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THJ3...BARIIE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., , THURSDAY, -APRIL 1, 1920.
Beg innin Easter New EASTER. means starting again new life, flowers, leaves Spring. , It is time to put winter-weary clothes into the discard and "blossom forth" in new attire. Get in harmony with the physchology of the hour. A new hat, dif ferent cravat, gloves and a suit and overcoat of different color scheme and patterning. . , Collegian and Culture Clothes are 'fitting companions for the Easter spirit Spring thoughts. They are the best in new styles they are American style, based on, the 'American figure. They are quality fabric, tailoring, inside mate rials. And like the Easter spirit, they are sincere. Collegian and Culture clothes are for the man who knows the value of good appearance and what real economy is Why we are proud to sell them and you will be to wear them. $35.00 to $75.00 " Classic No. 17 t " "Cmnimtro" : A Rene.r&I temi for a lanra flat's of woolen cloths, coane and fine, both . . plain and twill-woven, having the pattern produced in tha loom, and usually appear- , ill in distinct checks, plaids and strinei. Lamoirey9s - 11 IMIIIHMIWillllllliyilii In il lil i'I 1 II il III 'II IIWWIiWWII'lilsMWMMWritWWBi BlM1IMrnTIT MU THE WONDERFUL FRUIT piCINE Every Home In TWs State Needs "Fruif-a-flves" To those Buffering with Indigestion, Torpid Liver, Constipation,Sick or Nervous Headaches, Neuralgia, Kidney Trouble, Rheumatism, Pain in the Back, Eczema and other Skin Affections, 'Fruit-a-tives' gives prompt relief and assures a speedy recovery when tho treatment is faithfully followed. : 'Fruit-a-tives is the only medicine mtide from fruit containing tho medicinal principles of apples, oranges, figs and prunes, combined with valuable tonics and antiseptics. 0c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid, y FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, GDENSBTJKG, N. Y. ROXBURY ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE Name ''Bayer" is on Genuine Aspirin say Bayer Insist cn "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" in a "Bayer paoKage," containing prop SOUTH FAIRLEE Mrs. James Clcaland of Newport has been a guest at P. A, Sails'. Hollis Young is spending It is vara tion at South Corinth, helping his uncle, Bert Slack, make sugar. S. A. George is confined to the. houe with a severe cold. Mrs. Jane R. Winchester has re turned home, after spending the winter in Barre. Mrs. Ida Ware of White River Junc tion is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Car roll Bragg. Gladys Young from Springfield and Bernard from Bradford high school are at home for their Kaster vacations. Having sold their farm at West Fairlee, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Pierce have moved in with H. 11. Dearborn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonnett re turned from their wedding trip Sat urday to their new home here, which was all ready to receive them. Wc ex tend to them our congratulations and a hearty welcome to our neighborhood. SOUTH RANDOLPH Dr. Howard always recommended , OXIDAZE FOR COUGHS, COLDS Bronchial Asthma Years ei stadjr and observation convinced him it would safely, quickly and Mreiy stop bad cough and live instant relief in Bron chial Asthma. Guaranteed harmless. Here is aboslute proof from users. W'aterbury.CU- No nsthma thanks to Oxidate. Sulam, W. Vs. We find it all you claim. Kndiick,Col. Am well pirated with results. C'ircleville.O. More help than from nnything. Scmersct.Mass. It Kivts full taliefaction. Detroit, Mich. It has benefited me greatly. Worcester. Mass. lit wonJi .thouatds to me. Keint, N. II.- I speak in hiKhmt irait of it. rVntrn, Mich.- I Kot nearly instant relief. Howell, Mich. For asthma, btsit I've found. Cincinnati. O.It is a wonrterf ul' medicine. Smithi Basin, N.Y.