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A Lucky Sign
OEE the poster shown below on the windows of
leading electrical, hardware, drug, auto acces
sory and sporting goods dealers, who display the
Eveready $10,000.00 Cash Prize
Contest Picture
THIS ii only a black and white illustration. You'll Irt
many a valuable suggestion .torn the lull utm. color
reproduction in Eveready Dealers' window,. Seems the
Mimnlelt line of Evereadr Daylo and talkint to the dealer
will alio help. Today go to the itore showing thia picture
lore on the window study it careluiiy--get rra -
Official Contest Blanks and send in your
many si you tike.
i tne letter say r i s&t r
V ft. . -T BBI V W -'Bata aW
What does
SI 0,000.00 in Cash Prizes
$3,000.00 First Prize $1,000.00 Second Prize
. . - m t r . Mfrt J1
TYjrt-f An jlnm of$500.UO each and 99 otner cash awards jrom .ou.vj
fo $10.00104 dunces to win a prize .
LOOK at this picture; use yoiif imagi-
nation; think up a good answer in
twelve, words or less, to the question,
, What Does The Letter Say" ?
Before you write your answer to win
;one of these big cash prizes get. a more
thorough idea of the picture. It's shown
in colors in the windows of the dealers
named below, who will supply Official
Contest Blanks Free. Rules and Con
test Conditions printed in full on the
Remember there is absolutely No cost;
No obligation. Men, women, boys and
girls young and old all may enter
without cost.
List of Prices and Contest Conditions
I First Prise ..$.1030 09
I Second P-ire ma.93
t Pnsrs '.0 09 -ch 1100 00
4 Prises $2S(03 rich.... 1000,09
I Prises $.'00.00 each.... 1000 90
104 IJze - -
10 Prtz-S!C9(M earh. .. SlflOOOO
10 Prises $ 50 00 each.... SOQ.OS)
20 Prises I M 00 each SOO.00
SO Prises 10.00 each. ... SOOOO
. . . $10,000.06
ANSWERS will be judged by the editora of
f- not mora than 12 woroa.
LIFE" and must etntaia
Hyphanated words count aa one word.
If two or mora contestame submit the Identical answer selectea vy w
judgea for any prise, the full amount of the prise will be paia to ssw
Contest ends Midnight. August 1. !. Post mark will determine il letter
has beca mailed before close of contest.
These Dealers Show The Evekeady $10,000.00 Cash Prize Contest Picture In Colors On Their Windows
C: W. Averill & Co., Main Street Geo. W. Lander, 100 Main Street
Barre Electric Co., 135 North Main St. The Electric Store, 14 Elm Street
E. A. Drown, 48 North Main Street
Peck Brothers Co., 108 Main Street
Ed. T. Seguin
For Vacation Days and Nights
THINK of the convenience and safety in
having Eveready Daylo, the dependable,
windproof, fire-safe light.
Compact 6tyles which give big service and take
small space in your equipment are No. 2619
Take an extra battery, too, the long-lived
Eveready Tungsten.
of National Carbon Company, Inc.
The Liftrtt that yit--
'Therm It !.'"
Percy lFevre and Miss Km ma San
der both of Northfield, were married
at 9:30 Monday morning in .St. John's
church, ,Rev. J. A. Lynch performing
the. ceremony. They were attended by
Mi Ina Sanders,, gutter of the bride,
and Roy Tatro.
Miss Adelle. McOonnachie of Spring
field, Mass., i at the home of her Hunt,
Mr.. C. A. Pluniley, for a part of the
school vacation.
Mrs. M. P. Blake and daughter, Miss
Euth Iilake, of Hartford, Conn., are
viftiting in town, guests of Mrs. Blake'
sinter, Mrs. V. H. Hardin.
Mr. and Mrs. Hale K. Darling of
Chelsea were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Goodrich over Sunday.
A son, James Kdward, was born to
Sir. and Mrs. Michael Mnltese Thurs
day. Mrs. Maltese as formerly Miss
Eva Broggi.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Davis of Lvn-
donville were guests of .Mr. and Mrs.
