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THE BARRE TIMES, 'BAJIKK. YT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921.
I'l' A oune vjiris Need Care FROM the age of twelve a girl needs all the care the thought ful mother can give. Many a woman, has suffered years of pain and misery the victim of thoughtlessness or ignorance of the mother who should have guided her during this time. ' If she complains of headaches, pains in the back and lower limbs, or if you notice a ' slowness of thought, nervousness or irritability on the part of your daughter make life easier for her. Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound isespeciallyadaptcd for such conditions.' It can be taken in safety by any woman, young or old. : Read How These Mothers Helped Their Daughters uttenbcrg, N. J. " My daughter was all run down and had fainting Rrwlla often.. had a bad complexion. nnd suffered at-her monthly periods. Tier grandmother had been taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 'Com pound for the Change of Life, and got a bottle of it for her. She began to improve with the first bottle and took live in all and was entirely restored to health. For a time she had not been able to attend school, but she does now. She recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to her friends p.nd I give you permission to'publish this letter as a testimonial. Mrs. Catharine McGlove, 304 24th. at., Guttenberg, A. J. The Sensible Thing is to Try Roxbury, Mass." My daughter Is a schoolgirl and she suffered very much with irregular periods, painful cramps and dizzy headaches. She was sometimes as long as three months be tween her periods and when they came she was not able to do her school home lessons because she could not even sit up. A copy of one of your little books was left in my letter-box and she began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetaola Compound for her troubles. She is now In good health, is regular and can help me with the housework when not in school." Mrs. Victoria It. Spiesseet, 74 Biagdoa St., Koxbury, Mass. JlL'o T Lvaia Ifedetable riiiKnams ompoun LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN, MASS. JfZi CABOT convention at Washington, S. C. master's 1). C. Voodry U attending the yoat-i There was not any chool in session ' - ., , ! in the village the past week. Dan Mclntyrc ha -returned from Florida, after spending several wefk with relatives. Mrs. J. Norm and Mrs. C. K. Gor hum of St.' Joluisburv were recent j (iiet of Mr?. S.-C. Voodry. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kgor went to Boston Friday. L. O. Houghton has eommenoed re pairs on his residence, which he pur chased of Mis Nellie Williams, by building a barn and making addition- al repairs on the house. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harlin Dane Oct. 10 Mrs. Arthur Hndgdon is in a hos pital in New York for treatment. Horace Pock bus finished boarding in Hard wick and is stopping at Walter Nprajriie'a on West hill. He remain nearly helpless as the result of a shock which he suffered severul months ajro. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Dow of Spring-: field. Jl., were in town last week, at The home of iiis brother, Ora. Mrs. Jlazlet has moved from Ka-t Cabot into the house the recently pur chased of Clifford Merrjfield. j Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson and daugh ter, Dorothy, of Colehrook, X. H., were , week-end guests or Mr. ami -Mrs. George Currier. f Mr. and Mrs. "Merryfield hava moved from the Flora Atkins resident ani ! after visiting friends will reside in CViinceiieut. H. W. Martin of Osrdennburj;, X. V., j was in town Saturday, demonstrating a tractor plow on the farm of K. C. tiould. (jeorjre Houghton of Montpelier was in town Saturday railing on relative. , Miss t.race Bolton was recent iruest of a friend, Miss Kalilii Little, in North JMonlpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Heath, aeenm j panicd by Mrs. NoNon Wood, were I business visitors in Burlington last "THERE'S DEATH IN THE POT" A CelebratW UnJoa Pacta Uwd the Ahsvs U Empaatiit the Danger si UTereatinf. Wart Thaa OTtreatiaf U Failure to Eliniaats Watte. Nature could not devise a way to feed and repair the body without the production of considerable waste matter. But Nature provided for the regular, thorough elimination of 'suck waste. To disregard her in tention is to break a natural law. vvneuier you ueip xvaiuic u wiac ' or foolish means is left to your owu judgment. To simply force bowel - movement is unwise, unnatural and 'ineffective. You can choose harsh, drastic, violently acting drugs or I take such without caring what their action or effect is, or you can select some old time-proven, trial-tested remedy, that has been used for 70 years or more by thousands of people all over the world, with the result