- DelurhUd with Oxidaze. Kochdak, Mass. Coukb irone, gained eitrht fig-ned letters on file. Order to-day I Monev back if it fails. All Druccista. I E. A. Drown ran supply ysu. Adv. I (euy Voting's father is ill. '" Richmond Camp is working for Will Hyde. . . Bernard Brown of Tunbridge was in town last week, calling on E. Barton Camp. Charles Peavey returned from Brad ford last week, "Vhcre he had been spending a short time with his son, Robert Peavey, and tamily. Austin Marsh is helping Will Camp sugar. Harlie Sutton has finished work for .1. C. Greene and is helping Forrest Hood sugar. Spencer Clogiton is help ing Edwin G. Heath and Henry Hardy is working for J. C. Greene. Ed. Lovell has finished drawing wood from the Camp garage for Robinson Rich and is working for Carl Moxley, sugaring. Everett Smith has gone to Nashua, X. II., for work. 'Archie McPhetres is working for A. M. Smith. . The Strickland buby, ho has been quite ill for some time, is better now. The nurse, Mrs. Elizabeth Sanders, has gone to her home. C. h. McPhetres is moving to the Stiles farm and Frank Howard is mov ing to the Hackett farm vacated by C. L. McPhetres. The Ilas-tam block machine has been moved from the Camp garage to the Stiles farm. The same gang of help is working, with the addition of three choppers, Mark Spaulding, Benedict and Sweeney. .vlrs. Harold Slack was called to Tun bridge last week by the illness of her sister, Hattie Camp.' At last reports she was more comfortable. She has a nurse, Mrs. Benedict of Bethel. Mrs. George Hyde, jr., who has been so dangerously ill for the pat few months, is now able- to sit up a few hours each day. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Preston have re covered from their recent long illness with flu, as have John Ferris and family. RANDOLPH CABOT i A regular meeting of the O. E. S. ff . pi t ti i ' w'" De 'le'(' 'r'l'av evening, April 2, at Hair Grown on Bald Head l- Jd'fJii After betas; slmoet totallv hsld. a New yrk bspsilv feund snaiethirte which hrouyht out s new. losariant pronto of bsirtr whifh t e is so orooq that as will send tha informal"- fres to actons who asks, for it. writs- Jana il Rrft's.n Ststlon f, Nrw York. N. Y. Many wnmea s ansa bsve erown ir sftee all el CedsA. Cat ssjs sat. stww otbsrs; this m (sauiaa. rill ing of chapter, and sugar on snow will lie furnished later in the evening. Bijou Theatre Entrance on Pearl St. Three Show Daily, a:i, 6:45, 8:3 PRICES: (including war tax) MATINEES: Adults ISe, Ckildrea lc EVENINGS: Adults 2c Children lie , To-day - VIVIAN MARTIN IN IHs Official Fiancee" -Mutt and Jetf - Alxt a romaly: "LOST. A BRIDEGROOM." Tharsdsr, April"! IX 1 ROTH T DAI.TON' !V "L'APACHE- "N A1T.HTT LIONS AND WILD MEN." spsriai. Atso rkreen Mitaune. ' Friday, April i The Web of Chance" -Black Secret" and "Current Evntsv" Attend Matinee for Seat CHILD .SAVED BY MOTIIEK Mrs. E. S. Whiteomb.who came Sat urday from Bellows Falls to visit Mrs. S. 8. Whitcomb, was delayed here on Monday on account, of the trains and was. obliged to remain over till Wednes day, when she returned to her home. Mrs. C. J. Stockwell and her son, Hubert, went to Rochester Wednesday to visit friends the rest ofjthe week. Mrs. E. E. Maxham and daughter went to Bethel Wednesday for a short stay with relative in that town. The singing evangelist, who has been in Springfield, Mass., reached White River Junction on Tuesday, 'but could get no further, so could not meet his engagement-here litesriny night, trie following morning he arrived and will be present at the meetings for the nexi two'weeks. Mrs. Douglas Barclay and children and Miss Bryant came on Wednesiy to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Manchester. Mrs. .Barclay joined her husband on a xlp to Boston the same