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THE BARRK DAILY" "TIMES, BARRE, VT., ' TUESDAY', JANUARY 11, 1921.
SYMPTOMS WOIEN DREAD M rs. Wilson's Letter Should Be Read by All Women CHELSEA "Str 1 X I Clearfield, Pa.-"After my last hild was born last September I was wr"y 'vaimunabie to ao an or Aw'w own work-. 1 ir9 ' And severe Dans in mv left side every month and had fever and sick dizzy spells and such pains during my periods, whicn lasted two weeks. I heard of LyGiaE. Pinkham's Vege table Compound doine others so Inuch good and thought I would give t a trial. I have been very giaa inai did. for now I feel much stronger knd do all of my work. I tell my ! nends when they ask me wnat neipea ne, and they think it must be a grand nedicine. And it is. You can use this otter for a testimonial if you wish." Mrs. Harry A. Wilson, ti. f .jj. o, fclearfield. Pa. kThe experience and testimony 01 ch women as Mrs. Wilson prove that jydia E. Pmkham s v egetable Com- lound will correct sucn troumes Dy emoving the cause and restoring the vstem to a normal condition. When I uch sympfoms develop as backache, hearing-down pains, displacements, lervousnessand tne Diues a woman vannotarttooDromntlvintryincrLydia p. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Rev. J. A. Lawrence, Pastor Congrega tional Church 11 Years, Resigns. At the annual meeting of the Congre gational church, recently held, the fol lowing olfieerH were elected for the en suing year: Clerk, Oliver K. Burgess; treasurer, Willard P. Townsend; dea cons for five years, Richard H. Biu'on and Marshall A. Carpenter; business committee, Richard H. Bacon, Henry W. Burbank and Rachel Comstock; chorister, Mrs. Richard H. Baon; trus tee for five years, Marshall A. Carpen ter; executive committee, serving with pastor and deacons, Mrs. John M. Corn stock, Mrs. Leslie II. Bohonon and Mrs. Stanley C. Wilson. At this meeting, the resignation of Rev. John A. Lawrence, pastor for the pa.st 11 years, was pre sented and accepted, to take effect on April 1. Attorney Lyle R. Beckwith, who has been seriously ill with jaundice for nearly two weeks, is improving rapidly and will be able to be at lns olliee again in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Carey have sold about 15 acres of their pasture land to Marshall A. Carpenter, it be ing a part of the Albert Allen farm, so-called, which joins the Martin Car penter farm on the west hill, now owned by Marshall Carpenter. Frank A. Libby returned recently from Ludlow, where he had been visit ing friends and old acquaintances. Misses Blanche Townsend and Corne lia Ingram, who spent two weeks, cov ering the. holiday, with the former's parents, .Mr. and -Mrs. w. r. lownsenu, nave returned 10 e.w urn v. uy. A sou, Cecil James, was born Dec. 20 to .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horton, who re side on the 1'arizo farm on the west hill. The latest information relating to our electric light situation is that the . " , , , . .. ,, . . (work on the line liotwern here and A. . Lawrence of Springfield, state j Smah RovflIton W(uld lu, vommcw-od turer of the prange, arrived hi South : 0,, t,ial ,.. oyalton Saturday afternoon and went ; ;plt w'u, ,ike, tllrt (1 be. i. to Lust Barnard, where he installed flvi . ,if . . T. ;,,.. ie newly-elected officers of East Rar-.-in ,.,,: fr,m, . ,,, ittiv ard grange that evenng. source, should irive our citizens courage The body of Mrs. Austin, mother ot . , h.,v.v. ti,t; .,, l;,ri.r ia frB 4..i: r ti .. ...... ..... f ih.uk rtiisi ni oi i umit iuc, " ,fr n, )k Mr fiitnw rought here from Boston for burial in M K d , ikerninn returned last unhridge, Saturday afternoon. we,,k from ()lMiam. N. Y.. where he Edward Hope has-bought out the . , , visit w .lunrrhter MU owe meat market in this village and ijlZZj,. Tucker " gan business .Monday morning. The Oiclsea hif,h basketball The regulur meeting of Ythite River j tam went tl) xorthfield last Friday evening and played the Xorthtield high, the game resulting in a victory tor the Nortlificld team, score 42 to 3. RANDOLPH SOUTH ROY ALT ON A BAD WRECK of the con stitution may follow in the track of a disordered system. Don't run the risk! Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery remedies dis orders and affections duei-o im pure blood or inactive livur. The germs of disease circulatehrough the blood; the liver is fie filter which permits the germ to enter or not. The liver active, and the blood pure, and you escape dis ease. When you're debilitated, weight below the standard, the "Discovery" builds up the body. A man by the name of Norton, em ployed by A. B. (iay, met with a seri ous accident on Sunday, while trying to jump on a passing train. He missed his hold and was thrown under llie cars, and cunr leg was cut off, above the knee, and the other just above the an kle. It happened not fur from the Brig hn. creamery, and the help there heard his cry, and went to his assistance. A team was at hand, and the sled was fixed as best they could and the man placed thereon and takwi to the sana torium. No blame is attached to any body us it wan simply the case 'of his misi-ing his hold, and he whs thrown under the wheels. Mr Norton lost his wife about a year ago and has two chil dren which are being cared for by a housekeeper and they live near the can NORTH MONTPEL1ER Carl Shelds of Barre was a week end visitorwif Burton Holt. Mr. and M- Ktwsell Collins at tended tho grange meeting at Kast Calais Thursday evening. Thel ocal basketball team defeated the Plainfield team here Saturday night, by a score of .14 to 28. Miss Grace McKinstry is home from her school in Cabot, sick. Miss Annie Coughlin of Graniteville is at Mrs. FA Pitkin's.' Mrs. Arthur Holt went ' to Barre City hospital for treatment last week. Mr. Holt accompanied her. Enos Hopkins and Charles Balentine of Calais were in town on business last week Thursday. Mrs. Jerrv Bvron and Mrs. Dennis Grav were in Barre last week Thurs PLA1NFIELD Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cate of Calais were visitors at Herbert Cate's Sunday. "Joe" Holies of Blackriver, N. Y., is , visiting his father, George Bulk's. i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Page were in ' Montpelier iiday. I The students returned to their sever al schools Monday, after a Christmas vacation of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Holt were called to Middlesex last week by the death of i ther brither-in-law, Henry Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. James Loveland of j Marslifield recently spent a few days ! with Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Lyman. I Carbee's pictures at the opera house, I Plaintield, Jan. 14, Holiart Bosworth in ' "Behind the Door," the strongest and ! most gripping tale of revenge ever told llllie. j f1. Kur1!n(f li.iiiwo U'liiTn Afra Tlnlf td Mrs. Houston and Miss Harris of in the hospital ange will be held Friday night and Die newlv-elected officers will be in- alled by F. W. Howland, past master the Pomona. ) Mr. Horace Whitney's daughter, who im to visit her mother, was taken se- ously ill last Saturday. The South Kovalton board of trade. sisted by the South Kovalton band, ive a minstrel show Wednesday night Knight's opera house. The ladies hud sale of useful articles, also. The pro- eds were for the town clock, which is be placed in the Congregational tinrch. Miss Margaret Coutermarsh returned Lebanon, V 11., Sunday, niter spend- g three weeks at her home here. Mrs. Charles Stoddard, who has been opping with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin toddard, returned to her school work indav. WJiitney brothers of Tunbridge are esising hay at Mark Lovejoy's and