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THE UARRE DAILY TIMES, UAKIIE, ' VT., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1013.
BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915. Entered at the Pontofll.e lit Burr H Second- Publuhed Every Week-day Afternoon 8UBHCIHPTION RATE3 One yr One month . Single copy ....18.00 ,25 eenU , ..I eent FRANK E. LANGLEY. Publhher Lack of rrports of activity in tlie west ern arena of war is ominous. Do not leave fire burning in wood or fielda. It i a dangerous practice to do so. If this benevolence keeps up, Middlo bury college can snap her fingers at state aid. The "little old Ford" keeps running along, this time into a $100,000,000 cor potation. Secretary of State Bailey, acting under his rights, has recently revoked three au tomobile operators' licenses among Wash intrton county motorists. It is a warning to others. ' Two amateur nurses from prominent American homes are on the way back from the war region in Paris. They stood the grind about as long as was expected. Some Brattleboro club women are al leged to like a "stick" in their lemonade Perhaps the informant mistook grapejuic. fnr a. 'tlrk." in which case we move to send the matter to Bryan for arbitration. Wear the smile and the hat! The smile costs you nothing, the hat $3, and it's a good halo for the smile. . Every style that is right this season is right here now, and now and here is the time and place to buy. Prices, 50c td $5.00.. Hours, 7 to 10 to-day. Sizes, 6y2 to 7io. SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES , TIMES AND PLACES OF WORSHIP AND SUBJECTS OF SERMONS F. H. Rogers & Co. We Clean, Press ud Repair CletMag Barre people will be especially favored to-morrow in being able to listen to ad dresses by .well known speakers from two institutions of learning, the first of the two being the baccalaureate discourse by Rev. Lee S. McColIester of Tufts college before the graduating class of Goddard seminary Sunday morning and the second: ' being a sermon by lesidcnt William Ar nold Shanklin of Wesleyan university at the Hedding church in the evening. Each of these occasions will be a fine opportu nity to hear able men. NOT NECESSARILY GENERAL PROSPERITY. The figures given by the , interstate commerce commission, showing that the net revenues of the railroads of the United States were something like $1, 600,000 greater in April of this year than, in April of last year would be more im pressive if it came about tnai me in crease was due to greater gross receipts rather than to a policy of scrimping in 'expenditures by the railroads for operat ing purposes. We are informed that the gross revenue was not larger in this April, was indeed somewhat smaller, but that the transportation companies suc ceeded in cutting down their own inside expenses to a point that would enable them to show the gain of $l,(JOO.noO. entirely the stories of the affair coming from Great Britain to the effect that thu Lusitania was not a ship of war, and they place scant reliance on representa tions pf the United Stateg that the rules of international warfare were grossly vio lated in the attack on the Lusitania. In short, the German people by that we mean the vast mass of them who are apart from the government, so to speak have the single viewpoint that is thrust upon them. I fence the firmness of their belief is not so much a cause for wonder ment to the people of the United States who are trying to understand the German state of mind in the present controversy with the United State. Mission Union Sunday School, South Barre Meets Sunday at 3 p. ra. There will be no preaching service. Swedish Mission At the Brook street chapel. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. teaching service at 7 p. m. All wel come. Church of the Good Shepherd W. J. M. Beattie, rector. Holy communion and sermon at 10:30. Sunday school at 11 :60.i Evening prayer and sermon at 7 o'clock.! Berlin Congregational Church Frank i Blomfield, pastor. Morning service at. 10:45: memorial service with special ad dress. Sunday school at noon. 'Young! peoples meeting at 7:30 p. m. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at 7:30. To these services all are wel come. The readingroom is open Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. 7 Summer street. St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Websterville W. J. M. Beattie, rector. Holy communion at 9:15 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 3 o'clock. Sunday school at 2 p. m. No service on Thursday evening. , Websterville Baptist Church William Gartshore, pasto-. Morning service at 10:30. Sunday school and men's class at 11:30. .Juniors at 3 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 6 o'clock. Rev. James Struthers will preach at both services. East Barre Congregational Church James Ramage pastor. Preaching service at 10:30 a. m. Rev. Fred McNeil of the Graniteville Presbyterian church will preach in exchange with the pastor. All are cordially invited. Sunday school at 11 :4a. Christian i.ndeavor service at p. in. Congregational Church-T. W. Barnett, pastor. At 10:30 a. in., worship atd ser mon; subject, "Conditional Prosperity." 12 m., Sunday school. At 8 o'clock Sun day evening, Miss Elizabeth tvans, a delegate to the woman's peace conference recently held at lhs Hague, will speak Her message is worth hearing. Every' body come. AN AMKIINT The t'eoples National Bank of Barre desires to an nounce its intention to publish within this space a series of advertisements setting forth the relationship of the bank, as a semi-public institution, to the community, its justification for existence as an institution, together with a description and explanation of its scope of business. The directors of the Peoples National Bank of Barre are filled with confidence, now that our industries are in -operation again, that Barre is bound to see within the ' next few years a period of advancement in all the lines of civic, social, industrial, and financial improvement. That the people, generally, may seek their share in the benefits of such an advance, it is the intention pf thjs bank to strive to make known the commonly conceded methods by which the fundamental financial operations of the individual, as well as of the corporation, must be managed in order to insure success. Therefore, it is hoped the proposed series of advertisements will be educational along the lines of thrift, financial progress, and the building of character. The Peoples National Bank of Barre Worthen Block. Open Monday evenings from 7 till 8 CURRENT COMMENT Trade is Doing Better. Too much spottiness marks the busi nesa conditions of the country as repre sented in the June bulletin of the fed eral reserve board. In a few places ajid lines of trade the indicator points sreepiy up to trie top notch of prosperity. From this extreme the readings of the trade barometer range all the way down to settled hard time. It might tie bet ter all round if the good fortune of the high points could be shared up among trie less lucky parts of the business whole, but with even a scattering of prosperity Americans, comparing their national lot with that of the peoples at war cannot quarrel Salvation