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THE BAItUE DAILY TIMES, BA11RE, VT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922.
X NORTHFIELD Odd in Fellows District Meeting Northfield Monday. The annual district meeting of the Odd Fellow lodge of district num her seven wan held with Xorthfield lodge, No. 19, Monday evening, with over one hundred presents At six o'flook a delicious banquet was served by the ladies of Social Rebekah lodge. The meetine was opened at eight o'clock hv the officer of Xorthfield , lodge. The grand off leer were re ceived with honors, (irand Master Charles G. Staples of Brattleboro, and firand Secretary Frank W. .larksun of fiarre were among the officer pres ent. The address of welcome was given by V E. Bailey of Northfield lodge. F. B. Thomas of Vermont lodge, Mont pelier, responded for the district. Grand :Mater Charles G. Staples of AVantastiquet responded for the grand officers. The unwritten work of the order was rendered by Frank V. Jack son,, grand secretary, of Hiawatha lodge. Edward Connell of Xorthfield lode spoke informally, giving a most interesting talk. The reports of the lodges in the district were then given, . which showed greater' interest and ac tivity in all the lodges, and an in crease of membership in nearly all the lodges. '.A social hour was enjoyed and dur ing the time remarks were made by John H. Barry, district deputy grand master, Attorney Murdock Campbell, John jfobiis of Warren, Rev. W. C. Arnold, pastor of the local Methodist .church, and Rev. Mr." Brown of War ren. The meeting was a most success ful one, and enjoyed by all, The lodges in the district are Vermont, No. 2, Montpelier; Valley, No. 16, Waits field; Northfield, Xo. 19; Mentor, Xo. ,"!, Waterbury; Samaritan, Xo. 59, Richmond; and Mount Pleasant, Xo. 00, Warren. All the lodges were rep resented. S. W. Winrjt fi. C, Bates and C. K Wescott of Northfield lodge, were the members of the reception committee. MOW! Open Child's Bowels with "California Fig Syrup" WAlTSFlELD Joslin A Jofdin company are running their grist mill with electric power in stead of waterpower. J. M. Buzzell has bought an Essex automoble. ' Mrs. L. Xi Livingston returned Sun day from a few days-' stay in Mont pelier with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dunbar from North Fayston-" visited their daughter, Mrs. Everett Perkins, Tuesday. The two mairazine clubs in town helifl HEALTH IS VITAL! Read it hat this Mother sayc Albany, N, V. "1 have been wonder fully helped, by taking Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription. During expectancy my health was very bad. I became so weak and all run down that' I could not get around ;to do anything just had to lie around all Mie time. I de cided to take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription, and by' the time I had taken about one bottle I was around and do mv work STRAFFORD John Judd Died in His Sleep on Morn ing of Oca. 6. "John Judd parsed away in his sleep on the morning of Oct. tl. He had been in rather poor health recently but at tended Tmibridge fair on Wednesday and on the following morning went about his work as usual. Ill feelings !(,iii;-cd him to cmII a physician and I take his bed in the afternoon. -During nble to be ! the night he smil he wiyr feeling quite I ant along easv and asked his wite to go to bed. their annual, meeting Monday night in! fine after that, never having any more ( An hour later she found fbat he had Even a sick child loves the "fruity" taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the little tongue is coated, or :f your child is listlcm, cross, feverish, full of cold, or has colic, give a learpoonful to cleanse the liver and bowels. In a few hours' you can see for yourself how thoroughly it works al! the constipa tion poison, sour bile and waste out of the bowels, and you have a well, play ful child again. Millions of mothers k(p "Caltiornia Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea spoonful to-day saves a sick child to morrow, ( Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup.'