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THE BAKHK DAILt TIMES, BA11KE, VT MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921.
To LMU Weight Take Yeast Wltfe 1FOH New Yeast Tablets IRONIZED YE ASTV Bring - Results Often in Half the Usual Time To Build Firm Flesh, Beautify Your Complexion Increase Your Strength, Energy and Nerve Force tTry This Great New Tonic. Watch the Quick Results! 6 I Weak, thin, nervous and run-down folks are finding that yeast bring its splendid results often in halj the usual time when it is taken with organic iron, as in IRONIZED YEAST. The reason is that in IRONIZED YET you get the benefit of two splendid health-builders instead of only one, as formerly. Yeast with its energy-giving, tissue-building vitamines, helps put new flesh on your bones, strengthen your muscles, clear your skin and calm your shattered nerves. Iron is needed to make your blood rich, red and strong. Both these essential substances are lacking in the average modern diet. Yet both are absolutely necessary to perfect health, and that is why both have been combined in IRON IZED YEAST. If you are thin, or run down and want to nil out the hollows in your cheeks, neck, shoulders and limbs with good, solid flesh if you suffer with pimples, blackheads, boils or other humiliating skin blemishes and want to quickly acquire a fresh, youthful, dean-looking skin the kind that , is loved and admired by everyone if you are easily fatigued and want to increase your strength so that you can tackle hard work and enjoy it then, in justice to yourself, give IRONIZED YEAST a trial. Notice the almost immediate results it brings. See how quickly your figure round out and how quickly your skin acquires a new freshness . and charm, once your system is given the vitamines and iron that it needs. ST. ALBANS 34, SPAULDING 0 Barre Boys Fumbled and Were Drawn in By Tricks ST. ALBANS PUT UP FINE GAME Five Touchdowns Were Scored in Game at St. " Albans " St. Albans, Oct. 10. St. Albans high school football team made another step toward the state school championship Saturday bv defeating the Spaulding high school of Barre by the score 'of 34 to 0. The game was played in a downpour of rain. Spaulding fumbled badly, but St. Albans went through the came without a slip in holding the ball. Open play to any extent was impossi ble and but little aerial , worse was at tempted. St. Albans worked criss-cross plavs successfully, although out- 12 WITNESSES IN GRAFT PROBE Summoned to Appear Be fore Meyer Legislative 1 Committee CONTRACTORS ARE UNDER INQUIRY Payments of $58,000 Al ready, Alleged Uncovered , 2-" it.! Jew lork, Oct. 10. Twelve w nesses, wall knowledge of alleged pay menU of graft by contractors to ob tain city contracts in the borough of Queens, were summoned to appea be fore ' the Meyer legislative committee at the resumption of Its investigation of the city administration. Payments totalling $Ti8,000, alleged to have Won made by contractors in Queens already have been recited be- veipbed. Line plunges opened big holes Ifore the committee, and it was asserted in Spaulding's line. The summary i folher K'miiar payments would be A htamtifmt, 'Welt munArJ fifwrt, m cktir, firth youthful tkm good hoaltky coUtt ifwM ore only pot nbUwUnthmuapropcmtmnt of Tttamimn omd iron tm your $y Urn. IRONIZED YEAST u rich imootk 7mwsv IRONIZED YEAST ii pleasant to take and will V tZTJr impUTluni . not in any way upset the stomach. It contains, In highly concentrated form, the highest grade ot specially cultured yeaat, grown under the strictest supervision ft medicinal purposes, and besides be in rich In yeast vitamines also contains the v -ally essential Fat Soluble A and Water Soluble C vitamines. In addition it contains iron in its easily assimilated form organic Iron similar to that found in spinach. Each package contains 60 sanitape-wrapped tablets (10 to IS days' treatment) and costs only f 1 .00. Bear In mind that there is only one genuine IRONIZED YEAST. Do not accept substitutes or inferior imitations. Special directions for children in each package. Sold at all druggists. There is only one IRONIZED YEAST. Do not accept substi' rates or inferior imitatioas. mm- t 1 a. - ay HIGHLY CONCENTRATED ViTAMtM6 TONIC Selling reprmaentatloot HAROLD P. RITCHIE ft CO., he, 171 Madusa Am,NeTork Gty IRONIZED YEAST is told on a money back guarantee if not perfectly satisfied with results. SINGLE G AT ST. ALBANS. Ready for Race with Verlie Patchem Wednesday. St. Albans, Oct. 10.