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TIIK HAKHK DAILY TIMES, 11AIUIE.
VT. TUE SPAY, N O V EMU Ell U, r r 1 - i I mmmm Syrup Pepsin By 'u Hosts of Babies Half Uatpoonfal will nuk fretful yountter ksppy and playful THE mother has her choice of many remedies for her baby's minor ills, but she should bo care ful which remedy she selects lest she do the child harm. - JVhnt vA might bo safe for HrVk I'wwlf may do in fif$"h ' jury to an infant. t y yk You wiutinamat cnes ana aoesn i want to play that its bowels are con stipated. First look carefully to thn diet and trive the child one-half teaspoon! ul of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You will then see results m a few hours. You will not have to force it on babies or children; they actually ask for it, it is so pleasant-tasting and free from griping. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a compound of Egyptian senna and pepsin with agreeable aroma tics. The ingredients are stated, on the package. It is a mild gentle vegetable laxative that ev eryone finds effective and pleasant . It is better for you and yours than purgatives, coal-tar drugs, or salt rm si) MIDDLESEX W CI. Thornton spent Saturday arid Sunday with friends in SI. Albans. On account of the illness oi uie pas tor, Rev. J,. G. Sail is, no. service vee held at the M. E. church Sunday. Miss Dorothy Smith was ill with 1 jaundice several days lHt week. Georee Connor, jr., is guttering wun au abscess in his head. , Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Tillotson of Jl'JUfWsai a A Beautiful Complexion & Admiration Ladies A few days' treatment with CARTER'S LI Hi-- lavt-R will do more to clean up the skin than all tne beauty treat ments in crea CARTER'S n crea- vMI n im- r 1 1 com- by a IIP liver, j ' ation. An im ITTLE perfect IXIZR V piexton PILLS caused t:iu. 4 nni niH muni and middle sue. take them for Biliousness, Dizziness, Sick , Headache, Upset Stomacn ana lor oui I f S:"frj fainhu Skin. Thev end the Eiwvir - - misery of Constipation. Email Pill Small Dose Small Price iU ftintenB lSTluidDraolgj o uno r.i'.NT. ! AVecfabteParauon&rAs iTttmbotiniDi icuerODlam.MorptoenJ HlriiofG Am? l oss vr r. r yacSim&Sil" ( mi i i j i i.jui ii "I' "Hi I KJ U l 1TI Wil l i 4M1H ! t-. h V r 1 Exact Copy of Wrapper. thc etw ccwit. nzm rom cm. LEHIGH COAL We hate been fortunate in receiving a small shipment of this fine coal and are prepared to fill a limited number of one ton orders of same. This coal requires no recommenda tion to those who have been accustomed to use it. Those who need coal and have not had any this season should take the matter up with us at once and we will do our best to serve them. D. M. MILES COAL COMPANY Td 13.3, 140 North Main Street Loved ANY FAMILY MAY TRY iT FREE Thnvsanrli of parent are. at kin) Oiemtelvea, "Where can I find a truit worlhy taxalim that anyone in the family can u wlien eomhpalea.' I uro von to try Syrup rem in. I wilt iladly provide a liberal free, tample bottle, lufficieiU for an adequate tat. Write me where to lend it. Addreet Vr. W.H. Caldwell. 515 Waehinatnn St., Monlwcllo, Illuwu. Do it now! waters and powders, which may concentrate the blood and dry up the skin; or mercurial calomel, which may salivate and loosen the teeth. Use a safe laxative' like Syrup Pepsin, and especially for the children, for invalids, growing girls, nursing mothers, elderly people, and persons recently oper ated upon wno need bowel action with the least strain. M rs. Lillian Brenington of . WoodrufF, S. C, always gives her children Dr. Caldwells Syrup Pepsin, and Mrs. A. E. Blondin of Muskegon, Mich., will not have any other laxative in her home. . Your druggist will supply you, and it only costs a cent a dose. Try it in constipation, colic, biliousness, flatulency, headaches, and to break up fevers and colds.- Klmrlv Rill were week-end guc;s their son, Kay Tillotson, and ism.iy. Orvillo Wilder of Hartland has been a recent visitor at A..-C. Taplin's. W. IL Marshall spent the latter part of the week in Waitj-field. AtiKs Katrina Turney acted as nib- otitute in the Taplin school during the illness of Miss Smith. At the regular meeting of the P;i-ent-Teaeher association held Thursd.iy evening it was vot -' ' time of meeting from the ?eeond Thursday to the sccoiiu 'iut...i -ning in the month. 1 Mrs. X. M. Dihble entertained her Sunday school class at he home Sat urday afternoon. Games and music aero enjoyed, followed by refresh ments, all reporting a very fine time. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarold Bigelow and son of Washington were, visitors at Al bert Crane's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William " Endd and daughter of East Montpelier wer! cuests of Mr. and Mr. Koy French Sunday. Savory Zigman, who recently sold hia farm, has moved his family into the George Smalley tenement hen.!. ' I'liny Wisell and son, Webster, rnetit Saturday and Sunday in Burlington, where they visnted little Miss Carolina Wisell at the Mary Fletcher Hospital, whom they report as doing as well as can be expeeted. ' George Connor, jr., is reported to be one of the successful deer hunters. For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tho Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years 01 WAITSFIELD Representative-elect and Mrs. Ai Mc Cullough . Gave Reception. K'i-esentative-elect and Mm. Ai A. MeCullough gave a reception in South Fuyston school hall Friday night, at which there were over 200 present. The Masons and their families and other friend from .Wiiit'sfleld by in vitation of Mr. and Mrs. McCullough were present. Speeches were called for from Mr. McCulloiigh and George Hrnndfield and both responded in their turn by thanking the citizens for their support. Mr. (irandfield received ev prv vote -in Fuvstun, Lr0 fur county sheriff and in VVaitnnidd 230, leaving 28 vote lor the other two candidates. Mu-ie for entertainment and dancing was furnished by Mrs. Frank Smith, manist, Xcill McLaughlin, violin, and George Patterson, cornet. Cake, eof fee, doughnuts and served. '.' sandwiches were Charles Itew and K. L. Marshall are doing carpenter work on Mrs. Alice Connor's house. The regular meeting of Maple Re bekah lodge was held Saturday night when a new memlier joined by card. Mr, and Mrs. Child from Morctown (l about 30 members of the order. The nexf meeting will he held Xov. 2o, the first meeting when the nomination of officers will take place. After tho meeting re freshments were served. . Mrs. Elizabth Pierce 'is in - Burling ton a few days. Mrs. W. J. Palmer visited' her daughter, Miss Uasel, in Burlington Saturday. " , Charles Patterson of Warren was in Waitsfield Friday with the bear he trapped Sunday, Xov. 5, and the ev rn-pronjed huck he shot Wednesday. He also took h'n game to the school house for the scholars ,to see, which was a sight for some of them who had never seen a hear before. Mrs. Alma McAllister Teturnea nome fm Ytfiirren. where she hais been a cuest of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker. William II. Mar hall from Middle sex was in town last week. Miss Annie Dale and Miss Alice Robinson from Montpelier pent Ar mistiee day and Sunday with Miss Dale's mother and aunt, "Mrs. Addie Dale, and Mrs. Hattie Marshall. Harry Colby from Barre was a guest nt H. F. Joslin's last week. ' Mrs. John DeBoer was in Burling ton two davs last week. She leru e.s in a few days-fur Bookings,, K. D., to live. Mrs! Bert Lovcland visited her fa ther. Mr. Warren, in Stowe last week. Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. Downer and son Hciirv. were in UurliiiBton Sat urday to see the football game at the IT. V M. eammi'. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Stokes spent Saturday nijs;ht and Sunday at vr Howard's in St. Albans. Andrew Baird and Kdmund Boyee hnne over Sunday from the University of ermont. Mrs. A. H. Bowen is much better from her recent illness caused iro-u heart trouble. Sirs. Ellen Upham and daughter, Celiii. from Brookfiekl.' who have been visiting relatives in Waitsfield, re turned to their home Monday. M. F. I. Boyce was in Montielier Saturdav to see ft friend at Helton hospital. , T.ittlfi Bcverlr Graves spent last week in Randolph. ' Dentist will he at .Waitsfield Thurs day, Xov, 10. Please take advantage and have your work done, as I will be unable to make many more rips ow ing to bad roads. adv. SOVTU ROY ALTON A. 0. Whitharri visited South Tun bridge and Tunbridge village schools last Thursday in the interest of the First Xational hank school savings stamps department. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. ITearinz were in Hanover Friday. A harvest dinner and supper were served at "the Congregational church on Friday. Miss Bernice Flint was a visitor in Sharon Friday. Mrs. A. G. Whitham of White River Junction wa in town Friday to at tend the harvest dinner and supper. Rev. R. A. Fowles and family were in Windsor Armistice day. Mrs. Georiria Stevens of Gavville viited her gister, Mrs. A. B. Hutchin son, at Mrs. Theodosia. Mason' re centlv. Murray Ellis and Miss I.ucy Katon were married Armistice gay at nign noon at the F.aton home. Frank J. Donnhne of Middlebury, In the employ of the Sanliorn Map com pany of cw ork, was in town the lat of the week, making a new map of the village for insurance bnsine.-. Don Blnke of Woodstock was a v Itor in town Armistice day. Harold Barker was at his home here over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. n. Fowles of Shar on were business visitors here Satur day. Miss Ethel Thompson upcnt the end of the wepk with her sister, Miss Ada. at A. X. Merrill's. Adelaird Vezina, who had his thumb and Surer amputated at the Randolph sanatorium rreently, after a ahooting aorident, returned hqme Sunday. The B. S. A. held a court of honor at the M. K. church Siiiiy evening before a gid-izcd audience.- Merit badges and certificate were awarded and eMniinatifiits were held on the following subject machinery, pio neering, pu'dic health, personal health and bugle. The candidate ln were examined on the-e sutqet-ts were Rob ert Eatun. ( Earl Spaulding, Theo dore Fowles and Charles Paine, re spectively, the It named eandida'e being examined on the last two sub jects given. The candidates all pc.l TWO-TWO Two continued stories of hiph-grade fiction run in the Boston Globe every day. Have you read the Boston Globe today? The Koslon Globe is a re liable newspaper and should be read by all the members f your family. Dr. E. A. O'BRIEN. i I 3 tew 'At Is- iW '7f ,'A 1 'hs A Retired Doctor Gives Her Opinion T'ri..a V v. "I ran endorse every one of Dr. Pierce's remedies as thor-J oiiL'hlv reliable and I truly think they are the best there is. The 'Pleasant Pellet!' are a perfectly splendid laxa tive, mild, vet effective; and Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription is a tonic, and . nervine that is unequalled for women. The fact that these med wines are made entirely of roots and herbs, without alcohol, brought them to my attention years ago and I approve of every ingredient used in their manu facture." Dr. . JSMft.A., visrieii, hij Taylor St. You can always get Dr. fierce s family- medicines at your neighborhood dniK store in tablet or liquid torm. . . .. .... . . . ..J: 1 Send lUe lor trial pug. or iree mrua-a! advice to Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel in Bulfalo, N. Y. adv, , STOP RHEUMATISM .WITH RED PEPPEU When you are suffering with rheu matism so you can haraiy gei aounu just try lied Pepper Ku! ana you wiu have the quickest reliet Known. Nothing has such concentrated, pen etrating heat as red peppers, instant relief. Just as won a you appiy i-.cu Pepper Rub you feel the tingling beat. In three niiiiutes it warms the sore spot through and through. Fre-s the blood circulation, breaks up the con gestionand the old rheumatism tor ture is gone. Rowles lied Pepper Rub, mad.; from red peppers, costs little at any drug store. Oct a jar at once. Use it for lumbago, neuritis, backache, atilT ne-k, sore muscles, colds in chest. Almost instant relief awaits you. Be sure to act the pehuine, with the name Rowles on each package. adv. " ' SULPHUR WILL : CLEAR A RED, ROUGH SKIN Any breaking out of the skin, even fiery, itching eczema, can be quickly overcome by applying a little Menlh.i Sulphur, declares a noted skin special ist. Because of its germ destroying properties, this Bulphur preparation le gitia at once to soothe irritated 5-kiu anil heal eruptions such as rash, pim ples and ring worm. . It seldom fails to remove the tor ment' ami disfigurement, and you do not have to wait for relief from embar rassment. Improvement quickly shows. .Sufferers' from skin trouble should ob tain a small jar of Rowles Mentha Sulphur from any 'good druggist and use it like cold cream. adv. with high marks. Ernest Sleeper and Arthur Folsom brought a company of boy scouts from Tunhridge and 12 of the members of the recently formed girl acouts, with their captain. Miss McDonald, we're present and took part In the opening and closing exercises of the evening, v HANCOCK Mrs. Worth Shampeney and tLYee children of Rochester visited at the home of Mrs. James Goodyear the laat of the week. Miss Clara Taylor is acting as librar ian, the library being open Saturday afternoon and evening. Lloyd Church has