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THE BARRE DAILY' TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUXE 10, J920.
CHELSEA Fred C Waldo has purchased a new ttix-eylinder Oakland aedan, the pur chase being made from F. A. Ordway, local agent for the Oakland car. This Jh the only sedan owned in town. ' " The Chelsea high, aelmol alumni will meet in the library at IsM Friday eve ning of this week. - . t Floyd M. Pearing of Burlington was in town Monday and tailed on friends. Thomas C. Dearborn of" Randolph; who represents the Bailey Muaic com pany, was in town on business Thurs - day! , y Miss Mary Wilson of Randolph is ' spending a portion of the week in town with her father, Attorney M. M. Wil son. Fred C. Waldo has sold the small : place he purchased a few months since , from George D. Lyford to Fred A. Ordway. "' - ' ' ' I Mr. and .Mrs. Lester G. Bates of Tunbridge, who have just returned from Cleveland, 0., were in town on business Tuesday. . . , . Attorney M. C. Taft was in Wells River on legal business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Godfrey of West Fairlee are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Slack. Constable Frank Belville of ttranito '' villa was in town on official business .Tuesday afternoon. A SOUTH CABOT ,tSitr, and Mrs. Krnesf. Brown were visitors in I'eacham last Thursday. Burton I'aquin of Xcwinjrtuii, X. II.. and his sister, Mrs. James Cregg, of ! Peacham visited their aunt, Mrs. C. M. ' Lamberton, last Friday. The annual mueting.of the Molly'g Falls Telephone company was held in the gchoolliouse .Saturday and the offi cers for the coining year were elected. Samuel Lock of Detroit, Mirb., is stopping for a while at (Jeorge dee's. The two little children of Arthur Oilman of Marshfield are staying here with their grandmother, Mrs. J). S. . Hall, while their father and mother are in Springfield. Elsie Walbridgo spent the week end , with her sister in Danville. Mr. mid Mrs. Fleming Milligan of West Danville were callers in the place Sunday. James Cassady and family of Wal den were visitors Sunday at L. J. Eastman's. PAINS NEARLY DOUBLED ME IIP Nothing Helped Me Until I Took Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound Wyandotte, Mich. "For the last four years I have doctored off and on without tielp. 1 have had pains every month so bad that I would nearly double up. Sometimes I could "hot sweep a room without stopping to rest, and everything I ate upset my stomach. Three, years ago I lost a child ana sunerea no badly that I was out of my head at times. ' Mv bowels did not more for days and f could not eat without suf fering. The doctor could not helrf me and one day I told my husband that I could not atand the pain any longer and sent him to the drug store to get me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkhara'a Vegetable Compound and threw the doctor's medicine away. After tak ing three bottles of Vegetable Com pound and usinjr two bottles of Lydia, E. I'inkham's Sanative Wash I could do my own housework. If it had not been for your medicine I don't know where I would be to-day and I am never without a bottle of it in the house. You may publish this if you like that it may help some other woman." Mrs. Mart Stender, 120 Orange St., Wyandotte, Mich. PLAINFIELD Just say if you wanf the genuine - in bottles for the home at soda fountains and on draught Get Auto Insurance It enables you to sleep nights and gives you a chance to get all the wholesome pleasure and . the business usefulness you expect out of your automobile. The insurer takes the worry.. Tele phone now. Paige & Campbell General Agents 'Phone 268-W Repraaenting The TRAVELERS HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Mrs. Ed Stone is spending the week in Harre. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lamberton vis ited Mr. and Mrs. H"nry Willey in MarHhfield baliirday. Mrs. Harrv Coburn is in Lymlonville this week. Mrs. Arthur Lamberton and Mrs, George Hume! were in Barre Monday. The class of 1020 was in Barre on Tuesday to have their pictures taken Mrs. Andrew Cliristiaimon is ill with sciatic rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Northrop of Meredith, lonn., sent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Mayo yman Mr. and Mrs. C. II. .Story of Leomin ster, Muss., recently visited friends In '.iwn. I.yle Young of East Montpelier was n town 1 uesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bailaw were Niton in Marslirleld Saturday at the home of, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wells. Miss Anna Spencer is curing for Mrs Minriea Howiaim, v.lio is ill witli a hard cold. diaries Armington of Uarre was a isitur in town- Thursday. (', 1.. Silver and family were in Kew 'iiry Sunday. ' Mr. Jones and family of Williams own recently visited Mr. and Mrs. .V. B. FihcUl.' (onion Newell is reported ill with niriiinoiiia. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of Barre ere visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. I:iitiii Thursday. (. C L'itkin has purchased the Fred Koliinson farm and Mrs. Robinson and children have moved to Elmore. Mrs. Verne C'lough and son and Miss Mnlel ('lough of East Calais were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 1. Dodge Tuesday. Oliver Fifield of East Montpelier was in town Friday on business. Mr. Carpenter of Elmore recently visited his daughter, Mrs. Gladys Kob inson. Mrs. S. E. Dwinell spent part of last week in Ilanhvick with Mr. and Mrs.1 Wade Benjamin. Kenneth Bassett recently visited a few davs in Lanesboro. STOWE Graduation Exercises of High School . . Held Wednesday Evening. The following program was carried out at the graduation exercises of the c'ass ' of 1020 Wednesday evening at the Akeley Memorial building: March pi occasional, selection orchestra, invo cation by Rev. M. E. Bacon, salutatory and essay, "Women in Industry During the War," Eftie Sleeper; selection, or chestra; address to class by Rev. G. H. Locke of Waterbury; valedictory arm essay, "The Development of the Revo lutionary Spirit in Russia," Douglass Barrows; selection, orchestra; pre sentation of diplomas; march reces sional. There was a large attendance. Class day exercises were carried out at the auditorium Wednesday afternoon as follows: Music; master of cere monies, Douglass Barrows; address to undergraduates, Dennis Jvaiacr; reply, Edwin Peterson, '21; song, Mrs. H. W, Barrows; class history, l.aura Bailey class poem, John Boardman; song, Glee club; class prophecies, Louise .Morgan class will and presentation, Kathryn Recor; song, Glee club. Folmwing is the class roll: Laura Hailey, Douglass Barrows, president, John Boardman Rebecca Buron, A. Richard Chase, vice- president, Dennis Kaiser, Lucy Latuch Louise Morgan, Hazel Morrill, Kath ryn Recor, secretary and treasurer, Eflie Sleeper, Hildegrade Smalley", Gladys Smith. The I niversity of er niont scholarships were won by Doug lass Barrows and Eflie Sleeper. Others who expect to .enter the university are John Boardman, Louise Morgan, Kath- rvn Recor and Rebecca Buron. The junior-senior reception at the auditori um Tuesday evening was one of the most successful in the history of the school. The hall was attractively trimmed with blue and gold crepe pa per, Japanese lanterns and ferns, hd win f'eterson of the junior class was master of ceremonies and the junior class students acted as ushers. Jn the receiving line with the class were Prin cipal R. C. Mayo and President Peter son. The speskcrs were Principal Mayo. C. M. Watts, Rev. J. Q. Angell, and" Paul Raymond. Other features of the program were selections by a I , . M. orchestra, readings by Mrs. A. D. Lynch, accompanied by Dorothy Bar rows and Miss Jessie Southard, a duct by Mrs. II. W. Barrows and H. W. Biirnham, narcissus dance by Floy Col lins, Mary Bailey, Mabel Sleeper and Hazel Oakes, song and ukelele selec tion by Hazel Gibbs, dance and song by little Vera Spaulding,"Dardanella"dance by 12 girls, accompanied by Miss aM Riley. The evening closed with dancing with music by the orchestra. EAST MO,TPELIER Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hollister of Marshfield called on Mrs. Lucv Hoi- I lister Sunday. sir. and .Airs, usiar r.mery were flic guests of Mrs. John Emery Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. t P. Spaulding were in Montpelier Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Story