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THE BA11RE DAILY .-..TIMES,; BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 1.5, 1022.
BROOKFIELD Mrs. Henry H. Kullain rciwntJy pent several ilayn uil.li . lier' parents, Mr, and Mrs. K. M. Mclntyio, in Kant Braintree ' ' , Mm. Forrent. Upliam in assisting Mrs. A. W. TMson in Ikt housework for a while. ' . . Mrs. Arthur ltft.n ami, daughter, Kieauor, were in Kandolph last week la vitit lier sister, Mrs. L. W. Wcb Hter, 'and attend theg. .Graduation, exercises. '.' i Dr. Frank J'arti-idgc of, Worcester wan in town Friday and stayed over night at the t'phani cottage. Mrs. JS. A. FitU, Mrs. JJelauo, Mr. Vauip aud Mrs. Kobcrt Hull and little mjji of .North Kandolph were in town Thursday, bom of the party on a busi ness trip and other for pleasure. There was a good atteiidaneu at ' church,-.' Sunday. The children's exer cises were ' fine. . Two babies were baptized. Robert Philiijis Clark, 'son of j Kev. and Mrs. .J. S. Clark, and iluth Reed, members of Crescent chapter, 0. K. W. attended the Eastern Star .con tention, at Burlington last week. Mr' ' Harlwrt Holmes is sending (his week at the homo of her parents. Mr, and Mrs. M. K. Chase. Mr, and Mrs. Forrest Unliam have rented rooms in llenrv H. KullnmV house, which they ran use. for light hiusekeeping. STOWE Ucorge EdwardWhite and. Miss Sa die Margaret Cary of Stowe were mar ried bv Kev. W. I). Stenlake: in John son Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. White are stopping in Johnson, where Mr. White i has employment in a drug store. Mr : t line is me son oi hit. ana Airs, Jo seph White and Mrs. White is the daughter of J. F. Cary. She was graduate of Stowe high school in th da .-s of .1021. :.. " v' . Lieut. Otto Nimitz, U. S. X, and Mrs. Xiniitz are at Lake Mansfleld for a month's visit. Mrs. Ximitz is the daughter of Admiral V. E. Hughes, together at the now with the I'aMne fleet, and tne at the church, granddaughter .oi Admiral ciiaries i:. .... . v Church Notes. The gatherings of children's week were most helpful and worth while, The note of parent's duty to their chil dren religiously was struck on par ents' Sunday. A splendid sight it was to see the bit company of mothers and children of all ages nartr on Thursdav About 120 were mesent and ate din-! Clark, who, with' Mrs. t lark, is ai little ones' present ai.i-.ong tteaen, tai., out, mier ncr together and over ait irri-jk fmrnllnil rm f hr''rHfl! Will. The children's day exercises were very finely rendered by, the children on Sunday, June 1 1. The stereopticou lecture in the evening tin "Children of this week With Mrs. Zoe I'prrv. meets j !..... T..,I., ,.l ....... a,..T..l M.n-n,! Hoffnrll .lumrhlnr f Mi- un.l V "." l- ',, 6 i u I . . . iv good and 'we 1 attended, consider Mrs. John Hartford. Jhe church waa ,.:,.:... ,i ' handsomely docortetd with cut flowers r"S"' ""r" . . ""."; "."I ' ,The baby show at the church Thurs day wa well observed. Home over 100 mothers, including babies and guests, were present',. A delicious and t bountiful dinner was served; AH will come to Lake Mansfield Mrs. W. B. -Macutchan entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the ,78th birlhdav anniversary of her father, Lewis C. Raymond, the guests being Mr. Raymond's brother aud wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Raymond, and sis- ! ter and daughter, Mrs. Orpha McMahon Lamson ' ,i.i;i,(i u',.;i tun ,.u, ,,...i, ,,,' I The church expects to send some of its voting peoplu to the Vermont, school of religious education at Sax tons River from June iM-.'IO. seemed to have a most enjoyable time VKcuriion roiitcaf to be run by Miss Susan Adams is now weak and tw SiimJ MW)lt Vomf! nP!t Sunday "Mtu lu '" " l"K "jnI learn how to go, V. ft. Huggard and nave purcnaseu uetv auiomooiies. WPrk Thursdav evemii". lhomas Jinnessey, who boards with T,m ttmoullt; turw ovfr thf. 11ca,,on Mrs Eva Foss. and has lieen in poor (!pn B. J. Hall, collected for the . . . . . ... 