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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1920.
er Ihevem thing youi'heai't desires LET us show you the Official . Laboratory Model of the New Edison. Let us play it for you. Let us tell you of the remarkable guarantee which goes with this instrument. A guarantee of realism Do you know what this means? SON "The Phonograph with a Soul" Realism! Only realism can make the phonograph as wonderful a lource of music as all the artists in the world. . Realism I How can you know the phonograph that achieves Realism? The Official Laboratory Model -of the New Edison has proved its Realism by direct comparison with living artists. ThesiDger sings or the instrumentalist plays. Suddenly the artist stops, and the New Edison continues alone. Four million people have wit nessed these remarkable testa. They found that only artist could they by watching the tell when he was singing or playing and when the New Edison waj Re-Creating his performance. The instrument we'll show you is an exact duplicate of the instru ment which triumphed in these comparison-testa. It will sustain the same test. We guarantee it to be capable of the ame beautiful atui attounding Jiealifm, and that is guaranteeing everything your heart desires. Come in and hear it. Our Budget Flan olvei the money problem n buying your Neve Edison. Let ut tell you about it. DROWN'S DRUG STORE 48 No. Main St., Barre, Vt. 1)119 t'pt n e n 33. EAST CALAIS )'.. ,T. Uutter, optometrist will be at A-. A. Oove's gtdre, Saturday, the loth. Call and have your eye examined. adv. i QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION GetDr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No griping results from these pleasant little tablets. They cause the liver and bowels to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. Dr. Edwards' Oliva Tablets are a soothing, healing, vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. If you have a bad taste, bad breath, feel dull, tired, are constipated or bilious, you'll find quick and sure re sults from Dr. Edwards' little Olive Tablets at bedtime. 10c and 25c a box. 3-Grain Tablets Makes Flesh E. MONTPELIER CENTER Airs. S. H. Lyford was able in go to Montpelier Iat Saturday for the first time since nhe returned home from Hcaton hospital several week ajro. Mian Oorjrianna Ke.lley went lat week to Montpelier to work. C. P. Dudley and family are now settled in their tenement over the tore, which he recently houpht. I'hilip LaT'oinl ha with him a broth er from northern New York state and both are at work on the road", tit tinjr biiahew, which improve the hwk very much. Mrs. Mary Thompson wn a bii'ine isi'ur in Montpelier Saturday. Mrs. William Stanley is jrettin;: over a frrip cold, the same a- many other have had during o much cold and wet weather. Fred Stronjr is not yet able to work about hi farm, but hi son. Carroll, and the hired man. who by the way ha been there 2.1 years, have had wheat and oats own nearly two weeks. beide a lot of garden stuff i planted, and Mr. Strong ha many flower seed sown. The road machine wa around thi way last week, much earlier than usu al, for which we are thankful. W. A. Koter, Charle t'urti and I Henry Batchelder took an auto trip J to Waldeij Saturday afternoon and found Home snow on the way. Mr. and Mrs. Kred Townend, who STOWE William H. Culver Made 29 Pounds of Fine Sugar from One Tree. Wltlinm It. C'ulvpr renort that ha lias made twenty-nine pound of fine HUrar irom one iree mis spring, in lioiiliinr nil records known here exec n - i that of his own ot two years ato, whe he made mirty-two pounds irom ti same tree. The tree' which irraw j Mr. Culver V door yard ha a slioi trunk and heavy' limb. Two bucket and four spouts were used. One good run of sap was lost by bucket run ning over. Last year the yield was ten pounds. O. E. Luee, chairman of the Ver- mont titate fair price commission, is on a business trip to Brattteboro, Rut- land and Burlington in connection with work of the commission, j F. h. Howe and son of Xorthfield j were business visitors in town Mon : day. i John Beltis and children and Miss i Grace Ploof of West Lebanon, N. H., motored to Stowe Monday and were ! accompanied home by Mrs. John Bet jtis. who has visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. Fred Ploof, for the past ten days. They reported that the roads i were good. 