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THfl BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1021.
Catarrh Means Impure Blood It is a Constitutional Disease. When it affect the nose and throat and becomes .'.hronic Jt weakens the delkate lung tissues, deranges the di lative organs, and may kad to con Sumption. It impairs the taste, smell and hearing.'- . Take Hood's Sarsapanlla, which by purifying the blood removes the can of the disease, so troublesome at this time of year, and gives permanent rv "I had catarrh of the head and stom ach, and dreadful ringing noises in my ears. I decided to try Hood's Sarsapi rillaj my health improved wonderfully, and I adopted Hood's Karnaparilla as my family medicine." Mrs. M. Jenncy Shaw, St. Johns, O. Adv. BLUENOSEIS 1 WATCH BEING GROOMEDJHE BIG 4 . . ' Stomach-Kidneys-Heart'Liver Canadian Contender For the Vitai organs healthy by International Trophy " Rpinfr Slicked Ud bladder and uric acid troubles - o . FOR THE MEETING WITH AMERICAN GOLD MEDAL MORETOWN Dentist will be at Waitsfield Thurs day, Oct. 20. You should grasp this opportunity now, as be will be unable to come many more times owing to the condition of the roads. adv. Captain Walters, Skipper SJSSmS. of Blue Nose, Isn't Worrying Halifax, N." S., Oct. 18. Blue Nose, the neat little Canadian fishing schoon er, which has earned the right to com pete against the Gloucester vessel El sie for the international fishing vessel fnina. At all druseists, tfcrea sizes. Lack far the nam CoU Madal on evary baa, ad accept M imiUUsa championship, went to the slip to-day for a thorough grooming, of her under- When the work is completed she will be sent out against the Delawana or gome other craft to make sure that she is in condition for. the first of the championship races on Saturday. Captain Angus Walters, skipper of the Blue Nose, expressed confidence to day that she would prove a match for the American craft. Walters knows the Elsie and he knows too, her skipper, Captain Marty Welch. "They're a great pair and I admire 'em," he aid, "but I look forward to the races without anx iety." .; ; . . ( "' SNOVER DRAFTED. Pittsfield, Mass., Left-Handed Twirlcr Going to Philadelphia. Pittsfield, Mass., Oct. 18. Colonel Snover, a left-handed pitcher from the Pittsfield Eastern league champions, has been drafted by the Philadelphia Nationals, it was announced to-day. Snover, wno was the pitching aco of the team this year, was sent here by the Giants in 1020'. That's Wliy You're TTiretl Oof of Soris-Have No Appetite Vnnr I J vm- Is SlHOOisb CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS will help put you ngK CARTERS ITTUi in a few days. They set quickly ' though gently and give? na A tare a chance rA to renew your G nealtn. cor vt um im mediate effects of constipation, relieve biliousness, indigestion and sick head- nunc. SwaUna Saudi Peae Stall rrtco 1V PIUS CLOSER TIMING Of Sprinters Possible By the New Stop Watches. New Yorlc, Oct. 18. Intercollegiate track events in future will be timed by stop watches that will record the tenth of a second instead of the usual one fifth: The change, which will give sprinters a better chance to beat rec ords of long standing, was announced to-day by the executive committer of the intercollegiate association of am ateur athletic ol America. Ms U0M fo ehom CoIumHa Recora; Put in your home liijj M i 1 Formerly $125 I I Now $ 85 l J You Save $40 3 For 5 days9 free trial Offer Limited to Present Supply of Grafonolas and Records We'll put in your home for five days' trial this $85 Columbia Grafonola and any 12 Columbia Records. Twelve records will giveyou twenty-four different selections and you can make a real test of the joy and happiness Columbia music brings to your home. Then, if you are atif ied, ycu can pay for the Grafonola and record, on very easy monthly terms. No charge will be made for the five day' trial. If you are not satisfied, we will take back the Grafonola and records without any charge to you or any obliga tion on your part. s Could any offer be fairer? You need not pay one, cent