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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, JULY 17, 1922.
Do You Get Up is, Morning rcelinffitasarifldle"? Success in Life Often Times Depends Upon Starting the Day Right TO BOUNCE out of bed feeling fresh a a daisy; to greet; the little oil pranoing be fore you with a happy laugh, toss him up high with a firm, steady hand, and actually dance with the. - very joy of living! ' Then plunge into your morning tub, if that's your method, dress .with a smile on your lips an! a song in your heart. Come, with firm step to the breakfast table, eager for its wholesome fare And you. spread joy in your house hold and go forth into the world "fit to fight," equipped with that most powerful of all weapons, grant good health. ,For health is surely yours, and lOTJ do not need Tanlae. But how different if you arise un refreshed, aching in every filter, un moved by the healthy laughter of the household. The long day ahead will seem to you an eternity, promising nothing but misery, and you just have to summon all your will-power and what little energy remains to you, to ' drag yourself up, dress and take your place falteringly, discouraged, without .appetite, at your -breakfast table. Gloom enshrouds you and casts its de pressing pall about your whole fam ily circle, and you go out to tins battle of life already hopelessly beaten. YOU need Tanlac! And, oh! how many thousands epe rience this wretched state! Far and wide the wail is heard from those who crawl out of bed with the great est effort and wonder if there is poth ing that can bring the healin (hat will make them feel "fit as fiddle" in the morning. They need Tanlac! WMt is the matter? Why are they all tired out in the morning! The answer is simply that their systems are clogged and their blood poisoned from the waste substances that have been stored up because the digestive . the elminative organs have not per formed their proper functions. And the reason for all this is that too much hastily eaten food has been piled into the stomach. When you feel yourself getting up in the morning unrefreshed and ex hausted, look ' for the symptoms of stomach trouble, such as dizziness, nervousness, bad taste in the mouth and biliousness. You may be con- ! -XL I KORTUFIELD Funeral of James C. Cashen Was Held 'Saturday. James C. Cashen, a'formor mident of Xorthfield, died Thursday in Store town. The remains were brought to the undertaking rams of John Mo Cormick and the f '.rural h-.'ld iicm fet. John's church Saturday- morning, Rtsv. J. A. Lynch oniciaung. burial was in ISt. John's ecmetery. Thomas Cashen, a brother of the din-eased, mid the three sons, Robert, Edward inl How ard Cashen, acted an bear.'.. Mr. Cashen, who was 72 years of ae, was the son of tha late Miehiel Csihhen, and' spent his younger life here. He is survived by his wife, jne '(laughter, Mary Cashen of New York, and tour, sons, Kdward Cashen of "'tamford, Conn., Robert Cashen of Oswego, Me., Howard Cashen of Claremont, Sr H., and Frank Cashen of la n jwlier. Aside from the immediate ft.puiy, a brother, Thomas Cashen, a ister, Mrs. Elizabeth Carffell of New York City, Miss Mary Gallagher of .'hil.ihtlphia, and Minnie McGrath , of Montpelier were in town for the funeral services. stipated, too, and your liver sluggish or torpid. Unusual skin pallor, loss of weight, loss of appetite and inabil ity to sleep restfully, are nature's warnings, and you must look to your digestive system or be - in -lunger of drifting into some serious disease. The natural action of Tanlac on the digestive, secretive, assimilative and eliminative organs is the certain safe guard to your "health, and the never failing foe of that awful tired feeling when you get out of-bed in the morn ing. Tanlac has proved ' lo be the best and safest tonio and system puri fier, stimulating the digestive svHom to its proper functioning, so the blood is able to take up fresh building mate rial nd is so vitalized as to be able to more thoroughly eliminate tne wahte products which make you feel all tired out. , . " I The cells of all parts of the body then receive real healthyiimrhlin..'nt, the shrunken tissues are tilled 'out, ! the skin regains its glowing te,ture '. , and the bloom of health. The eyei'ahe Wayne Davis of Albany, N. W is at the home of his parents, .Mr. trd Mrs.. George E- Davis, for his rnn.ial vacation. His wife has been spending the past three weeks here.- .