W. V. Harwell over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sanders and
J. L. Tucker of Worcester, Mass., have
returned and opened "Hillcrest" for the
Ransel Warner, who came from Chi
rs;o. 111., to visit his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Warner, uuderwent a surgi
cal operation at Heaton hospital. The
operation was made necessary because
of internal injuries received while
bowling. He is making satisfactory
Mrs. Grace T. Breck. accompanied by
bcr son. Roger, have pone t. Klttdgcit's
1-snding, Lake Sunanee, N". H., for tie
slimmer. !
Mrs. R. C. Kimball and children, w ho j
lave been visiting at the mme of her
parents, Mr. and Mr. K. .1.. Houston.
have returned to their home in Swan
ton. Mrs. P. Flood has gone to Brattle
boro, to spend a few weeks with her
son and family. .
John F.. Plunkett lias resigned as
street commissioner for the village of
Northfield. Kdward Kelty has been
elected to take his place and has as
sumed his duties.
Miss Kmma I.. Davis gave a lunch
eon Jit her home on Prospect street
Saturday noon to Mis Bcrnice Cross,
in honor of her approaching marriage
to Lieut. Philip M. Whitney.
Mrg. H. 1. Cutting, daughter, Mrs.
Laura Wells, and daughter. Dorothy,
have returned from Woodstock, nud
are at their home on Highland Se
nile. Mrs. Wells has lieen teaching in
the public schools of Woodstock the
paU year.
Miss Marion Burns of the iniersity
of Vermont, Burlington, is at the home
of her" parents, Air. ami Mrs. .1. L.
Burns, for the summer vacation.
Mrs, .1. C. Donahue was in St. Al
bans ovca Sunday. Her daughter. Miss
Marv. who teaches in that citv, re
turned wirti her mother for her vaca
tion. Mies Florence Strong of Burlington
has been visiting her mother, Mrs. H.
TV. Strong. From here she went to
Prof. A. W." Peach
Vfra lus,-li .ml fin tiave mine to Rrat. i f
tlcboro to Kitend the college vacation!
at their umnier home.
Miss Madine Boardman has returned
from Burlington, after completing her
second year's course in the University
of Vermont, and w ill resume her mu
sic classes for the summer.
Mrs. W.' I). Bangle and Miss Alice
Barrows went Wednesday to Sugar
Hill. X. H.. where they have employ
ment at the Lookoff house for the sum
mer. Community club. Xo. 4, met Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. B. (J. tiodfrey.
Work on aprons was furnished. The
meeting in two weeks will be with
Mrs. Maude Pike.
Mrs. A. P. Cate and daughter. Mari
on, who motored here from Fitehburg,
Mass., were accompanied bv the for
mer' father, Cassius Scnbner, who
has visited Mrs. Cate in Fitehburg.
A. D. Lynch, manager of the Mt
Mansfield creamery, returned Tuesday
from a business trip-to lioston.
Mrs. Florence Atkins of Waterlmry
is spending a few days in town on
K. A. Tilton is moving to West ford.
Mr. Tilton is taking his stock w ith him
and will secure someone to take charge
, of his farm on F.dson hill.
Miis Dorothy Harris and mother,
Mrs. I.. L. Harris, motored to Burling
ton Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Far Evans of Middle-
accompanied bv '""T " gsts of Mr. and Mrs. H.
1 ' ' A I I -P.. l
Miss Mariorie Young, who recentlv
I graduated from the I'niversitv of Vrr-
hcen mont , is visiting Miss Madine Boii'd-
July I. The farm, formerly known es
the Charles Hale farm, was purchased
of C. H. Chapman in the fall of llHMi.
Mrs. William Cuvette has moved
from K. J. Hulilen's tenement to Stowe
Forks. Mr. (iuyett has employment
in Plattsburg, N. V.