day,' leaving her family with her parents during - her absence. The engine which-was wrecked here on -Tuesday was placed upon the rails late in the evening of that day, and after a little the train from the north passed on its way to White River Junction. Passengers who went north on Tuesday morning for business, reached here about 6 o'clock on a train made up to come as' far as this sta tion. Xo serious damage resulted from the accident, but a delay of travel for several hours was the result. Sugar lakers in this vicinity are having, a good run of sap, making quite an amount of snutr. One farmer ve ported one hundred gallons of syrup made during last week. "Joe vV ells, son of Mrs. (. ora Wells Litchfield, who is at the sanatorium for mastoid abscesses, is thought to be more comfortable, and making a slow recovery. X. C- Buck was in Montpelier on Tuesday on a business trip, returning about fi o'clock that night by special train, made up at Montpelier to come as far as here. I er directions for headache, colds, pain, ! neuralgia, - lumbago and rheumatism. I Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin ! prescribed by " physicians for nineteen years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets , cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of MonoacetiC acidester or Salicylicacid. Adv.' WOODBURY Hugh and Myrtie Davis visited rela tive in Morris'ville Tuesday. John (Midden left Tuesday for Barre. Judge Dana was home Saturday and Sunday from his court duties in Mont pelier. Allen Ainsworth was a business vis itor in Montpelier the first of the week. Anna Parker and daughter, Helen, are ih Cohaet, Mass., called there by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Frates.' ' " B. F. Morse visited in Hardwick Friday. ' Glen Powers was home over the week end from his homo in. Barre. Fred Leonard has moved his family to Hardwick. Harriet Davenport of Hardwick was an over-Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Weeks. Edmund Kddy visited in Greensboro the last of the week. Mrs. Hurley Wheeler and daughter, Grace, are guoets of relatives in Marsh field. Cora Thomas and Dorothea Ains worth visited Christine Morrison in South Woodbury Saturday. Nancy Clapp is slowly gaining from her recent illness. Mrs. Ma-bel Carr and son left Tues day for a few days' visit with rela tives in East Barre. Fred Clapp has gone to housekeep ing in the Jennie Hamel tenement. Wardner Burnham came near losing three horses one night recently by the stringer of the barn breaking, letting them all into the cellar. Fortunately, they escaped unhirmed. TOPSHAM SOUTH FAYSTOX Schools closed Friday, March 26, for a three weeks' vacation, the teachers returning to their homes in Waitsfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Foss. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Maloney and Will Malon- Oej-tmde I.amarr.. six-year-old dauahter cf f .v- all of Wliterbury. visited at the Mr. and Mrs. Ane-lm Lamarre, 2 Main home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griffin street, Ssnford. Maine, was saved from fits ' ,v'undV and enjoyed new sugar on by the prompt action of her mother, who . gfm. edministeTed Dr. True'e Elixir. ! it rr i tt i .1 Mrs. Lamarre wrote tha followina- to Dr. ""gh Henry has had another J. K. True A Co.: "My dauchU". Uertrude. j attack of sciatica and has been con had diny spells and rouli not even so out. ; fined fn tJ,c JJ the past Week, but is ill :.?Lrr":lSLT"-.T,V".. somewhat better at this Family Laxative and Worm Expelleri. She never had any fits since, 1 feci very grateful to you." Symptoms of worms: Constipation, de ranged stomarh. swollen upper lip. sour stomach, offensive hraath. hard and full uelly, with occasional ffripinas and paine horse. about the navel pale face of leaden tint. Hrold Griffith of Brre ina of