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THE BARRK DAILY TIMKS, RARRK. VT., PR 1 DAY, DECEMBER 3, 1013. '
heals itching WHAT relief ! The first appli cation of Resinol Ointment usually stops all itching and burning and makes your tortured skin feel cool and comfortable at last. Won' t you try the easy Resinol way to heal eczema or similar skin eruption 1 Doctors have prescribed it for 20 years. Sold by all druggists. Ut Resinol Soap to clear a bad complexion. PLAINFIELD. The Mothers' club will hold a fair Dec, 4, afternoon and evening, at the Lan riault Bchoolhouse in Plainfield. There will be a nice program in the evening and many useful and fancy things -on sale, also home-made canay, peanut", ana a lishnond for the little children. There will be no admission fee, so the public is invited.- adv. - GRANITEVILLB. Miss Mayme McLellcn of upper Gran iteville is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jo soph Antel. of Petersboro, N. II., for a few weeks. 25 CENTS DESTROYS YOUR DANDRUFF AND ' STOPS FALLING HAIR Save Your Hair I Make It Thick, Wavy " and Beautiful Try ! This l 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 feveriahness and itching of the scalp, which if not reme tided, causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die then the hair falls out fast. A little Danderine to-nightnow any time will surely save your hair. Gtt 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 life, luster and luxuriance which i so beautiful. It Will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance, an incompar able gloss and softness; but what will please you most will be after jut a few weeks use, when you will actually see a lot of fine, downy hair new hair growing all over he scalp. Adv. i.dagaAaauasiaHiiT.rr''1 mm m Ltk at, bB f tat M S. BaV UIIHIIIVflll ' -sr.: 5 mm 11 r Bnt site nii SbttZ.MMUtaBislUltll9J 1 s MO matter what your tg efl H touch this new 9 fi Royal Matter- Model 10 will fit it. i just turn mc tei-crew ! and reula!e the touch ! of this new Royal to . mi iirtDcrr ri Mil V III a- - 12 it liht and imooth at a velvet or firm and J5 nr?y Jou Built for "Dig Business" and its x-. . 1 r Ik firinf line c4 L Ban- I 4 ftM Vnlf J Royal's . J j that Ukr f . 1 - - (La luc f a aw z m mm of Tttirt I wm t the nr MoArl 18 S; 9Tar y leatiirr. ivnt,gt ihrm I Get the Facts! li tmtS if 1S Tml " mm mn nkH DEMONfTR A f TlOJt Ot wim f- p 9 ft.- WJH7CC." a Omm w ;;rrice$iooCW. JS im WJin i.n.vi-.u u. hk. as . burning skins 1 1 rwm mm 9 5 "iic macmne 53 with a JS I Personality" Xi Si Expert Operators if r.mf l.efawifi4 W a offaDbw tvery office man- J S Maamn rtnril (Witm M t f if RANDOLPH Central Vermont Pomona Grange Met Thursday. The following is the program given by the Central Vermont 1'oinona grano this place Thursday, December 2 s 10 i 30 a. m., nttll degree meeting n-u.v " ordinate granges and necessary business li.iur. 1j30 n. 1U.. pub 1 with music. -West Randolph quartet; words of greeting, J. L.. Hutchinson; response, u. u. cumiu. Urookfield; music, quartet; recitation, TrarW ' irnfnlilnannt naner. "What tho Grange Can Do To Increase Intelligence and Elevate Standards oi. living, ...bub. George Moigs, music, quartet; paper, r a T. T'Brwion vocal solo. Mr. Good- liffe; discussion, "That the Distribution of Food Products of New Kngland Is One n.r tha Oreatoxt Problems Confronting the Producer and Consumer To-day"; music, followed by an address ny . urignam, commissioner of agriculture; music. 