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THE RARRE DAILY TIMES BARRE. VT., FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1012.
Down Go the Prices at The Red Cross Pharmacy The Red Cross Pharmacy is the original cut price store in this vicinity. The Red Cross Pharmacy is the first store in this vicinity to share the profits with its patrons. The Red Cross Pharmacy is now and always has been a leading drug store, up-to-date in every particulars The Red Cross Pharmacy wants your patronage and in return will give quick service, fresh goods, always standard and lowest cash prices. We save you 20 to 30 per cent on drug store needs. We appreciate your trade and trust that we may continue to merit it. Advertised Medicines at Cut Prices Kef. Frio. Onr Price LYDIA PINKHAM'S $1.00 fO-Tl DAN DERI NE 50 .41 MIXARD'S LIXIMKNT 2.3 .17 HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA ..... 1.C0 ,76 ATWOOD'S BITTERS ............... .25 .17 SCOTT'S EMULSION ,1.00 . .69 BKECHAM'S PILLS So .17 GARFIELD TEA 25 .17 FELLOWS SYR. HYPOPHOS ... 1.50 1.05 GLOBE PILLS .25 .15 IIORLICK'8 MALTED MILK ......... 1.00 .75 DOAN'S PILLS .CO .30 MUNYON'S PAW PAW 1.00 .65 FOLEY'S KIDNEY REM. 1.00 .65' CUTICURA SOAP SWAMP.ROOT LIVER , SALTS ........... SAL HEPATICA ........... CASTORIA ............... SYRUP FIGS MELLEN'S FOOD ......... PERUNA ... MILK SUGAR. MERCK'S i. . FATHER JOHN'S D1APEPSIX ............... KHOUP'S RHEUMATIC ... DE WITT'S KIDNEY PILLS Be. Prlo 25 '. 1.00 .75 .25 .t ' .85 ....... .50 ....... .75 ....... 1.00 Our Trice 20 .69 SO 21 .23 .39 .55 .69 .3for$LOO . 1.00 .71 . .50 .39 . 1.00 .49 . 1.00 .69 The above prices are for every day in the week and every week in the year. J F Films for all Kodaks T We carry the dependable Films ; they cost no more than others and produce results. You need good Films or none at all. liuy Films for your vacation here.'j1 Every size always in stoek. I i I We Develop Films at 10c a Roll provided we make the prints. We vjjK use only professional paper, getting all tne re is trom every mm. uring films here to be finished. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ' MJPA11 .dim? T.R. URGED VOTE FOR METZGER To Put Vermont in Forefront of . Progressive Movement IN SPEECH AT BURLINGTON But if You Don't, Declared Col. Roose velt, It Will Make No .Difference in the Result to the Progressive Party Reciprocity Should Be Repealed. Bath Spray Examine the Bath Spray we are show ing for the first time. You surely want this if you understand the price. Regular value - - $2.00 Our price, each - $1.00 Rexall Blapkberry Cordial A purely vegetable cordial for summer complaint, dysentery or cholera morbus. Every bottle guaranteed or money refund ed. Sold only at our store. Price, large bottle,' - 25c Cigars Special for Saturday 5 Cedulas , 25c f 5 Brod-Vana 25c -" ' 5 Slmberts '"'". '. , 25c , ' . 4 7-20-4's : 25c 7 W.&B. Latest, , 35o 6 La Preferencias (New Opera) ." 25c OUR SODA FOUNTAIN continues to be a favorite for the best that there is to be had at a fountain. The only liquid iceless fountain in the city. Our Syrups and Fruits do not contain preservatives and our dispensers strive to serve all drinks and ices as they should be served. Try our ices: they will please. Ice Cream by the pint or quart to take out Cascara Tabids, 5 grains each The regular '5 . Cascara chocolate coated tablet so popular with many as a laxative. Positive in action and pleasant to take. Bottle of 100 tablets. Regular price 50c Our price 25c. , ; Writing Paper . a by the box or in bulk at lowest prices. 25c boxes Saturday at 35c boxes Saturday at -50c boxes Saiurday at Pound of Lord Baltimore 15c 29c 39c 25c Our Motto: "Quality, Safety and Cui Prices" The Red Cross Pharmacy Burlington. Aug. 30. Colonel Theo dore Roosevelt . closed the first day of his three days' campaign tour of Ver mont with two speeches in this city last evening, the firHt at -The Strong theatre and the second in the armory. ,Afc all the places where he stopped during the day, as in Burlington, he was greeted by large audiences who liad waited a long time, as the speaker was consider ably behind his schedule. Col. Kooscvelt spoke first at Benning ton, leaving that village at noon, in stead of 10:30 as planned. For thut reason the Rutland audience had to wait from 1 