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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, TT., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 192Q, m i i 1 if i if p if m mm The Two Ways. ! m "There are two ways to be independent in life; one is to make money enough to cover all your wants; the other is to limit your wants so strictly that you don't need much money to cover them." The foregoing quotationVrom a recent magazine article by Bruce Barton embodies a sane philosophy of life, a brand of philosophy which this country is much in need of at the present moment. The tendency in recent years has been to gratify wants rather than to limit them. There are some indications, however, that the tide is turning and that there is a growing tendency to purchase according to urgent needs rather than according to urgent desires. These two ways are ever before us. There is always the appeal to spend; the shop windows abound with opportunities to buy desirable things; it takes resolution and courage to resist the temptation to buy things useful in themselves but which are not absolutely necessary. It takes courage to limit our wants to the absolute necessi ties of life yet many are doing it to-day and more will be doing it to-morrow. If we would do the best by our country and by ourselves we must see to it that there is always a margin of safety between income and outgo ; that there shall always be set aside some amount, no matter how small, for the savings fund, for life insurance or for investment. This alone is the safe way. May we not help you to save by opening a savings account in your name? The Montpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company, "The Old Bank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont. Depository of the State of Vermont. P MARSH FIELD Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McCrillii Enter tained Large Party at Greensboro. On Saturday IiihI, friends of 11. 1). McCriflis, grand patron of the Order, of Eastern, Star, and his family mo tored to Ciispiiin lake. Greensboro, to spend Sunday at their two cot t a , tlie Luke Shore and the Cedars. Many ofticerg of the grand chapter were pres ent and a company of 17 were Rented together Sunday at a table loaded with good things provided to cheer but not to inebriate. The dav was an ideal one and (he brilliant autumnal coloring, which C3" so BE SURE 1 AMD GET clothed the Kiirroiinding hills with grandeur and beauty was at its best. V'Ji ! The beautiful lake lay calm anil tpi'iet, jjp mirroring t he azure sky and the gundy colors Of the bordering foliage upon its bosom and torming a scene oi beauty that can never be equalled by the artist's pencil. The guest book was brought forth and the ncur-poct penned a full ex pression of the thought of the liHppy company, after" jvhich everybody sub scribed their names as follows: iff IP m 4. m STOCKBRIDGE m Pf iSWsHiH Offsets Labor Shortage J. A. .fudson, Buffalo Creek, Mont., says: "We bought our Pelco-Light iu the spring of 191 7. Besides saving about 4S hours each week, it has given jjerfeet satisfaction. With the present difficulty in securing help we consider it indispensable.." Write for Catalog W. G. GOODWIN Montpelier, Vt. MAKE 4)ELCO-LIGHT YOUR CHOICE Explained. " 'Talk is cheap' the reason why Is ery plain," said Hand. ,-It is a case where the supply By far exceeds demand." Boston Transcript. "Tell yonr Mother KEMP'S BALSAM will stop that cough, Bill. My uio'Jier gives it to me when I get a couh and you don't bear we couching sM the time." I . ; ' ! I I B mm hiiiii.. m iiimi uiu'i miuas. u . Ill J J..U, Ml wnuilMiJIUIW mil 1" Win1' .J 'nwH H Yes, surely all wilj remember. When the twenty-sixth day of Septem ber, In the year of grace, 1020, In balmv air and sunshine plenty, A glorious day among the Cedars, A joyous crowd of healthy feeders We gathered there bv the beautiful lake And greeted each other for friend ship's sake. Thus adding a link to the chain of gold That never can grow either weak or old, And the prayer of each as we clasped tie hand Was for a reunion soon of our happy band, And we sign our names in the space below f That our love to our hosts may plain ly show. fJeorge A. Huntington Pliilu .1. Hunt ington Montpelier; Charles H. Dana, Kllit C. D;ina, Woodbury: K. I. Allen. Addie K. Allen. Milton; V.. tieorge Ev ans, Anna A. Evan. Burlington; V. J. DavK (Joldie E. On vis. Elva I). !a vis, Xortliticld ; (i. W. (Jriiiun, Clara E. (Iroom, Florence Croom, St. Albans; H. T). Mct'rillis. Genevieve McCrillis. Ocorge C. McCrillis, MnrshnVld. COUGHS COLDS ond HOARSENESS CA BRIGCS COMPANY CAMBRIDGE. MASS i EAST CALAIS Richard Dwyer and family have moved from Hartford, Conn,, to the home of bis mother, Mrs. John Dur kee. Mrs. R L. Durkee celebrated her 01st birthday Sunday. She ,was re membered by many friends and re ceived several calls in honor of the oc casion. Elsie Holmes spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. H. X. Holland are vis iting relatives and friends in Water bury and St owe. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. h'ish are attend ing the state fair this week.. Mr. Fish has a job tiking tickets. Leo White, vvi f a gang of men, is at work resurfacing the-road from H. L. Baker's to the Pittsfield line as far as possible. ' Harry Dwire and wife have moved from Hartford, Conn., to the Charles Durkee house. Mrs. , DNvirc's mother is with them.' Miss Mary r.Uingwood was in Wpitej River Junction a day recently. The new concrete bridge near 0. T. Mills' is practically finished, but i must stand a few day before trailte can pass over h. Wayne Ajr, ,mi m1s, .hn Dutton have were ; rnirchused h farm in BetheL near the Creek house. WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Allen Scott Burnham and Clarahcll Brown visitors in Webstcrville on Sunday. Mrs. Dan Brown visited her daugh ter, Mrs. Boy Lamberton, in Marsh field, the first of the week. -... wi. ..i.. ..-.I :i- .....v.. , tl II II IHTICl mill 1UUIII, vtc - , li J - itors in Barre on Monday." h,lndrt1r ,s Vrusade iay m , . r , . I the I niversalist denomination. 1 he Mr. Darling of Bos on was a bus.- j hur(.ll Jn Washington will observe the ness visitor the ullage luesday. i . R f. . wiinit01.s wil, rMch a special sermon appropriate to the' WHITE RIVER JUNCTION To All Our Old Friends and AH the New Ones That This Announcement Will Bring Us We have taken advantage pf the Agency Plan of the United Cigar Stores Co., which in every essential respect makes our store a UNI TED CIGAR STORE. This plan has proved immensely successful wherever introduced, be cause it passes on to smokers in smaller places all the advantages en joyed by the smokers of the large cities in which the United Cigar Stores Co. operates 1,000 stores. Under the plan we own the store as before and our name remains over the door, but our arrangement gives us all the benefits of buying and selling that any United Cigar Store enjoys. All the famous brands at United Cigar Store prices. United Coupons or Certificates with all purchases. x Our Store Will Open as a United Cigar Store September 30 To celebrate the occasion the following SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS arc offered: FREE, Double Certificates with a!l purcheses. FREE, Ten whole Certificates with amounting to $1.99 or over. cigarette purchases FREE, A Tobacco Pouch (Gcnuihe Duckskin) with all pur chases oi pipes. FREE, A Durham Duplex (Demonstrator) Razor with pur chases amounting to 25c or over. FREE, A Glasi Ash Tray with purchases amounting to 50c or over. Charles Wilson of Fairvew terrace is entertaining his eoiisin. Mrs. Anna fur rier of Grand Kapids. Mih. fienrjje A. Cheilel, who is the local manager of the ("hamplain Realty Co., i confined to his home at l!and"lh liv illness. Mr. mid Mrs. T. V. La Fountain are entertaining as tlioir jjnests Mr- C. M. ISidu-ell of Charleston n. X. II. Mrs. A. '. l.nkrv is entrrtHinin Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Pnrlx-e of Hoston. Mr. and Mr. V. I,. Rughee have ns their juest their son-in-law. Prof. M, B. Cumtnings. of the I'nhersity of Vermont, A verv prettv home wedding took nlaee on the lawn at the home of the liride's parent. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Poland of Wilder, when their daughter Mildred, was united in marriage to Clarence Burt of I'nion Village Satur nay. ept. ti.it (i. the ceremony wa performed bv Krv. L. f!. Cha-e of the I'tderated ehureh and the double rin rvh whs used. The couple were at tended hv Miss Vellie Poland.. si-4er of the bride, and Miss Blanche Ken von. -s maids, and Theodore Poland Mother of the bride was the best man They were the recipients of many n;c presents of silver and also a player piano. Thev will make their home in I'n'on Villa;.''", mid the be-t wi-hes of the community C with them to their new home. Mr. Abhie Wilmot died at the Marv Hitchcm-k btspitnl. Hanover Mondav mormni:. The funeral was in from the (."nprejational chui Wednesday nmrnine and b'irial :a m the family lot in the Cliri-fian stree cemetery. Mr. "Will StevetH of N'orMield i the "ue-t of her brother and his fam ily. Mr ami Mrs V W Wb'te are en trrtaiiiing their daMyhter. Mrs. Fbr encc B'anchard cf Bo-ton. Mis Maud Williamson of X"orth Ahinirton, Mas., is the piet of her parents. Mrs. Hefirpe Stevens of Brooklme. Mass., is spending some time with her pister. Mrs. ,(ese (iibbs received a painful iniurr to one tinker rmcntlv in the IVwy's mills, the finder bcins innht in the pr of the loom The fleh was nearly enihed from the first joint, but it is thought as the bone is not in jurd. the whole of the finger may be saved. To Deey's mills dosed last Friday nijrht and will not oiwn apain until Tuesday. Ot. 12. In the meantime a new- machine, which arrived Friday tnornim;, mill be placed in position, and nther minor repair" made, at which some of the men will 1m employed and othrrs are helping mil on the farm: others have wmk at thp state fair. .lames F. IVwry. as the rmont meml-er of the nmmiion of foreign and doitie-tic conimen-p. has accpled an invitation from the Providence. K. I., ilmmtier of cntnmercp to ai-ronipany th-ni to St. Albans and Montreal, to cinf-r vith the fTi ials of the Crand 1 rtmk re.ilroad in regard to the com fietition of the S.!t'icrn New Knsrand railroad. (ieorye Wheelock and family and Kay Abbott and family were in Web sterville on .Sunday to see the air plane. Mrs. John Slayton visited in Barre oi Tuesday. br. B. L. Dwinell of Taunton, Mass., who has been stopping at Hotel Barre a short time, railed on his cousins, C. R. and 1). h. Dwinell,, last week. The doctor, who is in poor health, was accompanied by his tiurse. Dr. Franklyn Dwinell a. wife have gone to Bradford, where they are to reside. The very manv friends of Dr. Dwinell wish him the best of suPcess in his new location. Mrs. Lucy Hollister of X'orth Mont pelier was a recent visitor at C. B. Southw ick's. Hiland B. Harvey of Philadelphia and Charles Harvey of Woodbury were v isitors at W. K. Bliss' last week. M. I). Hawkins and family and W. 0. Kastman and Mrs. F.tta Burnham at tended the state fair on Wednesday. Mrs. (Juv (Tough of Rochester is the guest of Mrs. C K. Bliss, her daugh ter. Doris Bennett and Ruth Kmerson, girls w hom the state was having board ed at Mrs. Taylor's and Miss .lack man's, have gone away. A. L. Bullock of Hard wick was a recent visitor in town. Mr. and MN. l-ce F.dson, John Wit her and Rose Sherburne were in White River Junctioon the first of the week. W. J. Coates is in Walden op in surance business this week. ' Mi-s Kllen Keniston was in Barre the first of the week. Miss Margaret , Saunders has re turned from a visit with friends in i Lamoille county. j Iean Brown was a business visitor, in Barre on Tuesday. All Mothers Will Find Use For This Laxative Give Dr. CiMwtll'i Syrup Pepsin to a constipated child and note it quick recovery. IN a growing family the subject of thought with the parents is how to keep the children healthy and happy, and what to do when they become ill. Most illnesses of childhood are the symptoms of constipation, such as headaches, coated tongues, flatulence, dizziness, loss of appetite and sleep, biliousness, etc. You can surely feel safe in doing what teps of thousands of others do with good results, so give, according to the age of the child, a small quantity of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. Eight million bottles were bought last year at drug stores. It is America's favorite family remedy for constipation, indigestion and similar ills, and is especially suitable for children, women and old folks as it is so mild and gentle in action. There is no secret about Dr, Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. It is a combination of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with neosin and Dleasant tasting aromatics. Druggists have sold it well, 313 Washington Street, for thirty years, and a sixty cent bottle Monticeilo, Illinoii. Every- will last for months. Experienced bodynow and then needs a mothers are never without it in the laxative.anditisujclltoknow house. the best Write me tociay. mm TRY1TFREE Send me tour name and ad dress and I will send you a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin. Address me Dr. W. B. CM- occasion. A call is issued to every per son who is interested in the church to be present Bnd help to make this serv ice a noteworthy one. Notice. The Happy Medium. "Are the (iadspurs in comfortable circumstances ?" "Yes, indeed." "They are not rich !" "Oh, no; and they have sense enough not to pretend to be." Bir mingham Ag;e-Herald. Old and young; folks' dance at school- house Im'l. nui-hiiijrion, rriaay, uct. 1. (Jood music. Everybody come and ! bring your friends. Admission, 75c per couple. adv. Catarrh Germs Move Out When Hyomei Moves In No stomach dosing. Hyomei is made chiefly of oil of eucalyptus taken from the eucalyptus forest of inland Aus tralia, and combined with other excel lent antiseptics. In inland Australia the atmosphere is so impregnated with balsam thrown out. bv the eucalyptus trees that germs do not thrive, and in consequence coughs, colds, catarrh and other nose and throat afflictions are practically unknown. Breathe Hyomei ami pet the same pleasant germ killing effect as ou would get in the eucalyptus forests. Hyomei is sold by the Red Cross Thai-macy and druggists everywhere- on a guarantee of satisfaction or money r'unded.- - Adv. BIfou Theatre Where Everybody Goes IT ATERBURY CENTER . Praypr mppting and choir rehearsal in the north church Thursday at 7:.'t". Sunday service in south church at 10 : -l-l worship and sermon by Mr. Sallis. Sun. day school immediately after. 7:30 p. m.. special young people's service, with service on "Into Ijirge Places." Ends indigestion It relieves stomach misery, sou r stom ach, belching and all stomach disease or money back. Large box of tablets at all druggist in all towns. mm Regulate your stomach ao you can eat favorite foods without fear oi Indigestloa Flatulence Gates Acidity PalpiUtioa A few tablets of Tape' fVlapepatd eorrect acidity, thua regulating dila tion and EiTmK instant atom ach relief. Large (We case drugstorea, TO MAKE THE HOME COZY nothing so good as a soft-illuminating table lamp. It means warmth, peace, comfort, let us show you some of ours. Or maybe you are in need of new globes. V( carry every- I thing electrical. "Wire talks of power"' THE CUSHMAN CO., 14 Elm Street, Phone 557-M. Presents for To-day Only VIVIAN RICH In the Fox Feature World of Folly Business Is Business, But There's Peril in Neglecting a Wife for Business A Fascinating Society Drama ALSO 1 The Literary Digest The Latest News Weekly and the last episode ot The Whirlwind Uncle Sam at Freedom Ridge P p ft m m m I 0, P m m p p TO-MORROW FRANK MAYO In the Saturday Evening Post Story The Peddler of Lies also JACK DEMPSEY in DAKEDEV1L JACK and A GREAT PAL Comedy m ft i; Betrayed Herself. lie . k c 1 1 despairingly into acan-r "I hsve had my mi:'ii m;s" h- sj-d tn a full, pasnionles-- voi, "but now I . . ... 1 am sure. wir laugn shows me Mnt arp ultrrlv b art She turned pale. Hevpn. I cprn my moutli w ide as that " wtiT Storie. Buy Your Gillette Safety Razors at United Prices Regular S5.00 Sets $3.79 The Barre Drag Co., Mc, Depot Square "Carre's Most Modern Pharmacy' rark Theatre Building Barre. VI. bp rretl in termr. "rtiil n 9 j If it vrrre prwublp to V M ; undrr wt'J mskr Vi"-f f J B ' it. bjt it rn"f be S . J B Tl"NTON i 1 - S j KNITTING CO. j'Sp, w ,1 8 I Taunton, Miu. " M Special for Friday and Saturday Men's Suits .$32.00 and $35.00 Roys' Suit $B.OO to $11.00 Roys Mackinaws for $6.30, $8.00, $9.00 Men's Khaki Pants $2.25 and $3.25 Men's KevstoneTants $6.50 Men's Work Shirts $1.35 Men's Dress Shirts from $1.5 to $5.00 Men's White Handkerchiefs 10c each, three for 25c Bleached and Unbleached Cotton, per yard 35c Outing Flannel 30c, 32c, 35c, 40c Percales, per yard. 30c, 32c Shirtings, per yard 30c Lndies Georgette Waists at 10 per cent, discount. 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, per yard 85c 9-4 Dleached Sheeting, per yard 90c 56-inch Men's Suiting, per yard $1.50 All-wool Navy Blue Storm Serge $1.98, $2.00 Part--ool Poplin, 36-inch wide, special.... 79c Ladies Voile Waists. $1.50 value for 89c Men's Dress and Working Shoes i $4.98 We have a full line of Ladies', Men's and Children's Sweaters at very low prices. The Barre Bargain Store II. ZITER, Prop. Telephone 730' 248 North Main Street, Barre, Yermont It will pay the prospective milker buyer to" investi gate this machine and give it a free trial. Agent. F. F. Fuller, Waterbury, Yt. Tel. 46-4. "World's Fair" Tunbridge, Vt. October, 5, 6 and 7, 1920 Wednesday, October 0 Entries close at 8 a. m. Judging of stock by Mr. Elliott Judging of vegetables, grain and fruit, Mr. Eiton. Also judging of other classes. Come and ?ee the specimens placed and ak questions. FORD AUTOMOBILE RACE IN MORNING No Entry Fee. Prizes: 1st, $15; 2nd, $10; 3rd. $5. Racing starts at 1:30 p. m. B. A. Manchester licenced starter. Daniel Bliss licensed timer. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7 Races in Afternoon. 2:50 Race; 2:27 Race. Fre-for-AH Tunbridge Band furaishr-s muic. Free attractions. Bi cycle and barrel act each d.iy in frcr.t cf grand ftard. r.H nosers t a-, Hrie, Yt.