closed his novelty mill snd is working for the Vail Novel ty Worka in Rochester, also Charles Hutcbins, Mark Curtis and Melvin Roberts, who formerly worked in the Church mill. t'arl Katon has been in Middlebury Tor several days, attending the Cox trial. Earle Hanks is among the lucky one to get a deer, this one having six points. Mr. and Mrs. George Buttles and tfco children visited relatives in Braintree and Randolph recently. G. R, Church is doing carpenter work in Rochester. Mr. snd Mrs. Leon Curtis of Brain tree have leen in town a few days of the deer season. Several from here attended the Vic tory ball in Rochester Friday evening. Lift Off with Fingers rvsa t Lutt a hit! Prrp a little "Freene-on sn sehinjr core, instantly J CORNS i II B I j iMir am;:.st a l:nr ncu oi : - - - - - W f.-r a few rents. ir,rM:rrt to. tea-W.n l. ,,nt SUj .t emove evry hard com. s-.ft er-m. orlGeorr- V.-i-sm- m s-.-.a.i Rs.. cn brtwer.7 tSe toe. .d the callua,' W ill Ahl ne oi Bsrre spe.t tie it'.wut aorenes. or imtatk n. Air. wk end st l.is home - . Laxatives Replaced By the Use of Nujol Nujol is a lubricant not a medicine or laxative so cannot urine. When your aro constipated, not enough of Nature's lu forioatinff liquid B produced In the bowel to kwp tho food waste soft and moving. , Doctors nre- scrlhe- Nujol because it acta like this natu-1 rnl lubricant and thus Te- p!.-;ces It, Try it to-dar. less TTlBRICANT-NOT A LAXATIVE) ; WEST BROOKFIELD Teams and auto trucks, are now busy hauling the Christmas trees to Ran dolph ready for shipment. . little enthusiasm was shown this side of the town last week lues day, only a few voters going and east ing their votes. Possibly - the weather had something to do about it. Idovd Haggett and family have noved" from town, also Fred Blanchard has moved his family ta lutiiignam.i where Mr. Blanchard has found em- ployment. , j Xot many reports as to deer Wiivg killed, but many are enjoying the cam per's life for a season, as there is a party on Cram hill, in David Abel's camp, also a goodly number are in Untiedt's camp which has recently been built on lamp hill, so caneu. ine first of la.st week a company of 21 en joyed a fine picnic dinner there and in so doing dedicated the camp. Sunday was Armistice Sunday and services were held in the morning at Fast Braintree. Mr. Woodbury, the pastor, preached a sermon appropriate for the day. This evening Col. F. V. Randall circle, Xo. 8, ladies of the G. A. R., will hold a meeting in the grange hall, rnn.liilates will be initiated and a ...mi ..-:..- w it. Io.Hps alst i refreshments will be served. .The luiblic is ir. ihK tiriH'ram anil to enjoy the refreshments. The village school gave a very fine social ai ine n-nuwiwiim """" i" night. A good program was given by the scholars, refreshments were served, games were played and even that fantastic witch which only makes her appearance once a year was there, as alMj a fortune teller. You could learn vour future for a nickel. The children enjoyed a fishpond, etc. The sum of $19. 47 was realized. Carl Bowman is gaining. He is how able to be out, but cannot use his hand at all. It is nearly six weeks since he has Wen able to work. Jack Haggett from Randolph vis ited hia mother over Sunday and Mon day Mrs. Dlrth and son. George, went to-Laeonia. X. IL, for the winter, where Mrs. Dirth has employment. Mrs. Leon Cram visited her parents at Xorthfield Falls the flmt of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trime and daughter, Miss haran, visueu sirs. Minnie, tamoeri in - fl.vton Cover of Nortnnei.i is spell ing some time at Charles Prime's. rinrt- Knowles betran worn Monuay for Mr. Dorsey in Roxbury, cutting Christmas trees. NORTH MONTPELIER Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clark and Mr snd Mrs. Francis Byron ere in Ivje gate Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Shepard nf Mont pelier called on Miss' Elsie Clark lust Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Story of Swan ton visited at E. C. Hill's recently. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Orr w?