red Howland's. I Ralph Hibbard returned to Spring-' Id, Mass., Monday. NORTH CALAIS Qfme one, come all, to the nias()ue de ball, Jan. 14 a Memorial hall. me, bov, and don't forget your girl. ysters will be served. Prizes given as ual. adv. PAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS at Less Meat If You Feel Backachy or Have Bladder Trouble. Meat forms uric acid which excites d overworks the kidney in tjieir ef- rts to filter it from the system.' Reg- ar eaters of meat must flush the kid- V occasionally. You must relieve em like vou relieve your bowels; re- ving all the acids, waste and poison, e vou feel a dull miserv in the kjd- y region, sharp painft in the back or k headache, dizziness, your stomach ur, tongue is coated and when the ather is bad you have rheumatic' inges. The urine is cloudy, full of diment ; the channels often get irri- ted, obliging you, to get up two or ree time during the night. To neutralize these irritating acids d flush off the body's urinous waste about four ounces of Jad Salts m any pharmacy; take a tablespoon- i in a glass ot water before break - t for a few days and your kidneys II then act line and bladder disorders appear. This famous salts is made nn tho acid of grapes and lemon ee, combined with lithia, and has en used for generations to clean and mulate sluggish kidneys and stop 11 r .. . . ' uiirr imianon. ,iai .aitu is inex- nive; harmless and makes a delight. effervescent hthia uater drink which llions of men ami women take now then, thus avoiding serious kidnev bladder diseases. Adv. asiest Way to Remove Ugly Hairy Growths (Beauty Cntturc) Here in a method for removing hair m arms, n-k or face that is nnfail- L' and is quite inexpensive: Mix a ck ft with Rome powdered dola le and watr and spread on hairv rfaee. After two or thrre minutes, nib off, wash the skin and "very truce t,f r ha vanished. No bnrm or incon nience result from this treatment. t, be careful to pet genuine dilatone 1 mix fresh. Adv. Miss Hazel l-'landers recently enter tained as her guest Miss Doris Davis, a former teacher in the high school here, who is now teaching in Derby, j William Sprague was in Barre City Tuesday, Jan. 4, to attend the annual ; meeting of the board of directors of the .Granite Mutual Insurance company. Mrs. Sprague accompanied him and visited relatives in the city during the day. Miss Leone M. Thorne went recently to Barre to assist in earing for hercous. in, Mrs. Harry Wilder, who is recover ing from a serious illnes-. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Martin and son, Needham, who have been guests of At torney and Mrs. M. C. Taift, have gone to New York City, where they will spend the winter before returning to their home in Nashville, Tenn. Glenn Kennedy, who recently finished work in the bobbin shop, is working for John Druge. Judge and Mrs. Stanley C, Wilson re turned Saturday from Montpclier,where they had been in attendance at the opening of the legislature. Halo K. Darling and Millward C. Taft left early last week to take up their duties in the legislature as repre sentative and seeretury of the Senate, rtsM3otiveIy. , Mrs. Kuniee A. Lewis has been ap pointed as;-is-ta.r.t in the town library to fill the vacancy caused by the resig nation of Mrs. Ned A. Griflin, who had served in that capacity for several years. John K. Larrabee, after several numths' vacation, has returned to work in the bobbin shop. At the annual meeting of the Chel sea fire district, held Monday evening, Jan. 3, the following officers were elect ed for the year: Moderator. Leon K. j Grant ; clerk. O. Fay Allen; collector of i taxes, Ion K. Grant; prudential com-' niittee. O. Dickinson Tra'V, William W. j Underbill and Percy P. Heath; chief engineer, George A. Tracy; first assist ant, William W. Underbill; second a-, sistant. Nelson V. Betts. The indebt-l ednesv