--Single G, this year's sensation on the grand circuit with a mark of .li59, has .arrived. in this city for the match raca with Ver lie Patchem, 2:02Vs, owned by Guy BuHh of Sheldon. The famous pacer, when he stepped from his "Pullman" seemed in fine fettle and the caretaker said that the Indiana horse was as good as he looked. Ed. Allen, Single tj's regular pilot,' was on hand Sunday and gave the pacer a work-out so that the horse could get the feel of the lo cal track. It is expected thst the race will be the greatest ever held on Blue Bonnet park and Wednesday afternoon every race lan lor miles around wiu nave the opportunity to witness two of the fastest horses in the country in ac tion. The purse is $2,000, winner take 11. Mr. Bush said to-day that, he did not believe in bragging, but Single G w:il know there is a horse race on Blu? Bonnet park before the afternoon is over. Mr. Biinh came across with the in formation, which is new to many, that Verlie Patchem in 1919 defeated Sin gle (J and Miss Harris M at Youngs town, O. In that race Verlie set tie state track record, which stood intact until this summer. The Bush horse, before coming to Vermont, was from Indiana. There will also be three other race on the card Wednesday afternoon, 2:itf trot or pace; 2:yi trot or pace and 2:24 trot or pace. Purse of $tD0 .s t.'ie prize for each clasa. MOTHER, QUICK! GIVE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP FOR CHILD'S BOWELS Not Nowadays. A little bov, ths youngest member of a large family, was taken to see his married sister's new baby. Ho seemed more interested in the contents of the baby's basket than in the baby, and after examining several pretty trifles, picked up a powder-puff. .Much surprised at his discovery and looking rather shocked, he said: "Isn't she rather young for that sort of thing?" Los Angeles Times. ji (fllf ftcll I, (tifc fifS !N it n Kven a sick child loves the "fruity'' taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the little tongue is coated, or if vour child is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold, or has colic, a teaspoon fill will never fail to open the bowels. In a few hours you can see for yourself how thor oughly it works all the constipation poison, sour bile and waste from the tender, little bowels and gives you a well, playful child again. Millions of mothers keep "Califor nia Fig Syrup" handy. They know a teaspoon! ill to-day saves a sick child to-morrow. Auk your druggist for pen nine "California Fig Syrup" which ha directions for babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say ''California" or you may get an imitation fig symp. Adv. 84 of All Failures Were Non-Advertisers These are the 1920 figures of the big commercial agencies. it 1 They are interesting! statistics, yet there is nothing remarkable in the facts disclosed. The concern that adertises recognizes that advertising is the greatest and cheapest sell ing force we have to-day. And moreover, the advertising is in itself evidence of business life. It is enthusiasm for quality and service bubbling out into print All advertising does not succeed. Some times it is badly done. Advertising in the right place, at the ri?ht time, backed by the right goods will invariably win. The foundation of advertising success is picking the right markets and the right me dium. The national advertiser who starts on this basis plans intelligently and has the battle half won. The right medium for reaching the largest number of customers, at the lowest cost, in any market, is the daily newspaper. Just Like a Club, Percy Did you" notice what rrcst interest he is taking in girls these days? , Kcggie I should say so;. he told me he wants to get a girl this winter whose father has a large supply of coal and cigars where he can peiif his evenings in a warm parlor. Wash ington Star. St.-Albans H. S. Spaulding IL S, Gravelle. le. re. Miles Alexander Ic..... re, Tierney Bates. H rt, O'Keefe J. Willis, Ig ...... rsr, Orland Sharrow, c ,.:i...e, Gal Kittle, rg , Ig, Elmwood Jennings, rg . . .....Ig, Creighton Valley, rt... .....It, Abiatti W. Willis, Bradish, re. ..le, Nicora Godfrey, qb. ........... . .b, Watkina Abies, Ihb rhb, O Leary Lamb, Maloney, rhb. ..... Ihb, Bradley K. Willis, fb fb, Slavto Score, St. Albans 34. Touchdowns, E, Willis, Godfrey, Abies, Lamb 2. Goals from touchdowns, E. Willis 4. TJtn four 10-minute periods. Impressions Brought Home from St - Albans. Reports from Saturday's affair in St Albans show plainly 'that Spauldftig didn t need to