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'THIS JiAIUlK DAILY TDIES, 15AIIKE, TT., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, ' 1913.
8 PLAINFIELD a. 71 Nearly every dealer can now sell you a twenty package box of clean, pure, healthful WRIGLEYS mm for 85 cents You can send this sure to-be-welcome delicacy to all you want to "remember." It's a big gift in long enjoy ment it's little in cost to you. Get it tor yourself I IBe SURE it's Wvigiey's . COUNTY INSURANCE TAX VALID. Supreme Court Rules for State in Case in Montana. Washington, Dec. 16. The power of a state to tax net receipts of life in surance companies in each county - was uphold yesterday by the supreme court in a case where the New York Life In- durance company resisted the collection , of a tax by Deer Lodge county, Mont. The company contended, vainly, that the action of the state was an interference with interstate commerce. Justices Hughes and Vandevantcr dissented. TO IMPROVE PRETTY HAIR AND BEAUTIFY UGLY HAIR Harmony Hair Beautifier, a delightful liquid hair dressing, is just what it is named a hair beautifier. No matter how pretty your hair now is, it can be made to look even better by using Har mony Hair Beautifier. To those who mourn because the hair is Stringy, dull, lusterless and homelv. . Harmony Hair Beautifier will prove a real blessing and , pleasure, it seems to polish and burnish the hair, making it glossy, silky-soft and more easy to put up in graceful, wavy folds that "stay put." It over comes the oily smell of the "hair with a dainty, true-rose fragrance, very pleas ing to the user and those around, v Very easy to apply simply sprinkle a little on your hair each time before brushing it. It contains no oil, and will not change the color of the hair, nor darken gray, hair. To keep hair and scalp dandruff free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This pure liquid shampoo gives an in stantaneous rich lather that immediate ly penetrates to every part of hair -and scalp, insuring a quick and thorough cleansing. Washed oil just as quickly, the entire operation takes only a few moments. Contains nothing that can harm the hair; leaves no harshness or stickiness just a sweet cleanliness. Ttnth nrfinnrntinnfl viniA in nHH.BTiQtuH , r . - r- very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair Beautifier, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, 60c. Both guaran teed to satisfy you in every way, or your money back. Sold in this com munity only at our store The Rexall Store one of the more than 7,000 lead ing drug stores of the United States, Canada and Great Britain, which own the big Harmony laboratories in Boston, where the many celebrated Harmony Perfumes and Toilet Preparations are made. Red Cross Pharmacy, Floyd G. Russell, Prop., 160 North Main street, Bamy Vtr Ad vt. Wherever there is Pain applr a PLASTER The World' Oroataat I xtarnal Romada. 9 it by the box' (Bhristmaisl ' - Chew it after every meal Give regular help to teeth, breath, appetite and digestion FOREST INSECT STUDY. National Organization Formed to Prose cute It. Washington, D. C, Dec. 16, The enormous losses ' due to forest insects have led to the formation of a society for the advancement of forest entomol ogy in America. The members of this society hold that the work of insects has not received the attention which it de serves. Henry S. Graves, U. S. forester, the newly elected president of the society, on F'ing asked about the purpose of the organization, said that . they were, in general, to call attention to the part which insects play in forest problems. "We have had," he said, "widespread and specific interest in insect pests such as the San Jose scale and the boll weevil, which affect all of as to what we eat and what we wear.. Forest insects through their destruction of timber increase the cost of a necessity which enters quite as much into the daily life of the individual as do the products of the field and or chard. If the importance of the protec tion of our forest resources from insect depredations is generally recognized, a , , - , . ; i .PrV , X v I- w . A. Right now in the national forests the bureau of entomology and the forest service are cooperating to stop insect ravages by discovering their beginnings, and stamping them out. A few isolated trees attacked by insects may form the nucleus of a mountainside devastation quite as serious as that from a forest tire. The opportunity for combatting insects, however, is in one respect better than that in the case of a fire, which runs rapidly, because it takes several years for an insect devastation to spread until it becomes of such proportions as that which overspread the yellow pitie forests in the Black Hills in 19(H. Watchful care on the. part of forest of fleers, lumbermen, and private individ- uals will make it possible to catch these 'h these ' infestations before they cet a srood start, By cutting and burning the trees, or stripping off the bark, the insects can bo killed. As in all such cases, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." "Who make up the membership of the organization?" was the next question asked of Mr. Graves. "It is open to anyone interested in the subject," Mr. Graves replied.. "It seems to me that the relation of forest insects to forest protection touches almost every one. Of course we expect that new members shall be' recommended by the present membership, which is made up largely of persons who have studied the forest insect problem at first hand. In order, however, that the objects of the society shall be kept foremost, it is re quired that at least four of the seven officers must be chosen from among pro fessional forest entomologists. It is ex pected that honorary vice-presidents rep resenting federal, state, and private in terests will be elected to promate the ob jects of the organization in many local ities through the country." "How will these objects be attained? "la the first place, the objects of the PARCEL POS" 7 CAUTION ! The great popularity of the clean, pur; healthful WSIGLEYSiv is causing unscrupulous pen sons to wrap rank imitations that are not even real chew ing gum so they resemble genuine WMGLEVS. The better class of stores will not try to fool you with these imitations. They will be offered to you principally by street fakirs,- peddlers and the candy departments of some 5 and 10 cent stores. These rank imitations cost dealers one cent a package or even less and are sold to careless people for almost any price. , If you want Wrigley'a loos before you buy. Get what you pay for. I Tcti Wir Inserting the above caul ion aolelv to protect our customer, who are continually writing us that they hwrm been deceived bvimttatjonawVnrh they purchased thinking they were WKJGUY'S. society are largely educational. As in all questions of large public im portance, the main idea is to give the public an opportunity to know just how important they are.. In the second place, the society will form a clearing house for information, and its meetings will discuss the most advantageous methods of insect control-.- lake, for example the ravages of the gypsy moth and the brown-tail moth in the northeastern states. If we can bring about a general knowledge of these insects and of the harm they do, and are able to instill into the mind of the individual the necessity for and the proper methods of their con trol, how much easier it will be to com bat them than when the work is con fined only to governmental agencies!" LAND OWNERS MUST PAY. Cities May Assess Them for Paving Costs on Frontage of Streets Paved. Washington, Dec 16. The right of a city to assess paving costs on land own ers according to the frontage on streets improved was yesterday upheld by the . : h r,e vil.;. w nui'icun; tutu b III biic vnac jiaiiid, Va. Similar questions were pending in other cities. Ii3 III Make This and Try It for Coughs Tills nome-TOade Remedy has no Equal for Prompt Ilesmlta. Mix one Dint of irranulated sntrar with pint of warm water, and Btir for 2 minutes. Put 2 ounces of Pinex (hfty c"uia Burilll HJI11' uULbir:; mm ami the SuRaV Syrup. Take a tcaspoonful every one, two or three hours. This simple remedy takes hold of a cough more quickly than anything else you ever used. Usually . conquers an ordinary cough inside of . 21 Jiours. Splendid, too, for . whooping cough, spasmodic croup and bronchitis. It stimulates the appetite and is slightly laative, which helps end a cough. This makes more and "better cough syrup than you could buy ready made for $2.50. It keeps perfectly and tastes pleasant. Pinex is a most valuable concen trated compound of Norway white pine extract, and is rich in guaiacol and other natural pine elements which are so healing to the membranes. Other preparations will not work in this plan. Making cough syrup with Pinex and sugar syrup (or strained honey) has proven so popular throughout the United States and Canada that it is often imitated. But the old, successful mix ture has never been equaled. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. Your druggist has Pinex or will pet it for you. If not, send to Iha Pinex Co.. Ft. VYajmA. lad- Solomon Bartlett Broke Several Bones in One Ankle. Solomon Bartlett fractured several of the bones in his ankle Saturday after noon while working in the woods. It is feared that Mr. Bartlett will be confined to the house for several months. A pleasant surprise was given Miss Mary Bean Thursday evening at her home on School street. About 20 of her friends gathered at her home to remind ' her of her 18th biithday. An enjoyable j time was reported. At the regular meeting of Ivy grange Thursday evening the following officers for the ensuing year were elected: Mas- 4er, Wallace Bartlett; overseer, A. N. Flood; lecturer, Mrs. Ellen Colby; stew ard, Mrs. Ellen Colby; assistant stew ard, Ray Bartlett; chaplain, L. C. Bald win; treasurer, Mrs. L. C. Baldwin; sec retary, Mrs. Gertrude Bartlett; gate keeper, Reginald Davis; Ceres, Mrs. Wal lace Bartlett; Pomona, Mrs. A. N. Flood; Flora, Mrs. Jack Ralston; lady assistant steward, Mrs. Ray Bartlett. Albert Rublee was in Waterbury last week to visit his mother. Miss Evelyn Bruffee, who recently un derwent an operation at her home, is reported as gaining. Mrs. Helen Batchelder has returned to her home in Barre, after spending sev eral days in town with relatives. Mrs. Claudia Moncll of Marshfield was in town Friday and Saturday. . Mr. and Mrs. John G. Pike of Cabot recently visited Mrs. L. L. Knapp. Mrs. George Bassett of Canaan spent part of last week with Mr. Bassett, who is at work for E. J. Bartlett. ' Mrs. Joseph Bartlett is spending a few days in Canaan with Mr. and Mrs. Ros- coe Bartlett. Mrs. Georsre Benjamin of Montoelier recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bolles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Townsend have moved into the Fortney house on School street. Mrs. Florence Clark and daughter of Montpelier spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. lrank Rice. Mrs. Lucy Hollister has sronc to Fargo. Fla., to spend the winter. She was ac companied by Mrs. Mitchell Goslant and Mrs. John woslant of Lanesboro. Reuben Hudson has gone to Valpar aiso, Ind., to study telegraphy. Miss Alice Knapp has gone to Cabot to work for MrsRayson Walbridge. Mrs. S. 8. Smith was in Barre Mon day and Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Harley Cutler, whe recently under went an operation. Miss Maude Hood is at home from her school in Barnet fora few days on account of illness. TheJSouth school Sunday school net ted over $17 from their can party, held at the schoblhouse Friday evening. I he V illage Improvement societv will hold a business meeting at the home of Mrs. W. H. Martin Tuesday evening at 7:30. Miss Rose Moore is at work in Mont pelier for Mrs. Robert Blita. GRANITEVILLE Mrs. Anna Carey of Burlington has re turned to her home, after spending sev eral days at the home of her mother, Mrs. Hilliam Sheridan. . Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson ex pect to move into their new house in Websterville the first of the new year. John McDonald of Cambridge, Mass., is living at the home of his son, Alex, for the winter. Don't forget the play and dance Thursday evening, Dec. 18, in Gilbert's hall, at- 7 o'clock. Music furnished by Riley's orchestra. Miss Florence Prescott, who is attend ing college at Syracuse, is expected home to spend the holidays witn her parents, iir. and Airs. Prescott. Mrs. A. J. McDonald and Misses Agnes Carey and Catherine Iraser spent Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert rord of Montpelier. George Melvin, John Adams and James Christie left last night for New lork, where they will sau for their for mor home in Scotland. Edwin Young, who has been detained from his duties at the Botitwell, Milne & Varnum quarry for several days, re sumed his duties yesterday morning, Mies Margaret Wellington of New York is visiting at her home in Granite ville. A whist party was held at the home of Mrs. William Sheridan Thursday night. First prizes were awarded to Miss Agnes "Carey and Alex Imlah. The liooby prize was won by Katherine Fraser and Bob Ewen. Refreshments were served by Mrs. A. J. McDonald and Ihresa Sheridan. Roswell Miles is confined to the house by illness. The dance, which was to have been held in Miles' hall this (Tuesday) even ing, has been postponed until further notice. Miss Gertrude Ryan, who is taking the teacher training cqurse at Uoddard seminary, is spending the holidays at home. . , The dance which was held in Gilbert's hall Saturday evening was attended by about seventy-five couples. Koscoe Mclver is expected home in the near future to spend the holidays. Harry Johnson, who is attending Tufts college, is visiting at the home of his parent. rrank