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Preseott of Va 1 terbury Outer spent Monday with ! Mrs. Preseott 'a mother, Mrs." I). V. ! Reed. There was. a meeting Monday of I the Relief corps committee, conitin of Mis. Minerva Ti.ukham, Mrs. A. R. Straw and Mrs. Agnes Jcmney, ap i pointed to have a suitable memorial for the unknown dead of the army and ' navy placed in the River Banks cem 1 eter'y. The committee met F. L. Howe ' of N'oithtield and selected a tablet. ' Mrs. P. R. Hale, who has been ill . for two weeks, is recovering. O. K. Luce, secretary of the L;ke Mansfield Trout club, has mailed the annual report of the club to it mein ber. Dr. Homer C. Brigham of firand Rapidx, Mich., president of the Lake Mani'tbld Trout club, is in Montpelier ;ind expects to lie in Stowe abou( the 5th of May. The annual meeting and trout dinneV will be held at the lake I June 2. ! Mrs. Mary Slierbut returned Mon t day from (iranviile, X. Y.. where she , ha" been with her eon, Ralph Slier but, and family. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherbu who ha been I ill with acute Bright' dicae. i more ! comfortable. Mr. Mary Slierbut will huve employment, at Lake Ma infield ; during the summer. ! Mis Alice Cole has returned to Mor-ri-town. after visiting her iter. Mr. I I. A. Barrow. The condition of I. ' . Barrows doe not improve. Fay Tinker of MorrJsville i now caring tor Mr. Barrow. 1'remont Stone, who went lat. week to live with hi daughter. Mr. Mar iha Ryan of Milton, has been em ployed' by L. B. and C. A. Tomlinson th"pt 1S year. O. Howard Smith ha returned from ; Med ford. Mass., where he viited Mr. '. Smith, who i with her daughter, Mr. W. II. Perry. Clarence Smith of Morrisville is spending a few day in town. Mi Jeosie Southard. MLs Paul ine Harris. Pearl Taylor, Har.cl Oakes and Beatrice Kaior returned Monday from Burlington, where they attended the older girls' conference of the Y. YV. C. A. Mr. Alice Atari in of l'-f. lroik field i visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ar thur Aither. and family. Mr. and Mr. Herbert Pike and three daughter of WateHmry vixiteil Mr. Pike's i.ter, Mr. R. B." Rinsell, Turs dav. Sir. Frank Bedell and Mr. Carroll Bedell were in Waterlmrv Tneday. Mr. C. L. l!binon i in Richmond to the house by reason of .illnes for two weeks, returned to White River Junction on Tuesday, improved in health, though not yet able to do much work. Mr. A. P. Myatt left Tueday for Wateibury, to visit her mother for a few day. Extensive repair are being made on the E. T. Salisbury house on Frank tin direct. mi,l in the meantime the fu.niK arm luianlin? with Mrs. Bertha! Rumrill. ! packing her household g""d. which Afr. Freeman of V,MMto.k a .n 1 i b brought to Stowe this week, tertaincd over Monday night bv her i Hhe Mt. Mansfield reamery and nephew. John Tewksburv, ami ife. I (Jrain association ha be-nin work on and on Tues.lav morning" she returned the new granary and warehouse, which 'will he ittistea on me nun ni nie run- Anyone wlahtnf to add to their weight. imprre their color, and re store ft normal condition of the alomach and nerve, should adopt the wonder- Shyaietana and drufiriata aa "J-araln . moved from hcr to Barre, May 3. were ypo-nuclane tablets." put up In aal tow. wjth tlipir auto Sunday and. pac.aea with full diryci,,a for hrm ! , , ..... .Ml,.k : .u. ,..., use. Red lipa. pma ann id io , - . ' 10 pounds increase In wnaht ar nt i near Henry Catet for halt an hour, uncommon rasutta from aevrat swots"' until help 'enough came along to pull UMife. Ak your well-atorked aruffirt tJ)(in (ufr " for them. " ru.frn Collin of North ! riend at ea-t vii- Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ketehum. Mr. Iuie Holman. Mrs. I. ilia Dunham and Mrs. Krel Dudley left on Tile day morning for Rutland, where they will attend the tate mt-eting of tin (;. A. R. and Woman's Relief i-orps. The lad.es were delegate from 'he lo cal lodge and expect to return on Vri-dav. UOODIWnY V. .1. Butter, ontometrist. will be at Mrs Daniels' store Fridsv. the 14th. i Call and have your eyes examined. adv. Bijou Theatre Entrance on Pearl St. Three Shows Daily, a:is, 6:45. 