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THE BAKUE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1921.
a y ANOTHERWOMAN ESCAPES Mri.McComber Aroided a Serums Operation by Taking Lydia L f inkham's Vegetable Compound Georgetown, 111. -"After my first baby was born I suffered so with my across the noor unless I was all humped over, holdingtomyside. I doctored with several doctors but found no re lief and they said I would have to have an operation. My mother in sisted on my tak ing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I soon found relief. 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 the 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 taskSj while suffering from ailments peculiar to women with backache, sideaches, headaches, bearing-down pains and nervousness, and every uch woman should profit by her ex perience and give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. 300 CANOES WERE BURNED TORTURED U HER STOMACH In $40,000 Fire at Boat House in Dedham, Mass., To-day FIRE BURNED FURIOUSLY General Alarm Was Given As'Other Dock Proper ty Was Threatened Dedham, Mass., July 7. Damage es timated at $40,000, was caused by fire early to-day when a boat house owned by John A. Tent was destroyed. The fire which burned furiously, caused a general alarm and for a time threat ened the Dedham Boat clubhouse. Three hundred canoes valued at $100 each were burned. Alter Ten Years, Slis Found Belief In "Fruit-a-lives" 8807 Sacto Ave., Sacramento, Cau "I had Stomach Trouble for ten yean, which became 80 bad that I got Stomach Cramps two or three times a week. After years of terrible torture, I read about Fruit-a-tives or Fruit Liver Tablets, andsent for a trial box. After taking the trial box, I felt better, s kept on taking 'FruiUo-tivef for nearly a year, and am thankful to say 'Fruit-a-tives' saved my life". MRS. F. S. STOLZ. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25e, At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVtS Limited. OGDENSBURG. N. Y. STOWE 'BRADFORD Mrs, Carroll Hood has returned home from the Hanover hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Worthen spent the Fourth with their son, Dixie F. Worthen, in St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dill of Sunder land, Mass., spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin. Harold Webb Raskins and Madeline Eunice Renfrew were united In mar riage June 29 at the home of the bride's mother. Hugh Warren Hastings and Jessie Margaret Stevens, of Gardner, Mass., were united in marriage June -J0 at St. Albans. Mrs. Mabel Flint and Mis Esther Carleton left July 4 for Burlington to attend the summer school there. iMss Ruby Carleton will attend sum mer school at Plymouth, N. H. At the school meeting held June 30, L. A. eal was elected; trustee for three years. Miss Emma Lunnie of Manchester, N. H., is visiting relatives and friends In town. WEST BROOKFIELD rg' rell, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Julia Shay of Montana is mak ing her home with her sister, Mrs. Har riet Chrifitopher. Mrs. Minnie Lambert went Monday to Burlington, where she will take a course at the summer school. Mrs. Abbie Nichols of Rorbury is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Untiedt. Friend? of Frank L. Robinson ofi Toronto, but formerly of Stowe, who served during the World war with the 5th Canadian mounted rilles, will be pleased to know he is spending a' month's vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L Robinson, j in Waterbury. I E. R. Bigelow, who crushed a rib in the right side when lie fell last week, : is gaining as well as can be expected. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis McCarthy andp family of Maiden, Mass., are visiting j his brothers, Frank and Fred' Mc-1 Carthy, and families. I Mrs. Mildred Russ, Miss Grace Russ and Miss Sadie Hart are attending the summer school at the University of Vermont. Miss Grace Bigelow of Springfield, Mass., is spending her summer vaca tion at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. R. Bigelrtw. Miss S. J. W. Brown of Worcester, Mass., is a guest at the Ledges. Patrons of the rural free delivery routes are asked to purchase stamps and stamp their own letters. Carriers are not supposed to' stamp letters for patrons except in cases of emergency. Patrons can procura stamps of the car riers at any time. Miss Lucy Latueh has completed her course at the business college in Burlineton and is at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Latuch. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Lawrence and family returned Wednesday from a motor trip to St. Regis Falls, N. Y., where they passeit the Fourth with Mrs. Esther Smith and other friends. C. H. Rathburn of Waterbury was a visitor at A. V. Collins Tuesday. Guy Holden has returned to Milton, after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Holden. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Sanborn of Fitch- burg, Mass.. are visiting his father. George Sanborn. Miss Nellie George has returned from Johnson, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Beaver. Mrs. C. A. Simmons and guest, Mrs. Rash On Limbs Itched Intensely Cuticura Heals "My trouble began with breaking out like eczema on both limbs. It broke out in a rash and the itching and burning was Intense. I scratched it and irritated both limbs, and my clothing aggravated it'and made it worse. I lost sleep at night as it itched and burned so. "I tried several different thinga but they did not help me. I saw an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and immediately sent for a sample. I bought more and after using one cake of Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment I waa completely healed." (Signed) Mrs. Frank H. Lockett, Main St. .Chatham, Mass. Make Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum your daily toilet prepara tions and watch your akin improve. tTrlM. Oft S IUM . turn " Sold rrnr Soapa. OtnUMStttudWt. TkilBjt. SsfCoticara 5 tiuM without mits. U. S. GUNBOAT AT TAMPICO Government of Mexico Has Thus Far Failed to Make Protest NO DEMONSTRATION BY U. S. WARSHIPS x? According to the Reports Which Come From Mexico City 3,0006,000 "A Diamond Tife on my Chalmers car had run 3,000 miles when I bought the car it has since run over 6,000 miles and still looks god for at least 3,000 more. I consider this service remarkable' Wm. H. B. Eells, Fitchburg, Mass. Anna Kimball of Simsbury, Conn., are visiting Mr and Mrs. N. H. Kaiser and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller in Greens boro. Mrs. Wilmot Alger and daughter, Mrs. Mary Moody, and children have returned to Northficld, after visiting Miss Jane Tomlinson. Madeline Wilkin is spending a few days with Miss Mildred Phelps in Wa terbury. Miss Marioria Watts returned Tues day from Knosburg Falls, where she was the 'guest of E. W. MacGibbon over the holiday. J Mrs. F. J. Holden and daughter, Kdith, went Wednesday to visit her other daughter and husband, Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Goddard, in Bakerstield. Miss MacArthur of New York City is among the guests at Seven Springs, Mexico City, July 7. The United States gunboat Sacramento, sent to Mexican waters as a result of reports reaching Washington, arrived at Tam pico yesterday, ami is anchored in the harbor there, it was said in a dispatch received last night from that city. In view of the regulations of inter national law, which provide that for eign warships can enter the port of any friendly nation and remain for 24 hours, the Mexican foreign office re fused last night to comment upon the arrival of the Sacramento at Tampico. 'Th,e Mexican government," said Elias P. Callus, secretary of the inte rior, and chief of the cabinet, last night, "does not see in the dispatch of vessels to Tampico a show of naval strength on the part of the United States, inasmuch as there is no con flict at present which might cause the hostile presence of these ships." The secretary added he anticipated no naval demonstration oy me unueu States at any Mexican port. President (jbregon refused to com ment on the situation in the absence of ofiicial communication from Washing ton regarding the sending of war ves sels into Mexican waters. The uresident declared the govern ment did not intend to rescind the re cent decree increasing the taxes on oil exported from the country, saying that everv barrel of oil taken out of Mexico represented an exhaustion of the natural resources which could not be replaced. He asserted later con ditions in the Tampico district were not as bad as reported, asserting that at present not more than five thou sand men were out of employment. He said the government was aiding them in every way possible. Ml Buy Diamonds for economy. They are the real thrift tires, and have been standard for twenty-five years. The Diamond Rubber Company, Inc. Akron, Ohio wm M N 1MM()1jH fan Gm& ,Jr irm Tii risa Jl- New Light-Six Huwr, i l2-tck whit km am 9133S r..b. Smith B4 ITS grace of line, quality of materials, power, "pep," and remarkable roadability, combined with its new low price, make the NEW LlGHT-SlX the greatest five-passenger automo bile value on the market today. Studebaker's modern manufacturing facilities and great volume of production make it possible to offer this truly remarkable value. This is a Studebaker Year NYE MOTOR CO. Inc. 266 No. Main St., Barre, Vt NEW PRICES OF STUDEBAKER CARS f. . h. F aclwict, tfrctm Jmnt Itt. 19 2 1 UCHTMX JrA ROADSTER $I3 UT.MTSIX TOl IMi CA s.i fC1AL.MX I PASS aOADSTUU 1SSS e-f CIALSIX TOH RING CAR ISIS sftCIAL-MX 4 f A4 ROAOSTUt I1S RiO&i TOLRiNG CAR ! UGHT-MX JASS. COCRE ROADSTER 1 UCHT.S4X a-RASS SEDAN V. li fRtCIAL-SIX A5S. SEDAN Is BIG-SIX 4 PASS. COUPE 3-,. MG-SIX 7 PASS- SEDAN ALL STUDEBAKER CAIS ARK EQUIPPED WITH CORD TIRES FLAIN FIELD Dr. K. K. Corson of Marshfield was in town Thursday evening. Kdwin Bond has sold bis residence in the village to Mr. and Mrs. Frank . . . . Mix Evelyn Coburn has cnarge. oi the birthday entertainment for July, which will le given at the regular Re bekah lodge meeting Friday evening, July 8. Waldo Bemis of Hardwick spent Thursdsy with his CTandparent, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Dwinell. Mr. and