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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, ip-2:.
FREE AT LAST OF KIDNEY II ROUBLE Owe Hia Health To "Fruit-a-tive" . The Famous Fruit Medicine. ft i v U) J .::&y-;-:---ft..- f 'M. iouis olour 45 Lakeside Avk., Marlboro, Mass. '' "Four years ago, when I' first " learned of "Fruit-a-tives", I was suffering' severely with Kidney k Trouble and Rheumatism. I had , contracted abad cold. Mybackpained ' all the time, hurting badly when I stooped or attempted to lift anything and my Kidneys would not act. Beginning the use of "Fruit-a tives" (I had read good account) of this famous fruit medicine in th Montreal I French papers) I soon found they were ' the remedy I required. ,-; In three weeks time, I felt like a new person. However, I kept on with the treatment and was abso lutely rid of every symptom of Kid ney Trouble and Rheumatism". LOUIS GLOUR s 60e a box, 6 for $2,50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVE3 Limited, OGDKXSBURG, N.Y. AUTO STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Plunges Down Bank and Kills One of Occu- . pants. " ST. JOHNSBURY MAN DRIVING CAR Stunned by the Bolt But Will Recover Accident at Boscawen, N, Boscawen, liam of H., Aug. 19. Wil Somerville, Mass., a GROWN Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and two chil dren of Barnet and Mrs. Cobb of Went ford were guests of Mrs. P. A. Smith Thursday. Mrs. John A. Chalmers and son, Wil liam;' of St. Johnsbury arrived here on Thursday and are visiting Mr. "and Mrs. G. E. Taisey. Dr. I. X. Eastman and family have been spending the week at Lakeside, West Barnet. Miss Ila Frost of Montpelier is visit ing her aunt, Mrs. O. C. Whitehill. . Miss Ivis Crown is visiting her fa ther, A. W. Crown, at Bellows Falls. Mrs. Sophronia Eastman is visiting her brother, A. W. Eastman. Mrs. Helen Welch has returned to x Melrose Highlands, Mass., after spend ing several months in this vicinity. Mrs. Murdo McDonald of Scotstown, P. Q., apd Rev. and Mrs. Walter Harri inan of t'edarville, O., were recent vis itors at V. A. Morrison's. .. F. C. Cross has purchased the wood working shop formerly conducted by Isaac Bicker and will run the same in connection with lm garage. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Washburn, who have been visiting Mrs. Washburn's sis ter, Mrs. D. A. Morrison, have returned to their home at Detroit, Mich. They twere accompanied by . Kenneth Morri son, who plans to enter college there. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Blanchard and on, Ira, and Dorothy Gordon, their granddaughter, started Wednesday on a motor trip to Hillsboro, X. H. They will visit friends in other towns and expect to be away about a week. C. A. Bicker and family are at their ramp at Ricker's and are entertaining their son, J. E. Ricker, and family of Burlington for the week. . Mrs. Carrie Brown and children went to Montpelier Wednesday to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Harry IShorey, for a few days. About twenty, of the little friends of Doris Hosmer gathered at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr. Harry Hosmer, Tuesday afternoon to help her celebrate her ninth birthday. The aft ernoon Was passed in playing games and refreshments of ice cream and rake. All enjoyed a pleasant and happy , time. . Mrs. IT. C. Heath of Westville ia re covering from the effects of a bad fall sustained the flrsffif the week. Miss 1'earl Keenan, who ha been raring for Mrs. Heath, has gone to her home. A. Coen traveling ' salesm'n, 16t ' bis life here last night when a machine in which he was a passenger plunged down a forty-foot embankment after it had bpen struck by lightning. A. Bubo of St. "Jo'hnsbury, Vt., the driver, was stunned by. the bolt but will recAr. JOHNSON WILL HAVE OPPOSITION Hiram Not to ' Have Another Term Without a Contest Charles C. Moore His Opponent, Sacramento, Cal., Aug. 1!) (By ahe Associated Press). Vigorous campaign ing by senatorial and gubernatorial candidates was the feature of the weeks preceding California's primary election, which will be held on Aug. 2'J and at which candidates will be nomi nated for complete state ticket and for all county officeo. Virtual last-minute injection into the pre-primary campaign of a Republican opponent against United States Senator Succeeds Where