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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT..- jrEDNESDAT,-. SEPTEMBEH 13, ism
JgI Ajbai ml l! f fl2 HIM IlllHllI m ri m LOVE'S DREAM COMES TRUE Marshal Petain of -France Weds Childhood P'riend SPEND HONEYMOON ON RIVIERA The Celebrated War Leader Exercised Strategy in Eluding Reporters Escaped ait Operation There is nothing in the world a woman so much fears as a surgical operation. Often they are necessary, but often not; and many have been avoided by the timely use of that good old-fashioned root and herb- remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you are suffering from some dread ailment peculiar to your sex, why not profit by the experience of these two women whose letters follow? These Two Women Saved from Operations. , Cedar Rapids. la" After the birth Sandusky. Ohio." After the birth of of my last child I had Buch jpainful my baby I had organic trouble. .Sly epells they would unfit; me entirely for my DouseworK. i sunered for months and the doctor said that my trouble was organic ulcers and I would have to have an operation. That was an awful thing to me, with a young baby and four other children, bo one day I thought of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and how it had helped me years before and I decided to try it again. I took five fcottlesofVegetableCompounrl and used Lydia E.Pinkham's Sanative Wash and since then I have been a well woman, able to take care of my house and family without any trouble or a day's pain. I lam ready and thankful to swear by your medicine any time. I am forty-fonr years old and have not had a day's ill ness of any kind for three years." Mrs. II. Koenio, 617 Ellis liivd, Cedar Jiapids, Iowa. doctor said it was caused by too heavy lifting and I would have to have an operation. I would not consent to an operation and let it go for over a year, having my sister do my work for me as I was not able to walk. One day my aunt came to see me and told me about your medicine said it cured her of the Fame thing. I took Lydia E. llnkham's Vegetable Compound and used Lydia E. Ilnkham's Sanative Wash and they have cured me. Kow I do my own housework, washing and ironing and sewing for my family and also do new ing for other people. 1 still take a bottlo of Vegetable Compound every spring for a tonic. I recommend your medicine to others who have troubles similar to mine and you can use my letter if you wish." Mrs. Pail PArExrrsK, 1323 tone St.. Sandusky. Ohio. Thousands of Such Letters Prove the Curative Value of HE 1 Wf"TSaar. XT'- WW" ii va j w a a a tfj aa rrr n ii ii i m n m ij tjm am m ill EMMil i a too Just corns vSVp iji m iirf ask for d lis f zffliK fascinatiiig kodkm 'p ?Y orseaii 1 Pari. Sept. l.i. Marxlml Honri Tliil- lippc Poinin. who whs commander-in-chief of I''nnt'h ariniei in KrHiue lur- inj; (lie Inst ycBmM'f the great war, and who.r work at Wrdun made him a national fijrure, wan married to .Ma dame Hardon at the fit y hall of the seventh ward of Paris yesterday, says the Petit J'arinien. Tlw cerenjony was witnetised by Oen. "ayolle. another noted French com mander during the war, and Madame f.ahriele I'erres, ' widow of the mde lirated painter, who. whs stepfathep-of the bride. Marshal Petain and his bride left last evening for the Kiviera, where the former owns a sniRll CKtate. The marriage is a realization of a life long dream of the marshal, who knew the bride when she was a young pirl, long before her first marriage. He al wayv cherished a tender memory of her and hoped that some day, eirrnm-j stances would enable him, to marry her. The bride, according to the fcxceNior, is very