of the district has been reduced I :i2t during the past year, leaving the ! debt of the district now at $.V0. A tax of '2" cents on the dollar of the grand I list of the district, was voted at this! meeting. The annual meeting of the Chelsea camp of Modern Woodmen was recent-I Iv held, when the following otlicers were elected: Consul, Krnest M. Young; ad viser. Ned A. Grillin; escort. Charles R. Dnrkee; banker, A. T. Marshall; clerk, Leon K. Grant; watchman, Charles V.. Dickinson: sentry, J. Olin Perkins: camp physician, Dr. A. T. Marshall; past consul, J. Oliver Per kins. The first annual meeting of Lady Washington chapter, No. Hti, Order of Katern StHr, wa held Tuesday eve ning, Jan. 4, when the following offi cers were elected ,for the ensuing year: Worthy matron. Mary A. Griffin; worthy patron, George F. Flint ; asso ciate matron, Grace L. Storv: con- ROCHESTER The talc mills have shut down for a few weeks. Miss Evelyn Harvey is at home from Windsor If nil sanatorium, Bethel, for a few weeks. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eells, Dec. 28. E. II, Edgerton was in Montpelier recently, to attend a meeting of the Vermont Bar association. Representative II. H. Cushman went to Montpelier Monday. Sixty couple attended the New Year's ball in Pierce hall. Hayes' orchestra furnished music and a fine time is re ported. Mrs. F. F. Kezer visited friends in Montpelier and Barre last week. P. C. Tinkham is ill with erysipelas and has a trained nurse. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Misses Dorothy and Etta Williams of Orange, N. J.," and Mr. and Mrs. William Moore of Demont, N. J., have lieen spending the holidays at the Rochester inn. Staff Sergeant Brinkley E. Callicott of Harrison, Ark., and Miss Ellen Chaf fee of Rochester were married in Wash. ington, I). C, Dec. 25. After a wedding trip, they will reside in , Washington. Sergeant Callicott has served in the regular army nine years and was in France two years. At present he is sta tioned at Camp A, A., Humphreys, Va. wonderfully produced; holds audience i ning factory It is one of the hardest ' j. ' i,u;nl,.. ;Rpellbound; also a one-reel magazine eases that has happened here in a long trs prp(j jjttlo is having charge of I picture. Every one of the pictures that . we snow are oig specials, omission, ) 20c and 30c, plus war tax. adv. Northfield arrived here on Monday aft. j Burton Holt is spending a few days ernoon to install the otlicers ot rem, in Bane. Rebekah lodge. In the evening the in- j Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Mann of Calais stalling officer of the Odd Fellows ar- were at Leon Ellis' recently, rived and tho installHtion wns a ioint Tim Dm eeremonv. after which there was a sun-' "The IWrnr" in MnrshficlH. this week i "T, Erne Biltehelder of Barre, Alson per served by the joint orders. During Saturday night; proceeds for repairing the stay of the installing officers Mrs. the church here. Houston and the installing marshal,1 Mrs. Foster Dw has returned to Miss Harris, were the guests of Abbie her home in St. Johnsbury. She has F. Clarke, j been staying with Mrs. Lewis Coburn Mrs. Ruth Scott Chambers and her , f'"- f'w weeks, two little daughters left Monday mom- j Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bntton of Cal ing for Florida. They were jiccompan-! is entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wesley iiv ir o w a. far it.w. I Beniamiii last Sunday. ton and Mr. Chambers "was exiiected to ' Harold Nye of Maiden. Mass., called meet them at Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon of Dover, N. H., U T,uUerfield of Mont- Mru to io ii lor a lew uuvs wiin .or, 1 and Mrs. Henry Bag ley and other rela The funeral of Will J. Shorey was ' held in the M. E. church last Tuesday i i afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. A. W. Hew- : ! it. t