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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, APRIL .5, 1021. AH Mothers Will Find Use For This Laxative Give Dr. Caldwell'. Syrup Peptin to tv constipated child and noto it quick recovery. IN a growing family the subject of thought with the parents is how to keep the children healthy and happy, and what to do when they become ill. Most illnesses of childhood are the symptoms of constipation, such as headaches, coated tongues, flatulence, dizziness, loss of appetite and sleep, biliousness, etc. You can surely feel safe in doing what tens of thousands of others do with good results, so give, according to the age of the child, a small quantity of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. Eight million bottles were bought last year at drug stores. It is America's favorite family remedy for constipation, indigestion and similar ills, and is especially suitable for children, women and old folks as it is so mild and gentle in action. There is no secret about Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. It is a combination of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin and pleasant tasting aromatics. Druggists have sold it for thirty years, and a sixty cent bottle will last for months. Experienced mothers are never without it in the house. ' A TRYITFREE Send me your name and ad dress and I will sendyou a free trial bottle of my Srrup Pepsin. Address me Dr. W. B. Cald well, 513 Washington Street, Monticello, Illinois. Every' body now and then needs a laxative, and it is well to know the best Write me today. RANDOLPH CABOT Wallace Rriil in Paramount picture, "Double Speed," also magazine come dy at new hall, Cabot, Friday evening. 'April 8, at 8:.')0. See "the handsomest man on the screen" kicked from a bank as a common hobo. See him a chauf feur, millionaire, social lion, lover, etc., arretted for his own murder and as for blue blazes auto speed stuff come and see; 22c and 33c. Dance after pic tures. adv. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE AMERICAN LEGION, MONTPELIER POST NO. THREE AT THE CITY HALL, MONTPELIER, VT. APRIL 6TH, 1921 Colored Man, Who Escaped at Ran dolph, Is Landed in Chelsea Jail. Offieero. who have been on the track of one West, a colored mun. who es caped from the lockup here last week, have finally micceeded in capturing the man and he in now in the Chelsea jail. It is understood (lint the railroad men are positive that it was he who en tered the Sharon and Royalton Center station previous to the trouble here. At one of the places he found money which he took, but the amount is not known. Both offenses are much great er than tnc one commuted in nan- dolph, and ho must answer for all bo- lore being treed trom his confinement. Arthur (lalaineau, who has been em ployed in the A. and I. store at Roches ter during the winter, has finished work for that company and has come here with his family, till he decides just what he will do. Arrangements are being made by him to engage in the insurance business, but no definite plan is yet made. Arthur Austin of Burlington was the guest of his brother, Ernest Austin, on Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Angell and their daughter, Miss Miriam, have returned from a six weeks' trip to Florida and are again at their home tin the high lands. Miss Mildred Fuller, who has been in Florida for ten weeks, where she was the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. R. Sargent, has returned and is again at her position in the bank. Mjrs Arlene Rowe. a visitor in Chel sea for several days lust week, re turned home Saturday to resume her i-chool on Monday. Richard (irant of Burlington was in town Monday the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Grant. H. A. Leonard is installing an elec tric light plant in his store, and will soon be able to use his own electricity. H. I). Banister, the guest' of his daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, in Xorthficld over Sun day, has returned to his home here. "HAS THEM ALL BEAT" SAYS TRAVELING MAN Wakes Up Fresh and Full of Energy