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the BARRE DAILY TIMES, ' BAR11E. VT.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, Just try as aood as LaTouraine Coffee 40 cent per Yt pound canister STOWE George Fowler Died at Mary Fletcher Hospital Sunday. (Jeoiffo K. Fowler died at noon Stin dny at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Burlinjrton, after a long illness with Bright' diseaHC. Mr. Fowler was a re tired merchant of Framinjrham, Mass. He was horn June 17, 1H01, and was married in earlv life to Miss Ada Boyn ton, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. ,T. ,T. Boynton of Framinghain, who, with one son, Clarence Fowler of Fram ingham, survives him. In 1!10, Mr. and Mrs. Fowler built a bungalow at "The Knoll." near this vil lage, which was Mrs. Fowlers native town, and here they have since passed the summer, coming as early and stay ing as late in the season as practicable aid entering into the community life in a hearty, helpful way. During lucid mo ments at the hospital this winter, Mr. Fowler had looked forward to coming noon to Stowe, where he hoped all would be well with him again. His death, in the prime of life, is regis tered by a host of friends in Stowe, who feci sincere sympathy for Mrs. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler had been in Burlington since August. Mrs. Fowler has also been a patient at the hospital since Jan. 1, but has been ale to pass most of the time at Mr. Fowler's bed side. Her sister, Mrs. C. K. Dunaven of Framingham, has been with her the past week. News of the death of Hiram M. Mott of Syracuse, X. Y., was received here Sunday. Mr. Mott, who was about 70 years of age, leaves his wife, formerly Miss Ellen Towne of Stowe, and a son. In the early seventies, Mr. Mott pub lished The 'Stowe Journal here and later he published The Brandon Union in Brandon. He afterwards became a lawyer and has lived at Champlain, N. Y., St. Albans and for several years at Syracuse. Mrs. Mott has been a great invalid for many years. " The subject of an able sermon by Kev. C. K. Hayward at the Community church Sunday morning was "The Beauties of the Bible," the sermon be ing the last of a series on the Bible. The singing was led by Mrs. II. V. Barrows, Mrs. T. A. Douglass and C. A. Riley, with solos by Mrs. Douglass and Mrs. Riley. There were 14.1 pres ent at Sunday wlool. In the evening, the first of a'seni of teacher training lasses was held, the topic of discussion being "What is teaching?" I'he next meeting will be hold fron4 to 5 oclock Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Mertic Raymond, when the study of the Bible will be taken up. The course promises to be very interesting and helpful and all are cordially invited. A. R. Straw and ll. S. Mathews of Mansfield Mountain grange attended the funeral of Julius H. Mudyett in Morristown Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riley were called Sunday by the sudden death of Mr. Rilev's cousin. Charles (ioddard, Mrs. Riley remaining. Miss Lois Riley has been ill several days. Mrs. A. A. Kmery, who has been here on account of the illness and death of her father, S. V. Barrows, returned to St. Albans Monday. Douglass V Barrows of the I'niversity of Vermont passed the week end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. VV. Bar rows. H. A. Warren of Moscow, who has liecn ill from the effects of a hard cold and who was worse Friday, was better Monday. The lecturer' program at the meet ing of Mansfield Mountain grange Sat urday evening included recitations by Miss" Nellie (ieorge and J. F. Campbell, a solo by Mrs. Myrtle McCarthy, a re port of the state grange session by A. R. Straw. Lewis Latoiiche and Mrs. McCarthy were . appointed to investi gate the establishment of a canning kitchen. The master, C. E. Bellows, nd Mrs. Myrtle McCarthy were ap pointed captains of two degree teams. E. W. Bayne had his right arm caught in a circular saw while work ing at A. J. Houston's Saturday. A gash three inches long in the elbow re quired two stitches to cloe and will prevent any use of the arm for the present. A deputy from the internal revenue otlice will be here Feb. 7 and H to as sist people in making out income. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative T Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only- look for the. name California on the package, men you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physio for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children iovo its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must aajr "California." Adv. ROXBURY Mrs. John Beck of Montpeliiw gave her last lesson of the series to the nurses' training class last Tuesday aft ernoon. She served the classes punch, cake and wafers. ' Alden Richardson of Braintree visit ed relatives on Cram hill over the week end. Frank DutTany, who is working at Rice's mill, was at homo in North field over Sunday. The auditors are meeting this week, beginning Tuesday, at the town clerk's office. Mrs. Pike of Montpelier was here for the day Saturday. Mrs. E. Coodenough went to North field Monday to assist Mrs. Henry Webster for a few days. M. Barney of the Barney Marble works was at the quarries Friday in the interest of the company. Judge '.. S. Stanton was in Mont pelier part of last week on business. J. W. Howe and J. B. Kidder were in Montpelier Thursday night to attend the reunion and banquet of the mem bers of the 10(18 legislature. E. Downs and Mrs. Marguercte Orif fith, who have been spending the past few weeks at the home of their sister, Mrs. B. W. Boyd, have returned to their home in Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Unticdt of West Brookfield were guests at the heme of jj. W. Howe Sunday afternoon. .Mrs. iteorge rtacon whs a rri-cni is itor of her daughter in Barre. Lester York was in Northlield one day recently. Mrs. Morris Herlihy was out from Northlield to spend the week end with her aunt, Mrs. B. P. Bianchard. D. B. Howe and nephew, Mellen Howe, the latter of the weather bureau office in Northfield, drove out Sunday afternoon and called on relatives in this place. Next Sunday a communion service and reception of members at the church will occur in connection with the usual service in the morning. The usual observance of the anni versary of the organizing of Christian Endeavor societies, or Christian En deavor day, which was last Sunday, will be carried out here next Sunday evening, in order to give more time for the preparation of a program. A spe cial effort is ts'ing made to make it an especially interesting meeting. There is to be sjiecial music and other special articles are in the preparation. Mrs. Harry Wiggin of Xeedham. Mass., came Saturday to spend a few days at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. A. Averill, and to see her grand mother. Mrs. Waining. who is ill. R. Blast ridge of Northrleld was a business visitor here Monday. Mr. F. C. Bich was in NorthrMd Monday on business. PREFERRED TO DIE. IN PRISONj Sarah Wickoff, Exonerated; of Murder Charge, Re-fused Pardon HAD CHANCE TO GO FREE FIVE TIMES Woman Has Just Died in State Prison at Ral- eigh, N. C. FIRST DANCE IN 42 YEARS. Oklahoma Congressman-elect Attended It at Muskogee. Muskogee. Okla.. Feb. I. Miss Alice Robertson, Congress woman-elect, has attended her first dance since IS"!. She is the daughter of a pioneer missionary nd a church worker, but she went to the American I-gion dance last night to show a local minister where her heart is. "lie said. The minister re cently assailed the Legion for passing S resolution condemning Sunday blue taws. ,AUT0 AND TRAIN COLLIDED. Joseph Gokey't Fori Badly Damaged at St. Albans. St. Albans. Feb. 1. A Ford touring car, owned and driven by Joseph (Jokey of l,aclle street, collided with a pas senger train on the Richford branch of the Central Vermont railroad at the Alden street crossing Saturday morn ning. Mr. I inker narrowly escaped se rious injury, the front end of his car was badly djmaged. one wheel and one mudguard were smashed and the frame was tw isted. Mr. (iokey did not hear the train and did not see it lie cause of the Standard Oil company building, until he wa a few feet from the iTOssing. He stopped, hut not in time. Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 1. -Sarah Wick olT, 70 years old, is dead to-day in the state prison, after 42 years' imprison ment, during which she five times de clined a pardon from as many gover nors and after she had lived to learn that a death bed confession had com pletely exonerated her of the charge for which she was sentenced. Forty-two years ago she entered the prison to serve a life sentence as the convicted accomplice in the murder of her husband, Wesley Wickoff, in Alex ander county, in the mountains of North Carolina. Tho convicted princi pal, a negro, was banged. Three years ago from the mountains cam word that a death bed confession had ab solved the woman. Then, for the fifth time, she refused a pardon, explaining that she was being treated well, that time bad shattered all her relations with her family in the mountains and that she preferred to spend her last days amid surroundings she had learned to know wel KEW PRESIDENT OF CLARK UNIVERSITY Dr. Wallaca Walter Atwood Was In augurated at Worcester, Mass., To-day. Worcester, MaSs., Feb. 1. Seventy five educational institutions of the east and middle west sent representa tives to the exercises attending the in auguration of Dr. Wallace Walter At wood, as president of Clark university to-dav. President Atwood, who has oc cupied chairs of geology and physiog raphy at the University of Chicago and Harvard university and for many rears has been connected with the United States geological survey, in his inaugural address announced that here after (lark university would special ize in the providing of facilities for the study of geography in its broad est sense. Pointing out the need of a thorough knowledge of geography in connection with commercial and industrial prob lems, he said: "We shall offer to teachers, to men entertaining large business enterprises especiall international trade and to all thoso who wish to enter consular or dipplamtic service, special facilities in the study of geography. We must look forward to the developing an institu tion which will le a great bu renu of information regarding the present conditions in this and distant lands. We shall welcome special stu dents, explorers and authors, who wish to make Hark university library their headquarters while they are preparing manuscripts for publication. "This nation has close.l the period of isolation and become one of the jreat world powers. We must from now on have at our command a knowl edge of the geography of the world." The exercises were opened with in hi? Rev Maxwell Savaire. President Charles If Thurber of the board of trustees told of the founding of Clark university by Jonas (iilman Clark as an institution of advanced study and research and of the provi sion' in his will for the founding of (lark college with a separate faculty tioiis young men who needed a college training." Dr. Thurber said that with the pass in vears the line of demarcation be tween the two institutions had heeunit nation of President (i. Stanley Hall of the university "that he might ne treasures oi seiiomrMiip mm n--,-ni, iwrno, puiv, "' , , m.l of President Edmund C. Sanford new, rich, fadeless colors, jlruggist lias . . . ... 1.:.. I,. , J KA.. The Best Cough Syrup is llome-maae. Here's an eiwiy way to save as. and yet have the Den eoiian reiuru; ruu ever tried. You've probably heard of this well known plan of making cough eyrun at home. But have you ever used it! Thousands of families, the world over, feel that they could hardly keen house without it. It's simp e and cheap, but the way it takes hold ol a cough will soon earn it a permanent place in your home. Into a pint bottle, pour 2'2 ounces of Pinex; then add plain granulated sugar syrup to till up the pint. Or, if desired, use clarilied molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way, it tastes good, never spoils, and gives you a full pint of better cough remedy than you could buy ready-made for three times its cost. , , , ; , . It is really wonderful