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THE UAHKE DAILY TIHKS, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY JULY 23, 1920.
Caring for Baby DuringHotSpells Da watchful of food and keep bowel open with Dr. Caldwell' A Syrup PeptinWt THE young mother soon learns from experience that summer days are often days that try her patience. The heat makes baby reevish, restless and cross. Foods that in colder weather were easily digested, now seem to cause distress. ,.m--.i Whether the milk or the OTiel ia at fault, tee that the bowel move reen larly. There is nothing that creates greater discomfort in the summer than constipation. It heala the blood and causes nervousness, headache, fever, colds and a host of minor ills. In these little ailments it is always well to sus pect constipation and give half a tea- spoonful of Dr. Caldwell's SyrupPepsin. It is a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, and the most ideal medicine you can five a baby. It Is mild and gentle in action, never gripes and tastes good. Mothers have had remarkable success with Syrnp Pepsin. Mrs. C. M. Newton of 2430 E. Third St., Dayton. Ohio, has a son who was constipated from birth. She tried many medicines and cave warm water injections every evening for weeks, without benefit. Then she bought a bottle of Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin at a drug store, and it proved effective at once. The boy is now seven, snd has not been constipated since. Wherever there is a baby these hot days there should be a bottle of Syrup Pepsin. Million of people of all ages suffer from occasional or chronic constipation. Let them send name and address to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, sn Washington Street, Monticello, III .. fnr a free samble bottle of his wonderful Srrub Pepsin. 8 million bottles were bought atdrug stores last year, the largest sale in the world. FREE WASHINGTON Rev. C. A. Simmons will preach in the Universalist church in Washington next Sunday morning upon the sub ject, "The Strong Man.'' A cordial wel come awaits all who attend this serv ice. Sunday school at noon. E. MONTPELIER CENTER FRECKLE-FACE Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots How to Remove Easily. Here's a chance, Miss Freckle-face, to try a remedy for freckles with the guarantee of a reliable concern that it will not cost you a penny unless it. re moves the freckles; while if it does give you a cfear complexion the ex pense is trifling. Simply pet an ounce of Othine dou ble trentlV-from any dninist, and a few applications should show you how easy it is to rid yourself of the homely freckles and get a beautiful complexion. Rarely is more than one ounce needed for the worst case. Be suro to ask the druggist for the double strength Othine as this strength in bold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove freckles. Adv. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer", on Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin' is gen nine) Aspirin proved nafe by millions and prescribed by physicians for over twenty years. Accept only an unbrok en "Bayer package," which contains proper directions to relieve Headache, Toothache. Karache, Neuralgia, Rheu matism, folds - and Tain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer pack ages." Aspirin is trade mark Bayer Manufacture Monoaceticacidester of ali'-j licaf id. Adv. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative i Accept "California" Sjttjj. w tin only look fof the1 name California on the package, then you are sure your child is hating the best and most harmless physic for the little atomacb, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Kull directions on each bottle. You must ay "California.' Adv. 1u COOL, AIRY flexibly knit garments that sbaorb jxripiraUon. For comfort's sake specif y MADEWELL UNDERWEAR TAUNTON KNITTING COMPANY Taunton, Mm rOR AIE BY F. H. Rogers & Co, Barre, Edgar Stoddard of Plainfield was at Herbert Kelton'a last week. The grange gave a wedding -reception Wednesday evening to Air. and Mrs. John Walker, who- were married in Burlington June 30, and a very pleasant time was enjoyed by all who were there, the rain keeping some at home. A fine supper was served, which was followed by dancing. U. 0. Me Knight, in behalf of the grange, pre sented the happy couple