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TIIK IiAKUK DAILY TIMES, IURRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1015.
i These Thanksgiving Anniversaries mean dress-up times, and we've' made special preparations this sea son for never before has the American citi zen had so much for which to be thankful. e occasion ana aaa 10 Clothes to erace th the festive look. Suits for men $10 to $25. New Overcoats received $15 and up to $25. Mackinaws, Sweaters, etc. Plenty of Neck Sweaters for men and boys. F. H. Rogers & Co. EAT LESS AND TAKE SALTS FOR KIDNEYS Take a Class of Salts If Your Hurts or Bladder Bothers Back The American men and women must guard cuiihtantly Hguinnt kidney trouble, IteeaiiHB we rat too inuclt ana all our ioou la rich. Our blood ia-lilled with uric; acid which the kidneys strive to filter out, tliey weaken from overwork, become sluggish; the eliniiuutive tinmies clog and this" result is kidney trouble, bladder wenknens and a general decline in health. When your kidneys feel like lumps of lead; your back hurts or tho urine is cloudy, full of sediment or you are obliged to neck relief two or three times during the night; if you suffer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or vou have rheumatism when tho weather is bad, get from your phar mitcint about four ounces of Jad .Salts; take a tublospoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous halts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flunh'and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neutralize the acids in the urine So it no longer is a source of irritation, thus end ing bladder disorders. Jad Halts is inexpensive; camfiiot in jure, makes a delightful, effervescent, j lithia-water beverage, and belongs m every home, because, nobody can make a mistake by having a good kidney flushing any time. Adv. TALK OF THE TOWN tieorgu JYanlpy of Lynn, Maas., was a buisncHS viBltor in the city yesterday. Auction sulo at Farnhum's at Mntpo lier, Friday this week, 21 fresh horses, commisHioii horses and, other property. C. V. Smith, auctioneer. adv. Miits Kva ThompKcn, who has been spending several days at her former hoiirti in Harre, left the city last evening for her homo in Jiluu Hill, Mo. She waa accom panied by her sisters. Misses Madme and Josephine Thompson, and brother, (jilman Thompson, who will make their home in Blue Hill, after residing in Burre for sev eral mouths. GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HAIR She Mixed Sulphur with It to Restore Color, Gloss, Tbick new . MARK PAVILION THEATRE TO-DAY. MORETOWN. BARRE DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1915. Entered t tK Poetofflca at Barra aa Scond Claas Mail Matter Published Every Week-Day Afternoon SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year One month : 5 centm tingle copy cent FRANK K. LANGLEY. PubtUher Canada is "floating" a $50,000,(100 loan. Yes, on a sea of trouble. thousand miles away there is poverty, even dire want, suffering, anguish of soul, torture of mind, destruction. So it seems almost sacrilegious for the United States to be indulging in a period of thankful ness, for it is so thoroughly selfish, so self -centered, when all about us there is little or nothing for which the people can give thanks. However, a fenling of. op timism is bound to come over one as he contemplates the conditions in the United States, and inevitably there creeps in a sense of thankfulness that we are as we are. Let it, ttierefore, be associated with light 'the hope that ere another Thanksgiving time the entire world may be well started on the road to conditions which will en- "Preparedness" at this time means an ab(J tlleln to g;ve thanks also after the Mrs. J. O. Haskins of Waterbury vis ited her sister, Mrs. M. R. Child, last week. Mrs. John Fulton arid two sons of Lebanon, X. H., are guests of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 1 freeman Wonderful Story of a "Serpent Woman" Unfolded in "The Devil's Daugnter." "The Devil's Daughter," picturized for William Fox, from tlabrielo D'Annun zlo't most exotic and famous work, the