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j ,. .J TIIE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT TUESyAY, AUGUST 30, 1921.
Annual " As we had to disappoint many of our customers Saturday owing to being short ot help to wait on tnem, we win tominue uur Mi another week, ending September 3. -No Goods Let Out On Approval And No Goods Will Be Charged During This Sale Why not buy Winter Overcoats now? Your choice of any Coat in our stock and we have some up to $50.00, your choice, $25.00 Lot of Men's Odd Coats small size, 51.95 Men's Hats $7.50 Hats $.5-00 $5.00 Hats $4.00 Hats 2.75 $3.00 Hats -2.00 Men's Caps $3.00 Caps $2.50 Caps $J-5 $1.50 Caps 91.20 EAST BRAINTREE. Mto Collided on Hoyt Hill, One Going Down Bank No One Hurt. ' 1 Quite an exciting automobile accident occurred early Saturday evening when a Buick touring car, coming from fet. Johnsbury, and a Buick roadster, driven by a Rutland man, collided on Hoyt's hill. Both cars were coming at - pretty good speed and in some way, through passing other cars and heavy teams, they collided, pushing the tour ing car against the eastern bank and Bending the roadster down a steep bank on the west and out into the Hoyt ineadow, right side up, but badly dam aged. The touring car radiator, wind shield and fender were badly damaged, but not enough to prevent its going to a garage on its own power. None of the occupants in either car was hurt. The community was saddened when it heard of the death of Lester Flagg, on of the late George W. Flagg. He died from blood poisoning, his death occurring at his home in Brockton, Mass., where he had lived for many rears. His stepmother, Mrs. Hannah j'lagg of this place, was unable to at tend the funeral. The East Braintree and West Brook -field Sunday school picnic, held in Fred Flint's grove, was well attended. Prof. C. V. Woodbury and family, who have been occupying part of Mr. A. C. Wakefield's house during the month of August, have returned to Jforthfield. 1 Mr. and Mra. M. J. Burnham and Mrs. . Smith of Hartford, Conn., Mr. and Mr. W. F. Perhani of White River Junc tion, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bass and four children were Sunday guests at W. W. J'erhtvm's. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Poor and little son are visiting Mrs. Toor's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. E. H. Chad wick. Miss Helen Wheeler returned Tues day from York beach, where she had been spending the summer, working as cashier in the Hotel Algonquin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fletcher and L. M. lingers are at Saranac Lake, N. V., on a. business trip. The fiftieth anniversary of the organization of the East Braintree and Vest Brookfield churches will be ob served Oct. 23 and 24. A general com mittee, consisting of Prof. C. V. Wood bury, Mrs. S. A. Hutchinson, E. H. tliadwiek and George Wakefield, have been appointed and are already at work tn plans which will be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Perham and granddaughter, Miss Edith Bass, visited r fct John Wells' in South Randolph Tuea- 4llT. ilra. Janet Crsin is quite ill with bronchial trouble. The villa school begins Tuesday fpt. , with Miss Elisabeth (Jiffo'd US teacher. Frank Dane of Boston is visiting his brot her, E. II. Pane. E. V. Keyea returned Saturday from several days' visit with relatives ia Woretown. Miss Betty Ross, who has been pass - rir n Ss VWLfyoVR HOME TH 6ATRE YfTLtj. Tcday "The Desert Scorpion" A super feature with Edmund Cobb and Vida Johnson. See: The remarkable fire scene. Colorado's charming .-unripe. Cobb ride over a two foot flume. The greatest stampede in fllmdom's history. The most daring riding ev er shown on the screen. COMEDY SCENIC WEDNESDAY BENEFIT AMERICAN LEGION "THE LOST BATTALION" SNAP SHOTS PATHE NEWS ing the summer at E. H. Smith's, re turned Saturday to her home in Boston. Mrs. Oeorge Jerd and four children were recent guests of her aunts, Mrs. E. V. Keyes and Mrs. Emma Rice. RANDOLPH Miss Catherine Hart of Montpelier arrived here on Monday to pass several days with her aunt, Mrs. P. R. Case. Mrs. Copeland of Boston, who has been here for a vacation and during that time has visited her daughter, Mrs. Frank Kidder, and her son, Frank Cope land, and wife, left for Boston to re sume her jiosition on Monday. Mrs. Copeland passed one week with her daughter, Mrs. John Jacobs, in Milton. Mrs. Etta Fraser, who has been in town for several weeks, went Monday to Stockbridge to visit her uncle, John Durkee. Mrs. Arthur Harlow, son, Warren, and daughter, Muriel, from Southbridge, Mass., are passing several days here with J. C. Harlow and family. Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Bean and danghtet, Eleanor, have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Webster. Mrs. Webster and Kenneth accompanied them on their return to (Jreensboro to pass several days at Caspian lake. Mrs. F. S. Swett has returned from Hanover, N. H., where, she passed a few days last week with relatives. Miss Mary Elliott of New York and Miss Prudence Battin of Dobb's Ferry, N. V., who have been the guesta of Mrs. E. Elliott, returned ti New York City last week to resume their school wor. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Montgomery ot Boston, who have been in town for a short stav, have returned to Bellows Falls to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Whit comb, and from there will go on to their home. Miss Ramona Holden, who has been 0t .nrk in th Mazzolini ice cream par lor for the vacation, finished there on J . . . !. I Saturday, ana auer iwo wren . tion will return to Boston and resume, study at the Burditt Business college. Mrs. Eugenia Carrigan, who has been taking a two weeks' vacation came from Plymouth, N. Y., on Monday and is againat her home at Judge Howell's. Mr. "and Mrs. Arthur Lamb and daughter, Berniee, of Leominster, Mass. have been the guesta of Mr. and Mr. M. W. Campbell. The lawn party given at the Col. Chandler place last week by the Beth anv guild was a decided success, and the net proceeds were about $150. W. W. Marshall of Middlesex recently visited at the home of O. X. Billings in this place. A Busy Man. C'assiJy An' how's things wid yon! Casey Busy, very busy, indade. Cassidy Is' it so now? Cajwev Av, Shure every time I'm at laviiure I hov it aomethin Bout on Transcript Mark Sweaters $12.50 Men's Sweaters $7.50 $10.00 Men's Sweaters $6.75 7.50 Men's Sweaters $5.00 3.50 Boys' Suits $2.65 Men's Suits $50100 SUITS at $33.00 $40.00 SUITS at $30.00 $35.00 SUITS at ... V. $25.00 $25.00 SUITS at $18.00 $20.00 SUITS at $15.00 MEN'S BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS Shirts' and Drawers, $1.00 value . ... .49c LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY STOWE Rev. G. R. Brush of Hardwick con ducted an Episcopal service Sunday afternoon and holy communion Mon day morning at Seven Springs. There was a large attendance at a business meeting held by the stockhold ers of the Mt. Mansfield Creamery as sociation at the 'Akeley Memorial building Saturday evening. Following the meeting, many remained to listen to an address given under the auspices of Mansfield Mountain grange. P. of H., by Andrew Elliott of Gait, On tario, who spoke chiefly upon the mer its of sweet clover as a forage crop. The regular meeting of Mansfield Mountain grange, Sept. 10, will be the annual master's meeting and will be held at Smugglers' Notch. Members and their families are invited. The H. H. Smith Woman's Relief corps will hold a special meeting for initiation at 2 o'clock Thursday after noon. Silas A. Stebbins fractured two ribs and sustained injuries on the right hip and shoulder when he inadvertently stepped through a Rcuttle and fell VI feet at his slaughter house at the low er village F'riday. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Morrill were in Hardwick Sunday to see Mrs. Merrill's sister, Mrs. W. hi. I'tley, who has been very ill at the Hardwick hospital, where she is now convalescing. Perley G. Sdams has gathered a stalk of yellow bantam sweet corn that bore five good cars, the whole weighing five pounds. Mr. Adams says that four ears on a stalk are very un usual and this is the first he has ever known of five. . A partridge recently flew through a window at F. C. Bashaw's residence with such force that the large pane was broken into bits which fell all over the room. The bird did not ap pear to be much injured and flew away when set free. Mrs. Louiie Bigelow is very ill at her home on Maple street. It is estimated that a hundred auto mobile parties visited Smugglers' Notch Sunday. Among those from Stowe were Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Straw and children, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wright and family of Fairfax, T. Alden Straw of New Norfolk, Va., Mrs. E. W. Tinkham and guest. Miss Ieona Col lins of East Randolph, and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Smith and family. Benjamin Ricketnon of Tern, X. Y., passed a week at the home of his ton, A. E. Ricketson, recently. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Wilson, who have motored to Stowe from Elliott, la., are visiting Mr. Wilson's aunt, Mrs. Locy Scribner, and cousin, J. C. -Benson, and with Mrs. Scribner are passing the week at the Bnson home. Mrs. Scrib ner has heard that her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Scribner, and son, Cedric, arrived safely in Basane, Al bert, the Sunday after leaving Iras hurg Wednesday and are pleased with the country. They expect to remain there three months. M. E. Hill was a recent visitor in Burlington, accompanying home Mrs. P. G. Hill and daughters, who have been visiting here. The tub shop at the Stowe butter package factory is shut down for two weeks while repairs are being made. Miss Leona Collins of East Randolph is visiting at the home of her uncle, A. W. Collins. Misses Kate and Thelm Burnham have returned to Lvndonville. after pending several e-k with relatives here. Mrs. Bertha Lsbardie i visiting in North Hyde Park. Mrs. K. M. Small went Monday to Bsrre for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Breer and fam i'v cf Middlesex railed on Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weeks Saturday. Miss Hms!ead of Beverly. Mass., in tinting her bro'.ber. Alfred Hem Mead, and family. Mr. and Mrs.' L. B. Pratt returned Monday from Hard irk, where they p-wd the week end with their dn;rh t. Mrs. Archie Richardson, an! fam ily. Dan Mmiltnei i on a motor trip to Bton arid vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Miitcn Smi'h of Land prove rf nt Sunday with Mr. Smith's -itr, Mr. F. J. Holden. and fsmilv. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pike anj fm iv spent Sunday at the Jaiksmi Miller urn in Wijhroii, where they ere mr.e! bv rr..if from Burbn'i.Hi 4itd ejort. Mra. Lawrence and aa'l wa - Down of Grand Rapids, Mich., and her broth er, Douglas Ruttcr of Burlington, were recent guesta at C. M. Pike's. Mrs. W. A. Aldrich has been spend ing several weeks with relatives in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Angus Douglass, of Barre has been visiting friends in town the paat week. The Ayers families of Waterbury and Stowe held their annual reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Cham berlain. There were 101 present, in cluding Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ayers of Walpole, X. H. Jerome B. Ayers was elected president of the reunion. F. T. Towne, vice-president, aad Mrs. Flor ence Ayers Lang, secretary and treas urer. A bountiful picnic dinner was served. Mrs. (i. W. Barnes invited the reunion to meet at her home on west branch next year. WEST TOrSHAM The people of this vbii.ity are to be congratulated on being abfe to secure the services of so noted a person as Rev. Arthur Hewitt, ne of Vermo'it's brightest and most talented young mm, to. be in West Toshoa Friday c ening, Sept. 2, and present the sub ject, "The Making of Mr. X." Nobody ehould fail to hear this popular and entertaining speaker. Preceding the lecture, there will be a supper in the oJiurch vestry, furnished by the ladies from Waits River, East Orange and West Topsham. As each place has a repuation for fin suppers, we proph esy this will be a sup v fine one. Mrs. Eugene Blanchard and Mrs. Emma Snow, who hat'e been spend ing some time at their home, returned to Somerville, Mass., Friday. Miss Bessie Tomlinson is viniting at the home of ier sister, Mrs. Law rence 0"Mera. Mrs. Edward Hrriiirf of West Somerville, lass., arrived Saturday for a short sojourn at the Herring home. Hight brothers were in Bradford Fridayfor another carload of Auburn cars. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Perry, Mrs. James Perry and Mrs. Dr. Worthen of Carre were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floren Cmch Tuesday. Frank E. Wheeler, wife and two children of Plattsburg, X. Y., F. V. Wil ier and Mrs. Jennie Willey of Uranite ville were in town Thursday, calling on friends and visiting the graves of loved ones in the cemetery. Miss Catherine Smith, who has been visiting in town several weeks, re turned to her home in Graniteville Fri day. She is to teach in Johnson the coming year. STOCKBRIDGE J. H. Mussev spent the week end in Glens Falls. X. Y. Mrs. Mussey and daughter. Myrtle, returned home with bim. L. E. Baker and Mr. Meade of Glenf Falls. X. V., spent the week end at Mr. Baker's old home here. Jonie Mills and X. M. Grant were in Rochester Saturday. W. K. Barrows snd family returned from an extensive auto trip Friday. The ladies' aid meets neat Wednes day, Aug. 31, with Mrs. J. S. Leonird. Supper will be served. P. W. (ireen and family and Edear Butterfield are camping for a week at Lake Hortonia. Malcolm McDonald and Stanley Mr Clellan of Maiden. Mass.. were gucf of H. L. Baker three days last week. Mrs. Fred Cole and two children of Rochester spent Thursday at Ernet Brown's, Shirley Ainsworlh ha returned to her home in Rochester, Mrs. Amswjrth being better. " Mrs. Frank Pii'nsm and son. Frsnk. have returned from their trip to New York and Ohio. Faith Holland i home from Ei ton for a time. - Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge Mill "d daughter attended the ramp metirg in Bethel Sunday. R. E. Marnsrd and family are away on an a-i' trip i-.!m; rr!a;ne in New York tate. Mr anl Mr.. W. K. Brro a'nl n. Fred. p-nt M nly in H k.te R.ier Juo-tion. . Men's Shirts $5.00 Manhattan Shirts at . $3.50 $4.00 Manhattan Shirts at $3.00 $3.00 Wachusett Shirts ...... $2.00 $2.50 Wachusett Shirts . $1.50 $1.50 Wachusett Shirts $1.25 One lot Ladies' and Misses Shoes 69c Neckwear 50c Ties 39c $100 Ties 75c $1.50. Ties '. 95c NORTH MONTPELIER Carroll McKinstry spent last week with his lister, Mrs. Xeil Templeton, in Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Benjamin and Ethel, went to the fair at Morrisville Wednesday. Arthur Stevens of Middletown, Conn., is visiting at W. G. Xye's. Mr. and Mrs. John Emery attended the fair at Morrisville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodwin of Attleboro, Mass., visited with Mr. Goodwin's sister, Mrs. O. K. Hollister, a few days last week. Mrs. Clara Paige of Boston visited relatives in the place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Aiken of Eat Barre were the guests of Mrs. Frank Bugbee last week. Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Came attend ed the fair at Morrisville Thnrsday. Ed Nye has returned to his home in Wakefield, Mass., after spending the summer here ' Remember the home demonstration meeting at the hall Sept. 1. All come. Kathyrn' Sibley and Carolyn Clark were calling on cousins in the place last Wednesday. Paul Townsend of Barre is spending a few days this week with hw 'sla ter, Mrs. reward ' Walker. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Spanlding and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prsy attended the fair at Morrisville Wednesday. Mrs. Lewis and child of South Barre have been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ar thur Holt, for -the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Lamphere and children attended the fair at Morrit ville lat Wednesday. Laura Stoddard took her vacation last week, visiting her grandparents, and her mother in Montpelier. Ruth Helton kept house for Charles Stod dard while Laura was away. Mrs. Nora Keith fell Sunday, Aug. 21, and broke one rib. Mrs. Dclbert Persons and Mrs. Xl lie Gray of Worcester called on Mrs Xora Keith last week. Mrs. Emma Wheeler and family of Calais visited