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BARRE AILY TIMKS. BAHUE, VT.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920.
TIIK Why Not Start the New Year Right? "Money makes This is the sim- That wise old philosopher, Benjamin Franklin, once said: monev and the money that money makes, makes more money' pie, easily used key to all wealth. Hoarded money is useless, it has no part in carrying on the trade and indus try S the world. Money, deposited in the bank is in constant use ; it flows out in to the community to build homes, buy goods, pay wages and to be used n the numberless , ways necessary in the carrying on of the business and home life of a community. Money deposited in the savings bank earns more money. The first step toward accumulating money is to save a little and the-best way to save a little is to depoSl ; the small sums as you save them in a good savings bank-we naturally suggest the Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company. There is only one way to save and that is to have a system about it. Suppose you can save five cents a day; in ten years this amount deposited in a bank paying 1 nJr rpnt interest will amount to $222.56. If you can save ten cents a day so much the better, your capital will then amount io $445.o6. Some people save all their pennies or dimes, or nickles. fast these small coins accumulate. But it isn't so much the method as it is keeping everlastingly at it that brings success to the saver. Why not let us help you save? It is surprising how The Montpelier Savings Bank&Trust Company The Old Bank on the Corner" ' Montpelier, Vermont Depository for the State of Vermont IL - ' WAITSFIELD Dorothy Ravage is in Norwich, Conn., for the week, visiting Gertrude Bisbee at Dr. Freeman's. - ,Lucv Joslin, who lias been ill for some "time at her nephew's. Kdward Jones, has been taken to the Heaton hospital in Montpelier for treatment. Guy Ravage was in care of the school last week, while Mr. Somer ville, the janitor, was in Waterbury, and is now helping take inventory m the store of V. K. Jones. ' Cards have been received in town announcing the marriage of Florence Bcrrv and Leon Foss Merrill, Dee. ia, in Norwich. The bride lived in Waits fiuIH for ft number of years. Doris Moriarty left recently for New York City and from there went to the Hotel Hellevue, near St. Peters burg, Fla., where she has a position. Mabelle Howe is spending the holi days with her niece, Mrs. Raymond Ba'ird, in Hanover. K. H. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jones and daugh- ter, Florence, were Christmas guests at the Guptil home in Waterbury. Stephen Stewart is critically ill. Roliert and llebekah, children of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Joslyn, are ill with the mumps. ...... Miss Vone Skinner, a teacher m the Barre schools, is spending her vaca tion in bed, as the result of a heavy cold. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Livingston are I the parents of a son, born Monday. Alary ilonany, aaugrurr 01 .m, bhu Mrs. Walter Moriarty, entertained her little friends and schoolmates at a partv held at her home Monday night. ASundav school entertainment was given by Mr. and Mrs. Alton Farr on Tuesday night at their home. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Or villc Bowcn, who has been ill, is con valescing. A burial service for Mr. Lavanwuy was held at the cemetery on the com mon Wednesday, MORETOJFN Miss Lucy Griffith of Montpelier re cently visited at her home here. Mrs. Rose Baker of Barre was a guest at M. R. Childa' over the week end. Miss Muriel Shea of West Lebanon, J. H., was at home foi Christmas. Kio Granai of Syracuse, "N. Y., and Nelson Duba of Vergennes are spend ing the week at B. S. Ward's. Edwin Hayes was in Graniteville Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Sawyer and daughter, Kathryn, of Barre were guests at F. H. Sawyer's over Christmas. The oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Bradley is ill .with scarlet fever. F. M. Goss was in Montpelier Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kingsbury of Norwich are spending the week with relatives. Misses Ella and Mattie Somcrville returned to Burlington Monday, after spendirig Christmas with their mother and sister at