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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1921.
ROCHESTER RANDOLPH CHELSEA WATERBURY Gayle Eaton Badly Injured When Caught in Belt of Sawing Machine. Gayle Katoii was badly injured re cently while RAwiug wood. While ad iustin; the belt to his sawing machine, he was caught in some way in the belt and thrown over the engine, striking In such a manner as to be partially stunned and bruii-in his neck, hip and one leg, and spraining an ankle. He is doing as well as could be expected. ""' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thatcher of liipton and Ralph liiindy of Bethel were Christ mas guests of Air. and Mrs. fieorge Clark and family. II. II. Cu.-ihmun was in Springfield Tuesday to attend a banquet given the senators and representatives ot W nirt- for county by the chamber of com merce. The ladies of the I'niversalist. socie ty will present Jan. 20 and 21 "Saman tlia Allen at the Court of Fame," un der the direction of Miss Harriet Har ris of Weymouth, Muss. Mrs. Anna 'flipper and two daugh ters of Montpelier have been spending a few days at the home of IT. II. dish- man. . Mason Hell of Boston has been a re cent guest at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Bell. Miss Clara Stevens of Barre visited her parents here for the week end. The next regular meeting of the Community ciub will be held in the vestrv of the I'niversalist church Jan. Mrs. Frank Conrad (Mary Tart) of llardwick visited at the home of her fcister, Mrs. Floyd Perry, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Atwood have rented rooms in the Hutchins house. .. Miss Hazel Swinyor has been a re cent guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swinyer. Charles Stockwell of Randolph visit ed his mother, Mrs. Emily Stockwell, last week. Cleon Abbott of New Britain, Conn., has been visiting his parents here. Miss Mabel Ilubba-rd of New York City spent Christinas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hubbard. At a meetinir of a class in the Meth- At a special communication of odist church Sunday school, taught by I George Washington lodge, No. 51, V, 4)r. A. C. Bailey, and known as the and A. M., held Thursday evening, Karnest Workers, last Wednesday night Dee. 30, the M. M. degree was worked the report of the work of those ladies two candidates receiving the same, was eiven. wnicn revcaicu mai sunn the last election' of officers, July IS, at the Sunday sessions for Bible study, there had been a total attendance of 372, and an average attendance of Hi, and a fraction. At these meetings, the total collection amounted to $15.30, all of which was paid into the treas ury of the school for general expenses. Tile average collection amounted to (id cents and a fraction. In addition to this, there had been special eoilec The funeral of Charles D. Robinson will be held from his late home on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Miss Inez Carroll, "who returned to resume her studies at the iiurlmjrton Mrs. Flora Morey, who has been an Business college, is back home to at- invalid during the past year, has not been so well of late. Attorney Jlale Jv. Marling was in Montpelier on legal business Thursday J and 1'ridar of last week. Mrs. Arthur T. McCue went recently to I'ortlaild, Me., to remain for a time with her husband, who has employ-j ment there. Mr. and Mrs. Mark II. Whitney and the hitter's mother. Madam Rhodes, tend the funeral of her uncle, C. D. Robinson. ' Mrs. F. E. Steele, jr., has returned from Boston, where she has been spend ing some time with her husband, and has gone to. Holvoke, Mass., for an in definite stay because of the illness of her sister. , Paul Wallace, who has been a holi day guest at the home of his fa ther, B. E. Wallace, has returned to'his tions -the proceeds of which have becni have moved from their tenement over I position as druggist in Norwood, Mass Used to send irUll and Ilfweis 10 uiust n mmuv a mm w me umiw in affliction, or who were confined to the house bv illness. This amounted to $8.20, all of which was paid into the treasury and expended for the purpose before mentioned. A toon sale was held, the proceeds of which amounted to $14.30, and this was also placed in the