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THE BAH RE DAILY TIMES, BAItllE, ; VT., FRIDAY, JANUARY) 27, 1922.
Good Intentions Good intentions never made anyone in dependnt. Many people go through life dreaming of great deeds but never get to the point of action. It is the people who act decisively at the right time who count in the affairs of the world. Perhaps you intend to start a saving account to-morrow or next week, or1 next month. But will you do it? . The time to open a savings account is NOW with what you can spare out of this week's earnings or income. Do not dimply dream ACT. ' "HE CAN WHO THINKS HE CAN.". THE MONTPELIEK SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY "The Old Bank on the Corner" . Montpelier, Vermont. Depository of the State of Vermont. RANDOLPH Chimney Fire in DuBois & Gay Block Caused Some TJnconvenience. ; A I'liimiicy firo in the DuBois and tiny block caused the tenants to be very uncomfortable, besides doing some damage, on Thursday. In the aiiirt nients of C. J. Rook well, the smoke filled the rooms for some-time, smok ing; them up aud musing damage. In the other stores and rooms the nmoko was not so deime, but in the barber chop of M. V. Campbell it was well distributed. The fire was let burn in the-chimney and after a time went out without any eeridus trouble. The glovo factory was. inconvenienced be vhum they could not have fire enough to niako?them comfortable and the help wa allowed to go where they; could find comfortable quarters for a! time. - VITAMIIJE IN ' YEAST PUT UP IN TABLETS NOW Easy Way To Take It Results . Quicker Less Bother PLAIMFIELD CHEMISTS CONCENTRATE DOSE INTO TINY TABLET Inhale It-Rub It In for grippe, influenza, fainting, cold, catarrhal paint, sora throat, headache, bronchitis, asthma, croup, etc The favorite family liniment for mora than C5 years. ;.' '' .' Tho Quaker Qzts Company's 'yz Gives uou af Correspondence jo: u ' i : 1 . A - .. . a" . J ' L O- M I'll v. Off. fS 7 3 i "The Man with the Key to Poultry SBecrsi" THINK OF ITI A complete Poultry Course by Albert Angell. Jr.,TheQuaker Oats Company'sPoultryExpert.absoIutely free. It won't cost you a cent This complete course consists of over 50 lessons dealing with the complete study of the great subject of Successful Poultry Raising. Mere are some of the lessons and bulletins: "torn first kasoa-toa Csnsnardal Eff Farm Isssds atrf VariatlaaCaaafal Parpaas - , Tsa Ej Tn Mast Tjpa Principle, of Br.mlms; N.toral Incuaalkra--Natural raadiaf Brooder Houms and Eauipcsoat Poultry Hoamud Equasnaat Carsaf , Braeduuj Slock Faadrnj r Manas amaat for Et( Produclioa Sdoctioc the Lariat . Haalncraaslaf Etc Proportion b IllaraiaarJoa Msrkotin, tho Casnmrdat Erf-Tha Day Old Chick Muolrgp Foodiaad Malaod, of FaedinfFetdins Equinmoal Crowing ad Marlarliot Brailon and Roaum Frodinf Yonnf Chicks lor Quick MiorilT "' Capaas and Ceniin Ponhrr Dliaaaas, TraaimaBt, Cura and lioma Mod Reawdioa Sanitation Fauwtns, KilUnr , Drtulna and Pscklnf Conditioning aad ExlubiUrn Fowls Prasarriaf Et for Haaa Usa Posiltry Sacraia DiKloaad. ' . The above are only a few of the many subjects covered in thi3 complete course, . a course that treats on and fulJy covers every poultryroblero from A to Z. ..... How to secure This Poultry Course Free i poultry course is absolutely frea to every rwultry i purchase, Ful-O-Pep Dry Mass, Growing Math or Chi Feed a. Ful-O-Ptp Poultry Fiteda ars recrtitized as the beat noul-rv i market. Place your order, with us (or any quantity o need forward your name to The Quaker Oats CoAntmy and the will your first lewoo a) Ui valuiblo poultry couna. Remember thl, tervlre la free only to those who tue Fut-O-Pep reeaa ana wno purcnase tnem at tnu store, uo not raise this WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Dominic Izzo Fined in a Double Liquor : Case. .'; In Hartford municipal court Thur tlrtv afleniKon, tho case of State vs. Dominic Jzzo was tried before Judge A. (J. Wliltliam. The respondent was charged with illegal ; ponscssion and selling of intoxicating- liquor, -which was seized by oflicers on a search war rant dated Uec. 30. 