8 n m tnn fprrinc fifth decree in form, followed by program as time permitted. Mrs. Arthur Washburn, lecturer. fr V.. V. Carlisle, after passing sev- oi-..i lava har with her son. Dana Luce, left Thursday for her home in Ricbford, expecting to stop off at Braintree and Northtleld for short visits with relatives. fr VranW Thomas went to Burling ton to remain over with friends till the first of the week. Mia v.lli "RillincM aecomnanied one of her patients to her home in Northfield Wednesday for a short stay with her. fr Tlnnvpa. matron at the sanatori um, was summoned to Highgate Wednes- . . ... e t J day by the suaden mness oi ner gmuu mntiior and nn a later train Dr. K. J. Rumrill of this place was called to High gate by her for medical attendance or consultation. iv iinm riavfc of Tiffin. O.. arrived here Thursday for a visit with her cous in. Mrs. .1. E. Cass, whom she had not seen for the last 16 years. 5 Mrs. W. A. Jones went to Rochester Thursday, having been called by the ill Clayton Hubbard, who the next day was- obliged to submit to the amputation of one ot ms umos, wmcu had been seriously troubling him for sev eral months. .," . T. a Tmrv. 'who !nce the death of ),; wifA several weeks aizo. has been with a son In Roxbury, came on Thurs day to visit relatives here lor a lew uaya. vria. a 1? rirlf. was in Montnelier Wednesday night to attend the meeting of Rob Morris chapter, O. E. S., when there were six candidates who received Wren T). Vr. Stone. D. D. G. P., was also present at the annual visitation. News has been received from Airs. J. Ruinrill.w ho is with her sister, Mrs. Nel lie Avery, st West Campton, N. H., and who the first of the week was stricken by some trouble similar to a shock, that she is improving somewhat. a kueV-otlmll me between the Ran-. dolph and Bethel boys at the Pastime theatre Wednesday nignt resulted m victory for the local team, the score be ,.,, on" in 10 Tli second came will soon be played, the time and place to be given later. WAITS FIELD T.pna Mi? Buzzell was operated on for adenoids last week in Randolph and will be unable to attend school for th pres ent. Misa Esther Kkinner returned W ednos- day to Johnson normal 'school. WiUiam and Elvin Graves spent Tues day and Wednesday in St. Johnxbury. Winifred Joslyn has returueu irora Heaton hospital. Rev. F. J. Roberts and wife were in town Wednesday and Thursday. Mra. Henry Lallelle has returned irom Fanny Allen hospital What the War Cost. Kconomize, economise, economitel This .h. rr nnw koarii ahoVS all OtllPfi ill l,ai avail 11 lr that ara at war. Not eveu the richest of thein can see a way to face the enorrnoua war expenditure unless every citizen cuts down his p-ronal ex penditure and lets the government have the saving. This mutt be had for the nation's sake; it must be obtained th irough taxation, if not otherwiae. There is no alternative but national winarup- ... . . - .j unless It be aeieat in war ir wm tn its "ainewe." And the latter niigui not a. K.nativ Kiit an addition. be Th.. la.tnaa, nf tli Trtnt sr ex penditures is far beyond any that the world lias known. .AororJing to The KcoDOfniit's estimates, which do not "err on the side of exs, the daily cot of the war is thus distributed: t.reet Urit am, f'i-VWXMMKi; Orniany, jn,fMSi,(0j France, lt.KU": Uuia, l2..VXt,(il0i Austria. 