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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUXE 22, 1922.
FOR A CONSTIPATED CHILD A .mail dose of Dr. Caldwell' ' Syrup Peptin will bring quick relief. MOTHER, when one of the children is constipated are you going to give the first lax ative within reach? It is dan- erous to do so. Some have een known to rupture the intestines of little children. Don't be beguiled by the out-' side sugary appearance. Look into the formula. Calomel is seldom necessary; salts, minerals, coal tar, never! Unlike these. Dr. Caldwell's Byrup Pepsin is admirable for children, as it is for grown people, too. Mothers have Seen giving it to children for 30 years. They know it does not gripe, and is free from narcotics. The formula is on every package, and you can. see it is vegetable, just a com bination of Egyptian Senna and other laxative herbs with pep sin Use it yourself and you will find it is not necessary to take it every day, nor to increase the dose, and that it is pleasant to the taste. Bottles can be had at all drug stores, and the cost is only about a cent a dose. Have no hesitancy giving it to a baby in arms. It is absolutely safe. Half Ounce Bottle Free Few escape constipation, so men if you do not require a laxative at this moment let mt send you a Half-ounce Trial Bottl of my Syrup Pepsin FREE OF CHARGE so that you uill have it handy when needed. Simply lend your name and address to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 514 Wainington St., Monricello, III. Write me today. MARSF1FIELD WAITSF1ELD A professional burglar wlta wants a bank roll in order that he may marry and go straight encounters a klepto maniac, who considers hinixelf respon ilble for everything that disappears. The real crook gcto rid of the things he has stolen in an amusing way. See the Nellie (Jill Player iu "Too Many Crooks," Waitsneld, Friday, June 23. adv. ' .-As If Anybody Knew, "Life is filled with disappointments," sighed Senator Snortaworthy. v "What's wrong?" ' "Here's a letter from one of my most prominent constituents. I hoped he would say my hold on the dear people was as strong as ever, or at least compliment me for the hard work I've been doing lately but he wants to know. 'What About Armenia?' " Birmingham Age-Herald. ', brx fitful Stands hard knocks Made in dear varnish and stain colors. Splendid for finishing floors, chairs, dressers, tables and interior woodwork Shows the rain of the wood "Save th turfact and you Mve atl' R. L. Clark, Barre, Vt. W. M. CROWLEY, E. Barre,1 Vt. Remember the Fourth of July cele bration. .Meals will be served in tho new dining room at the Congregation al church that day.--adv, - Royoe Pitkin was at home from -the University, of Vermont a few days lout week, but'yat present is attending a conference at Silver bay. , Loo t'diill of Wolcott was a visitor in town last week. Miss Ruth Carpenter, who has been ill for several weeks with scarlet fever and complications, was taken to Heat on hospital lust Tkiirmltiy.' Homer Darling was in Burlington over the week end. Mrs. Ann Austin of Plainfield is visiting Mrs. Luev Bemis and other old friends in town. Sunt. (Jarfield A. Jamieson, his wife and two children of Burke, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Swerd feger Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jam- ieiou has resigued his position as dii triet superintendent and expects to leave soon for Florida to be with his aged parents. Twenty-six of the pupils of the jun ior high school took an auto -trip to Lake Morey last Wednesday. The pu pils of the lower grades enjoyed a picnic in S. T. Carpenter's" grove. Percy Pitkin is at home from Tufts college for a ten days' visit with his parents, after which he goes to Thet ford, where he has a position as chauf feur at a girls' camp for the summer. P. S. Rogers is moving his family this week to the Carroll Mears farm, which he recently purchased. Mr. and .Mrs. Uscar luvoll and .Mr. and Mrs. Vat L. Pivoll of Rocking ham visited their aunt, Mrs. S. A. Swerdfeger, the first of the week. The village tax-s :fe in the han'l of the collector, K. C. Pitkin. Look smiling when he visits you. Rev. .Arthur Brotherston preached in Fast Calais lai-t Sunday afternoon. Owing to the rain there was no band foncert last Saturday, but there will be one next t-aturuay evening, 11 the weather permits. CUrroll Mv'ars is moving his-firnilv iij'.i tiif Mciitrda-Bemis houxe on M.un rtVee : which he recently purcliiiM-.l. and has since been extensively re paired. Rev. F. E. Currier has a new Chevro let car. Our, bnttermaker, C. M. Lilly. has again put Marshfield on iJ.i uiup by