Doctors Fail Lytlla L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Often Does That. Read Mrs.Mincr Testimony Churubusco, N. Y. -'1 was tinder the doctor's care for over five years I lor backache and had no relief from Ibis medicine. One day a neigh bor told me about I your egetable I Compound and I took it. It helped me so much that I wish to advise? all women to try Lydia E. Pink ham's rts- Ible Comnonnd for female troubles and backache. It is a great help in carrying a child, as I have noticed a difference when I didn't take it. I thank you for this medicine and if I ever come to this point again I do not want to be with cut the e rets tie Compound I jrive you rrmiiion o publish this letter so that ail women can take my ad vice. "-Mrs. Frfd Wlslr, Box ICC, Cburubusco, N. Y. It's the Nm story over again. Women suffer from ailments f.-r year. They try doctors and &. fferer t medicines, but fH no better. Fi rstly they take Lydia F- Fj.Lhama Vepetaote Compound and yon can see its v) in the cae of Mrs. Sjer. Afl ailing women ight to try th:8 meSwire. It can be taken in safety by , Tneor old, as it contains &o tarm- j 1-1 (ir.js. Hiram W. Johnson, who had heen.ex pected to have a clear field so far as the Republican nomination was con cerned, aroused old-time political an tagonisms. Senator Johnson's opponent was Charles C. Moore, San rrancisco engineer and president ot tne ranama Pacific international exposition at ban Francisco in 1915. Moore's candidacy - announced after a meeting in San rrancisco of Republican leaders opposed to Johnson, and following the-announccment it be came apparent that the anti-Johnson campaign would be based on the lat ter opposition to the four power 1'a- eitte treaty. Early in the campaign reports were circulated that Moore had the backing of the administration of. President Harding and that it was a fight of "progressive" as represented by Moore, against a man who was "at out" with the national administration. Later re ports from Washington said the presi dent had decided to take no part in the California senatorial fight. It also was declared by Senator Johnson's friends that aside from his vote against the four-power treaty, John son was a firm supporter of the: presi dent. 1 Senator Johnson returned to Califor nia and was prompt to take up the fight. In his opening speech to the "home folks" he declared that it was "the same old fight against the same old gang" men who opposed him ivhen he was governor and fought the South ern Pacific Railroad company and other corporations. Senator Johnson also de clared that he had returned "to the nest, protected state in tne union' so far as the tariff was concerned. He de clared thai, he had opposed the four power treaty because he was opposed to "entangling alliances" and because of the Japanese immigration issue, which for year had been vital in Cali fornia. Other candidates for the senatorial nominations were William J. Pearson, Democrat, of Los Angele, Upton Sin clair, socialist author, Pasadena, and II. Clay Xeedham, prohibitionist, Xew hall. For gubernatorial honors, Governor William D. Stephens was nut to suc ceed himself on the Republican ticket He also filed on the prohibitionist tick et. His Republican opponent was State Treasurer Friend -W. Richardson of Berkeley. Mattison B. Jones of Olendale. a Los Angeles suburb, and Thomas Lee Wool wine, district attorney of Los Angeles county, were the Democratic candi dates. Jones also filed on the prohibi iion uckci. .aieisnaer tiorr of San Francisco was the socialist candidate ll,MTli!lll!t i''r Jill HUNGARY WAWTS TO JOIN Makes Application for Membership to League of Nations. Geneva. Switzerland, Aug. 18, (By the A. P.). Formal application from Hungary for admission into member ship of the league of nations was re ceived by the league secret anxt. The application will be acted upon at the September meeting of the ssembly. Tuberculosis Union Announces Next Meeting. Xew York, Aug. IS. The interna tional union agsints tuberculosis which ha just closed its meeting in Brussels. announces that the 19M meeting of the organization will be hrlif" in the Lotted States in connection with the SeMjui Centennial of Philadelphia. The net meeting in 1924 will be held in Berne, Switzerland. The president elect for the American meeting is Dr. TheobaM Smith, director of the Rocke