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THE BAKRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920.
i.i t; !i is lit I THIS BLOOD BUILDER RANDOLPH SDK STON Many People Who Have Been Helped Now Recommend Reliable Remedy to Those Who Suffer Thrre is only one way to build up a run-down system, if the blood is pale " and thin. Many diseases are caused by tMu blood. Other diseases siuli as iheumatifm and influenza cause the blood to beconm thin and the wasting cfl'ect of these disorders cannot be combated successfully until the blood Is restored to its normal condition. Tailor, nervousness, indigestion, (.leejileasnesK, headaches, dizzy spells, shortness of breath, palpitation of the lieart, these are a few of the symp toms of an anemic, or bloodless con dition. Some of them are not nat urally associated with thin blood, but the quickest way to overcome them is to make the blood rich and red. Dr. Williams' I'ink Tills do one thing. They build up the blood by increasing the number of red corpus cles. As this is done the blood be comes a richer red and is ablo to carry more oxvuen, the crat supporter ot V not a tonic for every other part of the body that lacks tone. r. Williams' Pink Pills lijave been used for years as a blood-making tonic and system builder, with such good results that in every community there are many people who are recommend ing this remedy to those afflicted. Maine Woman's Experience. One such person is Mrs.'A. M. Roll'e, ho lives at No. 47 Adams street, Portland, Me. When seen recently at her home,' Mrs. Rolfe said: "I suffered from nervous indiges tion for over three vears. After eating Hams' Pink Pills is Mrs. James A. I rti-t .itf Vrt fl T li I ti l-iO v a I runt liTaatin fSf.. H. Mrs. Kuver was left in a badlv run-down, anemic condition after an attack of influenza. ' ''Following an attack of influenza I was so weirk that it seemed as though I could never get enough rest," she says. "I never felt like doing ray work in the morning, and uiy stomach dis tressed me. I lost all color and there were constant pains in my head and back. My appetite was poor and what I ate never agreed with me. "My mother bad used Dr. "Williams' I would fill right up with gas, and my pjk manv times w ith great ben heart would seem to jump. 1 could eat ent ad the af'ked me to give them a only light foods, had hilious attacks t.riaL It seemed as though obtained and irequent, bick neanacnes. 1 naa no rip f, taking- half a box, and color at all and lost llesh ana weigm. tnrPe ,oxea brought back my strength m xiincs i wouiu uc u vi k M. im.1..- an appetite. My color is restored, m wun nervuiiBiicB, mm i uu nv utomacth is stronger, and 1 rise re well. : freshed after a niaht's siren. ' I alwav "I)r. Williams' Pink PilJs werf rec- kcftp R box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pilli ommended to me ny a woman wno nao on hand now and have recommended ... 1 , 1 ..,".. 1 -J Ufn T - M . . human life. As the blood improves in 'TV . .. " . Z":.Tl 1 m '? ""y ot my iriends who Had ooalitr. the tiaaiiP. of the hdv are ! n.aQ un Bnca lm . V"u m 1 never fully recovered from the effect . - that tnev were doing me good, yiy Df indnenra attacks" better nourished and the functions of :, j t .fr-j nuueni atiaias. im hntlv ora hni i r nprfrirmuil Thl l . ' . . .... I 1 : a .. . : i i . .... l. ii.n.H 1 glands of the Btomaeh are stimulated, . d , f ,tiifkwp them in the house! UNuallv a better appetite and better digestion. So true is it that improve ed appetite and digestion follow build ing up the blood that it is a recog nized principle iu medicine that there is no tonic for the stomach that is as a tamily medicine. 1 shall always recommend Pr. Williams Pink Pills, for they helped me wlien other medi cines failed." After-Effects of Influenza. Write for This Health Book. Your own druggist can supply you wun ur. uuiiams rinic rills, or voti can order direct from the J. Williams' .Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y., post I paid, on receipt of price, 00 cents per j box. write lor tue free booklet, "What Another grateful user of Pr. Wil- to Eat and How to Eat." Adv. SOUTH ROY ALTON Flanders vacation are in SOUTH RYEGATE Martha and Malcolm spending part of their Pittsfield. Harold Barker, Theodore Whithnm and Dudley Leavitt, students at the V. V. M., are at home. Miss Helen Tally of East Hartford, i Conn., is with her mother, .Mrs. Knth erine Tully, during her vacation. Miss Bertha Whitham is ,at home from Bishop Hopkins hall for the East er vacation. Miss Marion Southworth, who has been with her mother .for a short vaca tion, has returned to New York. Robert Fales is assisting W. X. Allen in sugaring. 