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CALEDON'IAN-RECORD, FRIDAY, MARCII 19, 1920
PAGE FIVD Peaple Have A Daily Health PreMem Ma tomach muscks and digesti ?. cvs slow to act ao sgo adv&nccs OST poopln fimi the yeara ipping iy v iMiout rciil- i.mg it, urlìi siMiij"i)!y confronl'M with thef.iet. ihat they li no Imig'-r digest cve.i yi bing they would likc to rat. lt then hi.'comrs their ()::i!y Vtsk to avoid whnt they know lo bot.hronic cort stipntion. When rxercise. oi'l lighl diot fai! il will Ih; mre?sary lo ivsnrt to orlifitinl mentis. Strong phy.'.ics fini! cnthartics, howevrr, are not nth isahliiforcldt rly profili. They act too powerfully and a feeling of weaLries3 resulls. Whnt is nerdcd ir, n I.'xativo contufriing olTerlivc boi. niild proprrlit's. This is l'est fonivi in Dr. C.nldwcH's Srnp l'ip?:i whirh is a combinai iou of .simili' luxativo berlo wit h pcpsin. It act gcntly and withont griping, nvl used a few days vili traili the digestiva orgnns tu ilo their work nitiurally again without o'1it eii'. Dr. Caldwell'n Syrup Fvpsin haa Lem on tbe market sirice K!'2 and w;is the private forinola of Dr.W.B. Caldwell, wlio is hiitr-elf fere VtsJ , M Tk -r j.m-l lOyrrrrs of ff:i .:i;tJ f lill .'.tivr in bis prof'-ssiu:!. 1 c:iii l o l,iii!ht nt a:y dm;; s(r! acd o:i'.' JhoVlo i.i niouh to Just ''vcn a lar;;o f ,-TV'r.y in inl.l'.i. It is a triLUvvóriby prppiin tioa. , Iit $pUe cf t!s f,,ct thtt Dr. Cali. v.'cìl's Sr. :t;; Pcs'.n i; the larnest sciiing lijrJd laxatìvi i:i the udif, thjre Ititi.? over 6 milion bottlcs scLl caci v.ur, man v ho nced ks bcncfiu have not yet nsed it. ìfyou have not, senti your itimi aì acU-vss ut c ree trial botile to Dr. P. CcldiiwI, 5rr Vv'asiinrtoii Mj?'.:ic.'!io, Mirali. j JIr.s. J. Rolf Scarlcs cntcvtaincl moiT.iiiir bj, the death of Mrs. Clif u frroup of frientls at ber home ai foid Youn. She i:i v.cil ìTnicmboi-- clinner on 1 nursduy evening. Those from St. JohiiL bury were Mrs. Arcbic D Wilcomb, Mrs. Elbeit E. Gairc, Mrs. Charles fì. Rathbun, Mis. A. E. Ashcraft, Mrs. C. Boy Calder- j wood while the out of town gue-it : wtre Mrs. Rayìo:id Worthen ani Mrs. Ilorace Bailev of W'eUs River. John I) Hall of Berlin, N. II., ii ! visitimi friends bere and at North eveninp,. Tho eveuing was spent NOWFREE FROM PAEN ; Danvillc. I Mrs. George Lachancc and Mrrs. i John A .-ii;lin aie working at the new I shirt factory. Charles Beun, who has boen in Brii'btlool; hospital tha nast fiv ed herc as Miss Florence Kimball be foie sh.e married Mr. Young. Don't forget that Henàult's orches tra plays in Cable's hall. Lyndonville, ; Miss Mattie Jordan cijtertaine.l , Lydia E. Pinkharn'a Vègeta, the "Ariington Hoodoo club" at her i ble Compound Frèes Another nome on ci. .jonn oueer, x nurs iay ; Wnmnt From Q,ffr ncr w a Viti 9 a y Mfm capturfcd by Mr. and Mrs. Luther l Barontio, N. ,T. "Hcforc I wiis mnr- t oster and ine consoiation pnzcs ' '"'u 1 Miucrna a great tifai mi ju-rioai went to Miss Loretta Lockhart Charles l'Edward Iloai. Mrs. G II. Drew who has been in wooks, was abietto go to hrs home ri, the Deaconnc-s hospital at Boston Valdrn Tliursday. the past few weeks for an opei-ation ' Herbert Lachance of Berlin is here carne home Tkursilay veiy mudi ' visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. ( better. j Charles Lachance. ; George H. Stanton of North Dan Mrs. Clayton Daniels was called : villo was bere on business Thursday nway by t li a death of ber brothe., and to sce bis daughter, Miss Marion; James Montgomery. Stanton, who is gaining from bcr! II. M. C'ounsell is home from a trip recent ìllnes cnl li a i n s. J liad jiaini in iny r.idff ami back and also !iail ac!i:'S. and gol yno Veal: I rnnM not do nnytliing. I tuok Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Co ni pouud