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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE. VT.. TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1020.
(5 Women Made "doling Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body full of youth and health may b yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL Tha world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troublee, the enemies of life and looks. In use since 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Leek for Ike Bene Gold Medal en ee.ry ba aad accept DO imiUtiea WEST BERLIN ' Miss Louise Moifrill from Xorthfteld visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Davis, lust .Saturday. ' f o.i IV. Suhin Pike from Berlin I Corners visited her parents, Mr. and 1 Airs. E. A. Glines, Sunday afternoon. t ' . ... . . .. j. -III.. II. A. HtocKwcll irom ruinsmsnjie was in all is place last week. .Mrs.. Edith Allard from Northfield j pent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ed. I Provost, and family. It is expected that Mrs. L. L. Coop . er, who liad been spending the winter i with her son, Prof. K. A. Cooper, in . East Haven. Conn., returned to Mont. : pelier last Saturday: Tommv Magowan is now getting better. He has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Patterson were in Montpelier Thursday. 0 ore Corn Suffering "Gets-It" Never Leaves a Corn on Any Foot for Very Long. The hurting "pep"' goes right out of thai corn the moment a few drops of "(ietJi-lt lands thereon. It U through, and "for keep." Corns an "Gete-it" Cat Uii Together You'll have no more pain hut will notica the corn Retting looee and wobbly, in a day or ao. you lift it rnrht olT without any feeling. That'a the end of the enrri and of your trouble. Millions have proved "tiet It" to be the one and only unfailinr. com mon acnae corn rtmover. Why not you T "Get-It" fronta but a trifle at any drug .tone and carries a money-bark guarantee. MTd by E. Lawrence ft Co., Chicago. Adv. Hew Ladies Improve Looks! "Mnny ladies, old end young, suffer a round of torture with their nerves, and many are o frail, thin and bloodless that their splendid features ere lost eight of. while a vain attempt to con real tbe angularity of the figure de ceives no ene but themselves and really eacttes the pity or ridicule of tli world." aeJd a well known largely em ployed practicing physician, in a recent lecture t a young ladles' college. "I do not mind exposing a little secret of mine to all such, ae it can do no harm and may result in much happiness and health. It la simply this: Any thin, bloodless, nenre-torttired man or woman can heconie aa fit as the fittest by taking regularlv for several months an easi'v obtained pharmaceutical product known by the profeion and pharmacists as - three-grain hypo nuclane tablets, put up in sealed pack ages with directions (or home use." Beauty is a to every woman, but good health is vitally important Attention to liver, kidneys and bowels will improve beauty and health. ffiSl are a boon to women, be cause theyregulatethe func tions of all these organs without any irritation or dis agreeable effect. SeU U W-. 10c, 7"'"' KEW B.U2 af!cr E4LBSESS ir a tanre It er-f ee aw , Va4. M e an.' at aTte. eer I gin ii m M a n aswi ni-;i- j m mm ."fw. iaiS re au'V ww a! ' t. -4. t- ' ' SB .