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THE BAHKK DAILY TIMKS, IiAIlUK, VT., FRIDAY, FEIillUAllY 18, 1921.
RANDOLPH " CABOT , Experience The experience of the past which is usually a safe guide, shows that the most pros perous communities are those in which th- people are thrifty and saving. These are the communities-where the people own their homes, have accounts in the savings banks and practice the wise expenditure as well as the wise saving of money Experience teaches that a savings account in a strong bank is a long step towards home ownership or financial independence. Experience teaches that the haphazard saver seldom reaches his goal while the saver who sets out to save a fixed amount each week or each month though that amount be only a dollar and keeps steadily at it, all6wing nothing to interfere with his purpose to save goes over the top to success. There is no magic about saving money ; of "keeping everlastingly at it." it is largely a matter of determination and HERE'S IS ONE OF VERMONT'S STRONGEST WBANKS READY TO CO-OPERATE WITH YOU IF YOU WILL GIVE US THE OPPORTUNITY. The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Co. "The Old Bank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont. Depository of the State of Vermont. a bit of THOUGHT- for your body's welfare wilt save you from future ills. Help fight the ever-present disease germ. Strengthen your blood and tissues with BOVBMINE i The Food Tonic Take it as dircctfid regu larlyand prevent sick ness. It is as good for Baby as it is for Dltd, Mother or Grand Dad. Tor over thirty year, doctor h.-.re prrKrrilcd 0 noVININE ail ill at flora tell H. ' 6oz. botfie. f .70 12oi. boitic 1.1! THE BOFINWE CO. 7S W. H'to St. Nm Ytrt I'O GROWN ft mi J9&J J ' Mrs. C. li. Vase, returned Monday i from her three works' visit with I friends in Massachusetts. j fteorge piigad left the first .of the I week on a trip to Boston. Mrs. Frank Sanders and son, Charles of Woodsville, X. H.. visited her par 1 fiits, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heath, yes ; terday. : Dr. I. I.. Tillotson was a business visitor in Montpelier on Tuesday. J Mrs. Edward Emery and duujrhter were Wells Kiver visitors yestcruay. Mrs. liartlett Hall and brother, Mr. Md.'lcllrtii, were visitors in Montpelier yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. h. .Hooper re turned from a visit of several day with tlioir brother, R. S. Hooper, and wife at Ilardwick. The reading elub met Tuesday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. P. A. Sirith. Twenty-two ladies were pres ent and enjoyed the short literary program as well as compieieu quire a bit of sewing, for the ladies aid so e;et v. Mrs. O. Jones, who was called here two months ago by the critical illness of Mrs. George East man", her mother, returned to her home at Manchester, SX. H. Mrs. Eastman is recovering her health. XV. B. Ladd, whose death occurred at his home in Bradford last Satur day, Was well known in this vicinity, having resided here for quite a num ber of years. He was.of a genial na ture and was well likPd. E. XV. Sharp of St. Johnsbury, dis trict superintendent, was in town over Thursday night and presided at - the fourth quarterly conference held at the eiiureh last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floran Church of West Topshani were in town yesterday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heath. A partv of ladies, consisting of .M rs. ,1. V. tiiirord, Mrs. E. G. Ham, lrs. P. V. Morse, Mrs. Ernest Tracy, Mrs. It. XV. Holden