ainl soon fclt bett'-r. Now I om marrìcd and have two little boys. Jle f o r e tlie first mie cuuie i was weak St. Johnsbury Locals Harry M. Day returne 1 from ti; n automobile show in Boston Thursday. A. F. Lawrence, road commissione;-, and S. L. Grant, sclcctman, accom panied him on the trip and while there they bought of Mr. Day a 2'2 ton Sclden truck to be used'ou the ioads of St. Johnsbury this summer. D. D. Beau, who is enjoying sum- ! nicr wcatber in St. I'etersburg, Fla., recer.tly won the domino contesi there in Williams Paik. held by the Sunshina Checkers, Chcss and Ilom ir.o club. Lentcu services will be held at St. Andrew's parish at 7.'0 this even ing with a dissertation on St. Jobn's Gospcl David E. Portcr, weiè called to Bra tleboro Frnday by the illness of tbeii father, Perry Portcr. Charles Bartlett of Danville was bere on business for the Armour Co. Fri lai-Miss K NEW STAR RESTAURANT y The White Spot on the Avenue the house of Boiled Live Lobsters. JUST RECEÌVED À Shipment of Live Lobsters and different Sea Foods. As for Steaks and Chops ve use the veiy best the market affords.' QUALITY, QUANTITY, CLEANLINESS AND SERVICE TIIAT'S THE STAR RESTAURANT Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vt. to Boston. Paul 1. Gilman is home from a vis- ìt to lioslon. Miss Margaret Paino" loft Friday for allingford to visit her friend, Mrs. Louis- Hall, a few days. Mrs. F. B. Richards left Friday for New York to be absent for te.i days. i is here visiting her sister, Miss Sauio 'ÌIrs A. F Morse who has becn ' LeMear for a few; days. here visiting returned to her home; Mrs. "Alice Putnum of Montpelier in Barnet Friday. Major Thomas Murphy rf Was-o-i" -m- r.gton, ropresentnK 'the V:r Risk Ir. . MA ME "RAVFR OM auance bureau, vas Ut S'. Johnsbury lirllTlLl Ufi 1 Lill Vii Tliuiurlav in coni creilo ,vun i- i Loia Varney, the locai Bed Cos. worker who is assistimi in the v.-ar risk work for solditrs ani Jli-iii fumi ies. He pavé soim? nst uctive in fcrmation for guis'r.nce of the lo:;I V. VI KCIX 1- Miss Eunice May is making a sat- isfaetory recovery from a recent op eration at Brightlook hospital. j Mr ami Mrs. Hartwell Moore were, called to Sp ringfield, Vt., Friday i Mrs. Edward Waite and brother, i an-1 nervoua, conld not rat and was (Vr.7.v. After I tonk tlio Vegrlalile ( oin- pomid I oonld work nd eat. Now I ani Htrong and rerommend your incili cine to mv friends." Mrs. A!NA Pleva, 2." Fast ITtli Street, Tiavntim, X. J. W'onicn v.lio rorovi tlieir imaltli. tial nra'dv toll otlirrs 'wliat IicIikmI them. Mary Randall of Lyndonville i '''"p ' 't" and allow Cucir naiiios and ìniiitograpns io òe publishcd with tcsti mnnials. Many more teli tlieir friend. If you nod a medicine for wonien's nilireVit?. try tliat well known and siiccrssful remedy. Lydia E. P. i n k liam's' Vegetatile Conipmitul. W r i t e LvJia F. Pinkliam Medicine Co. con lidential), for anvtliing voti ìiecd to kuow about these' troublcs. GENUINE ASPIRIN Get rtlief without fear as told in "Bayer package" Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs. Special atten tion paid to mail orders. 24 àour service. AH orders for warded, postage prepaid. Send for price list. PHOTO-CRAFT SHOP 37 Main Street, Newport Vt. "Everything Fhotographic" Eastman Kodak Agency The "Bayer Cross" on Aspirin tab lets has tbe same meaning as 11 Karat on gold. Both meaning Genuine! "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" sbould is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E .Peck. Samuel Thompson of Burlington was here on business Friday. Herbert V. Blodgett left Friday ior Boston. Mrs Charles Mosher and daughter, Miss Bculab Harris, spent tbe past week visiting at Charles Wilson'? at Danville. Arthur Harritnan was called to Littleton Friday by the illness