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T1IK BAUUK DAILY TIMES, . BAIUIE, VT., - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1021.
Safety for Savings Every depositor wishes to place his savings in a bank that is sale; that is well managed ; that is strong in the character of its assets and in its reserves for the protection of depositors. t The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company in every way measures up to these requirements. For nearly fifty years its has served the people of this part of Vermont. It has al ways had capable management ; the purpose of its Trustees has always been to safe guard the interests of its depositors. With an efficient organization, a high grade of investments and reserves of unusual strength for the protection of depositors we invite the accounts of those who wish to do business with a bank which is strong and safe and which gives the kind of service which satisfies. The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Co. "The Old Bank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont. , Depository of the State of Vermont. WELLS RIVER hLi ''ZUl . ' "" 1 ' GRANITEVILLE Notice. HcyuTar meeting of brunch No. 12, (J. W. 1. U. of X. A., will be held in Miles' holl o;i Wednesday, Feb. 9, at 7 o'clock ji. in. RANDOLPH William J. Campbell gave an adeiresi before the union service at the Method ist church on Sunday evening on the Neur East, which proved very interest ing and instructive. The band orches tra was present and added much to the music and assisted tlie choir. One Rerular mcKiii of , , i T-'i , Zi 'PllnR future of the service was a gfym .Mm liaptisle d Amen- , , . wag ' ,u V' ' i ii-i'itf mi hu Am nf inn' nwii residents. oue. at I OClOCk . m. ... ...... tV ....lWi.in Member, are requcstedj tfken alter the service to attend. Ter order j mminte(, t() ab(iut $ ,-)0 in nloney, be- Lliil.l.V. . ,.:.l., 41,- ,l,lno uliirll Uiri HlilllC.I employ of A. II. (ay and may re main here indefinitely. liarney Shapiro left Monday evening for Boston. The help at the glove factory now begin work at 0 o'clock in the morn ing, thus making the hour much shorter. The quarantine i scarlet fever wan lifted at Randolph Center the last of the week, and it is understood that there in another case which has devel oped there since that time. Other cases are reported in the east part of the town also. avoid influenza by nourishing and strength ening your run-down, susceptible tissues. Take BOVININE The Food Tonic Take it as directed and avoid illness. P over thirty ytt'f doctor hive prescribed BOVININE ill drug More leil It. 6 oz. bottle, $ .70 12 oz. battle, 1.15 THE BOriNIKE CO. fj W. H.u.t.n Si. Ktm JVi 141 ff Or ' sides the pledees In the afternoon, Mr. Campbell went to liethel Gilead to attend the service vhich Mr. Moore had there and as I result, of his address $72 was given Roland (iriswoM, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Uriswold of I Saxtons River, was last week taken ill j with infantile paralysis. The family . : i r..- f.T,.- .. .,1 H. ...., vrhinh Mr Cmnnhell ' trying to raise in this vicinity. !: 1 1 The regular meeting of the W. R. C. i n held on Saturday nicht with a, nod attendance, and ft profitable meet-j n was the result. Mrs. Louise Hoi man. who Jias been for the last sev-1 nteen years the faithful secretary of j tlie corps, and who has serve, without! itupensation. was presented a cut lass dish, ill appreciation of her work l A ..tic m-nnrve for the organization. It was also the ' O- y-ll o olivi.vi list anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. lll-are lightened when she turns to nans wedding ami since inai time , fL Lf ,,:.; if V,., ,;. !iev have been residents in town ami have an extensive acquaintance. Charles Norton, who had the mis t'ortune to lose both of his limbs, while jumping on a train a month ago, is improving and it is expected that be will leave the sanatorium this week and go to his home. His son's wife, Mrs. Floyd Norton, who has been here for three weeks, left on Monday for Pittslleld, where she will pass a week, after which she may return here. Her husband, the son of Charles Norton, 1ms taken his father's place in the ence is made gloomy by weak nesses and painful disorders, she will find relief from her troubles in Dr. Pierre's Favorite Pre scription. If she's overworked, nervous, or "run-down," she finds new life and strength. It's an invigorating tonic and nervine for "woman's complaints" and weaknesses, and for young girls just entering womanhood. I Wells River High Wins from Hyde Park, 22-11. In one of the fastest games seen on the local court this winter, Wells Kiver high defeated Lamoille Central acad emy by score of 22-11. At the end of the first period the score stood 10 to 7 ! in favor of the local boys. Hood for ; Hyde Park played an excellent game, while for the .home team there was ! little choice in the work of any of j the men. Wilbur was fast in bringing the ball down the field while Morrison ii