the noae. itch'inr oi the rectum, short i visiting. writing. Eugene B. Griffin is home from Wa terhurv and has cone to work for the i Green Mountain Lumber company. I. J. elon was in Montpelier one ilsv last week and returned with a new is in town. dry eotwh. grinding of tha teeth, little red p-inu stH-king out on the tongue, starting during lrep. slow fever. Ir. Trues Elixir has been fsitMul in its duties as a family Laxative and Worm Ex- Mrs. C. E. MrLam has been quite ill during the past week with an attack of gall stonest Mr. and Mrs. W. II. .Morrison have moved to the home of C. D. Macdonald, where they will remain through the sugar season. The many friends of linn Stevens will be sorry to lean) that he has been obliged to return to. the, hospital at Maine for another operation on his leg, which we hope may be successful. O. E. Taplin has returned to his work at Groton pond, leaving Mrs. Taplin somewhat improved. Mr. Herring was at Montpelier last week, where lie disposed of a pair of his work horses at H. M. Farnham's sales stable. Will Fox was called to Manchester, X H., the first oi'.the week by the s rioi.s illness of his mother. Sugar makers aretvery busy, but at the prices mentioned for the sweet product people can only indulge a a iufury, not as a necesitv. J. ('. Lang was at John Williams' in Corinth last Friday. Will all who ran. kindly remember Miss Marion Mel -am with a postcard at Ear-ter? Just as we go to press, we learn of the serious illness with pneumnnia of Dr. G. W. Darling of South Ryegate. He has many frit nils here who wish for him a speedy recovery. j Miss Dora Bacon wasin Northfleld Wednesday morning aial ' from there went to Hardwick for a visit. Mra. M. 11. Richardson and Mrs. Mary Wilson were In Montpelier one day recently. . Miss Jessie Stanton was with friends in,' Montpelier Saturday and Sunday. ' Mrs. George French was a visitor ift Northfleld one day. the last of the week. . . Mrs. E. A. Stimson was a recent visitor in Randolph.' , Ralph Dickinson was a business vis itor in Northfleld Wednesday. Phil Flint and son, Lawrence, were also there the same day. Mrs! Nancy Denney was out from Northfleld Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Warner. - - ; . Robins made their appearance in this vicinity the first of the past week, an-1 other sign of spring this year. 'Autos and motorcycles were out in thevil lage Sunday.' Mrs. Brooks was in Northfleld re cently. Mrs. Dickerman of East Granville visited her niece, Mrs. B. C. Hall, the first of the past week. Mrs. McKenzie was a business vis itor in Northfleld Friday and also Monday. Mrs.- Roy E. Webster and Mrs. Roy L Webster were in Northfleld Friday. H. G. Andrews has been home niost of the past week because of the illness of their son. v s Mr: and Mrs. W. O. Crane were at Mr. Boardmans in "Little Northfleld" over night during the week; Harry Pratt of Proctor was here Thursday in the interests of the Ver mont Marble Co. Dr. GiTord of Randolph, was in tire jlace Saturday morning, professional y. He visiteil M. E. Chase, who has been ill the past two weeks, also called on Harry Tilden. .Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hall made an attempt to motor to Braintree Sunday afternoon. The runner path was some what narrower than ' that of the car and did not prove very satisfactory wheeling and they returned home. Mr4v Dome waa in Northfleld Satur day. -Miss Vara Mcjntjre, . who is teaching in the graded school there, returned home with her. Mr. B. P. Blanchard and Mra. Leon Spalding were among those in North Hem Wednesday. Allen Kidder of Burlington was with his father here the last of the week, coming from Springfield. During the week he had been with the 1. V. M. glee club, giving concert .in- Water bury, Randolph and Springfield. Dr. Ellis was called here twice dur ing