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This old hank has always had the reputation, justly deserved, we believe, of being a safe bank. " We intend to maintain that reputation. And on the basis of fifty years of sound banking we'solicit, and shall be glad to have, the accounts of those w.shmg to have their banking business handled by an old. conservat.ve bank. We g.ve espec.al at tention to "Our Banking by Mail" business. CHECK ACCOUNTS. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. The Montpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company "The Old Hank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vt. Depository of the State of Vermont. GROWN Voters Decide to Continue the High School for Another Year. ofliwr elected at the annual town meeting Tuesday were as follows: , Moderator, K. A. imvmmmi v ... ... v 1 Tuw lister tor iiiree vms, t. ai. luge, uhur W. P lshury; scuooi uirecun .... v years, , IL Millis ; selectman for three ! l'illsbury; school director .... Vol,ir,.r F F Clark;! n. e . .Uc; trea.rcr E ; i . tS U we vears. M. 1). t'olrrin ;! auditor for one year. W. W. PilW.ury; ; ,d commissioner, tt S. Welch; tn,- j ton of pnlilic money, iv r. u., Seer of poor, selectmen; agent to pros-! t u., l .lefend suits, P. A. Smith. ; Tax, It was voted to continue , ttie nign sriun.i, I...- r- " tlioiiffht by the school directors to be ! n,i,.M.n.i f..r Another year without ; the nigh scmsn, mi- ...i. ....... - n ll'lll ,v" f. much expense An appropriation ot ftitll was also voted to meet a $10 ap propriation from the state to purchte new books for the public library. Carroll Riekcr of St. .Tnlinsbnry was an over-Sundnv visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. I). Kicker. Cleveland Hood of Topsham was in town the last of the week and went to Woodsville, X. IL, where he passed the week end with his little daughter lit the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taisey. Miss Elizabeth Arid, who ha been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John P.cn zie for several week", ha returned to her home in New York City. Mrs. Lvnn Hill and dainrhtmr. Phyl lis, who have been visiting Mrs. Levi Wilson. Mrs. Hill's moher. returned to their home in Xorthfiold on Satur day. Mrs. Hlanche Cardee arrived here last CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of aire Three Nights and THE GODDESS atiline In the Screen Version of the World's Greatest riaywrigms She preferred to be t i i i uegrauation, sne w aiueu lu av c uci " ing her past. She made a mother's supreme sacri fice she stayed out of his life. A Great Tratric Rcle. Tauline Frederick Will Make You Cry and Make You Think. It's Theme Is the . . Mainstay of Life, Mother Love Also YOU'LL BE SURPRISED A Surprise Comedy and RIG GUNS OF THE NAVY A Prizma Colored Film Music By Maxwell Trendell One Evening Show Only, Starling at 8 O'clock . Saturday 3Iatinec at 2:30 Prices: EveningBalcony I. ' flA 1 u,u"' a - gvBcaF - BURLINGTON ANIMAL FERTILIZERS Successful farming depends on getting big crops without an excessive labor cost. Burlington Animal Fertilizers are real plant food and their use will increase the crop yield. Actual returns will be many times the cost. Burlington Rendering Co., Burlington, Vt, A Safe Bank HEALING CREAM QUICKEST RELIEF FOR HEAD COLDS Colds and catarrh yield like magic to - ,nti,.ntic cream that o. -- . hrnoih everv air passage I , "",V... " "n ;.,fl,1 men- , - "n inflamed mem-1 J Tour closed nostrils open right up and you lreathe fw, i. Hawking and snuf- fling stop. Don't tay stutfed up and inferable small bottle of Ely's Cream an oo . , 'triu arTA ,r,.t instant re- little in he m.s " ' J.'"-JJJ . lief. Millions endorse t his remeaj known tor more than nity yew.-. -zr. . Carolina to visit her ! wek Irom mouiji i" ai iy . mother. Mrs. Patrick Fitzgerald (i. C. Whitehill was a business visit or in St. Johusbury on Monday. Lester Freer received word yester dtiv of the sudden death of his step father, Mr. Putnam, which occurred in the early morning at his home in New bury. .... ,i-r.j.i has purchased the Miinev wriiiiiL ........ stock and ioois ui me uiuumiu. of James White and taken possession of the same. Mr, and Mrs. Wright have recentlv returned from New Hamp- shire, where they have passed the win- ter. ! Mrs. E. ,W. Arthur of Burlington was in town the last of the week and went to Topsham, where she was called bv the serious illness of Lovel Frost, her father. M I). Coffrin has been appointed by the probate court, administrator of the estate of the late C. H. Johnson. C. J. Bailev and E. K. Clark are the com- missioned V A. Whitehill and David Whitehill have also been appointed ad- minisVrators of the estate of the late Albert P. Whitehill and Emma White- . . , r ti. i.i....!- ; i. .il.,,,, lull, their parents A simple way to separate eggs is to break them gently into a small funnel. The white will pass through and the yolk remain. Saturday Matinee Or EJIUTIUH a Master Play By One of j nameless. After years of h i In. crr fr l-nntf. H 25c, Orchestra 35c; Sat ml t - L J Ooera House Frederick .r- KAtAta Tat Paifl Blwith a ceneral eood time, made the ' ' Qlfvenm? a phaant one. Sandwiches. - - - - a mgnapira THE BARRE DAILY ORANGE Funeral of Mra. Marilla Peake Held Monday. rui i 1J I liie eommuniiy was mhuucijuu urday morning, Feb. 26, to hear of the I death of its oldest resident, Mrs. Mani la Clement l'eake. Mrs. Peake had been in n.-irti- Iwmlth for HnniA time from hardening of tlie arteries, but lor mc P morfth death had been expected at hardening of the arteries, but for the anv film. flit? W UTl 11 11 tl -11 - I 18:12. and came to this town in early I She was born in Corinth April zl i !- I.... f .. f...;i., I 'of eight children. In 1851 she was mar" CflllMllotiu. nur is iiic mnv w a kuikij rpd ?0 Edwin U. Peake, who died sev al years ago. hhe is survived by hei two Children, C. Oscar and Flora A. , q Rm tnaries and r.awin i-cbkc m i.r.uge, Mm. Peake was kopt from public life . tt - 1 . ' uh .flfl Charles and Kdwin l'caKe oi range ;by ill health but in her home she was known and loved tor ner strong i.nns tian character and sterling worth. The funeral was held from the late home Monday at 1 p. in., Rev. James Ramage ofliciating. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Emerson rendered the duets, "Jesus, Lover of My Soul." "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Nearer. Mv (iod, to Thee." There were many beautiful l nee. mere weir mnn rt ..... i . . .... t i. norai tnouies. i ne oearers nc v- cari Charles and Edwin Peake and Ed. Kay,n(, The interment was in the fam- jiy'iot in West Topsham. I Ouildo Manera was struck by a flying limb while working in the woods Fri- day, receiving a bad gash over his eye. Mrs. Henry Emery of East Barre, who has been taking rare of Mrs. Maril- la Peake or the past month, has re- tu.'ned home. ... Miss Carrie Waterman is seriously ill at her home. Mrs. Charles Machia, who has Wen in Greenfield, Mass., for several months, is visiting at Frank Machia s The grange will work the third and fourth degrees Friday night. I Card of Thanks. We wish to express our heartfelt appreciation to our neighbor and friends who by kind words and deeds and beautiful flowers showed their sympathy during the illness and at the death of our dear nvrther. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peake, Miss Flora A. Peake. EAST MONTPELIER An Ohio Granite and Quarry Co. Buys Property Here. The E. W. Bailey Co. has dispiwed of the water power, stonesheds and the Wheelock house to the Hughes (iranitc Co. of Ohio, which intends to begin operations early in the spring. ! Arthur Clark and family of Marsh field were recent visitors at the home of his parent, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clark. , Mrs. Henry Barnett and her daugh ter, Virginia, have returned from ' Windsor, after a visit of a week with I Mrs. Barnetfs sister, Mrs. IS. Cullum. Edward Copping is hired to work : for Jtarry Cutts. ! Mrs. Florence S. Flower returned to ; her home in Sharon on Saturday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Vincent were in Barre ' on Saturday. Mr. Hughes of Ohio and C. S. Whit Itier of Montpelier were in town on j Monday on business. ' Dr. Barr of Barre was in town on : business Saturday. IT EST UROOKFIELD Tl. fa.