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THE BAItRE DAILY TIMES, B Alt RE, VT., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915.
c wwpiCT .-.iaw-w;ii, im if 11)1111. i wuy 1 "ir , How About That Gasoline Engine? We carry a complete line that includea Small Engines for Cream Separators and Light Work Large Engines for Wood Sawing and Heavy Work "RELIANCE LINE" engines perform every duty with faithfulness, efficiency and lowest cost. Our Catalog D will interest you because it gives you the information you want and our prices are right, too. GASOLINE ENGINES For All Purposes Besides Engines, we offer the best system of electric light n St w it , n ing known. The "QUALITY SYSTEM" prevents fire risk and loss from overturned, lanterns and gives you all the light you want anywhere, any time, in any building. Write us or C. E. Searla, our general agent at Barre, or J. L. Arkley, Barre. Send for our catalog D. ., giving every particular. BRACKETT SHAW & LUNT COMPANY fiiiii " Z NO. WASHINGTON STREET. BOSTON BSSaBBBSSaBBD SOHERSWORTH. N. H BUY SPURR'S GUARANTEED COFFEES Revere - Concord - Continental -Signal A coupon will be found in each package, which when turned into any church, school, social clubs, ladies' aid societies, fraternal and charitable institutions has a CASH VALUE. Turn them into the TREASURER, or if for church aid. drop them into the contribution box and see how they will accumulate. The Cup of GOOD CHEER IS SPURR'S REVERE , HOWARD W. SPURR COFFEE CO., Boston, Chicago On Sale at Eastman Brothers1 Store ::::::n;:;;::;;:;g::nu::n:u;tu;;;::;;:;:;;;n;;;::;n;;r;:an:;::::t:n::;n:;:n The New Troup Studio Worthen Block The most modern studio in Vermont. Private dressing room for ladies and children. Large groups our specialty. Make appointment for Christ mas sittings. TROUP the photographer in your town. 'Phone, 389 Itcre ia another Overland model. A brand-new car at a brand-new price. Many people prefer a car that ia smaller, lighter land more economical to run, but with the advantages of the larger and higher-priced car. Model 75 is a comfortable family car with virtually all the advantages of the very large cars, at a price which ia well within your reach. The price in only $015! It has a powerful motor; electric starting and lighting . system; high-tension magnet ignition; 104-inch wheel base; cantilever springs; four-inch tires; demountable rims; streamline body design. This season our factory capacity has been increased to 600 cars a day. , This, In itself, explains our ability to give so much car for so little money. This newest Overland is a beauty. The body is the latest full streamline design with a one-piece cowl. It is handsomely finished in solid black with bright neckel and polished aluminum fittings. Five adults can ride comfortably. While the car-is roomy, it is light in weight; 2,160 pounds. It has demountable rims, with one extra. ' The tires are four-inch all around, because we believe in the advantage of large tires. They insure greater mileage and comfort than can be obtained from the smaller size used on other cars of similar specifications. The motor is four-cylinder, long-stroke en-bloc type," having a 3',8-inch bore and 5-inch stroke. Horsepower is 20-23. - It is of the most modern design. It has high-tension magneto ignition. This is the kind used on the most expensive cars. The electric starting and lighting system is one of the most efficient on the market. It is of the two-unit type. The large elect ire headlights have dimmers. Model 75-f. o. b. Toledo Roadster $595 With Electric Starter and Electric Lights Four-Inch Tires r; This car Is very easy to handle. It responds quicklj. Anyone in the family can drive it. The electric switches are conveniently located on the steering column. This is the same arrangement used on the highest priced cars. It has the easy working Overland clutch, which any woman can operate.; The pedals are adjustable for reach. The steering wheel is large and turns easily. The brakes are large and powerful. The rear springs are, the( famous cantilever type. These are probably the easiest riding and most shock absorbing springs ever designed. With these spring riding comfort is insured. The seats are roomy and 'comfortable, for the soft cushions are built over deep coiled springs. It lias a mohair one-man top. In short, there is everything that makes this car up-to-date and comparable with many cars costs consider ably more money, ' You will be delighted when you see