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-THE EARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT WEDNESDAY", APRIX 7, 1920.
ft CHELSEA I Dressing the Old Home Up Don't let the old home get a shabby appearance. Give it a brand-new coat of Bay State Liquid Paint. , A coat that will give it a dressy, up-to-the-minute look; that will protect it from heavy rains, midsummer heat or winter weather and still look bright and shining. ' Bay State Liquid Iints Inside or out, you can freshen up everything paintable. There are Bay State Liquid Paints, stains, enamels and varnishes for every painting job. INOROUT, the All-Round VarnUh Live steam can't make INOROUT bat an eye. It stands every punishment varnish can be put to and cdmes out glossily new. It fills every varnish need, from touching up the piano to protecting the swing chair. INOROUT stands alone in its superiority. Try it. WADSWORTH, ROWLAND & CO., Inc. BOSTON. MASS. Latgttl Paint tnd Vtmitk Mtim in New EnfUmJ You eta bur Inerout Virniih and Bj Slate Faint fren LEE S. BLANCH ARD, General Merchandise, Groton, Vt. IUyaJ Iks titter BAYATElf DO YOU SUFFER THE AGON3ES OF RHEMSSi VAR-NE-SIS is recognited as a remedy of real value in the treat ment of this disease. The ' 'Story of YAR.HH-SIS' wilt iaUrett ya ud abews why 1 tay AR-NE-SIS CONQUERS RHEUMATISM IT'S FREE. Scad for it. W. A. VAEKEY, Lynn, Mass. Tour drae-iat stll VAR-2IE-S:S NEWBURY Beautiful and impressive wore the service1? in the Congregational church . . 1. .1 ' T. 1 I.- 1... J mst .-aunam morning nanus u ; w.,,,lh:K,iU and in White I with flowers and .(..5 i,T.i Wi decorated the chance about the rail and choir seat were potted geraniums whh brilliant blooms; The pulpit was adorned with yellow acacia blossom1 and palms. In the Kuster mei;e Dr. Ivrg referred to the words of Jens whi.'-h are recorded in John. 11-47: 48, "All men will believe on him." The choir of 12 voices gave an elaborate program of Kaster hymns, carol arid selections from the orato-1 rios, tinder the direction of the or'an- i-t Mr. HarnM H. Kale. At the clde I House and Two Barns of Henry B. Du tnojit Burned Small Insurance. The dwelling house and two barns on the farm on 4 lie east hill owned and occupied by Henry B. Dumont, known as the Dexter L. Larkin farm, were destroyed by fire last Saturday after noon. All the members of the family were a.t work in the sugar place except one daughter, who was 'left at he house to "sugar off" a quantity of syrup, and whilp thus engaged she heard an unusual crackling sound up stairs and on investigation found the chamber in flames. She gave the alarm immediately, but before help could ar rive the flames had burst (through the roof and the buildinj was doomed and the flumes then beyond control. The strong wind which prevailed that aft ernoon was from a direction which car ried , tho flames and burning cinders direetlv toward the barn, and in a very few minute after the lire broke through the roof of the house the barns were on fire, and what help ar. rived hastened to save the livestock and what other personal property they could instead of trying o combat the flames as it .was evident Qjat it was impossible to' check the flames with help theire was there an they being without fire fighting apparatus. The livestock was all moved to places of safety save one hog, which was so se verely burned that it was killed to put it out of its misery. The hay and practically all the farming tools were burned and only the piano, victrola, cream separator and cook stove were saved from the house. Mr. Pumont'a family are a worthy and hard working family and thi severe loss is a great shock and set back to them. Much sym pathy has already been shown to them and should be continued, and anything in the hape of 'clothing, bedding, household goods, furniture and food stuffs would be welcome and much ap preciated by them. They are tempo rarily stopping at the home of Charles A. Luce, but as soon as they can get together the wherewith necessary for housekeeping they will move to a small house