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THE -BAJIRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1921.
8 fa aaVta .IIII.MII lllWullill,,,.ipW,l,WI IgJI ipn iWW.w.m-w.1. . " 1 1 . aintnmmdTlimu. '.ii.i Utntimt!lu'J fl Reasons WE? You -bQuld .Buv Your IP tamo at Lamorey's'- - 1 -Because you can save from $75 to Si 20 on the price. 2- Because we sell nothing but standard makes, such as the BALDWIN, HAMILTON, LLLIINUION, HOWARD. Why we can save you so much on the price of a piano: in the first place we have no extra rent to pay, as we have the room in our clothipg store and have to -pay the rent just the4 same; second, we employ no agents and in this alone save 20 per cent, as that is the ordinary commission paid salesmen. Wc do all our own selling arid give you the benefit of it; for example, a piano selling by the ordinary piano house that sells for $500; take the agent's commissson for selling,. 20 per cent, one hundred dollars, then overhead charge to each piano would be about $20.00, therefore you pav $120.00 more elsewhere than you would have to pay here. Our price on the same piano would, be $380.00 you save $120.00. WHY NOT pUY PIANOS OF US AND MAKE THIS SAVING ? Lainnioirey? A TT SI 7" a - WATERBURY ureat Doings gere the Fourth Attract ed Many Out of Town People. The Fourth was one great and glori ous day from early morning until late at night." The usual noise ushered in the day and early in the forenoon au tomobiles began to nrrive. People were noted from Montpelier, Barre. Morri ville, Ptowe, Waitsfield, Moretrnvn. Kayston and nil the nearby communi ties. The narade did not atari tintil 10 o'clock. V. L. Perkins acted an mar shal, assisted by Raymond Perkins. Mr. Joy, as a Rough Rider, also helped in the lead. Members of the American le gion, both marching and a cavalry, were followed by different organiza tions, among them the Woodmen, floats showing Queen Ksther chapter, No. 7. O. K.S., camprire girls, girls of the Catholic church, automobiles car rying members of the G. A. R. and res ident members of Marquis de Lafay ette chapter, D. A. R., while the. hit of the nay seemed to be the jitney from "Waterbury to Montreal,"' on which was the traffic cop, much over come. The float of Queen Ksther chapter, O. '. S., wtfs one of the prettiest float1 1 ever seen in this town anrt well de served the first prize which it received. The star, with its five colors, also streamers of the same, -showed, while stars and letters embellished the sides. Members of the order, dressed in white, weye seated. The campfire girls won second prize and the girls of the" Cath olic church third. For decorated automobiles, W. H. B. Perry won first : P J. Orace second and J. B. Kldredgo third. The cars in which rode members of the D. A. R. were noticeable with their flax wheels, the. first carrying the banner and the second the flag which ("apt. H. Denney Campbell carried through the World war. Miss Breta Atkins afso stood as the Ooddcss of Liberty 'and at 'inter vals their patriotism was evinced by he singing of Revolutionary songs. On the ridiculous side of the parade, the prize for best horrible on wheels, was given to ".loyal and Tatro;" second to Johnson and third to toojey. To those on foot, first prize to Tom Blackford; second to A. H. Gravel and third to Julian Ryan. In the afternoon, the fair ground was the assembling place and in pite of the dust and heat, man, woman and child gathered there and watched most interesting and exciting horse races Some good horses' were in the game and while the prizes were not remuner ative yet the training counted. Grand March won out in the 2:18 class; Es parole in the rive-minute; Iidy Dream er in the .'H) and Hal Wilkes in the 24 Most of the horses and horsemen went to St. Albaiw from here. Many prorni nent horseman were present' and this part or the day was called a great suc cess. Then there were ball gamea, sports of all kinds and Community chautauqua. There was something to interest everyone and plenty of people to be interested. in .all. line. Two ball games were played. The 1WRTHFIELD Waterbury Legion beat Stowe Legion. I 8 to 4, nd the Warren town team de-; fcated the Waterbury 'Athletic. r t .1. Clara . A. Vien the Bride of William D. Ringey Monday Morning. "Miss Mariorie Thiebault won the. "Miss