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THE BAKKE DAILY TIMES. HAIIRE, VT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1922. RYEGATE MAN TOSSED BY BULL Arthur Symes Was Lifted . Clear Over Fence and to Safety r 1.01..K r t cnuioiuoponi K-uuyna in a Hurry For real ffectlveaeea. this aid T home-made remedy tiae w equal. ITk.ll. And ,hun w mmwiJ ItJBS BROKEN AND CUTS RECEIVED It Was a Narrow Escape From Death As Bull Had Him Cornered ' Wells River, Jan. 121 Arthur Symes of llyegate barely escaped death on Monday last .by being attacked , by a bull. Byrnes entered the 1 enclosure Where the bull was when the bull made a charge for him. He was at last driv en into a corner, where he had little chance of escape when he happened to grasp the ring in the bull's- nose. The bull, becoming enraged, lifted his head, throwing Symes over his. head and out of the -nclo8ure. Mr. Symes suf fered several broken ribs, severe cuts and lameness and considers himself lucky, to be alive. The- bull, before this, was not considered a dangerous animal. Mr. Chamberlain, who has only re cently left the hospital, where he had , been since his ' fall downstairs, was helping out in the market of Chamver lain and Lang when he accidentally placed his fingers too near the knives of a grinding machine with result that ha is short a portion of one An ger and i again unable ta work. Woodsville lost a hard-fought game , at Newport last Monday night by the ' score of 29-14. The- Woodsville boys were short one ' or two players, yet the game was a very interesting and fas, ona to watch. You'll never know how quickly a bad cough can be conquered, until you try this famous old home-made rem edy. Anyone who has coughed all day and all night, will say that the immediate relief given is almost like rntigic. It if very easily prepared, ana there is nothing better for coughs. Into a pint bottle, put 2Vi ounces Of l'inex; then add plain granulated sugar syrup to make a full pint. Or you can use clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. KitV.r way, the full pint saves about two-thirds of the money usually pent for cough preparations, and gives you a more positive, effective remedy. It keeps perfectly, and . tastes pleasant children like it. You can feel this take hold instantly, soothing and healing tho membrane in all the air passages. It promptly loosens a dry, tight cough, and soon you will notice the phlegm tbin out and disappear. A day's use will usually break up an ordinary throat or chest cold, and it is also splendid for bron chitis, croup, hoarseness, and bron chial asthma. l'inex is a most valuable concen trated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, the most reliable rem edy for thront and chest ailments. fo avoid disnppointment, ask your druggist for "2V2 ounces of Fines' with directions and don't accept any thing else. Guaranteed to give abso lute satisfaction or money refunded. The Pines Co., 1't. Wayne, Ind. HEALING CREAM QUICKEST RELIEF FOR HEAD COLDS Colds and catarrh yield like magic to soothing, healing,, aniiseptic cream that penetrates through every air passage and relieves swollen, inflamed mem branes of nose and throat. You clogged nostrils open right up and you can breathe freely. Hawking ana snui fling stop. Don't Btay stulfed up and miserable Get a small bottle of Kl.v Cream ..At the regular meeting of Masonic I Balm from your druggist. Apply a lit- 3 - -1 r r e J ' .. . . . ioge me 3,1. ai. aegree was conieneu tie in tne nostrils ana gee instant re on two candidates. , The attendance at the meeting was very good.. John Morris of Thetford was a vis tor of friends in town on Wednesday, last. ' Mrs. Perry and Mrs. Lanphere have 'been 'attending Ecbekah meetings in the northern part of the state during the first part of the week. Is That the Explanation? Leslie Wish I was a girl. Susan Why? "So's I could wear hair over my ears, an' wouldn't ever have to wash platform. She was at once taken to lief. Millions endorse this remedy known for more than 50 years. adv. RANDOLPH Mrs. C. W. Ilayward, who has been ill for several weeks with a nervous trouble, has