that it has won an enviable reputa tion, as a reliable household remedy. Take Beecham's for example. All, the world knows Beecham's; a good-, ly part of the world uses Beecham's, ; Jias been using it for years, handing its use down from father to son, from mother to daughter, for gen- (ration after generation, recommend- ing it to others. In spite of such ; extensive and general use, who ever i lieard complaint or criticism of Beecham's? That in itself is a powerful recomme'ridation. Don t take anything for granted. Jteason it out. AH druggists sell Beecham's are glad to sell them. ; Beecham's reputation has been , made by its users not by its sellers.' INGROWN TOE NAIL TURNS OUT ITSELF A noted authority says that a few drops of "Outgru" upon the skin sur rounding the ingrowing nail reduces in flammation and pain and so toughens the tender, sensitive skin underneath the toe nail, that it cannot penetrate the. flesh, and the nail turn naturally outward almost over night. "Outf.To" is a harmless, antiseptic manufactured for chiropodists. How- eve", anyone can buy from the drug store a tjny bottle containing directions.- Adv. DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens. Beautifies. week Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Wall.rilse and! a.; cents buys a bottle of "Dander Mrs. H. H. Foster took an auto tripjine" at any drug store. After one ap to Bingham's Notch the first of the j plication you rannot find a particle of week. Thev were accompanied br j dandruff or a falling hair. Besides, ev Miss Merna Walhridpe. Miss Forestine Duke and Mr. McCormick. rry hair shows new life, vipor, bright ness, more color and abundance. Adv. 29EB SKKSnSBSn TO-DAY ALICE JOYCE in The Scarab Ring Alice Joyce has a role parti-! cularly suited to her unusual , ability in 'The Scarab Rin?."! She playes the part of an older. t-Tter who sacrifices every thing in order to bring happi less to the younger. Th sto- ry is very dramatic and is filled with 8U?pense, mystery and a love interest that offers strong tppeal. ADDED ATTRACTOX TO-DAY THE MAN WHO WOKE XV A good live Western. 1 Increase n Engine Barns Kerosene Your Bank Account With coal at present prices, $13.00 per ton and up, cut ting and selling firewood is very profitable. It is the easi est way for you to make money and there is nothing bet ter to saw wood with than one of our Mounted Sawing Out fits. This is your opportunity te add to your bank ac count. Write or Telephone, J. L Arkley & Son, Barrc, Vt. For Catalog, Trices ani Information IJRACKETT, SHAW & LUNT COMPANY. New England Distributors t Washington Street, Boston, Mass Somersworth. N. JFATERBURY Mrs. Julia Seabury's 78th Birthday Anniversary Fittingly Observed. Seldom is it for anyone to have the universal love and respect accorded Mrs. Julia Keabury, who last Satur day passed licr 78th birthday. Recov ering from a severe illness, it ia hoped she may soon be out with the people.; Julia Marin Blisa was born in Rochester, the daughter of Elijah and Abigail (Arnold) Bliss, her mother be ing a, native of Brandon. She spent much of her life in Brookfield and in 188(1 eame here as the wife of Edward T. Seabury. Since then, she has been a part not only of that home, but of the community and church and in each and ev(fcry place she has proven to be "pure gold." The Seabujy home has been a haven for many and as the mother in this home her life has been indeed blessed. Saturday she had many remem brances and callers and an especially happy family supper, prepared and brought over bv her son's wife, Mrs. W. H, Seabury. ' In the Congregational church, Mrs. Seabury has been a source of strength, her advice being considered the best possible. Generous.' sympathetic," her helpfulness has known nt bounds. Those who attend that church are anxiously awaiting her return to the services and . are hoping that many years may yet be "added unto her." XV. D. Davis remains quite ill at the home of his son, Fred Davis, in Col- byville. The condition of Caesar Brusa re mains serious. . Clifton McCormick, who has been in this vicinity for two weeks, has re turned to Worcester, Mass., where he ia metallurgist for a large farm. Walter Irish, who was quite ill on Sundav and Sundav night, was more comfortable yesterday. , A son was born at the Heaton hos pital yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Bur ton Luce. The bov Is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Luce of this town and of Mrs. Delia LeBaron. Mrs. Leon Wilkina is" ill with hron- chitis. Mr. Wilkins has been making repairs on his buildings and now has a well-equipped poultry plant, which he calls the Elmwood Poultry yard. Nat Sawyer is building an addition to his barn at his farm on Kneelaud flats. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blakeley and son and Mrs. Kva Bailev of Rutland called on friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mr. M. W. Abbott have moved to Rutland. Mrs. Stephen Riggs went to West- ford last Thursday to visit her daugh ter, Mrs. Clayton Davis. Nie returned home Friday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Davis, who remain for a few davs. At the Congregatioua! church on Wednesdav afternoon and evening, the lioicomts will not only tae the au dience over to France by the pictures shown through the rcfleetoM-ope, but will share with them something of their vacation pleasures in Italy and Switzerland. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Demeritt left this morning for trip which will in clude New York, Philadelphia, Haul more and Washington, D. C Mr. and Mrs. Merle hhewell and Miss Mary Shewell of Montpelier were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon il kins. S. R. Kennedy was recently at the home of his son. Dr. Kimball Kenne dy, in Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Freeman of Montpelier wre Sundav guests at the tiome of rhilip Miomo on trossett lull Re. J. Garfield Salhs of the Cen ter gets out a very attractive folder, which he calls "Outward Bound," giv ing his subiects and event at the church for sis weeks. Famous Old Recipe for Cough Syrup Easily and ehonplf made at hme, but It bouts tbrm all for quick result. s' Thousands of housewives have found that they can save two-thirds of the money usually spent for couch preparations, by using this well known old recipe for making cough syrup. It is simple and cheap but it hiis no equal for prompt results. It takes right bold of a cough and givea immediate relief, usually stopping an ordinary cough in 24 hours or less. Oct -JV4. ounces of l'inex from any druggist, pour it into a pint bottle, and add plain granulated stmar svrup . to make a fufi pint.. If you prefer, use clarified molasses, honey, or oorn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way; it tastes pood, keeps perfectly, and lasts a family a long time. It'a truly astonishing how quickly it acta, penetrating through every air passage of -. the throat and lungs loosens and raises the phlegm, soothes and heals the membranes, snd gradually but surely the annoying throat tickle and dreaded cough dis appear entirely. Nothins better for bronchitis, spasmodic eroup, hoarse ness or bronchial 'asthma. Pinex is a special and highly con-., centrated compound of genuine Nor way pine extract known the world over for its healing effect on membranes. Avoid disappointment bv asking your drjiffifiat for "2 ' ounces of Pinex" with full directions and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne. Jnd. r f QUIT TOBACCO So easy to drop Cigarette, . Cigar, or Chewing habit jS'o-To-Bae has helped thousands to break the costly, nerve-shattering to bacco habit. Whenever you have a longing for a smoke or chew, just place a harmless Ko-To-Bac tablet in your moirth instead. All desire stops. Short ly the habit Is completely broken, and you are better off mentally, physically, financiaffy. It's so easy, so simple. Gt a box of Ko-To-Bae and if it doesn't release you from all cravingfor to bacco in" any form, your druggist will refund your money without question. Adv.' - PLAIISFIELD TIIETFORD WAITSFIELD Clarence Sargent is spending some time at the home of Nathan Hills. Mr. and Mrs; Leon Joslin, R. James Moriarty and T. P. Carpenter went by motor car to Worcester, Mass., Mon day. tierald Martin is ill this week with grip, which followed mumps. Henry Betti is ill with mumps. Margaret Marshall. Bculah Moil It on, Clarence Tucker and Charles Jones were home over Sunday from the L'ni erity of Vermont. Burlington. ' Mr. and Sirs. Xewell Murray of Lis Ixin, N. H.. are parents of a son, born Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Jones Xeill of Waitsfield are the grandparents. Stanley Arbuckle, who has been with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sanders, the past four months, has returned to Stanford, Conn. Mrs. Augusta Bigelow was a guest of relatives in Warren recently, re turning home Sunday. Mrs. Caroline Todd and sister. Miss Harriett Smith, have vacated the Congre fitional parsonage and. Mrs Todd, has returned to Mrs. R. J. Glea son's. t Mrs. Fred If. Perry of Beverly. Mass., is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Marana Bra eg. Dentist will lie at Wait "field Thurs day, Oct. 2'1. You t-hould grasp this opportunity now, as he will lie unable to come many more times owing to the condition of the roads. adv. H. High School Notes. The Riverside has gone to press. Everett Farr gave a very interest ing talk Mimday morning on "Ths Study of History." A school newsletter is being sent to the parents each week in order to ac quaint them with the work of the school in detail. An assembly wss given by the first year class last Tuewlay afternoon con sisting of vietrola