12..vm,l0; Italy, 7.W).0I0; lWlgium, r-rbia and Turkey, 20l,0ii0. N-t las tliaa f.OtiO,nilO a day is ting sunk in the a of war. It the strujritle Ut another year, and at thia rate the warring nations will m burdened with additional debt to the amount of -T2,-d.V,K0.fXJ. The Ilntiah expenditure i the beait liearirr than estimated above, the prime mintvtrr having held ut no itp rf Its being k-jt andi-r f...Vtin.f a day. Tlia it t all going te the Bnti army and navy, a part of it bmg givrm to aid al Iw, Imt it has all ta come iit of the llntnh tirl.riwr. hkb niu't be frt.Wti- ih-d Iron the taiparr'a ki"H. Abi) it will atr t-upt ia a year t .125,"(.t, whnU i equal t thr fourths f te t'tsl national iitcomia. Prfe"r t'rwk-k, a wtioriT eeonnmie pif. thia point aiiarj iy twimr n. iwniiijwni, Mvmgr "Te war r'iirw nw i- enjiv- a!.t f tv!r-f'iartT f our ""t m- ,il Im- I'.r-lvra rt IiOIM ant x w mm r r."T: The tti?w-aa war ct I'rit j ht l is aTn'.ir " t, tv-w ar rt ahiiit iKt l m ntrfiitf m it wiwka, 4 th JI rtf iWii,r war rxrt U tl.aa ai.e ' ;-fii! ff in aw wla. It "" fiat rid tnmif m 1 1 part f fry ritirp laa "nr a 4uir, if twt a a lwttt. Ak4 mmhrnnmtfA im war .aaa.t nt 1 f raBwl tt 1 1 tl tin win hr to pay aa iriti.tt !r- Tt T. Wfiis V.M a t"v 4't-wt-t-'t-a W -rt .' la4y at f p Vf BtTTEriitt. AS ttrw wt r-n lMt Iw a mf', lsr M't-r l wi-' CBAJriTtTllLE. YOU'RE BILIOUS 1 CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS TO-NIGHT Don't Stay Headachy, Sick, or Have Bad Breath and Soiyr Stom-. ach . Wake Ud Feeling Fine! Best Laxative for Men, Women and Chll- .dren" . lifnl Remove tho liver and hnwel noison whioh is kecpintr your head Hiv vnnr t.nni7ue coated, breath offen- . "7 -a. l.!f give, ana stomacn sour, jvoni aiay uu headachv. constipated and full nf cold. Whv don't vou tret a box of raaanta from the druir store and eat one or two to-night and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver ana Dowel cieanniiig yuu ever experienced. Vou will wake up fecl inr flf. and fine. Cascarets never irripc or sicken like salts, pills and calomel, .. ... i j, i Thpv act bo irentiv tnai vou naroiy real ize vou have taken a cathartic. Mothers ahmilH irivn nro8. nick, bilious or fever ish children a whole Cascaret any time they act thorouginy ana are narimcs Adv. , BERLIN Large Attendance at Annual Fair of Con gregational Church. A fi-nwd of nearly 200 attended the annual fancy fair and chicken-pie dinner and supper of tne uernn congregaiionai church on Wednesday. The notion, apron and can dv hootha were urcttily deco rated and attracted customers until there was not much left to sell. One hundred and sixty sat down to dinner, leaving bttle to be disposed of by auction at the close. For these remainders E. U. House as auctioner obtained a consider able advance on market rates. Among" the articles sold wa a fashion ably dressed doll, which had traveled by parcel post all the way from Grand H Miidi. It was purchased by a lady as a present to her little grand daughter m Detroit, mien., t cuuhiik and wnintr. thia visitor from the region of the Great Lakes helped in the success of the fair. Aftr vprvthinr that could be sold l,ii,i Imumi anhl and evervthinir that could be eaten had been disposed of, the cen ter of the noor was ciearea, ine younjf people present closing up the business of the day with a good old-fashioned game of blind man's buff. Many attended from ilontpeiier ana other nearby places, so that altogether, besides the main object of helping the funds of the ladies Lend-a-ITand society, the affair was a great social success, re paying the member of the society, who for some time had been working hard in preparation. EAST CABOT W. P. Barr left Wednesday night for j . i: a u.)