THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, AT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1920
iy (I. BRANDES, of Dea
'Moines, Iowa, who de
clares he gained twenty
pounds in thirty days after
taking Tanlac and now feels
like a different man.
"Thirty days ago or a little more, I
only weighed 123 pounds, but now I
balance the- scales at 14") pounds and
Tanlac did it." declared AV. H. Bran
dos, . a well-known and highly re
spected citizen of Pes Moines, Iowa.
Mr. Brandes has bpen looking after
the plumbing work of the Des Moines
Public Schools tor the past nineteen
"And many of the teachers and
scholars cin tell you how different 1
look since 1 began taking Tanlac," he
said. "I suffered from indigestion of
the worst kind for the past rear or
more and was often so weak and dizzy
I couldn't stand up, let alone walk.
Xothiiur helped me. f finally had to
take my bod and stay. there for sexeral
weeks. Finally a friend pe-iitidod
me to try lanlac and 1 have never
seen or heard of anything to equal it
It relieved me entirely of indigestion
and put me right back on my feet.
I have not only gained twenty pounds
in weight, but I feel like a new man
in every way. I just think Tanlnc
is the finest thing ever sold in a drug
Tanlac is sold in Rarre bv the Barre
Pnig Co., in Northflcld by Nat A.
Wheeler, in Waterbury by RriAbin &
Brisbin, and in Websterville by E. H.
I WHITE RIVER JUNCTION
Rev. R. W. Burstow, who concluded
his labors as pustor of the Congrega
tional church of Woodstock the first
of August, has, gone with his family
for a short , visit with relatives in
Wcatlieisfleld, Conn., after which time
he will be t his new home, ill) Holt
street, Concord, X. H. Mr. Barstow
has been the pastor of the Woodstock
church for a number of years and has
made many friends whose best wishes
go with him and his family to their
A motorcycle accident occurred on
Tuesday afternoon on the Barnard
road when Henry Blanchard and Philip
Lussier as' pussenger were going to
spend the night at Silver Lake park,
where they have taken a cottage with
their families for two weeks. The ac
cident was caused by a dog. which ran
in front of the motorcycle and was hit
by it. The men were thrown off and
were bruised quite badly. Mr. Blanch
ard was. able later to proceed to Bar
nard, but Mr. Lussier was brought
home to Woodstock and will be laid
up for several days. His head, face and
mouth were bruised and eut, and his
neck and ankles badly wrenched. It
was a wonder both were not killed.
T. P. LaKounlain and family were
recent guests of his brother in Ama-dem.
H. French is entertaining as his
"California Syrup of Figs'
Child's Best Laxative
"The Sunset Pathway" will be the
theme of the second annual old folks'
sermon Sunday at 10:45 o'clock a. m.
in the South church.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A lew wilts uys "Panderire." A ter
sn application of "Iandorine" you can
not find a fallen hair or any dandruff,
besides every hair shcis new life, via
tor, brightness, more color and thick-
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
-"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is iren
Uine Apirin proved safe by. millions
and prescribed by physicians for over
twenty years. Accept 'ouly an unbrok
en "U. narL.n. K-lii.-li AnnUin.
proper dire-tion to relict Headche,
nothaehe, F.ara he. Neuralgia. Rheu
matism, Colds and Pain. Handy tin
ttoxe of 12 tablets eost few rents.
Druggist also sell larger '"Bayer pack
ages. " Aspirin is trade mark Bayer
Manufacture MnnoaceticacidesU-r of
guests, Charles Boutwell, sr., and Mrs.
Robert Thurston of Worcester. Mass.,
and Charles Boutwell, jr., of Maiden,
Mrs. Clara Churchill is entertaining
her son, Merton Churchill, of Pena-
cook, X. H.
Miss Rachel tjobie of yunchee and
(!eorge McCarthy of Hanover, V H..
were united in marriage on Monday
morning, Aug. -, at the Catholic, church
Mr. and Mrs. George Cole are enter
taining Mrs. .lohn Holt and son of Con
cord. X. H.
