THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE, ' VT., SATURDAY, JULY " 3,. 1920.
1 AnJ Backache Stepped After Short
Treatment with "FKUIT-A-iivm
MoretoTni, Vermont,Marcli27th 1918.
"I am warranted in having the
strongest faith In 'Fruit-a-tives' after
receiving such wonderful benefits
from them. Foryears, I was a sufferer
with Kidney and Liver Complaints.
My back ached ; my liver was
sluggish ; and my whole system
seemed out of order.
'Fruit-a-tives' wa3 the only remedy
to help me. They strengthened the
kidneys, made my bowels move
(regularly and freed me of all the
distress catlsed from the kidney
trouble, constipation and indigestion.
A few weeks' treatment with
'Fruit-a-tives' made me feel as if I
had a new lease on life, and I am glad
to make known the great value of
' these Fruit Liter Tablets".
f 60e. a box, 6 for f 2.60, trial size 25c.
I At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES
Limited, OGDENSBUEG, N. Y.
' Mrs. Joseph McGranalian of White
Kivor Junction is upending the week
with her father, (i. L. Purker.
.WtMih tr,rnriHlian ha an Oakland
f.'ar. He was in town with it thin week,
t Rosalie ButterneUl of Bradford ia
Impending the week with Mrs. Clarence
itonp. She goea to Burlington next
f .ionday to attend the summer school.
She has been enpaed to teach the
school at Cooksville for the enmiing
Mies Olive Hat-Imps has received the
-'ppointment of postniihtress at Cor
inth. C. T. Sargent resigned. She as
Vumed her duties of same July 1. Her
father, (i. Bert Hastings, is her assist-
Merlon Cutler of Kas-t Barre dropped
dead on Tuesday evening in the road
near David Ward's. He and a nephew
had spent the day trouting in that vi
cinity. The body was removed to his
home that night.
Mrs. Sidney Sevene is visiting his
brother's people near Boston.
Abe Jacobs and son, Jamie, have
opined a sale stable at Bradford.
The West Corinth Dramatic club
pave it play. "The School at Blue
berry Corner," at Kast Corinth on
Natalie Blake of Bradford is spend
ir.g the week at (i. . A. Parker's and
Charles K. White's.
At the. .annual . sc hool . meeting of
Corinth academy Hnd Cooksville graded
school on Wednesday evening, the fol
lowing officers were elected: Moderat
or, Joseph Lord; clerk nnd treasurer,
Mrs. Karl 1?. Hustings; director for
three vears, (I. I,. Parker, re-elected;
auditors, (J. B. Hastings. Mrs. Anna L.
Uridge and Mrs. Anna Chalmers.
K. K. Munn, K. V. D. carrier from
Bradford, takes dinners at J A. Par
ker's during the absence of his wife,
who is visiting her sister. k
(i. A. Parker has a new span "f very
handsome bay work horses, said to be
William C. Felix and Mary Jane Car
rol$ of Woodbury Married.
Very quietly, and in the presencef
a small, assembly of relatives and
friends, William C. Felix and Mary
Jane Carroll, both of Woodbury, were
married in the Methodist church Tues
day afternoon, June 2fl, at 3 o'cock, Rev.
K.'L. Goddard officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Felix will make their home at the
groom's residence in Woodbury.
A letter containing the annual finan
cial report for last year, together with
the two budgets for this year's ex
penses, and explanation of the new
financial system with a pledge card for
eae.h contributor, were sent out this
week to the membership and constitu
ency of Methodism in Cabot. A pack
age of envelopes, dated and numbered,
will be delivered to each contributor by
the representative when he calls for
the pledge. Owing to the increased de
mands upon the church, the committee
in charge is very desirous that the
friends of the church make their con
tributions as liberal as possible this
year. This will facilitate matters and
help the committee to make a success
of this part of the church's work. Mr.
Goddard is planning to engineer the
campaign for and with the committee
this year, So that everyone who is will
ing will be given opportunity to help
and to do so regularly and methodically.