feller Foundation Animal Research laboratory at Princeton, N. J., snd discoverer of the bovine tubercle bacil lus. The Xational TnberuloM aMMV-ia-ti.'O aim annnume that It next ati mial meeing in 1923 will he held in Santa Rarhara, Calif. June 18 to 25. SALE Snap Fasteners Regular price 10c card 5c ' Five hundred and seventy-six cards white and black all sizes from 1 to 00. An introductory offer by the mak ers enables us to sell these at the above low prices. They are guaranteed and the same quality you have been pay ing 10c a card for. - Summer Hats Marked Down to . Mash" Co ' "THE DAYLIGHT STORE" 188 N. Mairi St., Barre, Vt. SALE Waists - Blouses Regular prices 1.25 to 1.50 Striped gingham and striped madras in six or eight attract tive patterns some with collars and cuffs of, 'White pique Voile, dimity and batiste in all white effects, also with colored collars and cuffs. Tailored and dress models 98c Formerly 2.50, 3.95, 4.50 up to' 8.50 ' Every summer must go. hat in I stock New Sweaters Smart slip-on styles an other lot just received this makes the fourth shipment these are. in most attractive colors such as red, rose, silver, blue, orchid and two toned ef fects of fibre silk mixtures. Prices 3.25, 3.95 to 5.95. New Chain Belts The popular novelty belts which will be worn largely with the new serge and Poiret twill dresses. We have them in sev eral styles from 39c to 1.00 each, y J Hair Nets more than a thousand A special purchase at about Half Price Baronet , Satins Marked Down to Made of real human hair cap shape double guaranteed first quality or single mesh 20 Single Mesh HairNetsfor r .Double Mesh Hair Nets for 1 .00 I-00 2.89 very Net, first quality Every Net, large size ' Every Net, cap shape Every Net, real human hair Every Net, sterilized Every Net sanitary Medium brown, dark brown, light brown, black, aubur n, blond. One dollar's worth, only to each customer We must limit each customer's purchase because we expect an enormous demand--and we want as many custom ers as possible to share in this remarkable value. - , . ' SIX STRIKING VALUES Formerly priced 3.50 to 3.95 yard. ' ! White and colors. " : Plain and figured. i New, Yarns . " i There seems to be a greater demand for knitting yams than ever before possibly because i of the wonderful new effects ! that the makers of yarns have j brought out and the attractive j new shades. We have about! twenty colors in . i Silverton Yarns at 30c , Goldenglow Yarns at 22c 7 I New Scarfs j Unusual in color combination j and most attractive large j generous sizes in brushed wool ! effects. Sport shades predomi- nate. Priced 3.50 and 3.9a X - Lisle and Cotton Percale Apron Pure Thread Silk 27-inch Dress Silk and Fibre Inexpensive I. Hose Dresses Hose Ginghams Hose Corsets . For women and children. Good quality percales. Full fashioned In blue and white stripes. Mock seam leg. Pink and white coutil ! Black and cordovan. Attractive patterns. , Heavy clear weave. In checks of red, blue, lav- Silk lisl top and soles. Low bust topless. ' Slightly imperfect. Four different styles. Black, white, colors. ender and green. Clear lustrous black. Plain and fancy. Specially priced Specially priced , y Specially priced Specially priced Specially priced Specially priced - 19c 95c 1.79 15c 49c 1.00 , ' ' i i ; .New Dresses Serge Poiret twill. New' - , Skirts Navy,-Brown, black. Striped, pleated effects. New Millinery Velvet, hatters' plush, duvetine New Neckwear Collar and cuff sets in lawn, or gandie and lace. New Ribbons Two toned effects, faced, picot edge. M iddy Blouses : of the better quality all to be sold at about Half Price double Made by one of the best manufacturers of waists and middy blouses in the east Price 1.19 New Brassieres Front and back hook models,' flesh and white. New, Corsets - in flesh : 2 2.25 Every middy blouse in this sale made to sell for 2.00, 2.50 to 3.00 They are of the famous Lonsdale Twill one of the best and most durable middy fabrics made some are all white, others are white with blue collars and cuffs. s Sizes 14, 16, )8, 20 All new, and fresh never offered at retail before. The close out line of the maker bought at a great price saving. Stylish models white coutil. New Sweaters and For children, coat models. in tuxedo and L New - " Sweaters For infants pull over model brushed wool collar. New Ear Drops In jet, jade, and