Mrs. John Parks and son, Roland, were in camp last Kundsy at Kdgewater, with guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv S. Parks of Barre and Dr. Kve lyn fclocum of White River Junction, Mrs. Suan Parks of Barre and Mrs. Fanny Perkins of Randolph. John Hill returned last week from a visit to F-dson Hill in Middlesex. Will Leavitt and son of Iowa are vixiting his brother, E. F. Leavitt. Mrs. Lucy Hollister is visiting at Herbert Gray's in Calais. Lee Townsend and family were vis itors in St. Johnsbury and Littleton, X. H., the first of the week. Mrs. Fanny Buxton is visiting at the home of her' son, J. B. Buxton. Mi Mini Dodge of Xlontpelier is spending a few days with he parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dodge. Miss Marjorie Moore and Miss May dean Dix were in Montpelier a few days to attend the Epworth league in Hitute. Miss Minnie Dodge wss in Baire Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Whrtcomb of Barre were visitors io town Sunday. Mrs. E. A. Martin was a visitor in Barre Monday. Mrs. Laura Golden has returned from North Hat ley, T. Q., where she visited her sister, Mr. Charles Hawes. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Fifield were in Cabot recently, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Pitkin. Mr. and Mrs. Medose Pelkey were Barre Saturday. Ijewis Duchaine has sold his farm to F. B. Martin of Barre and has moved hi family to Berlin. Haves Basstt- and daughter, May- dean, were visitors in Barre Friday. Miss Esther Holden of Williamstown Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. A. Mar tin. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Leach Thursday, June .10. Arch BatcheldT cf Framingham, Mass.. hs been spending a few davs in town. E. V. Duke fias returned from his viit at Rouses Point, X. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Frd Davis of Water I ury wrre visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Silas Willis' home the first of the eek. Marjorie ljidcsu of Manchester is spending part of hr vacation with her nmthi-r, Mr. B. S. Ladeau. Maynard Spencer and Mrs. Anna Bassett of Barre were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Spencer Sunday. Erne.t Brown and his mother, Mr. Fred Brown of liehanon. X. H.. wrrc visitors at Levi Johnson's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Page were in Bnrre and Montpelier Friday tn busi ne. Mis r,nf- Batchelder was a visitor in Marshfield Saturday. Waher Page, Kenneth, Roy and Clayton Buxton were in ramp at Ed;;e ter ovrr the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wood of Lane boro. Mass., were visitors in town on Wednesday. Mrs. Wood will be remem bered as Miss Lrnora Batchelder. Mr. and Mrs. George Cole of Barr ere visitors in town part of last week. Danoe at Woodbory !-ake hwi Fri day r.igM. Good iuic and a gd time. adv. CORD AND FABRIC DIAMOND RED AND GREY TUBES Reynolds Son, Barre" ft EW BURY The Fourth was ushered in with the firing of cannon and clanging of the village bells the noise of which was deeply aqqreciated by those of a ner vous disposition who had forgotten that they were once boys. Young Amer ica was out in full force and in their patriotic aeal were carried a trifle be yond the realms of patriotism. In the good old time, say when we were dots, gates were often misplaced, porch chairs were found on other piazzas and there was a general mix-up all around hut the onlyhing we noticed out of place on the morn ot the day we celebrated was a one horse dump cart on the roof of Hale's store.- How in the world it got there is a mystery. Some think it was dropped by aeroplanes which pass over our town"like ships in the night." let there is another ver sion. Keep it mum; there were three suspicious characters seen in town" Sun day. One a prominent lawyer of Boston, a notert dentist oi me same nij ana a skilled mechanic from Barre, Vt. Know ing these parties fcpra their youthup, feel justified in making the statement that they didn't do it although it looks mighty suspicious, as the doctor had wheel gTease on his pants Monday morning which resembled the wheel grease on the axle of the dump cart and the skilled mechanic dug out for Barre as soon as suspected, while the lawyer did not show up Monday. The dump cart is still on the roof, and the suspects are at large at this writing. Several of our townspeople took in the sights at St. Johnsbury and Barton on the Fourth. The stay-at homes vis ittfd Hall's pond, and the picnic at West Xewbury where they had, as they al ways do, a good time. George Fabyan was honfe over the Fourth. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Bayley of Lex ington, Mass., Doctor Irving John and Mrs. Johnson of Boston, Freeman Cilley and wife of Barre, Vt.,and F. L. Cobb of Boston were week-end visitors, as well as Fourth of July guests. It must have been inspiring to the Xellie Gill players last Friday night as they looked down upon the se of up turned and expectant faces of thier turned and expectand fseea of their very best. Mr. Cogswell iin the role of "Lightning" captivated his audience, an audience wnien nas negun io je this quiet and gentlymanly man, and held ite undivided attention from the start until the' finish. He brought to the mind of many, Joseph Jefferson in his wonderful character sketch of Rip Van Winkle while Xellif Gill in an en tirely new role brougth down the house with her goo goo eyes for the judge whom she Fassooed and finally led round ( as she always does 1 with a string. At the close of the enterteinment words were heard from all quarters express ing satisfaction, and there seemed to be a feeling of thankfulness that the Xellie Gill players were to come again in two weeks. Mrs. Sidney Perkins is this week in Xew York tsking the in the World's Christian Endeavor convention. She is accompanied bv her daughter, Mrs. Mc Xeil. who is a delegate of the six Christ ian Endeavor local union. A United States aeroplane on its way to Boston under the command ofLieu tenant Samuel P. Mills landed an the meadow of Wilmar F. Perkins' on account of engine trouble, Monday July 4th. This visitor from the clouds sttracted a large number who came to welcome the first ship ot the air to visit Xewbury. Lieutenant Mills.who is a native of Vermont, his birth place be in? South Rveate. has many friends and acquaintances in this place, and his his unexpected visit gave them much pleasure. WASHINGTON pelier, Aug. 6, 1873, son of Lucius and Irene Sanders. He lived most of his life in East Montpelier and Calais, moving to Orange in 1916. He was mar ried to Miss Bertha Carr of Wood bury Xov. 5, 1804. Mr. Sanders is survived by his wife, one son and two daughters, two sis ters, one brother and an aged father. Funeral services were held at the house this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. C. ,A. Simmons officiating, with burial in the Robinson cemetery in Calais. ByTon E. Sanders Died Suddenly Tues day of Heart Trouble. Byron E. Sander passed away very suddenly at his home on the Barre road, just over the line in Orange, Tuesday morning, July S, of angina pectoris. Mr. Sanders had been in very poor health for some time, but he was up and around a usual that morning and was taken very suddenly, living only two hours. He was born in East Mont- Mrs. Cyrus Metcalf has a brother from Randolph visiting ner for a few days. Mrs. Fred Grant and little daughter, Lorrslrie, who have been stopping in town for the past"few weeks, left last Monday to visit relatives in Ottawa, Canada. Lee Whitney, our new stage driver, has hired the Peter Gallant house and moved his family there. I E. Cheney has moved to his house in Orange. Mrs. Morrison of Graniteville has purchased of C. W. Huntington the W. G. Eastman house and is moving there. Rev. C. A. Simmons, pastor of the Universalist church in Washington, will preach a sermon in that church next Sunday morning upon the theme, "The Mission of Jesus Christ." All are welcome. Sunday school at noon. Has Your Back Out?. I "Nil MARSHFIELD Dane at Wwihcr Lake h-me Fri "t irM Good scutf and a jr"d Given S a dull, constant backache slowing you up making you feel years older than vou should? Are you tired, lame and achy tortured with sharp, stabbing pains? Do you find it hard to keep going impossible to be happy or enjoy your work? It's time, then, you looked to your kidneys ! The kidneys are the blood-filters. When they weaken and slow up, the system becomes overloaded with uric acid and other poisons. Backache, sharp, cutting pains, headaches, dizzy spells and distressing urinary disorders naturally follow. Don't wait for some serious kidney ail ment to set in" Help your weakened kidneys before the trouble becomes chronic. Use Doans Kidney Pills. Doan's have brought new health to thousands. They should help you. Ask your neighbor! Read How These Barre Folks Found Relief: I at .i. n Lvry Picture TtlU m Sfry" Mr. A. Tanjuay, 14 First street, says: "A few year ago I a in a very bad har with my back and kidneys. My back a very lame and pained badly at times. s nervous and languid all tfte time suffered with headaches and dizry Mv kidneys ere very weak sad irregular in action. A friend advised me to try Dnan's Kidney Pills. at4 I got live After a short time they relieve er fail to recommend Dnln's Kid- I ws end spell. box ire I net imt Pill, for they are -onderful. Geo. W. Lander, cigar manufacturer, Qi South Main street, says: 'Sme years ago I used a box of Poan's Kidney Pills. I had frequently seen them recommended in a local paper by rrtizen of Barre but never had occasion to use them until my back higan to bother me some time ago. I got a rox of IV.an's Kidney Pil! snd they acted tt a tonic to my kidneys and I have never needed any since." Mra. F. Caasjva, 21 Fsrwell street, says: "I use Doen's Kidney Pills at differ ent times whenever I notice any kidney disorder, such a irregular action of my kidney and a heavy pain acro my back. This aggravate me very min-h hen it is necessary t bead over. I alay yt Dnan's Kidney Pills at Cumaiing A Lew is" Prug Str and they greatly relieve this condition. Wio,,al use of Poan's slaay gives satii-factory reuhs." Doan9s Kidney Pills At all dealers, 60c a box. Foster-Milburn Co, Mf&. Chemists, Buffalo, N. Y.