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THE UAHKTC DAILY TIMES, BA11UE, VT., THURSDAY. DKCKMREIt 24, 19U.
Merry Christmas Everybody! This is the Christmas Slipper store! No two ways about it, as we've every thing in Slippers for everybody! Santa Claus Always Gets His Slippers Here ! We've Slippers in all styles and for every member of the family. Our Slipper Show is so large that we dare not attempt a description of the many styles. We have certainly the handsomest Slippers that are made, and we are show ing many styles you'll not be able to find in other stores! Tilden Shoe Co, The House of Better Shoes BARRE, VT. A UNIQUE RECORD Very Re- Few Like It In Our Broad public Home testimony for Doan's Kidney Tills, published in every CABOT Ni'xt Sunday will bo thn election of ofllt-rra for tlinKiiniluy artiool ut tho ('-on-KriTHtiointl rlniivli for t!i eominir yenr. MiHH Ji'imif HYImter in n'inliiifj Ikt kHhmiI viii'iitiori i.t ti. M. JVt-Iihtfr'H. M. 1. hi'i lcr linn iH't'U imttnijr ilown locality, iS Of itself Convincing H lianlwou.l Hour ill tlm Oli,nvgatioiiul evidence of merit. Confirmed imronujfc tin ut week. testimony forms still stronger ,Mr- '" i-'nn,k (nHS ,,f M.t- r j II .1 1.1 1 I iiimny. Barre gratefully acknowledged the benefit derived from Doan's Kidney Pills. The statement is now confirmed the proof more convincing. Cases or tnis Kind are plentiful in the work of Doan's Kidney Pills the record is unique. George I. Beckley, Hill and Liberty streets, Barre, says: "I have no hesitation in recom mending Doan's Kidney Pills as a remedy of merit for the pur pose their use is indicated. I used Doan's Kidney Pills for kid ney complaint and lame and ach ing back, and they have done me a world of good. I have been free from the trouble since crladlv cive you permission to use my former statement." Price fiOc, at all dealers'. Don't sim ply aHk for a kidney remedy get Doan'g Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Berkley hud. FoBter-Milburn Co., Projia., Ituffalo, n. y. BETHEL REVAMPING THE RURAL SCHOOLS A Successful Experiment in South Carolina. it. Why is it we have been so long in discovering the educational value of the school luncheon, which means so much as to the comfort and health of the chil dren and their comrades? After luncheon, I noted the following) fcome girls were making luun- Walter Jellis of Manchester, N. H., came yesterday to spend Christmas at W. J. Toland's, benjamin llart of Ellenbur Depot, N. Y., is here to visit his sister, Mrs. Wrifi'lit Sample. Kermit McLeod of Mxissena, X. Y., is a giiest at C. (J. Clifford's. Fire one day lately did some damage in a room at C. E. Benedict's, when a garment hung near a stove caught (ire, which spread to several articles. 1 here was little damage to the house itself. F. E. Lamphere has moved into the large house he lately built near the quarry schoolliouse. Miss Lucy Washburn is at home from Montclair, X. J., where she teaches. Mrs. M. C. I.amson and Miss Edna Der tani came yesterday from Boston. Several persons have sipped a petition as the road remained unbroken after the recent storm. Yesterday mori ings tem perature was 14 below zerj. Many of the rural schools celebrate Christmas this afternoon with trees ami exercises. TOPSHAM To continue our description of the model rural school, begun recently, the' groups: children while in the garden lay out j dry bags, handkerchiefs, etc., a group of some rows of beans, which they have boys were planning a net with which to this opportunity to give an informal . teacher was conducting a history recita- i k.nK that Leon Come who recently was talk on the various varieties, habit of j tion, another a class in arithmetic, while ( tk U the fHte mdustr.,,1 school for