1 ermont I uherculosis association, is i arte vvonneim ana lamuy ana miss $u m of this BrookfieM is to be Wilcox of Kichmond, were hunday((,rp,Ii)(lf, .,th $n on BI1(1 Kaist Brook, guests fir Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rumney. flrfj wjfn Misses Helen and H,el AVortheim arc. Jhf Kn,,;avi"r sn(.jotv is ,)lfin itg staying several days with their grand-, mp(,tillR on r.ie-dnv ' evenings. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rumney. . C,M this week was Miss Besie The moving picture entertainment wMttier':'''-" ' ai lown nan ounuay evening was -neui T) ,)a!itor-. ,.,,1,;.,,, f,. th. Henimii lUended and enjoyed.. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest rtAvf Snn)n' Sargent of ..,(.;,,.. ; at the home of his parents, Mr. and .(Mrs. A E. Sargent. His aunt, Mrs. Edna Chesley, returned home with them. ' ' '.. ' Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chase, en tertained their children .Sunday at a dinner party Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Chase and "daughter, Olga, f North- . field; Mr and Mrs. '. '. Keyes and daughter, Tbelma. Mr. and Mrs. Her liert Holmes, Mr. and Mr Winston Khurrow and da ugh ter. "Wanda, Alton , Chase and Kenneth Cahse, . and .Mr. , t base's mother. Mr. I'rsula tliasei v The manv friends rn t'nvii of "Mrs. Annette IJriswold will be interested nd fe"l sorfi- to'henr how H rcent- H had a fall, hurting herself hsdli. enttint ' Iter face n ft necessitated tal'in? several sti'ches to i4ose the ' vnn'' and "ivin her a e 't" slior-k. T'er tnuHiter vr f 't-iUL vvith whomj itii- j'i;i nifiii, foyi very anx- V,'vnn Mil' .V l"ii'fi"d, ;.Ia! wrs fflt nf r j? i X'-, m'I ",-s, I ' TCrt"e i.-rtc ' -"to'nH "rir'a" p--y'" f( nt th l fpli Pfpi- . fl. T'H"'' f m.. .-,1 jfrg John "Stiniet. their silver Wi' 1". m 4r, 5,,.,r,- v.-i.l 4 . Tspdonh Fri- will be, "What is Sal- VERSWRE Mrs, Bou 'key is home from Hsn over. Mr. snd Mrs. W. If. Orr. Mr. Clark, I Mis fla O t and s Dndze licro in iBarrc and Montpelier Monday. J Sherman Melendv and Joseph Khvp- er and their families' of Norwich wire in town Sunday, Th children's day extveixe at the church lat Sunday were very inter citing and well carried out, Leon Harding is home from Mont lelie; He reort that Ralph -Brown, formerly of Vers-hire, received a iiz?. for ciiolarsMp at. the seminary, Frank dark of the firm of tlark brothers of East Bank, W. V'a., bus hern visiting at W. H. Orr's the pa.t we-k. , Mr. and Mr. Don (rr. M.i- t'la Orr anj Mr. (lark attended the grad- ; u-.'tinc! exercises in tiradtord, wcausc f the giadiiation of their Voutdn, Ciy tie M. Humphrey, of Bradford. Klin Lnthrop and Mis Eleanor of Barrr called at the old home lut week, j ( hauncey J.athrop was up from I'cl- lows Falls recently. I .Mis ITa Orr, who has been teaching in W.'st N'irginia. hud a very phvu- j and Miss Mildred McMahon j Otu'sts this week at Lake Mansfield .'are W. T. Burt. IV A. Walker and A. E. Ward -of Northboro, Mass.; Rev. George Rose and Mrs. F. H, Peters of South Hero s Mrs. Ada Lindsay of New York City; Charles E. Crane of Brat