carrying off the highest score in. the May contest, "fiive honor to whom boiuu i thie" . Rev. Mr. Burroughs of Wellcr-ley, Mass.. spoke at the Congregational church Sunday evening in the interests of the ministerial annuity fund, after which one of the .Lincoln series of pic tures, entitled "Tender Memories." was shown and another r-n-I entitled, "Hack to the Farm." Mr. Brotherston and Me. Swerdfe ger went to Xorthfleld Tutsday to at tend the council of dismissal f Rev. James B. Sargent, who has resigned as pastor of the church Ciere to give hit- time to the state work.' to which ue has been appointed. . r Miss Kniily H. Stickuey, well known thiti'ighout the state as rop-esontativi! of the Kurn Hutliri homes, was culled 10 her home in. Port Henry, N. V.,' re cently by tho di'uh of lior little niece, Adit, who was killed June '.I by n care less auto driver. The little girl and her younger broMor w.ere picking clov er ItlossomS just outside the gulden fence at their lioine, when an , anto came down the hill e.t a furious rata of speed and the driver, watchuig,the children, Instead cf his vnr, droe out, of the road directly upon them, kill ing the little girl Instantly and se riously injuring the boy, who is in the hospital at present. Jt is hoped that he may live, but feared that he may be crippled for life. The mother of the children witnessed the accident 'arid is of course nearly .crazed with grief. Cannot something be done t'i prevent such reckless auto driving Miss Djirothy Collins returned Fri day from Braintree. Mass., where, alio has spent the last lour months with relatives. Miss Leola Taft has 'finished her school in Thetford and is at home for a few days' visit. Miss Florence Wooster has returned rom Barre for the summor vacation. , The spirit f Independent 8 day is permeating the air around Marshfield, snd if a hustling committe will bring results, we are in for a rousing cele bration , the Fourth. Alust cast your eye over this list of prizes, and we ere sure you will think them worth work ing for, TIip three best floats in line will receive $10, $0 and 4. The worst horribles, $3 and $2. The best trimmed, automobile, $5. - The bet trimmed team, cither single or douole (exclusive of ftoat), .$."1. Competition for thc?nlioie is open to any of the towns in this vicinity. The sum of $20 lias been voted the committee 011 sports, and will be given the winner of the following races: 100-yard dash, bicycle race, boys' race, girls' race, po tato race, wheelbarrow race, sack ra-e, tliree-Iegged race and tuj-of-war. You will want to see the ball game between Marshfield and Plainfield. These teams are closely matched, hating played one 10-inning game tins year, with a clo,.c score, the airplane, with Lieut. John P. ood, will do thrilling stunts in midair and daredevil Kiddie Barrows will make your heart rise as he sails through the air on his head.- In tne cool of the evening, you can listen to the band concert and enjoy the fire works. To close the day you can trip theJight fantastic to the music of the famous Amanon orchestra. There's ure to be something doing from the time the band starts the parade at 10 a. in. until the goodnight wait in the small hours of July ft. The chairman of the parade is Bert Ooodridge, and all who can enter the parade commu nicate with him. The ladies' aid of the M. K. church will serve dinner in tiie vestry at noon. Hidden Liabilities "don't stay hid" when an estate is set tled. We urge adequate life insur ance to pay estate charges, including inheritance taxes. Consult ti. Nation al Life ln. Co. of Vt. ( Mutual 1. S. S. Ballard, general agent, 43 Slate street, Montpelier, Vt.j li. J. Seager, local agent. CRAMPS, PAINS AND BACKACHE L I St Louis Woman Relieved by Lydia EPinkham's Veg etable Compound - - with cramps and pains every month and bad to go to bed as I could not work. My mother and my whole fam ily always took I.vrfi F. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound for such troubles and they induced me to try it and it has helped me very miih. I don t have cramps any more, and I can do my nousewor u uiruug" I recommend your Vegetable Com pound to my friends for femala troubles." Mrs. Deua . Scholz. 