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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, B ARTIE, VT., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1920.
BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1920. Publinhed Evry W.ck-Da, Afternoon by THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, INC. Frank E. Lenuley, Publieher Entered at Uit Postofflr nt Barra u Seeon Clau Mall Matter BimRf'MPTJON RATES pnc year by mail I hrp month by mail i.do f)ne month by mail M fiingrle copy X cent All subscription caan IB aavanea. MEMBER OK THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aeeoetiteel Prae la exclusively entities' o the uh for republiretton of, all mwi betehee erdlid to It or not athtrwiaa ereeV lied In thla paper, and alto the local nrwl eubliahed thereto. The man who was betting on Elec toral college to win was sure of his bet. Vermont's peace time military strength is 3200 men. Quite a good- iied army for a little tsta.te like Ver- Jrnont. . , NOVEMBER 5T6 2 22 25 24 25,26 27 POT The news item to he effect that a wo-year-old baby in southern Ver- rnpnt wan choked to death while eating n, peanut raises the query m to -what onstitutes satisfactory baby food any way. It is a good suggestion by the Xew ort Express and Standard that all products of Vermont farms shipped o the market be labeled with the 'made in Vermont" mark. A little boosting of this sort will go a long way toward helping Vermont. November's birthstone is the yel low topaz, t which stands for Friendship and Success. We hope to increase your FRIENDSHIP for us by. the quality and price.' of the suits and overcoats we are showing arid as to SUCCESS, certainly the style of these gar ments will stamp every man with the look which, the wise ones say, is half the battle. Good business suits, $23.50 and up to $65.00. Tt DOING -ATR STUNTS OVER CROWDS. It was the writer's privilege to wit hies some aerial performances dv a laring aviator, at St. Johnsbury on Saturday, Oct. 30, when, seemingly, he ,entire category of the aviation brills were gone through with, stari ng witli straight flying, continuing ivith nose spin, "falling leaf" and oth- r spectacular performances and end- ng with almost clipping the corners hf buildings as the huge air machine wooped down to a very low altitude. was all very entertaining, even hrilling. As the machine turned over nd over in the air, fell n if "dead" nly to be righted when near the earth nd, again, "headed straight .down in swift dive toward earth it was all in- ensely interesting Yet there came ppermost in . the mind the doubt whether such a display should be made river streets filled with people or over crowd watching a football game. Ap parently, the huge air machine, con- iderably larger than the Avro which xhibited in Barre, was under perfect I ontrol of Lieut. Robinson, a past mat-1 er in the art of air transportation, ut there was always the chance that defect in machinery might manifest self to such an extent as to make he craft unmanageable. The airplane as not up high enough to permit the i viator to volplane to the earth in a mooth glide in case of accident; there only the chance of smashing to arth and striking whatever happened 0 be in the way, whether it be peofile a building. And there were people plenty in St. Jolinsbury gathered in lmost every part of the village, with he airplane going through its evolu- ions just over their heads, so close. . i. iacr, as 10 cause one involuntarily j o dodge as the huge machine dropped j or speeded. It would have been a ter- j ible catastrophe . had the machine. crashed to earth on one of those groups spectators. That's an ever-present possibility under such conditions as ob- ined at St. .lohnsbury, raising the juestion whether it is advisable to por- Overcoats, $75.00. $26.50 to EAST MONTPELIER an , ,.. , - Fred Jewett of Jonesville and Frank Machia of Northfield have bought the Andrews place of the D. A. Perry Real Estate agency and took immediate pos session. 