tleboro; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bigelow, P. W. Bigelow. Mi9 Mildred Bigelow of Middlesex; . W. J. Bigelow of. Brat tlebo;o. Mrs. A. P. Bigelow, Paul and Mildred t-xpect 'to leave Friday to vis- lit Mrs. Bigelow s brother, Henry it. Whitney, at Wilder, Idaho, formerly of Stowe. ' - Mr: and Airs. (i. W. Foster, Mri Thomas . Foster, Mrs. Edwina Harris and Mrs. E. ii. Stafford left Wednes day on a motor trip to Malone, N. Y., aiiH vicinitv. , . i Mrs. H. H. Holt of Burlington, Hen ry J a oer and daughter, liss Uorotnea Taber and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taber of New York City are at "Four Wind.," ' . Miss Kathryn Recor of the Univer sity of 1 Vermont returned home on Wednesday. H. K. Shaw. H. Shaw, L! L. Har ris and Mrs. C. E. Hayward attended the funeral at Hyde Park Tuesday of Mrs, Mercer and Miss Marjorie Hul- NEARLY KILLED BY INDIGESTION 'Triilt-a-tlvfis" Restored Him to Perfect Health ; Socth Royalton, Vermont. "About three years ago, I began to sufl'er with Indigestion. FooJsourcd in my stomach, causing me to belch ; and I had terrible heart burn. : I was knocked out and good for nothing, when I read about "Fruit-a-tires" and sent for a box. To. my surprise and gladness, I noticed im provement and' I continued the use of "Fruit-a-tives" or "Fruit Laxo Tablets" with the result that a dozen boxesmademefeellikeanewperson". C'HAS. F, IIARTWELL. 50c a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBTJRG, N.Y. I-,.- l..- ..( tu i." sin trip nonie. mic spent some lime I, P,.i ft i-rtis f v,. in Washington. I)., C. and had-the T'.. (-.. ro'sT- ion e b- ivrn . pleasurt nf a call on Mrs, (,'alvin Cool-.1-Mv J. i ('o cspf' t to mnvci'Rc'. Visited a classmate at Smith td-ii-itil t nvt, lege, who is working in a radium office T)fv end fr. '1iarlef Jdnr of W"st , Washington, spent olie day at Mt. ' Concord. v. 11 . ; 'r ' "'sitir? i.r. A'ernon and also spent some time in if Vlnnif. -vtIi and Mr ' .f OI K I ItV. as 1-lle exiiects to t- "or-- nd familr. MYs A. W. lavage and j lend summer school at Columbia col- Miss Eva lege. , . burd, -viciims ofi the automobile acci dent at North Royalton. , i : Mrs. Edwin Hall entertained 10 lit tle girln Tuesday afternoon in honor of the tenth birthday anniversary of her niece, Pauline Kaiser. A bounti ,r(I supper was served, the table be' ing tastefully decorated with syringa and rosis, Place cards were ' used, uKin which original verses had hern written about each guest by the ho tess. Miss Mildred Buss attended the alumni bini(iict of Piniples acarlemy at Morristille Tuesday. . ' Miss Rosamond Hunter of Swanton is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. M. Ruiter. W. A. Akh-ieh, while at work at the Burt company's mill Tuesday, cut ori the end of the third finger on the lelt hand. . , ' ' circulation increasing in "great demand the Boston Sunday Globe. Order the Boston Sun day Globe regularly from your newsdealer or news bcy. f ::':::;:::r.; ' jpO:. ';i IRAN KLIN i . - EDAN' The Greatest Sedan We Erer Built At the Lowest Price $2850 And now being sold in larger numbers than at any time in our history for good reasons. You can drive all day in this Sedan, and out distance any car on the road, enclosed or open. You can ride and rest. No muscle needed to turn a corner or hold the course, no tiring jolt and jar over rough going trouble-free, worry-free. A fast, steady , pace .from beginning to end. ' The most . popular enclosed car in America, compared to total production. It is more widely usable than any other. Tmaring Car Touring-limousine $J1 $0 Runahout SlrOO Dmi-Conpi JJIOO Oupe $270 Derai-Sdn $2230 Brougham A2750 ( All price f. o. b. Smnuc) Drown Motor CarGo. 