developed complications. Her daughter, Mrs. ,M. S. Higgins, who lives in New York, has been summoned and arrived here Wednesday noon. Her sister, Miss Harriette Ilayward, while at the station to meet her, fell on the 'em." Stray Stories. ACIDS III STOMACH CAUSE INDIGESTION Create Gas, Sourness and Pain How to Treat. ' her home, and since that tbime it has not ben reported just what condition she is in, or to what extent she is in jured. Mrs, J. II. Lamson and her daughter. Miss Mary Lamson, joined a Mont pelier party on Wednesday on a long trip to San Francisco, California, and from there they will sail for Honolulu to remain for several weeks. The house is closed here and Miss Lamson has procured an assistant to take her place during her stay away. . : Fern Rebckah lodge held its first meeting with the new officers on Tues- BRIAND TELLS OF SITUATION Explained Matters to the : French Cabinet in Paris HE MAY BE FORCED TO RESIGN POST Future Policy of Europe May Hinge on Outcome ." of Affair - j Medical authorities state that nearly nine-tenths of the cases of stomach 4v.-iitHla intirrosr inn amirrtesa niirninnr. gas, bloating, nausea, etc., are due to day "'llht at the hall. Plans were made an excess of hydrochloric acid in the th time, for the work of the com- stomach and not as some believe to a ng year, committees were appointed lack of digestive juices. The delicate and it was voted also to have a year Htomach lining is irritated, digestion is book, and a committee was appointed delayed and food sours, causing the disagreeable - symptoms' which every stomach sufferer knows so well. to prepare Mm. E. Kovalton copy for the printer. , E. Neill went to South AVednesdav to visit her Artificial digestents are not needed . dagi,ter, Mrs. C. E. Joslyn, and in sucu cases snu inuv uu rem mum (family, Trw Invincr aairla all rlitrpstitt llirlt arid I n,f wt from nv driiir-Hst . fevr Mrs. Florence Bridges went to Bcthe ounces of Bisurated Magnesia and take1 Wednesday to pass a few days with a teaRpoonful in a quarter glass of wa-: her friend, Mrs. Harry Alentley. ter right after eating. This sweetens! Mrs. Edna Fairbanks, who was es the stomach, prevents tlie formation of i pet ted from Northampton, Mass., this excess acid and there is -no sourness, ; veek, has decided to remain with her gas or pain, cisuraicu. magnesia ( in , gon 8n(1 wiie longer, as Mrs. Fairbanks jtowcicr or taniei iorm never nquia 01 milk) is harmless to the stomach, inex pensive to .take and is the most cP.' cient form of magnesia for stomach is not yet able to be left alone. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Metcalf, who have been here for the funeral and purposes, it is used by thousands ot . burial ot their onna this wee, lett on people who enjoy their meals with no! Wednesday morning for their home in more icar 01 inuigesiion.--aav. jureensuoroi For Constipated Bowels Bilious Liver The nicest cathartic-laxative to physic your bowels when you have Headaohe Billiousnesa Colds Indigestion Dizziness Sour Stomach candy-like Cascarcts. tonight will empty your bowels com pletely by morning and you will feel splendid. "They ork whila yon sleep. Cascarcts never stir you up or cripe like Salts. Pills, Calomel r Oil and they cost only ten cents a box One or two Children love Caecarett too. Adv. is Paris, Jan. 12 (By the Associated Press). Premier Brinnd, recalled from Cannes to explain the results of his negotiations with Prime Minister Lloyd Ceorge of Great Britain, was to pre sent the text of the Anglo-French de fensive pact to a cabinet council at Elysee place to-day.; His course after the meeting is uncertain, but the best political opinion, is that he will do one of two things thresh out the situa tion in public debate in parliament, or resign. Upon the fate of the Briand govern ment to-day rests not only the future policy of France, but perhaps Europe itself, it is believed here. French opin ion both that opposed to M. Briand and that favoring him, is unanimou that, in the words of Le Journal, "the crisis of unrest which weakens the po sition of France both with her allies and her former enemies must be