at Leon Ellis' last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Cutler of Barre were in the place last Thurs day, calling on friends. , W. G. Xye attended the postmasters league meeting held in Burlington on Thursdar. Carroll Lamb of East Cal ais and' Mrs. Edith Baird of Xorth Calais went with him. Walter Bowen returned Thursday from a very successful 'trip to Fall River, Mast' He secured while gone some very large orders for bobbins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mears and Mrs. C.eorge Prsy and little Pauline of Barre were here Thursday, calling on friends. Rudolph Stevens has returned to his home in Connecticut, after spending his vacation with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Xye. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lower of East Walpol. Mass., called on Mrs. Harry Martin Friday. Mrs. Helen Kent and her daughter, Josephine, of Montpelier visixed Mrs.! Kent's sister, Mrs. Arch Lamphere, last week. Robert Gidney if working for L. D. j Coburn. ! A larjre number from here went to Cabot Saturday to the Washington county field day meeting held thcie. Four of our' little girls took price for' the fastest running. J Mr. and Mr. Maurice Lane and fam ily visited in Hardwick a few days last week. j Rachel and Gertrude Gidney visi'ed at Henry Cate's and Wallace (arnes' the past week. j Miss Annie Gidney has finished work; for Mrs. Irn m lohurn ami gone to heri home in Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker wer' the guests of Mr. ant Mr. Frri To n-end in Barre Sunday. j Mr. and Mr. I.. D. Cohurn and son, Carroll. Mrs. Ralph Parker and cnil-! drvn. Mr. Juiia Clark. Raymond and Mildred tlark er' the guests of Mr. snd Mr. ;. f. Wells of Shelburne ' Sunday. Mr-. Alee Jawtw hi returned t hr heme, afler spi-Mmi eek here vi-iiin; r.lstie and friends. M-. and Mr. Wi'lut Came visifd at tlarle .idncw in Mon'pelier Su fi . Mr.. Hil'.r !!- b returned to (LJlearance 0 . . .. her home at South Bane after a two weeks' vfeut with her niece, Mrs. Ar thur Holt. Mrs. John Walker returned home on Sunday from her visit in Richmond. Mac Webber of East Barre is work ing in the bobbin mill. Mildred Gray is working in the wool en mill. WILLIAMSTOWN The funeral of the late Mrs. B. E. Marble was held at Essex Junction on Friday, Aug. 2, at 10 o'clock, Rev. C. S. Qiiimhy officiating, assisted by Rev. A. B. Enright, a former pastor. The bearers were her two sons, Har ley and Harold Marble, Rev. C, S. Quimby and P. J. Hoffman. Those attending from ont of town were her brother and wife, Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Wills of Cunderhill, Mrs. Charles Wills of St. Albans, Mrs. G. C. Grandfield, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Xelson. Mrs. Hugh Perry and son, Harold, Mrs. Eugene Grifhn, Mrs. Chester Xelson and Mrs. Emma Smith, all of Fayston, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoffman of 'Williamstown, Mrs. Addie Clark of Richmond. Tha flowers were numerous and beatttiful. Burial was in the cemetery at Wah ington. On Thursday. Sept. 1, there will be a picnic of the Methodist Sunday school and friends in Williamstown gulf. A varied and interesting program is planned with activities from 10 a. ni. to 4:30 p. m. In the morning explor ing parties will seek some of the nat ural wonders of the gulf hills, such as the amphitheatre near the summit of the west side. Dinner in charge of the ladies' aid. Each family is requested to bring sandwiches and one other ar ticle of food to be left with the com mittee. Also bring dishes required. There will be lemonade to drink. In the afternoon there will be field events for both men and women. Two teams will lie picked by competent captains. Everybody welcome. "The more, the merrier." F. A. Brockvray, chief electrician, L. S. X., having completed his two yea's' duty, which has h-ren spent as recruit ing" officer in Plattsburg, X. Rut land and Burlington and Springfield, .Ma-s., has been assigned temporarily to the receiving ship at Boston. Schools in town are to open for the fall term on Tuesday, Sept. H. The Xellie Gill Players are to be in town at grange ball on