.Mrs. .James iirown of y licence is
spending some time with relatives in
Belmont and Boston.
The cyclone which struck Dewey's
Mills Saturday evening did quite a
bit of damage in this vicinity; a large
tree near Claude Aldcn's at Marsh
lands farm was blown across the road
and blocked the highway for several
hours; the electric lights were out of
commission for two nights, fields of
oats, corn and beans at the farm of the
A. li. Dewey Co. were flattened, and
other damage done.
Mrs. Mary Newton of West. Hart
ford recently entertained Dr. Bridge
of Newton, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pratt and
daughter of West Hartford were re
cent visitors of relatites in Windsor.
Mrs. Carl Cameron of South Main
street is entertaining her step-mother,
Mrs. Blanch Wallace of Montreal.
Miss Jessie Turner, who was recent ly
injured in an automobile accident
and who was taken to the Mary Hitch
cock hospital, has returned to her
home in town.
Dr. and Mrs. TV J. ftartland are on
a two weeks' vacation to Old Orchard,
H. Ci. Stephens of the First National
bank is spending his two weeks' va
cation at the home of his parents in
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Carpenter of
South Main street are entertaining
their son, Ralph Carpenter, of Spring
William T. Howe has accepted the
position as manager of the oil supply
for the Acme Machine Co. of Wind
sor. Dr. and Mrs. O. N. Daley, who have
been spending most of the summer at
their camp, at Lake Caspian, have re
Fred Hutchinson, the fire chief of fire
district No, , has recently entertained
his brother, William Hutchinin. 'f
Mrs. II. L. dale and familySif Fair
view terrace are entertaining Mrs.
Gale's father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Bowker, of Farnham, P. Q.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lehonrveau
of Fairview terrace recently enter
tained as their g.f.-sts Congreyman and
Mrs. Torter II. Dale.
Mr. and Mr. Francis Smith of Gales
street are entertaining as their guests
their, sons, Prof. Arthur W. Smith,
Ph. D., of the Michigan uniersity, lo
cated at Ann Arbor. Mich., and Dr.
Houghton Smith of Trenton, X. J.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Durkee of North
field were recent visitor in Hartford.
Mr. Geary, who has been spending
many months "in Massachusetts, has
returned and is at the home of Medore
Mrs. Frank l.aoo and children have
returned from their trip to Massachu
setts. Mr. and Mr. II. C. Peae are on a
month's trip to Keene, X. FI.
Mr. and Mrs. William Pingree ami
sons. Samuel and Hna.it, with Mrs.
Arthur Child and daughter, F.leanor,
returned from a motor trip to I-sconia
and Alton. X. H.
The people in Hartford illage who
wondered why Old Glory was flung to
the breeze last Monday were gratified
when they learned it was in honor of
ei-Jov. Pingree, who was celebrating
his Sth birthday annixersary
Hn?h Tlar and w ife and K. I). CUrk
and wife returned recently from a mo
tor trip to Ijike SpafTord. X. H.
Accept "California" Synsu ut -es
only look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child is having the best and mos
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. .Children love its
fruity taste. Full directions on each
bottle. You must xay "California."
E. MONTPELIER CENTER
Miss Chester Cranford is spending
her vacation from teaching at the farm
of L. S. Wheeler. ,
Knight Badger and family came by
automobile from 'their home near Bos
ton last Saturday, and expect to visit
relatives for two weeks.