The campaign is to be put on next
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, July
7, 8 and 0. The parish has been di
vided in three districts aa follows:
Southern, H. J. Tibbets; eastern,
Charles S. Rising; western, Wen
dell P Hickie. Our friends are asked to
have their cads signed and ready for
the representative when he calls on
either of these days. Those desiring to
do so, may sign their cards and drop
them into the offering plate Sunday
morning, and save the agent calling.
Mr. Tibbetts, the secretary, will receive
nil moneys; send no money to the
The many friends of Mrs. Stephen
Ralston were saddened to learn of her
death which occurred at her home Thurs
day forenoon. Mrs. Ralston had been
very ill for the past six weeks, and in
spite of the best, of cae she gradually
lest strength. Much sympathy is ex
pressed for her husband and nine-month-old
daughter, as well as her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Welch. The
funeral service will be held Sunday aft
ernoon from the Baptist church..'
I Mr. and Mis. H. P." Ricker were in
' Keenc, N H., last week to nttend com-
! mencement exercises. 1 heir son,
I George, was a member of the gradu-
James Buz.i has moved his family
to Montpelier, his household goods go
ing by automobile truck and the family
Wednesday by train.
Mrs. George Kastman returned
Wednesday from a visit with her son
land family at Woodsville, N. H.
James and I'erley holey left Mon
day to visit relatives at Warren.
Miss Grace Dennis of Easthampton,
A mlnutt from turf e r aubwar ear I
fumed for comfort, conveaiorx and I
eourtasy. Kcfarnuhad. Ail Ui maU
eonTemoncM in ry room prompt I
aarric modrt pnew. European plan. I
SL.tiO a day nn and th nniqua raataaraot I
now on at Boatoa'a how itrarea, mhm I
tha choicest tha market affords la aervad I
ia quaint and beautiful aurroundinva 10 1
perfect nuac Dancinc and Cabarat.
Monday, July 5th
Come out and enjoy the day.
While in town come in and
lock over our line of Furni
ture. Lee & Clara B. Shortt
Spraying Materials j
Prc. Pry Arsenate. Iry Amenat and
Bordeaux. Blue Vitrei. SperiaJ discount on
N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephona
Not a 8o- ailed Appliance Math
Advartiard, ant a Real
The Coates Truss Has No
Springs, rio straps that chafe
The moat comfortable Trat made. It
con forma to the shape of the abdominal
wall ao perfectly it rannot be aeen
:Jreuith tha clothing.
Waiat measurement, statin-, whether
right, or left, or double, and money order
will brine it on 30-day trial, with money,
SINGLE TRUSS I7.H. IHRBLB TRIKS
H2.it. aent in private mailing paraart
SEND FOR IT TO-DAY. 8HOW IT
TO YOl'R PHYSICIAN. TRY IT. IT
MAY SAVE THE SIJRC.KON 8 KNIFE.
COATES. TRUSS CO.
P.O Box 1233, Boston l.Mass.
It BOYLSTON BT, BOSTON. MASS.
Continuing One of the Greatest Shoe
Offerings for Friday and Saturday
Civilian CHaTfcPC Civilian
Quality 5nUL5 Quality
Men's Civilian Dress Shoes. $9.00 value $.".69
Ladies Civilian Oxfords, $7.00 value 4.98
Men's Civilian Oxfords $7.00 value 3.75
Ladies Pumps and Oxfords -93
Indies White Shoes. $3.50 value 2.98
Men's Khaki Bluchers. $3.00 value 1.98
Men's Work Shoes, $3.00 value 3.98
Men's Dress Shoes, $6.00 value 4-19
Ladies House Oxfords, $4.00 value 2.98
Ladies Juliets, $4.00 value 1.19
Boys Shoes $3.50 value 2.49
These Shoes are direct from large factories to you. This
means an important paving for you.
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
IT WOULD BE WISE TO PURCHASE TWO OR
Barre Bargain Store
IL ZITER, Prop.
248 North Main Street
Mass.. in visiting hTf partnts, Mr. and
Jlrg. Richard Uonnin
Manlry Carpenter, who recently
moved Ins family to rosi im, w
in town the first of the week with an
automobile truck and moved the last of
Mra. Levi Wilson visited Mr. Wil
son's mother, Mrs. Caroline Wilson, at
l'iermont, N. H., a few days this weeK.
Miss Millier Frost is clerking in the
store of Lee S. Blanchard.
