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THE DAK RE DAILY TIMlk BAURE, VT., SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1921.
tU VOTE! What Amerl- M LJ'f ' 'i Af" if can'a favorite melo- L3 1 ' ; KMk$ 1' VOTE! What Ameri can's favorite melo dies would you like to know? Come in andvote. Reeeivefree Mr. Edison's favorite oortrait Frame hi Just tihisAl SCIENCE uses the New Edison, to detect vocal defects in medi ocre singers. Think again! Music-lovers use the New Edison, to enjoy the vocal perfections of great singers. Surely, its marvelous realism can bring you the world's finest music at its finest ? That rnly 22 singers, out of 3800, sing pur notes rn venled by the New Edison. ') DROWN'S DRUG STORE 48 No. Main St. 1K Phonograph u)lth a Soul" 66 Friday and Saturday March 25 and 26 Being happily freed from feminine entanglements, he went to the dog not the dogs. See LEW CODY in Occasionally Yoyrs" Which opens up the question whether Solomom with his thousand wives was a wise man or simply a d fool. The famous heart palpitator in a whimsical, flirtatious, funny role in which he is supported by A Score of Lucious Females Robertson-Cole Super-Special With a Great Comedy and Kinopm Matinee at 2:30 Night at. 6:43 and 8:30 SAME PRICES NOTE This theatre will be named the coming week. Every person entering the theatre on Monday will be handed an envelope containing a card on which you should write your name, place the card in the envelope and seal, then write the name you choose for the theatre on the outside ot envelope and hand in not later than ten o'clock Tuesday night. A committee of three disinterested persons will select the name, and the person whose name is chosen winner will receive Fifty Dollars, to be announced from the stage imme diately after the first show Wednesday night. Easter Monday and Tucsnay A First National Super-Attraction By Jas. Oliver Curwood NOMADS OF THE NORTH with a great comedy and Kinogram on .Monday and a new Larry S-mon comedy on Tuesday. .Ik rt Mat. Rt 2:1..; rrtrht at and $:11 ;."t rl Mr.?:. lav n-l t.p.v- i! m tl.atre and win i-VV GROWN Funeral of Mrs. M. H. Whitchiil was Held Wednesday. The sliort but Impressive funeral service for Mrs. XI. II. Wliitcliill on Wednesday afternoon was attended by a large number of village peopK Rev. Stead Thornton, her pastor, ofli -iatin.t, using the 30th psalm as scripture r?al injf. Burial was beside her lat, ''il.t band in the village cemetery. Those from awav who attended the service were HarrV C. Whilehill of Waterlmrv. Mr. and Mrs. (ieoreo W. Wliitelrll ami daughter, Ellen, Mr. and Xrr. W. A. Ricker and Dr. William .Ricker of St. Johnsbury, Xewton Vhiteliill M' Imlnea, Mrs. Hose Crown and Xlrf. .1. H. Taisey of Wodsville, N. H. The course of entertainments of the Coyt Albee Co. of Boston wa con cluded last Saturday 'evening. Mmvli 10, when Miss Mnrtino, the 'rano; Miss Siedoff and Mr. Godfrey AVetter low, pianist and .violinist, respective ly, pave the best entertainmeni of1 the whole course. This lyceum rour-e was brought to town bv the "Enryi-c class" of the Methodist church and to them the towji is indebted for such high class music. Miss Josephine Mar tina will long be remembered bv her wonderful rendering of the "Walt. Song" bv Arditi, and partieulyly her sonff, "By the Waters of Miniioton ka." To sav she held her andienc is to put it mildly. .Miss Siedoff, a primi nent mifsieian of Boston, pla.sed no small part with her accompaniment a in rounding out the evening's program. The audience showed much aymreia tion of her art as seen in the pUivin' of "Old Dance" by Beethoven, and of "America; Indian Rhapsody," by Orem, was especially fine, and characteristic. Miss Siedoff exhibited much avmpnthv and intuition. Mr. Godfrey Wettcilon gave a splendid account of himself and his violin. One wonders how many years of practice combined with nat ural ability it takes to become profi cient in the handling of the violin. Or tainly his interpretation of "Zigeimer weisen," hv de Sarasate, and the "Pol ish Dance," by Adamowski, gave prom ise of a future for this young artist, and while some people appeared to be highly amused at the peculiar name of the composers, XIr. Wetterlow with out doubt held his audience, and gained much deserved applause. The pleasing personality of all three made the joy of the evening complete Methodist Episcopal church St ea J Thornton, pastor. Epecial Easter serv ice on Sunday. Topic in morning. "The Xlessage of Easter for One Day." Eve ning topic, "The Turnpike Road." t orn and bring a friend and stay to Sunday school. v John Goodwin of Buffalo'V. Y.. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hen dry over Yednesday night. Mrs. Annette Courtney of Lyndon ville arrived here Wednesday and will visit at E. F. Clark's for a time. Miss Minnie T.ang, who teaches in Corinth, is passing the Easter vaca tion at her home here. Mrs. Jackson Jones, who suffer J a sudden illness from heart trouble on Wednesday, is now improving. Mrs. H. 6. Taylor and Mrs. Alet Burton of Woods'ville, X. H., visited Mrs. W. W. Pillsbury, their mother, the first of the week. XIrs. Raymond Borhan went to Woodsvills "Thursday to visit the re mainder of the week at thj home of her brother, Ernest Page Mrs. I. X. Hall went to MontpMier Thursdav for a few days' stay with Mr. Hall. J. E. Ricker of Burlington eame on Thursday to attend the Mineral of Mrs. Whitehiil, his aunt, arriving too late through misunderstanding as to the time, Florence Carbee went to IMainfield Thursday for a few days' visit at the home of' XIr. and XIrs. C. L. Cameron. XfrsTk H. C. Hendry and Xliss Kath leen were visitors in St. Johnsbury on Thursday. George Patch, who lives with his grandmother, Mrs. A. E. Clark, in the Vance block, relebrated his eleventh birthday Tuesday. A number of his plarmates helped in passing a merry afternoon. The little, folks all joined in games and singing and other amuse ments. Kenneth Murray has sold his farm situated in the west part of the town to William Darling. Possession to be given soon. XIr. and XIrs. Roy Heath and Mr. Frank Sanders and son, Charles, of Woodsville, X. H., were visitors of Mr. and XIrs. Charles Heath Thursday. Harry A. Pike, graduate optometrist, and eyesight specialist, will be at Mr. Sewell Carpenter's Tuesday' and Wed nesday, March 29 and o. adv. Keep Your Temper. Some men are like pop-corn as long as they keep nml they ran conceal what is in them, but whenever they get eacited they turn wrongside out. Boston Transcript. . A Difficulty. "I'll let you have the property for a long, if you pay cash down. "But if I get it for a song I'll neces sarily have to give my notcs.":BoioB Transcript. TERRIBLE CASE OF ECZEMA! Prominent Veterinaryof Dorer Suffered Torture for Twelve Years "FRUrT-A-TTVES''ancl"SootIia Salva? Finally Brought Relief Dover, N. II. "la 1D06, I began to bo troubled ith Eczema. It started on my face and gradually spread. The second Bummer, I was so badly afflicted I bad to lay off work. I would keep my hands tied up at night to prevent ditrjinff into my flesh while asleep. I spent hundreds of dollars in seeking relief. I would go for several months without trouble and then the Eczema vrould break out again and I would i be in for a siege of suffering. My bands, especially across tne knuckles, would be so puffed and swollen I could not do any obstetrical work or operations. It was about three months ago I chanced to read an ad. of 'Fruit a-tives' about a person being cured of Weeping Eczema by using this remedy and 'Sootha Salva'. I bought both and ia about a week, noticed an improvement. I have now used two boxes of 'Fruit-a-tives and one of 'Sootha Salva' and am entirely free of Eczema. My flesh is clear and smooth and I am that gratified with the result that I cannot proclaim too loudly the merits of these remedies". E. N. OLZEXDAM, D. V. M. Both remedies are sold at 50c. a box, 6 for 2.50. At W dealers or ent postpaid by FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDEXSBURG, N. Y. The Charge Indirect. W. J. Bryan's father 'once missed several large hams that had been hang ing in his barn loft. Ife suspected that the thief did not live many miles away, but he made no direct charge against anyone; in fact, he refrained from mentioning his loss to a single soul. A few days later his neighbor called. "Say, judge," said the man, "I heard you had some, hams stolp the other liipht." "Yes," replied the judge very confi dentially, "but don't tell anyone. You and I are the only ones who know it." Boston Transcript. Her Interpretation. Wife George, dear, I must have some money. Hub Why, I gave you some yester day. Wife Yes, but you know the doctor said I need plenty of change. Boston Transcript. Asure Orbs. , "Your eyes, dear, are my only books, The poet-lover sighed. "Your, fond of reading blue then," The witty girl replied. Boston Transcript. Lite Getting More Complex. An Ohio physician declares that the tnntrfli ef u u'nmuii'. uartrtrw! t.iu inHI. books, cates her disposition, and he warns us against women with long ones. hat the dickens! Xlust the fellow who goes courting carry along, an X-ray ma chine? Boston Transcript. BOSTON. MASS. I A . ; - .vim M.rfaM or ITIUWIT ear S famed for comfort, eonvenieno ami . eourtrty. Rof urniahwl. Ail to modern f eonmniancm in Try room prompt Buervica modarate prices. European plan. 1 now one of Boston snow placet, wnm Sin onaint ana1 beautiful airounoincs to perfect miuie. Dancing- ana unm. THE FAMOUS THETFORD OllOU i B .eatre To-day Only Burned When Filling a Lighted Blow Torch from Gasolene Can. iiimiatiia Yauehan. eon uf Robert .'Vaughan of Thetford Center, was aeri- oulv burned ly a gasolene explosion Wcdnesdav. He was trying to fill a lighted blow torch from a five-gallon can. 2 friendh.iwfJjjraf 1y uimLs SOUTH RYEGATE Harry A. Pike, graduate optometrist and evesight specialist, will be at do aeph McLam'a Thursday, March 31, one day only. adv. No wedding Bells for Him. "And when you asked her to wed, ahe declined." "Yea. she dismissed me without cer emony." Boston Transcript. m r Vl$ 3) , .;j jvi-Ni r' 14 f If it? l"$r SU."t ,1. J ,-!., ..1... . t .: "A. :, , ...V ,jA.lMJL' . ..t-J J, . . A FATIIFR OF THREE CHILDREN WRITES FROM CANAL ZONE Balboa, Canal 3one. A father of three children writes: "Will you kindly yend me by mail two bottlea of your Dr. True Vlixir. I cannot buy it here in Panama. I have three children and the Elixir ia the best family remedy I ever wed. When one of the children isn't feeling right. 