- which has di rections for babies and children of all aged printed on bottles. .Mother! Vbu must say "California" or you may get an imitation fig syrup. -adv. Mrs. Joseph Jay of Waterbury is spending a few days in town visiting friends. Mrs. Jay is a former resident of Northfield. , - Mrs. Harriet Bullock, who has been spending a few weeks' in Farley, Mass., has returned to her home in town. Mrs." J. U. Donahue went to Mont pelier Thursday to attend the funeral of Herbert Lawrence. , Mrs. William H. Hurley has re turned from Baltimore, Maryland, where she was called by the death of her mother. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Horace W. Davis have gone to Cabot to visit Mr. Davis' Fos ter, Mrs. Barr. , The Ladies' Auxiliary of Sorrell Mttynard post will hold a whist party at the Legion home, Thursday. Re freshments will be served and a pleas ant evening enjoyed. A mission for the. French people of St. John's church will be held this week, commencing Thursday night, at 7 :3( o'clock and closing Sunday at high tnass. Rev. Father Salmon of St. Michael's college, Winooski, . will conduct the meetings. . - Frank T.' Parsons, who was called to Hartford, Conn., by the death of his brother, John Parsons, returned home Thursday. ' The stores, banks and all places of business were closed Thursday in ob servance of Columbus day. Miss Doris White iv acting as tem porary substitute clerk in the local poBtofliee. , ' EAST BETHEL John Fowler of Reading, Mass., is visiting his niece, Miss Edith Fowler, and calling on old neighbors and friends. He lived here good many years in his younger days. Miss Delia Rtoirs has been very ill for the past week and the report on Wednesday morning was no improve ment. i Rupert Spaulding slipped on the we; grass, striking on his la nlernB breaking three ribs. H. V. Allen assisted in the Grei Mountain band of Randolph at the Tunbridge fair. Percy Riford filled his silo last week and this week is working for Mr. Snow in Brookfleld. Mr. Vesper of Rovalton is working with his team, graveling the state road. George Harlow has been away look ing for timber for basket stock. He found some in Brookfleld. - Vernon Gifford and Mr. Conant leave for Claremont, N. H., to-day, having found work there for tha winter. Mrs. Lambert and sons have gone f board with Mrs. Harry Adams. Mrs. Ethel Riford is with her moth er, Mrs. Will Hyde. Mis Muriel Allen was in South Rov alton Tuesday. Mr. Taylor and "Ted" Cary returned Jrom lanafla laet ."-unday RANDOLPH A daughter wns born Wednesday Oct. 11, to Mr. and Mr?, Kdson Gifford who live on the Emerson terTai-e. Tic child i the granddaughter of Mr, an Mrs. C. C. Gifford. ..'..; Mrs. G. W. Groom ot St. Albans wa a guest of Abbie F. (.'lark over Tues day night and returned Wednesday att cnioon to her home.. Mrs. Blind Fairlmnks, who was in th; automobile accident lat week, has not yet been able to be out but is gaining somewhat slowly, the injury being to her knee. Miss Stella Sawyer, who was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I A? Sawyer, over the week end. has re turned to Burlington to resume he studies at the business college. Mrs. Charles Mann, who has .been in very frail health for a long time, has been much worse this week and her brother, Mr. Dunwnoor, has ben here and her sister, Mrs. Roy, has also been summoned. At present she remain about the same with little improve ment. A partv from this place will leave here on Thursday for Rutland, where they will attend the conference of the Daughters of American Revolution which is to be held there this week. Miss Minnie Davis of Hertford, who has been the guest of Mr. K. T. Kalis bury for a few days, left, Tuesday tor her home. Mrs, Julia Shea, whi bus been pass ing the season with Mrs. K. L. Meli tyre, left on Wednesday for Michigan Mrs. McIntyreV house is dosed for the winter and she will ppend the cold weather witJi her son Dr. H. B. Mcln tyre, closing her home. Mrs. H. J. Sanford, after passing several days in Winchester, Mass., with her daughter, Mrs. John Ablmtt, has re turned to ber home here for a time. Mrs. Carrie Hamilton of Brattleborj and a party of friends were in town on Wednesday calling vpnn friends. They were on their vsy'to Burlington, making the trip by automobile. library hull. Mrs. Mary Taylor is very ill at he home of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Moriarty. Her other daughters, Mrs. Holland' and Miss Belle Taylor, from St. Albans are with her. Mrs. Charles Ainsworth and sister, Miss Mary .'Joslin, started Monday to go ,to Minneapolis. , : Mrs. Carlis