1412 Salisbury St., St. Louis, Mo. Just think for a moment. Lydialv Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been in use for nearly fifty years. It is prepared from medicinal plants, by the utmost pharmaceutical skill, and superior methods. . The ingredients thus combined in the Compound cor rect the conditions which cause such annoying symptoms as had been troubling Mrs. Scholz. The Vegeta ble Compound exercises a restora tive influence of the most desirable eharacter.correcting the trouble in s rentle but efficient manner. r.:.M.:. I1 J VERSMRE tVASHliSGl ON FJleazer Smith is suffering with an attack of shingles. Mrs. K. K. Houghton is recovering slowly from an attack of acute indi gestion. . C. F. Krnery has not been lis well the past week. Miss Rachel Couture who has been seriously . ill and underthe care of physician, is on the gain. , t Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Senicle have old their home place near C. W. Hunt ington's to T. R. Tillotson. Possession will be given at once. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen have daugh ter from East Orange, X. J., visiting them. . . Arthur Sanfonl has purchased a new Chevrolet touring car. Next Sunday at the I'niversalist church in Washington, the pastor, Kev. C. A. Simmon, will preach a sermon upon the theme, "The Love of Christ." Kveryone is welcome. Sunday school at noon. WARREK Don't forget the minstrel show and big dance July 3. Chase's five-piece jazji orchestra will furnih music. ad. Mrs. Wellington Titiis attended the wedding of her sister, Carrie. Godfrey, to Don Blake of Sharon. Mr. and Mrs. Blak'e are to reside "in1 Woodstock. Warren Tuller and Jerry O'Day were in Wilder after Mrs, O'Day Sunday and called on John Sleeper's family in Leb anon and Joseph .Sleeper's family in Norwich. j - ; .. ' ; William Orr was in New London, N". H., lut Friday, looking after buiness interests. , , ' ' Mrs. Don Orr is at IWs aunt's, Mrs. W. J. Lewis, in St. Johnsbury, :, Mrs. Susie Sleeper was in South Fair lee the. first of the week, helping Mrs. Neweomber, Mr. Daniels of Randolph was at Don Orr'a Monday. '..."..'.- . 4 An aunt of Mrs, Liese from "Pitts burg, Ta., is visiting her. Mrs. James O'Toole, Myrtle. Thomas and D. M. Plumer attended the gradu ating exercises in Chelsea. , Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rigg have a lit tle girl from the state. . Mrs. Wiggins and Mr. Sands were in Bradford Saturday. ' Mr. Lusco and family are living in the William Mattoon house. Miss I'ia Orr atttended the gradua tion exercises in Plymouth, X. H., last week. Mr. Dodge held services at the lower village Sunday at 3 p. m. , Mrs. Jerrv O'Day spent last week in Wilder. Mrs. Charles Bailey and daughters 've been visiting her mother, Inez Conant. She went home Saturday and her mother- accompanied her. ' Mrs. Wilber Dickinson has not been as well of late. Her son, Carroll, who is one of the bakers at college hall. Hanover, visited her Sunday, and her nephew, George Che, also visited her. She seems to be gaining at this writ ing. People from Pittsburg, Pa, were at Mr. Ltiee'w recently. They are spending the summer camping in Vermont. Suits Us. An exchange says or sings:: "If a wise old age you'd sec, Let the water cooler be." All right: we are willing that the water should be r copier. Boy, put in gome more ice. Boston .Transcript. GREAT FOR ECZEMA AND OLD SORES I Guarantee My Ointment, Says Peterson -Every Box of It. 11VC' LITTLE ULid WONDER, CAPSULES Quick Relief for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Constipation 46 cents at Drugtrists below or from ' Jsqucs Capsule Co., Inc., Plattshurs', N. V. Barr )ni( Co., Barret Ceo. C. fsoborn, NorUifield, Vt. "H you 're responsible for the health of your family," nay Peterson, of Buffalo. "I want you to set a lame 36 cent box of Pelcreon'a Ointment to-day. "Remember, I atand bark of every box. Every druggist miarantee to refund the purchase price if Peterson's Ointment doean't do ail I claim. "1 guarantee it for eczema, old sore, running aorea. salt rheum, ulcers, aire niooles. hroken breaata. itrhinir akin, akin disease, . blind, bleeding and itchin t iles at well as for chafing, burns, scalds, cuts. bruises and sunburn." a "I had SO running aores on my leer for 11 years, was in three different hospitals. Amputation waa advised. Skin (craftins was tried. 1 was cured by using P cor don's Ointment". Mrs. P. E. Root, 87 Michigan Street. Buffalo. N. Y. Mail or der filled by Peterson's Ointment Co., Inc.. Buffalo. N. Y. Ad. - : : a ; af WSJ' avW 74 aaa FRECKLES Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re . move Them with Othine Dou ble Strength. Thi preparation for the treatmci.t of freckle i usually o uccenxfiil in removing freckle and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that it in od nn, der guarantee to rund the money if it fails. ' TVm't hide your freckles under a veil; gej an ounce of Othine and re move them. Fven the firirt few appli cations lion Id show a wonderful im provement, aome of the lighter freck; lea vanit-hing entirely. , Be mire to ak the druggist for the double atrength Othine; it in this that is sold on the money-back guarantee. V TT7V ( Jl TO-DAY ONLY Paramount Fira't Pun Attraction THOMAS MEIGHANin Our Leading Citizen A George Ade .Story funnier than "A Bachelor Daddy," with Theodore Roberts and ' . t Lois Wilson Also Kineto Review and Moon?hiner 1 ' Comedv TO-MORROW POLA NEGRI In the Xew Paramount Attraction "THE EYES OF THE MUMMY" With EMIL JANNINGS 1 A aenwitional romance ol myterimi Kgypt and the ball rooms of London, j See Her Do Thone Oriental Dances. J Through All f the A fires . .