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THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER ,10, 1922; Spoonful for a Penny ' Brings Quick Relief Prse splendid laxative proaertk' el Dr. C!dwP Syrup Pepia hj test A SCIENTIFIC test has now xV. proven what Dr. Caldwell of Monticello asserted many years bro, that constipation, will slow you up fully 25 per ent. The . ....... .1 i... pw"- "v Dr. Donaldson of y Loma Linda up- ma prime oi me who deliberately went without a bowel movement t r j . w jur tour uavB. J Within 48 hours - ji . , i i coated tongue and foul breath, cankers in the mouth, no appetite, restless sleep, indigestion, headache, depression, nervousness, cramps..' The blood pressure was up 28 per cent. It is just this that Dr. Caldwell has preached to his patients in pri vate and to the public through t the printed word ever since he began the practice of his specialty, diseases of the stomach and bowels, back in 1875. . After observing for years the satisfactory effect of. his pre scription for constipation, he placed it in drug stores in 1 892, a simple vegetable compound of Egyptian senna and pepsin with pleasant-tasting aromatics, now ANY FAMILY MAY TRY IT FREE Thousand of parent are asking Ovmnelves, "Where can I find a trusi tearthy laxative that anyone in the family can use when constipated?" I urae vnn to try Syrup Pepsin. I will gladly prmide a liberal free sample Mile, sufficient for an adequate test. Write we vhere la send it. Address be, W. H. Caldwell, 5i Washington St., Monticello, Illinois, bo U now! 9 1 known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. That was 30 years ago, and today over 10 million bottles are bought annually, the largest selling family laxative in the world. You will find it in any drug store you enter, a generous size bottle costing you less than a cent a dose. Every member of the family from the infants to the grand parents can use it with safety. It is gentle and miM. The form ula is on the package. Mrs. Roy Cook of Belief on taino, O., has been giving it to her 5-months old baby, who now weighs 19 pounds; and Mr. J. B. Dawson' of Brinson, Ga., declares it the best laxative his family bas ever found. Try a leaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for constipation or any of its symn- , loins. The results will delight you. Aid the cost is only one cent a dose. N0RTHFIELD Children Ciy far Fletcher's' Death of Mrs. Eugene Duquett , Fol lowing Operation. Mrs. Eugene Duquett died Sunday forenoon at Fanny Allen ; hospital, Burlington, She was taken seriously ill Friday and. taken to the hospital, where she underwent h serious surgi cal operation. John Holland went to Burlington and brought tlie remains to John MeCormick's undertaking par lors, and later they were taken to the home of the deceased, on Pleasant ntrcet. Funeral services will he held Wednesday morning at fl o'clock from St. John's' 'church, with burial in Cal vary cemetery. Rev. J. A. Lynch will officiate. , - "'," Mrs. Duquette was born in Kew Votk state 35 year ago, her maiden name beine Lucia. She was united in marriage with Eugene Duquette 12 years ago. Aside from her husband, the deceased is survived hv four chil dren, Clarcy, Leaward, Lillian atid Herbert, also one brother, Villa Lucia, and. three sisters, Kmma, Minnie and Eva. - The sympathy of the community is extended to the family in their, sua den ' bereavement, especially to the young children in the loss of a mother. CONSTIPATION OFTEN POISONS SYSTEM Mrs. Boyce Tells Her Experience. Ml) mm The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa ture of Clias. II. Fletcher ou tho wrapper lor over 30 years just to protect the coming1 generations. Do not be deceived. All Counterfeits, Imitations and , "Jtist-as-good" are but experiments that endanger the , health of Children Experience against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby with a s remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTOR I A Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare Sforic, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. For more than thirty years it has been in constant uhc for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the