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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY,, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920.
.,t . , ,. . . . . . . - . , m ' . . ...... m a4 1 i i if;. I Why Take the Risk? , . .......... y , The margin between investment and speculation is dangerous ground for those who cannot afford to lose, as thousands of New England people have recently learned, by sad experience. Millions of dollars are lost every year through unwise investment. Why not leave investment in hazardous "securities" to those who' can afford to lose?' In the long run you will be better off by investing your money in securities which you know to be sound or by depositing in the safe and sure savings institutions of Vermont. Few people have ever gained wealth by speculation. Multitudes' have built up respectable estates through systematic saving. The saving way is the sure way.- Why not let this sound old savings institution helpou save? FOUR PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS. The Montpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company, "The Old Bank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont Depository of the State of Vermont. NORTH RANDOLPH .Mrs. Mary K. Gifl'ord of East Bethel w t-iHtrmtr ur ihp rmme or iwr koii. won flifl'orrl Mr anil Mra ClflOfltt Kb rr of i Riichester. Mian tfrlna Moore of Kan- M dolph and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Gilford of gp j i-.ast Bethel were week-end guests gtnere. A recent guest at Mr. i. moras was his niece Miss Henrietta Vesper, and not "aunt," ax a recent item read. Mm. Will Graves and daughter, Bev erly, spent Wednesday and Thursday with he- sister, Mrs. Karl Tyler. Mrs. Harry Oooley from the Center was also a guest there Thursday. Mrs. Isabella Kent attended the teachers' meeting at Randolph Satur day. Mrs. Ralph Thayer, Marjorie and Carlton were guests at Herman Flint's in uramtree tne same day. Grange was well attended Friday evening, a class of 1 1 joinjing twt grange. j'.ast) jsetifci raueu to come ne PpU'ause of the rainy night, hut will come -4 . a f a lata? Hilt m 9 h Id ii me BEHAVE THEG0ODS 'TIS NOT DENJED- FROM PLUG TO TlfiES WE ARE. SUPPLIED WE ARE RELIABLE and the auto merchandise we supply . yoji with is depend able. Our rep utation is your protection. The truth of these statement is attested by Mr. Dollar Bill, the auto expert, who knows how to get the best run for his money. . Read his talks from week to week. The Shop That Gives Your Dollar a Long Ride. J. J. HASTINGS' VULCANIZING SHOP 371 North Main Street Physician Explains Why He Prescribes luxated Iron for Run-Down, Anaemic People Sayt It Quickly Increases the Strength and Energy of Men and Brings Roses to the Cheeks of Nervous, Run-down Women Over Four BOUGHT IN ANY CONDITION Highest prirea for old gold, ailver and platinum ; mail to Amarican Tooth Co., 43 Wahina ton (tract. Boston, opp. FilFne'a, foetal No. 1 1. Ask the fifat hundred atroBf, healthy look inf people you meat ta what their owl their strength and tnirir and eea how many reply "Nuxatad Iron." Dr. Jamn Francia tiuili-. ran, formerly Phyaicianot Bellevue Hospit.il (Out door DfDt.), of New York and the YVrstchester t ounty Hospital aayf. Thouaanda ol nerroua, tun down, anarmie people uffer from iron deficiency Imf do not know what to take. There ia Penn ine- like orcanie iron .uxa women and five men increaaed strength and energy. I'nlike the older forma of iron. Nuated Iron doea not injure the teeth nor upet the atomach. but it readily ammilated Million PopU Annually Are Taking Nuxated Iron IlKe organic iron ated Iron to quickiy enrirh tne blood, thereby put roses in the cheeka of and you can quickly recognne it action renewed feeling ot Djoyani by health. No matter what other iron remediee you hare used without tucceit if you are not trong or well iou owe it to youraelf to make the following test: See how long you can work or how far you can walk without becoming tired; neat take two five grain tableta of Nux ated Iron three t'mea per day after meala (or two weeka. Then teat your atrength aain and are how much you have gained. To ba absolutely aure of getting real oraanie iron and not anme form of the metallic variety alway aak for ia tablet (oral en NuxatH Troii in it onffinal park- tret. Nuxated Iron will iocrrii tti trrnrlh. power and pndurwice