growth, etc. After ,a discussion has been j outside seated on the grr, a little girl br,'ch of Imrole' a'al" ''l"wd 0,1 l""0 carried on as long' as possible without was reading "Robinson Crusoe" to aj bation. fatiguing the children, they go indoors ' much interested group of children. There Kurai iau tarrier J. M. IWUu-itii y,a and one of the older scholars writes on are days when the entire school goes out "1"1,"" 10 traei nmnge n u je-.iei.iAj the blackboard a number of new words into the woods and fields to gather spec-. about beans, in three columns name miens tor the museum and to observe words, descriptive words, and action will nature, day when similar excur words. These are spelled and their sions are made to see what rivers are, meaning explained, while during the day : and lakes and hills and valleys, or to the pupils follow the development of the study relics of local history, anil what bean and make a picture of them in their ( was done with beans is repeated by various stages of growth. From these teaching about corn, wheat, fruits and words and pictures they make a bean vegetables and flowers. Thus we made a book which tells in sequence the story , tour from the schoolroom to the work- of the bean from testing seed throuph to shop, then to the museum with its eol liarvest. A natural sequence to the bean lection of insects, plants and patterns, book is a volume on some weens trom ana then to the sewing-room, where ev Our Bean Plot, illustrated. Here then erv activity was purposeful and nat- are lessons in hygiene, biology, agricultural, and in ever' department the chil ture, spelling, reading, arithmetic, draw-! dren seemed not onlj' irtiusually intelli ing, grammar, geographj-, all growing gent, but busy and happy. out ot a sin.tu morning s work. About 11 o'clock preparations begin for the midday meal, the children are scattered over the house, some in the workshop, some playing instructive games, others busy at bookmaking. let tuce is to be part of the menu, and the teacher calU for volunteers to prepare the fresh green heads; she turns to the blackboard and writes the names of the two girls who are to do the work, then the children spell the word and the girls go to the kitchen. Next the dressing has to be made, and the teacher writes the WEBSTERVILLE. The special train to accommodate shop pers from here will he run over the Barre railroad to Barre and return Thursday night at the usual hours. GRANITEVILLE. There will be five reels of moving uie tures shown in the Granite theatre on Dee. 2.. Afternoon show at 2 o'clock; words dressing on the board with the evening shows at 7 and 8 o'clock. Ad names of the pupils who are to prepare J mission, 5e and 10c. There Is Only Ono "Bromo Qzsisrsine" To Cot Tho GENUINE, Gall Fop Tho Full Name Laxative Bromo Qumma Used Tho World Over to Ouro a Gold In Ono Day Mrs. Frank Mason was at West Tops- ham last Saturday. Edwin Miller from Norwich university is spending a few davs with Mr. and Mr. If. B. White. Miss Kuth Sawyer, who is teaching in Canaan, is spending her vacation with bcr parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sawyer. . 0. Rogers and daughter, Miss ilia, of Orange, spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. P. J. McN'amara. Mrs. Sarah Little of Corinth was a guest of Mrs. Clarence Lang the Prst of the week. Misses Ruth and Ivilon McKay and Beatrice Miles from Montpelier seminary are home for their Christmas vacation. P. J. McN'amara was in Bradford last Friday. Harry Currier was home from South Rjegate over Sunday. Miss Esther Wells is nt home during the school vacation at W ellesley eolle.; . Communion service will be observed at the Congregational church Sunday, Jan. 3. Mrs. James Welch and son