8upt. V. K. Bracke.tt has moved to the house wfiich he recently purchased of A. A. Abbott. Llewellyn Knight, who has been in the oil business in California and Okla- GROWN A son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Miss Martha Kidder, who is taking the nurses training course at Uarre , jjrs. Manley Carpenter, ..!, Muoh to the satisfaction of her many n, hi ,.t '4,iin P..,r . friends, Mrs. R. A. Davidson seems to t ' -i . c'lu-ibe recovermir from her recent illness". Ilvetrute Saturday morning for inter-, w ' Ja"et i ?na"' i "ng for rnVnt beside that" of her husband, who . h"' ,nt hfr ,,orae, &Lh. 7" HipH a number of vcar. tr. Kvumml ! u,cr. " conesaay mgnt and lliursrtay services were held at the V. P. church i Mrs- George Whitehill of St. Johns Saturday at 11 a. m. , burv has ben passing the week with Mrs. A. T. Beaton, jr.. is this week hpr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson entertaining Miss Dulcie Nceviour, a ; ons. nurse from the Hanover hospital who j Sir. and Mrs. Xed Lindrey were vis- is convalescing irom an operation lor , uors in vvoodsville, N. li., on r riday. ..tl.. ......... ... ... JlrR, r- .-nov ruim is slowly gaining ... . ... .v . v. v. , irom npr innir aim nplprs i ni -ll it I - with the hospital of Dr. (irenfell, the celebrated medical missionary of that region, and she is taking the course at IJsnover under his direction. Miss Annie. Beaton returned from homa, is now at home visiting friends. N'nngticld Monday evening at a late Mrs. J. 11. Mosley was given a sur- j liur, her train being compelled by high nrise nartv bv the camntire irirls lat ! water to make a detour through New Tuesday evening, the occasion being j Hampshire. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Thurston of her birthday anniversary. ur- ueorge w. waning nas neen con- -Monroe, A. were visitors in town Mrs. Kat Allen and her daughter, i nd to his bed by illness all this week. Thursdny and Friday. mm ion, a 1 in Mm . niii.iiu upiuii 1 v. . . ' -' au is pianninK to build a irounie was arresieo m us eany stages hoime dllrin th- ... ,.,mm anA Rev. and Sirs. E. W. Puffer were vis itors in Montpelier Wednesday. .Mrs. Kose Crown, who has passed the winter with Mrs. T. B. Hall, has gone to Woodsville, X. H.. where she and her daughter, Miss Calista Crown, win reside. friends, i'anl Allen is helping C Haskins in sugaring. The high and graded schools of the town will begin the spring term Mon day, April A. ( The Beauty of The Lily can be yours. Its wonderfully pure, soft, pearly white ap pearance, free from all blemishes, will be com parable to the perfect beauty of your skin and complexion If you will u and ne is making improvement daily. aircfldv has some lumber on .!,- m,H Mr He en Kouhan went to Iiarre . lt wiu be .rer(.d on tfc cor-er , piirsday for a visit to her son James oppogite the ,M,d of M A Ronhan, who has been ill with influ- j ifMthi fine 1().atiolI- iil. c itv..,.m Mrs. Helen M. Ricker has been nass- Charles Brock Darling have all suffered th.",w'Tk A th" h,?me of Mr- Bn1 from the flu this week and are still se-! w- C- th'nw'nin at Xewbury ;n C enter. lfM,?l ,11. Alex. Dunnett of St. Johnsbury was in town Thursday for the first time this winter, having been somewhat out of health. Mrs. Lydia Bailey remains about the same. WASHINGTON s The Easter service at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock will consist of a short program by the children. Special music and an Easter sermon by the pastor. Just eceived A big shipment of White Canvas Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords j for Women, Misses and Children. In order to move them quickly, we have placed them on sale at re duced prices, and they will be in cluded in our Move On Sale which is still in progress. Don't miss this opportunity to purchase your Easter Footwear at a big saving. . f Tilden Shoe Co. Aldrich Building, Barre, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Burt MdJowan Re turned to their home at Worcester, Mass., Wednesday after visiting rela tives here since last week. Clyde Welch of St. Johnsbury has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith. Mrs. Carrie Warren of Wells River has been visiting relatives in towu this week. Oorge Ricker, who is attending sc1kh)1 at Keene, N". H., is passing the Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Ricker. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heath of Woods ville, X. H., visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heathy their parents, Wednes day. Lewis Richardson, who has been em ployed by the I'. S. Rubber company of Hartford, Conn., is with hi parents, .nr. and .Mrs. t.. Kicliardxon. while re covering from an attack of typhoid lever. Clarence Waterman of St. Johnsbury was in town Tuesday to visit his moth er. Mrs. A. E. Smith. Mrs. Raymond Stanley and daughter are guests or her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Merrin. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hutclins of Mont pelier were recent visitors in town. , M. S. Walk of Burlington is passing several days here witli Jin daughter Mrs.. Barney Shapiro, and husband. The friends of Charles Oris wold of St. Johnsbury were pleased to sec him in town alter a nerioua illness. Mr, Ci r is wold, although not yet strong, is doing well and making a good recov ery. ' Mr. Xatzger, ahe singing evangelist, who has been here this week, left on Thursday night for Boston on busi ness, but will return for the Sunday evening service, and will remaiq for tne next two weeks, to assist In the services. The serrice on Friday night was held in the Methodist church, the Bethany society having a receptiort of members and communion at their church that evening. Mrs. Marl ha Ford of Xorthfleld Falls who has been in town since Wednes day, the guest of Mrs. Ernest Mcin tosh, left on Friday for her hume. Mrs. Ernest Sargent and -her, three daughters, who have been with Mrs. John Sherburne for nearly a week, left on Friday morning for their home in woodsville, .V li. The regular annual meetiiicr of Beu- lah chapter, Order of Eastern Star, waa held at Masonic hall on Thurs day evening, when the reports for the year were received and accepted, and a memorial service for the deceased members, five in number, .was given. The regular officers of the chapter gave this service. Following this, the elec tion of officers took place, and the re sult was as follows: Miss Harriette Hay ward, worthy matron; Dr. H. W. Holden, worthy patron: Mrs. Edna Fairbanks, associate matron: Ahhie F. Clarke, secretary! Mrs. Nellie Emer son, treasurer; Airs. Xettle Rix, con duetress; Mrs. Ina Boyden, associate conductress. Mr. and Mr.- Xorman Greens left Friday for Lawrence, Mass., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Urover. Mr. Greene will return the first of the week to resume his duties as janltor of the Kimball public library, and Mrs. Greene will remain about a month. The boarders at Mrs. Greene's house have sought other houses in her absence. Mark P. Morse came from the Pitts ford sanatorium on Thursday for a few days' stay at home with his fam ily, after which he expects to return there for treatment. Mrs. F. S. Swett, also a patient at the same institution, came Thursday to pass the week end with Dr. and Mrs. E. U Blanchttrd, expecting her husband, Capt. Swett, to meet her here lor nunclay. Mr. Holmes, the owner of the hotel property, who lives in Barre, came on Thursday to attend to some repairs on the store recently vacated by F. H. Packard and leaded by Mr. Dearborn for a Bailey Muic stnr, which will, after the room is put in readiness, be opened. .Mr. and Mrs. Claude rarr, who have been in Boston for a few days, ar rived here on Thursday ' afternoon, to vlit the latter's mother, Mrs. Alice Moore. Mr. C. A. Lasher, after passing the winter with Mr. and Mrs. George Flint, went to St. Albans on Thursday after noon to remain over Easter Sunday. Phoenix lodge, F. and A. M., held its annual meeting on Tuesday even ing at the Maionic hall, with'a good attendance. The following officers were elected; L. S. Brigham, . M.; EtNnn Gilford, senior warden; C. C. Clarke. junior warden: A. J. Huse, secretary; A. M. liuhhard, treasurer. The L. W. Webster corporation has i contract for- the interior finish for he new school house at Sharon. A nm, Harold Daniel, was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Rix last week at .the home of the mother "s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tatro. J. C. Slierburne has sold the Dean place on Central street to Mr. and Mrs. J. VS. Douglas of Bethel Gilead, who ake possession of the same, but will not occupy it till later in the season. Mus Carlotta Norman was ah'e to be on the street on Thursday, having recovered from her late surgical treatment. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN This If a Short Letter, but it Brings a Message of Irn portance to every Worn ark. Woodford, . Vt. "I took Lrdia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills before my child was born and it did won derful work for me. ' My, ha b y Weighed pou nd s when born and I did not suffer many paint. .You can p iblish thia letter if you wish for I would A not be without your medicine be fore childbirth." Mrs. John Liw bi.ni, Woodford, Vfc . ' The reason why Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound i so success ful in overcoming woman's ills is be cause it contains the tonic, strength ening properties of good old fashioned roots and herbs, which act on the fe male organism. Women from all parts of the country are continually testifying to its strengthening, cura tive influence,' and as it contains no narcotics or harmful drugs it is A safe medicine for women. If yon want special advice write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (con fidential),. Lynn, Mass. Vour letter will be opened, read, and answered by women only.. THETFORD WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Mrs. Ida Ware of White River June tion was in South Fairlee recently to visit her daughter, Mrs. Crowell Bragg. H. T. Hacked of Xcw York Oily, called on his 'sister,' Mrs. Stella Brown, on Thursday, on his way to visit his old home in Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Burke of Broad Brook were visitors in White River Junction recently. . The annual meeting of the Hartford branch of the American Red Cross will bn held in the Red Cross rooms in the Gates Memorial library hall at White River Junction Wednesday afternoon, April ", at 2:30 o'clock for the trans aation of the following business: To receive reports of officers, to elect offi cers for the ensuing year and to trans act any other necessary business. ' Mr. McKnight of East Thetford was in White River Junction recently. Holen and Doris Willard, Holton Chamberlain and Bernard Tye of the Hartford high school are spending their Easter-- vacation at their homes in Evarts. Miss Virginia L. Miller of White River Junction has been a guest for the past two weeks of her great-aunt, Mrs. Helen Dudley Martin of Hart land and while visiting there had an at tack of measles, from which she is rapidly recovering. , Frank May and his mother of Xor which have moved to Hartford. Mr. May is to be employed by Adams Mc Xichol. Elmer Bugbee, who has been spend ing the winter with his aunt, Mrs. Ermina Bugbee of West Hartford, has returned to Ins home in Montpelier. Roscoe Munsell of West Hartford is watching iho portion of the railroad section in the "Rocky mountains'' nights and John Munsell watches it days. ' Mr. Durkee of Xorthfield has bought the stock and merchandise belonging to the W. v. Munsell estate and will T he film artists cave us a call Mon day and had a chance to photograph take it to his place in Xorthfield. their own autos stuck fast in some of f he many friends of Mr. and Mrs. I Will True of West iebanon are re i joking with them over the rapid im- wlntered . in California. H . n,i , provement or tneir iix-tle son. iwoert, through the tornado belt and was at wno. tn seriously ill with pneu one time to near that hk train stopped our snowdrifts. ' John Rice arrived Tuesday, having' to avoid running into one Ralph Palmer ha purchased Clar ence Day's farm. Mr. Day is looking for another." Maurice Bond is home from U. V. M. He gave a talk in the church Sun day on the student volunteer conven tion at Des Moines, la. Louis Csdwell is also home from U. V. M. H. It. White of East Concord, W. W Webster of Hartland and Mr. East man from Xewport have been in the place during the past week, looking for business opportunitie and village prop erty. - F. E. Cox has eold his regintered Jer sey young itock to go to Piatt, City, Mo. They were car red Thursday! Van -Wllkie has received his honor able discharge after seven, months' service in the merchant marine. . . I Ruth Bond, came home Friday from Newton Center, Mass., where she is teaching. FAIRLEE monia Among the students of West Leba non who are spending their Easter va cation at home are Miss Olive True and Xelson Johnson, jr., from Durham, X. H.,andMiss Mary Kibling from the Sargent school, Cambridge, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Green, who have been spending the winter with their sons in Springfield, Mass., have returned to their home in West Leba non. Mrs. II. R". Walker and son, Ray m ond, spent the past week with friends in Springfield, Mas. I'nited Brethren lodge, Xo. 21, F. and A. M., held its annual meeting Ihursday evening, April 1, and eiect ed the following officers: W. M.. Frank H. Chipman; S. W Maurice Harvey: J. VV., C. E. Raymond; secretary, F. A. i arr; treasurer, D. A. J'eprin; S. D., W J. Jennings; J. D., tV L. Wood S. S., C. W. Rent or; J. S., Matt. Powers: chaplain, William Bowden; tyler, Ro maine Ppafford; marshal, X. C. Powers. Past Master O. W. Dalev installed the newly elected officers. Refreshments were served and a social time was en joyed by all present. Milton Reynolds and family have moved from West Hartford to Wilder. 