Mrs. Jonathan Perkins of Rockford
III., was a guest most of last week with
her relative, Mrs. J. R. Young, and al
though she is 88 years old, seems many
years less, and enjovs visiting very
much. She is also about to, and does,
fancy work for pleasure. Her home
was formerly in Montpelier, but, since
the dcatli of her husband, has made
her home with 'her aon ur Rockford,
, Mrs, Helen Kent of Slontpclier and
two children have been visiting for a
wuek at the home of Mrs. Kent's sister,
Mrs. Raymond Gallisoit. '
Raymond Gallison and ' familr and
their guests from Montpelier took an
automobile trip last Sunday to Wil
L. C. Hammett and wife were" guests
of . Mr. and, ilra. .Lee Teraplcton of
Montpelier over the week end at the
latters' cottage at Joe's pond.
Harry Vincent and family left
Wednesday morning for Brattleboro,
taking with them to their home, Mrs.
Vincent' father and sister, who have
been visiting here for a week.
Miss Agnes Barnes came home last
Saturday from Ellis, Mass., for a two
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Clark and
son, Harold, and wife were in Mont
pelier last Friday, and then motored to
Barre to see the ruins at the M. L.
Towne farm, where the buildings were
burnd by lightning the night before.
Mr. Towne is a niece of Mr. Clark,
and a native of East Montpelier, where
she has manv relatives and friends who
are very sorry for her great misfor
A cow in the barn of Lucius Gould
was killed by lightning last Thursday
night, but no other damage was re
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Sawyer and Mrs.
Addie Sawyer were in Montpelier Mon
day, as was also G. G. Sleeper.
. Miss Vira Atkins is taking a two
weeks' vacation from her duties at B.
Miss Mary Lyman of Xorwich is
visiting friends in town.
Mrs. Ella Fgan of Barre visited her
brother, M. R. Child, last week.
Carroll Pierce of Rome, X. Y., is
visiting his home here.
Rev. and Mrs. .1. H. Hall are having
a two weeks vacation.
Mrs. I.. G. Burnham of Burlington is
spending the week at Dr. James Hat
left's. Carroll Bisbee, who was again ren
dered unconscious by the electrical
storm of Thursday evening, is able to
Mrs. George Brown has returned to
Montpelier, after a several days' visit
S( G. H. Sleeper's.
Mrs. H. E. Austin visited friends in
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Sawyer and Mrs
Add ie Sawyer went to Hinsdale, X. H.;
Wednesday fir. a several days' stay.
Albert Rattee, Roswell Child and
Mrs. Ralph Parks and son, Leon, or
Waterbury. called at M. R. Child's
Monday. Miss Angle Child returned
Miss Neva Robinson of Chelsea i
the guest this week 'of Mrs. Fred .lord.
A pleasant wedding took glace at the
home of ' Dwight L. Fisher in East
Braintrec, when his cousin, Miss Lura
Montgomery, of Allston, Muss., was
united in marriage to Frank H. Hiii
sou of Somerville, Muss., but formerly
of Charlotte, X- C. Rev. Fraser Metz
ger was the officiating clergyman, and
the double ring service was used. The
bride was gowned in brown taffeta and
carried pink carnations. The ceremony
was witnessed by the immediate rela
tives only, and the couple started at
once for a trip through northern Ver
mont and the White Mountains. On
their return they will reside at Somer
ville, Mass. Mr. Hinson isa locomo
tive engineer in the Boston'switcbyard. i
Th hrirle lull for muitir irnur, vnA in i '
this town, where sho has tho respect )
of a larg circle of friends. j
J(. C. Lease of Milford.xX. H., is!
passing several days here with his sis-1
ter-in-law, Mrs, A. II. Powers. !
Miss Laura Corliss has- come from
Chelsea, where she has been for sev-1
eral days. ' j
Mrs. W. L. Cook of New Bedford and I
Mrs. E. B. Hyde of Cambridge, Mass., '
have come to pass the month of August
at C. W. Hayward's. Mrs. H. H. Dixon
and daughter, Miss Dorothy, have re
turned to their home after five' weeks'
stay at the same home.
