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THE "BAHKK DAILY TIMES. BAltltE. VT., TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1920.
LOSS OF APPETITE Pimples and Other Eruptions Mental and Physical Weariness. Tl, a . olt luimmnn at this time O vcar, and are all Indications that the blood is wanting in me power m uh fend the body against infectious and eontaffioua diseases, becasue they are all indications tbat it neeas uitmimiug, enriching and vitalizing. It ia important to gve them atten tionit ia in fact hazardous to neglect 4Vntn Got Wood's Sanmparilla to-day and bejrin taking it at once, regularly after eating and if convenient in a little hot water. U,,.,,mt,nr this Til (ll ifitlfi llBS C1VPI1 natisfaction to three generation,- for tlie DlooQ, BCOinaui, nci .imv. It builds up the whole system. It . makes food taste good. For a gentle laxative or an active cathartic, take Hood's 'Tills. You will like, them. Adv. , "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out: Doubles Its Beauty. A few cents buys "Danderine."' After an application of "Danrtenne you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new lite, yig or, brightness, more color and thick ness. Adv.' MOTHER! '"California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrup of Ffgs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "California." Adv. hV! it f t i trvm il mt t mown, ph. f r "4 , , ' jr C.J 1- ,,rtiUt'-.savlv.y;5-i,hry 1 ,'. M W MIS XXfc i? -- mm -.hi mm ri 1 1 SMim wm I 1 BURNED BODY FOUND IN BARN John Cunniff, 65, Lost His Life in Stable Fire at Newton, Mass. FIREMEN RESCUED THREE HORSES Body of Cunniff Not Found Till After Blaze Had Been Extinguished . Newton, Mass., May 25. John Cun niff, C5 years of age, was burned to death early to-day in a fire which de stroyed a stable in the rear of the home of John Gallaehor at West Newton. Cunniff, who was employed by Gal lagher as a gardener, was asleep in the barn and his body was discovered aft er firemen had rescued three horses and put out the blaze. The damage was nominal. A MESSAGE FROM GENERAL OBREGON Assures President Wilson the New Revolutionary Government Plans Harmonious Relations With U. S. Washington. Mav 24. A mesnase from fienrral Obreiron.nne of the chiefs of the new revolutionary government in Mexico, assuring rresiuent wuson. mat me revolutionary rcguim um- templated the most harmonious rela tions with the United States was hrnuirht to the White House yesterday by Luia N. Morones, a Mexican labor j leader. In the name, of fiencral Obrepron, Mr. Morones also gave assurance that the revolutionists could not be eon-j siderrd directlv or indirectly responi- ble for the killing of the disposed president, Venustiano larranrji. uen eral Mbrepron and the officers working with him, Mr. Morones said, had been given explicit orders not to harm Gen eral Carranza. president asks for Authority To Accept a Mandate Over Armenia Believes American People Wish It. Washington, D. C, May 25. Presi dent Wilson yesterday aked authori ty from Congress for the United States to accept a mandate over Armenia. The president told Congress that he thought, the wish of the American peo ple was that the I'nited States should become the mandatory for Armenia. NORTH RANDOLPH H. W. Downing and family of Itarre spent the week end at C. K. Taft's. Miss Marjorie Worcester spent the week end with Mrs. .JnrfiPK Snrague. Mrs. Laura Whiting of Tunbridre has b'n vUiting her con-ins, Mrs. John l'erham and Mrs. Frank Richard son. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Carpenter were in East Bethel last week to see his si tcr, Mrs. Sabra Banister, who is ill. fv I ', 1 ii Yi-WrV? T?iMmmm ii mi ' ' it'f f f. J fc- 1 :.. ... . - .. .. i I- 4 JJUn. . . 3.- . 1 - a.:i!.