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SEARCH MADE FOR PAYLIS VESSEL NEEDS PROMPT AID THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JANUARY as qood as LaTouraine Coffee 40 cents per Y2 pound canister STOWE $ Famous Oid Recipe - - - - u - Easily And cheaply made nt home, but It beat them llll for quick remit. Thousands of housewives have found that they can gave two-thirds of the money usually spent for couch preparations', by using this well known old recipe for inakinjj cough oyrup. It is simple and cheap hut it has no equal for prompt results. It takes right hold of a cough, and gives immediate relief, usually stopping an ordinary cough in 24 hours or less. Get i 2 ounces ot rinex trom any drucirist. nour it into a Dint hottle. and add plain granulated sugar syrup to make a full pint, it you preter, A new business firm in Klowe is that 01 H. 1.. nhnw, Inf., articles ol a-so- w nation fur which have recently been1 .filed with the. secretary of state at i Montpelier. The company is organized for the purpose of doing a general mer cantile business, 'including the sale at .J wholesale and retail of feed, flour, gro ceries, sugar, farm products, hardware, clothing, boots and shoes, paints and joils, automobiles, etc., and is capital- , i;'.r ai $ou,inm. u. r. sn&w, toe senior member of the firm, began in the mer i cantilo business in the employ of Miles, j MeMahtm and company, where lie 'worked for seven years, receiving for jtlie first year his board and $"0. He started in business for himself in Sep tember, 1805, with less than $1,000 cap ital. The other members of the new company are Mr. Shaw's older son, (lale II. Shaw, who has been employed as bookkeeper m the business since , completing a course at the Lowell (Mass.) business college in IS ;), with the exception of nine months service ;in the Tinted States navy in the World ijvar; Mr. Shaw's daughter, Miss Ruby IT). Shaw, and his brother-in-law, (ieorge TV. Gale, who has been employed in .the business lrt years. Mr. Shaw, who is one of Stowe's leading citizens, has Sri her business interests, including a jln.rge lumber business and a butter l'a'keg manufactory, and an interest 'jiii the Stow.- Hotter Package com;pany. Mr. and Mrs. Henry (joodene of Tor- .r'ngton, Conn., are visiting their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. hVclls. The following oflh'ers were elected ,fr,r 1H21 at the sessfon of the Sunday school Sunday: Superintendent, Mrs. Cora liny ward; first assistant, F. M. iimill; aecond assistant, Mrs. , Janet jdmns; secretary and treasurer, Miss ilf-'tidie Cary ;, chorister, Mrs. Cora Hay ifvard; organist, Miss Marjorle Watts; primary superintendent, Mrs. Dorothy jXelstm ; assistant superintembnt. Miss jSusan Iligelow; organist, Mis- Dorothy Farrows; cradle roll superintendent, Mrs. Myrlie Raymond. There were 102 ij v'ut nt. the session. Tin, namn of V A Vfr,rli.if on alinoM Ylive been included in the report of the convalescing. V(te of thanks at the annunl f'ommu-1 s Mr. and Mrs. Alex Milne of Iiurru Alleged By Police to Have Killed Mrs. Bessie Price . of Stoughton, Mass. WOMAN REFUSED HIS ATTENTIONS Norwegian Steamship On taneda Sends Out Dis tress Signals FREIGHTER RUSHES TO POINT NAMED Her Body Was Found Byi Little Son in Closet of Price Home use clarified molasses, honey, or corn eyrup, instead of migar syrup. Kither way, it tastes good, keeps perfectly, and lasts a family a long time. It's truly astonishing how quickly it acts, penetrating through every air passage of the throat and lungs loosens and raises the phlegm, soothes and heals the membranes, ana gradually but surely the annoying throat tickle and dreaded cough-disappear entirely. Nothing better for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, hoarse ness or bronchial asthma. Pinex is a special and hiehly con centrated compound of genuine Nor way pine extract known the world over for its healing effect on membranes. Avoid disappointment by asking vour druggist for "1'2 ounces of P:nex"' with full directions and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. ing from Boston, leaving Mrs. Smith re covering from tonsilitis. Mrs. A. M. Clough of Ira,sburg is with her sister, Mrs. 11. S Matthews. Mrs. Matthews has been more comfortable and is able to be up a little. EAST BHOOKF1ELD Floyd Burroughs is with his motlvr, Mrs. Charles Banister. 1 Charles Smith, who has been quite irty church mooting. Mr. Eggleston has done a good deal of work on the re ipairs and improvements and has pre sented no bill. ?!t Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Houston and .