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Till: BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMB ER 13. 1912.
"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 WILLIAMSTOWN. lillliilSi ZOMirrT-Triu chips H bar soap. Used in combination with 20 Mule Team Borax the cleansing value of full strength Borax is shown, and at a saving of labor and money. Ak your dealer today for 20 Mule Team Borax. Sold in packages only WATERBURY. The ladies' union hold a very pleasant mffMnjr with Mrs. F. E. Steele, jr., oil Tuesday afternoon. Schools have opened with a good at tendance, most of the teachers return ing. The two new teachers. Miss Car- f enter in the grammar grade and Miss looker in the high school, are from the Morrisville school. Miss Elsie J. Morse, who has not been feeling quite, as well, is more comfort able again.' Miss BlisSt-who cared for her through the summer, has gone to the home of Addie Sawyer in Moretoun. Mrs. Tarbell is now caring for her. Many are regretting the removal of Mr. Brady and family from town. Mr. I'radv has been a very successful tailor and his family much liked. Better decoration of. Rr'--'-oms is one of the aims of an asso. for na- Vional culture recently formed in Italy. AVIATORS DEPRESSED. Mourn Death of Peck, but Will Fly, Nevertheless. Chicago, Sept. 13. The aviation meet of the Aero club of Illinois, which is scheduled to last 10 days, started yes terday at 3 oc'clock on Cicero held. More than a score of American and foreign aviators are entered for the events, the prizes for which aggregate $2-1,000. Although the aviators were somewhat downhearted over the fatal plunge of l'aul l'eck at the Held Wednesday after noon none of them gave any indication of withdrawing from the races. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver D. Bacon of Mor risville are spending a few days in town as the guest of Mrs. Belle Covell. (ieorge K. B(tworth of Berlin, former ly jeweler and newsdealer here, was in town on business yesterday. Among the young people of the town who are employed elsewhere as teach ers are the following: Edward L. Clark, principal of high school at New bury; Mmdo A. Campbell, teacher of grammar school at Granitevillc: Sadie A. Boyee, grammar school in Chelsea; Marion Lasell, West Fairlee; Kather ine M. Cnrlin, West Burke; Winifred L, Jeffords, Marshfleld; Esther Call, Cab ot; Myrtie Seavcr, Longmeadow, Mass. Charles M. Edson took an automo bile party to the fair at St. Johnsbury yesterday, leaving here before 6 o'clock. The party included Guy K. Martin, Leon E. McAllister, Norman Pratt and W. E. Lougee. - Harry Whitney 'has finished work for A. W. Allen, Barre, and is at home for a time. John A. Perry got a bad fall while at work for Orville Gale the Dth, caused by the breaking of a board on which he was standing while reaching up to take some measurements. He struck on his head and shoulders, shaking him up had ly, besides cutting his tongue. Mrs. Annie L. Marshall of Randolph has recently visiteu melius in town. Clayton Spencer, who was a member of the class of 1010, W. II. S., recently made a short visit to his old home. He will enter Tufts' this fall, and will have for roommate John B. Smith, Goddard, 11)12. Dana Drew, who- has been visiting at F. C. Little's this summer, has returned to his home in Huston, Mass,, accom panied by Floyd Little, who will stay in Boston and attend school. Clinton R. Wilfore went to St. Johns bury yesterday for a few days' visit at the home of Mrs. Wilfore's father, Hans Anderson. Mrs. Kolam! Lougee and daughter, Myhtie, of Wet Lebanon, N. II., have lately visited' relatives in town. Makes Pimples Go Remarkable How Zemo Clears the Face of Pimples and All Other Blemishes. With the finger tips apply a little Zemo" to the Bkin, then see the pirnples and blackheads vanish. Zemo is a liquid, not a smear, leaves no trace, just sim ply sinks in and does the work. You will be astonished to find how quickly eczema, rash, dandruff, itch, liver spots, salt rheum and all other skin diseases are cured. Zemo is put up bv the E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is regularly sold by all