of his father.. Mrs. Levi Wills is gaining from ber recent operatimi at Brightlook hospi tal. Mrs. Harry Hutchinson of Wilder, Mrs. George Batchelder of Norwich and Mrs. Frank Webber of Alton Bay, who bave been the guests of be taken according to the life and i Ml s Fred Burleigh, returned to their proper dircetions in cach "Bayer'' package. Be sure the "Bayer Cross ' is on package and on tablets. Then you are getting the genuine Aspirin prescribcd by physicinns for over eighteen years for the relief of Colds, Pain, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Rbeumatism, Lunibago, Neuritis. homes Friday. A. B. Dow's real estate agency has sold for George H. Webster his resi dence at 12 Lincoln Street to Mr. and Mrs L. H Vitty of Passumpsic. Mr. Vitty will move here about May 1. CARD OF THANKS We wish to tliank the people of St. For a few cents you can get a 1 Johnsbury Center who helped us save h-uidy tin box containing twelve tab-j our home in the recent fìré. Mi. and Mrs. W. A. Robert. lets. Druggists also sell largcr "Bay. or" packages. Aspirin is the tradii mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono acticacidestcr of Salicylicacid. St. Johnsbury Center, March 10, 1920. Dr. Carroll Preaches On "Repentance' U. C. T. MOVING City Shoe Hospital ilfA ice WILL 3IOVE Friday, March 19 from its present location in the Macdiarmid Block to Mrs. Felix Taylor's house on Coventry Street. We will be glad to see our customers for Shoe Shilling and Shoe Repairing. We have a fine line of Shoe Supplies. Alfonsa Damore Pythian Hall, Saturday Evening- Mar. 20 BURROUGHS JAZZ ORCHESTRA Toc Plus War Tax Newport .Business Directory S. W. F. HAMILTON Dentisi CAMPBELL X-RAY SERVICE Office hours 8.C0 lo 12 and 1.S0 to 5 Tel. Lane'3 Block W. O. Bi own, M. I). Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat 01 Main Street, Newport, Vt. Appoiritments made by mail or trlcphono for cxaniinaliori of the eyes for glas.-cs. Tel. 180 Newport Vt. Valuable Reproof. . Tlio refiroof of n good ninn rsera Mes fuller's carili; It not only reuiovrs the i-pot from our clniracter, hut it lùbà 'óTf whnr lt b; dry; -V'ilHiunùi Dr. Harry F. Hamilton DENTAL SURCERY X-Ray Servico CAMPBELL HOSPITAL UNIT Office hours: 8.30 to 12, and 1.30 to 6 j Tel. 278-2 Gilman'a Hook j E. H. HOWE Succcssor to Howe & Stowe REAL ESTATE, NEWPORT Tel. 175 Roofs Block Leo IL Mclvcr, D. O. S. Ontomettisb and Ontician Appointments made by mail o I tclephono to bave cxanunalions mado of the cycs for glasse3. Renihan block. Icimn Newport, Vt BLUE il Stoves and Ovens on display in the Win dows at H. J. Goodrich Cali and consult. us as to prices. Tom Burroughs Will hold his regular Saturday Night DANCE AT Pastime Hall Newport, Vermont, as usuai this week, but ow ing to the fact that Bur rouhs has made previous ar rangenients to play for the U. C. T. A. in St. Johnsbury,! ing. "Lei the wicked forsake bis wuy, , 1 r, 1 ! and the unrighteous man, bis a new team composed whol- lhou,,htS) aiul ,J: hilll I.L.tuin Ullt0 thc ly Of locai talent Will flir-.Lord, and He will have mercy upon ì ti. . Ti- ...;il him; and to our God, for He will msh the music. It will con- ! nbumIantIy p.irdon... A ìight wiii SÌst Of FoiTest and Milton jshine thru the darkness, hope will be r. r-, TT -i borii within your breast, and you will iyit-w, vjcuigu iicuiuiiuii cui-u -m(, your U..1V t0 Go(1 Carroll Boynton. Come and hear these boys play. They are certainly good. (Contjnucd from page onc) ter his tltnial of Christ, went out and ! wcpt bitterly, resolving, to re new bis vows of allegiance once more. You ' .i i ... f,. i .. f see me ilinerenee. ine rtiiiorse uj one tira vi-s bini farther away from Christ, the tuie sorrow of tbe other drew him back to Christ. Real re pentance, then, is a sorrow for sin which