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THE H.UiltU .DA II A' TUIKS, DAltKE, VT. , WEDNESDAY, XOVKMIiKlt 1, 1022.
lit rvvin
Little Ckildren
Bridhten Homes
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VERY young couple starting out in life has visions of
mvfnl hours snent before the fireside with healthv. happy
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A.Umh Kuf ihc nmir rf fort t 'nn r rr nrntnpn whn Innor tnr
UillUlCH uui, ai(Ut uuii un.ii wu"g ....
children are denied that happiness because of some functional
derangement which, may be corrected by proper treatment..
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is just the medicine
for these conditions, as the following letters show: ,
Chicago,' 111. "You surely gave
men one Rood medicine when
wo
men one Rood medicine when you
put Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound" on the market. After I had my
baby I was all run down and so nervous
it kept mo from gaining. My doctor
did everything he could to build me up,
then he ordered me to take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound with his
medicine and I am now a new woman.
I have had three children and they are
all Lydia E. I'inkham babies. I have
recommended your medicine, to several
friends and they speak highly of it.
You are certainly doing good work in
this world." Mrg. Adbith Tomsheck,
20557 Wabash Ave Chicago, III
Churubusco, N. Y. "I was under the
doctor's care for over five years for
backache and had no relief from his
medicine. One day a neighbor told me
about your Vegoiablo Compound and I
took it. It helped me so much that I
wish to advise' all women to try Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 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- without this Vegetablo
Compound." Mrs. Fbed Miner, Box 102,
Churubusco, N. Y, -
Many auch letters prove the reliability of
Lydia B. Pinkhanfs
Vsdetatle Compound
t-YDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINCCO. LYNN MASS.
SOUTH RANDOLPH
, Mr. and Mrs. Boy Tripp and daueh
ter and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bailey
md son of Williamstown visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith
Sunday; also the son, Everett Smith,
f Goshen, Mis Harriet Smith and
Sera Id Roppe of Windsor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Armstrong were
sailed to Granville to attend the fu
eral of Mr. Ford, father of their
laughter's hu-djand. who was serious
ly injured in an accident which caused
bis death.
Miss Celia Gifford of East Ran
iolph is teaching in .Miss Neilson's
place in the higli school at Williams
town. C. C. Gifford was in Williams-
HA(I 1
t -OKI'!
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I COUH I
Thoughts For Mothers
Who Wish
To Safeguard Their Families
' There is a simple, inexpensive way
that300, 000 mothers have of providing
a safeguard against colds, coughs.
croup, and catarrhal
ailment, Th ail
monta ara not aerioua
I if fivan prompt atten
tion but man j a
motharmoumatheloaa
of a dear on fmm
pneumonia, diptheria
or influenza.
"A etitch in time
aavoe nina" la a tru
iara aa it mlatee to
common cold. Firet.
avoid anr medicina
fcnntainint chloroform or opiataa of any kind,
urh medicine m not neeeaaarjr and may do
awn harm than good.
Devoted mothara aavo about $3.00. and maka
a punk a T active medicine at homo and avoid
aipenea and anxiety. They purrhaae tVi oxa.
af the pare concentrated Eaaanca Mentha-La.
na, than maka a ayrupof eurar and water and
aave a full pint of tha very boat couirh aynip
to be obtained at a eoet of leaa than J1.00.
A few doeea riven when cold or eourh firat
atarta. aooa cherke It and drivee it out of tha
vat-era and the danger of pneumonia andother
fatal or hnawnur dieraae ie avoidWI. fain dt
rartiona coma with tha Kaaenre Menho-Lax-ene
eo aimpleand oaay that a child could maka
a f all pint ia teee tbaa 10 minutea. Good doe
tore and druevieta recommend it.
Bat ever Bold, (or Cough and Cold".
Send i eta. m etampe for trial bottle to
Tha Btaikb Pcediaet Ca, Daytan, Ohio
"F0RWABD, MABCH1 I
The happiest people are those
who, in whatever sphere of life,
continue to go forward. j
The inventor is happy so Ions
as he can overcome new ob
stacles, devise new mechan
isms, go forward. j
The business man is happy !
when his business shows a'
healthy growth and a balance
on the right side of the ledger. !
Everybody finds satisfaction in
getting ahead financially-jfin
being a little better off this
year than last.
town Friday. His daughter accompa
nied him home for over Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Lemuel Whwloek of
Tunbridge called on friends here the
last of the week, on the way to Bar
nard to visit his brother and friend.
