" mr stomarh. eTiwIM warms, ana t frH like a new wr mm m msr.f wars, and wjM l.2ni!y r swsi4 H la nr nlteist as I i i" HxiIkIss. t,ri fcrtinc. wrattwsa. arfT-r the hi htwih. lrsr-irs. i-rSlaVlitr. iirss. rat!ra rsa he r4iesT4. ff r- take the immas kona as Dr. T.-we't Eliiir. TKe Tawiity Laia.- aaa Warw Txy;r It haa Aw irnh irk tTv asa. saws aa4 e!M-. e a. AT ETXA-AUT0 Combination Insurance with agents in every riy ;iea aittomobi'e owners complete ''' ,1 protection against loss Fy: r after eat- I I.TAPIt.lTY for Personal Injuties UAI'II-ITV for 1amage to Property COLt.lM'N Iairiage to Automobile 1TRF.. I.irhlning, Explosion, Wa'er Iwmsge THr.FT, Cyilone, Tornado, Tranfrtation Isvx iF 1K faAut" during" 1: - pa ir " J. W. DILLON, Affcnt T Lowe 34 R l-ar:e, erar.t BETHEL Deaths of Mrs, Matilda S. Rogers, 52, and Albert 0. Thayer, 62, Tues- , day Evening. " Mrs. Matilda S. Rogers, aged '52 years, died suddenly of heart disease late Tuesday evening at her home in thin villuge. She spent Sunday with her son in Randolph, returning by train that evening. The next morning ahe went to work at the tannery and in an hour or two felt ill and waa ex cused. Her condition did not become alarming until Tuesday afternoon. She had two sick apells during the winter and her heart was known to be affect ed. She was a hard working woman, much esteemed and a good neighbor. Her husband, W. H. Rogers, at one time a resident of thia village, died in 1011. She is survived by three sons, George W. and ilaniel Rogers of Ran dolph, Henry H. Rogers, of Royalton and two daughters, Misses Carrie and Klner Rogers, who lived with her, and four grandchildren. She is survived also by 'a sinter, Mrs. William K. Rog ers of this village, and six brothers, Frank, Daniel, Eugene, David, William and Walter Rhoadea. The funeral was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock, her pastor, Rev. J. Wesley Miller, officiat ing. i Albert 0. Thayer, aged 62 year, died at the home of his brother-in-law, Kugene B. Chamberlin, in this village Tuesday evening after a year's illness with cancer. Less than three weeks, aeo he returned from a five months' 1 stay at a Burlington hospital and it was feared that he could not live many weeks. Gradually he failed till the end. He was born in Waitsfield, waa brought up on a farm and for several years drove the Waitsfield-Middlesex stage. Then he devoted his life for many years to hotel work, serving as cook at the , Wilson house, now the Bethel inn, and It hotels in Omaha and Minneapolis. About 35 years ago he married Mary Chamberlin of this town and 20 yars ago the health of her father, the lata James Chamberlin, having failed, the Thayers came back to Bethel to take charge of the Cham berlin farm. The deceased was a mem ber and steward of the Lympus Meth odist church and for ninnv years be longed to Bethel lodge. No. 33, I. O. 0. 1 F. He is survived by his wife and by a sister, Mrs. Frank Pierce of Water bury. The funeral will be held to-mor- , row at I o'clock, Rev. Fred Daniels of Westport, N. V., a brother-in-law, of ficiating, .with interment at Kairview cemetery. DO rfOT NEGLECT THAT SPRING COLD A cold that comes in the spring very often hangs on until warm weather' arrives and sometimes its elfecta last much longer. A prolonged cold general ly moans a rundown and weakened system. It means that the blood is so thin that it cannot restore the sys tem to- that delicate balance we call health. , To arrest such a cold and give the body a strong defense, against another cold it ia important that the blood should be built up. Just how this may be done is illustrated by the experi ence of Mrs. Harry Williams, of No. 20 Dalton avenue, Pittstield, ' Mass. "My