....a liia, faMiaar will llfl. I Burlington, where his father will un dergo an operation. G. V. Morse visited his wile at j.rignt- look hotiUl, St. Johnshury, Monday. He . 1.1 v... 1 I Ka I found her M expected. Mint Fred Cheever of WoodHtork a . . a .. av . 1m Vita 1 m inn . I recent miest at Mr. KtU laven wirt's (7 G. A. iwew jent Tuesday at .Tnlinahlirr. Mrs. K. A. Halcroas and daugnier. Sarah, of Peat-ham spent etlncsday itl. Mra. W. D. llarr. Sarah will stay with Mrs. Barr while Mr. Barr is in Bur- ington. Mi. fi. A. Drew spent Tuesday in Marahfield. WATERBURY The stfam mUl of Edward Klines on Vdton tit-otik. about eiaht miles from this village, was eonsumt-d by fire Wed ntt lav evening. Wry little lumber was htirnrd and the mill waa insured. At the regular monthly meeting of Winoookl lodge, No. 49, F. 4 A. M., the third dfgTee was eonfpiTed. Among the iaitom tiers K. E. irant of th lai favrtte lodge. No. 41, Slancbeater, N. and Alhrrt G. Bradley and George If. Tabor f Fairhaven, M. Jnw h Conner, who has Iwen tjuite ill at his home on Croawtt hill, la more com fortaMA. Mra. Kichsrd IVnwritt was in Burlinj tn Tueaday and Wednttnlay. a g't of Mr. and Mrs. Homf IVmeritt, POULTRY FOOD THE I tTivninrnnr. 1 FOR A QUARTER CP A CENTURT. I MWllillvUlIMrqr K" murk mm4 mwii If --jrer. f 4 fat ppw4 frmwe mm mm. m i wil Tm er f fpni M ? rmw$ ,,9m 1 I enT 9 fn rr$W!t Irfltl, I Wrir4 Wfp, Mtll, I A t mhm M-! wm4 paxtwrmlif wif I a C. !. V V -'. la v - x. I - ,.,- It I Urn. 1m1 bJhi C.rv H'-'fr4 - 4IT I I . T .'. l'.r" f - S Jim V f - L. I'. i:ft oat lof BETHEL Two Men Arrested on Charge of Lug ging Off Hugh Allen's Deer. Hugh Allen of Kant Itarnurd shot a deer in Norwich a few (lays ago, and when ho returned after bringing his au tomobile a,s near as possible to the body of tho deer, he. found that it hud been carried off. Then he recalled meeting some men in a wugon with what ho be lieved was a concealed deer. He gave information to tho olllcers and two men were arrested last Tuesday by Deputy Slii.rlff J. M. Whit.npv of Nonth Koval- ton, on a body writ in civil suit, brought by Mr. Allen, to recover the value ot tne deer. The suit will "be tried in Barnard before Municipal Judge Arthur G. Whit- ham. Miss Victoria Morse, who recently fin ished her first term aa a teacher, has Wri rw-pnuniPfl for the winter term ill the Riford brook school in Braintree. Tlfiaa .Tnapiihina Kmprv. formerly Of Bethel, recently of Baltimore, Md., has returned to Vermont and is teaching a school in Braintree. ' Miss Susie Wilson of Boston has been hers for a short visit. 1 Henry Watts and Miss Julia R. Hath- orn, were married in wooustocc last Tuesday. They will make their home in Darnard. Ourtia Hathorn and Fred Watts each shot a buck in Barnard Wednesday. - State Highway commission a. i. RiLtna of Derhv waa here vesterdav on his way to Gaj'svUle to address a Pomona grange meeting. The sophomores will hold a "social at the schoolhouse next Monday evening. Miss Ann Todd returned yesterday to her home in Boston, after snendintr sev eral u'ppV hprfl. 