wealthy. ' Newspapers here compliment the marshal on the strategy ho used vin Hflitlnif reporters and photographers, net one of whom had an inkling that theVedding was to take place, al (r y it mut have been planned for a I time. 7 nciv one rjrm:irr zrrrw aiiiiiiiBi Ulllllllllllllllllil'iHllliil 1 --tM.' iiitiiiiiiiiiiiii (iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB . WOMEN OUTDID MEN. In Proportionate Numbers of Them Voting in Massachusetts. Boston, Sept. 15. Women with their new right of suffrage, voted in larger numbers, proportionately, than the men in this city at the state primaries last Tuesday. It was announced to day that AS.ti,"i! men, 4S.7 per cent of those who registered, and 15.ii.Sti wom en, 49.5 per cent of the registrants of their sex, went to the polls here. The Democratic party gained 8.82! votes from the omenvand 6.S15 en rolled with the Republican party. The division of oters among the men was Democrats, 40.280; Republicans, 18,-;I7!. BROOKFIFLD O'O-oli Look real Jas Yesl And on thr next page, some thing equally exquisite, equally new, equally old. And on the next and the next and the next. -You turn from, Sheraton to Chippen dale; from Cothio to William and Mary; from French to Italian. In 17 Mr. and .Mrs. A. ('. LaRonta of Sprinaneld are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. Rlair, and familv. Misses Klizaheth Wilcox and Ila Ah bott are attending the Randolph high school. Mrs. Winston Sharrow of Spring field, Mas.. who has been -pend:ng two week" with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. t 'hase, returned to her hotne Saturday. Mr. and Mr. D. McKay of (Jroton re- centlv vi-iteil Ins . sister, Mrs. r. . Ralph, and familv. Dr. and Mr. Charles Quinn of Con cord. .V. II.. visited their aunt, Mrs. Sai;l!,i fJriTiie. and eon-ins, Mr. and I.. T'. Mor-e, the rirt of h" week. Mis. (J. I. Dugan isited last work her brother. Charles Adams, and fam ily in ( l.nemont . V. H.. and n'lativcs and friends in Newport, N. H. Mr and Mrs. I.. W. Morse went to Tort lard. Me., last neck to visit Ki-si-tei. Miss t ieora Mor.-e. They arrived hiiTim Sunday. Rev. ,1 S. Clark was in Randolph Monday on a bu.-ines trip. Mrs. Jennie A Smith went to L..,.H Ma-s.. Saturd;iv to spend some time with her granddaughter, Mrs. tJuv Lit I ilelield, and family. Forty seven ladies qualitied to vote at the primary election. Mr. and Mrs. Frank flradford of Ran gor. V V visited last week their aunt. Mrs. Mary Mnon. and cousin Mrs. K. L. Willsi and family. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Aliis of Ran dolph and their daughter. Miss Dorothy Allis ol Host on. were callers at Mrs. A L. Kollnnshee's Sunday. Mr ami Mrs. T. Filair went to Hisrh cate Satnrilay to iit her sister, Mrs. r I. l.aV-in. and family, rxpci-tin;; to r turn home Xlomla y. Mr. R S. Wilcox will entertain the lad ' (jrsuriathm Wednesday afternoon. I A medium size combination Coal and Gas Range only 36 inches longBut it does all the work of two regular stoves a coal and gas range combined with all the new Magee Improvements and the reliability so well known in Magee Products. THE: MAGEE ALLIANCE "offers. every cooking advan tage that the average family requires two holes for Coal fouiholes for gas. (Automatic Gas Lighter) Just Think Only 36 Inches Long IT has separate oven for coal, elevated oven and broiler for gas, two independent ovens at different heats when desired just the. one Range you need to take the place of your Coal and Gas Ranges. Magee furnace co Boston, Mass, Inc. , The N. D. Phelps Co,, Barre If ELLS RIVER beautiful designs, Mr. Ediwns dr Ripners hare expressed the txst there is in period fumiturr. You're simply bound to find a cabinet that just ex actly fits your home, your tastes, your ambitions, your pockethook. "Edison and Music" is the'book of NEW.. EDBOT N No matter which rahmet roa e'!