o'clock until 4 before he put in an appearance. His arrival at Middle- bury was delayed until after 6 o'clock. and his first appearance in tun "lty was shortly before 10 o'clock, t.'ol. RooRevelt snoke in Dart as follows: Here in ermont 1 leel that we have peculiar right to appeal on behalf of the rrogresfive party. iou men and women of Vermont represent the very type of American citizens to whom wt must trust when we strive to make this government really a government by the people themselves in the interest of all the people and not of any one class of the people. . "From the days of Ethan Allen to the present time, the people of Vermont have sustained the same character for rugged independence and for the posses sion of a strong individual initiative combined with the ability to co-operate one with another. These are the very qualities that we are endeavoring to make more widespread in this republic of ours and to develop as basis in our government. The national Progressive platform, lik( your own Progrensivi plattorm here in Vermont.' represents a radically new departure when compared with any of the political platforms of the last 40 years. But the principles that our platform contains are not ne. They are fundamentally the principles oi Lincoln, the principles of Washington. What is new is that we Progressives are trying in good faith to apply these principles to the actual and vital needs of the present day, instead of confining ourselves to praimng our forefather for having applied them to the needs of their days. . "In 1S60 it wa of no use merely to profess allegiance ta the principles of 1776 j what was necessary then was to apply these principles' to the current year. So we in our turn must not con fine ourselves to praising the men of Lincoln's time ,for ,thevway ..lljey met issues ' that were Iivinir then but are dead now; we must hake the principles of Abraham Lincoln and apply them to the issues of the present day. The na tional Progressive convention at Chicago thus applied the principles of 1770 and 18U0 to the issues of 1912. No Hope in Old Parties. ' "Both of the old parties, 6n the con trary, have confined themselves t threshing ver again the old Btraw. There, is not one particle of hope for social or economic- reform contained in the triumph of either the Democratic or Republican parties. Each is moss-ridden and' privilege-controlled. - Neither dares to face, the real issues of to-day. Each proposes sham remedies and tries to dis tract the attention of the people from their real needs by the empty sound and fury with which they quarrel over false issues. The two old parties have utterly lost touch with the facts of modern eco nomic life, and they serve no other pur pose than that of screens each for its own sinister alliantf of crooked politi cians and crooked financiers who rule and pillage with impunity. "It is no wonder that where this is the case the average man grows to regard politics as 'a game between two sets of sharpers at the expense of a muddle headed public.'' Instead of a representa tive government outs has become an un representative government, and the pop ular will is continually frustrated by the - politicians, misrepresented in , the legislature, set at naught by the courts, and trampled on by the forces of privi lege. Neither of the old parties shows even the least faint promise of breaking up this condition of affairs. The tri umph of either would perpetuate it. The leaders of neither show even a understanding of what the problem means. There a netlnng in either the Republican or the Democratic platform which so much as hints at even an un derstanding of , what: issues are really vital. to our people. "The Progressive platform, on the con trary, boldly grapples with these issues. Remember that loyalty to a name often means the most dreadful disloyalty to the principle for which that name once stood. In I860 loyalty to the parties of Jefferson, Jackson" and Henry Clay could find expression .only by . repudiating of the parties that still bore the names of thom great men and joining the new Republican partr, so in our day we can be loyal to the Republicanism of Lincoln by scornfully tossing aside the Republi canism that dances in fetters of corrup tion under the whips of Penrose, Barnet and Guggenheim. The Progressive party is the only party of to-day which in any shape or way represents the Republican party of Lincoln a time, and in reality it is a continuation of Lincoln's party. State and National Campaigns Linked.' "Now her"e in Vermont remember that your state campaign is hitched with tiu national campaign. 