'Arino for her sister the late Miss Jane, i odd. during nor uist illness. Though past 80 years of age, ... ... Misa Todd lives an active life, being ,-onHf untlv encas-ed at her trade m tail oress in homes of well-to-do Bostonians Mra. Alhert Rlnka nf Xiasrara. N. C. who has spent several months with her mnflmr Mra Mini Ahhntt ' WPIlt VCS- terday to South Royalton to make final arrangement lor ner return m aooui a week to her southern home, to which her husband's mother, from houtn Koyaiton, will accompany her. . Th Universalist ladies' " annual fair opened yesterday afternoon at the town hall, and a o-nnd crowd attended. The hall was prettily decorated with colored light and a variety of nootns, which war nrpRidnd nvpr as follows: Fancy goods, Mrs. C. D. Gushing and Mm. W. U. nliaw; candy, blisses jiary ensuing, JlildredMiaw and rvatnerine iioRcrsi variety, Miss Wiaw's olass of young la dies; ice cream, Mrs. Alice Hall and Mr. Robert Noble; holder tree. Miss Gwendolyn Cummings; aprons, Mrs, O. D. Greene and Mrs. P. I Martin. A chicken-pie supper was very well pat ronized last evening. It was in charge of Mrs. W. C. Clifford. The kitchen oper ations were in charge of Mrs. v. T. Rogers. Orchestra musica during the supper was much enjoyed. ORANGE. The Mothers' club will hold a fair Dee. afternoon and evening, at the Lan- ciault schoolhouse in Plainfleld. There will be a nice program In the evening and many useful and fancy things on sale, I ao home-made canay, peanuts, ana a shpond for the. little children. There ill be no admission fee, so the public i invited. adv. Make the School Attractive. If the outside of the school was unin- v tmrr flip - inaide was even more so. ! While at first the children were quite un 1 . a . , .1 : consoious of their surroundings, they - .1.... 11 lA.l it .l.airaa au,,,,..! h in i, were gradually led to desire eomething better. The boys put in the missing panes of glass; the girls washed the win (lows, Mucked the utove, and did many . . al.. I things to make the room cleaner. In the arithmetic class the oldt-r children esti- muted the eot of putting in new eeil- : J TT.r la iawi.lf4 Htinn inir and walla. Thcv also decided upon the color scheme hich they wiahed to uae. They then submitted their plans to the soliool committee, who fortunately favored the rlans and who immediately act about making the changes. The re sult was indeed a great transformation, and soon these new, clean surrounding seemed to have a silent influence tor good on the children. F.thel Harriet Nash in the Countryside Magar.ine for ih-ceuibtT. Creek. aculapius was giving a lecture. "Finally." said the father of medicine. "write your prescription in Latin anJ your bills in good plain Kngltah." But" asked tlie student. Here aoea our native tongue come In!" "That" juH it, he answered, "the pa tient's condition is usually Grerk to yon. Cheered by this expoaition. tney en forth to practice their art- V it and Hu mor. Whe Will Claim Ttem? ttlera iiiw-alled for at the Barre rt- oflK-ej for the werk ending IVcemWr 2. Men Arthnr F. Adania, I liffocd Ottbe- pau.h. Atilffbi DiHencdt-tto, William C. Jem,, Frederick Kaymtmd. Frar.k ar- delli. W omen- Mra. Kmily BiW. Mis Ftts t;iev. Mr. Vera l'ag Wim (n-rtrude W ilma a. THERE IS A VAST ARMY ti mtn and women ho rea'.ly rmr know what it is to trt'y r sound, Vibra: ir.g bf a!ib bo would lc rrriexl t audicnljr pain that cahilaracing viulhy that robust hralJi 1 -t ir.f , Literal' tbouiandi w ithotjt any f.ir tirular ikknesa live ia "general -tui)", the doctors ra.l it have beadathes are tired aid ind.fTcrrrt. To all uk h perrlc we fir ith crmiti. talsVie ear-etrrs "tile Scft'i Imulsion if:rr meals (-forte rvTr'.bar-J t.rw its rare olUori t n cnri.h and en liven ynur 1.5-4, 'jit len yvt