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THE UARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914.
0 Signals of Distress Barre People Should Know! How to Read and Heed Them Disordered kidneys give many signals of distress. The secretions may be dark, contain sediment. Passages are sometimes fre quent, scanty, painful. Backache is often present day and night. Headaches and dizzy spells may occur. Weakened kidneys should re ceive quick help. Don't delay! Use a special kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys, backache and uri nary disorders. , Barre evidence proves their worth. ' Frank E. Adams, 47 Elm street, Barre, Vt., says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills for several months, and they have proved a valuable remedy. For gome time I had been troubled bv tnv kidnevs. My back achedand I had pains in my Bides. Doan's Kidney Tills cured the pains. I highly recommend them." : For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. WILLIAMSTOWN Miss Bernice Morse of Bakersfield is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank A. Downs, for a few days. Miss Morse was for'several years an efficient teacher in the intermediate grade of our villuge schools. Since that, time she has spent a year in the west. Washington's birthday falling on Sunday this year, the postal regulations made the day following a holiday and no trips were made by the rural car riers. . There was no special observance of the day in town", places of business being open as usual. , Hiram S. Drury was sick and unable to attend the meeting of rural carriers at Chelsea the 23rd. His route was cov ered to-day by substitute Vernon H. Edson and Walter M. Williams served route" Mo., 1, in the absence of Charles D. Brock way n Boston. .Schools outside the village closed" last Friday, the 20th. ' The village schools closed this week for a vacation of about seven weeks. . . "CASCARETS" THE BEST LAXATIVE If Constipated, Bilious, Headachy, Stom 'ach Sour, Clean Your Sluggish . . Bowels To-night Sure. . SICK HEADACHE Pinklets, the New Laxative, Gives ' Quick Relief in Most Cases. - As a role a Bufferer from sick headache can tell hours in advance when, an at tack is coming on. . The trouble is caused by a gradual accu mulation of poison generated in tho di- (Jet n Ift.cent box now wanre wigwwwiu vuea ft wiwui jpuiiii You and who can't get M PfodUCCa MUSCa feeling right-who have headache, coat- rnnr rnany casca the nse of a proper ,i nn.n.. ' fn.ii r. q.,,1 f..i.i hreath. . a very many casei tne use oi proper r.., , laxative rxsiore the condition ot prostra- d.zziness cant sleep are. bilious nervous tion is reached wiU forcethe poisons from and upset, obthcred with a sick, gassy, thefI y stem and the attack will be avoided, disordered stomach, or have backache ; irmAcla are a dainty laxative, tiny, and feel worn out. sugar-coated granules that arouse no feel- Are you keeping your bowels clean ing of repulsion, and they act BO gently with Cascarets, or merely forcing a pas- that they are the ideal laxative to uce in sageway every , few days with salts, ia- correcting a tendency to sick headache, thartie pills or castor oil? j They do not upset the digestion, do iwt Cascarets work while you sleep ; gripe and have no unpleasant effect to cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, malce them objectionable to the extra undigested, fermenting food and foul sensitive sick-headache patient. Old gases; take the excess bile from the fashioned, harsh purgatives will Mot do Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Walker of ljver and carry out of the system all the NORTH MONTPELIER NORTH CALAIS Emily Robinson Won First in Prize- Speaking Contest. , ! There was a prize-speaking contest nt Memorial hall Saturday evening, Feb. 21, in which Emily Kobinson secured first prize for girls and Hazel Weeks second prize. Harvey Preseott secured first prize for boys and Ira Morse second prize. The drawings and other , work exhibited by the- different schools were of a high order and won much praise. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Tabor were confined to the house with grip last week. Rob ert Ainsworth was ill with a stomach trouble part of the week. . ' There was a pound party at Km. 10 School house Friday evening, in which the young people participated. Miss Margaret Converge closed a suc cessful term of school at North Calais on Saturday, last. ", Several couples from here attended the Masonic ball at North Montpelier. last Friday night. ' ' Barre were in town the 23rd visiting rel atives. .Mrs. Ella Martin has not been so well for a' few days and her condition is considered serious. Miss Lena Seaver helps . out in tending tho telephone a part of the day. "At "the "meeting "of 'the band boys "on Monday evening it was decided to go ahead with preparation for a concert to be held about the middle of next month; if possible.' A committee of ar rangements was elected, with power to make all arrangements for the band. This committee is made up of tho lead er, C. W. Cram, with George" H. Good rich and Walter B. Simons as aids. Birthday, greetings, St. Patricks' and Easter cards, 10 for .10 cents. 30 for 25 cents, postpaid. Paine Post Card Co., Williamstown. . ' RANDOLPH Miss Susan Stockwell arrived here on Monday night from Rochester to remain for a time with the family of t'.'J. Stockwell. Miss Edith . Marcott left Sunday for Dedham. Mas;., to attend the funeral of constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will straighten you out by morning a 10-cent box from any drug store will keep your stomach sweet; liver and bowels regular, and head clear for months. Don't forget the children. They love Cascarets because thev taste good never gripe or sicken. A"dvt. NORTHFIELD Rev.- Alfred H. Webb Resigns as Pastor of Methodist Church. Rev. Alfred H. Webb, pastor of the Methodist church for the past five years, tendered his resignation at the last quar terly conference of the church, to take effect at the close of the present con ference year. Impaired health has ren dered necessary thjs action by Mr. Webb and Ins congregation will regret to have him leave the church Rev. Clinton L. Soott, the new pastor of the Universalist church, has moved into the brick house at the corner of Main and Washington streets. To-night the program at the baseball at all in such eases. For complete infor mation regarding the' treatment of sic K headache send to the Dr. Williams JIccM- cine Co. , Schenectady, Is. ., for the I'inkletbook. It is free. Your own druggist can supply you with Pinkleta in 25-cent bottles. MONTPELIER Mr. 11,11, in whose family she boarded ,,aim an(J w, Mngi of vaudevie. Fiftv-two names have been added to EAST CABOT Miss Gertrude Peck was a guest of Miss Inez Abbott, at Hardwick Friday and Saturday. A son was horn Feb. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Newton. Mrs. Jane Weeks is ill at the home of .Frank Peck. S. B. Chandler is visiting relatives at Flainfield for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Howland of Cabot were recent guests of relatives here. Mrs. Kate Taige, who is ill at George Morse's, remains about the same. Mrs. Frank Walbridge of Woodeville, X. H., is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. E. Houghton. G. A? Drew spent Tuesday in Barre. Mrs. Ernest Adams and children of Monroe, Is. H., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Dan Newton when iu Boston studying music several years ago. Supt. II. W. Lewis and Mrs. Lewis, H. L. Patch and Misses Ruth Jones and Hazel Campbell were in Morrisville from Friday until Monday, attending the evangelistic meetings there under the leadership of R. O. Lewis., Mrs. John Morrill of Tunbridge, who came on Saturday to seek her sister, Mrs. W. O. Morrill, who recently under went a surgical operation at the sana torium, returned home Monday. Miss Jessie Illanehard, who came from White River Junction Saturday to pass Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard, returned Monday to re sume her work. All the schools in town had no ses sion on Monday on account of the legal holiday and the stores were closed in the afternoon. Miss Doris Stockwell, who reached her eleventh birthday on Saturday, gave a party, to which she invited eleven of her friends, who with games and re freshments passed a delightful after noon. .The" opening of the gifts, which i she received, occupied much of their time and attention. Mrs. Fuller of Barre, who has been at the sanatorium for a few days, and who furnished the