Miss Eva Aluen has finished her
work as stenographer at the Sargent,
Osgood & Roundy company and has
gone to her home in Montpelier to
stay till Monday, 'when she will ro
turn and enter the employ of the glove
Albert Moore ami friend, Karl Som
ers of Boston are passing two weeks'
vacation at the home of the former's
mother, Mrs. Alice Moore.
Mrs. George Hill and daughter, Miss
Grace Hill, of Somerville, Mass., have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Loomis for a few days.
Robert Sault has returned from a
two weeks' stay in Webster, Mass.,
where he was the guest of Raymond
Havens, a noted pianist.
Wayne Dewey of Waterbury, Conn.,
passed last week here with his sister,
Mrs. C. H. Holman, and relatives in
Miss Elizabeth Cooper of Wakefield,
Mass., is the guest of Miss Marjorie
Mr. and Mr. J. M. Ijingley of Man
chester, X. 1L, have been with Mr. ami
Mrs. C. H.. Granger for about a week.
going from here to Harre to visit the
Miss Kate Parmentiere. the district
nurse, has gone to Burlington to at
tend the summer school for district
nurses, and from there will go to
Jreensboro to pas the rest of the
month. The Red Cross voted at its last
executive meeting to retain her for an
I)r. and Mrs. I. A. Russlow and Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Tracy motored to High
gate Spring on Thursday to join the
party at Camp Randolph.
Mrs. Laua Cushman and Master
Charles Hodge of RWjewood. X. J.,
arrived on Tuenday night to remain
for, several weeks with Miss Mary
fj M VMM. JLMmSUiasXJL M.
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I YOUR GROCER I
SELLS IT I
V V J 1
Myrtie Drennan and Eva
visited in Bethel recently.
George E. Sanders and family are
spending several days at camp at
Philip Drennmi is visiting at O. W.
Guernsey's, his grandfather.
Charles Scribner and Ellen Keniston
were in Burlington on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Marsh were busi
ness visitors in Montpelier the first of
Dr. arren of Cabot was a recent
visitor in the village. v
L, A. Keniston and wife and Mrs.
Carrie Charles were in Barre the first
of the week.
Ray Abbott was a business visitor
in Barre on Tuesday..
M. D. Hawkins and family were in
Lyndon Center the first of the week.
F. A. Messer of Montpelier was a
business visitor in the village Tues
day. Mr. and Mr. Charles Bumpus visited
friends in Xorth Calais recent Iv.
A very well patronized 4ood sale was
' held by the L. B. C. on Saturday at
the library hull.
Mrs. Herman Greenlenf and Miss
Alice Greenlcaf of Connecticut are vis-
iting Mr. Greenleaf's brother, C. W.
Mr. Elizabeth Morrill returned Sat
urday from BuiTington.
Mrs, B. T. Marshall and son are
with Mrs. B. G. Syke for a brief vis
it before going to camp at Lake Suna-
Misses Marv Haves and Irene Chand
ler returned Saturday from U. V. M.
Elmer Morrill is again at his sum
mer home here, accompanied by guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tuttle of Hart
ford, Conn., have been visiting rela
tives in town.
Miss Minnie Crary is a guest of
Mrs. Rose Fulton.
Mrs. Fannie West of Livingston,
! Mass., is a guest at F. H. West's.
- Mrs. Julius Brasselman and" little
daughter are guilats at Mrs. H. A.
Miss Eunice Chandler Is entertain
ing a guest from Wcllesley college.
Mr. and Mrs. Slater and sons of
Evanston, 111., are occupying the W.
M. Hatch house for the month of Au
gust. James Smith and family of Lexing
ton, Mass., are at F. H. West's.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hyde of Rich
mond made a brief visit in town on
Mrs. Elmer Moore and son of Provi
dence are guests at G. M. Moore's.