a set of sil ver knives and forks, with a nice speech, to which Mr. Walker well re sponded. Several were down from North Montpelier to assist in the good time and a number were over from Barre, including the Walker relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Townscnd and Mrs. Charles Lavigno. ...The occasion was one to be long remembered as a good time. Mrs. James Young returned home Monday from a visit of more than two weeks "with relatives at the Kabyan house, White Mountains. f. Mrs. W. L. Fletcher and two chil dren of Reading, Mass., returned home Wednesday from visiting relatives in town for some time. Mr. Fletcher, who came with them, had to return last week. Raymond Gallison carried a party to Willoughby lake Tuesday and left them, bringing back two other people in his automobile. A large number of young people went bv automobile to Willoughby lake laA Sunday. Among them were i V. Dudley, (ieorge and Charles Me Knight, L. 1 Young and Harold Chap ell and their wives, W. A. Foster, Miss Julia Foster, Miss Ruth IjeBaron, Merle Warren and Edwin Kent. William Parker is doing the haying for William Stanley. (ieorge .Goodwin of Montpelier is at the home of his grandfather Goodwin, helping hay.- Justin Barlier of Barre City wai a business visitor in town Tuesday Mr. and Mr. J. J. Williams of Mont pelier are at their camp at the Center much of the time now. Mr. and Mis. Charles MeKnight of Nortlifield are visitors at the home of his brother, George MeKnight. They came last week. Henry Batchclder spent the week end with a friend in Montpelier. , WAITSFIELD Beginning Saturday, July 2-1, all the stores in town will be closed from 12;M0 to 6 p. m., until Sept. 15. Miss. Ruth M. Joslyn was in Wa terbury .Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John linzel! and Mi Lena May were in Waterbury Wednes day. Mrs. Bert Campliell and daughter, Miss Helen, left Wednesday for their home in Omaha, Xel Miss Blanche McAllister Wednesday in Rutlsod. The Kistoflice will lie closed Satur day afternoon from Saturday, July :!, till Sept. l.V during the hours from 12:.')0 p. m. to 6 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C Gleason of Montpelier were in town Wedn'sd ly. Mrs. R. J. Gleason and Miss luisc Gleason are spending the week in Montpelier. Mr. W. E. .Tonea, Mra. O. G. Eaton and Miss Lula A. Jones were in Mont pelier Tuesday. At the Home circle supper, served at the residence of Richard Brown, by invitation of Mrs. Clara Miller, some 100 guests were served. At the busi ness meeting. Mrs. R. J. Gleason, who is one if the charter members, wa presented a silver spoon in honor ol her approaching birthday. It was voted to omit the regular Wednesday supper during the week of chautauo.ua. Mrs. Rome McAllister has returned from Montpelier. Mrs. Ida Vinton is at the home of rur father, (ieorge Hastings. spent I vi I O.' I i I I I v.. ?reople prefer i . nroviued dto rt t: prrper j-rforir.Aic: prove promitc. Bfrchan'a fi'At r? .ri by people &I crnrT the globe ar.i hare the U.T"st of ny tncdtaaa la tho war MI BEECW?S Mjr PILLS"5 10c, 23. Waitf Rier. This village lies in Tophm, A village quaint and old. Its scattered house number A score or more, I'm told. lxw hou-es flank the roadside, A road which winds away To meet the mity cloud lands. Where nmrnine sunbeams play. Below the road, the rher Iaps swiftly in its Iwd; A many are the brooklets By attach this stream i fed. Through clumps of trees the river RrlWts th sun's clear light; The lijhtring fUh of firrflies Al'ghts rts cnurae at night. fn brook and river hidden. By rixk. by trw and fern. The ary trout lies sporting At eery crook and turn. Jhme are hiHid n?ad". Wbef red the berrs flauwt. Still h'gbr stands the waple. The prwle of old Vermont. A row Hell tinkle faintly. A nr softly hum t He h. White mlodT of birds Fill all tn fort trees. I"trl ttiis atis. 