and Can Work All Day Without-Tiring Since Taking Tanlac. Still another well-known traveling man endorses Tanlac. This time it is J. M. Crossman, of Horton street, Rut land, Vt., the popular representative of Procter & Gamble in Vermont and New Hampshire. "This Tanlac has got the world beat," said Mr. Crossman, "when it comes to bracing a man up and making him feel like working. For a year or so before taking it I hadn't been up to the mark by a long shot. "Si'hen I became awfully sick from being vac cinated and had to spend six weeks in a hospital, following which I had indi gestion all the time and ate so little my strength all left me. Jfany a night I got practically no sleep at all, and then I got up with a mean, worn out, feeling and a nervous headache that stayed with me all day long. I never felt like calling on my trade, for 1 had so little vim and energy it was a task to talk to anybody. "So many people were talking about Tanlac I decided to see what it would do for me, and, tir, it proved to be the very thing I needed. Honestly, I sleep better now than any of my six chil dren and wake up feeling fresh and vigorous. I make a full hand at the table, too, and can eat just anything I please without feeling a moment's discomfort afterwards. can go out on the road and meet my customers and talk business all day long and feel good all the time. Irt fact I don't think I ever felt better in my life. Tanlac certainly delivers the goods." Tanlac is sold in Barre by Gumming & Lewis, and by the leading druggists in every town. Adv. The Theatre of Safety THE NEW PARK THEATRE Barre's' Palace of Silent Art Presents for To-day Only WALLACE REID in the Paramount: production ALWAYS AUDACIOUS also QUACK DOCTOR and OUTING CHESTER . TO-MORROW ONLY WATERBVRY FERDINANDO'S ORCHESTRA Jl Among the district highway eommis sieners appointed in the southern purt of the state is noted Charles J. Dube, a forrur resident of Duxbury. People from this way are glad of the honor that has eome to him. Since leaving here, he has been superintendent of streets in Brattlebjro. The remains of Mrs. .T. Tlubbard Palmer were taken to Morctown yes terday, accompanied by her son-in-law. Frank Bulkeley. The funeral was held there this afternoon. Miss Julia Shipman of the Keene. X. II., high school was an over-night guest here at her home. Miss Shipmau was one of the speakers at the V. YV. C. A. conference in Burlington. Mrs. D. D. Grout remain at the Mary Fletcher hospital for care and treatment. Frank McGratli, who is recovering from an operation at the Fanny Allen hospital, is doing well. Schools reopened Monday in the vil lage at the Center and in most of the rural districts. Mr. and Mrs. Addison Colton have Biiou TO-DAY at the T heatre Frank Mayo The Popular Universal Star in- The Hitching Post A Western story that will make you sit up and take notice.. Also Tipped Off Uncle Tom's Caboose, comedies THURSDAY Mabel Normand in What Happened to Rosa Remember "Mickey" See Mabel in this one. A Goldwyn feature. Also SCREEN MAGAZINE and RUTH OF THEi ROCKIES. The Little House With the Small Price Matine, 2:15; Admission, Children 10c, Adults 15 Evening 6:15 and 8:.'J0, Admission, Children 11c, Adults 20c Tax Taid. Qmmiii''t''r'r- " ' l '' Jj-- 1111 -.i--hM' M,nr- SAMUEL GOLDWYN and REX BEACH '.. Present I amous story moved trom the U linen tarm and .Mr. f"f? and Mrs. M. C. O'Brien have moved Lu! into the village. I I he annual tjiankoffertng meeting of the woman's home missionary frciety of the Congregational church will be held with Mrs. B. R. Demcritt Wednes day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Criggs of Barre ! spent Sundav at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Demeritt. Sold by The Barre Drug Co., New Park Theatre Bid., E. A. Drown, 48 North Main Street. $1.00 per bottle Directed by CARL HARBAUGH 6-PAUL BERN To-day is Laughing Day at ISORTHFIELI) Years !ad Luck i with MAX UNDER Take all the comedies you ever saw, extract and count every laugh, snicker and ile. The total will not ap proach the genuine whole-hearted, rib-tickling, tear compelling laughter you will get from this Robertson Cole super-special which is justly acclaimed to be the FUNNIEST FIVE-REEL COMEDY EVER MADE The Laugh of a Nation Also Farnum in a two reel Western THE DESERT RAT All the thrills and punch of a regular feature MATINEES at 2:13 NIGHTS . 