until you satisfy yourself beyond all doubt by a five days' trial that the Columbia Grafonola is the phonograph you want. This handsome Grafonola is of modern stream line design. It may be had in a variety of mahog any, oak and walr.v.t finishes. It has all the latest Columbia improvements. t The tone of the Columbia Grafonola is famous for its richness and purity, and this particular model can be depended upon to sing its own praises in your home. It stands 42 i inches high and has room for 75 records. This model at $85 is the biggest phonograph value ever offered at the price. It is the only standard upright phonograph on the market for less than $100. It is literally true that you can get today an up-to-date Columbia Grafonola with its many modern improvements for less money than you would pay for an old-fashioned unimproved phonograph. When you pay your good money for a phonograph geta modem instrument the Columbfa Grafonola This offer also good on Grafonolas priced $30, $45, $60, $100, $125, $140, $150, $175 Floyd G. Russell exall Pharmacy 160 No. Main St, Barre, Vt. R Bring or mail this Coupon - to this store n Dealer's Nam Street. City State- J Yoa may deliver the $. Columbia Graionoia and 11 Columbia , Records to me at th eddrees fiimi be low for a S-dsr free trial as adYcrUerd. Name-Srt City- Slate- ,J RUTH READY FOR PENALTY But He Protests He Is Only Following Precedent N PLAYING POST SEASON GAMES Ankles? Judtre- Landis Will An- CJ nounce Decision Within a Few Days Chicago, Oct'. 18. A decision in thei Babe Ruth post -season case by Judge! K. M. Landis, baseball commissioner, is expected within few days and the general impression here to-day was that Ruth will be let off with a sua cension lonir enousrh to keep him out of a few of next season's games with out pay. , - i Vow Ynrfc Hianatrlies received here indicate that Ruth would receive no support from the Yankee club owners in ni cnntmvprHv with the iudare. Reports from Elmira, N. Y., where Ruth s aggregation played Monday, quoted Kuttt as saying ne wouhj ai- Ismnt nn annpal "if Judorn Lamlis Sees fit to rule us out of baseball for the nmaimlar nf Our l'iVPS. but that 06 haiinvea hn vu onlr following prece dent set by other major league stars of former years. Cecil Leitch to PUy To-day. New York. Oct. 18. Miss Cecil Twitch Krir-Iinh. French and Canadian woman eolf champion, will meet Mis Louise Elkins of PitUburg to-day in the first round of th Belleclaire invi- luflnn tattrnamontL Vestardav the Knii- lish girl turned in the low medal score in the qualifying round Hi. MiM uienna Coiiett, tne iTovmence, R. I- star, who defeated Miss Leitch last week, will meet Miss Sybil Ken nedy of Canada to-day. EAST CALAIS , Louise Balcntine is lick with meas les. Merl Benjamin was a recent visitor in East Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butler of Barre visited F.dson York last week. Misses Mildred and Merle Gray were at their home in the Pekin neighbor hood over Sunday. nnrmi Sandera. M. D. Hawkins. W. G. Eastman and George Balentine were in St. Albans Saturday to attend uie race. Mr nn Rannroft and Miss Geo ere Wilson we're in Rutland three days last week to attend the state teacher' con Miss Esther Converse is visiting friends in Bethel. Mis Helen Teck waa home from Montpelier for a few days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown were In Worcester recently to see Mrs. Brown's brother, who is seriously ill. Amasa Brown of Worcester visited his brother, E. E. Brown, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pike, were re cent visitors at M. D. Hawkins.' Robert Sander was home from Hardwick over Sunday. WEST BERLIN Xfra. Florenca Hewitt was recently at White River Junction on business. District Superintendent Davnport will speak in the M. E. church in this place net Thursday afternoon at 2:30 clock, .ubject, -Fall Rally." Ail come. Mr. 