Army Saturday night open- air in Depot square at 7:30. free and easy meeting indoors at 8 o'clock. Sun day services Sunday school at 1:3'). Open-air at 2:30. Christian's praise serv ice at 3 p. m.; subject, "The Master's Ap proval." Young People's legion meeting at 6:30. Open-air at '7:30. Salvation meeting at 8. All are welcome to these meetings. Flowers Found by Barre School Children. The following flowers have been found by the pupils of grades three and four a v 1. - I I I M J ! J : .1, Encouraging reports from some points sugirest that even where the unexnected Therefore, the improvement in the finan-jblow of last July hit us hardest we are cial status of the lailroads of (he United beginning to recover. From the Atlanta States does not mean any improvement in the general industrial and financial conditions of the country as a whole; but even such a situation does not pre clude the hope so often expressed that the nation has reached the turning point and is now on the upward trend. We may as well take an optimistic view of the situation, but at the same time we hould not delude ourselves into belie v ing that good times are at hand jut be cause the railroads have been able to how improvement through slashing at the interior machinery of their opera tion. Such a slashing may aiean a gen eral attack on the high cost of living; and in that respect the report is very re assuring, for the railroads set the pace for much of the rthcr industrial ana financial life of the United States. reserve district, for example, comet en rouraging news of the cotton industry, and tlw Dallas district has entered upon a period of more hopeful conditions. The lumber trade of the northwest and the coaht, turns out lese prompt to recover than the cotton business. It can better afford to wait, however, in view of the likeliho of the tremendous lumber de mand which it expects after the return ol peace. In general the sound spot in the na tional apple barrel seem for once to be spreading the contagion of health among the bad. The prooy is going on slow ly, but prosperity is gaining ground, be coming gradually lee spotty, and the war dispatches ay "consolidating its position" among ua. May it in the end become intrenched here. New York Evening h'un. A Happy Agreement Italy and Serbia were in danger of be coming enemies, although both are in THE GERMAN TEOrLE'S VIEWPOINT. rms agnnct Austria. It has been point- lea out that Italy acquisition of Dai It is easy t comprehend the pnaaibli-j m.tia, from Zara to the river Narrnta. rfewpoint of the Orman people in Or-(would take the natural foreshore from many as regard the Lusilsnia affair, if.Ikma, which Serbia Ikijws to obtain as not as regard, previous occasion, in which Immanent pieion at tlw end of . , . .j. . the war. Serbia was ai'Psrrntly again to .ermn war evla have onine in direct . . , , ., . . ' , . .- . f i be refuned an outh t to the Adriatic, un eonflict with commerce of the Unitcj ,.M uld share with Monb-m-gra Mates. In the first place, the Ormans the al.ort strip of Ilalmatian -oat that know, of ccursc. that the l.uMama we' "i-r H rgina. Two of tlie har- a P.rit..h ship, that i. ewn-d hv a Ur t I'"'" " M n1 Ur" "J . .. . , ' ,. . Vri77. must in niMi, become Mi,nle- i'h mrpnration. ana there fore, subiert to . , , . . , , ... 1 ixgrin. leaving to Nrrlua but little more it r and ilt-4 port - ine First r resoyterun cnurcn Edgar I I Crosaland, pastor. Morning service at 10:30; subject, "The Wagons." Sacra ment of the Lord's supper will be admin istered at the close of the sermon. Sun day school at noon. Evening service at 7 o'clock; subject of sermon, "The Sincer- ty of Jesus. Monday at 7:30 p. m., the men s club will meet; deorge Seager, tu perintendent of the Barre Town achoola will address the meeting, taking for his subject, "Lost Opportunities in Self Edu cation." Ice cream and cake served. All men cordially invited. First Baptist Church Oeorge H. ITolt, pastor. Morning service at 10:30; sub' lect, "Wisdom's Mate." This will be bac calaureate Sunday for the Spaulding, Goddard and eighth grade graduates who are members of the First Baptist church and Sunday school. Bible school at 12 o'clock. Junior meeting at 3 o'clock. At 6 o'clock, Christian Endeavor meeting At 7 o'clock, regular evening worship followed by communion service; subject of address, 'Outlawing the Impossible. Thursday night at l:45, regular teachers' meeting; at 7:30, church prayer meeting Hedding Methodist Episcopal Chorea E. K. Newell pastor. Morning worship at 10:30; subject, "Jesus and the Birds This is the first of four Sunday morning sermon in June on "Jesus' and Out of Doors." Sunday school at 11:50 subject, "Davids Terrible Sin and Ilia Repent a nee. Kpworth league at 6; topic, I (! Promises of Guidance"; Charles Uushman, leader. Evening service at 7; President William Arnold Shanklin, LI D., of Wea leyan university will give addrea; sub ject, "The Christian College." The public are cordially invited to hear thia eminent educator. Special music. TJniveraalist Chnrch John B. Reardon, minister Preaching service at 10:30; Key. Lee S. MeColleater, D. D., of Tufts college will give the baccalaureate ser mon before the graduatinr c)a of God dard seminary j subject. "Tlie Call of the World to the Youth of To-day." Bible study at 11:43; subject. "Nathan Re bukes David." Devotional meeting of "kr Young People's Christian wnion in the vetry at 7; subject. "Tlie Contagion of Kindneas." At the Sundsy mornin wrv iee. Professor W, A. Wheaton w-11 pl "Prows. ion I Msrch" (Mmirlant. 'Hu morwke" (Dnvrak) and "Fcetsl fsrch (Merkel). The Orpbeu male qii.tet will sing "Te Dcum in C" (Iudley Bn. k) and "I Will Feed My Flock" (Simper i icorge F. Mark.y w ill aing "Consider and Hear Me- (YVoolef). attack by German war yewl under the than the deved oe of international warfare. Moreover, j'f Regtia, valuable only for kistoiical many of the German lple, perhaps "' Thu it appeared mot tin- t-t of th,m. knew th.t to Lmitania ' ,'f,,,h rU''" '" , , , ..... iStl'ta ehould cU.li at the moment Vtm w. r.f a type of steams whl, w,g!,l !!.,,, u,. in ,rro.. ,n1 owrrtH int an aunhary mnocr t ilr wa. r. f.r I. Siow,r art tune and, Wtng at war with Great fri'-n.J'r w.rning in Italy that t mu.t I rstain. they cub1ba were fearful tUt "1 '''" ro-1 r,'tKm wrth the Ha .jl., . ... , . . if 1 1, I f linxt .n rt w. tit to t . .", , ... . m-te.4 .f a iTi-lge ta ber r la ta. wry tUt a!rr.v bad by f.r tV rth tiH. iUik,. repof ot ttr of pi rer.fi b over the Or-j A prcpit Mu ajreeni't it have ray. Hf-ice the Iii tana b-rme bY" r- lfr t. Itoi.ta wy i t:r memory 1 1 d-t ri 1 "ii trwir ere V-g tin-ite f ry of theii Leral Opt lot ia Brattlebore. It i eminently fitting that a Brat tleboro man ahnuld ticad the newly formed Vermont Local Option league, for there is probably lie town ia the state j where the prc-nt method of governing Itbe liquor traffic ),a worked more wall, j fa torilv or w hetethere i etrrn,i r we ef- oient ia rhlf of it retention. When a man of .U'h .landing Judfe M ITiUr allow tbe tine .f ki name ia tlie ! f urtheram-e of a ran of Hi nature. jtber on be littl doubt about the integ rrty of it wirww. There ar the of -. wba helieww tliat tat-wiJ orobilutioa . mire to be AcwirM thaa t,nh witnmej in )Mth prwnt law out iry eaanot o-it r.f If.u i- Tru that the 4 which tbey ek t of lbe,r torped'j . a4 tt d-4 ' .t..,, P tr,t ,,.t , . orn. le I " th,B ,h,t mi ,rh h Wv1 'r" looe. tmm'tr,! 1 !. , tl !!. mrr, i.l.w.i ,.v. iu Irna for" ar 'ni,t Hot! iaor r- t'ry t tb rule f ii-rt,t,rn,al T-tt e-r,a ii -tt. ru-H ta y- f.r. without f rt r-"r t r ,,., o, , " 'i ,h u " T ' ,K ' " J thrt t Il.l'.eTi;a -r'ia- Vr t rwH lire tU t-7e..-. ,.r. l.,, e.,l,,l,4 or tt W W into ber n-i. f t w t'r? fin i n !, tv-n irtn!lv nrw, t (Vraraa "f be t "'"' 1 ' ' V.f 1 p"t' r-oei tir r--,. iv. -' t""ia't it. " .! ..... wr re t"--f ? 1i oii.e rw ,e.,. tat tK, J.f.,... ee. e , J ,y ,. mt! Vip of , ftirt nonnf4 f K. 14,e ft fvtr w i-rt-td ,f aHt. t-m-ii w tk tfwfvrrm ' -'' toward ?" T' t--' f that to to tti lct'! aeet orr-r- ,4 n " V'"r at t ' rii of '-twr, .tw't - t'ie "it . T-.. - fMrn-wtit aa ten. e"e i4. urtiet''. ooiirV lh r" itif f x t t 1 I tt.r I g tie l-uti lel-re f r-y . r 1 t '"-"t-.l 5 -Vra- 2 " ..... . . C a H r'- -t ;; " ' " "" ; . " f r-Wtmrm t'-tt Mni'! to S e! r ! aW'jt u- to SS fetl enotrol of aa 'knowleilrea' I. tto teeoe I le m tto l;fTeretioe of oy-inion t. ta the iPdhoo BraMJebnoa I'ore- ?-ev ij,w r i ? t r f S af a ; ( f ft 93 H-saef Sped! Prioef sr fHatkatone Caufs for l ord Cam yjt jlaia - tr S t) eea-akil a. a putm j jvti'i a-til to i at Lincoln school building during the spring term: . Hepatica, April 16, Almira Wales. Spring beauty, April IB, Almira Wales, Yellow violet, April 20, Merle Wheaton. Arbutus, April 20, Dorothy Tenney. Colt's foot, April 20, Charles Main. Purple violet, April 21, Elizabeth White. Dandelion, April 22, Mary Hoban. Strawberry, April 23, Elizabeth White. Leather-wood, April 28, Elizabeth White. Dutchman's breeches, April 26, Eliza beth White. Meadow rue, April 26, Elizabeth White. Purple trillium. April 26, Eila Darby. Adder tongue, April 26, Eila Darby. Bloodroot, April 26, Euphemia Paul. White violet, April 27, Edith Robert son. Marsh marigold, April 27, Madeline Gladding. Bluets, April 28, Helen Cook. Wild oats, April 28, Euphemia Paul. Wood anemone, April L'H, Helen Cook. Early saxifrage, April 28, Helen Cook. Shepherd purse, April 28, Elizabeth White. Chickweed, April 28, Albra Leslie. Squirrel corn, April 30, hna Moore. Bellwort, May 3, Elizabeth White. Ginger root, May 3, Elizabeth White. Jack-in-the-pulpit, May 3, Elizabeth White. Wild parsnip, May 3, Rhoda Booth. Fly honeysuckle, May 3, Merle Whea ton. Bishop cap, May ft, Rhoda Booth. Blue eohoah, May 10, Elizabeth White. Pepper root. May 10, Elizabeth White. Mitrewort, May 10, Elizabeth White. False mitrewort, May 10, Elizabeth White. Myrtle, May 10, Elizabeth White. Canada violet, May 10, Elizabeth White. Ground nut. May 11, Rhoda Booth. Mu.tard, May 10, Edith Robertson. Blue grass, May 10, Edith Robertson. Blueberry, Msy 10, Helen Cook. Tainted trillium, May 10, Helen Cook. Crowfoot violet, May 111, Helen Cook. True Solomon seal. May 10, Helen Cook. . , Shad bush. May 10, Helen Cook. Red columbine. May 10. Helen Cook. Red-berried alder, May 10, Albra Les lie. Hobble bu.h. Mly 12. Helen Cook. June berry, May 12. Elizabeth White. Robins', plantain, May 13, Euphemia Paul. Ypre spurge. May 13, Rhoda Booth. Twitted atalk, May 14, Edith Robert son. Clematis, May 14, Helen Cook. Bird cherry. May 14, Eunice Cole. Buttercup. May 14. Eunice Cole. Glll-over-the-ground, May 14, Helen Cook. Lilv-of theTvalley, May 17, Douglas Gauld. Cunant, May 17, Edith Robertson, tiooaeberry. May 17. Elizabeth White. Swamp aanfrage, May 17, Elizabeth White. (etia thread. May 17, Elizabeth Whit. JfEW BUILDING DEDICATED. At Vermont State Industrial School Fri day. Vergenoea, June 6. -About 150 guests eat down to dinner yesterday given on the occasion of the dedication of the new building at the Vermont state in duatrial school, to take the place of the buildings destroyed by fire one year ago last February. The dinner was served in the handsome new administration building which was also used for the reception. The dinner was served by the people at the school and wa very much en joyed by alL The exercises afterward were held in the new chapel, a fine build ing, located just west of the administra tion building. Hon. John t. eeks of Middlebury, a member of tlie state penal board, irave ! tbe history of the school and the address given by Gov. Charles W. Gates. Greetings were given by Supt. W. G. Fairbanks and by E. L. "ingalls of Bur lington, formerly superintendents of the school, H. B. Ba'ldwin of Wells River, a member of tbe state penal board also spoke. The school took part in the .musical program and music waa furnished by the school band, which showed irood training. The invited guests were met at the station by Supt. Barsa and a committee and driven to the building where a com mittee received them. After the exer cises the guest were shown over the buildings. Five new buildings have been erect ed at the cost of $60,000. The adminis tration building which ia next to the chapel is the finest building and is 40x 60 feet in dimensions and has three floors. In the basement is a laree din ing room handsomely finished and on the first floor are reception room, main office, private' office, hall and private dining room. On the top floor are nine large sleeping rooms to be used by the offi cers of the school. The chapel cost about ff'jn.otio. In the basement is a fine gym nasium for 'ie bovs and girls. All the buildings are finished in the I interior in North Carolina pine and stain- '. . .. l. . . i. ; V. A . TL. it. . "I'M iie. uiivil IIWI". I lie w.ll. are tinted. The architect waa Frank U Austin of Burlington and the con tractor Kie.lirh i. Co., of Burlinrton. The buildings consist of the adminis tration building, chapel, boys' dormitory with capacity of fifty boys, a large power house and a large barn. Extensive ilterations bare been made on the other building. The amount of money ex pended during the hut year on tbe buildings i tW.flOO. BETHEL. A nnmber of Bethel people attended a concert at Randolph la.t evening. Dr. O. V. Green wa in Stowe Wednes day a th guet of lr. H. W. Barrow and attended the meeting and banquet of the like Manatield Trout club. Th wotk of vaccinating the people Foam flower. May 17. Dorothy Tenney. "'r.rmge wa. rr.rt.iiy nn.M.ed Ban berry. May 17, F.liraheili Whit. rburJ.T- h'n. .V "T" "- T,it trillmtn. May I. Helen Cook. ' '",'a ,r",,T nd -Jmuna.t in tn Horned violet, May Helen took. work. wood aonel. May H. Rhoda' '' "snl t I'uiyi i''ii i.rm. reTiirn fair til horse from iioatoa yesterday. few- Yello Booth. Nodding trillium. May 1. Helen Cook. Buffalo eurrant. May l, illian Smith. Great Solmn weal, May 1, Dorothy Humphrey. iMTfr wlit trillium. -May I. Mrjea Cook. Showy orchis. May SI. Helen Cook. Mar flower. May 24. IWothy Tenney. Whit tor, ' Vey 24, Elizabeth W1.it. Enchanter's ngttbde. May 24. Al bra I,-l,e. Raspberry. May 54. Merle Wbeatoa. M,-ae chick 4. May 24. ATbra L- 1. I Hop clorey. May 2".. H-ea Cook, rvmbl Imtterrup. May M, GTtnd N i-hol. Mkrt yarrow. M.y CTiarlea Mam. P.ed rioter. Jnnr I. II ratotfc White W ater avetia. .'on 1. W ira tot h Whit Tbora rp!. J" L I bzatoth Wpi. -r7rl)a. Jm 1. I bratoth Wht. ThniI4 toTTT. .'r 1. flirahets Whrt. H'top .'wo I. l.ltatotW W ie tlnlor.a toe--)t. .1r 1. IJiwtofli Whit. f inqw ft.1. Jon J W,4, lanh". ooart . .'woe 1. la T'y. rrrk antea, -u !. Het Al L rioter. Jo I. fl xatolk Ca-awy. Jnr-r I . ia W1e. f"T n t t. I. r1h F.to-t ri.