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THE BARRE DAILV TIMES, RARRE, to, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1021.
QIC HI Easter Monday and Tuesday 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 Semon comedy on Tuesday. TV Mat. at 2:l.i: night at 6:4." and 8:30 SAME PRICES NOTE This theatre wilt 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 onthe 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. a&iuoJ Finding a Way "I will find a way or There is an old Latin proverb which goes something like this : make one." A good many people THINK ABOUT saving money. A certain proportion of them of them, actually save. A considerable number who think about saving never get to the point of actually saving because they can't find an easy way to do it. For the man who hesitates this old proverb is a good one to tie to "I will firod a way or make one." You can usually do a thing if you want to do it badly enough to pay the price. " ' The price of saving money is uaaully the giving up of some thing not really neces sary for the sake of the greater good that will result from saving. If you are not saving now why not find tho way or make one? The Montpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company Montpelier, vt. Depository of the State of Vermont. "The Old Bank on the Corner," SOUTH ROY ALTOS John Anderson, who 1ms been visit- n his father in JvoUuilrt, reaencu home March 27, having been gone sev en week?. Mrs. J'artridjj of Pomfret came on IF MOTHERS ONLY KNEW During- thme dsys ho.v irony children are complaining of hcudRrhe, ftvprvihn, atom ch troublm and irregular bowela. If moth era only knew what Mother (iray' Sweet Powdera would do for their children no lam ily would ever be witnout inem. ineae. powder are to ea and pleaant to takt Blijrar social in the I. O. O. t . hnll next Wednesday to spend some time with Mrs. (Jeorgo Ka.vn.onrt at the hotel. Miss Clara Christie has gone to Brad ford, where she is nursing. Miss Mary Mason is spending her vacation with relatives in Uaysville, and her brother, Walter, went Thurs day to Tunbridge to spend the rest of the week at Klmer Howe's. Hoyt Knight went Thursday to Montpelier to attend the "mock ses sion" of legislature held there that evening. The White River gtange will hold a and so effective in their action that moth- Wednesday nieht. era wno once u- "V' "" . ( harlotte .Mason returned irom a Mtlwn ahotit them. Sold by druxiriata . . . L-verrwhere. Adv. week s visit in J unlirulge imirsday. STOWE Rev. C. E. Hay ward conducted a pre-Kaster service at the church par lors on the evening of Good Friday. The sophomore class of the high school held a very successful social at the school building Friday eve ning. The maple sugar was of excel lent quality and a pleasant hour of games and other entertainment was enjoyed. The class will realize about $9 from the affair. Miss Jennie . Wells, who has passed the winter in Southern Tines, N". C, and several weeks with her sister, Mrs. V. C. Dearborne, in Lynn, Mass., returned home Friday night and will open her millinery parlors at once, Mrs. Claude Perry and son of Barre are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alva Perry on the Barrows road. Mrs. Bert Wedge, who recently KEEP Li 0QKIN6 YOUNG It's Easy If You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets The secret of keeping young is to feci iroung to do this you must watch your liver and bowels there's no need of having a sallow complexion dark rings under your eyes pimples a bilious look in your face dull eyes with no sparkle. Your doctor will tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes from inactive bowels and liver. Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician in Ohio, perfected a vegetable 'com pound mixed with olive oil to act on the liver and bowels, which he gave to his patients for years. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the ?ub-' stitute for calomel, are gentle in their action yet always effective. They bring about that natural buoyancy v.hich all should enjoy by toning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are known by their olive color. had a surgical operation at the Fanny Allen hospital, has returned home and is doing as well as can be ex pected. S. it. Nutting is recovering from injuries received while at work in .Tames Foster's sugar bush when a log rolled on his foot. . Miss Kdith Derby is passing her Easter vacation with friends in Woodsville. A. A. Williams returned to Water bury after spending a few days at the home of his aunt, Mrs. A. W. Col lins. .lohn Peppin, who has suffered with sciatic rheumatism for over two months, was able to come to town on Saturday. W. F." Churchill and daughter, Mar ion, Mrs.. C. H. A. Stafford and Miss Kloise Stafford of Morrisville were visitors in Stowe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wright were in North Hyde Park Saturday to at tend the funeral of Mrs. Wright's sister, Mrs. Williams. Oorge Moody of Burlington passed Faster with Mrs. A. H. Slayton and Mrs. Jane Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Motilton have completed work at