WaterbHrv"- contest. .The different committees who had' Miss Clara A. Vien, oldest daughter charge of the events for this very sue- of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vien, 'and cessful day were: General committee, William I). Ringey were united in mar J. T. Smith. P. J. Grace, H. B. Lease, riuge Munday morning at St. John's It. H. Metcalf ; marshal, . L. Perkins; church, Rev. J. A. Lynch performing publicity, ('. C. Abbott"! E. W. Mag- (he ceremony. They were attended by nus. Rev." G. II. Lock; parade, B. F j Miss Mary Vien, sister of the bride. Atherton, John Jay, frank i carta w. W. II. ' H. Perry, Leon Johnson, Will ifaniel, II. H. Fullertonj races, Frank Katon, Rov Dcmeritt, Karl Pixley: ents, Mr. and Mrs Dexter Horner, Sun day. Dr. E. M. Mcintosh returned to Rochester Tuesday, after spending a few days in town, a guest at the home of his sister, Mrs, Alex England. John Martin and Mrs. Alma Brus siere, both of Xorthfield, were mar ried Friday in Bethel, Rev. W. C. Har vey performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs., Martin spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth ,Morin, re turning to Xorthfield Sunday night. Wavne G. Davi. who has been sports. Mr. Perry, Harry Bingham, G H. Lock, Arthur Bailey; finance, K. W Magnus, B. F. Atherton; refreshment. George Demcritt,. Stephen Guptil. Wal ter thesley, Dan Jones, boy scouts. Miss Stella f Jrifflt h supplied for Mrs. Florence Wood Russell in Biirliiviton again Sunday and remained there for the rummer school. ' Miss Mary Guptil, who has been in structor in physical education in the schools of Buffalo this past year, m at the home of her brother, S. VV. Guptil, on the Guptil farm. She returns to Buffalo in the fall and will spend part of her summer vacation in. work alon? ami Joseph Ringey, brother of the room. Following the ceremony a wed "dimr breakfast wai served at the bri feV home, after which they left for spending his vacation at the home of a short trip and w ill go Jo Cornwall, parr-m. mi. ana .Mrs. i. corse ia where Mr. Ring-y is emplored. Mrs. 'is. has returned to Albany, X. Y. Ringey is a graduate of Mount St. J At the annual meeting of the North Mary V school at Burlington and has .field graded school dir-trii-t. the new di rcecntly been tehehlilg in' Orwell. ' ' rectors elected were: Prof. F. S. How- ard and Dr. W. G. Huntlev. F. J. Da- hdward Minis and dangliier, vis resigned and In ham Monday, July 4; scoring waa 11 to 20 in favor of "the "Middle West." Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Magoon of Barre were in town Monday. CORIJSTH If Ruptured Try This Free Apply it toAny Rupture, Old or It cent, Large or Small and Yea are on the Road That Has Convinced Thousands. FATHER FOUND TWO-YEAR-OLD BOY VERY SICK ' - Was Thin, No Appetite, Had Swollen Lips, Stomach Pains, Itching Nose A hardy woodsman and enthusiastic fisherman, Joseph K. Lane of Lincoln, Me., has a very interesting record to re port. He writes: "A a boy, 37 years hco. I began to take Dr. Irues J-Jixir. Once after six months hauling logs, I came out of the woods and found my i two-year -old boy very sick. He was thin, had no appetite, had swollen lips, pain in stomach, an itching nose, was suffering from constipation, for months. "I had not been in the house an hour when an elderly lady a good neigh bor came in and told my wife to get a bottle of Dr. True' Elixir, saying he had seen numbers of similar cases which it had slieved. "My boy waa given a half dozen doses of Elixir when he passed a lot of little worm, and right away began to show improvement ; he began soon to eat with a. relish, play around and! look healthy. He did not have to take a full bottle, and in later years, when ever he got o7T hia feed, a few doses would etraighten him out quick. "When I get constipated, a couple of teaspoons of Dr. True s Elixir fix me O. K. . "My eon is grown up now and has a family of six Children, and he has practically raised his family on Dr. True's Elixir. The children' git out- and get hold of something not good for them. It's hard to. w at eh aU the chil dren, and so when they eat something they shouldn't and get sick., the Elixir ia given and the family is put in good shape again. "I have read in the'papers you have to take a half, dozen bottles of