(family, who expected to leave for their (j-oine at Berwyn, Pa., Saturday, were 'detained by the illness of Mrs. Houston and will not leave for a few days. Mrs. 'Houston is recovering from an attack of bronchitis. Several of the family at .)ames Houston's have been ill with a ijrevailing distemper, but are recover ing. Others who have been ill with the distemper, which usually takes the form of a hard cold, are Mrs. A. W. Col-1 Tn and Mrs. If. (J. MeMahon. j : Cornell Kiley was at home from St. AMmns over Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Whitcomb of ITvde Park passed Sunday with Mrs Will Wright at N. G. Stvifles." A. J. Magoon was in Burlington for medical treatment recently. Arthur Warren of Johnson was a vis itor at H. A. Warren's last week. Dr. Goddnrd of Morrisville, who was iralled to see Carl Dyke, pronounced his lillness the result of n clot of blood in the brain and gives encouragement that ihe can be helped. Key. C. E. Hay ward conducted apray-ic-r service at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Xewcity Sunday afternoon for the child born to them Saturday that died at birth. I The Sunday school classmates and k'irl friends, to the number of 20, gave Blarrv Adams a surprise partv at the Biome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Adams, Saturday evening, in honor of his 14th birthday, which came on Sunday. (James and dancing and re- rcshments were enjoyed and his friends irescnted him a set of boy scout books, i Kathryn, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. n.' K. Pike, is ill. Mrs. C. J. Robinson has returned to Watcrbury, after several dayg at A. W. Collins.' O. II. Smith returned Monday morn- ire visiting at Alland Stoddard,'. Morris Annis has recently been tak ing electrical treatments at the Barre City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Jones and little son, who have been visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Pant on, went to Northneld the first of the week to visit relatives. Lester Lamson, who represents the I. S. geographical survey, recently came from Hardwick and spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamson, on his way to Boston. Raymond (Jrearson of Williamstown is working for George Sprague. Mrs. Dust in returned lust week her home in Orford, N. II. After the Christmas vacation, Ruth Trask has returned to her school in Braititree, Anita Dutton to her school in East Montpelier and Marjorie Poor to her school in Williamstown. The young people held a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Trask last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Will Austin, who has been quite ill with a bilious attack, is better and able to be up and about her room a little each dav. Mrs. J. P. Sprague and Mrs. Oscar Lamson were in Barre last week Wednesday. Stoughton, Mass., Jan. 11. Search was made to-day for George M. Pav lis, alias George Brown, in connection with the murder of Mrs. Bessie Price, whose body with a bullet wound in the head was found in a closet in her home here yesterday. The police claim Pavlis, formerly a boarder at the Price home, killed Mrs. Price when she refused to accept his attentions. According to the woman's jjusband, Pavlis had threatened Mrs. Price on several occasions during the past three months. rhe police state that at the time of the shooting of the woman' two sons, Seymour, aged seven, and Allen, aged lour, were in tho house. Seymour told the police thut he heard two shots and then saw Pav lis come down stairs from hia moth er's bedroom. "Don't go up stairs,' Pavlis admonished the boy, according to his story, "I have shot a rat and he might bite you." Pavlis left the house immediately. Seymour inves tigated and found his mother dying. He called a neighbor, who notified the police. PavHs boarded at the Price home previous to last June, Mr. Price said and while a member of the household was attentive to Mrs. Price and the children, frequently buying them pre ents. Three months ago Mr. Price said he received a bill from Pavlis for :S0O for the gifts that he had made. Price said that he paid the bill and since then Pavlis had threat ened him several times. He had com plained to the police about the actions of I'nvlia on numerous occasions. When it became apparent that Pav lis intended to make trouble, -it was decided to appease him by asking him to return as boarder. Price said. Sat urdnv Price went to Boston and le turned