the week to visit the infant son of If. G. Andrews, who has pneumonia. Dr. Green of Bethel was also here the last of the week on the same case. The baby , is convalescing. Miss lit.rothy Slayton and Mis Mar jorie Orcutt of Montpelier came Mon day to spend a part of their Easter vacation at the home of their grand father, W. A. Averill. Dr. . Angell was in town Monday morning from Randolph to visit Dan Spalding, who is in poor health. Dr. C. A. Shaw was but of town from Tuesday till Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Cleveland were out of town a portion of the 'past week. " Clarence Webster of Randolph was in the place Thursday and purchased cows of Mr. Mclntyre, also of Glenn Tracy. Mr. Mclntyre sold his entire herd of cows and took them to Brain tree Friday. J. B. Kidder wa at his home in Burlington ovr Sunday, and Monday went to Proctor for the Vermont Mar ble Co. Thomas Curtis has finished work for the marble company and plans to go to Detroit, Mri-h., to work in the auto mobile shops. Mrs. F. C. Rich and daughter, Lottie Rich, were in Northfleld Monday. Fred Rich is home from his work in Windsor, entertaining the nfumps. " plllf I 13' ss.gir" SS MlMMv. - 1 "JuiLJii B',w3sss3ssswswawss This is only one of the many models in the complete line of Andes Ranges. There is an Andes Range that exactly fits your kitchen, and your cooking needs. A Double Andes burns both gas and coal, the same oven being heated by gas or coal sepa rately or by gai and coal together mi Baking exquisite cakes With a birthday cake on the schedule for little sister's party how important it is that such a very special cake be well baked. It will be a shame to disappoint sister with a poorly baked cake. And then, too, some of the mothers of sister's little friends will probably see it. Another reason why it should be good. Of course, the secret of good baking is the evenness of tire oven's tempera ture. And the Andes helps you in this respect because its oven is heated from all sides at once. Thus it not only maintains an even heat all morn ing, but also fs as hot in one corner as it is in another. This keeps the cake from baking too fast on one side and too slow on the other. Such , a range as the Andes cannot be perfected in a day. The Andes today is the result of fifty years of effort by its manufacturers to build better and better ranges, that would do better and better cooking. Many a woman right here at home has blessed the day she bought her Andes. We can show: them u you. May we? ' paEg RANGES "Better Cooking for Less Money E. A. Prindle & Go. Barre, Vt. h-sssssssc: WEBSTERVILLE WEST BROOKFIELD George West attended the funeral o'f Mr. Pearsons of Montpelier last Tues day. Those having perfect attendance dur ing the winrr-r term were F.velvn Blancliffrd, Edw in Blanchard, Nina Da vis and Kuth I ntiedt. There will be an entertainment at the sehoolhouse Thursday evening, April 8, at 8 o'clock. All are welcome. Miss Sarah Prime spent the week end in Northfleld. Mrs. Lewis Wakefield wa in'North field last Tuesday. Mrs. (ierry.of Kittery, Me., is spend ing some tin w ith her daughter, Mrs. George Wakefield. (lUadv Bailaf !a rJEXLFORZl IN A TUBE. FOR Neuralgia in FACE and ARMS A FREE TRIAL Send address and rem wilt, racenre food aird assaplc tuba of "jELLfOHM" FsdST"s Read? Relief wuhoat any additional mat to T"ti RsDWAY CO. 2C4 Center Street. New York sTasfss-ay sTaasfr Mmlimt LIQUID la Battlss JELLFORM -la Toka 3Sc, 70c Patrick Burns returned Monday from Littleton, N. IL, where he has been employed several months. Mr. Edward Anderson of Quincy, Mass., arrived here yesterday for a short business visit. A son was born Saturday to Mr. and Mr. Ed. Duby. Joseph Littlewood fell 'Monday as he descended a few steps at the quarry where he is employed, fracturing a bone in his riylit arm. John