11121. The court or dered that a fine of $ KM) and costs of $l!D.4lJ be imposed, with a suspended jail sentence of nineihooth to a year, and a utispended line of $i!00, the re epondont boinpr placed in . the custody t tho probation oincer. Alter the hearing on' the condemnation of the litiuor in tmestion. consistiiiar of 10 bot tles of " wliiskey, two kegs of cider, l. I I . !. ..... . I I I . the court to be destroyed. Miss Anna Slcllahon from the state board of charities was in court look ing up the case of little Robert Vernon Stewart, ten years old and without a home.- The boy's father died when Robert was four years old, and the mother is reported since to have mar ried in Massachusetts, leaving him homeless, and without guardianship, unless the state board of charities pro vides a suitable home. At present the ittle fellow is living with Mrs, New ton Davis on Christian street, near Wilder. . Thousands are : turntntr from " erdinaty I yettit, to the new and belter way of e-ettiuir ; Vitamtns. ' Everyone knows that by taking thrae Phoa-Pho Vltamlnen tablets they get a proper dose, euily taken. Result are quicker end mora economical. The tablrti kt Indefinitely and never upeet even the e.kit atonuich. Combined with ;iycenv. The weather continued cold and tin Thursday morning the thermometer registered the lowest it has this week. : phosphate and the Fat Soluble A ViUroine i , It was Irom 24 to 3l degrees UelOW ' oim ar more powcriui. gero in some locations. ''"- Junior High School Notes, s i The 6(vnii;r elas play, entitled '"The Deacon Knlungled," will bo given on Thursday evening Feb. 2, instead of Jan, 28, us previously announced. The J'arcnt-Teac-hpr, organization was effected on Tuesday evening, with Hie following program and ' uflieers t'lertedt-Vk'trola rewirdj d'nfliigiic, Ktta Dunkling and Edith .Rutchi-hh-rj, tlia Ingue, IXirothy Wheeler, Freda free, Marion Bailey, Fred Hatclielder, Thorn -ns Harvey and Floyd Tucker; victrola records speaker, John D. Whitierj tiecr tion of olliiers; refreshments. OtlWri elected were as follows: President,, Mrs. O. L. Martin: first vicctpreaiilent, ('. , J. . Bartlett j' second vice-president, Mrs. Glenn Uuniliain; secretary, Mrs, Flora (ate, treasurer, Albert Fowler. Tho second-year students are pre paring booklets illustrating their work i in the English class on "The Courtship of Miles Standish." ' ; , I Thousantta of men and women are enrich ing; their blood. imurovinE their appetite. Mrs. 1). D. DtlBois left on Thursday . correcting conatipatlon, clearing their akin, for Bangor, Me., where she will pass ir" weight a n d an llldennile time with Mr. and Airs. - etrenath by taking A. E. Bass. i 1 : ' t P h o a-pho ViUmina I tablets. Mrs. Mabel AVheeler, just returned Dooto. chemiat. stowe and dnurtriiiU endomA these new tablets. Each bottle of sixty tablets packed in orange colored carton boar name of na oratory. Wheeling, VT. Va.. for large bottle prepaid. They ro splendid for you this time of year. Adv. or, manager of Swift and u branch, was in Boston managers of Swift, and company., Mr-. .Sawyer accompanied him as far as Manchehter, where she is visiting her fitster, Mrs. I May Kendall. ' Jlrs. Klla Priest, who had been .vis itinsr her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. t5.