ofliatiiir'. The bearers were Frank The Dramatic club gives its plav.i Shorey and Harry hhorey or Montpci- Smith, Earl Iiurtlejrt and Dan Hudson jr., of this town. There were many beautiful floral tributes The Odd Fel lows attended in a body and held serv ices at the grave. Burial was in the village cemetery. All the members of the Mothers' club who could be present spent a very pleasant dnv with Cora Perry on Thurs day last. There were 12 members and !on relative and friends here in town several children present. It was the Do You Know a Baby Sick With Constipation Tell the mother to give half a teaipoon (ul of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. NO thoughtful mother with children in the nouse will risk being'without a good, reliable laxative. It will save many a serious illness, many a doctor's visit. When the baby cries and is fretful, when the boy has no appetite and won't play, wheu tne girl is listless and fever ish, when there are complaints of headaches and colds, the mother can suspect constipation. Give Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin in the small dose prescribed on the bottle, when you put the child to bed, and with morning the ailment will have disappeared, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a popular compound of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin and pleasant-tasting aromatics. It acts gently and mildly, and children TDVT fTOITir take it without objection. A sixty-cent i t I II rixILC bottle is enough to last an average fam- S;nd me your name and ad- ily many months. The ingredients are dress and 1 will send you a free endorsed in the U. S. Pharmacopoeia, tried btle of my Syrup Pepsin. and last year American mothers bought Address me Dr. W. B. Cold- over eight million bottles of Dr. Cald- wll, 513 Washington Street, well's Syrup Pepsin from druggists. It Monticello. Illinois. Every. is the largest selling liquid laxative in body now and then needs a the world, andfew cautious families are, laxative, and it is well to know ever without it. the be Write me today. 1 'ft pelier came home last week to at- live. Airs, dordon will be better known , ,, . T r vi iu ti,,,..,i.,.. lirill HI, IJ, 1'. Wni ,1,11 j as Ilallie Dukette, daughter of Mr. and nipht. Mrs. C. E. Joslyn, who is ill at present. WATERBURY HANCOCK Mrs. G. K. Church is not so well and has a trained nurse from Burlington. E. L. Martin, representative, went to Montpelier Monday. Mrs. Lloyd Church went to the Mary Fletcher hospital Wednesday for treat ment. Amos Mnxham of Bristol was in town recently. John Baxter of Newport, R. I., has been a recent guest at Rons (Jood year's. Misses If ut h and Marjorie Dowdell and Arthur Dowdell were in South Roy- altou for a few days recently. David Faton has returned to his school in Tilton, N. H. Mips Beatrice Manning visited her sister, Mis. Clyde Campbell of Gran ville, last week. The students of the R. H. S who had spent the holidays at their homes here, returned to Rochester Monday. Arthur IeBar is on the sick list. Phyllis, onlv daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (i. It. Fair, was united in marriage to Quartermaster Robert K. Rusell at Bethel Dec. .'11. Mr. Ruell is in the aviation iiorps, stationed at Kockaway beach, Ing Island, N. V. Mr. and Mrs. Russell went to Vergennes to visit Mr. Russell's parents. ... . . iuiveue, ,oi many ,,. a, hnmf, omonst ration meeting resident here. heM flt fhp hllH ,iat wppk Wp,,nPl. Miss Winifred Richmond went to 'day was well attended and the ladies Royalton on Monday for a visit with w,0 ,an dress forms made were well Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Laird. ; pleased with them. There will be an- Mrs. E. E. Neill went to South Roy ' other meeting in February. alton Monday to visit her daughter, I John King of ftodard seminary was a weeK-emi