leave Barre to be defeat ed. She defeated herself. It was the same old, very old, story of too much confidence, a flight reverse and good night! Two plays were all that were need ed by St. Albans. The rest was done by the Barre bovs themselves. Coach Lundholm knew these two plays aril knew them upside down andjnside out. He knew them early last week and im mediately starting drilling them into his charges. The last words the coach spoke to the )nj before they went into the game Saturday was to watch for those plays and do as they had been shown and as they had done. In the first scrimmage of the game St. Albans tried one of the plays, Spaulding for- got and the result was a tally. The Barre team was thenceforth demoral ised, i One oj these plays was a scheme whereby the Spaulding ends would be sucked in and the play made around the end with the widest vacancy. The local ends were instructed and drilled to play out wide. In the first scrim mage they did the opposite and dove in diagonally. 1 he hrst score resulted, after a long run by St. Albans. The other play was the cross-buck, two men starting as if one had the ball thereby drawing the opposing team onto them while the quarterback, keep ing the ball, went through any one of ine notes made try the trick. Every Spaulding man had been coached to play hi man and remember that there were also players on the other end. If these instructions had been . followed the cross-buck would never have worked the eoach believed as the quar terback would have had no hole to go through. As soon as the ball was passed, bow er. Coach Lundholm tells, his men would immediately tear after the man with the ball. As a consequence they were repestedlv fooled by thisttrick and the score tells the rest. The only player to plav football and play it ev ery minute was OrlandTi, according to the coach. Orlando, by the way, never played in a football game until a week bj.'J Saturday. He is cool headed, how- ever, and remembers and does exact ly as he's told. Our Smart Youngsters. "l'a, what s the longest sentence y.iu ever nesrdr "Twenty years," said his father jok ingly. Huh! That sn t a sentence it hasn't any verb." Boston Transcript HOW WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE May Escape the Dreader! Suffer ings of That Period by Taking Mrs. Block's Advice it i it j Hopkins, Minn. "During Change of lire I had hot flashes and suffered for two yearn. I j saw Lydia b.Pmk 1 ham's Vegetable Compound adver tised in the paper and got good re sults from taking it. I recommend your medicine to my friends and you may publish this fact as a testi monial. " M r a. Robert Block. Box 642, Hopkins, Minn. It has been said that not one woman in a thousand passes this perfectly na tural change without experiencing a train f very anncyir? and some times painful symptoms, innsecreadiui not flashes, sLnkinir spells, spots before the eyes, dizzy spells, nervousness, are only a few of the symptoms. Lvery woman at this age should profit by Mrs. Wock'e experience and try Lyd a L. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. If yea have the slichtest doubt that I Lydia E. I'mkhara'a Vegetable Com- r-unl will help yiu write to kvdia 1- ' inkfcan Me4:cme Co. (cor.fi i ntiii) 1 Ljr.n. liasa., about your beai'-h. SCORELESS TIE. shown to have been made. MANY WOMEN STARS. Will Participate in Colt Tournament at Bayside, L. L Xew York, Oct. 10. Women golf stars who participated in last week's national championship tournament at Deal, N. IL, will appear the week of Oct. IS in aa open tournament at Be lair Golf club, Bayside, L. I., it was announced to-day. i Mrs. W. Gavin, Announcing the tour nament, said entries to-day included Mixs Marion Holling, the national champion, Mieses Cecil and Edith Leitcb, stars, Miss Aiexa Stirling, the lormer American title holder. Mrs Clarence Vanderbeck, Mies Edith Cum- things and Mrs. F. H. Letts. Entries will close Oct. 17. The club has appropriated $1,000 for prizes, the first prise to be a IM'O trophy. i - Billiard Experts in Match. New York, Oct. 10. Edouard Her mans ot ttelgium, Kuropeaa billiard champion, and Koji Yamada of Ja pan, were opponents in an 18.2 balk line match for 1800 points beginning to-day in Brooklyn. Blocks of 300 points will be played each afternoon and evening for three day. Columbia Crew Men at Work. Xew York, Oct. 10. Columbia's var sity and freshman rowing crew began daily praetit on the Harlem river tu rfs v. This is the paint you want WE sell Certain-teed paint because it is