Mitchell returned to Philadel phia yesterday, after visiting a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell. Joseph Hallipsn went to Boston yes terday on a few days' business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Klmer.Suitor went to Lenoaville, P. Q., last week to visit relatives. Mrs William Riddel spent a few days last week in Northfleld with rela The Baptist Sunday school will give an Easter concert next Sunday morn ing at 11 o'clock. Everyone is invited, especially the parents of the children who are taking part in the concert. Remember the hour 11 a. m. 4 YM REDUCE WEIGHT EASILY o more worry about your over-stoutness. Take Oil of Korein, follow the simple, .health-improving Korein e.vstem and it is positively guaranteed you will lose 10 to 60 pounds whatever amount of fat you need to be rid of or this self-treatment will eost you nothing. We offer $100.00 Cash Guarantee! The shadow pictures give an idea low you look beforo and after reduction. . . Measure and Welsh yonrself now; watch the delight ful steady reduction. Become healthier, younger in appearance, more active and attractive; gala real beauty. Don't let heart disease, apoplexy, or other diseases (due to obesity) ruin you. Awaken now, change irritability, sluggishness, body burdens, and your duck-like waddling walk to pleasant agility. ADD) lEAUS TO lOLi; LIFE..- Oil of Korein W1LLIAMSTOWN The business meeting of the Home Study club that was scheduled for thi week, is indefinitely pos-tponed. Mrs. Abbie C. Freeman, who has been housekeeper for J. F. Bailey for some time pa:, is just now at West Berlin, helping out in the family of Fred Bailey, whose daughter is seriously ill. Mrs. Alma Boyce.and son. Earl A. Boyce, who have been employed by (ieorffe W. Lynde for the past winter, re to return to their farm to-morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Sea"er were pleasantly surprised at their home last Saturday evening bv friends and neigh bors, who iiBir torrmind them that j it was their 2.th innivcrsary. There! was music and a poem written by Percy ' I Jeffords. Refre-ibfents of sandwiches 1 I rake and coJTce were served. The party , broke up at a late hour, leaving a siwn of money nd some silverware, lor which Mr. and Mrs. Seaver extend i A prominent Ffinadelphian, . Georjre Keynolds, Walton. Ave- cue, lost -o lbs. the srst montu and continued using Oil of Korein, massaging lmse!f daily, until he reduced 6 lhs, Mrs. J. It. Hansen, l'luttsrille, reduced 20 lbs. in less than 2 months. Mrs. lu C Patrick. Niland, wanted to reduce 8 lbs., and did se in two weeks. An Albany business man, F. O. Drew, lost CS lbs. in S months. Many Bay "fat seems to melt away", or "measurements decrease like marie", etc. Legions of voluntary testimonialsv Don't earTT the tedious burden or unhealthy fat. Become slender end attractive by this superior eisy method. RECOMMENDED BY rilVKICIANS. ( Amaze yourself and friends. Increase your efficiency. ' Oil ef Korein Is pleasant to use. Bur small box at any busy pharmacy; or the druggist will get it for you. .Or, write us and we will mail you a b.n in plain wrap per, which you may pay for when it comes to you. Nw Book Tertafla WIgM 1twVj fives XfifXlT' fcslptul lofomutloo. Will M sMlh-d frsa on lfIt- reqwst. Cut Oils a4ertiwroem vji and ksep JvVU r"? Do lo losa thta cssara af llfrtma to Improve jwrsoif mimlxi. Adims: yW Wl ST1 rnr.r. a ajd KOREIN CO Sta. F- New York their thanks. Mrs. R. B. Whallev returned to her home last Fridav. aft-r four weeks' visiting of friends in Maine. 