-or . ., i-fi s a K- m ti . m awe taasa tar iiwt e i awa ( aTat.a a X L ErlCak, lac, Ststie T, Srn Vark. VT. Blessing rt RfltC US Largwat f.Vk aa tie V". ' 1 ami J P . IL1 Vl' .ytT WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Mrs. Robert Smith, Miss Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Asa B. Hebard, Mr. Maud I Watson and Msa Cora Rice left white River Junction to-day bv automobile for Old Orchard, Me. George Smith of Smith & Son. Inc., loft Sunday nijrht on a business trip to Majone, N. Y. Miss Ruby Marsh wa in St. Johns bury Friday evening to attend the baill gtiven by the telephone operators of thai place. Rev. (ieorfe F.'Fortier was in White River Junction -Friday and Saturday. Rev. Stanley Manning, the director of the National Young People's union of Boston, was in White River Jun lion Friday evening and spoke to the! vniinff ripordn of the clmrch. There were I n I 1 other members of the church in attend ance besides the young people. Mr. Manning is an entertaining speaker and made a good impression upon those who were there. Earl Knight, who Is employed by Swift. & Co. of Montpelier, spent the week end at the home of his mo.her, Jim. Knight of Cascadnac avenue. Mrs. Eddy and son, Karl, of Clare mont spent Sunday with Mrs. F. H. Perkins of Union street. Miss Francis Ross spent the week end in Boston. Miss Rosg was accom panied by her mother, who is to make her home in Boston this summer. Garfield II. Miller of the Miller Au tomobile company, C. L. Gibb. Rodney Burke, Robert Walker, James Donahue, Mr. Duncan and Guy fcrouilette, who left early in the week for Detroit, Mich., all returned with Dodge ears Saturday. TfTey made the trip from Detroit to White River Junction in four day. The 'Loyal club clean-up day has been set for Saturday, May 15. Ar rangements have been made for teams to collect and dispose of all rubbish, which the people of White River Junc tion are requested to place in barrels or boxes in front of their places. This arrangement has been made by the Loyal cluib with the selectmen and the people of the village ought to co-operate with the club in this matter of clean-up week, William Miller, who has been quite seriously ill with pneumonia, i now en the road to recovery and will be able to be out in a few days. , Secretary Fred L. Davis of the Ver mont, State Fair association has prac tically completed the prize lists for the coming fair, which will be held in White River Junction Sept. , 29, 30 and Oct. 1. On Saturday, May I, Crfrroll Allen assumed his duties as traffic ofVn-er at the comer of Main and Bridge st reet s. The many friends of Mr. Richard Raymond will be pleaded to know that she' is on the gain and that her condi tion is much improved. Harold Wliile, who is emph yed by the Cuttingsville Electric company, has gone to his new employment. At an enthusiastic meeting Wednes day evening, at the court room, thej 1ebanon Baseball association was formed, with Arthur II.'Hougli, presi dent: Fred A. Jones, vice-president: Ralph" Young, secretary, and J. C. Smith, treasurer. The board of direc tors was apiMiinted as follows: Roie Richardson, Xelson Riel, Fred Lovely, Fred .Southwick, H. M. Tucker, Frank Fifield and Thomas F. Dwyer. The sum of $.",0K1 is to be raised' by various means to carry on the sport and the organization has an option on several excellent players. The townspeople may look for a fat semi-professional team this summer. The baseball grounds at Rogers and Whitney park are being put in Hue condition and an extension are to be built onto the grand stand. Mr. Ellis, who recently sold his liou-.f. on Maple street, known as the William Fellows house, to Floyd la-arnartl. moved to his new quarters Saturday, and Mrs. Lcanard moved into his new home. Mrs. Anna Clark, the -"other of By ron Clark of Burlington, died at Leba non last Wednesday n'gitl of double pneumonia. F.duard Bourdon, who is in the plumbing bu-ino in White River Junction, has recently bought of the Romano brothers their houo on Main street in West Lebanon. He will soon occupy his new home. Charles Walker, a former principal of the West Lebanon school, with his wife and children, was a recent guet of Mr. and Mr Henry Lurk. Mr. Walker now holds the position of su pervisor of school at AshfiVd. Mass. The logs that are lteinfr driven down the White river have come down as far as Hartford and many have gmie