Jones from Pomfrct and Albert Jones from Sharon ' came to W. C. Bragg's last Thursday and their sister, Mrs. Z. H. McAllister, returned with them, . Mrs. Grace Pond and .brother from Coatieook. P. . Q., came Tuesday to spend a few days with their aunt, Mrs. Joan namsey. Mrs. Lois Smith returned Tuesday from several weeks' stay in Randolph at Merrill Campbell's, R. R. Livingston was in Montpelier Tuesday. Mrs. George Miller left town Monday to go to Lake Plaicd to spend the win ter with her daughter at the Lake Placid club. "High School Notes. Tuesday the juniors gave an. assem btlv. Miss Northrun cave a very inter esting account o fher trip to England. Mrs, E. S. Biigham of St. Allians vis- sted Miss Northrup Tuesday and Wednesday. Most of the faculty spent tne ena or the week in Burlington. i There is no school to-day on account j of the teachers' convention trouble. I had practically no suffering '-quietly passed away. His funeral was and my child was very healthy. Always i attended on Sunday. During the short sine 'that exi.ei-ien.e. whenever I iWi ! time that Mr. . Judd , had re-ided in the least bit run down or i?i need of i tonic I take a bottle of Favorite Pre scription and, it makes nie feel' fine." Mrs. C. F. Stellar, 423 Elk St. " All druggists. Tablets or liqnil. Write Dr. Pierce,. Pres. Invalids' Ho tel in Buffalo, N. Y., for free confiden tial advice. adv. I town lie had won the resoect and es' teem of the townspeople with . whom he came in contact. GROWN CORNS Lift Off with Fingers Doent tort kit! Prop a little Treason" on aa achiaf enrn, instaatij Ifeat err rtor hurting, thea shortly foa lift it rifht ft with finger. Truly! Your droryist sells a taiy br of Treeiooe Ir a U-m cents, saSkneat to rrmar wry Hani enm, soft or, or Smi brtwm the Wa, ai4 the railua, r:'. Is out anrr&rta or irritatioa- Air. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Thurston died Saturday st their home at Ricker's mill. The funeral was held at the horn Monday. F--v. Stead Thornton officiatins. and burial was in the village cemetery. The baby was around six weeks cf age and hid not been well since its lirth. William Paradis has moved his fa.m ily from the tenement ver Whitchiil A White's store to tha tenement, of Bartlett Hall. Mr. White plans to move her from Topsham and occupy the ten ement vacated by Mr. Paradi. The thre-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mclim sustained a broken arm Saturday by falling down stairs. Mrs. Dwight Smith and daughter. Beatrice, and Mrs. Tamali WiNou and baby Elizabeth Wilson, her grind daughter, who have be'n sending th wimuier at the Smith cottage, left on Wednesday for their home in Balti more, Md., and est New i ork, N. J. Mr. and Mm. Fenon Miles of Tota lis m were recent visitors of relatives here. eorsr i nurcn i Mrat.rorrt was in town nednesdsy visiting bis sister, Mrs. Cliarle Heath. Services at the Mpi!h.1m church on Sunday morning at the Usui! hour. ReT, Stead Thornton will leave Monday itt- ernoon for Pennsylvania, where he has been delegated by cor Ore nee for a month's work. The pulpit will be sup plied during the absence of the pa -I or. r.. .M. MarTev of 51-Hitpeiier wsi a business visitor in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugen Ah. who were recently married in St. Jolinsbury, r guest of relatives here the first of the week. Mr. Roowvelt Leet and son, Stew art, of Topham are sp'iid ng the we-k with Mrs. I,eet parents. Mr. and Mrs. I J.' X. McKay. R. X. Darlieg, who h in town th fir of the week, returned to Bradford Tuesday. STOCKBR1DGE Saturday evening, Oct. 7, Beatrice Green gave a party to the Woman's club, it Iteing her birthday celebration. A fine time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. H. R" Wilcox has been the vic tim of the prevailing distemper the past week. Mrs. F. R. Packard hat been ill the past week. John Blacknier of Ludlow spent the week end at the home of his father, J. D. Blaekmer. Rally Sunday was observed at the I'nion church Sunday. Mr. Connor of Rochester spoke and his sermon was enjoyed by a goodly nmnlier. Next Sun day Mr. JennesK will hpeak ami it is hoped another rally day. Hope Leonard is visiting friends in Daw, Cabot and Montpelier. f 5Iiss Miriam Vance pent the wek end wibh Beatrice Green from Montpel ier seminary. Miss Carrie Sweet was the