'i fairer ran h fm.nl: Here Xat'ire d h'r rir K'f 5 t h"lT "KiP-l. - r. n. c Waf pr, 'air . fyi RANDOLPH Mrs. Martin Sumner and daughter of Braintree were in town on Thurs day, calling on relatives. Mrs. Alice Bruce left Thursday for Boston, where she will visit ber broth er, Carl McAllister, and, from there, will go to Philadelphia to visit her eld est son, W. H. Bruce, and family for two weeks. Mrs. Christine Bruce, who has been taking care of the child of Mrs.S. Swett, has gone to Vergennes and Mid dlebury for a few days' stay with rela tives, while taking a rest from hqr work. Dr. and Mra. Britten, the former of whom has purchased the business of the late Dr. Blanchard, have arrived here and. for the present, are boarding at Mrs. Smalley's, but later will occupy the house of Mrs. Blanchard. , Mrs. John Morrill, who has been here to via it her daughter, left Thursday for her home in Tunbridge. E. Rising, who had a serious oper ation performed on his mouth for the removal of a growth, went through the ordeal safely and is thought to be do ing finely. He was able to aee his sis ter, Mrs. Greene, on Thursday, and it is expected that he will be better in tho near future. Mrs. Clara Belle Simonds of White River Junction is the guest of licr aunt, Mrs. F. II. Ketchuni, for a few days. ' Mra. Harry Larose and children went to Montpelier on Thursday for a short stny with friends and 'relative. C. V. Griswold of St. Johnsbury was in town Thursday and is improving in health so he is -able to attend to his business. , Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Skinner of Cam bridge, Mass., arrived in towrl Wednes day, and will pass a few flays here with Mrs. L. S. Cleveland. Miss Mabel Nims, a former teacher in the high clmol here, has been the guest of Miss Mary DuBoia for two weeks and Thursday went to visit friends in New Hampshire, where she formerly lived. Misa Nims has been taking "a course of study in Chicago university and expects to teach this next year near Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Folsom, who live in the Bradish house, went to West New bury on Thursday to visit the former's relatives. . Mrs. Martha ' Williams went to Ridgetiold. Conn., Thursday and will visit relatives there and in other cities for an indefinite time. Mrs. Harry Chadwiek of St. Albana is passing -some time here with her ni'ither, Mrs. Clara Averill, and Thurs day went to Lebanon, N. H., to visit relatives and will also visit her broth er, Clifford Averill; in Claremont, N. H., before returning home. Mr. Flaton, the father of Dr. F. A. Eaton, died at his home in Brookfield on Wednesday, after a long period of suffering caused by the infirmities of age. During last "winter he and his wife passed the time with Dr. Eaton here, hut in the enrly spring returned to their home, but he had been failing rapidly up to the time of his death. Mrs. A. H. Powers returned from a two weeks' stay in Chelsea Wednes day, having formerly lived there many years. ' , .Miss Emma H. Flint arrived here Tuesday to pass a month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hale Flint. Miss Flint is employed in the war risk insurance department at Washington, D. C. Miss Anne 0. Bell has gone to Ban y. r. Me., to visit Miss Elaine Bass for -eeral weeks., , , . . l DELICIOUS! ' j i j 1 Your Grocer Sells It I f ' 1 K MADE BIT ! The WHIPPLE C9 NORTH FIELD Mrs. Sarah Hall, MVs. Daniel Hol land and daughter and Misa Edna Mc Phee have gone to Hunters' River, Prince Edward island, to spend a few weeks with Mr. and Mra. Dougal McPhee, former residents of this town. J. P. Rabidou baa returned from Melroso and Maiden. OIuss., where he went to bring Mrs. Rabidou home. She has been visiting . her mother. Mrs. Hurley, at the home of Mrs. Barker, also visiting other relatives in that vicinity for the paat few weeks. Misa Hortense Metcalf. who has been spending several weeks in town with her aunt, 'Mrs. .lame Holland, has gone to Pawling, X. Y. Mr. and Mra. Xeal McDowell, who were recently married in Windsor, have been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seymore, on I'nion street. Mrs. McDowell was formerly Miss Beulah Seymore of this town. Mr. McDowell attended Xorwirh university, but, for the past few months, has been employed in Wind sor. Mrs. Fredette and daughter of Bur lington have been visiting in town, guesls of her sister. Miss Evelyn Me lod, at the home of Arthur Cook. Dr. Laviolette and family of Wood slork and Miss Fanny Slayton of St. Johnsbury, recently visited at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Paddock. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hartwell have gone on a two week' trip to be spent in northern Vermont and New York state. Miss Mildred Kimball left last week for Boton, where she will visit friends, going from there to Xorth Adsms, Mass., and Ansonia, Conn., to pend a time with relatives. Ravmond S. Head of Milford. Conn., is visiting at the home of James Hedges on the In ion brook road. Mia Irene Biorklund of Woodhaven, I. I.. i the guest of her aier. Mrs. Harold Aldrich. at their home on Washington street. Miss Emma V' who makes her home with Mrs. F. X. Whitney, has pi.ne to her former home in Canaan, X. II. . for a int. Rny Spencer of Andover, Mass.. has been visiting in town, a guest of Rev. and Mrs. F. M. DeForest. Mrs. Stanley Coffrin, who baa been spending two weeks in town, a guest of Mi l"a Wood, at the home of Mrs. Bell Stone, haa returned to her home in West Roahury. Mass. Xeal W. Richmond, who ha heen at Camp Deen for the paM week, in connection with the annual must-r. h returned and gone to Orleans t re sume hi work as engineer in th state road depart me-nt. .Mrs. RM-hmond i ia Orleans with him. Mr. ". E toe nf Georgia has been spending a few day in lon iitmg her nw-". Mr. Henry Wheeler. ' Mra. Ale England has retutrd from IaVeprt, V. H.. whrm she ha tfvnd'ng I " ek w.th re.tiM. Mr. I ng'and etit to Iker.Tt un.ly srd a.-o'tripanie'l hi wife hie. Mrs Clara Hunter and danter. Mr. "harie Nsi!. of N r.ne ar t. V v ha hen s; a fw dars in t n. !! t 'nd r linnter i former retflent of th t"". CABOT There will not be any church serviivR or Sunday school at the Congregational church for three following Sundays, as Rev. M. W. Hale expects to be away on hia annual vacation. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Heath were called to Peacham Tuesday to attend the fu neral of a brother-in-law, Mark Adams. Edith Archer has purchased the farm recently occupied by Charles King. Howard Lance of Springfield lias been home, helping hia father do his haying. Mr. and Mrs'. E. P. Walbridge were visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ray Bolton, in Hardwick this week. ' E. A. Merritt took a party of five to Greensltoro recently in hia auto. Mrs. Flora 'Lam 'uid Miss Xcllie William, of HartUrd, Coin., were busi ness visitors in flainfield the first of t he week. Miss Roxy Talbert of East Montpel ier is housekeeper for her brother, Royee, in the absence of Mrs. Talbert at Pittsford. Principal C. S. Rising and family are away on a three weeks' tacation POSLAM STOPS FIERY STING OF ECZEMA "Just what my skin needed," will be your conviction aiter Pan Ism tut bwn spread gently over your itching erma. Unleaa you hv ever trud Poalam ym haven the faintest idea, how surely it works - how quickly it ooth and amoothea out all skin ailment. You don't know its con trol over the fiery panim of iM or atub brirn km and other blemishes. Put Pnalam to the tut. I'u-a out the hard eat spot you have and neit morninir look to c ImprovrmcnU TUouaanda have dona Uii to their lwtinc satisfaction. Sold everywhere. Kor free sample wrte to Emerwency I.abomiorie, 243 Wait 4Ttb at.. New York City. Adv. t Says Every Railroad Man Should Read This Peterson'a Ointment Co.. Ino.. Buffalo, N. Y. Dear Sirs: I was afflicted with what the doctor said were Vru-ce Ulcers, and up until about five weeks ago I have bnen treat ing them for about a ytar and five months. I VV lin ail inc uninwrnu s 'i l nx j' ' cribed to me by sever I doctors I received little beneht. and they kei.t spreading- ni Kve me much distress and caused me to quit my work. 1 waa induced by a brother brakeman to try Peteraon a Oir.tment. and attr 1 had used two boxe I saw wondirful reaulla. You can tell nuHerinr one troubled with lurly. painful and horrid ulcer that your Oint ment is a cure for them when everything e!e tila, aa I have trW about rA-eothing. Thankinr you many time over I w, your happy friend. Chas. J. Heyser. Banks Crek. Mich., 'i Glen wood Avenue. January 12. lam. "I know and down of people write rne." ays Peterson of Huffalo, "that Peterson'. Ointment also cures erwma. old rr. tall rheum, pile and all akin diseases, and all druira-tsta aeJI a hi box for ii eenU." Mail order filled by Peternon Ointment Co., Inc., Buffalo, N. T.