-5TC Wpw "vSTZ i C. rnest of Barnes avenue, re wouia cost you ironi to a u purcnaaad Irora same of ma poultry schools. Albert Anitell. Jr., flic Quaker Oata Coinpiny's Poultry Expert, la one of the best informed poultry men in the country. He hat helped thousands to succeed in the poultry business. He will help yea. We feel proud of the tact that we have been selected aa The Quaker Gat, Company's representative to give te our customer, this valuable poultry course. Visit our ators soa (cam ail stout Jhia woodailul offct. A. A. Sawy company's h Friday, attending' the annual meeting j torson and several ' teachers, plan to and banquet of the Kew Kngland branch attend the teachers'' ttiitvention , in from a trip abroad, ia passing an in definite time with Judge Rowell and family. 1 .. .. - Miis Winifred Richmond ' attended the nieeting of he Woman' club at tinl!y known Irving Bethel on Wednesday, which was held Laboratory which is with Mm C. D. tilling. At this tune the president of the federated medicine. If your clubs of the state, Mm. Slay ton, gave druscint hasn't j'ho a talk which wa, very eujJyable. Vitamta. tablet. Dr. and Mrs. H. VH,IToldin and Mrs. ti. 0. Stevens, guests in Barre Wednes day, have returned home. The high "school building has been quite comfortajde this week consider ing the weather. The mu.-ic room in the basement has not hot air, connec tion and so could not be used, the classes using the superintendent's of fice. It was difticult to get the rooms warm yesterday, as it was necessary to use the electric motor on account of the rhortage of water but the elec tricity shortage was still shorter than the water shortage and the tpeed of the big fan dropped 50 revolutions per minute and it was impossible to get a proper amount of hot air into the rooms. v- " - " ' . ', , ., The superintendent's mid-year exam inations will .be given to the rural schools next week, liupt. O; W. Pat- " .k, rJ iRvif;Gs m Frozen Pipe Exploded, Smashing Stove at S. A. Stebbins.' , At S. A.' fjtebbins' Tuesday morning the hot water, front in the kitcheu range exploded, owing to a frozen pipe. The griddles were blown off and the front of the stove was broken, letting several burning oticks of wood fall to the floor. Xo one was in the room at the time of the explosion, but Mr. .Stebbins came in from an adjoining room in time to extinguish the burn ing wood before the floor ignited. , ' , .. '. - The cold weather was even mora ex- LOGICAL ADVICE! Strike at the root of weak- 0 ness is logical advice to I m uiuoc s Jiiuuivu in vuamy. m iQnnttoCmiiloinnS gUUUII U a.ii)U!OIUII Q i nourishes the body, u 1,1 I I I helps build strength. Scott St Bowne, Bloomiiald, N. J. -ALSO MAKERS OF -H0ID5 (Tablets or Granules) I For DNDIGESTION - : 1 I If I 8 Wash Ycur Hair With Be Careful What You J F.'M. KEMPTON, Barre, Vermont There's a Difference between shed cured dry wood and wood that has been out in the rain and snow. Our wood is shed cured dry wood. Our coals are high grade coals. Calder & Richardson, 'Phone 450 Montpeliernext week, Mr.' "Patterson attended a mental test conference at Dartmouth college the other day. In order to check up the work in reading in the Kandolph graded adlool tlie aiiperintendent gave a etandard ixed reading tet this week and the rlu1f ft were atifactory. The genres showed very even grading in the school. Of the 173 ptiil examined,' four re- turned to her home in Dalhousie, New BritnKwick,, yesterday.- ' I Mr. and Mrs. KUncr Adams of Hart Iford are the happy parent of a daug'.i ' ter, Florence. Kva," born ISunday, weigh ing eight and one-half pounds Mr. K. J. Oareia and son of Provi dence are the guests of her parentp, Mr. and Mrs. KriM Hutchinaon. . i Dr. K. T. Kidder--of- Woodstock, health oflicer of Woodstock, and. Miss! Cutfer, district nurse, are making an; inspection - through all the schools , which will cover a period of two weekn.j Miss r. L. fuller o tho guest of Mr. and liama. Through rumors concerning the local intercut of the late A. L. Hailey of j St. Johnsbiiry, who for vear had been f hn rtpufl nf u r'liuln rif at nrpa - wiilel V (known as the Bailev Music Rooms, it i dandruff, stop itching lis authentically reported that the Bai-' ' faIIl" hair, and, in I li v store here" ha been purchased bv f few, "'omenta, you .' t- xia,.