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THE 13 A HUE DAILY TIMES, HAMtE, VT., ..WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920.
DON'T FUSS WIH iTI MUSTARD PLASTERS! Musterole Works Without the Blister Easier, Quicker There's no sense In mixing a mes3 of mustard, flour and water when you can easily relieve pain, soreness or stiff ness with a little clean, white Musterole. Musterole is made of pure oil of mustard and other helpful ingredients, combined in the form of the present white ointment It takes the place of mustard plasters, and will not blister. Musterole usually gives prompt relief from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy.rheumJ tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often preventspneumonia). 30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50. Congestion of Kidneys WELLS RIVER Woodsville Wins Deciding Game from Lisbon, 23-15. In one of the most exciting guinea pru on the local floor for miiny day, Woodsvillo won the fifth imH di'i'idititf punc from Lisbon last Monday night by a score of 2.'i-15. Tlit game kept everyone on tUfi" until tlie lant few minutes of play, when Woodsville dem ount rated its ability to eome from be hind and win. The first period saw Lihbon ahead, (i-4, the visiting team working hard and jnakiiifr some jrood p!uy. Toward the end of the period Lart v scored on a pretty basket from past, mid hall. The second period saw exceptional covering, very little shoot ing being done by either team; score stood !)-S. iln the fina 1 period Woods- ..:it . .... i. iU l l i.. i i... i Mini totitv t ne icrtii rmty unii vy 'nuii - U'U teamwork and a great offensive policySrow,nS Cnllu n.. u i.. i i... ii. . I m i GROWN in indicated by the jiain over region of kidney and following the passage to the irritated bladder. A constant and pressing desire for urination; the se cretion scanty, highly colored and sometimes bloody. Then the constitu tional symptoms are often headaches, eyes bloodshot and burning, slight nausea, Sometimes vomiting, nervous neg?, rheumatic pains and general dis comfort. It is wholly wrong to neglect such conditions when BALMWORT TABLETS can be obtained at any druggist for, their action i to eliminate congestion, allay inflammation, destroy bacteria and restore normal, natural secret ions. HAVE RELIEVED THOUSANDS Sold by all druggists. Adv. came through gamely and -won by the score of 'J,i-l.r. rmitti, a regular Woods ville man, being sick, his place was filled by Kirk, while the latter's place at guard was covered by Bill Gibson of the old Caledonia team and he played some game, blocking throws, breaking up plays and placing the ball in posi tion for many a basket. Taylor clear ly outjumped his opponent, Harris, a professional from Laeonia, who did not plav up to form. Killorlv of Laeonia referred and proved a whole attrac tion in himself. A special train from Lisbon brought about 200 able rooters, wh however, were rather reserved on their way home. The lineup: Woodsville. Lisbon. Kirk, rf rf, Lcavitt Sweeney, If If, Coates Taylor," c .;, Harris Larty, rg Ig, Fox Gibson, lg rg, Clough Baskets, Kirk 'A, Sweeney .", Taylor, Larty, Lcavitt, Coates Harris ,'t. Fouls, three points to a side. Referee, Killorlv. Scorer, Sullivan. Tinier, Buck. Attendance, 300. ROBUST CHILDREN A child should not look pale, thin or worn. Such condition denotes malnutrition. To keep up growth and robust ness a child needs a plenitude of food rich in vitamins. SCOTT'S EMULSION abundant in growth-promoting Drorjerties. is an ideal suDole- mental food that Could Well be j "J.0"'' F" V' t 'lark - listers George s. a part of the diet of every Tax of $3 Voted, Of Which $1 Is for General Purposes. The attendance at the annual town meeting yesterday was smaller than usual owing to the bad condition of the loads, making traveling difficult. The officers elected were as follows: Mod erator, H. A. Davidson; clerk, Krank M. Page; selectmen, K. ,L Miller, three years, I. N. Hall, two years, Grant Vance, one your; road commissioner, .loli n H. Darling; school commissioners, O. II. Frost, three years, Burton Brown, two years, George H. Millis, one year; rverseer of poor, H. M. Kicker; con stable and collector, G. C. AVhitehill; treasurer, K. V. Clark; trustee public Children always do well on Scott's Emulsion, icon & llowut, tiuumliclil, N. J. 19-12 EAST MONTPELIER WA1TSF1ELD Miss Grace Markham spent Sunday with her purents, Mr. and Mrs. George Markham. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hilskins have rented the Bales tenement in the e:ist neighborhood and are moving their goods there. George Jones is in Boston, attending the X. K. M. P. A. meeting. The American Legion dance, held here in the 1. O. O. F. hall, was well at tended. There vre 7o members of the Meth odist church present at the morning service Sunday. Eight new members were taken in and five were baptized during the day. The V. I'. B. ('. will hold a meeting in the church parlors next Friday even ing. A good attendance is desired. Dr. Allen Kiikness, pastor of the Methodist church, will move hi house hold goods to Montgomery this week, where he expects to preach for the com ing year. Tuesday flight being the completion of the season's dancing school, a grand concert and ball was given. Music was furnished by Klarks orchestra of sev en pieces. Concert, 8 until II. Dihic ing until 1. Refreshments were served by the athletic association of Wells Kiver high school. About 100 couples w ere present. Madeline Peach was called home for a few days from her school in Boston the latter part of last week. Miss Frances Gochey is home for several weeks from her school in Springfield, Mass. The storm last. Thursday and Friday disturbed railroad trallic to a great ex tent. Drifts between Laeonia and along the lakes delayed the Boston trains from one to six hours. Miss Lottie Munsell of Swanton has been the guest of her father for several da vs. Town Meeting Voted to Raise Tax of $3. The usual number of voters turned out for the town meeting held yester day anil much business was transacted. The meeting was called to order by Harry Daniels at about 11 o'clock. Mr. Daniels read the warning and was then made moderator. The reports of the town officers was read, discussed and accepted. Clark Sibley was elected clerk; A. G. Whitch cr, lister for three years; George Kelton, lister for two years, tilling the vacancy made by the' resignation of Wesley Benjamin; -Thomas Brazier, selectman for three years; M. K. Howland, se lectman for two years, taking the place of Km-sell Collins, resigned; Harry- Daniels, overseer of the poor; Clark Sibley, trustee for public money and also as town treasurers Harold Cha-p-. pell, auditor for three years; .1. H. Con ant, grand juror; XV. II. Cooley, town constable; H. L. Sparrow town agent; j Guy M- Hale, school director for three years; R. C. Collins, cemetery commis sioner; voted to elect two road com missioners by ballot and elected W. A. Lal'oint for east part of the town and C. B. Gallison for west part. It was voted to pay the taxes to the town treasurer. Voted to raise a tax of 3 divided as follows: $1 for schools, 75 cents for highways and $1.25 for gen eral purpose; voted to pass over rais ing money for permanent highways; viitcd to authorize the selectmen to borrow money for gurrent expenses; vcted free medical inspection in the schools; voted on license question, yes 2.3, no M. Welch, three years, M. D. Colfrin, Vwo years, H. T. Morrison, one year; agent to ileteiul and prosecute suits, P. A. Smith; auditors, George N. Clark, three years, C. H. Hendry, two years, John A. Chalmers, one year; tax voted, S3, to be divided as follows, school $1.25, highway 35 cents, state 40 cents, gen eral $1; license vote, yes '20, no .'10; li cense of fifth class, yes 25, no 33. Miss Dorothy Miller, who has been 8t her home in Topsham returned for the opening of school Monday. J. If. Taisev of Woodsville, X. II., was in town Monday. Fred Carpenter and Mr. Bolles, who have been on the sick list for the past two weeks, have recovered sufficiently as to be able to be about the street. Miss Lora Donald is working at South Ryegatc. ' Carroll Kicker returned to his home at St. Johnsbury Monday after pass ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Kicker, his parents. Mrs. Charles Heath went Monday to Woodsville. JV 11., to visit her daugh ter, Mrs, Frank Sanders, and fiunily for a few days. Miss