with his father to help him solve the problem, and it was agreed that Pavlis would return. Yesterday afternoon Pavlis and Mrs. Trice went with the father to the railroan sta tion and saw the latter on a train. Mrs. Price and Pavlis did not' re turn home together but the police be lipve that the man entered shortly aft er the woman and the shooting fol lowed. The Ontaneda Left New York on Jan. 1, Carry ing (General Cargo CABOT Skyscrapers Amazed Cria. "Begory!" said an Irishman who was watching another go through some ex ercises, "ye kape yer mouth a-" wide open as it vou were i ominous me ni i toime he saw New York.' Transcript. - Boston Grandma for a Blue Sunday. "Helen, I really cannot permit you to read novels on the Sabbath." "But, grandma, this one is all right; it tells about a girl who was engaged to three Episcopal clergymen all at, mission to pictures, 22c and 3.1c; danc Come and see "The Doctor" hv the North Montpelier Dramatic club at Pythian hall. Marshfield, Jan. 15. adv. Next Sunday evening there will be an illustrated lecture at the M. E. church. Tuesday evening, Jan. 4, a quiet wfdding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith at Lower Cab- rtf, when their eldest daughter, Lola, and William Coughlin of Brattleboro were united in marriage by Rev. E. L. Goddard. the double ring service le ing used. The bride wa becomingly gowned in blue taffeta silk. Mr. and Mrs. Coughlin returned to Brattleboro Wednesday, where they are to resid. Mr. Coughlin having employment there for several years. Next Thursday evening there will be moving pictures in the M. E. church. Everybody welcome. Leon Dane and brother. Leslie, have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ilerb-rt Dane. Next Suuihiy Rev. Frank L. Stacy will occupy the pulpit of the Congre gational Intrch. Don't fail to see Douglas Fairbanks in "The Half Breed." with Fatty Ar- buckle in "The Bolshevik," at town hall, Cabot, Friday evening, Jan. 1i. This is a high-grade picture that vnu will enjoy. Big dance after pictures. :;iusic, piano, violin and drums. Ad New York, Jan. 11. Wireless dis tress signals calling for help "at the first possible moment" were picked up here early to-day from the Norwegian steamship Ontaneda, which left here for Vadidam, Norway, on Jan. 1, car rying a general cargo. The message gave her position as be tween 1200 and l.'iOO miles from New York. A message picked up later from the British freighter Philadelphia", said she was rushing to the assistance of the Ontaneda. ROXBURY once." Boston Transcript. ing gents 3.jc, ladies free. adv. WhjrDont They Go Back? "Why is it that thousands who Qjiit cofee years ago for Postum have continued using Postum ever t since? These people could have gbne tack to coffee if they had want ed to. But they found Postum to be a satisfying table -drink with a deligritful cofFee-like flavor, and entirely healthful If coffee disagrees, try .NT "There's a Reason". Widely Postmn Cereal Conine, Batik Creek, Mich. POSTUM F. E. Bennett of Burlington was here one day last week in the inter est of the Eastern Casualty Insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. II. French, Mrs. George Bacon and Miss Dora Bacon were in Barre Saturday, the three former to attend the Spiritualist convention which was in session there. John O'Grady and Harold Parch were In Montpelier Friday. Mrs. Charles Howe, Mrs. Rex Brown and children and Mrs. George Nunn and baby spent a dav in Northneld last week. Miss Ldith Hidfonl ot Montreal was a guest oMier aunt, Mrs. M. Goodell recently. J. B. Kidder was a business visitor in Rochester the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Goodell have been with friends in North Hero the past week. From there Mrs. Goodell ex pects to go to Montreal to visit relu tives .for a time. Mrs. O'Grady has returned from St Albans, where, she had been visiting and is keeping house for Mrs. Goodell while she i a-wav. Mrs. Johif Merrill went Niturday to the home of 1ier mother in Saratoga, N. Y., having received a message on Friday afternoon that "Barbara Doro thy has arrived." a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Newell Lee of North Clarendon, Mrs. Lee having gone tA Saratoga ,to stay at the home of her grandmother for a few weeks. Mr. Lee is alo there for a few davs. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown and Miss Fern Fargo were week end guests c.f Mr. and Mrs. Warwick. Thev came from Randolph and the former are par ents of Mrs. Warwick. Rev. Effie I. Welmter will give a lecture at the town hall Friday eve ning, Jan. 14. at S o'clock. There will be special muic. All are cordially in- ited to attend. What was supposed to have been a farewell party was given Mr. and Mrs. Warwick last Friday evening, as Mr. Warwick had been prjiou-lv notified that the station oiwrator's duties at the C. V. railroad station were to le abolished, but during the afternoon Friday, Mr. Warwick received a mes sage to the etfect that the previous notice was cancelled, anil the partv ras a reception to stay instead of go ing away. The many friends of Mrs. Jennie Richardson are glad to hear that she is improved and up around the h.ui-e. after having leen ill the pat two weeks. State Deputy Roy Cilman of North Randolph was here l.it wed, Tuesd.iv tn ;.l-,ll liu ,.f niiiii!t i grange. There was gi,d attendance at the meeting and a supper ;: served. One of the youngest boys of Dr Shaw fell from a ladder Frdav and was nnite seriously iniored. as be was unconscious several hn!'"s. M. C. Flvnn, who was thought to be much lietter last week, has been worse lately. A lare numler here are having the pr"'ilinr distemper. W. J. I.anonette assisted in tho store during the absence f Mr. Hall. Vr. K'n" who has been viitin; in Fat Montnelier and vir'itv the nat OiW weeks, has rctiirn-d to the home of her daughter. Mrs. B. A. Hwe. i i uiiiTii m ill lttl?;r3;siBl!l;l!!lI II! Ill I! 1 II ftffl : 'v 'M I III I in j i j llll HpHE new IDEAL-Arcola may now enjoy health-protecting Wfl 7vMk&V' " h $i P I Radiator- Boiler has revolu- Hot Water heat in the home, with mM I IKSM HJml " Jss X tionized the heating of small or without a cellar. Put in at any Wihiv Ww i homes. It heats the room inwhich time without disturbance. X' W'WW V ji S I Se it is placed and circulates hot water Investigate IDEAL-Arcola Hot WfiwX WmnwmymMiV 3 t0 American Radiators in the ad- Water heating. See your dealer M MMmVlP fML 0 joining rooms. or visit our pubHc shoW rooms in llpCfef i, mmWIWm 1 1 ' IHlli i Warms your home uniformly any of the large cities. A demon- UM with less fuel than any other heat- strating outfit is exhibited. wr7l M UmK t 1 fp ing device. Catalog showing how IDEAL- gffe WmmlmWm Many an owner is using less coal Areola Heating Outfits can be j $XSN ifWnlfrlN ' to heat the entire home than was easily and quickly installed in ''s5$vSi$cw (( lJiUllirW'''x J formerly required to heat one or Email cottages, bungalows, flat., "vOOtt (II 5$' 3 two rooms. The cost of installa- stores, offices and other small tion is moderate. Every family buildings, free. Write today. pNj ! If American Radiator Company lffiWf iFN. Phon r 12M31 Federal St., Bo.ton, Ma... felMWW 1 Laaarecaaa Makr, of Ih. famou. IDEAL Bottttt mnd 'aSmQW&SSsf AMERICAN Radiator, ZJ'-t 3 Courting in Vermont. lt' rather nice on Sunday night To see onie friend or neighbor You've known fr year. a driving past To call on Widfer Taber. Or Flora Flagg. or Jennie .Tone It news, it's worth reporting. To have a real confirmed old batch Strike up and po to courting. He drcse lwtter than be did Hi. hirt and collar Monday. Are whiter than they ned tjlJie On any day but Sunday: And note that golden 'gator's tooth Hi chin la now eunoorting You're glad he'a loosening up a bit. You re glad that Jim n oairting. He used to have a 1 of edt. In fact, wan pretty touchy: i He'd lived like t rust"" in his hutch S. long tht ig i "biitchy -." But now vmi ee a constant mde I poll hi face di-pirting - Ynii're glad at lat our oid friend .I.m, Ity gum! ha tik to courting. One night on ehoiit, a pat he g.r. "nt evening, nei-htir TeniH-v. Don't hcitate t 1 t tn know If 1 -n h-!p r. ny; I'll t. l! hrr. ( al.'at IhKv r!l You ll be right there r port u; I (rue she knows you're ii t.i njiiff. Or uwd to O' at nmrt ing. Iconoclastic. H. C. Wells hasn't a very romantic vision of "the glory that was Greece." He says in his "Outlines of History" th.it if e could he plumped down in the Athens of I'ericlea we should rind it rather a tawdry, music-hall sort of a pl.o e. , Perhaps H. (. is right. Per sonally we have alwaya discounted tho-e Mories of ancient grandeur and greatness, jind we venture to assert, by way of eaiiple, that if "the top- I less tower of ll.nm" could set down among our modern skyscrapers, they would make a mighty ridiculous showing.- lloston TrunTipt. AMERICAN TRADE IS NOW HANDICAPPED By Low Rate of Exchange and-By La bor Conditions in Fore.'gn Countries. Washington, D. C, Jan. 11.