1:30 J Montpelier visited frii I J lage lat Sunday. PRICES: (including war tax) MATIN EES 1 AdstU ISc. rhildran Isc EVENINGS: Asalts tae. CJiiMmi lac -To-day- I). W. Griffiths' Feature "SCARLET DAYS fine star? produrvd br th mmtlrr di--tnr. A lo rhaptrr I af Ihr mnat er- ritlnr aansl rt pmdunsi. " THE L06T tlT. Burtoa HoIbms traW. Tharvdar. May IS Dorothv Gish in "TURNING TABLES' A plar rlTinr Mh Gtsa fall cbanr to LOOSE UONS A.ND FAST LOVCIU.- f-riaav. May 14 rejjjry Hyland in " FAITH " A pbmr 1 af -Evnta. taraa. Mar It Harry Morey in "THE BIRTH OF A SOUL- tr .T I! Ynunir returned home fi-om a nearly two weeks' tay in Montpelier Tuesday. Harry Daniel went to Boston on a business trip Thursday night and re turned Tuesday morning. Dexter Taylor lout a good younjr cow a few days ago, a she lippd and fell, breaking one leg. Mr. and Mr. lorge Butler are the happy parent of a dauih'er, born lat week' at Hcaton hop'rtal. A number from thi part of the town attended the LeBaron eoneert at Xorth Montpelier Thursday evening. RANDOLPH DO YOU SUFFER THE AGONIES OF RHEUMATISM TAK-IfK-SIS ia recogniied a a rtmedy of real valut in the treat meot at this disease. Tke"3trfsf TAR-RI 819" willisttrart 7a U4 saswa why I uf AR-NE-SIS 1 CONQUERS RUCUSSATISM IT'S mi. Bead fat it. W. A. TAEKEY, Lycn, Kaaa. Tmi irarrxt Mlu TAE-na-sis I ,nth nf I he fr-iL'ht dcixrt. The site ha been purchit-cd from the C. V.. & K. '. Burt Co., and will enable tln handliiiir of more urain at a chf-aner 1 figure, a it will a'low accommodation for the installation of priiKltnc and mixing apparatn and elevator for vn loading cars of bulk grain, which under the old arrangement t'w expensive to attempt on the s.ale demanded by the business. The huildinp will be :I4 feet by UK) w ith At foot pot. The storehouse at the rreamery will lie tumeil over into a upulv ncpot tor cream w oi k Morr IT ELM RIVER K. W. Sherwell held an auction last Monday at which he sold all hi houe ho'd jjiKid. preparatory to leaving town. I'very item sold well. He ex pects to le here about one week long er. Hi former rent will be occupied bv Mr. Hooker. The Study club held it annual gen tlemen's ni'ht last Monday evening in villaire hall. A one-act comedy, en titled "A Woman for President," wa presented by member of the club, fol lowing this." refreshments were served. Wnd a general good time enjoyed. Miss Verns Cameron of Springfield. Mas., spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mr, t'harle Cameron. Mr. and Mr. R. K. Farwel! spent Tuesdar and Wedne-day in New York City. Dean Brork ha secured a position with the American Kxpres company snd i working st both the Wells River land Woodville station. I Mr. R. K. Vincent went to Lawren-e HAS NO PAIN NOW What Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound Did for Mr. Warner. Onalaeka, Wi "Every month I had such paina in my baek and lower pari, ui Blums"." I could not lie in bud. I auirered ao it teemed aa though I would die and I was not regular either. I a u ff e r e d for a year and waa unfit to do nay hoiwework, could only wash dishes once in a while. I read an adver tisement of what Lydia E. Pmkham a Vegetable Compound had done for ether women and decided to try it It aurely did wonder for me. I have no pains now and I can do my house work without any trouble at all. I will always praise your medicine as I do not believe there is a doctor that can do as much good in female weak ness, and vou may use