-:. - ". j with the "Wonder Oven" THE MOST PtRFECTCOMBINATlOH OF CONVENIENCE, EFFICIENCY, ANO TIME-SAVING WHICH THE HOUSEWIFE HAS EVER KNOWN GAS OVEN, COAL OVEN, IN CHS 0AU weod r gas may b ni, or either at the first, combined with ff. to secure any re.ulr4 decree el heat. Th ir ready can be heated ta the detlrtd tm- ptnUm at enc ftd H baairtitulf, dene nVnr, there are na eomplleated parts na cuesswarfc ita treubie. Simply ana Bush af the lever d It all. Truly a miracle af helpfulness ta the taedern heusewife. Send for t new Hhrtr4 hevut. "One Oven Does It AH" MA etc rVOXACX CCX. Ins, aOSTDH. MASS. The N. D. Phelps Co. I BARRC, VERMONT HE NOW BELIEVES iraupvES" Teacher Of "New Thought " Healed By Fruit Liver Tablets Schenectady, N. Y. "I am not in the, habit of praising an material medicine as I am an advocate of 'New Thought' ; but some time ago, I had such a bad attack of Liver and Stomach Trouble that I gave up thinking I did not have it and took 'Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets. Most gratifying was the result. It relieved my liver and stomach trouble, cleaned up my yellowish complexion and put new blood In my body. 'Fruit-a-tives' is the highest result of 'New Thought in medicine". A. A. YOUNG. SOo. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. EAST BRA1NTREE Roy Thayer of Fitchburg, Mass., is visiting his'grandpafents, Mr .and Mrs. Timothy Blanchard. Mrs. U. W. Flagg, who has been pass ing the winter with her daughter in Tunkhannock, Pa. ,has returned home. W. E. Perham is visiting his daugh ter, Mrs. John Wells, in South Ran dolph. Mrs. Fred Crain of Williamstown was the guest of Mr. Janet Crain recently. A son was born Saturday, May 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jarvis. Mrs. Harriet Christopher of West Brook field is caring for mother and baby. 1j. M. Rogers is soon to move into part of the hotel and George Thayer is to move from Randolph back into his home, now occupied by Mr. Rogers. Miss Bertha Walker of Randolph is passing a wpck wun ner sisier, Airs. J. H. Ifadley. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Mau rice Allien is quite ill with bronchitis at the home of Mrs. Mary Farnsworth. Walter Horner is soon to move his goods here from Grepntield, Mass. He is obliged to give up work there on ac count of poor hearth. Howard Walker, wife and little daughter, Margaret, returned to Roch ester Saturday. They have been the guests here of Mrs. Walker's father, W. W. Heribner, and sister, Mrs. Ma Dewey. M. L Rogers lias relumed home from the Randolph sanatorium somewhat improved in health. t Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCuen are visiting their son in Highgatc. ERASE THOSE SKIN ERUPTIONS WITH POSLAM J'IfUam BUrpriM si nnninv jour nin in ble no much better In the tnornin-after you nave uru riin me i' . a . tLi . Llu i Is yrOVOt l() JOU III I HI W'l Priiiiiu I''"""'' you hv n urgrtxU powerful, Valuable your torturrd body happy and doee all this uy, iwcc it win rt mi u'w ui' your akin bflcome what it ehould be clear T l Us, A-,.lt rmraanrv I Jl homtiirtM. 243 Wt 47th twrt. New York City. I'&m Soar, medicated with Pntlam, brighten, beautiftae compieioni. Adv. ,ti 1X4 n h i 1 : I S .13 SEVEN BARKS Nearly half a century is a long time to faithfully serve the public, but that Is what SKVKN BARKS, one of na ture's greatest remedies to mankind, has been doing. .. HEVKN HARKS has not been exten sive! v advertised, but has enioyed a wonderfur and steady sale for many, many years, and purely upon its- mer its. To those who may not be acquainted with the value of SEVEN BARKS we would say that it is absolutely a harm less and remarkable remedy, made from the extracts of different kinds of roots and herbs, every one of which has great medicinal value, scientifically blended, and for many, many years has been a reliable remedy for Indigestion, Constipation, Liver, Kidney and Stom ach disorders. SEVEN BARKS has saved thou sands of families large doctor's bills, as well as untold suffering. It is in expensive only 60 cents per bottle which will last a long time, as the dose is from 10 to 20 drops in a little water after meals. There is hardly a family but what some member is more or less frequent ly troubled with Biliousness, Indiges tion, Liver or Kidney disorder. If you have never tried SEVEN BARKS, do not fail to do so, and watch the rapid and wonderful results. ' Don't put off asking your