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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1021.'
SOUTH RYEGATE . Ja Presbyterian Church Reports Show a Good Condition. lional meeting tin; miiuw' ' " . . of the Presbyterian church was held in th veitrv of the church Thursday afternoon preceded by a bountiful din ner, which was attenuea ny resentation of the membership and ad v....a Tti ronnrt of the various branches of the church work showed all to be in a prosperous condition finan cially with a good balance in the church treasury proper. vntincr otl of Mr. Blld Mfo. ' Andreoletti, has been very ill for a week past. Dr. Miller of Woodsville performed an operation on his neck a few days ago, since which time he has been improving somewhat. The real nature of his malady seems to be un known. . , , I Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. laplin, who nae I l.ann tin i rtl 1 m 1T1 IT 111 the south this win- Iter, arrived home Monday evening. Mrs. John Metcalf has returned from Cottage hospital with her infant daugh- Iter to her home in ooum iv"' At, fattie Harriman dough of IBarre is spending some time at her . a v -.Ml.... ...4t;.t, uuma I house west ot me vuingi-, putwuf, .... into shape for occupancy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanderson expect to move in the Hist of April. Miss Ruth Tngraham returned from Nashua, X. II'., AVednesday, where she lias spent several weeks in the family of an uncle. - f. i' M l.ihhv arrived Monday I evening from a" three weeks' trip to I Hart ford ana Newport v-iiy. Mrs. (. W. iJarnng was iu oi. uuimo- Ibury Friday. Mis KuCli (iates is on her way north with the Dimock party. They travel by mitos, camping at night along the way. I She reports a very pleasant mp The ladies' id society of the Fies bvterian church has booked a four-entertainment course for next season IwWh the Redpath Lyceum Bureau, i nis bureau leads all others in the quality of its talent, and something tetter than we have had in the past is what we are expecting. , I Lieut. Samuel t'. mum is Bpeiming f..... v u-HV hi narents. Mr. and Mrs. S.'Mills. Lieut. Mills promises to Imake a night over mis section mm all a c.luince to witness wie inaneuvn ,,f n im.tn.dnte Rirnlane as soon as weather conditions arc most favorable. I Mrs. George F. Lackey c4 .Montpeiipr tvas in town Tuesday to attend the funeral services ot Mrs. nan. Mrs. X. M. McAllister, who lias been it ,;ii nnntimnniiL .seems to have liassed the crisis and to be in a fair Iwav to recovery at the present time. Mrs. t.eorge u. tiau, one oi ine icw .ld-time residents left in South Rye oc ciri. Li.n xtiih cerebral hemor- ti, Timraduv nf lat. week and liassed away after .Hi hours of semi-un- oi.sciousness. Mr. Hall wa HU years I. i.i riiitmita An' and had not been I., rr,.,! l.ouHl. uilirp thllt lilllP. All llCl' named life was passed in this town. rlic laeves three naugiuers to moum or l.a Atiua Klizahetli. who is assist ant superintendent of schools in Minne apolis, was spending a lew cays hi ner jhonio on her way back from Atlantic City, so was with Her moincr ai ui PairiS enerav -111 say it is WHEN yon want rufc com forting relief from any 'external" Pin- "sm Bloan's Liniment. Itdoesthe job with out atainimr. rubbine;. bandafr inr. llMmif for rheumatism. I neuralgia. --iira . apraineend Btraina, backache. end. GROWN week M JdBM M I i mm imnus wm hanWir w OTii $At all El THEATRE Mrs. Helen Heath, Aged 87, Died Quite Suddenly. Mrs. Helen Heath passed away quite suddenly yesterday morning. She had been in feeble .health for a' long time, but was able to be about the house a part of the time. She arose and dressed as usual yesterday morning, but not feeling as well from the effects of a cold, she had laid down, when a few 'minutes later her daughter, Mrs. Xellie Hadlock, who cared for her mother discovered that life had fled. Helen (Taisey) Heath was 87 years of age, and was one of the oldest per sons in town. She leaves two daugh ters, Mrs. Hadlock, mentioned above, Mrs. E. K. Darling of Ciroton, and four sons, Walter Heath of Lakeport, X. H, Wilfred of Waterbury, Maxwell of Sutton and Carlyle of Groton. Mr. Heath died around six years ago. Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Leet of Topsham on the birth of a son, March 17. Mrs. Leet was formerly Miss Ruth McKay of this place. . Mrs. Reta McAllister was in South Ryegate Thursdav, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McAllister. Mrs. Fred Carpenter and Florence Carbee were in Montpelier Thursday. Mr. au1 Mrs. P. A. Smith returned Wednesday from their week's visit in Boston. Mrs. C. J. Bailey, who is visiting friends in Kingston, Mass., will remain another week. Mrs. ,I)hn Page has been passing several days with Mrs. J. A. Chalmers at St. Johnsbury. Sunday morning services at the Methodist church at 10:45. Topic, "What Will You Do with Jesus?" Sun day school at 12. Epworth league at 7 'p. m. Evening service at 7:30. Topic, "Men's Righta." Mr. and Mrs. Oorge Welch visited in Xorthfield this week and Mr. Welch attended the listers' meeting in Mont pelier Wednesday. Mr. Xorton returned Monday to his home at Boston, after a visit of several davs with Mr. and Mrs. Oorge Dugad. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ricker of St. .lohnslmrv were guests of Mrs. M. .J. R. Hall Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Stoddard of Grot on pond have rented the Colby house on Pine street, and move there in the near future. " Mr. anil Mrs. Levi Wilson and daugh ter, Mary, were recent visitors in Pier mont, X". H. Mr. and Mrs. D. X". McKay were among those from here that went to South Ryegate Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. George Hall. Miss Gladys Hooper, who has been at Hardwick for some time past, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. R. J. Miller of Groton pond is spending some time in Washington, D. C. visiting her niece. Mrs. Raymond Rorhan returned on Tuesday from Woodsville, X'. H., where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Page several days, while Mr. Forhan was employed on electric. line work in that vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. TilWrnry were in Montpelier and Barre Wednesday and Thursday. The schools closed this week for the Easter vacation of two weeks. J. D. McAllister j South Ryegate was a visitor in town Wednesday. S. B. Heath was at Barre on Friday to attend the Press Association ueet ing. Mrs. Margaret Markham was at K....I1. T) retro te on Tuesday to attend (the funeral of Mrs. George Hall. Mr. D. K. Gordon, w-no was caneu here by the illness of her brother, R. n nLan..t.pJ rfiirntH to her home Main un'Uf .-- Hillsboro. X. H., the first of the ort Mr T.eslie Thurston of Russell, Mass., came laft week to vts- relatives. Made Her Hits Later. Jimmy was on third base in an ex hull crsme. His mother sent a chum for him. and he gelled at Jimmy. "Jimmv. vour mother wants you. She sei vou oueht to be orae long ago. "Aw, let her come and try it," re plied Jimmy. Xew York iiun. TO-NIGHT Matilon Hamilton Star of "Earthbound " and Lillian Rich IN Malt a Clnanncc ' From the Novel by Frederic S. Isham A virile-pulsed drama of a prize fighter, battered by Fate, bleeding in body, seared in soul, who gets half a chance by a shipwreck accident, and comes back to claim the fruits out of which he was cheated, A gigantic play with climaxes that rise like Pike's Peak, and heart interest with the sweep and surge of Niagara, A tremendous production! 99 A Great Comedy and a Kinegram Matinee at : 2:15 Night at 6:43 and 8:30 MONDAY, MARCH 21 Another Great Picture With H. B. Warner "Dice of Destiny" Also Comedy and Kinogram WATERBURY Funeral of L. S. Blondin Held from St. Andrew's Church. Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock in St. Andrew'a church, the funeral ot t,.i0 uUvm,ir lllimilin was held. Rev. Robert Devoy officiated and burial was in Holv Cross cemetery, me being Thomas O'Neill, William Devine, John Carroll, Mr. McDonald. Mr. Blondin passed away at the Heaton hospital Wednesday morning, after a ill health. He was 58 years of age and was for many years a citizen of this town, tic run a mrge stoneshed here, employing about 40 men. beine. oractirally, a pioneer in the granite business in this village. The deceased was a member of the Knights of Columbus, lialligan council, oi mis town and the funeral was in their charge. He is survived by his widow V .... a ; . a and five children, desse oi iuis iun, Leon, Pauline and Marion of Lowell, Mass.. and Mrs. Marguerite jacoo oi Bethel; also by one brother, Peter Blondin of Isle La Moltc. Among those who were here to attend the funeral were Xeon Blondin of Lowell