-e th guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Van Persons Sunday. Mrs. Arch Lamphere, Mr. C. V. Spaulding. Mrs. Walter Bowen, Mrs. lark. Mrs. Edward Walker, M-.t. Lewis Coburn and Mr. and Mrs. Georg- Kelton attended the oonveBtion at r.asi Montpelier last week Friday. All re ported a very good time. Ed. Xve has been confined to the house this past week, but is some let ter now. ' i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paige of Plain field were thc guets of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Pitkin Sunday. George L. Prav of Barre was in Ine place lat Saturday. Mr. snd Mrs. nenry Barton of Fsys t'on called at Wesley Benjamin" Sun day. Charles Stoddard snd boys were at Edgar Stoddard's Sunday. Miss Xra Ellis was home over the enil of the week. Mrs. Ellen OlmVtead is visdting h-r aunt, Mrs. Ed. Nye. Mr. ami Mrs. John Emery 'nave n -cently visited their daughter in W: eott. George E. Pray and Burton Holt went to Claremont, X. H, Saturday. Mise Avis Bowen and Ia!el Young spent the week end at their hom?s n Barton. A number from here attended the plsv pivrti by the Plsinflcld hiph school last Saturday even in jr. Kacfc one ac'.vl their part in a creditable manner and It ws much enjoyed by all. NORTH RANDOLPH C. E. Tsft and family spent Sunday t C. H. Taft's in Rojsltnnt Mrs. Edith Wslbridj.- and fHe danehter f Randolph and Mi Gladys M;y of nne t;it were re cent visitors st Mr. F. C. Cne". The ladies of the Hill Birthday club were t nlertsined by Mr. Arthur Tarker st dinner Tuedy. 1., r A ";tt re'ntlr isi;el her I .... .. Vr. j.... Lnvette. and ' r UliUt i ' 1 . i Auimunt, nrd fnllv recovered from .the effects of an operation for the re 'moval of tonsils performed last week, Rev. C. E. Hayward occupied the ,pul pit at the Community church Sunday morning preaching an excellent sermon ' upon the topic, "To Everyone, Accord ing to His Capacity." Miss Velrna Cochran, acted .as - organist. An Armistice day program, carried out Satimlav afternoon at the audi torium . by., the H. H. Smith Relief corns assisted by the pupils of the grades and the- rural schools, was in charge of the patriotic instructor, Mrs Beulah Foster,; and included a. iflag exercise bv the first and second Igra'deaj dialogue by the west hill i school; piano solo, Hazel Gibbs; salute j to the flag, West branch school; ex jercises by the North and South Hol ! low schools; - tlie ' third and fourth err a Am nnrl fifth and sixth crades; vo cal solos, Prin. C5 J. Strand and Miss Pauline Franklin; reading, Armistice day proclamation, Mrs. Janet Adams; recitation, Bernard Fuller; address by Dr. G. L. Bates of Morrisville. Prizes of $1 each were given by the corps to school having highest per cwit pres ent, to the South Hollow school, Dor othy Shepard, teacher; school having the be?t singing, the West branch Bohool, Mrs. tranet Adams, teacher; to school having best exercises, the first and second grades. Miss Susan A. Biuelow. - teacher. .Mrs. C. A.'Rdey, l Mrs Mrs. M. C. Lovejoy and Miss Gladys Markolf of ' the, high school acieu ass judges. : ' At the annual meeting of the Stowe branch of the New England Milk Pro- J clucers association Saturday evening, ' j. n. McKinley was elected president, A. K. Kiketson secretary mm iicnn er. (i. S. Cale and Lewis Latuch dele Bates to the county meeting at .Mor risville on the 21th.- Mr, McKinley returned Saturday from Springfield, Mass., where he represented Lamoille county at the Xew England meeting of the association. ' The literary program at the meet ing of Manfield Mountain grange on Saturday evening was in charge of Ralph H. Stevens, contest captain, and included an addre-s on Armistice day by Carl D. Strand, a paper by Mrs. liclla Tomlinaon, recitation by Mrs. Carrie Slavton. songs by Mr. and Mrg. Fred McCarthy, readings by Mrs. Stevens and Xcllie Cieorge, diaeussion of the best dairy cows by Milo ft. Hill and other. An all-day meeting will he held on the 25th. , Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Smith and son, w-iito returned Sunday iront w j grles, CaL, where they , pasd five Mrs. Miss -ppk wun Jir. rinnm ., j-i..:. IT..,.