Montpelier and are now with his father, Daniel Moulton. Mrs. Bernie Avers and son. Dwight, of Morrisville, who passed the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lang, were accompanied home by Miss Sibyl Lang, who will pass her vacation with her sister, Mrs. Avers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farrar returned Saturday to Pittsford after passing the week with friends and relatives in Stowe. The Stowe Butter Packacre ocm pany is working a night shift in the saw mill. K. A. Tilton of Westford was a business visitor in town Saturday. Mrs. O. C. Warner of Swanton is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alva Ma gonn, and family. Miss Gladys Harvey returned to Waterbury Saturday after passing some time with lier sister, Mrs. Roy Ploof. Ariother sister, Miss Olive Harvey, came Saturday to visit Mrs. Ploof. ANOTHERWOMAN ESCAPES Mn.McComber Aroided a Serious Operation by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound Georgetown, Ill.-"After my first baby was born I Buffered so with my lieu siae uisi i could not walk across the floor unless I was all humped over, holdimrtomyside. I doctored with several doctors but found no re lief and thev said I would have to have anoperation. Mv mother in-. nisted on mv tak ing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ana 1 soon louna renei. Now I can do all my own work and it is the Vegetable Compound that has saved me from an operation. I cannot praise your medicine too highly and I tell all of my friends and neighbors what th Compound did for me." Mrs. Margaret McCumber, 27 S. Frazier St., Georgetown, Illinois. Mrs. McCumber is one of the un numbered thousands of housewives who struggle to keep about their daily tasks, while suffering from ailments peculiar to women with backache, aideaches, headaches, bearing-down pains and nervousness, and every such woman should profit by her ex perience and give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. IMMIIill Jlll 'l IMUI i hi Ml k am P V US L AM CABOT Fire Which Destroyed Hoyt Farm house Caused Death of Mrs. Hoyt. Friday morning, March 18, between the hours of 7 and 12, the farmhouse of George Hoyt and son, Ralph, was destroyed by Are, which caught from the chimney in the attic and so quickly spread that all efforts to save it proved unavailing. An alarm of fire was rapidly carried over the wires and people for miles around were soon working to clear' the house of its contents. The fire company quick ly responded and did noble work with the engine. The house was one of '.he best farmhouses in town, having been built about fifty years ago, be ing situated on an eminence a few rods from the center of the upper vil lage, making it both a pleasant and desirable dwelling place. The, original house, which was built over 100 years ago, stood but a few feet back of the one burned and was saved, as were all the other buildings. Fortunately a good-sized brook runs near the build ings, which was a Godsend at this time, providing plenty of water to supply the fire, engine. Xearly every thing" in the house was saved in good condition. The sympathy of the com munity is extended to the troubled and afflicted ones of this family, and especially to Ralph Hoyt. to whom the events of twenty-four hours brought trouble and affliction. His com panion was just recovering from an attack' of 'grip and in her weakened conditio the shock fell so heavily she was unable to withstand the strain, and on Saturday morning she passed away. Mrs. Hoyt and family ex press their appreciation and thanks to the fire company and all others who so kindly assisted in so many ways. The community unite with Mr. Hovt and family in extending thanks to 'the Marshfield tire company, which was standing in readiness to come at a moment's warning and assist in quenching th tire and saving the other buildings if needed. Howard Munroe of Dorchester, Mass., is spending a few days at the home Bert Davis of MarsnhVld was a re cent guest at Clifton Rogers." Clifford Merrifield of New York is home for ft few days, Mrs. Edna Perry was a recent, busi ness visitor in Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scott were in Montpelier recently. (larence Stevens wn a business visitor in Danville Wednesday. Harold Bullard of Marshfield is stopping a few days at Archie Bill iard'. Clifton ttopers was a business vis itor in Danville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Scott were bui 1 I ill! Iiii j f TMl TT Bay State) , Liquid Paints cover more surface and wttr longer. There is a Bay State paint, stain, varnish or enamel or every painting purpose. A Velvety Finish an Iron Resistance Inorout Varnish puts a finish on antique furniture as glossily soft as dancing moonlight and as last ing as the wood it covers. Even live steam or boiling water can't turn Inorout white, make it chip, or dull its lustre. ' Outdoors for everything varnish able, Inorout has no equal. Weather doesn't affect its shining surface. It goes through seasons of wind, snow, rain and baking sun and comes through as brilliant as when new. For inside or outside work, Inorout can't be beaten. WADSWORTH, HOWLAND A COMPANY, Inc. Bsatoo, Maaa. Lerftt Ptiot ami Varniik Makers in Stm Eellaei Yu (an bur Bay State Liquid Paint or Inorout Varnish irom L. S. Blanchard, Groton, Vt. IN0MOUT The all round varnish wa called here Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Ralph Hoyt. Mrs. W. F. Shepard of Uarre has . , engaged .mm. miuuuc . ....... - . . ness visitors m Montpelier last week. I wmJn for trimmed hats, which will Miss Uflessa l-nee is spending ner ff)Und at hpr )l0me at jAtwer CaD. Kaster vacation with her mother in faU gnd e3Urnin(S the spring stock. Montpelier. I j.. .... . 