F. S. Howe's. NORTHFIELD Fertilizers of Proven Merit PROFITABLE yields depend on the avail ability of the plant food with which crops are fed during the growing season. The Lowell Fertilizer Company manufac tures Special brands of fertilizers that carry the right kinds and proper amounts of plant food for your crops. LOWELL Fertilizers are made from Bone, Blood and Meat Meal forti fied with essential chemicals. All potash used is high-grade - potash imported by us direct from Germany. Lowell Fertilizers are quality fertilizers. They are in the best mechanical condition, and are ready to apply. Order your supply of LOWELL Animal Fertilizers today. Make this year's crop profit able with the right kind of fertilizers. Stria tar UluBtrmttJ bk ing prmctUml riufa tbtminti hy practical farmer. Fraa. Boston LOWELL FERTILIZER COMPANY franc W CmnfUdmtmd Kmdmring C: mini. ii'miim i J 'I Maiaehetta 8 The funeral of Mrs. W. W. Rumrill, whose death occured at her home on Northfield street Monday morning, aft er a very short illness, was held Wednesday afternoon, Rev. C. L. Pad dock, pastor of the Universalist church, officiating. The remains were placed in the tomb at Elmwood cemetery to await burial in Montpelier in the spring. The deceased was 82 years old and is survived by one sister, Mrs. Sabina Hutchins of Montpelier, one adopted son, William TrestDn of Mar blehead, Mass., and two nieces, Mrs. Ida Whitney of Williamstown and Mrs. Ada Robnr of Montpelier. Oliiof of Polico J. M. Donnhue has gone to Claremont, N. II., to visit his son, Koger uonanue, ana wiie. rrom there he will go to Quincy, Mass., to visit his daughter, Mrs. Eugene King ston. He will also visit in Westminster and Worcester, Mass. The organization of Company F in Northfield is progressing well and it looks as though a full company will soon be readv. There are now 34 men. who have been examined by Dr. W. H. Hurley and have been found physically fit to belong to the militia. A good number of the old men who were mem bers of .Company F, when called into service at the beginning of the World war. are showinff their spirit bv enlist ing with the younger men. There are also many ex-service men. The com mittee who has had the .matter in charge is well pleased with the re sponse from the young men of North-field. Theodore Ball, who attends the Moody school at Northfield, Mass., is at the home of his aunt, .Mrs. A. jr.. Winslow, for the holiday vacation. Miss Adelle McConnavhie of Spring field, Mass., is spending her vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Charles A. Plum ley. Pay'son Fiske and son, Fred Fiske, of (irovcton, N. IL, have been visiting relatives in town. They were guests at the home of his brother, William Fiske, while in Northfield. Mrs. Cornelia Porter is spending her holiday vacation with her brother, Max Woodbury, and other friends in Salem, Mass. Mr. and Jlrs. Royal Cheney of St. Johnsbury have been spending a few days in town the past week, guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cheney. Clair Cady, who has been working in T'rtnrinlnh fur thp nast. few months, is j at his home in own for the present. j Miss Mary Plastridge of Boston i SDondmu a week at the home of her STOWE Golden Wedding Anniversary Cele brated by Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Brush. S. Mortimer Brush, for many years a prosperous farmer, now retired, and Mrs. Emma . Straw Brush observed their golden wedding anniversary at their home on Brush hill Dec.; 2!). A large number of their friends nnd rel them during the 1 day and evening, offering hearty con- The rooms were decorated with ever green and CflVimtions and hirge bou quets of splendid golden chrysanthe mums, the gift of the Relief corps, added the finishing touch. The dining room was decorated with yellow and a large wedding cake filled the center of the table. Sandwiches, salads, cake, coffee and ice cream were served. Mr. and Mrs. .Brush were assisted in Ptitprtaininir their friends by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Awi.il,. r. Mnrrill. their daughter. Mrs. W. Nve Smith, their daughters-in-law, . -. , . r T.T..