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THE IiARllE DAILY TIMES. I5ARRE. VT.. TUESDAY; SEI'TEMHEH 24.
. 30,000 VOICES
And Many Are the Voices of Bane
, People.
! Thirty thousand voices What a grand
' chorus! And that's the number of
American men mid women who are pub
licly praising Doan's Kidney Tills for
relief from backache, kidney and bladder
ills. They any it to friends. They tell
it in the home papers. Itarre people are
.in this chorus. Here's a liarre case:
I Mrs. M. Dtithie, .'H South Main street,
liarre, Vt., cays: " e have used Doan s
Kidney l'il's in our family and from
ithe benefit received, I am pleased to rec
loinmend them. For years a member of
jthe household has taken Doiin's Kidney
'rills whenever she has had pains serosa
,t!ie small of her back or in her side.
They also cured her of bladder trouble
and she has often remarked how ex-
client they are."
For sale bv all dealers. Trice, "0 cents,
Foster-Milburn Co., iiuffalo, New York,
eole agents for the I'nited States.
i Remember the name Doau's and
.' take no other.
CHELSEA.
MONTPELIEB,
Death of Mrs. Ely Goddard Smith, After
Long Illness.
1 Mrs. Ely Goddard Smith, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Robert, died
yesterday after a long illness with in
testinal tuberculosis, following an at
tack of typhoid fever. ; For twenty-two
weeks she had been conflened to the bed.
Edith U. Robert was born in Montpel
ier Sept. 21, lH'M), and attended school
here. On June 24. lilll, she was mar-
jried to Mr. Smith. Slie is survived by
I her husband, parents, a sister, Mildred
A. Roberts of this city, a half-brother
land two half-sisters. The funeral will
'.lie held to-morrow afternoon, Rev. J.
'Edward Wright officiating,
i Arthur D. Silloway, formerly a letter
carrier in this city and later an employe
of the street railway and the lighting
companies, died in Burlington yester
day, after a long illness with kidney
trouble. Mr. Silloway was born in Ber
lin in 19(19. He learned the carpenter's
trade and worked at it for some time.
About a year and a half ago he went to
JUirlington, where he had employment
at the municipal lighting plant. He is
survived by a wife and two children.
The funeral is to be held here to-morrow
afternoon, Rev. A, H. Webb of .North
field olliciating.
Harry Hand, employed at the Central
Vermont round house at Montpelier
Junction, got one hand caught Saturday
as he was helping raise the coal hoist,
and two fingers were so badly crushed
that he was taken to Ileaton hospital,
where the tip of one was removed. He
had been employed at the Junction only
about ten days.
WILLIAMSTOWN.
Barn of Charles Holden Was Struck by
Lightning Recently.
The barn of Charles Holden was
struck by lightning during the electrical
storm of the 21st, the bolt tearing oiT
Baddleboards, shingles and also damag
ing boarding and timbers. Fortunately
the barn was not Ret on fire. Mr. Holden
and family were in the house, which
is some distance from the barn, and
felt the shock plainly, the explosion
seeming to be in the room they were
occupying. Altogether, it was a very
narrow escape.
Frank Bruce and Perley G. Hurlbut,
both former residents and now living
in Randolph, were in town yesterday.
Mr. Hurlbut expects to enter the em
ploy of Sargent, Osgood and Roundy
t rv. l
The annual meeting of the Village Im
provement society for the election of
oflioers will be held with Mrs. Martha
Poland on the evening of Friday, the
27th mst. All members are requested
to be present.
I Mr. McLean, who lives on the farm
long owned by Daniel Townshend about
Jhulf way to Graniteville, offers 8 cows
and a quantity ot other stock, includ
ing several horses for sale at auction
cn Thursday, Sept. 28, at one o'clock
p. in. C. F. Smith, auctioneer.
Miss Emma Adams is out of town and
,is' reported to have returned to Norwich
where she is employed as teacher.
Gladys Rowell wishes to extend her
inanKs to tnose who so kindly assisted
her in winning the $10 in the prelimi
nary contest conducted bv the Williams
town Herald, and will lie grateful for
any further assistance her friemlB wish
to give her.