treasury. Two special meetings were held in the tune for business, and Miss Mabel Whitney, resident pastor of the Pittsfield Methodist -hurch, was purchased by Mrs. Miss Ethel C'olbv of the Waterbury Savings Bank & Trust company has returned, after spending the New Year's recess at the home of her par ents in Phtinfleld. Curtis Huskins, who has been with house, recently Rhodes. Mrs. Harry R. Wishart of Winooski was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Grace Bixby, during the holiday Raymond Keyser, assistant cashier I his parents, has returned to his posi hi the National Bank of Orange Conn- tion in Albany, N. Y., his mother go ty, visited his parents in WoodsviHe.l ing as far an Vereennes, where fhe X. H., over Christmas. visited her sister, Mrs. McAllister. Ben A. Goodrich has been laid aside! Captain II. Denney Campbell, who trom livery work for the past week, has been spending the holidays with invited to attend a special meeting audi wnicn vacation is enforced by a serious I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J'.. K. Camp address them. St. Andrew s brother- attack ot sciatic rheumatism. I bell, has been granted an extension hood, the gentlemen's class of the I The selectmen met last Friday aft-1 of ten days' leave of absence. school, attended, and all passed the ernoon and appraised the damage done I Mrs. Kate McMullin has received . ... . , i I 1 1... .1 :.. J ii ' . It. . . ,rf, evening together in a lueasant. ami " m iuwii uuring ine past year worn Trom ner sisicr, Mrs. wiuiani 1j. profitable manner. Nine boxes of food and found the total damage done by I TTarcourt of Lob Angeles, Cal.. that and fruit were distributed among the I canines amounted to $41, five sheep be- Air. Hareotirt, who has been in poor nip iiicir ion. ON YOUR DESK-IN YOUR POCKET- OR AT HOME. SO THAT THE CHILDREN CAN ALWAYS GtT THZLMI The stop the needy ones Christmas, and about .." booklcls also sent to the shut-ins, which gave cheer to many lonoly hearts. The officers for the coming six months were as follows: President, Abbie F. Clarke: vice-president. Mrs F. E. Washbiirne: secretary, Mrs. F B. Daniels; treasurer, Mrs. George Emery. The officers for the year at the same school were elected as fol lows on Sunday: Superintendent Mrs. E. E. Maxham; secretary. George A. Emery; treasurer, Errol Slack. Mrs. George Emery has returned from a two wseks' stay in Barton, where she went to care for a sick rela tive. Mrs. R. G. Morton left here Satur day for Sharon, where she went to at tend the golden weddins anniversary rj! of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. rvpuitted to be present and take part in the observance. Miss Barbara Perkins of Bethel came Saturday to pass some time with Mr. and Mrs. George Pinney. New ears day was celebrated very nuietlv in town, nothing going on ex cept dnowsliocing and other sports. Miss Mary Wedgewood, who has been '' paxting her vacation here with her mother. Mrs. W. F. Wedpewood. left to resume her work the first of ffi! the week. Jf&TWHSSSs- ,KJUC HI WJtMX M3(! -Miss Carolyn natch, who underwent ktf!SIuVlSjW f? $t ft serious operation on Friday at the itsp fitiS sanatorium, is reported as comfortable expected. 2a Has Lp PLAIN FIELD Mm. tred J. Ackernmn left Dne for Potsdam, N. Y., to visit her daugh ter, Miss Lizzie Tucker, and while there will visit other relalh e.s and friends. Miss Nora E. Taylor, a former resi dent and teacher in the graded school who is tins year teaching in the Mas sacliusetts hospital school at Canton -Mass., spent the holiday vacation with ner sister, Mrs. Percy J. Heuth. .uyron x,. Holmes worked for Rus sell j. Corwin during the school va cation. I. II. Hough, nniicioal of the hiirh school, spent a portion of his vacation in J'lttsford, Prof. Griswold in Spring field, Mass., Miss Olive Hanks in H.in dolph, Miss Jones in Torrington, Conn.. and county Agent Dwine 1 in East Calais. Miss Sylvia Comstock of Boston whs the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jonn M. lomstock, during the holi da vs. The officers of the Comrrefrational Sunday school for the ensuing year have been elected s follows: Super inrenuent, .fonn jl. lomstock: assist. nt superintendent, RichaTd H. Bacon: treasurer. Karl G. Thome; chorister. Kaciicl