trouble began with a stubborn cold which developed into anemia," says Mrs. Dalton. "1 was very weak and generally run down. I was pale and wanted to lie down all the time. My appetite wan Poor and rny ach was sour. I had no strength at all. . "I had medical treatment but it did not seem to help me and, after read ing 'about Dr. Williams Pink Pills. I gave them a trial. I noticed relief after taking the first box so I kept on and took eleven boxes in all. Now I feel strong and well, my color is good. I do hot have those tired feel ings and eat anything A wain aim en jov. it. I aurely recommend Dr. liams' Pink Pills for what they done for me." The booklet, "Building Up the Blood," will be sent free, if you are in terested, bv fhe Dr. Williams Medi cine Co., Box 1003, Schenectady, N. Y. You can get Dr. Williams' Pink Pills at the nearest drug store or by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, 00 cents per box. Wil have PtlVIPLY?WELL.DONTBE People Notice It. Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets Edward B. Ryea and Miss Marion , Dunham of Bakersfield, are guests at j tierald L. Walker's. j The senior play at the town hall last ( evening drew a full house of well- : pleased people. The parts were well j taken. Much credit is due Mrs. L. L. Chamberlin, who has coached the par- J ticipants at all the rehearsals. The! cast, in order of their appearance, was as follows: Lulu, by name and nature,: Ruth Hodgkins; Aunt Paradise, the ( colored cook, Frances Southworth, '21; : Angelina dinger, age 8. fhe angel child, Irene Fletcher, '22; Malachi Meek, a : lively old gentleman of 'tW, Harold King; Mrs, Perrington-Shine, his ! daughter, (.wen's mother, Agnes Pres- Ion; Billv Jackson, the heart-breaker, John Batchelder; Gwendolyn Perring-j ton-Shine, Catherine Hodgkins; Mrs.) hna dinger,, a widow w ith hopes, Ade- ' lineNewman; Misa Amy Lee, about to be married. Nan Keleher; Brighton Karly, about to be married,. Jidward Hickey; Misa Iori8 Ruffles, Amy maid of honor, Kleanor Graham. '22; Miss Longnecker. a putinc scnooi icm-ii- JvrX er, Klla Trask; Heniaeliu Spiggolt, age ! fj,;i 17. a chin of the ''old blockw lwrance Kimball, '23; Prof. Solomon Spiggott, an authority on Fgypt. Willard Castle; Dodo IVGraft. the "DaMling LJaisy. F.tta Parsons: Mr. Dun. the Hugh White: Mrs. Semiramia Spiggott, the professor's wife. Clara Paine: place, Mrt. Pcrriiigton-Shine's country home; occasion, a house party at tbe 1-ee-F.arly wedding. A pimply face will not embanass you much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel; there's no sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, but their action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with a "dark brown taste." a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. . Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with fiver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result. Take one or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look. 10c and 25c Kills Pesky Bed Bugs P. D. Q. think, a 5e box ct P. V. . i Po-ky Quietus i. makes a quart, cnouvh a mUlo bedbugs, roaches, flra 5i and stops future g-tneratKms by kill- eaa and does not injure tna EAST MONTPELIER Miss Norma. Heals was delayed at Gonham, N. H., Monday morning by the change of time. The Grand Trunk was one hour late and did not connect with the train coming to Vermont. The grammar whool did not begin till Wednesday morning on that account. Edward Morrwt lias gone to Latin boro to work in the United States for estry department. Miss Bertha White Waa a business visitor in Montpelier on Tuesday. H. L. Sparrow returned from Mont pelier on Tuesday. Harry Daniels went on a business trip to WilHamstown on