-liiT unil miiiils of the West i .took m lit si '.i. i.i., ni iii- ...Mi..- ... help them celebrate their birthdays. thev bein- nine and eleven years old. ProokfiVld school met at the home of thev being nine and eleven years old. respectively, on that date. A g"d time was enjoyed by all. refresh ments of sandwiches, cake and cocoa were served. i At the invitation of .Mr, l.corge ! Wakefield, 30 guests gathered at her home Feb. 1! to help her nephew, Ar thur Wakefield, celebrate his ltith birthday anniversary. tiames, both old and new, were played and refresh ment of cake and Jello were served. ! A most lieautiful birthday cake, drcn- ! rated with candle, with other gifts. jj j wa presented to him. The guests left ' at a late Hour, arier i-ninv' Annur , the bet of good fortune for the years hi i-onie. The ladies' circle celebrated the birthday annierarie of four of it niemWr at the home of Mr. Christo idier lat Thurdav evening. The mcnilcr honored were Mr. Cliristo phev, Mr. I'ntiedt Mr. Malonev and I 1 1 ( 111 i 1 . I 1 1 1 " . irjtiur. H.I', IM II M T , , 1 . . 1 . . 1 , ' . I cake and colTee were cerved. .TIMKS, BARRE. VT., EAST BROOKF1ELD Little Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harrington Died of Pneumonia. j Ruth Eliza U'th, tliR two-year-old daughter of Mr. find Mrs. K U. Har rington, who had been ill with pleural pneumonia, died at their home laxt Tuesduy afternoon at 1 o'eloek Little Ruth, with her sunny dipusitiii und winning cmile, was a srn.-;il tavor-te among the neighbors and her death came as a sudden shock to all. The funeral was held at the house Thursday at 2 p. m. and Rev. Charles Walsh of Williunistown spukc words of comfort to the bereaved futility and friends and neighbors present. Those giving flowers were: Hy acinths, Mrs. Frank Wilcox; carna tions, ladies' society, Wcona club, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gay. Mr. and Mrs A. It. Gay; sweet peas, Mr. and Sirs . A. Savage, A. G. Bigelow; cut flowers, Mrs. P. (i Reed. Mrs. A. N". Wheatley, Mr and Mrs. J. M. Angell, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Farnswortli, Miss Jessie White; carnations, Mrs. Alex Davis; calla lil ies, Mrs. Albion Smith. Anita Button.' who teaches in East Montpelier, spent the week end with her parents, ir. and Mrs. Oliver Dut- lon. William CV.wdrey of omNtock re cently visited his uncle, J. M. Angell, for a few days. . Recent visitors at W. M. htotWJards .... Av unrl Air ('. V. Little and two children and Miss Wark from llarre. Mr and Mrs. Leonard farnswortli hi.. on - visited in Chelsea last Sunday NUIU ,..1.--. .... - - .- A surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Alland Ktod.tard last frriday eve-ninK- ... Kinn irasK the week end Kuth Trask was at ner iiome uia Smith of Xew Haven, N. H., was here last week to attend the A a..f " funeral of little Ruth Harrington. Tim II, .xm f'irele club met last ll The Home Circle club met last Tues duy with Mrs. F. E. Holmes and Mrs. - Julia A. Pealmdy. A bountiful dinner was served by the committee on tables decorated with flags and red, white and til nn tit maniorM A Washington pro- il gram was then given by the members. ovnn t' ,,v ... . . .... week in Barre wth hU sirfor and broth- iiP u,ria fln, ( oorL'o. John Sprague spent ine nrM tm- Little Alliert Keen, wno lias oecn quite ill with the prevailing distemper and sores in the head, is better and able to be up some at this writing. The C. K. meeting was nem av xne home of E. C. Jackson last Sunday eve ning. Card of Thanks. v. Wo ivi-ti tA r.vnr..s our thanks and appreciation to our friends and neigh bors for their many acts of kindness and sympathy during the illness and death 'of our dear one. Mr. and Mrs. K. . Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert (Jay. Brother and si-ters, Mr. and Mrs. Albion Smith. MARSHFIELD fiev. Mr. Goddard Asks to be Excused frpm Further Service. In the recent session of the fourth the Mwhodist ( llrtl tri 1 v-.t - - church, the pastor, Rev. Mr. (.oddard, asked the memltersiiip 01 uo- v.u.... ence to excuse him from further serv ice in the church after the close 01 ini conference jear. The conference ar ranged to convene again in the very near future and make provision A pastor tor rne ciwihik Coddard, therefore, is to supply the pulpit until the session of the annual conference April 27. In the interven- 1. 1 n..i. unit HlC ttttnilMl ing weeKs ocir i. .... .. --- conference, it is hoped that th Meth odist constituency win avail uiemsnxe- of the opportunity of attending tlie services each Sunday. It will be very ... l.l. ull enm-erned. fur it IS to be expected that the pastor may have some thin-- to i" - " 1.:. ..rm,,. which mnv ill some meas ure be very enlightening, at least. .Tust when Mr. fioddard will Ueitver nis i.ire- w.,ll mhlress is not now certain, hut us content will ! of such a nature as to call for attention from every friend .. n.l ni..nilinr , f the church. The date of this addresi will be announced later. Remember the illustrated lecture next iieaire Vhtrt Erybly Ga Presents for To-day Only Bryant Washburn IN Burglar 'Proof He was a ti-ht wad and he couldn't dame, for lii fc't w.n n t mate. Only a chars of nitni-plyrerinc was power ful rni.ujrli to hliake Mm looxe from hi dollar until-hut why tell you what ItapiKiI. Also Thunderbolt Jack and Burton Holmes Mimic by Maxwdl Trendall TO-MORROW Will Rogers IN Cupid, The Cewpunta Mwt Will Roper- and Hi fian! Bijou Here's t Kamou Star on His 0n Homo l.o. rlayinjr Willi His Own M..VI- A ltuxter for the Bint- Also The Screen Magazine and The Simp Comedy WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1021. PLEURISY At this season of the year those whose bodies are weak are in constant danger of Pleurisy, Pneumonia and Influenza, Strengthen your body by feeding the blood and tissues with BOVININE The Food Tonic Take it as directed and avoid illness. For over thirty j ean doctors havrprecribeil EOVlNINE-alUrug torn tell it. C oz. bottle, $ .70 II ox. bottle, i.i 5 THE BortMNK CO, fj If', UtuiM St, Hit Tirtt 47 Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the subject of which is: "The (Jospel of a Working World," an adaptation by Professor Harry Ward of New York City. At. the K. of P. hall, Marshfield, on I Thursday, March 3, "The Spoilers," I from the famous book by Ilex Beach 1 in nine reels. This is a wonderful pie- j tare. There will also be a one-reel j magazine, 10 reels in all. Admission,! 20c and 30c, plus war tax. Don't miss I it. It is a wonder. Dance after the show. adv. BRADFORD Mrs. Cora McDulTee of Spartansburg, Va., is visiting in town for a few weeks. Rev. F. A. Wood worth, a former pas tor of the Hradford Methodist church, is siik at his home in Bellows Falls. The ladies' society spent a colonial afternoon with Mrs. C. II. Curtis Feb. .)-) Mrs. Qnimby died at thcTiome of her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Hastings, on the upper plain, Feb. 24. The funeral was held Feb. 20 at Concord. Miss Harriett Brock of South New bury visited her sister, Mrs. L. F. Hale, last wreek. O. F. Siseo has closed his house and will make his home w ith his son, F mil i. J. f.sco, for the present. Miss Ruby Carletom of Canaan, N. It., is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (1. W. Carleton. Islie Norcross of Franklin, N. H., spent Washington's birthday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W C. Norcross. U. Uowid ml- my rrrommeni Oxidaze for Coughs Colds, Br. Asthma ! Tors of mtmir mni baarvaiioa eonleJ fc.n l woaU (It. ick.r " It mtnm m h ma liM iaslanl r.ltl im DrcaebUI Asthma. Mn bark il il fall. 6uim katrai.aaa..AI u arataiata. : : : ROXBURY Mrs. Ella-Doty Died Last Week at the Age of 70 Years. fra rilu rintv. who uassed away ! last week Tuesday night at the LJ ' Ms. , -r -Kt X- ll..,.,tl,i,t u'tipre 01 stir, aim airs. . x... .......... ........ she had been cared for the past few pionths, was 70 vears of age and had been in poor health for several years, 1 1. aiifTWiwI-n sliirht shock several years ago. She had lived in this town most of the time since ubout a year before the death of K. P. Burnham, her stepfather, when she came from-Min-nesota, and has made her home with her mother, Mrs. Fanny --Bunihnm, since the death of Mr. Burnham,' till the death of her mother about two vears ago, which occurred during the two years they lived in Northfield. They "were both associated with the church here for a time, but it is un derstood had been transferred to the Tniversalist church in Northfield. The funeral was from McCormick s under taking rooms in Northfield Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Two cousins were present, Mrs. II. C. Smith of Montpelier and Mra. Fred Fuller of VorHiflelrl nln Mr. and Mrs. M. N. - . Burnham and B. W. Boyd of this place. Some of the schools in town closed last week for the winter vacation. Those in the village school having no marks were George Barnard and Law rence Andrews, Warren and Mina York, Forrest and Beulah Manning, Lottie Rich. Eldora Wright and Made line Spaulding. At the beginning of the term, prizes were offered in the second and third grades to persons re peating the multiplication tables in the shortest length of time at the close of the term. In the second grade, Charles Sullivan received the first prize of 50 cents, relating the tables in seven minutes, only missing one multiplication. Mina York received second prize of 2.1 cents, having re cited them in seven minutes and 40 seconds, with one mistake.' The third grade gave the first 10 tables and Miss Beulah Manning gave them perfectly in six minutes and won first prize, and Warren York in nine minutes and 4." seconds, with three mistakes, winning tlie second prize in that grade. Gerald Rice of Granville came on Thursday morning to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Rice. He was in Montpelier and Barre Friday and Saturday with his father. N. D. Rice, went to Randolph on bu? I ness. Howard York of Whitehall, N. Y was a recent visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kd. York. His sister, Miss Lillian York, returned home with him. Miss Carrie Howe spent a couple of days with Mrs. H. Webter, her sis ter", in Northfield last week. Clarence Ordwav was home for the week end from Northfield high school and returned Monday morning. Mrs. Charles Green and Mrs. M. A. Goodell were in Northfield one day last week. Mr. McKnight, superintendent of schools, was out from Northfield Fri day in the interests of the schools. Mr. Pntten of Northfield was in town Friday on busines connected with a real estate deal he recently made of the Roy Webster farm. Mrs." Howard Brooks was a visitor in Northfield one dav last week and A few hills ahead mean nothing to the progressive business man. He is used to driving his car and knows that a shift of gears and a "little more gas" will put the high spots behind him in jig time. Beyond the problems of the pres ent is the smooth level road of the future. The outlook for business holds no fears for the men who "step on the gas and go to it." The real good timesthe good times based on normal values, small er profits and quicker turnovers, the good times of peace and plenty are right before us. STEP ON THE GAS! Adver tise! Advertise to your customers at the places where conditions fa vor the sale of your product. Use the newspapers to do this best. Mrs. Mackenzie was also there Thurs day 011 business. Mrs. William Pope and daughter, Su sie, were recent visitors in Barre. Mrs. Karl Spaulding is quite ill. T1IETF0RD Sixteen new members were admitted to Kclipse grange Friday night, Feb. 25. Leon Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Many School Children are Sickly TBAltS MAU Used by Mothers for over 30 years Are pleasant to take and a certain relief. They tend to break up a cold in 24 hours, act on the Stomach, Liver and Bowels and tend to correct intestinal disorders and destroy worms. 