4'lirence Htitrhins moved his familv rlhr. sinor Ihil or 8 rr' reputation. Slid poods to Moretown Wednesdav. r.rm-yona can improv thair health br simply . jjr M1lrt Ha Iloll went to Barrr looktna artrr th bowals-a pusa herb lasa- S. . . . . , ... tive. afcirh Dr. Truaa Eli.tr ta. ill prompt- 1 Jueiay for a two weeks slay with ly nliro all worry and disorders. AT ; her sister. ALL DEALER-. Av. . r Percy Corliss w as in Moretewn Tuc- - " 'I Am V . .... rrtnt ttuckirv 01 .iiors'town was in i New Goods Jiu-t in A lot of Gingham Dresses, Rompers, Middy Blouses and Smocks. Come in and look them over. We give S.&H. G-een Stamp. Lcc & Gara B. Shortt Karihield, Veraoat GAINS WEIGHT; FEELS FINE Mr. Oyde Shearer. 722 Fat Seventh treet, .lrocton, N". V, sarits-a: "I am usine Cisun mcoe 7 shirts sed they mrr making me feel fine sin.- tak ing them. -I have gained tea pounds in flesh and f-el better erry day."" Thmvand f rierotis. thin, weak, aching, irrpoveri-h'-d men and women are daily jttin; iat leneflts from taking lado-nn-ne TsMet. Tt.ey are nrt a "fiire all," but jnt a wonder full? effertive tonic to ' r pin cf t! bly. Sld by druit erervwhere. Adv. to n Tuesday. 'OST MILLS . F. f Bartlett from Amherst. Ms , 'made a recent trip here in the interrt 1 I'l (lie . fi. ( iiiif.u xa'mi . j Mrs. lioae (ifreyf rom Straffed is I with her daughter," Mrs. Weilinpton I it us. Mrs. .fohn Stillrosn from Bridpepurt. Itonn.. is sisuinjr ner parents, .Mr. ana j ; Sirs, t yrua. Merrill. i j Dorothy Allen from Boston and Ruth tlatrb and Robert Alien from Lvndoa 'tenter are spendira the Latr aw i tin with their jrent. J Mr. and Mr. t. K. lsmipss made a j siort visit at the old borne on their 'ritura r.in tliaritcm. la. I Mra. Arabella Ksyrrtosid ws wi!ed 1 ,tn Teterr-f rrt. V. H J lat week hr the death c.f her daochter, Mia. Robert PlfLYMLLDONTBE Teople Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets A pimply fare will not embarrass yrw much kantrrr if you tret a package of 1 . Edwards Ohve Tablets. The ekin should begin to clear alter you have taken the tablets s lew rnchts. Cleanse the blond, bowels and liver . with Dr. Kd wards' Olive Tablet, the mccesf ful substitute frr calomel; there's no sickness or nam after takiruj them. Ir. tdwards Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and rust as effec tively, but their action is gentle and safe instead o. severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets M ever cursed with a "dark brown taste, a bad breath, a dun. listless "no food" fetbng. cxnsCpaUon, tmrpid Lver, bad di?pritKTO or punply race. Oiave Tablets are a purely egetab ronspound rruxed with ohve oil : you iJ know thera by tbeir oLve color. Dr. fcdw-ards per.t jrars aroon? pa tients ajftcted with lrTr and bowel complaints, and OUve Tib'rti are Uje Barnetisr-ly efecuye result. Takeoneor two niiCtstir tT a week, bee bow rrxtch GET BIG CROPS Make your land produce more by using fertilizers that have proven their worth. It is a waste to spend money for good seed and labor and not get the utmost in crops. Burlington Animal Fertilizers Have proven their worth". Adapted to the soils of Vermont, these fertilizers will bring much greater results with no more expense for labor or seed. A few more bushels of grain or potatoes to the acre means just that much added profit It Is po-"-sible to go over the peak and get that added production by using Burlington High-Grade Ani mal Fertilizers. If your dealer cannot supply you, write us direct. I Individual Merits of In dividual Parts A machine correctly assembled from parts of highest quality is bound to be a good machine. , G-E Motors are built on this principle. The result is a motor we are proud to sell and you will be glad to own. Barre Electric Company "For your Electrical Wants" Tel. 98 BURLINGTON RENDERING CO. Burlington, Vermont Licensed Embalmers I now have in my employ Roy Swift, a licensed em balmer of seven years experience. This will insure the best of SERVICE at all times. M. J. Whitcomb t ST BARRE nMta director am v. w alms. TEL. Z W MITR AMEI UMl ftlVKI AT ALL KOt better ywi ted and to. IX. aai