cirrula tim. s.nua?e tHJtnt ki. and aid ratre e-tTI ht rerl re--t.Jnfl4 1 let bat K'e T --.'w-i i r-- a -if. 1 r 1eac-t l--i-cwt'- fr-p f-r-ta aatx-ayti. mn ft fee-,- tsjo-K'i4 r I. l-m rvM ha Wo tf HIIW fctttttSaia M ta. a.aa, jrf, fm m ,..ilH laIt Topics of the Home ''and Household. Use a whisk broom to sprinkle plants in the. house. When tho broom is dipped in water and shaken over plants it makes a fine spray which is effective in over coming the dry heat of the room. Fish-line for picture cord was used with much satisfaction in a college girl's room, where every picture had to be hung from the molding. Fish-line is strong, inconspicuous, and hangs straight er than wire when attached to snia'.l pictures. - ' Warding Off Autumn Colds. With the approach of cold, weather comes the time for wariness in wearing apparel. The early autumn and cany spring are the gala times for colds, says the Irish World, because no one ia quite sure just what to wear. When the weather is cold one day and warm tho nvt. it is acarcelv to be wondered at that we are constantly changing from heavy to light clothes. But dungcr lies in that direction. We should stick as closely as possible to the same weight in clothes, if we wish to avoid that early autumn cold which is apt to enng au winter. Tliio idi.a of' anncarinir in furs and heavy suits one week and summer weight frocks the next cannot Ue too gevereiy condemned. To its door may be laid al- mnyf thrpp-foiirths of the autumn coius, sore throats and bronchial coughs. There are plenty of medium weight suits which will be suitable lor wear until im.nrw week in November, when the really cold 1 ll 1 ! Ti- ! - lua i.l ifl iillv hfcrins. It is absurd to trot out your winter clothes from storage until the winter actually arrives. Winter lasts long enough without beginning to wear its apparel too soon. You must not, however, judge from this that it is advisable to dress too lightly in this changeable weather. Not at all! The autumn suit should be suffi ciently warm to keep you from being cold even on the blowicst days. -But the point to make is to avoid the change from one weight apparel to . another. The average city girl reverses the health rules in . her dressing. She swathes her throat in furs and" leaves her ankles exposed to the sharpest winds, instead of the opposite treatment. The ankles are the most susceptible part of the whole body. The blood runs nearest ti,.. aurfopo there and the cold can chill the entire body, no matter how warmly it is clad, if the ankles are unprotected The first cold days should find the sen sible woman's feet shod in high shoes, or low shoes and spats. Low shoes should lie tabooed after the first of October by the girl who wants to bo free from colds. There is really no surer way of catching them than by leaving the ankles covered ( with thin silk when the air is cool. I The throat, on the contrary, should never be covered, even in tne iciesv weather. Once begin to wear your furs tight around your neck, and you will have to continue the practice whether the weather is warm or cool. Sore throat .nd inniilitia follow in the trail of the girl who bundles stoles about her throat one day and leaves it open tne next, it is only unfortunate that the rage for high collars seems to have struca; me ,r. ,. f,,r ii,. hen t nest co er tor tne throat is the simple Dutch neck, which leaves the throat open but covers ma chest. dreaa sensible and are a little wary at this period of' the