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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BAKRE, VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1920.
Three Banking Essentials For almost half a century The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company has served the people of Vermont with fidelity. On the foundation of a conserva tive business policy we have built a strong, stable institution, directed by an alert and capable management. - . With assets of over Five Million Dollars, an ample capital and large surplus for the protection of depositors and an experienced and capable management we believe we measure up to the first requirement of the discriminating depositor SAFETY. With a banking experience of nearly fifty years we believe we may justly lay claim to that degree of STABILITY .which only the passing of the vears can give in fullest measure. With a constantly growing number of de positors we are, perhaps, justified in believing that the SERVICE which we give our depositors is satisfactory to them. v If we can serve you in any way we shall be glad to have you write us, or better still, call and get acquainted with some of our officers. The Montpelier Savings Bank &Trust Company "The Old Bank on the Corner" ' Montpelier, Vermont Depository of the State of Vermont - STOWE ' ' Jjuniors of High School. Presented- Pleasing Production, riift members of the junior cW of Stowe high school presented the throe ict comedy, "Aboard a Slow -Train in Hssoury," at the auditorium Weilnes- lay evening to a well nuea nousr. Much credit ia due Miss Kefe for the (leasing manner in which the play was ,-iven. llione takinp part wrre iiiuyn tafford, Walter -Gibbs. Floyd Sear, pulton Wells, Carl Shepard, John Ke- or, Raymond alelvin. L.yle hpauiciuig, Martha Oale. Pearl Taylor, Juna ttloh Tatro. Mariorie Foster, Hor ense Shackett, Margaret Bailey, Bea rice Kaiser, Reba Smith, Helen Peter nn. Alice Sallies. Lyle Moulton. ''orbps Adams', Richard .Straw,. Lytm 'oates and Catherine Collins. During he evening there were several musi nl numbers, including a song, "The ,ittle Hireh l anoe, ' ny tne jussesi Martha Oale, llarjorie Foster, Hor-, ense Miaekett, aiargaret joaney, Peatrice Kaiser, Helen Peterson, Alice 'ollins, solo by Principal C. !. Strand, olo by Juna Oakes, an illustrated onir. "The licit and the Cow," by the Misses Kaiser, fiale. Foster Bailey and lifton Stafford, a duet. "We'll Let the test of the World Go By," Agnes I'owne and Carl Shcpard. The evening losed with dancing with music by base and Shackett'a orchestra. The lass will realize a good amount as the eceipta from the play and dance imounted to about $130," not including xpenses. ing their first appearance this season Wednesday morning. Mrs. C. A. Riley and Mrs. K C. Bailey, who went to Winooski Tues day, were accompanied home Wednes day br their daughters. Miss Lois Riley and Miss Mary Bailey, who are recovering from operations for appen dicitis..' ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farrar of Pijts ford were here to spend Thnnksgiving ! with Mrs. Farrar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shaw. Mr. 1-arrwr is re ceiving treatment' at the Pittsford san atorium for illness .resulting from service in France. Mr. and Mrs. L. K Miner of Orange Arito WM, Townee P-ing the week with relative, in town; An order for butter was received Tuesday by the Mt. Mansfield cream ery from Miami, Fla.. showing a wide spread notoriety of . the production of the creamery. E. W. Tinklmm, who has been in specting fiarford trucks in Maine the past month, joined his family here for Thanksgiving. The work of inscribing the names of the men of Stowe. who served in the World war on the marble panels in the 'soldiers' 'memorial hall in the Akeley Memorial building is being done by F. L. Howe and company of Korthfield. There are 73 of the names. The names of 245 men who served in the Civil war placed on the panels at the time of the election of the building. include those soldier who were born in and credited to Stowe, those who were born here' but became residents of other places before the war ami those who have become residents of Stowe since the war. The building was a gift to the town from the late Healey O. Akeley, designed as a memorial to the Stowe men of the Civil war and at the same time to serve as a com munity building for the people of the town. f Little Hilda Fuller recently received a lovely sunshine box from neighbors and fr'ipnds and greatly appreciated the same. Mrs. Sidney Humphrey has contrib uted several volumes of fiction to the Stowe free library. The mdition of Miss Susan A. Bigelow continues