160 College St., Burlington, Vt. 46 North Main St, Barre, Vt. ' V'ATERBURY Mr. and Mrs. Verne L. Perkins mo tored to Bristol Sunday to set .Mrs, Perkins' father, who on Monday Was pausing his Tilth birthday. Mr. Palm er is a veteran of the civil war and is in fairly good health. T A large number of the members of the Old Fellow lodges -and EmeyH Reliekah lodge. No. 3.1, attended at tne Congregational church Sunday a me morial service. Special music was fi'r. nished, consisting of an anthem bv' the choir, duet by Mrs. B. R. Demeritt and .lolin Miller, andinstrumehtal mu sic 'by the school orchestra, Mrs. D. W. Coolcy accompanist. A helriful ser mon was preached by the pastor off the church, Rev, John C, Prince. Kol- lowing the service, the members of inej orders went, to the cemetery and; ucc oratejl the graves of debased mem bers. Others of , the order went Ut nearby c-emcteries. The Wallace pharmacy , was opened Monday and is very attractive with its new fixtures. Many were in and nuK-U of success is expected for the propri etor, Paul Wallace, who is one of tu;r home boys and one who gladly went for service in the World war. - s, . . V, K. Ducas is .fixing' over the store in tlie blrK'li recently purchased. Par titions are torn out and a large and up-to-date candy kitchen will be evolved. H. (V Whiteliill left , Tuesday noon for Boston. .- . ' ' Miss Helen Dianiou, who i the ste nographer at the Vermont state hos pital, has been called to her .home in Highgate. Miss lne Carroll is em ployed in her place. Miss Helen Canerdy, who has taken a special course at Middlebury colleg in French, is to teach at Danville nxt year. Mis Alice K. 1-add. who garduattd "magna eum laude" from Middlebury college, had highest honors in French and highest i'onors- in Latin and, as was pel ore stated, received mi iteia Kappa honors. MU Ladd received word of her mother' death at college and left there Tuesday. Lucius Bassett, who is home from Middlebury college, ha employment at the inn this summer. . WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Arthur Daniels has completed his services as clerk at Wilson's drug store and bus a position in a Tike capacity with Pierce's pharmacy in Knrield, N. H. ; Paul Aliern has accepted a position with the Atlantic & Pacific Tea com pany, taking the place of Henry F. f !... - I.- 1 . - Ji.- !.'.. 1 I " wme, wooiS ..ow " At this same, session ,v i . siore in west jyumhuu. , .a.j. ti'eorge. Preston, a former clerk at the A. & P. si ore and until recently manager of the store at Lakeport f. H.. has been transferred to the South Rovalton store, which, was opened up a few weeks ago. , Erii!st Carjenter plans to p:nd August at the citiciis', military train ing camp, Camp Devctis, Mass, Arthur J. O'Brien has accepted a position as agent with the Metropoli tan Life Insurance company., , , : Rev. C. V, Delaney, pastor of St. Anthony's, is expected ,to returu Haturda'y from Westhope. N. It.. wherg ',e 'ias ')Cen ''le 8l,C8 ev' J.. Kggleslon. Rev, Iawrence Mann, ft native of this place, but now pastor of the cathrdral at Burlington, has been assisting durinfe Fat her Delaney'a absence. . , Bob ilanley, a haal jitney driver, was fined $5 and costs of 13.25 last j Saturday by Judge Whitham in Hart ford municipal court, it Deing anegeci that on the; afternoon of May 2!) Hanley struck Charles A. Sawyer, a driver of the Hanover bus line, after they had