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Tlirr UAHKE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JUNE- ,23, 1920.
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Miss Nita A. Palmer Bride of Ray W. Howard at Wilder. The First Congregiitiomil church of Wilder, waa the scene of a very bril liant wedding lat WVdiipaday after noon at 3 o'clock, when Mioa Nita A. Palmer, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David K, Palmer, and Ray W Howard of Picrmont, N. H., were united in marriage in the presence of an assemblage of relatives and friends that filled the church. Rev. L. (J. Chase, pastor of the church, performed the ceremony, using the double ring serv ice. The bride, who was given in mar- , riago by her father, was attended by her aister, Miss C. Augusta Palmer of 8t. Albans, as maid of honor, and two bridesmaids, Miss Jennie Wills of St. , Albans, and Miss Nita Kllis of Morris-, ville. Dorothy 8. Howard, niece of Mhfi crrnnm. wns the little (lower crirl land Kmery H, Palmer, nephew of the 'bride, was the ring bearer, carrying notli rings on a long stemmed rose, The groom had as his best man his cousin, Fred E. Woodruff of Newport and as ushers Cecil K. Palmer of St Johnsbury and Lawrence II. , Palmer of AVilder. Miss Margaret Campbell and Lillian Palmer playedMhc bridal chor us from Lohengrin on violins, accom panied by Miss Miriam Campbell at the , organ, as the bridal party entered the church,, and Mendelssohn' wedding march at the close of the marriage ccr oniony. They also rendered a few se lections as the guests were assembling, The church was decorated with four green arches, at the entrance and front aisles, studded 'with pink roses, while bouquets of roses and ferns decorated the entire church.' 'The bride was charming in a gown of white silk net over silver cloth, with bodtPe.of point lace, cut en train. She wore a tulle veil draped high at the hack and held in position with a wreath of white sweet peas, and carried a bouquet of white roses and shower of white peas. Her only ornament was a string of pearls, the gift of the groom. ' The maid of honor wore Nile green tafl'eta silk with silver lace, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. The brides maids, Miss Wills, was in canary blue taffeta silk, while Miss Ellis wore roe pink silk, both carrying flat bouquets of pink sweet peas. The little flower girl carried a crochet flower basket tilled with pink" rosbuds. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Gladys M. Palmer of Waitsfield, a schoolmate of the bride, served in the dining room, assisted by Misses Doris Howard and Marguerite Palmer. On their return from thier wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Howard will be at home after the first of August at Piermont, N. H. Out-of-town guests present at the wedding included: Guy Howard of 'Barre and daughter, Mary; Mr. and .Mrs." a. A. Palmer and family; .Mr. and Mrs. C. E.. Palmer and family; Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Fox, Mr. and Mrs. If. D. .Moore of St. .lohnsbury ; Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Howard of West Burke, R. E. Palmer and son, Emery, Miss C. Augusta Palmer, Miss Jennie L. Wills of St. Albans; Fred E. Woodruff of Newport, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ellis and Miss Nita Ellis of Morrisville, and E. V. Howard and family of Piermont, N. H. ill health for some time, but had been feeling as well as usual and her death came as a shock to the community. Sarah G. Harringlon, wife of Fred J. Harrington of West Lebanon, died at her home on Main street early on Sunday morning. Her death came as a release from intense suffering, which had been her lot for three years and a half. Cut off from all the usual ac tivities and interests of life, she main tained a hopeful outlook, enduring her suffering with commendable patience. Mrs. Harrington was iHirn in Sharon in April, 1SH5, a. daughter of John and Mary Fleming. In 18HU she was mar ried to Mr. Harrington, coming to West Lebanon about 10 years ago. She leaves, besides her husband, one son by a former marriage, Edgar J. Itotir- don, and two granddaughters. Char lntte and Clarissa Bourdon, three sis ters and two brothers. The funeral services were held from her lite home Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev H. L. Thornton. The interment was ill the Sharon cemetery. Misa Bessie Kendall is spending her summer vacation in Williamsburg Mass., where she lias ft position as bookkeeper. Mrs. Gladys Palmer of Waitsfield is visitinir her uncle. F. L. Palmer of Wilder. Mrs. Robert Gibbons went recently to Btirlincton to attund the graduation of lor dauffhter. Natalie, from the Mary Fletcher hospital training school for nurses. Miss Theresa Relihan is spending her summer vacation from her school duties at Bridirewater, Mass., with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert J. Trask of Wil der are reioicing over the birth ot a daughter, Helen, born Friday, June 18. A very pretty wedding occurred at the home ot .Mr. and -Mrs. J. Hartley Nelson of Norwich, when their old est' daughter, Lois Ellen, was united in marriage to Philip Dewey Lyman of Harttord. The double ring service was pertormed bv Rev. Herbert Dixon tin der an arch of locust and roses. The bride was attended by Miss Rena Bal lam, while the best man was Marshall Bushnell. Following the wedding a re ception was given, during which re freshments were served to about b0 guests. The bride was becomingly gowned in white crepe de chine and carried white roses. The bridesmaid wore a gown of pink taffeta and roses. rhev left that evening for Lebanon, going from there on an auto trip to Portland, Me. Many useful gifts of china, cut glass, silver and' linen were received. On their return from their wedding trip they will reside at Breezy hill farm, White River Junction. It is now understood that the mill at Dewev'a Mills is to be shut down from June ISO for two weeks, for the annual Jjouse cleaning, some minor re pairs, and to give the workers a va cation, with a chance to celebrate the Fourth of July. Miss Mildred Stockwell. who has been employed as one of the teachers in the public schools at Keene, X. H., is spending the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Stockwell, of North Main street. Mrs. Lizzie Stockwell, who has been spending a week in New Haven. Conn., and New York City, returned home Wednesday. Mason House, who was the treasur er for the Hartford Post of the Amer ican Legion' in their recent drive for the Salvatin Army, has just received a letter from Col. Adam Cillord, New England commander of the Salvation Army, expressing his thanks to the people of the town of Hartford for their great assistance in helping the Legion to put the town over the top by :)34.K), alwve the quota of 70O. Mrs. ElizalH'th Geary of Hanover, N. H., accompanied by Mrs. D. F. Dwy er, was in Burlington recently to at tend the graduation exercises of the nurses of the Fanny Allen hospital. Mrs. Geary's daughter was one of the graduats. Miss Bernice Gamell, who is the ste nographer for 1'ingree and Pingree, left Friday for .South Lancaster and Worcester. Mass. Miss Gainell is a graduate of the South Lancaster acad emy. She will spend the week end at her alma mater. .1. Morill Dut ton is at the Cory Hill Jiospital, Brooklinc, Mass., for the treatment of a spinal trouble. Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton of Kandolph are to move into their new ly purchased property on Humes ve nue next week. Mr. Hamilton has made great improte menU on hi irtr chase and has changed the looks of the house very much and has improved hi property in many details. He has built a porch ii tending entirely around the house. .Mr. Hamilton i not a tranger to White River hitution. as two of his children have lived here for nme years mt. ironic oi ymncv, ju,t m pending a few with friends in White River .Timet K-n- Claren. E. Butler of Hartford re rently entertained his brother, Arthur, from Lowell. Mass. The Vermont Maple Sugar as-o-lH- tioti held meeting of it officers in conjunction with the Vermont State Fair a.MMiati.in in the nflice of Secre tary Davts in Galea bin., White Ri rr function. Wednesday. Then- was a morning and afternoon so inn. The meeting via called for the purpose .f enlarging the exhibits at the wming fair and to help in the rate of this pni-K-t at the fair time. Those present at the meeting were: President C. A. Badger and Secretary Corliss of the sugar asenriation; President James B. 1 tea and SeTelarv F. L. Da, is of tlie fair: Comtn i.i.vr f Apriml ture F.. S. Brigham and I fU. William-.. TV. Thomas Bradlee. V. If. Rrkfrd. '. L. Steward. C. K. Mann of the Mate fair enmwisston. and Aim lton nf be stale fnreetrr -rmnniwin. Tn the ra nf'the Travelers In.nr- Co. - the Central Vermont rail Toad, a erdH" "f I.Tf was reivierrH fnf the plaintiff. This - -e mnsrned n injury rereiteH hy Alfred Twtis a levr year f hea'a heat try Vat-d )-arr frra the C. V. ear striwk htm. fm-turi,p ane of t He pelt ir hones ar injuring lh spinal ertrta. Mr. M Mrs.. H. R. Manner f SprrerfVeH. Mas . hut fnrrrw r-denfs rf HaffetH iliac, fwentlr enter -ta sMst Mrs. P N. Karr f llarif4-d. Vltv. Y,m .me-varli r1 Her-f.-H im e'er"iRa' s K r ir,-, , M l.ra-v MeW af SfnrrS-H. Mass. Ike" nM4 Ha'b H Mr. -I j e enr a - a earlr Salwrriaa- inraitir at fct late lrm Harsf"H v rafa. Mr. Covtef aatrsli k4 erH NORTH FIELD E. MONTPEL1ER CENTER C. A. Badger waa in White River Junction WediiPHday on business. Mrs. Badger is very busy, having charge of the drive for members to organize for Washington county and have a lady demonstrator for various kinds of do mestic work. The outlook is very good for a successful drive. , Mrs. Thomas Brophy. whose husband l.i assistant, manager of the Fabyan house at the White mountains, spent all last week with her cousin, Mrs. James Young. Miss Agnes Barnes has gone to Ellis, Mass., where she' has employment for the summer. Mrs. Herbert Picrec went Tuesday to Worcester for a visit among friends. The grange here had a large number ot members present at the Pomona meeting in North Calais laBt Satur day. - The woman's club (the Gleaners) was delightfully entertained Tuesday eve ning of this week by Mrs. Thomas Neil at her homo in Montpelier. There was a large attendance, as it was also gentleman s night. All went by auto. Services are now held in the church at the Center, instead of at the school house. Next Sunday, Sunday school will be held at 2 o'clock and preaching ok u uiwia. uy rev. lA'acn oi aioni pelier.' Miss Ethel Ormsbechas finished teaching in Berlin the past school year and is now at home for the summer. Miss Mabel Goodwin of Montpelier, who has taught the Center school very successfully for a year, does not ex pect; to return in the fall. Miss William Stanley' has been ill and under a doctor's care for more than a week, but is somewhat better at this writing. Harry Vincent