year, there Is no reason why you smmiu not go inruiiu the whole winter without a cold. Cover vonr ankles and leave your throats open. Bathe the nek and chest every morning ;ik nld wrr This will serve to hard en these parts against the onslaughts of the autumn winds. Above an. oe warj of a chill. If you come in chilled to the very bone take a hot bath and sponge oT with alcohol. This will scare off the cold. Reefpet Ttat Are Diflerenf VnHli Carolina 11a bs -One pint of corr.me.il. two epifs, one desaertspoonful of butter, one wincglasslul oi liniK. Scald the meal with boiling water and whileit,ls hot rub in the butter; stir in the milk with a little salt, beat the etrgs ery light and stir them in. Prop th mixture from a spoon uH.n a tin slteet and bake ill a moderate oven. (h-ange Fritters Make a batter as for fritters of almost any kind, with to g, a pint of milk, and flour enough to make quit a thick batter. 1'eel tfiree oranges and rut them in slices, remov ing the seeds. Pip the slices in the 1-stteT and fry in hot butter; aerv liot with pondered sugar lifted generously over them. Hard Nut Candy Melt one cupful of frrantttated sugar in a spider, stirring it all the time until it is liquid. As soon as the last lump is melted put in one cupful of nut kernels, mil hastily and turn Into pan to harden and eool. I.ratiam Muff m-MIt with thin rrram to a stiff batter a pint of Graham flour, tun tesspoonfiils of bakine powder, Islf a tear-" infill of salt, balf a teat-unfal . t f bmwa anpar and one t ee. 'f erf-am j ia tit obtsinalde, ue WiIT. and a piece tif tauttr-r a larire a an err. Bale in small tins fr miift'a rina-s. (tlprv alad With Vats -las rqusl ; tarts c( rflfty and I reli'a sinuts Bn1( mrr on Irttil !fr. Whrn f-ad 1 tn art v pnor ttt tH f'.U tn 4rrt I in; Xn'ik r1 tT t-atH V'tI ' and s't. l1l'r t-lrt'T, J"r ta- r-wf?'' t4 n.'ti-d t-nllt-r, ais taVr- jwtmit! "ji-wpar. rv.. lU ,r.iil it W'm (rraa ih f- B.ld t I '1 )a-tt ) t- S JW-r T it'C all rap f !.f;i rt-s "t . ' I v- "r.t'- -It '! fat' 4 twt (irirtli fn,ftll k j ..( tt 1-.! a f i r'S'tt r4 ' i . m t.HU Mff naS I.' B tnntV'H i it. 'ft "! im f:t tVf i p,i.tr iH t""t t-.il a ." . r- if !' r-ta-a at. I m a - . .... I.. at a,4 M I ... a. 1 f - 'i '"fV 1 1 -ta "I t- a f' fct ' tn t f ' 1 t- : . 't m tn tm rr. t'-t a -. lrf 1 s ' r- rmr ' j..,.a. . 'K V-i t ' " ' , . .A ,ar- ft, fK t 1. ST ! at nr tI W"t a'fj-ir ""i t '-") ymit t' a a t tt nr t . r a --J t r" l if , -n A l .... -v- t f -Mt a ? lu these pies by cooking a tahlegpoonful of corn starch in the milk before stirring it into the squash. The under crust of all juicy pies should be baked a little or smeared with butter or lard, to pro vent the soaking in of the juice and thus make them pasty. Dorothy Dexter. The Forty-Pound Cow. This week we publish' acain the list of 40-pound cows in the cow testing associa tions of WaterburyK fctowe and North field. We also call attention again to the desirability of having the cow testing asHoc.iat.inna of Caledonia county make similar reports. Every farmer who has a ..... 1..' JA ' I.. 1.., fa... I., al COW ZlinKlllK " iwilliuei VI muiki aa month could well atioru to pay aavenis 1 ii lt rates for the publication of the fact in his local newspaper. It would create a much more protttaoie market ror nis calves or cows. But-we are willing to CHl ves ur cum. ira' two -iiii,iH . . . . . publish without charge each montn lor a.ter per montn iyieiuiu year the name of tho owner, the amount as much aa the ordinary cow and we are - . . . .... ... . . ii j l nnut iwi.a natmiidl to or butteriat and tne pront or every cowjBure u noes . o ..