some remedies, but you dont'hate to do this with Dr. True's Elixir. Simply a few1 of Mr. and Mr. J. L. Burns, have re turned to their home in Cambridge, Mass. Mis Hortense Metcalf has returned to her home In Sacramento, Calif. Miss Metcalf has been east for the past year and has spent tli gfeater part-of her time with her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Holland. her line at the preventorium in Esex. n Main street. Vie took a special Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Taft were guests cuirse at the lnivrrslty of ermont . , L. . : I 1 1?.. t . I . I ! aluh a imiir,. in a mil II jl lira 1 rlraa.'inn .iirs. r.imnitj i'uiiis aim iiaiiniri , vis resinned ami in: resignation icJ) In Dmr TPM who have been -vis-ifing at the home I accented. E. M. Holton beinff eleoted to' riXeiO t TOVe llilS doses and then quick relief. The three generations of Lanes have been kept healthy by using it." Kvmnfnmi nf W'.i mi. niTdnuiva breath, .swollen upper lip, deranged e Becker for part of stomach! occasional pains -about the . '"". . . h turiis navel, pale face, eyes heavy and dull, twitching eyelids, itching of the Tiose and rectum, ehort dry cough, grinding of the teeth, red points on the tongue, starting during sleep, blow fever, constipation. A- JOSEPH K. LANE. Nearly every grown up and every child needs a laxative. The fond par enta safeguard the hearth of their chil dren by keeping their bowels in condi tion. In Dr. True's Elixir only pure herbs are used. Xo harmful drues. Keen ini ooweis regular ry using vr. True s i-lixir. At all dealers. Thre sires. But the larger size. Adv. BASEBALL Barre Post, No. 10, American Legion VS. MONTPELIER K. of C. INTERCITY PARK, SATURDAY 3:15 P. M. Legion Supporters!. Com Out! family of Edward Jones of Waitsfield was also there on the Fourth. S. S. Foster, for many years a prom inent resident of Duxbury, and Luther Foster of St. Johnsbury were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. Foster's sis ter, Mrs. Jerome1 Hart. Miss Etta Graves and Miss Bessie Cook left Tuesday noon to attend the World's Christian Endeavor convention in Xew York City. Mrs. Pearl Randall Wasson left yes terday for the Pacific coast and in company with her cousin, Mrs. Flor ence Akeley Quirk, w-ill go from Seat tle for a three weeks' Alaskan trip. Miss Mary Lease and Miss Marion Dana left Monday for 'ew York City, wnere Miss liease will study with ius her summer s to uoddard seminary' in the fall. Mias Belle Anderson is taking a six weeks course at Columbia university in English, including Anglo-Saxon. She also expects to visit her brother, Floyd Anaerson, wnose residence is in ew York and who holds a responsible place as secretary ana auditor (or the Man hattan and Oiin'i TrmM in 'rv 4 Urban Water . Supply and the Rural iteal Instate lo., all properties of the same company, with which he has been since graduating from the Troy Poly leennic insiuuie, except tne time he spent in France. Mr. Anderson's wife was- a Troy, N. Y, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bulkeley of Moretown were guests of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edson Palmer, Monday. , Richard Swasey, 'son of Charles D. pwasey, was operated on for appen dicitis at tne fanny Allen hospital yes terday and is reported as .doing well. WILLIAMSTOWN also a course in architectural drawing in Xew iork City. Frank (Jokey of Everett," Masai, is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. ('. Gokey, on Vino street. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Gokey and daughter, Elizabeth, and Arnold Derick of Montpelier, have also been visiting at the home of Mr. Gokey. Mrs. Eva Elphinstone went to St. Johnsbury Saturday to spend a short time with friends and relatives. Leon Fiske has purchased the ice business of A. E. Bryant and posses sion has been given Zeb Lavalley is working with Mr. Fiske on the deliv ery cart. A. .T. Wark of Long Beach, Calif., arrived . in. town Tuesday and will spend a few works in XVirthfield with in i.. ....... t ....... 1111 nn- iiii.A I'll ill ii I in. . J ... . 