reirds, played and explained by Mr. Abliot. N'hool closed Tuesday night for the remainder of the week on account of the teachers' convention in Rutland. The regular monthly meeting of the Parent-Teacher association was held at the school building Friday night. The teachers gave a detailed report of the convention. Mr. AbUit reviewing the remarks of Mr. Dempsoy, Mr. Chit tenden and Mr. Johnson. Miss Perrine those of Jessie Rittenhwe of the Xew York Poetry society, Miss Powers those of Mr. Smith of the immigration service, and Miss Dana the speeches of 'the nstional commissioner of education. Mr. Tipgert, and of Miss Florence Hale of Maine. The schwil fair will W held sll day FrWav, Off, 21. In the evening the Junior will give an oM fashioned Halloweea party open to all. UrTc Tucker "2". rValah Monl Ion. "21. tsr)e .Tones. "21 ami Msr psr Marshall. "20. ere hr,me from the Cniersity of Vermont oer the weekend. Maud Emerson was one of a party that attended the state D. A. R. con vention at Windsor Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Rolin Simonds of Erar, tleboro visited at D. C Slack's the laHt of the week. Mr. Wilbur of Gardner, Mass., was at II. C. Sanborn's last week. His daughter, Mrs. J. H. Klaus, and lit tle child went home with him Thurs day. Reports from Mr. Klaus at Bur lington hospital are not so hopeful a his friends could wish. Mrs. II. C. Sanborn recently visited her daughter, Miriam, at Lyndon. Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Bates have re moved to Cornwall. ; -,t Thetford church is being supplied ly Rev. R. A. Dunlap of Dartmouth.. ' Mrs. Martha Heath is rejoicing over the birth of a grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Heath. Mrs. Orilla Smith of Cabot was a visitor in town part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Millia of Grot on spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Baldwin. Mrs. Lee Martin was in Montpelijr Saturday. - " Dr. P. B. Howaifl and Mrs. Howard of Newtonville, Mass., visited her mother, Mrs. Ellen Rideout,- Thursday. Carl Cnte and friend, Carl Ladd, of Raymond, X. H., were visitors at A. M. Cafe's last week. - Mr. and Mrs. Will Holmes and child of Montnelier were visitors of Mr, and IMrs. Claude Bailey Wednesday. Ralph Nye and Miss Florence Nye of Barre wera visitors in town Wednes dav. -A 1 . Mrs. L. C. Baldwin and Mrs, Viola Bemis visited' in Groton the first of the week. ' ' ' Mrs. Gardner Spencer spent last week in Waterbury with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Davis. . Trank Woodcock was a business vis itor in Barre Monday evening. Mrs. Stevens and family have moved to East Calais from the Leavitt rent. Mrs. Alex Ross and son. Francis, of Quinoy, Mass., were visitors in town Wednesday and Thursday. ' Fred L. Page of Barre visited rela lives in town last week on his way home from Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hutchins of Northfield visited their daughter, Mrs. M. AMartyn, a few days recently. Howard Tuttle was a business visit or in Barre Monday. , Mrs. C. L. Silver, and daughter, Gladys, were in Montpelier Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Wy man visited in Glover Sunday. S. B. Buxton was a visitor in Barre Friday. . ' H. O. Dwinell of Barre was a busi ness visitor in town Thursday. C. J. Buxton of Barre visited in town Saturday. Airs. Lillian Daniels of Middlesex, who has been at the home of her brother, H. O. Holt, for several weeks, has gone to her home. Harold Wells of Marshfleld recently visited Mr. and Mrs. John Parks. Mrs. Hardy, is at the home of Mrs. H. C Halt for a few days. Three members of Halcyon encamp ment were in Montpelier Friday eve ning. ' Mrs. E. WV Cate and friends of North Calais were in town Wednesday. Wallace Carnes of North Montpelier was in town Wednesday, Fifteen membt'rs of Arcadia lodge were in Ui'r!wick Friday evening to attend the district meeting of tfiat section. Several of the teachers attended the convention last week in Rutland. vFifteen members of Pleasant Val ley Rebekah lodge attended the district Society forever 75 years hat relied upon Gouraucfs Oriental Cream to keep the skin and complex, ion in perfect condition through die stress of the season's activities. Send IS e. for Trial Sbm CI, t?ii. Sill infj mm a "CASCARETS" FOR LIVER, BOWELS You're bilious! You are headachy, constipated, your eyes burn, skin is yellow j your stomach is sour, gasy, i upset. No wonder you feel miserable. Yoi need a thorough pbysk; with "Cis-1 carets" to-night to cleanse the atom- j ach of sour fermenting food and fou! I gases: take the excess bile from 'he' liver and carry out of the system all i the constipated poison in the bowt-.N. I (rtt a 10-cent box n6w and let 'Cas-1 carets" straighten you out by morn ing. Adv. Who is This? No. 3. V Glorious Autumn is with us, also the gorgeous Chrys anthemums. We have