produecs within us a strong desile for rigbteousncss which can he realized fully only as we turn to Christ our Savior. The Bible says that the unconvcrt ed are "dead in trespasses and sins." "Awake, thou that sleepest, and God shall givo tbee light." The awaken ing is not always pk-as-mt, but it is for your good. You must be made conscious of the fact of God, of res ponsi bility, of tbe necessity of salva tion. i;& not get angry, as Cain did, when convR'tion, deef) aliti puifgent, comes upon you. It is' a friendly fìnger iointing out to you the w.iy of safety, utterly lost tho you may fet i, the voice of God will be heard, say- Admission $1.00 per Couple Including War Tax. Ladies 25 cents True repentance is known by its fruits,' confession, hatred and renun ciatioii of sin in ali its forms, and res titution, when Zaccheus repented he said, 'The hulf of my goods I givo io tho jioor, and I will restore J'ourfold ili tbat'I have taken wrongfully from otbt.'is." You cannot expet:t to gt-t right with God, until first you get right witli any who have been wrong ed by you. The way to God is straight and nurrow, but broatl enougli for ali who sincerely with io walk that way. Sunday Service In Suiiinierville Under the aus)ices of the Laymen's League there will be a special service in the Sumnierville School House. Sunday Afternoon at 3 o'clock There w ili be short addresses by the laymen and good music. You are cordially invited to attend this meeting. Ve kThe MosìFrofilable Feed I Ever Used" Leon E. Carpente", Turin, N. Y. Farmcrs who buy fece! by cost per pallori cf rr.lll; end not Lccrct i per ton, buy Dull Brand Dairy Ratidn. Leon E. Carpcntcr, Turin, N. Y., is cne of tlicsa foresighlecl dairymcn. Ho v.ritCG. V Culi' Biand kceps rr.y herd in c;ccr!ìcr.t cor.aitÌT:i cr.d certainly h-.s in . crcascd the milk flow consìderfibly. From rr.y csperìcncc vitK your feed I fir.d it the moct cconorr.:-:! fc?d I ever used." lUght in l!iÌ3 tovn mr.ny fsoders a-e making simiiar ix'cords with " Bull Pirand." Ack us for their names. What " BuH Brand " is- a clcan lior.-t feed. containing 24 Prolein or 20.5 tligestible protciit; 5',ó Fat cr A.y;,, dige.:t:b!e fat; 5o Carbohydrctcs and only I2f"ó Fibre. It is a scientificlly balanced ratio Eumciently bulky to avoid digestive anduddcrtroubles; with the maximum number of digestive nutriente and sufficient digestible protein un.l fat lo produce a maximum milk yicld cf highest butterfat vaine withoet im jiairing the healtb and condition of the cow. Made from such digertiblc and nutritious feedinc materiali ai Dried Brewers Grain, Old Proccss Oil Meal, Cottonseed Meal, Corn Cluton , Ycz-2, Ccoanut Meal, Ground Da;!ey r.nd a r-:aìl pcrcentage of fine tt.ble ralt. It can be fed -with tho itunl ucg'iagcs no' extra feedingatuffa roquired. Try lt on Our " Malie Good " Guarantca Prova to j-ourself that you can dupli c.iic the resulta which other feeder are obtaining with "Bull Brand." Herc i- our guarantee: " Feed ' Bull Brand ' to three or more of your cows in accordarìce wit! our direc tion a. If the result of thia test do not prove satbfactory to yo'J, wo will refund your money for tbe feed you used." Start feeding Bull Brand Dairy . Ration today for more and richer miìk, better cows and crea ter profit. F. W. St. KELLEY CO. Johnsbury, Vt Tel. 288 E AJ-EX QUICKLY Jj lt!l J PAPUDINE DEPENDABLE ABJOLUTELY FOR HEADACHES QO0a5ottleorbyos9 GMT WRESTLING AT PASTUME HALL Newport, Vermont Joseph Laford of Franklin, N. H vs Charles Borella of Newport Prcliminary DAN MURRAY vs. CLEASBY I3ARBEK both of Newport. Admission 50 Cents plus war tax. Uingside 75 Cents tax paid. Ladies invited. TQ-NIGHT THE LIBERTY TRIO at School Hall This is the last of the Chatauqua series and every- ; I onc should be on hand to enjoy the performance.