owned by them on the William H. II. Slack farm, about one mile from their former home. While they are and have reason to be somewhat discour aged, yet they hope to be able to re build some day. The insurance carried by them was Vmall and will not reim burse them for even 'the household goods and wearing apparel which they lost. After a, two weeks' vacation the schools in town commenced again on Monday, the 5th. Joseph Kv Darling returned Monday to his studies at Goddnrd, seminary, after spending a ten days' vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. fHale K. Darling. i Attorney Hale K. Darling wa in River nes. William V. Underbill was in Wood stock la4 week Thursday evening in I the interests of the Pastime Amuse- juetit Co. . RANDOLPH Clifford Dunham, 18, Died After Three Days' Illness of Scarlet Fever. Clifford Dunham, aged 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dunham, proprietors of The Maples, died Monday night about 10 o'clock, having been ill only since Saturday. Thursday, Mr. ; Dunham went to Bethel to have teeth extracted, taking gas, but came home that night and was around the street Friday. On Saturday, he was taken ill and from that time grew worse rapidly, and it was decided that he had malignant scarlet fever. His death occurred soon after, he'naving been delirious much of the time. It is not known where he came in contact with this disease, nor when. The funeral was strictly pri vate and was held on Tuesday after noon, with burial. A quarantine has been placed on the rooms occupied by the family, in which he was ill, but otherwise the house is open to the pub Miss Florence Neill of Springfield has recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'l E, Xeill, and went from here to South Koyalton to visit her sister, Mrs. Jonlyn. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Jones went to Korthfield on Tuesday for a visit with friends, having formerly resided there. Miss Anna Coughlin arrived here on Monday from Barnard for a two weeks' stay. Miss Eona Totman has returned from a several days' stay at her home in Tunbridge and has resumed her work in the II. A. Leonard drug store. Mrs. Cora Wells Litchfield, who has been several days in town with Mrs, J. C. Wells, has "returned to the Center, where she has employment in the dor mitory. Her daughter, Miss Prudence Wells, also" here, has returned to re sume her studies in Baypath institute at Springfield, Mass. - BROOKFIELD See The Poisons In Your Blood Mighty Poisons Accumulated Through the Winter Months Mean Disaster and Disease. Says Rid the System With Sul pherb Tablets Easily. How to Gain Flesh of the address, ehht of Xe wburv's ! ularly for several months, one o . . . ' maln hvnA.nntilnni tab eta aft young peopieame turwara ana were ; These little tablets b. welcomed and admitted into uie enure u A simple but sure way to increase the weight. It is asserted by several well known physician. Is to take reg- orte or mo a er each have the Increasing- th distinguished merit of on confession of faith. A special com- ! rM nrt white' blood corpuacioa. aiding muirfon wa, held at .he close of the 'on and service. food which o to make Wood and solid The town central school opened on tissues. They are obtainable In sealed Tuesday morninc. with iU Usual com- packages from well stocked apothecary plemcnt of scholars and teachers. j ,not' Wanted for Big Positions Men of Blood and Iron Men of Force Stamina, Power and Success The Kind of Men Huxated Iron Kelps to Make Physician tells How Many Men Fall Just Short of Win- ning the $10,000 to $100,000 Positions because they Don't Back up Their Brains with the Physical Strength and Energy that Come from .Plenty of Jron in the Blood ' w bhbf iai aa -sw -au , , i i,kirn,'.i' "iii i a t-s TT VrVJ til f We Atlas!