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THE ". BA1UIE DAILY TIMJS. UAKHE, VT., TTESliAV, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
2 Hood's Pills In small doses A GENTLE LAXATIVE In Larger Poses A THOROUGH CATHARTIC Mid by 0. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Jfas WEST BR00KF1ELD . Mrs. J. W. Untiedt is expected home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowman are to spend the winter in Randolph. .'Charles Prime got one leg hurt quite hadly lakt week, but. Is some what better this week. Important to All Women ; Readers of This Paper Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. : Women's complaints often prove to bs nothing ele but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. f the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans to become diseased. You may suffer pain in the back, iioaaacne aim ions or amotuuu. . Poor health makes you nervous, irri table and may be despondent; it makes anyone so. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by rest rin health to the kidneys, proved to be ;usl the remedy needed to overcome S'tch conditions. , M.ny send for sample bottle to see what wamp-Koot, the great kidney, liver and bludder medicine will do for thn. By enclosing ten cents to Dr Kihunr & Co., BiliKhampton, N. Y., you may recurve sample size bottle by Par cel Post. You can purchase medium and large six buttles fit all drujr stores. -Adv. NOBEL PRIZE FOR WILSON Will Be Conferred on the President December 10th SAYS REPORT ; AT COPENHAGEN The Prize Carries Grant of About $40,000 a Copenhagen, Dee. 7 (By the Associat ed Press). Announcement is mad that the Nobel peace prize will be conferred on President Wilson on Dec. 10. CONSTIPATION" Is the big trouble in every serious sickness causing depression of spirits, irritability, nervousness, imperfect vision, loss of memory, floor sleep, ln of appetite, etc. stop t with a regular coarse of . The Nobel peace prize carries ft- grant of about $40,000, which is one-fifth of the annual interest on about $0,000,000 left for that purpose by Alfred B. No bel, the Swedist scientist, and the in ventor of dynamite, who died 1n 1800. Theodore Roosevelt received the prize in WOO" and Elihn Root in 1912. STILL VOTING ON LIQUOR, For Many Many Years SEVEN BARKS Has been a valuable and timely . FRIEND To All Sufferers of STOMACH and , LIVER DISORDERS Said by Druggists 60 cents per bottle SCHEIICKS IIAT3DRAKE PILLS They act promptly and freely, but rently, thoroughly cleansing the Dowels, eomfortiiis: the stomach, tinm latina the liver the pectji for indi gestion, headache, biliousness, heart burn, flatulency. Funljr "irotl)l. Plain or a near Coatod. SO rCAHS- CONTINUOUS SALB pnoves THeiit merit. Dr. J. R. Schenck k Son, Philadelphia Although There Is No Chance for Le-1 gal Sale in Massachusetts. Boston, Dec. T. Women voted for all officers in municipal elections for the first time in this state to-dny when the voters in 21 cities went to the polls. A woman was a candidate for "alderman" in iipriiigneSd, and another for assessor in Cambridge, Twelve of the cities voted for mayor while in others only eity eouneilmen and school committee members were on the ticket. Regardless of. the Volstead act, the cities cast tlicir annual local option vote in compliance with the old law which Governor I'oolidge yesterday rec ommended should be removed from the statute books immediately. Reports in dicated that slight attention would be given the liquor question. SQUASH TENNIS POPULAR 3 HAVE BOX 1IANDY ON YOUR DESK IN YOUR POCKtTr OR AT HOME, SO THAT THE CHILDREN CAN ALWAYS GET THEM The? stop the GREEK WOMEN SHOW ANGER Made Demonstration Be fore French Embassy in Athens GENERAL ATTITUDE OF PEOPLE FRIENDLY Invitation Will Be Extend ed to Constantine to Return 1 Among Harvard Freshmen in Compul sory Athletics. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 7. Under the! system of compulsory athletics for first! year men at Harvard university, awi freshmen have been enrolled for winter sports. Although winter crews, basket ball, track, boxing and hockey are among the 13 branches of sport listed, squash tennis has the largest following with 139 men being registered. THAT COLD AWAY CA DKICGS COMPANY JA CAMBRIDGE- WA6a J' To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears the signature of L . Grove. 