as similation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's .Friend, Miss Delia J. Gowdy, who- has been spending the past month in East Rox- bury, at the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George W ardner, returned to the home of Mr. M. M. Curtis on Monday. John Thompson of Chicago, III., ar rived in town Monday morning to spend a week at the home of his tin cler James Aiken, on School street. John M,. Fhnn, who has beer spend ing a week in town with his sister, Mrs. (ieorge riiilip, returned Saturday to Albany, N. Y. . Henry Wheeler has completed his duties for his father, N. A. Wheeler, in the Xorthfleld pharmacy, and with hi wife, left Sunday night for Bakers field, where thev will spend a couple weeks. They will join a party and go from Bakersfield bv automobile to Florida, where." they will spend the winter. , . - Mrs. I. A. Foster, son, Ernest, and daughter, Helen, of Stowe were guests at Mss. John Croney's Saturday. Mrs. Mary Foter,' who has been spending some weVks in Stone, returned with them and will sptml the winter in Xorthfleld, with hfr daughter, Mrs. C'roncy. The. majority of , -people suffer from constipation which poisons the. whole system and causes coated tongues, had headaches, foul breath and actual ill ness in children often results in high fever and worm trouble. These conditions may be quickly re lieved bv Dr. True's Elixir, the liu Family Laxative and Worm Expcllcr, that has worked wonders tor me women and children since 18.) I. " have crest- faith in v'our Dr. True Elixir. I give it to my boy, it, is doin him much good and I would riot without a bottle for anything." Mr Joseph Boyce. (Trafey Station, Is. B ou know the symptoms ot enron constipation: Sour stomach, belching, offensive breath, heavy dull eyes, eon stant headaches, and general out-of sorts, grouchy feeling. Let Dr. -True'i Elixir heH ?' 40e 0e $1.20.-dv Miss ALICE D. GOODMAN. be STOWE There was a large attendance at th regular, meeting of the H. H. Smith Woman s Belief corps Saturday after noon. Mate inspector Vrs. Bertha Ma comber of St. Juhnsbitry was1 jpresen and complimented the coins on its eiit cient work,. Mrs. Laura ..Robinson gave a recitation and Mrs. Bctilah Foster gave a reading. , A picnic supper wa served. Mrs. Maeomber was a week-cud guest of the president, Mrs. M. C. Tink liatn. : . '"'..', A family gatherings at the home i .Mr. and Mrs. J. r Camnnell Sunday ,n honor of the 18th birthday of thei daughter, Vivian, inelmteit their n Fred Campbell, and family of Morris ville, daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Baker and daughter, Leitba Louisa, and Mr, and Mrs. Frank Medlar and son of Burlington. , Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Doria and daughters, Ella and Gladys, and son Iavid, of Chateaugay, X. V.. and Mrs Robert MKiibbon of Westville, X. V were visitors over Sunday at A." J Mc(!ibbon. Misses Pearl Taylor. Marjorie Foster Morten Maokett and (iertrude t lark who . are taking teachers training course in Morrisville, aiespeiidiug the week in Stowe for observation in the Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Dvke have re- schools. Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years THE CINTAUS COMPANY, NIW VOHK CITY. v v Te CM String Beans 7 he easy Lorain way , String, sad gnKle. Put In choeae doth ba and old fram S to 10 minute i a boil- i ing water. CoW-Jip. Pack irhote. tottintli from top erf jar. Add boiling water, and 1 Umiinon a< tfor quart jarV Adiuat raided rubber, put iarala avaa. Se Lo me, regulator at 254 deg. fat 1 hour. Vbaa dock ring, ra- andataltichtlr- How to keep cool while canning prvl ri NEEO arrr longer tp atrr for weary hours In th hot kitchen to watch steam ing kettle. Any woman who cooks with gas can do her can ning with far lesa time and work! Thousand ef women praiae this Lorain ovea method. With a Ixrain-equrpped gas range, all canning is very atrnpat awTeagy, a youll see from th abova recipe. Ym dont have to stay In the kitchen, after preparing, tba vegetable or fruit and put ting the jars in the ovent While Lorain watches the canning you are free to do other things. You will find, too, that fruits and