and Mrs. J. C. Sher burne, went to White River Junction Thursday to visit Mrs. Carrie La zello. Mrs. Aureliu Sault.is quite ill with pneumonia and under the care of the trained nurse, Miss Laura Corliss. Her son, Z. L. Sault of Somerville, Mass., is here for a few days with her. At the Randolph grange meeting on Saturday evening the first and second degrees were conferred upon a class of sixteen. Two names were presented for transfer from North Randolph and were accepted. The grange favors some kind of censorship for moving pictures, and also voted to allow no more smoking in the ante room. The Misses Woods and Mra. I). F. Gould furnished the music for the evening. Mr. Rnd Mrs. Edward Jones of Moosejaw, Sask., who have been with G. W. Pan ton for several weeks, are passing this week with Mra. Jones' sister, Mrs. Hugh Claflin. A. K. Hall was in Montpelier this week to attend a hearing on the cen shorship bill. .. Mr. and Mrs. Will Densmorc of Northfield have been the guests this week of Mrs. C. B. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. A. Manzolini returned Thursday from a short business trrp in Burlington. V J. S. Butler, who hns been passing the winter with bis daughter, Mrs. R. H. Moore, has returned to Lyn donville, where he has charge of the tinning department in a i hardware store. Silver Cross circle, King's Daugh ters, sent out twenty boxes of cooked food, fruit and provisions t the sick and shut-ins on Valentine day. This has been the custom for many years of this organization. Miss Louise Roger of Sprinnficld, Mass., has been the guest of Mrs. C. S. Booth for the last week. Mrs. W. P. Townsend of Chelsea Lima been the guest of Mrs. A. n. Tow ers several davs recently. 'They WORK while you sleep" The third of a series of Illustrated ', lectures is to be given in the Meth- j odist church next Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. This lecture, like the oth ers, is to be illustrated with pictures, and the subject is; J'Christianity and World - Democracy." If this lecture is what we might be given to expect from the subject, it should draw a large crowd. Let everybody make an extra effort and seo and hear this lec ture. The amount of the offering last Sunday morning for the relief of the famine-stricken in China totaled $14.12. Mr. Goddard will hold the of fering for another week in order to give others an opportunity to make their contributions. Let us make ' it $25 if possible. v WEST TOPSHAM Don't stay bilious or' constipated, with your head dull, your stomach sour, gassy, upset. Take one or two Cascarets to-night sure for your liver mid bowels and wake up clear and fit Children love Cascarets too. No grip1 ing no inconvenience. 10, 25, 50 cents. Adv. . mom SATURDAY ONLY i School closed Wednesday foA the spring vacation and psfibahly wilLnot open again until sometime in April. Taking ' advantage of the recent now, which. has made good sledding to Bradford, Hight brothers sent sev eral loads of spool-heads to that place this week. 7 Saturday evening the third quarter ly conference of the Waits River cir cuit was held at Mrs. Waldo's and made plans for electing a delegate to the M. E. conference, which is to be held in Barre the last of April. Tuesday, ten. Tl, lhere will bo a A t dance at the hall. three-piece or chestra will be in attendance and lunch will be served. ' Remember that the church service is at 7 o'clock next SuaJay evening, Feb. 20. Saturday Only Strictly Fresh Eggs, Near by, dozen Good Dairy Butter, lb. . . Fine Granuluated 13 lbs. for ..... . iv.., m i.