112 Millions BETHEL Forrest A. Xorthrup. who had been I ill a week with pneumonia, paed the i crisis of the disease and is believed to J be on his way to recovery. Miss Edna ! Bush is assisting Mrs. Northrup. j Miss Bessie Batcheller arrived last ' evening from Mohtrear for a 10 days' ; rest from teaching. She was accom- panied by her friend, Miss Blossom , bartie, who is here for a visit. Hiram Aldrich went yesterday to ' Bath. X. H., where his five children are staying with relatives. He will do : faim work this season for his father-in-law, T. B. Southard. Before leaving he x.ld his stock and stored his house hold goods, expecting to sell the farm soon. Mrs. E. C. Bnrrell and her daughter, Blenda. of Barnard, were here several day this week at F. E. Burrell's. The Smead barber ihop reopens Mon day after a month's closing because of Mr. Smcad's illness. Bascom hmise sruet yesterday in- It'll i eluded Miss X. P. Tniay of Burlington, fid' MiS R'Hh I- Duwdell of Rochester, lohn n. tioodrich of South Kcvalton, .1 C. Bolton and Kenneth C. Hodgkins of tiaysv ille. Mrs. Florence Chadnick. recently housekeeper for- the late Theodore A. ( hadwii k. wil .occupy his lioue for Uie prewnt. 'O'wi Fridayservirc wre held morn inif and evening al lirist rhun-h. Mif .lolin-n of r.lackstune, Mas.. is a g-.icst at (ioy Wilson's. MARSHFIELD Mi Lula Wright of Pasadena, Cal., teacher in Columbia university, X. , is the guest of her uncle, B. B. I Xownes; j Miss Carrie Berkley is spending few days at home during the vacation ' at Gnddard seminary. j Mi Leola Taft left to-day for l"n ion Village to commence the spring. term of school. Mrs. Byron of Xorth Montpelier was a business visitor in town this week. ' Mrs. J. W. Sulham has gone to East Montpelier to nurse in the family of Nil hum Helton. S. Swerdfeger left Friday for Tor ringtnir, Conn., to visit his daughter, Mrs. Maurice Merrill. Miss Clara Bli.w is working fvr Mrs. A. T. Davis, who is in very poor health. Mrs. N'ancy Simpson of Barton is visiting her brother. j The manv friends of Mrs. Ellen Mar-1 xhall will be glad to hear that a let ter has been received from her this, week, saying that she is improving again since her recent relapse and ex-1 prmsiiig her deep appreciation of the i many letters, cards and kind ullage i which she has received from the friends j in her home town and is looking for ward to the time when she can visit' them once more. j Mrs. L. D. Xute. Mrs. I. M. Carpenter ' and Rev. G. A. Furness were visitors i iu Montpelier Thursday. A cordial invitation is extended to: everyone to attend the l.ater service Sunday morning, following the 1. h. service in the evening, the pastor will give a talk on Fanny Crosby's life-work. D. -H. Mclndoe has bought of Mr. Pearle the place that he formerly owned, Mr. Pesrli having bought the farm known as the R. C-Martin place in Bradford lower plain. Mr V IT Mnstr hmm hin nt.rtBm. ing her sister and niece, Mrs. Charles ; USed lclSt Q3 HartrAw mtiA fiaa f iMr.f nf Piinimn. 1 .ic ' I to KILL COLDS Mr. Robert Hodge has been spending several days in Brattleboro.' Mrs. W, C. Ordway Is to do the office Work for the Lake Morey Creamery,' association. We are again reminded that it is the first of April, not by being an April tool, but Dy seeing the listers on our streets. Miss Barbara Andrews is the happy ,' owner ot a nne pony and all of the tur nisliinps. Its arrival was a complete surprise to Miss Barbara. Mrs. E. R. Humphrey is spending a few days in town. HILL'S aV CASCARAQUININI v. -vvi;,i i. HAVE COLOR IN CHEEKS lJi UMIA'V v a V lll,'j t i -4 cold rras for 29 jrtars tablet fornv safe, ure, tie it brki up a cold in 24 tur relieves crip in J deyt. Money bick if it foiU. The enmao box Mi a Krd with Mr. Hill'. picture. At A II Drug Stvr. top Be Better Looking Take Olive Tablets To have a clear, pink (kin, bright eves, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like childhood days, you must keep your body free from poisonous wastes. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets (a vege table compound mixed with olive oil) act on the liver and bowels like calomel yet have no dangerous after effect Take one nichtly and note results. They start the bile and overcome constipation. That's why milboris c4 boxes are sold annually. 10c and 25c New Goods Just in A lot of Gingham Dresses, Rompers, Middy Blouses and Smocks. Come in and look them over. We grive S.&H. Green Stamps. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marshfield, Vermont PLAINFIELD Lilii, Your closed evenings, adv. hats Mrs. are here. Store !. Hud'on, jr. NORTH FAYSTO.' f What to do for 1 ' I ((! lii'epsin." by neutralizing the acidity of the stomach. inMan'lv The announcement thst Mr. and Mrs. relieie thr food souring and fcrment- Mirhacl .iaionoy of Watyrlmry and; tion which cs'in- the micry making Mr. K.dn 1 er.' in ton S;m- fs. heartburn, fiatiilem-c, fullness or day a a mi!ake. It a K!.m (sin in stomach and ir-tewlines. It, Wi;iiam Mt loner of Haterbury j A few tablet of "I'ape'n Dtapepin" and William rrlfTiii of Mir-to n. Mr. 1 bring relief almost as rnon as they and Mr. Mwharl Maioney of Water-' rca. h the tnm,vS. They help regulate bury are cc-tcfl at the bome of Mr. " eiiTdred slomarh so favorite food and Mr. Kugene (,r!ffin tomorrow, ran be eaten without distress CVfts Apr:! 4. m little al drug stores. Ai. A Serious Situation In our struggle with the II. C. of L, economy should be our waich word, but let it be rational economy. The price of milk has nut risen out of proportion with the price of laboc the price of other food. or the cost of productln. And yet there are many families with growing chil dren who buy only enough milk to wet their breakfast food and color their coffee. How reckless to put "expensive" milk in "economical," nourishing coffee. But this is no jest. It Is a Tragedjr It is one of the serious health questions of the day. A survey in Tortland.' Oregon, revealed the startling fact that o,?(Z mhotA thildren were retting little or no milk. How eerrms is this milkl- diet -ituation? Jut this m-rious! Id Portland in 1P18 more babies and children died from causes traceable to lack of proper nutrition than from "Kla" and all other eontejriou dieeasea combined. Fathers and mothers, i thia not a subject worthy f your earnest consiJeratios t The fact that physicians are rotantly prescribing either an etclu sie mills diet or milk in the diet, oushl to be proof positive to the lay man that it is food medicine for him and his family, sik or writ. Ir. Kdnsrd C. (allaway, sa authority on the subject, tells us that for the best health of the family the milk bill should be to and one half times the meat bill and twice tbe bread bill. In every family ia America, t be rule for buying food should be: Order the milk first, and then practice economy if it is possible on food that are not eiactly eential. r x t Mi- ,.t- r i ti. narre auik is inc jtijik irom ncaiuiy cows. Good painters know why we sell so much Du Pont Paint and Vamisii because they buy It themselyefl. They know it goes farther, wears better, and eaves money for them a well as for you. The best known Master Painters ia this town. are coming to us right along for Du Pont Paints and Varnishes probably tho most complete and certainly tho best of the 400 odd lines on the market. They stand back of their line and so do we. The Du Pont name bas stood for The Best for over one hundred years. Specify "DuPont! on your next painting job. A Co. 16 Depot Square, Barre, Vt. ire mi mm Fertilizers That Make Good DON'T speculate with your land. Avoid dis eased -crops that are liable to come from using low grade fertilizers. Get the most out of the soil and keep it strong and fertile with Lowell Animal Fertilizers they make good. Made from Blood, Bone. Meat, and Chemicals, Lowell Fertilizers are also guaranteed to contain 1 water-soluble Potash. Lowell Animal Fertilizers will increase your Potato yield many barrels per acre. They'll grow more and better vegetables. They reduce the susceptibility to rust and other fungous diseases. They strengthen the stems of grain and forage crops. They'll make your farm land healthy and keep it producing all the time. Get into the "make good" class by ordering your supply of Lowell Fertilizers promptly. In harmony with the efforts of the Soil Im provement Committee of the National Ferti lizer Ass'n to standardize brands, we are now offering high grade complete fertilizers contain ing potash. The prices are from $10 to J16 per ton lower than last spring on such grades as 3-8-4, 4-8-4 and 4-8-6. LOWELL FERTILIZER CO. Irwck CoaeoHdaMod Itoaatertag C. ' Boston, Mass. asai Individual Merits of In dividual Parts -A machine correctly assembled from parts of highest quality is bound ta ia 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 jour Electrical Wants" Tel. 98 Licensed Embalmers I now have in my employ Roy Fwift, a licensed em balmer of seven years experience. This will insure the best of SERVICE at all times. M. J. Whitcomb HT BARRE ri vr.R!. riFrcTos n rMitiMF TfcU : MOTOR AKBt LA.rS 6EC ICE AT ALL BOV RS