'Mrs. K. W. Moulton of Moscow is
visiting her daughter in Ijiwrcme
Mass., on her way to liar old home in
Maine, for the summer.
Mrs. Clifford Pfaff anil son. John, of
Grand Haven. Mich., came Wednesday
to visit her cousin, Mrs. H. L Sh:iw,
and family.
Mrs. Lewis LatmTi and her brother.
Mrs. Ravmo, were visitors in Elmore
Wednesday. Mrs. Raynio, who has
passed three months with her daugh
ter, will remain at the home of the son,
Porter Shonio.
r i
. i
a 0 a sa aPls a I
Mr. Delia J. Gowdv. who has
tendmg the past two months in towni fan.
at the home of Mr.. M. M. Curtis, has j "rlo Kaiser of Chicopee Falls. Mas.,
gone to Melrose, Conn., to attend the: ho expects to pass the summer in
wedditu: of her niece, and from there ' Stowe. visited his uncle, P. S. Kaiser,
she u ill go to Baldwinv ille. Mass., to ! Tuesday.
I William A. Smith has sold his farm
' on west branch to Ralph Steens of
Essex Jum-l in. giving possession about
! spend some time with her cousin.
, .
i i 1 1
if you wanf
the genuine
in bottles
for the home
at soda fountains
and on draught-
n June !.". Mrs. Anna Burn-
li.un Ji ked live dishes of Senator ihin j
I ip t raw twrries in Mi. I Jf Chandler's i
garden. This year Mra licrries were
puked in the same garden June 2l.
"huh cue- t" prove that the straw-ls-irv
sean is five day later in this
- I ..... .I.., it . tukl .ur
Mr and Mrs t,.r"e sh.irtt of sh.r H" NfW York Cty alone from kid
.ti ere visitors at the home of Mr. ' ney trouble last year. Don't allow
iin.l Mr. Henry Kclion on Saturday, yourself tO become Victim by
t r,U have Iwen rnfuwi anrtouncing I a r-K- r.mrA
,, r-. fdin HJton Po-t of lUth,
. aed I vtiMiM slMn Ti!lt.-n. "
f Mr. and Mr. i.n I- Tiilots,n of
' ii('V-c-. f,nerlv .d this town
Mi. H..r UilJn of Fi:Ma. Miss..
. f r . H. rtry KfltnsV in June -JO
... r.. m,..hm ..ainnna w in j j-, atandari rems!y for ar'Jtvef,
I,.,s, T.y. jhTrT fcJdet and uric -cM trooNea.
xh ' w ': '".Holland a notmnal rtmr
-'"T C'1"" ,h Cr-5'r a .fa;-l : An drerrr.. threa GoarantMuL
(UU MAI vara Uat
l he msTriBe on June ct Miss ic
' r a lt.-irn.-e Pv-t. daughter of
eatnst this trouble by taking
Why not
Pick on Us?
WE'RE as anxious as can
be to give you informa
tion about the $10,000 contest.
Pick on us!
vDrop in as soon
as possible.
See the con
test picture in
our window first
then for con
test blanks and
come inside.
Mr. and Mrs. F.. L, Sanborn and
daughter visited friends in Burlington
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mills were in
Woodsville on business Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. .ferry Daxhner and son,
Kenneth, were in Barre Ttjursday.
Mr. and Mis. F. A. Burroughs and
son, Arthur. Mrs. .Phydula Burroughs
and Ixivell Frost took an auto trip to
Hanover. N. H June JD.
t). A. Preseott was in West Tops
ham Monday.
R. H. Blake has returned from a visit
with his son, Clyde, and family in Burlington.