1 t T. . . 11 1 MISS Annie nmilll OI liiuinn apriiij Faster at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Smith. An item in the Hostnn Herald an nounces that at Tufts college tourna ment, the More high school baoket ball team of Bath, 'Mo., won from Springfield by a score of 30 to l.'i. One of our former Caliot bovs is athletic coach there. Mrs. Bertha Marsh is working for Mr. Walter Perry. Charles Preston of Korihfleld Falls Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Rogers nave moved to Marshfield onto a farm in company with his father, Arthur Rog ers. , wAsimoi OA' Misses Grace and rhyllis McDonald are spending the Easter vacation with their parent, Mr. and Mrs. Norman McDonald. The ladien aid society of the Bap tist church will serve a supper at the hall neit Wednesday niubt at the usual hour. Everyone cordially invited to attend. A short program is to be giv en after the supper. The Rcbekah are to hold a sugar social at Odd Fellows' hall next Mon day night, to which everyone is in vited. Mrs. Marv Swift of Orange is stop ping for a time with Mrs. Aurilla Seaver. Mrs. .T. P. Lawler went Wednesday to spend two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Hamel, in Plainfield. .llen Calef from the University of Vermont and Miss Myrtle from the S. H. S. of Barre are spending the Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Calef. i ....u.iHiMuv.uvvNvmvmv u.....................u..u....u...... .....,u.v.tiiuuiuHuuutkMtnuwtHMiHUHUvVVW TOWWWWWWW.W.V TOCTVAWTO'm VVVAiWA Al..WWA'. i , LJ , . : : : m 1 m. 482 ha m I Z9. i I I 1 12 t 4 1 4 An Event of State-Wide Importance An Epoch in the History or Barre The Opening of the "Theatre of Safety" Barrel Palace of Silent Art TO-NIGHT AT 6:00 Overture at 6:30 Second Show at 8:30 NEW PA i a A 1 i i IP"? Erected by the Black N. E. Theatres, Inc. Alfred S. Black, Pres.; Edward J. Bolen, Supervising Architect; Arthur B. Carter, Res. Mgr. WHAT TH0S. II. INCE TELEGRAPHED TO MR. ALFRED S. BLACK. A 15 XY1H8 NL CI I.VKR CITY, CALIFORNIA Hi I1KKKI.F.Y i-T IMJSTON i(ting rln to finish of production 'I.y ng Lips", will be seven wonderful reels. H as four months in the making ao this length of time nee-ary in assem bling., 'ou will cheer amashiiig ecpiem. At wedding altar mini-ter pronuni Nancy AMtt and William e man and wife, the girl hil the pcrennny and right there in tbe crowded rhurvh with a thous and giic drawing laik in horror he 1 rirks "In the Sight of id I am Another 'n"a Wife." Strongest dramatic situa tion I ever handled. THOS. H. INCK. a. m. COMING ATTRACTIONS TUESDAY TOM MIX in a speed and punch film "The Untamed" Comedy Newt. WEDNESDAY NORMA TALMADGE k in A Daughter ot t ivo Worlds' You Head the Book Comedy New. THURSDAY A special production IV Imx The Restless Sex tm'j olitKn Magazine Story wiih MARION DAVIES Comedy Newt. FRIDAY TII0S. MEIGHAN in a Paramount I'icture Conrad in Quest ot His Youth" Comedy New t. SATURDAY WILLIAM RUSSELL ia The Iron Rider Comedy Newt. The Only Theatre in Vermont With $10,000 Hope-Jones Wurlitzer Orches tral Organ The finest appointed theatre in the state auJ the only one with an installation of a Wurlitzer Hope Jones Theatre orehesthal or-jni,, e.-mprisinsr L'tJ different instruments Kt an expense of $10,000. Nothinfr has been overlooked. i:o expense has l.een spared to make for the on. fort, pleasure and safety of its patrons. This new theatre las l.een eonstrueted to conform Mrietly to the rules and regulations of the state board of health; equipped with the most 'modern heatioc and ventilating devices, fire walls and fire d.H.ri.. There is an abundanee of fire-escapes and extra spacious exits; the most modern projecting booth in the state has been installed, fully equipped with the lt.-t Simplex ma, bines and other devices .whic h make for perfect motion picture projection. The New Park Park i, a THEATRE HARRK CAN DOAT OK. To the Public We do not believe under the prevailing lusinea condition at Ilrre tliat it i a time to greatly imrcae rcpular aiiniiasiim priivs. We are confident that ith the unexcelled pic ture propram to be abown'we will receive mf. ficient troiiape at our aiiniin price to permit ui to operate at a profit and it will be our am hi. tion to play to a volumn ef buine in I?arre rather than to a hiehcr recular admiH.n pri and trut the public ill upp'rt u in the p.. tit ion taken. AMHKI) S. EICK. ADMISSION ritlCES Matinee, Childtea ioc; Adulta, 17c Evening, Cluldrea, 15c; Adult, a An Event of Brilliant Social Importance in Barre Special Car to Montpelier After the Show r 2 M XA F aA JllM.TaoK