-' -i Through all the ages man has loved only the wmnau, but the love, of Ihe woman is' eer for tho loe f the man. 1 This never dying truth is beautifully told anew in the nijtrvelluiM, wonder ful, fascinating, gorgeous and t'luhunt ing screen spectacle. 'v. Qmeei bfySheba- " 'Queen of Sheba' in for a long run. Gorgeous spectacle a love story of exquisite beauty.- Chariot race takes one's breath away." N. Y. Journal. " ; "'Queen of Sheba' is realistic i!m filled with action. Exciting chariot rice one feature of a lieautifiit" picture. The most exciting race ever put. upon "The prmiucer has aimed at the ul timate in the spectacular and lui achieved his end. Lavish se'.s. gor; geous display and scenes sensationally huge. ' A wonderful piece c-f direction and camera work." Jf. Y. Mail. , " 'Queen of .Sheba' is ornati, elnb orate and spectacular. Ha many of the characteristics of a gorgcoui cir cus." N. Y. Times. , , "'Queen of Bheba'.is a milestone that, even the mot elaborate productions Of the past have ' not achiced. A mar velous super-screen spectacle and such it turned out to be." X. Y. Telegram. "The chariot race in 'Queen of She ba' was the last word in thiil'. His toric love atorv a great success." -X. Y. Eve. World," Presented by WILLIAM FOX, ihe World'a Greatest Motion Picture, Di rected by J. Gordon Edwarda. TO-DAY ONLY Matinee 2:30 AH Seals 20c. Evening: 7:30, Balcony 2"c Orchestra 35c Tax Paid TO) TLJT ;. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:' That I, George F. Gould of Portland, County of. Cumberland, and State of Maine, as trustee in Bankruptcy of Charles H Green, of Biddefbrd, County of York, and State of Maine, who was duly adjudicated a bankrupt on the 29th day of April, 1922, by the United States District Court of Maine, having on the 12th day of June, 1922, been authorized by the Honorable John H. Hill, Referee in Bankruptcy, in and for said district of Maine, to sell and convey at public or private sale all the right, title and ihterest which the said bankrupt had at the date of his adjudication in bankruptcy, in and to. the personal property situated at No. 218 Main St., in said Biddeford, consist ing of boots, shoes, rubbers and other articles in said store have this day sold to H. Ziter of 'Barre, Vermont, the entire stock. (Signed) Geo. F. Gould,' Trustee in Bankruptcy. SALE STARTS THURSDAY, JUNE 22 and yill last until the entire stock is sold. Come in and get your share for the entire family. LOTl Arnold Glove Grip Shoes; regular $12.00 Shoe sale price $5.98 LOT 2 King Quality Shoes; regular $7 and $S values, sale price .$4.9S LOT 3 Men's Plain Shoes; regular $5 and $7 value., sale price S3.9S LOT 4 Men's Black Welt Shoes; regular $4 and $5 val ue, sale price . $2.98 Men's Mocassins to be closed out, pair $2.25, $2.75 LOT 5 Men's Work Shoes, $3.00 value, sale price . . . .$1.9S LOT 6 One lot of Men's and Children's Heavy Tennis; to close out, pair, for .$1.59 LOT 7 One lot of Children's and Boys' Shoes; to be cleaned out, pair, for . 59c . LOT 8 One lot of Child's White Pumps, to be cleaned, pair, for . 49c vLOT9 One lot of Child's Sandals; regular $1.50 value, sale price, pair .- 98c LOT 10 Misses' Oxfords and Shoes; reg. $3 and $3.50 value, sale price $1.98 LOT 11 One lot of Ladies' White Canvas Pumps and Oxfords; to be cleaned out, pair, for.' 89c LOT 12 .One lot of Ladies' High Shoes to be closed out, per pair " $1.98 LOT 13 One lot of Ladies' Oxfords, to be closed out, pair I. DS LOT 14 Ladies' La France Shoes; regular price $6 and $7 value, sale price. $2:98, $3.98 LOT 15 One lot of Shoes to be cleaned out, per pair 19c LOT 16 One lot of Shoes to be closed out, pair . . 39c LOT 17 Men's Baseball Shoes; $2.50 value, sale price, per pair . $1.29 LOT 18 One lot of Ladies' Bathing Shoes, to be closed out, pair ' 49c LOT 19 One lot. of .Ladies'. High Heel Oxfords and Pumps, to be closed out, pair .$1.63 "V LOT20 U. S. Army Shoes; to be closed out, pair $2.9? REMEMBER THE PLACE AND DATE ARGAIN STORE: 4 H. Ziter, Prop. Tel. 730 P. S. We will exchange merchandise but no money returned during this sale. 248 N. Main SL, Barre, Vt.