- Mrs. George" K. mn rimi old Brush, and neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Stebbins. Mr. and Mrs. Brush were mnrr n.. on 1870 nf. the home of 1 bride's grandfather, Peter l. Lovcjoy, by Rev. H. F, Perkins, then pastor of tin, fVincriwntinnal church ill Stowe, W iff ! .. t ......... limn. villL now oi Laiiiorina. .mmm -. living who attended the wedding were Mrs. Loveiov limner oi ura i Fla., and 'lirs. Addie Gates of New York City. ... Mr. Brush was b-mi in Cambnrlge and passed his early life there. He was ft member ot tne cnoir mm umm there. He enlisted in the lirst er mont cavalry Aug. .10, 1H64, and was discharged June 2, lHr.5. He was in engagements at Incnester, wtmr rvppk and Tom's Run in the Shenan doah valley and other places. At the time of J-ees surrenutr, mi. ad been detailed to care tor llic wounded in a hospital. Mrs. Brush, who is the daughter ni the late Leonard and Phile.na Lovejoy Straw, was born in Goshen, ImL, but after the death of her father in 1K01 she came to Stowe with her mother. She mot Mr. Brush while visiting an lit f 'a mlil-iil tfp. mini. ... v... After their marriage, .Mr. aim Brush made their home in. Cambridge for three years, Mr. Brush being in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Missouri a part of the time on business. They came to Stowe 47 years ago and pur chased the farm which has ever since been their home. Six years ago they remodeled the smaller house on the farm, adding modern improvements, and moved into it. Mr. and Mrs. Morrill -occupy the farm house. Mr. Brush is a member of Warner lodge, F. and A. M., of Cambridge. Ib is adjutant, in the H. IT. Smith post 0 R., and an honorary jnember of the" Donald McMalmn post; American Lcion. Mrs. Bru-h is a member of the IT. H. Smith Relit f corps. Both have lieen attendants at the Congre gational church and now attending the Community church of Stowe. Their oldest son. George I- KVii-'i died April 2S, 1920. his d'Hth foil nv ing that of his only child. Viol-t, in 1917. Of their daughters. Mrs. A. C Morrill lives in Stowe, Mrs. A. R Wilier and Mrs. W. Nye Smith Schenectady, N. Y., and their sob. Har old in St. Louis, Mrs. George Brsi-h lives in Morrisville. There are six grandchildren. A family reunion i planned for next summer, when it i hoped all can be present. iiiiiiiiwrj.if j GET the HABIT and colds oi corahs wont bonier you C A BRICOS COMPANY aT- a. D I rttfLS aV4 aVCi Legacy for the New Year GROWN Frank Jones, who has been in fail ing henlth for the past year, is now very i 1 at the home ot nis oromer, - , 1 Robert Jones, on tne lopsnam roau Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eastman of Woodsvillc, N. IL, were in town on Wednesday to visit their mother, Mrs. George Eastman, who is slightly im psoved at this writing. Rev. Stead Thornton and family left Tuesday for Montgomery, where he was called to officiate at a wed ding. Page Johnson of Newbury will finish the school in the Plummer district, which Miss Helen Carter was obliged to give up because of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eastman of Topshara were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Page for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Welch of New ton, Mass., who came to pass Christ mas w ith Mr. and Mrs. Richard Den is, Mrs. Welch parents, win reium to their home on Saturday. L. A. Perkins of Montpelier was a business visitor in tow n on ( Wednes day. it k V rinrlr and prandson. George, Patch, have been visiting rcl- utTinii in iinsiwicic tills wecK. Dr. and Mrs. II. L. Tillotsou and Miss Helen Ross, their niece, were visitors in ?8hntpclier on Wednesday. Walter Main is sirfTering from an attack of rheumntie fever. Dr. I. N. Eastman is the physician in charge. Miss Nellie Knox left on Tuesday for St. Albans, where she will pass the week with Mrs. diaries W. Morse, formerly Mrs. Louise Iwis Robinson. ' Christmas exercises with trees were held at lxth churches Christmas eve nnd a good number were in attend ance at both gatherings. At the Methodist church the program wss es pecially good and well carried out by the children. The special singing by the choir, assisted by the orchestra, was excellent and much enjoved. Two well -laden trees end Santa Claus with boxes of csndy for the children brought mnch pleasure to the youngsters. There will be no service at the Meth-, odist church Sunday, owing to the ab-i sence of the pastor, who will not re turn until