druggists at $1 for the large bottles, but you can get a liberal size trial bottle for only 2.1 cents. And this trial bottle is guaran teed. You surely will find Zemo a won der. Oft a bottle now. Endorsed and sold by leading druggists everywhere, and. in Barre by Red Cross Pharmacy. N0RTHFIELD FALLS. WEST CORINTH. GRANITEVILLE. There will be an entertainment given by the Socialist local of Graniteville in the Miles hall Friday evening, Sept. 13. All Socialists and those in sympathy with the movement are extended a cor dial invitation to attend. Bring along the ladies. Table Linen to Jewelry FREE for Babbitt's Trade-marks Many kinds of useful and beautiful presents can be obtained absolutely free. All you need do is to cut the trade-marks from the wrappers and labels of B. T. BABBITTS Best Soap 1778 Soap Powder Borax Soap Naptha Soap-White Floating Soap Pure Lye or Potasb Babbitt's Cleanser Choose articles you wish from our premium list then start to save trade-marks. You 11 be surprised to see how quickly they count up. When you have the required number, mail them to us and de sired article will be sent promptly. Babbitt's Soaps last longer, do the work bet ter and much easier. Mrs. George Burroughs visited in Ber lin several days recently. Miss Horsford, who has a summer home here, is in town for a month. J. J. Dushner of Washington was in town Tuesday, looking after real es tate business here and in Oookville. Mrs. A. J. Cross of Yershire visited friends in town Tuesday. The dance that was to have ben held at Gordon's hall Thursday evening has been postponed until sometime the com ing week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Speare were in Montpelier Saturday, Mrs. S. A. Matton visited in Yer shire Friday and Saturday, Mrs. Winnie Wiggins returning home with her. Charile Smith of Montpelier is stop ping with his sister, Mrs. Arthur Gor don, for a time. Arthur Gordon and Lewis True took the household goods of B. J. Wiggins to Bradford Thursday, where he rented a tenement. Mrs. Morse of New Jersey came Tues day and is stopping with Mrs. Cham berlin. Rev. Mr. Watt of Barre is in town in the interest of the American Baptist society "and will hold' meetings Wednes day and Thursday evenings at the Bap tist church. Mrs. L. I. Heath left Monday for Con cord to spend a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs, Charles Wiggins. MARSHFIELD. 1 PES IfEiZpjM n noun ppP PURE & I All deales in this vicinity carry the goods. Address mail orders to B. T. BABBITT. Inc., Box 1770, New York City eibus The Marshfleld Stars and Hardwick Yannigans .will cros bats at Marsh fleld Saturday afternoon at 3.30, play? ing On the meadow of Homer Carpen ter, on the river road, about a half-mile below the village. A good game is cxr pected. Admission to the grounds, 15c for gents, ladies free; ' Elbridge Rosebrook was home a week from Groveton with a sore foot, caused by a poison getting into a knife wound. He returned to his work Thursday. . . Road Commissioner Rosebrook finished the permanent road job on the depot road last Tuesday, doing a'very credit able job. Among those to attend school out' of town are Mamie Tanner, Goddard sem inary; Edmund and Harold Pike, Mont pelier seminary; ' Harry Mears, Ralph Hollister at Goddard seminary, Shanghai has- a modern kindergarten, and more are to be established... If. F. DeRosia has moved from Mrs. Sarah Stevens' house to the house re cently vacated by Will Legier. An automobile owned by the Mont pelier Garage Co., came near a serious accident while returning from the North field fair Tuesday evening. While at tempting to pass a team, they got too near the bank near Lewis Johnson's place and the auto left , the road, so it required the services of a pair of horses to get it back. The first tent show known to visit the Falls, entertained the natives on Wednesday evening with "Uncle Tom's Cubin." John Legier and daughter, Mary, and Hattie Legier, arc visiting in Chazy, N. Y. Mrs. Emeline Stickney and Mrs. F. A. Barrett of Montpelier visited Mary Pol lard last week. Miss Grace Locklin returned to East Barre Saturday, where she is teaching school. Miss Ellen