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THE, BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE," VT.. MONDAY,' , SEPTEMBER 18, 1922.
y if i ViMi . I mmm sssgj CHELSEA For every penny of its sell-, iner price, - WHITE House Coffee gives .fullest meas ure of pleasure and satisfac tion. Just TRY IT. CABOT The annual "missionary tea" given the ladies of the Congregational ureh will be held next Wednesday ternoon at 2 o'clock in the vestry of e eiiuren. it is nopea every inem- r will be present and brinj; one th them. There will be election of icers tor this society and tor the i-iable society. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. VValbridee were siness visitors in Burlington Tues- The next regular meeting of the oman club will be neld in tne club bms Tuesday. . Work for the (Tirist Ls sale will be commenced, and club' mbers" are requested to brinjf ma in! for holders. It i planned now hold the Kale Rome time during the ond week in December. . - Miss ends Mr. and Ksther Wells is visiting with in Rutland. Mrs. T. J. Orne and son, rlton, and K. J. Rogers and family sited in Montgomery Center, Knos rg Falls and St. Albans the first of r week. JRev. Irons of East Hard wick will lduct services in the Congregational irch Sunday. Special music, for this -vice will lie rendered rv Air. ana s. Dennis Lawson of W oodluiry. Mrs. Paul Hopkins. of Manchester is nding pome time with her parents, . mid Mrs. G. J. Hawes. abot cenior-junior high school baa rned the new veaf with almost an irely new corps of teachers, and h the largest enrollment for some hrs. At present mere are at tending the high school, 2!) the inter mediate grade and 3a in the primary room. Rev. F. L. Stacey is attending the Congregational convocation in Middle Imry this week. L. C. Lance has left on a visit to Northfield and Stowe. His son, How ard, has returned to Springfield, Mass., and his daughter, Madge, is teaching in the high school at Thetford. The Farrington block, so-called, re cently purchased by K. A. Merritt and Charles Crane, is undergoing exten sive repairs, and will be a great im provement to the village. The lower floor will be devoted to an automo bile show room, and sale of auto ac cessories. The upstairs tenement will j be entirely remodeled and renovated i and occupied by the family of T. J. Orne as soon as completed. Miss Olive Smith returned this week to her studies at Xaseon institute in Maine. Are You Incorporated; If not, you ought to be. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual). S. S. Ballard, general agent, 45 State street, Montpelier, G. J. Scager, local agent. 1 Practical Religion. "So you still keep in touch with Alice. Is she interested in theosophy as she used to be!" "No; she married a poor man and is now studying dishpanthesim." Bos ton Transcript. Valley Dog River Fair Northfield, September 19, 20, 21 Bigger and Better Than Ever. Races, Aeroplane, Stock Show, Boys and Girls' Depart ment, Big Midway, Free Vaudeville I SEPT. 19. Auto Races and Running Races fo Horses: SEPT. 20 Three Trots, 2:13,2:23, 2:30. SEPT. 21 Three Trots: 2:18, 2:2b, 2:40 and Horse Running Race. Each day Special Aeroplane carrying passengers. Elg Stock Show. F.oys and Girls' Department, Conducted by the Agricultural Extension Service. Big Midway and Free Vaudeville. Charles S. O'Neal of .Lowell, Mass., one of the proprietors- of the Orange County Bobbin corporation, was in town few days last week on biiKiness connected with the plunt. Frank K. Bixby, who had been- suf fering from blood poisoning for a few davs went last Tuesday to the sanato rium at Rrtndolp'h for treatment and all reports since that time trom the sanatorium are favorable for his re covery. The two little girls of Leon H. Reed have been legally adopted, the older one, Klla, by Mr. and Mrs. Will Fol nom of Tu'nbiidge and the younger one, Hazel, by Mr. and Mrs. Krncst L. Bate of Timbridge. , Dr. Cecil ' Rogers of New York City, Dr. William Rogers of Morristown, X. J., and their mother, Madam Julia Rogers, of Lowell, Mass., have returned to the respective homes, after having ppeiit about two months in Chelsea, where they have been guests at the inn. Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Hill have sold their home farm on the West Cor inth road to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Hill, who have been carrying on the Richard Kennedy farm during the past year, and possession will be given some time in October. Archie F. Sanborn has recently pur chased a new Gardner automobile through Ben A. ,Goodrich, the local agent. Harmon McKeel and wife, who have occupied the Leslie A. Bragg farm in the south port of " Washington, will soon move to the Alma Davis farm on the Vcrhire road.- .Ruth, Don and Ted Lord, who had been spending the summer at the home of their aunt, Mrs. .folyi P. Davis, have returned to their home in Brooklyn, X. Y. x" . Mr. and Mrs. Hiram H. Bickford, who had been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sprague, have returned to their home in Elmira. N. Y., and were accompanied bv Mr. Bickford'i mother. Madam C. M. Bickford, who will spend the winter there. Among our young people who have recently K'ft for further school study arc, Reginald L. Hill to the medical de partment of the University of Vermont where he will take up the work of bit senior year: Charles D. Burgess to Norwich university to enter the fresh man class; Howard alker to Kan dolph Center to enter the State Airri cultural school; Lyle M. Baraw, Hope Morey and Alice Bowin to Montpelier seminary' to take the teacher-training course. R. Browning Wilson of Red Bank, N. J., who had been the guest of his uncle, Judge Stanley C. Wiison, also left last week for Northfield to enter the freshman class at Norwich univer sity. A son wac recently born to Mr. and Mrs. L. HinHey Sargent. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Corwin o Hoston were in town last week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Cor win. Rev. Pcrcival Hewitt ha returned : from Clareniont, N. H., where he had j been taking chiropractic treatment for j sciatic rheumatism and feels that he is i much improved thereby and hope to be able to resume his pastoral work in j the near future. " ! Ralph, son of Marshall Carpenter, i ha gone to Albany, N. Y., to take a business course at the Albany Business college and Miss Zilla Densmore ha" gone to Keene, N. II.. to take a course in the Normal school at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Dickey and sister, Miss Clara Dickey, who" have been i-pending several weeks with rel atives in town, have returned to their home in Lowell,' Mas. Rev. Otis F. Rockwood was in Mid- dlebury last week 'Tuesday, where he attended a conference of Congregation 1 minisltera. Harold C. West spent last week in town visiting friends, after having com pleted ins summer engagement as ad vance agent for the Redpath chautau- ?ua, and will leave at an early date or Madison, N. .1.. to resume his stud ies at the Frew Theological seminary. D. D. G. M. Louis S. Brigham of Randolph mad his official visit to George Washington lodge, No. .11, F. A. M., last Thursday evening when the work of the E. A. degree was exem plified. Harry R. Wishart of Winooski spent last week in town with his wife and daughter at the home of Mrs. Gra.-e Bixby. , Among our, young ladies who left TANLAG DEMAND IS GREATER THAN EVER IN HISTORY RAISDQLPH CJareme Oslia of Burlington had a slight auto accident on Sunday when coming through Northfield gulf. " Mr. Osha came around a turn and found an auto a,nl team standing and the oc cupants talking, and in his-' effort to stop very quickly ts car went over onto its side, damagb.g the same some what and alo hurting his ankle In the overturn. The. cur was righted and ram to the garage on its own power, but was cons-idcralilyl damaged. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. At wood who have been here for a few days, left on Satur day for Washington, I) C, where Mr. At wood haa t position in) the' Senate office building as capital police.,- This i! I n i 'i n- - - n i position was eiuieu , uirougu me HC1V r-naorsea Uy meSl fUrtev of Senators Page and Dilling- ham. ; - ..; , -. , . Mr. and Mrs. 'Albert .