Karle Brooks is visiting his grand
Annie Lee Hatch the Bride of
Reginald Lyman. '
The home of H. L. ITatch on Randolph
avenue was the scene of a very pretty
wedding on Wednesday, June 30, when
at 11 o'clock, Miss Annie Lee Hatch
and Reginald Lyman, the latter from
Wellcaley, Mass., were united in mar
riage by Rev. Fraser Metzger. The
parlor hud been beautifully decorated
with greenery and pink roses, and
in the corner was an arch of
green in which the couple stood
as the marriage vows were tak
en. The couple entered the parlor to
the, strains of the Lohengrin march,
played by Miss Irene Chandler of
Strafford, and they advanced to the
place assigned them, where the officiat
ing clergyman gave the ceremony, us
ing the double ring service. The b.ride
was beautifully gowned in white silk,
with a veil caught with orange blos
soms, and waa accompanied by "Miss
Lois Hay ward, the maid of honor. J lie
latter was gowned in pink and carried
pink roses with green, while the bride's
bouquet wag of white roses. 1 he best
man was Paul Russlow, who haa been
with Mr Lyman in Wellcsley, Mass.
Following the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was served, and many of
the bride's most intimate young lady
friends served. ' Numerous and beauti
ful gifts from the friends all testify to
the love of a large circle of friends
of the bride here, where she has been
very popular. The, bride attended school
here, was graduated from the high
school and since that time has been
at home for the most part of the time.
The groom is from Rutland, was a Xor
wich university student and is now lo
cated in Wellesley, Mass., where they
will go on their return. Among those
from out of town were the mother of
the groom, the grandparents and many
friends from Rutland, Mrs. William
.Hatch and Miss Louise Hatch from Ar
lington! Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Chandler,
Miss Irene Chandler, Mr. and Mrs.
Moore and Miss Marjorie Stone from
Ktrafford, and others.
two weeks' visit in Warren and North
field on Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klliott of Clare
mont closed a visit of a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Paine on Tues
day and left for South Royalton, where
they will .visit relatives, before going
to their home. .
Henry Walcott left Tuesday for
Lowell, Mass., to pass a few. days in
the city. .
See the Goldwyn picture, "The Girl
from the Outside," in Marshfield F'ri-
day evening, July 2. Admission, 25T
and 50c. War tax paid. You will nevei
know what happened to "The Girlfrort
the Outside" when five crooks fell il
love with her at the same time, untii
you see Rex Beach's powerful drama ol
the north in seven reels, -shown hen
Friday evening by Carbee. adv.
The standing grass on the so-called
Loren Magoon farm, near Cook villo, i
for sale, or would hire mime cut and
put into building's, inquire of H. A.
Phelps, Bnrre, tel. 314 11.
Hew Hair Growth
- After tiftlDHESS
Mr head at tha top and back wai absolutely bald. Tha tralp
waa snioj. An expert said that as ha thought tha hair roota were
ztiart, and thero waa do hope of my erer having a new hair growth.
riant growtn or soft,
Tha pictures shown
Tat Bow, at an are over 68, I hare a luxuriant growth of soft.
Strong, lustrous nairl o tracai oi newness.
Mrs. Louis Oalarneau of Detroit,
Mich:, . and her daughter, Mrs. La
Marche, of Montreal closed a visit of
a few davs here on Wednesday and
left for Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Osgood left here
Wednesday for Vancouver, II. C, where
Mr. Osgood went to look after business
interests. '
Miss Helen McCuin,- a teacher in
Greenfield, has come to pass her- va
ration here, with her sister, Mrg. Rich
ard Rowell.
Mrs. Rosa Roys of Northfield Farms,
Mass., arrived here tin Wednesday aft
ernoon to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
P. B. Danicla,
Mrs. J. B. Adams of Wtttertiury is in
town fpr a few days' visit with friends
and relatives, having lived in this town
for many years. '
Mrs. R. H. Moore is in Montpelier
this week attending the Kpworth
league institute, now jn session at the
Miss Ruth Clapp. a teacher, on her
way from New Bedford, Mass., stopped
off and was the guest of Mrs. Richard
Rowell and Miss McCuin, and Wednes
day went on to her home in Montgm-j
ery to pass the vacation. I
I'hoeni lodge. F. and 'A. M.. held a '
very pleasant meeting on 'Tuesday i
night when 'the degree ws' conferred ,
upon three candidates. The Waterbury j
lodge, with Charles. B. Adams for wor-i
shipful master, conferred tk degree j
on one. Brookfield, with .Wither Bige-1
low for master, officiated in the sec
ond case, and the local .team worked
the degree on the third. It was a
pleasant occasion and well attended.
