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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1914.
BARRE DAILY TIMES SAGE AND SULPHUR DARKENS GRAY HAIR FRANK E. LANGLEY, PublUher i SUBSCRIPTION KATES On yar ,., ; IS.00 One month ... '...25 cent Brush .This Through Faded, Lifeless ' Locks and They Become Dark; Glossy, Youthful. Single copy '. 1 cent Published Erery Week-da 7 Afternoon FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1914. 4 4 4 We suppose Hapgood still rules in Peru, Vt. ' Morris McDonald must feel like a de flated football. ' This street car strike does not need to be referred to The Hague. Radium couldn't cure "Bob' Bremner but, then, probably nothing on earth could. Those Keene firemen had a new one on their hands when they tackled that stoneshcd fire. From all the evidence at hand, Hans Schmidt was about as guilty as a man could be, and the second verdict was as near right as human agency could mak? it. Forecasted official changes in the Bos ton & Maine K. R. indicate that the little Barre & Chelsea' R. R. (formerly the Barre R. R.) must put on a new, head light. ' . . . Huerta invites the reporters down to Mexico and promises an army to protect 'era. Better look out, boys, lest you be forced to look out from the inside. Per haps Huerta couldn't keep his word, if he would. ' . N In its position to the federal depart ment of justice for an investigation of the alleged monopolistic control of news gathering and selling by the Associated Press, the 3Sew York Sun news bureau pays a deserved compliment to the for mer as one of the greatest and most skilful news gatherers in the world, Doubtless, . too, the Associated Press stands ready to defend itself against any reasonable allegation -that may be brought against it by even such a strong and prominent agency as the, Sun news bureau, whose own news gathering serv ice has been the source of admiration oftentimes among newspaper men. Hair that loses its color and luster, or when it fades, turns gray, dull and lifeless, js caused by a lack of sulphur in the hair. Our grandmother made up a "mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to keep her locks dark and beautiful, and thousands of women and men who value that even color, that beautiful dark shade of hair which, is so attractive, use only this old-time recipe. Nowadays we get this famous mixture by asking at any drug store for a 00 cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur Hair Remedy," which darkens the hair so naturally, ao evenly, that nobody can possibly tell it has been applied. Besides, it takes off dandruff, stops scalp itching ana falling liair. you just. damp en a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; but what delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur is that, besides beautifully dark ening the hair after a few applications it also brings back the gloss and luster and gives it an appearance of abun uance. AUvt. THE KEEXE STONESHED FIRE. The destruction of two-thirds of a large granite manufacturing plant at Keene, N. IL, means a serious loss to the corapany.and the promoting concern, not so much because of the actual mone tary sacrifice (for the insurance carried was unusually large) but more because of the loss of time on contracts which call for early shipment. The Victoria White Granite company was employing about nine gangs of men, including all branches of the industry, and the set back while the plant is being replaced also means a great deal to them if they are not able, to find place of work in some other granite center or in some other line of occupation. The fire comes just before a time when business is like Iy to be the best in the year, and it, was most unfortunate in that resect, too; inasmuch as the building cannot be con structed and equipment replaced in time to permit the firm to get out a full vol ume of Memorial day work. But 1 in spite of the seriousness of the misfor tune, the members of the firm and the cpmpany, which owifcd the building, seem to look ahead with a marked degree of confidence in spite of the fact that gran ite cutting in Keene is conducted under some handicap, since the rough granit has to be hauled there from quarries i other places, a situation somewhat aim1 ilar to that in which Xorthfield finds itself. But the pluck of the promoters of the industry at Keene seems to bav been rewarded with a good business, as the payroll of 134 men indicates; an such a payroll will not be lost by Keene business men without : strong effort to retain it. Therefore, the fire of yester day becomes but an incident. TUBERCULOSIS AS A COMMU NICABLE DISEASE. A short time ago an article was print ed in the Christian Science Monitor of Boston, purporting to be the opinion of a medical expert, that