- i;i.,...,- I.ca 1.,...,. in Bennington this week on a business CrOOd Creamery CUUer, ID. WASHINGTON Don't forget the boy scout, supper and entertainment Feb. 22. school house hall. Everyone cordially invit ed. adv. E. J. Rutter, optometris, will be at the hotel Tuesday, the 22d. Call and have your eyes examined. adv. i'-J-J- jll Good Drinking Coffee, lb. White House and Chase & Sanborn Coffee, lb Good Corn, 2 cans ....... Tall can Salmon .... 37f 23c trip, returning on Wednesday. The Randolph Xovclty Works, Inc., has paid another semi-annual divi dend of seven -per cent to preferred stock. Mrs. I. L. Chadwick of Melrose, Mass., has been the guest of Mrs. A. A. Chadwick and Mrs. May Goodheart this week. E. , Austin went to ftostnn Thurs day to buy goods for the Bell Bros. Co. store in town. Philip Salisbury of New York visit ed his brother, F. A. Salisbury, the first, of this week. Miss Eleanor Salisbury in reco eriug from a several weeks' illness at her home. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ftrown were in East Bethel recently lo attend the fu neral of Air'. Brown's father. M. I). j Brown. The trustees of the Kimball publi bbrarv have a-.kcd tor an increase of ! J.'iUO, making (he appropriation ; for the library. Mrs . . . I, Sherhurne entertamed tbe j peef to gteworboil, lb uo Mitwijiii i, t'ltmu n i.nriitiv 111111 I'll Nalunlay and lie program was iiarire ot .Misses Jennie htewart a : Desier Moulton. The quotations, were Prankfurts, tb tmni Lincoln and the fallowing took Remember 'nH : Extract from commcmorat ion ode . . , ! (Ixnvelll, Crystal Palmer; "Captain, unne' , ; My Captain" Wait W hitman I, Kmmii i Moulton; "Mumc in Camp," Emma ! fill 1 6 Tt iTblTI fill AC I Norman; play. "Abe Lincoln and Lit-1:3 AU'lIlUII"U'f tie A. D.." Elizabeth Lanison. Ruth : Wcbter. Richard Mollis, Paul Ray-j J nmnd. Albert Emery. j j roriv-two girj, ageii iz years, nave .joined the "Mothercruft league" con-j j 'lucted bv the district nur!'. The ob ject is to teach girls Imw to take care of babies. The course is thirteen lec tures and certificates arc awarded to i those who attend eii'lit or more. Th I lectures are given Wednesday nfier- i I Kerosene Oil, gallon .". 4gc Five gajHon lots -0c ! Mealy Potatoes, peck . . 50C Whole Peas, 3 lbs. for . . on Split Peas, 3 lbs. for ... . vv'.T-k 1 J J croKen nice, i ids. ior Mild Cream Cheese, lb. PeA Beans, 3 lbs. for . . Sugar, .$1.00 .. 21c j5c! Yellow Eye Beans, lb. .$1.00 . 30c . 25c . 25c . 25c . 35c . 25c . 10c . 59c Zoc A nWa Onorl Snan Pnwrlpr ?Zr ' mp, L,ara, X0. t pail Arrow Borax Soan. cake. . 7c' Compound Lard, lb 14c Good Cheese, lb.- .Wvelo&&8. Corn Wakes, 2 Roana PKgS. lOT 2.C 13t 23c Two cans Corn for 2 cans' CampbelVs Beans.' 25clCa1mPbell's ?aked Bean?- Good can Peaches No. 10 pail Pure Lard. . No. 5 pail Pure Lard . . JNo. 10 pail Comp. Lard No. 5 pal Comp. Lard . , , Compound Lard, lb. . . , ! Also Good Roast Pork, : Loin Roast Pork, lb. . . . Elderly People Need This In Medicine Chest To relieve chronic constipation, always keep a bottU of Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin handy. NEARLY all people as they advance in age suffer from chronic constipa tion. Many, however, are indifferent to the laxative they use, on the theory that 'they are all alike." That is a great mistake. , Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, for ex ample, is a mild, gentle liquid laxative, ana it does not lose its effect with re peated use. It so trains the bowel muscles that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with. A