10 000 testimonials li!:e the following from mothers and friends of children telling ot rcliet. unginais are on me m iyi umua . ..t.i,;..i, unTHFnr.rf AT'SSWrTTFOW. TJEKS Volt 1'llll.DlfKN are gri.id. Oliey erc reci.mniMi. J to my i'r hjr doctor. 1 m civint' them to aiy little three yer old pirl who w very puny,ua yitnuiB uy wounerruny." Get a package trom your druggist ior use wacn nccucu. Do Not Acctpt Any Substitute for MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET P0VVDEBS. Are You Still Going Strong at 50? Full of Life and Energy No? Then Eat More Spinach and Carrots with Organic Iron to Help Give You Rich, Red Blood and Revitalize Your Wornout Exhausted Nerves YOU CANNOT BE STRONG AND WELL WITHOUT PLENTY OF IRON IN YOUR BLOOD. Without iron your blood loses its power to change food into living tissue and therefore nothing you eat does you the proper amount of good you do not get sufficient strength and energy out of it. Thousands of people suffer from Ixvcra the' REAL rervous and ailing all the while WITHOUT SLSPtLUMj liiii KfcAL, CAUSE OF THEIR TROUBLE. THERE ARE 30,000,000,000,000 RED BLOOD CORPUSCLES IN YOUR BLOOD AND EACH ONE MUST HAVE IRON. If you are not willing to eat th? te1 of fruits and vegetables and the husks of grain so as to get sufficient quantity of organic iron for your blood, as nature intended you should do. then f'ou should eat plenty of iron-containing foods ike spinach, carrots and baked apples and re inforce them from time to time with a little organic iron, which you can obtain from your druggut under the name of Nuxated Iron. Nuxated Iron represents organic in auch a highly concentrated form that one dose of it is estimated to be approximately equivalent (in organic iron content) to eating half a quart of spinach, one quart of green vegetables or four large apples. It's like taking extract of beef instead of eating pounds of peat. INux. ated Iron is partially predifested and ready for almoxt immediate absorption and assimi lation by the blood while metallic iron is iron just as it comes from the action of various William Jenkins, was married Satur day night to Kthel Griswold, daughtc! of "Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Griswold. ' Oscar White and P.crnice Lambert were married Sunday, Feb. 27. John Brown of Corinth has bought Fred Pushee's farm. Mr. Piishee ha bought Elmer Cox' farm. Mr. Cox hai bought a farm in Bradford. New stockings will last almost, twjee as long again without wearing into holes if they are shrunk before wearing. and take cold easily, ar feverish and constipated, nave headaches, stomach or bowel trouble. MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN .- ..... MI1T1I PI! f : R X VS KWKET POWIIKKS l'Olt I'lllLDHKN lit different times for past nine vears, anil always found them a perfect children's medic iie aud vcrj satisfactory iu every case." i . , , acids on small pieces of Iron .To prove to yo-jr self what Nuxated Iron will do, set your doctor to take a specimen of your blood and mak a "blood count"of your red lilood corrmpcles.then take Nuxated Iron for a month and have a ne' "blood count" made and see how your red blood corpuscles have increased and how ir.ucli purer and richer your blood has become; how much stronger and better you feci; also not;? how thecolor has come back to your checks and what a difference it has made tn your nrrver.. Over 4.000,OoO people annually are usinj? Nuxated Iron. If you are not feelinf; quite u; to the mark telephone for a pa kaKe tod&y. In tablet form only. Beware of substitute?. Look for the name Nuxated" on every pack age and the letters N. I. on every tank-t. Your money will be refunded by the manufac turers if you do not obtain perfectly satis factory results. At all druggists. ?