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THE BARKE DATLY TIMES, . .HAIIRE, VT., TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1920.
ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin" is en uine Anpirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for over twenty vears. Accept only an unbrok en "Payer package," which contains proper directions to relieve Headache, Toothache. Earache, Neuralgia, Rheu matism,. Colds and. Pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer pack ages." Aspirin is trade mark Bayer Manufacture Monoaceticacidcster of Salicylicacid. Adv. QUIT TOBACCO So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit No-To-Bac has helped thousands to break the costly, nerve-shattering to bacco habit. Whenever you have a longing for a smoke or chew, just place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet in your mouth instead. AH desiro stops. Short ly the habit is completely broken, and you are better off mentally, physically, financially. It s so easy, so simple. Get a box of Ko-to Bac and if it doesn't release you from all craving for tobacco in any form, your druggist will refund vour money without question. Xo-To-Bae is made by the owners of Casta rets; therefore is thoroughly reliable. Adv. "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. A tew ceuts uuy "Pandeni;.'' A ter gn application of "Danderine" you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shctvs new life, vig or, brightness, more color and thick ness. Adv. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Sjtv,. i ik only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child i having the best and most harmless nhvsic for the little stomach, . i . i ' i i , liver na Down, i. nunren iuh n fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You mut ay "California." Adv. A Breiijr Ont. g Do-tir Your wife tiewls a change of air. Tighwad Well. I'll get her an elec tric fan. Botm Transcript. OVER-ACIDITY of the aiomach has pst man night's rest. U yotir atoenach ia add tliiturbad, diMoHr two or Uvm ItMlQI on the tocipua befora rrtirinf and aa Joy refreshing sleep. The purity and goodness of Ki moiJt guaranteed by SCOTT BOWNt uasxhs or scorrs emulsion WHITE RIVER JUNCTION One of the North Adams (Mass.) newspapers reports the following about a former resident of Hurt ford "One of the oldest residents of this city, if not indeed the very oldest of all, is Mrs. Laura Gallup Williams, who psed her 03rd birthday Friday, July 1 16, at the hoflie of her daughter, Mrs. Mor ton M. Spaulding, of 69 Quincy street. Mrs. Williams is in excellent health for a woman of her years. She is pos sessed of "all her faculties and although unable to walk long distances, she gets about the house easily. Her many friends in this city, realizing that to day (July 16) was the birthday anni versary' of their aged friend, gave Jier a postcard shower, and she received a large number of beautiful bouquets of flowers ,with other gifts. She received friends at her daughter's home in the afternoon and evening. She was born at Hartford, Vt., and spent her early years there. She was also a long-time resident of Windsor. During her resi dence here she has made many friends by whom she is held in high regard." Wesley Sawyer of White River Junc tion entertained his sister, Mrs. Joe Robideau, of Windsor. The personnel of the Lebanon base bait team, as finally decided upon for the season, i as follows: Ralph Brack ett, catcher and manager of the team; William Horan, pitcherjsRalph .Knight, pitcher; Carl Nichols, pitchers Frank Haddleton, catcher; Frank Maloncy, first baseman;. Chester Sanford, second bs soman: Cecil Gannon, third base man; Nelson Laird, shortstop; Edwin Humiston,-right ' fielder; William Mc Carthy, center fielder, and Claude De meris, left fielder. Mr. and Mrs. Masterson of West I.b auon are the happy parents of a buby I girl, Katherine Lillian, born Monday, July 10th. Mrs. Frank Kenrie of West Lebanon has been entertaining her niece, Mrs. Luther Butler, of Woodsvillc, N. H. Mrs. F.va Parkhurst (f West Leb anon has as her guests, -Mrs. L. Cross (iray and children, Ruth and Wesley, of Galveston, Tex. Miss Katherine Franklin of West Lebanon is the guest of Mrs. Theodore Tease at her summer home in Ran dolph. - Mr. and Mrs. leslie Howard of West Lebanon entertained as her recent guest. Misses Gretchcn Dickenson and Ma Flcury of 'Greenfield, Mass. Mrs. Grace Mihos, who underwent an. operation at the Mary Hitchcock hospi tal, Hanover, N. H., on Tuesday, is making a most satisfactory recovery. Ma '.and Mrs. C. D. Schoolcraft, ac companied bv the former's parents, motored to Derby Line recently, spend ing a few days with friends. Miss, Dorothy Foster, Miss Hazel Cone and Miss' Lila Hoskins, chaper oned by Mrs. James Hoskins, are en joying an outing at Marry