end ed." The newspaper points out that Sun day is Jan. 15, the date on which Ger many is due to pay 500.000,000 gr.ld murks in reparations. "If Germany fails to meet her obligations," Lc Jour nal says, "and if between now and then no moratorium 1ia been accepted bv France, -there must be in Faris a government resolved to safeguard the j rights of our country Dy putting in force the clauses of the treaty of Ver sailles." The memorandum made public yes terday outlining the British viewpoint on the Anglo-French agreement has, if anything, increased the irritation of M. Briand s opponents, and the news paper, L'Eclair, which until recently was the principal supporter of Briand amomr the Paris press, has now be come his most vociferous critic. L'Eclair prints its comment to-day under the caption, "Dangers of the English Alliance It Will Not Prevent Lloyd George from Pursuing His Pur pose to Strengthen ttermany ana Weaken France." The article, which, it is announced, was written by a man high in the diplomatic world, fully bears out the promise of the headline. This is an extreme expression, but the other newspapers present substantially the same view, although being more se vere with Lloyd George than with Bt't and. M. Briand upon his arrival went di rectly to the foreign office and then to the Klyee palace, where he had a long conference with President Millcrand. According to some of the morning newspapers President Millerand shared the uneasiness displayed by the par liamentary commissions regarding the course of the negotiations at Cannes, and telegraphed personally to Premier Briand to that effect. MONTHS OF SUFFERING How a Baltimore Girl Re covered HerHealth Baltimore, Maryland. "For sev eral months I suffered with severe backache and gen eral weakness. X could not sleep comfortably at night for pains in my back. I found vour book athome one day and af ter reading it be gan at once to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Com pound. I have had very good results and soma or my gin friends are taking it now. You may use this letter to help other girls, as the letters in your book helped me." Rose Waidner, 3018 Koseland Place, Baltimore, Md. ' That is the thought so often ex- ressed in letters recommending ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. These women know what they have suffered, they describe their symptoms and state bow they were finally made well. ' . Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is a medicine made from medicinal roots and herbs, and without drugs, to relievo the sickness women so often have, which is indicated by backache, weakfeelings.nervousness, and no ambition to get anything done or to go anywhere. It nas helped many women. Why net try it? iiiiiimiitiiiillitllll ii ltd K M MOW Clean Child's Bowels with "California Fig Syrup" pa Even a sick child loves the "fruity" taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the little tongue is coated, or if your child is listless, cross, feverish, full of cod, or has colic, give a teaxpoonful to cleans the liver and bowels. In a few hours you can see for yourself how tliorou?lilv it works all the constipation poison, sour bile and waste out of the bowels, and you nave a wen, piayiui child again. Millions of mothers keep "California Fiir Svrun" handv. They know a tea spoonful to-day saves a sick child to morrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fur Svrup" which has di rections for babies aHd children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say "California" or you may get STOWE J. E. Russ Died Tuesday Night After Several Weeks' Illness. Justin E. Russ died at hi home at the lower village about 12 o'clock Tues day night, after an illness of several weeks. Mr. Russ had been a resident ol Stowe 38 ycurs.,He was a pronperous farmer and a respected citizen. He was born in Hartford' Jan. 30,. 1855, and passed his life before coming to Stowe in Hartford and Hyde Park. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Helen Peck Russ, and daughter, Miss Grace Russ, and a sis ter, Mrs. Minnie fcimalley of Morris ville. A son, Harry E. Russ, died in July, 1920. The daughter has been hav ing treatment for illness at the Fanny Allen hospital for several weeks. , Mr. Russ wan devoted to his family ad his hospitality and genial disposition made him many friends. The funeral will be held at the Community church at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Minnie Smalley of Morrisville is here on account of the illness and death of her brother, J. E. Rim Mrs. Myra Styles of Morrisville is visiting the Misses Bigelow on Maple street. Miss Jessie F. Grandy has returned' to Burlington, after visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll M, Pike. . E. A. Tilton of Westford was a vis itor in town the first of the week. When he left home, there was very little enow, so he came with a road cart, driving a mule, making the trip throuirh Smuffclcrs' Notch. The faur-! ney was comparatively easy until he reached Morse's camp and from thcri the snow was crusted so hard he had to make a path for the mule. The trav eling was so difficult that the mule be came exhausted and Mr. Tilton was compelled to pass the night at Barnes' enmp. The camp is not in use this win ter, so Mr. Tilton was compelled to get his supper from the provisions he found there, which consisted of frozen potatoes, onions and corn. meal. Mrs. Amanda Clark of Brattleboro vixited her sister, Mrs. F, J. Buron, last week. Mrs. S. A. Stebbins is -recovering from an attack of tonsilitis. Superintendent C P. Howe was a visitor in fctowe Wednesday. Miw Lois MeCuen,' who has ' b ?en spending several weeks at her home here, is novf caring for a woman in Warren. Mrs. Henry McCucn and Mrs.' M. D. Powers were visitors in Burlington on ; Tuesday. . ; . Principal C. J. Strand and several boys expect to attend the older boys' conference in Barre Friday. . A." R, Straw returned Wednes.iny (Tom Watcrbury Center, where he fn stalled the officers of the Waterbury grange Tuesday evening. " MUs Marjorie Watts, who has b?n ill for several months, is much im proved in health and is able to be about the bouse. Max E. Coan is confined to the houie by illness. - ' i4 THE tims to watch the !v t Abeauooltneirirlniort -ill earetully is when she is IT JlF nterinu younif woman-r- rV Munh tflftnitndH unon lf& thepro'perlunctiontnBoftbB If V? oraans ot elimination. Let no r V.J I ... iH.rfari With it. Uyoudetectthssligblesttend Y aner to constipation, by slvns ef biliousness, hetdache or rest lessness check it with a teaspoonful ot Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN THE FAMILY LAXATIVE Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is a Compound of Egyptian Senna ana other simple laxative herbs with pep sin. It works ifomly, is free from Briplnir, and contains no narcotics, ottles can be bad at any drug store, and tb cost is only about a cent a dose. Juiittryltl - HALF-OUNCE BOTTLE FREE Few Acapt constipation, so sven if you do not require a laxative at tnit moment lei me send you a Half-Ounr Trial Bottle of my Sjrup PeftJin FKEE OF CHARGE so that you will have it KanAy when nttdrA. Simply tend your name ana adArcs to Pt. W. n CaldWH, 5u Wtuhitmten Sc., Moiufccilo, ill. Write me toda?. WATERUVRY ISORTHFIELD an imitation fig syrup. adv. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Fire District Votes to Apply Oil to Street Twice Next Summer. Although a large crowd attended the annual meeting of the fire district, No. 1, it was a very tame affair all the way througlu In the absence of Ray mond Trtinor, moderator, Pliny J. Hamilton was elected to fill the va cancy, which he did very favorably, and was also elected to serve as mod erator for the ensuing year. Other oflictrs elected were as follows: Clerk and treasurer, Everett J. Eaton; mem ber of the prudential committee for three rear?, John I) Bacon; chief en gineer, F. A. Hutchinson; first assist ant, Alex McDonald; second asitaut, George B. Domin: auditors, 11. R. Per rin. and C. L. LeBourveau. A motion that Mrs. Myrtie L. Brouillette be re elected as collector of taxes was iot carried as her health will not permit her to serve. Mrs. Margaret Van Sleet was unanimously elected to that office. It was voted that