world known "La Gioconda," is a screen pluy of tremendous force and unforget tably powerful in it depiction of an evilly beautiful siren, who, like the La mia of ancient Greek mythology, is half serpent and half woman in her nature. Even if D'Annunio had not insisted on the famed Theda Bara, the "Vampire Woman" of the Theatre Antoinc, Paris, being cast for the part before he would sign the film rights over to William Fox, it Is doubtful if anywhere on earth an actress could have been found, except Mile. Bara, possessed of the febrile act and sinister beauty requisite to portray "The Devil's Daughter." Miss Bara's work in parts of this type has become world famous from sucli William fox productions as "The Clemetjtiu Case," "A Fool Thero Va," etc., in each of which the French leading woman in the part of a fascinating diabolical temptress has won international fame. adv. , Common ifardcn suae brewed into a I heavv tea with sulphur and alcohol add ed, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant, re move every bit of dandruff, stop scalp it chine and fulling hair. Just a tew ap plications will prove a revelation if your hair is fading, gray or dry, icragglv and thin. Mixing the saga tea and suf- phur.recipe at home, though, is trouble some; An easier way is to get the ready to-use tonic, eostinir about no cents large bottle at drug stores, known as "W ycth s fSage and feuqihiir compound," thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wisiiy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, wo an desire to retain our youiii ful appearance and attractiveness. By darkening yonr hair with Wyjeth'a Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, because, it does so naturally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant. Adv. DOWN SALE GKANITEVILLE. Card of Thanks. We desire to express our appreciation and extend our sincere thanks to the many friends in Graniteville for the Clarence Flint of Washington spent kindness shown us and for the sympathy There has been a remarkably laughter of cattle this deer season. empty stomach Thursday, Nov. i at 12 o'clock noon on;KOO(1 oW American custom. THANKFULNESS. From a purely self-centered viewpoint, 18 POUNDS OF BLOOD the people of the United States have average quantity in a healthy adult, but it is the quality of the blood that determines our strength to resist sickness. With weak blood we find cold hands and chilly feet; in children an aversion to study, and in adults rheumatic tendencies. In changing seasons get abundant fresh air and take a spoonful of Scott's Emulsion after meals, because Scott's Emulsion is a rich blood-food that will increase both quantity and quality of the blood while it warms the body and helps carry off the impurities. When multitudes of people are to- much to be thankful for. Indeed, their blessings have been piling up in tremen dous measure during the year just end ing with Thanksgiving, 1H15. Chief and foremost of those blessings under the conditions which prevail throughout the world is the rather negative one of free dom from participation in bloodshed. While a dozen nations, many of them so called world powers, are now engaged in the terrible practices of war. the United States maintains herself in peace and all that peace means to a people. If, there-. the past week with his brother, L. E. Flint, and family. Six deer were brought into the vil lage Saturday by campers who spent the week at Camp Lookout in Jonesville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamb of Warren were guests at A. C. Child's Friday and Saturday. The entertainment Friday evening by the Chatham Concert Co., under the aus pices of the ladies' aid, was attended by a full house, and was greatly enjoyed. A free supper was served to about 140, "Mrs. Graves of Waterbury was a guest of Mrs. M. S. Ward the past week. J. S. Austin is to move into the tene ment vacated by Fred Shontell, and Peter Pappino is to move his family into the one vacated by Mr. Austin. A son was born Sunday, Nov. 21, to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Irish of Under bill recently spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Irish, their parents. Holmes Mobbs,' who attends school at Johnson, is spending the Thanksgiving recess at his home in town. and helpful hands that they have ex tended us in the time of our Borrow, during the illness and death 'of our eon and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Mac-Ritchie and family, Springfield, Que. WEBSTERVILLE. St. John the Baptist Episcopal church There will be services on the evening of Thanksgiving day at 7 o'clock. WAITS RIVER. fore, thero is any single reason why the , . , . c , P . ', , .. , , ,, , .i day taking Scott s Emulsion to avert thanks of the people should be poured . ' . ? , . . ... , . .. winter sickness, and are giving it to forth in full measure at this time it is that bloody strife has not drawn the United States into its vortex. The course cf the nation has been so directed that the American republic has maintained its dignity while at the same time it was winning victories of civilization and hu manity. By standing apart from the war the United States has been enabled to take a position of commanding influence in world relations. Iretieally single handed and armed only with the weapons of peace, she has not been able to fight successfully all the battles in behalf of a staggered civilization; but, thanks be, she has bvn able to win some of them, and the influence emanating therefrom has had a powerful effect toward peace over the whole earth. That influence i bound to be an entering wedge for the ending of the war. From materialistic viewpoint, too. we ran, if we wish, give thank because of the abundance of the land, although here Spain it seema almot l'liaraaairal to indulge in that kind of w If-orjrstula-tkm. We are slapping ur,!e on the back becau v are fot like the woji1p of other lands, lav-auae there is a tr mendous )arvet, tfaue our manufac tories are whirring at tip sperd, Iwrause our mines and quarries art giving ffrtb ntitnlJ wealth. lavau etrry where t!er la evidiTiee fif prpperiy, while few. their children, it is careless to neglect its benefits. Look out for substitutes. bcutt & Cowuc. Bloomcld, IN'. . 15-26 Everybody take notice. You are soon to have the opportunity of hearing the Campus quartet, Dartmouth college, Hanover, N. H. This quartet is composed of the following: H. C. Wright, J. 1. English, J. C. Myer, E. C. Earle, together with R. A. Burlen, reader. They will present quartet, solo and piano selec tions and the reader will give some of his own works. Riverside grange haa se cured this quartet and reader for tho evening of LVcember 2, at Waits River. Make your plans to attend. Admission 25c. Refreshments will 1 sold after the entertainment. Remember the date, Dei-ember 2. . Lime-Loss in Tuberculosis In the Journal nt the American Medical Association (January 17, 11114) was the following, It haa brew ninny time Mated that la tnberrwlosla or Iw the pre tuberruliMla ataare aw Increased amoant of calcium I lime) 1 loat. both la the urine and freea. la fart, a drmlarrallaatina baa beea theuaat to be a forerunner of the develop ment of tabrrruloala Forced feeding of tnberealoala patlrnla unci the eaormoas amount of rata aail milk once glvea aarb a tlrnta ar not bow considered advta ahle by a ,arr number of phralrlaaa who are npeelailslaa; la the treat ment of pulmonary tubereBlOMla.' If tuberculosis Is due to a loss of lime from the system, the success of Bckman'a Alterative In the treat ment of thla disease may ba due. in part, to the fact that It contalna a lime aalt so combined with other valuable Ingredients aa to be easily assimilated. Always wa have urrred usera of Eckman'a Alterative to attend strict ly to mattera of food. In addition to rest and proper diet, soma affective remedial agent aeema to be needed, and In numerous canes of apparent recovery from tubercu losis and kindred throat and bron chial affections Eckman's Alterative haa supplied this need. It' doea not contain oplatea, nar cotics or habit-forminn; druas, ao it la aafe to try. Tour druaa-ist has It or will order It, or you can utet it from us direct. Kramaa La bora tor, Philadelphia. Thanksgiving Specials GRAPES ; Cornichon, Malaga, Tokays, Emperors, 2 lbs. for 25c Concord and Catawba Grapes, 15c basket GRAPEFRUIT I. 4 and ( FOR lit niVlVlfl Hmmm . . . . I & tn SKe 1 ORANGES, per doten ........ ,iSe ta Se e a vf-L' HIV ca . J-... Ita a an el J Ka 11:1 ur. Inl. aL,rj, frt. "vn at.aws- PEARS, per doien le to 4e FANCY WESTERN APPLES, dot. 20-S0 CASABA MELONS, each 0c NKW DATES, per ft ..Ie NEW FIGS Ite and lie ft. NEW NUTS Walnuts, 20c Castanas, 20c Almonds, 20c, Filberts, 18c Tecans, 15c Mixed Nuts, 2 lbs. for. . . .25c CHESTNUTS. 1 fta. for lie I.ETTIXK. Fancy, per head St RADISHES, per honch Ic CI CLMBERS, each Ha 8WFET POTATOES. 1 lbs. for .....lie FANCY PASCAL CELERY, bunrh 15 FANCY HOWE'S CRANBERRIES, 1 quarts for lie See Our CONFECTIONERY Display and Prices Diversi Fruit Co. GOODS DELIVERED FREE "PHONE -W All This Thanksgiving- Week And then to make ready for Christ mas business. Many Christmas things are coming in now THANKSGIVING SALE WAISTS $1.00 Colored Stripe Pique Waists for 69c See the pretty White Waists at 98c and $1.25 Black Silk Waists at $1.98, $2.25 New PJaid Silk Waists at .$1.25, $1.98 Latest Stripe Silk Waists at $1.98, $2.25 THANKSGIVING SALE COATS We will offer great bargains in Ladies' Coats at ' $5.98, $6.50, $7.50, $8.75, $10.00, $12.50 f Ladies' New Dresses at $5.50, $6.50, $7.50 These are $10.00 Dresses. Sale Kimonos, just what is asked for now, at...... ....98c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.98 THANKSGIVING SALE Blankets and Comfortables at 89c, 98c, $1.19, $1.29, $1.39 and $1.49 You can save from 25c to 50c on a pair. THANKSGIVING SALE Winter Underwear, Flannelette Night Robes,, House Dresses, Kimono Aprons. THANKSGIVING SALE Kid Gloves, Wash Gloves, Wool Gloves, Toques and Scarfs. Lots of new Neckwear and Handkerchiefs. Now is your time to pick up for Christ mas. THANKSGIVING SALE LINENS s Now is the time to buy Linens for the holidays. All marked down Table Damask, Napkins, Linen Sets, Towels, fine Huck Toweling. Two hundred samples of Scarfs, Center Pieces. See them in our window at, each 19c, 50c, 59c, 75c 00 Goldfish Free A 36-ouncc Globe with two Goldfish and Seaweed with Rexall Cough Syrup or any other Rexall purchase of 25c or more EXTRA A 2-gallon Aquarium and four large Goldfish and Seaweed, etc., $1.00 Thanksgiving Candy Specials Apollo and Guth Chocolates, per It)., COc, SOc and $1.00 Extra A jar of Goldfish with each pound of Candy. 50c MAXIXE CHERRIES 39c 40c MAINE MAID SWEETS 29c Chocolates UrtZi .Ue J&r Russell's, The Red Cross Pharmacy We're continually talking to you through this newspaper be cause we want you to know and experience WALK-OVER Shoe Satisfaction ; 25, 000 people appreciate it well enough to ask for WALK -OVERS every day. Rogers' Walk -Over Boot Shop 170 No. Main St. Now for Thanksgiving and a Pretty Dining-room As your thoughts turn toward Thanksgiving it is more than possible that you may be reminded of something to make jour dining room more com plete and attractive. We were never in as good shape to help you "fix up" as we are now: Quartered Oak Buffets $21.00 to $43.00 Quartered Oak China Cabinets. . 18.00 to 30.00 Quartered Oak Dining Tables. . . 7.00 to 33.00 With Dining Chairs to Match.. 1.30 to 4.50 See the Gum Mahogany Dining Suit in our win dow. Nine pieces for only one hundred and thirty-five dollars. We have Asbestos Table Mats in all regub.r sizej. LET US SHOW YOU A. VV. Badger & Company ODk.XTAk.aR4 tMllLMU TELtTNOM MA TIB BET AMBU.AKCI ntlVlft IN TSB OTT j' .k , 4 V '' L ' . " ' ' - '; it ','" - - ,- V - - ii ' f I I i-!. J V i, I t I V- 1 v ii r 7 . , i ? .. '7 i j i 1 it V ) i w i J - e ( IK -f".- n..;i., ai iHu:ii' rt zv.t . ..' 't At m "i' .!''. r-.fci-i4t rrart ' i I . A i f i . i. . . . ; j : I Thanksgiving Candy Foss' and Huylcr's Candies f in plain and fancy boxc., V-rb l-rb and 2-Ih. ric, 40c, 8c, and f LOO Full Ager.t for Gose's Car.dy in boxes pounds 50c Fine Chocolates in bulk it S:c and Z lb. Something new Fn5 Huttf rod (Chocolale covcrod) A!rr? n is t3c per !!. Drown's Druji Store, 4? NORTH MAIN STREET ml