were the guents of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hillis Sunday. Mrs. Harry Coburn has been visiting in Lyndonville. Mrs. Jennie Wilent of Oakland, Cal., visited at Mrs. C. P. Spaulding's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Byron were in Ryegate Saturday and Sunday. The Miracle of Milk Drink Your Way to Health By drinking from that font from which issues the white waters of vouth, health and strength MILK Dr. Harry B. Galatian, an eminent authority on the subject, tells u that the liberal drinking of milk will keep anyone well, give renewed -energy, greater resistant- to disease, a cleaner complexion and a better feeling of bodily comfort, than any spring tonic or blood purifier rer .compounded. Gov. Frank . Lowdcn of Illinois pays this beaut it'iillv expressed tribute to the row: "The cow is a inot wonderful laboratory. She takes the grasees of the pasture and the roughage 'of the field, and converts them into the most perfect food for mm. In that food there is mysterious ttome thing which acientist hat found essential to the highest health of the human race and which tan I found nowhere ele. Men hae sought for centuries the fabled fountain of youth; the nearest approach to that fountain w hi h has yet been discovered is the udder of the row." Don't wait nntil yen arc ordered to a ututorium or a preventorium to leant that yon mast consume a liberal quantity of milk. Don't watt watil the physician order irilk. Use it now. If yon don't like it, yon can learn to like it, and yon will aoon be convinced of the MIRACLE OF MILK Barre Milk is the best milk, the milk of healthy cows. Miss Margaret Keefe of the high school faculty, who goes to her home in Waterbury Thursday, will attend the commencement exercises at the Castle- ton normal school, of which she is a graduate. Dev. J. 0. Angell, who was here to preach the sermon to the graduating class ami who lias taken some part in the Stowe high school graduating exer cises for 111 years with only three ex ceptions, returned to Moultonville, N. U., Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foster and Mrs. Edwina Harris, who were in Burlington Tues day, called on Miss Martha Curry and Mrs. Abine Warren at the Mary rietcn- er hospital. Mrs. Helen A. Wilkins, who has been at the Fanny Allen hospital 10 days, win pass tw weeks with Mrs. Fanny Chase in Underbill, before returning home. The funeral of William F. Jones, who died at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Burlington, was held at 10 o clock Wednesday forenoon at his home on west hill. Rev. M. E. Bacon officiating. The bearers were A. A. Royee, F. H. Wright. H. S. Matthews, Clarence Ben nettt, F. B. Van Dusen and T. L. Bcu- ehemin. The burial was made in St. Johnsbury. Among those here to at tend the funeral were Mr. Jones' par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones: Na than Jones; Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Blake of Sherbrooke, P. Q.: Mrs. May Calderwood and Mr. and Mrs. F. L Dennison and son of St. Johnsbury. Among those who accompanied the family to St. Johnsbury were Mr. and Mrs. Royce, Mr. and Mrs. Wright and Mr. and". Mrs. Bennett. Mr. Jones was t.'l years of age. He was born at Glen Sutton, .P. Q. He passed the most of his life in Troy and vicinity. He came to Stowe in the fall of 1016. He i married to Mrs. Julia R. Richardson November 22, 19li. Besides his wite he leaves two children by a former marriage, .Miss Gertrude Jones and Gordon Jones of Woodsville, N. H. The members of the senior class were entertained after class dav exercises Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. H. G, Smith, who was assisted by Mrs. Philip Kaiser. The affair was arranged honor of Mrs. Smith's sister-in-law Miss Gladys Smith, and Mrs. Kaiser's son. Dennis Kaiser, who are members of the graduating class. Refreshments were served. SLEEP LIKE A TOP There is nothing so essential to good health as good sound, refreshing sleep. This you cannot get if your stomach, liver or kidneys are out of order. It's an easy matter to keep these impor tant organs in good condition if, when they are not working properly, you will take for a few days from 10 to 20 drops of SEVEN