next week. (Cow" E'' tending to spend the winter with his brother, C. C. Dickey. Mrs. Andrew Emerson is with her daughter, Mrs. Edward Brown, for a time, while convalescing from her op eration at Hanover hospital. The icehouse at the creamery Is be ing rebuilt. . Miss Ethel Sweet left for Chicopee, Mass.. Monday, to spend the winter with Mrs. Kenneth Butler. Miss Hariet F. James expects to start Tuesday. Jan. 4, for Oregon, to MONEY SAVED rnmmpnrinff Tuesday. Dec. 28, and continuing four days, we offer a 20 per cent discount on all our stock of groceries, dry goods, etc., on purchases amounting to $1 and over. Wp are doinr this to cut down our stock before inven tory which comes Jan 1. There are many articles included in this Kale that will be told at a great sacrifice and every one should buy to their limit. No stamps will be given during sale and all purchases are for cash only. Our store will positively be closed to the public all day. January 1. . v McAllister Bros. eVt. barre parents, Mr.' and Mrs. W. D. Plastridge. Miss Plastridge, who is a graduate of the Deaconess hospital in Boston, gave a very interesting talk at an enter tainment given in the Methodist church in the interest of the drive which is lie ing conducted to raise funds for the enlargement of the Deaconess hospital. C. S. Richmond, one of Northfield moxt familiar figures on its ftreets, tiaa Kppn rnntinprt to his home bv ill- nc. i for some time. He is now able to be up each day. Mr and Mr. Krfwin .Innca of Winne ppg, Canada, are visiting at the home nf hi nurniit Mr and fr V A Jones. This is Mr. Jones' first trip back; home in 12 year. They will spend sev eral months in Northfield and in Ran dohih. visitinir her nenide. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Clark of Annis quam, Mass., were in town ovt r Chri-t-mas, the guests of her brother, C. A. Edgerton, and wife. fr Murrnrpt MrrVifimlfrn f TTan- ovcr, Mass.. raine last week io pnd j . L . i . t . i - . : . ... .. i inr n-uiaimirr ui nil- iiurr 111 with her sister, Mrs. Jerry Duggan. Aliss rlorenoe iyie went to is ton fr the Christmas holidays to im.,,.1 tl.p timj. tt'itli lipr m.itlipr Mr. I .... ..... - I fcry Doyle, and sisters. Perry Sune of Albany, N. 1, h been spending a few days in town with his Parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stone. Miss Ruth Web-tcr. who has been vi.it inff relatives in town, has returned to M'irose Highlands, Mass. The store and all places ni tmsines will be closed Saturday in observance ..f V.ar V ....'. TK. n.atrK.a will nh. srrw holiday hour and the rural rar- riers will not make their regular trip. The young ladies of the' villase gnv a pleasant leap year ball at the and! torium Wednesday evening. Music wn? furnished by Smith's orchestra of Morrisville. " Mrs Surah Dewey, Mrs. n w T,.i-n Mrs. Marv Sniiillcv nnd Mrs. II. W. Barrows acted as matrons, all taking part in the dancing. ) Silas Stowell, wno is in piHir u......... has been in Burlington to consult s phvsician this week. . ' . i . ..... i . ... v.... Melvin Wilson nns rciiuiuu ... " field-. N. H. The condition of Mr. .James . Houston has changed for the wors and is considered serious. (ieorge Williams has returned from New Britain, Conn. At the regular meeting of MansfMd Mountain prailL'e Wednesday evening the third and fourth degrees were con ferred bv the grange decree team upon Mr. and' Mrs. Ralph Stevens, Rev. and Mrs C. E. Havward, Mr. and Mr. C. J. Strand, Mr.' and Mrs. C. 0. Lyon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moresn, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Gale, Mrs. F. E. Moulton. Misses Sadie Cary, Catherine Mathews. Msrjorie Foster," Vivian CampUdl and Nellie George and C. V. Gale. The Lamoille grange of Morrisville will hold a union meeting with Mans field Mountain grange at 10 a. mJan. ft, each grange providing part of the dinner and program. State Master O. L. Martin of Plainfield will install the officers of the grange in the afternoon. The installation and progrsm follow ing will be open to the public. A let ter read from Miss Nellie Rohinon of Boston states that at the state ex hibits at the national grange session n Ronton she saw butter from, the Mt. Mansfield creamery of Stowe, and on the background was painted a picture of