vegetables done the Lorain way keep their firm nesa, color, and fresh-from-the-garden taste perfectly. There are many advantages of oven canning by measured time and temperature. Let us demon strate them to you now, and give you the free illustrated booklet "Lorain Oven Can ning." The Lorain Oren Heat Regulator ia an attarhmrnt of ga range avert. It automatic lly karp your oren t any of 4 different temperature. Simply aet the "red wheel for any beat you want. Change ia gas preaeurc, etc, do not 9ect the oven tcraparatura. .a II, V 1 X ! )rfc Wi I 140 No. OVEN HEAT REGULATOR The main front , ton. and base are unbreakable bmnne mad of "Angle ma" (drawn and ten, pared atari. AB enameled aheet , aoeta! rrt arc of enamet tna iroa. Keltabie Angltroa range an built to Atii Oa AeaiciatioB au nVa' am. Yaa wiU like tnear noocra feartarea, and amooth. aaaily cJraned aorfaca. RELIABLE 5 BARRE GAS CO., 3Iain St, Barre, Vt, K a:TlT3 aa.a'ala-:J turned frVmi Boston, where they have been spending the past week. State's Attorney Charles B. Adams wife and two" children- and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams, were Sun day visitors at thebome of Mrs. M. M. vurtis, on t.ros ureei. flinrles MaeAdams wus in Barre over Sunday, visiting ' his aunt, Mrs (ireorson. Mr. snd Mrs. Scott 1). Welch of Montpclier were in town over Sunday, visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. limothy Ueleli. Mrs. Mary Rice of Milwaukee, Wis., is a pitest of Miss Minnie Hurley at .the home of Miss Ann Riley on School street. - Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Field and Mr and Mrs. Gleason ofj Shrewsbury, Mass., have been visiting in town the past week guests at the home (if Mr. and Mr. V. h. Field. Mr. Field is the son of the lste Moses Field, and a former resident of forthfield. The young ladies of the Xorthfleld hijrh school, assisted by the teachers. served a harvest supper in guild hall Saturday evening, winch was attended by a large crovgil. After a delicious supper was served dancing was en joyed until midnight. Music was fur nished bv a three piece orchestra from Korwieh university. Around $K0 was netted for tho benefit of the girl' basketball team of the high school. The funeral of John Bussiere was held Friday morning from his home at Xorthfleld Falls, and the services from St. John's Catholic church, Rev. J. A. Lynch officiating. Interment was in Calvary cemetery. The bearers were Joseph Willett. Boy Williams, Carroll Holland, Frank Provost. Omah Bouchsd ' and F'liner Steven. The members of Abraham Lincoln, Charolic Order wlf Foresters, atfFnded tha fu neral in a bndr. RAXDOLPH Rev. and Mrs. 0. O. Howe hae closed their house on Highland ave nue and Mondav started for Florida, where they will pass the winter at their PcLand home. They leave here much earlier tkis year, to prepare their house, the lower part of which tliey have rented to Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Rich ardson of -this place, who leave here about thp first of November. Rev. snd Mrs. Howe will occupy the upper part of their house themselves. Sev eral more lcae for Florida this week. among whom are Mr. am) Mrs. J. F. Tewksbury and Mr. and Mrs. John Hulbuft. w ho will make' the trip by automobile. It is intimated that there are nine or ten residences toTle closed on the Highland this winter and, the owners will pass the time in Florida. Mrs. O. II. Roger of Braintree was in town on Monday on a business trip. Bculah chapter will hold its , regu lar meeting on Thursday evening of this week, when there will be candi dates received.' A supjier precede the meeting, snd all are invited to he present. This week this chapter h paid her contribution of $70(1 to the grand chapter for the. furnishing of the hsstem Star home, and all set tlement with the iirand chapter ha been made, thtm meeting the pledge made before the purchase. The pres ent occupant of the home will leave here about the firt of Xovemlier for Lakeland, Fla.. to pass the winter, aft er which, thev expect to tn to Califor nia for a everal months" tr. Mr. O. X. Kelton snd her dauchter. Mis Halle Kelton of M. Albans, were the gnets of Mrs. Lemuel Richmond and daughter. Mis Winifred