skin for grafting upon the arm of her sister, Mrs. F. E. Connor, was able to leave there on Monday and go to her home. Mrs. Connor seems to be making satisfactory improvement now. Horace Moulton of New York has VV- t Yli. V . i . i. c , be-n a visitor of his parents, Mr. and Miss Inez Abbott was home over Sun- L,rs c F Moillton. forFa few days. d"b 5TI IIftr''cki, ...... ' .... Miss Luc'ile Grant, a student at Wei- Samuel A. Chandler was home over ! fcfunday from his work at Danville. , RANDOLPH CENTER Royal Tilson Fractured Ribs y Falling , on a Pail. Royal Tilson fell recently white carry ing a pail to the barn, striking on .his side on the edge of the pail, fracturing several ribs. He is confined to the bed. ' Lewis Bean and wife of Barre are at C. L. Sanford's. Mrs. Harriet Hebard, who was taken suddenly ill last week, is now comfort able. K. A. Whpeler has leased the Sanborn farm at West Brookfield. He expects to move March J. Fred Howard has taken possession of the Ed. Dame farm. ' lesley college, was in town over, Sunday night for a short stop with her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. V. A. Grant. Mrs. P. R. Chase and her sister, Mrs. Morse, of Waterbury, who has been with her for ten days, left here on Mon day afternoon for Waterbury, where Mrs. Chase will remain for a couple of weeks with her mother. the check list by the board of civil au thority, and 14 have been stricken oil. The, board will meet again in the town clerk's office Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Prof. H. R. Roberts and Charles A. Pluinley returned yesterday from Morrisville. EAST CORINTH Mrs. Lizzie Clark of St. Johnsbury is visiting her many friends in town. Misses Susan Thompson and Ellen Thompson are spending their vacations from their schools at North Andover, Mass., and Whitetield, N. H., with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomp son. B.'CY Abbott is still confined to the house and has a trained nurse, although he is improving. (olden Rod grange, No. 2Ntt, hold their regular meeting Friday evening, Feb. 27, in schoolhouse hall. A large attendance is desired. Mrs. Lucius Ball has returned from the Mary Fletcher hospital, Burlington. Mrs. Sarah Page remains about the same. Fine lot of new books at the Blake Memorial library. Among them is Wins ton Churchill's "The Inside of the Cup." There are also many other volumes worth reading. Death of Mrs. George W. Shannon, For merly of Barre. Mrs. George W. Shannon died yester day at lleaton hospital, after rtn illness of several weeksi with a complication of diseases. Mrs. Shannon was 32 years of age, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Farrell of Uurlington .and came here from Barrp with her husband about two years ago. Mr. Shannon is employed by the Consolidated Lighting company. Be sides her husband and parents, Mn. Shannon is survived by a son, aged nine years, a daughter two years old, and 10 brothers and sisters. She was a member of St. AugiiHtine's church. The funeral and burial will take place in Burlington, probably on Thursday. .' Mr. and Mrs.. Webster Cats were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Pray and attended the Masonic ball. Mrs. Will Greeley and Miss Dorothy Bancroft visited at Miss Bancroft's home on Maple hill Tuelay and Wed-1 nesuay oi me pasi weeK. Mrs. W. G. Nye arid Miss Blanche Moorcroft tjient the week-end at Barre., ' Owing to the low water the mill closed Friday night for a few days. Mr. C. Donovan left Saturday morn ing for a short visit at his home ' in Newport, N. II. P. McAvoy and Mrs. Eva Gleason of Montpelier were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Van Bennet Friday and Saturday and attended the Masonic ball. Curtis Graves and Minnie Lawless were visitors in Waterbury over Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. B. Cook were visitors in Montpelier Saturday. Mrs. T?reen of Wsterhurv is the truest of her daugh ter, Mrs. Will'LaPoint. Frank liloduh was quite ill the past week, threatened with pneumonia. ' (ieorge Edson of Montpelier was a business visitor in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Grey ware' vis itors in Montjielier Saturday. Quite a number of our young people were visitors hi Barre Saturday and at tended the dance in the