'Atkins from Bennington vis ited her brother, E. A. Stockwell, last week. e.v.r.1 from thin tila-e attended the chicken-pie supper last week at Berlin Corner. , and Mra. Louis Delarv from Northfleld, who had been here visiting ' a mother. Jir. ueurife cuuurrj, ir- turned home last week. Xfra. Morrill from Northfleld is vis iting her daughter. Mm. K. W. Davin, Mrs. Ed Lany, who nas Deen visit ing her mother. Mr. Bert Blake, in rvirinth rtiirnarf hnrrtp laat week. Mr. Anna Adam visited her sister, . . ... t, i e i . Mr. Mbin I IKe, at crnn corner iaai week. Mr. and Mr. C. A. PatUrson were in Northfleld last Thursday. T . it a 1 Mh. Ella Iron irom ortuneia tin a guest oi air. ana air, urorga William Sunday. WASHINGTON Mr. E. M. Saver and Mr. York Ordwav are to ntrtin h ladies ,A .nriatv at the hall Wednesday evening, when the annual harvet sup- ... . . , ! 1 . . J ripr will be rva. r-vrrroouv ihtiwo. . . i , r i . . : J Mrs. tranK arnoia teiv rnuaj for a visit with friends in Boston. Several from here attended the lun- bridge fair last week. Mr. Abbie Moore went to Barre Monday for an indefinite stay. Guests at . A. rwnonan a ounaay re Mr. and Mr. I. L. Slonim of Ber lin. Mr. and Mr. W. IT. Jeffrey of Mnntpelirr, Mi Cor Kennedy of orthfield. t (Vt. 1. Mr. Mary Taine celebrated, her Wh birthday. In the. afternoon and evening, ti Udw railed to help celebrate the dy. Alilwugli a very in- ( formal affsir. it will alwava l remem- bered br Mr. Paine. She neived many tii gift frora her mny friend, i A Star te Steer By With yonr r-tber srities pnt by a fir amount f lit inmranre. It will prevent a WKTifioa of r""d -irh in ld time, if yot die. beidp -ing other ervW where rrsdy ra-h 1 Vatinnat Life li. Co. r.f v. fUntnall. R. S. Ballarf, n-ral afrft, at etrect, Mo?i t'."; J. Suff. ml yetit. Well Take th "Dct" GUS:y. , "Biiain k tarrd th ewTr. but aot t whl." remarked a e-' eht- Miw it gt n! Sow wat'h it fei ! tie borne alretca. Bo-, on Trncr!t. . Better retire for the winter the Ox fords you've been wearing and get a . pair of high Regals. Always wise to take precaution rather than have the doctor sitting at your bedside. . ' Regals are even more popular this season than ever. Your pair is here. , ' $8.50, $9.00, $9.50 Closed Monday Evening at 5:31. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St , . Tel. 275-M. Just Like Him. Unbeliever (after the seance) Sure ly you don't befieve that the spirit of your dead husband upset all that f ur nituret Widow Well, I don't know. George was dreadfully clumsy. Stray Stories. Asking and Getting. "How about the rent of this house, of yours, Harduppef Doesn't the landlord ask a good deal for it!" Harduppe: Ye; he often asks five or six time a month for it." Stray Stories. Not Too Good. Employer Yes, I do want n office bov. Is your son truthful! Bloggs O, yes, sir! But o' course, he- understands business is business. Stray Stories. 5oothinq &naile&linq For Raphes and Chafing F M)MSIEM ONE never forgets the wonderful hours aboard a big, swift Clyde liner. Pleasant surroundings, com- -fort and congenial companions. A trip that is over all too soon. New York to Jacksonville, calling at Charleston, S. C Connections fof all Southern Winter resort. Make winter reservations now to avoid disappointment later. Bed rooms with private baths; rooms en suite or singly without bath, but with private lavatory; or more modest but very comfortably located state rooms. Ratesvaryin accordance with accommodations selected. Apply to Local 7JcJker Agtnt, or addrmf A. W. PYE, Passenger Traffic Manager Pier 36, North River, New York CLYDE LSNE ' ' - Neglecting your teeth to-day will cost you more to-morrow, while a stitch in time will save nine. The old policy of penny-wise and pound fcolish is being applied by many people these hard times, m regard to their teeth. Do not class yourself among the above people, but have your teeth attended to at once, thereby saving money, your teeth, and health, in the future. Owing to the following reasonable prices no one should delay in this matter. I2-K GOLD CROWN ONLY. . $6-00 SETS OF FALE TEETH $15 and up. . Dr. R'2. A. Msaglier Miles Granite Block. Rooms 1-19. Barre, Vt. Ore Daily rS a&i Kszit?, Weiaealsy and Saturday T.mlnt y-:jo Susrlay By Arr".'act- Prfe:otiiI Sarse w Atttendanc.