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THE BAKKE DAILY" TIMES, BAKJIE, VT.. MONDAY,' JANUARY 24, 1921. MARANVILLE : WANTS MONEY It He Is 'to Be Traded Boston to Pitts ! . burgh By BRVES SECURE THREE PLAYERS Cash of $25,000 Is Also Re ported to Have Been Paid Boston, Jan. 24. "Rabbit" Maran villa wag more nearly reconciled to day to hia passing from the Boston Braves, with whom he had won fame as a shortstop to the Pittsburgh Pi rates, to whom he was traded last night for. three .other players. "While I'd rather remain in Boston, I'll be tickled to death to go to Pitts burgh if things are fixed up satisfac torily by both clubs," said the "Rab bit" at his home in Springfield, in dis cussing the deal. Outfielders Bill Routhworth and Fred Nicholson and Infielder Walter Bar bare, are the players who are to come here in exchange for Maranville. Manager Fred Mitchell, in making the announcement of the trade for President Grant of the Boston club, said no money was involved. Barney Dreyfuss, owner of the Pittsburgh club, was reported to persist in the state ment that in addition to the three players, Boston received cash, said to be $25,000. President Crant is at pres ent in .New York. Maranville said to-day that he had no definite statement to make until he was notified of the trade by the club. "If they fix me up I'll go," he said, intimating that lie wanted a share of any purchase money. Although Mar anville is popular hero, many fans ex pressed satisfaction to-day over the trade, which was not unexpected. Al though loath to see the diminutive shortstop go, thev felt that the Bos ton team would be materially strength ened by the deal. Nicholson and Southworth. both good hitting out fielders, will fill a pap in the wide Wnges of Braves field outer gardens that has existed for years. Maranville, 28 years old, lias been a member of the Boston team for eicht years, and during much of the time has been recognized as the leading shortstop of the National league. He batted last year for .2(1(1 and his field ing average was .954. His personality had made him popular everywhere. 5c. a Day $1.50 A MONTH FOR Hood's Sarsaparilla The best family medicine treatment that will purify the blood. Bmall dose after each meal. Economy and efficient A month's supply in every bottle. More Than This It creates an appetite, aids digestion and assimilation and makes food taste good. A wonderful remedy for rheu matism, lumbago, catarrh to build up after the flu, grip and fevers. A word to the wise is surhcient. Take Hood's and only Hood's. Hood's Pills, small doses, a mild lax ative; larger, an active cathartic. Adv. GRONNA BILL UP FOR PASSAGE Lu INSTRUCTION ABOUT INCOME TAX RETURNS TITLE BOUT TO-NIGHT. Strangler Lewis and Earl Caddock Will Meet at New York. New York, dan. 24. Kd (Strangler) Lewis, will defend his world's heavy weight eateh-as-catoh-can wrestling ti tal here to-day against Earl Taddnck, a tormer champion. ( addock lost the title last year to Joe Steelier, who re cently relinquished it to Lewis. Each Single Person Receiving $1,000 or More and Married Persons Re ceiving $2,000 or More Must File Re turns. Due in the majority of cases, to mis understanding of exemptions, more than 70,000 persons last year were as sessed a nominal penalty of from $.1 to $10 for failure to file an income tax return for lf)10, although their in come for that year was not taxable. Note These Point si The revenue act provides a personal exemption of $1,000 for single persons, $2,000 for married persons and heads of families, and an additional exemption of $200 for each person dependent upon the taxpayer for chief support, if such person is under 18 years of age or in capable of self support. The delin quents last year were persons whose incomes exactly equalled the amount of the allowable exemptions, and who con sidered it unnecesbsry to file a return and others whose income, because of dependents, was non-taxable, but who nevertheless were required by law to make returns. The bureau of internal revenue, therefore, this year is emphasizing the fact that the requirements to file a re turn are based solely on a person's marital status or the amount of his or her income for 1020. Single persons with an income for 1920 of $1,000 or more and married persons with net in comes of $2,000 or more must file a return regardless of whether their in comes are non-taxable. Decade of Congressional Dispute Expected to End To-day RESULT OF VOTE MUCH IN DOUBT Bill Provides for Federal Regulation of the Packers Returns of Married Persons. Washington, D. C, Jan. 24. A decis ion in the decade of congressional dis pute over regulation of the meat pack ing industry was expected in the Sen ate to-day with voting on tho Oronna bill. I'nder an unanimous consent agree ment voting was to begin at 4 o'clock n, m. At 2 o'clock debate was to be cut to five minutes for each senator. The Senate met at 10 .o'clock to-day, two hours earlier than usual, to extend time for discussion. Private polls tak en by both sides showed a hair line di vision. The Gronna bill provides for federal regulation of packers, stockyards, com mission men and other agencies of the meat industry by a commission of three members appointed by the presi dent at $10,000 salaries. Advocates contended that the legisla tion was necessary because of the al- leged monopolistic and unfair practices of the "big five" packers. Opponents declared that it was an unwarranted, unconstitutional and dangerous preced ent in government control and interfer enee with private business. TRIKE cigarette s Its toasted MAD MULLAH OUT OF POWER Ruler of Somaliland Had Given Trouble for Many-Years BRITISH AIR FORCE BROKE HIS POWER Bombed His Forces and Then Pursued Them Over Country "TEXAS LEAGUE" HIT HOW ITS NAME CAME Exasperating Little Flies Dropped Over the Heads of Syracuse Infield, Put There By Texas Players. OVER 38,000 LIVES - HAVE BEEN SAVED DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. I A few cents buvs Danderine." After few applications you cannot find a fallen hair or any" dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vieor, brightness, more color and abundance. Adv. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine f lh Take Aspirin onlv as told In each package of genuine Payer Tablets of Aspirin. Then you will be following the directions and dosajre worked out by physicians during- 21 ream, and proved safe by million. Take no chances with substitutes. If you we the Bayer Or on tablets, tou ran take them without fear for Colds, Headache. Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Ear ache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Randy tin boxes of twelve tablets cot few cents. DiwjriM also sell larccr packages. Aspirin i the trade mark f Bayer Manufacture of Monaacctica cidestrr f Salicvlicacid. Adv. B ABYS COLDS are soon "tupped in the bad" without "dotm j" by use of The exemption of $2,000 allowed mar ried persons applied to the combined income of husband and wife, to which must be added the income of depend ent minor children. A common error is for both husband and wife to claim exemption, which is designed to cover essential living expenses. This exemp tion may be claimed by either or may be apportioned between them as they mav elect. If the ineome of either husband or wife for the year, 1920, was more than 5,000, each should file a separate re turn. This is for the purpose of com puting correctly the surtax on income in excess of $5,000, which applies sep arately to the net income of husband and wife, and not to the combined net income. The surtax rates, which- apply only to net income in excess of $5,000, are combined income of $fl.000, the tax is sonal exemptions. Many taxpayers make the mistake of computing tax on the combined net income of husband and wife, to their own disadvantage. As illustration, in the case of a. husband whose net income was $7,000 and that of his wife $2,000, the total normal and surtax, if the incomes were com bined, would amount to $480, whereas if computed on the income of each would amount to ohly $350. Computed Separately. In the first instance, deducting the personal exemption of $2,000 from the combined income off $0,000, the tax is on the remaining $7,000. At the rate of four per cent on the first $4,0iK) and eipbt per rent on income in excess of that amount the normal tax amounts to $t00. The surtax, which is comput ed without the benefit of the personal exemption, amounts to $80, which is one per cent on the amount of income between $5,0000 and $6,000. two per cent on the amount of income between $6,000 and $8,000, and three per cent on the amount of income between $8,000 and $9,000. If computed separately, the husband may deduct the personal exemption of $2,000 from his Income of $7,000 and on the remainder pay a normal tax of $240, being four per rent on the first $,000 and eight per cent on the excess. His surtax amounts to $'t0, being one per cent on the amount of his income between $8,00(1 and $7,000, ceives no personal exemption, and her entire income of $2,000 is taxed at the I rate of four per cent, Wing less than' $4,000. The husband's tax is $270 and the wife's $80. Exemptions Not for AIL Not every married person is entitled to the $2.0t0 exemption. The claim is dependent upon whether man and wife 'employed. are living together within the meaning of the reTenue act. In the absence of j continuous renidenee together, whether, a man or woman i living with wife or! bin-band depends upon the character of , the separation. " If occasionally and temporarily the ' wife is away on a visit or the husband is away on business, the joint bme be-: ing maintained, the $2,000 exemption ' applies. L'navoidaWe absence of a wife or husband at a sanatorium on account of illness does not preclude a claim for , the exemption. If, however, the bus- ' band voluntarily and continually makes h home at one place and the wife at another, they are not living together within the meaning of the income tax laws regardless of their persona! re a- ' tw ns. In cae of separation bv mutual ' agreement each must make a return f income of $1,000 or more. The same. rule applies in case of divorce or leeal : M' par at ion. A maid or widow not the: head of a family and without depend ents is entitled only to a $1,000 exemp tion. The status of a taxpayer on the la.t day of the taxable year determines the amount of his exemptions. If on Dec. 31. 