Bernice Kicker left Monday for Littleton, X. H., w here she has employ ment in a millinery store. Fl QUICK RELIEF Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful cry of thousands Bince Dr. Edward9 produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No griping results from these pleasant little tablets. They cause the liver and bowels to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a soothing, healing, vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. If you have a bad taste, bad breath, feel dull, tired, are constipated or bilious, you'll find quick and sure re sults from Dr. Edwards' little Olive Tablets at bedtime. 10c and 25c a box. ROXBURY To Heal a Cough Take HAYES' HEALING HONEY. 35c. - Adv. Sure Relief Mr. and Mrs. Y. C. Fuller of Rut laud arc. quite ill with the prevailing distemper. Bert Dickinson is working for Mr. Line.'' People here were saddened to heir of the death of John Kimball of We: 1'a ii Ice Center. 1 When Children are Sickly moimn gravs SWEET POWDERS mi? fiMSI HRFM BAi m& m v a w They are pleasant to take and a. certain relief. They act on the Stomach, Liver and Bowels aud teud to correct iutestiual disorders. 10,000 testimonials from mothers and friends of little ones telliucc of relief. No mother should be without a box of Mothr Gray's Sweet Powders for use when needed. Ask to-day. At Druggists. The need of them often comes at inconvenient hours, Vsedby Mothers for over thirty years. , Do Not Accept Any Sabslilufe for MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS, 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief E LL-AEV3S FOR INDIGESTION Kemp'sBalsam WjllStop that Cough guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. John Merrill and Ar thur Shaw were iu Randolph recently on a business trip. ' B. A. Howe was in Braintreo one dny the past week to deliver potatoes he sold for Green's camp. Mrs. A. Law ton and Roy Law ton were reported among the sick Monday. The funeral of Mrs. Charles Taylor was held from the church here last Wednesday. .Judge Z. S. Stanton leaves for Wood stock Wednesday, to preside at the March term of court in that county. The funeral of Mrs. Ira Flint was held from the church last week Tues day, Rev. J. B. .Sargent of Northficld ofliciatinjr, and the grange service was used. Mrs. Flint was a member of Summit grange. The funeral of one of the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lucjgii Slack was held at their home at Webb's last Wednes day. The burial was in Xorthfield. J. L. S. Varney has been in Spring field, Mass., since his recent, illness and returned to his home here Sunday. Arthur Boyd returned to work in the store of M. 11. Richardson & Co. Mon day, after a week's illness. Judge Z. S. Stanton was a business visitor in Montpelier Saturday and in Burlington Monday. C. W. I'artch was in Xorthfield Mon day to attend a creamery association. Mrs. M. X. Burnham was called to Xorthfield Saturday bv the illness of her daughter, Ida Burnham, who is at tending school there. Miss Burnham is reported on the gain. - Mrs. B. C. Hall and Miss Jessie Stan ton were in Montpelier Wednesday aft ernoon. Among those noted on the sick lit arc Bert Spalding, George Rtid Karl Spalding and families. George Dickin son and family, Mr. Russell, Mr. Goss, Frank Rat toe, H. A. Howe, Carrie Howe and two of Henrv Webster's children. Mrs., Sowles and Mrs. Thorrington are reported on' the gain. C. W. Oreutt was in Burlington Sat urday and Mrs. Xettie Hunt returned home with him from the hospital. I J. B. Kidder was with his family in ! Burlington for the week end, and on j his return trip Monday stopped in j Xorthfield to attend a creamery uiect- ing- ! Mrs. Mary Wilson left Saturday for i her home in Gavsville. I). B. Howe of Xorthfield drove out here Sunday and called on friends at the home of his brother, J. W-. Howe. T. B. Kendall was in Xorthfield on Wednesday of last week on business. Mrs. John Ordway wai in Mont pelier Saturday and her sister, Mrs. Henry Webster, and infant daughter returned home with her from Hcatou bospital. M. II. Richardson was a business visitor in Xorthfield Friday. Mrs. Lewis Tatro of Northficld was called here to cure for the family of Howard Dickinson, who