Mr. Wheeloek is in very poor health.
C. J. Billings is moving his poods to
East Randolph to the Vr. Davenport
house, lately purchased by Jliwi M.
Greene. He will stop for. a while with
Miss Greene on the Greene farm un
til the Davenport house is in condi
tion to be moved into.
Raymond Paine is moving onto the
Billings farm, which he purchased at
the Green auction.
E. Camp was in Boston last
week, and by invitation of an ac
quaintance of his, a Mr. Canute of
Halifax, N. K., who is a share owner
of the Victorious Canadian boat, Blue
Nose, they viewed the yacht race
from the point at East Gloucester.
After the Thursday's race, at the in
vitation of Mr. Canute, he went on
board the vessel for about one and
one-half hours. The next day they
visited the Boston Post Imildinir and
received an introduction to Ilindy,
the Post Cat, paed through the sub-
way under the Charles river to hast
Boston, arriving home Saturday eve
ning. BRADFORD
GROWN
Dwelling House of Elbridge Emery
Burned Owner Absent Two Day.
The dwelling house of ElhrHse Em
ery on the road to We-tville was
burned Thursday night. The cause of
the fire is unknown as Mr. ' Emery
lived alone, and had not been at home
for two days. Nothing was saved as
the fire was beyond control and the
building unsafe to enter when neigh
bors rcuched the place. A small in
surance was carried by Mr. Emery.
The house was formerly the home of
Mrs. Amy Fhilbrook, who died a few
years since.
Missea Mary Murphy and Helen
Worthley have finished work in the
postoffice. Miss Gladys Mcdure and
Warren Martin have taken their
places.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Laron have
moved to their home', which they
bought of Carroll Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Philbrirk of
Barre visited relatives in town Sun
day. ;
Arthur Lambert has returned to his
work in the B. & M. station.
Miss Mary Murphy has pone to La
eonia, X. H.
Paul Lynch is confined to the houe
with the prevailing distemper.
William Chamherlin is vorking in
Lisbon, X. H. i
Married, in B.lluws Falls! (lit. 19,
Arthur Gove and Agnes Bell Senca
baugh. 1
Mrs." Arthur rias and son have
riturned to Pasadena, Cal. j
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitman of j
Newbury spent the end of the week i
with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Martin'.
George Gaflicld has g n to Hon
duras. Central Ameriin. tt wrk for J
the United Fruit company. " ;
Mrs. Ephraim AMtott called on
friends in town last wck, i
William Peck of Sheffield eounty,
game warden, was in town several
daya last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll M. Sawtelle
and sons, Homer anil Fred, of Con too
cook, X. H., were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. OofTrin Monday.
Charles n. Heath has purchased the
Taylor block of Mr. Gretta Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hatch have moved
to 4ie lower tenement and Mr. and
Mrs. Heath will occupy the upstairs
tenement as soon as vacated by
Charic Fisher, who now occupies it.
Mrs. Fred White is passing some
time with relatives in Newbury. '--
. A. G. Welch of Wells River was a
business visitor in town Monday. '
Mrs. Sophronia Frost is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Frank Morrison.
A Hallowe'en party was held Mon
day evrning by tlie hih tchool stu
dents at the,s-lmol buihling. A merry
time was enjoyed by the young people.
E. .f. Rutter. optometrist, will lie at
.1. T. Darling's Friday, the 3d. Call and
have your eyes examined. adv.
PLAINTIELD
To rent it once, downstairs lene
ment with bath, elcYtric lights and all
modern improvements. Laura J. San
born. adv.
I
Notice.
Anyone knowing the whereabout
of Lizzie Potter, who left home alxwt
three vir!;s ayo, plesse report at once
to M. I. Potter, Plainfi.ld, Vt., K.
F. D. 2.
CORINTH
Many Met' to Congratulate Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Gilnian at Reception.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Parker gave
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gilnian a wedding
reception on Thursday evening, Oct. 20.
Mr. Gilnian is Mrs. Parker's sou by. a
former murriagc. The bhda was Flor
ence Cluik, daughter of Mrs. Clark at
Bradford Center. The marriage' wi
solemnizid Oct. 11 at Littleton, N. II.,
by Re. Janiea McKenxie. There nj
84 people in attendance at the recep
tion ami many of them brought gifts
of niiver, glassware, china, towels and
other uswl'ul articles. Two wall-filled
tables wore displayed. The brides
mother gave each of them a $.r gold
piece. His mother gave them a liHod-
some Red Cross quilt and pillow slips.