-Adv. CONVENIENT AND SAFE n need for mntibrs n hen you hae IVk-o I.'cht. ,lti.t presa a -onvement button and you have im- '. mrdiate light, brigM. rrn and safe, .lust snjp a switch and have elec tric power for operating bght machinery. Write for Catalog VV. G. Goodwin MONTPELIER. VT. . MARSHFIELD Miss Stella Lakin of Keen.it, X. II., and Misa (Jcrtrude Lakin of Peabody, Mass., were guesta of their parents, Mr. and Mra. Charles Lakin, recently. Mrs. Andrew C'orlias ia seriously ill with bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Allan Darling and daughter, Doris, of Boston visited at Lee Shortt's recently. Mr. and Mra. Dennis Laiuberton re cently visited her mother, Mrs. Flor en;e Hurnham, who returned with them to their home in Lowell for a few weeks' stay, y Miss Leola Taft has given up go ing to the mountains and is working for Mra. VV. E. Rosebrook during her vacation. Miss Carrie Bockley and mother and sister, Mrs. Thurston of Barre and Mrs. Martha Carpenter, left Monday lor Ferry beach, Me., for a month's stay. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Prouf.y and daughter, Helen, left Sunday for New York, where Mra. Prouty has gone for treatment. , A. T. Davis was in camp at Lake Croton over Sunday. Miss Margaret Blair and mother of ISnrnet are caring for Mrs. Corliss, who ia ill. Mrs. J. V. Bouldry waa in Walden recently to attend the funeral of her cousin, George Kastniar. Mrs. Susan Thomas acting as li brarian during the atasnce of Mrs. Furness. Mrs. J. W. Sulhant is nursing In Calais at present. Mi's. C. O. Shepard of Hardwick liaa been visiting for a week at W. 1 Wbitcomh's. Clyde Mears, Earle Dwinell and Karle Lamberton were in Wells Rjver Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitcomb were business visitors in Last Calais Mon day. H. A. Shepard of Hardwick visited at W. L. Whitcomb'a Tuesday. EAST CORINTH Those iii town to attend the funeral of 8. C. Stevens were his slater, Mrs. Alma Kolseth, his son, Lenwood Stev ens, his wife and sons, William and George, with their wives of Piermont, X. H., Mr. and Mra., Perley Hood of West Topsham and MY. and Mrs. Fred Had lock and son of Mansfield, Mass., at whose home Mr, Stevens died. He had been in failing heath all winter. Mrs. Kolseth will remain some weeks. FYank Knight and family started for Iowa Friday, the 111th. From Detroit they intend to finish their trip by au tomobile. Mrs. B. L. Abbott went to the Mary Hitchcock hospital Friday and waa op erated on Saturday morning. She ia making a satisfactory recovery. The L. T.,L. held their annual lawn party on W. X. Deming'a lawn. As hag happened before they had a little rain, but they always acem to have a good time. The ball game last Saturday between Bradford and East Corinth resulted in fifvor of East Corinth, the score being six to five. This week West New bury comci here. Mrs. Emma Taplin is visiting at C. M Page'i. Mra. J. H. Chamberlain and Esther are at their home here. Esther goes back to her hospital work at the end. of two weeks, but Mra. Chamberlain expects to remain all summer. Mrs. Anne Harriman and Robert are expected Saturday to spend a short vacation. Mrs. B. T. Holland and Mrs. Susan Buttcrflcld left for Chieopee, Maas., Tuesday. .Grace Thompson is visiting her grandparents in Chieopee Falls, Mass. SOUTH RANDOLPH Bargainsfor Saturday New, Potatoes, per pk. . . .$1.25 No. & Pure Lard, pail. . . . 1.10 No. 10 Pure Lard. pail. . . 2.20. Lard Compound, lb 21c 2 pkg. Imperial Mince Meat 25c Fancy Head Rice, lb 17c' Broken Rice, lb. 12c- Chuck and Shoulder Clod I cut of Ve3tern Beef, lb. 4 tbs. of Texas Onions. .-. Good Old Cheese, lb Round Steak, lb Fancy Can Corn Van Camp Catsup, large. 4 pksrs. Toco Buckwheat. Also Mince Ham, Pressed Ham, BoiledJIam, Roast Pork, all at low prices. Call and see. J. G. Shadroui 115 South Main Street Telephone 273-31. Mrs. H. T. Hanks and daughter, Miss Lenda Tracy Hanks, from Xew York are staying' in Royalton at Miss Hat tie Hanks' for a few days, visiting relatives and freinds here. 1 hey came from Xew York in their ear, making the trip Monday from Boston. Richmond Camp is wot king for Charles L. Miles, haying. E. D. Camp and family were in Bethel on business Tuesd-iy. C L. MacPhetrea has .not lteen as well the past week and is confined to the bed. Miss Clara Riford is spending a few weeks with Mrs. Archie MatPhetreg of East Randolph. Will Camp and son, Hail Camp, are doing Hiram Hanks' haying. Mr. and Mrs. Denison Slack of Tun bridge were here last week, guests of his sister, Mrs. C. L. Maol'lietres. , E. D. Camp, as administrator of the estate of Robinson Rich, met the com missioners on the estate, Mevton Smith and Mark