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TJ1K JJAJUIK DAILY T1MKS, BA1UIK, VT. ,' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1922.
Nash Lads the World in Motor Car Valut Touring Model 'Six Cylinders Five Passengers Reduced Price $1240 ill f " I!-J''" "' iilu"v5f?55 0dfoy The newly improved Nash now em bodies a number of im portant refinements and developments that urge your immediate visit to our showrooms. For .ex ample, there is a new steering mechanism. And a new-type cowl ventilator is introduced just for ward of the windshield. - Come and see them all before our allotment is sold. The price has been reduced to $1240. FOURS and SIXES Reduced Prices Range from $915 to $2190, f. o. b. Factory M EAST CORINTH jir. aim airs. A. J. .luck mail wenr railed to liurliiiRton Thursday after noon by the critical HIihmm of Mrs. Arthur VVondard from kU 'hIoiiph, for which she underwent an operation Sat urday morning. Mrs. Woodard's many friends hear that, upon Mr. Jackman'ti return Sunday Jio reported that the operation wiv wieceBHful and while by no means out of danger ulie ntood a good chance for recovery. A good many from thin part of the town attended the special town meet ing Monday. There waa an unusually good num ber out to corps meeting last Sat urday,, " , Hallowe'en was celebrated Uert by thj children having a Jack-o-larjtern parage, Monday evening and some ex ercises in school Tuesday afternoon, and in the evening a party for the children was" given in Community ball. About fifty children and a numler of :grown-up attended. Appropriate games vera played and fortunes told. To inose big pans of popped corn and plate of j fudge were placed on the floor and the children gathered around - them and thought it was good fun. B. P. Boyce and family are taking a. week's trip to Granville, Brandon and other places, visiting relatives. I. M. WoTthley and Ralph Carter were in Woodsville, N. II., Wednes day to have dental work done. There is to be a service in the church Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. It ; ia hoped there will be a large attendance as something interesting is planned. Itev. E. P. Cutler and wife and jun ior were in town over night Wednesday 1 .L ..1- u a. . miu cuiieu oh nmiie 01 mrir om menus on their way back' from their vaca tion, spent in Maine, to their parish in tast Hampton, uiin, f " , BRADFORD OUR ANCESTORS TREATED - CONSTIPATION NATURALLY Constipation is as old as the world. Moht people must fight it from birtli to death. Some use harsh cathartic1 or metallic drugs that force relief, but do not strengthen the, organs so that they perforin their functions normally. Our early arTt'estors turned to Nature for pleasant relief. From herbs, barks, roots and leaves blessed with laxative properties, they prepared a pleasant, ef fective extract. Such a remedy as our forefathers made is Dr. True's Elixir, the True Family Laxative and Worm Expeller. . Prescribed for his patients originally seventy -one years ago by Dr. J. F. True, a conscientious Maine conn-1 try doctor, it has become a household favorite. Contains pure extracts of im ported, herbs that purify the bowels as they cleanse. Used over TO years. 40e 60c $1.20. 'adv. RANDOLPH th?y with MOTHER Open Child's Bowels with "California Jig Syrup" ' TOO KELLY & NELSON Nash Distributors for Washington, Orange, Lamoille, Chitten den and Grand Isle Counties - Telephone 170 BARRE, VERMONT. o WORCESTER Theron Hatch has finished gardener at the Morrison liarre for this season and home. Leon Damon has moved from work as farm in returned the CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Slgnatur of Hatchelder house to the parsonage for the winter. Miss Blanche Grey has commenced her work In Montpelier. Miss Hose Woodward commenred her school again Monday after a few weeks' illness. Mrs. John Morley returned Sunday from Orleans, where she had been vis iting her father and sister. Mrs. Roy Grey has moved into the lrouse with Mrs. Ada Witham for