The bride was attended bv her sister.
Mrs. Henry Chapman of Littleton, N.
II., and the groom by his brother, For
est Parker. They stood in front of a
bank of nr trees and lerns ana under
a canopy of evergreen festooned with
pink. They all worq pink flowers. The
bride was handsomely gowned in a
navy georgette dress which was elabo
rately bended, 'and her sister was
gowned in like manner. '
A bounteous lunch of cake and cofTee
was served, after which a social hour
was enjoyed, interspersed with music
and singing. Herbert Dowse recited,
"Curfew Shall Not Ring To-night"
arid "John Brainaid." This was fol
lowed by dancing until 3 o'clock y-hen
tha company returned to their homes.
A large part of them were from ad
joining towns', relatives of the happy
couple. - ,
Mrs. Avery Thonipkins returned to
hex home in Now Haven, Conn., last
Saturday. She was acewiripiinted by iu-r
parents.'Mr, and.Mrs. William Peberdy.
They are to spend the winter with their
son there.
' At the sooeial town meeetinsr on
Monday, Charles II. Metealf was elect
ed to have charge of the new ahull at
East Corinth. .
H. Wallace Chalmers has taken down
the large dry house near the bridge and
moved it to Waits River to he re
erected as a double garage.
Mrs. Boveri, who has been here all
cummer visiting her two sons. J. M. and
Clinton Bouen, returned to her -home
in Magog, P. Q., last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bowpn went to
Concord Saturday to visit her brother
for a few days. Will Hall is doing their
chores during their absence.
Mrs. Joseph Lord is gaining slowlv
from the shock which she ' had two
weeks ago. , , .
Carrie Edson and CV. T. Sartrent re
ceived notice on Thursday evening of
the death of their aunt, JWrs. unss.i
Sargent, at Chester, N. H. The funeral
wa-f held on Snnday at 1 o'clock in
the afternoon. . " ' ' .
Mr. and Mrs. David Sarwnt re
ceived a telegram on Thursday An
nouncing the birtn . of a granddaugh
ter, Barbara Sargent, at the hospital t
Putnam, Conn, The parents are My
nard and Irene (Sargent) Ellis, resi
dents of Putnam, Conn.
There were Hallowe'en exercises at
the academy hall on Friday evening.
Rev. B. M. Bridges
Gives Facts in
His Case
It Jj doubtful if there has ever been
a. "medicine endorsed by so many min
isters of tha g;spel ai lius Tnuiuc. In
deed, there is scarcely a faith, creed
or '. denominat ion in ull -the land in
which one, or mote, of the clergy
men lus'nnt publicly expressed their
indebted nuns' to tha Premier Prepara
tion for the benefit,.tbey haye derived
from its use.. ;; , :f ..,
"One of the latest to speak out in
this connection is Rev. B. M. Bridges,
a widely known and beloved Baptist
preacher, residing at. Mooresboro, N.
C, whose statement follows: J ' .
'.''Tanlac' has given ync a good appe-:
tite, toned up my system and renewed
my strength in such a gratifying way
that I am glad to recommend it to
anyone, who is in a run-down condi
tion. For ten years past I ha,ve had
such a severe case of indigestion that
I -could not find anything to eat that
agreed with me. Finally I became
very nervous and could get but very
little sleep or rest. . ...
"It seems that I took nearly every
thing trying to get myself right, but
nothing helped me until . I ran ucro.-s
Tanlae. My nerves are so 'much bet
ter now that my sleep is sound nnd
refreshing. I enjoy my ' meals and
have also-' gained weight. I can say
from experience that Tanlae is a splen
did medicine and tonic, for " it has
built me up wonderfully."
Tanlaeaold by all good druggists.
Adv. .
SOUTH ROY ALTON
The Rebekahs entertained the mem
bers whose birthdays occurred in Octo
ber, on Friday evening at their hall.
Dainty refreshment were served, in
cluding the "birthday cake," made by
Mrs. Alire Fuller. Miss Beatty of
Ripton, inspector, was present, also
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Salisbury of
Randolph. .
Mi-s Edwina Flint of Randolph was
a visitor in town Friday, returning to
Randolph Saturday. .