of such high quality and because the price is right. Every ingredient in Certain-teed paint is ; first quality no "seconds" can get into this paint. , No secrets get into it either. Vou will find the formula printed on the label of every can of Certain-teed. The Certain-teed paint formulas 'are based on 50 years' experience. They produce a paint that spreads easily and has remarkable covering capacity. It can't bo beat for holding its color and lasting. We can sell you Certain-teed paint9 for less than other high grade paints because each color is priced according to the cost of making that particular color plus a fair and uniform profit., , We give our customers the benefit 'of this saving. We have the right Certain-teed paint or varnish for everything inside and outside your house. . Come and see us. The N. D. PHELPS Co. Inc. Phone 28, Barre, Vt. fijllOUSE paiTjt k OUTSIDE, WHITE f ; &mt0 s AlMTyARMlSH ROOFING i.UNOLEUU OIL CLOTH O RELATED PRODUCTS On easy turn of the "lor tin" wheel placet at your command the choice of 44 measured and controlled oven temperatures for , any kind of oven cooking. For Dedication of New Athletic Field at Norwich, Xorthfield, Oct. 10. Xorwich je'"i eated her new athletic field which will be known as Sabine field iSaturdavt I playing ' a Soirelesx tie with Ken nelaer. The field was in poor con ii tion due to heavy rains and the game wa slnw-d up considerably. Renelacr kicked off and after sev era! attempts to -gain through the line IJeWitt punted to Kenwelaers 20 yard line and I!enselcr, after similar tri-s at Norwich s line, punted to C'ritlin wno carried me can to mianeld. A fumble by Xorwich.was recovered by Rensselaer and another exchange of punts and a tumble by Smith of Nor wicb placed the ball on Norwich's .0 yard line. After several shortj'sins inroiign me line itenaseiaer was stopped on the five-yard line. This was the only time that either goal r.s in danger. There were 28 exc&angvs of punts and but five tint downs ?-r both .ides. Between the hah. the Norwich freshmen played the Mon'pel ier high school team, which res'iiVd in a win tor Norwich, . The summary: Rensselaer Tully, le Lawlcr, le Kuoff, It ...,.. Minman, Ig Wilder, e Gatje, rg Cooper, rg , Knowles. rt. ......... Wright, re Kller, qb o,h. I"!, score, L'S Jo Norwich re. llvland re, Oiti rt, Wlker ...... tb. Tvlcr .....c, Kadigan Ip. Kacker . ..lgv iIhon-y ....It, Flanders le. MaVr Griffin. Brso'lev Benedict, nenderon. llib...rhb. Sm Ik Sparrow, rhb.. Ihb, Sparrow. IVr. r.i . Armtrown, fb fb, I Witt Referee, Br.vce; umpire. Voting: linesman, Salman : time, II minu'e pe riod. The Maia ThiB. X-eweoml Whre wou'd ot advie me to m b 1 my daughter to t'u.'y mn- Nf.l rf-Ar.vHre out tit earht. P"t.a Trauserii-t. RELIABLE C 3 Gas Ranges equipped with the "Lorain? Oven Heat Re go later are now being shown in our display rooms. Come in and let us demonstrate these beautiful, economical ranges, and this wonderful device which has made housekeeping easy to 100.000 American women. Get the book on "Lorain" Oven Canning. We have a copy for you. rT-f-s i Sasi wwss Delicious Peaches All Winter Long Here is a new way to put up vegetables, fruits, berries! "Lorain Oven Canning makes it possible for any housewife "to put op fruits, berries, vegetables, at home, so that all Winter she can' serve these table, delicacies which will taste as though they had just come from the garden. , - - "Lorain Oven Canning is so easy, so simple, so free of troubles and com- -plications, that no woman can afford to deprive herself of its advantages. The fruit, vegetables or berries are w ashed and cleaned, blanched (scalded), if recipe calls for it, then packed into glass jars. The jars are then' fil'ed either with salted water for vegetables, or with a light syrup for fruit and berries. The tops are' put on loosely and the jars placed in the oven. The "Lorain wheel is set for 250 degrees and then there is nothing to do for one to three hours when the canned things will be ready to take out and the tops screwed down tight Our book of instructions tells you -exactly how to can all kinds of fresh stuff this way. It is so easy, so free of fuss, bother and risk that every woman should fol low this new and better method. The only thing that is nbsolutely essential is that it must be done in a gas range equipped with the "Lorain" Oven Heat Regulator, because only with "Lorain" can you be absolutely sure of getting the right temperature for the entire period. Barre Gas Company. . Gordon Block. Barre