-.Spooner and daughter, Miss Ruth Spooner, and Mr. and Mrs. (iordon La Bounty went to Springfield, Mass., oh Sufiday where they will pa,ss several day andattend the" exposition that it held there. . Mrfand Mrs. Charles Spooner and sin ntrlitor- -uflor two wapL-h' sfMV her with Mr anil Mrs." Albert Snooner. left Saturday for their borne in South iioe- Modern Plants Have In--cr eased Capacity of 62,210 Bottles a Day But Makers Are Still Behind Orders Medicine Pub- People Everywhere BETHEL ' During the first seven months of this year 3,5S4,(MM) bottles of Tanlae have been sold and a new world record for a proprietary medicine is established.. More than 30,0m000 bottles have been sold during the eight years Tan lae hasp been before the public, and to fm say that it is the large selling medi- Mu Sora RpauMing of Richmond cine ot its kinit rtoes not begin to telin-me on Saturday for a short stay the story. No other preparation has i with Miss Mae Ladue and in hcafter ever approached the demand enjoyed!"""" by Tanlae, and it, is expected that the ' 8t.noot they lwth went to Hartford they will teach in the graded at that place for .the coming sales this year alone will be more than yea. ten million bottles. ' j fr, Bn(j Mrs J). C. ' Woodward went Workinc dilisentlv at full canacitv to Royalton Saturday to attend the the three modern laboratories at TJay- funeral of the late William Xkinner, who has been ill for several weeks. Mr Skinner was a successful business very well known in this ton, O., Walkeryille, Canada, and Mexi co City are still behind w ith orders,! man and in spite of the fact that the combined t vicinity. output has been increawd to (1-2,240 bot-j Mrs. f. A. Osha, who 1s very ill, re tles a dav.' While the laboratories are niains about the same with little or no improvement. A. K. (roodwin, manager of the Lnu i (Mass.) Last Block company, and Hen- ry Currier of Ncwburyport, MaBs., were . guc-'t at J. s. Davis over luesday night. Mrs. Ora Jcssamon of Gaysvflle lately visited at the Davis home. The teacher-training class, which has made a very good beginning with Miss Bessie Craves as teacher, will be aug mented next week by three young la dies,, who intended to-take the eourt at Randolph where a class has, been maintained several year. The class now has beendiscontinued, only three per sons having presented themselves out of eight who had signed the applica tion for a . cla. Classes at Chelsea and White RfVer Junction also were discontinued this year, leaving the "Bethel cla ' the only , one in this section of the state. Former Bethel residents in and near Brattlcboro had narrow escapes recent ly. Mrs. R, A. Tudor was ready to step into an airplane at the dedication of a flying field when a "remark from a by stander cauwd her to desist.-A few moments later the plane wa caught in the Mmb of a tree and the pilot and two passengers were burned to death. Truman Jv Mead and his son, Vernon Mead, were driving their horse through a Held when the horse came into con tact with a highly charged electric wire which had fallen from a. pole nearby and died instantly. One of the men might have been the victim if either had preceded the horse., ; C' Pearl Piercers in Marlboro, Mass., investigating an offer to take charge of a farm. . ' Always Delicious Always Refreshing 237 23 .X Sold in sealed aluminum pacKeta only , NeverinBulK. BCACK-GREEN-MIXED .sissssmasi H287 striving for quantity production this endeavor is still secondary to the determination to make no sacrifice whatever that will endanger the high quality of the medicine. Tan lac V wide-spread and ever-increasing popularity ia the strongest possible proof of its unquestioned mer it, Xo product, no matter how exten sively advertised, could continue to es tablish world records 'for sales year after year if it did not produce actual and positive results. ' Tanlae is composed of the most lien-! rficial roots, herbs and barks known; to medical science. The formula i eth ical and conforms to all pure food and drug laws and although Tanlac's supe riority is abundantly supported by lead ing authorities it ia the people them selves ho have made Tanlae what it is. Millions upon millions have used it and have told other millions what 't has done, while thousands of Ihe best people in every community have given public statements of the great benefit" they have received by taking it. Tanlae is sold by all good druggists.! adv. The ladies of the Baptist church held their harvest supper on Saturday and realized about $40 from 'the same. There w ill be a church rally on Wednesday evening at the Metlxxlist church when there will be several speaker from out of town . and Distrilt Superintendent Davenport will also be present. , Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cheney were in town on Shndav. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cheney.' . Rev. R. JL Moore was in Montpelier Saturday to attend the meeting of the Alumni association at the Methodist seminary. Mr. Moore was one of the speakers on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Harvev of Rochester visited Mrs, Nettie Rix on Sunday, for a fhort time. EAST WOODBURY WILLIAMSTOWX -r- Are You the Man Who 4 4 Never Reads Advertisements ?" Some men, who are neither blind nor illiterate, claim sincerely that they "never read advertse ments." Yet, if you could investigate. In each case you would rind that the man who "never reads ad vertisements" used an adver tised tooth paste or shaving cream or soap. If he own3 an au tomobile it will be an advertised car. If you ask his opinon of any automobile he will reply in words that might have been lifted bod ily from an advertisement of that automobile. Advertising' has formed his opinions to a great degree. He may have received bis informa tion through others who ob tained their knowledge from ad vertising. But it is a fact that no man can escape the effects of advertising-even if he does say he "never reads advertisements.,, Not one of us ever reasoned out entirely from his own mind that the earth is round. If we had not read, it or heard it we would never have known it. In these days of good, truthful, helpfid advertising to say "I never read advertisements" is merely your war of faying, "I don't read all advertisements. Pnblkfced by The Barre Daily Times, hi co-operation with Hie America Association f Adlrertirine At encies. town lart week to take up teaching elsewhere were Mis Marion Campbell at North Thetford; Mrs. Hat tie Ran- nisfer at Royalton; Miss Hazel Darling at. Norwich: Miss hunice Moulton rU Roxbury; Misses Amber and Zilla Cole at Chittenden: Mis Verna Moulton at Corinth and Miss Florence froodwin at Fart Montpelier. Rev. and Mrs. .1. F. Owens, for merly of Kast Corinth, now living in Ctica. N". V., were recent guests of Miss Emma L. Darling. Work on the new booth which i be ing installed in the town hall U pro gressing as rapidly as possible and it in expected that it will be ready for' use on Wednesday evening, Sept. 20. , Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. Hunt have recently moved from the farm they re-1 cently sold to the dwelling house owned by Mrs. Martha E. Hunt on North Main street recently vacated by her. Miss Mildred Densmore, who has been visiting friends and relatives here, re turned lt week to her home in Con cord, X. H. The cement foundation for the new ten-ton scale which Henry F. (Jates is soon to install is well under con struction, the work being in charge of F. C. Southworth of South Royalton. Judge George I. Stow was in Wash ington and Williamstown Friday anil Saturday to hold sessions of the pro bate court.. State's Attorney Millward C. Taft was in Whit River Junction Friday n ollicisl business. ,mong those from out of ton who were here on business Friday was John S. Harding of Vershire. Heard in London. "Xo. ma'rm, no oysters. W only "as ovstcr when there s a R in the month." I!otin Transcript. "At the annual March meeting it was voted to instruct all persons author lr.ed by law to draw orders on th town treasurer to report to the se lectmen on or before the fifth day of every month, the amount of all orders drawn by them for the previous month. The overseer of th poor is the only person to comply with this vote since May. Why? . '. Fred Enm of Way Mills, T Q., who at one time lived in town and worked on the farm for C.enrge W. I.vnde and V. Ct. Savery, called on friends here lat week. Hon. Oeorge L. Stow of Chelsea, judc of probate for the Randolph dis trict,, was in town last Friday on offi cial business. Mrs. Fannie M. Stewart and Mrs. Clara Nelson have been taying with friends in Montelier fur the past few days, Arthur Stone, W. II. S.f 21, and who took Kst -graduate work her last year, i to enter the U. V. M. at fturllngton this fall. William (Taffy is the only mem her of the Boston Novelty orchestra now remaining with the Nellie (Jill Play ers, Miss facker having gone to her home in Marshficld about, a week ago. M iss !ohel Kynoch of the local or chestra played with Mr. Clsffey on the occasion of their last appearance here, which was as usual to a capacity hons-e. Barre, f Jraniteville, East Bar--e. Brook field and Chelsea