druggist for SEVEN BARKS. If he does not happen to have it on hand, he will get it for you. Adv. LIFT OFF CORNS WITH FINGERS ra i Doesn't hurt a bit and costs only few cents Drop a little Freetone on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift It right out. Yes, magic! A tiny bottle of Freetone costs but fpw cents at any drug store, but is suf ficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Freezone is the sensational discovery of a Cincinnati genius. It is wonderful. Adv. M0RAN SUSPENDED UntU He Apologizes for Newspaper. Article in Cincinnati, May 2.I. Janapcr Tat Moran of the JKcds was yesterday sus pended by President Heydlcr of Ihe National league until such time that ho apologizes for remarks attributed to him in a newspaper aftiele about the conduct of umpires in recent gams at Redland field. Moran vigorously denies that he made such a statement. Canada Withdraws From Davis Competition. Sydney, Australia, May 2"). Canada has given notice of her withdrawal from the Davis tennis tournament, ow ing to her inability to furnixh plavers up to the standard set in such competi tion. Chicage University Tied By Japs. Tokio, May 21. Chieajro university "s baseball team played a ten-inning tie with the Keio university team here to-dHy, the score heitig 3 to 3. Cleveland Pleases CykowskL Cleveland, May 24. George Cykow t.ki, i-and lot recruit pitcher, has been releaed by the Cleveland Americans to Des Moines of the Wotern league. Yesterday's National League Games. At St. Louis, Kew York 7, St. Louis 4. At Cincinnati, Cincinnati 4, IWtnn 2. At Jinburg, Brooklyn I, Pittsburg At Chicago, Chicago , Philadelphia 0. 0. National League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet Pitthurg 17 12 .5K Cincinnati 1 13 Krooklvn l- 11 -77 l.icazj IS lrt 1'i-toii 12 14 .4(12 St. Louis 13 1 .44 New York 1.1 1 44S i'.iiladefphia 11 2 Yesterday's American League Games. At R-t"n. H'ftm 5. St At New York. Detroit 3 Ixiuts 1. New York I. At Wahingtn, Cleveland Wa'hing ton. ruin. At Philadelphia, (lucago 10, Phila dc ;.h:a O. American League Standing. Won. Lost, ret .7(n .:n ..'.tl ."H -4H7 .44 S .rur .276 CABOT Your d '!r will dn dfib'e d.ity at L3Sf.rc' (irn'n 'e, Bsrre. mAt. Mrmr f M.r:!i W. R. (' are re r;.i.t d 1 tree! f t pia'twe Thur.1y ftT"io.K. Iay 27, at the bogie trf Mia. B. L EtxxT. ' I iXOvoIsnd 21 ! r k fl B on I f i f f1 ,ii? I I ; New o-fc IS 13 3 . W-i njrton 1,1 f " , 1 s: lxi . 13 li 111 PI.. .!.'; j a H l! 7--. j , Ihtroit 21 REDS REPULSED BY THE POLES Driven Back Across the Upper Beresina With Heavy Losses OVER 400 PRISONERS TAKEN BY POLES Russians Are Reported to Have 16 Divisions on the Front Warsaw, May 24 (By the Associated Press). Bolshevik troops which suc ceeded in erossinir the upper Beresina in several places have been driven back across the river with heavy losses, in eluding more than 400 prisoners, ac cording to an official statement issued here to-day. The enemy is attacking along the entire northern Tolish front, btft has been checked everywhere, it ia declared. Fighting continues along the whole front and the bolsheviki have brought up the largest number of troops ever have thus far been identified as taking part in the struggle. Soviet cavalry is being used in the swampy country and it is known that at least one mounted division is in action. Both sides are using airplanes, armored au tomobiles and armored trains wherever possible. OCCUPY SEVERAL VILLAGES. Russian Soviet Forces Claim Success Worth of, Kiev. London, May 2.1. Russian soviet forces have occupied a number of vil lages on the w"est bank of the Dnieper river from 14 to 27 miles north of Kiev, according to an official statement' is sued in Moscow yesterday and received here bv wireless. BERLIN Wouldn't you like to inspect the sta'te hiwpital dairy herd at Water bury? The opportunity is yours by attending the annual meeting of the Washington county farm bureau June 3. adv. The grange meeting on Friday eve. niug was well attended. The program given by the high school students was very interesting and enjoyed, by all. Leslie Brown of Fast