on down the White river to the tonnecti rut. There is a gang of seven men, who are ramping in Hartford, and they informed the reporter ff The Time that they would have all the logs out of the White River by Tuesday anil that they would be landed at the In ternational Taper company plant in Bellows Falls in 10 days. "From Greeland's icy mountains end India's coral strand," were the words of a once, familiar gospel hymn. This wnk there came to Windsor a man from N'ippin, connected with the Japanese embassy at Washington. To Wind sor came he for the purpose of seeing our wonderful Morgan horses, which A. Fullerton Phillip? is rearing in the most orthodox fashion that he is able. It eeema probable that an outsider like the Japanese envoy can see the ad van' age of having extra good hore flesh as a part of the Oriental king dom. So perhsps Justin Morgan's progeny may one day sail across the foam and take a permanent p'ace in the land irf the over-population. The name of the ambassador as Mr. Tani- FAIRLEE Frank Kronenbtirg. owner of the Leke Morey creamery, was n town kst w eek. " There is new nf-.t uir -rr tfiue instal'ed. making it one of the most up-to-date creameries in this sec tion. John Munn and Charles Thurber we.-; in Boston last week. Miss Mildred Thurhfr " and MUs Ciadv Smith are viitm2 Mr. and Mr. Wende',1 Thurlier at I-iand Pond. Storey MeUin of Lyme. X II, is the new clerk at Andrews Bros. i. Cheney. The masquerade dance a s'lcr.-"- in every wa. Many of the r.irtuiru were Iwatit if !. The Fairlee trnet band furn-be-1 mtiic. aited by Mr. Frown of O.-fo-J. v i..;n. arn' Mr. ''inii lull, pjan.i. f '-r the contra dance, lie t in and rake were r e-1 "rw-e,i f.: the Iteneht of the firemea of Fair- i I,.-. "'L.t-er' day fi c4erved at . Il fj-rate.! i -i.r. h Sunday b aopr t ;c mo w tt'l d"-ration. lr:in ..,;',) n-d in piac f the et- p. nne car-.ii n. 1 boe w! came wi:Vit tbem were ni-piid at 'St dwr It the jiinn Sar lty j-x1 is. SICK HEADACHES FOR TEARS Nothing Gave Relief Until Ha Tristf "Fruit-as" IOOCakouse Avb.,Oodes6eobo,N.Y. "I suffered for four years with Nervous Sick Headache and Dyspepsia. Tried 'doctors ato bran gems tools c!l kinds of remedies but nothing did IJ3 any good until I used Truit-a-livcs' or Fruit Liver Tablets. They made me well and leep me well ; and I am always glad to tell people of the great -tbing3 "Fruit-a-tives Lave done for me. I have many friends in Ogdensburg now using 'Fruit-a-tivcs' on my recommendation". C.E.BESWICK. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 23o. At dealers or from FltUIT-A-TIVES T.d.OGDEXSBURG.N. Y. OUCH! CORNS! LIFT CORNS OFF Doesn't hurt a bit to lift any corn right off with fingers Droii a little Freeone on an aching, corn, instantly that corn stops hurting. then vol! litt it right out. If doesn't Jt aotsnt pain one bit. ' Yes, magic! Why wait T tour ilruggist aells at1 uggisi neiis tinv bottle of Freezone for a few cents, j sufficient to rid vour feet of every hard ! corn, soft com. or corn between the , ,, , , . toes, and calluses, without soreness or i irritation. Freezone is the much talked I of ether discoery of a Cincinnati genius. Adv. WAITSFIELD For several days, beginning May 12, Miss Leila Marshall of Montpelier will be at W. K, Jones' store with a tine line of trimmed and tint rimmed hats for ladies ami children. adv. Card of Thanks. I wish to expres my appreciation and hearty thanks to the many d'-ar friends who sent flowers, powtcurds, letters and fruit to britfhten and dicer my birthday. Mrs. bin Kelsey. EAST CALAIS Moving pictures at Xortti Montpelier Thursday evening, May 13. Mu-ie, piano, traps and drums, etc., for danc ing after the picture. adv. K. J. Ruttcr, optometrist will be at A. A. (Jove's store, Saturday, the 15th. Call and have your eyes examined. adv. POSLAf.l LIKES BAD CASES OF FIERY ECZEMA ft I was 17 