of drlictte, ner out, run down pfoplr in two wreka time ia man loatanct. MAMDpACTVRBaa Kertr' Kuata4 Tra, Wfb it recommn4d ahMr U n-n a Kttii rtmav kai hi:ll is twawrwn t 6mggitt eTryhtK. V hk ih alder inors;aatc iron product! ii ta aatny aimtlaic?4 and do aet fror th tta, wnk tbrm blatk, or tips the toatar. f tcli takki of pnuin Kukarad irofl a ttatp4 mtUtwt and the want Nuiatnl Ira ar nmp4 '"TtJ tach aoitla, a tht tht pMtc nay o b M Jw , iato acccpitnf inferior subtiyia. Tba aunntac Itirara fuaranica tuceaastul a4 anttraly aarttisr. Cory reuitt to every purtttattr ar iay will refund yur money, it is ,.pawl 4 g4 4ru&iata WHITE RIVER ilea JUNCTION P 01 Besides a Greatly Augmented General Program in every branch of this Mammoth Exposition you'll want to see the Great! Racing Program 10,000 for the Winners r Morgae Morse Finest Strings Ever Assembled in New England Smow See the Aeroplanes Ride in them; see the Stunt Flying Twice Daily RECORD EXHIBITS S20.000 PREMIUMS Poultry, Cattle, Hordes, Sheep, Swine, Etc. For Premium List address F. I Davis. S White Rhr Junction. VI. Mrs. May Hiise unci have been uneiifliiic the mmihier at Mrs AlrtiPila Cone's, returned last, week to Randolph. ' Air. and Mra. Wtl Smith Bpent Sun day at .Mrs. Smith's father's, Charles Rogers, in Tunbridfje. , (Juesta at the Cone .intpr Sunday were .Mr. and Mn. Charles Stanley from Washington, Rev. Newell (). Stan ley of Wisconsin, Mr. and Mr. Ed. Hope, Helen and Stanley from South Royalton. Miss Marion Allen of South Royal ton was a visitor at Ralph Thayer's Sunday. Will Anhline and Don Salter were in Windsor on business a dav lant week. ; Mr. and Mrs. Will Dickinson at tended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. S. A. Matnon, in Went Corinth. Sept. ft, Mrs. f!uy Parker and Edward are viiiting at Clifton Carev's in fast Granville. There is to be a danoe at Ray Rlais dell's Friday evening, Sept. 17. All are invited. Jleatriee Washburn returned Monday to Montpelier eeminary. T. .!. Pugsley is at the creamery, in stalliiif; the refrigerating plant. He is iKiarding at Auto imi. Andrew Durkee, .Misse Loin and Myrtie Durkee were visitors at C. H. Tatt's in Royalton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oorge Striikland, Kmerson, Alton and Charles, with Carl Harvey, a schoolmate of Mr. Strick land s from Roston. were gueMs at (ieorge Dearing's Monday. Pauline Hutchinson spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Krvin Fiske. Frankin, were visitors at the home of Glen Parker in Wtftjdhury Sunday. Miss Leah Harrington was in Mont pelier recently for an operation on her throat. Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Hill and son, Ralph, .were visitors in Barre Satur day. ; I NORTH CALAIS Mvrle Chaffee of Hardvvick visited at Neil Chaftin's recently. Roy Slayton visited friends in Wol cott Sunday. Lee While has finished work for Jay Lillic and is working for his uncle, II. V Sc-ribner. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Jair and Mr. and Airs; W. J. Dailcy were in Hurt on Wednesday to attend the fair. Mrs. Simon phase was in Burre re cently. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dana were in Woodbury on business Wednesday. Miss I'earl Bullock attended the fair in Barton .Wednesday. Fred White of East Cabot visited at H. Y. Scribncr'a last week. Mahlon Slayton was a business vis itor in Montpelier Tuesday. George Drown was a business vilitor in Hardwick Wednesday. Miss Ruby Tibbitts visited her sis ler, Mrs. Ray Leonard, in Adamant over the week end. Mrs. H. H. Holmes went to tht) ter, Mrs. Nina Dailey, and Dr. Q. U. Hall accompanied her. The community was saddened to hear of the death of Mrs. Klsie .lane (Wheejer) Hathaway in Hoaton hos pital, Montpelier, Wednesday, Sept. 8. She was one of the bast school teachers ' and a very kind and loving neighbor, j Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carr visited' their children, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur! Carr. in Wrightsville Sunday. Mr. and! Mrs. Arthur Carr were just home from I the hospital, where they both under- i went an operation. I Mr. and Mrs. Will White Lave gone ''"n . to their home, in Hardwick, after visit- (-me" . . . . . X'Mtr tng trienus Here several (lavs. , I ,. , , , ... Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Slarton and son,' ( ar.' hf"ve hep" reeeneA hm an Roy, visited her brother. Dennis Law-.' nunl:,n lb' rrxe ot Amah Olive nn. in Wnodhiirv recentlv. . Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rvr..n Rulu.L-iiu i lvnin.it t K..n. W. C. Cunningham, to Robert Tyler i jav ; Partington of Brookfild, Mass., Sept. fi. i-re Whitehas moved his household Mrs- Mary Martin has gone to visit goods from Fast Cabot to the Jason i her brothers in Worcester, Mass., for a Marsh house. fw weeks. !xui U Point was in Wotidbiiry Sat-! Mrs. Warren Currier has returned urdav. I from a "lisit at her brother's. Fed Frakinp and Georfe Laird nf Wood-1 Johnson, III Boston. , I bui v were visitors at Neil Chaffee's i t lnirch services Sunday, Sept. 19. at WAITS RIVER Alfred Follansbee and Roy Prescott are cutting for Mr. Denning the lumber formerly owned by S. F. Locke. Rerdena Richardson is working for K. 8. Locke, while Mrs. Locke is teach ing. Rev, Avlvn Dexter of Alabama, and nephew, who are visiting Walter Ber gins of West Topsham; called on Mrs. J. T. Carter last week. W. S. Crafts of Bradford called on Mr, and Mrs. T. D. Fellows Thursday. Miss Lola Nut, who has been visit ing her sister, Mrs. Ranney, at Hard wick, has returned home. Frank Sanborn, Mrs. F'mma Martin, Mrs. Loisclle and children of Manches ter, X. If., sp?nt last week at their cot tage at Itke Fairlee. Miss Ada Welch has returned home from the Hanover hospital, much im proved. , Mr. and .Mrs. George Skinner of Lowell, Mass., who have been visiting at Mrs. J. Carter's, returned home Fri day. if you would like to se soma nice popcorn, known as the "bear paw," call at T. D. Fellows' to see what he raised. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fish and two children of, Penacook, X. H., are visit ing relatives and friends here. Mrs. Fish will be remembered as Amy and has not been here in 17 AS P ft WARNING 1 Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians' for 20 years and proved safe by millions. Name "Bayer" has same meaning as 14 Karat on gold. SAFETY FIRST1 Accept only an "unbroken package" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of "Aspirin," which contains proper direc tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheuma tism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and for pain generally. Strictly Americanl Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents Larger pa.eka.gea. AatXrin la tha tra, mark of Barer Ma-ufaetura of Monoaeeticaeldcstar of BsllertleaMM MaifettESS THE 47TH ANNUAL r Sunday. Wait Kiver at IO:4. a. m. Sunday i Mr. and Mr. I'. (!. Fifield of Fast i school following morning service. Calais were visitors at Mrs. Alice Dan- j leaver meeting Friday at 7 p. m.' ids' Sunday. i Room for more. Come out to hear Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Wither Parker and son,i(icorge Morris. ! I a ii ii van R o nver .Fair CORINTH Bert Keith and three srentlemen friends of Roston are spending their vacation at I). C. Cooke's. Clifford Chalmers, wife and sister, Mrs. Anabel V, Woixlroik. are attend ing the fair at St. .lohni-biirv. Ixwis True had an auction last week ! Tuesday. Jio urtend to move to St. Johusbury and work in the Fairbanks wale plant. Mrs. George nooker has Iwcn having company from Tilton. X. H. Klliott Taplin of lxominster, Mas., has been visiting his sister. Mr. Frank Thompson, and other relatives in this town. , Joseph Lore! was in Chels-a last week as juryman on the Fairlee sub bing cae. Kleanor Chalmers. Sadie Hasting", F.thel Patrick, Dorothy Rinehanlt, vera fargenl, Violet Sumner are at tending Bradford high school and Fsrhol Sargent Montpelier i-eniinary. Mrs. Fliza Wyman of Bradford was at (Jeorge Parker's last week. Mra. Parker and Mrs. Wvman spent Satur day with Mrs. (harles Burroughs at the Corner. Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall at tended the O. K. S. meeting at Chel sea laM Thursday evening. A son was born to Mr. and Mr, Fred McKinstry Sunday. Sept. 5. Mr. K. F. Colby has '2 college stu dents and their pmfeor boarding with her at the Pike hill mines hoard ing house. They mine to Cook vi Me eve ring and entertain the people at the potoftii-e porch with college songs. Mr. and Mrs. W. Sidney Svene hae adopted a on from the Burlington orphans' home, Over 30 women regitered for the purpose of voting at tle primaries. Several schools are still without any teacher. Mr. and Mrs. John Kronrau have re ceived word from Chicago of the mnr risge of his father and her mother. Mr. Colton, on Sept. 7. 