sixty-cent bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 'will last many months. The prescription was written thirty years ago by Dr. W. B. Caldwell, a well known family doctor, who is himself now in his 82nd year and can ap preciate what chronic constipation must mean to elderly people; how it brings on headaches, colds, loss of ap petite and sleep, heaviness and a general dull feeling. Everv home that has an elderly man or woman should be provided with a well, 513 Washington Street, bottle of Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin. Montcello, Illinois. Etery- Eight million bottles were bought at drug stores last year. It is a truly wonderful constipation remedy. TRY IT FREE Send me your name and ad dress and I will send you a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin. Address me Dr. W. B. (Said- body now and then needs a laxative, and it is well to know the best. Write me today. ORANGE The Washington boy scouts will give a supper and entertainment Washing ton's birthday, Feb. 22, schoolhouso hall, Washington. Everyone cord'al'y invited. adv. MARSH FIELD For Sale: One firimm arch, cheap. Thwinjr, Marshfield. first-class 12 ft. Inquire of C. E. 25c 25c A two cans ior , . .$1.90 Cood Soap, six bars for ' si'nn Round Steak, lb l -! Roast Beef, lb 18c to 25c Boiling and Stewing Beef 13cj lb 15c to 18c tW .-:Frankfurts, lb 21c mc Roast Pork, lb 24c to 28c i,-,oo: Western Round Steak, lb. ,.28c vaporarea Appies, & ids., toe Rnast Rpef. o-ood. It) 25- Macaroni and Spaghetti, 3 10c, 18c ; P Ior iSmnVeil Shmilrlpr tt nnlv Ifi-'lOVai UUD l,OIiee, ID JOC ,!."! Bacon, in the piece, lb 2Sc'pur,itan Black J2-lb. PKg r iUC Mardigras Black Tea, V- Ib. pkg 25c Shawmut Coffee, lb 25c Blueberries, can 30c Scotch Barley, 4 lbs. for. 25c B. P. Shadroui 50 Brook St., Tel. 181-W. -just across 22c I the Tel. 348-V 59 Project Street. at 4 o c lock in Miss I.HUS III ecial Sale lor Saturday Only Little Graves by the Hundred Thousand Unless Help Comes Quickly i noon ; room. The BurUe-.Ione, Salibury Aerial W(J are receiving every Week corporation met this week and orean-i , , T .. , i Ved with R F. Salisbury as president; l BUpply of .National BlS Waltor Burke as vi president, and CUit Co. products. Special this l Carlton -loivs as secretarv-treaurer. i week '. ' About ?t.O(M) of the ?..fl'IO 'capital 18c What a few of the Many Editorials say: "W ar all tick and tired of drires of all sorts, but w must rot rrow weary in tha aort of well-doing called for in thia appeal." ncrer (Pm.yintaWgaacer. "The health, the happinesa, the Terr life of theee 3 mil lion children depends upon th generosity of the Ameri can people." Aftanj (N. Y.) Ti'mee-lru'on. t "These children are ourchild ren, too; their future helps to mould thedestinieeof America. Philadelphia Public Ledger. "T,hee children are dying like flies at frost time and their death is a long drawn out, day by day torture." San An tomo (7Vxas) Light. "We most not procrastinste; disease and starvation will wait for no man's interference and" these hungry little mites have none but us to hope for aid." Weir Haven (Cr.) TififC'Letdt. "How can we approach the holidays with a clear con science if our feeders close their ears to the cry of these children t" MinaatDolia I (Minn.) JVews. The live of these rail lions of children depend a pen America. We can let them die or we can save them." Cocif Bluff (a.) Nun-peretX. OVER 3,500,000 children in eastern and central Europe face starva tion between now and the next spring