tears old and the son of Amos When FVxIam Ukee hold of virulent end ! Boardman and grandson of Mrs llan atubhorn erM-tna. it antHhes and coola at one-, j na!i Knight of Stowe. Death was puttjna a stop to the terrific itching. On raw ! . cofl"estion of the lungs and r-rt. of thesim it f.t "nnrim.rawy fZZtJHrSXZ: ZZZZS , Contrast, the ae of heelinir with the j eeveriljf of th troubji and Ptwlam'e work ed. One oune of . I'oiam i wwih a pound of oiutment low ' aflirirnu I te K.meracncT Lab-wwlriea, 243 Weet 4th sma everywncre. ror iiw Hininr w me atrwet. Now York City. Urge your skin to become freeher. tlerrer. better by the daily uae of I'oalam Soap, medicated with Poalara. Adv. . S ENE FROM -OH. PAPn oi ERA .ill ! imisn i.i,,ii ia H !''.. ' . 1 JtH'JUHW UIIIIM I , 1 . '.J . i'f ' ll'S rk , S , , le i J,-jXzK t -4,i'-' --vs W.Vv -r ..." 5--v- vvVr7' ..-v, a xxi -At ii f : C5 f . V- V? - - - . ,f,.'.-t '.'--wc.tf J.' . - i-i' -.. .'-, f -'-... t r . ' T- V - . - - - - ' '-' - ii mm naaaiaai i ai kwaaa-aaaaaaaaai a aa r 1 " - - --- ii i laaataaaww-ama STOWE ' At ' the Community church service Sunday, morning the subject of the pastor's sermon, one of a series, was "The Challenge of Jesus." The choir was assisted by an orchestra of four pieces. The solo work in a beautiful anthem was rendered by Mrs. II. W. Barrows. There were 143 at Sunday school. At the regular meeting of Mansfield Mountain grange Saturday evening the first and second degrees were worked by the ladies' degree team, upon a class of four candidates. Jt was voted to work the aame degrees at the next regular meeting and to invite the de gree team of the Lumoille grange of Morriaville to work the third and fourth degrees at a special meet wig early in June. A family dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dow R, Smith Sunday was in honor of air. hnuth s 4tth birth day, and was arranged as a surprise for him. There were 18 present, in cluding Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. H. E. Jenney, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Maetitehan and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Burn ham, Mr. "and Mrs. M. C. Love joy, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kecor and Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Downer of Hardwlck. The Sunday school classes of Mrs. Agnes Jenney and Mrs. Lola Douglass will conduct a drive this week for the Salvation Army fund, Mrs. Alice Lovejoy will be in "charge of the work of Mrs. Douglass' class as Mrs. Dong lass can not attend to it. Miss Ruth Collins has had a tele phone installed at her home, the. nttm bei being 1-X. Charles A, Riley, who has been em ployed, at Brisbin & Brisbin's drug store at Waterbury the past week, has been engaged as manager for the Mt. Mansfield hotel, tbe coming rea son. Mrs. Riley w ill also be employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sulham of Morriaville were Sunday guests at J. B. Ayers', at Moscow. Dr." Gross of the Fanny Allen hos pital visited Earle Douglass, at B. W. Jones', Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Earle Moody of OutliKtk, Saskatchewan, have arrived in Stowe to visit his mother, Mrs. Delia Moody. Mr. Moody, who is em ployed by the Rogers Lumber company, has' been in Canada eight years, going there from Minneapolis, where he was with the Bruce and Kdgerton Lumber companyafter graduating from Stowe high school in I'.iOo. This is his tirst Visit in Stowe for 10 years. Walter Burnett, and oldest daughter, left by automobile for Hartford. Conn., where' he carries on a roofing business. Mrs. Burnett and two younger chil dren will remain with relatives in Stowe for a vacation of several vc"ks. Ii. ('. Bull and son, Kenneth, accom panied Mr. Burnett to Hartford, pros pecting for employment.