3ik pi I Pf1 Jr P'y - W3 ley Northfield, Sept. 21, 22, 23 promises to be the largest and best exhibition in all its classes ever seen on its grounds. The man agement are putting the buildings, grounds and track in first class condition. The railroad gives us reduced rates and stop all trains at the gate. Everything Indicates a Big Fair SOUTH CABOT TTarley Hansome and family of TVr by Line have been visiting at L F. Kidder's the past week. W. B. Wheeler was in Montpelier with a party Molina r. Mabel Wood has finished work at N". M. Storker'a ajid returned to her fa thers. Mr. and Mr. Angus Smith of ( ah.it are stopping at th farm which he pur chased of L. IV Hall and thry are t ik ing down a barn and nyvini; it to C-Kot. ' Mrs. Le Dow returned from the ho- pital at St. Johnsbury Friday and is gaining fast. The sale Monday of .ferry Hut fun's r(ritrred Holstein cattle was very well attended, considering the weather. Mr. and Mrs. F.dirar Kidder were in Littleton, N. H., Saturday and Sun day. Kerrtt Kidder and Kenneth Ba-sett went to St. .fohnsbury Tuesday to he gone a few days. Clyde Clifford 'of Peacham waa here over the week end. Mr. Wilhrr Wlsrlr i in St. .Johns- bury, visiting friend- for a few day. Mr. and Mra. Fred Houghton of Parre ere here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Mra. ftrville Nnvtta of Danville visited at Lee rv.a u Sunday. Mr. and Mra A. O. Cassady of Wash ingtn, D. C are rue-ts at Coh-n (.as sadv'a for a few dv. It's Cheaper to Paint than Replace Lt the Bay Stater be the guardian of your home. His faithful allies that give constant protection against rot and ex pensive repair bills are the army of Bay State Liquid Paints The Bay Stater chases gloom, too, and brings sunshine to your home in side and out. There is a. Bay State paint, stain, varnish or enamel to fill every painting need. , iNOROUT.theAH-RoundVarnish This Naw England mad varnish will not turn whtta or loaa ita glossy nawnaaa. It is a varniahea in on. For fin indoor finish!; for outdoor work that muat atand tha ravages of foul weather, it is tha world'a ruparior varnish. WADSWORTH. ROWLAND & CO., Inc. Rotton. Maaa. Vmrftt ftml and Vmrmuk Haktrt at rVra EnglnJ A tvmnrj ,is7 Tha lartutaf V?sen iswiaBiaaij BAY STATE av r Ym eaa Wy laaraot Vs.aita aa4 Bar Ststa Pant treat V LEE S. BLANCH ARD, General Merchandise, Groton, Vt. JBiOM Tlneallire Where Everybody Goes , . . 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Many letters have oimp j Liver Remedy a reliable family medi-I to us to prove that it has been a houe-jcine. Forty years a?o it a named! hold remedy for yearnl years.' Here j "Snfe"' lecause it isSAFK aloolutcly; j is what one piatcful woman has re-1 equali.inr; t lie w.uk of Inith t he kidnev s 1 Icentlv written: , jand liver. Set isfitctorr results are oh-' AUTC ROBES We have just receiver! a line of Hush and Wool Automobile Robes. You will neod these robe? the?e chil!y evenings. Come in and look them over. Let? & Clara B. Shorn Marhfirld. Vermnnf, "I wish to say that your remed'c j taincd in ihf most fcifrr (?. and it j have been used in our fannlv for fifteen !is sold by Harre Dru to. and .all lead years. We are never without a bottle of Warner'a Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy in our home, and it has saved manv a doctor's bill. It is a wonderful I ine driicirists- .vamp e sent on re ceipt of ten -ent. Warner's ate Rrniedie Co., IVpt. H2't. RJiester. N. Y. Adv. aUTTI I iMIIl' lllaalMt ''i'M IM' I llll 'llaaal mm agjl ' V- aw DOROTHY'DALTON lnH TMOMAS P INCE t?oicti$ JHE DAZK MIROaA.PArlAMOUITaiiEl PICTURE! In the Special Taramount Feature "THE DARK MIRROR 99 World of Wealth and a Underworld and a Belle of n Romance of Two Worlds and Two Beautiful Women, the m Daughter of rashion, the fn nf ihc Dance Hall Dives z a v i nvnu ' - fy 1 1 1 1 A L A 1 afI I. n f K a tlM I tttHOM 1 TV Aan Y. f UlSDiriK Jin WW. , raMiiuii aim luauij vi icn lork s Upper len also Burton Holmes Travelogue And the Fourth Epi.cPde of The Third Eye TO-MORROW It will pay the prospective milker buyer to investi gate this machine and give it a free trial. Agent, F. F. Fuller, Waterbury, Vt. Tel 46-4. 1 1 0 Charlfes Ray In His Latest Production Paris Green also THE YILLIAVS BROKEN HEART A Metro Tc,-Act Comedy and THE LATEST SCREEN MAGAZZINE