-, i of Old fi1 J I ! VP the successful bnsu iV QsZ (tC 1 , iC-Niffi ? HI ness man ot today s I W7 h A fe'WW J man of blood wd IV LT fJi-C- Wi' 9 sr . I iron, easily abla to V, J .HBuS k V 9tJ ' i I - Wan n w aa l tl f aaav yviv ' Hmw TCaaated Iran crrataes tb Bd Blol and Fndor&nr of aa. Wk and , Dti Moai In I Weeks TImi. I It is the mm of Mood nd Iron wko maer tke rrve - rackini ioba. Tier b the trengtb, power and endurance -to orer come obataclea and withstand the strain of lor.ghours and bard work. They are the on who are choatn ' lor the big posi tions that pay frorn $10,000 to $100,000 year an J thir red- blooded, tireleas en ergy are what enaKe them to bold theae f!t tioni and often bee: leading rigares el induitry ar.d eotsmercial lilt. la bis advice to men on bow t? lioiH mp thei1 keil'hand atrenra od attain grratrtt S JcceM, Dr. Jaima Francia SulliTan, foranerly at Ii-i!ea Hospital (i'door IVrurv wntr.i). New Yctk, and WeeliM-er County Hrpi'aU sya: "The big. rjcccaaful mea I hT met are al ttft a!ya rrocg !ih red Mood.-rvh in ir-m. tnn rf per ', ori'rl acKav. ae that this particular avjnality, of the Tinle rower which intant?y name f Nuxatf-d Irnt aprears ea the pach rcvnoiands rripect. . Mny aa arcbiticva and are. If yv hare taken ctber iron producti b!e wan who wm'.i tirmi'.W rie 1o the r.d failed to get rult rerneif.Srr that t g: all h;a th-otat ti h't and anch prerwraiinna are nothirg like Noiated rnee to t:a ko!. He fa!' iut ahr-i ef Irrn, whick la S'rongly reennnnended by winning the f 10.W9 tj 100.f"9 pni-is irany p?iTir:an and au'h notaVe irrn at fe-eaate he d--r"t back on k tneota!iy farmer I n ted Statro S'-ia'or. WillUr. t. ik the phxal at-ertt-rh and merry Mivo and Irnace Jan PaderewtVi. tnaiter wh!ch rM from ptenry ef ir-n in th p n-.t and Fi. rrem:r rf Pe'a-d. and t;eed. Lack ot iron in tise bwM int -rr.'y wiHeV lmoww wowen I.Ve M: MaVe He arakes a man a jr:cal w''ret Tee- K:nler. niece of U'e Pre lent M-K:nley and ma. eaii!r fa-iiroea. but it BtteTiy ";S k Mr. Tire Loegatreet. widow of the Ciril f that wi't pnwrr, that rm t and that War General . rtrrrftk wh'ck ane o recesa-r t a-cee Can y" anl as mwr as ya mf eeutd ad power in erwy wr r-f 1 . To he)p er 4m extra wnrk er lae of aieep one day au're aoen arrnng and rei blVJ there is wear y t the fet A-e yr-a ber nn;ng eerh-rg in rr epeieace whrh I eie . tfcir h rf Tt-ar'. a gnnirig W In yr w lired fa';uVe aa wrnnic irrwi N aa- live off-dars wea cw cannot thnk clearly. ed Irew. la raw a'n-r cm 1 hae K-n envt rrafrrr t-e pt irm and whm yen This Gets $100,000 A Year because he backs up his brains with the physical strength and energy that come from plenty of iron in his blood. If yoa are not as successful as you'd like to be if yea lack force and stamina ry Nnxated Iron and watch its strength-giving effect '.This: 4T-t prrrf iption for or panic Iron Nut ted Iron or if yoa do nt want tt to th t trouble thru rtirrb-A onlf iNuxi'ra iron in Do You Wish You Had a Car LikeThis? The men with the red blood and strength to get and hold the big positions of life, also get the luxuries of life. To help make men strong and red-blooded there is nothing so effective as Novated Iron, physicians say. r a'c4 irm twn to g-e a w-. prrw- ir?i rf iwowirt oa ewnramf ana wrix.mw t4 . 4- i m km M-ir: a4 4-. wrw.. f ItavM tforl ikerv m l?m vca e nm pnt ta r!r two wrV' eire. -e-hiee the tm-'rT witk yoa aa4 row J" Tkr?f-Te- I a-rfwr a-hrie towe t d nni know wat . . . . r'rn talTeti tre t'wiea a iy after me:e for two weeka and are kew yow are retr ng lack yonr !d energy and atiV-icn. bow track atronger r-a feel and bow wm a ancn-e can do. Nnxated Irea it awd hy weer Hii.4 perSe annaaily to ku-id ap red kieod. rTeng-h and caJorance. wi'Mtow auto: Karate Tna wMrw la anawtM to wt a ii few v an en -t.r ! wv.l arwa arunuta nmu t c owe lawrcaaic area teMww rt 9mm t L. W. Morse was a business visitor ia Lebanon, X. II., the last of the wek. Mrs. P. C. Kejes ia siok with the mumps. Mrs. C. P. Fullam, who has been in poor health all through the winter, is now slowly convalescing. , Mrs. Isabel McMinn recently spent several days with relatives in Barre. Mrs. Frank Harford is sick and con fined to her bed, threatened with pneu monia. Mrs. Margaret Waddington is her nurse. Tp regular meeting of the Woman's Relief corps Saturday