Hyde, at East Bethel and made the appraisal of the estate Mon day. Fay Wells of Lowell, Mass., has been Wi Nuj ol 6 0. Ui. PAT. Off. For Constipation THE poisons of constipation effect more distinctive and harmful changes in the body than perhaps any other cause. Keep your system free of these poisons by thorough, daily movements. Nujol works on an entirely- new principle. v Without forcing or irritating, it softens the . food waste. This enables the many tiny muscles in the intestines, contracting and , expanding in their normal way, to squeeze the food waste along and out of the system. i 1 t A 1 . it is aDsoiuteiy laiuw.au aw 9 . harmless and I XII pleasant to , i, J I aiMKnarai 1 nr WitirArlrgiifirf'Ti' ,mL immjtmr 9 a visitor of hi brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. .Ion Wells. r - Theron Gifford of SpringSeld, Mass., has been at home, helping hia father in haying. C. L. MacPhetrea arrived home last week, after spending two weeks with relatives in Lynn and Oamers, Mass. He was accompanied home by hia daughter. Mrs. V. K. Doherty, and son, Raymond, of Danvers. ,iis. Howard S. Fernery .f 11 Frank lin street, Rockland, Vie., is visiting her parents and friends. Mrs. Emery is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Camp, who will be remembered as Misg Ona Camp. y CUMMINGS & LEWIS, Druggists 25c 38c; (TJ 25c, X Saturday Specials Boil Beef, lb ) 15c to 25c Ham Shoulder, lb 27c Potatoes, pk $1.25 Dairy Butter, lb 60c Frankfurts, lb 23c Pk. Sausage. Ib 29c Pork Chops, lb 36c to 38c Boneless Ham, lb ; 32c Tompound Lard, lb 25t Silver Leaf Pure Lard, No. 5, pail $1.15 White Cloud Compound Lard, No. 5, pail 1.15 Standard Pure Wheat Flour, bbl 13.50 Atlas Fruit Jars, qts., doz. 1.05 Atlas Fruit Jars, pts., doz. 1.00 Atlas Fruit Jars. Hi.pint, doz - 95c Matches, 6 boxes for 25c Matches, 5 boxes for 25c We have many other low prices on Clothing and other Groceries not mentioned. Give us a call and you will save dollars $ $ $ by trad ing with Hidder Habbep 28-30 Prospect St. Tel. 53-M Orders delivered free. ATURDAY PECIAL ALE I Servus White Naphtha Soap, 10 cakes for 73c Babbitt's 1776 Washing Powders, pkg 8c Toilet Soap, 6 cakes for. . 25c Lux, 2 pkgs for 25c Ivory Soap Flakes, pkg.. . 10c Good Plain Cheese, lb. . . . 37c Extra Quality Evaporat ed Apples, pkg 28c Pearl Tapioca, lb 15c Pearl Barley, Ib 15c Good Shrimps, can 22c Capital Brand Sweet Corn, can 15c Good Thick Salt Pork. lb. 25c Our Special Brand Coffee, lb. 45c Monadnock Coiee, Tb. .. 50c Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. for 25c Monadnock Coffee, lb. . . 50c doz 25c Heinz Baked Beans, can. . 18c Douglas Corn Starch, 3 pkgs. for 25c Pillsbury's Bread Hour. per '-bbl $2.15 Pride of Niagara Pastry Flour, '-bbl 2.00 Bungalow Aprons, each. . 1.98 We handle Ladd's Sponge Cakes and Cream Bread also a full line of National and Sun shine Cookies. Our goods are all new and strictly fresh. Come and see our line. Cameron's Store Washington Street. SH.0 E SALE For the next ten days, we will give you a DISCOUNT OF 10 on any Shoe in our store. Our entire stock "is at your disposal. We have a good line of Shoes and have not marked them up to the top notch. You will find some good values here, with a 10 per cent discount added. We need the money, you need the Shoes. Come 'in. Let us get together. LEE & CLARA B. SHORTT Marshfield, Vermont Here You Ami 10 OFF To-morrow is the Last Day! Stock Up Nowl TEAS, COFFEES, JAMS & SARDINES TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT ! NOW IS YOUR CHANCE I AT ALL Direct Importing Co Stores 60 No. Main St. Barre, Vt. Montpelier St. Johnsbury Randolph Hardwick LOOK FOR STORE IN YOUR TOWN I' JOU ' THEATRE . Presents for To-day Only MADELINE TRAVERSE in the Fox feature f "THE TATTLERS" f A drama of the newly rich in a bii city. A photoplay that rips the heart and carries a moral that sinks deep into the mind also t The 5th Episode of "The Whirlwind" ind The Latest News Red f To-morrow EARL WILLIAMS in C. Haddon Chambers popular .ta-e success CAPTAIN SWIFT He was a bandit for the excitement of it and gave hi ill-gotten gains to the poor and needy, aho "Hello, Uncle," comedy and the 12th episode of "Lightning En-ce' MATINEE at 2:15; Admi'on EVENING, 6:15 and 8:30; Admiwon. - if 4 . Children. 10f, Adults. 1 5c. Tax paid Children. 10c. Adults 20c. Tax paid t