were ill with the prevailing distemper. Mr. and Mrs. George Xeim were busi ness visitors in Xorthfield Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. V, H. Merrill were in Montpelier for the day one day the lust of the week. Mrs. Mary Taylor passed away Mon day, Feb. 23, after a long illness of Bright's disease. She was the wife of Charles W. Taylor. Mrs. Taylor was born Dec. 23, lRiiit. Mr. and Mrs. Tay lor have resided in this town several years. Mrs. Taylor was one who was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone m need, but was devoted to her homo duties, where she will be greatly missed. Beside her husband, she leaves one son, Will Brown. For Colds, Grip or Influenza and as a Preventative, take LAXA TIVE BT10MO QUININE Tablets. Look for E. W. GROVE'S signature on the box, 30c. Adv I l v fay J ' v K tW Girls! Your hair needs a little TDanderine"th3t's all! When it becomes lifeless, thin or loses its lustre; when ugly dandruff appears, or your hair falls out, a 35-cent bottle of delightful dependable "Danderine" from any store, will save your hair, also double it's beauty. Try "Danderine" and see! flow Signs Of Old Age Creep Info Your. System When The Iron In Your Blood Runs Low For Want of Iron, You May Be Old At Thirty Nervous, Irritable and All' Run-Down While at Fifty or Sixty, With Plenty of Iron in Your Blood, You May Be Young in Feeling and Brimming Over With Vim and Energy ' IRON tS THE RED BLOOD FOOD That Helps Strengthen the Nerves, Restores Wasted Tissue -and Aids in Giving t?7??'?jaLjaFZT I - - -I 1 .- . J I .u . 1, J I , 1 ; - , . ,111 a . ... .. r.l i.cncwcu rortc aim ruwn iu mc cuu, x-nysicians .explain wny ammistratlon Vu of Simple Nuxated Iron Often Increases the Strength and Endurance of Delicate, r Uld age has already sunk its talons into thousands of men and women who ought still to be enjoying the springtime and summer of life simply because they have allowed worry, over work, nervous strain, dissipation and occupational poisons to sap the iron from their blood and thereby destroy its power to change lood into living tissue, muscle and brain. You will find plenty of people at 40 who are broken in health and steadily going downward to phy- i VAr. sical and mental decay while others at SO are strong, active, alert and. seemingly growing younger every year. One class withers and dies like leaves in au tumn wh i 1 e the other by keeping up a strong power o resistance against disease may fJ and ten mark with surprising health, strength and vigor. But you cannot expect to look and feel young and vigorous unless you i mm YOU ARB AGEING If you are wearied by the activities of your daily life YOU ARE AGEING If theenthutiaun for tackling your daily problems ha waned YOU ARB AGEING If you nave lost the spring of your step and your movements are cumbrous YDU ARE AGBING If your skin is shrinking nd your face looks wrin kled, careworn and old readers in a!I cawi to get a physician's prescription far organic iron Kui sted Iron or if you don't want to go to this trouble then purchase Nuxated Iron in its original packages and see that this par ticular mime N'ux3ted Iron) appears on the package. If you have taken prepara tions such as Nux ar.d Iron and other similar iron products and failed to get re- 1ivh( simpiy because their blued suits, .-enirrrher that sti :h products are in is starving for want of iron," saya entirely different thing from Nuxated Dr. James Francis Sullivan, fur- Iron." Jrerly l'hysician of Bcllevtte Ir. George H. Baiter, formerly Physician Ilosoita! (Outdoor Tent 1. Xer find Stlrccon. Monmouth Memorial lfntniral have plenty or iron in your blood, York, and the Westchester County of New Jersey, says: "From a careful ex- j t, i- i.il nospnai. inou-anas are ageing ana ammation ot tne lormuia aim my own rests and physicians explain beloV why breaking doun at a time when they should of Nuxatrd Iron. I feel convinced that it is they prescribe Organic iron NuX- tc en;oying perfect Health because anaemia a preparation which any physician can take teH Trnnti-, timnlv imn lack of iron in the blud has fastened himself or prescrioe for his patients with tea iron to Supply tlli iron de- it, on them and s unpine their the utmost comidrnce