-t, ou'il pet j-ire iiu-h hJ hern endorel nn per.uin period furniture br interntionl authorities, such a I.dr Randolph ChurchiM and Mist F.lsie de Wolfe. F,err fe Fiitoa Cbinet is per.od cabineU The rhtnosrafih with m Soul" Ask about our Wadset !an. It" a rw war cfrfiunn; the money part a romtmii ene'aT (No'e The New Fdion h ad' aneesii in prif le thftn 157c l":e 191 L Tbi include War Tax.) Sure Relief iuniGfSTlOi 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION Drown's Drug Store JS Nordi Mjin Street, Barrr Say You Want "Diamond Dyes" Don't Spoil or Streak your Material in a Poor Dye e if ton tat i!u4 w Flurry MHrhll, riiMom iflii-er at la nann. vmited Ins father for .eeral day a the !a-.t of lot week. Mrs. Sliatttnk f Kins((n. Mas.. a former resident of thi jilm e, ti-ited' triciul in ton l8t Tliuroday. ( hHrlcs Ijniinhere. with hin father and mother, went !at Saturday to a mlridL'eMrt , where they limited rlatiM-i-, returning the next day. Mrs. Charley Vincent is it-itiii8 at the home of her mm, Hichard, in South l-awrence, Mam. Mr. Addie l'erkin ia pendinff a few day at her brother', (ieorjfe Mar- 1 tin, at South Newbury, tefore puinjf 1 tit lur iiu- fi,tli,iii in I li irr.Hftr MaH. Tlie game letween VtMHlvi"e and e-t l'ari. Me . for tl Friday at (aiii-elleii on anounf ot rain. cst I'aii.t tilayrd at St. ,Iohtbiiry on Sat- urdav, logins lv the soiire of .1 (. The pame wa fat and iitteret in through out and was one of the best een in thi section thia year. n Saturday Woodville idaved 'Kerlin. N. H.. a i) tie in even innings, the pa me beinn I .ailed on account of darknc-n. Woods- ville is to idav off this tie on Wed nesday this week at Perlin. In the primaries at oodsville. H lhiiil-on on from Hhett S-ruj:es as tate rci-rc-enlatixe. Mr. Iaidon had the support ol the e scr ice men and of the prealeT part of the railroad men of W ood! die. Ilarry niddenla k of l'ati. France, i tin- cuet of Mr. anl Mrs. .1. r. Halo. Mr. Kiddenbk was one of Mr. Hale's warm triend lai k when they lied in Fort Worth. Texas, and it has 'been twenty four year since they jl.ave sv-n each other. While Mr. Kid d""iibaik is an Al-atian. lie i.a born n America and lued hi early life Vc. He was aide to tell us a jircat cl aU.ut the Ismdmrdmcnt of Tans iii':n the war ard of the tond'ttons ! i preail in Fram at the prent Wrlla Rucr sehisds he epardej h-s year until it h been found nccs jiv In hire another teacher and to e a j-orlion ol the (nniary room !,. . u,..r. I... IA If th,W lisH ' - I - -" '" ' ' he ream il would be easily possible t! tke the hich xhnol one of the Ur j '-t and in this sedHMi. S hooU -re one of the thirj I hat n.ake a. town fd rwnmw1 h-iM work lo make eir h- I Mt as d as it pn j i ibly raw be made. Tie Vur- fair kfll m i!la Fall laC lr(iy afterfn and eertn;l I was a 4e.ite Ve fceaty . rm.n sIlks fH t f;re,Ve.it the iy Vis !--tt H "t "t llaiee'd , the summer here, returned o their winter home in Nashua, N. H., on Monday. (no thousand four hundred and sev enty-five people registered at Hale's tau-in during the month of Aujruft. Of this number 1,07$ were automobile parties. Getting Anxious. "Maud want a rinjrer in everything." ''es, but in an enjrajrement ri t'.r preference." Boston Transcript. WS COIL AMP YOUR. THiROAT TRY A BOX OF THEY jT STOP THE S TICKLE n3 pCJcSShrctJ Mrz3 V 1 III THEY RELIEVE ALL THROAT IRRITATIONS AND STOP A COUGH ALMOST AT ONCE was a isrted t Ifce B". c TVe I wlsoan la asi't . wTin "It H- l.aie pat an CAMBRIDGE COMPANY MASS.