1 give him a dose of Dr. Tnie'a Elixir and lw cornea out hale and hearty in the morning. Our chil dren have ahowed no aigna of worms since they have taken the Elixir." F. H. Purington. The prescription, Dr. True' Elixir, the Family l.axative and Worm Ex rll.r haa done wonders for sick teo- r - i pie. Xo harmful dniga works quickly t or . A j ana enevuvcij. nu. William Q-qxT presence GEORGE WALSH in JJie PllHl Jmile-a-minutc dramx ALSO His Best Girl Comedy and Fantomas gei NOTE Commencing next veek this theatre will open Three Days Only Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Matinee and Evening. Same prices. From Her Cheap Sweetheart. Young woman (holding out hand) Will you please tell me how to pro nounce the name of the stone in this ring? Is it turkoise or turkwoise? Jeweler (after inspecting it I The correct pronunciation ia "glass." Bos ton Transcript. Nature Is So CruCs. Mrs. Xcwrich (critically) Who ever saw trees look like that? They don't look natural at all. Dauber (loftily) Madam, this is not nature it ia art. Boston Transcript. Fancy Work. "Dock your daughter do much fancj work Mrs. JJriguti "Entirely too much building castles in She ia alwayi the air." Bostol Transcript. THAT UNEASY FEELING That dull depretwion, that dragged : out spiritless condition it's bilious ness. Why be out of sorts with yourself and everybody else when one dos , of Schenck's Mandrake Pills will do wonders for you. 80 years reputation for biliousness,' constipation and bilious headache, etc 25o per box uneoated or augar coated Dr. J. H. Schenck & Son, Phila. Adv. bazaar! 4 Days , March 28, 29, 30,31 4 Days Armory Hall Montpelier, Vt. THERE WILL BE Dancing Every Nght Four Orchiestras THERE WILL BE Gunes 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. 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. V 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, $5.00 Gold, Box Cigars, Ladies' Umbrella, Ham Ten articles in all. AUSPICES KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS i 1.. I , ,--,ji5 , NEW SHOES Our spring lin of thoea art in and all ready for your ia aped ioa. Come in and look then oer. Sbos are cheaper. . i amm P. Foird. STOP LOOS Don't Forget r- THE Big Closing Out Sale More and more every day the demand for the Fordson Tractor increases be cause the Fordson ha demonstrated so much usefulness, so much economy, so much labor savin, so much money saving:, along so many lines of activity. The farmer has discovered that not only for plowin?, harrowing, discing, seeding, mowing, reap ing and threshing, but a multitude of other use3; cutting wood; feed; grinding feed; churning; washing; furnishing water in the house; making electric light possible in the house and around the barns; so that, as a matter of fact, there is hardly an hour in the day, when the Tractor cannot be made a profitable servant. There is ditching Xo do; there are roads to fix; and so on all down along the line of the numer ous calls that constantly face the farmer the Fordson steps in and does the work, shoulders the complete burden of the toil and the hard work, one might almost say "drudgery." This is the Age of Machinery, the day when man plans the day's work, or the year'i work, and then turns it over to the Tractor to execute. Get the book, "The Fordson at Work," because it is free. If you cannot call for it, write ard we will mail it to you. The Tractor is not only a necessity to every fanner but is an estab'irhed utility along a great many commercial lines. Our allotment is limited to so mary each month. Let'i have your order now. Perry Automobile Co. 30 Washington St Barre, VL The Ford Agency SS'i State St. Montpelier, Vt. AT THE New York Army & Navy Store 311 North Main Street You'll never again be able to purchase this merchandise at such remarkably low prices. It pays you to purchase not only your immedi ate needs but for next fall, as this merchan dise will be far above these prices at that time. Pay us a visit. It will be worth your while. Yours fpr big bargains. Stabin's Sales Corp'n. One of Many Branch Stores Throughout the Country Vestlsi: -.Storage I, Dattcrics guaranteed a year and a liall Has Four Patents No Other Battery Can Use, H. F. Cutler & Son 13 South Slain Street, Barre. Lee & Clara D. Short. Karaaieli, Tcraiaat