t innegan, who has heen visit- niir friends in franklin, xi., was a visitor in this city Monday. Mrs. A. Hvland visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Cutts of Barre, Sat urday. William Alexander, who has been in Detroit, Mich for the past few years, has returned to Graniteville and is em ployed by the Boutwell, Milne 4Varnum company. WEST BERLIN A friend of Miss Elva Chase from Cabot spent Sunday with her in this place. Miss C E. Robinson is still caring lor Miss Daisy Stiles, who remains quite ill. Mrs Susan Keycs is abo helping in the same place. W. A. Cooper was in Montpelier last week on business. The remains of Mrs. Lucv Demey Ladd were brought to this place for burial last Saturday. Interment was in the Wright cemetery. Some 15 from this place attended me chicken-pie supper and sale at Berlin Corner last Friday night. Miss Catherine Clark went witn ner mother, Mrs. Florence Clark, to Plain field, Saturday, to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rice. Miss Mary Moody was in Northfield Saturdav. Mrs. A. S. Libby is quite ill' with a hard cold. Mrs. M. J. Avers and Mrs. Susan Keyes attended the funeral of Mrs. Lucy I .add ia Nort lifinld. Saturday. WITH ROCHESTER Will Fifield Thrown from Load of Hay and Seriously Injured. Will Fifield met with a Serious" acci dent Dec. 11. He was on a load of hay and when a little distance down the hill by L. JSpencer's the sled hit a rock and Mr. Fifield was thrown to the ground. He was standing on the front of the load and was badly shaken up and hurt. Mr. Spencer arranged as comfortable a bed as possible on his sled and carried him home. A doctor was summoned and ar rived soon. No bones were found to be broken, but fear is entertained that there are internal injuries. Much sym pathy is felt fo the family in their trouble. Mrs. Fred Martin visited her sister in Montpelier last week. Tully Cahee , is working for Arthur Kobinson in tiethel. William Ash has moved his family in to a tenement in the Rochester house. Miss Susie Biitchelder of Keene, N. H., is a guest of Mrs. Harry Boutelle. Several from here attended the fun eral of Elijah Baker in Stockbridge last Monday. Quinn Ford has rented the tenement lately vacated by AV. E. Lang to Wilbur Carey of Forestdale. Sirs. K. H. " Edgerton is spending sev eral weeks at her old home in Hermon, X. Y. HANCOCK Miss Borniee Eaton, who went to Ran dolph last week for an operaton for ap pendicitis, is reported to be comfortable and doing as well as possible. ' ' , News has been received of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stock well of Randolph and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Perry of this place. Robert Clafltn has returned home from his work in Bingo and has moved into the John Robson house. Twelve inches of snow fell here last week Monday. Misses Mildred Eaton, Leah Blair, Ruth Dowdell. Alice Smith and Blanche Manning ate home from their school in Rochester for the holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Martin and son, Raymond, have returned from a two months' trip to Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. . ' A Skin ef Beauty Is a Joy Forever. T. Folix Goursud's Oriontal -Croam or Magical Boautiflor. Rnrfi Tn, Pimply Frectlei, liotk Plclra, Buh, and fekin tirnra. too cvvrr Diploma oa beauty, and 4b flea oetectloa. 4t haatoo4 to teat of 65 yean, and la ao oarvlfM we taat-lt tcbeflurclt la properly maila. Aecapt oooouDtf p frit of atallar lam. Dr. L. A. Sarra aald to a lady of ilia haut. ton (a patienti i "A yoa ladle will n tarn, I reeotnmena 'Oamm.j. tw lt harmful of all tat preparation!." Fnraala bf aU drnirta and Fancy Oooda Dealer In the Cnlted Stataa, Canada aad Xtuvpa. Kifl.1 MW1 A SCLlnaU? dJaatllJLaJt f . I 1 ' . ...... iL.uj i in. .. i . i, U. sir'"- . , , r(UTr f jvi HOT vm xi .l- fV 111 igSrif . -, ':-v,': . . HN-J . jy ht . t mr fr-m-ffpti AND AIIOUND THE or iArfvowa LYMAN H.? HO NORTH MONTPELIER Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chandler have returned home from their trip to Grey, Me. Mrs. Austin Cate was taken suddenly and seriously ill Thursday. Miss Frances Sutherland, a nurse from Mont pelier, is caring for her. Mrs. Laura LaBarron of Calais spent last week with her daughter, Mis, Vic tor Templeton. Byron Wilbur and W. G. Kye were in Montpelier to attend the Shrine meeting Friday evening. Mrs. Orlana Mears of Marshfield visit ed at Theo. Clark's the last of the week. Mrs. W. (I. Clark is quite ill and a nurse is caring for her. Miss Abbie Clark of riainfield visited at Theo. Clark's the last of last week. Mrs. Frank Blodah was