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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT... TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921.
BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921. PubitshwJ Evry We-k-Dy Afto-n'wn by THIS BARRE DAILY TIMES. INC. Frank . Laiurley. PublUhn-. Entered at the Poatofflce at Barre as Sacond- CUih Mail Matter SUBSCRIPTION BATES . One year by mail . W-W Kix months by mail -' Three month by mail...... ;- ls One month by mail.......... 60 ' Sinttla copy " AH aubaeriptiena caah in advance. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Pre is exclusively entitled tn the uae for republication of all new Ha patrhe credited to it or not otherwiw cred ited in this paper, and alao the local news' published therein. i ' Germany's mark is approaching the vanishing jxiint just as her mark in the World war did. The Boston health department take a marked stand for public health when it decrees that all bakeries, in its city must eliminate eats, as well as other animals. o doubt the public will commend the step. ACHES AND PAINS SLOAN'S GETS 'EM ! AVOID the misery of racking pain . Have a bottle of Sloan's Lini ment handy and apply when you first feci the ache or pain. It quickly eases the pain and sends a feeling of warmth through the aching part. Sloan's Liniment penetrates without rubbing. Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints, lame back and sore muscles. For forty years pain's enemy. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists joc, uc, i.u. Liniment ffiSSl I Clear YoafComplerio0 of pimple. arna and other facial disinruremant. Uea freely Dr. Hobaon'a Eczema Oint ment, tiood for eczema, iteming; sain, and other skin troubles. Ons of Dr. I Hobaon'a Family Remedies. DrUobson's p Eczema Ointment Deprive Babe Ruth of his bastball bat and he would be just an ordinary mortal," perhaps a little below the ordi nary. A baseball bat is an insecure foundation on which to build greatness-, some day it will roll out from beneath the superstructure. According to government statistics wholesale prices remained unchanged during September but retail prices dropped 1.01 per cent. Perhaps the wholesale price is merely holding back temporarily just to let ths retail pries eatch up with the procession down ward. v The ceremony of jlacing the con gressional medal of honor on the grave of the "unknown warrior" of Great Britain in Westminster Abbey was carried out with due solemnity and without a ripple of the surface of things. So the "incident" in .connec thi with General Pershing's participa tion passes into the list of more or PAIN GONE! RUB SORE, RHEUMATIC ACHING JOINTS less unreal 'thinjrs. John Bull and Uncle Sam ae smiling at each other across . the waters. . It is a mournful story which a South Londonderry man has to tell about be ing "nearly banned" from Brattleboro because he has three children and finds that , Brattleboro landlords draw the children line when it comes to renting their property. He wants to move to Brattleboro but cannot find a tenement satisfactory to him because of the fact that he would have to bring along three children. Such an alleged atti tude on the part of Brattleboro land lords does not speak well for that town's chances for growing. Rub Pain Away with a Small Trial Bottle of Old "St Ja cobs OiL Stop "dosing" rheumatism. It's pain only; not one case in fifty requires internal treatment. Kub sooth ing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil" right on the "tender spot," and by the time you say Jack Robinson out comes the rheumatic pain and distress. "St. Ja sobs Oil" is a harmless rheumatism hu tment which never disappoints and doesn't burn the skin. It takes pain, loreness and stiffness from aching joints, muscles and bones; stops sei stica, lumbago, backache and neural gia. Limber up! Get a small trial bottle of old-time, honest "St. Jacobs Oil" from any drug store, and in a moment, you'll be free from pains, aches and stiffness. Don't suffer! Rub rheumatism away. Adv. r Not all the money is going into au tomobiles and garages ; up in North Danville a new sugar house is being built. This latter news U most en couraging because it indicate that the somewhat dwindled industry of maple sugar making shows signs of being revived. Needless to say, too, money put into sugar . making equipment stands a lar better chance of drawing dividends than money put into auto mobiles and private garages. The sug ar making industry in Vermont needs rejuvenation. FACED SHED CUIMLS ItctiiigandBufiihgSevere. Rest Terribly Upset "My trouble commenced on the side of my face in little blisters with a red strrfac. It gradually spread and the itching and burning were very severe. My face was disfigured for a while and my rest was tsrrlbly upset from the tnisery. "I tried different reme dies but got no be!p until I heard of Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and after using them for a month I was healed." (Signed) Mrs. J. M.BouteU, Sterling, Mass., Juns 14, 1920. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum are Ideal for every -das' toilet uses. vlwr SmC 2ts. OintaMM M aaa Me. T Spauldlng high school's football team is clearly out of the running for the state high school championship but it is still in line for a successful season.! The best victory of the year will be for the boys to pitch in and play all the harder even in the face of two defeats by contenders for the championship. . Such a determination would be even better than winning the championship a better moral victory. The way to do is to play the schedule out with all the vim and spirit that goes with an unbroken series of vic tories, and there are indications that the boys intend to win that moral victory. "To remain at home is to read but one page in the book of life." Silent Partner. If you're returning from your trip, you'll find our store at this time an interesting place to dock to refit ' your wardrobe for Fall. ' " Here's everything new ' for men's wear, and at prices that will add to the pleasure of the new togs. A suit in the new shade of brown, in a special model for young men price $32.50. A novel blue effect, double breasted, at $27.50 up to $37.50. F. H. Rogers & Company ORANGE ' Remember hospital bag day Thurs day, Oct. 20. VERMONT NEWSPAPER PER SONNEL CHANGES. Among the newspaper changes in Vermont of late is the addition of Don ald Tobin of Swanton to the Middle bury Register. Mr Tobin will set as editor while ths owner of the paper, R. W. McCuen, is performing his offi cial duties in Burlington. Editor To bin's long experience in Swanton and his fsmiliarity with Vermont combine to make him fitted for the work in Middlebury. Daniel P. Rossiter, who has been employed by the Middlebury Register and who was acting editor while Mr. Crsae, the former owner, was away for many months, is to take charge of the Ludlow Tribune, which property was recently purchased by the Vermont Newspaper corporation, a concern which owns the Bellows Falls Times and the Windsor Journal. Mr. Ho titer is a young man but with con siderable experience in journalism, al though a comparative newcomer to Vermont. J. W. Sault, who retires as edi'or and manager of the Ludlow pa per, has earned a vacation from active newspaper service after being for fif teen years in charge of the Tribune. Do You Have Headaches? Do Tou Feel Dull and Listless, Sleepy in Afternoon When You Shouldn't? Is it Not Time ts Set Your House in Order? Read this: Schenectady, N. Y. "It is a pleas ure to me to speak a good word for Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets as a safe and reliable remedy for sluppish liver and constipation. These 'Pellets' am wonderfully mild. and yet they never fail in giving desired relief." Mrs. M. C Schairer, 69 Terrace Place. Just drop in at your neighborhood drug store put one of these tiny vials of pellets in your pocket book and you'll be safe from those aches that sense of fullness and probably the ner vousness will disappear also. Adv. OF INTEREST TO MEN AND WOMEN Keep posted read the Uncle Dudley Editorials in the Boston Daily and Sun day Globe. The Globe's Uncle Dudley Editorials are known all over New England and should be read by, every resident of New England. Every woman will find the matter printed in the Globe's Household Pages of the greatest help 7 in managing the home and providing a table that will suit all the members of the family. Order the Daily and Sunday Globe regular ly from your newsdealer or newsboy. Blake the Globe your Boston newspaper. The Jarpvocal Ensemble s Zimmer Sisters The Only Harp Trio in America, and Raymond Simonds Famous Tenor of King's Chapel, Boston Romance of the ages has been woven through the music of the harp whose melodies build pictures in your mind. First Number of Barre's Entertainment Course at The Opera House Wednesday, Oct. 19, 1921, at 8.15 P. M. Single Admission $1.25, Season Tickets $1-9342.75 and $3.30. I 1 WEST FAIRLEE CENTER Cpjumbus day was little ' noticed. The Center and Kidderhood schools kept in session in order to have the day off later. An unusually large crop of apples is being harvested. 