ROCHESTER.
Mrs. Alliert Tucker and daughter of
Warren have been visiting friends in
town.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Farr have re
turned from their wedding trip and will
reside in Rochester. ,
Arthur Robinson and Dr. Millett
Huntington have been away on an auto
trip to Malone and Potsdam, N. Y.
Mrs. Charles Emerson has closed her
liouse for the summer and the Huff
family have returned to Brook line,
Mass.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Gaylo Eaton Sept. 17.
Mrs. A. L. Morse was one of the as
sistants at the W; C. T. U. tent at the
State fair last week.
Miss Lelin Tinkham is at home for a
three weeks' vacation and is entertain
ing friends from Canada and Xorway.
Wallace Wing of Oregon is visiting
iiis parents.
What We Never Forget,
according to science, are the things as
sociated with our early home life, such
as Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, that mother
or grandmother used to cure our burns,
boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts,
sprains or bruises. Forty years of cures
prove its merit. Unrivaled for piles,
corns or cold sores. Only 25 cents at
the Red Cross Tharmacy.
3331X3 33133 05.Jfe C2E0
Roy M. Cokey is working for E. D.
Barnes as clerk at the Orange County
hotel and is attending the high school.
Although the weather., was unfavor
able, last week, B. A. Goodrich, Ch'irles
M. Goodrich, W. W. Underbill and L. A.
Farrington attended the State Fair
each day, each one carrying an aulomo
bile loail and Hale W. Mattoon ran his
auto truck to the fair Wednesday Dnd
Friday, the first day carrying twenty
passenger and the last day he carried
twenty-six.-
Mrs. Hale K. Darling went to Brattle
boro last Fridi.' to remain for a fuw
days with her husband who has a tem
porary engagement to fill in the office
of Gen. Clark C. Fitts.
Ray Thorne, the oldest son of Mr.
and Mr. Eugene G. Thorne went re
cently to Rowley, Mass.. whera ha has
employment on s 'rait farm.
Sheriff B. H. Adams of this town,
Sheriff-clect-Edward W. Kent of Ran
dolph and Deputy She'll? James 0.
Kendall of Strafford here on duty as
officials at the State fair li st, week. .
Mrs. Ada Wh'h'ev lias gone to Mass
achusetts and will visit fii;::ls in Bos
ton and Wakefield, Mass , for n few
weeks.
Frank, the only son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Maples who live put across the
line in the south part of Washington,
stepped on a rmti wire reeentlv, u por
tion or the "lite, wlue'i !)e'ict'0i.n the
foot, broke off and vemaine.l in tht foot
for several days, which resu'tel in what
was feared was a well -lev eloped cas.i
of tetanus. A surgeon was called and
a counsel of physicians was held, and it
was not thought by the counsel that
there was one chance in a hundred for
the boy; but thoy fought for that otm
chance. and after two or throe dajs th?
boy's muscles relaxed and he t"ane
al It; to open V -no'it'i un.l take ronr-
ishmcnt. Without some unexpected
feature develops his recovery is looked
for.
Mrs. Millard V George spent last
week in Ibmlolp'i n' the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Alon.o H. Powers.
Hiram Morse was culled ti Plainlield,
X. H. recently lv the death of his twin
brother. In Mr. Morse's immediate
family there wen; seven sons, of which
he is the only one now living.
Fred A. Ordway left last Friday for
the Xcw York markets to purcliase fall
and winter goods fur the firm of Ord
way, Holmes & Co.
Miss Janette Marshall, wlw haa been
spending several weeks at the home of
her brother, Dr. A. T. Marshall, has re
turned to her homo :n Rot .on.
At the auction sal? ? personal prop
erty belonging to Fred D. Alger, who
lives on the West hill, last Saturday af
ternoon, the attendance was not large
and property as ,i rule brought only
fair prices.
Millard F. Cev.yc vas at White
River Junction !-sl week in attendance
at the state fair witli an exhibit of
the Perfect Self-Locking stanchion,
which is manufactured by the Chelsea
Manufacturing Co.