Hubbard and Miss Dorothy Burnham, her niece, have returned to their home in Waltham, Mass., after spending their vacation at W. II. 15a-j con's. 1 Mrs. Mary Dunsmore and Madge j Moody left for Boston Monday. George Stevens is visiting in New Hampshire for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hurley and chil dren of Phoenix, Ariz., are visitors of Mrs. Mary Hurley, Mr. Hurley's moth er. Mrs. Ella Berry met wth a serious accident last week Thursday, while as sisting at Roy Williams' place, which he recently purchased of her, bv falling down stairs, breaking two ribs audi bruising herself very badly. She is do-' ing as well as could be expected at the present writing. Mrs. Ernest Brennor and son, Harold, of Rutland, returned to their home Fri day, after a few days' visit at Michael Kennedy's, Mrs. Brennor's father. DENVERITES BEGIN FIGHT. Motion to Quash Indictments. Argu ments Next Week. Denver, Col., Sept.' 13. The fifty grand jury indictments returned Tuesday against city officials, owners of property and residents of Denver's segregated dis trict were attacked in court to-day by a plea in abatement and a motion to quash. Arguments will be heard next week. The motion to quash cites a provision of the city charter which it is claimed gives the fire and police board exclus ive control of the "red light district" and removes such regulation from juris diction of the court. Counsel agrees that if these points are sustained it will result in the release of Mayor Hen ry K. Arnold, former Mayor Robert W. Speer and other city officials against whom indictments were issued. As the seque) of newspaper accusation that featured largely in the Citizens party campaign in the city and county election lust spring, more than a score of men gave bond yesterday in the criminal division of the district court to answer special grand jury indictments charging variously bribery, misuse of the city's street, theft of franchise, open ting disorderly houses, renting proper ty for such purposes, neglect of duty in non-enforcement of laws and obstruc ting public streets. In all, forty-six bills were returned upon the testimony of many witnesses, some of whom are under bond to remain in the city, and some of whom are in jail for lack of bond. Mayor Arnold and his predecessor, Robert W, Speer, are charged with fail ure to enforce the laws against open vice, as also are the present and former chiefs of police and the fire and police boards, both past and present. The of ficial of the local telephone and tele graph companies are charged with ob structing the streets and the Interna tional Trust company officials are charged with renting property for il legal purposes. Made Her Well Woman. Mrs. W. P. Valentine of Camden, N. J., says: "I suffered with pains in my back and side, sick headaches, no ap petite, was tired and nervous all the time. Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound made me a well woman and I wish other suffering women would avail themselves of this valuable remedy." For nearly forty years Lydia E. Pink ham'g Vegetable Compound has been the DO YOUR SHOPPING BY MAIL WE give the same attention to our mail orders that we eive to personal orders at our counters and you can shop with the same advantages and receive exactly the same merchandise at the same prices as though you came personally to the store to shop. No matter where you live we bring our store and merchandise to you through our advertise ments in The Boston Sunday Papers and offer you the world's best of everything, at the lowest prices. Order by Mail. Houghton & Dutton Co. l&l NEW ENULA.NL) S Cm 13 AT UASU STUlvfc. gO BOSTON, MASS. standard remedy for female ills, and no sick woman does herself justice who will not try this famous medicine, made from roots and herbs, The Secret of Southern Beauty A dazzling complexion, made and kept soft, smooth and clear by the harmless beautifier Wilson's Freckle Cream It will positively remove freckles, tan. sun burn and clear the skin, or we give your money back. Try it, new. RED CROSS PHARMACY. for and other skin troubles Wear Hub Rubbers next . winter They Don't Drip Oil The