of obtaining highly IlCienCy in the Weak, nervous, and strength, vitality ar.d energy. But in my beneficial and satisfactory results." run-down SO as to build them UD ?!l,'"'c,n y0" "n't make strong, keen, force- H.mrai.' Jtwi. Koi.t-i In whirh ti.. in . , . . . : ful men and healthv rnsv-rheeked women "" br If- HuliiTn mi& othr piiiciani win. mh WltO Stronger, nealtilicr men and bv feeding them on metallic Iron The "''ri!o remits. i iwt rai r-mni j, but on. wh.ra women. old form, of metallic iron must go through J: AT.Xi'a .',1 if . - a Utgestive process to transform them into t set injur l. th, mk thrrn'Mark m ..V. ? i- ? W,,(,.,0UR organic iron Nuxated Iron hefe thev th. avi, m. m.nuf.r.r,. pi.r.nt SflU to Of young In feeling is losing Ihe old are readv to be taken Tin and asiimilatrd "d ""' MtUfsrwr reunite .r.r oii.iln-r r time vim and energy that make, hfc worth "y tic humSn I L .dviS S3.T. ""4-' ' " " " E. A. DROWN, DRUGGIST, BARRE, VT. IfiJIRESTLING i-v ARMORY H Al l. Montpelier Thursday Night, Mar, 4 GARDNER VS. SHIMKUS i"-i r r . V ii " r w. : tl, 1 w a A t ' "' . ::. Z. ; 1 t it. 1 ' i 1 f .; t "riNKY" GARDNER ""Pinky" Gunlner (tuarcnttva to mr-p-sr. Adrni!ton : Rinicte. fl.tiO; tinlk-rr. ic ; Ladies and Boss under 14, 3.ir. Eli Bourdon, Referee Mon rr - 8:1 m w w turn m Si in b.ti. 1 ' I I ! 0 - y' 1 18 This is the final windinjr up of the Quit Business Sale of the g H u e uoera nouse JL day Night, March 1 THE SEASON'S BIGGEST EVENT Direct from Three Months' Triumph in Boston oston h Opera Company ' IN DEK0VEN'S GREATEST SUCCESS," THE COMIC OPERA Peoples Shoe Store, Barre, Vt. egiooing Wednesday, Morning at 9 o'clock and continuing until all sold. And look at these prices: FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR for many Shoes, as long as they last. We are bound to sell every Shoe in the store before March 31. Donjt wait until the last day, but come right now, while we have your size and style. The style and quality of our stock, coupled with the low prices, have assured a quick, decisive dis posal, and the community has benefited by our decision to sell everything at a sacrifice. i There has been no profiteering in the retail shoe business, and we are giving you a chance to hit old II. C. of L. a hard one. ESSES We are offering our entire stx-k of Mattresses at the ola price. These, prices will Icok cheap to you three months later. T?uy now and save money. Ccme in. Lee Clara C. Shortt Marshfitld, Vernoct THE BOSTON PAPERS SAID: "ROBIN HOOD is the test American Comic Opera, and the Boston English Opera Co. give the best performance since the Bcstontans." Regular Seat Sale Opens TUESDAY, MARCH- 9. I can personally guarantee this attraction. JOHN E. HOBAN, Mgr. PRICES: Roxcs. $2.00; Orchestra, 1st 13 rows $2.00; last 11 rows. $1.50; Raleony, 1st 4 rows $1.00, balance 73c Tax extra Orders by Mail Accompanied by Check er Money Order with War Ta and SeU-Aidressed Enveloie Recenrc-4 Now. Ladies Tatent Vamp White Top, Low Heel On our big stock of White Shoes and Ox- We have a big shipment of Men's up-to-date Lace, a stylish Shoe for growing girls, price fords, we will give you anything wanted at Shoes that1 were ordered for Spring, 1920, $7.00, at $3.89 -0 fents on the dollar one-half price. and when taken sick we countermanded the : ; .., n - order, but the Shoes were shipped and are CTsS'uJia "lh Khi8hGrhyX 1 '" AJch Snrt. h fr you at 20 per nt diun.. a, the were $10.00 and $12.00, for $4.98 any arch troubles or corns, let us nt you witn factory would not accept our countermand. a Scholl Support. . J, Big stock of Women's Kid High Lace Shoes. Anv Support for any trouble for $2.00 ... . , . OA were $10.00 and $12.00, for J3.9S y ouptJort Ior an uuu 1C XUI All Rubbers for men and women at 20 per : cent discount. 4 dozen pairs Women's Pumps, were $5.00 Foot Soap -oc and $6.00, for $2.98 : r 1 lot of Boys' Gun MaTshoea, were $4.50. Foot Powder 25c Any Shoes in stock not. otherwise specified for $2.23 All Shoe Polishes of any color 20c at a discount of 20 per cent. . """ ' 1 1 .. - '' " ' ' " -"' "' ' " " " ' '" 1 1 " 7 M. - ' ' We will have plenty of clerks to attend to your wants, but again let us warn you to "come early.' G. S. Andrews, Prop. I 1