of Water ford were entertained at the homo of Miss Martha Granger Sunday, Miss Maude I'rban and James F. Scott. I of Bethel were united in marriage Sutui- day evening. Dec. 5. by Rev. F. E. Cur- . rier at the home of the bride's parent;-, Mr. and Mrs. Peter I'rban. The newly . wedded couple are to reside in Bethel. Byron Webster of Waterford is at the home of his father, G. M. Webster. j Charles Kenerson of Barre was a guest at Mrs. Sue Kenerson's recently. Neighbors at lower Cabot numbering .10 gave Mr. and Mrs. Reed a pleasant surprise visit last week Wednesday even ing. Refreshments ot sugar and dough nuts were served. Rev. Morton Hale of Coventry will oc cupy the pulpit at the Congregational church Sunday, Dec. 27. Miss Enrlene McConachie is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. L. W. Bur bank. G. M. Webster is very low. at the pres ent time, with no chance of recovery. Mrs. M. E. Byron of North Montpelier spent a few days at Mrs. E. A. Merritt's lust week. Mrs. Ella Kittreilge spent a few davs last, week with friends in Walden. Mrs. Willis of Mechanicsville is spend ing the winter with her daughter, Mrs. E. F. Smith. Mrs. Cordelia Mack has closed her house for the winter and gone to Barre to the home of her brother, Charles Ken erson. Cecil Foster returned home from Mart- Fletcher hospital Wednesday for a few days, when he will return for a final op eration for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Tabor of North Calais were guests at If. H. Foster's Sun day. Mrs. Tabor remained through the week with her aged father, who is in poor health. Miss Leila Stevens of Biirre is a guest this week of her sister, Mrs. L. W. Bur-bank. Don't forget the chicken pie supper at the Congregational church Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Flovd Freeman have moved in with fxiverin Lvford and will care for him during the winter. RESINOL HEALS ITCHING ECZEMA Tho Easy Way to Cet Rid of Torment. Ing, Unsightly Skin Eruptions. 1 your kln Helios and burns with fer.ema or other tormenting, unsightly akin trouble, simply wash the soro places with Reshiol Soap and hot water. dry, and apply a little Kcsinol Oint ment. The itching stops Instantly, you no longer liavo to dig and scratch, sleep becomes possible, and healing begins ai once. That is because Ihe soothing, antiseptic Resinol medication strikes right into the surface, arrests the ac tion of the disease and lets the tor tured, inflamed skin rest, almost al ways restoring it to perfect health quickly, easily and at little cost. Resinol Soap and Resinol Ointment are also speedily effective in even seven) and stubborn cases of pimples, black heads, dandruff, sores and piles. Pre scribed iy doctors for over nineteen years, and sold 'by praotically every druggist. For free trial, write to Dept. KK, Resinol, Baltimore, Md. Don't bo ueoeivea by jnicnor substitutes." We Wish You a Merry Christmas Each CANCER OF THE BREAST Year Die From GROTON Whenerer you feel a cold comlnij on think of the full nam LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look fur this signature on the box. Price 25 cents. SOUTH BARRE Mr. and Mrs. M. h. Lewis arrived home Mondny from Alburg. where they at tended the funeral of Mrs. Iwis broth er, Autoine Asldine. George Rotten, who has been visiting bis fattier and mother, has returned to bin home in South Rvegat. Edward Rivers, who has liein on the sick list, remains abort the same. The South Barre srlnxd has closed for a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mr. Fred MrA!litr wen guests of his nrother. Clyde Me.Alltr, at Williamstnw n Sunday. Charles A. Kicker, who underwent an operation at Cottage hoMit.i). Woods ville, X. H the day before Thanksgiving, was able to come to his home last Sat urday. Although still weak, his condi tion is much improved. Mrs. Sarah Webber returned to her home at Barre Saturday. She was ac companied by her daughter, Mrs. Lam phere. and tjrnnddanghter. Mildred Lam phere. who visited relatives at the alxne mentioned place over Sunday and Mon day. Wallace Chalmers of Corinth is w irk int' in the blacksmith shop of C. M. Pair.