neatest woman that ever lived would consider a Sharpies Dairy Tubular Cream Separator an ornament in her kitchen. That's because Tubiilars are neat- have no oil cup, oil holes or oil tubes to drip. You don't need an oil can for Tubulars. Tubulars are Neat To oil the Dairy Tubular, simply lift the gear case lid once a week and pour a spoonful of oil right down among the gears. The oil stay there. The lubri cation is perfect and never forgotten. There is no dripping on the floor. Both men and . women appreciate that and the many other exclusive fine points about Tubulars fine points other sepa rators don't have. Tubulars double dairy profits and cut the work in half. Come in and see the Tubular examine it. inside and out -next time you're in town. Welcome to look at every piece and the pieces are few, because the Tubular is very simple. J. L. ARKLEY, Barre, Vt. It is truly remarkable how Cadum makes pirnples disappear. Mo matter now many icmcui tried, you can take fresh courage, because Cadum is different from anything else. It is antiseptic, destroys disease germs and begins healing with the first appli cation. Trial box ioc. Large box 25c. At druggists. FARM TALK You have a lot of things now to make the pigs thrive small potatoes, apples, pumpkins, corn, etc., etc., and the way to cook these things is in a "Farmer Boiler." Don't monopolize the kitchen stove, and then holler because dinner isn't ready on time a 50 gal. Boiler only costs $12.50, and it will be useful for heat ing water when you come to dress these same pigs. Buy one of these Boilers, and you will wonder how you ever got along without it. A. W. ALLEN, Averill Milk ICut P u n M n ii ii - u n n rices; uuit rricesi xwl at the RED CROSS PHARMACY f p rices!! X X 9 : Kodaks and Camera Supplies. We carry a full line. Trices $1.00 to $750O. We develop Films at 10c a roll and finish the prints at lowest prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. t j it , : Whisk Brooms The best one we ever car ried just received. Trices range from 10c to 50c Tooth Brushes We guarantee that the bristles will not come out. If they do we give a new brush free of charge. Parisian Ivory Mirrors, Combs, Cloth Brushes, Buffers and other arti cles. This is beautiful material; the finest that skill can produce and pleases all who have seen it. Lasts a life time. Let tis show you. Rexall Blackberry 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 Our Third Annual Watch Sale Saturday occurs our Third Annual Sale of Rexall Watches. These are warranted me chanically correct and just the thing for the shop or. school. More than 300 have been sold by us and are in the hands of satisfied users. Any repairs needed within one year are done free. Sold with a guarantee. Nickel or gun metal cases. SATURDAY SPECIAL 93 cents Not a toy but a real watch. Advertised Medicines See Our Prices Keg. Vtce Onr Trice ATWOOD'S BITTERS '. .2:. .17 GLOBE TILLS 25 .15 CASTORIA 35 .23 M'RUT FICS 50 ' .39 FATHER JOHN'S 1.00 .71 DOAVS TILLS 50 .39 RWAMT-ROOT 1.00 .e CUTICl'RA SOAP 25 .20 GARFIELD TEA 25 .17 BEECIIAMS TILLS 25 .17 FELLOWS SYR. IIYPOTHOS 1 .'.() 105 SCOTT'S EMULSION 1.00 .69 LIVER SALTS 75 .50 HORLICK'S MALTED MILK 1.00 .75 M ELLEN'S FOOD 75 .55 HOOD'S SARS A PAR ILL A 1.00 .76 MINARD'S LINIMENT 25 .17 SAL HETAT1CA 25 .21 LYDIA TIXKDAM'S $1.00 $071 DANDER1NE , 50 .41 MUX VOX'S TAW TAW 1.00 .65 FOLEY'S KIDNEY REM 1.00 .65 TERUXA $1.00 .69 MILK RCGAS. MERCK'S 40 3 for $1.00 DIATETS1N 50 .39 RHOI T'S RHEUMATIC l.Oo .69 DEWITT'S KIDNEY TILLS LOO .69 at j. JS PMiJ fit-. 'L Mi GTv IS Everything for the Ladies' Toilet. Manicure Goods by single pieces or otherwise; Combs, Hair Brushes or other necessary articles at low est prices. Talcum Powders Reg. Our Trice. IT ice. COLGATE'S VIOLET ... .25 .15 COLGATE'S CASHMERE .25 .15 COLGATE'S DACTYL1S. .25 . .15 SANITOL 25 .15 MULE TEAM 25 .17 PALMER'S 25 .16 COMFORT .25 .17 MENNEN'S 25 .17 CORYLOPSIS 25 .16 WILLIAMS 25 .15 EUT1IYMOL 25 .16 SQUI BBS 25 .19 HARMONY .25 19 SODENTA .25 .19 OUR MOTTO: Safety, Quality and Cut Prices. THE RED CROSS 160 North Main Street 3 PHARMACY 'Where Quality Counts" THE STORE THAT WANTS YOUR TRADE