visitor in town. Thomas Carroll of Montpelier has been a recent visitor of his sister, Mrs. Van Bennett. Mr. Carriiran of Burlington and Mr. Bripss bf Montpelier were in town last week Wednesday to attend 'the Community club meeting of the farm bureau, held at the hall here. The Poplar Hill Cemetery associa tion met at L. D. Coburn'n last Thurs day eveninjr. It was voted at the an nual meeting, held in the summer, to raise a permanent fund for the im provement and upkeep of the ceme tery. As a result, there has Is-en 1,000 given, and it was voted at the meeting to place it in the Capital Savings hank. It is to act go a trus tee to the fund. Any others wishing to contribute to the fund can do so by eommunicatimr with Mrs. Ruth But- While a team belonging to Shepaid son &, Berry of Richmond was loading shavings at the millif the Duxbury Lumber company at North Duxbury on Monday, the horses took a sudden start and in turning towards the rail road track the reach was broken, so with only the front wheels attached they ran on the track, through the railroad bridge and went down the bank at the north end of the bridge on the Bolton iside into a wire fence. The horses were uninjured. Another accident in which a dou ble team figured, was when in going1 to the creamery Sunday with Ins milk. 'Wesley Haves met the double team with cans going on the Moretown I terfleld, 1 Winter street, Montpelier, trip and drhcit- by two young lads, or Charles Little and Mrs. Lewis Co- who. it is said, did not turn out, and bum. North Montpelier. The first meeting of the class in home nursing was held with Mrs. Clark Spaulding last Thursday eve ning, with Mrs. Van Bennett as in structress. There were eleven ladies present, a few more to come into the lass ' the next meeting. The next MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative the hore driven by Mr. Haves was pushed down and sleigh broken. The right of way of teams seemed tt be in dispute. Dr. W. II. Wright, who ha come to the Vermont st hospital for the in- nate of the medical college at Bur- meeting "t. ,Rt Mr' Hr lington in 1012. having prepared by 1 v weok nlRV Satur- nrivate tutorimr in Massachusetts. He "a.v- had four years of practice in Georgia, Vt., and 'four and one-half years inj Franklin, from whence he came here. ! He left a tine practice and is heartily & g At welcomed to the medical staff of the hospital. His family will not move here until later. Mrs. A. H. Morse has leen off duty at the hospital for a few days because of illness. The Daughters of Isalclla will haxe a card party at tli" K. of C. hall n Thursday evening, to which all are in vited. Mr. Edwin F. Palmer of I'nion street is confined to the house with bronchitis. Mrs. B. R. Demeritt and Mrs. K. A. Stanley attended the meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution st the home of Mrs. Heaton in Mont pelier Saturday, at which the wives of the governor and lieutenant gover nor were guests of honor. Mrs. Stan ley and Mrs. Demerit t were guests of Jiidee and Mrs. Weeks for supper at the Pavilion. Mr. and Mrs. William n. Parks have returned from a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives in Tioonderog and Tilens Falls. N. V. The basketball team of the high school goes to Burlintrton Friday night, where it meets Burlington high. Charles D. Swasey of the I'nion Granite Co. has returned from a busi ness trip to Massachusetts cities. W. H. B. Perry, ho has been suf fering with a hard cold, is much im proved. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Irish and Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Irish returned Satur day night from I'nderhill. Mrs. Dan iel Irish will remain for a short time, MARSHF1FLD Come and see "The Doctor" by the North Montpelier Dramatic club, Jan. !.", in Pythian hall. adv. (Bssds Bsllrf tail w IN A TUBE For Rheumatism A FREE TRIAL Send address and rot! will receive a ftoort iird sample tube of J ELL FORM " Rsdwiy's Rmdr kehef without any additional cost to vou. RADWAY&CO, 208 Center Street. New York Rmdmat't RmmJy Rititt LIQUID In Boulra JELLFORM In Tuba 35c, 70c annual election of officers and the fol lowing were elected to serve the com ing year: President, Bes-sie Farnliam; vice-president, Myrta dimming; secre tary and treasurer, Sarah Baldwin; program committee, .Mildred Page; re porter, Alice Batehelder; amusement committee, Lucile Flood, Alice Batehel der, Mildred I'age, A nice Bartlett. The next meeting will be held with Mildred Page Thursday forenoon, Jan. 27. Let lis have A. frnod n 1 1 ctwlunce Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Silver were in Poston Transcript, Montpelier Monday. Miss Ruth Greeley has returned to her school at Brnttleboro. Mr. anil Mrs. John Henderson were in Montpelier Monday. Mrs. Earl Bartlett was in Montpel ier Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Shorev and Dav id Spicer of Montpelier were in town I l uesuay to attend tne tuneral or win J. Shorey. Miss Ethel Bemis of Montpelier was in town Monday. Fred L. Page of Barre spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Baldwin. The village people were suddenly awakened Wednesday morning about 3 o'clock by many phone calls, the bell ringing, etc., the cause' living a fire in K. W. Pace's blacksmith shop, which burned to the ground in about an hour after the fire wa discovered. The build ing and ejurjnient were a complete loss, except some insurance, also about 20 full-blooded hens, which were kept beneath the shop. C. It. Silver was in hast Calais on business the last of the week. Mrs. Arthur Townsend and Mrs. Fred (Jokey were in North Montpelier Thursday. Frank Shorey of Montpelier was in town Tueisdav to attend the funeral of W. J. Shorey. j Schools began Monday, Jan. 3, after a two weeks vacation. Ann. Ijitnphere or Calais was in town Wednesday. John Shorey of Leominster, Mass. was in town hist week, visiting rela tives. George Vincent and A. M. Cate were j in Muirt jMiii'r Thursday. Mrs. Louis Lupien was in Montpelier ; Saturday. i Clifford Batthelder is in Barre, where ) he ha employment as manager of the I . & S. armv and navy store. Kenneth Bansett has finished work jat Lanesboro and is at home. I r.dwin and iienrv i ouien were in I Barre Friday. HaroM Wells of Marshfield is board ing at George King's and attending the high school. Mr. and Mr. Henrv Cate and family of East Montpelier were at A. M. Cate's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stone of Williamstown were in town Monday evening to at tend the installation of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. Miss Beatrice Spencer is working at Will Greeley's and attending high school. Even for Charlie Chaplin. Headline "Hungry Man Steals 1200 I Charlotte Russcs." Almost a meal. WEST BROOKFIELD Ralph Davis has begun work for John Maloney. Mrs. Harriet Christopher went Sun day to East Randolph to care for Mrs. Joe Wells. Mrs. Betty Dudley is gaining slowly. The meeting Sunday evening was held at Mrs. J. W. Cntiedt's. Kill That Cold With CASCARA FOR Colds, Coughs ai iiMiiur v. AND Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for tba 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 A Successful Cigar AHOualitv m C4 ii "wii -xv vt3 --.is. Mrraynrfg Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look for the name California on the" pad.r.ge, then you are sure your ; child is having the best and most j harmless physic for the little stomach, : liter and bowels. Children iovt- its TO RELIEVE CATARRHAL DEAFNESS AND HEAD NOISES Ur.,11 4UB Villi A -rr.t ; - nr nmfW dlli'tre Mux-Indie H Durlint. tttn.', ... . - , ... .. e I Dotlie. iou musi aar vauiornm. ciate conductor, ivian Buck; secretary, Adv. Rachel Comstock; t