- t I i rahb t 1 la Ato,-y. .'wo- I t : r"a ftil John K. M-IVr i. here frm th Bal- timor tedial t-ollcc. Teter Tarrott i here from Dannemor. N. Y- t aoend tbe summer t Alfred Prrott's. U.uis Parrott is her from IW'Ilows Fslls to ae him. Arthnr V. Ijeavitt has lately romi lrt- d lhorat rtternal improvement, upon hi. tiome. , lrelle. the 17 year old W1.it-!H comb h:g rhoo prtcher. Vt lioea in- j 8 g.r4 ( pit, h tv'i mk for tli C5art- Bw,nt t'-am of tb Twin Stat learue . : O in bi-h Pillow Fall. Kern and New port, N. H, ar th other towri rp- rewmieo. id ior a a, n4ui rail tor the gam a week for team. W bit'-oir.k hir! afhool will gradual a i la HI Of 12 Wat We oo.tirg ot . t t mt ' if either ss a. f.Iow: Berth l'.r'itixr.. Iorothy 1urh Veda Dwjt. Inr4 f i.H. I rerrtt Gr.rt. Kenoelli a llodfkina. Fdwioa IjfrV KstWin 5 F.-r. M drH I-.V h,m-i 3 Special for Saturday Summer Underwear, Dresses, Coats and Waists Great Values in Muslin Underwear This will be a busy week AH are get ting ready for graduation exercises. Spe cials in Gloves, Neckwear, Handker chiefsAll the best makes in Gloves. Extra Sale Waists Saturday Now is the time to buy your summer Waists. You will be surprised to see the pretty Waists you can buy here. Note the prices: $1.00 and $1.25 Waists, not all sizes, all on one table for your choice, each, 79c White Waists, all new, special at 50c White Silk Waists, just received, at, each $1.00, $1.25 Crepe de Chine Silk Waists, $1.00, $1.25 Colored Silk Waists, great bargain, at $1.25, $1.50, $1.98 $1.25 Fancy . Lace Waists 79c Silk Glove Satisfaction Here Our Glove Department is a busy corner We sell the best that money can buy. Fownes' own make Silk Gloves, pair, 50c Fownes' 16-but. Silk Glove, pr., 75c $1.00 Niagara Maid Silk Gloves, pr., 75c, $1.00 Every pair of Silk Gloves is guaranteed. We sell a Long Silk Glove at, pair. . .50c Sale Sample Dresses Ladies' pretty summer Dresses, White and Colored, $1.98, $2.50, $2.98, $3.50 up Children's White Dresses, 6 to 14 years, at $1.25, $1.50, $1.98, $2.50 up Barre's Store for Silk Hosiery and Gloves HEADQUARTERS FOR "Paint Up and Clean Up" Materials 46 Main Street (Over Drown's Drug Store) A. V. BECKLEY Phone 289-W Barre, Vermont Graduation Footwear ! Pumps, Oxford and Boots &4 We would like to have you ee our hoei before buyinfi. We arc alwayi Iliad to show them whether you buy or not. AH fylei. All pricei. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop Barre, Vermont 170 N. SlaJa St Granite City General Store 1 lo 15 Granite Street tuimoM III acrtK K '- k -u!Jtyr. H'trrr WiJ- i. W A lr f Wl f.itrf tm uc wV4 t!H IktMrrt-! a lr!t rtft li at h i . V. R r Hi H - a u am n i s n i i rLUun I It A Federal Milling and David Stott Mills. After a trial, if not satisfied. bring the balance hack and e will refund the full amount paid. I BKST DEEP. VEAL, LAMB. VEGETABLES, etc. g ABERDEEN SAUSAGES g Wa Win Cu.-ni Then? at4. I ! )-!. ."'. i-w!n . Ar- V m.- yrm f Mm 'r .f" M-L4.. y-a !.! ''. T-a .. ft-aa, V .' ET Jfi mm at-wt j Ktm .U It V. H Rerrcmher our large sie 12c; Pineapple. 1 7c. cans Pears and Peaches, g s e 3 To quickly serve our customers on Saturday we will g have a!l kinds of meat ready cut, kept in a clean and a sanitarr way. H I r' " ! !! 1 1 i .. ,i; ii, iv::;;:;:;::::?::::::s:g b r. cTTXti s-cn r)a f "tt a. 1i stirta aisi at K