the pruden tial committee be authorized to pur chase road oil to be applied oh the streets in this district, two applications to be made, one in May and the other the lat of August. That the pruden tial committee be authorized to pur chase a storage tank to hold one car load of oil, to hold until ready for ti'e, anlihst a tax of ten cents on the dollar be raised to defray the expense of same. A motion that the prudential com mittee be instructed to purchase a storage battery for the fire alarm ays-t-m, and that a tx of five rents on the dollar b raied to defray the ex- pene cf the same was not carried. It was voted that m ad'Iition to the lax of ten ey-nts on the dollar, already raised, a further tax of thirty cent bcoraised t defray the necessary ex penses of the district for the ensuing year. 1 he report of I. . Mutchinwm. chief engineer, was read and accepted. FREEZONE Corns Lift Off with Fingers Drop a little "Fnwine" on an act ing corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift It right off with fingers. It dojsn't hurt a bit. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Frecione" for a few cents, ufiicient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without a particle of pain. Adv. For Raw Sore Throat At the first aign of a raw, lore throat rub on little Musterole with your fingers. It got right to the tpot with a gentle tincle, loosens congestion, draws out soreness and pain. Musterole is a clean, white ointment made with oil of mustard. It has all the strength of the old-fashioned mus tard plaster without the blister. Nothing like Musterole for croupy children. Keep it handy for instant use. 3 Sand 6 5 cents in jars and tubes; hospital site, $3. BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER Dr. Hwsr4 alirars rerraatneM WARNING Say "Bayer" when ycu buy Aspirin. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accent only "Bayer" packije which contains proper directions. nnr ayer' boit of .11 tablets Alf bottle f 24 sal 1"-J IVartJta- The Vermont Bskinr Co. shipped ' B"w i. . - . - -.. .,. rw . I - . : - B"toa this week. Ucorg Went, Frank Tbompun, Crmrgr Smith and Lei Imbert eworted the "porkers' to the stockyard. The annual meeting of the membert of the r'irt l"nierii.t society si hrld Mmiilir eteniiig at the home of Mrs. F. II. Perkins, and tk following offkvr were elected Utr the entiing year: FMrtk B. Warren, mv!eratir; Mr. Su.e Krarh. trMsurer; Nel lie Adam. fWk: S IL Aliti, Andrew Po!in. xiwm Bugler. Charles K-ach. r. B. Warren. Itottrf of trtj David A. Tinrrei, F H. Perkins. Crroll S. S ut?int', hoard of fisl njte; Mr. . It. IVrkim, Mr. S. II. A-Jttt. Mr. K'-; Pr"n. Mr. F. B. War-i r-. Mr. Csrroll S'ulast, f irjl i c.-Hsnrt:!. Co. 1. Am r'.- Lfjt 'on, of St. J .'. bury. iU j'sy kf at - rv-r vt"T sj v eEiig wita li:frl rt, , OXIDAZE FOR COUGHS, COLDS Bronchial Asthma r an4 fcarrvatiaa eanrlnr wfrlr. mtrklr 4 .rif ,,,Trd Tu-dy n'ebt bftwern the to. Cr.ni b.rJrM.;r- N- nd tne ''n club him H !e) ufrly. H4 rmme A.th I Hrf fe IttMlU rM 1 1 mm Mm. Mrs. Sarsli Carpenter fame Saturday from hor home in Strafford, and will spend the remainder of tho winter at the home of her cousin, Mrs. M. M. Curtis, on Cross street. - Wayne Slack, who has been pcnd inft hi holiday vacation with his par ents, Mr. ai?U Mrs. II. It. black, has re turned to Davenport, la. Mr. and Mrs. Xewell 'Jones of Ran dolph wt-re recent visitors in town, guests at the home of Mrs. -Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eujrene Carpen ter, on the Union brook road. Jeremiah Donahue is confined to his home bv illness. He has been suffer ing with blood poison in bis hand and arm, and now has a serious attack of bronchitis. His place in John Harri pan's store is being taken by Clyde Tuller. , II. P. Ball of the local postoffice is confined to his home by illness. Jliss Georgia Fortin has returned from Springfield, where she has been spending a two weeks vacation with her sister. She resumed her duties as Imokkeper in Cross Brothers' garage Monday. Charles Provost has rivturned to Mil ford, Ma., after spending a two weeks' vncat!on with his parents in i