1 his is so in the first place because our opponents, repre senting both the old machines, are doinf everything they can to elect their respec tive candidates here with the avowed purpose of thereby Influencing the effect in other states, "It is so in the next place because our Progressive .platform deals with great reforms which must be largely accom plished through state action no less than through national action. No man has a. right to call himself a Progressive at all if he is supporting either of the old parties, whether in the nation or in the several states. Keither of these old par ties has shown the slightest understand ing of the need for social and economic reform, ( jtVhoever supports either of "It's the Borax with the Soap that does the Work!" What 20 Mule Team Borax saves in the Laundry 20 Mule Team Borax, used with any good laundry soap, reduces the soap bill one-half. 20 Mule Team Borax saves the clothes eliminating the wear and tear of hard rubbing. 20 Mule Team Borax makes the white clothes whiter without injury to them. ; 20 Mule Team Borax brightens the colored clothes will not fade them. ' 20 Mule Team Borax softens flannels will not shrink them. 20 Mule Team Borax dissolves grease, and makes the work about the kitchen easier. 20 Mule Team Borax makes the hardest water soft indispensable in the laundry ideal for bathing purposes. BORAX SOAP CHIPS Borax Soap Chips take the place of bar soap. Used in combination with 20 Mule Team Borax the cleansing value of full strength Borax ia shown, - and at a saving of labor and money. it ii M it m "WODv.M."" L Wlf 1 20-Mmf-Trvu mm. Ask your dealer today tor 20 Mule Team Borax. Sold in packages only (Continued on aixtb page.) SUMMER SULTRY DAYS Have Come at Last Ease and comfort just now will go a great way fward rendering life worth living, and this you can secure through comfortable furni ture. . Why not have a cheerful, cosy porch for the comfort of yourself and your friends? Wc have everything in the line of Porch Fur niture, and the prices are right. It would pay you to call and examine them. H. J. VOLHOLM Stur PhoB 311-1 Mala and Cast Stat Streets Hons Phona 314-2 MONTPEUEK. VT. , RANDOLPH. Mrs. William Burns and Sirs. James hi teheed of Chateaugay, N. Y., arrived here l liursda y and are guests of Mrs. VV, V. Kdson and her sister, ;Miss Maud Johnston. - Mrs. V. S. NefT and her son, from Meridcn, Conn., who have been with Mrs, K. ('. NefT two weeks, left for their home on Thursday. ; The Federated church Sunday school held its picnic in the grounds belonging to Mrs. It. J. Kimball, near the river bark of Montague place, on ThursJay. Announcement has been received here of the marriage of Miss Ida Lell Flint, only daughter of Mrs. J.ucmna c. I leve land of this place, and Harold Asa Skin ner of Boston, Mass., on Wednesday, Aug. 2S, at the First Baptist church in FRECKLE - FACE New Remedy That Removes Freckles or ' Costs Nothing. : Here's a chance Miss Freckle-Face, to try a new remedy for freckles with the guarantee of a reliable dealer that it will not cost you a penny unless it removes the freckles, while if it does give you a clear complexion, the ex pense is trifling. Simply get an ounce of othine dou blo strength, from any tint-class drug gist in tne city, and one night's treat ment will show you how easy it is to rid yourself of the homely freckles and get a beautiful complexion. , Rarely is more than one ounce needed for the worst case. , Be sure to ask any first-class drug gist in the city for. the double strength othine, as this is the only prescrip tion sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove freckles. Wear HUB RUBBERS next winter Cambridge, Mass. The ceremony was performed by Bev. Robert Cameron and was followed by a luncheon, served bv a caterer, at 10 Chatham street, where the bride and groom are to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Skinner left at once for an ex tended wedding trip. Mrs. Lucinda Cleveland, the mother of the