these facta ai a testimonial." Mrs. Iesteb E. War Ms. R. 1, Box 6, Onalaska, Wis. The reason women write such lettera totheLvdia E. Pinkhara Medicine Co. and tell their friends how they are help ed is that Lydia E. Finkham'a Vege table Compound has brought health and happiness into their litre. Freed from their illness they want to pass the good news along to other suffering, women that thev also may be relieved. last Friday, where she spent Saturday and Sunday with her husband. It i expected that tbey will soon move to ttiat place. Victor Robert of 1-tndonville spent the week end with his son, Theodore. Mr. Fulsom and daughter. Avinne, arrived in town last Saturday trom hir home in N'aslma bv automobile. They will spend the summer here. Dana Stinson of Laeonia, N. H., spent Sunday with his father, W. v. Stinson. , The following officers were elected at the first meeting of the Karl Brock pot: Commander, . Henry Mnnscii; adjutant, Wendall Uark; treasurer. . Hildreth; service oltlcer, Ktisseu .-Min-son; employment officer, D. A. (Jeorge; chaplain. Victor Patterson; historian, Donald Dodd; athletic director, Victor Patterson: sergeant -at -arms, diaries Jjimphere; committee on post activi ties. Charles Uinpliere, w. o. . iarK, D A. (icorge. Jt was voted that the annual dues be $1 per year, and that the meeting would oe me nrst una third Tuesday of each month. STOCKBRWGE Mr. and Mr. Frank William of Randolph and Mrs. Walter Williams of Gaysville called on theft- couaui, Mr. J. S. Leonard, recently. The body of Alva Larned, which has been in a vault in Rutland, wan brought here for burial Saturday. " . The body of Mrs. Tickett, formerly Mrs. Abbio Colby of this place,' waa brought here for burial Saturday. The remains were accompanied by Mr. Pickett. Mrs. Pickett died in Rutland hoapital, following a operation. , Will Oifford of Sherburne, on the ' Clifford road to Rutland, died. Thursday morning and the remain were brought here for burial Saturday. This made three burial in our cemetery in one afternoon. f ,1. H. Mussey and family spent Sat urday in Prootorsville. Mr. Kmily Stickney of the Kurn IJattin homes wa in town .Saturday and Sunday, soliciting fund for the homes. She stopped with Mrs. 0. B. Fish. tieorge Manning was a busiues vis itor in Bethel Saturday. Mr. Mack of Woodstock and Mr. Luce'of Xorth Pomfret were the speak ers at Pomona grange, which wot with Tweed River grange Saturday. A very line meeting was held. G. B. Fish, agisted by the Carey and Haves orchestra, gave his enter tainment at Union hall. Gaysville, on Friday evening. A good time and a fine crowd wa reported. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Beals of Beth el were week-e d visitors at the home of J. S. Leonard. . Ed Longlev is failing. Dr. Angel! of Randolph was called to see him on Saturday. Harley Longley wa in town Sun day to "visit his brother, F.d Longley, and sister, Mr. Stillman Stoddard. Mendall Blackmer and airtef, Alice, have measles at the home of their aunt. Mr. Alice Smith, in Ludlow. John Blackmer had the misfortune to lose his nice sheep Sunday morn Ing. Last year this nheep brought in its owner over SsiO in net profit. Mr. and Mr. Henry Race and daugh ter, Thelma, spent the week end at. the home of William LaCount in Pitts-field. Tuberculosis THE chief factor inlfighting this dread scourge is keeping the body stronger than the germs. By feeding the tissues and enriching your blood the body is made stronger than nor mal enabling you to improve and your body to gain the strength needed to beat off the disease. For your body's safety take The Food Tonic Give it as directed hi milk. In three to six days improved appearance will be noticeable. Rovinine since 1 877 has been prescribed by physicians and sold by drug stores everywhere. Try Bovinine, it is NOT a medicine but a food tonic, bloody and body builder. Six oz. bottle . . -7 ; Twelve oz. bottle . . 