Jaffrey, N. II., spent Sunday with his parents. Clarence Pike has begun the founda tion for his new house. Mrs. W. II. Turner was called to Chester on Saturday by the serious ill ness of Mrs. Harrison" Turner, who is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Curtis. The remains of Miss Kllen Hubbard were brought here from Waltham. Mass., and interred in the family lot at the corner cemetery recently. Mrs. Harry llnrnham accompanied them. The twins of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Bui ley kave been named. Frank Blom tield and Charlotte Rosa. Miss May Andrews entered Heaton hospital for treatment and operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Moitlton, who were re cently married, have purchased the Hayden farm of Asa Baldwin and will take possession the first of June. . REAL BODY BUILDER FOR ALL THE FAMILY Father Builds John's New Medicine Flesh and Is All Strength Pure Food For All Free from The Family Alcohol If vou find that vou are thin and weak or if any member of the family needs a tonic at this season of the year, remember that the safe family medicine for you all is Father John's Medicine. Bear in mind that this old fat(hioned prescription has been suc cessfully used for more than V) years as a tonic and body-bulder. If you are thin, weak and run down, it gives the verv food elements uliwh you need to rebuild flech and strength. It is guar anteed free from alcohol or dangerous drugs. Adv. When You Get up "tired as a dog" znd sleep is full of ugly dreams you need Fatigue is the result of poisons produced by exercise or failure to digest food proper ly, and eliminate it promptly w ith the aid cf liver and kidneys. Lars-t b.l in t ttarta. T 'rT.nlTr'iilf' ' BEECHAMS FILLS V V- V VJ Ma. Keep The System Clean And You'll Be Healthy Elimination helps to avoid colds, headaches and epidemics ANYONE who has watched himself knows there ia noth ing so important to health and comfort as regular daily elim ination. Half of the minor illness es of life are due to neglect of this. The five million men who were in our army know the importance the doctor attached to this function. By all means try to regulate yourself by intelligent diet mud exercise, but when these fail you will need a laxative, one as near i to nature in its action as skill can S make it. In the opinion of many F thousands of god Americans such a one is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which is a combination of ! simple laxative herbs with pepsin. It acts promptly, gently and with- : out griping and will with certainty regulate any tendency to oon-J DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP :PEPS0H THE PERFECT, LCATIVE NORTH FAYSTON William Bennett, Over 25 Years a Resident Here, Died in Waitsfield. The' remains of William Bennett were brought here for burial Friday, funeral services being held at the home of his son, Ed., in Waitsfield, where he died. Mr. Bennett's health had been poor for aorne time, but he had failed rapidly since the death of bis wife last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett were residents of this town for over 25 years and they were a couple who seemed to e"n joy life. Four children, three daughters and one son, and seven grandchildren survive them. Wouldn't you like to inspect the staite honpiital dairy herd at Water bury f The opportunity i youra by attending the annual meeting of the Washington county farm bureau June 3. adv. F. L. Howe and son of Xorthfield were bere Thursday and placed the sol diers' monument on the foundation. There will he memorial enercises Mon day, May 31, at 2 o'clock, when the monument will be unveiled. Frank Plumley of Xorthfield is to speak and the Waitsfield band will furnish music, besides several other selections on the program. The ladies will serve dinner from 11 o'clock until 1:30. Mrs. Hugh Henry returned home last week, after four weeks' stay in Hart ford, Conn. Her daughter, Miss Alice Henry, returned with her for a few weeks' stay. Harold Kingsbury of Moretown was here Saturday on business. Miss Gladys Newton of Moretown visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Grandfleld over Sunday. Harold Henry was at his home over Sunday from Waitsfield, where he works for A. L. Boyce. Henry and Gladys Nelson were home from Waitsfield for over Sunday, also Misses Mildred and Beatrice Dunbar. The South Fayston sawmill was burned Wednesday night. It was owned by the Green Mountain Lumber com pany. The cause of the fire is unknown, as the mill had not been running for several days. Mrs. Clyde Thillips and baby of Moretown visited a few days last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corliss. Mr. Buskey of Duxbury visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler one day last week. Miss Xora Griffin of Waterbury vis ited Thursday at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. tugene Griffin. EAST BROOKFIELD Mrs. Moorecraft, who has been quite ill with bilious grip, is slowly convales cing. .... Mrs. James P. Spragiie visited her aunt, Mrs. Ssbra Banister, in East Bethel last week Tuesday. Mrs. F. C Angel!, who has been vis iting relatives in town for a few days, returned to her home in Randolph Sun day. Great was the surprise to Miss Ruie Angell on Saturday night, when some 20 of her young lady friends, dressed as gvpsies, burst into song beneath her window. However, she shortly joined them and as queen of the gypsies was conveyed to tneir camp oeneaia me hospitable roof of Mrs. Alden Savage. There the gypsy parson, Haien Sprague, united Arethusa Savage and Hexekiah Bennett in that un epual partnership, toward wrich the thoughts of the young will ever turn in the spring. Following this, the gypsy traveler, B.. K. Wheatley, laid before the queen rich gifts of linen, sil ver and other household aids brought from far lands and famed people. Re freshments were served and the party broke up at a late hour, wishing Ruie all happiness in her new life. A -S 1 Ire With the air bag cure. All sizes in stock. We also have One 1917 Ford Truck One 1916 Ford Truck One 1914 Ford Truck Which we will sell cheap if taken at once. Granite City Garage 411-11.3 North Main Street atipation that you may ' have. Take it when you feel drowsy, dizzy or bilious, when you feel a cold or a fever coming on, when there is an epidemic, when you have eaten anything about which you are in doubt. It in at such times that you need to be free of poisons and of fermenting foods. You can buy Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin at any drug store. Thou sands of families have it con stantly in the house agajjDfit emergencies. In spite of the fact that Dr. CaU- ' well's Syrup Pepsin is the largest selling liquid laxative in the world, there being over 6 millon bottles sold each year, many who 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, ;it Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Rev. n. L. Thornton returned Satur day from Boston, where he had been to attend a two days' conference of the Red Cross. Mr. Thornton went as a delegate from the Windsor county chapter. Mrs. George Myers of West Lebanon has recently purchased the George Hanchett place on the Plainfield road. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Harwood of West Lebanon have gone for the sum mer to their farm in Warren, X. H. Mrs. Mary Woodbury left on Sun day to spend some time with her grand son in Boston. John Woodbury of West Lebanon was recently called to Franklin, X. H., to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. John Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Luther BuCtr of Woodsville, X. H.. were recent guests at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Frank Kendrick of West Lebanon. Mrs. Berkley Parmlee and child of Bridgeport, Conn., and Miss Hazel Parmlee of St. Albans were recent vis itors at the home of Mrs. Claude Davis of West Lebanon. Mrs. Harley Moody, the district deputy of the'Order of" Pythian Sisters of White Kiver . function, visnea me lodge in Bellows Falls recently, accom panied by Mrs. Henry Talbert. Albert Geiser, having 'resigned his position as manager of the Xew Hamp shire knitting millls, returned