Mrg. K. L. Mclntyre, who has been ifl
Burlington for the last few days, re
turned home on Wednesday, accompa
nied by her granddaughter, Klizabeth ,
f4udon who has come to pass some
time here with her grandmother.
Mrs. Cora Noble Hudson, after a two
months', stay with her mother Mrs. C.
K. Root, left on Wednesday for her
home near New York Citv. '
' William Itlanchard went to Boston I
on Wednesday, but is expected to re
turn for a longer stay with his moth-j
er, Mrs. Root.
Miss Marion Drew returned from a
her ar from mjr photographs.
Indians Secret o! Hair Growth
At a lima whrn I had become diaconragsd at ,
trying various nair lotions, tonics, specialists
treatments, etc., 1 came across, in my travela, m
Cherokee Indian "medicine man" who hid an ,
Aliviw ih.i V m fj.it miM 9,ajf vm h.i J
Although I had but little faith, I gava It a trial. Frem rteent pheto.
To my amazement a light iun soon appeared. It developed, day 7
day, into a healthy growth, and ere long aj hair was as prolific as la
njr youthful days.
That I uat astonuhid end heffy is erprttsittg my Malt of mini mildjv.
Obviously, tha hair roota had not been dead, bot were dormant in
the sralp. awaiting tha fertilizing potency of the mysterious pomade.
Z negotiated for and time Into possession of the principle for
preparing thia mysterious elixir, now called Kotalko, and later had
' .. . - . uiv rrciy. uui mio prw wem lurm nr rnrniiBi.
rMtt ani caia. Tnlt mjr ow htfr f rowta w permanent has been amply preyed.
Many zaoa and Women, slio children, have reported satisfactory results from Kotalka,
How YOU May Grow YOUR Hair
My honest belief is that hair roots rarely die erea when .
the hair falls out through dandruff, fever, excessive dryness
or other disorders. I have been tola Dy
experts that often when hair falls out
the roota become imbedded within the
scslp, covered by hard akin, so that they
remain for a time like bulba er aeeds in
a bottle which will grow whan fertilised.
Shamnooa (which contain alkalis) and
hair lotions which contain jkdhol are
enemies to the hair, ' aa s9t dry it,
making it brittle. Kotalks contains those
elements ef nature which give new
vitality to the scalp and hair.
F. G. fUaeeU.
ramming m
Iwia, Barre
Drag Cew. E.
A. Drawn.
fssJ 9WQty afWgJ fft9tf)
rtrywhT In Amork-sj
ftet a box of the genuine Kotalka at a reliable druggist'a
1300.00 GUARANTEE with each box. A small testing bos
ef Kotalko (with testimonials, etc.) may be obtained by send
ing tea cents, silver er slam pr, -to top addreas below.
For women's hair.
JOHN HART BRITTAIN, Station F, New York City
Cottage in the Green Mountains
for Sale or to Rent at a Bargain
Ideal Summer cottage on Lake Elmore, four miles from
Morrisville, Vt., with six sleeping rooms, one large sleep
ing porch, one living-room, one dining-room, kitchen, and
large piazza; also garage, barn, boat house and several
boats ; high elevation, pure spring water, excellent fishing,
and beautiful drives to many interesting points, including
Mount Mansfield, Caspian Lake,' and State Capitol. Mails
ftwice a day. '
Strong Hardware Co., Burlington, Vt.
parpritn. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Brooka,
in Bradford.
U. M. Biirroujjli and family of Barre
were here wont I v, brineing honw Mrs.)
JRobury. Mw. A grandmother In Rox j
bury wriuv : "I put erratt faith in your med-
irine. and one of my children was dymir.