-huii f..r wi vr ua ' av doubled t he beau- t rcme Thursday morning in this vil lage than on Wednesday the mercury Handing at from U2 to 30 below zero, the coldest of the seaaon. On the out lying hills the' records werr from 1.1 to 25, about the same as on Wednesday. At a recent meeting of livestock shippers held at the Akeley Memorial building fifty-three farmers were pres ent and were addressed by K. 0. Kirk of Waterbury, who is in charge of the Washington county project, and La moille C'oHjity-' Agent P. B. Jone of Morrisville. Thote present were unani mous in signing the contract. Lewis Latuch, B.-C. Bull and T. L. Beanche-! nun were elected to lake charge ol shipping from Stowe. Stock will be shipjied Saturday. . i chard White, which auy drug store will j Mios Ella Sargent, w ho ha been supply for a few cents, shake well, and J with her brother, L. C. Sargent, at the you have a quarter-pint of harmless , Fanny Allen hospital the past week, and dclis-htful lemon-bleach lotion to resumed her teachlnir at Stowe hicli f often and whiten red, rough or chapped ( school Thursday, leaving her brother nanus, inia iionie-niRiie lemon union is . Uoing aa well a can, be . expected. to smoothen the f kin. Famous stage f ,!,Mr.s- R;-H: GIe h,,1 daughter, Grace beauties nse it to bleach and brhur :u? ho. 1,avc . V several weeks that soft, clear, rosy-white complexion, Wl1 "cndf ifi t-levetand. O., expected becau e it doei-ii t i'rritate-adv. ' to leave Ueveland , edneky nrght GIRLS! LEMONS WHITEN ROUGH CHAPPED HANDS Most soaps and prepared shampoo) contain too much alkali, which is verj injurious, as it dries the scalp and makes' Hie hair brittle. The beM-thing to use in Mnls'ificr" cocoahut'oil shampoo, for this is pur and entirely greaseless. It's very cheai and beats anything else all to pieces You can get Mulfihed at any ' drug store, and a few ounces will .last the whole family fur months. V Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in, about a teas poonf ul f Mulsified is all that is required. li makes an abundance of rich, cream lather, chanses thoroughly, and rinse out easily. The hair dries quickly anc evenly, and is soft, fresh looking bright, fluffy, -wavy and easy to ban die. Besides, it loosens and takes oir every particle of dust, dirt and dan druff. Be sure your druggist gives yoi Mulsified. adv. ti mi -anus j , u hiiih.i-'; ,i mi siii,,ii)n.ir a Squeeze the juice of two lemons into bottle containing three ounce of Or- GIRLS! GROW THICK LONG, HEAVY HAIR od Of tWQ Weeks, j S ..,, a ..s'r-e.. e... ,f woodstoc-k i. j WITH "DAN DERI NE" Mrs. F. T. Wil- niww Buy a 35-cent bottle of "Danderine." One application end all ' for Vere.'Fla.i to pat the remainder ,. - , winter with Mrs., (sale's parents, eeived A mark, five received B mark, ?lr- a,rt M,rf- T. D;ub!e. Mr. Uale LIU re-eived C. eight received D. and "' making his home during Mrs. (.ale s 10 failed. The siUh grade had no "hsence with his mother, Mrs. Llvira marks le!ovv C minus. The pupils re j a ' ceiving A marks are: (reorge Patter-1 Sixteen young ladiea met with Miss son, Viola Osjroo.1, Kt her Hill and ' Ruby D. Shaw Wednesduy evening for Karl Metzgcr. The ones receiving II , t he purpose of forming a club to act marks: Frazer Drew,' Ramone Wil-' in conjunction with the ("onimunit v j Hams, r.oe Harlow, Hazel Sargent, 'church. The - following otlicers were Irene Sawyer, (.orciim Peck. The rural eles-ted: President, Misa Marion Pike; vice-president, Mrs. IU H. Douglass: secretary .and treasurer, airs. Mabel Tomlinson. , A committee wi appoint ed to make-plans for the next meet ing which will be Veld with Miss Pike. A suitable name, for the club has not been decided on yet. The gathering wan infotmal and the evening cloaca with singing. ; ".' ' F, E. Smith and II- E. Shaw are on a business trip to Ogdensburg. N. V. 1 Pills J 2 Keep you fit j La mMmwwmmmiMm LI We Save You Real Monev on knitlinc yarns by eellwe dlrec to rou frem eur sua mill. Wa make our mn ai-ns you save all mid lleman's profit several dollars pound. . CN'00RD' VARXS ' All Wool - Worsted are cunrar.teed fast color, uniform and of durable quality. We are aa old established house and are to-day aelline thousands of pounds direct to women and saving them Vi per cent MANY BEAUTIFUL SHADES AND HEATHER MIXTURES t oz. skein u(ic. 1 lt. 12, 5 Tit. tt. Sent peatpaid "oneor4 Worsted Mills, Wept. P. West Concord, N. H. . Ia D aSiaW VWt Concord, IV, H. VCfl Ibcen its manager. Owing to the fart,? oi yonr pair, u m j, - Oj'j'rni av JI1119S, P, sin i, . I lustrous and eav to do 'V . up. lint what will ; plea.se you most will be t" i after a few wc-k' use, when you ece new hair fine and downv at first resbut leaf- er larire interests will soon be broutrht v. npw ,alr ruM,n? lis iiiciltriiiis a mnrmi, usv.rul mil.!. . al i fiat, Mr. Hailey's estate is still in proc ess of Kcttleuient, the papers trannlcr-i r'ug the property to Mr. Marshall have; nut Jet been Higned. However, H is un derstood that such transfer has been; dliuitely arranged and will occur in ' fie near future. There also si-ems to; bn a strong probability that some oth- piijiiU will be examined later. Why suner' Ur. Kiasaiaa's Atthau Kssseay gives instant relief. 25 years of success. 73c at all. druggists. Avoid substitutes. Trial Treatment mailed Free. Write to ft. If ft ftmlKUrL A ...... M.l Fred Strbea Deiaf Two Men'i Work ait Trie Blue Ribbon Ekanc Mislker 11 over the scalp. ''Danderine1 i (9 stores in V.rraont. and New Damn- " nmr wnai ' irean snTis n: i shire. Previously to becoming associat-1 ." r' ' vegetation. It goes e,l with the Uailev Music Kooms. Mr. riRht the roots, jnyigora e. na Marshall was for rive vcars l-al man- strengthen, them Thia ' del.gh'ful, ager of a 'music utore 'operated bv the 'milating tonic helps thin, t ide, llallet and Davis Piano company of i Mrd, hair. ,0 r?7 Ion- "--vx l'ljii TO-DAY Out of the Dust - From the paintings by Fred erick Remington. . The thrill of the doors. great out- The tragedy of the wrecked family, fireside. The palho.s of a child's suf TO-MORROW Katherine MacDonald Her Social Value Bnston. . The Loyal Order of Moose has rented the entire suite of rooms on the third floor of the Hartford Savins; bank biiilding. Two of them have been for feme time occupied by Lawver Koland In a drama of the Want-Ads and the Stevens, who is at present considering Society-page. j niaking a change. 1 uc two rooms occu pied by .Mr. Mevens will be nsea by the lodge as arrte-rooms, and bv re- ! . I . 1 . . I I . ... j ruosiiifc; i iii. m run icirr fin orif rtioe ui me s;iace formerly used as a telephone of fice, a very convenient lode chamber will lie made. The M0!e who are now using the K. of P. hall have made ar rangements to let tlie Modern Wood men use the new quarters When they are ready for wcupancy, which will lie ia shout three week?. and luxuriant. Adv. To-dav a talcs the girl. ifo of a society KINOGRAM Comedy. PRICES the Same Music Always the Best To-morrow man. And sftpr that the woman who learn the bitterne-. of realization that the is not good enough for her hn-liaiul. Comedy "Fighting;. Fate" Saturday Matinee Free Balloons for the Kiddies New Federal Income Tax Lawj now reeogtiizi life insurance proceeds on the lives of iAVer of corporations as a replaivmetit value, free from in come tax. liiiHirM'ss life insurance is as mceary as Are insurance. Consult u. National Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mu tual., S. S. Raliird, general a?cntt- I State street, Montpelier, VL; (leorgc.J. jS-agcr, local agent.. . , QUIT TOBACCO So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit ' No-To-Bac. has. helped, thousands, to break the costly, nerve-shattering to bacco habit. ' Whenever' you have a longing for a smoke r chew, just place a barmleii No-To-l'ae tabt In your nnuth instead. All dire stops. Short ly the habit is completely broken; aad yon are better off mentally, phYsicaKv, financially. It's so easy, so simple. Gti box of No To-lUc and If it doesn't release you from all craving for to bacoo in any form, your druggist will refund your moncr-without question Adv. I'll Never Milk by Hand Again . That'swhst Fred Steben said arier . he had milked his cows the first time with The Blue Ribbon Elec tric Milker. Fred said the tame thin? again after he had been using the Blue Ribbon six months-Littlc wonder that he should be so ctv ; thusiastk about it! He has saved the cost of one hired hand. You know how it works out: you have to keep an extra man to help . mlllc and it' you could milk all alone, you could easily get along without that man. Just do your own figuring. How long will ittake for that hired man's wages to pay tora Blue Ribbon tleetricMilkerr Not long, because the milker complete costs only $245.00 f.ab. Chicago. Scientists have marveled at the mechanical perfection and accuracy.Machinery experts have marveled at the simplicity. Ycu will marvel at the money saved by this electric milker. You can milk your cows tonight with Thc Blue Ribbon Electric Milker There is no delay in putting the milker to work. The minute it arrives at , . your farm it is ready to start milking. Just plugf he connection into any light socket and atand by and watch electricity do the milking. . Just at-k for a demonstration, and when you see for yourself, you'll tay the . . tame thing that Fred Stcben aid.TU never milk by hand again." Write or Telephone, J. Li Arkley & Son, Barre, Vt, For Catalog1, Prices and Information BRACKET, SHAW & LlNT COMPANY, New England Distributors -1 Washington Street, Boston, MasL, Somersworth, N. II. Park Theatre WHERE EVERYBODY GOES PRESENTS FOR TO-DAY TO-MORROW. . , 'aiij - The Special- r. ten nrc-rnT Scotch Day ig - Utdfcfi I II Bar w w w w mm r ri A- rti THE - MXl TJ 1 1 ,- , i I riQli?,: DPSERT BLOSSONAS" ' liT WltLIArW FOX. , PRODUCTION ' .-. , . with 1 William Russell Scotcli siujxiiie. Srotoh daiieiiig-, and the first howiiisj of the Special Xew OolJyn Attrac- ion "BUNTY PULLS STRING" An all Sooteh production that takes you home to Bonnie Scotland, with an all-star cant. Also THE LATEST NEWS WEEKLY and "THE FLAMING DISK ' i ! lit COLBWYM PRtSENTS REGINALD BARKERS f-rf ' tf PRODUCTION OF if BUNTY PULLS mf THE STRINGS man whn caused of the West to' wan PM. p r-iK Trr sr REGINALD DARKCR ' A stror of a the arid lands lilooni. Also "A THOUSAND LIVES Comedy, and SPECIAL ADDED COMEDY WHERE GOOD PICTURES ARE SHOWN FIRST ' CWstast' C ata. l omnirssiEiiv .... Lwi . . J f 7 is still on. Owing to so many people being out of employment, we offer you anything you may want in our line at COST PRICE until working conditions are better. We know you will appreciate our offer, and goods purchased Here and taken home and if not wanted, bring them back and your money will be returned without question or hard feelings. - ' UNION CLOTHING COMPANY, Depot Square, "Barre, Vt" Jc bis las