1 Anyone ruptured, man. wrtmtn or child. Ralph Carpenter of Ludlow, Mass., thoald wrti t once to w. s. Rice, is birthday and -Ruth Carpenter of White River , """I . A3: or T trM At the school meeeting of Corinth academy and Cookcville graded school last Thursday evening, Joseph Lord was elected moderator; In a M. Hutton, clerk: Joseph Lord vas re-elected school director for three yearJ; G, B. Hastings, treasurer; Charles W. East man, collector of taxes; Anna L. Ilodge, Bertha Laskey, D. C. Cooke, auditors. Xo discount is to be allowed on the taxes and upon the delinquent taxes eight per cent and costs are to be collected. Harry P. Lynch, superintendent, was in town Thursday and settled up th.i school account with the town and thy I. D. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morse and Phyllis were in Vershire over the Fourth, visiting relatives. Vera Munroe had a surprise party on Saturday evening, it being her lu(!j very poor health for some time. 'Fu neral services were held Tuesday, with burial at the Center. Mr. Mann returned to her home in Barre Thursday. The schoolhouse 'in Eaton district, which has not been used for school mrposes for a series of years, has een moved to a new site and is now undergoing repairs which will fit it ready for use for the fall tftrm of school. The schoolhouse at the south meadow has been condemned. A. B. Comstock was with his wife and daughter at D. C. Cooke's last week, having cut his hand and not' being able to work. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. gene Carpenter. is visiting Mrs. John Barrv, and uncle, John Mc Cormack. Mr. McCormack is a gradu ate of the Xorthfield high school and later of Albany Business college. He is now employed by the Albany Felt company. STRAFFORD Mrs. Van A. Dearborn and three ehil dren of Concord, X. H.. are with ber .. I. .- I . . I . . : I.. ! : . I I. . 'i . . i , g "wiiueuui iiiiiuimiiiiK ilillllcsiDii. uncilon arc vimtlni nt th hnmp nf . L . " - ,u vu ii on mc ruDiure ana m m usr in nether .o that the ope nine close nsturmllr ren1''. -"r- ir.. iorge. leeper, I and the Bred of a mnnnrt nr trnx 4. ih.n for n few weeks. -Mr. Sleeoer is very Joseph McCormack of Albany, X. Y., 1 done away with. Don't neaiect to send for poorly and requires much attention, visiting at the homes of liis aunt, ! hi trM- Ev." f rur Pure doeant, .... uuvner iitii wtnmi in u- ui wrvrinfi tup i i lie lunjtjri uftl mi uvui.nNVllit at luu porw all your life? Why aurTer this nuisance? Chalmers mill. Why run the risk of rang-rene and such dan. I er from a small and innocent little rup- Milton Staples, a veteran of the Civil ...... . V. LinJ , I. k.- . U .1 , . A- , ... ' . ... the operating: table. A host of men and worn. in are daily running such riak just berauae their ruptures do not hurt nor prevent them from gettinr around. Write at one foi this free trial, aa it ia certainly a wonder ful thine and has aided in the cure of rup turea that were as big- as a man'a two flita. Try and write at once, using the coupon below. r To-day Earle Williams in "Diamonds Adrift" A trane tale of love and adventure rKIDAY AND SATURDAY Hi. Latest las Fairbanks in HE NUT" Miss Helen KimbalL who has been visiting in town for a few weeks past, returned to her home in Alstead on the 3d inst. She was.aroonvpaaied -on her journey by Mist Millie Drury, Mrs. Ida Whitoomb and Mrs. Minnie Dickin son, with Clarence Wilfore as chauf feur. With the eim-pMoa of Mis Kim ball, the party returned the same dsy, and were joined by Mrs. Alven M. Smith, who with her husband, who was called here to attend the 'funeral of George XV. Lynde, is passing the week with old friends here. Mrs. H. A. Thurber " has swne -to troveton, ., for a visit to her son, a. U Uementt. Pupt. Crosby anj family have tone Ut Burlington, where he ia to attsad a summer school for teacher at the I. V. M. -His address is Converse hall. Burlington, Vt. Lawrence Cheney of Montpelier ia at work for Fred R" McAllister. A new soda-fountain was installed last week in the store of Curtiss & Randall. Mrs. Eugene L. Whitney ia in Barre for a visit to her sister, Florence, now Mrs. Will BivaiC . Miss Ruth E. Martin is taking a vacation from her duties in the G. F. McAllister store, and is ramping with friends at Nelson pond.' North Calais. Joan B. mith, (ioridani 12, Tufts ;'lrt, formerly connected with the state agricultural college at Amherst, Mass., 1 has for some time been in Brvaa. Tex., where he ha a position similar to the lone he held at Amherst, being attached to the experiment station as chemist. 