it. And when you ride in it you'll know instantly that this is your ideal of a modern automobile at your idea of a moderate price. - ' Other Overland models are Model 83 five-passenger touring car, $750; the famous Overland Six seven-passenger touring car, $1,145. All prices being f. o. b. Toledo. Specifications of Model 75 Pure streamline body five-pas- aenirer touring' ear Pinuhad in black with nickel and polished aluminum fit tings Whetlbase, 104 Inches High-tension magneto ignition 20-25 horsepower motor; eyl-- indero cant en bloc Electric starting and lighting ' Headlight dimmers Electric switches on steering column 81 x4-inrh tires Non-skids on rear Left-hand drive ; center control Floating type rear axle Cantilever springs on rear Built-in, rain-vision, ventilat ' ing type windshield One-man top Magnetic speedometer Elertric horn Full set of tools H. F. Cutler & Son, Barre. Vt. Also the Famous Willvs-Knight Automobile "Made in U. S. A." ' 310 North Main Street 'Phone 402-3 ! lir si ini-anS'iianaai nailil M ill 1 NORTHFIELD. , Telephone 152-W 409 No. Main Street, Barre GARAGE VERMONT TRUCKING AND SALES CO. AGENT! rOB JEFFERY CARS Furniture Moving; and Trucking- Anywhere Cars Overhauled and Stored All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory Arthur H. Smith and Miss Florence Ma thews Married. Arthur II. Smith and Miss Florence Mathews were quietly married Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock by Rev. dames H. .Sargent, pastor of the Congregational church. They left immediately for a wedding trip, after which the will re side in town. Mr. Smith is employed in the oflice of Charles M. Davis & company. mother at the Ryan farm at the Falls, (ieorge L. Tupper of the tax depart ment returned Wednesday from a busi ness trip to Montgomery Center. WAITSFIELD. On Tuesday evening. Jfov. 23,' Miss Albertson of New York sill trive read- j ings, pianologues, etc., at the M. E. church. 1 On (Mimlay morning next, Rev. C. M. I Redstone will occupy t lie M. K. pulpit, the first time since his accident. Mrs. J. R. Gates and two daughters I Mr. and Mrs. I.yle Kingsbury have left Wednesday for New Hrunswick, 1 been spending the week in Fayston. where they will spend some time at her home before leaving with Mr. Gates for Africa. Claude I.. Morse, W. A. Shaw and Pro- feasor II. R. Robert were among those in Montpelier last night to attend the many weeks, is able to sit up a few minutes daily. Mr. and Mrs. Harold LaMorder are the parents of a six-pound son, born Thurs day, Nov. 18. ' Mrs. C. H. Kewoomb is suffering with an attack of lumbago. j Sunday morning at the Congregational church the regular Thanksgiving service! will lie held, and a Thanksgiving offering' will be taken for the stricken Armenians. WASHINGTON. Home circle Wednesday, 18 ladies list eneil to the report of the woman's board meeting. The teachers of the graded schools in Wirr.ll litvwtrtn ii.i W'a ttuttfUi hail a annual meeting of th. sixth Masonic ' ,,.),, rating here Frids v. with Su- aisirici. i pcrintendent of Schools Norman Frost. ..Hi., c. ivirii, simia rHi.ii'i anl Miss Marjorie Sawyer were in Harra yesterday. Misses Mildred and Gertrude IInue of Crystal Spring Relnkah lodge, No. fiO. will hold its reaular mcetine November At the missionary meeting of the 23. Special business. 1'er order noble grand. Washington Baptist Church James Stnithers, acting pastor. Sunday school at 12 noon l'reaching service at 1 p. in. Kvening service at 7. This will lie a special evening with "Favorite Hymns and Hymn Writers," Rev. W. H. Itishop of SheHield will preach at I p. m with a view to the pastorate. Good music. All welcome. On Friday, the high school held a solid session, and is closed for one wick. Little Winifred Joolvn ll in Heaton hospital, Montpelier, and not in Mary WEBSTER VILLE. iienin irf visiimir yirm. a. r.. i ove i. i W.. Pnk I'lunilM at.,1 I. nr. t letclier. as stated by mistake in tins Averili returned yesterday from Mmt- column. Winifred is doing as well asl nelier. where they have been in attend- '""''I ' exi''ed after so aerious ant Webi-terville Rapiiat Oureh .Tames snce at the Rabidou trial. I operation. 'Stnithcrs. actin? paster. Morning serv-1 Mrs. Oiauneer IVnny left Thursday) Mrs. Henrv I.aMorder went to Rur-'ie at 10:30. Sunday school at 11 i for Florida, where she w ill siicnd the linrton Thursday to lie with her dauch- subject, "Jonah, the Mn-aionary. Chris-. winter months. 