to improve and she night just at present in order to keep up the purchasing of milk. Francis Dinsmore, who, with Mrs. Dinsmore," lias been with Mrs. Dins more's mother, Mrs. Julia Jones, since the death of Mr. Jonoa in June, has accepted a position as superintendent of the. Summer Country club at Percy, X. H., and will begin his work there Dec. 1. Mr. Dinsmore is the soli of A. H. Dinsmore, superintendent of the U. S. fish hatchery at St. Johnsbury, and his course at Cornell university has especially fitted him for work in this line. Mrs. Abbie Warren has been gain ing slowlv for several weeks at the home of "her brother. W. B. Bigelow, in Salem, Mass. She is about the house. ' - Mrs. Martha Polaski is enjoying a week's vacation from her duties at the office of the Mt. Mansfield elec tric railroad. Heman Sweet has employment with the C. E. 4 F. O. Burt company store. Mrs. Henry Prescott has received news of the death of her brother, William Culver, at the Vermont state hospital at Waterbury. Mr. Culver .was about t!0 years of age and had made his home with Mrs. Prescott twelve or thirteen years, but went to the hospital .bout four months ago. He leaves four children, Clarenee and Merwin Culver of Lincoln and Leon ' and Mrs. Delia Madison of Ripton. The funeral arrangements have not been completed. . . ; Mrs. Orlo Towne received news on Tuesday of the death of her sister, Lida Foster, in Chicago. Miss Foster's home was for many years in Spring- . field, O. She leaves two sisters.. . I XORTIIFIELD Mr. F. E. Feed has gone to Boston, called there, by the illness of a rela tive. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Burns left on Monday for Boston and from thpre will go to visit their daughter, Miss Marion Burns, who Is attending school in Xew Jersey, and later leave lor Florida, where they will spend the winter. They have closed their home on Traverse street. .Miss Margaret Donahue, who has been visiting her brothers, John Dona hue and Timothy Donahue, and fami lies in Cambridge, Mass., has returned home. Mrs.- Hafton and daughter. Mis Dolly, who have been visitiug at the home of Chief of Police and Mrs. J. M. Donahue, have returned to their home in Boston. Word has been received here of the serious illness of Laura, the young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Ashland, X. H., granddaugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Smith of this town. The young child has pneumonia following ri attack of the whooping cough, i Mrs. Mary Rainger has closed her home and gone to Cleveland, O., to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. W. E. C'omiers. 'Miss Mildred Denny, who has been Spending the pnst six weeks with her sister in Sidney,) Xeb.. has returned home and has resumed ner wars in thn Xorthficld Trust company Dennv visited Mrs. F. X. Whitney in University Place, Xeb., on her way home. The latter is spending the win ter in""Xebraska. Miss Lou PlastVidge of Chicago and Robert PJastridge of Middletown. Conn., were called home last, week by the serious illness of their mother. Mrs. A. E. Plast ridge. Mrs. Plast ridge has been seriously ill for the past few weeks, but U a' little more comfortable.. Mrs. R. H. Morrill and daugliter, NERVOUS SYSTEM SOUTH ROY ALTON SHATTERED "Frult-a-iives", or Fruit Uves Tablets Gave Relief 885 Gbant St., Buffalo, N. T, "I hare been Faralyrcd on the whole right side since April 80th. I referred the case to a physician who wrote me, advising fikt tut oj 'Fruits-lives'. ( . . I would not be without 'Frult-a- tlves' for anything ; no inora strong cathartics or salts j no more bowel trouble for me. recommend 'Fruit-a-tives to all J foci more like 40 than 6?, which I have just passed". WM. H. OSTRANDEIt. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A.-TTVES Limited. OG DEN SB DUG, N. Y. Old Folks' Coughs wilt bt relieved promptly by P'f'- Stof throat tickle; relieves irritation. The remedy Miss ' t cited by more than fifty year of uee is DONT DESPAIR H. ,t. ' B. Skern' has sold his large farm, known 'as the 8cwall farm, and has gonei to Bethel to reside. Miss Bessie-Bliss of West Hartford was a guest at K.nA.' Flint's Sunday. Amos Kb ton,' who has been in Bos ton for two weeks, engaged in work for t he state ..of Vermont at the na tional grange, was at home the first of the week. ,. Rev.' W. C. Christie was. in Montpel ier Monday to attend a conference of Methodists' in regard to an emergency campaign for the New England dea coness hospital. ' Mrs. Blanche Ellis, wfilias been ill, is now on i lie rona to recovery, iurs. mwi.iw ... v, ..i.i.y,, nap laitiig for Mrs. Ellis. , , Misses Edwina and Hortense Flint of Randolph were with their parents last Sunday. - . Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tarbell, who had been married AO years, were given a surprise party by their friends last Saturday evening. A. Everett Edson has traded . his farm in this village with George Ilyzer of Randolph for Mr. Hyzer's residence in Randolph village and will move to Randolph the first of nex,t month. The funeral of R. Yeaton of Broad Brook, who died Monday, was held Wednesday afternoon at his late home. Mr. and lrs. C. P. Tarbell started Sunday night for a week's trip to St. AJtmns, Richford and Ottawa, Canada. W. B. Simonds observed his 03d birthday at his home in Peru Nov. 10. He is able to read without glasses. Mothers! Give The Little Ones Syrup Pepsin They like) Dr. Caldwell's, and it quickly relieve their constipation and headaches, BEGIN to teach the child regular daily elimination as young as possible, and much constipation will be avoided , later in life. The most convenient hour throughout life Is immediptely upon arising. It does not then interfere with play, school or work. When in spite of your efforts a mem ber of the family becomes constipated, give Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the size dose directed on the bottle. It is a mild, gentle laxative safe for young babies; effective for grownups. It is the largest selling liquid laxative in the world, and most economical as a sixty cent bottle will last you many months. For vour information. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a compound of Egyptian THY IT FRF 'F Senna and other simple laxative herbs iV 1 with pepsin and pleasant-tasting ro-v Send me your name and ad matics. Look on it as a good family drs and I uiU send you a free friend( useful to relieve constipation trial bottle of my Sirup Pepsin. and symptoms like headache, bilious- Address me Dr, W. B. Cold ness, colds, fever, bad breath, loss of well, 513 Washington Street, appetite and sleep. It-is no exaggera- MonticeUo, Illinois. Every tion to say that millions of families are body now and then needs a never without a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's laxatiue.and it is well to know Syrup Pepsin. It safeguards their health, the best. Write me today. nil j! I Miss Gladvswho have been visiting f you are troubled with paiflS or at the home of Mrs. M. M. Curtis, have . . , , h headache- returned to their home in fitchburg, , . :A,t age of urinr, you will find relief In Mass. PLAMFIELD GOLD MEDAL t: .1. Rutter. oBtometrist. will be at Mrs. Jennie Hammel's Monday, the 2!th. Call and have your eyes exam ined. adv. . Social dance at S. and D. of L. hall Saturday evening,' Nov." 27. Two-piece The world's standard remedy for kidney, orchestra. Admissipn, fide a couple, n,,,, bladder end one acid trouble ana National Remedy of Holland aince loao. Thf ee bum, all druggists. Gaaranteed. Leek few the mm CeU MeeUI ea ererr ka Floor manager, Ernest Kolsom. Adv. BILIOUS?" i you bare bad taste In mouth, fold breath, furred tongue, dull headache, drowsiness, disturbed sleep, mental depression, yellow ish skin then you are bilious. at the Mt. Mansfield creartiery makes it necessary to make the butter at $SilsMi Miss Jennie C. Allingham, who has harge of the teai'her training class at Inosburg Kalis, is the guest of Prin ipal and Mrs. C. .7. Strand. A family gathering at A. R. Straw's rhursdnv included Dr. and Mrs. H. W. (arrows and Miss Dorothy, Mr. and Irs. T. A. Douglass and son, Donald, fr..and Mrs. W. M. Douglass and fam- ly of Jeffersonville, Mr. and Mrs. L. . ni , xt , r . . : 1. straw ana lamuy, mrs. iiaine louglass, Mrs. Julia Oakes. Mrs. Hel n Wilkins, Mrs. Mary Cheney. Mrs. Lucretia Bundy, Mrs. Mabel Noble and Iiss Freda Noble of Morrisville. Mr: and Mrs. W. B. Johnson and , j able to sit up a part of the time amily are passing the holiday with The work of enlarging the retngera- Ir. Johnson s mother, .Mrs. h. A.doiin-j tor and putting 111 a new cmeni noor on, in Kicnmonu. Miss Lillian Goodliffe wept Wednes ay to pass the week end, with lwr rother. Rev. O. E. Ooodliffe, and fam y in Morrisville. A party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. '. R. Raymond Thursday included Mr. nd Mrs.. W. B. Macutchan. Lewis kavmnnd and Miss Maude Raymond f Enfield, N. H. j Mrs. Bernice Lang Avers, who' i-aches in Morrisville, is passing the est of the week with her father. A. I). ang, and family. ' 1 Mrs. Mary Barrows and sonlrcvr-' It. of Montpelier are spending the. keek with friends in Stowe. A family gathering at the home of Irs. James Shepard included Mr. and Irs. Jerome Wilkins and family. Mr. nd Mrs. W. K. Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. hsrles Ravmo and family. Kenneth Bull is at home from Wol- itt for Thankgi ing. Miss Ina Hanicl of Waterbury is isiting Miss Sadie Cary. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Collins and Miss ;uth Collins and Mrs. L. A. Davis pent Thanksgiving day in Waterbury I ith Mrs. Collins sister, Mrs. John Villiams, and family, Mrs. Collins re laining for a longer stay. Mrs. Ada .Jackson or Jamestown. - ., spent Thanksgiving with her sister, Irs. H. W. Ravlin, and familv. This! CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER FILLS , BROOKFIELD Dance at grange hall, WillianiTtown, Friday, Nov. 2tl, given hvt Bachelor Girls. Norris orchestra, four pieces. Dancing front 8 to 1. Admission, 91 per couple, plus war tat. adv. Don't Think of Life Insurance, take it. Think of living and earning and enjoying wth your family. Ade-! opiate insurance, in force, isaves. worry j and saves money too. National Life1 Iris. Co. (Mutual"). S. S. Ballard, gen-1 eral agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt. SCHEfflCKS riAUDSAILE PILLS quickly relieve this disorder, which is the result of lifer derangement and eere digestive disturbance. - Purely T;eUhl. PUIn or Soger tWee, BO YEARS' CONTINUOUS BALK moves THKiif Me hit. Dr. I. H. Schsnek it Son, Philadelpaia. , FULL PROTECTION from loss by fire can only be obtained by basing: the amount of insurance carried on the cost of replacement as it is to-day, and insurance which is below this standard will only pay part of the losa in event of fire. . EVERYTHING INSUR ABLE has increased in cost from fifty to three hundred per ' cent, . and the price of labor has increased propor tionately. For full protection see J.W.DILLON Eetebnahee! ISM. BOLSTER BLOCK. BABJtE. VERMONT , RKaSSDS (GRANULES) E21INDIGESTION Dissolve) tnatantljr on tonfu or in wateii hot or coldg do not have) to crush. QUICK RELIEF! ALSO IN TABLET FORM eoS THOBC WHO PREFER THEM. MADE BY SCOTT DOWNS MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION 14 P - M Don't Neglect Your Skin Ladies A few days' treatment with 1 m Special Mark Down on nil i m m V the first meeting of the sisters in uty years. Mrs." Carrie E. Straw went Wednes- t to Brattleboro to psss Tlianksgiv- ijr with her brother, w . J. Bigelow, nd family. C. O. Burt. Dr. II. W. Barrows and Irs. H. O. Smith, who were in Bur ngton AVednesdsy, were accompanied ome by Mrs. Frances Wright, who as received treatment for several eeks at the Mary Fletcher hospital. About fifteen inches of snow fell ere Tuesday, the snow rollers male- will do more to dean op the skin than all the beauty treat ments in crea- ation. An ira- CARTERS ITTLE PILUjS perfect com plexion ia A caused by a 4 luggisb liver. Millions of twoole. old. nuoc and middle ace. take them for Biliotunee. Dirzioesa. Sick. yCf Headache TJpwt Stomach and for Sallow. ' PimolT and Blotchy Ssia. They and Um ' f i nuecry wonstipauoo. Saall Pill Small Dote Small rrtct Six 1 IB I A Successful Cigar y j y y AH Quality M s p m n n UIT . at a saving of $7.50 to ' $20.00 Former prices, $30.00 to $79.50. '' Designed in Men's Wear Serge, Tricotine, Silvertone, Suedq Velour, Oxfords Suiting and Duvet de Laine. - j- This is a great opportunity to select a new suit; consid ering our usual low prices for high class merchandise. Al terations free. '. c OAT Batteries! Batteries!! EVERYONE IS STORING THEIR BAT ' TERY WITH US. WHY ? BECAUSE WE HAVE GIVEN THEM SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. Oliver's Battery Station Battery Specialist For Thanksgiving Week in Endless Variety. Plush, Fur and Cloth Coats. Exceptional Values. rn4 it at Mrlewei'i The McCuen Store s Montpelier, Vt. " Tka S . sV SV I II II 1 01! The Tumbling of Prices Is On AT - Hi 311 North Main Street Very Low Priced special: Big lot of Men's $40 and $45 Suits and Overcoats. 2P Men's $55 and $60 Suits and Overcoats. 42-50 Big lot of Men's $8 and $9 Dress Pants, to go at 5.95 Big lot of Men's $30 Suits to go at I95 Big lot of Boys' $10 Suits to go at 7.95 Big lot of Men's $4 Sweaters at 2-95 Men's $1.25. Heavy All Wool Hose 79c Just 17 Men's $1.00 Un ion Suits, odd lots, Sat urday only, suit .89 Men's $4.00 Flannel Shirts, in cray and brown 2.95 Lot of Men's $9 and $10 Shoes, all sizes 0.95 Men's $3.00 Dress Shirts, all sizes, now Lot of Men's $2.50 Gray Sweaters, sizes 36 to 46, to go at 1.95 .29 Men's 25c Collars 16c Men's $2.50 "Winter Men's 75c Cashmere Men's 35c Cotton Hose. 19c Hos 4Sc Men's $2.00 Winter Caps ..$1.95 1 Caps $1.18 ! Men's $5 Work Shoes. .$2.93 All Rubber Goods, Overshoes, etc., 10 discount Bwrlotofnojs' 1 QR!$1.00indH.J50 9 Q fl j MT Work Q Q tj Shoes toRo.t I.OUjShtoRoal.L. U.JU 'S' II