to Xew York early in the week. His place has been filled by Frank Slater of Xew York. Mr. and Mrs. G. Fred Farnsworth, who were recently married at the home of the bride's sinter in Caysville, have returned from their honeymoon and are to live in one of X. S. Johnson's tenements in West l.banon. Tatr day for the West lebanon class of 1020 of the high schoeol was a glo rious day. They started in with modest aspirations 25 was the sum they ho(ed to raise but before o'clock Thomas Gallagher, who had risen with the early bird, came in with 20 as his first collection. The mark was then set at but long before noon the class had collected $80. Business men wore tags, horses wore tags, dogs wore tags, automobiles flaunted tags, the railroad men with their usual gener osity pave until the railroad blossomed with tags like a flower garden, and by night the final count showed the sat isfying sum of $1140 and then did the redoubtable Thomas dig down into his pockets and produce the necessary 60 cents and the class went over the top with one hundred and twenty dol lars. 1U Alice Barlow of White River Junction spent the week end with her parents in hollows fans. Mr. and Mrs. X. P. Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot returned the latter part of the week from an automobile trip to the D. W. Griffith studio, just outside of Xew York City. Mrs. H. L. Thornton returned home on Saturday from week's visit with friends in St. Albans. Don Randall of Xew York City rame to White River Junction the latter part of last week to enter the employ of Fred H. Perkins as chauffeur. How to Gain Flesh A lir,p!e but sure wsy to Increase the weight. It la asserted aeverat well known phyaictaoa. Is to take reg ularly for several months, one r two 1 grain bTo-nui;lari tablet after each meal. These, little tablets hve tha distinguished merit of increasing the red and whlta blood corpuscles, aiding digestion and fwwnoting assimilation and abfwrption of tha alement In the food which go to make blood mud solid tlMUMa They are obtainable 'n aewted rauaa troui wail stocked apotkecar? abopa. fllfl Barre, Vt. I . Regal , J Low ' I j Shoes,, : For those who find greater summer comfort in low shoes we suggest Regals. Because Regals are naturally the shoe of comfort in any season. They are made right, of the best leather, and; never in freakish styles. And yet Regals are known as leaders in shoe styles. Which proves that comfort and correct style can be found in the same shoe. Especially if they are Regals. Open Monday even ings until 8:30. Moore & Owens Bsrrc's Madinr tlothltri IIH You Can't Go Wrong. nor can your tamily be reduced to the npeptsity of seeking assistance or char ity, if you will protect them with an income policy in the Xational Life Ins. Co. (Mutuall. S. S. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt."; Corn Pain Stopped Quick "Gets-It" Loosens Them So They Lift Off in a Jiffy. Th rorn pains ecu m oon s a fw drops of "Cfelii-It" nch the corn. It coca out of th. burtina busineu forcrvar. For a dar r the corn remains, retting loosrr and looser and without a twinge Inn it. Then, it g4s looee that you Just lift it right off. without en feeling U.and ct it awajr. That's how ca.iiy and simply "lt-It" disposes of the corn nui.rr. 'Ofts-It." the unfailing, guaranteed. n erbark eorn removrr. costs but a trifla at an? drug stone. MTd bf E. Lawrrnc Co.. Chuago.- ' Sold in H.rre and rwommended as Us worlds bt eorn remedy by Cummtnga at Lrwia and Barxe Drug C Adv. FURNITURE In our Furniture Depart ment we have Wall Paper. Lace Curtain?, Rugs, and many other thinjrs jou need. Come in and let us show you. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marshfield. Vt. ETNA-AUTO t Combination Insurance with apefits in eTery city Gives automobile owners complete protection against loss by: LIABILITY for Personal Injuries LIABILITY f.T Pamage to Property COLLISION Pamape to Antc.mr.bi1s FIEE. Lightning, Efkicm, Water Passage THF.FT, Cyclone, Tomada, TranK'rtto IjOSS OF 1E of Ant dunaj J. W. DILLON, Apent . : H 3 Corn Con .1 J VtV Geti-It y Got it