Mr. and Mr-. Amos B. Wright re
turned home last, week from a two
weeks' visit to friends in Nashua and
Manchester, X. II.
Mrs. George M. Kenncy. wiio Asides
in the southern! of the village, recently
fractured her shoulder anil she U being
cared for by her granddaughter, Mis
Nina Gabree, of Mmtpe'icr
Madam Emily Perkins sustained a
severe shock recently, and grave doubts
of her recovery uro entertained her
f iends.
Misses Xoxon and W'cki. two nrlM
from New York C. who have been !u
town for several weeks paintiii?" nmny
landscape scenes of the surrounding'
country, have returned to their home.
Dearborn & argent, wo.i have con
ducted an ice cream parlor and grocery
connected with the same nt the stand
formerly conducted bv O. F. Allen, have
I sold out the business to R. R. Chamber-
lin of Concord, X. If., who is a son of
Hatch V. Lhumherlm of this town.
Possession was given Saturday, and it
is rumored that the ne"proprictor. who
has had many years of experience- in the
meat business, will run in ronmvtion
with the . business, an up -to-date mar
ket. This news is verv .ratifying to
our townspeople win reali.e (lie gnat
convenience of a locil meat market.
Everett Spear has enga2"l to work for
Mr. Chamherlin and omiiicneed work
Monday morning.
A special town meeting 's called at
three o'clock, p. in., next Saturday t
see if the town will vote to appropriate
a sum not to exceed eight hundred dol
lars for the purpose of finishing the
two rooms in the new school '.milding
which were not to le. fln'sil under the
original building contract.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. Thompson
are rejoicing over the birth of u daugh
ter, which made her advent into their
home Thursday, Sept. 10th.
IfH
IP BsmmsfHiwiM
Ask your
dealeror JO
Mule Team
Jlorax to
day. Sold
in packages
only.
wii v noon
HOUSEKEEPERS USE
20 Mule Team Borax
Because it softens the hardest water,
sterilizes and whitens the "wash" with
out taking the life out of the clothes.
Keeps the colored clothes bright, the
woolens soft, and prevents shrinking,
it dissolves grease and makes the
work about the kitchen easier,
"It's tbe Borax with the Soap that docs the Work."
BORAX SOAP CHIPS
Borax Soap Chlpi. used In place of son pi
will reduce voursnap bill one-half. A 25c
package will produce better result with
less rubbing than 50c worth of any kind
of bar soap.
IS YOUR CHILD'S
TONGUE COATED?
If Cross, Feverish, Biiious, Stomach Sour,
Give "Syrup of Figs' to Clean
Its Little Clogged-Up
Bowels.
Mother! Don't scold your cross, peev
ish child! Look at the tongue! See if it
is white, yellow and coated! If your
child is listless, drooping, isn't sleeping
well, is restless, doesn't eat heartily or
is cross, irritable, out of sorts witu
everybody, stomach sour, feverish, breath
bad; has stomach ache, diarrluea, sore
throat, or is full of cold, it means this
little ones stomach, liver and 311 feet ot
RANDOLPH.
Miss Maud Inez Putnam Bride of John
W. Lamson.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Put
nam on the Highlands was the scene of
a very pretty wedding Sunday after
noon, when Miss Maud Inez, second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Putnam, was
united in marriage to John Waite Lam
son, youngest boh of Mrs. J. II. Lamson,
by Rev. Eraser Metzger, who used the
Episcopal form of ceremony, with the
single ring service. The ceremony was
witnessed by the immediate families
only. The comers of the parlor had
been decorated inan artistic manner by
II. M. Totnian, and it was in this arch,
with its decorations of pink and white,
that the couple took their place as the
solemn vows were taken. The bride
was becomingly gowned in white chiffon
over white messaline and carried a
boiKpiet of bride's roses, wearing a pearl
and a diamond pendant, the gift of the
groom. Following the ceremony, a wed
ding lunch was served, and the couple
left by automobile for the north, tak
ing the north bound train at Montpel
ier for a short wedding trip. On their
return they will ninke their home in the
house of Mrs. H. V. Tewksbnry.