several large greenhouses filled with them, but their season is short, so to get them you must order at once. Patronize your local florist, he is a good friend of ours, perhaps he is one of our wholesale customers but if you cannot get what you want, send to us, we ship safely up to 5D0 miles don't think you live loo far away to get choice flowers from us. Keep in mind we are the largest growers of rut flowers between Massachusetts pnd Montreal, nearly one acre under gla, with an-up-to-date store in Randolph and another nearing completion irt White Ilher Junction, Vt. Our Quality is the Best, prces very moderate. The Totman service goes into all orders, large or small. The H. M. Totman Co. IocM Florist Members Florist Telegraph Delivery Association. Randolph, Vt meeting held at AVashington Friday "evening. "' ' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hillis of North Montpelier were visitors at Alvin Gate's Sunday. ' The funeral services of Ervin Nye were held Saturday afternoon at his home, Rev. A. W. Hewitt ofliciating. Burial was in the Center cemetery. Many relatives from Hardwick, Barre and Morrisville were present. The funeral services of Mrs. Juliette Perry were held at the home of her son, C D. Perryi Sunday afternoon. Rev, A. W. Hewitt officiated. Burial was in the village cemetery. F. H. Bruffee was in Marshfield on Sunday. Embarrassing Hairs Can be Quickly Removed (Beauty Culture.) Hairs can be easily banished from the under-arms, neck and face by this qukk; painless method: Mix into a stiff paste some powdered dclatone and wa ter, spread on hairy surface and in 2 or 3 minutes rub off, "wash the skin and it will be free from hair or blemish. Ex cepting in very stubborn growths, oim application is sufficient. To avoid dis appointment, buy the delatone in an original package "and mix fresh. Adv.. .V-Annr.-.l PKH CENT. lUnfflMe1Vm8fatMftfrAS' 'tin I ChecrJolncssanonx i trv,inm Mcmbixiena XHClurci vf' . ' rlR Mineral Noxr ' Ahe!pfuiRemedTr fK vrw..--r- .,c una 4 TssofSlee For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature M Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years :MTtt TMC CIKTSUS COMPANY, NEW TOMB CITY. Thursday, Oct. 20 One Day Only THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF THE A. 0. H. PRESENTS AT THE MAG NET THEATRE THE EIGHT REEL SUPERFEATURE THE TRANSGRESSOR Matinee1 at 3.45. Evenings at 6.45 and 8.30. Prices for this, production. ADULTS 35c ' CHILDREN 15c One of the 22 sttrs In "The Affairs f AaatoL" Movie Star Indentifi- cation Contest Of eonrse, you hae read the an nouncement of the 1'aramount Barre opera house tneaire on wu pare, n von haven t. read u ai om-e ana ee La- vr.ii r kfiTtipnne e!e ran iret tickets ' to the Paramount Barre ojwra house j theatre free. , i The pieture aboTe is one of 15 m- ; tion pii-ture star whoe photo will i be published In The Time for th- j next 15. days, a different one ea--h ! time. ow here is bow you An it to be j one of the winner. Cut the pieture out j eiuh day and at the end of the 11th j day pive earh one the name of the star ; roil think or know the picture i of, j and bring or wnd th m into The Tiir- j offir not later than Monday, O-t. 31, at 12 olm-k. No iwt of picture vill ' be received af'er that date and fim j F.very picture that wi!l be pub;iHed i i a p eture of one "f the slam in the Cf il B IV Mi!W Paramount piclnrr. ;. -Tb Affair of Afatoi," whirh will he ?nw at th liarre ojK-ra fcou-e j thraue Oil. 0. EE Fir You--FREE . PARAMOUNT-BARRE - OPERA HOUSE THEATRE TICKETS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF SCREEN STARS IN CEGIL B. DE MILLPS Paramount "The Affairs of Amtol79 In this supreme screen sensation of the century there are no lens than twenty-two char acters played by the most extraordinary combination of stars erery assembled in the his tory of theatrical entertainment. , Every week day for fifteen days, starting to-day, the Times will publish a picture of one of the stars. To the first person who brings or send in to the AN'ATOL CONTEST EDITOR OF THE TIMES a correct lUt of names of the fifteen stars, together with photographs clipped from The Times, a season ticket for two persons for one year will be given, and to the second person so doing one six months' ticket for two persons will be given. To every person who brings in or sends in a correct list of names of the fifteen stars, with photographs clipped from The Times a pair of tickets of admission to the theatre will be given. The contest will clo?e at 12 o'clock, noon, on Monday, October 31 after which no lists will be received. Prize winners will be announced and prizes awarded as soon thereafter as possible, and the correct list of names of the stars will be published. This contest is open to everyone except an employee of the Times or Paramount Ilarre Opera lloue. ' . Watch for the Pictures Each Day i