120, he was married and liviup with his rife he mav claim the $2.0o: v As Result of Organized Safety Work Carried on During 13 Years on the Railroads. Chicago, Jan. 24. More than 38,000 lives have been s-aved on the railroads of the I'nited States as a result of the organized safety work carried on during lit vears, according to an analysis made at the headquarters of the national safety council here of railway statistics from 190(1 to 1919 compiled by Slason Thompson of the bureau of railway news and statistics, the council an nounced to-day. The national safety council estimated the number of lives saved on the basis of the ratio of the number of persons killed each year to the freight tonnage carried during each year. For example, in l!0(i 10,Hl!j persons were killed on the railroads, and 1,631,000,000 tons were carried. In 1!H! 6,075 persons were killed, while 2.121,000,000 tons were carried. On this basis of compari son there was an actual saving of H.028 lives during 1019, as compared with 1006. This process was applied to the figures for each of the intervening years, and the total sum of lives saved as determined bv the national safety council was 38.621. In other words, if tie number of persons killed in railway accidents during ench of the last 13 years had been in the same ratio to the tonnage carried as were facilities in l!H)fi, 38,621 more persons would have been killed in railway accidents than were actually killed. Some other striking revelations of the railroad accident statistics are brought out in the council's study, namely: That the number of persons killed Dallas, Texas, Jan. 24. "Texas leaguers," recruits or stars from the circuit of citieB in the Lone Star state, making up that association, have wrecked many ball games when they passed on to the major leagues, but the "Texas leaguer," the hit itself, no matter from what state the player who delivered it came, has wrecked many more, day by day narrations of play have shown for years. Every fan, from the lad at the knot! hole to the man in the box seats, knows a "Texas league," when he sees it drop safely just back of the infield and out of reach of the outfielders, but few know tho history of the expression. According to J. Doak Roberts, pres ident or the Texas league, and a man of a life-time's experience in profes sional baseball, the expression originat cd in the early "nineties," when a dis guised Syracuse pitcher gave vent to "Good Lord, another of those Texas leaguers," when scrappy Bill Joyce, third in a row of three Texas league graduates, dropped a short safety back of the Syracuse infield. The story antedates even the veteran Roberts, but tins is Ins version of it: "Kmniett Rogers, scrappy Bill Joyce and Arthur Sunday, three famous play ers, well remembered bv all the old tim ers, were members of the 1880 team of the Houston club, managed by John MeCloskey. They were the first Texas leaguers ever sold to higher company, netting the sum of $400 as a total pur chase price. "The trio were finished stars, past masters in the art of bunting and plating hits. The story goes that in their first game in bigger company they faced O'Brien of Syracuse. Hog ers placed a hit over the infield and the Syracuse defense moved in, expect ing Sunday to bunt. Instead Sunday chip-shouted the ball and it dropped just out of the reach of the shortstop, who rould not get it back in t ime. "Joyce, too, was expected to bunt, but he followed in Sunday's wake, drop ping another short hit back of third, scoring Rogers. "It was then that O'Brien voiced his disgust and coined a new term for baseball." Washington, D. C, Jan. 24. Com plote destruction of the power of Mad Mullah, native ruler ot bomaiuana, Africa, and for 34 years a problem to British authorities was accomplished within three weeks' time by less than 200 airmen and 11 fighting planes, ac ording to an official report on the oper ation just received here. Bombed out of their strongholds the natives were pursued and all the leaders except Mul lah captured or killed. The air expedition was sent out in 1919 but details were kept secret. It was the last of man punitive forces sent to Somaliland, where continual up risings have involved the British in military operations at frequent inter vals. The situation was so serious in 1919 