harvest. Little tots three and a half million of them ! The mind cannot grasp such figures. If thia numbei of children were to march four abreast in close marching order in army stride, the formation would reach from Detroit to New York, and would take forty days and forty nights to pass a given point Or, visualize these figures in another way, if this number of children were to die and be buried in onetrench, it would make one continuous grave 2800 miles long the distance from San Francisco to New York. is a Child's Right to Live It has been said, "Old men make wars, young men fight them, but always, the children suffer most." Thse children are the help less victims of the late war and they are neither responsible for the war nor for their coming into the world. Many of these children are without either fathers or mothers; they live where local aid and assistance are absolutely impossible, help must come from outside if they are t continue to live. Is a Child's Life Worth $10? Ten Dollars will assure life for one of these children. It will provide sufficient food and medical care enough to stand squarely between life and death. The life of a child in all God's earth there is no more precious and priceless a thing. And at least one little life shouM be yours to save. You who love children surely will take to yov hearts one of these innocent little lives. You will need no further urging. Your hearts will respond eagerly and generously. Whatever your gift Ten Dollars to save one child, or Ten Thousand Dollars to save a thousand children, send your gift with out delay to either your local committee or to Franklin K. Lane, Treasurer, 42 Broadway, New York City. AMERICA'S CHRISTMAS CIFTto the CHILDREN iJROrE PLAIN FIELD ' r i r l. M- stock lis -i heen subscribed, many local i x'3 ""t IrtLKCiS, 1. pnrties takinc; one or more shares. jSaltine Biscuit, It) 23c Uneeda Biscuits pkg 8c Oysterettes, pkg 8c We carry a full line of this SocihI dunce at the S. and I), of I,, hicrh fllialitv STOOtls at all limPS. hall Saturday rv.nin. Fob. IS. Three- f gt k 23c, 30c ; irce orcrrstra. AJtais-"on. . a -oil! . Jr , ' , - ' , jrde. Refreshments. "J.V per plate. ; Beet, u) 10CtOl8C ! Floor manager, Krnest Folsoni. adv. i Boast Beef, It) 20c to 25C I fork Chops, tb 2oc, 27c Tork Shoulder, lb 23c I Ham Shoulder, Tb 20c SATURDAY BARGAINS .... ' . 1 IT - H. i i.oneiess nan.s, io ' Bacon, Sliced, lb. iFrankfurts, lb. .. Pork Sausage, lb. Salt Tork, lb (omp. Lard, No. 5 pail 1 Pure Lard. n-rb. nail . j Fancy Dairy Butter, lb. . 31c pure Lard, tb Fancy Creamery Butter, lb. 33c , Comp. Lard, tb Western Roast Beef. tb. .. 22c Dairy Butter, tb 50c j wetm t stool tt, .c Washington Cry. Butter . 30c it- r-u i r t .South Hero Cry. Butter. Western Chuck Beef at very strictIv fresh Egw, doz. . low prices. jr,eanu Butter. V . . . . , Frankf urts, tb ? 22c Good Cheese, tb Good Roast Pork. tb. . 23c, 28c Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. Red Salt Salmon 18c Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs. . 30c . 33c . 22c . 23c . 23c . 63c .$1.00 . 18c . 13c 30c 47c 20c i 33c j 23c 23c 1?. Champlain Coffee, tb 32c f j . ii r i o i - Wilsons Conee. To 3Jc Good tall can Red Salmon. 3Jt chMe & Sanbor 37c 2 pkgs. Com Hakes 23c Armour's Veribest Evapor- :i pkgs. Quaker Corn Flakes 23c! rated Milk, can 14c European Relief Council HIKPFJtT HOOVFK. Ch.lrn... riiHKLlN K. LANK. Tfm TNv r irtera ar ttisa rwa I knw AiririliMliill S ! ! IWM. k I maw na HW ivr ir.f . lav w harta mmt 'f ta .rt t ' Trrr.