and family took an auto trip to Hardwick last Sunday, ac companied by relatives from Plaiufield. EAST CORINTH PLAINFIELD Annual T. O. O. F. memorial serv ice will be held Sunday morning, June 27, at the M. E. church. Rev. George E. Price of Rutland will deliver the address. Members of Arcadia and Pleasant Valley Rebekah lodges ure requested to meet at hall at 10 o'clock. All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs are cordially invited to attend. Per order N. G. B. H. Townsend, secretary. ''Mrs. Zwicker get moved, but has spent much of his time in bed. -Mrs. Zwick- School closed here Wednesday. iW ''r is """"' "lowl.v- . day there was a treat for the children I'- Worthlcy went to Burlington in the afteriuton, and on Wednesday Wednesday to bring Mrs. J. F. Thomp- there was a picnic in the Welch woods. BO" ""d baby' daughter home from the A potato and egg roast was part of the hospital. treat. Judging by the sounds of merri- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brock of Itarre mcnt coming from that direction, they wcro in town Wednesday. Miss Bertha must have had a good time. Wedties- Avery returned to Bane with them, day evening a party was held, in the niurt.,, ,, for.Sundav, June 27- l" r'T "l,l,rV!,at'VM f,.t.ha Morning service at. 10:"m Sunday h.7t,. hf "corge, wio ,,.ll((J Mt J.;,,,.. -phis Sunday is young has aught here several years ami who fok SlI1(, A 1 . H11 goes' to (omiccticut to teach .tins fa 1. , mnon plly invited Games and danmig were indulged ,n ? ,.le , ,.llllri.h this Niimlnv. The and punch and cookies were served. wi,i ,. : ,, f. ,. ii June 17, A. C. Jaekman reached the others, of course, are welcome. h'fJ :ZH,ryhnH.lkdin T' ' Kyeryone who read the church notes hi . LM I fci 'f J X' ""d or Jll 'IbHess noticed an error irriv5 . l.,d f i ' ' 'V, ' th' f ehildret. reported arr cd and found him ... Ins old , ,7 H,m)(1 ,11)Ve reml 70. We'll his hetfer one. n h , ' Vl, I eXVU 1,16 P"n,'r Ume' was part of the fun of it. Maurice Page entertained about 20 of his young friends June 22, he being 12 years old, and this being his first evening party. It was probably to him much like what his first-pair of long pants will be later. Rev. E. P. Cutler has a sister and husband, Mr. and .Mrs. Bryant, yo king hhn. Madam Malzard is visiting here, stopping at V. C. Dickey's. She was quite ill before coming, but ia now gaining. . J. D. Knight and family and Gran ville Cutler of Boston were week-end visitors at A. C. Jackmau's. G. if. Mayward and wife called on friends here a few days" ago. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Lamb and son, Rowland, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ab bott and son of I'eacham called on R D. Rowland's family Sunday on their way to Barre. Mrs. Avery Hodge and two children were at Orin Hodge's several days last weeke. George E. Divoll, who has been-quite sick with rheumatism at Bradford, NORTH MONTPELIER MIDDLESEX Children's day -will be observed at the M. E. chinch next Sunday. The program will be presented by tlie chil dren and young people of the Water bury Center Sunday school. The serv ice will commence at 1:45 p. m. The trustees of the North Montpelier Cemetery association have called a meetinir to be held at the hall on Mon day evening, Juno 28, at 8 o'clock. It Is hoped that everjone who owns a lot or is otherwise uiteresieu in rum cemetery will attend the meeting. Not only are the officers to be elected, but action is to bo taken on raising a permanent fund for the care of the cemetery. ' Much interest has been aroused over the Cniversalist association meeting, which will be held in the hall Wednes. day, Julie 30. ' The ladies are putting forth their best efforts to prepare a dinner Which they will serve in the hall dining room. The townspeople greatly appreciate the work that, has been done on the bridges in this village, especially the protection that has been placed on the railing f the iron bridge. Miss Ruth Patrick has returned from a visit in Burlington. Mrs. Fred Gokey and Mrs. Julia Saturday Bargains Saturday's Sale Capital Brand Corn, can . .14c Large can Pumpkin 18c Large can Tiny Beets ..... 