Baby Girl Wins
3 First Prizes
Parents of Louisiana's "Champion
Baby" raised her en Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin
TWERE is always a good deal
of sickness in the summer
months, due to the hot weather. The heat
is especially severe on babies and chil
dren, snd often It interferes with their
developmentand growth. They lose sp- -petite,
pass restless nights, suffer from -indigestion,
and finally constipation.
la the hot Southern States mothers
give a combination of simple laxative
herbs with pepsin, at the first symptom
of constipation. This formula is known
to druggists as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, snd they have sold it nnderthat
name for a quarter of a century. It is
now the sole medicinal reliance in
thousands of families.
Little Dorothy Boytan knows what
real hot weather is ten months of the
yesr. She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Harry Ui Boylan, and lives st 216
North Alexander St.. in New Orleans.
She baa won three successive first
prises as the "Grand Champion Baby of ;
Louisisns," and her parents say the
only medicine tber bave wer given her
l r 2OR0THY BOYLAN V. .
is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It bat
kept her healthy and buitt her up, snd
helped make it possible, they write, tor
Dorothy to be a prize-winning baby.
You can obtain a bottle of Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin at any drug store.
You will find it pleasant to take, and it
does not cripe or weaken.
Milfi'onj of people of all ages suffer from occasional or
chronic constipation. Let them send name end address to
X 4 stS f i S
III L..l- . L:. l-r..l c !-,...'
j i.., jut ujrec jurrific iunic uj oo w-'UfiucTjiu oyrufr t cjjmfi.
8 million fcottld were bought at drug stores last year, the largest sale in the world.
Boilinj? Beef 13c to 25c
Beef Steak, It) 37c
The quarterly conference of the
Methodist Church wil- be held at the
church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Rev. W. R. Davenport will preside.
The first Sunday in the go-to-church
campaign brought, a good attendance
last Sunday afternoon. Xext Sunday
will lie another special day. The pas
tor will preach especially to old
folks, and everyone is urged to bring
aged friends and neighbors with them '
to church. Service commences at 1:45 I
p. ra., followed by Sunday j
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carleton of Spring
field were at W. B. Tuller's Sunday,
and M t. and Mrs. Stephen Darling of
Fairlee were at H. B. Tuller's.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sleeper were in
. Mrs. E. W. Lathrop and Miss Eleanor
Lalhrop are at Lake Fairlee.
MrsFrances Parker is not gaining
X". P. Clough of Lebanon X. H. was
in town Tuesday.
F. J. Ackerman held an auction in
Bradford last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Brown and fam
ily made a trip through town last
week, calling on old friends.
ReVand Mrs. Ihirliitnn and his sis.
ter have returned from Ontario, and
church services recommenced Sunday.'
John Sleeper is cutting CJeorg
Joseph Sleeper and F. Tuller are cut
ting the hay on the Blanchard farm,
and Donald Orr that on the Carleton
Leon Colby and wife from Elizabeth,
N. J., called an the former's sister, Mrs.
C.'B. Harding, last week.
Mr. Cutler is to go to Boston for
treatment for his eyes. -
J. E.-Tucker of Hanover X". H., is at
E. O. Bradbury's.
For Saturday Only
The Dog That Chased the Rabbit
so hard that he got ahead cf him. is
like the man who does his own insur
ance and dies before he has started
to create his sinking fund. Good in
tentions are a poor substitute, for solid
insurance. Xatlonal Life Ins. Co.
(Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent.
Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt.
Lard Compound, per lb. . . 2lc
KTA k. r., t n.J (i in
V 1 UiC iifll U fl.lU;!
No. 10 Pure Lard $2.20 1
No. 3 Pure Lard 69c
Two pkgs. Imperial Mince !
Chuck and Shoulder Clod
of Beef, for Pot Roast, i
per It) 25c
Ham Shoulder, tb. ...... 27c Fancy Can of Corn 15c
Frankfurts, lb 23c Tuffed Wheat 15c
Pork Sausage, lb 28c Van Camp Catsup, large I
Fresh Pork Shoulder, lb. . . . bottle 30c
29c-32c Van Camp Pork and I
Bacon, lb 3flc Beans, per can 18c-35c
Salt Pork, lb 27c Try them.