afternoon. It is desired all members b present. Miss Adah Witfht is in South Royal ton, assisting Mrs. Kverett Kdson for a while. ' There have been 08 dogs registered in town to April 2, as follows, seven $10 dogs, three $6 one and two $3 ones and 88 $2 ones. Miss lsabelle Blakebrough arrived home Thursday night, after spending several days with her uncle, Justin Batchelder," and wife and sister, Miss Frances Blakebrough, in Woodsville, X II. F. Lf Fullam. who is very sick with pneumonia, is very low at this writ ing. Mrs. Fullam," who has been very sick, is now better, so she is able to sit up some of the time. Mrs. Florence Spragiie, with their daughter, Mrs. Jen nie liaggett, is taking care of them. Fred Harford of Medford, Mass., who is in very poor health, came last week to stay a while with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harford, to recuperate. Ira Carpenter has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. L. W. Webster, and family in Randolph several days. Oerald lullam, who went to the Randolph sanatorium for treatment, arrived home last Thursday much im proved. Charles Jones of Xorwich university, Northliiild. who has been spending his vacation with hi father. H. M. Jones, returned to Xorthflold Wednesday. P. B. Daniels, who bought the Isaiah Verge place of Ivah Clark, baated on the Bear hill road, has sold the same to Kdward A. Cable of New York City. James McDerment. who has been a great sufferer several months with a soft "Mini on one of his toes, went to the Bandolph sanatorium two weeks ago for the amputation of the tte. After two days in the sanatorium, he went to the homo of bis sun. Clarence M. McDerment, to vi-sit nevrral days before returning home. The many friends in town of V. I.. Holt were "wirry to hear of his death. hich oeurred'at the Waterbury ! pit at I Thursday afternoon. He was a kind neighbor 'and a good citizen. Springtime always brings with It Joy and distress. The distress Is in the form ot catarrh, neuralgia, rheu matic pains, constipation, inactive kidneys and usually a feverish, slug gish lethargy that Is hard to throw off. ' Do you remember how grand mother fed you sulphur and molasses every spring to purify the, blood T It was a good, old-fashioned, but naus eous remedy. Now you can take sul phur, cream of tartar and herbs tn tablet form. A better remedy, easy and pleasant to take In Sulpherb Tablets, Sold by all druggists. A lax ative, blood purifier of unequalled merit for those who are constipated and suffering In any way from such pent-up poisons. Each package is guaranteed to give wonderfully satis factory results. Be sure you get Sul pherb Tablets (not sulphur tablets). BETHEL Otis Vesper and. Miss May E. Savage, Eoyalton, Married Saturday. Otis B. Vesper and Miss May E. Sav age, both of Royal ton, were married last Saturday evening. The bride groom is employed at the dairy farm of II. II. Iiutease. He is the only child of William T. and Gertrude (Dewey) Vesper. The bride is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Savage. Mrs. Bertha nartwell is helping her sister, Mrs. Hugh C. Wilson, with her housework for a week or two. ' Mr. and' Mrs. Antti Miettinen learn that their daughter, Miss Aino Miet tinen, a patient at the Pembroke sana torium, Concord, X. H., Iihs improved stiftieiently to be transferred to an out door sleeping room. Mrs. Alice Bartletl entertained the Woman's club Monday sfternoon. The club appropriated $10 for magazine for the public library. ' W. W. Perkins recently sold the Brewer farm in Montpelier to Leon Thomas, who ha taken possession. Rollin Paine is employed by Arthur R. Newell during the sugaring season. The village schools reopened Mon day, . " Almon D. Rindge is at the sanato rium for treatment. Miss May Savage returns home to-day, after recovering from pneumonia. Judge Z. S. Stanton of Roxburv, M. M. Wilson of Randolph and H. O. Leaveus of Ludlow were here yester day. Mrs. Arthur Robinson of Springfield eame Sundsr to visit her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Howard. Rev. R.. F. Baver.'who