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THE RARUK DAILY TIMES, IMHKE, VT.. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1013.
FOR DANDRUFF, FALLING HAIR OR ITCHY SCALP'"25c " DANDERINE" Save Your Hair! Danderine Destroyi Dandruff and Stopa Falling Hair, Scalp Itching, at One Growa Hair, We Prove It. If you rare for heavy hair, that glU tons with beauty ' and in radiant with life; has an incomparable softness and ia fluffy and luntrouH, you taunt use Pan derine, bcoauiie nothing clue aecoin jilUhea bo nuii'h for the hair. Jut one application of Knowlton'a Danderine will double the beauty of your hair, besides it immediately din8tlve every particle of dandruff; you cannot have nice,, heavy, healthy hair if. yon have dandruff. This destructive scurf robs the hair of ita luater, ita strength and its very life, and if not overcome it produces a fevermhnefiB and itching of the scalp; the hair roots . famitdi, looHen and die; then the hair falls out fant NORTH MONTPELIER BROOKFIELD. The latit number of the lecture com m ! Mr. Kri Hati'liddcr ia sick and con Monday night, Thouiaa' negro ininatrela, fined to Jicr bed, suireiing with rheuma was given to a crowded jime auu was umu. The pupil of the high aehool will give an entertainment in the town hull Ml day evening, Mureh 22. Weley Itiiuiney ient several duvs last week with hit sUter, Mrs. Abi W'ortliini in lticlimond. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Simmons enter a very rnloynblo entertainment in every wav. inert whs a mpcr ana dance jii- er t no entertainment. Miss Ituth and Muster Orlando I.cltur- ron of talais are visiting tncir aunt, Mrs. Victor Teninleton. Miws (Jrace Ilamblett and friend, Mis If your hair bus been neglected and Kdna Dnshner of (Joddard semiimry, have tained tlfteen younir sieople from Han is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily, ven pcnding a few days at Miss llamb- aolpli at dinner Friday evening don't hesitate, but get a 25-cent bottle h tt a home here, going back'to their ... .., ,,:,;, , iimnWIl del of Knowlton's Danderine at any drug studies Tuesday mornine. L .'"T1 , of .,lr. k"J' w umiiUR win ijh iiiMii r r hv fvt'iniiLf . j Howard Lance of Goddard semlnnry I j, Uesired that all members' bo present, as the guest of George l'ray, Mm- A U..mlniil , WM Urn to Mr. ,,; store or toilet counter; apply a little as directed and ten minutes after you will say this was the best investment you ever made. We sincerely believe, regardless of everything else advertised, that if you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lots of it no dandruff no itching scalp and no more falling hair you must use why not now! A 2o-cent bottle will Knowlton'a Danderine. If eventually truly a mane you. Advt was day. GRANITEVILLE. camp, No, The next Members of Maple Leaf 8.392. M. W. A., take notice. regular meeting of the camp will be held .inursuay evciunjj, .uarcu z. au mem bers requested to attend. Per order John S. MeWilliams, Consul PEOPLE SHOULD GUARD AGAINST APPENDICITIS 1 Barre people who have stomach and bowel trouble should guard against ap pemlicitis by taking simple buckthorn Dark, glycerine, etc., as compounded in Adler-i-ka. the Orman remedy which became famous by curing appendicitis, JUST ON'K DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on the stomach and constipation INSTANTLY, because this simple mix turt- draws olT such a surprising amount of old foul matter from the body.. C. 11. Kendrick it Co., druggists. Advt. EAST BARRE Don't forget the Raster ball at J3at Jlarre opera house, Monday, March 2-J, under the auspices of the Jolly Seven. Dancing from 8 to 3. Harris' orches tra of five pieces. RANDOLPH Mrs. L. B. Mattison, who has been passing the winter with her sister, Mr. (Jeorgo Kmery, left Wednesday for Lud low, where she will remain for an in definite time. Mrs. Pearl Chamberlin, who has been here from Montpelier, taking care of her mother, Mrs. Loolulge, tor the last live weeks, left for her home Wednesday, leaving' the patient much more comfort able. Mrs. Charles DuBois and her daugh ter of New York City arrived here on Wednesday morning for( a Bhort stay with her parents, Mr. and Airs. 11. r. Sanford, where her son has been stop ping for several weeks. A special musical program is in prep aration for the moriiinir service at the Federated church next Sunday morning. In place of the sermon, short remarks will be made by Rev. Dr. A. L. Cooper, who has passed his 8!th birthday. Old-fuBhioned dances And the modern fancies Will be on the program for all ; So remember the date And don't be late In attending the hospital ball. Advt. Instant Relief from Eczema Rev. Albertie Phillips of Fust Mont pelier spent the first of the week wild Mrs. Theo. Clark and called on parish ioners in town. Miss Rachel Martin of Lvndonville Is visitinff at Ephie Pray's this week. Ray Sibley's family are ill with seveie colds. Miss Katherine LeBarron of Goddard seminary was the guest of Miss Dora Coburn over Sunday. u tor Temideton is hut in with cut foot. Messrs. T. Carroll and P, McAvoy and Mrs. Eva Gleason of Montpelier werrf iruests of Mr. and Mrs. an Dennett over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton lucker nave moved to the Lonnie Holt farm, which thev nurchased some time alio. The Kingsbury chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star held a meeting at the hall Saturday evening. March I.) taking in two candidates. Refreshment were served after the meeting and a very enjoyable evening was spent in spite of the inclemency of the weather, A goodly number were out. Mrs. George Prav was a business vis itor in Montpelier Friday. Mrs. John Gallison nnd children visu- ed in Montpelier part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Uutterfleld went to the Mary Fletcher hospital in Bur lingtnn Friday, where Mrs. Butterfleld underwent another operation. She is as comfortable as could be expected, at this writing. It noiiml son un luirii ta Mr. ami Mrs. Wilbur Norman Sunday morninx Mrs. V. N. Wartlner is caring for Mrs. Norman and son. The regular meeting of the' G. A. R. WEBSTER VILLE A mirrorseope exhibit on the life of Christ will be given at the Baptist church of Websterville on Friday even ing, March 21, at 7 o'clock. Admission 5c. Tou can atop that awful Itch from eczema and other skin troubles In two seconds. Seems too good to be true but it la true, and wa vouch for It. Just a few drops of the simple, cool ing wash, the D.D.D. Prescription for eczema, and the itch stops Instantly. We give you a trial bottle enough to prove It for zi cents. Now If you have tried a great many . cures for eczema and have been dlsap- I pointed, do not make the mistake of re- other druggists keep this D.D.D. Pre, scrlption go to them if you can't come to us but if you come to our store, we will give you the first dollar bottle on our positive no pay guarantee, that r.D.D, will atop the itch at once. GRANITEVILLE Don't forget the Easter ball at Ea't fusing to try this soothing wash. All Rarre opera houe, Monday, March 24, nthan irffi uf this n H II Tt i ' . under the auspices or the Jolly !even. Dancing from 8 to 3. Harris' orches tra of five pieces. Red Cross Pharmacy, 160 No. Main St., Barre. Vt.. FARMERS Wishing to get Maine, Aroostook County, Potatoes for planting, would find a good chance by calling us up, as we expect a carload to arrive early this week at the M. & W. R. freight station, Barre. M. J. WHITCOMB, - East Barre, Vt. Telephone 229-1 WEBSTERVILLE Don't forget the Easter ball at Ka't Barre opera house, Monday, March 21, under the auspices of the Jolly Seven. Dancing from 8 to 3. Harris5 orches tra of rive pieces. LAMSON AND HUBBARD , HATS for all occasions For all by The FRANK MCWHORTER CO UNLIMITED RELIABLE ELECTRIC POWER Since assuming the management of the local electric business on November 12th, wehave closed 24 contracts, totaling 894 horse-power. Of this amount contracted for, 641 horse-power has already been connected to our lines. This, record of accomplishment in four months' time is but an indication of the important part which RELIABLE ELECTRIC POWER is going to play in the growth of this community. To provide for the future, in addition to the addi tions already made to our system, we have closed another contract which will give us an additional supply of 4,000 horse-power as soon as the neces sary construction is completed. Some day, every industry in Montpelier and Barre will be operated by electric power. We should like to talk with YOU about YOUR POWER REQUIREMENTS NOW. CONSOLIDATED LIGHTING CO. and the V. II. .C. will be held Saturday afternoon, It i desired that all members of the corps be present, as there is ini tiation work. Twenty persona attended the grange social, held with Mr. and Mrs. Henry II. rullam last week Wednesday evening and all reported a fine time. The b.id traveling kept many at home. A genuine surprie reception was ten dered Mr. and Mrs. Awl Hall lat Tues day evening by several of their neighbors and friends. A purse of money was giv en them and several pieces of china. Ke treshments were served and all enjoyed the occasion very much. The iieiithWs of Ameda White catli-1 ered at his home Saturday evening, giv-1 mg mm a complete surprme, reiuimlinif him it was his birthday anniversary. He received tW postal cards and several let ters from friends. Kefreshments of cake, cotfec and confectionery were served. Mrs. Lincoln W. Morse and two sons, Theron and Louis, went to ('a hot Friday to spend a week with relatives. Mr. Morse accompanied them, returning home Monday. The high school closes this week Fri day for the two weeks' Kaster vacation. Watson Larose has hired out to work one year for V, B. Colt, commencing April 1. " . Mr. Colpittg of White River Junction j was one of the anvals at bunmons inn Wednesday. M. W. HaL'gett came home Saturday from St. Johnsburv, where he has had employment for several months. He re mained with his family over Sunday and Monday went to Harre to work, so he could be nearer his family. vv. 11. Huciiard has rented U. A. Clark's house in the village and moved his family there. - Perley C. Keyes, who was very sick last week with pneumonia, is now con valescing, being able to sit up a little each day. Dr. K. E. Ellis was called to Xorthfleld Monday to see Mrs. W. O. Pride, who is in very poor health. Her friends will be interested to hear that she returned from the Winooski hospital last week. J. M. Loan, who has been on the K. If. Allis farm for the past two years, moved i last week to Randolph. Archie tJeorce of Kamlolph Center has rented the farm and taken possession. Miss Bessie