'tor. Mis F.llie IMordr, who was opcr- tian Kndeavor at 6:20. F.vci.ing service Captain Ira I- Reeves is this week a ted on Friday. 'at 7. There will le no Thursday evening- PARK THEATRE VER.MONT'S BEST PHOTOPLAY HOUSE Matinee, 2:15 to 5 Evening, 7 and 8:30 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20 HOLBKUOK Bl.INN IV TUB WORLD FILM CORPORATION'S MASTERPIECE Or THE SCREEN "THE FAMILY CUPBOARD " the two-real eassedy, Mins) arar Matar." ana "The Mirrar." drasa a Special Children's Matinee Every Saturday las MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22 jCSSE LASkT PRESENTS THE PARAMOUNT PICTURE DRAr "THE ARAB" FEATURING EDGAR SELWTN. THE AUTHOR Also Other Pictures Change of Program Every Day PRICES: Adults, Balcony 5c; Orchestra, toe; Children under 14 Years, 5c moving his Iioum'Iioij goous trom liur-linfrton. Mrs. Lucy P. Himhall of Council r.Iuffa, The Chatham Com-ert comnanv. tinder I prayer service neit e k. Uev. W the auspices of the lU'bekahs, ;ve an j Hishop of Sheilield m ill preach both morn entertainment in I l. t. . hall Thnrs-1 inif and exeninu with a view to the pa la, and Mrs. Melia H. kellopg of Han-(day evrninir. The i-ompany eonits of jtorate of the eliurch. over. X. H . are visiting their nephew, M vrrKa Chatham, reader; Adelaide l?yn-i Erhert L. Field. . drs. vmlinist; llarel l.unden, nran;j PLAIKFIELD, Fdward Hoi ton has returned from a 'Howard Walter, pianist. Misa thatiiam; Uiins trip to Ilnetun in the iiitrets carried her audience hy storm and of finyles M Hoiton. lie was aci-om tnied hy Mrs. Hoiton. ilnt. Urr audieme frnu laueliter to deep ice "I BACK AGAIN! I-I,r,,l 'i,.i:. ; i. ,...1.1 iw nislMii loncen company intra anl im ii.r.n,. .. i,'(f'v n ettt rTtaioinent attirdsv rvfitmg will, i 1 .n fcV--ZT;. V 1 I J- S '" ' jt"1' ' TCKKETS CAN BE COOKED BY ELECTRICITY and iriary rthf important thinpa ra a hr J.n quickly and rare aat tstaetnrtly if the -l1rwl 4ini ul the day are jat into ti. tu antnelBUig iti y-Hir kmae that mull be hirr wntn-libe4 i this rlB. Mfe sij! me in a ad aok us trtHna. We mtf ave jo t!n and roomy, too. Earre Electric Co. 11S No. Mara St., Ba-re. Tel. ;eore Andrrws f raaadena. t al.. is yisitir.K his sister, Mrs. ti.aik-s N. W lut marsh. F. K. 8aryer was a luines visitor in Mont ro ller yeterdajr. A larpe aud;ence atten'ied tte produc ti'ia of (!iim-y Adams Sawyer." in Armory lis II Thursday ever ntg. Com pany F mill, therefore, realire a tidy suni. F.daard F.yan of Utah is visiting his aeriousnes. (.rest credit is due the -cellenee of the trformance, especially in view of Die fart that the hail was riot only not ventilated till iiit-rmiion, hut a(o contai,tlv )il in tied .v riiur ninied coneral mna. Innciral VrnaMe of the'tiicli Miod Vov. 2d, at the orwra house. Tiikefs may lie obtained at K. F. Isvitt'a. The company comes hitfhlv recommended. Ad mission, 2 V. adv. WILLIAXSTOWIT. Vail:tn lri V i,e (team for Tltsnii- is spendme 1 1iaiittfi ina rtH-- at ln'eirinff dinner at 2.Va i-int or Mc home in IVanirnrton. ii;it. I'lare Jour urdtf early. V. M. lon Iionnelte, who has l--n ill sol illiama. By urgent request of those who could not gain admittance on our last visit to Barre 2 5) ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE LADIES Our vrry c-rr.j-te lirf of fur? for the ai r,f 1?16 are now rt-hdy for your ex-Trun&tkn, nd we woa!d t r''e&eci to hve you il cd 1-x-k them evir. f tat? trpt i ripen to rur tore. m do TKt kt the wnerj in the R;Jlo tridfe ditrict Uts4 joa to bt Levt we ire iKt t.H d 'Ir.r bir-e tt th oli rtar.d W e re hrr.Tg rvrrr e ctrrjtinrr.jj Hud-n Sl 0t in Utt tyle. Yra ahuH e the-n. S-r-e txtrtrr? rtyl ih Furm t.r6 Muff" ;ut mht rr-sj have 'nYArg f TvTXnrvrr.'.r r rft d lr the yr3 t vario.p rTir. !t fterrt tbM i the tirr se to htve j-serf or? rt ;!re L STIIKOUIIICK rmartKat rtit.'f a; state sTiiEi. ircyinirrt, rnxm r u i 1 4 -.V a 4 t - . : -a - 1"'' T7 i i J r a - i - ! i . i - ' " -4 , ' - ., STARTS MONDAY VOU ONE WEEK TWICE DAILY Montpelier City Hall CDIPCC Matinee. 2.V. V. T.V, $1.00 rnlUCO tcninff 25c, 50c, 7.V, $1.00, $1.30 Scat Sale Start Friday at BuswcIIi filU' 1 iniilll- .TfllWsf TT1 r I ' i ' f. iV..- -i- - J !.' t- s 1' IT r r n a s, nr-it f 11 ' n" - tT yJk I i i.-A iUU4l! AiTfc. i , M.AiJ ti i-f- U: I FOR FALL CLEANING Go over your 'zr, furniture and vcxiiwork after c'fr..'r.r with a p;e rf chf-trc-ckth moiftcr.ed v.ith CRYSTALINE It fix? rt injure, let fret nets and mUrcs the life tf the xktr.hh. and rcal.es it I-xk like r. I Xi'tl FAIT, l:V A. V. BECKLEY 1'ee r4-V 't-rr lnrt, S. e-,1 t; -n Cfrtt D X