evening. Miss Charlotte Little was in Mont pelier Saturday. Perley Fulsome of Montpelier has been spending a few days with his sis ter,' Mrs. Frank Blodah. Miss Maud Templeton was in Mont pelier Saturday shopping. Miss Chatrleid is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Kelton. Henry Relation spent the . week-end at Barre. Quite a, number of our townspeople were in Montrndier Monday to attend the horse races. Orville Kern of Montpelier was in town Monday putting in extra radiators at Epliie Prays. The Masonic" dance held at the hall Friday night w'as well patronized, about "." couples being present and all report ed the most enjoyable time in a long while. I hose who did not care to dance amused themselves by playing cards; the lodge room being thrown open for the occasion. The annual prize speaking and spell- the public schools of held at .hast Villatre hall on Friday evening. Feb ruary 27, 1014. Admission to hall 15 cents! children 10 cents. The proceeds will be used for the purchase of books for a town school library. 'XLrfSf You'll bo prouder than ever of your f OS? woodwork when you clean it with I mSSi opLb -DUST 1 It quickly dissolves and removes all dirt and grease, and cleans everything. 5c and larger packages. - CHICAGO "Lml thm BOLD OUST TW1M8 sfoyetif womkT early, from which time he has not been i $000 toward the $1,000 asked for the ahoiit as much as usual and his genial I Clark . water system at the East vil calls are missed very much. Time hangs lage, and it will psobably soon be owned "Gets-It" for Corns On Your Piggie-Wiggies ! GIVEN VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. French Ministry Gets Support of Cham ber of Deputies. Paris, Feb. 24. The Chamber of Dep uties adopted a vote of confidence in the government yesterday, based on an interpellation by the Socialists on the state of health of the French troops who were declared to be threatened with widespread epidemics of measles and meningitis. PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings . HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture UNDERTAKERS AND LICENSED EMBALMER9 Telephone Connection: Mr. Perry. 425- DEPOT SQ.. BARRI Store, 42S-1 Mr. Noocon, 423-3 EESEEE5JSE SEB99ES Quit Puttering with Corns Use This Sure, New-Plan Corn Cure. A few drope of "GETS-IT," the bieseet wller in the world to-dnjr of anjr corn rem edy, k enough to apell positive doom Ij the fiercest eorn that ever cemeneted, itself to The body of 'John Devine, who died of old age at the Soldiers' Home in Ben nington on Saturday, was brought here yesterday and taken to the home of his niece. Mrs. Carroll Pitkin. Mr. Devine was born in Moretown about 80 years : ing contests of ago, the son of Daniel Devine. He en-j East Montpelier M ill be listed from that town and served throughout the Civil war. A delegation from JSrooks post met the bodyat the train yesterday. For some years after the war he was a market gardener ii. this city, going last year to itcniiington. He leaves two brothers, Robert, of Brat tleboro, and Daniel, a sailor. The fu neral is to be held to-morrow from St. Augustine's church. - A daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge L. Hunt. An amateur play, "A Xight Off," was given in the armory hall last evening before a crowded house,. The affair was in charge of Mrs. Kate Terrill and the most talented actors in the city took part. -'Bethany church guild, for whose benefit the entertainment was given, will realize ouite a sum from-it. The Mont pelier Military band furnished music be fore the performance and between the acts. . , heavy on his hands. since there has been such a long cold time, lie has the best of care in the home of bis son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Sibley, and it is hoped warmer weather will im prove his health. Harold Clark and little sister, Corylin, are having a very light run of whooping cough, but the bouse is likely to be quarantined some time longer, as Frank lias not commenced to cough yet. Scholars are rehearsing in different schools for the prize speaking in East village hall next Friday night. The Morse school closed a week ago, as the teacher, Miss Hallie Templeton, did not take a week off during the holidays, as some of the other teachers did. Mrs. Eaton of