BARKS in a little water after each meal. It is a safe and remarkable remedy, scientifically blend ed from the extracts of roots and herbs, ajid has stood the test for near half a century; If you want to "sleep like a top," as the old saying goes, you must take good care of your health. SEVEN BARKS comes direct from Nature, and is a most valuable remedy in the home treatment of chronic dis orders, such as indigestion, constipa tion, rheuniutism, liver, kidney an! stomach troubles. As a tonic and gen eral corrective, K UAKko is without an equal, and should be in every hnnic. It is nature's way of sup plying tone and strength and over coming disease; Sleepless nights will cfiuse you to get up in the-morning, tired and unre freshed, with a dull, heavy head, de spondent, etc., these are symptoms of deranged stomach, an inactive liver and kidneys.. SEVEN BARKS will help remove the cause of these troubles. It acts gently and safely, but very ef ficiently. At druggists', Price, tSO cents. Adv. , RANDOtPH Miss Jessie ' Morgan Died Yesterday, After Much Suffering. Miss Jessie Morgan, who has been ill at the home of Mrs. S. C, Gabrielle for several months, and under the care of a nurse, passed away on Wednesday morning. Miss Morgan had lived in Rochester for many years but recently rented her house there and for some time had made her home here. Her dis ease baffled the skill of the phy sicians,, and they were unable to' de termine the cause of her illness. The funeral arrangements are not mude known, but it is expected that the re mains will be taken to Rochester and the funeral held there with burial be side friends. WATERBURY i ne .vnsses Aiida fairlianks an Marjorie Perrin of Greensboro, stu ilcnts at the ('niversity of Vermont have been quests of Miss Katherinc Hayes. Miss Elizabeth Met.cer of Amster dam, N. Y., who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. ti. Adams, officiated as organist at the Methodist church last Sunday in a very adaptable manner. One hundred and twenty-five attend ed the meeting of Winooski lodge, No. 49, F. and A. M.. Friday evening; 0 being present from Morrtsville. The W. M. degree was worked on two can didates, the work being done by An drew Sullivan, D. D., of Lamoille county. Dr. C. IL Burr, district health officer and Miss Boomhoover, public health nurse, made a tour of medical in spection in part of the Dux bury schools on I uesdav. The funeral of Mrs. Joseph Freeman was held from her late home at the Center Tuesday afternoon, Rev. J. G Sallis ofliciating, assisted by Rev. G. H i'ke. I lie learers were Leon Hull, Carroll Webster and Harold Wclister of Springfield. Mass., EriiPst Cameron and James Cameron of Favstou and Homer Freeman of the Center. Fred Davis of North Dtixbury makes rapid gain now and is able to took after his work. The young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kennedy has Ix-en named Ruth Mary. June 15 is the big Guernsey day at Winnisquam farm, owned by Mark 11. Moody. This farm is located on tlte Roosevelt national highway in the Wi nooski river alley. The sikwss of the recent farm bureau meeting, held here, show the interest of this locality in agriculture and it is hoped many of the local people will show their inter est as well as those who wish to start purebred herds. There will be sold at this auction a choice selection of cows, heifers and bulls strong in the Jilood of such noted sires as Barrington May Kins, Imp King of May, Imp Mashers Galvoc, Imp Mashers Sequel, Governor of the Chene, King of Cliil-mark. CANT BEAT "HZ" WHEN FEET HURT Tii" for Sore, Tired, Pufle4-Up, Act tag. Calloused Feet or Coma. You can le happy-footed in a mo ment. Use "Til"' and never suffer with tender, raw. burning, blistered, swollen tired, smelly feet. "Tit" and only "Tin" takes the pain and soreness out of corns, callouses and bunions. A soon as you put your feet in a "Til bath, you lust feel the happt ness oaking in. How good your poor old feet feel. They want to dance for jov. "Tit"" is grand. "Tiz' instantly draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up yiur feet and t-aue ore. inflamed, ai hiag. sweaty, smeny leei. t;et a box of "Tiz" at a"ny drug store or department store. Iiet instant foot relief. Lauch at foot sufferers who complain. Because your feet are'neer, I never going to bother or make you limp any more. Ad t. GOODYEAR TIRES We carry the Goodyear Tirea and Tubes, Patches, Cement, Tire Putty, Radiator Cement, Horns, Tire Chains, Cross Chains, Light Bulbs, etc. Come fcere for you ant want. Lcc & Clara B. Shortt Marshfield. VL W'ARREIS. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Bucklin of Rutland, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tillotson. called on friends here Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Eaton and daushter. Grace, of Tennessee and Mrs Luther Savage and son of Omaha visit ed several davs last week at Luther Colby's. Mr. Seymour has been secured to occupy the pulpit at the Congregation al church for the summer. Rudolph Drew of Springfield co-operative school spent Memorial day with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Howe and two children of Tunbridge and Mr. King of Sutton. Mass.. sent Satur day at Andrew Church's. George Long was reported on the sick list last week. t Judson Richardson visited in Waits field recently. Cloise Robinson and grandmother, Mrs. Emma DeLong, were in Bristol Saturday, returning Monday. Mrs. Mary Turner of Winooski is visiting her" son, Frank Turner, and w ife. E. H. Richardson entertained a party by serving sugar on snow May 30. Can anyone lieat It Mrs. W. H. Trask was in Montpelier Saturday to attend the graduating ex ercises at Montpelier seminary, where her daughter, Josie. graduates from the teacher training class. Mrs. Marguerite Bin-key of. Pitts burg, Pa., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Rockey. The Philathea class tendered Miss Mildred Moore a linen shower at her grandmother's. Mrs. Matilda Moore, on May 2fl, in honor- of her approaching marriage to Mr. Kenyon of Richmond. A short literary program was given. after which refreshments of k cream and rake were served. Mr. and Mrs. William Carry of Rochester were recent visitors of Mrs. Matilda Moore. The entertainment given at the town hall hv Mr. Fish was verv much en joyed. His readings were all good. WORCESTER The funeral of the late Dr. E, O. Blanchard will be held on Fridiiv aft ernoon at the home, and tlie Tisler, Mrs. Fitch, and husband are expected i r ..! lu uinve iroui uirao, anu ivtipiuiu r. S. Swett from Portland, Me. The daughter, Mrs. Swett, who is at Pitts ford, will not be able to be present Mrs. Nellie Banyea, a nurse at the 1 iltMlord sanatorium, has been in town for a few days, the guest of .Mrs. Mar ion Rumrill. Of! Wednesday she left accompanied by her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Smith, who has been passing the winter here, and will go to High- gate for a time. Mrs. Banyr will re turn to Pittsford. Rev. W. T. Sparhawk left Wednes day for Woodsville, N. H., where, tin der the auspices of the boy scouts, he will give his illustrated lecture, and be fore he returns home will go to North Stratford for the same purpose. Mrs. Edna Fairbanks left Wednes day morning, for Northampton, Mass., where she will pass a month with her son, freu 1'airhaiiks, ami family and tier daughter, Mrs. Lyndon 1 homas While absent Mrs. Lilla Dunham will occupy her rooms and entertain her aunt, who is soon to arrive from Springfield, Mass. About '!r ladies are now em ployed in' the glove factory here, and each week new hely is called and made acquainted with the work. It is understood that the manager ex presses himself as satisfied with the re- unlts thus far, and the outlook is prom ising, from his report. The Randolph rest room which has been supported by the board of trade and the King's Daughters largely, for several years, will be closed temporari Iv at least this week. It is a matter of regret that this course seems best but it is hoped that some arrange ments can be made later whereby an other room can be opened. CABOT Mrs. Emeline Jacobs, More Than 30 Years Resident Here, Died at Bane. Mrs. Emeline Jacobs, widow of the late Hoea Jacobs, passed away at the Barre City hospital June 1, where she had gone a few days previous for treat ment. Had she 'lived a few weeks long er, she would have reached her "Hth milestone. She was born