and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirby of Burlington. At the Congregational church to morrow morning, anowicr oi ur. Barnes' helpful sermons may be heard. Rev. S. C. Barnes, D. D.. of Burlington, has eiven manv fine sermons here dur- V. ... , 1- ft TI.. nir t m i lness or KCV. r.. mvn. ...p, - Sunday evening, tnristian r.naeavor meeting will be led by Mrs. Hayes; subject, "Christian Progress in Alas ka." t The TTochelasra eampfiro girls meet with Mrs. Burton Luce at her home this evening. At the Wesley Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. George H. Ixick, pastor. has for his sennon theme Sunday morning, "The Victorious Rule of an Understanding King." In the evening there will also be a short address by the pastor and the chorus will sing. Rev. L. K. Teabodv. pastor of the Advpnt Christian church, will have for his sermon topic, "Man, and hat is Written concerning Htm." In the eve ning, praise service and an address from the subject, "Come and See." At St. Andrew's church, high "mass sermon bv Rev. Robert Devoy at 10:30. This is palm Sunday. Conic and get your palms. At Dillingham .grange to-night, there will be rolleall. responded to by Irish iokes. St. Patrick's guessing contest, readings and appropriate solos. At the church at the Center. Rev. T Carfinlrl Sallis. uHstor. the sermon topic will be. "The Thorn -Crowned King. At tne evening service, jii. Sallis will speak on, "Come Over and Help Us! Who Calls!" r.cv. Robert Devoy wnt to More town this morning to officiate at the KENTUCKY GIRL WRITES LETTER How She Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Sunnvside, Ky.-'I suffered for more tlian two years with my back and was not able to help my mother do the housework-. I took treatment from two doctors and they did not do me any rooo. Mother saw T nrlin V.. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound adver tised in the paper and I took about ten bottles. It has donene a great deal of good. I weigh 138 pounds and am in good health. I will gladly recommend Vegetable Compound to anyone who gutters with the troubles which I had, and you are welcome to .publish my testimonial." Velmer Hendrick, Route 1. Sunnyside, Ky. To many American girls life is often a heavy drag in consequence of ill ness, and every mother should heed the first manifestations, such as cramps, backaches, headaches and nervousness as Mrs. Hendrick did for her daughter, and give Lydia E. I ink ham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. For over forty years thisoM fashioned root and herb medicine has been relieving women of just such troubles. funeral of Patrick Nerney at St. Pat rick's clinraji. Mr. Xerney was well known herc. Rehearsal on the Kaster cantata at 3:30 Sunday afternoon. Waterbury high school closed its basketball season Thursday evening by defeating Montpelier seminary 27 to it. The seminary played clean and hard but was not able to break through Wa terbury'a perfect guarding. They were able to score but one Held goal in each period. McOrath played good ball for the seminary. O'Brien and Lease star red for Waterbury. Montpelier sem inary girls' basketball team defeated the Waterbury high school girls' team in a very well-played game by the score of 'if! to 7. The seminary girls' pass work was very good. Misses Ran- Montpelier Business School CommercUl and English Courses Day. Evening and Home Study I. 0 IRA RICHARDSON, Principal. 0. F. Bldg. Phone S17-M. Shoe's ! AT Low Prices For spring- shoes. work or dress, men's, women's or children' call here. , The prices will surprise you. As low as any mail order house. Come in and see them. La Sasso's Store Wcbstcrvillc. dall and O'Brien played an excellent game for 'the Waterhmy girls. THAT UNEASY FEELING That dull depression, that dragged out spiritless condition it's bilious ness. Why be out of sorts with yourself and everybody else when one dose of Schenck's Mandrake Pills will do wonders for you. 80 years reputation for biliousness, constipation and bilious headache, etc 25c per box uncoated or sugar coated Dr. J. H. Schenck & Son. Phlla. AdT TlOtTfl V MASS. I A : , nm xil.,. mm I I famed for comfort, eeoTeoienee and I eourteer. Kef urniahed. All tae modern I . . . i ...... mMMnnmnl J aenrice moderate pricea. European plan, I now one of lioaum'e ahow plaeea, where I the choicest the market afforda ie aerred I la quaint and bnaotif