'W. A. Foster and Mprle Warren, who were visiting in Lowell, Mass., re turned Saturday. George Shortt was in Sharon Fri day. The seven-cent social and entertain ment at the village 1iall Friday eve ning was well patronized and yielded a goodly sum for the benefit of the schools. " ' Torrence Grow of Lowell, Mass., is visiting friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Young of Dan ville were in town Sunday. There will be a meeting of Red Cross members at L. D. Coburn s, North Montpelier, Saturday, Nov. 6, ut U p. m. Hie members irom ji,asi ivioni pelier are requested to attend as there will be election of officers for the com ing year. Postmaster C. P. Dudley is deliver ing mail on route ono until an R. F. D. carrier is appointed. George S. Cook of Ihirdwiek, cream ery inspector, was in town on busi ness Saturday, Oct. 30. , WASHING! ON THIS ADVICE IS GIVEN BY A LEWISTON LADY WHO KNOWS "Having Received So Much Benefit By Others," Says Mrs. Sarah Jones, the Use of Vitalitas I Must Tell Mrs. John Kennedy and son, John Malioney, of Barre were guests at P. C. Wason's Sunday, also Mr. and Mrs. Joe Suitor and daughter of Granite ville. Dan McDonald has moved in with his father, John McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bigelow are visiting in Boston, going last week. Mjts. Elsie Kelty has gone to Wil- liamstown to spend the winter. Mrs. Sarah Jones, who resides at 205 Main street, Lewifton, Me., says Vital itas is the best remedy in the world. Followiij Is her own statement: "I hafVe received so much benefit from my first bottle of Vitalitas that I want to thank you personally for selling it to me and to tell you how much good it lias done so t hat the peo ple of New England may know what a wonderful remedy they have the op portunity of buying. It was recom mended to me so highly that I decid ed to try it, not thinking it would re lieve me so much. But I can assure you that I have never taken anything which has made me feel so well In all my life. The remedy worked like mag ic in my case. I was suffering from nervousness, rheumatism and stomach trouble and after taking one bottle I began to feel like a new woman. And if there is anyone who has suffered as I did, I can truthfully say to them, 'Take Vitalitas, it is wonderful'." Vitalitas is for rheumatism, iikiiges tkm, nervousness, stomach, kidney or liver ills. Our advice Is to start this treatment at once, it will do you good. Vitalitas is sold in Barre by Drown's drug store and leading druggists in every town. adv. Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, Vt WEBSTERVILLE All good and all guar anteed to be priced as cheap or cheaper than you can find anywhere. Just take a look then buy where you like. There will be a food, candy and rum mage sale at the Episcopal church, I Websterville, on Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 8 o'clock, adv. ILfctalV, 4 F. H. Rogers & Company tii it such exhibitions under such conditions. ON YOUR DESK - IN YOUR POCKET- OR AT HOME SO THAT THE CHILDREN CAN ALWAYS GET THEM They stop the I THAT COLD AWAY , Z CADRIGGS COMmNY i CROUP Spasmodic Croup la frequently relieved by one application of V Vapo Run Qua 1 7 Million Jan UteJ Ytaily Tweed i e BOOT TOPS Glove-fitted to either low shoe or boot, Tweedies are the last word in smartness for Madam or Miss. With no unsightly buckles, never sagging or pulling away from toe or heel, Tweedies carry-an air distinc tively their own, and come in a variety of shades and materials. Rogers' Walk Over Boot Shop ess Than Pre-War Prices The war started in August, 1914, and below we show a com parison between the prices of Ford Cars in 1914 and the present prices: , 1914 Price F. O. B. Detroit Touring $490.00 Roadster 465.00 Sedan 973.00 less starter and rims Coupe 830.00 less starter and rims Buy Your Ford Now Why? . New Prices. Quick Deliveries. Fine Touring Weather. Hunting Season Opening. Have real fun while you can. Ford Cars are a Necessity. Over 4,000,000 in use. 1. mm 3. 4. 6. 7. To-day's Price F. O. B. Detroit $410.00 395.00 795.00 with starter and rims 750.00 with starter and rims Buy Your Fordson Now. Why? 1. Flowing. 2. Discing. 3. Seeding. 4. Silo Filling. 5. Wood Sawing. 6. Feed Grinding. We are prepared to make prompt deliveries. Perry Automobile Company Nobody Saves Much at a Time t ' Nobody sayes much at a time. Saving is a matter of littles. Do not neglect your Savings account. Go to it whenever you have a little spare money. The First National Bank of Montpelier Ettablitbed in 1865 A Good Bank in a Good Town To Depositors: Safety of principal is more to be desired than high rates of interest. Some of our invest ments : $440,000 U. .S. Liberty, and Victory Bonds $30,000 State of Ver mont Bonds $75,000 City of Mont pelier Notes 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Deposits Banking by Mail Safe and Satisfactory GEO. L. BLANCHAKD, Pres. FRANK N. SMITH, Treasurer Vermont Mutual Tire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. NINETY-THIRD YEAR Premium Notes in Force a i w a -v vei, y A. M. 9 WeW vr Cash Assets $260,835.00 Insurance in Force $119,521,431.