how quickly this home-made remedy conquers a cough usually in 24 hours or less. It seems to penetrate through every air passage, loosens a flry. hoarse or tight cough, lifts the phlegm, heals the membranes, and gives almost im mediate relief. Splendid for throat tickle, hoarseness, croup, bronchitis and bronchial asthma. Pinex is a highly concentrated com pound of genuine Norway pine ex tract, and has been used for genera tions for throat and chest ailmeuts. To avoid disappointment ask yJT druggist for "y3 ounces of Pinex with directions, and don't accept any thing ele. (iuaranteed to give abso lute satisfaction or iconey refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne. Ind. GOT A DIYORGE ON HIS MONEY And Mrs. Richard Plum Says Kingdon Gould Prom ised to Marry Her IS NOW SUING HIM - FOR HALF MILLION AUSTRALIA TRAINING CHILDREN OF SOLDIERS At Least 12,000 Children Are Expected to Benefit from the Movement. ATellimirne. Fch. 1. The Australian government has undertaken to educate the children of Australian somicis killed or totally incapacitated in the World war. At least 12,0(10 children are expected to benefit. . The plan covers the whole range of the educational curriculum, in indus trial, agricultural and professional courses, together, where necessary, with period of apprenticeship and a stiiwidy by way of sustenance while undergoing such training. A fund of approximate ly $l,")00,000 is on hand, which includes a grant from the federal government of $4,0(10,000 and a transfer from the repatriation trust fund of approxi mately $tt.-U,00(. i-arge contributions are assured from other sources. GRAVEST TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE Turkish Peace Treaty So Characterized in India. Nagpnr, India, Feb. 1. The Turkish peace treaty was characterized as "the greatest travesty of justice, a monu ment of hypocrisy and the blackest breach of solemn pledges" by Dr. Ansar in his address as president at the an nual session of the all India Moslem league. He demanded its revision which, he declared, there seemed little doubt was being seriously considered by the allies. , "The speaker (enounced "the horror' of the Punjab reign of terror" find sup ported the non-cooperation movement in progress among the natives as a pro test against British rule. "There is a divine injunction to Mus sulmans to practice non-eooperat ion against the opponents of Islam," said Dr. Anar. "There appears to be a deadlock between the bureaucracy and the people of India which is entirely be cause India has awakened to a keen sense of self-respect and is determined no longer to submit to a secondary po .Hi, ,n u)u.rin the bureaucrat is still thinking in obsolete terms of inir with the mailed fist. "In order to win the cooperation of the eopIe of India our alien-friend must rlr-"t of all disabuse their minds of the idea of race supremacy anil do ample penance for pt wrom'." is" still goveirt- DIAMOND DYES. ., . i ..:i.i: I nil using Hie same ihiiiiiuik mm v.aa a.,ed bv the same trustees "to make Barre Women Can Now Dye Old, Faded easier the road lor wormy aim mmn Garments, Draperies, Anything. Buy "Diamond Dyes." noilhcr kind, then perfect results are goa,rati- L Bach package ot "Diamomi wyes con fainter and that the simultaneous res- tHj Dimple directions to diamond dye mrn thnhliv skirts. WHlsI-. Uie-s,-s. coats, glove stockings, sweaters, dra- ,. r for Tinlilii-ntuii: his accumulated I twrie. coverinus. everything, w hether ...... , i... ' . . :..,.i lioiarsnip ami rccan-u i wool, siik, mih-m, ii" ii I goods r" uty Real Lemon Pie or Chocolate All the ingredients come in trie package- Simply add water, cook a little, and t.il your pie. Lemon Tie contain the mtrar, egg yolk, powdered TTilk. com starch and tapioca. The lemon essence derived from lemon peel tomts in bottle. In a qi-ick. easy way it makes the tnoit d el ictou lemon pie. Ls for pudding and cake f.Viivst too. So ith J.fTy Chocolate Tie. Yon will never make these pies in the old Jow way when yon, once try JifTy-Fse. .k your grocer. Made by the makers of Jiffy-Jell of the college to return to his profes-J Color Card. Adv ... .... . , !