Tuesday. , Mr. and Mr. Henry Ke.lton were guests at William Stanley's farm Tues day. Mr. Durgen of Cabotrwith his erew is at Arthur Coburn's farm pressing hay 111 in wcclc. Mrs. John M. Willard left Tuesday for Montreal, where she will niaka. a short visit before starting for Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Lester Lang underwent an operation on his throat at the Barre hospital on Monday for the removal of enlarged tonsils. Mrs. Lang is feeling someiWhat. better. Her arm is not ao" painful ex cept at the elbow, where the burn is deeper. Her courage is good, although she andfr. Lang are under a doctor's care Two fishermen were seen on our streets Tuesday during a rain storm. They solved the high cost of raincoat by using pastelniard boxes on their shoulders to take the place of coat and smaller boxes, for head coverings. Mrs. M. A. AVheeler left for her home in Boston on Tuesday. Her brother, W. K. Kiske, -will board at Mrs. V. A. Hall's during her absence. Louis Mayo was called to C'hazy, X. Y., Wednesday morning ly fhe serious illness of her mother. Alex Duff of Woodavillo, X. H., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Bennett Ar-buckle. Conouer Pain! Too naad not auf- far if you- will let tha Oreat .Bcotoh Mysterious mm iO3a Pain Ease IV AK ES' 1 (1 , MYSTERIOUS if it fitiis I ' mm, mm ' ' nam sarhm rim HIUMnS VBSMSSt drive the pain away. For mora than . SO years It haa been a proven remedy for the relief of pain. Applied exter nally, it quickly reduces the in flammation and Sain vanishes aa if by mafic. Let Mysterious Pain Eaae five you relief from Burns. Strains, Sprains, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neurl tis. Lumbago, Chilblains, Tonslllit!( etc Oet a Bottle of Your Bracelet. Manufactured and Guaranteed By JUNIUS BARNES 4 SON Ba, ling-ton, Vermont Too Difficult. "Kepgie has a discouraged look." 'He's probably been trying to think.' -Boston Transcript. sBEAR OIL for HAIR AN INDIAN'S SECRET Ons ef the potent inTdlnt of KeUlke-for the l.sir is aotmlne brat eU T'.ifr ere other actus InerwttrnU not tounH In any other hslr prepsre Uon. !' urceedfd In nisivr ' rues MIOSSW. isiiibi "sir dtniniH 'who Mery other htlr loUnn or trest- ITi fcuie. 30 lnc results in csnes conquered hopeleM. Tea asvsr is a bald ladles t Why become or reinsln on' if too cn frow bslrt if othen hse obtained a new Ifowtli or hue eonouireil danflrutr. or slopped falltn hslr ttjrouth KotUo. is iwl Oet box Of K0TALKO st ssy busy eruf. store: or .end 10 eints tll"r or .t.mt. for UaOCiUBB with HIOOF BOX of KoUIko to J. E. Briltain, Station F, New York, N. Y. RESERVED SEATS ON SALE v NEXT MONDAY, MAY 3 At Bailey s Music Booms, Barre, and Buswell's Book Store, Montpelier, for the season's greatest and best CONCERT By the World-Famous Italian Tenor Giovanni Martinelli and Kitty Beale Soprano Metropolitan Opera Co. at Montpelier City Hall, May 14 PRICES: Including Tax', $1.10, $1.65 and $2.20 'Send mail orderswith check to J. B. EAMES, Box 2S6, Barre, Vt. " ' ' Concert Friday, May1 14, 8:15 P. M. axz Impretsive. A preacher was describing the i'bad place" to a congregation of naval ca dets. "Friends." he said, "you've seen mol ten iron running out of a furnace, haven't you? It comes out white hot, .:..)'