Wheatley of Xorthfleld visited Mr. and Mrs. William Clark sev eral davs last week. C. C. Hood celebrated his 71st birth nay anniversary March 13 by giving a little dinner party. . r. Millibar (1 of South Royalton was in town last week, selling vacuum clean ers. He was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wricht. Mrs. Albert Edson of Randolph Center was the guest last week of her daughter, Mrs. C. M. McDerment, and family. Mrs. Eri Ditty spent several days last week with her sister in Hardwick. Will Carley has gone to Newport, X. H., to work. His goods were shipped there Tuesday. The family are staying for a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer, in East Braintree. Mrs. T. Callagan, who has been con fined to her bed for several weeks with pneumonia, is slowly gaming. Mrs. I harles K. Blake, who has been at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Bur lington tor treatment, returned home Saturday. ( Better Babies Taking the Measure of a Prize Baby T WO of the finest babies in Colorado each recently won one hundred dollars in gold. These two are the first to win the Woman's Home Companion Better Babies Prizes offered in each state in the Union. The story of this Colorado Baby Contest is the significant and wonderful story of perfectly healthy, splendidly formed, prize-winning babies, told in the WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION April number now on Sale. The Wide-awake Newsdealer tell it C. II. KENDRICK & CO., 54 No. Main St. 3 C. W. MARTIN, 140 No. Main St. WEST CORINTH Ifobart Burroughs went Friday to Wil- liamstown, where he has employment. Charles Wiggins, who lives at the eCn- ter, will move to his father's farm and carry on the sugar place this spring. Mrs. George Burroughs i in Mont pelier, caring for her sister. Several farmers tapped their sugar places last week, but very little sugar has been made as yet. George Tucker, who has worked at the Center for several weeks, has re turned home and will work for Horace White through sugaring. Mrs. Arthur Gordon is visiting friends in Montpelier. Miss Hazel Blake was in Chelsea, Sunday. AMUSEMENT NOTES. "Sheehan English Opera Company" Battle for Opera in English. The battle for opera in English, for opera that can be understood and ap preciated, goes bravely on. Its great ex ponent is Joseph F. Sheehan, himself the greatest of American tenors, who has organized on a high standard of ex cellency a company presenting operatic masterpieces in the language of the peo ple. The Sheehan English opera com pany, which conies to the opera house A Suggestion to the Housekeeper Why don't you do what lota of other housekeepers in this city ami other cities are doing! They are getting a few of their neighbors together and forming Larkin Clubs-of-Ten so as to buy their household supplies, such as Soaps, Spices,, Xotions, and riiarmacal reparations, etc., direct from Larkin Co. at a saving of fully 50 per cent. This saving is re turned to them jn the. form of premium merchandise or in extra products of their own selection, whichever method they happen to prefer. They get practi cally twice the amount for their money that they would get at the store, and at the same time have many opportunities for little social gatherings or parties. Write to the Larkin Co., Buffalo, Xr. Y., and ask them for their large Catalog R 21. This describes their Club-of-Ten plan in full, also the extra benefits giv en to club secretaries for organizing and conducting such clubs. Advt. Office SmppInes S We have a complete stock of Drawing, Tracing and Blue Print Papers, Tracing Cloth, Scale Rules, Thumb Tacks, Pencils, Rules, etc. All sizes and prices. When in need of any of these goods, let us quote you. Your inspection is cordially invited. Our method is, if we haven't got what you want, we will get it for you. N. D. Phelps Co., Telephone 29 Barre, Vermont THE SOCIALIST CHALLENGE j SOUTH BARRE Mrs. Bancroft, who has been on the sick list for the past fe-v weeks, is reported on the gam. Miss Electa Lewis of Williamstown spent Sunday with her father and mot er. Arthur Comstock, who has worked for Howard Brothers for the past six months, has finished work there. Mrs. Annis and Mr. Dougla-s, who have been on the sick list, are both re ported better. Take Advantage of the MISS AI.Aia MK1ZLER Contralto With the Sheehan Opera Co. next Tuesday, March 25, has an un broken record of successes behind it, and a certainty of greater achievements be fore it. Already the standard organira- mn singing in r.nglisb and ciuippe-l with a group of stellar singers, a fine rained chorus and a special orchestra, it grow year by year, thie of tbee days it will invade New ork and give bar- tle to the foreign Metropolitan Grand Opera company on its own ground The metropolitan people are lfinntng to stir uneasilr and to give heed to the uemiuj for opra in Englih. Last seswn they sang one or tmo operas in English, hough mot of the productions were in the orginal jargon that no one n ler- Ui1. More power to J.wph F. Mwe- kaa ami hi reforming force, is the prayer of all the English speaking p--nh bi kive opera J Ivlieve we hate as grrst voices Iwre at hrnne as Kuropr Parcel Post Your cigar dealer can probably supply you with Estabrook & Eaton Rockefellers. 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