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at t actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange m m Have You Selected Your NEW FALL APPAREL! ..V 11 V Whether a Fashionable Suit A Smart Coat ; A Distinctive Dress or a Novelty Skirt You need only step into our store to discover that this problem has been solved for you; that you may enjoy selecting a Becoming Style at a Fair Price Silk Yaist Special Fine quality Plaids and Stripes with navy blue background. Made in high low-neck model, nicely tailored. 1 A Splendid Suit Waist Special "N ' ' At $5.00 each Waists of this quality were previously sold for $6.98 and $7.50 , The Specialty Shop This Week's Specials . Call and see the markdown on Stamped Goods, Children's Dresses, Scarfs, Centers, Aprons, Bath Towels, Linen Towreis, Waists, etc. One lot Trimmed Hats, this week only, $1.98. I Yarn, all colors, 69c per ball. Crochet Cotton, 15c per ball. Celesla, 7c per skein. Emma E. Whitney 168 North Main Street. ' New Arrivals Newest Short Plush Coats, plain and fur trimmed. $25.00 up to $100.00. Children's Head Gear Smart little models in Vel vets, Plushes and Corduroys Popular Priced. New Bath Robes and Kimonos. That White Mazda Lamp Where It Belongs It belongs in the STORE in the window to show off display over the counters to make sales easier in the back office to drive away dinginess. It belongs in the HOTEL almost everywhere. It belongs in the .Hospital, where great light is wanted without the fatigue of glare to the nerves of the sick. It belongs in the School, where the pupils must have plenty of light without strain on their young eyes. In fact, for all purposes the WHITE MAZDA LAMP is the best you can buy. ' BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. "Tea Tea Fine' It at MctMeaV The McCuen Store Montpelier, Vt. Ice Cream , x e Ice Cream is no longer considered a luxury only. People now look upon it is an article of food and rightly so, for real Ice cream is a food. When you give the children money to buy Ice Cream it is not wasted on a luxury, but is spirit for a food that the kiddies actually need. The new Granite City Co-operative Creamery are now manufacturing an Ice Cream that is exceptionally rich In butter fat It is not a cream made to arpear rich by a process of manufacturing and the use of large quantities of gelatine, but actually contains butter fat far in excess of the amount re quired by the state law. It is the product of healthy cows, every cow whose products enter this plant must first have passed a tuberculin test applied under State and Federal supervision. Order this delicious food for your table. Insist that you be terved with it at the Ice Cream parlors. Specify the Granite City Co-operative product. It is safe for the kiddies, and remember that every dollar you spend for it helps a local industry, and goes into the pockets of our local farmers. These delicious products are served by Barre Drug Co., Inc. light at Montpelier Armory Election Returns and Wrestling : JOHN KILONIS Vs. JOE SHIMKUS PETER STURGIS Vs. HARRY KATRON Welterweight Champion. Admission: 75c plus war tax; ladies and boys, 50c plus war tax. "An Unusual Opportunity to Save on Good Bedroom Furniture" We have just received a large shipment of Four Piece Chamber Suites Dresser, Dressing Table, Chif fonier and Bed in Mahogany, American Walnut and Wal nut Finish. ... u Thee suites were bought over a year ago, when they were much cheaper than they are to-day, and we are giv ing you the benefit. A regular Two Hundred Seventy-Five Dollar Suite for only $210.00 In cash, with a $32.00 Silk Floss Mattress (35 lbs.) at $22.50. These values will speak for them selves much better than we can speak for them. LETT US SHOW YOU. . Above rrices for One Week Only and for Cash. A. W. Badger & Co. I aeoWr Lb EWleefl fen Ali teTMe Ware-Tel 7-W A NEW A"D LP-TO-D ATE AUTO AMBULANCE 4