The bride's going-away suit was of
Copenhagen blue, with white felt hat
am! plume. Xumerous and beautiful
were the gifts, consisting of decorated
china, cut glass, silver and much em
broidered linen. The bride is a popular
young lady, who was graduated from
the high school here, and since that
time has been an efficient teacher in this
vicinity and at Keene, X. H. She has
also Ik'cii a faithful member of the
Bethany church choir of. which church
she is also a communicant. Mr. Lum
son was also a high school student, and
since the completion of his education
has been associated in business with his
father, the late J. H. Lamson, who be
fore his death took both sons in part
nership, and the firm Wcame. .J. II. Lam
son & Sons. Roth have a large circle
of friends, who will extend earnest wish
es for their future happiness in the new
GABRICK'S , MOBILE u FACE.-
It Drove. Sir Joshua Reynolds Into
Fit of Temper. '
This story of an artist's despair while
working on Garrick's portrait is often
printed, but (t Is reproduced in "Dnvid
Garrick and Ills French Friends." with
a footnote saying Unit the experience
was made the material for a French
vaudeville sketch:
It was m easy task to transfer to the
canvas features so changeable. Gar
rick. as a model, threw painters into
despair. Let us listen a moment to
Northcote reluting Sir Joshua Reynolds
experiences:
"When the artist bad worked on the
face till he had drawn It very correct
ly, as be saw it at the time, Garrick
caught an opportunity, while the
bowels are filled with poisons and foul,
constipated waste matter and need a , painter was ijot looking at him. totally
gentle, thorough cleansing at once. I to change his countenance and expres
sive a teaspoontul ot ynip ot l- igs, . ,0 when tbe poor painter patiently
and in a few hours all the c!ogged-up
waste, undigested food and sour bile will
gently move on and out of its little
waste -clogged bowels without nausea,
griping or weakness, and you w ill sure
ly have a well, happy and smiling child
again shortly.
With Syrup of Figs you are not drug
ging your children, being composed en
tirely of luscious figs, senna and aro
ma tics it cannot be harmful, besides
they dearly love its delicious tast
Mothers should always keep Syrup of
v igs Ipmdy. It is the only stomach, liver
and bowel cleanser and regulator needed
a little given to-day will save a sick
chihl to-morrow.
Full directions for children of all ages
ami for grown-ups plainly printed on the
package.
Ask your druggist for the full name,
"Syrup" of Figs and Elixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup Co.
This is the delicious tasting, genuine old
reliable. Refuse anything else offered.
relation and the town will be glad to
welcome them io become permanent
citizens.
GETS-IT For Corns
Really a Wonder
New Wav "ainlers. Safe and Sure.
WASHINGTON.
The condition of Mrs. L. E. Cheney
remains very serious, as she is gradu
ally growing weaker. She is now under
the care of a trained nurse.
Several young peofde were invited to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Xye
Saturday evening, where they were en
tertained for the evening. Refreshments
of ice cream and cake were served and
all had a pleasant evening.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Slocum returned
Saturday from South Royalton, where
they have been the past week. Mr. Slo
cum also attended the state fair.
Mrs. E. S. Demas had an auction Mon
day afternoon to dispose of some per
sonal property. Mr. Demas has been
moved from the hospital in Burlington
to the home of a daughter in Montpel
ier. He continues to improve but very
little.
Walter I. Wood, who left town two
weeks ago to take a position in the
government, mail service, is well pleased
with his work.
"Quit That! GETS-IT Will 'Get' Any
Corn."
The new kind of corn cure; the only
sure kind; the only easy, safe, painless
kind is here. It's what cornpestered
people have been looking for ever since
the age of shoes. Does it really do the
work? Well, just one trial will prove it.
The name of this big surprise is "GETH
IT," because it pets it. You don't have
to wrap your toes in bandages. There
are no plasters, no salves. What is
more, "UETS-IT" will never, absolutely
can't, hurt or make the true flesh sore,
as many other corn "tilings'' do. If it
get on the skin, it won't, can't hurt or
inline the flesh. Apply it in two sec
onds. It's guaranteed, or your money
is refunded.