town. He is taking a course at a I watchmaker' school in that city. I At the annual meeting of the Xorth I f eld Cornet band, Charles M. Good i rich wss elected president. The oth er otliccr are: tveretary ana treasurer, K. A. Silver; directors, Charles M. Gmidrici', TIcman Johns, Royal F. Brit ain; musical director and business manar, Kd. Swsnn; librarian and janitor, Bert Celley. Miss Paulina Cady lias gone to Bos ton, where she ia to enter Simmons college. A chsrity bazaar is to be held next week Tuesday and Wednesday eve ning under t'ne aupiivs of some of the ladie ot Xiirthfield. who ore interetcd in charity work in town. Tuedy night will be a whit party followed by n informs! dance party. On Wednes day evnins there will be a poverty ball, with Carroll's orchestra of I'.arre to furnish mmic for dancing. Re freshments will be served and every thing will lie done to make both eve nings plea-ant for all. It is hoped ev eryone will try and go one or both eve ninirs to help a raot worthy caue. A rrest dial of (rod has been done in Northlicid for the past few yesrs, with money rsic! by the lsdies who have worked very hard to get up various en tertainments." A lively game of basketball K&lfOt. W. Vev W n4 H sll i elatrn. Krodrirk. Cnl. Ara H pleel with mult, t irrb-Tuie. O. Mora brip thaa from Oi ins. Koml Vim It s-i"i. full utjafartlnn. twiru M-etk It kMwfiied met rrmlT V'orrettr. Mam. ! wnrth IhmiMkjnim to m. Kx. N H. I Hk tn hirht prmmr mf H. toitim, Wirh. I m trrVst rlf. How. IU Ulu-h Far mkM. kwt I r fnond. (inrtnwti. O. It fc a wnewWful w. Ik w. biri'h Hatia. N. I. Inirhtrd vita On- Si Mb K-ada!. Man. Orasa rw. valnrJ vicM r wim4 mm '. (Wr mi. . AO Oracsiata. teams, the latter winning by a acore of 34 to IP. The company team was mmpoed of the following: Colbr, IMaMnde. H, IVattie nith, Tul ler and Aiken. The Xisatin club tes m w. Ir"i.t J., Howe, Plastridge, T (i.flin and Davis. Mccr Nfk Iff M I H !UIaVlslU J SsTtd. 'I have nothing to Mr,' rravely re marked the 0rst pel :t k is n. j Realising bow erikuly ttesr be bsd come t telling 1 be truth, be hastened to add: "For public! kn. Thus was a treat profesaioa pre served for posterity. Jodge. , Miss I.enft Wfllln.-c, instructor in mu sic in the schools, has returned from Burlington, where she attended tho lecture bv Frederick H. Ha v wood of Haywood Institute of Universal Song, Mr! HaywoodV lecture was upon "Voice Culture a Specific Subject fur High Sclio.;! Students." Miss Wallace elao (ook two periods of instruction with Mr. Haywood. People here rccret to loam of the death of Mrs. Kancy Linncll of Lowell, Mass., ,as chronicled us the Waitslteld news. Mrs. ' Linncll has spent much time here with her sister, Mrs. Rams dell, and with Mfl. Samuel Baird, dur ing their residence here. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Eastman of Dux bury ore parents of a daughter. Pauline Moody has returned to her studies at Boston university. William H, Shurtleft of Norwich uni versity was a recent guest of Miss J Evelyn Backus. Paul C. Rogers lias returned to Keene, N. H., after spending the holi days with his parents,. The son born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Backus Dec. 24 has been named Paul Harold Backus, jr. Mr. and Mrs, Calvin Rogers have re turned t Waterbury for the winter. r Nearly 100 members" attended the meeting of . Dillingham grange last Saturday evening, when the following officers were installed by E. G. Miller, past master, assisted by Miss Gertrude Miller: Master, Willis Breene; over seer, E. T. O'Brien; lecturer, Evelina Kellett; steward, J. M. Johnson; chap lain, Mra. D. D. Deavittr treasurer, Mrs. James Collins; secretary, Maude McMutlin; gatekeeper, Lewis Morse; lady assistant . gatekeeper, Annie Morse; assistant steward, Roy Boyee. The? Graces were: Ceres, Mrs. E. C. narvey; Pomona, Mrs. Edward Good heirti Flors, Mrs. L. S. Hills. F. G. Pease, diotrict -deputy, was present. This grange hs made great growth and now has a membership of nearly 150. There will be a special meeting of Winooski lodge. No. 49, V. & A. M., Friday evening. The F. C degree will be worked. The Older Boys conference