'Ernest Ward , is improving , slowly and has been, outdoors. ' George Aldrich, who recently bought the Frohncrt farm, has been joined by his wire, son and two daughters and grandson from Lowell, , Barney Smith has joined the band. He plays the snare drum. , Russell Smith has begun work as janitor of the church. The church voted last Sunday to hold a Sunday school rally Oct. 30 and to prepare for it with a house-to-house canvass ot every person Jn tne par ish for attendance for a year, begin ning Oct. 30. Rev. J. J. Snellgrove of Thetford Center will take Mr. Sargent's place nevt Sunday assisting in Sunday school at 1 o'clock aiidpreaeiung at z o clock Mr. Sargent will preach at Thetford Center and West Fairlee village and conduct the services as usual at $eaver Meadow in the evening. Edgar Ball, who lias been staying with his : grandmother and going to school at Bradford, was at home over Sunday, Miss Mills of Topshara has been spending the week end with friends in the Kidderhood, where she taught for a while last year. Sheldon Miller has been making re pairs on his sawrmill. Rev. Arthur II. Sargent delivered the address of welcome at the encampment district meeting at Post Mills Tues day evening. How to Make Delicious Apple Cider Jellym 10 Minutes Economical, Easy and Never-Failing Certo Process Amazes Housewives Even Startles Expert Jelly Makers' Try This for Indigestion. Foley Cathartic Tablets are just the thing for constipation. Their action is wholesome and thoroughly cleansing, without griping, nausea or inconven ience. They banish headache, bilious ness, bloating, gas, bad breath, coated tongue and other symptoms of disor dered digestion. Mrs. H. J. Marchard, 36 Lawrence St., Salem, Mass., writes: I used Foley Cathartic Tablets for constipation with good results. I keep them in the - house." Adv. After all When You Buy Drugs Quality Receives Chief .Consideration Bargain-Hunting doesn't pay when it comes to drugs. You buy drugs for a definite purpose. If they lack purity or poten cy they may prove worse than no drugs at all. Quality is, therefore, impor tant. . - We appreciate . Our responsibility ' in this respect and an earnest effort is made to provide drugs which are de pendable in efery way. The constant increase in our business is a most convinc ing evidence of public con fidence and good will. The same care which is ex ercised in selling drugs extends to every side-line which we handle. Let Us Serve You Regularly. At Our Soda Fountain Real Hot Chocolate the Way We Make It. Barre Drug Com pany, Inc. Barre's Progressive Pharmacy Park Theatre Building i Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, VL Capital Surplus and Un divided Profits, ?220000 Pays 1 P. C. on Savings Deposits 2 P. C. on Commer cial Deposits All taxes paid by bank. Depository of City of Montpelier and State of Vermont tutotwi ctokcv! u. blanchawx EOW.R! H. CEATTTT. Via. H. JULIUS YOLHOLM. Tin. t-RAXK N. SMITH, W. C. NT HARRT DAMltta T. C CaU.AHAM Until now, grandmother's rule has governed the making of fruit Jelly. Like most of her habits in the kitchen, a new way has been found that elimi nates the worry, the waste and the hard work. Anyone can now make ex cellent jelly by following simple rec ipes. A great many new kinds of jellies dime that grandmother could not make are now easily, quickly and eco nomically made. For instance, a delicious jelly1 can be easily made from apple cider, which is abundant at this time, at a cost of not to exceed ten cents a glass. Tha rec ipe is simple: Carefully measure seven and two-thirds leveled cups (three and one-quarter pounds) of sugar and then four cups (two pounds) of unfermented apple cider into a large saucepan (six quart size), and stir, bring to a boil. At once add one bottle of Certo, stirring constantly. Continue to stir and bring again to a hard boil for one minute, stirring continually. Remove'from fire, let stand one minute, skim and pour into glasses quickly. Allow to stand at least three days before paraflining. Makes twelve half-pound glasses. Excellent .grape jellv. . can also be made with the same recipe by using or dinary bottled grape juice instead of the apple cider. In fact, enthusiasts say that the number of jellies possible to make with Certo is limited entirely by the number of fruits and other flavors. Wherever introduced Certo has quickly become a erafce among housewives and a subject for conversation among friends. It is so new, so revolutionary, so simple and so sure that every house wife wants to try it and then make up a lot of new flavors. They say they will never return to the old, wasteful and uncertain method. . Certo is simply "Mother Nature's jellmaker." It' contains no gelatin, chemical