- Better trade condition between the I'nited Sweet Innocence! Newedd I in afiaid we're going to it hard to get coal. Mrs. Newedd -Oh dear J I do wish they.d plant larger crops in the coal fields.- lioston Transcript. Turned Down. Closeman Sorry to refuse you, old man, tut my money like company. Uurrow What do you mean'" (loseinan It can't bear to be a loan. lloston Transcript. A Simple Matter. Wife (ojeniiig bandbnxca) I've had aeveral hats sent home, dear, so tinil you can choose. I myself like this oil", hut if you prefer the other, why. I'll keep them both. Boston Transcript. A Man of Account. "(lot a new job, eh? What doin "Cnhicr in a polii-e station" "Never heard of audi a hat a yer dooty "Dooly! I count the ccper as they come in." --Boston Tran-crvj't. Relief. Ye thirsty, rejoice. Now that Autumn i here; Ttiotigh empty the flask. There' a nip in the air. Boston Transcript TROCO SuccrKrtobutter.fet, delicate, made from coconuts and milk in a splendid new food rant, y Troco At an V f Nut Butter j draler: X X ( ,mnn east cannot lie expected until Iipw rales of exchange and labor conditions in foreign omntries have Iweu improved, j according to a summary ol worm Mi- lies made pulmc hy the department ol ccmnicrce. In practically every country of South America and the far eat imports have fallen in the Ih-t few months and mon ey has become h.vrd to obtain. Australia is represented to be await, ing Niwer prices licfore buying much in the American markets and banks have raised money price. This, with the thing I low rate of the pound, evhange, has brotuviit about a virtual stagnation ol the market. I he .lupHiii--e tinancial condition is most unsatisfactory, Commercial At tache Abls.tt cables from Tokio. He predict a severe drop in the Japanese exchange rate. He report lanks have tightens! the money market by raising rate. Japan tin illicit the year with a large balance of trade againt her and (large stocks of nsold good are in ! warehouse. The general stagnation of; .1.. - . - 1 1. ..I..... :. ! j oie-.iifs nil oioii-jii hismii n aiiniiofi . f.' . ( , - , ; which will result in the cutting of yll) iltHIli IUf 1 CJIS ana J'lUVCU 51C uiiuiuna. I a a 1 1 X 1 1 tl f lin T t. . J t Accept oniy an uncroKcn package oi uayer i acieis oi Aspirin," which contains proper directions for Colds, Headache, Pain, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago. Then it is Genuine Varnin?! Unless you sec the name "Bayer" on tablets, you v are not getting genuine Aspirin presennea ry Con bnnk frr Chst-ato H0LBR0OK OgOCERY CO k -. N. H. t At 1 oVofk. if you're awike. ' Yo II hear the cravd t 1 1 i j It' Jim. ye; tl.j ' hi t -'.r i.r , A homiti.rg and ing.pg;"" i Y"U b1ee the tVn titr"l cT. T v.e way h' in i ic! hi; mi're pad. and k;pder ottt. f Tlat J-m ha A -tse hi murt-rj I1!; l L. i ?j in B-it'i r.rt"ii Ne MEURALGIA or bMdacne n olt and tnb VIS or htsdacne rob tba Coreriaad olt and tnbate Um vapor fo Run Failure of many bu-incs houses in Chirac.' i foreseen by t'ommenial At tache Arnold of Peking, who cables that the ancient Chinese custom of paying all debt on the new year. Feb. w ill force many place to dose. biw c hange rate have resulted in an ovcrstiM ked mark4 in India, ai--is-riling to 'omm:ioiier Hatehelder at Calcittta. who y that export hae fa id n off to an alarming extent. Argentine er'rts and import hae dropjcl, while the money mtrke ha Income light .( ommereial Attac he Fre ly re-rt. lfc'iihlc the numh.T if fad re were reported in lovmlr a com- j pared with the same month a rT ago. ! The firnr.I an markt i irr-t !!. money i "tight," e!irt are de-r"a-ilg and an iinfavoraltV I a '.Hue of tf:de i iii r, a- v.-' r ai month. In Chile both ex'rt and import are trportd tn lie dmTea-mg and the eiihanc rate i nnimprovI. Ynoia i reported a t:il in the nod-i of a financial di line and otln-,l f mt mre -r;oti e are to com. t ommerosal A'ta iie Jm-kn repor trnr bii-T- fa;urs rc efe-t-d in M,io. lie a"rt c icrnDiiil f.pp" ! i , t e t---C of i.i:nc i in fpt rf. a gTrl KaT:ng ft ;. 1 bi-gun nd unnrj.; j meet i jr'n era!. Handy tin boxea of 12 tableta coat but a few cent Larger package. Aplria 1 til tra3 mark of r.trer Manufartur of Monomc(lcacldtn'ot SallcrUrad IO F1UI.K.J1 14 It Is Not Enough to have the bowels move. It is more important to persuade liver, kidneys, skin, and bowels to act in harmony and against self-poison ing. BEECHAM'S PILLS act favorably upon all organs concerned in food-digestion and waste-elimination; they remove causes as well as relieve symptoms. Lrj-t SI ef any Me Ji;in in tho World. Sc'J hj Arag rta tWrof ll world. la Isoxra. lCc.