other fascinat in effects. TO REMOVE BROKEN BRIDGE. Boston Bridge Works Given Contract for Woodsrille, IT. H., Job. WiHvlnville, X. H, Anjr. 19. Work of removing from th Connect itit rier the broken FUnger briiljre structure will commence within hort time. The e lectmon f the ton of Haverhill an1 New-burr have given the contract for the work of wrecking the bridge the Boton Bridge work. tract for wrecking the bridge and, a though a number i bridge concern ere aked to bid on the Work, none but the Ronton Bridge works would make a bid. That of the Boon mm pany wa to remove the bridge on a coet jilti bai. The Cumminz Construction Co. wae ready at the time of the cctal town meeting fii undertake the work, but later withdrew it nffrr. although it exnrecd it drire to aid in anv war tnjpoible a it ha from the time the bridle eolIn-l, Summer Reflection. It i eaier to keep the wolf from the door than to keep the flic. Bk ton Transcript. A meeting wa held TneUr of the! II i eiecten that everal week will aelectmen and committee of the two lb necerr to get thing, in reline town and it voted that the select-j for the removal of the heavy bridge men contract w ith the Boton con.-ern I part, and the joh -f takins them out to do the work. The company ha been! will take ouite a time which i diffi notified and etatea it will atart work 'cult o estimate. The aelectmen hare at once. ! oeen anv ion in nart rue work o mat NO DECISION TOR WEEK Reparations Commission Continues Task of Seeking Solution. Tari. Aug. IS, (Bp the Aociated Pre'.- The reparation eommUitn to-day continued it tak of eecking a oliitmn of the French -tierman tangle, but a final derUion i not expected for at lrat a week. A large eti"n of Kren"li opinion cTitii ir.e what I termed the futility of the commiion' method, for in Itiiuf, the decision it i unlertod to hate taken to eend a delegation to Berlin to hear what t.ermany ha to av. 8ince the pe-ial the two towns at were appointed to lee t men town meeting of which committee lork with I he e- negotiation rave hern car ried on with the I'nited Cnt ruction Co.. whith built the Kanger IwHge. with a view to aecuring a ttieirent it could weather. be completed Vefore cold Piaita PertiJaje. -t Tiieeday evening." nrtle Mi MISS BUSH WINDER Old-Fashioned Kind. K- M. "we were utting on the piaja from the con-tructor Sor the c'.lar-e j be mother err.arked I wonder whv the fM iii:iie are o tad to mght . i " I gxc nq'if f -"!en ma." Mltd of the bridg. It w the idea of ome cf the committee memher that the t-ompanv would agree t a et t roenU Have voti a roimWi t vrwriter !" but all negotiation enied in a flst n-.v the I X, ve rhattera fi'rtva Iranritt. hfot'.ier who full . tnn. It fttn of the month awl eientf food d'sL"7 denial by the compaiiy of any liHi,i" v. prejtt their ::".. ;oti kn-'w." " These ne.tntitm held p the chs- J VtoB T'r. r jl. Holds Woiren'i Western Junior Golf Chatrpmnship for 2nd Time Chicago. Aug. 1 Mi Mercede Buh. I., t--4v held the wonen" western jtin.or sj1f c!ampionhip for the ""ond time in thre jur. hav ing defetel Mj irg'ma U il-on of I'naent.ia. 4 an i. at tfce e.t mr lnd i:fk ycterdav. Mi.t B i'H a!. won the g"ll t-1l in t ij:u!.ty tnz r uni with a acctre of t Hr approsi-B-te e-ce v e.teni.T wat ?&. LARGE PIMPLES DISFIGURED FACE Hard ad Rei Lost Rest Ccb'cura Heals. " My trouble beran wrhh pirnplea that were bard, large nod red, and very disagreeable. They wrcre neat sered all over my face, wrhicb wraa rfiaftrured lor the time being. I loat my seat at Bight on account ot thai irritation. g " The trouble lasted about two months. I tried different remedies but they did not help me. 1 began caing Cuticura Soap and Ointment and after using two cakes ot Cuticura Soap and two boxes of Cusicnra Ointment I was healed. (Signed) Miss Selma Botech. 696 Pearl St., Stoufbton. Mas . Oct. 4, 1921. Use Cuticura for all toilet purpones. tareW tr Trm WO a l i -e,mlS. 1.... XNpet a II Mm" e-T- w" Wtac . nie luwat Tia mat mb. Spunky Lamoille's Spunky Fair Morrisville, Vt. ' Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Aug. 22-23-2 f Large Entry list insures Good trotting ! Spirited Running Races Each Day! Free Stage Shows Aeroplane Exhibitions BIG TUESDAY BALL GAME . Burlington Vs. St. Johnsbury Sure to be a corker of a game! You'll mis it if you fail to come i 0. M. Waterman, Sec i v.