-, Miss Brown of Worcester, Mas., is a guest at the home of Prof, nn-.l Mrs. F. A. Spencer. Miss Brown, who is a soloist in one of the .churches in Worcester, rendered two toloS in tie Universalist church Sunday morn ng. Miss Brown sang very sweetly r.na those who had the pleasure t.f hear ing her Sunday will be ,!elijr!i .ed. to know that she will sing the crning Sunday. Captain Leon E. Ryder, D. O. L, who has been in town for the past few weeks on a leave, of ibsen'W, Itft the last of the week for Fort Dot-g-las, Utah, Mrs.; Ryder and 'laughter, ' STOWE Many People Attended Funeral of Ar mond Beauchemin. The funeral of Armond Beauchemin, who was drk-ned while in bathing Wednesday afternoon, was held at the Catholic church at Waterbury Satur day1 forenoon. Interment was made at Waterbury. Among those from Stowe, besides the family, who attended the funeral were Mr. andMrs. A, H, Fos ter, Mrs. Thomas Clark, Mr. and Mrs. A. p. Weeks, Mrs. Henry Sargent, Miss Ella Sargent, Leo Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. . Joseph White, sr., Mr. and Mrs. George -White, t Mr- and Mrs. H. A. Pawons, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Par sons, Mr. and Mrs. C P. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Van Dusen, S. H. Mathews, Roger Bedpll, Messrs. Bouch ard, Salvas and E. B. Forbes. SYRUP PEPSIN IN OLD AGE Much used by elderly people for constipation, 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 pr6ve to you that you can so regulate yourself that elimi- . nation will ofceur promptly every day. Increased doses are not necessary. It is a com bination of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin. The cost is only about a cQt a dose. In spite of the fact that Dr. Caldwell's Syrup .Pepsin has been .on the market 30 years Miss Pauline Franklin entertained twenty young people at the Green Mountain inn Friday evening. Miss Franklin's niece, Dorothy Noyrs, of Greenfield, Mass., gave a solo dance. Miss ftuth , Collins acted as matron. The rooms were attractively, decorated with vellow daisies and ferns. Danc ing was enjoyed and refreshments of sandwiches, ice cream and wafer were served.- ' '. .. '"',' Mrs. H. T. Franklin of Green ilild, Mass., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sam Harmon, at the inn. . Rev, and Mrs, A. G. Cornwall and family of Elmira, N, Y., tre visiting! The funeral of the late Mn. Helen friends in Stowe. Mr. Cornwall was a Chadwiek was held at the home of-her former pastor of the Con gMg.-itional j daughter, Mrs. Harry Chase, on 'un church. ' - ' I day afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Kraser Mr nH t n Mood v. lm oiiiriitmig. - ...... v have visited relatives here for severa weeks, returned to their home in Mitt and 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, calomel, coal tar and such drastic purgatives. ; S Half-Ounce Bottle Free Few etcape constipation, to even If you io fiat require a laxative at tj.i. moment let me tend you a Half-ounce Trial Bottle of my Syrub Pepsin FREB OF CHARGE to that you will have it handy when needed. Simply tend your name and address to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 514 Wasfunfton St., Mondctllo, 111. Write me today. RANDOLPH neapolis Saturday. They were accom panied by their. niece, Mis Dorothy Burt, who will visit relatives there for several weeks. The children of Mr. and Mr. Frank McCarthy and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Virginia, remaining for a . in r-r Mt Moulton of Moscow are in quarantine at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lev; 1. Cross. Mrs. Beryl Sherman, and sons have returned from Hardwiek, v.here they have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James at their summer home at the clears, and with the strong and nor mal digestion the whole eyrtein is built up to the point vhere V'Hir hours of sleep are truly refreshing and you get up in the :norni.ig feel ing "fit as a fiddle." It seems the sheerest folly for ai y one to feel all tired out in he mrrirg when Tanlac affords the " bst and most natural means of keeping id good trim or bringing the system buck to its full and normal powers. Tanlac is sold by all good ari.ggi:its. adv, EAST ORANGE Mrs. Helen Thomas passed away early Thursday morning at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jane Fish, who has faithfully cared for her for some time. ' Jerry Dashncr and lamilyl were in Barre Thursday on business. Bert Bushey of Montpelier is at A. R. Beede s this week, sawing lumber. Ethel Hamilton is spending her vacation with her father at Arthur Prescott. Mr. Jeffords and family of Williams town were in the place recently, call , ing on friends. . . Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Root and son, Clarence, of Middlcbury, Mass., accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sweat and two'children from Winchester, N. H., spent several days recently with Mr. and Mrs. Orange Minard, making the trip in N. N. Root's car. F. O. Burroughs and son, Arthur, were in Bradford recently. , A eon weighing 6 1-2 pounds was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Nixon at the home of his parent's, Mr. and Mra. Henry Nixon. Miss Alice Sanborn and Miss Helen Colby were in West Topsham Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clark of Orange were in the place Wednesday. Mra. Anson Parker and' Mrs. Lucy Waterman of Waits River were vis itors in the place Thursday. Plenty of Wind. A physician, attended by a number of medical students waa making the round of his ward and stopped beside a bed wnereon lay a man with a very prominent cnest. The physician, having elicited from the sick man the fact that, he was in the habit of playing wind instrument remarked: "Yes, . ye; all that puffing and straining is most' prejudicial to the lungs, most prejudicial." "What wind instrument did you play?" h asked addressing the patient. To the huge delight of the students the patient replied. "The concertina, sir." Rehoboth Sunday Herald. Mr. and Mrs. William HzeRon and daughter, who live at Park inn, have gone to Caspian lake, Greeniboro, for the remainder of the summer. Raymond Oiffin has completed his duties in A. M- Cutler's . store and has commenced work in the Nortljfield Trubt company. Wilbur Howe of Ayer, Mais., has re cently Undergone a serious operation fpr gall stones. Mr. Howe is a native of this town and a brottyr of Col. F. L. Howe and Miss Helen E. Howe. Ilis many friends here will hope for his study recovery. Walter C. Middlebrook is enjoying a vacation from his duties, in the Northfleld TVust company and has gone to Biddeford,. Me., to spend the time with his family, who are there camping during the summer mr-nths. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hardin and son, Atwood, left Friday for .''.tiford, Conn., where they will spend week. The trip was made by automobile. Mrs. Hardin's sister, Mrs. M. P.l;;k. and daughter," Miss Ruth (Slake, wUl accompany them home. Mfs. John Prince of Wat-?rb'iry spent part of the past week in town, a guest at the home of her uncle, C. S. Kimball. j Dr. O. N. Welch was In Burlington the past week attending the eteri naries' convention. Mrs. Welch accom panied him. Edward Connell is assisting in the office of Cross Brothers' granite com pany during the absence of Miss Mar garet Aiken, who is spending hT va cation in Boston. for whooping cough Harry Warren is enjoying, im an nual vacation from his duties aUthe C, E. and F. O. Burt company ntwc. Bvron Bentley of the Kurn Hittin homes has passed several .lays at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Mary Loomis. Cecil Scribner has gone to B'attlo boro, where be has accepted a position in a creamery. Mrs. Charles Hopkinon of Wster bury Center was a recent visiior at L M. Warburton's. Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Wood of Oor gia and Mr. -and Mrs. C. M. Aufin of Pleasant City. Kla., are visiting tluir sister, Mrs. Mark Shaw. Robert and Wavne Chaffee of Wil- liamstown are visiting iheir grand father, Henry Faunce, and other rel atives, . .Miss .Sadie Hart returned. 'Sotrrday to Barre, after visiting tier botltr Frank Hart, and family. Miss Theresa Hill of Burlhg'm has passed i-everal days at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Hill, in south hollow. , Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Powers of Ches ter are visiting at the McCu'U l.onie. or the !"ervice and there were also many from the rela tives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Whitham of White River Junction, the latter the granddaughter of the deceased, was here for over Sunday. Mrs. Olidden of Lowell", Ma., ar rived here on Saturday to it.it her aunt, Mrs. J. B. ?mt. Miss Emma Seymour, who has been script. at her brother's camp near Sutton, S. H., has returned to her home here. Mr. anMrs. Arthur Tildjn of Barre were in town on Sunday to meet a friend, who came from, MasssachiiHelts. Miss Elizabeth Campbell, a teacher in Springfield, Mass., is passing Mime time here with Mr. and Mr. W.. W, Jones. Mrs. "Elizabeth Rand at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Morse. Mrs. Inez Litchfield Merriam of Bil lerica, Mass., has come to ps several days here with her sister, Mr-. K. F. Bixby. '"'".''".' Miss Kathleen Bixby went to Island Pond Saturday with Mr. and Mr. Al bert Dales and family, where they will go into camp for two weeks, with rel atives there. Hardly Flattering. Ohio exchange At the conclusion of Dr. Barton's speech the real enjoyment of the evening began. Boston Tran- Tires! Tires! Tires! , Now is the time you need tne best of tires Vaca tion time .What soils an outing or a little trip more than changing tires.