S. Anderson of Waterbury was in
town this week on business.
Jonn Goodwin of Washington, D. C
visited relatives here a few days last
week and this. Mr. Goodwin was born
and grew to manhood in this place, but
had not visited his native town for 19
Rov Hanchette has reowved notice of
his appointment as R. F. D. mail car
rier and has been assigned to route
No. 1 James Benzie, the regular car
rier on route No. 1,-will be changed
to route No. 2.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ricker went the
first of the week to Bristol, Conn., to
attend the wedding of their son, Isanc
Ricker, 'and Miss Emma Kiggs.
.A.hpwy .storm and downpour of
rain about o'clock Wednesday eve
ning interfered with the plans for the,
lawn party on the M. . E. church
grounds to the extent that it was held
in the church vestry. The rain. was
soon over, and a good sized crowd was
in attendance. Good music was fur
nished and all enjoyed a goxl time.
Nearly $23 was realized from-the sale
of ice cream. The committee in charge
expressed much satisfaction for the
liberal patronage, and also for the gen
erous response to all sol ictitat ions. '
Walter Whitihel! of West Topsham
ia visiting friends here.
Miss Lela Annis returned Wednes
day from a visit in Montpelier.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). E. Gordon have re
fumed to their home in Hillnboro, N. II.
Kenneth and Dorothy, their children,
will -remain for a longer v isit.
Frank Taylor of Hardwick, candi
date for Wnty senator, was in town
Wednesday .looking after his political
Rev. W. T. Bailey returned Tuesday
from his stay to Tennessee and other
points and will occupy his pulpit as
usual next Sunday, it being the regu
lar quarterly communion service.
. Miss Mamie RouhanJ went to Ken
nebunk, Me., Wednesday, where she
will spend the summer, in the family
of Dr. and Mrs. Merriam.'
Word has been received from Nau
gatuck, Conri.,' of' the death of Mrs.
Julia (O'Rourke) Foley, who was well
known to many South Ryegate peo
ple. Mrs. Warren W. Fox of Lowell,
Mass., is spending a few days with her
father, Dr. G. W. Darling.
Miss Elizabeth Hall arrived from
Miiindfcpolis Saturday last and left for
Albany, N. V., to day, where she will
i be one of the instructors in a summer
school for .teachers through July. 5
Mrs. Francis Ingraham is spending
a few days with bar mother, Mrs.
Culver, in Richford.
Miss Elsie Bailey of Philadelphia ac
companied her uncle, Rev. W. T. Bailey,
home, and is making a visit at the
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111mm IMMie mi muniv '
Me have been spending a week with
their parents and other relatives. Dr.
H. 1). Bone and wife of Gardner, Mass.,
were also in town one day.
S. F. McAllister of Woodsville, N.
H., spent Frida v with his father, J. D.
McAllister, trout .fishing, with most
excellent success. '
Mr. G. W. Darling returned , from
Hanover hospital Thursday.
Mrs. O. B. Exley and children ' of
West Barnct are "visiting Mrs. Eu
genia Exlcy this week.
Mrs. Carroll Courtney, and two chil
dren of Lyndonvilk; have beefl spend
ing a few days with Mr. Annette
Courtney at George Dunnett'a, return
From July 5 to Sept. l,.the postoftVe
will be closed each evening at 0 o'clock
except ' Saturdays. ' yj
Arthur Stone of St. Johnsbury was
in town Friday on business. .
The Joy OfA
Knituv . th inv ind
tannin rot that- -nmai
iv& a clIit of nnnlu mil
"Beauty. I he iott, dis-n
tinguished appearance it
.renders brings out your
natural beauty to its full
est. In use over 70 years.
Bj i mil nij n iHlliiaiiiiir'iiin mmmmLlmm
cial 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 $2.49
Men's High Shoes, were $2.15, new $1.83
Men's High Shoes, were $1.55, now $1.29
Boys' Shoes, were $3.00, now $2.6o
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 $1.75, now $3.98
Ladies' High Shoes, were $3.25, now $2.7
CHILDREN'S PUMPS AND OXFORDS
$2.00 Values, now
$1.80 Value, now.j .' $l.o3
$1.15 value, now. 98c
, CHILDREN'S HIGH SHOES
$2.10 value, now $1.79
$1.45 value, now $1.23
Men's, per pair 39c
Women's and Children's, per pair, at 23c
This lot we had in stock thus enabling to sell at such low
prices. Call now.