the winter. Mrs. Carrie Templeton is spending few weeks with her son, Clare Temple- ton, in Montpelier. Charles Gymer has purchased the Charles Batehelder housi in the vil lage. Carlisle BuzPll is moving from the Little farm to Kast Randolph. Mrs. George Putnam has returned from Burlington after spending a week with relatives in that vicinity. Mrs. P. J. McNamara spent last Thursday at Newbury, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Taggart. Paul Morrison and George Z wicker of Ifartland were in town on Sun day. ' Airs. Thomas Kastman has .returned home from Hanover hospital. ' , ' Mrs. Henry Staples -has been spend ing a few days with her daughter, Mm. Harry Rugg, of Orford, N. II. Mrs. Fred Magoon of Orange is the guest of her sister, Mrs. II. F. Ilutch ins. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eaton were at Woodsville on Tuesday. The many friends of Irving Libbey will be glad to know he has so far recovered frqin his recent illness as to be able to go down street. ' TOPSIIAM v Hurry mother! Even a sick child loves the "fruity" taste of "California Fig Syrup" and it- never fails to open the bowels. A teapoonful to-day may prevent, a sick child to-morrow, if con stipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, has cold, colic, or if stomach is sour, tongue coated, breath bad, remember a good cleansing of the little bowels is often all that is necessary. - Ask your druggist for genuine "'Cali fornia Fig Syrup," which has directions for babies' and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother t You mut say amornia or you may get an UIlilHlHfU Jig fflUIJ. ItUV. T Mr. and kinson, N. Rowland's. Mrs. Harry Tuttle of At II., are vi.-iting at R. D. George Merritt was in Groton -Tuesday. The social dance last Friday eve ning was largely attended and a good time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. " Richard Webster spent' last week with her sister, Mrs. Bernie j Titus, of Woodsville, N. H. " ' Henry Bowen, Kenneth and Ora Una I t I-,l.,.V.iU uf w, ,.,,!.,,. IMM wi-Mfc t-v v. hiaw ..... mctw KJMi.ua;,. Jlr. and Mrs. Jacis, rennington are DYE OLD DRESS COAT, SKIRT WITH "DIAMOND DYES" . lie nil tilt H v in. .intc ii i ...' v . 1 1 0 j over the trees in town "for survey and l moth have flushed their survey and . makinir their home with Henry Bowen IF SICK, TAKEGASCARETS" Clean Your Bowels! End Headache, Biliousness, Colds, Dizziness, Sour, Gassy Stomach To clean out your bowels without cramping or overacting, take Cascarets! You want to feel fine; to be quickly free from sick headache, diziinesn, bil iousness, colds bad breath, a sour, acid, gassy stomach, constipation. One or two Cascarets, anytime, will start the bowels acting. When taken at night the bowels work wonderfully in morning. Cascarets never sicken or inconveni ence youTiext day like pills, calomel, raits or oil. ' Children love Cascarets too. 10 cent boxes, also 25 and 60 cent sizes. ' Any drug store. adv. gone to Stowe. 1 hey report finding one month on the Irving Harris farm. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Rivers were recent visitors in Concord. Mn. M. C. Max ham was in Johnsbury the first of the week. St. Washington for the winter. "FORWARD, MARCH!" The happiest people are those who, in whatever sphere of life, continue to go forward. Mis Phyllis McDonald spent the end of the week from her school in West Xewbury with her psrejits, Mr. and Mrs. Norman McDonald. Allex Nixon has "moved his family from V. O. Arnnlil'K tenement tct Kn ife ne Ordway's house. IThe business man Next Sunday -will be observed as ' when his DUSjneSS All fniuls nav in tlie I niversanst The inventor is happy bo long as he can overcome new ob stacles, devise new mechan isms, go forward. , church in Washington. The pastor, Rev. C. .A. Simmons, will interrupt his series of sermons on the ten com mandments to preach a special ser mon appropriate to the occasion. Pun- day school at noon. Frank Clough has ' been suffering from a very