lomstock Jerry J. Lucas of Bristol. Conn has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and health fortune time, i not as well. Mrs. Walter Irish spent yesterday in liiirlington, Mr. Irishs brothers wife being operated upon in that city. Clinton, the teii-vear old son of George Demeritt, while playing with another small chap at the home of his uncle in Bolton, severed a portion of the second finger on his left hand with a straw cutter, lie was hrouglu. Home and yesterday a clean cut was made above tile joint. Albert Clark Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Knight of Burlington, is one of the pages at the legislature this year. His many friends here are glad h is thus honored. Mrs. C. C. Putnam of Putnamsville was a week-end guest at the home of her son, Knlph Putnam. ' J)l telephone message from D. W. Colby at the Marv Fletcher hospital yesterday about, noon, -told the good news that his son, Franklin, had pass"d through a successful operation and a complete recovery was expected. Rumors that orth Duxliurv is again to have a postoflice bring rejoicing to that community. Miss Mamie Chaffee of Morrisville, vice-principal of the People's academy, has been spending the week end with her brother, Martin W. Chaffee. Mrs. Roy Wilder, who has not been well for some time and had several Beauty Secret KEEP the system clean. Eliminate the poisons. If nature will not do it for you, help nature with a natural medicine like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.Take a teaspoon ful for a few nights and watch the results. There will be a feeling of lightness, the eyes will be bright and sparkling, the lips red, the cheeks pink. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the recognized, standard remedy for constipation, and it i constipation that sivea women hetdachei, dullness. Ion of appetite and sleep, bad breath and bad com plexion. Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will relieve you over night, and do it eenlly but thoroughly. It is just a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, so sate that it ia given to Infanta. A sixty-cent bottle will last for months, and last year eight million battles were bought at drug stores in itself a guaranteo of merit TRY IT FREE Send me your name and address and I mill send you a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin. Address me Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 313 Washington St., Monticello, ill. Everybody now and then needs a laxative, and it is well to know the best. Write me today. Mrs. L. N. Lucas, during the past two! teeth drawn the other day, is imorov- aot. mu'u. -sTv-tt Masquerade dance at S. and I), of L. tSZ&SSiS&StVS1. Saturday evening. Jan. S. Three 3T CA BRIGGS CQMRNV 'Si ' Piece orchestra. Admission, 50c a cou- gi CAMBRIDGE. A63. jfi pie. Refreshments, 25c per plate. Floor 1 I&ZaCSi93Zf manager, Ernest FoIom. adv. weeks Glenn Kennedy, who has been work ing in the bobbin shoo for the nast three months, has completed his serv ices there. Earl and John Dovle are enttincr nn,l hauling lumber for the Orange County Ifolihin corporation from the 4. K MeCulloiigh lot in Corinth. Mr. and Mrs. Ray S. Thresher visits! friends in Williaiiistown last Thii. dav. Vinton C. Corwin and Reginald W. Hill were in Tunbridge last week to assist in taking the annual inventory in Hugh Lyman's store. William F. Hackett was in Randolph on business last Saturday. Children Cry for Fletcher's WOL S3 STOCKBRIDGE The Kind You Ilavo Always Ilouplit has borne the signa ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and lias been male under his personal supervision for over iiO years. Allow no ono to deceive you in this. Counterfeits Imitations and. 'Just-a-prood" are but experiments, and endanger th health of Children Uxperlcuce against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless KUbtditute for Castor Oil, larc porie, .Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither Opium, lllorphine nor other narcotic substance. For more than thirty years ft has been in constant use fortho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverisdiness arising therefrom, nnd by regulating the Momaclt and llowels, aids the as similation of Food; crivin? healthy aud natural sleep, ffhe Children's Comfort The Slather's Friend, Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years Tmt crvraun oohmhV, ncwVomk crrr. 3E January Sale As we wish to reduce our stock, and turn some of our goods into ready cash, we offer to the people of Marshfield and vicinit3 a discount of 20 per cent, for . cash, on the following goods. Our entire line of Footwear, consisting of Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes and Rubbers, Heavy Rubbers and Leggins. All our Sheep-lined Coats, Leather Mittens, Men's Caps, Toques, Tarns, etc. Horse Blankets, and Auto Robes. In our Furniture department, we offer the same discount of 20 per cent, on our entire stock, consist ing of Iron Beds, Mattresses, Chairs, Rugs, Quilts, Couch Covers, Trunks Bags, and Suitcases. We have aJready marked down our Cotton Goods to a very reasonable figure. Remember we give a discount of 20 per cent on cash sales only. Come 4n and let us get together we need the money, you need the goods. Lee &. Clara B. Shortt Marshfield, Vt Mrs. Carl Chamberlin of Ronton was tbe pncht of Mr. and .Mrs. H. X. Hol land several days last week. i...i. i i i , ii iiiinrii rrmrneq to ncr schoo ii -"ii, v .iMiii., .uunnay anil ttoc jroiiiir(i 10 i.oudiini seminar v. Karre Mr. and Mrs. Kay Ainswortli spent Mtnday at F. A. Putnam's. Hemic Putnam returned to their home Rochester with them. .la ca Manning went to her home in litirlinpton Saturday, after two week at the home of O. Manninij. Airs. .1. . Mavo rassed awav Fri day nifrhf after a short' illness from cancer. Mr. Mayo was operated n)Min at Hanover hospital in September and ror a time seemed to be petting: alonp nicely, hut tor several weeks has been failing rapidly. She leaves a husband. whose many friends sympathize with him in his lereavement. Interment at Maplewood cemetery Stindav. H. X. Holland slipped on an icy path anil retract ured tlie two ribs broken in his runaway C'hrNtmas day. - Kenneth Hrown has been suffering trom a liaif abscess lately. (!. H. Fish experts to bein duties as representative at Montpelier on Wednesday. Mary Kllingwood has finished work in (J. B. Fish's store and V. X. Chap man of Bethel will take charge during .Mr. Ushs absence. Mr. and Mrs. Will LaCount and son, Roy. have purchased the farm of Clay ton Mills. Mary Barrows recently spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Jerry Wil son, in Pittsfield. NORTH MONTPELIER Miss Eva Tersons is borne from her work at Harry CoburnV, sick. Mrs. Xora Keith has been confined to her bed with an attack of neuritis, but is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Cray of Cal ais were recent visitors at Leon Ellis.' Mrs. George Parker of Fast Calais and Miss Daisy Piri of Harm were the guests of Mrs. John Emery last week. We-ley Benjamin and family were the guet of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Flint Ut Sunday. Frank Parian is out again, after having been ill some two weeks. The Goddard scholars have all gone back to school. The village school has opened again. after a week's vara tion. with Mrs. Lillian Clark as teacher. The farmers' meeting that was held in the hall last Saturday was well at tended' and -ery interesting. Ralph Oaniels was a week-end vis itor at his home in Eat Montpelier. Mr. and Mr. John Bond f Fast Montpelier were recent guests of Mr. and Mr. Ruell Collins. Mrs. Cbarl" Hopkins of Waterbury and her dsnchter. Mr. Richard t- Mridj. of PUinfield. visited at Bertha and Hat tie Johnson's bt week. Mr. and Mrs. Emet Wells f ;h.-l burn were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Cobiirn Saturday. The home demotistraf ioa inir. Mrs. A. 1. Stevens resumed her hmd in Middlesex vill.ice yesterday. Mrs. Hairv Ringhnm and daughter. Ann, have returned from the Hewton hospital to her home on Randall ave nue. Word was received bv wire that Wa- terburv high school basketball five won the first pnme played of its four-dav trip by defeating Middlebury high to the tune of 34 to 11. Middlebnry's for wards were unable to secure any bas kets. Their center and one guard man aged to ring in four basket from the floor. Lease led for Waterbury, with five baskets from the floor and nix by fouls; Randall four baskets. Guild 