- aiatrac'' Na.?ha af rac Sara 11 lau'li aar ttira.h mr iiv "rrraca MIMilvaftmm'i, tCrta -Hrmrt Nam AmaHta rnal- T (..tnmitlw tQtakf Amartraa Katlcf aifninlalratta Jaaas iotet DiMrtbatiaa Cam. A mrV a CI Had Craw Kalbta af Cahifnaaa r f tt T ' fiau ll af OiatTaa mi Canst la Aaiarira Y. at. ft. T.W.CA EUROPEAIS RELIEF COUNCIL itak rkmrk paybU f Franklin K. Lane, Treasure r Send either to your local commit te or to 42 Broadway, New York City. pleas find cncloaad d contribution as part of America's Christmas Gift to tha Starving Children of Eorof a. t Naa . Adiric. 43c 43c 53c 15c 43c 10c 43c Good Coffee, tb 33c Rolled Oats, 10 lbs 3 lbs. for $1.00 Corn Meal, 10 lbs Large pkg. Washing Pow- Oatmeal. A. A.. 10 lbs. . .. dcr for 20c L&rge can Tomatoes, each. T r" " L t Good Oranges, dozen Large can Peaches 40c Cf0od Grjtpe Fruit each Large can Pineapple 40c c,ood Bananas, dozen All kinds Campbell Soup. . 12c Pillsbury Best Flour, bbl. $ 12.00 2 cans Tomatoes 23c Snowdrop Flour, bbl. ...$11.23 Fancy can Corn or Peas . . 13c! , TRADE HERE rure un.. o. ifr We are ?ure CVerthing you 10 cakes v. . mmi ap . 4.c purchase from us wilt be satis 10 cakes Swift Pride Soap 32c factorj. If you are too far ! a good many other bar- away, call us up on the phone and a gain's. save yoa money. Ca!l r.nd ee us and we'll anl deliver j our order? ifree of charge. Kemember the riace, just across the track. J. G. Shadroui 115 to. Main SL, Tel, 273-W. Hiddcr liabbcp 2S-30 Propect SL, TeL 593-M. FRIDAY, FEB. 18 Special for This Week TEA Your Choice of Three Ceylon Formosa- Mixed 25c Per Pound and our specially fine COFFEE A 40c value at the same price, 25c. Sold in the beaa with all the rich flavor sealed for the cup. Ground to your order. See the Benefit Store win dows and profit by the Bene fit Drices. The Best of Everything at a Saving is the i'olicy of Benefit Store building. Margarine Supreme "SVVEtl NUT" 31 r fb. rkarnr fr Uta BaaC Sla ta the Bt EVERY BOY A BENEFIT Sec Windows for Other Specials i Rice, fancy 3 lbs. 24c Ilaking Powder, XX, lb. 30c Pure Extracts 24c VaMitla afta UaM, I as. batila Roasted Peanuts. 2 qts. 20c Direct Importing Co. Tnent Store" 60 X. Main SL, Ilarre, VL Presents for To-day Only Madge Kennedy Help Yourself The Pnrrot Imitates Don't Be a far- rut Se This Picture Also THE LATEST NEWS WEEKLY and RUTH OF THE ROCKIES DEICOilGST "SJoofrJciyJbf grvvzy JTozrn t Make Delco-Light Your Choice Klectricity i the best form of lif?ht and power betaufte it is safe, eonvsnient and economical. Electric light improves conditions and con tentment in th home. Electric power means .more efficient work. Deko-Lig)4 furnishes complete elec tric service. Write for Catalog. W. G. Goodwin MONTPELIER, VT. DELCO-LIGHT "Electricity for every Farm" TO-MORROW Eileen Percy IN" The Husband Hunter A Sparkling and Wholesome Comedy Adapted From th Saturday F.ve- ninjr Poot Sfory "Mvt Meets Hi Family" A1m BRIDE 13 and WHIRL OF THE WEST Comedy Special for Saturday 10 lbs. Rolled Oats 4oc Comp. ard, Tb 13c Pure Lard, lb 18c Pea Beans, quapt'' v 15c Yellow Eye Beans, qt. ... 25c 11- oz. can Baking Powder. 15c 1 2- tb. can Guaranteed Bak- i ing Powder 10c Campbell's Beans, 2 cans . 2.t 3 lbs. Whole Rice for .... 23c Good sized Oranges, doz. . 50c Good sized Grape Fruit, 2 for 25c Round Steak, lb 25c Boiling Beef, lb. . . . 12c to 22c T. C, McCarty & Son 107 South Main St., Tel. 6-J. Barrc Opera House To-night and Saturday Matinee and Evening Only Thomas Meighan and an All-Star Cast in b ALSO Added Attractions MONDAY Alma Rubens With a Biff Cast of All-Stars in r