that some military action was neces sary, but the government hesitated be cause of the cost estimated at $25,000,- 000 of dispatching 5,000 troops to re-es tablish order. In the emergency the air force was called upon and 32 officers and 164 men in addition to the medical detachment set out. An advance party masquerading as engineers in search of oil wells, landed and set up a base. Then the machines appeared and for a week Mad Mullah's stronghold in the interior was bombed and shot up while the native camel corps cooperated, holding tip a line about the scene. The Mullah finally broke through this line holding south and the planes pursued her two weeks more, bombing and shooting up the flee ing natives, scattering their stock and utterly destroying the power of the rebel leader. Thus the empire for the first time in 34 years was left in peace ful possession of the country. Two cas ualties in the camel corps were the only British losxes. IN THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE AT LANGLEY FIELD Something io Ease Pain j Was Much Needed NOT NECESSARILY A BAPTIST As Pastor of the Union Church in Put ney, It Is Decided. Brattleboro. Jan. 24. Rev. Dr. V. R. Davenport, Methodist district super VIENNA HAD 917 STRIKES Probably a Record for One Year Was Established in 1930. Vienna, Jan. 23. Vienna set what is in railway accidents during 1919, 6,075, 1 probably a new record for strikes in j the year just ended. J here were 92, of them in this city, partial or complete, wild or organized. Kipbt of the tmvere carried over into the new vear. hating taken in the is the lowest on record in the 20 years since 1899; " That 125,021 miles- of railroad lines, nearly half the mileage of the country, were operated without a single pus- senger being killed in a train accident J closing week of 1920, The most recent on these lines during 1919; j of the strikes included employes of That a mileage greater than the com- government printing plants, workers at e of (Ireat Brit- tne mint, actors ami orcnestras 01 me intendent at St. Albans, Rev. Dr. C. C. Merrill of Burlington, secretary of the Vermont Conirrepational Confer ence, and Rev. W. M. Davison of Bur lington, superintendent of the Vermont Baptist state convention, were in I'ut nev yesterday to effect a continuance of the union of the three churches of these denominations, which has been in force about a year anil a half. I'n der the contract of the denominations with ench other at the time the un ion was formed it was agreed that the minister should be a Baptist, but at a conference with the people yesterday it was voted unanimously that the contract be changed so that when a minister's pastorate ends if the people lesire tney csn nave a minifier 01 one of the two other denominations. The pastorate of Rev. J. W. Crippen re cently terminated and the heads of the denomination will supply anoth er pastor soon. The three officials mentioned, with 1 the addition of Rev. Dr. George V. Kor- tier of Morrisville, superintend the I!nit-eralist denomination Vernon Saturday afternoon to look over the field with a view to furnishing minister lor 1 nion rnurrn. 1 ne peo The following is from a man in the I Government Service, Mr. G. M. Chase,! who formerly lived in Massachusetts: In a letter from Langley field, the famous Government aviation field, Mr. 1 Lhase wrote as follows: I "We have used your 'Mysterious ! Pain Ease' for the last 12 or 15 years, i while living in Mass. Can it be ar-'' ranged so we could get it direct from your by Parcel Post. Would appreciate it very much as we do not know how to get along without it. (Signed) G. M. CHASE, . 1 Care of Gov't. Field Office, I Langley Field, Va." 1 That is a very strong endorsement of "Mysterious Pain Ease," the justly cel ebrated Scotch Liniment. Simply ap ply Mysterious Pain Ease to the af flicted part and you will be surprised at the immediate relief. It relieves in flammation and stops pain. People who know about it always keep it on hand. People who use it recommend Mys terious Pain Ease for the pains of lum bago, burns, stiff neck, neuralgia, neu ritis, rheumatism, muscular colds where the chest, back and shoulders are in pain, sprains of all kinds and pain arising irom mnammatton. Leading dealers sell "Mysterious ' Pain Ease" the Scotch Liniment or can ! get it for you. Adv. KENTUCKY TOBACCO FARMERS SHAKY Thousands of Them in Central Part of the State Are Said to Be Sen- ! I ously Embarrassed Finan- j cially. j Lexington, Ky., Jan, 24. Central j Kentucky is trying to save thousands . of farthers from bankruptcy and banks and business houses from serious em- j barrassment, according to statements of bankers, growers and others who ! have been active in the movement to j force prices for the 1920 crop of hurley j tobacco to a point that will not be far y assign this It Will of Necessity Be Raincoats If this kind of weather persists in but ting in on our calculations. Yes, we are well supplied with rain coats, and just to make the situation more interesting we have cut the price to meet every condition condition of weather and condition of your pocket book. We won't name here any prices, but we do want you to see the coats, try them on, become convinced of their real worth and then the price will more than astonish you it will delight you. Of course we are still interested in selling you an overcoat. Open Monday Evenings as Usual. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading- Clothiers 122 North Main Street Tel. 275-M from the 1930 record. Th as the reason for the nerrous situa tion that has torn the burley tobacco region for the last several weeks, re sulting in all markets, but a few, being closed, threats being made against buy ers, a run on one bank and an agree ment to "cut out" the 1921 crop and hold 'the 1920 crop if financial arrange ments csn be made. Banks in central Kentucky loan large sum of farmers to finance their crops. lust how large the total of these loans this vear is no guess has been ventured. The question of how long the bankers can tarry the tanners, However, was one of the foremost in the meeting of farmers, growers and warehousemen held here recently. It is claimed that if tobacco does not bring a satisfaetory price these farmers will lose their lands and many financial institutions will be hampered. Buyers of tobacco are silent as to why prices are not higher. Farmers claim that in view of the fact that prices rose gradually over a period of four years from 191. to 1919, they should drop gradually. They assert that lalior costs during the 1920 season j were the highest in the history of farming in Kentucky. Stories of farm- ers who paid $8 per day for common la - ;hor in the tobao'i fields are common ; among large growers who visit the of- j fices of the Burley Tobacco Growers as- j sociation here. Stripping tobacco tak-: ing the leaves off the stalk and tying: thf-m into "hands" or bundles -ost j from five to eight cents a pound, ac-; ilde'nt of'C"r(''nfr 'l t-tatements of officials of j met in i'le Krow'""' association ttho have been ' traveling turouiioui me uihiih;i. j Kentucky produces one-fifth of the tobacco of the world; and almost one in' in aaOEWaCTBHa 1920 crop in the L'nited States, just made public by the department of ag riculture, is 1,508,060,000 pounds and Kentucky 467,000,000. Farmers in the "dark" belt of western Kentucky this yiar restricted their crop. PROHIBITION COME TO STAY, Says Lord Leverhulme, After, Seeing Conditions in United States. Liverpool, Jan. 24. Lord Leverhulme, one of Great Britain's largest manu facturers, told the Daily Post repre sentative on his return from a recent viVit to the L'nited States that "prohi bition in America has come to stay of that you may be certain." "The people are settling down under it." he continued, "and 1 believe that H put to the popular vote, 75 per cent 01 the electorate would support its continuance. There is not the slight -'est chance that the law against alco jholie drinks will ever be repealed." Such Dear Friends! Gladys Jack Huggins fell at my feet the moment he saw me. Maude Stumbled over them, I tup pose? Iiondon Answer. BLISS HERBS SION'OS SIISS 'OKTSUT 0 SiSNtrilM OH ( TSLfTS AnsrenfiM Over 1 Million Tablets Ttkm Daily Ma4 from ROOTS, HERBS and BARKS. CONTAIN na estoraal whatever, will not aalivate. KecoRtuiad ainca 1881 aa a atandard herb remedy for CONSTI PATION. RHEUMATISM, BILIOUS NESS. SICK HEADACHE and DISOR DERED STOMACH. Regulates th K1U NEVS and LIVER, makes you healthy, etronc and vicoroui. MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE in each boa. A. O. BLISS CO.. WASH, O. C 1 there toted to have them suodIt I mo crop 01 i ne t i.ueu raies, .1.. ' ., . .' i ui-tfirilitiir i ti S. vurtiorl: ff trui I'nifpil Kev. it. r.. j rout ot nrat- " e . .... - Males aeon! nn'iu or aunciiiiurc. i lie bined railroad mileage ain, Germany, France and Austria Hun gary was operated during 1919 with out a single fatality to a passenger in the 447.12ti.7:W journeys recorded, the average journey being 44 miles; That the number of injured in rail way accidents in 1919, 147.0IS, was the lowest on record since 1910; That fewer passengers were killed in 1919 than in 18s, although between those years passenger mileage increased more than 300 per cent, and freight ton nage increased more than SoO per cent. In JOOfi one passenger was killed for every 1M.V207.4M passenirers carried one ; i intn . V-i 1 ,1 f . lite wife re-1 ... .., ,,, .,, i.r .,., ,;u A noteworthy decrease in the number of railroed employes killed was made in 1919 as compared with the preced ing year. In 191S, with 1.H97.741 men employed, 2.7r9 were killed, an average of 1.4.) per 1 .000 employed. In 1919, with 1 .OiiO.fi.V.i men employed, 1. !: were killed, an average of .80 per 1.0'KI fTV n R f&Sm vw . I exempt ,oa. although toe marriace ma Xif a IfiS LrfZ! h.ve taker, ,,:.ce on IVr. 3i. If n !