lake. Principal and Mrs. Thomas Gay left West Lebanon early in the week for Bridgewater, Mass. Mr. Gay has been the principal of the West Ix-banon high school for the. past two years and now goes to take up the duties of superintendent of the Bridgewater pub lic school. Rev. H. L.i Thornton and family who have been spending a fasv days camp-' ing at Mascoma lake, returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Perkins and son, Louis, and Mrs. Stella Brown, who have been camping for a week at the Jjike View camp, Mascoma lake, re turned home Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Clifford and son, Robert, who spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, returned home with them. The Knights of Columbus of White River Junction crossed bats with the Woodstock baseball team at the K. of C. baseball park Sunday afternoon at 3::i(l o'clock. The score was 13 to 3, in favor of the Woodstock team. Mit.9 Lrline Tuwle of St. Albans, who has been spending a few days with Miss Marry of Cascadnac avenue, left for her home Sunday. The New Hampshire knitting mill of West Lebanon has certainly shown a spirit of co-operation in public welfare, which has ben very gratifying to the people of this community. Karly in the spring this company offered to give prizes for thf best flower and vegetable gardens, both in White River Junction and Wrt 1cbanon. On last Saturday the judges, N. P. Whelecr, Carl Jame son and S. P. Frenrh. inpected the garden and made award as follows: First prize, Mrs. Ben Briggs of Hart ford, for the best flower garden, sec ond pri;:e. Captain Horace French of West Lebanon, for second best flower garden; first prize, Calvin Wood of West Lebanon, for best vegetable, gar den: second prize. Mrs. G. K. Blanrhard o," White River Junction, for second bfM vegetable nrden. I Mrs. I'c--v v-...vcr Ifr'-d Flan ders, jr., of Quechee are the last two iV.it.--1 -t .(I wtoj.p. HlV lUt Ol' quarantine. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ros. Mrs. Clar ence Barthrow. Mrs. Kmily Whittier, Lester R, Mr. and Mr. Ld. Mears and their gucts. Mr. William I'last ridge and Cbarlir, were recent guests of friend at Lake Mure v. Keeping Healthy in Broiling bun When head feels heavy or stomach is acidy, get quick relief with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin IN spite of the lighter foods we eat during summer months, it is the season of greatest dyspep sia and constipation. Many find it difficult to stand the heat They exercise little and are always tired and half -sick. It is good policy to take plenty of ripe fruit and vegetables, lots of cool, clear water and walks when the sun has set But with all these precautions it is often Impossible to regulate the daily elimination, with the result that' thousands suffer from constipa tion, indigestion and similar ills. There isnothinBhetterforcloirsred-up bowels, for a stomach that refuses to work, than that well-known combina tion of simple laxative herbs with pepsin known to druggists as Dr. Csldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is America's standard relief for constipation. It has the great merit of being sure to act, yet acting mildly and without griping. - I y Thousands of mothers give Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin to infanta, snd it is especially popular in hot weather. Mrs. E. C. Wilson, who lives in Husro. Okla., where the heat in summer is intense. Is the mother of eieht ch ildren. All of them, and including herself, maintain their health in spite of ener vating heat by frequent use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See what it will do for you. 1"1 Millions of people of all ages suffer from occasional or sU Pr aM 14 chronic constipation. Let them send name and address to P f P. P, Dr. W. B. Caldwell, it Washington Street, Monticello, aVEJaU HI., for a ffft Mmple bottle of his wonderful Syrup Pepsin. 8 million bottles were bought at drug stores last year, the largest tale in the world. WEST BERLIN Mrs. George Bacon from Montpelier attended the 50th anniversary of the M. K. church in this place last week and' also visited Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Libhey and Mrs. M. J. Ayers, returning home Friday night. Mrs. Kdward Laflay had the misfor tune of falling last Tuesday, receiving several bad bruises, but is now recov ering as well as could be expected. Rev. and Mrs. W. K. Hill from West Burke have been spending the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Glines, at the home of Mrs. Anna Adams. Misses Carolyn and Mildred Hill from Burke were guests for a short time at their aunt's. Mrs. . B. Bailey, last week. They also visited friends in Waterbnry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lennox from Connecticut are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lennox. Mrs. John Hogan and daughter have returned home from their trip to Mas sachusetts. Mrs. Alex Knpland from XorthHeld called at the home of Addie L'merson last Wednseday. Mrs. Mabel Bos worth from. Barre pent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. George Williams. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Gove called on friends in Northfield last Saturday. EAST BROOKFIELD Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Spraguc of Randolph visited at G. K. Sprague's last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Edwards and son, Alfred, of Burlington were recent vis itors at J. F. Kdwards.' Mrs. Martin, who has been house keeper for A. D. Reed, was called to Granville last week on aewunt of sick ness. - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bigelow of Worcester, Mass., arc visiting at A. G. Bigelow's. Mrs. Flora Morse and two children of Middlebury are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. A. K. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Austin and children returned home Sunday from Plainrleld. where they hud Wen visit ing relatives. Mrs. Kflie Newell was in Kast Bethel last week with her daughter, Mrs. Grover Smith, who has been unite ill. Mrs. Clyde Hopkins was a business visitor in Barre last Saturday. About 50 were present at the We owna Community club meeting, enter tained at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mar tin's last Saturday evening. Winsome Harrington is isiting her aunt, Mrs. Melvin Chamberlin of Gays-ville. EAST MONTPELIER E.IH. Hammett, a former resident of Kast Montpelier, died at his home in Roxbury July 23. aged 2 years. He leaves a wife, who, before her mar riage, was Jane Worcester, and one daughter. Miss Bessie Hammett, also a sister, Mrs. Carrie Cole of Springfield, Mass. Burial was in Roxbury Sunday. Kr. and Mrs. Carl Sibley of Mel rose, Mass., are visiting relatives in town. k Henry Kelton was a business vis itor in Barre Saturday. Deaconess Fisk is the guest oi her brother, W. E. Fisk. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kelton attend ed the funeral of K. II. Hammett in Roxbury Sunday. Many who were planning to see the circus train go by to Montpelier Sun day were too slow in getting round. As it passed along, it reminded one of Joseph's coat of many colors, for it was a train made up of many-colored cars. Arthur Prescott and family of Fair mont are camping at Kdgewater. or Niggerhead pond, for a short time. Gerald Mason has finished work at ljincsboro and will spend his vaca tion with his mother, Mrs. Holly -Mason. Frank G. Howland of Barre spent Saturday and Sunday with' his broth er, M. K. Howland. i Mr. and Mrs. Walter .Curtis of Barre were in town Sunday, calling on friends. - f The many friends of Miss Jeanette Blair, who formerly lfved in this place, deeply regret to learn of her continued illness at her home in South Boston. i Good Riddance. Oh, Robert, the baby has swallowed a dime." "Never mind, dear, it waa only that Canadian piece t had so much trouble trying to get rid of." Boston Tran script. 1 Knighthood In Flower. Sir ieorge Rose, the celebrated Eng lish punster, observing an acquaintance giving an imitaiion of his gait, re marked: "You have the stalk without the rose." Boston Transcript. Trunks We have a good line of trunks, bags and suitcases; ladies' handbags and purses. Come in and let u f how you. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Msrskteli. VL WEST FAIRLEE Ml", and Mrs. George Lube of Peoria. J It., who have been spending thrirs cation at the old Kimball hnmevtead, have returned to their home in the Wet. s Mr. and Mr. Lawrence Southworth are the proud parent of an eight and one half pound baby. I.ts of bar in thi neighborhood still to rut, owing to the unfavorable weather conditions Mr. and Mrs. John G. Pike of Mill VilUpe. X. H.. and Leland Krook of St. .lohnbury have li borne for a brttf iit. Mrs. KlVi. Wkitromb. who has Wen t Hanover. X. H.. for treatment. i muh improved and will retnra to her bottie thi week. The Tn:p around Wet Feirlee fill and ronBtrg over. 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 theae impor tant organs in good condition if. when thev 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, and has stood the test for nearly half a century. If you want to "sleep like a top." as the old saying goes, you must take good care of your health. E EN HARKS comes direct from Xature. and is a most valuable remedy in the home treatment of thymic dis orders, such as indigestion, constipa tion, rheumatism, liver, kidney and stomach trouble. As a tonic and gen eral corrective, SEVEN' BARKS is without an equal, and should be in every home. It is nature way of sup plying tone and strength and over coming diseae. Sleepless rights will -au-e yon to get up in the morning, tired and iltire ftWied, with a dull, heavy hesil, de spondent, etc.. these are symptom of deranged stomach, an inactive liv.