- Mrs". George Jenness returned to Windsor Monday, after visiting .Miss Isabelle Chaffee 'and other friends. Mrs. Walter Ad;ims and son, Harry, are visiting Mrs. Adams' daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Way of Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Pratt of Morris ville were guests for the week end of Mr. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Pratt. Miss Catherine Cole of Hyde Park is the gue.t of Miss Iis Riley of Maple street. Robert Smaller returned from Bris- .. t- ... 'l ... lo1- OIln- ' 1,1 "rul'-v' j E Liue rcturnod from Bm-lincton Sunday. Mrs. Luce , j xf;. '"" ' .n ,rv Fletcher ( f 7 " ' h' t 'J Z nP , ' - and doiiiff as well as possiine. . ',Ch, work for the C. E. A F. O. Burt company, and takes his family this week to .Mont- pelier, where he has employment as truck driver. Mr. Morrill will store his household goods here for the pres ent. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Shackeft and little son. Roland, visited Mr. Shack ctl's brother. John Shackett, and fami ly, in St. Albans Saturday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bigelow and children. Miss Mildred and Paul Bige low, and Fred Eaton of Middlesex called on Mrs. Carrie K. Straw, and Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Bigelow Sunday. Misses Ulennora ana .nice .Mining complaining of r rum to. baa tutinv moutn : have returned from Burlington, where liable to have puffed eyea from rmtlexa lum the latter went to consult 1T. Twitch- ber: feel tired and "anky; dia'J'T,!,nf , whimpering-. Act promptly, t.ive Idem a ell regarding her tonsils. An opera-i dnM of Dr TnJf., Eiitlri fh, Family Laa- tion was advised, which she will have,tiv, .n(j Worm Expe'.Uir. which million f done soon. 'mother, .ere given by hr 7'"?- " Miss Edith Derbv returned Monday from Burlington, where he visited her mother at the Mary Fletcher hospi tal. L. S. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Magoon and George White motored to Waterburv Sim'lay. where they vis ited K. M. Morse" and family. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Peter son, who went Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. F. M. Morse. lr. W. U Slayton r.f Morrisville was a business visitor in town Mon tis v. Claude Chaffee returned to Mont pelier Monday, after spending the week end with relatives in town. Miss Mildred Patter-on of t olchester and Arthur Murray of Milton were guests at the home of her father, W. L Demerritt. over Sunday, making the trip by automobile. Xews has been received of the death ni Hollis Boardman of Wolcott. He - . . .vn.,1i fr . ? J,.ah KM .ml diu-hter and : i u- ir nft JJr. t . D. Pant'le. w lio were visiting at Junction City. Kan., on their way home, will arrive in time ( attend the funeral, which will be held at Wolcott. Friday at'ternn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Siayton and children visited relative in North Hyde Park Sunday. - . . ,.e.e,v )! rrti a r tti HOI K tR ONE NIGHT. VhU'RSDAY, M Regular Habits Produce a Beautfiul Complexion Daily elimination rids the system of poisons. 1 Women should realiz that ! MANY women complain daily of their complexion, of their headaches and gen ' eral ill health, little realizing that the trouble is constipation. Women, too, are much more sub ject to such congestion than men, and much more careless of it. The result is seen in lusterless, weary eyes, in sallow, pimply complexion, in laasitude, bad breath, and in that word so often used, "indisposed." At the first Bign of these symp toms the wise woman will take a laxative, and will see that the young girl and others in her care do likewise. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the favorite with thou sands of women because it is mild and gentle in its action and in the end trains the stomach and bowel muscles to do their work naturally without the aid of medicine. This combination of simple lax ative herbs with pepsin, which can be bought at any drug store, is also a very sterling first-aid in colds, fevers and other sudden ills RANDOLPH Body of Mrs. Henry Lane Brought From Brattleboro Monday. The remains of the late Mrs. Henry Lane, who died in Brattleboro, where he had lived for some time were j brought here on Monday and burial was in Sontliview cemetery. Mrs. l.ine formerly lived in town, and when her family were young, was employed by many people here, who will remem ber her with respect. Later she went to Brattleboro, where she had since re sided, and where she found employ ment. Deceased is survived by a daughter and two sons, who came with hei body on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilpin of Xorthfleld, with their child, came on Monday from Bethel, where they had been with Mrs. Gilpin's fatluT on a visit, and Mop(d over here to viit the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Osha. , Mrs. G. O. Howe has returned from Rochester, where he went lat week to be with her sister. Mrs. Stoekwell, who is very ill, though thought to lie improving at the present time. Mrs. V. D. Fraaer of Woodstock is passing several days here with her daughter, Mrs. George Drew, and fami ly. Mrs. W. G. Ilodgkina has returned from a three weeks' vacation passed in Boston with friends, and her friend, Mrs. E. S. Bull, has returned with her. Mrs. Bull has sold her property in Coehituate, Mass., and has purchased the house of Mrs. A. K. Kendrick, on South Main street. She will move there, Mr. and Mrs! W. G. Ilodgkina going there with her, to live. Mrs. Kendrick and her daughter, Mrs. Mc Cullough, will vacate the house as soon as rooms can he procured. C. C. Clarke moved from that place to the Mason house which he recently purchased on Tuesday. John" Tewksbury went to Plainfield Monday to attend the funeral of an aunt, whose death occurred there. G. A. Chedel, who has been confined to the house for the last two weeks by reason of illness, was able to come up street for the lirnt time on Mon day. Miss Hurley, the matron at the fan- YOUR CHILDREN NEED LAXATIVE! The children need your clnaest attention, especially after stuffing-" themaelvea with iweeta, etc, nt a party or the like! 'ri I . .. I . i ,A , i t. In tk, tMAniitl, '" '"'""IT. (hair little onea. Ot ly the purest of hcrba are used no harmful drua- will relieve pleasantly the ordinary ease of children's illneaa, eonati paiiun worms, etc. Symptom of worms: Constipation, de ranged stomach, awollen upper lip. sour imch iSFeiuivc hreetii. hard and full belly, with aawaFlonai rnpinm anu !''" about the net el. pale face of leaden tint, fyo heavy and dull, twitching eyelid. itching- of the hom. jh'"' VrTrlu hort dry rough, grinding of the teeth, little red points sticking eut on the tongue. Stan- in dunnr aleen. low fever. Mr.. Wra. G. Bonin of CadiK Oklahoma, wrau. regarding Vt. True'a Elinir: "We ha.-. u.i it for our children for the laat twelve years, and certainly know the value "'Three iefc AT YOUR DEALER'S. A dr. IKS Bed bun lay an areraire of eeren arg per ... , j- u-.u day. fnder favorable eonditwna they hatch in five days, of which two-third are female, The, metare.t, l.lt ..r -and ar, raphta ... ' , , . ... .... . S i... i. . .( , Mt m f mnle or egw unim-leetat for one. year? To rid th. poky bcihug. yoa an reaauy w iw ,wrs-Hr'n?,-i'1 " u.i : . f I how -.cceaaary it i, to uee a rreparaiwa that Special Hoapital and HotW will kill the ea-ea aa well a. the live oriea makea fl-e gallona of P. u. . your drug V. D. Q. ha. been demon1raied by the lead- st haa it or raa get it for Jou. or jent in lloapitala. Nt,U and Hailroad Cempa- prepaid apt receipt of P-e by the Owl nie. that the fet and rre-t eronorawwl t hema-al Co.. Terr. Haute. Ind. Succeaa of way to atop future a-enrratk-ne of boihu-w, j P. I. q. ha. ca.rd i genuine roachea, fl.aa and anta to see the am I P. D. Q. M never peddled.