at Barre this week will have a fine representa tion from this town. From the Meth odist, church there will attend: Carl Lamb, Wiiliam Wallace and Donald Smith, and the pastor, Rev. George H. Locke, will be at? part of the meet ings. From the Congregational church, the minister, Rev. John C. Prince, will leave with the party, but will return for Sunday. C. B. .Adams, who has charge of the boys' work, will go and it is expected that others may attend on Sunday. The young men attending from this'church will be Myron Graves, Lawrence Sbelvey, Wesley Prince, Er nest Peatman, Rex Morse, Elbridge. Miller, John Giacoletti, Curtis Tier sons, narry Edwards and Raymond Perkins. Friday evening there will be a joint installation of the oflicers of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges. The offi cers of Mentor lodge. No. 5, I. O. O. r, noble grand, Dr. J. F. Claire; vice-grand, Herbert F. Johnson; secretary, Robert Knowles: treasurer, K. E. Joslyn'; will be installed by Col. Fred Thomas, D. I). G. M., of Montpelier, and the ofli cers of Emerald Rebekalt lodge. No. 33, Mrs. Emma Hawkins, noble grand; Mrs. Emma Ather, vice grand; Mrs. Edna Boyce, secretary, and Mrs. Mar tha Clairi treasurer, will be installed by Mrs. Grace Campbell, D. D., of Ran dolnh. Miss Stella Hills of the local high. school, daughter of Mr. and Mr. L. S, Hills of Dmbury, is. one of the state winners of the girls' club in the state in the clothing project. Miss Hills seems to bs the Mile representative on the prize lift from this part of the county. Among the appointments of Mt. Sinai temple, Mvstie Shrine, are Charles B. Adams of this place, outer guard, and Eugene A. Stanley, M. D., assiotar.t medical director. Dr. George H. Newton is one of the representa tive to the imperial council. Charles A. Miller, district deputy of Maccabees, is in town, where lie will remain for two or three weeks. Depu ty Miller has heen working in Morri v'ille anl Hyde Park. State Deputy Ward of Portland, Mf, has appointed Charles A. Miller district state com mander 'of this tent. Iu the list of officer of the Relief corps at the Center, the name of Dr. E. J. Foster was unintentionally omit ted. Di. Foster is musician "for the organization and in that, as in all com munity affairs, show his helpfulnes. ' At lh social of the Congregational church Frklsy evening, the tketch, "An Evening at Home," will be given I There will be musical numbers, jrames, I and refreshments will bo served. This ia free and ay good time is expected. Thursday evening the olllccs of Al hambra encampment, No. 20, I. 0. O. F., will be installed by F. E. Grout, D. D..G. P., and Ellis Mason, D. D. 0 J. W., of Montpelier. Officers are as fol lows: H F Johnson, chief patriarch; L. J. Garvey, senior warden; K. A. Phelps, high priest; G. O. Rtisscll, scribe. ' To most people news that Patrick Herbert was seriously ill with pneu monia was closely followed by news of his death. Patrick Francis Herbert, known as "Patsy" Herbert, was born on Rickur mountain 57 years ago, the son of Thomas and Margaret (Kelty) Herbert. He has always lived on the home placo and has been much re spected by all. He married Mary Burke 0'Xeil, who has been dead many years. H i survived by two daugh ters, Mrs. Katie Somers and Mrs. Agnes Guciarec; one son, Richard Her bert; one brother, Richard Herbert; and two sistrs, Mrs, Alexander and Mrs, Kczer, of Montpelier. ' Many wili be glad of tho pleasant word which comes from Rev. end Mrs. W. E, LVnip'.asis, Mr. Douglass being a former pastor of the Methodist Epis connl churih in thinlaoe. now located in Post Mille. The house where they' PIMPLY7WELL DONTBE live is having many repairs, td which i we: this spring will be added a porch andj People Notice It. Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' . Olive Tablets A pimply face will not embarrass you -much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skirt should begin to clear after you have tar-en the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel; there's no sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, but their action ia gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets fa ever cursed with a "dark brown taste, " a bad breath, a dull, listless, " no good " feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bvl disposition or pimply face. vf Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable! compound mixed with olive oil: you will know them by their olive color. Dr, Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints) and Olive Tablets arc the immensely effective result. Take one or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look, l'oc ana juc. Suppose any statesman. ...i; rt't- ."11..- ..1 t. om.u! punning xiib uiaKe LJ1U. " 1 day business. in nini . a mvs j "no - j iv'i' m i ( There were 1500 csunpem of the lake last summer congregaiioi.s averagca over auu. -w. r,,, : .,,,,;;,. ollr iale6t and best mod- uiu .virs. iougiiMui appear ue r. jo; , . ,.,.,,., havB hf.pn howled d.iwu UMi-.vc. repairs. , j cr for(fi )ail SUJI!(,stcd ten on the shores tlmtb ,v0 fi1 ,to,, blliWing ler fci'n'lHy warsllp; lirul ;nk Ulf o1 what We nig Vermont and many here vr;li re member their ' work .with much grati Man, the Fighting Aniaia!. Still there are cynics who keep on as a crazy dreamer. The Rritinli gov ernment in 1013, driven by fear of tho growing- Cernutn navy and the increas ing coat of armament, did, sound out the C'crmun 2"vern,n,:I,f; alont a "two rear. suHiPiision of building and parroting the familiar refrain: '"You ; promptly withdrew the proposal when can t stop warfare, because man is a it was remitlea. ino worm whj not rlghtinz animal, and human nature ready for the idea. And now we are never c'.ianj.'cs." Whether human nature entering upon, a ten-year holiday with at bottom really changes, may be open the thrao leading powers voluntarily to discussion but that is not exactly scrapping nearly a million tons of what the cynics mean. They mean fighting ships, while all the nations that human nature kseps right on ex- applaud. Yes, wo Still tight, but peo- pressing itself, age after age, in the pie who used to fight each other are same way and history, past and pres- beginning to fight armament and taxes ent, is crammed with facts disproving and povedy and ignorance and disease, that assumption. Take this naval lioli-; Brockton Times. ; Free Proof That Ironized Yeast BuildsWeight Beautifies Skin and Gives New Energy To Thin, Run-down Folks Do you need more flesh? Are yon run down, pale or scrswuy looking ? Do yoa lack energy or la your skin blemished , by humiliating pimples, blackheads or boils t. 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"l'spp's Cold Cmpoiind'' is t!-. qiiirktftt, Hiret relief known and co't only a ivr cents at tlrur stores. II arts without aistanre. Tastes tiioa, Contains no quinine. Insist Upn( Tape's. Adv. Rcli iblcS kinTrcil ra e n t 5far1r Alcae. I N'o. at dear. jo niit jc:si us. j Kerr von.it t-dsy sh3M (to ia ftiy ! asere fm4. Xjtktn to bougie, r,inp." Mi" fs4." r- ROUGH. PU1PLY SRN Qearcd Up In Few Days Ne woman need have a repul sive, unsightly akin ten chances te ene It's caused by constipation nsl a lary liver, which Is easily and auickiy remedied. Fee a ged, safe, purely vegetable regulator wtilch will keep yaur system clean. as stature Intended. TAKE ci-uiTKTrTf'cr MANDRAKE VJ PILIXKicKtX, ; J iff Am 4i'if e "Ot rV-ne V. "5 - "4 i Sitfer rVuvW or iMmertcd NEW YEAR'S SALE A Special Discount of 10 per cent on Nearly AH Cash Sales of $1 or More. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES OX PAINTS During this sale I am making a special Cash Discount on many of the articles you are looking for, such as Men's Sweaters Working Gloves Boots and Shoes Children's Hosiery, only. ... 15 cents a pair, 2 pair for 25c A Few Suggestions at Special Prices!, Sugar, per lb 6c j Thread, per spool 5c Tea, per lb 30c and 37c' O. X. T. Cotton. 5pool. . .9c Oatmeal, per lb 4c! Ladies Underwear, at.. 43c CornmeaJ, per lb 3tic Men's Calbntrgan. at ...59c Lenox Soap, per cake . . . . 5c j Men's Work Shirts at . . 69c Maxfield's f pedal 4c1, Men's Odd Frocks, at . S AVE CARFARE RY BUYING HERE, NOW I E. E. 3LAXFIELI), Pbinfield. Vermont. "It ia rey rtia'j'ae iro.t tret Fxe.