severe quinsy sore throat. Lawrence Seaver returned f lome last night from Williamstown, Mas., where be has been employed for the past few months. - Mr. and Mrs. II. II." Brown and daughter, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bowen and family, went last Friday to Barre, where they will yisit for a few days before returning to their home in East Hatley, P. Q. is happy shows a healthy growth and a balance on the right side of the ledger. Everybody finds satisfaction in getting ahead financially in being a little better off this year than last. A growing savings account in The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company, Mont pelier, Vermont, will give you a feeling of satisfaction and will be worth to you all that it may cost in effort and sacrifice. Why not start now? Kach package of "Diamond Dyes' contains directions so simple any wom an can tlye or tint her worn, shabby drrtses. skirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, draperies, hang ings, everything, even if she has nevejr dyed before. Buy "Diamond Dyesno other kind then perfect home dyeing is sure because Diamond Dyes are guar anteed not to spot, fade, streak or run. Tell your druggist whether the mate rial yon wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton or mixed goods. adv. Your Druggist keep Pinkham'a Compound. does not He sells it. During the year 1920, nearly 3,000, 000 bottles of this medicine were shipped from the factory at Lynn, Massachusetts. There is also a brauch in Canada and one in Mexico. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound has the largest sale of any med icine for women's ailments. Every day, more and more women are proving its worth. Made of selected roots and herbs, this compound Contains no harm ful drugs and can be taken In satety ry any woman. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Kli Rault left here on Thursday for Snriniifleld. where tl ii!) uru.nl Hin lime until MolldaV their son, Clarence bauit, ana iamuy. The funeral of the late Alva Bohon non was held at the homeN of Mr. and Mrs, Alva Campbell on the Highlands, Rev. R. H. Moore officiating and the body will be taken to Washington for burial. Mr., Bolioniiou was 72 years of age and has lived in this vicinity for years. Ho was formerly at the Sol diers' home. Ho served in the Civil war, enlisting from Washington June 4, 18114, in Co. I, 0th Vt.t and was mustered out, Dec. 1, ISoo. He wat never married and ins nearest relatives are nenhews ana nieces, . jurs. t . Campbell being a niece. Mr. II. M. Hibliard was summoned to Windsor on Thursday by the illness of her sister. Mrs. Earl Hibbard, who has been ill for two weeks. The auction of the stock and farm ina: tools of Silas Dashnaw last Thurs day was larcely attended and the cat tie brought fair prices. The farm has not yet been sold. N. N. More & Son started their flour mill the first of the week and expect to run it a longer time than last year, as there is quite a supply of the wheat. Dr. and Mrs. J, P. Gifford returned Tuesday from a ten days' stay iu Bos ton and New York, being brought from Brandon by Superintendent r.. U. Ham The ladies' aid society of the Baptist church cleared- 835 from their chicken pie supper last week. . .' Mr. and Mrs. Jr. O. Mernheld o Grafton Visited their daughter, Mrs. M P. Morse and family and aIo their son who resides here over Sunday. Mr, Merrifield L'ave a vocal solo at the music hall on Sunday evening which was much enjoyed. G. II. Slack has sold to Delbcrt Scrib. ties two lots which join his on Maple street. Gcoru-e N. Billings sustained a frac tured small bone of the left leg when he was injured in the basement of the - - -. , . . . . i .i'ii U. J. vail fore last weeK. iur. uni inirs was cuttinir a piece of iron with heavy shears when the iron broke throwing Mr. Billing. ...The ligaments were also torn "off. Mrs. Harry Talro of Franklin, N. H., canie Tuesday to visit, her friends, Mr, and Mrs. B. C. Spooner. L Mr. and Mrs.'M. M. Wilson