nd Cameron botylid great work at the forward positions Roberts played a whirlwind game at center and broke up a great many plays. One of the great improvements noticed was the ability of the local boya to get the ball away and the few contested balls. Only once during the entire game was the ball passed when there wasn't someone ready to receive it. It will take a strong combination to beat the boys on the local floor if they continue to play in the same manner. XV. R. II. S. L. C. A. Wilbur, rrr rf. Hood Darling, lg..., If. Terrill Roberts, c... c, Noble Cameron, rf rg, McAllister Morrison, If lg, Kneeland Baskets, Wilbur 2, Darling, Roberts, Cameron 2, Morrison 2, Noble. Mood 2, Terrill. Points from fouls, Wilbur 0, Ten-ill 3. Referee, Carlson. Timer, Smith. Scoter, Harvey. Attendance, 125. Before the game the second team de feated the Orpton high school team by n score of 33 to 3. At no time was Oroton dangerous. Their only basket was shot by Morrison in the firt pe riod. They so made one point on foul in this period. Miss Margaret Marcy of Waterford spent the week end with Mrs. George Murphy. About seventy-five couples attended the novelty ball at village hall Mon day evening. Music was irnished by Kl'arke's orchestra of seven pieces. At the recent installation of Cof. Preston Relief corps the followfiig offi cers were installed by Mrs. Flora Goss, installing oflicer: President, Mrs. Min nie Perry; senior vice, Mrs. Charleine George; junior vice, Mrs. Margaret Rrock; treasurer. Mrs .leannette Vin cent; chaplain, Mrs. Linda .Sly, con ductress, Mrs. Lulu Hinman; as sistant, Mrs. Van Dyke; guard, Mrs. Doris Ilailev: assistant, Mrs. Ad- die Waldron; secretary, Mrs. Luella Geoine; first color bearer, Mrs. Addie Perkins; second, Mrs. Inei Powers; third. Mrs. Margaret Cameron: fourth, Mrs. Lillian Kimball; press correspond ent, Mrs. Grace Adams; patriotic in structor, Mrs. Flora Gom; musician, Mrs. Addie-Carpenter. .1. V. Hale and wife are spending, a week in a much needed vacation in Boston. During their absence, Ed Hin man has charge of the t:ern. Gibson Perry, jr., the young son of Dr. Perry, is extremely sick. A con sultation of doctors was held last Fri day with Dr. Farmer of St. .Tohnlmry and Dr. Woodman. At the present time they are not jut sure what the Ifii We is but ot Monday "it was thought' that he had passed the danger stag. Miss Pearl Hinman gave on Tues day evening a miscellaneous shower to Miss Bernice Baldwin. About fifty ladies presented Miss Baldwin i iiiany useful and otherwise gifts. WAITSFIELD Obituary. . . A telephone message announcing the death, from heart failure, of Mrs. Levi S. Connor of Henniker, N. II., was re ceived here Saturday by her sister, Mrs. Alice Connor. Many will remember Ah bie L. Taylor, daughter of Seth and Luana (Banard) Taylor, who lived in the north part of this town several years. Bom in Lamoille, 111., July 30, 1851, she came, upon the death of her moth er, at the age of 12 years, to find a home and mother's care with her aunt, Mrs! Anson Fisk. Becoming a Chris tian, she united with the Congrega tional church hero and faithfully served her Master. In December, 1870, she married Levi S. Connor and went to a new home, where the home and church duties were faithfully performed. God called three of her six children early, t but her trust never failed and her work for others was more as the home duties lightened. At her death, she Was the moving spirit in a little Sunday school 'in the schoolhouse near her home and was supporting a little girl in far-off Bel gium, giving not only money but time in preparing clothing and other gifts. The summons must have come sud denly, for a birthday card received by Deacon Fisk, her cousin, the first of last week, said, "Hope oyu are well. We are." An unselfish, bright spirit has gone to its reward. MARSHFIELD Mrs. William Mills was called to 1 Andover, Mass., where her son, Hiram, who is attending school there, is very ill. Hiram contracted the measles and as a result is suffering from a mas toid abscess which is very painful. Clarence Bettis has been ill two days so he could not drive the stage. Mrs. Ainsworth and her two sisters, Miss Mary and Miss Irene Joslyn, were in Montpelier Friday. Clarence Strong was the victim of a surprise party Saturday night, when his friends gathered to help celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Rome McAllister were Waterbury visitors Thursday. Cards have been received announc ing the marriage of Roy Neil of Waits field and Miss Linnie Moore of John son. At the K. P. hall, Marshfield, Feb. 10, "Treasure Island," a grand old story and a fine picture. Everyone eome and take your children. You cannot afford to miss it. There will also be a reel magazine picture. Free dance after the show. Admission to pictures, 22c and 33c adv. Lives to See the Prescription He Wrote in 1892 the Worlds Most Popular Laxative Remedy -t Founder of Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin, the largest selling liquid laxative