-! sional unties resulted in me oecisioir to bring the two under a single head. "The history of education in Ameri ca." he said, "records many curious and interesting events, but nowhere does it mention an intano- where one man at the same moment has been inaugu rated the second president of a uni versity, the third president of n col lege and the first president of both." President Atwood m installed by f'hief Justice Arthur P. Bu;b of the Massachusetts supreme court. Ad .Intiavi fnllnn-pd h- Willism .1. Hi''ein- nn on liehalf of the students anil byjj i larcnce I . rMiro'l lr uir wiiini.it. Dr. William H. Burnham. bringing the greetings of the faculty, fenid the key words of (lark tinierity were "the sr'cnt'fie method, research, lib erty, indiiidual autonomy." 'Some of the wise.'lie said, "fear that the problem oi civilir.ut ion to day are too big for the human intel Wt. In recent year e have devised metal tests und an elaborate machin ery for measuring 'human intelligence, but e find alarmingly 1ttle intelli prnce to measure. To raise the meas ure of human ititellign-nee is at let a low pross. The wientific method, howewr. offers hojie for a combined 'f fensite nioement that :I1 s;:e our civ il a! i"ti." Ad.lres.e. hv President Harry I'rutt .ldon of the l'iiier-i!v of ( V. :': ' Dr Frank M wl' i f I -'in !I"iV:n university ant ;"erlH ( hsnnni'j II (ox of M-' hns : f llowo.1 and thpn President At ' delncel Ills! inaugural adlres.. STOMACH 0. K. Existence of the Suit for Breach of Promise Is Just Revealed New York, Feb. 1. Existence, of a 50(1,0(10 suit in which Kingdon flould, youngest son of (Ieorge Jay Gould, is charged with breach of promise to marry Mrs. Bicliard Blum of Arkville, N. Y'!, was disclosed to-day in a report of supplementary proceedings begun in the state supreme court. Mr. (lould appeared in court and de nied Btaiements made by Mrs. Blum, who asserted that lie employed detec tives to gather evidence on which she obtained a divorce in June, 11117. They previously had agreed, she said, to marry when she was free, and were on friendly terms until his marriage to Miss Annunziata I.ucci in July, 1017. : She further charged that he offered $10,000 to settle the case after the suit was riled several months ago, and that she re fused. The court directed both sides to sub mit all papers in the case next Satur day. J . EAST CALAIS E. E. Brown of Hardwick was a week-end visitor in town the last of the week. K. B. Dwinell wa,s home from Mont pelier seminary over Sunday. W. J. ( oates was at his home over the week end David Patterson and bride visited friends in town the last of the week. W. (. Eastman was a business vis itor in Montpelier recently. Mrs. John Slayton was a visitor in Barre on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Y'ork have gone to 'Tekin" to live in the family of H. C. (irav for the remainder of the winter. Nr. and Mrs. York are both in poor health. The sawmill in the Carnes neighbor hood, owned by George Daniels, was destroyed by fire Friday evening. The'funer'al of Mrs. Eleanor Slayton McAulay of Websterville was held in I nion church, this village, on Sunday. Uev. A. W. Hewitt of Plainfteld offi ciating. The body was taken to the Robertson cemetery for burial. Mrs. McAulay was a sister of John Slav ton of this village. She leaves many friends and rclaties in Calais. Much sympathy is felt foi the bereaved fam ily. Buy Abbott was a business visitor in Montpelier on Saturday. The annunl meetingjif the East Cal ais Co-operative Creamery company was held on Saturday, at which the following ottii'er were elected: Clerk, Ola Gray; treasurer. George E. San ders; directors, W. G. Ea-tnian. V. R. Dwinell, George Biilcin inc. D. A. George and (ieorge Wheelock. The reports show the creamery in a very flourish inn condition. Mrs. Mary Sanders is still confined to her bed. FORTIFY Your System acainst the effects of the season's chill and damp. Take the extra nourishment tlut BOVENENE The Food Tonic givei your Blood and Titmri. A bit of pre paration will arm vour and help I'M.