tuberculosis is not an infectious disease and intimating that it was not inimical to public health that persons in advanced stages of the disease should mingle with and use r tides used by other peopta The medi cal expert qupted In the article has not yet seen fit to make any statement con cerning the published article, but a state ment is soon made by another recognized authority on tuberculosis, Dr. Edwin IV Baldwin of 'Saranac Lake, NV Y which tends flatly to contradict the position which was accredited to the expert In the previous article, and since the afore mentioned article probably has been put before many of our readers (we re ceived two marked copies of the journal in addition to the copy coming regular ly) it seems no more than fair that the statement of the second expert be given The statement is as follows: "It is hardly believeable that any per son of intelligence to-day could deny that tuberculosis is an infectious disease Mothers can rest easy after giving 1 fft idply circulated article appear "California .Syrup of Fign," because in a ln Christian hcwt". VT' TL0rt, few hours aJf the clogged-up wast, sour to correctly qtiote a specialist as holding v;i. ; f,,i Lntw this view. That such was not the cor- out of the bowels, and you have a well, rect tatemnt of the author's views can T;',1 . : N; , readily be seen by the reading of niedi- pmv.u. ,n..u .... r""i':-' cal journals to which the author has will not take , the to hw 1 play to r,,,, 0n, th, rt that T?T7 . TV-! . ' 'Z ..': "1. . "j attention to the slight d A HAPPY CHILD IN A FEW HOURS listen, Mother! When Fretful, Cross, Feverish, Constipated Give "Cali fornia Syrup of Figs." . tightly packed, liver gets sluggish and stomach disordered. When cross, feverish, restless, see if tongue is coated, then give this delicious "fruit laxative." Children love it, and it cannot cause injury. No difference what ails your little one if full of cold, or a s'ore throat, diarrhoea, stomach-ache, bad, breath, remember, a gsntle "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Pull directions for ba bies, children of all ages and grown-ups are printed en each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a ."0-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," then look carefully and sec that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." We make no smaller size. Hand back with contempt any other fig syrup. Advt. light danger to adults was utilized, that referring to tlw dan ger to children being entirely omitted. "While the specialist deplored the ex aggeration of the dunger to adults and protested against phthisophobia he is an advocate of the methods of prevention and care of tuberculosis, especially of hospitals for advanced cases. It is only too evident that the review in the Chris tian Science journal intentionally omit ted the reference to infection in children and in the comments that followed did so for the purpose of prejudicing pop;e against hospitals and segregation of the tuberculous generally. While we do not subscribe to the in sinuntion that the opinion of the con temporary was deliberately colored to suit itself, we do believe that full weight fj Have You jplp A Narrow Foot? 1 I 111 mm If you have been having any difficulty having it fitted try the WALK-OVER SHOP. You need not have trouble with your feet. We can' fit you with a pair of WALK-OVERS that will.be perfectly com fortable right from the start and that will look well and wear to your satisfac tion. ' Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop 170 North Main Street Try a Pair of HUB-MARK RUBBERS 1 Si jjjl " "It's a great man up "It's a great man to th creates in who can liva his trouaars." If you'll line up be fore the mirror, per haps you'll be interested in our special sale of special trousers. Yes, they're just "the right kind of working trousers, and about 20 pairs dress trousers in the lot. Exactly 113 pairs in all. Sizes, 32 to 42 waist. These are odd patterns taken from our reguar stock, and these are the prices to close them: . 87c for those that sold for $1.00, $1.25 and $1.75. . $1.77 , - for those that sold for $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. $3.27 for those that sold for $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00. v See window. We Clean, Press and Repair Clothinf F.H. Rogers & Co. The Big .White Sale NOW ON The center counter and tables on second floor are displayed with bargains in Muslin Underwear and Embroideries. It is with great pleasure that we announce this Sale of White as the largest, best values, comprising more lines in fact, the largest money-saving sale we have ever held. , ' These goods are all new and selected from the best manufacturers, and at no other time can you buy White Goods and save