or preservative. The jellifying principle of fruit Itself is extracted and concentrated for home use. It is highly endorsed by many food experts and government authorities. With it yon can maqe all kinds of jams, jellies ana marmalades from fresh, dried and canned fruits as per recipes in the Certo Book of Recipes given with every bottle. ; - Get a bottle of Certo with a recipe book from your grocer or druggist rifrht away and start to make all your jellies by this wonderful Certo Process. If your dealer does not have Certo, ask him to order it from his jobber. Apple cider jelly is a great favorite with all, especially children for a spread on bread. Make some while you can get sweet cider. You can also used bottled sweet cider. Adv. ; . H : It Does Make a Differ ence Where You Buy Children's Shoes From baby's first-step Shoes straight up to first long-trouser age it is a very special part of our service to meet the exacting Shoe needs of growing children. Children's Shoes are in no way a side line with us. Theyare selected for our stocks and fitted to your boy or girl with the same care and exactness that you yourself receive. See that your child is on our list of "Little Customers," Rogers' Walk-Ovet; Boot Shop Everything in Lighting Fixtures of the better kind; at the right price for, home or office. Barre Electric Co. Telephone 98 Montpelier Electric Co. , Tel. 26 "For Your Electric Wants" This is the Time to Get New Bedding At your housecleaning when you go through all your housediscarding your worn out things, when you come to your bedroom Stop! Look at your mattress and pillows. 'Are they full, soft and firm. Have you been getting sweet, restful sleep every night lately ? Or have they flattened out lost their resilience, softness and fullness ? If so, you've only been getting half as much rest out of your sleep as you should. And We Have the Bedding to Change to Pillows, filled with fine NEW WASHED feathers, gen erously filled with soft, downy comfort, securely sewn dainty in pattern and so comfortable you just KNOW you're going to get a full, 60-minute rest out of every hour you sleep cn them every one a genuine RED CROSS. Mattresses, handsomely made of Kapok nature's wonder-fibre, brought from the Far East, because it is unex celled for mattresses being lighter and more resilient and secure against "matting" than any other fibre; every one marked RED CROSS. A. W. Badger & Co. Mtkrra vU LS ! alaaan fwiaal A !. M Tela Wart T 44T-W A NEW AND LT-TO-1 ATE AUTO ASIIULANCB The Bank and the Home THE SAVINGS BANK IS THE MAIN PILLAR OF THE HOME. ' It is the Savings Account that founds the HOME. It is the Savings Account that tides the HOME over rough places, comes to the rescue when tha wage-earner is out of work, holds the family together and gives security and sweet sleep. " This Bank offers to you unex elled facilities for saving. IT , Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. " Ban-e, Vermont " DIRECTORS: Bea A. Eastman, 11. J. M. Jonea. W. G. Reynold, " ' J. M. Boutwell, B. W. Hooker, E. L. Scot, II. F. fuller -XmJ, . OFFICERS: BEN A. EASTMAN, President: H. J. M. JONES, Vice-President. C. M. WILLEY, Treasure Vermosifc fVlutua! Fire Insurance Company , of Montpelier, Vt. J NINETY-FOURTH YEAS Premigm Notes in Forced. .'.$12.282.751.00 Cash Assets $300,000.00 Insurance in Force. .$123,121,771.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan zt actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing yrfur Automobilt Fire Insurance . If you are soeking Insurance, see our Local Aent ' McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange How Saving Gives More Enjoyment There is more real enjoyment in saving than in ,, extravagance. What a corrffort it is to know that you are accumulating a fund that will work tot you every day in the year and be at your com mand when you want it. Start an account with us. 4 per cent Paid on Savings Account3. The First National Bank , MONTPELIER, VT. A '3 I J T.I irvA B l I i 1 . MWrV,-. t'.' r-tAi (-is-' AST VI. l u- v v ar i el sua I Dolour Duty i to' them N Are you careless or thoughtless about the future of those near and dear to you? Some men are. While you are taking eare" of them nowremember their future must be provided for and YOU MUST do it Come in and open a Bank account and deposit some money REGULARLY. That money may save those dear ones from poverty and misery. We will welcome you. GM .ANITE SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY DEPOSITORY OF THE CITY OF BARRE DIRECTORS John Trow, Will A. Whilrorab, Trank K. Cave, James T. 5'arrion, J. Ward Carver, Chas. H. Wi-hatL i i