- Or that feeling that one or more .is liable to' blow-out with any little spurt of speed.1, Look over your tires to-day and replace the ques tionable ones with new. Use up the old ones when you are going to be around home. But don't marr your vacation this year with1 poor .tires, especially at these cash prices. 30x3 Y2 Cord $12.82 '34x4 Cord.' $26.20 35x5 Cord .$41.85 Other sizes at proportionate prices. Special Sale on 30x3 Tubes each $1.00 FIRST QUALITY GOODS Special Prices on many Odd Makes and ' Sizes. . ., H. G. Bennett BARRE, VT. Overheard in an. Offices '"Bill is kicking because he can't have a longer-vacation. ' .-'' "That fellow would kick if his vaca tion resembled the calcdnar a month off every thirty days.' Boston Tran script. . Bees T Remarkable, in Their Laws, Government. Volumes have been written Habits, Don't Advertise Unless you are absolutely on the level with your customers , Unless your goods are so excel lent that everyone who buys them once will want them again. Unless there is real need for what you make Unless you appreciate that it takes a bng time' and costs a lot of money to educate one hundred million peo ple to associate your trade mark with a definite standard of quality Unless your business is built on the firm foundation of economical pro duction and sound finance. Published ij the Barn Daily Times, ia eo-operatios with The Americas Associatiea ef Advertirini Agencies the life of bees; so full of interest are their habits, their laws and govern ment. A nueen is their greatest treas ure, and they will guard her with their lives, but only one queen will they tolerate, although it will happen at The Average Voter is to Blame. Of course government is wasteful and inefficient and always will be until we apply to it a fraction of the com mon sense that we' use in our peYson -al affairs. President Harding has done much to correct the waste and sloppy methods of the departments., per haps as much as he ran do under pres ent conditions, but there is still a longsjipht of all the children in (own. The! ways to go- Primarily, the blame for number , of children ranges from 33 j governmental "methods and abuses to 100, and under the direction of Miss Mrs. Gertrude Huntington of Bur lington, who paused last winter in St." Albans, is passing several days here with Miss Leila Mtrsila 11. A. Stroh of Hartford. Conn., mir- cbased a carload of cows of W. H. Pel- j ton last week and also one of G. B. Farr of Hancock. John Butterfield, a former resident, who has been out of town for a long time, has returned and taken em ployment in the L. W. Webster mill. Dr. and Mrs. Ray dough and three children of Seattle, Wash., have come to pas a month here with relatives j and friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Brunell ani son of Woodstock have recently vit-ited Mrs. Rrunell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Manchester. Mrs. J. P. Oiffnrd recently visited at her old home in Barton, where her mother, Mrs. A. D. Folsom, resides. Miss Arlene Rowe left on Saturday for.a six weeks' camping trij to New Hampshire. Miss Rowe will enter a school in Boston this fall for a course of studv. The community playground is rnn-j ning verv successfully and to tUe rte Kowquickyif heals! That's what youllsay after applying RESIHOL 2oothinq And HcaJii Use freely Cannot in jure the Icnderest skin W7 TRUST FUNDS This Bank has had long experience in caring for TRUST FUNDS. We have a special Trust Department in charge of our Trust Officer and if you are considering the estab lishment of a Trust Fund for any purpose we shall be glad to have you come in and discuss the matter with one of our officers before finally settling upon your Trustee. This visit will not obligate you in any way and we may be able to be of service to you. v "9Te OCd Jdatik On9fie Gonwr" Depository Of The Stale Of Vermont rests with an uneducated, indifferent and lazy electorate, that has a double standard, one for private, and another for public business, not grasping the Smith the work is progressing finelv 'A. M. Battles has the superviion of ! the ground during eight weeks whit hi it l open. A new bath house 12x3(5 feet j fact that they are one and inseparable h been erected, and this is provided! -......... ..... .... j -iin iixtrrn inaivimini compartments. are made concrete for us in our tax Th is for the tie of ladies and girls, bills are the result of highly infee-1 lne oM hnuil(. n,inR for th(, mB, lloth turns political diseases.. No group) ir! provided with toilet facilities. A needs education so much as those busi-f,w ..nitric lights are to