-. Mr. Chalmers and fapiily resided here for several years some 10 or 12 J'ears aifo and bis friends are glad to renew bis ac quaintance, Mrs. William Reid and son. Edwin, of Montpelier. are passing the week at the home of her father. A. S. Clark. Mis Carrie Chalmers, who hns been the eflicient clerk in the pontollice for several months, has completed her duties there. Hrr place i. supplied by Mixs I'stella Ijikin of Groton pond. Mr. and Mrs. Bntwrt H'a'Mon were called to iMmncid ciinel'iv hv the death of Mr. Ralston's brother's wife. Mrs. John Ral-ton. Mrs. Doe. mother of Mrs. R. J. Miller, died Monday tiii'it at the home of her daughter at Groton pond. The funeral w held Wcibie.tn V at South ltyefat '. where she formerly resided. Mr. W bad been in failing health for scvtrsl J'eaiS. Mr. Kenn.'dv of St. .T.ihntniry hg moved to the Fred Ri. ker bouse and i '. employed a bl u k.mith at the stoucshej of Albert Che.cbi. Mi A'hiie Mi-Donald went to 7,000 Women That Disease. Seven thousand women die from can cer of the breast each year in the United States, according to the estimate of the American society for the control of can cer. According to the United States census, there were 4,481 deaths from this disease in 11)12 in the registration nrea, which represented at that time a lit tle over tiO per cent of the population of the country. In each of these ,,0I0 cases there was a time when the disease was curable. Unfortunately, it is not always discov ered in tiie early stage. But nature nearly always gives a timely warning. Alert intelligence and a prompt visit to a good surgeon would save a great pro portion of the women attacked bj' this; disease. In a little pamphlet called "The Story of Mrs. Harrison," the cancer society j lias recently told how one wise woman took the step in "time and averted the terrible danger in which she found her- j self. Years later her friends, seeing her j looking so well and happy, envied her j because ''she had never been sick a day in her life!" It will be said that such j cases are exceptional. So they are be cause, unfortunately, such w ise and cour- : agi'ous patients are exceptional. It is a i pitj' that information ami education j about cancer are not universal. It is a I pitj' that instead of knowledge that saves, we see daily evidence of supersti- j tion that kills. It is a pity that a sin gle precious moment after the discovery j of symptoms is ever wasted in listening j to criminal quacks who promise cure j without the use of the knife and employ internal ftimul.ints and external pastes, '$ winch are either useless, or in such hands, dangerous. As a result when the sufferer does finally come to the surgeon she comes as last resort, too often hnpint? or even expecting him to accomplish the impossi ble. What are the signs, then, which should take any woman who discovers them at once to her taruuv physician or to t lie nearest surgeon or larie hospitsM Any bump or unnatural hardness in any part of the breast or in the arm- i pit, or anj' reddish or brownish dis- j i;l urge from the nipple with or without i sorer slioiil 1 receive instant at ten- ' ti"n and should lie brought to the notice of the family doctor or a competent sut- And especially is the painless lump to feared for the breast earner in its earlier stages does not compel notice' by painful sensations. j When