2. G.' Donovan 2, O'Brien. K. Somerville substituted for Guild. Strong guarding on Waterbury's part won the gnnie. Mrs. Philip Sbonio has a bruised face and broken glasses as ji result of slipping on the icv steps at the town hall in Duxburv Saturday eve ning as she was going to grange meet mg. fortunately there were no serums injuries. Mrs. Elbe Hapgood, who bus a posi tion at the home for destitute children in Burlington, was an over-Sunday guest with Mrs. Hattie Morse at the Goodheart home. Miss Weltha Boeker, who was ill last week with tonsilitis. ia more im proved, although atill unable to lie out Cecil Goodheart is home from Barre, where he has been training as an elec trician with the Montpelier A Barre Light A Power Co. Saturday evening was a great time for the members of Dillingham grunge and until the wee small hours of the morning they were busy at the hall. The following officers were installed by E. G. Miller, past master, assist ed by his daughter, Miss Gertrude Miller, as marshal: Master. Willis Breen; overseer, Edward O'Brien; lec turer, Eva Foster; chaplain, Anna Deavitt; steward, Merton Johnson; gatekeeper, Lewis Mors; secretary, Angus Child; treasurer, Tenie Shonio; Ceres, Xcllie Cormier; Flora, Evalcna KcIIctt; Pomona. Annie Morse. Last Friday evening the ITvpatia and Pierian club held an enjoyable and profitable meeting in the chapel of the Vermont state hospital, the af fair being arranged by program com mittees of the two clubs. Mrs. Kath leen LcBnron Luce, as usual delighted all with her vocal solos. She was ac companied by Miss Flora Boye Gale, who played a solo in her efficient man ner. At the close of the entertainment the speaker of the evening was Wil liam H. Jeffrey, secretary of the board of probation and charities. He was ably introduced by Mrs. S. C. Wheeler, vice-president of the Hypatia club. Mr. leflrey was closely followed, lie gave a history of the work and its develop ment and gave several instance of the wonderful curative work don,- IT spoke in the highest terms of this community tiat did so much for the Eldred child and told much about her and the plans for her care and educa tion. Refrshmnt were served and pleasant social time passed. SOUTH WOODBURY Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Swain, who have been spending a few days at their home here, returned to Plymouth', X. H., last Friday. Miss Zclnia Goodell of Sprinpfield, .Mass., and Miss Olive Goodell ot ind sor, Conn., who have been spending a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Goodell, returned home the last of the week. Miss Margaret Winters, who has been a holiday guest of her mother, Mrs. A. P. Ainsworth. returned to her work in Clareiuont, X.' H., on Mon day. Roy Benjamin of Barre was a recent guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Benjamin. W. -B. Goodell and Zelma Goodell visited friends and relatives in llard wick last week. j STOWE The ladies of the II. II. Smith Wom an's Relief corps served its annual din ner to the post and held an all-day meeting Saturday. A business session in the morning was followed by an oys ter dinner, IK) or more being present. Only two members of the post, Jack son Sargent and S. M. Brush, were present, others being absent from town or ill. Mrs. Mary Goss, department president, installed the officers of the corps during the afternoon session as follows: President, Mrs. Minerva Tink- ham; senior vice-president, Mrs., Susie Boardman; junior yice-president, Mrs. Edwin Harris; secretary, Miss Hattie Ruiter; treasurer, Mrs. Emma Straw; chaplain, Mrs. Sarah Dewey; conduc tor, Mrs. Janet Adams; press cor respondent, Mrs. Ruby Tinkham; musi cian, Miss Katherine Smalley; assist ant conductor, Mrs. Viva Smith; as sistant guard, Miss. Eunice Magoon; "color bearers, Misses Ruby Bull, Bea trice Pike, Mary Bailey and Alice Bar rows. The officers of the post are as c follows: Post commander, D. (.'