be installed ness men who go along with rrupt j in 8i(iiti,,n t t,r on ajr04dv j .. organisations on the theory that they 4 , nnr bketbal! standard will ran profitably exchange public advan tages for private gain. Once Americans fough because they had taxation without representation. times that two queens will I hatched. I To day we stand for taxation with V lien this does occur a deadly com- misrepresentation, a of can we have bat begins the moment that the "queens lower taxes until we remove the causes emerge from their cradles. Hgbcr waa for high taxes, which means the re first' to remark an extraordinary fca-lmoval of a lot of incompetents from tsire in connection w ith this combat. ' office. Half asleep voters have al Each time that the queens present ways been ruled by wide-awake spend their cuirasses to each other in such a er. There is no magic in the polling fashion that the drawing of the sting! place that transmute second-rate would prove mutually fatal, the two ' candidates into first-rate officials. But warriors stricken with simultaneous . the men who work at politics are en-j terror, divide and fly only, to meet titled to the rewards of politics. And, shortly after and ' separate again the man who is too Uy to protect his should the double disaster threaten po"'ketbook baa no real cause for com-; the future of their people. At last, plaint when the bill is charged to hira. i however, one of them i found to sue-j There is nothing to prevent his or ceed in surprising her clumsier or less ganising before the primaries to inter wary rival and in killing her without , fere with hi putting up candidate who risk' to herself for the law of the race will protect hi interest, except his has rlled for one sacrifice onlv. dumb indifference. So long a this! New York Herld. " (lasts, not even the best intent ioned j j president, governor or mayor can do' much to improve present conditions. Before politic can be reformed the tn the better government than he deserves. When he erected. Dr. G. A. Richasdsnn. former assist ant to Dr. J. P. Uifford, has been in ....... i i . , , . iiiwii lift n i r w tin VP. ami 11. .it'n- nings and Mi Etta FoUron hav been guests at the home of Dr. tiiiTord. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rand of Leom inster, Ma., have been in town for three weeks, assisting in :he care of ARTHUR W. DOW PRESENTS THE WORLD'S GREATEST and MUSICAL ORGANIZATION fcj O US A H 1 s E AND How They Were Related The husband, who had a great habit v"aP'' vo,- m""4 reform. ( of teasing his wife, was out driving hole- h n.ow P"'" "th" with her. when in the country ing they .net a farmer driving a span of mules. If n" om"n'". u,".'"nl ne font a. they were about to pass tehv' ,l- Pded '" to work farmer, rig them ule turned their " "nd to fls'' , k'rP I head, toward the auto and braved! The average voter, iml.idmg the run' toriferoiisJv. ' I of business men, is a hn k in politics. Turning to his wife, the husband ! fTt open handed at the perform tuttinglv remarked, -Relative of ! elephant; exclaiming I wan!" tfr inr ttx - mnmrT; miincninir yours, I suppose! Yes." said marriage." his wife sweetly, Loficat John Mamma, was baby ent from eaven ! Mother Yes. der. "I piess they like it quiet up there." -th-egtm Orange Owl. litical peanut and persuaded by the ker and baltvhno men ia accept . a genuine the freak and fake of the political midway. Even when he find that he ha been frisked by the light-! fin erred and freehanded follower of the circu he ran around aimlessly,1 emitting loud cries f rare, instead of starting in methodically to clean out! the how Saturday Evening Post, j Gregg Shorthand well taueht and learned h helped many of our students to worth- while positions. j 'A high school girl at rnd of sec ond year obliged to go to work as clerk. In spare time. -took our' special course in shorthand. Xow ! holding good position with local firm. j Competent stenographers are al-j way in demand in grod or poor , times. j Join our SI'MMER SCHOOL,; cias now lorming. feMons, KM 12:30. MONTPELIER BUSINESS SCnOOL IRA RICHARDSON. PRIH. Those J17-M. v. f t) r putya ntunn aur va wicm r'-l i ii ii. i in In i ii'-j-'-i "" " " Montpelier City. Hall Friday 21 st Matinee, July at 2:30 p. m. PRICES75c, tax 8c-$1.00, tax 10c- $1.50, tax 15c $2.00, tax 20c Sale at BuswelPs Book Store Beginning July 18 : t 1-J ttw To-day Only PARK THEATRE To-day Only E Tcd nr Ji il I A M i With Owen Moore, supported by an all star cast Packed with thrills on land, ea and the air. The picture that hat jammed theatres all over the couutry with people to see it. MATINEE, 2:l5-ChiIdren, 10c. Adultt, I7c. EVENING, 6:45 and 8:30-Children, I5c AriulU, 22c