- -- y r in this county that makes 40 pounds of , keep her. The 40-pound cow is desirable butter during the preceding month.! There is one other piece of information we would like to see published and that it i t - . : i. ...nnitiinn so we could show tho percentage of 40 IS V IJ U II U Ml llfl Ul V Yl O j cti.il Bnn..vi-.i.... pound cows. r W are convinced that 40-DOUnd COW are much more common than formerly. We also believe the 40-pound cow will show much more profit than common cows. The cow giving 40 pounda or Dut- New Herbal in Ihst bepns to equal this formula, , made instant relief from the mott ntenje suBenna. ! a- I t ..t Utama atiffurinif nTxk"h."W. Mi. C5i7MaMA is going to sk. u. msnr TUTT - o'r" $X2? -guarBnte. that if it doesn't s,oth, i 13 Vnu and begin healing at ones, it wiU . T .t,I- T( are not tnorousniT sstitfic I pnu wckiu .. Ql --. , come and get your money back. PARK THEATRE VERMONT'S BEST PHOTOPLAY HOUSE Matinee, 2:15 to 5 ; Evening, 7 and 8:30 Friday, December 3 THE OLIVER MOROSCO PHOTOPLAY COMPANY PRESENTS THE PARAMOUNT PROGRAM "Wild Olive " A FASCINATING LOVE STORY, FEATURING MYRTLE 8TEDMAN THIS IS ONE OF THE BETTER ONES SEE IT FRIDAY NIGHT Other Pictures as Well . Saturday, THE WORLD FILM CORPORATION PRESENT? LILLIAN TUCKER AND EDWIN AUGUST IN "Evidence" BASED ON THE DRAMA OF THE SAME NAME THIS IS A 8HUBERT FEATURE AND A BIG ONE Other Good Pictures Change of Program Every Day 1 PRICES: Adults, Balcony 5c; Orchestra, 10c; Children under 14 Years, 5c PAVILION THEATRE THEGRIWES'HUSICALCOHPAHY in an entirely new show . PHOTOPLAYS THE GAME OF LIFE A TWO-PART FEATURE MADE BY XALEM. WHICH IS SURE TO PLEASE FOLLOWING THE SCENT A COMEDY WITH MR. AND MRS. SIDNEY DREW SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY FOR THE CHILDREN PRICE - - '10 Cents to Everybody . Jewelry Sale A i W. H. Goodfellow 211 North Andes Stoves and Ranges For Wood, Coal, or Gai Stove Pif. Dampef. snd Elbom-t, Stove Hoarda. Wrinfifn. W,h Boilm and Tubs, Copper Tra.mlr, snd TtapoH. Oil HeaUn for nW or msL E. A. PniNDLE & CO. Thone HaTen I3k. PeH Strett. Ilarr. VL ,3 All Kinds of Wood for Sale IV.ock WcJ. mmtlf mar'e. rt cord. $3.00 Split B'mk Wood, rer cord. L:a.l $ rrrA 2.50 I Mucd Hard and Srft 1 ARTHUR S. liURTIH, footed T rOUNTIN, HOTIL1. 0 gl.WMIH Got iioiuic.ro TKSORIQtHAM. MALTED T.HLK Thi Food-drink lor All Delicious, invigorating and wstaining. Keep it on your jideboard a home. , Don't travel without it. A quick lunch prepared b minuU. Vnlem yom mmy -HORUOIT3" you may get m Substitute w . .... . . I . . , 1 !..t.l!.i. Htnaa than .UMa not simply because she is proiitamo. oui, because she is a source oi pnuo to m-r 'owner. Thia legitimate pride gives him on l, iiuin am fur Ma work, broadens his ' . . methods and aids in making him a good farmer and a good citizen. The 40-pound cow is certainly a progressive influence in her community and may her numbers and influence increase and continue to bless the land that harbors her. St. Johnsbury Caledonian. Mm oLo" "'' "t"'-tbm b.t Part U, it givea 1 th. clu.lv, right to aell s ,. Red Ooss Pharmacy December 4 ' We guarantee to save you good money on all holiday goods bought at our store during this sale. A beauti ful calendar given with every purchase. Main Street H a a tt a a 1 Wood, per HaJ. -75 a 3 Office 118 Kd. Kaia St. g i x