' The S. R. H. S. gave a Hallowe'en
ball at Knight's hall Friday evening.
Mr. Fox of Derby was a business
visitor in town Saturday.
J. H. Hewitt 4 Sons, Inc., had a
Royal coffee and peanut roaster in
stalled in their store last week and
on Friday and Saturday, held demon
strations of the same and also served
hot coffee.
G. D. Harrington and wife left for
their Florida home on Monday.
Nelson Wormwood of Newbury was
in town on business Monday.
Clifford E. Ellis and wife have re
turned to their home in Mrs. Blanche
Ellis' tenement and Mr. Ellis has tak
en up his duties as assistant at the
postoffice again. "
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and
wife have moved to their new home,
which they recently purchased of G.
D. Harrington and wife.
Hugh Allen of West Lebanon was
a business visitor here Monday.
The S. R. II. S. has begun its prac
tice of basketball at Knight'shall.
F. O. Billing of Sharon was in
town on business Monday.
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
TODAY TOMORROW
The Inimitable Star
Directed
Fred Niblo
who made
"The Three
Musketeers"
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A FIRST fTlONAjU
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ATTRACTION
A growing savinps account in1
The Montpelier Savings Bank
and Trust Company, Jlont
pelier, Vermont, will give you a
feeling of satisfaction and will
be worth to you all that it may
tost in effort and sacrifice. Why
Dot start r.ow?
' Herbs Used ia Medicines.
A Manchester. England, papr ures
the renewed cultivation -f old fsh
ioned medicinal brrb in English gar
dens. In the I'nited Stat- tiiey have ,
loo gone out of fashion as a feature ,-f ,
the small garden, althoiigh tbey are,
imported in large quantities frnm Tur- ;
key, India and China, where tbey are '
grown purely for commercial purposes.
their medicinal value recnpmzrd ,
by many lelding phs-ian. Tn of
medicinal herb are n4 annoatly in '
the prrparsfion of I.jd a E. P:nLham' -Vecetable
lnipound. a B)"-t am-seaa-
ful medicine fr nonian's ilia. It run '
laina narmtM-a r harmfiii drup-.
nd lomes aictd nith m u a;!m'a'
thou id try it. adv.
A sfandjrd trealment
with thousands who
know how quickly it
heals sick skins
Askcnyone who has tried it
RESIflOL
Sooihinq and Healing
vs. :
The story a million have read, retold by
'The Rose of the Screen
also
THEIR FIRST VACATION
SMILES
!
Matinees daily, 2:30-Prices 17e.
Evening, G:4."i, 9 Prices 17c. llv.
We Want Your Hites
CALFSKINS, DEERSKINS, WOOL, TALLOW, BONES,
and all kindred commodities. We pay outside market
prices. We pay fpot cash. We pay freight on 200 pounds
or more. Anyone ravin? stock should pet our prices he
fore selling elsewhere. Write us to-day!
CARROLL S. PAGE Hyde Park, VI. '
EAST BETHEL
Mrs. Alma liutton of South Royal
ton whs here one day lustweek, call
inir on old friends. '
Mrs. 'Mary ' Adams of Windsor and
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Adams of West
Woodstock called on their cousin, Mrs.
j Brown, on their way to Randolph Cen-
tcr luesdny.
j r Mrs, Ilullie Allen picked aiiite a
' large huncli of red raspherrie recent
jly, good large berries. , It "is not very
j (if ten that we "find such large nice
ones so late in the season. , , , .
Courthtnd Turner is in town calling
on old friend and neighbor. He is
stoDDinff with E. W. Perriu. He lived
I here when ho was a young boy. He
is on his way to Canada for the win-
""'.-V :.."""": :
Mr. and Mr. Will ITyde and son,
Orovcr, spent Sunday with their
j daughter, Mrs. Riford.
Lewi Contant was home from Clare
wont, K. H., Sunday, returning to his
wJrk Sunday evening.
J. II. Buck of fierresh. N.. If., is in
town. He has sold his store and house
connected with it . to Mr. Hutchinson
and Mr. Marshall of Xorthfleld. Mr.
Adams has sold the goods in the store
to them also, arid takes their farm in
Xorthfleld.
Mrs. Lambert, : Romain and. Lau
rence, spent the week end in East
Randolph with her father.