Rich mond," over Sundsv. All the memliers of the party who were in the auto of Dr. Holden at the time of its accident are improving, and able to he out and no serious damage is the result evept to the car. Kolwrt Mini of Xorthfleld beran work for the W. E. Iji m-nn eompany for two weeks on Mondav morning and msy remain permanently. Tem porarily he snd his family are passing the time with Mrs. X'ettie Rii fieorge M. Towns and daughter,- Miss Agnes lowne. Misses Ksthrvn Kecor. Arlie Wright andiMaiine ltoardman of Burlington . passed the " et k end w ith relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. MeCucn of Wa teibnry spent Monday at the McCuen home. The Busy Bees w ill meet w ith Mr I). E. Adams Thursday afternoon. A large attendance is desired. Mrs. Mue Higgin, who hss visited Mrs. W, P. "Bangle since her return from Sugar Hill, X. IL, has returned to Boston. F'red Child of Mount Vernon, X. Y, is visiting at J. A. Foster's. Frank Russell ha purchased the old "(iale'' place near S. C. Adam'. Imme diate possession is given. Francis St. IVter has moved bis fam ily into 8 C. Adams house, near his farm and will be employed by Mr. Ai- am. Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Bedell hare moved from t lie .Moody house in Ne braska to Xorth Duxbury. ' Mrs. Mary F'oster, who has been spending the summer at the home of her on, Bert roster, sun other reia fives, has gone to Xorthfleld, where she plans to spend the winter. Charles Houston, who Lroke hi ankle while, at Work on Coltona brook last week, was taken to the Mary Fletcher hospital. ' The infant daughter of Mr. and Mr. V. R. Chamberlain has tiecn named l'auliue, and of Mr. and Mrs. P. IJ. Ad ams, Evelyn. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pike snd daugh ter, Kathryn. Mrs. M. C. Tinkham and puesf. 'Mrs. Bettha Maeomber of St Johnsburv, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Col ins and fVmilv visited at E. W. Tina mm' iu Hard wick Sunday. E. C. Sleeper of Burlington psed the week end with his daughter, Mr. Clitus lomlmsoa. Mr. and Mr. D. F. Smith and son and the Misses Carolyn Pike and Martha Raynio motored Sunday to Bethel. b ' ,jv.m .ttai.a-.-:-. EAST CALAIS AryOU A VuFFEREg ? Younj; Women and Those of Middle Age Should" Learn From This What la Best for Them. . Irona,' X. Y. -"It is with pleasure that I acknowledge the good I have de-'j rived from the use of Pr. Pierce s medi cines. I suffered terribly from pains, especially in my right r.Jde, I heard of Pr. Pierce's medicines, and took a few bottle each of the Favorite Prescrip tion and the Golden Medical Discovery, also a few vials of the Pleasant Pellets and I feel no more pain am entirely cured. -Miss" Alice P. (foodman, Box ia. If you suffer, voi sh-juld go at once to vour neighborhood drug store and obtain this prescription of Dr. Pierce's, in tablets or liquid. Write for free med ical advice, or send 10-rents for trial package of tablets to Dr. Pien-e's In valjds Hotel in Buffalo, X. Y. ;dv. Entertainment and Sale by Woman's Club Success in Every Way. I he ciitertuinment and sale given hv the Calais Woman s club, on Friday was very largely attended. "The Old Fashioned School,"-presented' by tin grown-ups, afforded a great deal o' amusement, and the "Mother Goose,' presented bv the primary, school, wa much enjoyed, us all tho plays given by them are. Aliout was cleared which h to be used for child welfuri work. ' , . Mr. . and Mrs, J, Albert, CavanaugJ of New A'ork were visitors at Gu Bancroft's ths last of the week, Mrs. Lillian Kelley is (juite sick... M. P. Hawkins and w'ife attended the fair in Junbridge. W. G. Eastman, Dean Brown, Clyde Haskins: and Mrs. Etta liurnham at tended the. Tunbridge fair one day last week. " Miss Ruth Brown was in Hardwick Saturday to join the Woman's Relief corps. V The Woman's club was entertained on Saturday bv Mrs. C. E. Bliss and Miss Sylvia Bliss,.' a very pleasant meeting being held. The next meet ing will le at Mr. Dan McLean's in two weeks. ' Mrs. A. Q Jones "of Barre was in town Friday to attend the entertain ment given by the Woman's club. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Coates of Barre were in town the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bancroft visited in Worcester Sunday. One of the best entertainments giv en by' the Woman's club will be held in L'nion church next- Saturday eve- ning, Oct. 14, when Prof. Peach from; Norwich university will entertain J from James Whitcomb Riley's poems. Xo one should miss this. Tickets are on sale all this week at F. E. Marsh's or from any club member. Mr. and Mrs. 'I. W. Gray were in Montpelier and Barre Friday. Miss Ethel Smith was a recent busi ness visitor in Barre. Mr. and Mrs. R.' C. Goodall attended the Pomona in East Montpelier Satur-diiv. Walter Dutton of Hardwick was in town Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Cobiirn of East Montpelier w-ere at Fv E. .Brown's on Sunday. - Mr. , and Mrs. Earle Leonard were in Montpelier the hist of " the week. Misses Helen and Irene Peck of Montpelier visited their parents, M"- and Mrs. W. TV Peck on Sunday. Several of the young folks from here spent the week end at Joe's pond. NORTH. RANDOLPH If. W. Downing and family of Barre spent the week end at C. E. Taft's. Albert Ashline of Randolph was at his home here for the week end. Mrs. Kelly" has been spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. George Knowles, in East Roxburv. Belle Camp is one of the champion squash growers, the largest one weigh ing .)(( pounds. Mr. Henrv Sherman of Middletoivn, Conii., is visiting at Mrs. Cone's. Mrs. Orrin Carpenter and two chil dren of' Irasburg have been spending ten day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Durkee. Mr. Carpenter and Henry Durkee came Wednesday for the remainder of the week to attend he World's fair. ', have Mr. Oiampeny and family moved into tne tenement latrlv va- atod by Will Dickerman. Mr. Cham- peny has been working for P. J. Camp he past year. He will begin soon luiping wood for Ernest Halt. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taft entertained hree tables of 'V)(K)" Saturday eve ning. Last Tuesday evening, Mr, and Mrs. . A. Fletcher entertained the mala uartet snd their wives and several their neighbors. The grange will hol it annual fair next week with a danes Friday eve- ing, Oct. 20, and an entertainment Ssttirdsv evening, Oct. 21. There win various things for sale with an auction to clone. Look for poster. Mr. X. A. Bradeen of Wells Beach. Me., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Sargent. Y V- tf! V r-TAwj 4 I II - C J a mi 1 II ILXaL ik S A t.Kaar aw WJ aaf II I It ViW HATS and CAPS and you will be sure of Correct Style and utmost in wear. Soli by The Frank McWhorter Co. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Annual Columbus Day Concert and Ball Betty E. Brown, Soprano Miss Mary Lease, Pianist The Goddard Glee Club CarrolPs Orchestra for Dancing .... aaawwwaSBaaaaa.w City Hall, Montpclier, Vt, October 12 Concert, 8 to 9, 35c. - Dance, 9 to 1, $1.10 WEST BERLIN' WILLI AMSTOWJS Mr. F. A. Eaton, wbo hs been quite ill for several dy, is improving, and is aow able tt te out to ride. Chautsuqua program: Opening day rriday, lict. l.l, atternoon, series tec ture, cbsutauqua superintendent; eon rert, Xorth Atlantic; artists; junior Chautauqua. Nirjit. concert, Jorth At lantic artist: lecture, Julius Caessr Xayphe. "Oriental Pages nt." Second day, Saturday, afternoon, eries Iect'ire rhiiutsuqim superintendent; concert Margery Smith and the Festival Four; lumor Chautauqua. Night, concert Margery Smitlt and the Festival F'our; lecture. Hin. Charles H Tixde. '"Social Bedemptiiwi." Closing day, Monday junior chautauqua stunt party, one act play. M-rht. comedy drama, "Cappy Kuks. Season tickets, adult. Fl.;V; all svhnol children. 1. All sinalc admis sions. 7-ic. A suitable pnarmn v!l he arranged for Sunday, Oct. J ft. Secure ticket now, on sale by thi committee and at tnre. adv. , Mr. and Mr. II. A. Holt left town on the eighth in their cat for Spring field'. Mas.. where they will stay ev ersl day with their son, Ashton Holt, and fsnnly. Mr. Ittie L. Willey bas returned to Barre, listing finiahed lur en-jascrnent a hoiisekerper fr (laude tbsfW. The new firm, the Willi mstown Cranite crnpsnv. have Iwen hny for ome time filtine up the old P.