22c Ifpinz R'iUpH Beans, can . . .18c BKieberries, can 32c Rex Corned Beef, can 40c Good Head Rice, lb 16c Clark spent Wednesday at G. H Clark's in East Montpelier. ' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Collins attend ed the Pomona grange meeting at Woodbury Saturday, also Mr; and Mrs. Bert Collins. '. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Byron and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gray attended a wed ding in Hardwick Wednesday night. Mrs. Fred Little and Mr. Russell Collins were in Barre Thursday. : Mrs. Charles Stoddard was home on Wednesday and Thursday from Montpelier. IC A Sickly Lot. "So, your daughter wants to be an actress, does she? Don't let her; itV an unhealthy business." "Unhealthy?" "Certainly. Don't you always sec their names in the papers telling how they've been taking tonics and patent medicines?-' Boston Transcript. fust say I I r-i w if you wanr th genuine in bottles for the home at soda fountains and on draught Fancy Dairy Butter, lb. Fresh Eggs, dozen Lard Compound, lb. 23c Black Ceylon Tea, lb. 50c Orange Pekoe in 'z-lb. pkg. 30c Wil V tl'J V Til fVl) f J t J Jim v Western Round Steak, lb. has been at his old home here to help t Post Toasties 2 pkg. 2oC in I, T T,.. l,U:il k 7Qn I hi lilacs J. x. uauuiii rtimp iov !10 cakes World Soap 78c !' i U .-MAlirWKU.- Special for Saturday ?eef Steak, lb 35c Veal Steak, lb 45c; Veal to stew, lb ,25c-30ci m Well mW indprifM If it were possible to make more comfortable underwear we'd make it, but it caril be made. TAUNTON KNITTING CO. Taunton, Mass. ' J P ;i i'1'.t 1 ., T i I i uii 1 4 ! ,:. tiir m . m m m m u m fit 1 S, I v fit i m 'I BOYS I j;' '' ' 'ji'"' .58c Shrimps, can . . . 23c . 53c i Everyday Milk, can 15c Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour 13c, 2 for 25c Purity Rolled Oats, large .30ci Pillsbury's Flour, ' sack $2.15 .35cSunnycorn Breakfast F'ood, 17c Armour's Peanut Butter . .30c Armour's heavy Salt Pork 25c Lux ..2 for 25c Good Toilet Soap . . .6 for 25c INTER-CITY PARK " FREE ADMISSION 1 5 Days, Commencing Tuesday, June 29 BEACON SHOWS Auspices Montpelier K. of C. Baseball Club 8 BIG SHOWS MERRY-GO-ROUND FE-RRIS WHEEL 30 CONCESSIONS The thow you know.Thii how made good in Barre last leaton King Carlo's Big Side Show Spet'al Frca Attraetian Matt Cay, Tat WarU'i Crutut High Direr Erwy Ertaint Boost the K, of C. Baseball Contest Klegant Oold A'atch to be presented to the most popular ball player of Montpelier and Barre. See watch in window of Phillips & Lucas' store. i 10 cakes Acrow Borax Soau 75c 10 cakes Clean Easy Soap ,68c! Hammer L'ndry fcoap b lor toe Canned Corn and Peas, can 15c! Orange Pekoe -Tea, lb 50c No. 3 pure Lard, pail 75c'Salada Tea, pker 40c No. 5 Pure Lard, nail . . .