Japanese Green Tea, special jVan Camp Evaporated
price, at, per lb. 45c . Milk, for Saturday only,
Very Good Cheese, lb. ... 3Scj two cans for 25c
Pink Salmon, can 25c White Flyer Soap, 10 cakes
Red Salmon, can 35c j 8c value 69c
Compound Lard, lb 23c Star, Babbitt, World. Fels
Comp.Lard, No. 5 pail. . .S1.15 Naphtha, and White
Pure Lard in o-lb. pail. . . 1.1 5 J ' Naphtha, Saturday only,
Matches, six boxes for ... 25c 10 cakes for 78c
Raisins, per pkg. 2oc; Atlas Lightning Top Jars,
GOOD MEAY POTATOES. r perk .
FANCY ONIONS. pr IS
COMPOUND LARD, Ik. enly
GOOD SALT PORK, tfc
SL'N MAID RAISIN'S, pkt
Fanry pk. I'RRANTS. one .
HASE A SANBORN'S COFFEE, .
WHITE HOl'SE COFFEE.
GOOD DRINKING (OFFER, lb. ...
Five tb. GRAHAM FI.OUR. onlr
FWa Bhn RIRD'8 EVE MATCHES 25e
GmJ tu SALMON I 2Sr
POST TOA8TIES or CORN f LAKES, pk He
Gors Can ( LAMS .-. ISc
Lars i (LAM CHOWDER ; 25e
I.arsa ( PEACHE8 4e
WESTERN ROUND STEAK, ROAST PORK. ROAST BEEF. PORK CHOPS.
CHUCK ROAST, BAl'SAGE. FRANKFURTS. HAM and SHOULDER, all at
D fr trading here and frt rar monry't worOi.
it Praapect Stmt Ttltphen S4S-W.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920
At 1 P. M.
of Merchandise damaged by fire, including Teas, Coca, Baking Powder,
March, Spices. Salt, Soap, Canoed Goods, Brooms, Fruit Jars, all sires,
and other (rroceriesj also a quantity of dry goods, such as Overalls,
Frocks, Sboen, Hose, Hats, Caps and Underwear; also a few pieces of
furniture. Sale will be held at store building, formerly occupied by
C. t Robie.
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
Don't streak or ruin your sterlal in
poor dy. Insist on "Diamond Dyaa."
Eaty duectiuos in package.
(Tablets r CranuUs)
With or without water)
pleaaAJit to takav
mao( mr acorr a sowns
SCOTT'S EMULSION n
Lift Off Corns! No Pain!
Pa)r rwih Oawtuai P. t Q mm
rr.toml that pat la aarlaM;nv to tba
-i 7 aarihuca. tiarlia, faa. anu aJd rant.
U immviUr for tha pour aVriia to xm
frm r. U. J a aaad.
Rammmradatmn of R"a. Howaital.
'ira4 Campanua and athrr piMir inatt
oana a- a rwimw ta th pub'w that
a aafart. autrkrat aad B"aat a-amntd
a ( P. D. Q. aa lha rhrairal u
ra aa ail a tka Iiv , and aul ao4
'ura Car rlataitnT.
I k;Q m.lm l-i,n. I . him, flaaa ar
" aad (M nxim a vajrat apaat ta
. fa as b ta aard-aa pimrm
1 aa iaaia.
vmrml H p.tal ana II arakaa r'-
tr.faa aiwla awpr'iad a
ara,t m7wt aaaa rwrrt af .
artkar ai. hf t!-a Owi hri Ca
l-air. !i4 -tMwar ar''.d.
-d Vt nat tnm-m aa4 ataar Vai.ar
It i aprrd tbal A. O. Treble of
Merchant frert, Barre. ha bouc'it the
hotel in Wa-hingtr.n.