we speak of a lump or an unnat- j uial hnrdn' it means that cancer of 1 t be bieast is riot at fir-t acsirnpanird ( by any not io-able change in the size or. shape of the breast, or in the consisten cy of the remainder of it. The disease I sometime shown itself lis a hardening ,' or shrinking of the breast with indruw- ling of the nipple. In such cise the pon-S oe the skin over the location of t!i" I ! disease later Irwme very pi onuiin.H-d so jlh.it the nppesrance is much like that of lpigki'i. But in the Ise-inning tlii-ri" is J nil fhrtne ni-t ici'S tile except the lump -1 Come to This Man's Store for a Man's Gift If you are buying Christmas gifts come here for the sensible, practical things which every man and boy pre fers the most. Every article marked down. Men's and boys' Suits and Overcoats in all the newest tweeds and styles. Sweaters in all colors and grades. House Coats and Bath Robes at next to nothing prices. Neckwear, 19c, 29c, 39c and 45c in beautiful holiday boxes, ready fpr giving. Gloves, Mufflers, Shirts, Traveling Bags, Umbrellas and many other ar ticles suitable for a Christmas gift to a man or boy. Barre Clothing Store 171 North Main Street, Now in the Hands of the NEW YORK AUCTION & COMMISSION HOUSE Frank McGill, Manager GRANITEVILLE. Some Holiday Specials Worth Getting COc Molasses, per gallon 43c 50c Molasses, r gallon 33c (rider Vinegar, per gallon 19c Uuckw heat, 3 packages for 23c Mince Meat, 3 packages for Imperial Pie Fruit, 3 packages for Fpices of all kinds, ptr package . . Kc packages of Pop Corn JOe Jtiiy, it jar 2 Apricots 3 cans Van Camp's MHk ......... Canned Pumpkin, per ran ......... 8c Tim Klwcial trsin to iiymmn!t obop. pr from bcr will l run ver t!i Barre rilri to Barre mi return TlmrniU tiipht (tt ttw uniI houm. It It a Feature of All mnniivl ere-lit bitorr that it has lot viilm- itb tlie laiiup of time, ' provision fr ile!,t j-aynwnt and ineroa ire local m-.-H i nit adequately mail. I. if- inmranee. hen well filarV.I. in ii'i in rri;t value with it aire. a ti"nal Life In. .. of Vt. (Mutual.) S V lia'laril. general agent, 1 wren-e buiblif,?, !n.tp!ier, Vt. lie Canned Plums, per can 11c 2e 2c ITc 4 tans Tomato S'up frr ' Tt.s. Girgi.r Snap for . . . Extracts, regular 25c lie F. A. Nichols & Son 51" North Main Street Telephone K-V Fresh Cut Meat and Hone as an Ke Producer rui meai ana twine nas t.-ni'M.q fr !cd the ideal fowj for lav-1 mnip!t'r in t ing hens tecaue it contains in nl a high'y rrnrentrated but easily c I Freh 7c I been calif or iinM!ie. ii a womin tiixcovvr t.'n nin Uf ahniiM po at oner t a tilivM- I Tbr rt or-,1 can.!. "Thr Hop, 'of r ,ftn in '"e perfect ".nS- j ii" in e. iii" j-ii'rnti:ie i e iteeefn'iv : for furt'nr conn1. Tin- jiti nt bonll not riimlle or irrltite tlic fT--. ..! purt.j b-it abciiM ) ca.(!y fir dm tor a-1 vim. No one more curm-Mly il ire J lu r to U' etired tl.an be. Now (! t:i Ai not metin that therr i morc tlnnr'r 'rur ome urn fjtu!v Ir -i'!.-iJ fmm run. on tr o!.r liiiml. i one xafe j raur t!"e i' A lif Vi r 'l-,( rcj in tbr fMnn'r hi 'ore. Ti e iirifoiin.l. f! f.-ar of eanii-r ill eane w.tir of t'e vr 1 1 ti of t'lr a", l.ik t' r ! i'n '!. 1 man bo iiif' t jd.y rvmmr. arr viiti- t'V ..".,t. of i" f'"" ,ir"i,r "'".. -'h ,tir l.nle. Mr. an-I Vr. 1 .. . Stoer of i 1 r - " """ t-ii nai rx-n t.m .itv. Tbr .r;.e. vim -. ..,. ." mmrr 1'-rt? p"Mr,.l t.tr ,m 't.w i-illle. rn.nt Iht pirlbnoi ,1,,. -"" 'f ' '!' r l.r.-at bi. S. Iifrr. Mr. f jmp im. ha . from f,,. . """'"' "' ?. -""'l ieinnati. i n in--tor for t'.r Am.ri.