The doctor said ahe rould not live until
wtornina. and I ran out to the drug store, j
am a bottle of Dr. True Elixir, waa so ea- i
sited I cava her the half of the bottle at
once, and at niaht 1 rave her the other half. I
I thought it's either kill or cure, for the dor
tor aya she ia dying anyway, but. ahe did
not die. She went to sleep, the first sleep for
a week, and the next morning she pasaed
two worms, red In color, six inchea lensr. I
The doctor came to aee if ahe waa deed, but !
k ran nut nrettv auirk. aa ahe waa aittine I
I In mr . Mlin. twtmrt nf Mtm.il mnA
milk'. That waa twenty-four yea re ago, and i
now she haa baby eriri of her own, seven I
months old, who kt also using Dr. Truc's i
I Elixir." (Name oft request) I
Constipation. headaches, tired feeline,
.Johnson, who ha l-on kf.pinir home weakness, anote before the eyes, bad breath.
. . ... , .. , u . ..... I slwnleenrs, irritability, ditaineaa. and many
for her Mt-tor at Mt Barn- for a tew otr tigla of ,,cknw.. r. t relieved, if'
dava. I you take the prescription known as Dr.
I. K. Tape ha moved here with hia
family from West Topsham and is oc-t-iipving
the Davis jdm-p.
V.. - SanlMim and family and Miaa
Lvle Trcwott are eiidins a few day
at their t. ttajre at Lake Morcy.
Trues Elixir. The Family t-aative and
Worm Expellee. It haa done much for sick
people, men. women and children, ever eince
1H6I over aa yean' reputation.
Take Dr. True'e Elixir aive it U your
fhildren The Kamily Laxative and Worm
Expeller. AT AI L DEALERS". Dr. J. r.
True at Co., Auburn. Me. Adv.
Special for This Week
Mony-saving sale of Shoes and Stockings. Buy while
they're low, you'll not regret it.
Men's High Shoes, were $3.30, now .$2.79
Men's High Shoes, were $2.15, new $1.83
Men's High-Shoes, were $1.55, now $1.29
Boys' Shoe?, were $3.00, now $2.65
Youths' Shoes, were $1.65, now $1.39
Youths' Shoes,-were $1.30. now $1.10
Ladies' Oxfords, were $3.67, now. $3.10
Ladies' Oxfords, were $2.50. now .$2.10
Ladies' Oxfords and White Pumps, were $2.35, now. .$1.98
Ladies, High Shoes, were $4.75, now $3.98
Ladies' High Shoes, were $3.25, now $2.77
$2.00 Values, now " $1.79
$1.80 Value, now $1.53
$1.15 value, now ' .9Sc
$2.10 value, now.... $L79
$1.45 value, now $1.23
Men's, per pair 3Pc
Women's and Children's, per pair, at .25c
This lot we had if stock thus enabling to sell at such low
prices. Call now.
McAllister Bros.
M'i-s- m.
trrtato are r. ns r jr irt. L1 fT ,
i itmi'U
T-r tar ikit
wierfew esa
( idearftfes ua
as Dawl Drml-era
Here ii a Liberty
Daylo compact,
powerful.. Spring
clip and hanger or
uae any and every
where. We should
like to show you our
complete Daylo line
o that you can talk
intelligently about
Daylo in your an
swer to the contest.
Barre Electric Co
Tel. 98, Barre
Montpelier Electric Co.
Tel. 26, Montpelier
To-day Only
Matinee and Evening
What Does Your Husband Do
A Production Chuck Full of Delightful Humor Good Wholesome Comedy of the Kind That These Two Stars Have Al
ready Become Famous For.
This Will Positively Be Shown Both at the Matinee and Evening Performances No Disappoiptment This Time
Also "THE WHIRLWIND NO. 2" If you want action sec this and the latest news in pictures
MATINEE at 2:.10; Admission Children, 10c, Adults 15c, Tax paid
EVENING, 6:13 and 8:.10; Admission ' Children, 10c, Adults 20c, Tax paid
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