Thursday night,- Sept. 1. This time they will present the comedy, "Charley's Aunt.' adv. Miss Cora Batehelder of Barre spent the week end with Mrs. F. A. Brock wav. NORTH RANDOLPH Mrs. Din Salter entertained the Hill Birthday club Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Colburn and Miss Xettie Ashline called on friends here last week. Mrs. R. A. Huse and children have re turned to their home in Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. Will Howe and family and Miss Anne Howe of Tunbridge sicnt last Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. i Frank Richardson. j A. J. Durkee and sisters and C. K.' Taft and family spent Sunday at H. W Powning's in Barre. Harold Taft has recently bought, seven Jersey ows, four of which ar. registered, also a registered Jersey bull. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Heath of Read ing. Mass., spent a day at Frank Rich ardson's last week. " Gentlemen's night at grange waa largely attended and as usual a good program waa furnished by the men. A, treat of salted peanuts was enjoyed by, all. SPECIAL PRICE We ofTer Chambray Ginghams in plain col ors at a ppe.ial price of 12U,c per yard while it last.. Lecc & Clara B. Short. Karaite!, Vermis at .i Boy's Suits $20.00 Boys' 2-Pant Suits . . : $13.50 $15.00 Boys' 2-Pant Suits $11.75 $12.00 Boys' 2-Pant Suits .' 9.7.V $10.00 Boy's 2-Pant Suits $7.75 7.50 Boys' Suit, one pair pants , 5.25 Men's Union Suits $1.25 Men's Union Suits 95e $1.50 Men's Union Suits ...".$1.20 $2.50 Men's Union Suits : $1.75 Nainsook Union Suits, $1.50 value. $1.20 Men's Hose Special 25c value at ; 15c Pajamas $3.50 Men's Pajamas, at $1.95 EAST BROOKFIELD Christian and Louise Bjorn of Barre have been visiting at the home of their sister, Mrs. Will Rutz. Mr. Martin from California is vis iting at the home of J. C. and F. S. C. Holmes. Dr. and Mrs. Tenny Wheatley aijd family from Brooklyn, X. Y., are vis iting at the home of F. H. Wilcox. Doris and Dora Fletcher visited rela tives in Roxbnry last week Mr and Mrs, James Wheatley return ed home the last of the week from Con necticut, where they had been visiting relatives. A. D. Reed and sister, Mrs. W. F. Medcalf, visited Mrs. George F'ord of Braintree last Saturday. Hiram Hyde and"Orrin Savage from Boston are visiting the latter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Savage. Ray and Dolph Seymour, who have been visiting their uncle in Randolph, have returned home.- Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Da via were in Barre last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farnsworth spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. L. Af Farnsworth of Randolph tnter. Quite a few from here attended the auction at Tunbridge last Thursday. In observance of Madam Reed's 87th birthday, a gathering of near relatives waa held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Medcalf, where she mak-s her home. Miss Eva Grout has finished work for Mrs. J. P. Sprague and ia with her' brother, Walter Grout of Brookfield. One She Could Keep. ' He When you accepted Mr. Rich leigh last night, did you mention our engagment T She Of course not. We promise each other to keep it secret, didn't we? Boston Transcript. 1 When Buying I Beauty Contented XN. I Tea are always cooMeat C 4'- - I that your beaut? h bea w - J developed to thkiht I WW pf Ha fNMaihilitiaa alter . ' 4 mint Cooraud a Oriental U- TJf lie. hf Trial Sua -fA . f I Hk 5 J JJl I forJ$Lnlj you will do well to inspect our stock of STAND- ARD MAKES. We carry a complete line of STO- H Ul'D ,t CAYHM enins( it her t-rnsfne rir Hjso v iix auu uimvi. .......- - - -- - b lene with Webster magneto and throttle fiovernor. Also the famous WOODPECKER engine gaso lene only as good as ever but the price is lower than it was before the war. Write or Telephone, J. L. ARKLEY & SON, BARRE, VT., For Catalog, Trices and Information 15RACKETT, SHAW & LUNT COMPANY. New England Distributors 1 Washington Street, lioston. ale i.: 1 The ! lit) Offers an Inexpensive' Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Try An Adv. in The Times Mau Somen worth. N. !!. g GS Coumns ENGINES j