-!ers stone slid to do buine. puttinjr .n new ruai binery snd connect ine m.t tor for power work, etc., and beysn work with a force of 10 to 12 men on Monday, thejiinih. More will I taken on a biiines incrcss". Part of tbeir pace is rented to smaller firm. Mi Ipha Hut liin4in. a tea, ber in Xorthfield. pnt the week, end with ncr sifter, Mr$. V. B. Savery, and family. R. L. Minnion. s-U;nt topo srphial engineer in the employ of the I'nited Stte geological survey, ha fini-hed woik in "n and g..rs" n Aver, M. The Miph c1a wiii moot wt'h Mr. Chsrie BIsnchsrd Wednesday evening. Mr. Mary Jane Ayers i still with her daughter in Woodsville. C. A. Patterson, in company with W. X. Patterson, was in St. Albans re cently. , Miss Corrie Ramsdall wa in Mont pelier Saturday ; also was Mr. and Mrs C. A. Patterson. John Coburn was 'quite ill last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Patterson from Bellows Falls were reoent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson. Mrs. V. B. Bailey ha been in poor health the past week. The ladies' aid will give their anniml chicken jiie supper and sale Thursday, Oct. Ill, in the parish house. B. S. (Jove was in Montpelier Sat urday. Mr. Weld snd fsmily, who bought the Ed. (ilynn place, have recently moved into tha same. Mr. Weld is somewhat afflicted with rheumatic trmblc. Mr. 'and Mrs. Wesley R. Ovitt and their two daughters from Enoshurg Fall motored to Boston recently, and on their way home called to see Mr. Abbie McAllister at the home of Corrie Strceter last week. . Mrs. flattie Gove and her daughter. Helen, from Montpelier called on Miss Coirie Sircrter last week. Mr. Alec England from XorthftelJ csJlcd on Miss Streeter lat seek. MARSHFIELD E. J. Rntter, optometrist, will be st George Bliss Thursday, Oct. 12. Call and have your eyes examined. adv. Sorry She Asked. He Before I married vou I never thought of saving. - - . Se And now! He Now I am always thinking whst a lot I couhl have saved If I hadn't married you. -Boston Transcript 'r- SOLO EVERYWHERE FC0.U.S.FAT.orK DAMNS O'vTDER Full strength until nsed 'I he special process of manufacture ia the reason. You use less DANCE BY THE BEST MIL'S BLUE BAND . , - Will Play for Dancing at Quarry Bank Hall Barre, Wednesday, Oct. 11 Dancing 8 till 1 a. m. j MR. TY. L. COBB, Comedian and Sintrer in an Exhibition " of the Frisco and Latest Dances. , Admission: Gents, 75c; Ladies, 50c Including War Tax BRADFORD Herbert F'renrh ha moved into the G. H. .Iciikin house on South Main street. Alliert Merrill lis finished work 'n the grit mill. Xelson Bowie is taking hi place. p W. I.. Gove' ha aold bi farm to F E. Bi. k.foid ( Sheflield. Mr. Emma Kenyon is lielpiu care for Mrs. Emma Saw-vr. Word lis been reivived of lie msr- riae of .losephine Hardy to Harry Wallace of Albany, X. II. Hsrrv Martin's sister. Mr. Anni Billiard, died last week at her home in Mancbester, X. H. Mr. P. G. McNsmara and Mr. Hen ry Staple were in Woodsville one day last week. Word ha been received of the dea'h of Bear Admiral Charles E. Clark t the home of hi daughter in California. W. S. Ke is on the j:ain. Msrri. d st Ith.a. N. Y., Oct. 2. Mi- Helen Cisrk and Mrs. an Brred Hart. Mr. and Mr. Harry Rnzs of r- ford. N. H-. spent Sunday wilb fr. and Mr. Wsrren Martin. XT fr mm fi (I Burns an 3 scaHs : fe MENTHOF.ATIIrVf r cools the pain and J s neais ine ciistcm Bebe Daniels. James Kirltwood Anna O. NiUiort Hsyrsood Mattty . ei-t mr . Another Super Special. Also "SOME CLASS" NEWS WEEKLY and The Sherlock Holmes "A Case of Identity" j Prices. Mats, 10c, 17c ! Eve, 17c. 22c. W ir 1 1 i s taatwi.ai'j akiiia n W A Lj lM'JllMHJ ; To Local Citizens ! It is your bounden duty It is your proud privilege It ia your big chance -It ia your real opportunity It is your absolute right It i your one need It ii your best interest TO SEE THIS V"hich we dedicate to the Police Forces of Barre and Montpelier. The picture that is sweeping the Nation like a hurricane. Special Morninjr Showing for the Police and City Officials of Montpelier and Barre, at 10 o'clock, to which they are cordially invited. Shown at the Park's Regular Prices. Mat. 2:15, 10, 17c Evening 6:43, 9 o'clock, 17c 22c PRIMARILY Gparamounl PICTURES tX4 2 I I f v r 1 .