- bodv VENT sickness. Think llwn ttL tu me a botiie tOOIfltlt. s For orff tbirtr ynn dormri ffrsrnissd rlOVIMSK ll OiI Morn tell it. ft ot. txo. a .o i:o.fcotlie. IK THX loriSlKB CO. TJ U llm-m ft. Yet Indicestion, Acidity, Sourness and Gases ended with 'Pape's Diapepsin" u- Millions, of cople know that it is nesjlrsn to be bothered with indiges tion, dvsfx-p-ia or a disordered stom ach. A few tablets of Tape's Diapep sin neutralize acidity and give relief at once. When yoirr meals don't fit and you feel uncomfortable, when you belch gasp, acids or raie sour, undigested food. When you feel fcmips of indiges tion pain, heartburn r headache, from aeid tv, just eat a tablet of Papr' )ia psiti and the stomach distress it gone. The nst is " little. The h-iotit great. Y". t. will I,.- a D ,pi p-in ei,!h''.;-; aft'rws-'l- Ad. U EST ItROOKFIEU) Mr. and Mr. J. W. I nt rdt re i- i!ts in Ri'vlmry Sun. la CORNS Lift Tight Cff without Pain Drop 1-ttV " r-rrTie" on tiar I . I'll the n,i-f..tnw to, an Vt' urn. in-t.n-'v t'. it e..rn injure his l, k iiite ld y lile -?k hurt m-. then hor:iy jon 1 ft it inr m th -;. " (r.l't -n wiib fingrr. IV'-nt hurt a Mi- lita IV.m -f l'.rtdi'"t.i ' b t. ctit Sunday t h -r grandpam t.t." Mr. j Your lt.gj'-t !! a I it ! sf and Mrs. '. E. B- mn ."Kirrii" t- r a f m.-, -n"i-- -nt Many frtTil of lh !!;. !?!! rmovr utir fcard corn. s..ft com, I r'.nd 1a Iik-w that hr i ;-,n.nj ltai Y-r !! ullnw. auiie U- - A-- DAUGHTER Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound Horiron. Wit. " My yotir.g daugh ter had boon troubled for fvrral months with back- t,v i?;Av-,3feeling in hrr VH yjjw-iny stoma "n. r-ne aiu not want anything;. to eat while M before fhe was so x n: 'Jhunrrv she could J.J hardly wait for her ilV meals. Thed.wtors 4lf "-J eve her medicine but it did not help 1 ;vr. One dr.y I was Jread;ng little book o j ours and it reminded me that when 1 wae a young r""! ' "' eral UtUes o. Lydia 1 Fir. V ham s Vegetable Compound. So the went to the drue store ard gi t a bottle, and after taking the pec-nd one she could eat anl has not hat backache sincT.. In ail the took six bottVs of it. She coes to ri;c4 and on Saturda be'; ith the h. iuew ork. Sh-; i-' a - - ial. Ooalthy pr-1 now a d we rev -r r. nd your medicine. Yoa have my permia Kn to nubi-.sh this k-tt. r as a testi monial f or the Vegetable Co rr.pound. -Mrs r iux Sr.iXHJ.KT.lMLarabee St.. Iloncon Wisconsin. J-Tother ail over the country have fond Lvdia K. Fir.kham's Vegetable CorjpiTvl to l a nvt reliable rrra- Jr fnr ckh rprwti'vTi. Why Many Women Have no Appe tite for a Meal They Them selves Have Cooked , Smoke and odor of cooking with lard and other animal fat destroy appetite "F0ST women never enjoy a A A meal they themselves have cooked, because the odors of food fried in lard and other animal fats "take the edge off the appetite." They sit down to the table and eat only a fraction as much as they should eat. Besides, these odors penetrate the house in a most disagreeable way, causing embarrassment to the refined housekeeper, and much an noyance to the neighbors. Cooking Odors Prevented by Modern Methods Modern housewives are almost entirely overcoming this. They use Mazola the New American Salad and Cooking Oil instead of old fashioned lard and other animal fats. Women who cook the tvw way sit down to the table and enjoy their food. Mazola doesn't smoke easily it can be heated so hot without burning that it crusts over the sur faces of the food, and prevents the odors from arising. This keeps fla vors in the food, making it richer, better tasting, more nutritious and digestible. , No Ban on Fish or Onions You can fry fish or onions in Mazola, and the odor will hardly be noticeable in the next room. NATIONAL STARCH CO. Salf Ftpnttntativ for Com Product! Rmfininf C. ,7 farm worth 5tret, Boom. Mm. Mr. W. A. Cafcooa. Muaaar Sixty-four pafte beautifully Hlu-Aa-L trated Corn Products Cook Book. Write Corn Products Refining Company, P.O. Box 161, New York City. So complete is this sealing effect, that even after you fry fish or on ions in