in Barre in 1S42. The first of her married life w ith Mr.' Jacobs was spent in Calais anil they later moved to a farm on When the Breakfast Bell Rings I N the Great Cities and Suburban Towns every morning rain, snow or blizzard 365 days in the year thousandsof families reach out to the stoop and find waiting for them t their daily supply of Hood's Milk. Few of our milk producers hare hsd an op portunity to become acquainted with tire ast organization of human and mechan ical equipment necessary to get a can of milk to the consumer's doorstep, perfectly pasteurized, divided into eighty portions to fill eighty pint jars, that must be washed and . sterilized every day. . Though a!! other necessities for the morning , meal are purchased the night before, the consumer goes to bed confident that H. P. Hood & Sons will answer his call for sem'c with a pint of milk, delivered on the. third floor, for the baby when it cries at 5 am. H. P. Hood & Sons endeavors to give tb public exactly what it wants sure and prompt delivery, and a clean, pure, safe Milk. To do this the Company has had to invest millions of dollars in the construction and operation of some 132 country shipping sta tions and over 50 distributing stations and the equipment and apparatus necessary for their maintenance. This great development has been mad possible only by sound financing and proper provision for operation and maintenance. ' H. P. HOOD & SONS Dairy Experts "Masimuia Service to the Coasamtr threat a Ce-operatfon With ear Producers MIDDLESEX , Elbridce Burnham. who has been quite ill, threatened with pneunioniii, is better. Mrs. A. P. Bigclow was in Montpel ier Wednesday to attend the class diiy exercises at Montepelier seminary. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goodcnouch re turned from Boston to their home here! tli" bitt-r pnrt of last week. Mrs. Burnham of Marshfield is a northwest hill in this town, where for : guest of her son, Elbridge Burnham- , .1 1 1A-... J f: .1. I I lie anu wue. Miss Edna Walker returned to her home in Worcester Saturday, after spending her vacation in town. H. 0. Thornton spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents in White River Junction.' . Mrs. Adilie Dennison visited friends in Montpelier Friday night and Sat urday. Mrs. F. B. Miles was on the sick lU-t Monday. H. C. Thornton was in St. Albans Tuesday night and Wednesday to at tend the marriage ceremony of a friend. The village schools closed Friday with a picnic and Miss' Dorothy New man," the grammar school teacher, has , but it wasn't Ticcause they liked me; it returned borne. Mrs. George Herbert is ill with a bronchial cold. v.as only because 1 can sing. "O, I'm sure you're mistaken, dear." Sydney Bulletin. over 30 years she has hVed. Since t ueathof her companion; several years ago, she and her only child, Arthur, have remained on the farm, one child dying in infancy. She was devoted mother, a consistent (thristian and kind neighbor, seldom going far away from home. She was a member of the Congregational church and always en- oved a call f rum her pnssor, who vis ited her not Jong before her death, to whom she e.fl.iessid her firm faith in her.Redeemer. For several years her eyesight had been gradually failing, which deprived her of the privilege of reading her Bible. She leaves a broth er and son, who can truly fed their loss is her gain. Funeral services were held in the Congregational .church, Rev. M. W. Hale officiating. Her re mains were placed Jn .the .family lot in Lubot cemetery. Next Sunday. June 1.1, children's day will be observed at the Congregational j church with appropriate exercises. All children are rei(uested to meet at the rhurth next Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock for a rehearsal. Frank Merrill has gone to Bradford to work. Ernest William went to Btrre City hospital last week, where he under went an operation for appendicitis, be ing in a serious condition. At last re ports he was more comfortable. Henry Preston of Plainfield is board ing at Ralph Hoyt's. Mrs. W. D. Barr spent several days with relative in Barre last week. Sunday, June 'JO, the baccaulaurate sermon to the Cabot high school gradu ates will be delivered by Rev. E. L. Goddard in the M. E. chunh. Mrs. Wilber Howland and children of Barre were guests of her sister. Mrs. W.'l). Barr, last week. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perkins of Rrattleboro were guests at Lyle Hutch ins' the first of the week. A son was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Heath. VERSIHRE . Shool at the village and the Durgin hill district closed last Friday. Mrs. C. C. Titus sold her home plm-e and the Dearborn place to A. Com- j slock recently. Mrs. Conant has sold her woodlol to Mr. Clough of Lebanon. Don Orr was in Boston last week f with B. Goodrich and came home with a new Ford. Eliaa Lathrop has a new Chevrolet. X ;.'ai 1 fr!fll Appear At Your Best Imtantiy If yon receive a sodden caller or an unexpected in vitation you can (eel com f-H fident of always arpearins ei your om in vu. ... moment! it render to your skin a wonderfully pare. soft complexion that is Beyond comparison. Complimentary or Otherwise. ''They asked me to their reception, sns vtr: j The Army of Constipation Is Growing Smaller Every Day CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS are responsible. Not only relieve constipa- jfj mm, dui correct biliousness, sick headache, in digestion, sal- low skin A CARTER'S ITTLE IXElt PILLS jjP they never fail renews! of regular habits loliow. furcly vegetable. Small Pill Small Dose Small Price DR. CARTER'S IRON PILLS. Nature's great nerve and blood tonic for Anemia, Rhennaatlsm, Kervostsness, Sleeplessness and Female Weakness. rti Eg&rjA sSl'l Mrs. Georce Perkins of Walden was in town the Hist or the week at the iM ,( , Kisslire home of her daughter, Mrs. Rovce ; Talbert. A full house greeted Rev. and Mrs. John X. Miller, who spoke in the Con gregational church last Sunday eve ning. They gave a fine talk on the cus toms and wavs of the natives of India and their successful work among them, which was much enjoyed by all. They were entertained at the home of Mrs. Sally Lyford. B. G. Rogers was in Burlington Tuesday. The following sentence of 33 letters is the shortest known to contain all the letters of the alphalet: "A quick brown fo jumps over the lazy dog" People's Home Journal. MAN'S BEST AGE Mrs. Ada Witbam and her si-trr. Mrs. Hattie Wood, hate gone to Mont pier to work. I Air. and .Mrs. Itert Lwhardson arnl ' family of Rutland are visitinz their grandparents. Mr. ami Mr, ( shin A man is as old 9 his Organs; he R" har.ls.in. can vigorous and health v at Henry l.rey. Mr. and Mrs. H.n.l ! ;n...tt( ;rk..M. k.. i Grey and daughter and Mrs. An hie ' J " . T" . fc Saxhv and son of Worcester. Ms. wiou"K luin-iiona. rserp limited their parents. Mr. and Mrs. .J'OUf Vital Organs Deal thy With roret Grey. re-entlv. I Miss Gertrude Kay. who has been (till D MrflAl , r t ill with hwnmnnii is r-M--irt r-.l mmm a m mmmmai ua better. Mr. Mary Mavham. wh lias been ill. i imrn inff. Mr. Mark l.sid was in Monpiu r i Monday o br mother. Mrv Tke world's standard remedy for kidnv. Uiar Wiggins, who is ill with wiea- fcvar. t1ad4ar and tie acid trouble !. tine 1694 ; corrects disorders; stimaSatee I. F. E. Kncl noke Sunday f- vital rfwan. AD draggist. three antes. mr: to 1t.r gra-luaiing U- ol tlif Uak Sar sW mmm CM Ma.l mm Bijoii Theatre Entrance on Pearl St. Three Shows Daily, s:i5. :5 :3 PRICES: (including war tai) MATINEES: Aaatte lie Oiilarwi ISt EVENINGS: ASalls ic, CMIrfraa IS -To-day- Uig All-Slar Cast in the Fa mous N. Y. Stape Success "OLD LADY 3P I Thu is cn -f ht best fraUitva r- U mJ (or aome time. Dnn'l truss It. ALLIANCE." Frtaar. Jan It Madlaine Traverse in "THE HELL SHIP" A tai of nrn r' lave. A 1? -THK Pt.ACk MCCRLT" ami a NEWS PICTURE. Sataraar. Jaaa 12 Earle Williams in "THE FORTUNE HUNTER a frrTl'W .1frT ywj w.!l r ' ROHIN OMHtV ene " LK.H1MM, I KRYlE.- Real Piano iisic in Your Home Why not enjoy a real piano in your home? One that every member of your family can play any music at any time. With one of our famous Player Pianos and a few rolls of good music that we furnish, you can and will enjoy piano, music in your home every day in the year. Come in and let us demonstrate our pianos to you and explain our easy payment puan. Bailey's ilsic Rooms 118 North Main Street, Barre, Vt.