Mr. T C. Vi.B, mnlher of Mrs
V. .1. Rr.-f.rd, fr!l and bruied her
limb Mday of thin aerk. Pr. Ia
irlle of Barre and a nur-r were called
Mr. Fmma Ilnup'i r-f l.n,pitr.
M" . i te gut-t f K. IV.-. ns.
Mr. ad Mra Krr-. t tlutrh-ntna of
Barre r: J nr, Mr. T. C. H iwit Mnn
day. ( ' ri"m TriM trtHtned b'Br imm
0vory farm "
TVo't hurt a hit! Prep a In tie
Freetnne" on an x hins vrn, intantlr
that air.p. hutting thru hortly
yo!i lift it ncM on aith fir.gm. Truly!
lour dniaV""! " a tmy bot'le cf
Freeoae- t-r a lw eeniii. Mt!TMnt
to irtnve etert- batd w. i (. or
orn ltaeett the t. and tlte ca'li
jthmt oreBe r irrttslK-a .di
The Best Thing
for the Farm
. " r. F. Thielke A Son. K P.
I. Kiel. Wis., write eon.-ern-in;
their lHli-.il.ipht plant:
-We ha an automobile, but
if we had to f ir up either our
auto or our P-lcn Light, the
auto wroiM sn ttnphty qu.ck."
W rit f"T i a'tb-jr
W. G. Goodwin
Ccapltte Electric Scrrkt
j Corn, can, only 15c j one-half pints 90c
Teas, per can, only 17c, j Atlas Lightning Top Jars.
! White House CofTee, lb. . . 50c nints $1.05'
Royal Club CofTee. tb. . . . 3Sc Atlas Lightning Top Jars,
Clenwood CofTee, lb., only 38c one-quarts 1.15!
Crookfield reamery Butter, Atlas Lightning Top Jars,
lb 6-c two quarts 1.25
Quart Jars, per dozen ...$1.00 And a good many other bar
rint Jars, per dozen 95e!c,ajnR. Call and see us. . - .
A good chance to buy your. -
preserve jars ai a low price.; Atinrif'rlllf
TKaoo nrlran nro fnr nn Hav Via UIIUUI WMI
Standard Ture Wheat Flour,
per barrel, only $13.50
rillsbury Hour, bbl 16.50
Gold Medal Flour, bbl. . . 16.50,
and'alscfmany other low prices'
on Clothing and other Gro-j
ceries not mentioned. Buy:
your wants Saturday and save;
money by trading w ith j
Be sure and attend this sale and buy every-dsy needs at your own
- EAST BARRE, VT.
C. H. MCALLISTER, Auctioneer.
1 1 5 S. Main St. Tel. 273-W.
28-30 Tropect St. Tel. 593-M.
Orders delivered free.
We have a good line of
trunks, bags and suitcases;
ladies' handbags and purses.
Come in and let us show you.
Lee & Clara B. Shortt
for ensilage cutting is the easiest running and easiest
to adjust blower on the market. A size to go wih all
sizes of engines. Samples in stock, and have ship
ment on way which will be here soon.
J. L. ARKLEY, BARRE, VT.
Storehouse on Granite Street.
BRACKETT, SHAW & LUNT,
SOMERSWORTH, If. H.
Presents for To-day Only
In the Wm. Fox Feature Attraction
"Would You Forgive"
An Emotional Society Drama, Vital in Theme and Intense in Hot Also
The 7th Episode of THE WHIR LAN I) and THE LATEST NEWS WEEKLY
The Big Special Universal Feature
With ORA CAREW and air All-Star Cast
Also HELLO UNCLE, Comedy, and the 14th Episode of LIGHTNING BRYCE
MATINEE at 2:15: "Admission Children Under 12 Years. 10c; Adults, 13c. Tax Taid
EVENING. 6:15 and 8:30.
Children Under 12 Years, 15c;
NIGHTS ALL SEATS 20e
Adults 20c, Tax Paid
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