Mazola, you can use the same lot for shortening the most delicately flavored cake, or the crispest, most delicious pastry without carrying the least suspicion of odor from one food to the other. This is another reason why Mazola is so much more economical. You can use it over and over again until the last drop is gone. The Health-Giving Salad with Mazola Mazola is relished by the best judges of salad oil everywhere for its wonderful richness and purity. It equals in flavor the finest impor ted Italian olive oils and at only about half the cost. Many prefer it to the finest olive oil as it blends more perfectly with other ingredients, making a firmer, smoother dressing, that keeps for weeks without separating. Mazola is sold in pint, quart, half-gallon and gallon cans. At all grocers. RANDOLPH Body of Man Slain at Brookfield Taken to Chelsea for Burial. .1, .' .'.1. . 1 ....j .. ir.l n. i ll BrooknVM on Saturday nipht ami lrouj;lit liorc charged with tho killing of (icors? Xienryyk on 1 ho. farm. r-1 maiiied in the lockup over Sunday and! i,,n,ir in,.rimu' lmd a liearinff in the I , f . oMice of J. I . Mierourne aim a - rwurds t liken to Cteli-ea ly ' Howe, hheriif. there to await trifll (it the .lime term of court. Hi father, who was away "hen the deed was com mitted, returned on Sunday niprht and a with his son here till he left for ri, ..!.. Tli.. liodv of the man whom he shot was plaeed in the undertaking rootim at t heisea amt on .winuai huried at that olaee l.y the town, lie ha vim; no relatives or friends to ap- j !. lw..li- Tim stiootill? : near 10 i-i.iim m. r. ( wa said l the n-ult of a ou irrcl lietween the two. ami h is uiuu-i -."i that the votinjl mnn claim that he did not intend to kill him. hut only to friphten him Mr. IVed. an px-ierv ice nixn. ar rived here on Monday ami held ser ii-es in the parish hoiie in the alter-) noon and cveninjf of Monday. It w; expected that lie tin to P" to the tn-i ter hut the M-arl. t fever quarantine j ... : Ml.. I mane .nai iiiipoiin.-. Dr. A. C. Bailey, who wadset ionslv ill on Saturday, whs thought to lie ,, , . .m Iv . t riii:rl Pi till oinrn tinv , afternoon of Monday dr-elopeil a tem perature wiii'h ei.u-e.l -om anvmi, hut it is hoped that lie will i"H'0 im prove. Mis IVnn of Souili Iloval-in ar rived here on" Monday afternoon to as sist in the re of the vountr f Mr. and Mr. M. P. Morse, who it i thoii:)it i iniprov injt. ftetirae Brd. urn has Wrn the jan itor at the sanatorium for several months, has finished h's work there ami went on Monday to his home in White River .Junction. Mr. and Mrs. George A. lumbar Swanton are in ton. paine se.eial days with t'i lat.cr- d.ui-bter. Mr. ( harhn Martin. Mr. IT. W. TTnlden went to .rlli fiohl Monday to viit her siter. Mr Shaw. Tiie.dav erninj her hnSn !. Ir. Hold.i.. mill joiii l'r at N.,rthfi ll. .r- he is t muke 1, flir:nl t i-i'a-tion ef the Ka-tern 'at rhptr in that pluce. A tie family from timnvdV t,T the name of I nlerii'll i- n'':njr ii.io the Moit.-n li .".c on M -r. lust. Rom-, in plu'-e of t'ie Morri-"n fjm-h. who nave Inn tk.i.j l-nr.ler th r. A. Mar-d ni i makmc ext. f. ve re puirs and in pr-.v crx n: on th- Hit--tKr of hi" st"T'. a.T m ill rn in-1l! am ke cream parl-r. It"- room i Us ir.g enlarcd. c'Vif? at"i:t tmi- Aspsnn You must say Bayer' ' Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions. Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper directions for Colds, Headache, Pain, Toothache,' Neuralgia,. Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago. Handy tin box of 12 taNeU coat but a few Larger padiagwa. ,plrln I. th. trad, mark f B.y.r ll.Bufaetorof M omcUcaclt. allcylifU To Get up in the morning tired and unref reshed, with a dull, heavy head, often amounting to headache, to feel low- St . 1 ill T II - 'i sptruea ana oiue -are sympioms oi self -poisoning by food poisons, not neu- : a. i: i i . : a i i. - i i . j kidney acting in harmony. leecham's Falls help to remove the cause of this trouble. They act gent ly and safely, but also s very effi- l&&& riVntlv. t '",?lJ Jw oohi ,f ariiii Im kB4M, 10 2 Sc.