Your druggist sells "GETS-IT,"
cents per bottle, or direct if you wish,
from fc. Lawrence &. lo Chicago.
Sold in liarre by C. H. Kendrick & Co.,
E. A. Drow n.
R. W. Bucklin of Worcester, Mass.,
arrived on Monday anil was the guest
of his cousin, Mrs. E. A. lianister, over
Monday night.
Mrs. Frank Hardy and sons, Theodore
and Malcolm, from Bradford and Miss
Julia Slack are being entertained by
their brother, R. YY. Slack, and wife this
week.
Harold Gilman, who was married to
Ila Bradish last week, returned on Sun-
lav night to his work in the Vaiighan
store, leaving Mrs. Gilman for a longer
stay with his relatives.
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Chesbro left here
on Monday for St. Johnsbury, to attend
the meeting of the Baptist association,
at its annual session there this week.
LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL, GLOSSY HAIR,
NO DANDRUFF 25 CENT "DANDERINE"
Hair Coming Out? If Dry, Brittle, Thin, or Your Scalp Itches and Is Full of
Dandruff Use "Danderine" and Get Results.
Within ten minutes after an applica
tion of Danderine you cannot iiud a
single trace of dandruff or a loose or
falling hair, and your scalp will not itch,
but what will please you most will.be
after a few weeks' use, when you will
actually see new hair, line and downy
at first yes but really new hair
growing all over the scalp.
A little Danderine will immediately
louble the beauty of vour hair. Xo
difference how dull, failed, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Dau-
rine and carefully draw it through
your hair, taking one small strand at a Danderine.
time. The effect is amazing your hair
will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have
an appearance of abundance; an incom
parable lustre, softness and luxuriance,
the beauty and shimmer of true" hair
health.
Get a 25-oent bottle ' of Knowlton's
Danderine from any drug store or toilet
counter, and prove to yourself to-night
now: that your hair is as pretty and
soft as any that it has been neglected
or injured by careless treatment! that's
all you surely can have beautiful hair
and lots of it if you will just try a little
ANfUSEMENT NOTES.
worked on to alter the picture and
make it like what he then saw. and To-night at Barre Opera House Comes
when Garrick perceived that it was
thus altered he seized another oppor
tunity and changed bis countenance to
it third character, which, when the poor
tantalized artist perceived, he, in a
great rage, threw down his palette and
pencils on the floor, saying he believed
he was painting from the devil and
would do no more to the picture."
Tho "Mikado."
Most people outside Japan are wont
to speak of the "mikado." but really
that title Is obsolete. The Japanese
never use that appellation themselves,
and they do nof like others to do so.
Educated Japanese speak of their sov
ereign as "shnojo sami.," and the or
dinary folk term blm "fenshl sama."
"Tanno". Is the title used In all official
documents, and for the foreigner the
most correct form Is "kotei" that Is,
emperor. Westminster Gazette.
"Bunty Pulls the Strings."
"Bunty Puis the Strings" will be the
attraction at the opera house to-night.
And since it was produced in London
two years ago-r-and its success in the
English metropolis duplicated in Xew
York, Chicago and throughout Canada--it
has been a subject of comment as to
the causes of the wonderful interest
shown in "Bunty.''
The best that can be said is; "Why
do we love our grandniyt hers, and why
do we like the old candelabra, with its
glittering pendants flashing back upon
us all the many colors of the rainbow,
and the tall old corner-boy" slowly
ticking our lives away from the cradle
to the grave, that adorn the old parlor,
better than the modern electric light?
They bring us back to the old days, and
that is the secret of "Bunty's" success.
Nothing seems planned. The charae
ters seem to just live before lis, and
there is no suggestion of a plot or cli
max to offend the sensitive ear, and
while you have not made the voyage, it
is just like transporting a bit of quaint
old Scotland to you as you sit in a
comfortable orchestra chair and enjoy
the charm of the visit.
Head Aches? Go To Your Doctor
Headaches. Headaches. Headaches.
Biliousness. Biliousness. Biliousness. .