were well rep resented in th audience, and many rcmain'd to enjoy the dance after th play. Mis ElUaltcth N'eilson of Fitehhurg, Mass.. i now a member of the fac ulty of the high school, and will have clashes in domestic science, French and Latin. Rev. Warren P. Waldo of Peachsm visited his parents last week. C. I. Harvey returned he first of the week from a visit to friends in Phila delphia, also- Middletown, Conn., ami lirookfleld, Mas. Miss Helen Harvey returned to her School at Montpelier seminary, Mon day. " ... '-. Herbert Chittenden and family re turned last week to their home in Bog- ton. ,' ' C. D. Farr was a business visitor in Hardwick recently. , Mr and Mrs. W. C. Felix have moved to one of E. R Fletchers houses near the quarry. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boucher of Frank lin, X. H.. are visiting Mr. Bouch er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bouch- Not A Blemiah tnsrs the perfect appearance el her complexion. Permanent and temporary kn trouble ere ef fecttvely conceale Kcduce unnatural color and corrects re ikJrw. Highly antiseptic Send I Sc. tor Trial Sua la FTRD.T. HOPKINS eV SON. NewYark, YOUR WANTS WILL NOT CEASE but vour eamintr power will, the only safe way is save while you cam. . With advancing years wants increase rather than diminish. Hardships and privations that are easy to bear In youth weigh heavily in later years. The time to save is while you are earning and yet. so many young fel lows ssy: "I'm earning good money, my jot is secure, why worry!" But sickness is no respecter of jobs or per sons; economic conditions throw thou ssnds out of jobs over night. SAVE WHILE YOr EARN is th only safe rule for th young man and the older man. N. ' Then, too. there is a lot of fun in see ing the balance in your savings pass book grow. Some people set a goal to wards which they strive, then when they rcsch that goal they set it a little higher and keep on striving. It's good fun. Why not apply this principle to vour account in the Montpelier Savings Ilsnk and Trust company, Montpelier, Vermont, and see how much you can ave before Jan. 1 T Theatre v - Darre.Vt TO-DAY ONLY WILLIAM COLLIER in the Comedy Drama "THE SERVANT QUESTION A Laugh a Minute With America's Greatest Comedian. Sliown at 2:50, 7:25, 9;10. ' Also . "OFF HIS BEAT" ' Comedy.' " Shown at 2:30, 7:00. ..''.' And ' -;;- . . THE LATEST NEWS WEEKLY Shown at 2:18, 6:45. To-day, To-morrow and Wednesday STYLES FASHIONS : '- ' in ' ' ' The Biggest and Best FASHION SHOW ' Ever Held in Vermont ' Shown at 8:30. " TO-MORROW ONLY Here's vivacious Betty in her greatest picture since "The Mir acle Man." A love drama of the exotic South Seas. With the most spectacular ship wreck ever filmed. John Bowers and Richard Dix in the cast Also . "The Piper" Comedy. Our Show Starts Daily: Matinee 2:15, Evening 8:45. Our Musioil Feature: Mr. L. W. Howe . at the Organ and Piano. Matinee prices, Children 10c, Adults 17e Evening prices Children 15c, adults 22c Tax Paid. Which Never Change. Acted as a Soporifip. "Are v sleepin". Jack?' saiifSamN to his bedfel'ow "Nae." replied "Will v lend co?" "A'm sleepin' noo, ton Transcript. Jock. me 5 wun to buy a said Joik. Hoc- Ail Roads Lead to r ashingtois Fair September 28, 29, 30 GOOD RACES COME AND SEE THE NOVELTY RACE A new grand stand has been erected and there is none better in the state. Seating capacity for all who may wish to see the races. Other im provements are being made. WATCH THIS SPACE Keep the Little Ones Varm and Cozy L During the cool fall days and early winter evenings with an Electric Portable Room Heater You 'vill not need to burn a pound of anthracite coal until after November first. The clean varmth of the SUNBO WL, placed just where it is needed, will take the chill off, and help you to save what coal you have for real winter weather. ELECTRIC HEATERS TRICED FROM $7.50 UPWARD. Convenient Terms Arranged If Desired. Inexpensive Efficient Economical Attaches quickly to any wall plujr or lamp socket. , . Easily carried about by convenient handle. Its warming: glow will make the whole family forget to worry about the empty or near-empty coal bin. . Tlace your order for one of these handy Electric Room Heaters tiow. andvbe prepared against the coal shortage. , Telephone Montpelier 324 or Barre 216-R. j i Montpelier & Barre Light & Power Co. ! Ik