- y am n C3 a sir? r,fl became a widower, he cat t' ! Y ,Y, ft , , y '!t t the ?UM) .ilowei a Mi-g e p. r Over l7MmmJv LkJ I fl unless the head of a familv. CUTICURA FOR HAIR AND SKIN For promoting and maintain ing beauty of skin and hair Cuticura Soap and Ointment are unexcelled. Cuticura Tal cum is an ideal powder, re freshing and cooling to most delicate skins. 1m aW U-Maarl 9 aM tor luaN Be national theatres, railway employes, women's tailors, dentists' assistants, city employes and the gold and silver smiths. Of all the strikes tthhh Vienna ha experienced in the )at 12 months not one loo-ed the flood gates of indigna tion in the street and newspapers as i did the closing of the coffee houses for' five days, as the result of a demand for increased pay on the part of the em ployes. The Vienna collee house means tastly mora to the resident of Vienna1 than the club means to the average I American or Pnglishman. I There are thousands of Viennese who' transact most of their business in the coffee hrncs. though' they have olTiees and stalTs of clerks. Germans say that the Austrian' passion for sitting in the coffee houses all day accounts for the fact that he had before the" war but a small share of the world's for eign trade. There are several reasons for this coffee house habit. One is that the Viennese goes there to rest, and most of them appear to have been born j tired. He also grudees himself the price of a newspaper but in the coffee hiue he obtains freA the prhilege of ; reading nearly every Austrian news pswr and many from foreign countries, bcide the illustrated weeklies and monthlies. In the course of time he .acquires the privilege of occupying a (able before one of the spacious win dows for whieh the Vienna coffee houses are renowned and whence he may watch the procession of women passing. GEDDES IS ENGLAND. a minister tleb'ro. a I'niversilist, In acted pastor there seteral years, but he is about to hate the tate mid the peo ple Imte made a cantass and raised a substantial sum for a resident pa-tor. Whether he will be a I'nivcrsalist or licit bus riot been decided. Ret. Pr. Merrill attended a meeting of the Windham union of Congrega tional ministers here to-day. world production in 19l;, toe last year for which statistics are available, was 'J.I. 3,303,01m) pounds while Kentucky produced a total of 49M.1HKi.OiMl pound's tall types. The estimate for the total ASK FOR and GET PIECE OF LAND l'i INCHES WIDE. Small Deal Due to An Encroachment of Building. One of the tiniert deals in real estate took place in Lancaster when one and a hnlf inches of land facing on Central avenue was sold by Milton Maute to Michael Wendel. The depth of the strip was 40 feet. Wendel's building en croached on it. When Wendel built on his lot "ten veiirs ago survevers said he was within ti inches of the line. Recently when he wihed to sell the property it was resurveyed and was found to encroach on Mailt e's land by one and half inches. HufTalo Express. jBritith Ambassador to United States Landed at LiverpooL I Liverpool. .Ian. 24 .Sir Auckland Oddes, Britieh amba-sador to the l n-ted Mate, who was called to Lon- j ib n ten days ago. landed here to-day. j They Hunt ia Couples Here. j ! It is said the lowly nickel is coming! into its own asin. 1 e, m company :th t n bronze men. they are pmrd f r one street -car ride. Florida Times l "nion. To fere Cold ia Oae Day Take ime LAXATIVE BKOMO Ql IXINE tablets. I he s-nu ne Ix-ars the tijnataie f E. W. Urore. 3c adv. To Stop A Cough Quick! Use a Double Treatment Take HAYES HEALING HONEY to heal and soothe the ore and tender tissues and lining membranes inside the throat. Apply GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE to chest and throat to allay fever, reduce inflam mation and relieve conges tion. The healing effect of HAYES" HEALING HONEY inside tb throat combined with th action of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE throufih the pores of the skin soon opens the air passages, heals all inflam mation and stops the cough. Just a, your druggist for a bot tle of HAYES" HEALING HONrr and you will find box of GROVE"S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE enclosed therewith. Tho cost of the combined treatment is Sjc (Give it one trial.) The Original Malted Milk for Infants) atnd Invalid Avoid Imitations aod Substitute- We'll Say It's a Lot o' Money! $10,000.00 in cash prizes, distributed this week among 104 winners in the big Eveready Flashlight Contest. Who won ? What won ? We've got the whole story . in our window this week. And when you come around," bring that idle flashlight. No matter what make, a new Eveready Battery will give it new life. CARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. CO. fVEEMBY t- l a a l i g u r IV -V,"r.rrr ' Wrr'.., JjT!L-r- L And So On and So Forth ! teas j nan i . .