Constipation. Constipation. Constipation.
Ayer's Pills. Ayer's Pills. Ayerjs Pills.
If your doctor says this is all right, remember it !
Headaches.
Biliousness.
Constipation.
Ayer's Pills.
J.O. ArerOo.,
Jewell, Msm.
RXBD
WASHINGTON'S HUMOR.
A Dinner Invitation That Showed the
General's Genial Side.
In spite of tbe general opinion to the
contrary. Washington was not an espe
cially grave and austere man. He had
a sense of humor and could make or
enjoy a Joke as well ns any one. From
Professor C F. Hoilidny's "Wit and
Humor of Colonial Days'' Is taken this !
letter, written to invite a friend, with !
the Indies of bis family, to dine with j
the general. There Is no date, but j
thero Is some reason to think that the I
noie may have been writteu from Yal- j
ley Forge. It shows the grave and j
burdened soldier in a pleasantly genial
light:
"Since our arrival at this happy spot
we have had a hum. sometimes a shoul
der of bacon, to grace tbe bead of the
table, a piece of ronst beef adorns the
foot, and a dish of beans or greens, al
most imperceptible, decorates the cen
ter. "When the cook ho a mind to cut a
figure, which I presume will be the
case tomorrow, we have two beefsteak
pies or dishes of crabs In addition, one
on each side of the center dish, divid
ing the space and reducing the dla
tance between dish and dish to about
six feet, which without them would be
near twelve feet nport. Of late he ha
had the surprising sagacity to discov
er that apples will make pies, and it
Is n question If in the violence of his
efforts we do not get one of a'pples In
stead of having both of beefsteaks.
"If tbe ladles can put up with stion,
entertainment and will submit to par
take of It on plates once tin. but now
Iron tnot become so by the labor of
ncourlngi, I shall be happy to see
them."
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PHEASANT NURSERIES.
HANCOCK.
C1ioter Lewis and family are in camp
at North Hollow, in Hochester, work
ing for Krnest Spencer.
Mrs. Julius Church is more comfort
able.
-Mr. and Mrs. Harry riunkett and
daughter arc in Randolph for an indefi
nite stay.
Mr. anil Mrs. Will Connor have been
in (iranville a few days, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ueore l'arrish.
Mrs. Kliza Covey and Mrs. Adelliert
Covey of Kxeter, X. II., are visiting
friends in town.
If s Best
To Have
ready to use at first sign of trouble
the best corrective for any disorder
of the organs of digestion. The
earlier you seek relief the easier
it will be to get it and the more
certain it will be that the trouble
will not lead to something worse.
It is universally admitted that
BEE6
PILLS
EAST BARRE.
RED CROSS PHARMACY.
! The W. C. T. I', will meet at the
' reading room Thursday afternoon at
2:30. It is hoped that each member
will be present.
are the safest preventive as well
as the most reliable corrective of
stomach, bowel, or liver troubles.
They bring about regular, natural,
healthful action. All through the
body in every organ, every nerve
in actions, vigor and spirits you
will feel the benefit of Beecham's
Pills and quickly, too. You
will save yourself suffering if you
have this matchless aid to health
Ready On Hand
Sold arwYwhw la bas 10b. 25o
Those In Trench Forest Equal Institu
tions For Human Beings.
To Louis XI V. France is mm Id to be
Indebted for the importation of Its
pheasants, writes Lllile Hamilton
French In the Century. On that side
of tbe forest CompioKiie nearest to
Compiegne itself is a fnisnndcrie cov
ering many hundreds: of acres In which
fhe breeding of these birds, begun ud-.
der bis protection and further encour
aged by Charles X. and Louis Philippe,
Is now carried on by a private person,
who rents bis right to do. so from the
state.
I have never seen n place so shut In i
and protected by wire fences and lock
ed gntes. stone walls and more gates,
special guards In special houses, police
dogs, guns and traps. There is even
a thick kind of double mattress made
to cover the guards, who In winter
must sleep out of doors in watching
for poachers. I bnve never seen insti
tutions for human beings better plan
ned in the way of nurseries and at
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