ill eurroundinea to I i Mjrxect ibuhc. umncmc inu veimt. THE FAMOUS 7K L3. iI H KM l 3 U U b! i i WEST CORINTH Miss Mabel Gordon is slowly recov ering from Bcarlct fever. Miss Hazel Pierce, teacher in the West Corinth school, has gone to her home in Warren, to spend the Kaster vacation. Fanners have had a good run of sap the past week. Min Dorothy Rassett has returned io her home here, after spending the winter witn lier granuparenvs m vr-leans. t; I fBAZAAi 4 Days March 28, 29, 30, 31 4 Days Armory Hall Montpelier, Vt. THERE WILL BE Dancing Every Nght Four Orchicslras THERE WILL BE Games for everybody Dolls, Indian Blankets, Novelties, Fish Pond, Grab Bag, Hand-made Fancy Articles, Home-made Candy, Home-made Cake, Ice Cream. THERE WILL BE Special Decorations and Lighting. Moving Pictures every night. Special attractions for the young folks, v Eight Booths Special Orchestral Pavilion Ton of Coal, Traveling Bag, Dressed Doll, Suit of Clothes, Thermos Bottle, $10 Gold, Vacuum Clean er, Pair Blankets. Remember the Candy, Cake and Fancy Articles will be made by the ladies all home-made. Admission 10c, Dance 5 for 35c, Season Tickets $1.00. Season Tickets cover Fountain Pen, Pass to Movies, Pair Shoes, Electric Flat .Iron, Camera, Ten Pounds Sugar. $3.00 Gold, Box Cigars, Ladies Umbrella, Ham Ten articles in all. , X AUSPICES KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS j l 0 0 Where ETerykody Geea Presents for To-day Oily Elaine Percy In the Wm. Fox Feature Beware of the Bride ALSO FANTOMAS . Don't Miss It And PRINCE MUSTACHO Comedy Not What He, Wanted. t left!" asked tall, pale-faced man at the box office. "Plenty of 'em," said fhe box office man. "All down in the front, too." "tiec, I'm norry I" eaid the tall, pale man, turning away with the author of the play."-ieg. a sijj'h. "I'm -Stray Htor- j: Beauty Umurpasf ed The wonderfully refined, pearly white complexion rendered, bringt back tba appearance of youth. Re sult are Instant Highly antiseptic E xerta a (oft and soothing action. Over 73 years in us. Sen4 15 c for Trial SUt rllO. T. HOPKINS A SON I one wj I mo. T.HO LSL New I gtrZZ mi aitflrirSfiai ThjN. D. Phelps Co. las MONDAY The Big Special Paramount Super Feature Treasure Island With ALSO Bunk Artist Our Laundry Queen Electric Washer with swinging wringer or for $135 and International News Our Laundry-ette which washes and drys without a wringer $185 bazaar1 I II ' . 1 1 I Automobile Buyer If lit Telephone 28 Barre. Vt. It has been called to our attention that some- of our competitors have been misinforming the automobile public as to the price of Dodge Bros. Cars. Below is a list of Car prices f. o. b. Detroit: i Roadster $1,235 Touring 1S3 Coupe 1,900 Sedan 2,150 Screen Body Truck. . . . 1,270 Panel Body Truck ..... 1,330 f The above are on display at 303 No. Main St., Barre, Vt. A. D. HAYES, Dodge Dealer Electrical Aids for the Up-to-Date Hostess For the liasty lunch or after tea, as well as for regular everyday use, electric table cookery has become all the rage. Of course, you cannot take advantage of this popular conveniences, unless your home is wired. Why not settle this question now? WIRE YOUR HOUSE THIS SITJNG BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. Newspaper Advertising Starts the Wheels In November, business had a bluish cact. The finan cial waters were troubled. Corn and wheat and cotton were tumbling business was halting and hesitating. Everywhere you heard the croakers say, "People are not buying." - Then the retailers took tht cold plunge. Tljey began to readjust prices and offer inducements. And they advertised the fact advertised it in the newspapers of their home cities. They kept at it and kept at it. ' After a bit, buying began to wake up slowly at first, then in greater volume. - Progressive merchants who know newspaper advertis ing pulls progressively went at it harder. Business grew better and better, and by the lastr part of December many merchants were reporting record breaking sales, and, taking the country as a whoje, busi ness was good. Newspaper advertisingsaved the day and made it possi ble for the merchants to clear their shelves and reorder from the manufacturer thus loosening the clogged stream of commerce and setting the factory" wheels in -inotion. Newspaper advertising is the greatest single business force on this continent to-day. : v: