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THE BAHItE DAILY TIMES, BAHHH, V1V TUESDAY, OCTOUEU 12, 1915.
Same Good Results
Inside and Outside
BAY STATE PAINTS Includa
paints for every requirement
Inside and outside; walls,
floors, furniture, etc For durable
interior work, to give a soft, artistic
effect to walls or ceilings, use
Bay Slate Dultint
- Dultint comea in fourteen at
tractive shades. Easily applied.
Sanitary may be cleaned.
Bay State
Liquid Paint
is a New England-made, New
England-quality paint for build
ings. Goes farther, wears longer
and looks better than ordinary
paint. Comes in a variety of
desirable colors.
You'll be Interested :
fa oar froa hoaklot which
. tolU all about paint. Simply
writ for it. And if your
doalmr doom't carry Bay
Stata Paint, will you oond
himamoT
WADSWORTH, ROWLAND A CO fad
BOSTON, MASS.
larmut Paint an J Varnith
Manor ana tho only
Corradoro of Load in
How England.
M
BAY TATS!
WEST BERLIN
Churl Patterson left here laat Fri
lUv tor n.lruto. .Tnnt before Ilia da
nurture. Mrs. Julia Younir received a telfl'
jrram from Chicago that he son, Cliarhs
Young, had tunaed away. Not either
she or Mr. Patterson are ablo to get
there to attend the funeral. Mrs. oung
hm the sympathy from all her friends
in rl...ti a lili.'t.lon. Tlli nCWS Wag
a btch t Hhoek to all his relative here
C. A. Patterson and Miss A. R. Emer
son spent Thursday evening at the home
of Mr. and Airs. M. E. Glities. The time
was pleasantly spent with music.
Mrs. Charles Perrin of Montpelicr was
a gueut of Mrs. Carrie Strceter one day
hint week. i
Mr. and Mrs. Itlanchard accompanied
bv Mrs. Sarah , Darling and daughter,
Ulanche, of Montpclier, were guests at
the homo of Mrs. E. A. Emerson faun
Mrs. Sarah Keyes and her sister, Miss
E. M. Ayers, spent a day in Montpelier
last week.
The ladies, aid society will give their
annual chicken pie. supper and sale in
their hnll Wednesday. Oct. 20, from 12
to 8 o'clock.
Mrs, C. H. Robinson was in Burlington
last Thursday.
Mrs. L. A. Banister of Roxbury visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Libbey last week.
Mrs. Florence! Clark of Montpcliet vis-
ited her. sister, 'Mrs. M. E. Glines, last
Sunday.
Mrs. Joe Sherlock and little son of
Proctor are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Robinson.
Mrs. F. B. Bailey and her mother,
Mrs. E. A. Glines, visited friends
Barre last Wednesday. .
A. V. BECKLEY
46 Main St., Barra, Vt.
Distributor for Bay State Paints
CABOT
Ex-Congressman Tlumlcy of Northficld
will give a free lecture in I. O. G. T. hall
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Every
body cordially invited.
Allan Glidden graduated from college
at Evanston, 111., and has entered the
U. V. M. at Burlington. lie was the
gueBt of his mother. Mrs. Cora Glidden, a
few days at E. E. Yaw's.
The ladies' missionary society will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M.
W. Hale at the parsonage.
Miss Swati of Groveton, X. 1L, was a
guest at the home of her uncle, Rev. M.
W. Hale, over Sunday.
The entertainment given by Juvenile
temple drew a full house and was well
rendered, "The Marriage of .Tack and
Jill" being one of the most enjoyable
parts. After the entertainment, refresh
ments of cake, coffee and grapes were
served. The proceeds amounted to (35,
GAYSVILLE
Mrs. Annie Schneider of Boston was
with her sister, Mrs. Howard Mason,
last week.
Mrs. Harry Dodge of Strafford was a
visitor at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Wilson, from Saturday
until Tuesday.
There will be an indoor picnic at the
home of B. B. Goodale on the evening of
Oct. 22 for the benefit of the Methodist
Episcopal church. Lunch will be served
and a program given.
Mr. Kimball of Lvndonville was a
visitor at I. 0. Vail's last Sunday.
Mrs, Bert Dukette and her small son
have returned from a visit of several
weeks in Canada;
Mrs. Nellie Boutwell and son, Harold,
spent last week with relatives in Rut
land. ' ' '
Miss'Leda Smith and Miss Legrow,
teachers in the Rochester schools, spent
the week-end at Miss Smith's home.
Miss Alice Trask was a visitor at Carl
Xe ff'a in Stockbridce over Sunday.
ML Nellie Leonard ii in Rochester
for a few days, the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Fred Martin.
The program in charge of Miss Alice
C'hedel, which was given at the grange
Saturday evening consisted of a song by
the choir; recitation, Kate Jones; paper,
Ruth Mills; reading, Mrs. B. 1 Osgood;
paper, Mary E. Nailer; author, Mrs.
Flora -Chase; grange, paper, Florence
Sehermerhorn ; song, ehoir.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wyinan, jr., are In
Palmyra, Me., for a week.
A awn, William Rudolph, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Reed of Rutland last
Thursday, which is a grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. William Reed of this village.
Mr. and Mrs, .Tames Atnsdcn were in
Hancock the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. XV. G. Whitsker of Beth
el 'Lympus were visitors at B. L. Os
good's Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Annis have moved
from South Stockbridge to this village,
where he is employed by the Gaysville
Lumber Co,
DRUNKENNESS
A CURAUBLE DISEASE
The treatment ucd surnufullr hy thoo
aanda richt ta thetr own homrn a ORRINE.
ho uniformly aueceMful naa ORRINE been
In ratorinc Uia kUma of the "drink habit"
into aober and lawful eitiaena, and ao atronc
U our confidence in tta curative powara. that
w. want to emphaaU. the fact that ORRINE
ia eoid under thu poaitiva ruarantea. If.
after a trial, you jrt do benefit, your money
will be refunded.
ORRINE prepared In twa format No. I,
arret treatment, a powder ; ORRINE Na, X.
in pill form, voluntary treatment. Cata only
tl n a box. Auk for booklet.
Floyd G. Ruaaell, 1W North Main street.
Change in Schedule!
Befianiof Monday, October it, local
service on Washington and South
. Main Street will be changed se
that cars will tsa as follows:
Sooth Maia Street
Msia line car will leave Ayers St.
st a. m., :40 a. m., 10:20 p. m., the
same as at present. In addition, the
local ear will leave Ayers St. at i:10
a. aa. fcr Jones lire, and lea A vers
St. for Netaoa St. at 7:10 a. n., 7:30
a and every minutes there
after until 10 p. m. There will alao
he aa eitra rar leaving Jones Bros, at
noon and 4 aVUnk, ninnine; through
to Ayers St. the noon trip, this
antra ear will lear Ayers St. for
Jones Bros, at II: 40 p. m.
Waihittftsa Street
The local ear anil lesv Neleon St.
it I l n. for Ayors St, roniw-tirg
with Warn line car at My Noaare.
The mI ear will ee Nela M.
at :40 a. b. for Joie Proa,
fWinnmc at ":2 a. sn, the ear will
tare Nela St. at 21 minute and
VI anmntea aft-r ea V hvr l Avers
M, end at 1 fninule and mtfi
trtw after w-li bnir for City ur.
eewnerl mjr w rta mam line rar-that
ta to ear. on the trips Vagina NeIeB
-t at I ' tninwtea and 4" luitnrtea
ftt tle l.onr th. rar w ill ma to
Crtv ; r and ewwrt wrth the
Mam line rr ao! irem-l .at-!v rHws
to eUoa M. to trif; -e"reer
freB the line er.
Fl"7tl'n to toe Hr arWItlle
m n V fns4 on th 1I V a. sn.
lf p. -So p. yn. t-tf frotn
V.ln M , at wVW-ti t.me the rnr
w ?! run to Jonea r"a.
TW jnr7e nf tHe Ve 4air
Be. y to fr-ake nt ere. fin to
at.fi f'rnn tle ra ewr fir te
-em-TTK-!at ma 4 il-TrV, M
po Tirfa.
txttz h ifcwTrttnt tiac
Tio it rem co.
H. D, Lar?seo ft ft.
NORTH CALAIS
Lieut. Sidney Foster of the U.S. army,
who been enjoying a vacation of several
weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
if. K. Foster, left for California on Sat
urday, where he expects to remain for
a few weeks.
Mrs. Edith Beard has gone to Athol,
Mass, for a few days' stay.
Mrs. Ada Brooks and Miss Mary Van
derpool of Lakewood eottsfre returned
to their home in Newark, X. J, lsst Sat
urday. Fred H. Bates of Manchester, S. IL.
is visiting his siater, Mrs. Lois Martin,
for a time.
Col. H. S. Foster attended the Po
mona grange meeting at Marshneld last
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Walhridge of Cabot
were visitors at laaae Tabor's on Wed
nesdsy and Thursday.
Mrs. Ira Ikxlpa was the guest of Mrs.
Laura Cameron last Thuraday.
W. F. Ainaworth ail a buiinesa visit
or in Burlington Friday and Saturday.
I. S. Tabor cloaed his creamery last
week, after sixteen years of continual
aerviee. He uaed the same horae on his
laat trip with cream to North MontptUer
that went the flrat time sixteen years
ago.
PLAINFIELD
r
ADAMANT
Mrs. King ass in Montpelier Satur
day.
Ned Lawrence hat I wen visiting f a
few davs with his sitter In Allmny.
Mra. Nettie Martin was in Mmtplier
Saturday to see her siater, Mrs. Alonr
Holt, and found her very weak and 1st-
it.
Mrs. P.ohert Lonery .f North Mont
pelier nsa in toon Sunday at the home
,of Iter father, tTarenee White.
I f.uy Toty and wife and danf rit-r, Al-
jma, are Slotting a while at Km hard la-
j -toon's.
j A. B. Pf k and fawti'y were in Wood
burr Snniay.
j 1 le aii-a, est at the b'me of Arthor
iWlite are reported aa funifif
Herbert Rioewiit of tatvt la toeew
mmtting t ) fa-anpe roiia-t y line.
Vra. Minnie Uorr was i jit Mont-
The condition of Mrs. Philip Bean, Jr.,
who is seriously ill at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, fa
mulus about the same. On account of
her illness she wits unablu to attend the
funeral of her sister, the late Mrs. B. J.
Dunkling. Her other sister, Mrs. Morri
son, waa also unablu to attend on ac
count of illness in her family.
Mr. and Mrs. CIiaTlea Simmons of
Montpelier spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Martin.
Misses Mary Bean and Pearl Stowe,
who are teaching in Woodbury, spent
Saturday and Sunday with their par
ents. Mrs. A. M. Cate and daughter, Elsie,
of North Montpelier, visited Mrs. V. A.
Bemis Monday. I
Henry Kinney is reported not as wcllj
for the past week.
Mrs. Martha Heath visited in Mont
pelier last week.
" TJjivmniul ftondwin of Lvndonville vis
ited his mother, Mrs. L. L. Knupp, lusti
week.
Mrs. E. M. Rideout of Montpelier and
daughter of Lowell, Mass., were in town
Thursday,
Miss dith Bancroft has returned to
Montpelier after spending several weeks
at her home. ,
F. J. Nutting of Burlington is spend-
. . r 31 r
ing a lew weens witn jur. ana juts.
E. F. Leavitt. .
Mrs. E. F. Leavitt and F. J. Nutting
visited relatives in Bakersfield part of
last week. ,
Will Wfiitcher has returned to Provi
dence, R. I., after a few days' stay in
town with relatives.
Al' I Davis of Marshneld was in town
Friday on business.
Miss Rose Moore, who is teaching in
Marshneld, spent Saturday and Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Theron Moore.
William Bancroft returned to Paw-
tucket, R. L, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perkins of Barre
have been visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clement Bartlett.
Mrs. Waldo Perkins, Mrs. John Parks,
Mrs. Lee Lane and Miss Mary Bean were
in Clover last week to attend the con
vention held by the Daughters of Lib
erty.
Mrs. Silas Willis lias returned from
St. Johnsbury, where she has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Gardner Spencer, i
Harry Flood of Boston is spending a
few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Flood.
Miss Ella Gale, who has been serious-1
ly ill at Heaton hospital, Montpelier, for,
the past live weeks, is reported as gain-J
ing, although it will be" several weeks be-;
fore she can be moved to her home. j
Miss Minnie Townsend of Montpelier
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Townsend.
Mrs. Rufus Whlteomb has moved to
the house on School street recently pur
chssed of Fred Cree.
Mrs. Chester Buirbee and son of East!
Calais viidted her brother, Louis Hun
toon, Sunday,
Koy Gale, who Is attending Montpelier i
seminary tins tan, spent Sunday ana
Monday with his parents, Mr, and Mrs.!
II. J. Gale. I
Henry Hudson is at work in Mont-
pelier in the Montpclier and Wells River i
freight office.
Civic progress has alwavs been made
possible by public spirit. There are al-!
ways a few men and women In every j
community who are willing to exert
themselves for the welfare of their town.
What could elevate a community morel
than an entertainment course of particu
lar excellence? It is not an easy mat
ter to conduct a sueeesaful series without
the help and support of everyone. Show j
your interest bv buying a course ticket '
and thus guaranteeing the course sgainst
loss, uednesday evening, Oct. 27, thej
opening date brines the Brewer company, !
composed of three young ladies. They '
have been together several years and ,
isve met with great suoeeas everywhere. '
Their program constats of inatrumentsl ;
trios, vocal duets, solos, violin solos,
readings and humorous sketches. Theyj
sre charming young ladies and will give!
Plain field one of the moat interesting!
concerts ever heard here. The eourae j
ronsikts of five entertainments. Seaaon !
ticketa, ft; single thketa, 2.V. Tickets!
on sale at Leavitt's drug store Saturday
Oct. 23. I
Frank Mayo, leading man In the Nellie.
Gill players, aasieted by local talent,
will preaent the drama. "Among the
Breakers,' at the PlainfielJ opera houae
Friday and Saturday evening, Oct. 13
and 16, for the benefit of the Village
Improvement society and public library.
Purchase vour tickets at once. You are
sure to be pleased with the entertain
merit. Look for poatere.
THE NEW STORE
MOM DRY GOODS CO.
a
CURRIER BLOCK, 191 NORTH MAIN STREET, BARREj VT.
We beg to announce to the public of Barre and surrounding districts that the Opening
of the New Union Store will occur on Thursday, October 14, showing a. complete New Line
of Fall and Winter Merchandise.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wearing: Apparel, Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Goods,
Linens, Gloves, Corsets, Muslin and Knit Underwear, Notions, etc., at The Lowest Possible
Prices.
y The New Store is' opening for business under the most favorable conditions, and we
earnestly solicit your patronage. , ,
Our Policy will be to sell Honest Merchandise at the Lowest Prices, and if any pur
chase is not satisfactory, your money will be cheerfully refunded.
Every dollar's worth in This Big New Store is New, Fresh, and Up-to-date, including
the season's very latest models in Suits, Coats, Dresses, etc
YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE LOW PRICES
Read About These 9 Big Special Values for the Opening Days
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 14, 15 and 16 and make a special effort at come
$1.00 Messalines,
79c a Yard
An extraordinary opening special. A
full line of the newest Shades and
Black, 36 inches wide and sold reg
ularly at $1.00 per yard in
every store. Opening Prise, 7 iJ Q
per yard
50c Crepes,
39c a Yard
A complete assortment of all of the
leading colors in Plain Silk and Cot
ton Crepes for waists, dresses, etc.
Sold regularly at 50c per -j
yard. Our Opening Price,
per yard
25c Towels,
19c Each
An extra large Hemmed Turkish
Towel, an extraordinary special and
one, you should take advantage of.
Regular price of these Tow
els is 25c Opening Price, J y Q
each
Regular $10.00 Coats,
$5:98
Great offer for the opening days, or
while they last. 35 Ladies' and
Misses' Coats at this EXTREMELY
LOW PRICE. Come
early and get your
choice. Each . . . .
$5.98
Waist Special,
89c
This is a wonderful bargain. Pretty
new styles and a good assortment for
selection. Actual values
$1.00 to $1.25. OPENING xQ
Sale of Gowns,
89c
Ladies' Cotton Night Gowns, nicely
made and trimmed with hamburg
lace and ribbon. Values,
$1.00 and $1.25. OPEN- fiQp
ING TRICE V
Manchester Percales,
10ca Yard
Good assortment of Light and Dark
Colors, all standard goods, 36 inches
wide and sold everywhere
regularly at 121gC a yard, j J
OPENING PRICE, per yd. V
Ribbon Special,
17c a Yard
For the opening days only, a special
sale of wide Moire, Satin and Taffeta
Ribbons. Well worth 25c
yard. OPENING PRICE, 7 f
per yard A
Crash Special,
8 l-2c a Yard
1,000 yards Bleached Crash Toweling
with fast red border. , Our regular
10c special. OPEN-
ING TRICE, per g J.-2C
PLAN TO ATTEND THE GRAND OPENING, FOR WE WILL BE MORE THAN PLEASED
TO SEE YOU
THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY
191 NORTH MAIN STREET, BARRE, VERMONT
tt ia th Sunlight.
We rnr all too art to aliut out tl
light in our modern houaaa, brraua
d not tflirr th wonderful TiUl powr
of light anj aunahin. hut frfiu-titly
mop la nr?ttiv a mi-dark new. 1 her.
it cloaer nmnartioi krtweea tl) tin
fy'11 power of lijrht and th. life forw
tl.aa vt mar perrhane. know, let tit
try th experiment. aniJ tha .ffeet of
lifiht and cheer in dull interior, and
upon our depreaaed feelmga. There need
t b a flare; the 1 jrU eaa. 1 regu
lated to euit changing conditio of the
4ar or eon. It ia m of the inter
eat ing problem ia th .rfjuatment of
i.i,.w draperies Ada Rainer la The
Countrj aid Maraeine for Otber.
A HARRK INTERVIEW
.Mr. Hooker Tells His Eiperiene
The following brief account of
n interview with a Iarr mm
ten years grx and its equeL
will be read with keen interest
I
BETHEL
Attorney tookiaf Vp Fact la Fatal
Aat.mobU Accideat.
Wallae. Ilatclrf-lder elleJ Sunday
to Windeor lot aaaiat ia retting the faet
relating to aa automobile acrid, nt near
that piaee laat Saturday evening irom
were in Hanover. V. H.. laat Saturday to
aee the Irtmouth-Tuft football gam.
. 1. t'oftin i here from Harre, rj 'cit
ing for the Solvation Army.
the effeeta of hieh Mr. Jurtnoa Tuger 'rK.ua
WASHINGTON
V.aa reeeived laat Week Of the
a of Ira C. t alef who i in
church Sunday, and a good attendance,
listened to an escellent aermoa. It ia
eipeeted that Mr. Fortier will alao
preach ia thi aam. place next Sunday,
Oct. 17. A good attendance i deird.
It ia reported that G. K. Hunlingtoa
ha Bold hia undertaking bntinaa to M
J. Whitcolhb of lfl Iiarra.
illne.
Irovid.nfe, R. 1, on a tiit, lut
oi aa
Stur-
im-
. . . i .i i. J . k .. n .1 . v nwirniflff
"l r?u" .r:. ' "r;i.tH.!d.r. wrd w..
ana ""'T " " r: ,"vilp roved cood.tion of Mr. ( alef.
Thr automobile waa lnre4 in maeor . i - . .
for a trip to tlaremont. N. H, -nd m Cf J "t "K
tho rrturi went over a bank w.th the re-j he p'r't Trn.rd for th ..at t-.
eult atated. It believeU tl.at H.e
cliauffeur wa ia aomti way at fault.
fe anil Vra Wallae P-atfheU.T were
ill Umxiatoek l.t evening to att.-nd t!.e aw mm.
....I of th Wind-or! hev. iorj-e r
Sun.ta va.