Waitsfield has returned to care for Mrs. Dodge at the home of Harry Vincent, after two weeks spent at her home. , Knight Badger writes home he likes his work so well in Kouthington, Conn., that he may not be back in the spring. Harry Daniels has made an offer of Thee Bale to These little toe ke-GETS-lT" a toe. It's Kood-bye Johnnie. You apply "GETS-IT" in two seconds no fuming; witi plasters that don't stitr put, with salves that make corns "pull" and make the toe beefy and raw, with knives, scissors, rassrs and diRsers that mnke corns trrow faster and that may cause blood poison from corn-cut-tinn and eorn-bleedins. "GETS-IT" shrivels up corns, they come ritiht off. That's the new principle. It's just common sense. No more corn-pains. "GETS-IT" is safe, and never hurts the flesh. Get rid of corns and callouses. "GETS-IT" is sold at 26c bottle by all druRKists, or sent direct if you wish, from E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. The ladies' auxiliary of Trinity church oljserved Washington's birthday yester day by serving a supper, which was pub lic ami largely attended. The decora tions were appropriate to the day. Miss Hilda Aslin and Benjamin Hol land, both of this city, were married Saturday evening in Bethany parsonage by Rev. S. F. Blomticld, the single ring service being used. lhey were unat tended. Mr. and Mrs. Holland will re side here, the groom being a clerk for the Montpelier Grocery company. The painters' union gave a dance last night, about 00 couples being in attend ance. The Montpelier Military band or chestra furnished music. Richard Carbo, a 14-year-old lad, has recently been in peculiar condition as a result of smelling of a bottle of stuff which he says he picked up from the debris at the Union block. According to his story, when he picked up the bot tle, he pulled out the cork to see what the liquid was by smelling of it, and the contents were of a jioisonous nature, which threw him into a stupor. A physi cian was called after. the boy had been helped home and diagnosed the case as cyanide poisoning, giving him an anti dote. The physician suspects the bottle contained potassium cyanide, used by dentists, but is sure the boy must have tnsted, as well as smelted, of the con tents, in order to produce the effect of stupor. He has practically recovered now. . . Thirty persons observed Washington's birthday at the Country club yesterday, snowshoeing, skiing, other outdoor sports and bridge whist being the principal forms of diversion. A chicken dinner was served at 0 o'clock by Mrs. McKee and afterwards a dance was 'enjoyed. The members of the club are intending to conduct similar events at intervals during the remainder of the winter. Dr. J. W. Hatch delivered an address before the ministerial association of the St. Albans district at St. Albans vester- day, and to-day is attending the annual meeting of the Greater Vermont associa tion in Burlington. EAST MONTPELIER A. B. Clifford, who has had it long and serious illness, is now so much, improved he is able to walk out as far as the post office. Susie, the four-year-old daughter of Arthur Mck, is recovering nicely from the severe cuts on her face received not long ago, when she slid alone into a barbed wire fence and tiling there until her screams brought her father and moth er to her rescue. Her mother took her at once to Montpelier, where her wounds were dressed by Dr. P, L. Templeton, and it is hoped the slight scars will not dis figure her face. J. F. Bobbins is quite ill With rheu matism and nervous trouble.. Mrs. O. B. Fifield has suffered greatly alt winter witlt heart trouble and other complications. Eugene Sployd writes home he enjoys his winter in California and his work pick ing, oranges near Los Angeles. M. D. Willard, who was 88 years old last March, is not in his usual good in town. There was a good attendance at grange last Wednesday night and the first and second degrees were workecCvAt the next meeting the third and fourth degrees will be worked, it is expected, with" a class of seven, after which a good sup-, per is sure to be served. The grange catered for the convention and cleared nearly $50, with Mrs. J. R. Young in charge of the menus, assisted in serving by many others. Orlando Clark killed eight fat hogs last Thursday and drove to Granitevills Friday to deliver them afr Tierney's market. WASHINGTON The ladies' aid society will hold a box social and entertainment in school house hall Wednesday, Feb. 25., Each lady is requested to bring a' box con taining lunch for two. Coffee will be served. Admission, 10c. SAVE YOUR HAIR! IF FALLING OUT OR DANDRUFF 25 CENT DANDERINE. Ladies I Men! Here's the Best 25 Cents You Ever Spent' Don't Wait! Apply a Little To-night. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp! of dandruff that awful scurf. There is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its luster, its strength and its very life; eventually producing A feverishncsa and itching of the scalp, which if not rem edied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die then the hair falls out fast. A little Danderine to-night now any time will surely save your hair. Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first application your hair will take on that ilfe, luster and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance; an incom parable gloss and softness, but what will please you most will be after just a few weeks' use, when you will actually sea a lot of fine, downy hair new hair growing all over the scalp. Advt. Would Ons Hundred Dollars a Monti) or More Tempt You? If you want to know how you can earn this amount, without a cent of capital, in a clean, legitimate business, where you are your own "boss," and are shown that others in the same line of busi ness, have made double, treble and possibly ten times as much, health this whiter, having a severe cold ! with an annual income coming to you for years after, approxi mately representing an investment at 5 per cent, interest, just drop me a letter or a postal card and I will explain the proposition to you in a few words. Address LOCK BOX NO. 52,. St. Johns bury, Vt. OUCH! ACHING JOINTS, RUB RHEUMATIC PAIN Rub Rheumatism Away with a Small Trial Bottle of Penetrating Old St. Jacobs Oil Rheumatism is "pain only." Not one case in fifty requires internal treatment. Ston dniKtriiia! Rub the misery right away! Apply soothing, enetrstiiig "St. Jacobs Oil" directly upon the "tender' spot" and relief comes instantly. "St. Jacobs Oil" conquers ; pain. It is' harmless rheumatism cure, ; which never disappoints and cannot burn j or discolor the skin. ) Limber up! Quit complaining! Get a small trial bottle of "St. Jacobs Oil." j and in just a moment you'll be as free from rheumatic pain, soreness and stiff-1 ness as anw-bo!n baby. Don't suffer! j Relief and a cure awaits you. Get it! : "St. Jacobs Oil" is just as good for sci- j atica, neuralgia, lumbago, backache, ; sprains and swellings. Keep it handy! Advt. Sug- Wherever there is Pain apply mu . PLASTER The World's Greatest External Remedy, Cold Weather gestions This cold weather is very suggestible to some of the garments and wearing apparel we have just re ceived. If it is something for warmth and durability you are looking for, you can find it here. Some of our new spring goods are . beginning to arrive, and we will be pleased to show you them. We have got a few odd lots that were left over from our sale that can be bought at a bargain. New York Bargain Store .SL 100 North Main Street 1? 2L ... mi SIM tSsstUfiajMaa ore and the great Bankrupt Sale will go down in the history of Barre as a record breaker for genuine bargains given. The only object of this sale is to raise cash to settle the creditors. Do not fail to take advantage of this sale. Such a cut in prices as we have made has never been equalled in the state. It is up to you to buy your Suit, Over coat, Shirts, Hosiery, Hat, Shoes and Furnishings now at the Bankrupt Sale. Rmmber that this sale will soon close, so come as early as you possibly can and take ad vantage of the wonderful sale opportunities. Such well-known brands of merchandise offered as V. S. Peck's Clothing, Young's Hats, Crawford Shoes and many other standard well-known brands too numerous to mention that are included at this Bankrupt Sale. It is a big money-saving event for you. Every article in the store is marked in plain, figures at deeply cut prices. ARRE CLOTHING STORE, 171 North Main Street Watch for the Big Bankrupt Sale Sign Covering the Windows THEB "Tf" laMMk it sps JPS Blsslaassksl