-itt I heir aauanier. IsalwrSmiwi, remameu lor au ihucu- e stay. Miss Verna Stockman returned on Saturday from the Fanny Allen hos pital, where she-had a successful oper ation. Donald Douglass parsed the week end with John Bosrdman in Burling ton. o..U TT Harris 1.AS IJlOVed his family from St. Johnnbury in with his fat he?, Fred H. Harris, at the lower village. Mr. Harris expects to have employment in Xew ork; his family will remain in town for a few months. Mrs E. X. Bailey and daughter, Mi-s 1-aura Bailey, have gone to Bur lington to pass the winter with Mr. Bailev, who is employed there, by A. W. Christianson, formerly of Stowe. ROCHESTER , Mr. and Mrsi Frank Vail have moved to Springfield, where Mr. ail has a posivnm with the Springfield electric railway. The Emerson study group resumed their work last week: The class w-11 meet every Monday afternoon at 2:' o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mary An drews Connor. Kile T. Stockwell and Miss Lillian Brown were married Oct. 30 at thJ home of the bride's brother, Frank Brown, of Xew Haven, Conn. Mr. ana Mrs. Stockwell have returned from their wedding trip and will live at the Stockwell home. Mrs Vina (iibson has gone to Forest dale to spend- the winter with her daughter, Mary Gibson, who is teach ing there. Edward Tucker of Port Henry, X. Y., has been a recent guest of his father, Slatk Tucker. A trained nurse from Rutland is caring for Rev. E. E. Bobbins, who re mains sboitj thc Mine. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Austin have been visiting frjends in northern New York. Mrs. Luther Bailey has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Clifford Knapp, and family of Pittsfield. Dolpb Swinyer shot 22 partridges during the open season. Miss Bertha Bobbin is teaching in Barnard. Edjiar nutchins has moved his fam ily from north hollow to his father's h.ne. lately vacated by Mr. Konyon and family. Mr. jmd Mr. E. H. Edgerton wer in Burlington for the end of the week. BERLIN The' townspeople of Berlin will give public reception Vcdneday evening, Xov. 15. at the town hall to their representative-elect and ife, Mr. and Mrs. Esrl Hsyden. Ladies please bring rake or sandw ichc. Building Bone is equally as important as? 6 buUdins flesh. Foods that S assist Nature, fix lime in Ihs g bonesand teeth are essential. I SGOtfs Emulsion Sol pure ntamlne.bearlnzg cod-liver oil contains, I rf ments that eneriize I the body and cssuf ti in t'lfi formation of I j strong benesand tound teeth 3 Four Generations Helped to better health by this time-tested laxative. , Grandma srave It to her children who are to day's mothers and fathers; they continue to " . v take.it and give it freely to their children. So it goes a favorite for over 70 years r Tree's The True Family Laxative It makes men. women, an4 children better fitted foi life's work. To get the best out of -life one must keep in good health and to do that the bowels must perform their proper function. Dr. True'a Elixir, the True Family Laxative, promotes the natural action-of the stomach and bowels and thereby assists nature - in guarding the health and comfort of the family. The herbs used in its preparation are imported and of strictly pure quality; Insist on Dr. True'a Elixir. v 40c 60c $1.20 , BRADFORD H. W. Hastings was elected town representative to the legislature at, the election Nov. 7. William Gove and family have moved to Keene, X. H. Miss Helen Gilmour has returned to the Posee Normal School ot uyronas- ties in Boston. , Mrs. Emma Kenyon' has gone to Lynn, Mass., where "she will spend the winter. v . Mrs. Mary Lynch of Boston is vis iting her sister, Mrs. Frank C. Worth en. and other relatives in town. Rev. and Mrs. T. P. Frost have gone CI5Q1P For Constipated Bowels, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Bilious Liver The nicest cathartic-laxative In the world to physic your liver and bowels when you have dizzy headache, colds, biliousness," indigestion or upset, acid stomach is candy-like "tasearets. une two to-night will empty youx bowels The Greatest Triumph IP As TRIFLING WOMEN Ah Evening of Exciting Entertainment. A Gorgeous and Glittering Exhibition, with a Big Cast of ALL STARS! Also TOR PENT HAUNTED" PATHE NEWS Jf XV TO-MORROW tp THURSDAY f Ml ' ' ir.TTW a wamount Qidure p Mats Daily 2:13: Prices 10. 17c Ere. 6:4o, 9: Trices r Elixir to Attleboro Springs, Attleboro, Mais., here they will spend the winter. Prof. Arthur Wright spoke to a good-sized audience Sunday evening in the school hall on the. subject of "Par ents and Education." , , .'.'.'''' V. Inside Information. "Yes, sir, it's pretty hard collecting money just nowj I know it.' "Have you tried and failed I" "O.no." "How, then, do you know that money is hard to collect t" "Because several people have tried to collect money from me." Stray , Stories. completely by morning, and you will feel splendid. "They work while you sleep." Cascarets never stir you up or gripe like salts, pills, calomel or oil nnv thev cost only fen cents a box. I Children love Cascarets too. adv. TO-DAY 1 ONLY of Rex Ingram's Career. 0 " - X.Y