30c. adv. "I Never Knew Mayonnaise m was so Easy to Make and the Cost so Little" Have You, Too. Hesitated To Make This Delicious Salad Dressing At Home? ALMOST anybody can cook a steak, but the preparation of an appetizing salad dressing is con sidered a rf aaccomplishment. Even men pride themselves on their skill in making salad dressings. Yet some of the finest Mayon naise, as well as Hollandaise, Rus sian Dressing and Vinaigrette Sauce have been made by girls who never "tried their hands" at a salad dressing before. They just followed the recipe and used Mazola with results that are a constant source of delight. Try . this one yourself and see how simple it is. Just take the Yolks cf 2 eggs Two cup Maxola Two Tablespoon full vineiar Juice of one lemon '' . Have all ingrtditnts very cold. Mix the onin, and add to the beaten yolks of theegft. Beat with a small wooden spoon or silver fork. Add the oil drop by drop, beating vigorously. When too thick to best add one teaspoonful vinegar. Con tinue to add the oil slowly, alternating with the vinegar and lemon juice, until at least a Lalf a cup of oil has been added. After half a cup of oil has been added, slowly, the dressing may be beaten with a Dover Egg Beater and the oil added more rapidly. Nothing Added to Bring Out the Delicate Taste Mazola is an absolutely pure veg etable oil in its rich, natural state. One Teaspoonful lalt One Teaspoonful Mustard Dash Cayenne Many people prefer it even to tho finest Italian olive oil as it blends more perfectly with other ingredi ents than olive oil does. It makes a smoother, finer dressing. The oil being so completely and thoroughly blended with the spices and condiments entering into the dressing, the real taste of the May onnaise is brought out. Mazola-made Mayonnaise keeps longer without separating than olive oil or other oils. Unusual Economy No Cus toms Duty, No Ocean Freight Rates Mazola is more economical than olive oil. It costs only about half as much. As it keeps indefinitely, it can be used to the very last drop. Mazola is served by leading clubs, hotels, and dining cars throughout America and sold by leading gro cers everywhere, in pint, quart, half-gallon and gallon cans. 47 NATIONAL STARCH CO. Rasm-sfadM far Cant VWaca KtfMm Ci Mr.W. JLCahaa T?T?T?T? Handsomely illustrated Corn Prod 1 ucW coofc Book. Contains) M pge of practical rt-rlpe. Write Com Products ReftninJ Company, P. O. Box 111, Naw York. sit fogy mm Athens, Dec. 7 (By the Associated Press). An invitation will be extend ed former King Constantine to return to Greece, after the announcement of the result of Sunday's plebiscite, which is expected to be mads to-morrow. Plans for his return contemplate his sailing from Brindita on board the liner Patris, which will be accompanied by two cruisers and a number of destroy ers. . The Greeks are maintaining a most friendly attitude toward foreigners ab though women conducted a demonstra tion before th French embassy on Sun day. CHELSEA Miss Martha Steven, Who Died Re cently, Taught School Many Years. Miss Martha K. Steven, who had been in a state of decline for several months, died at the home of Burt A. Eastman in South Washington Nov. 14. Funeral services were held from the South Washington church Wednes day, Nov. 17, Rev. F. L. Goodspeed of Barre officiating. Burial was in the family -lot in the South Washington cemetery, the bearers being Merton, Hinkley and PeWitt Sargent and Les lie C. Smith, all of whom were her nephews. Miss Steven was born in Washing ton and was 76 years old at the time of her death. She was educated at Chelsea academy and Snaulding acad emy and was a school teacher for many years. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Philip L. Sargent, of this town, Sheriff GeorgeA. Tracy will com mence this week a large lumber job on his farm in Tunbridge. Several of our hunters left Sunday for Hancock, where they will make their headquarters during the deer sea son at the Larkin Hunting club. Work on the steel ceiling at the town hall is held up temporarily pend ing the arrival of steel cornice to com plete the job, which had to be shipped from the factory in the south. It has been shinped by express and on ar rival it will be only a short job to complete the work, ready for the paint ing, which will be done by Will X). Walker of Barre City, who until about a year ago was a resident ol tuis town. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Stoughton were in town for a few days recently to vinit the tatter's mother, Mrs. El len R. Cleveland. Mr. Stoughton is employed on a large building contract at Klvdale and when that is completed he and Mrs. Stoughton will make tbeir home hera with Mrs. Cleveland. Miss Sarah Gnstin, one of the most elderlr ladies in town, is in feeble health and has been cared for of late by Mrs. nolton S. Annis. A son, being the tenth child, was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Au gustus T. Boardman. Mrs. Norman W. Hunt, who went to Randolph sanatorium recently for a serious surgical operation, is report ed as making good recovery. Rolla B. Tiltnn, who has been em ployed in Brattleboro as painter for several weeks, has completed his la bors there for the present and is at his home here. Mr. and Mr. F. E. Hood recently en tertained as their guests Mr. and Mr. Harold Sloan of Springfield, Mas. Twin snna were liorn Nov. 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Carl DcAlnieida. Mrs. Thom as Martin of East Itrookfidd is caring for Mrs. DeAlmeida and the boys. Attornevs Hale K. Darling and Millward C. Taft returned Saturday from a several days' business trip to Burlington and Verpennes. Earle G. Thorne left recently to ia- it friend in Philadelphia, IV, and be fore his return will abo visit rela- ties and friends in Lowell and Boa- ton. Fred A. Ordway has remodeled the tore room formerly occupied by the CheWa meat market into a show room for the automobile be is agent for. This is the firt automobile show room In town and brings the place within the pale of being up-to date. Nelson W. IletU ha rented a tene ment in tieorire 1 racy s nnK nottse. near the National hank, and has moved hi family from Corinth to the newly rented quarters. Charles R. Puree. rural mii car rier, has moved his family from his farm on the eat bill to Mrs. Carr'a house on South Main otreet. Mr. and Mr. Ray S, ThreKhor were in Randolph Friday to visit Mrs. N. W. Hunt at the sanatorium. Mr. ami Mrs. narry Braman re turned from Bridgeport, Conn, where they were guents of Mrs. Braman's fa ther. Herlert E. Ransom, formerly of thi town. Mrs. Fannie Metealf Warner arrived recently from Watcrburyf Conn., and will spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Lea L. Salter on the went hill. Mr. t"Neil and son. Arthur, of Low ell. Massu ware in town lat week, looking after the interests of the iH-ane-e County BoMua corpora twin, of which ther ar heavy nrk owners. Harold B. Hill, the oldest sow of Mr. and Mrs. B. 1L Hill, went to Bur lington Ut Wednesday and enlited in the army. He will rprt for duty Dec. II and will enter the artillery branch of the erice, being sent to Camp Trsvia. Tesas. Pearla V- Davenport, who has em ployment ia Greer.fieH. Mm, as a cerpen'er. pef3 asr a short varatiosi in town and t the rot of Km r ent. Mr anJ Mr- Vrms B. listen port tM E -Wk i verkifl in the .tp-n f w u a rd A.tiiur T. M" wei.t iwtllr to Your Opportunity 4 s cigarettes CERTAIN fine types of tobacco, previously used for export, piled up in the United States due to the high rate of exchange. From these high grade tobaccos we have manufactured "111" (ONE ELEVEN) CIGARETTES a new product a quality product made of tobacco never , previously used in cigarettes in this country. Finally try them! Ill Guaranteed tgp which means that if you dont like "111" Cisarettes, you can M vour money back from the dealer. The Best Cough Syrup is Home-made, Here's an easr war t save S3, and jri bare t he beat mush ramad, you ever tried. You've probably beard of this well known plan of making cough syrup at home. But have vou ever used itt Thousands of families, the world over, feel that they could hardly keep house without it. It's simple and cheap, but the way it takes hold of a couch will soon earn it a permanent place in your home. Into a pint bottle, pour 2V ounces of Pinex; then add plain granulated sugar syrup to till up the pint. Or, if desired, use clarified mohvises, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way, it tastes eood, never spoils, and gives you a full pint of better cough remedy than you could buy ready-made for three times its cost. It is really wonderful how quickly this home-made remedy conquers a cough usually in t4 hours or less. It seeme to penetrate throneh every air passage, loosens a dry, hoarse or tight cotitfh, lifts the phlegm, heals the membranes, and gives almost im mediate relief. Splendid for throat tickle, hoarseness, croup, bronchitis and bronchial asthma. Pinex is a highly concentrated com found of genuine Norway pino ex ract, and has been used for genera tions for throat and chest ailments. To avoid disappointment ask your druggist for "-iVt ounces of Pinex with directions, and don't accept any thing eUe. Guaranteed to give abso lute satisfaction or money refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft, Wayne, Ind. ' Portland, Me., where he is working for a time at his trade in a bakery. llaUat physician. Then begin I "emergency" treatment with 03D3S V AROROB Over 17 Million Jan Ud Kearfc SOUTH RANDOLPH Little Glenn Camp has been ill the past week. Mrs. Percy Riford has gone to Bos ton. A. M. Smith has let his team to the Standard Oil company for the win ter. Frank Williams visited his daugh ter and family here Saturday and Sunday. ' Clark Hall visited here Friday. AO are glad to see him back from Cali fornia looking so well. Little Charles Riford. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Riford, is doing as well as can be expected after hav ing a bad throat trouble and whoop ing cough. Mrs. E. D. Camp has been quite ill the past three weeks. Miss Laura Stiles, who has been ,in poor health for some time, remains about the same, only weaker. Mrs. Macrhetres came two weeks ago to help care for her aunt at the home of E. P. Riford. GLOVES -A Suggestion We're looking for Bess and Jess. And we're looking for lots of folks to do their Christmas buying at the "Quick Money" Sale. Fact is, our suggestions, this early, on Christmas buying, have started a number of per sons on a search for the gifts they are to make and many of them have already found them here. Let us discuss Gloves with you to-day. There is not a man living who does not appreciate a pair of Gloves at holiday time. And, really, there has never been shown a finer display of Gloves and Mittyens than you will find here. You should see them. If you do you will buy Gloves for Christmas giving, just as will Bess and Jess when they have raised their Christ mas fund for dad. So, come in and see them you may desire to make each male member of the family Christmas gifts of Gloves as well as to the fellow who drops in on Wednesday and Sunday evenings. Ask for Gloves At Quick Money Sale prices. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main Street. Open Monday Evenings As Usual. EAST BROOKFIELD Plans are already being made by the ladies' society for the annual oys ter supper. Watch for the date and the announcement of the program. Alden Savage was in Montpelier i n business last week Wednesday. A number of our young people went to Randolph Center last Saturday eve ning to take part in conferring the third degree at the gratijre meeting. The East Hill Friendship club joined with the Home Circle Birthday club at. the church last Friday evening in observing gentlemen's nicht. About 12.5 jn all, including the families and guests from outside, enjoyed a very pleasing program given by both clubs, which included two farces, readings and music, after which a bountiful lunch of sandwiches, doughnuts, cske, coffee and ic. cream was served. The icntlemen are quietly trying to find out how often gentlemen's night is observed. ni".Tir,r:m;miffln a 1 1 1 ia Kill That Cold With FOR Colds, Coughs CASCARA kjr QUININE La AND Grippt Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneac. Break tip a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe In 3 daya Excellent for Headache Quinine in thia form does not affect the beadCaacara ia beat Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Aspirin it Bayer" on Genuine Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions. SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neural-ia, Colds, Rheu matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American! Handy tin boxe of 12 taiJeta not but a few centa -Larger packag. Aaatrla Is ta tra4a aaark at Barar ataaafactara af MaaoacaticacMastar at SaltcrtteacM BIG MARK DOWN j We have marked down all our cotton web goods, storm j serge, ladies' night robes, men's shirts, table damask, and ! many other things, down to rock bottom ' ; Come in and get our prices ; we can save you money. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marshfield, Vermont. WOOLEN GOODS Until Jan. 1st, 1921, we will sell cloth at mill, suitable for Women's and Children's Clothing and Men's Shirts at low prices. Send for samples. Mail orders given prompt at tention. Little Woolen Company 1 North Montpelier, Vt. 1 A Successful Cigar All Quality VSay1t Z.? -4' "" Ji'jM s as wa 7 7rP) Heavy Rubber Footwear Vulcanized rl U a lzzz cMt MCDElTNff I This is a cut of our wonderful Rubber Footwear Vul canizing Machine. We have installed this machine at con siderable expense, but feel that we are justified in solicit ing your business as we are in a position to handle it in a thorough business-like manner. Remember, our work is absolutely guaranteed. J. J. Hastings, 371 No. Main Sf.