6:43 and S:30 WEDNESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'C.rady of St. Albans were Sunday visitors at. the ; home of hisister, Mrs. Maurice Ryan, I on School street. Miss Helena Fit zsimonds of I'nder ' hill has been spending a few days the past week in town, the guest of .Miss 1 Florence Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Kremont I.ovett and (children of Worcester, Mass., are at the home of her parent-, Mr. and Mrs. C. ' XV. Pillsbiirv, on Vine street. I Mr. and Mrs. L. (3. Derick and rhil ! dren of Montpelier were at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. (. Ookey, recently. ' , Mrs. V. A. Wheeler, who has been seriously ill. is a little more comfort able. She is leiiig cared for bv Mrs. I I.imie Kerr. Prof. K. R. B. Flint, repre-enlativc from Northfifl.l, accompanied by Mrs. I r uni, returned iiome i nursuav nignt. The last number of the Northfield lecture course, which wis under the ili- t ritinn r f flu Vi.atin f-lnti u-aa 1ml. I in armory hall last week. Davis, the musician, pave the entertainment, which was first class and greatly en jovrd by the large number present. The course has been a decided mires I in everv uv this season, and after I all expenses are met the pro-eeds will po toward the district nurse fund of I Yorthfield. Mrs. W. .T. Fike. who has been e rioiiflT ill for the past week, is a little more comfortable. Captain and Mrs. Walter CI. Merkle re the parents of son, Dalton Km- eron. lorn in Coblenz. Germany, March 31. Captain Merkel is rraduate of Norwich university in the class of 1015, and Mr. Merkel was "formerly Miss Hestra Kmern of this town. , Mrs. I.vnn Hill and daughter. I'hil- lis. who he been visitinir the for-: mer's mother, Mrs. Levi Wilson, in I l.roton, returned home Fridav. Mi Nellie Gill, who has been pending the past ten davs in town, a guest at the home of Mrs. M. M. Cur tis on Cro street, has gone to Ran dolph, to tend a few- days liefore going to riainlx-ld. Mr. and Mrs. Fred F.unvrill were surprie4 Wednesday evening when some fiTi of their neighbors gathered at their home near the Harlow bridge, to lemind them of their i'vth weddinf ti nierry. The piiet f.reented their, ho-t and hotes substantial gifts with thf-ir erv .bet wishes. Refreshments (were M-rve.l and a very 1eant eve ning spent. Mr. and Mrs. Kumrill have spent the Bremer part of their married life in Northfield. where they have a Urg riri-le of friends and - Tisintanes, who ettend ery bet i-ties. Mr. and Mr. T.eon ThurVr vt Wil- , Iiammwn l ave V-n spendine few also added attractions and musical program by. Mr. Elwin Baker on oar 510,000 Hope Jones oran Matinee 2.15: Admission, Children 10c; Adults, 17c. Evening, 6.45 and 8.30. Children, 17c, Adults, 22c, tax paid. 'tfiiiXii TWO PAIR SOCKS FREE WITH EVERY $10 SALE The Only Original In j and Navy Stor 311 No. Main Street ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE H ONE MESS PAN OR ONE CANTEEN FREE WITH EVERY $10 SALE ffv n en i i-an n e?er seen in 'Barre Come one and all. We will surprise you. We will show you the real down fall of the New York Market. The Merchants are wondering how we can do it. No goods sold to storekeepers. We advise you to come early and avoid the rush. The Biggest Bargains of the Year $8.00 wool pants, now . . . $2.95 $15.00 mackinaws, all wool, special today, $5.95 All $5.00 wool army shirts now . . $2.95 $7.50 lumberman shirts now . . $3.25 Wool socks, 3 pairs for . . . . $1.00 $3.00 Sweaters . $1.00 "Pall of a Saint" With a Larrv Scmon corned v with a Pathe News (1ir CIt. Hn in ernflnTed In T?n 5 5ph. ha lieen at hi bmse in tnn A Difference. i !,. ri-w h i!-arj (th thr rirr I $2J0 Caps, now Joe $1J25 Slipovers, now 49c $2.00 Sheep-lined Mocasins. .75c Whew Boy! Now Comes the big Surprise of ashington County This is the ONLY ORIGINAL Army and Navy Store in New England States . . . ..."