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON
Open Air In case of rain will be held in
Armory Hall, Montpelier
Monday Evening, July 5
at 8 o'clock
FRANK IE BURNS, lightweight, of Califor
nia, vs. HARRY STONE of Providence, R. I. 12
HARRY MARTIN, Providence, R: I., vs. JOE
LEONARD, Bantamweight. 10 Rounds.
CYCLONE (. LINN IE, of Montpelier, vs.
VALAISI, the fighting Italian of Barre.
DAVE SPICER AND JOSEPH G. ABAIR
Autos Parked Free
Grand Stand $2-20; General Admission $1.10; Prices in
clude war tax
$1.10; Prices inJude War Tax
Read This and Ponder Well
Note that these quotations are from the world's
- greatest food experts.'
'Tlie otrencth "of ft 'nation 'depends on the health and the strength of
the individual member. It matters not how wealthy a nation may be
come how large its cities, how vast its armies and nav.es; if the health .
oMU ' People I on the decline .it will rapidly perish and decay.'enj.
Disrae-U, prime minister of England. ' ;
' "The greatest thin we ran do to raine the "standard of public health
in this country, to increase the span of life, and to cause the people of
our counTry J maintain the' characteristic, of youth over longer period
is to change the diet and use. more milk, more green vegetables and less
meat." Dr. McCollum of Johns Hopkins University.
"Milk is the best food we have. Give your children milk, a quart a
day for every child if possible, pint without fail, l'lenty of milk will help
vou Rive all your children, both big ami little, the chance for health they
ought to have. Buy more milk and less meat and your family will be
better fed." United States Food Administration.
1 ' . ..."
"Milk more than any other food, combines most completely, and in
most "favorable form, at the lowest cost, all the elements needed to pro
mote growth and sustain human body. Milk has absolutely no substitute
for growing children. It deserves to rank, therefore, as our nioat impor
tant and necessary fod.' Dr. A. FA Woods, president Maryland State
"It is impossible to escape the conviction that, not only is milk a
cheap food, but it is a food whose value can hardly be estimated in terms
.of. dollars' and cents." Dr. Rose, Cornell University.
"The basis of child welfare is health and physics' development, the
foundation of child health lies in proper feeding. 1c "'s broad aspects
the proper feeding of children revolves around a public recognition of
the interdependence of humans upon dairy cattle. The white race cannot
survive without dairy products." Harbert Hoover, United .States Food
They Are the Men Who Know
If you value the health and welfare of your family, you cannot dis
regard their teachings. Kemember, there are six million children, one-out
of everv four in the United States, suffering from under nourishment,
and three hundred and fifty thousand of these die every year from no
other cause than improper diet.
Milk and dairr products contain a vital subtame called vitamines
that is absolutely essential for the child to grow, and the adult to have
BARRE MILK IS- MILK FROM
" This Shoe Store represents good Shoe Service, as dis
tinguished from mere Shoe Selling.
Good Shoe Service
means the furnishing of just the correct shoe suited to a
Merely to make a sale is not satisfaction to us and
merely to buy a pair of Shoes is by no means certain to
mean satisfaction to you.
We are able to guarantee good service in every
sense and every meaning because we are sure of our own
intentions and sure of the quality of our Shoes. May we
not hope that you will test our sincerity and our judgment
the next time you purchase Shoesi?
TILDEN SHOE CO.
187 North Main Street
Barre, Vermont .
We have a large complete line for the Fourth, j
Orders put up and reserved on deposit. Order j
early and make sure. j
Lander's Billiard Parlor j
Lander's Smoke Shop
. 92 and 100 Main-Street
il . I
Matinee and Evening
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Supported by a big cast of screen stars. From the
' great stage success of the same name
by Israel Zangwill
It's a Picture in a Thousand
It's captivating, tantalizing. It's good, clean, high
grade comedy, with just enough drama to give you
a chance to breathe.
SHOWN AT THE REGULAR PRICES
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