'His work has to da with the analvsie '. of soils, foodstuffs for stork, samples of water and other liquids, etc.. A son.! David Martin Smith, was horn last March. Charles Curtiss is taking a rest from bis duties in the Curtiss A .Randall store aad will be absent about two weeks. E. S. Jebb. salesman for T. S. Dyke of Northfleld, was in town the 6th' on business. the Cross brothers Mrs. W. E. G. Washburn and Misses Marion and Carolyn Morris, who have been visiting at the home of James Buzrell on Traverse street, have gone to their summer ramp on Lake Cham plain. Miss Marion Buzzell has been spending a few days with tbem. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Albin were in Lis bon," X: If.,' over1 Sunday and Monday, returning home Tuesday, accompanied by their daughters, Misses Sadie and Helen Albin, who have been spending several weeks with their grandmother. Mrs. Charles Baldwin of Keene, N. H., who is spending a time in town with her mother, Mrs. O. F. StebbiaM, accompanied by Miss Grace Ingalls, was in Barton over the Fourth. Miss Dorothy Simons has finished her school in Springfield, Mass., and has been spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. ll. L. tlieney. From here she joined . her, mother . in. Williams town. Miss Simons will spend her sum mer vacation in this vicinity. Jsmes Sullivsn of Concord, X. H., has. been nnnding s few- days in town with his cousin, Miss Mary Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mathews of Or leans were at the home of her par- GREAT FOR ECZEMA AND OLD SORES I 'Guarantee My Ointment, Siyi Peterson Every Bos of It J. J. Morrill and family of Fulton, X. are guest of his brother's family- B. G. Sykes snd family of Evsnston,' III., are at their home here for the , summer. i Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell of Richmond were recent gnests in town.- Miss Elizabeth Chandler of Welles ley' Hills.' Mass.,' accompanied by her cousin. Miss Mary Jones of Cambridge, Mass., came by automobile to the Chandler summer home here, remain ing for a few days, last week. Miss Lena West returned Friday from her school at North Adams, Mass. Miss Doris Reynolds has returned from White River Junction, where she waa employed in the telephone ex change, i The Strafford bobbin mill bas closed for the present. Mrs. Stella Gove of Lebanon recent ly spent a week with her mother and sister here. A reception for Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Brown was held at B. M. hall the evening of the 28th ult. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were assisted in re ceiving by Mr. and Mrs. Stone of Han over, N. H.. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Varney of Strafford and Mr. and Mrs. Giltnan Kendall of Thetford all new-lyweds. R. A. Hyde snd wife were in town on Friday and Saturday and deeded the Hvde homeste'ad to Mr. and .Mrs. F. J. Cook. ' L. William HareKon, who has been in feeble health for some time, died , suddenly, last week and was buried , with Mssonic rites from the I niversal ist chur?h on Friday. Of his imme diate family, only a daughter survives. There was a general exodus of Straf ford people on Monday, the 4th inst., to the surrounding towns of Chelsea. Randolph and Woodstock. All report Bne celebrations and a good time. Word has been received of the death at his home in Southbridge, Mass., of Charles F. Dugar. He was for several years a student in our public schools . . . . .. . i ... and nis fleam comes as a snoca to nis young acquaintances. The Willis family has gone to Bur lington to spend the summer, where Sunt. Willis will attend the summer I conference at L. v M. . I Miss Winifred Lewis is attending Free far Rastur W. S. Rice. Inc., 686 Main St, A da ma, K. T. You may aend me entirely free Sam ple Treatment of your atimuiaUn- ap plication for Rupture. Name Address Stats war, died on Sunday, July 3, at George Moody's, where he has been staying for several months. He has been in aS mm fjBeanty Unsurpassed The wonderfully refined, pearly white complexion rendered, brings back the appearance of youth. Re suits are Instant Highly antiseptic Exerts a tofeand soothing action. Over 73 years ia use. Send IS c for Trial Size niD. t. Hortrws son new I org KjiiJ PESKY BED-BUGS