.... ..M.t !,iain,r Well " PI. I ill); The preacher pointed a long, lean I finyer at the lads. "Well." be continued, "they use that stuff for ice cream in the place I ha been speaking of." London Tit Bits. , rix'tits in the Liuid fire to the bt-dbugs ia what P. D. Q. . , . . is Ilk. tMrttQira fltana as awsj maui-v - nurgiar, , , , juily f.med resort. I f'ntint spout free in every pafkaae of V. D. y. o enable you to Kill them and their egg nceta in the cracks. Look for the dt-vil'i head on every bc. then you'll have what hospitals have found , lo be the beat insecticide known to science. ; Special hospital sir li.SO. rr.akm five irsl-, Imis rontaina I spouu either site at your , dnnnrist or aent pprraid upon rewint of i price by the Owl Chemical ( Terre iisute. , Ind. lienuine r. u. w. m nevir . Adv. I MORE PROFITS ON THE FARM is more money to be made In raising crops .by i fertilizers adapted to your land. Money i. Become Slender B educe eur e(St l te 0 let., or wore rn ter Hue r,l 1H4MU be ruiuf Oil. OF K0RCIM, tuilw-t eur lUncUuu, bum uj TOO LATE Oeath only a matter of short tim Don't wait until pains and acha become incurable diseases. Avou painful consequences by takin( COLD MEDAL Tba world'i atandard remedy for kidney, j ir. bladder and uric add troublea the .rational Remedy of Holland ainca lf96. oarantcd. Tbraa aires, all drucelsts. j .a fee Ik hm CeU Medal mm eesry bM ; P. O. Rossll. Taainiinas 1-ewie, Barre Urtif t., E. A. Urewn mnll l.jrt.n U ALL keiy evi,:-n HABtiH lialrf C. KiV-s6X. SUlisn f. Hew Ysrlu There nsincr srood wasted for good seed and labor unless the land is made to produce the most. These fertilizers have proven their worth on the lands of Ver mont and northern New York. By their use you will get larger crops just that amount more to make farming pay. Make the most of your opportunity this year. Bur lington Animal fertilizers are nat ural plant food they will make the land produce the very most. Burlington Animal Fertilizers Three of a Kind One 1919 Indian electric equipped, guaranteed in per fect running order, $275 cash, 10 per cent additional if sold on time. One 1916 Indian $175 cash. One 1916 Indian $200 cash, new crm plete motor. Come in and look them over. A. M. FLANDERS to7 N. Main St. This is the year to raise big crops but you want to be sure about it. A few more bushels of grain to the acre is all clear profit. If your dealer cannot supply you with Burlington Animal Fertilizers, write us direct. BURLINGTON RENDERING COMPANY, Burlington, Vt. f. . J.U:1 -y la-mi jgci1. iniintiL!- u.rarCTt.. 5MSSJH53SSJ New Dress Goods We have a good showing of Fancy Voiles in a variety of colors and figures. Aristo Batiste is another popular dress goods. We have it in a variety of colors. We have the largest stock of IYrcales in town. Fancy Ginghams in Plaids and Stripe-. Tailored Hats for ladies and misses at attractive prices. Come in and see our new goods. Wc can please you.' LEE & CLARA B. SII0RTT, Marshficld, Vt. v.. ... . , University of Vermont Plays WEST VIRGINIA, Friday, April 30, at 4 HOLY CROSS, Saturday, May 1, at 3:30 Admission, 50c plus tax o'clock o'clock n i n n A IT&r IBJ3 AAA Sales and Exchange Stables 96 Northf icld St.J Montpelier, Vt. Have 3 carloads of Horses', due to arrive .Monday, a a ltaVl 1 tK' fM Tuesday and Wednesday, apru :o, ana ii tkic int vl havo some of the best pairs of Horses 111 IV - - - that money can buy, while we have some that do a 4 a 1 J not cost as much. Have a Iarpc num&eroi nay iarm Chunks that can sell worth the money. These Horses f cnrinrs work, and the maiority of them rt I V vuk va i-y " are well broken. Wc take Horses in exchange that vou do not want. Our prices and terms arc ngni. - - el A and wc guarantee our Horses to nc as wc represent them. Wc have auctions every week, Friday. Friday. ... i r I April 30, wc shall have a larpc numacr m kwu. & acclimated Horses, alo some of the cheaper kind, g together wun a goou nummi Horses. If you have Horses to sell, brin?: tlum i.:. H. 31. FARMLVM Hoth 'Fhonc Connections it a a q rnmnlrf r Ilnf of HamCSS. Col- j. ,f v na.a; " v v - - - - - . - -- it lars. Blankets, etc. 3 J a. !E"3tal a