Mt. Mansfield, showing the Summit house. EAST CORINTH Why wait till you i c oiwiv. Ward off sickness by feeding your blood and making it richer with that reliable body builder B0V3.WE The Food Tonic It strengthens your body and helps you to throw off the attack of disease germs. Good for children and their parents, too. Of oil druggists 0 Our first cold duy came Christmas, u t)i fimt mornintr the mercury breeze. Sunday morning the mercury ( PLIVERTEOUBLE spend sevej-al months with a relative, who goes there for her health. Friends of Rev. J. F. Owens and wife may be interested to know that they are" in Alabama, where he is do ing' Sunday school extension work. At last account he was suffering from a arm from cranking his auto- broken mobile. , . An old resident said the other daj. !. t.o ii.t not. think he had eve! known a year before when the first day thera was ice im mill ponds was Christmas day. I Sunday night and Monday brought so much snow, practically the firt of the season, to East Rupert that the drifts r" so high sleighing Is almost inipos sible. went from 12 to 18 decrees below zero, i Ti,..lv it anowed all dav and en Wednesday the snow roller was out for the first time. Autos are still rnn niiiT, however. A church full were out to the Christ mas tree aud exercises Christmas eve. The trees on each side were unusually beautiful and three small onts at the Sack of the pulpit also held gifts. The children did their parts well and it was the usual happy occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon. Lamb and lit tle son. Rowland, and Beatrice Main of Peacham and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tuttle of Haverhill, Mass., were at R. D. Rowland's over Christmas. Misses Prudence George and Elsie Welch are spending their - vacation from their schools in Connecticut in town. Mildred Worthley is spending a few das with her brother here. Harry Brock of Orange has come, in- Oult naSna In the back, often under the shoulder blades, poor digestion, heartburn, flatulency, sour risings, pain or uneasiness after eating, yellow skin, mesa lirer trouble and you ahouUl laka HAHDBAES PILLS They correct all tendency to liver tmuhle. relieve the most stuDDora cases, and give strength and tone to liver, stomach and bowels. lorlT nnUMl Plain or iirr foatai. so vtaws' CONTINUOUS &LM PROVE TMEtn Aerrtr. Dr. J. H. Schenck t Son, PhOadeljlil tjoiB. :Thcatrc Where tveryooay uoes Presents for To-day Only m Samuel Goldvyn 3 IIP L3 tM ti I K . N WJf rJaS RVVH iVI tern N LI LI WEST TOPSIIAM Sunday, Jan. 2. rhurrh aervie will be held i the morning at 10:43 and Sun day achool will follr. lM wj all rally t Uieae arrt K-ea at the brjrnning .f t, near rar and thua t an inT;r tkm to oar pastor and gv the in-;iritig Bir--ra ne cas ior . M: Marjorie Tlwe. a alodent f the Rutland heh anol. broke ol Vl whiV pna-tmg ia Wrrtmwtt lt : wrvk. here hr n epraslirr a part IT'S AXIOMATIC" that children of any age thrive well on Scott's Emulsion It U nourishment abundant in trength-gmng a . and growth-promot- fA ing substances. jnii Scott a m aiMifil4.Jf .I. h i Wire Your House Now Having jour house wired by folks who know their business is not a thing to be dreaded. It can be done with far less muss than you put up with in having your house papered or painted. We have a good stock of beautiful fixturesjo select from. BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. When BEECHAi ynor mouth taste Ie til the ttieaa thrng? you tver did mixed together. PILLS Tsar emata is a l irvlicxti'l f t ca. :tmu of th itnr aai boveia. Barre Opera House TO-NIGHT While New York Sleeps Showed you tee to capacity it? last niht, did Special Musical score and Prologue By reue.t. Special day at 2:30 matinee Satur- MA DOLLARS AND SENSE Octavus Roy Cohen Directed by' ' HARRY BEAUMONT Also "The Vanishing Dagger" and "THE LATEST NEWS -WEEKLY" A blue TO-MORROIV y WALLACE REID in What's Your Hurry rough rolling romance that runs on love and spurts flame of excitement. From the Great Saturday Poet Storv "The Hippopotamus Tarade". A story that goes like blue blazes! Aso "Cash Cuustomers", comedy; and "Bride 13" HAWLEY in Ker Beloved Villian Also "THE LATEST NEWS WEEKLY and -TEN NIGHTS WITHOUT A BARROOM MtasLft 3! 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