. Spaulding; senior viee-coimnander, S. ' II. Kaiser; junior vice -commander, Jackson Sargent; adjutant, II. A. Sparks; qunrtermaster, S. M. Brush; surgeon, C. G. Moody; chaplain, Daniel. Smith; officer of the guard, Lewis Shontelle; sergeant major, 8. II. Kai-1 ser; quartermaster sergeant, Jackson I Sargent. There are 10 surviving mem-j bers of the post, S. C. Spaulding, S. II. i Kaiser, Jackson Sargent, II. A. Sparks, I S. M. Brush, C. G. Moody, I). M. Smith,! Ix-wis Shontelle, II. G. Thomas, G. H. j Campbell. Others are J. H. Ayers of I the Waterbury post, H. T. Raymond i of the Rochester post and Henry Homer. A short sermon by the pastor at the Sunday morning service at the Com munity church was followed by a re ception of members and the sacrament of the Lord s supper. Seven were re- wived into membership. It is hoped j that a large number from every part ! of the town will attend the annual j Community church dinner and meeting; Wednesday. The large attendance and i enthusiasm of last year gave the work ! a lasting impetus and a large response i is urged this year. It is planned to! serve a free public dinner and all are( asked to contribute. j A service was held at the north hoi-j low schoolhouse Sunday afternoon. James Brownlee of Siiringfield passed the week end with Mrs. Brownlec's parents, Rew. and Mrs. C. E. Hayward. Mrs. W. Xye Smith has returned to Schenectady, X. Y.,-after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Brush. Glenn Brown and Henry Crosby of Palmer, Mass., formerly of Stowe, have enlisted at Springfield, Mass., in the United States navy and have gtuie to the Great lakcs training station. Wilbur Arthur Parks, 12 years of age, only son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Parks of Jtenton, Ark., died at the Kill That Cold With CASCARA M QUININE FOR Colds, Coughs AND Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the. first sneeze. Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Barre Opera House Wednesday Evening Jan. 5 at 8:15 Under the Auspices of Barre Board of Trade & Barre Woman's Club. rpheus Four The Finest Male Quartet to Be Found in America First Tenor SAMUEL B. GLASS Second Tenor PAUL E. ADAMS Baritone .WM. G. WELLS Bass VERNER A. CAMPBELL Their repertoire is inexhaustible. You will cer tainly want to hear this singing quartet. Tickets on Sale at Drown's Drug Store. Prices 75c and $1.00 plus war tax. Mrs. Mary King, who has been the home of his parents Dec. :U from pneu monia. .Mrs. J'arks was lormeriy .Miss Josepha Blodgett of Stowe and ha many relatives here, among them an aunt, Mrs. Carrie E. Straw. Fred Colby cut off some of the cords in tbe instep of one foot when chopping at the McGibbon farm recently. The high and graded schools reopened for the winter term Monday. Mif-s Florence Austin of the Mills guest of relatives over the holidays, returned to her work in Hardwuk on Sunday. Christine Morrison returned to Xorthfield on Saturday, after passing a ween wun ner pHrenis, mt. ami Mrs. T. Morrison. George Blake is ill with chickenpox. Miss Lucy S,abin of Burlington .was a recent guest of her mother, Mr. Satira Sabin. Miss Ivis Wheeler of Claremont, X. H., was a holiday guet of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wheeler. D. A. McLean was in Montpelier on Saturday. j Mr. and Mrs. Xeil Daniels of Gran ite ille returned home last Saturday, after spending a week with relatives here. jCw j A Successful Cigar j1mA AH Quality BETHEL Miss Grace Persons returned tuis morning to Boston, after a few days' stay at home. A. X. Washburn lei;an operations Saturday with a Percival auto tractor truck in Waterville, Me., which he boiiL'ht lately. He has had made for his logging business four pairs of huge sled, so that when necessary two pairs mar be loaded for the truck to draw and" the other two pair left free to n-e while the others are being un loaded. Daniel A. Ablmtt did the wool work on the sleds. F. K. Wallace dmes the truck, which will go into the woods on roads made for tbe pur pone firft on the Torrey lot in the northwest part of the town and later in other place where Mr. Wahbunt has timber. He expects to have plen ty of work near the mill for his big teams to do. Miss Kliia Howland of Koyalton spnt part of her vacation at the home of her grandfather, Daniel Stod dard. The granite sheds again are moving on full time, after a few weeks t n a four-dav schedule, f ie to lack of tbe architect's diagrams. TL Augustus Gray came last week from Keene. X. II., to work in the granite sheds. He lived here several years ago. school has returned from her Christ mas