guest of Myrtle Mussey Jor the week end. Barbara Hollis, a classmate WA TERBURY CENTER Charles Bicker and family have been ill. , . .Kuth Towne expects to underb an operation for removal ct tonsils , at Barre City hospital Friday. , Tax Collector R, J. Knowle,wa in the Center Wednesday discharging the duties of his office. Leslie Hayes, who returned reeent'y from Fort William Henry hotel, Lake George, N. Y., has now gone .to a posi tion for the wintpr in O-eenwich, Conn. At Lake George, he reports, they have had a busy season. The hotel there is a IX &, H. railroad property and is conducted nolelv for transient business. In the" busiest seasons no guest is al lowed to remain more than three days. The guests are chiefly New Yorkers on the way to the Adirondacks, etc. A strong delegation of AVaterbmv Center church folks is requested for the Methodist county rally at Marsh- field Friday, Oct. '.'0. Sessions all day. Poles for the new1 electric light lire are now being set. Mrs. L. A. Lyon is-better Mrs. Steele, who has spent the sum mer with her Bister, Mrs. E. E. Mor rill, has returned to her home in Ful ton, X. Y. Mrs. Howard. Vamey has - returned from her visit to her daughter ' in Providence, R. I. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Morrill are vis iting in Manchester. Prof." and Mri. Hastings of Hanover, X". IL, accompanied by Mrs.- Quimby and her daughters, Mrs, White am, Mrs. Paine, were in town for a short time on Monday, making brief calls upon friends ana relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Itollin Prescott visited Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell at Richmond over the week end. Ray Whitcomb has been home from Websterville for a short visit to his family here. Mrs. S. C. Chandler and daughter", Miss FClisabeth, have closed their sum mer home hero and left. Monday for Welleslev Hill, Mlnss., expecting to make the automobile trip by rather easy stages. Mrs, Chandler haa irn proved very much in health during the summer mom ns. ... ORANGE Winona Fish, was her guest for week end. of l tie .In- time I Reginald Durkee has closed his tics in H. R. Wilcox" store for a and has joined the fern pickers. iieoige lswis nas nnwnrd worK in t lie store ot u. H. rinli and iione l' Rochester. i Charles Rickptts and James Mtir.sey of w mdsoif were at Clvue Hunt Sat urday night and Sunday. V , , , . , .Mrs. 0. L. Gates of Xorth Calais visiting at Frank Beard's. Miss Randall, the home demonstra tion agent, will meet the ladies at the (town naiKaturday atternoon to ex- filain the alteration of patterns. It is loped there will be a good attendance. All farm bureau members should make an efTort to attend the annual meeting at Chelsea at 10 o'clock Fri day. - i Mrs. Lillian Carpenter, Mioses Al bertine and Leone Bisson and Rev. A. J. Lord expect to attend the teachers' meeting at St. Johnsbury this week. CONSTIPATION Is the Curse of Creation and 90 per cent of the atart of every serloua sickness causing de pression of aplrita, Irritability, drowsiness, loss of appetite, cor rect this trouble at once, and you will be as near proof against pos sible Infection and disease. TAKE PILLS'ToWp AtallDruMsts25Uba 6uaf eou&d or Uncoated Over SO Sir3theStti&rry&f' OXIDAZE TABLETS , Made with Essential Oils Politicians-Auctioneers Clergymen-Lecturers - Singers Anyone who speaks or sins In public whnse voic is snt to grow husky or weak from the strain. Will find that ona OxiriaM tablet slowly dissolved in the mouth before speak ,ina or sinifinst. will make a world of differ ence. Xho voice slays slrong and clear aittl natural even .during an unusual strain. Thousands of people have testified to the remarkable value of these pure essential oil tablets, which bring auch quick relief in esses of Hoarxncss, Lose of Voice, Soreness, or Tickjlnir in Throat, Bronchftis, Bronchial iritntion, Bronchial Asthma, Coughs, Colds, and as s preventative against Grippe, Inflii eniB and Pneumonia. - One small inexpensive package of "Oxi daze" tablet will nuickly prove the value of pure essential oil In cases of this kind ; if they are always kept in tha house for use in case of an emergency, they may Bave you many days of serious illness or discomfprt. E. A. Drown, or any good drug--, gist can supply you. Adv. MIDDLESEX Mrs. .Grace Densmore was- home from- her work in Waterbury sev eral davs' last week. Jesse Carpenter week-end guests of I at Sir. and Mrs. Waterbury were Pliny Wil-ell s. B. L Palmer, W. H. Va'uglin, Her- ! man Collin and F. J. Katon attended ! the district meeting of Odd Fellows! at Aorthheld Monday erening. Mr. t'ibbs, a trained nurse from Montpelier, is carino; for Mrs. Jane Miles, who is failing. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bigelow of Washington vutted at Albert Cranes Sunday. ' Mrs. Addie IVniuson is spending the week with relatives in St. Albans. .Mrs. J. B. Hill spent the Utter part of the week with her daughter In t nelpea, :as-. The musical club, under the direc tion of Mrs. Flora (rale of Waterbury, met at the home of Mrs. Daisy Wisell Friday afternoon. - A niue program was given ov Mrs. dnles pupils. (lames were enjoyed, after which re freshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Miles spent Sun day in St. AIban. ' School closes Wednesday -for the re mainder of t lie week to enable the teachers to attend the state conven tion at St. Johnsburv Mis Evelyn Katon. who was injured aturdav noon bv juiupinir from a moving truck, the rear wheel pacing over her lett lea-, is ganiiiisr rapidly. Fortunately no bones were broken. VERSHIRE Mr. and Mrs L. L. Robinson returned to Concord, X. IL, last Friday. The little Kelly boy at Warren Tul- er s. wno was so nauiy nurtied, is gaining nicely now. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jewell sre vin- ting hi brother in roll Kiver, Mans. Mrs. Poland is with Mr. Poland at Alvah Hasting'. Mr. and Mrs. r rank Ames of Bridge. port. Conn., are visiting his cousin, W. . Orr. Rev. Arthur Sargent will preach at the village for the coming year. Mr. snd Mrs.. (. B. Harding sre to init his father and mother in Laconia. N. IL, thin week. NORTH MONTPELIER Monday, Oct 1, "Ten Xiphts in A Barroom. The most famous heart in terest drama the work! bat ever known. A'o a twv-reel entro-dr. Jimrs P.e.j nett, on tf Vermont's bt known ten ers, will appear in song. rvrr hr an otber well know a sinffr w:!l he adtei to this program. Mui- furnilid hx IndT fonr-ptec r-rttra. Admn- SV and :.V-. Paiw after h,w. Shew starts at S. 13 slirp. adv. Kidney and Bladder Troubles Conquered or Money Back hor 4-e mr. uirf Dr. Cmrer, I Imv twn rrMcr.bini? my prrrjcnptioo No. 777 (known for yr an Marfthrontt for kid. ny and hlftHdrr tucknra and now that I haw rr tired from active nractire 1 hav mad rranuiwn! with lwdinit dria riU to dtppriK0 thia wonderful prescrip tion a, a moderate price, on the mcmf bark it dH'atftfd plan. Bewiri of ktdnrjr di thouaanda i di of it every ear who oupht to be en- j joyinur the bWHnvrs of life and health, f Wat h the mctn:n. If tou have anerka ' float in before the evea, puffy eye, clam my fei or moit ftatme, backer be or eiHw i ahe. von oiiwht to e bottle of Dr. t'arey'a famotia prearnption No. 777 right t away. t It ha wotiderfullr benf4ted tena of , thousand a n( caaee of kidny and bladd-r troubw and i the medirine you ran vara depend upon. Reeulta are iruaraa terd. KOTE-Dr. Daniel G. Carey vu a rractirme ihytrien fur many yeara and hia rreat rr-wrnptioo No. T77 i'ivd thou eande of fferer from kidney and blad der trnubleB Herefiee you ran iIti ret thw rf?er-tve prrripttnfi in hoik liquid and taUet form at the Red Cmea Pharmacy and all reliabi rharnuu:iU the country over A dr. 1 Home-canned fruits and vegetables will taste better next winter! ables p BEETS . fjTHwBN Ckan, sraM S mil. VTv jflYr' yV 'a move sktoa, Pk x !V-'tP 5 Jf 1 . 1 whoie.dicartorcubeJ. "t . V ieA 12 CX-V L FiU )i with boilma X.JVJ if s w.trr, artdinf 1 tr- VNt" CftCV' spocn salt Jor quart mo- f L:.3Va th A, " 'J I ir. Put sraMcd rub- , I yjPf f I her. in olao. lids I' J I jtrmJWl f jiMi fX 1 far U hour, un. a J J I j i watched. Renww and sSU1 fV n. ' ft tral wbsa clock rton. ' - M I ,1 TIIE famous Lorain Oven Heat Regula tor has changed home canning methods made it eatr and always suc cessful. Read the recipe. Isn't that an improve ment over the old way? No more standing over steaming kettles on scorch in f stove, while the kitchen heat rises far above the tempera ture of a July day. Lorain canning means resting dh your cool veranda while Lorain watches the Job. The results mr far more delicious than you get by th old-fashioned way of canning on the top