are pass ing the week m Boston, leaving nere on Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Risser of Blackwell, Okla., were over-Sunday tniot of their uncle and aunt, W. is. and Miws Katherine Crane. lr. Risser is a member of the American college of surgeons and had been in Boston to attend the-surgeons convention. ' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Joslyn are pre ! narinir 'i to leave t heir home here the carlv nart of next week and will give j nonaction of their home to the grand chapter of Vermont, who purchased it i last summer for an Eastern Star home. (The Joslyns will go tq Florida for the next six months and probably will re- i turn to Vermont in the spring for A I time at least. J. L. Hutchinson and Miss ellle Hutchinson, who accompanied Pauluw Hutchinson to Boston last week, left her there for treatment, and have ri turned home. Kiles P. Stockwell and wife of Roch ester wore the guests of the former's brother, C. J. Stockwell, and family this week. 1 lr. L. A. Russlow attended the an nual meeting of the medical society at Watcrbury Monday and was elected vice-president. Martin Luther Scott, son of Dr. and Mr. O. W. Scott, and Miss Grace Trowhey of St. Albans were united in marriage at the Congregational par sonage in Palmer, Mass1., Sutiday aft ernoon. A few friends only witnessed the ceremony. They will reside in Palmer, where Mr. Scott has a good position. . EAST ORANGE ' Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hutchinson of Bradford were at E. L. Sanborn's the last of the week. Pearl Blake of Waita Ricr visited her friend, Miss Dorothy Rich ardson, recently. Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Simpson and V Third Generation is Using Syrup Pepsin 1LvIY . m N stter Lixstir cia replies Dr. CM' Wefl't ia tbt confideaet tl , taoie wbe ai it THERE are thousands of healthy, robust young men and women who have never in all their lives taken any other laxa tive for constipation than Dr. . '!,! 11 ' U parent were , given it cy ineu parents; the grandparents are using it today. It is the one lax ative ideally suit ed to all the fam ily, safe for the little ones, effec-' tive in grownups, so compounded that elderly people, who are con stantly forced to take a laxative because the intestinal muscles are weakening, find increased dosage unnecessary. This wonder ful constipation remedy bas been used continuously for 30 years, and over 10 million bottles are now sold annually, the largest selling family laxative in the ' worldl the cost averages but a cent a dose. Every druggist sells it. and under a guarantee to do as claimed or your money trill be ,: refunded. Millions of carefully conducted homes are never without a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. ) - ANY FAMILY MAY TRY IT FREE Thontandt of parent art tukinf Biemtelm, " Where can find a trtul mtrihy laxaiiee thai anyone in the family tan u when eonttipaled?" I urge you to try Syrup Pent in. I U'dl filadly provide a liberal free tample battlertujjicieni for an attentate iett. Write me where 'to tend it. Addrea Dr. W. H. CaUtmll. 515 Waihintton St., Moniieelto, Illinois. Do ii now . Mr. J. B. Belk of Shaw, Miss., relies on it entirely to keep his children in health, and Mrs. Catherine Connolly of Jersey City, N. J., declares that not only her solf but all her neighbors and friends use it and tell others about it. There is scarcely a day that someone in a family does not need it for constipation, flatulency, auto-intoxication, biliousness, in testinal poisoning, headaches, colic and cramps, and to break up fevers and colds.' Dr. CalTweH'a Syrup Pcpiin ia a scientilically-balanced com pound of . Egyptian senna with pepsin and pleasant-tasting aromatics. , The formula is on the package. , As the popularity of this natural vegetable laxative increases, the public discards the harsher physics like calomel, coal- 4 tar in candy form, salt waters and powders. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin empties the bowels more cleanly and without any danger. mi '22 1, son, Harry, were Jn Jiast Uonnta on Saturday on business. . . . Nat Abbott and family were visitors in tlie place recently. The family of E. H. Wood have va cated their farm here and moved to Barre;' Mr. Wood is working at Marsh- field on the highway. Claude Clark is wearing an extra smile of late, jve understand, caused by the arrival of a son at his home Oct. 25. Mrs. Henry Hood of West Topsham is caring for Mrs. Clark and baby. ' . W. M. Prescott and R. H. Blake were in torintli iuesaay. , Bagley Abbott and son and Charles Metcalf of East Corinth were in the place recently buying cows. ' Kalyh Thurston of West Topsham was a visitor in the- place haturaay. A. E. Prescott and son, Earl, have been doing carpenter work for Frank Hutchinson in East Corinth the past week. H. M. Wilson, a cattle buyer from I Massachusetts, was at' Fred FisTier's recently, buying ten pf his herd of Jersey cows, which were Bhipped from Piermont Saturday, Fisher brothers and F. A. Burroughs delivered them for shipment, driving them from Dr. Dow's farm, where Mr. Fisher resides. Fred Sargent of East Barre wvs a visitor here recently. Herbert Beede was in Waits River Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richardson vis ited friends in East Corinth recently. Dr. Thomas, a 1 veterinary from Bradford, was at Fred Fisher's the last of the week, testing cows. Claude Clark and Glenn French were in Barre Monday, the 23, moving fur. niture etc., for Mrs. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. George MVDuffy of Waits River were" visitors .here Sat urday. Clarence Moulton and family have ting settled at their farm, which they moved here from Barre and are get recently purchased of Archie Button. MAGNET TO-DAY and SATURDAY Poscaflla Deam IN A STUPENDOUS riCTURIZATION OF "WILD" H O N E Y" MAGNET ORCHESTRA Also i LIVE V1RES" PATIIE ?sEWS ' Mats. Daily 2:15. Ere. 6:45, 9:00. Trices 15c, 20c Prices 20c, 25c. WHERE GammoiinlQidurcs PREVAI L SAW AY SPECIALS Fishman's 12 on quart sale 300 extra heavy Galvanized Pails Saturday, November 4th. Regular price, 49c, Satur day, each 25c. 200 very good quality House Brooms, 69c value, on sale Saturday,. 49c each. Sale will begin at 9 A. !v ill H. FISH Barre's Greatest Money Saving Store TO DAY AXU SATURDAY His Cowboys Rode Motorcycles Instead of 1ronchos ! A LAUGHING, thrillinp: romance of the red-blooded West. Two favorite stars in Clyde Fitch's great est play. 7 Croving Children are often troubled with Feverishness, Constipation, Headache, Stom ach troubles. Teething disorders and' Worms. At .such times thou sands of Mothers use MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET for CHILDREN and find they give certain reliet They tend to break up colds. Ueanse tne stom ach, act on the liver and bowels and give healthful sleep. Easy, to give and oleasant to take. Used by Mothers lor over 20 j Hk ye"". 1 D Not Arrtpt Any Substitute lor, JH0TBU CRAY'S SHUT FOWDEIS. rM0VM rf e. vnamr Marq Miles Mincer "Tbm Moore Also -CO GET 'EM HUTCir TRAVELAUGHS Mats. Daily Prices 10c, 17c. Eve. 6:43. 9:00. Trices 17c 22c HOME OF Cpammounl PICTURES A Visit From Santa Glaus T3RINGS HAPPINESS IF YOU JOIN THE Baldwin Xmas Piano Savings Club 15 to 20 per cent discount. 3 years to pay. A permanent investment in the education of your children and entertainmnt of your frinds. Songs and the latest dances will keep the young people interested and produce unlimited pleasures. The tremendous production of our new factories makes it possible for you to select your piano now for Christmas. SAVE THE DIFFERENCE Regular Payments Start February 1st, 1923. ' Pianos to Suit. any 'Purse. COME IN AND SEE US. Open Evenings by appointment. Lamorcy's, Dear Sirs: Without obligation on my part please fend me catalogue Special prices and full information about your sale and Christmas club. Name Addre; Lamorey's, 1 1 PJ. Slain SI. Xls RKl(rin i tt cficUl Tp f tb Osk-jn Grn4 Oprm Co. and Artit.