-rand kidney. fE EX BARKS w(ll beli. remove the cjue of thee trouble. It at gently and safely, but veiy ef 6centlv. At drnght'. Price, Wl cent s. Adv.' ROCHESTER Mrs. Emily Stork well is visiting relatives in Randolph. George Bailey had his cows tested last week and seven were condemned. Mrs. Frank Hanna and son of New castle, Me., are guests at the home of her brother, Ray Martin. Birney Kidder has soldhis farm, stork and farming tools to Clarence Martin and will move to California in the early fall. Mr .and Mrs. F'red Martin and son. F'ay, were in Portmouth, X. lfc, la-t week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. t amphell are ut their cottage at Lake Diinmore for a few weeks. William Campbell and family of Ohio and Dr. Holt'en and family of Melrose, Mass., are there a.i guests. yiiver Kerr and two sons have been recent guests of friends in town. Miss Myrtie Newton of Winchendon, Mass., is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Amo- Maxham and daughter, Ruth, of Rristol weie in town recently. Elizabeth Kent of Lincoln has !een a recent guest of her uncle, Seymour Kent, and family. Mrs. A. X. Blackford of Bridgeport. Conn., called on old friends here last week. r. and Mrs. Browning of X- Bed ford, Mass.. are (.pending a few weeks at their bungalow here. HANCOCK Mrs. l-on Sturtevant ge a party at the inn Thursday afternoon in honor of the birthday of her sister, Mrs. Fol lansbee. Mrs. Leslie Pierre of Roches ter gave a solo, Mrs. Allen a piano se lection and Mrs. Jamrs Henry and Mrs. Allen a duet. Refreshments of cake, ice cream and raspberry shrub were served. About 25 ladies were present, nearly all of the numlier being from Rochester. Roy Stewart of Xew York City is a guest at Dana Marsh's. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pbinkrtt and daughter have gone to Slierbrooke. Canada. A on. weighing 12 pound", w horn to Mr. and Mr. Sej mour l-wis a few days ago. Mr. and Mr. Karl Archer, who has lieen seriou-ly ill. i bitter. Judge and Mrs. E. U Scott of Barre were in town for the week end and hi parents returned with them for a few week' stay. Mr. and Mr. O. K. Estey of Fitch burg. Ma., and Mr. and Mr. E. J Etey of Bellow Fall were rren visitor at IT. I. Martin". A Maxham reunion wa held at the home of Thad Mavbatn July II, when the brothers and i'.er met to creet their another, who is over year M nd still vigorou. Fourteen part-A nf a eh.i-krn dinner, straw x try short cake and ire cream. AT ERRIBLE aAFFLICTION Govt Concrete Inspector Saved By "Fruit-a-tives" 83 North Union St., Rochester, N.Y. "For five lonff years, I was afflicted with Stomach, Liver and Kidney Trouble, which developed lato serious Bladder Trouble. ' I saw a testimonial of 'Fruit-a-tives and concluded to make one more trial. By the time the sample box and a 50c. box were finished, there was grand improvement. To make a long story short, I believe 'Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets the best Stomach, Liver and Bladder Medicine the world has ever producer. R. B. O'FLYNJT. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. STOWL Funeral of Freemont J. Stone Was Held Sunday Afternoon. The funeral of Fremont J. Stone was held at Unity cliurcli Sunday .after noon. Rev. W. T. Beet of Mon isvillc olliciatcd. The bearers were Mr. Stone's son. Earl R. Stone, Cassius Gibbs. C. A. Tonilinson and Dewey Lyon. The body was accompanied from1 Milton by B. D. Martin, Dewey i,yon and Mr. Stone's daughter, Mrs. Martha Ryan., Others here from out of town were Earl R. Stone of Los Animas, Miss Betsey Stone of Morrisville, Mrs. Burnell, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sherman and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Douglas of Waterbnry. The burial was made in the Rive Bank cemetery. W For Constipation NORTH FAYSTON A number of the relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Strong called at their home Friday night, July 24, to help them celebrate their 50th wed ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Strong received a good sum of money, most ly in gold. Refreshment of ice cream and cake were served and a general good time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Strong is over 70 year old, but is ca pable of doing a lot of hard work and goes round nltout her work like a voung girl. Mr. Strong is somewhat older than bis wife and somewhat fee ble. The guests departed in good sea son, ieaving their best wishes with Mr. and Mrs. Strong for many more happy years. Many people from here attended the circus at Montpelier yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler were in Moretown Saturday. Mrs. Hujh Henry was quite sick lai-t week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Nelson were in Waitsfield Saturday. then Boyee of Waitsfield was in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler had string lieans and new potatoes for their dinner July 2 from their own garden. They also had green eas and new potatoes several day ago. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boyee of Waits field were in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boyee of Waits field were in town Sunday. ( harles Proctor of Waterbnry was a weekend visitor at the home of his brother. C. J. Nelson. Ed. Bennett and Carl Marble of Waitsfield were in town Sunday. Henry Nelson of Waitsfield was a week-end visitor at the home of his parents. Beit Wilber of Oranville was in town Sunday. Levi Nelson was in Waitsfield one dsv last week. Misses Mildred and Beatrice Dunhar of Waitsfield were at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dun bar, for over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. fJeorge Murray of Barre were in town Sunday. mi i iii r- -j 1 YOU can retain the original newness and color of your shoes if you select superior shoe polish. Whittemore'e superior ity on these 3 points Is world tamons. s. Preserves taa leather. a. Gives a saere Ustiafskiae. j. Keeps sasss loskine asw. .-(.' Vt 0w WhiU in hau4 or raass for vhuttko. m Rev. E. (5. French of Johnson j preuched atjhe Community church on Sunday morning, bis subject being j 'The Religious Faith for Men and j Women." A solo was rendered by Prin-1 cipal C. J. Svrand. A party of six motored from Lyndonville, a distance , of .V) miles, Mr. French being a former pastor. The funeral of Harry E. Russ was held Saturday afternoon at Unity church, with an attendance that rilled the large audience room of the churcr. Rev. W. T. Best conducted the service. The bearers were four cousins of the deceased and Mrs: Russ, Charles Gale, Ray Smalley, Elton B. Forbes and Hen ry Cobb. The members of the Relief corps attended in a body, Mr. Russ' mother being a member. The burial was made in the west branch cemetery. Among those present were Mr. and I Mrs. Fred Jackson and sons of Garfield, j Mrs. Minnie Smalley, Ray Smalley : Mis Merle Smalley, Mr. and Mrs. Ver non Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Morrill Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Lcland Ring, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Gallup of Morrisville, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brooks and daughter of Elmore, Mrs. Earl Sweet, Mr. anil Mrs. K. J. Houston of Cady's Falls. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Cobb of Jefferson ville, Mrs. Mary Cobb and son, M. X. Cobb of Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Don Page of Johnson. A party was given to Miss Brenda Bennett Saturday afternoon at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. George V.. Straw., in honor of her DHli birth da v, her Sunday school class and teach er, Mrs. Agnes Jrnney, being among the guests. Refreshments were served and games were played. A meeting of the shareholders of the Mte Mansfield Creamery snd tirain as sociation vva. held here Saturday eve ning to discuss the matter of equip ping their grain warehouse with nec esary milling machinery. It was de cided to buy only the necessary ma chinery at this time to make the ware house of such proportion as to pro vide for modern milling machinery in the near future. Francis Seos, pres ident of the Farmers' Shipping associ ation in Motley, Minn., addressed the meeting, telling of the co-operative work the farmers are doiug in that sec tion. His farmers have their own creamery shipping organization, grain buying organization, co-operative store, their own bank and their own fire and hail insurance company. A. R. Andre, manager of the Addison County Farm- I 1 11 .nnLs AM V1 I 1 L- ; Crs M11K aSOCI"o", rymr on j refrigeration. At his plant in Middle burr a refrigerating ystem installed a vear ago has saved half their ice bill. Some of the Vermont creamery manag ers are placing contracts for butter tubs to he made up the coming win ter, to be in readiness for net sea son's requirements. Some of the Ver mont creamery managers are talking of organizing a state creamery men's association. It hss been suggested having this meeting at the state dairy men's convention in January. L. G. Mullbolland of Montpelier. field agent in marketing, and Miss Bisson ette of Northfield tailed on Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lynch Sunday. Mr. Anna Kimball has returned to Simsbury. Conn., after several weeks in.Stowe. B. C. Bull of Hudon. Mas., is with his family for a few day. .1. Y. Campbell had two ribs fractured when he fell while unloading hay in his barn recently. Farmers are cutting a heavy crop f bay, but are much hindered in se curing it on account of rainy weather. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens of Es e Junction have moved to the farm on west branch, purchased of W. A. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. t arry have sold their residence on Maple street to W. A. Smith for ;U and have purchased of B. C. Bull the O. F. C.rrry bouse on Maple street. To Keep Your Health you must regard Nature's laws; and one of the first of her laws is "Avoid Constipation". Nujol works on an entirely new principle. With out forcing or irritating, it softens the food waste. This enables the many tiny muscles in the in testines, contracting and expanding in their nor mal way, to squeeze the food waste along and out of the system. It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to take. Try it. 1 II IB S WHHHH li-r '-tj U H JP!eflf-TiW.VVVVrW VVI - . 1 -r- 1 RANDOLPH Mr. and Mrs. George Roys and Mr. and Mrs. C.'A. Roys of Roxbury were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hayward on Sunday. Mrs. F;iinabeth Hoskins of Clare roont, X. H., is visiting her daughter, Mrs, David Adams, who lives in the O'Connor block. Miss Stella Sawyer has returned from a two weeks' stay in Brockton, Mass., where she was the guest of her brother. Mrs. Ellen Huntington, for several weeks at the sanatorium for care and treatment, was taken to Newport on Sunday, where her sous reside. Mr.- and Mrs. Herbert Flint of Springfield, Mass., who have Wen in this town and vicinity visiting friends, left on Monday for their home. While here they made their headquarters at Mr. and Mrs. George Allen's. Mrs. Clara Belle Simonds and her daughter, who have been with Mr. and Mrs F. H. Ketrhum for several days, have returned to their home in West Lebanon. X. H L. J. Blakcly came from the Soldiers' home at Bennington on Friday to pass a few davs here with his family. Goorge W.Ylark went to the Soldiers' home Monday to remain for a time, under the care of the physicians, who are fn 1'harge. Mr. and Mrs.' F:ugene Holman. after a 10 days' visit in Ransomville. X. Y., with their son, Willard Holman. and family, have returned to their home here. Mrs. Manning and her daughter, Mary, after passing two weeks at the home, of Mrs. .1. H. Harlow, returned to Boston on Sunday and. the same day, another daughter, Miss Grace Manning, and Miss Katherine Smith came from Boston to pass two weeks at the same plare. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kenworthy and daughter and Mrs. Alene Chadwick, the mother of Mrs. Kenworthy, motored here from Waterbury, Conn., on Sun day to pass a short time in town look ing up old friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grant, recent ly married in Boston, arrived here and were with friends over Sunday. After a short time they will go into camp and later go to Rutland to reside. Mrs. X. C. Buck, for weeks in poor health, is now confined to the house and is very poorly. A Vermont rural l's conference is being held at Randolph . Center this week. The conference is conducted by Roll in H. Barrett, principal of the ag- rir-ulturnl xhool. assisted br tne ver mnnt KlindaV School- association. Q Pnhhina. general secretary, ana Artnu H Sartrent. simerinlendent of rural - r j 1 - worw of iot. Mi s. An attractive nro gram is arranged, which roust be helpi ful to all who attend. , Venerable. Sifm in a. restaurant '"Don't maka fun of the coffee. You may be old an wonlr vonrse f some dav. -- nmina Transcript. Sham Worse Than Real. There are real cynics and people who merely say disagreeable mines their think them lunnv. cos ton Transcript. lr Mad tol NEW HAIR after BALDNESS rh,ldra. ere-. '1J 'V !" k ATi m nr kmr fl-nri r: t I ! " Bas KOTALKO t X H. Brittain, toe, Statioa F.New Vtrk,N.Y. Be Slender A (TMWiy to btarom il'noVr, Withy to Mw foura. SM th pitora: th ahJowa v ta 81 v yom Mm of tiw b(r r uction of wetpht. N nf of tarvirtf yoawir weihaastinff e rrt. N3 Mitt or ealomH, no thyroid, no Kkta of tin. Just follow tta sVrop', Maj Koreia ! M ia tor yoa w r due 10 to MA Bounria fwhibrrer mt 1 nntter tlOO mmY-rtiivri srnar- ntec Sf reliable. momim-rHi 4 br pbyiiian. Add to your tapabJlitir and charm. Amu all ' . a tpp ymynnvr in appeanuwr. at trmrH. ji'a In health, add yra to yoor lif! ApItj for KOftEIM (prononnrod korn at any drrjfr atorot follow tha Korrin vratrm rwwwowyowr watotlS). ht. hM or 4oub) rhrn. vascomo TOctul and Mttavrtiva, bov oHmti ihm AS)Vtkll$EMEX U Painful Sensations in the muscles, 'neuralgia", soreness, aching back, pimpK les, boils, rashes and other eruptions, usually result from self-poisoning by pro ducts of imperfectly digest ed ornon-eliminated food PILLS help to restore activity of liver, bowels, kid neys, and skin, and so count eract cause and relieve symp toms. Lara 51 W Amr M.aVW (a ttx Wrli MstntTwtm. to koe, lOe, 6e. 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