will graduate from Bangor Theological seminary in June and wl enter Dartmouth college as a junior next fall, will preach at the Congregational church next Sunday. He is a possible future pastor of the church. E. MONTPELIER CENTER j ' There was a jolly .company at Al-1 fred Bailey's home laslt Saturday even-: ing to eat new sugar and play curds. Everybody had a good time, ; Fred Strong is now able to get about with the aid of a cane and crutch. He can get to his barns and walk to the nearest neighbor's by taking itime and enjoys it, after being shut in so long. An Easter service was held Sunday afternoon by the Sunday school and Mr. Kinney of Montpelier, a Sunday school .worker, wag present to assUt. ' Xearly 50 were present to enjoy the , service and music. j Truman Martin, infant son of Mr. j and Mrs. X ah iron Kelton, who died of , hemorrhage of the stomach early Fri- j day morning, was buried in the family ; lot Saturday afternoon, with a eerv- j k-e at the grave, on account of serious . illnesn ii the family. The baby was ,' ill only a very nhort time and its death was so sudden and unexpected it was a terrible blow to the parents ; and grandparents, who have the sym-1 pathy of all in their bereavement. j Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mack went to South Ryegato Saturday with the body of Mrs. Apploton Perry, who died at j their home and was buried beside her husband in South Ryegate. Mr. and ' Mrs. Mack returned home ' Saturday evening. Mrs. Clarence Robbins pent Wednes day with relatives in Bvrre City. Miss Doris Wylie and little nephew, James Robbins, walked from Barre 4o the Robbins farm in East Montpelier Wednesday, and James is spending a few da,ys with his grandparents, taking in sugaring. , i . Edwin ''and Howard Kent of Mont pelier are trending their vacation at the home of their uncle, George Mc- Knicht. Mrs. Albert McKnight has recovered from a hard cold or grip, which had a long run. Charles Ilamblirt lias not fully re covered from his injury received the day of the Townsend auction, when a cow ran wild and knocked him down, but he is able to be about as usual. "Mrs. Fred Townsend went to South Ryegate Thursday to visit relatives, re turning Friday. -to look and feel RIGHT keep well nourished HAVE well nourished tissues by "feed ing" your blood . The elements taken from beef that are in BOVININE are the reason so many Physicians recommend and prescribe it for impoverished blood; . ivi i The Food Tonic Give it as directed in milk. In three to six days im proved appearance will be noticeable. BOVININE since 1877 has been prescribed by physicians and sold by, drug stores every where. , Try Bovintne, it is NOT a medicine but a food tonic, blood and body builder. 6 ox. bottle, 70c 12 oz. bottle, $1.1S THE BOVININE CO., 75 W. Houston St., Nets; York I ME TOPSHAM E. E. Brookfiold Church Notes. On Sunday. April 11, a morning sen -ice will be "held ill the Second church edifii-e at 11 o'clock, followed by Sun day school. At 1:30 . m., a service will be held in the First church. Fol lowing the service, a business meeting will be called to complete the trans ference of niemlers' names from the Second to the First church. It there be a large attendance at both these servii-es. If you missed the Easter service last Sunday, you failed to enjoy an inspir ing He' vice of music and address. The Kinging of the choir and the solo of Mr. BigeloW were especially tine. It did not seem as though the traveling should have prevented anyone from at tending the Eater scr v i-e on of the great days for the Christian soul. Ix't us not be as tho that are asleep. Watch for further announcement of the national Congregational drive, April 23 to May 2. Be happy and prosperous. Join the Circle of Stewards. Rev. James S. Clark last Saturday offered prayer at the grave f F. L. Holt. The "interment was in the East Brookfleld cemetery, the funeral being held at the home in Barre. We are glad to report Mrs, Mcl.am more comfortable. Miss LVrnthy Miller is on the sick list and nimble to attend school. Mis Hate! Mcl-am is assisting Mr. J. A. White through the sugar season. E. K. Powers is chopping for J. A. White. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sumner of l"n derhill are working for f. E. Sumner for a few weeks. Will Fox returned from Manchester last Friday, where he left bis mother in the hospital, quite ill. It is with deep regret that we chron icle the death of Mrs. Abner Whitcher at her late home on Sunday morning. The cause of her death hardening of the arteries, complicated with other troubles. The many friends of Ir. G. W. Dar ling of South Ryegate are very glad to know he licttpr and hopes are enter tained for his re-nvery. The friendi" and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Herring, to the number of about 4.", assembled at their hospitable home !at Wednesday evening. Re freshment were served, and a pleasant time was enjoyed by all present. Our JCaster' Sunday service was a success in every way, a fine sermon, good music, with a goodly number in attendance. One lady walked three miles, raking two young children with her. Trv to attend Qvrry servii-e pos sible and get help to lead you to a bet ter life, for time is short and eternity ia so long. Will it not pay! WAITSFIELD Mrs. Arthur Barnard of Orwell, who underwent a surgical operation at Mary Fletcher ho-pital Wednesday, is doing well. " Mrs. John Buzzoll and Lena May have been visiting the former's par ent in Warren. Mis Catherine Jones went to her home in Xewton Center, Mass., to-day. - Miss Lydia Bisbee eame Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan BUbee. Clarence Bisbee of Barre spent Sun day with his parents. C. J. Greeue has returned from Cali fornia, where he went to spend the whiter. Rev. W. A. Remele delivered a fine Easter sermon in the Congregational church Sunday, with special music by the choir. An" Faster program was giv en in place of th usual Sunday school. Miss Ruth Joslyn sang a solo and Miss Marion Jones t'okl a story abont lean er for the children, after which a , lily was given eath child. John Connor's sugar hoiwe was burned Friday morning, with a barrel of syrup. His new evaporator was de stroyed. ORANGE Dance and box supper Friday even ing, April 9, in town hall. Ladies please bring boxes. adv. Ill Health Often Due to Neglect of Kidneys and Liver Many organs take part in assimila tion of fowl, and a number are active in eliminating those portions of the food which are not taken into the blood for the upbuilding of the body. Of the eliminative organs, the liver and the kidneys are of major importance, and are most likely to be overworked and become diseased. When such is the case, various troubles of a digestive and eliminative character occur, and such troubles are so frequent and so common that it is absolutely neecnary to find some relief. Warners Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy was com pounded over 40 years ago to help equalize the work of both kidneys and liver. How successful it has been is evidenced by its wide-spread sale and its value is attested by an immense number of appreciative users who through these many years have put it to the severest tests with the most satisfactory results. i The experience of multitudes is some-1 times worth more than the wisdom even of the brightest physicians. Hence, if you have liver or kidney troubles, you cannot do better than call upon your druggist for Warner's Safe Kid ney, and Liver Remedy. "About 7 years ago I was so weak and worn out that I could hardly work. (After trying other things without re lief, tried Warner s hate luuney ana Liver Remedy. In a short time the pain letf me, my urine cleared up and the rheumatism and dyspepsia van ished. We have used Warners Safe Remedies ever since with great suc cess in our family." O. F. Rose, liur tonville, Kentucky, V. S. A, Warner's . Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy contains no harmful ingredi ents and should be used when the kid neys need attention. Sold by Barre Drug Co. and all lead ing druggists.' Sample sent on receipt of ten cents. Warner's Safe Remedies Co., Dept. 623, Rochester, X. Y. Adv. IV1USTER0LE QUICK Sure Relief It Soothes and Relieves Like a Mustard Plaster Without the Burn cr Sting Musterole is a clean, white oint ment, made with the oil of rnustard. It does all the work of the o!d-f ishioncd mustard plaster does it better and does not Wi3ter. You do not cava to bother with a doth. You simply rub it on end usually the pain is gone 1 Many doct ors and nurses use Muster cle and recommend it to their patients. They will gladly tell you what re lief it gives com sore throat. bron chltis, croup, etiS neck, asthma, neu ralgia, congestion pleurisy, rhcurra tism, IutnV.-eo, pa"118 aai aches cf the back or jo;r.:s, sprains, sore musc!e3. bruises, chilblains, frosted ieet, colds cf the chest (it often prevents pneumonia 20c and 60C jars; hospital size $2.50. Barre Opera House 2 One Night -Oily. Monday, April Prices: 50c. 75c, $1.00 and $1.50, plus war tax fiafiniTk cramous T)oubte XXuarteftej Cfturcft w J a uTMyUULrSU4PJ owanzew oancL maim mlvah 10W rm 6 BCLL-ANS Hot wafer Sure Relief BE LL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION New Goods Just in A lot of Gingham Dresse?, Rompers, Middy Blouses and Smocks. Come in and look them over. We give S.&H. Green Stamps. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marshfieli), Vermont east s fcl flcxacci ta msa aa4 k4 Taa trv aauc 7saatrd Xroa, ta ft- anacMa. E. A- DROWN. tRlCGIST. BARRE. VT. IT ATE R BURY The roiinff daughter of Attorney and Mrs. 6. B. Adams has been named Catherine Kflie. Mrs. C. I. Hatch of Rurlington and daughter. Mrs. Bertel Perry of Sche nectady, N. Y, are visiting relatives in town. Mrs. Jeorre W. Randall remains somewhat improved. Miss Iena Wallace, instructor of mum in the public schools, is still con fined to her room. r.d news i heard from Mrs. Fred Mead, who has been in Wash njrton. D. C. f-r the winter. She is murh im proved in health and it is epectcd that he and her daughter, Dwi, w ill mk return home. xm, (aeT and friend were home from St. Michael's oKejre over the c-k end. t . C. tiraves and C. B. .Mim were in I'.url rtff c-n l'M-ine- Mday. The H.hisra can;pfire rr! and the t'T mot in th bicl f the ("..nirn -catial rrrh Friday vemrg. They will ! .itr"l hr A fl. Smith, who i 1 eak to lV on te"nea vre asd Prcht ia Euda." DON'T DO THIS Leonard Ear Oil RsIitTtt Deafness, Steps Head Noises It is not put in the ears, but is "Rubbed in Back of Lars" and "Inserted in the Nos trils." Has had a Successful Sale since 190". liil firti'J $1000 If til foIScflss testimonial is sot tmht aid i:so!;ci:el : 2v r j Event of the Season Boxing Exhibition MONTPELIER ARMORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 8 AT S:1S P. M. New England's Best Heavyweights FEATURE, 12 ROUNDS Carlo Armstrong;, Champion Italian Heavyweight of the World, of Boston, vs. Jack . Savage, the Fighting Policeman, of Brockton, Mass. SEMI-FINAL, 8 ROUNDS Young Collins the Fighting Italian, Cambridge, Mas&, vs. Harry Loring, Charlestown FOUR ROUNDS "Babe' Sawyer of Barre vs. "Cyclone" Glennie of 3Iontpelier Also TWO Y. D. BOYS ADMISSION: $1.00 pins war tax; reserved seats, $1.50 plus war tax; ringside tst row, 1 1.00 plus war Ux; seats on sale Tuesday at Marrion's Cigai Store. Promoters, Daly fc Mei, Montpelier. Referee, John Pen dergast, Boston. Matchmaker, Chaa. Roncoe, Boston. SPECIAL ELECTRICS leave Barre at 7:30 p. m. and after bcuts. Nov. 1913. After nsinf two bottles of Leonard Kr Oil, my hearing has improved to almost normal condition. As I am Tj year old. all said 1 mu-t expect to be deaf, but thanka tn Leonard Far Oil I don"t have to be deaf. MRS. JOHN" fklTCHIX. ff5 5?th street, Oakland, Cal.L rtr T h, fLarra, Vt k, Rarra Pnt C, I IT V. Mam St, RJ Crmt Pkaramry, 1 Um M. rcf aarea wUI mm ginm Tmm my th tfrartwta. This Signature on Yellow Box and on Bottle Muafarta'cr ? riflk A '. N- Tm CUT 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 E sT ARRE ri VERAL PIKECTOR Ar tMB!Mr TEL :- M'lTOR AMBl LAXI fR H I AT AIX BOVRS