ill last week. Mrs. James Burnes and little daugh ter, Margaret, are in Newport, N. H., for a week. Miss Nellie Conway spent Sunday at her home in - Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Cook arc stopping at Ephie Pray's. Mrs. Inei: Ballentine of Hardwick is stopping awhile with Mrs. C. P. Spauld ing. Charles Cole of Barre was a business visitor in town Friday. -. - Mrs. Will Merritt and Miss Grace Hol lister were in Montpelier Saturday. Miss Dora Coburn and Miss Grace Hamblett of Goddard seminary are at home for the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Florence King visited her sister, Mrs. Joseph Martin, over Sunday. Misses Gey and Converse of Calais are at fcrne for the Christmas holidays. Miss Ethel King visited in Nortliheld over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cook visited at the home of her father, Lee Martin in Plainfield over Sunday. Townspeople in Montpelier and Barre shopping Saturday were Mrs. , Fannie Little, Mrs. Ellen Nye Lawrence, Mrs. George Pray, Miss Bertha Johnson, Miss Ethel King, Mms Charlotte Little, Curtis Graves, Mins Minnie Lawless, Charles Stoddard, George Pray, jr., and Alvin Cate. WAITSFIELD The annual chicken-pie supper at the M. E. church Friday evening was well attended and about $75 was cleared from the supper and Christmas sale. Miss Arseiieau; who has been the guest of Mrs. Perry Joslin the past week, returned Saturday to Montpelier. h. 11. Jones, while blasting with dyna mite Friday, was seriously hurt'. Telephones have been installed in the residences of W. C. Kclsey and Ai Mc Collough the past week. Announcements of the marriage of Miss Elsie LaBelle and Ernest La Valley have been received. Miss LaBelle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest La Belle, formerly of Tthis town. Olin Joslin, while loading logs last week, badly jammed and sprained one leg. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mehnron have XMtuKtuui ixam. VarcaUtr. Mass., where Py ' hi BARRE OPERA HOUSE "WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17 WE they have been the guests of Mi's. Jen nie Perrin. iiert L. Joslin, who has been confined to his bed the past week, is much' im-. proved. Mrs. Fred Palmer was remembered Saturday on her birthday by a post card shower. Mrs. Lizzie Cni-ey has removed her household goods to Waterbury, where she has rented rooms.. .Mrs. Arthur Niell of Moretown visit ed her aunt, Mrs. Charles Moriarty, last week. Mrs. L. E. Flint of Moretown was in town last week on business. ' tioorge Douglas of Minneapolis and Harry Mathews of Boston spent Friday last week with their aunt, Miss Louise Douglas. The library books have Wen removed into the new building and.it is hoped will go into circulation soon after Christi mas. At the I. 0. O. F. encampment, the following were elected ollicers: Treasur er, C. M. Dana; C. P., W. J. Palmer; J. W., E. E. Niell: H. P., Rev. C. M. Redstone; S. W., Alton E. Farrj scribe, Oscar G. Eaton. DANDRUFF COVERED C0ATC0LLAR Scalpltched and Burned. Intensely. Hair Dry and Thin. Kept Falling Out. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Entirely Cured. 84 Ptanwood Bt.. DorchesterJ Mass. "For the past few years my scalp was very , much affected with dandruff. It would Itch and burn and cause 1 wo of sleep. I found pimples and many sores appearing on my scalp. The itching and burn ing of the sc&!d were so in tense .that I scratched and thereby caused the sores to appear. My hair would be dry and thin and would keep falling out gradually, mainly coming out from the top of my head. My coat collar would always be covered with dandruff and as it scaled off it could be aeon plainly in my hair. ' I tried many remedies but without suc cess. The trouble having lasted for about five years 1 finally purchased a box of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The first! application bf Cuticura Soap and Ointment showed results. The itching stopped and the dandruff had begun to disappear. After washing my head with Cuticura Heap each night for two months and then applying the Cuticura Ointment after my hair was dried I was entirely cured." (Signed) Ber nard Bresnick. May 17, 1913. For more than a generation Cuticura Soap and Ointment have afforded the most eco nomical treatment for affections of the skin and scalp that torture. Itch, burn, scale, and destroy ileep. Sold everywhere. Sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. BkJn Book. Ad dress poet-card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston." Men who shave and shampoo with Cn ticura Soan will Bud it best for tkis andscap. I I