burner. Thooaanda of women use the Loraia way and praise it enthusiastically.' BARRE GAS GO. 1 40 No. Main St. Barn, Yt. May we show you the Lo- nun-equipped gas ranges our floor, and let you see and taste sample of Lorain oven canning? There ia a free book let of recipe and auggtationa which i your for tne earing. Oct it now! OVILN HlAT SIOUWATOM Tha Lorain Oms Has Biinr la an attachment of faa rang umu, It snttomatu-ally kerpt pour ova at ana- one of 44 different temperatures. Dimply set tha "real wheel for any heat yoa want. Chanfes ha aja pres sures etc, do not affect the oven tasa permtura, RELIABLE CAS RANGES The main front. fof. and beee, are unbreakable beceuse made of "Anele iron" drawn and tempered etrel;. All enameled shrrt mtal parts ore of enameh a h-on. Reliable Ariel Iron ranc- are buOt to Asnarkwa Oee Assorietton epeci&carione. Yoa enB like tSnr modern frerures, and smooth, easily doaned aurfaos. ' rag 9 Mark 'Twain's Greatest j Comedy and Maslerpieco! A Connecticut ! Yankee : fin Kins Arthur's Court ' HARDWICK, VT. Fri. and Sat., Oct. 13-14. j Show, 7-8:45. Adm. 15c-2Sc ! OPENING ADAMANT Mr. and Mrs. Loe Tarker were in Montpelier Monday on business. Victor HobJ and fnmily of Woodbury spent Saturday with his mother here. Ira Pierce of Montpelier visited at Oeorge Sander' one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Kirkard have re turned front a viait in JSew Hampshire. Mis Addie Hikard i working for Lury Anderitoii. Aiifie Campbell picked buds from her White Puritv ranibler Ort. H, and they were as fresh as when tliey blossomed in June. ' ' : Mr. and Mrs. S"alter Patch have re-j turned from week's visit in Spring field, Mshs. Ouite a party of relatives and friends' of Mr. and Mrs Jerrv 81avton and Mr. and Mrs. Henry tale fathered at the Slavton home to help them celebrate their double wedding anniversary, it being their fifteenth. Mr. Slayton and Mrs. t'ate are brother and aicter. . A bountiful dinner was: served to 10. Mrs.. Slavton's grandmother, 7 years old, was among tne guests, j ney re turned home winning them many more such gatherings. WAITS RIVER Mrs. Helen Butler has returned to her home in Lvnn Mskk., sfter visit - ng with her mother on the farm. Annn Parker h sold hia plane st Esst Orsngff to Allen nrter and has Imught frank Sanborn's estate, where now lies. Mrs. fieorpe Miles bsa returned to Montpelier from visiting a few months st Mr. Cora Xutt". Fred Cunningham and son of Bur- ineton viaitvd relatives here the rtm of the week. Mr. and Mrs. f'red MoDuffee and children returned Sunday frnm visiting at Moretown and Washington. New First-Class Shoe Repair Shop All work, large or small, guaranteed as to work manship and material, and at the most reasonable prices. Also a complete line of Footwear and Rubbers for men, women and children, including the Lion Brand Work Shoes, the best there are. A share of your patronage will be appreciated by Frank Biermayer 1 Granite Street, Barre. i COLUMBUS DISCOVERED AMERICA. Have vou discovered th.it this theatr.- showing the bigifest and best in pii- tures? TO-DAY ONLY THE MIGHTY VOICS OF I0O.CO0.000 PEOPLE In the Name of the 'Law TV-dimred by u to ! polif of I'arre and Montpelier. A' A Try to Paranountowa It a fratnre in itarlf and The Mie tiven fVimedy. COME KARI.Y Friday and Saturday Only MILLIONS HAVE READ THE NOVEL MILLIONS WILL SEE THE PICTURE All HJUl WE CSAUTIFUl iU CHAMA CF Hs ART TU3S KI5VI S.r3CKI j p - ji ----- - n -m rn' r? ACCLAIMED BY PUBLIC MANDATE THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF HER CAREER STORY BY EDISON MARSHAL! AM AH.-5TAB CAST WITH RDY STEWART Also on ths Same Program for Both Days f v j- .-. jsv 1 A1 . Nil ." Li HAROLD Lloyd 4'NEVER f-' .:. : s?T :.-. 1. 'a .st-v ? ivVftlsw. 1 . Matinee: 2:15; Prices: Evening: 6.5, 9; rtices; Chtldren,10c; adulti 17c. Children, 17c; adults, 22c Don't Stand in Line. COME EARLY 101 1 Advertising is the Sunlight of Business ' To all that is healthy and vital in business, it means increased strength and growth; but ad vertising is a fierce heat which withers and consumes that which is unsound. A business which' is not a good business should not be advertised. A business which would not benefit from wide- - spread appreciation of its deals had better acquire a new 'set of ideals. 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