Steele's orchestra will play for a
dance in Tunbridge Friday night. ,
The lajies aid held a fair Saturday
evening at grange hall. They served
a hash suopcr and had a. short pro
gram, which was enjoyed by all. They
cleared between .$35 and $40.
J!rs. William Wright entertained a
cousin the first of the week. ;
Mrs. .John Steele was quite ill last
week, threatened with pneumonia. She
is better at this writing. ,c
Arthur Montgomery and little son,
Arnold, are visiting his father and
mother for a few days.
Clayton Wight and .daughter,-Merle,
were with his father and mother, II.
R. Wight and wife, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. LaBoiinty of Randolph
Center ''made a short visit on Mark
Hyde and family recently."
The boys had some fun last night,
mixing, up chairs and other things
that they could move.
N0KTI1 RANDOLPH
Several from here are attending the
lecture course at Brookfield.
C. K. Taft has-harvested about 1,000
bushels of certified seed potatoes.
The Home Circle club of East Brook
field met with Mrs. Frank Richard
son Friday afternoon. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Conant and two
children of Randolph Center were re
cent visitors at James Wheatley'g.
.Mr. and Mrs. ijl Uus.ell enter
tained their neighbors last Thursday;
evening in honor of Mr. Buszull'a
birthday anniversary. !
John Blai.-dell fell from his wagon
and was somewhat injured while com
ing from his son's, Ray, hist Thurs-1
day.
Charles Hixon left for Florida hist i
Wednesday, where he will spend the
winter. .
Mrs. Robert Hall entertained the
Hill Birthday club Saturday afternoon.
A Sufficient Answer.
An , apartment house on Riversido
Irive. Xew York Citv. wbieh ma in
j ' r"-
j for heavy Hnglish service, recently
blosonied 'out with a new flunkey. A
gentleman callng tor Mrs. Drown was
detained by the customary. "Is Mrs.;
fV'-'i
Largest, selling cough medicine
in the World. . '.. ,
fret from opiates ingredients
plainly printed on. the wrapper.
Jsoiu fcverywncic.
Brown expecting you?" The caller,
blasted the ne- doorman with a
glanoe-My good man," was the unex
pected answer. . "Mrs. Brown , was ex
pectingt me before I was born. She
my mother.'' Kennebee Journal.
SAY "BAYER" when you buy Aspirin
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on
package or on tablets you are hot get
ting the genuine Bayer product pre
scribed by physicians over twenty-two
years and proved safe by millions for
colds, headache, toothache, earache, neu
ralgia, lumbago, rheumatim, neuritis,
and for pain in general. Accept only
"Bayer'" package which contains proper
directions. Handy boxes of twelve tab
lets cost few cents. Druggists' also sell
bottles of 24 and 100. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacidester of SalicylicacidL -adv.
. - - -
BOSCH and GRAY & DAVIS
irr-i .official I
.4 :H 1 1
xzrm Pimrp vTinn
lfciAiaaff aVI WIWV aftUUVII
AMD!!aN.BOSCHNKHlb'C0R?CBnOII
As ofiicial representatives, we
employ experts in the repair and
adjustment of electrical automo
tive equipment. We have special
tools and testing apparatus, ac
curate information from tiic fac
tory, use none but genuine parts,
and do prompt and careful work.
HARVEY & MOWER, Barre, Vt.
Mag
TODAY
TOMORROW
ONLY
so this is Paris
Aye if it be not the Louvre, the
Madeleine, Versailles, the Tuileries,
nor yet others of the daylight glories
of Paris you seek, but the tinseled
palaces of folly the Montmartre IS
Paris! - ,'
The Montmartre! Midnight-to-dawn
district of Paris! Iioul Mich,
IJal Tabarin, and most glittering,
most glamourous, most extravagant,
most notorious of them all Moulin
Rogue!
Come and be thrilled by the ttory
of a girl's sacrifice in Moulin Rouge 1
the notorious Red Mill of Paris! A
storv that has, proven its power to
thriil!
PYRAMID PICTURES, Inc
Presents
. i - . &4N.r t-
af m . .;i -.1 - -r
Sm.
Q
M
oeen -of the
otdin
R
oiuige
A Ray C. Smallwood Pyramid Production
ALSO- Days of Old - Buffalo Bill
Magnet Orchestra
Mat Daily, 2:15, Prices 15c.20c. Eve. 6:45, 9:00, Prices 20c, 25c.
WHERE GparamoimlQidures DOMINATE
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