-Adv. n.n nF VOVPI TIM AVD a ftroKE AY IJ A KitJ .iBl K N HIT AND FA5H1CN HO. I a i I in lililjpjjipjij w that make it advisable to always have a bottle in the home. It is free from narcotics and safe for the tiniest baby. In spite of the fact that Dr. Cald weU'$ Srrup Pepsin it the largest selling liquid laxative in the uorld. there being over 6 million bottles sold each year, many uiho need its benefits have not yet used it. If you have not, send your name and address for a free trial bottle to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 5'i Washington St., Monticello, Illinois, atorium, has finished her work there and has' left town. The glove factory started in slowly on Monday, with a few hands, who were to learn the trade, and more will be added as they gain experience. ROCHESTER Miss Emily Stickney was in town last week in' the interest of the Kuin Halt in homes. Wallace Campbell has sold his two- tenement house on School street to C. . J. Buck. Mrs. Hugh Kinsman of, New York ' City is visiting her mother, Mrs. Edna Stoekwell. , The game of baseball played here Saturday rexulted in a score of 17 to 7 in favor of Bethel. ' John Howard, who has been foreman of the Pierce Lumber company for sev eral years, has resigned and 'finished work." His place will be taken by Bir ncy Swinyer. The White River railroad has issued a new timetable for trains. They now leave at 5:30 a. m. and 11 a. m., and arrive at 8 a. ni. and 3 p. m. The campfire girls will present the play, "Any Girl," in the near future. I'plceeds to be toward the national fund and summer camping 'purposes. Mrs. Scoville and Mrs. Austin, with their Sunday school classes, enjoyed a picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bent May I. Sugar on snow and plain doughnuts were served by Mrs. Bent. The library will not be opert morn ings until further notice. Will Hubbard sold his new car to Arthur Osha, who has traded it to John Trask. Mrs. P. C. Tinkham has relumed from San Diego, Cal., where the spent the winter. HANCOCK Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Miller visited relatives in Rochester last week. Mrs. C. R. Church spent last week! with her daughter, Mrs. John Aldrirh ' of Rochester. Mrs. George Farr was in Randolph lai-t week. Carl Archer ha moved from Church ville to Waller .Volt's tenement in the village. Ro.s (Midyear is opera-ting his new Ford car. George Farr has returned from Bos ton with a carload of cows. Mr. and Mr. El win Scott of Barre; were weekend vUitor at V. C. Sco'.-t's. Road Commissioner Blair has begun his work on the roads. Mrs. Mary Phelw, who has been in Rwhetcr set eral months, is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George ' ;, ..". j" iwn M,nt Bml daughter ,f Mr. Harriet Po-t, who i ill at the home f , '""" . , , , ,. James rrench. arnvel Here irom rux boro, Mass., last week. Mrs. Po-t is tightly improved. "I he i;vlie(er toiin-trv eiuo is ie- j imjj,ltlj; the bridge rroseing the stream G the lishpond. K3 I n C H B . ''rr7-';.n'1' p" .".r..r A 3V package ot P. I. w- mak a uiart, nou)n to , , , mti,f, bedbujr. r.wrhrn. j .nd cootw. and at th earn. tJice d-- eu-f tir ; , , ntm.il, . f-.r i M. tn et,twliefl r. II. u. i i roprriy weed, r roe. patent epout in . every packagw to get the lky Ma m e rurm oirls. coming to the WAITS RIVER Mrs. George Richardson Died May 5, 111 a Long Time. May Richardson, wife of George Richardson, died Wednesday morning at her home, in her 4ldth. year. Mrs. Richardson had been in ill health a long time. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Kate and Dor othy, and two sons, Harold and Bert, two brothers. William and Albert. The funeral was held from her home Friday at 1 p. m., Rev. E. P. Cluter of East Corinth officiating. Burial was in the village cemetery. Rita Thurston of West Topsham and Olivia Batten from this village have) gone to Lakeport and Meredith, N. JL, ! for a few weeks. j I eland Havward of West Topsham ; called on friends here Friday. Mrs. John Martin and son. John, j have returned to Frank Sanborn's, aft-1 er spending the winter in Tampa, Fla. j Mr. and Mrs. Heifry MiOillis of West Topsham and Mr. and Mrs. A. Batchellor of Bradford spent last Tues day with Mr. and Mrs, T.J). Fellows to eele&rate their anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Fellows received several gifts, i Church services Sunday Sunday I school at Yi and services tit 1 p. ni., ! conducted by Rev. D. C. Killmrn. ! Mrs. K. S. Locke and Mrs. Frank' Richardson spent Tuesday in ,Eat Barre. . i j WOODBURY . Real moving pictures at North Mont-1 pelier Thursday evening, May 13. npc- : cia! music for dancing. Iet's go. adv.; E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be at Mrs. Daniels' i-tore Friday, the 11th. J .'all and have vour eves examined. adv. " ' PLAINFIELD Moving pictures at the opera house, Piainfield, Wednesday evening. May 12. A good outfit, good pictures and good music. Admission. iOc and ;50c am war tax. .Carroll Peck. i eJML. 3e5 J" 'l v. -' f .! r-te tUTIitid Drachrv rCl. wwJ ' ' f It ' e In ' - rT. rj hstt1 i AVetplabk;IVeparabcfl&fAsi U -Ah imilnl.ntheFcodbyKUv I . II m llintllheSttOTacha'rj 11 aS! 1 ThercrProtin DitK' UHCnuiiiv'-; - ncKlHT0pium.McT0, I 1 mm Jlincral- Not , m Jmpkai Ahc1pfulRcm(!y('c' J nslipalionandU.an-: 5?lr4' 1 loss or Sleep jit Ju Simile SinaWCr0r l:.f .? i:l l:S;.f'lM 7W If;?'-!.'! IbeCevtactC0MPm" s nvwi7 .-l'4.. - m Hmn '"'i ",m vmwjm ,tf i.mrvm : -- - -- .1 Barre Opera House JUST ONE NIGHT. The Aristocrat of Modern Musical Comedies BEAUTY-YOUTH AND FOLLY ENTIRELY SURROUNDED BY, GIRLS iiaa jl i II law f, ' ',. 'V .';-",WlllJ J . 4A m "ITS WORTH ANYB0DY5 MONEY' CHICAGO ri TRIBUNE H '..ajupiiajaji f jj jvy-r "HAS PEP GINGER Pi p r3 N.Y. EVENING WORLD 24 benj; lilts Special Orchestra Excellent Cast and Wonderful Chorus ia Creation Gowns to Please the Ladies PRICES: 50c, 75c, $t.oo and $1.50; at Box Office Beginning Tuesday NEW When vou thir.k of New lines over. We have Ladies variety of style. Shoes lor jrrou-.r"; girls. White Sho for la iies hnd misses. In Men W ik Sh we have a Ilrown Canva. rubber bottcm, th; t is 3 v. also the rcjr-ir Leather Sboe Let us shew you. LEE & CLARA Ii. SliORTT, .Marfhficld,iVt. Bijou Theatre Entrance on Pearl St. Three Shows Daily, 2:15, 6:45, 8:30 PRICES: ' (including war tax) MATINEES : Adults 15c, Children lOe EVENINGS: Adults 20c, Children 10e -To-day- Thcda Bara in "THE LURE OF AMBITION" Alfeo I'athc Review and comedy. "KISS THE BRIDE." tVctfnesdnr, May 12 I). W. Griffiths' Feature "SCARLET DAYS" A fine story produced by the master di rector, AhTi) chspUT I of the moat ex citing serial yet produced, " THE LOST CITY." llurton Holmes travel. Thursday, May 1J Dorothy Gish in t "TURNING TABLES" A pley srivine Muw C!i.h full chance to p'ease everyone. Also pjjecial comedv. 1 " LOOSE LIONS AND FAST LOVERS," ! Friday. May H j Peggy Hyland in j " FAITH " A plci-sinu intercoms ffature. Chapter i Id of " BLACK SECRET," and Current j Events. Saturday. May 15 Harry Morey in "THE BIRTH OF A SOUL" Chapter II of the " LIGHTNING BRVCK" seri end Robin comedy, " SHOOT ON SIGHT." j m 'i i Vt"fmmmm.m, i ia, .a a 1 1 a .j i J . .1 , i ui aw For Infants and Children. mothers ((now That Genuine Castoria Bears the Signature of . In Use For Gver Thirty Years THURSDAY, M AY 13 i iarp-1 to MAC Tt ItT iriL Lnurvuo nao int. rV ractl P-a naiKiCwiBU Ii w in a a H l, S H N y Irl 13 I I 'i esm ii rt u m u 3 wwxt0 u wum$r& if 11 1 w '.Vf :; GRACE Of WILD YOUNG THINGS OF THE FOREST" N.Y. IHIbUrsIL AND A PUNCH SHOES Fhoes. ft-tne in and look, nd Gtnt?' Dre. Shoes l niniler for fummfn for hard knocks. .1 m 1 1 I