in the world, long past Biblical old age, but hale and hearty Still sees patients daily Wonderful achieve ment of a "country doctor." WHEN I started to practice medicine, back in 1875, there were no pills or tablets or salt waters for the relief of constipation, and no artificial remedies made from coal tar. The prescription for constipation that I used early in my practice, and which I put in drug stores in 1892 un der the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is a liquid remedy, and I have never had reason to change it. I intended it for women, children and elderly people, and these need just such a mild, safe, gentle bowel stim ulant as Syrup Pepsin. I am gratified to say that under successful management my prescriptioo has proven its worth and is now the largest selling liquid laxative in the world. The fact that over eight million bottles were sold by druggists last year proves that it has won the confidence of mothers whose chief interest is the health of their children. DR. W. B. CALDWELL TODAY Born Sbelbyville. Mo.. March 27. 1839 Began tbe manufacture ot his famous prescription in 1892 It is particularly pleasing to me to know that the biggest hair of those eight million bottles were bought by mothers for themselves and the chil dren, though Syrup Pepsin is just as valuable for grownups. The price of a bottle holding 50 aver age treatments is sixty cents; such a bottle will last a family several months. I have never made a secret of what is in Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is a compound of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin and pleasant-tasting aromatics. These ingredients are endorsed in the U. S. Pharmacopoeia. I consider Syrup Pepsin today in the serious 82nd year of my age, as I did in 1892, the best remedy a family can have in the house for the safe relief of constipation and its accompanying ills, such as headaches, bilious ness, flatulence, indigestion, loss of appetite and sleep, bad breath, dyspepsia, colds and fevers. Millions of families are now never without Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and I believe if you will once start using it you will also always have a bottle handy for emergencies. TRY IT FREE Send me your name and address and 1 will send you a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin. Address me Dr. JP. B. Caldwell, 313 Washington Street, Monticello, Illinois. Everybody now and then needs a laxative, and it is well to know the best. Write me today. 1 1 : . 444 t 1 : i t NEWSPAPER AD VERTISING Young People, Attention! I Start an old age endowment and en-1 joy the sensation of caving for a time in vour life when vou will appreciate! if cure free income. Coimult us. Nation-, actors in their herd attcr al Life Inn. Co. Vt. (Mutual). S. SJculin test recently. Last July they llallard, general agent, Kialto block,! lost twenty four by the test. Still Montpelier, Vt. their courage i good to carry on. ORANGE Mm. C B. Keyei is ill and under the care of a doctor. Mrs. Hittie Kmery is taking care of Mm. Marilla Peake. Charles Haywood of West Topsham was in town Friday night to attend grange. Mr and Mn. Uurnliam visited at Frank Machia'a Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Frank Clark of Uarre visited at H. H. Clark's over .Sunday. Several from here attended the sur prise party at Willier Tucker's in Washington Thursday night. Binson Bros, found tjl'rty three re- tlie tuper- NEWSPAPER, reading is t a universal daily habit; newspaper advertising therefore reaches each day virtually all who buy. , Newspaper advertising is the life-blood of local trade because it touches all consumer sources in every com munity. It gives the national advertiser the same op portunity for complete consumer appeal in any locality . Newspaper advertising cuts selling costs because it en- ' tails no waste in locality of circulation. Manufacturers use it to cover" markets where it is profitable to do business. Newspaper advertising insures quick, thorough and eco-. nomical dealer distribution and dealer good will, be cause retailers are willing to sell products advertised di rect to their own customers. Newspaper advertising enables manufacturers to tell where their products may be bought. Newspaper advertising can be started or stopped over night, can be prepared between days to meet sudden developments and to obtain immediate results. Newspaper advertising enables manufacturers to check advertising results and costs in every market in which they enter. Newspaper advertising costs less than any other kind. BUREAU OF ADVERTISING AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 806 World Building, New York tl I x t : t Kill That Cold With CASCARA M QUININE FOR Csldt, C.utli AND La Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous Tk no chancea. Keep this standard rmdy bandy for the 8rst anaexe. Breaks up cold in 2 hours Relieves Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine in this form does not affect the heed-Caacara is best Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT TUNBRIDGE Mrs. Tuttle, 93, Oldest Person in Town, Died of Senile Pneumonia. Mrs. Mahala (Clogston) Tuttle, for several years the oldest person in town, died Friday morning of senile pneu monia, a'ed !'3 yeara and seven months. She was born in Strafford and spent her whole life in the two towns. Her husband, Joseph Tuttle, died some 40 years since. She is survived by one son Frank S., three grandchildren mid two or more great-grandchildren. For many years she was the leading mater nitv'mirse in this and adjoining towns, and was very succesnful, having nearly; 150 cases to her record and only two or three losses. The funeral was from j her late home Monday and interment) was at Strafford beside her husband, j The vantle of town nestor now falls upon C. W. u. Jones, witn .Mrs. t.uen Smith the oldest woman. TOO TIRED TO WORK? If you get up in the morning tired. It you weary with little exertion and if vim and go are lacking, depend upon it that your liver is torpid. One doaeof Schenck'a Mandrake Pills will "wake up" that lazy liver and maka you feel like new. Schenck'a Man drake Pills are worth a trial tonight. Zbc per box uncosted or eugar coated Dr. J. H. Schenck & Son. Phlla. A0T The Tunhridge gToup of the Ran dolph sanatorium was increased last week, being joined by Postmistress Mrs. MalicI Kedlon and Mrs. H. L. Howen. These are surgical cases and an opera tion has been or will be performed upon Chariest Sanborn. The hick list the pat week, beside those before mentioned, are Mrs. George Durkee. Mrs. Mary .1. Durkee, Mrs. 1 Caroline Smith, Mrs. Kllen Smith. Mrs. ! Charles Osborn, Mrs. J. h. Kivers, Klla Kiver. Mrs. W. C. Mitchell and infant sun of Mr. and Mrs. John Churchill. All are doing well. Mrs. Stella Onve of Strafford is spending a few days at Mrs. Lyle Tut tle's. Charles Tuttle came from Massachu setts to attend the funeral of Mrs. Tut tle and visited at Frank Tuttle'3. Representative Rivers is home this' week on account of the illness in the I family. Word was received lat week that Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clay, nee Kdna Sleeper, have another son, also Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Folsom of South Uovalton. Do you know there is now an Eighth Fine Art Combining the glories of painting, fit to hang in any art gallery of drama more thrilling than any ever seen within the four walla of a theatre of the greatest novels, narratives and brilliant trans-" lationa of all life and all humanity. THE PROOf s SUCH REALISM: Awe-inspiring, titanic, over whelming, to quote the New York Herald: "The most sensational climax that ever aroused a cata ract of emotions." And the New York Globe: "Most amazing spectacle ever seen on sea or land." SUCH BEAUTY: "A series of pictures that might well hang on any wall," said the New York Evening Mail. And, quoting the New York Eve ning Post, "Wondrously Beautiful." THE EIGHTH ART: "Mr. Griffith has made the motion pictures the eighth Fine Art. He has furthered the art of the silverskeet toward that of Michael Angelo, Debussy, Velasquez. Maeterlinck and John Keats." C. Blythe Sherwood. SUCH COMEDY: Clean, rollicking, whole some, attuned to jingling sleigh bells and barn dances. "WAY DOWN EAST at the PLAYHOUSE THEATRE, Montpelier, three days, commencing Monday, Feb. 14 Matinees Tuesday and Wed nesday. . Prices: Evenings 30c to $2.00, Plenty of Seats at $1.00 and $1.50; Matinee 23c to $1.00. Seat Sale Opens Thursday, Feb. 10, at Box Office. Mail orders now add 10 per cent war tax; send self-addressed stamped envelope. Street cars held until after the performance each night. BARRE OPERA HOUSE TO-MORROW Ad olph Zukor Dorothy Dalton Sir James Bailie's Famous Play 'Half An Hour' jiQanamounl Qidun TO-MCHT and TO-MORROW XIG11T OXY "Oh be glad!" The Secret Spreading the Wonderful tiospel of Everlasting Cladmss MARY PICKFORD In Her Latest Future f?oHyanna" Is brinpnf: and new h'w to mil lions. X vou watch her the -jflad" feeling creeps tlmux-! your vein an J into your ln-at aid In! y.n find ji self Uini even your enmties and try ing t do pood by thm. This prtwl'H-tion is -From Klcam.r II. Potter" X.ii-I -roily-anna- lilli-h-d by the Pajre Cui4y Scren .'tptat ion by Kran"r Marion Photo.' ra. lust by Ihajle R. hcr Oae Shov Only in the Ere nun. Surtiec at O'clock. The story of pirl who married tl please her family and loved la please herself! Crowding into half an hour of al woman's life more sensations than most of us know in all our years. One of the most remarkable dram' of l'Dtfland's j.Telet living play wright. Sumptuously set, and sjjl-vir with the beauty and dah of Doroth Dalton. I if ill? Bijou Theatre Where Eei7b47 Com Presents for To-day Only Jack Pickford IX A Double Dyed Deceiver A Heart Warming Tale of a Texas Bad Man Who Discovered He Was Good . ALSO OUTING CHESTER and s DARK AND CLOUDY Comedy - ! Al.l THlNDERPOLT JACK and BURTON HOLMES Pc: Balcany 5e. 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