-an ,' '" 1 ''" -r f'-r f f-". V...I Wir. V. xt 'A . .f. r ...4 Mr. i'me lH It II lt-r f Ifl i. i. Ii fi bl S.itur.lay to cue for Mr. Jubn Hal- ton. "oil-l" reiiiletei) at tbr union aervirv at tbe Mi'fliolii-t ehiir-h Snn-'-.r rverptur !i tniieh rnioyel by tbr liiii'e nicnUr nrtn iit. Tin rr nlo aprrinl nui.je am) etnion at tbr rnornin!j aervii m l ii h H mneh i.i-iat't. The rlnHiti n l'lit iful'r ili'inrntiMl rvcriTocn trees. reatb. topi of cvpii'wti, rlu tr of pine n-l thr fraernt ti.tUam. MONTPFLIr.il Vr. an Vrn. 1iu!t Lsne-lilin. mln irr mrri-il in Viww.fr. Mm Sun- whenever you are troubled with minor ailments of the digestive organs, that these may soon develop into more serious sickness. Your future safety, as well as your present comfort may depend on the quickness with which you seek a corrective remedy. By common consent of the legion who have tried them, Beecham'a Pills are the most reliable of all family medi cines. This standard family remedy tones the stomach, stimulates the sluggish liver, regulates inactive bowels. Improved digestion, sounder sleep, better looks, brighter spirits and greater vitality come after the system has been cleared and the blood purified by fill ii fi'is lyfi H (Tba Lara Ml Sal sf Any Mxlickia in lha World) Soli Erarrvkm. la saaaa, tOc 23c. If you haven't all the : business you want, adver tise in The Times, ! voa-1 M-mtp. '"'I (r "Pit IioIt of 'M'. (ib SrT. .t.. a . ... :.. iv, .. .... M . m i.n . .i i It.. . - ' ...... . r. " t, 1 aimuaic-(i i&rm an me materi- t,.rr v.f.r 'iv it int. r--rt. s.,.. a! which are containe.1 in the .r -.-.!. t. it v t egg. If your hens are not lav- ,,""t cr....ry .r i-r n r. v., ing joi ha-i MUr .end to C. S. Ji2I ,.. , r. ,...,, ,..r ,f, Page. Hyde Park. t-, for a 2tM- .,. to rrt t ..H-, -mt f-i:n.J harrtl of this ft4. It ''" rart ti m- t j.-r v ill t-i vou f-r!r $3.7. freight i "W,K- r-rcpaa to your railroad .tati-nJ,,.:;-5,:,;';;;:,:;:;'':? W ben wTitsr.g him mettion this .,ti - .-.-4 - 7 .-., pf r. i ; .. i i ,t I.... t - r of !.r l'nt ii ! " -i-1 if it i i '! .i t ?rr !" ! )n w I t:-r f-1 r !.-? n. It ! . 4 it ( tf I- Hli A to"' o- rl'i t l 1 ' "ib tnav l.j l. T tf t .-.-t- (! .!' ".'' t "t i IK IV n i ..., i. fct if tt-a f 4 n,. a t 1 t t ' 'lit f ' - t "( t ' rH f ll-." CHRISTMAS FURS AT REDUCED PRICES rpsTitviiit. in .inn. . M i pi. , i il u .,i.,ui ,i, -wwmAJ3- X.jmiS -llt'JH 4 4-f 1 j CHIP your furs lo us by cxprcss,.or do. I liver to our nearest brandi and you yi!I receive the riighcst market prices for j same. Wc pay all transportation cliarges. V if - " - - " i'' I . ' . -. w i W i-.'i . g t.'--a . i w t rw . r f i. i I r" '-l- .i ' f . r ) . V- V t : .i;"-. .'.o w I i. . ... I -rW f. V. F- .;; ?.-! f ."!.; : 4 t, (irf( ' m - .. !.! S y- V i'rm : f" t f ' I ' t rit.lmr rr-n W !-..( f . f. " - r ! ' ,'t - fwrw .-ill, .rr; f - TK f....r J;,--- i''1-.. ini'- r 7 T . v 1 . i - rr 4 - "ijr: 1""" -1 t'r I - SIMPLE UEMKHV IS r.wouin; HERE 7n i t . 4 r-. TT p ' t4 -'! mm. We hae dcr.?cd to ofTcr all our stock of Purs at greatly educed prir durirg the holidays. This w.Il give all l?dif s a chance ti 1 uy thtir Furs before the rv!. day fc-a.n. We extend fin invitation to yj to call and I rirg your friend and tr" n our latest styles in fah ior :J. 1 Lr. (V r:f rally, while the trk is fi.Il. A FEW SPECIAL VALIJES ZvUt Mir.k 5ls. fcr- ; Natural Tx S-s-U. f.-r-TrfHr flio. redsrevj t... f TO rrrrly f 15 to $2. re.!-.rfi1 llattf-m M.r.k S-t. for- ito f 10 to $1 f!.r!y flT-.. t... f 12 Nit: nil .ri- V-If st t . S-frnt il.r.k MifT. it fcrrnerlr f i!rt' redueM in 112 fr Ar IIS to f ft Is. f "rrT"rr f ';' t !':.. r- i atf rl I . k rrr n 5 t s, ff(rm.rr f 2 to. f 12 I Sf-j.ffete M jT (a"-i fkuri 4 t- f r t 12 tr."H f 1,75 -Bp I vr Wi P lUpklrti zt Retired fVieesi I. STEKOLCHIK (1 1! L. . ; v t r -; rRunr u, n niur.n rc7i 2-t:r?, Wivr:? -i l v 7 r :r t'tttt III f ill' 'III ! I 'Jl Mil I i f - i t ! . ! i Ml P J r-i; I mft A S'r - t