returned from Hanover .with' some Dartmouth students. The judge; gave them both a good lecture.' Nome! student were called on the stand as witnesses. Paul (iillioli was counsel for' the respondent. . t ' At the Hartford municipal court session at Woodstock last week Monday, Joseph Dcmaso, an Italian youth, , who is alleged to have as saulted Alfonso Riuizzo, a much older man, with a knifed, on tha 8th of May, who hud been; awaiting trial in the Woodstock' jail, 'was sentenced by Judge A. ,U. Whitham to serve not less than four ami one-half, nor more than 18 months, at hard labor' in the house of correction at Windsor. Roland K. Stevens was counsel for Demaso, on complaint of j State a , Attorney (., C, Hnv land I Joseph Fcrgerou 'of Barnard, who pleaded guilty tothe larceny of a sheep, was sentenced to serve not less than three and one-half nor more than six months 'at hard labor in the house of correction at Windsor. , ' Miss TL-Irene Smith has a summer position at Franconia, N. hj. r ; Rev. : Lel ml . (t. Chase of West Lebanon gave a fine address Sunday at the Oiid Fellows' memorial service, I. O. O. F. hall. After lite service the procession was escortetd to Hartford cemetetry by the local canton, where they decorated- thd graves. MORETOWN ; E. J. Rutter, optometrist,' will be nt the hotel Friday, June Hi. Call and have your eyes examined. adv. MARSHFIELD Coming, June 13. "The Four Horse men of the Apocalypse," adv. SYRUP PEPSIN IN OLD AGE Much ued by elderly people for.comtipation, biliousness, head, aches, etc. MANY men and women, as they grow older, suffer constantly from little ills. The cause is the poisons produced by chronic constipation, result ing in headaches, depression, bloating, sour stomach, bad breath, etc A single bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will prove to you that you can so regulate yourself thatelimi' nation will occur, promptly every day. Increased doses are not necessary. It is a com bination of Egyptian Senna and othersimplelaxativeherbswith , pepsin. The cost is only about a cent a dose. "'.-";. In spite of the fact that Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has been on the market 30 years an is today the largest selling liquid laxative in the world, the formula has never been, im proved upon. It is safer and better for you than salts, minerals, cal6mel, coal tar and such drastic purgatives. - Half .Ounce Bottle Free Pew leapt coturifxufm, to tvm if you do not Kijuire a laxative ox t.Hu moment let me send Ea Halfounce Trial Bnttle of my Swift in FfiE OF CHARGE jo that jou will it handy taken needed. Smhlj tend, your name and address to Dr. VP. B. Caldwell, 514 Wathmgum St., Monticello, IU. VPmt me today. A COULD NOT W IN BED Operation Avoided by tak ing Lydia E. Pinkham's . Vegetable Compound Dayton, Ohio. -"I had such pains that I had to be turned in bed every r !l!lHiii.ii)j)j . if If mux Ttime I wished to move, iney said an operation waa necessary. My mother would keepsaying:'Vhy don t you take Pinkham'a, Hen rietta?' and I'd say, 'Oh, mamma. it won t Help me, I've tried too much. ' One day he said, 'Let me (ret you one bottle of each kind. You won't be out very much if it don't help you.'l don't Know if youwill be lieve me or not, hut I only took two bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and one of Lydia E. Pinkham's Blood Medicine when I be gan to fret relief and I amregularever since without a pain or a headache. When I lie down I can get up with out help and without pain. I can t begin to tell you how I feel and