rea-Mirer, Ada S Marshall; chaplain, Nellie D. Iinrj,.... . i . i , . marshall. Bessie M. Stanton: pianist, t Vera M. Beckwith: Ada, Ella ii. SjM-ar; ' Ruth. Uuth M. Burgess; Esther. Flor- J ence J). Allen; Martha, Marv A. Dur-1 kec; Electa. Millie S. Tracy; warder. May E. MKizer: sentinel. Guy A. Buck. Thi chapter has worked under a special disM-naUon of the grand chap ter and the new otficrrs will not he in stalled until after the next meeting of the grand chapter. I m mmrn for Tnis H T3r" r ' a m v i M WEST BERLIN is attending Miss Clara Ramdell !iwd in Moiitpr'ier. MR. OR MRS. ! DYSPEPTIC I Get rid of Indigestion and Stomach Worries with . "Pape's Diapepsin" "Kel!y d.n." '11!M' 1H put weak, disordered cver- Ihic "f Mr. an. I Mrs. K,L I jifli ' . ' s' ; ,,rd,T "reI'- .I,-w- drcn wa- quite hadiy ininrHl ahoiiu the 'come fndigiestion. dvnei'sia. e. heart faee la-t ik. w hil sliding ;wn hill, burn and sourness due t a .d fcrmcn y.T. and Mrt. F. B. Bailey were in tsti.m that j-it that make Tape's Ni.Ml.ri. d 'rft Wediie-day. j I).aiiin the larrest rlling stomach M E. M. Avers was in Mnt nelier . antau-nl and rcirulator in the world. If what you eat fernvnts and turn sour. yn b-li h irn and eructte undigeted Vi T hnV or"' h, rnJZ. mZ"- WnrSf .U on Mrs. L. Ls four 4rurrl and art 1 cum- ai Par-. t ooper. ? ZrJZ?i r,1,.JL!..M-. D: .""" r"'t Ust Saturday in TwhI or water; head i. d.rr.y and .. !,: ar. Take one Ubmroonful four mm j r i,f,r. A larew-fii rccrption via given to Week Only ifon Tlne&fire Where Everybody Goes Presents for To-day Only iiV" 2' 't :it & iAiit 1 i rak v,. writs' 11 3 1 . f WIIJrR0GERS"Th7strangeBiDander OLDWYS P1CTURS, Jjtranded in Chicago, Swindled, Betrayed, Jailed And He Still Kept Smiling Also SETTLED OUT OF COURT Comedy and CHESTER OUTING TO-MORRO V Mary Miles Minter in EYES OF THE HEART Adapted Erom "Blindness," By Dana Burnet I I Barre The year of 19?0, the greatest era of readjustment in history, has just ended. Good-Bye and Good Luck. We have all taken our medicine good naturedly, like regular fellows. After stock-taking we find few numbers on hand to clean out. The fol lowing is a list of prices for some of our standard numbers: Men's Heavy Ribbed Union Suits, $4.00 value, this week's price $2.75 Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Union Suits, $3.50 value, this week's price. . 2.50 Men's Canadian Wool Union Suits, $5.50 value, this week's price 4.50 Men's Sweaters, from $1.25 to $6.50 Ladies' Bath Robes, $6.98 value ; 5.50 Men's Heavy Socks, $1.25 value 75c Men's Winter Caps, at a, 20 Per Cent Reduction Besides many other numbers which we will clean out at very low prices for this week Only. If you want a real Bargain coine early to House! Opera To-night ates iusical Comedy Co. Presents Tim will oftra brine quark relief from dwtrmuna' fee4 nom. C!.wd - '" Aiics. Mr"fn la-st Iridsv eve- in rrntt with the noma, h ail stick; txnid own. fcreathmr r, ,r ri ''ig n thf I aria lmie. as she and d;stre sanishe-. It s tnilv atonih- nurua atnp droripinr inu ih ihnat. I . r three !!i,Iien are verv ssr,n to r TwhI or vater; head ia dirrv and a4'h: ' R B J B "J E Jk m s-2'is,rs;i ins oarrc Dartain btore in cr.n'att with the toma h a., I such ; U akk3 nurua tnf drtpinr inu ih ihnat. r three c'li.dien are very tw,rt to tr ; ir?!mo4 maneloiis. and the kv i ia mr tn mnn, m l:tiie and m in St ti.1re V R m I.. tl.. I . : i i i. - i. ' aaart m lak. A nrone who ram l Atmrs . 1 p'in'H-p- UJ4 rewta v litt at dnv 42 North .Main St., Barre, Vt. P. S. Few Pairs of Shoes left for $2.00 pair. JERRY If THE HARUM One Continuous Laugh From Start to Finish Also the Five-Heel Feature Picture . THE BROKEN BUTTERFLY and H. Zitcr, Prop., Tel. 730 Prices: MOLLY'S MILLIONS Comedy . , Chance of Program Daily llalcony .1c, Orchestra ."0c, Plus the Tax pwtnpdoa a tnai. A1t. an a v. Urr too. Adv.