1.15 THEBOVINZNE COJ W.ilowten StNcw York J, CABOT Diabetes Sufferers Should Not Give Up In Despair Warner Safe Diabetes Remedy ha brought health and happiness to many who thought themselves beyond aid. Diabetes is a peculiar and baffling disease which the medical profession seems to be unable to cure despite the nianv venr of exrierimentine and re search 'by foremoBt physician tbrough- u.,.. r T n.uirlurd nreached from lie. 1 ... ' 1 1 - - - . 1, t..t ; 1 Mutnue! 1 .17. '28. making : ,,nt the world. . .flri-inw anneal to the mothers to once ! Diabetes is invariably the result more get back to the days wherein J impaired nutrition this results in an excess of sugar in the bloou ana ian nrp nf the food to nourish, hence a ,nni fnn.iilered it a Drivilrze to surrender their sons to God and to the ministry of His gopel. Mr. Guddard makes another appeal, and that is that the people rally quickly and immedi ately and get ia'k to their places of worship alier being held at home, many of them, because of the severe winter weather. The After Effects of Pneumonia This is No. 2 of a series of advertisements, prepared by a com petent physician, eip'.atning how certain diseases which attack the air passages uch aa Pneumonia, Influenza, Whoopinic Cough, Measles or even a long continued Cold often leave these organs in an inflamed, congested state, thu affording a favorable foothold for invading germs. And how ick s V apo Rub may be of value in this condition. Tncumonia attacks the air cells cf the lungs. An inflammation is set up and matter is thrown off which causes the air cells to solidify, thus preventing the natural flow of bjood thru the lungs. This "backing up" of the blood causes the heart to pump harder, just as stepping on a hose increases the water pres sure, which is the reason why. during this disease, the phvsician watches the overburdened heart so carefully. After recovery the lunjjs are filled with a mass of wreckage tb 1rri of the battle which iu over nni "i r1.' " i vv- - . . t. nery manufacturing supplies. The must be gotten rid OI by a process : i' being done by K. D. Ililliker, , novm a s resolution . Frequently. istown. I ;()r.r.A ennti remain enncestion I llli.Illv u --- t C persists, cough hangs on. and the least exposure brings on a cold that is hard to get rid of. If neglected, such damaged air pas sages may easily develop serious disease of the lungs. Such cases should always con tinue under a physician's care and frequent examinations should be made to see that nature is gradual wasting away while eating well. Symptoms of the disease are, in creased thirst, excess of urine, emacia tion and dry skin, often with a sweet ish odor. Following are a few voluntary words i.t i.rsise from a man who has used 11- C..f- f . . . 1. . . ( ' 1 1 r r u'l.li trrat ifvinir results. Perhaps vou may be , ing druggists. for eight years. I heard about Warner' Safe Diabetes Tiemedy, and I tried i-ome of it and got myself in good con dition and went to work again. On man said he doctored for two years and that one bottle of Warner s Safe Dia betes Remedy did him more good than all the doctors. I am much pleased and t thankful fnr vonr lifc-savinir rem- edv that I cheerfully recommend it tt I ' , 1 . :. 1 J- .1. .. - . I I fjanvoue irounieu wnu uiaocirs nu 01 hnnp this will be the cause of helpinfl many sufferers." (Signed! James Piatt, Xat l Military Home, Dayton, Ohio. Warner's Safe Diabetes Remedy it made from a formula tried and tested and used with remarkable results dur ing the past 40 years. As the name in dicates. Warner's Safe Diabetes Rem edy is absolutely safe and is made sole ly' from herbs and other beneficial ingredients. Sold bv Parre Drug Co. and all lead- Sample sent on receipt -I benefited in a like manner. of ten cents. Warners aie ncmen.e. "1 had been troubled with Diabetes Co., Dept. Rochester, V . Adv., properly continuing the rebuild ing process. Nightly applications of Vick's VapoRub will aid nature in this work . Because Vicks acts locally by stimulation thru the skin tc draw out the inflammation, at tract the blood away from the