$1.20! Oranee Pekoe Tea. t-lb .32c it t' in V havp Hananas and Or- ;1iBacon, Strip, per lb. . . . ..38c anjres. Also Frankforts, fllinced Ham,! Come in and look over our Pressed Ham, Boiled Ham, all Footrest Hosiery at a low price, at low prices. Call and see us. j We have plenty of nice fresh . j Corrf Flakes and Post Toasties. J. G. Shadrouii n BHiUU art'ar'aairU FOR SALE BY F. II. Rogers & Co., Barre, Vt.j Tel. 273-W 115 So. Main Street, Barre, Vt. W, R. Cameron 161 Washington St. my, v mra noimn tn im town Hn rvu on- on daiiRhter, .Misa Beatrice Uolton of reS? Shoulders, lb... 29c30C Jionipeuer, nave occn spciminr a week in BoHton. Thev also visited Mrs. Hoi ton's noil, George, at the Mt. Hermon school. MrN. Ilolton has completed her duties as teacher in the graded ttchool at Randolph, and will apend her vacation at her home in town. Miss Kthel Cross has completed her year' work at Whcaton college and re turned last week from Ronton, and is at the home of her father, tieorgc Cross, on Central street. R. C. Kimball of Swanton has been spending a short time in town with bis family at the home of Mrs. Kim ball's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. .1. Honjrhton. Mrs. Kimball and children will return to Swanton this week. Miss Hiildxh Magnuson, teacher in the Xorthfield graded school, has gone to her home in I'roctor for a few davs before taking up her new work in Claremont, X. H. Miss Magnuson is not to return to Northfield for an other year. Mrs. K. R. B. Flint and son, Win ston, have gone to their summer home at Moosealamoo park. Lake Dunmore, for the summer vacation. I'rof. Flint Jias commenced his duties as one of the lecturers on a chautauqua circuit, which is through Vermont and Xew York. Miss Paulina Cady, who hs been at tending school in Denver. Col., has re turned and is at the home of her par entsMr. and Mrs. H. C. lady. Mrs. Cornelia I'orter has gone to Salem, Mass.. to visit her brother. Max Woorlbiirv. She stopped in Lawrence, Mass., for a few davs and was the guest of Mrs. ,). K. Bingham of North field. Leonard Hastings Xason of Somer ville Mass.. and Misa Lucia Millet of Brockton. Mass., were married at the I'niversulist parsonage Tuesday, the l.'ith. Rev. (. 1 I'addock performing the ceremony. Mr. Xason was grad uated from Norwich university last week. ' l'erry Stone and friend. Raymond liaise, who have been spending a week in town at the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Stone, lime returned to Albanv. X". V. Hansel Warner. h came last week j from Chicago. III., to spend a month with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. ! Warner, was taken suddenly ill and taken to the Ileaton hospital. Mont pelier, where a surgical operation was performed. The operation wa nercs r liecaiise of an internal injurv re ceived while loling. Frankforts, lb .23c Salt Pork, lb 28c Oleomargarine of all kinds, per lb. 32c Sausage, per lb 28c Silverleaf Pure Lard, No. 5 pail $1.15 Compound Lard, lb 25c Fresh Eggs, doz. 53c Dairy Butter, lb 58c Onions, lb 6c Potatoes, pk .'. .$1.10 Maple Syrup, gal $2.50 Corn 'Flakes, 2 pkgs. for 25c Raisins, pkg 25c Oranges, doz 45c Lemons, doz 40c Skinner's Macaroni, 2 pkg. 25c l.reen Tea, No. 1, lb oOcj Beans, lb 10c j Sunbeam Matches, 5 pkg. 25c Cheese, lb. 38c j White Hou?e Coffee, lb. . . .50ci Wilson's Coffee, lb. 45c Clenwood Brand Coffee, lb. 38c! Helmet Tomatoes, can . . . . 20c I Corn, per can ."...15c Swiss Chard, can 1 5c j Smilax Catsup, bottle ....28c; Also many other low prices, on Clothing and other Grocer ies not mentioned, (iive us a call, as it will pay you to take a walk to Prospect street and trade with Hid der Habbep 28-30 Prospect St. Tel. 593-M Orders delivered free Last Two Days 33S IU1 II ' Pert armancra : y I: JO 7:4S Pricea i Matinee 35c Night, 35c, 50c, plus tax Is It Worth Anything t" be certain that if you die oiir wife will have a definite nicnthlv in-ome for lile, and that if vou reach a certain age the said incrmie will lie aid as long a ril her von or she In es ? tall or w rite fur details. National Lite Ins. Co. (Mutual). S. S Ballard, Rialto bhak. Muntpelier, Vt. Old Sores, Ulcers and Eczema Vanish GM OM, RrhaM PterMiTt Ointment a Favorite Remedy, Hl 1 lrn w wt nr. (Winn ar- IWhHtir. N. V. j t ltm.--n1l J. .l an cTt -i m. r- . 1.4 l at ' e-"4 - r-trmm Ovmtmrmt I . BElCO'IIGSr GloorIciy or awry Foxm " OPERATES LIGHT FARM MACHINERY )el-n Lipht is more than a mere lighting plant. With the electric lij;ht you also pet le t rii- jwiwer for pumping water, ruiiiiinj; the fanning mill, prind-toiic. feel cutter, and for ojieratinj the cream aerattr. ilium and washing ma bun-. Write for Catalog. W. G. Goodwin MONTPELIER. VT. The Greatest Moral Bracer of All Time! Wild Oats Stripped of Their Glamour, Untrimmed, Unadorned li - - "AND IF CIRLS ONLY KNEW THE CONSEQUENCES THEY WOULD HELP MEN RESIST TEM PTATION." s TO-DAY ONLY VTtlli ICi''Jfc Infill I. !LAIBIL( ..-si." The greatest masterpiece that the screen has ever produced. With lightning thrusts it strikes the barriers of prudery and false modesty and unfolds before the e-es a story that will shake you to the very foundation. 1A. BIJOU THEAT Presents Peggy Hyland That Dainty Fox Star, in Black Shadows A Five-Act Drama WTiich Will Please Everyone and The Whirl Wind IF IT'S ACTION YOU WANT, THIS IS A IF IT'S ACT YOU WANT, THIS IS A KNOCKOUT Also The Latest News Weekly See in Pictures What You Read About in the Papers Saves Tine as j LWr 3Iatinee, 2:15 Evening, 6:45 and 8:30 Admission: Matinee, Children 10c. Adults 15c, tax .. paid; Evening, Adults 20c, Children 10c To-morrow Corinne Griffith Supported by a big supporting cast in DEAD LINE AT ELEVEN A picture production founded.on facts and dealing: with the press Also The Eighth Episode of LIGHTNING BRYCE MONDAY The Luck of the Irish The Bis Realart Special, Shown at Regular Prices IS I Written by Dr. Katherine R. Pais Perxonally Directed by E. II. (Iriffith AN ALL-STAR -CAST INCLUDES Richard Bennett -i Claire Adams Famous for Damaced floods' nimdom't Mot Hcautiful (Jirl APPROVED BY VERMONT STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 1 Positively No Children Under 16 Years Admitted SATURDAY TRADES No. 3 pail Pure Lard $1.13; No. 5 pail Compound Lard $1.10 4 lbs. Texas Onions 23c; Sunmaid Raisins, pkg 23c (Joed can Corn. 23c vaJ 20c; (lood can Corn, 20c val., 13c Sunnvcorn for breakfast, pkg- 18c; l-gal. can Apples . ,63c Good CoiTee, lb- 40c; White House Coffee, lb 50c Irge can Baked Beans only 15c; good can Salmon 20c Good can Peaches (Try one), for 40c FRESH NATIVE STRAWBERRIES SATURDAY Good Round Steak, Pork Steak, Pork Roast and Chops, Ham Shoulder, Boneless Ham, all at right prices. Call and save money. LOUIS ROMANOS 59 Prospect Street Telephone 31S-W mm Money Saving Specials for Friday and Saturday We need the money you need the goods. Just glance over these bargains: Men's KhakF Bluchers, J1.00 value $1.9$ Men's White Durk I-are Oxfords, $3.50 value $1.75 Men's Ovfords In Black and Brown. $7.00 value $1.75 Men's Work Shoes. $5.00 value $3.9S Men's Iroquois Moccasins. $fi.00 value $.1.25 and $.1.50 Men's lS-inch. Bluchers. $10.00 value $S.25 Indies' two-Mrap Patent Pumps $1.00 value, at $2.-15 Indies four-strap Gun Metal Pumps $5 value, at. . .$1.50 Indies White Duck Shoes, rubber sole and heel. $ I val. 1.9S Indies' Juliet llou-e Slippers S3.50 value $1.19 Girls Iire and Button Shoes $1.00 value, $2.9S and $2.10 Indies Dresses $5.00 value $1.9S .12-inch Ponce Shirtinz. per yard 30c 40-in. Voile. $1.00 and 1.25 value, at. per yard 75c Give us a call it rays to trade heir. Barre Bargain Store Telephone 7-10 II. ZITER. Pron. 2 IS No. Main Street Ilirre. VI. fc4tfa4aaa1 aatSZ t