P. D. Q. P. D. Q. Kill. Bedbugs, Roachss, Aata aad their efts as well. A SS cent Picki,. malcts one quart enough to till a million and contains s patent spout free to ret them In the hard-to-sret-at places. Your Druei-l.t has It or ran eel It for you. or mailed errni a nn rslni t.u i OWL CH EMir AL CO., Terr.' H. ute, InZ Oenum f, 1. Q. U never peddled. Sold by E. A. Dmcgiata. Drown snd Other Leading- The Times 61 1 itf- , Classified TOPSIIAM "It you are reaponaihlo far the health of your family . says Peterson, of Buffalo. "I want you to art a large II cant boa of retenon s Uintmeot to-Oay. Remember, 1 etand back of every br Every druggist guarantee to refund the dimmer school at Burlington. doean I do all I claim. "I ma rant toe It for eesema, old sores. running aorea, aait meum. ulkwrs. aore nipples, broken breaata. Hrhlna akin, akin diaeaaea. blind, bleeding and Itching rues aa wen aa I or raanng, mirna, eealde, cute, bruieea and sunburn." "I bad S running aore on my le t or 11 yeare. was In three different fcoapttale. Amputation waa adviaed. Skin crafting waa tried. I mi cured by aaing Pet.-r son's Ointment". Mrs. F. E. Rant, iSi Mich Iran Street. . Buffa la, K.- T.- Mail or dera filled by Peterson's Ointment Co., Ine B..W.L. V A J " Ay.we-aKyByi(iy v e .up jys 3!1 Galvanized Sooting! Carload Jost Re eeieved. We carry all kinds right prkrs. This company is lug enough to Tra der service on a larye scale, and iaj mv iiw vr to war a rrauine picas- are in serving each iadnidual run torn er itTeportive of the ize of his order. Strong Hardware Co, Burliatoa, Vt. Adv. The KICK is in the TASTE TP1K 9m Bottled at the Brewery.' Try a Case-It. Ftatoit A, MISTRANGELO & SON Telepheae 604 K. Miss Hazel MrLam, who has employ ment in Brattleboro, is home on ber vacation. Mrs. Henrr Leet. who has been at her daughter's in White River June lion, returned to her home here Sat urdav. ... Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Glover motored to Mclndoes on busineao Saturday. Mc and Mc. Ted Sumner and son Everet, were visitors at the home of Daniel Cilley of West Tops ham Sun day.. . ... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downing. Flora Stevens and Charles Smith were in Barre .Tuesday.. , Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Stevens and children are moving into the villas residence whp-h they recently pur chased from Char lea Hood. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith and 'daughter,. Edith, of Corinth were vie- itors in town fundi v. Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards and son of Webeterolle spent-tne week end at J. R- McLam 's. Flora Stevens has begun her labor at the home of the White brothers. Edna Hsyward of West FairW ia visiting at In home of her grandmoth er, Mrs. Jessie McKay. Miss Edith Hsll of New bury wss in town on business ens dar last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elbe hllshury and son and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tbourston of Lebanon. X. H., spent the week end at J. C. Lang's. Mra. Leoa Ms and children of r"WTn'iiiei are niing at ae aome SIi E. F rowers. I The Eat Topsham basehall team i plaved a fsf ad intereitg rim' I with the "Middle West" cf West Tops-' Columns tfa ' 1 3Tnjajf IA l Offers an Inexpensive Service in t Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Here is the Washing Machine you have been looking fof and at the price you ought to pay. This Electric Washer with extra stands for extra tubs and baskets. Motor foi 110 volt current. See that wringer! It swings to any posi tion desired. Wrings either way. Price complete, $95.00. Fully guaranteed to do clean work. Tlease ask for cir culars and demonstration. Write or Telephone, ' J. L. ARKLEY & SON, BARRE, VTM For Catalog, Prices and Information. i BRACKETT, SHAW & LUNT COMPANY, 1 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., Somersworth, N. H. New England Distributors Or to Rent; WHY BE HOT, WHEN YOU CAN KEEP COOL AT The New Park TO-DAY i( ' The All-Star Paramount Attraction The Call of Youth A picture everyone will enjoy Also "Fireside Brewer Comedy . Pa the Review Try An Adv. in The Times . ....... TO-MORROW E. K. Lincoln in Under Crimson Skies Al "PALS and PUGS - LNTERNATIONAL Comedy ij.tf $jt a. NEWS Same PLarr, Same Time, Same Price