congested spots and relieve the cough. In addition, the medici nal ingredients of Vicks are vaporized by the body heat. These vapors are breathed in ail night long, thus bringing the medication to bear directly upon the inflamed areas. j Vicks should be rubbed in I over the throat and chest until 1 the skin is red then spread on j thickly and covered with hot ! flannel cloths. Leave the cloth-: ing loose around trie necic ana the bed clothes arranged in the form of a funnel so the vapors arising may be freely inhaled. If the cough is annoying, sw allow a small bit of Vicks the size of a pea . Samples to new users will be sent free on request to the Vick Chemical Company, 232 Broad Street, Greensboro, K. C. NEW SHOES When you think of New Shoes, come in and look our lines over. We have Ladies' and Gents' Dress Shoes in a variety of styles. Shoes for growing girls. White Shoes for ladies and misses. u In Men's Work Shoes we have a Brown Canvas, with rubber bottom, that is a good number for summer wear, also the regular Leather Shoe for hard knocks. Let us show you. LEE & CLARA H. SUORTT, Marshfield, Vt. Bar re Opera House One Biff Night Thursday, May 13 The Happiest of All Musical Comedies, with a Carload of Novelties and a Score of Tretty Girls as Sweet as Spring's First Flowers I UVapoRub More Than 17 Million Jara Used Yearly S0c 60c 1.20 Your Bodyguard Against Colds i 21 Twinkling Tunes Special Orchestra Plentitude of Girls A Terpsichorean Treat of All the Latest Society and Novelty Dances The Snappiest. Fastest. Fun Show on the road this year, with a riot of color in creation gowns that will please the ladies. You'll be sorry if you miss this one. rillCES: 50c, 73e, SI. $1.50, Box Office Tuesday, Tel. 471-W i'Wwvvvwm" m ' " "" . wvnmvv Silver C't circle of King' Datigh- i ter met at the h'ime r.f Mr. .1. P. t.it ' ford on Tuesday afternoon to make ! p!an f the corning contention in I '.tune. The several committee were ( i appointed and the work planned f r j the eliciting and all put in 2d or-j j der fr the meet'njr The Hate meet-I inir cfwivenet here June 16. 17 and 1".' ' and hi! the p.n are iKt fully ! known, it i epe-.e4 t hat there wiil' I he a Burner of delegate pnewnt, ai.4 j a fwnfi-abie meet in ihe r"nlt. I ! Mr. .K. I- Mntvrr. who h hen" ! out of town i.ir the wintr. jTivel here on TudiT irnm B ton. and wi ! BLAlk PElHfct.- w4 umil i ' rewi;n lre a b-j. aurinjr the um-1 i. Fran.- it) -1mr Fa. wre mi ma fr -4nl'r t .t the.r ni'S- j er. arl t ft-t f e wk rr'.nrrri j rf-cw thr:r work in Hrt f -rl. tr.n . w.Te trT kre fn-4 p ..!-n'. . Mr. IU'- 4 Tr. after p i. ' Uw !' w :!i Hr jrit. h", ' inr fcr Yir I'raak'.a. X. Tn I ' i Mr. K. K. incent went to Lwrn-e : p-.i i . ;y Many School Children are Sickly (Hr ftfihipf . .nd t eold eal!y. are fererl.h and ccmtipated. bar. 0 it ) 1 I l " M I I An beadarne. .totnaI. of bowel trouble. Nlt J Jf JJL LL W W -ii- MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN Used by Mothers for over 30 years r'cafact to take and a certain relief. They tend to brealc cold in 24 Hours, act on ine oinniaca, uin uva ipt. ,.A r. enrreft intestinal disorders and destroy worm. iai lil thf foJlowintr from mothers nd friends t f children tel'.inz of relief. Oripnals are on fc'.e in our offices ,taK as Are up a and r ! 11 f tt Mt I T r -1 -WmiT K.HT." " I H.arq t'iiitifT!trttO'!U''":rr'. Mk k.k nr: --"- ir .r w m.i a.rw H I a r-'"' ' r, ''" f-n trfr w,k,niW 'lrrurw.TwWTrr fiai"!- ra ta-ii-er-s 4 r t trf t pM - n. r. !m4 itw, a ca ul!ail; ia oar; cat Get a pact-ae frr.ru ycruf dmrc;st for use when needed. m iN M m if I !M Next Friday, May 14, 8:15 p. m. Montpelier City Hall MARTINELLI Sr - MARSH contralto Reserved Seats Now on Sale at Bailey's Music Rooms. Prices, including tax $1.10, $1.65, $2.20 Buy Tickets To-day A Musical Treat-Can Ydu Afford to Miss It?-Good AutomobilinS Special Cars Leave Barre at 6:45 and 7:30-Takc 6: 15 Car if Possible ; u. j J j t. A. Cje-i, wl fci t l-t J ) 9 ,( luxtfi Kij H'aU tar liSltL uu))ui "iuv