vacation. Among the students returning to their schools and colleges Monday were Misses Madine Boardman, Louise Mor-1 gan, Kathryn Kecor, Rebecca Buron.J Kffie Sleeper. Lucy Ijitiuli, Hildegradej imaiiey, .viunn ioaruman aim urio Jenney. j Miss Ruth McMahon returned to New! York C-ity Monday, after passing the Christmas vacation In Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hubbell of La conia, X. H., are visiting their daugh ter, Mri.. A. E. Doane, and family. QUICK I STOP INDIGESTION Pain in Stomach, Sourness, Gases and Acidity relieved with "Pape's Diapepsin" uher were Mrs. J. F. Claire, Mm. W. B. Clark, Mrs. Stanley and- Mr. Tones. , s "The Farmer's Worst Enemy Rats. The Farmer's Best Friend Rat-Snap." These are the words of .lames Ras ter. X, J.: "Ever since I tried RAT SXAP I have alway kept it in tbe house. Xrver fail. Used ab.Mit $.1.00 worth of RAT-SNAP a year and fig ure it saves men MOO in chicks, eggs and feed.1 RAT SNAP it convenient. jut break up cake, no mixing with other food." Three ires, .lie, tt.V, I. .". Sold and guaranteed by R. L. Clark and B. D. Tomasi, Barre; lYice The 'Grain company, Middle-ei, and Berry Your upet stomach will feel fine! i Xo waiting! When your meals don't tit ! and you feel uncomfortable; when you belch gases, acids or raise sour undi-i gested food. When you feel lumps of i indigestion pain, heartburn or hcad-j ache from acidsly. jut eat a tablet of' harmless and reliable Pape's Diapepsin j and the frtomarh distress Is gone. Millions of people know the magic of Pape's Diapepsin as an antacid. They know that most indigestion and disordered stomach are from acidity, j The relief rome quickly, no doap-' pointment. and the cot is so little too.! Pape's Diapepsin helps regulate your stomach so you can eat isvorite iooos without fear. Adv. It M. FARNHAM Sales and Exchange Stables Montpelier. Vt. Just received carload of horses di rect from farmers of Ohio. They weigh from 1200 to 1700 lbs. apiece. They were all bought right out of harness. There are dapplegrays, red roans, black roans, chestnuts, browns and bays in the lot. For our auction Friday January 7, 1921. we expect a lot of second hand horses of our own. Anyone wishing to buy or sell should be here for this sale. Auction sales every Friday. We carry a complete line of.harness, collars, blankets, sleighs, etc. Both 'phone connections. & Jones, Montpelier. Adv. TUNBRIDGE The annual installation of the new y-eleeted officers of the O. A. R. and j allied orders in joint eions at their j halls Saturday was probably tbe first, of its kind in the state and was a very j successful affair. A bountiful lunch I was served at noon, followed by the several ritual service.. Installing offl-! cer acting were: Elihu Tuller. past' po rommander. for the G. A. R.; Mrs. O. X. Sfoughtrtn of Orville Bixby corps. SoirtU Koyalton. for the v . K. C; and A-:.fant".Iud?e B. II. Adams of Chel-1 ea f.r the S-m. of Veterans. Mrs. Stonchton accompanied by ber sis ter. Mr. Rand, and Judge Aiiam by meetin;; veial brothers of II. E. K. hall ramp. CONSTIPATION1 b the bljr trouble io every serious sickness rawing depression of pints, irritability, nervousness, imperfect vision. Ins of memory, poor "teep. Ion f apprtite, etc. top t with a rrfuiar eomtwe f I BIJOU THEATRE Where Everybody Goet Presents for To-day Only y id he held at tbe ball Wednesdiv. an I No 2. all-day meeting, mmmem-ing at 10 a I Iliifrb Wiliiatcs bat ben on the sick tti-. ffr the making of dre f.irtn.. I li-t tbe pat week Tbe Maon hare their annual dane Miss Kbahith Matthew, of White .'. 20, wi'h CarrolTa rrrbefra for Piver Jun5 ,nn )rnt a few days at ber uie. una here la.t m-tk. SCHEHCKS MAHDBAKE PILLS Tbey art promptly and freely, but gently, thoroughly rlening tt bawls, mfsrtinc the stMBarfc. a! m Ulisc the Irw ihr rwr-,- fnr r. hesdx-ite, Kiaswveaa. brort- e" r if mm, piatw er arr 04. mo rrumf conri-voui aa- rmovm inmim cir. Dr. J. B. Sckraca & Soa. fiuUie'pk! .-.iryi: r-. it. .MfckMV mm W I TOM MOORE in"Duds' COIPWYK PJCTWRS. If is paeKeij to the guards wi'h meat of rfm.ixe, altenture. ti,rte man t man tttU'! love and it dtibt it fear. ail it l'rtunnj ii.Kior( ot Mrarti-e women, tjrin aril h filing iu. 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