bride, and Misnes Bertha and Evelyn Manney went to Boston to attend the wedding. Mrs. Skinner has . lived in town for many years previous to her going to Boston and is well known by the young people here, where she attended the high school. Mrs. Maria Morse of Tlaintield, who has been visiting her son, N. N. Morse, left for her home on Thursday. Mrs. Morse was accompanied as far as Mont pelier and Mr. and Mrs. l'liny Morse, who went on to Bnrre for a short stay. Sirs. Warren Church, who has been visiting in Barre and Hardwick for a week, arrived home Wednesday night. Mirs Mary Jameson, who is a teacher of art in a city school, was in towi Thursday, visiting at the home of Mrs. I). C. Woodward and Miss Ella Skinner, leaving here that night. Miss Jameson will sail for Europe early next week, where she will continue her studies. Frank Griswold sustained a slight shock of paralysis on Wednesday, which affected one side and caused it to be nearly useless for a time. Mrs. E. L. Taplin arrived from Barre Monday and w-as the guest of Mrs, E. E. Campbell till "to-day. Mrs. J. E. McCall and her niece, Miss Gertrude Hernandez of Xew York, ar med here from Magnolia Beach on Wednesday night, and Mrs. McCall is being entertained by Mrs. G. E. Cush man during her stay here, while Miss Hernandez is the guest of Miss Carlotta Wiswall. Miss Myrtle Rowell, who has been passing the summer with her parents, Sir. and Mrs. M. C. Rowell, left Tues day night for Kansas City, Mo. A 22 Kt. Golden Rule. Insure for others as you would that they should insure for you. National Life Ins. Co., nf Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence build ing, Montpelier, Vt. Big Doctors Bill Man With Sore Feet Spends $700.00 on Them A True Story, Vouched for by Levengood and, Strick ler, druggists of Latrobe, Pa. "Here is one of the greatest testimo nials I have ever heard. "George Umoltis from Atlantic "So. 2, a coal plant near here, bought two pack ages of EZO, and in about three or four weeks he came in and told me that he wanted to have it advertised, and said, 'I am willing to. pay all charges, because I want the peopli; to know how good it is.' He told me that' for seven years he hadn't stood on his feet; He spent $700.00 for doctor bills, and he only used one package of EZO and can run and jump like a boy. He was all smiles about EZO." The Red Cross Pharmacy sells EZO, a refined ointment for sore, aching, weary feet, for 25c a jar. Special price on house dresses, largest assortment in the city. Paris Shirtwaist House. Take in Time the proper help to rid your system of the poisonous bile which causes headaches, flatulence and discom fort. By common consent - the proper and the best help is BEECHAM'S PILLS Sold varywhar la bexM 10a, 2 Sc. A usmniess Statement ... ... Exchanges Barre,, Montpelier, Waterbury, Randolph Number of telephones, 3,250, (Barre 1,346, Montpelier 1;618.) Number of lines, 1005, (Barre 447, Montpelier 488.) Towns operated. 20 towns in Washington and Orange counties. Feet of underground conduit, 6,514, comprising 26,139 feet single duct. Feet of underground cable, 14,582, comprising 669 miles of copper wire. Number of poles. 9,187, carrying 2,252 miles of iron wire. Feet of aerial cable, 75,186, comprising 1,400 miles of copper wire. Total amount invested in plant, $225,000. Number of local calls per day, 15,039, (Barre 7,487, Montpelier 7,552.) Number of calls per day between Barre and Montpelier, 800 to 900. Number of toll calls per day, 600 to 700. Average number of local calls per station per day, 5. Number of calls in one "busy hour" of day, 10 per cent of total calls. Square feet of floor space occupied, 6,500, (Barre 2,000, Montpelier 4,000.) Value of supplies used yearly, $15,000 to $20,000. Number of toll-lines to adjoining towns and cities, 43. Number of lines between Barre and Montpelier, 15. ' . Number of employees, 53, (male 18, female 35.) We pay to employees in wages yearly $30,000, the greater part of which is spent locally. ' ' . .iL I 425,000 telephones in . New England. We connect with J 4000,000 telephones in the United States. Every telephone is the center of the system. Every telephone is a long distance station. ONE POLICY ONE SYSTEM UNIVERSAL SERVICE If you are not a subscriber now, why not? Vermont Telephone & Telegra oil Co.