more money than in this sale. Big Sale Muslin Underwear for Women and Children. Two Big Corset Sales. Big sale Hamburgs and Voile Flouncing3. Now is the time to buy Laces here- Linens, Bed Spreads, Sheets and Pillow Slips m the sale. ought to be given the opinion of . Dr. Baldwin. Evidence in Barre has tended toward the position that tuberculosis is communicable disease. How else can we reconcile the taking-ofT of members of a family, the head of the house, the mother and then some of the children, one soon after the other? And we make this reference, not to freighten anyone, but rather to keep them on their guard. It ia possible, we believe, for persons in normal health to live in houses where there ia tuberculosis but only under con ditions in which the persona in normal health take reasonable precautions as to diet, fresh air, sunshine and segregation as to use of articles. Two hundred and fifty yards all linen crash fic yard at Perry'a on Saturday. TALK OF THE TOWN fee Abbott dresa goods window. You can save money at Ferry's on Saturday. , Cot your share of good values at Perry'a on Saturday, Seventy-nine cents a pair, white and gray blankets; a special value, at l'erry's on Saturday. ; Dance, Miles' hall, Saturday, Feb. 7, from 8 to 12. Giibertson a orchestra Couple, 60c; ladies, free. Instructor in school subjects, 47 Spaulding street, or will go to pupil's home. For particulars, call or write Hazel I. Ellis, 5 opera block, Montpelier, t. .-.,,.' A special price on sheets and pillow slips 38c each, sheets were 50c; 'lSo sheets now 60c; Kte each pillow slips, were 12'2c each; 12'j,c each were Joe each at Perry'a on Saturday. REYNOLDS & SON 80th Saturday Sale FEBRUARY 7, 1914 6-Qt. Gray Enamel Berlin Kettle 29c LADIES' SKIRTS 69c Skirts ........... 49c $1.00 Skirts 79c 1.25 Skirts 8c 1.50 Skirts $1.19 1.75 Skirts ......... 1.23 1.85 Skirts 1.45 CORSET COVERS 39c Corset Covers .... 23c Sample Covers at ... ...... r.. 45c, 69c, 75c up LADIES' DRAWERS 39c Drawers 25c 50c Drawers ; 39c Misses' Drawers .... 23c CHEMISES At ......45c, 75c up COMBINATIONS P&c f!nmrtn&tions. for. 50c 98c Combinations for. 79c $1.25 Combinations for 98c SATURDAY Big sale Ladies' Waists, all $1.25 Waists for. . ' .,79c and 98c 10 Styles of new $1.50 Waists for .$1.19 SATURDAY Another sale of Corsets. $ 1.00 Kabo Corsets for 75c C. B. $1.50 Corsets, per pair . . . . . ,98c SATURDAY' 15c for, per yard .... ,9 c 700 yards of, Figured Crepe for dresses, sacks, kimonos, etc., only one day, yd. ..9'jc PRINCESS SLIPS At , , . . ,$1.35, $1.79, $1.98 EMBROIDERIES See the wide Embroid eries on our counter at, per yard 10c 27-in. St. Gaul Em- . broideries, per' yd. , . 25c VOILE FLOUNCINGS 45 Inches Wide 69c Flouncings ...... 49c 75c Flouncings ...... 59c $1.00 Flouncing? ..... 69c 1.00 Flouncings 79c LACE BARGAINS 6 yds. wide Lace for. . 10c Thousands of yards of 10c Laces, per yd. . 5c 20c Laces, per yd." . 10c 25c Linen Cluny Laces at :10c and 12'ic Bands and Laces to match in this sale at nearly half price. Come to the White Sale TALK OF THE TOWN Three biir sales for Saturday at Tht Vaughan Store. Fifteen cent crepe for BVic a yard Sat urday only at Vaughan's. A m1 nf all linen crash at Perrv'a on Saturday, 12Vo crash for Oc yard. Closing out sals of stock and fixtures. Trimmed hats at 98c. each; 33c ribbons at 15c. per yard. Mrs. Nelson-Church, over Time office. The ladies of Companion court, I. O. F., 'n 7KT hnlH a Hanro in their hall in Worthen block Feb. 6, after their meet- ng. Ihe committee. Ia This Age ot education, preparation and conserva tion, thinking men should carry ade quate long term endowment insurance to anticipate the day when earning capacity will cease and to conserve and perpetu ate family income in event of death. National Life Ins, Co,, of Vt. (Mutual.! S. 8. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building, Alontpeljcr, Vt. A. W. BADGER & COMPANY Furnishing Undertakers and Embalmers THE BIST Or AMBULANCE SEHYICK TELEPHONE 447.11 i " WATCH THIS LIVE STORE "i -11 -irrvr 18-Qt. Gray Enamel Sink Pan 29c Kettles and Pans, only one of each to a customer Sale Begins at 1 P. M. REYNOLDS & SON PRESCRIPTION Prescription compounding is the most important part of a phar macist's professions. It is scientifically done here, whether the rem edy is for some minor ailment or for some dangerous illness. . Bring Your Prescriptions to Us and you'll get what the doctor orders. It is just as important to have your medicines put up by an experienced pharmacist as it is to employ an experienced physician. . We Have Perfect Service We Have the Experience ' We Have Pure Drugs . "Let us fill your next prescription." The Barre Drug Company Corner Main and Merchant Streets A r ."IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE" V n