look. I have begun to gain in weight and look more like I ought to. I think ev ery day of ways I have been helped. Any one who does not believe me can write to me and I will tell them what shape I was in. I am ready to do any thing I can toheln your medicine." MrsJrlENRtETTA MILLER, 137Sprague" St, Dayton, Ohio. Howdoyouheat water in your home? -'. . . "t THE thoughtful house holder recognizes only one system in stant gas heated water as provided by the RUUD Instantaneous Automatic ' Water Heater With the RUUD Installed in the basement, if you want a cupful of hot water for shoving, you simply turn the faucet. The-. 1 ft"-.-,. i vr- .' i Bar-1.;- RUUD Immediately respond and no more gas is burned ex oeptwhatlsrequlrdtoheetth actual amount drawn Cloaln . tha fa u oat ' automatic ally abuts off tha inm. This iatrua , of ovary faucet In tha louaa. Let us ax- TOi 4-? Plain in 5 j ri . . . - 1 ti aemr nd cob- vejnianco of thlamaival-, oua device 1 i-' 'issiiivairx iA.' 1 v ittmmm J. J-LJt i unui I cfjr . TO-DAY ONLY 1 "?7N - ' The first run Paramount V f ' T-J THE WOMAN m&M -TsfeftJ ''WH0' vflwrE ALONE Hp W u iUm i in Grand Carnival and ulardi Gras To Be Held Under the Auspices of Barre Council Knights of Columbus ' Inter-City Park . SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922 v Admission Free . The greatest event of the season, somethino; do ing all the time. Keef the above date in mind. Plan to .be present and enjoy the time of your life. Ev erybody is welcome. Glance over a few of ihe big attractions that will be featured during our Carni val day. ... Special Afternoon Features--Three Boxing Contests BOBBY BOWLER, Fort Ethan Allen, vs MICKIE POWERS, Troy, N. Y. SAILOR BIL LEDEAU, Burlington, Vt, vs. JOHNNY GOR DON, Plattsburg, N. Y. WILLIE JACKSON, Montreal, P. Q., vs. AL. TABONY, Winooski, Vt. ' HOSE CONTEST Special Prizes Awarded ' A trip around the Carnival Enclosure will be of inter est to both young and old. - GIVEN AWAY FREE A New Haynes 1922 Model, 5 Passenger, 6 Cylinder Touring Car See Howard Stanley Noted comedian from New York City in his comedy acts. y Lunch and Refreshments Served on the Grounds Mardi Gras, confetti and noise makers for Merry Mak ers in the Evening. Concert and Dance Afternoon and Evening Band and Orchestra in Attendance. New Dancing: - Pavilion has been installed ' THE TIME Saturday, June 17th, Afternoon and Evening. THE PLACE--Inter-city Park, Between Barre and Montpelier. ADMISSION FREE II DRY WOOD 1 Hardwood Slabs at $3.50 make an excellent sum mer wood. Limb Wood at $3.75. Second growth Wood at $4.00 and $4.50. All sizes of High Grade Coal. ; Calder & Richardson Phone 450 ; with Dorothy Dalton, Milton Sills Wranda Hawley Charles Ogle and Others A George Melford attraction. Also KINETO REVIEW and Robinson Trousseau TO-MORROW The All Star production My Old Kentucky Home Latest News and -White Eagle" Also OPEN WIRES and HIGH FLIERS Comedy. TO-MORROW Lucy Cotton in 'Whispering Shadows' A Million 3Iore or Less and SMILES" Matinee 2:15; Admission 10c; Evening 6:15 Children 13c; Adults 22c Tax Paid surges ail Day Thursday, Friday and Saturday On these three days we Will .allow a 15 discount on all small electrical appliances Flatirons Toasters , Curling Irons, Grills Regular Prices $ 6.50 8.00 6.25 Bargain Days $ 5.50 7.00 5.25 10.65 12.50 1 Eureka Cleaner, complete, $53.50, $40.00 In addition to the above we also offer many standard appliances at discounts ranging from 15 to 50 per cent. Telephone Montpelier 324 or Barre 216-R, Montpelier & Barre Light & Power Co.