Fn d Worthley tia j urchaaed aa aato- j
mobile. I
- XV. Huntinfrtoa ' rebuilding h'f '
eighth an
by every citizen.
lier .ioly. the r"t of ber brother J Hnr.V.er, 101 PT0peCt
and a.fe. U. and Mr.. Irl Ma;t-. t .irPt I'afTf MVS '
j lUnrr Ita.dam. w bo baa been a.a.t nr ,'lTWl l'arrR' "
rel.t,e. baa retard to I . .me ia j 1 a eopatant dull .a T asT
Atr. (tida and I muld ait but a ait t.me.
j Ve'were TeT erry U b-a o t he j otrvvvl -f i..t-..tit-m. 1 hoi kd
4etk ff m tTaf4 I.H'B at the I
bxine of tier oareota. be wa a a-er !
m.t. h reote 9imw rt4 will be at t-i.
rreal'T ai,ii-4.
tiopatrr - bT fmr-tf aei
of bmo. ia rert jtL
' ry weaatH-M wVir waa a err arw J t
.-!r4
Fortwr of M. ATbana
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(Wjatj V. XI. C. A. jO-.H.r e , vi ..t v
Ortirle F. Waldd reached bia 2d ' - - jjY t
birthdar ar.niv.-raarr reterday and tW O hlPTQ Ffli- i
event wa. eibrtei by a f an,.!y party, j I U W I I Vl 1
i . i . . . i . . ( J . h in. 1 a a j mm 0 a a a .
rreorli oa I!'valton bill. j
Mr. Ilarrr' Wnforth of An4oer, N.J
- . A m ti.it St '
irrf E. K.n.taiH a.
ftnaine. vw.tora i eater -lay i'!i4ed
(orre ft. Ibt P!an- V. A. B. I'-'(4-
ia of A . .. r. Ma lall rf llmh
CoIumbiaBatteries
Highest Test
Barre Electric Company
135 North Main Street Telephone 9S-W
Of Headache
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wi.irli t '"tJur e f I "-? Ir. al . .
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PERRY & NOONAN
UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS
Hospital Ambulance Sen ice
iinrrtiirtl AVB tlrvx KB41Jita SPT BatBt
et'T. V. A l!.ii rrd of f!rfe.d. J. F- lr ti ."a' he lhe trei or.,r'i e '
t and enr iw fr. tbe frt. I t""k tr . "
ater.
Xra W Start at tfe Barton
4 r to th t'T a-e . wbo c5ot
; eare if tHe t ) rmmits. '
; a-'--!") fa ii to her l-e MMoe-. be.
! rawae tr aw on IMir ewa. of it '
ttJt"B IT '0 i1 waft '
.t rt ia t-Jf mto ff-''".
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to f- r-rt. 1 wreo-w b"sisd-
e- 1 j 1 , Vt.
in ail. pmrifre. i " ' ' --.,
and t r t'4--rr4 to. j
OVER TEN YEARS LATER,;
Mr. Hrr.ker aid: !
1 m ,n finac a K .do- r Vim
tr.kW of I irt ,BT,H. 1 . Hatrne and
iniyr W i?ki of M. Jobnatatry. i lr.
an. V.r Ila'ph U ; of Itornard.
Ma. T A. !'' w-oot J-etTity t.
j If. . V. I.'eevw. be)tii o"'r. bo
j lea that tW are O" m '-'!
eaaea tti town at reaett TW ia a
raw. . -W 1er mi t fam..r of
H H. Wbn.kr ia Tarar4.
Ni" WarviH liu'ia'd a w rete-a.r
New Ii... m the 0 -tk
t aam rei. w, er.ve o. rfr t-r.
.. lar t.fr. a rew.f lr:..fl4 I. eM)
ih ran kvk 'r.w1ure f tm .e4-
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r-'T te r .ot! I tt e.seef tr..f.w
Ita. t-e. r. til'- e. t mrrwT t . fwt-a
Ai.n-I.mnta 1 al.seta t 1 I. f 'r fr...t
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DON'T BE A BEAR
The indoor months will oon t here. 7:y leave
vour home a" plomy as a liar's den, when fmh
Wall Paper. Faint and Varnish will make it bright
and cheery? . lt
Ncw Wall Papers ju?t in. AL- Kme potaJ I arpa;ns
in Kundle Ixts.
A. V. BECKLEY
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