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THE liAKKE DAILY TIMES, BAltllE, VT., THUllSDAY, SKPTE3MBEK 15, Fall Cleaning Summer weather is nearly over, and it is time to think of Fall cleaning fixing over. Do you need some new Wall Paper? We have just received our Falil stock of new patterns and reduced prices. See our window display. Perhaps you will also need some new Laces for the windows. Our stock has never con tained a better line of Scrims, Marquisettes and Quaker Laces. How is that old Couch Cover? Isn't it about time to change? Have you seen our new Chenille Portieres? Everyone that sees them comments on their beauty, and buys: Watch for Our Dollar Day Specials B-W. Hooker &Co. BKDWTAKBM-BEBT UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SEBYIC. km. TUphn t7-W. Alway. the First to Give tie Public What it Wants WILUAMSTOWN Florence Prescott Keenan, teacher of voice and piano, Williamstown; spe cial attention to children and begin ners. adv. Card of Thanks. I wish -to thank the friend who so kindly remembered mo with flowers and cards during my recent illness at the Barre City hospital, and also my nurse, Miss Murphy, for the excellent care given. Mrs. William E. Morrison. nisN.D. Phelps Co. Jos 31-"' "fc Irl'ii Paint and Save WP Mm Repairs I! i fw j w if Ml w If it: I . 8 a . ' i . I Ti in - mill r ft m WjSkl Oysters Will iliiy L Taste Good or SB Haddock, per lb! loc, ISc, 20c Halibut, per lb 35c, 40c Cod, per lb 15c, 18c, 20c Mackerel, per lb 35c Swordfish, per lb 40c Finnan Haddie, Crabs, Clams. "If you want to keep your house clean just buy a new broom." A good medium No. 6 Broom 50c You have wanted Cider Vinegar. We have abso lutely pure Cider Vinegar, guaranteed, gaL 65c One-Eighth Bbl. Whitehouse Flour $1.20 One-fourth BbL Whitehouse Flour $2.35 Card of Thanka. For all the many kind acts extended our husband, father and brother dur ing his long illness, for the comfort ing words of sympathy in our sorrow and for the largo offering of floral tributes, we wish to convey our deep est thanks to the relatives, friends and neighbors. Mrs. Adelaide Oltolini,' Guy F. Oltolini, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Oltolini, Mrs. Eliza Polli, Mr. and Mrs.' Peter Cattaneo-Boraeeo. TDAINT In th fall and protect your implements. Paint your home and barn it will j'neraasa their worth, and improve theii appearance. But us good paint; the poor kind doeen't pay. You can count on Certain-Uad Paint, because it'a made from highest qual ity materials thoroughly ground and accurately mixed. Priced right, too each color sells for what it coeta to make plus a fair profit. We have Certain-teed Painta and Varnish for every painting need. Come and see us. Cerlaindeed Phone 28, Barre, Vt, TALK OF THE TOWN Charles Rice went to St. Johnsbury this morning, to attend the fair. Everything in dry wood fuel at Cal der 4 Richardson. "Thone 450. adv. Auto livery at Cutler Bros.' stable. Special prices for fairs. Call 100 adv. Otemobile per afflttare per le Here prezo speciale. Cutler Bros.' stable, tf 160. adv. Public dance, Memorial hall, Stowe, Thursday, Sept. 15. Carroll's orches tra. adv. Last dance of the season at Wood bury pond, Friday, Sept. 10, CarjpU'a orchestra. adv. 9 Arthur G. Bigelow will be in Barre Friday, instead of Thursday, this week. adv. Miss Ethel MeFgrland leaves to- i morrow night for Overlea, Md., where she will teach physical edication in the Maryland school for the blind. Strayed away at Williamstown a black and tan fox hound. E. C. Keiz er name on collar. Telephone, Barre 302-11, or notify Fritz V. Jackson. adv. RemO Bianchi, Ouido Mabcrini, Ell sio Monti, Erman Calcagni, Etfore Rossi, Luigi Crivallaro have left for a week-end camping trip on Orange heights. Anyone wishing guns, ammunition, hunting coats, caps, etc., call at my house any evenig this week; all at reduced prices. Fritz W. Jackson, 103 Hill street. adv. "St. A. Specials" one of the best cigars sold in Vermont. Friends tell friends how good they are. Ask your dealer for them. Raymond Olivette, mfr., St. Albans, Vt. adv. The Homer Fitts residence on Acad emy street has been purchased by Mrs. D. M. Aldrich and divided into tb apartments. The house was built the late Homer Fitts and was sold by his widow. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Badger of Ea.it Montpelier left yesterday for Spring field, Mass., wheie they are to be in charge of the maple su?nr exhibit and manufactures at the Eastern States expositi m. They expect to be away about throe weeks, as they will serve in a similar eopaeitfy at the state fair at White River Junction before re turning home. Could Hardly Straighten Up. When the kidneys are overworked or disordered and fail to throw out waste matter from (he system, it causes aches, pains, lame back, swollen an kles, sore joints, dizziness, floating specks, etc. J. W. Seabock, Chester, Pa., writes: "My kidneys and back hurt me so when I got out of bed in the morn ing I could hardly straighten up. Had to rub the small "of my back before I could walk. I could hardly button my shoes. I haven't felt the soreness sines I took Foley Kidney Pills. Sold every where. adv. ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, makes the following announcement: "We are making another reduction in the prices of Ford cars and the Ford truck, effective to-day. The new p rices average $70 under former prices, and are the lowest at which Ford cars and trucks have ever been sold. List prices, f. o. b. Detroit, are now as follows: New Old Amount of Price Price Reduction CHASSIS $295 $345 $50 RUNABOUT 325 370 45 TOURING CAR 355 415 60 TRUCK ; 445 495 50 COUrE 395 695 100 SEDAN 660 760 100 "This is the third price cut during the past twelve months. . On September 22, 1920, the price of the Ford Touring car was reduced from $575 to $440; June 7th to $415, and now to $355, making total reductions in this type of $220, or 38 per cent. The same proportion ate reductions have been made in all other types. One year ago the price of the Ford Sedan was $975; today it lists at $660, with the same equipment. "We are taking advantage of every known economy in the manu facture of our products in order that we may give them to the public at the lowest possible price, and by doing that, we feel that we are do ing one big thing that will help this country into more prosperous times. Fcople are interested in prices, and are buying when prices are right. "The production of Ford cars and trucks for August again broke all previous high records with the total reaching 117,696. This is the fourth consecutive month in which our output has gone over the hun dred thousand mark, the total for the months being 463,074, which has gone a long way in making possible the present reductions, June this year, with an output of 117,247 was the previous record month. "One noteworthy feature of our sales is the increased demand for Ford trucks and cars for salesmen. This class of commercial bus iness has been gradually increasing the past sixty days and we in terpret it as a very good sign of improvement in general business. "No reduction has been made in the price of the Fordson tractor, and none is contemplated." Go over these new prices! See how little it costs to become the owr.er of a Ford car or a Ford truck. Can you really afford to do without one any longer? Let us tell you more about it. and advise you regarding the deliv- ery of the particular type of car in which you are interested. GARAGE Perry Automobile Co. 5SI AKTAEGEST 30 WASHLTGT03 ST. J . STATE ST. BAEEE.VI Authorized Ford Agency kostpeliek. vt. i BETHEL Bethel Won from St Johnabury in Fatest Game Ever Seen Here. The fastest game, of baseball ever aeon in Bethel, lasting only an hour and 20 minutes, was won yesterday by the local team, which defeated Charlie Hoernle's SU Johnsbury wonders, 2 to 0. When Tommy Starr, the only Bethel batsman who connected safely with Vitty, the artistic spitball specialist who performed for the visitors, walked in from second in the first inning, hav ing failed to stretch a fine single, he wore a broad smile on his face, for the aforesaid single had scored King and Barnes and had won the game, for go tightly did Vitty and Canales pitch the rest of the game and go high was the fielding average that not another run occurred in the seven and one-half innings. After Joslyn, first man up for Bath el, struck out, King got his base on Martin's error at first, and Barnes his on Legendre's error. The stage then was set for Starr's fine clout, which won the game. Again in the seventh inning, Starr showed his old-time pow er by a wonderful three-bagger to right field. Though he was first man up, he did not score, the pitching of Vitty showing up finely here. These two hits by Starr were Bethel's total contribu tion to the game's offensive. But their defensive was so nearly perfect and Canales work in the pinches was so neyly perfect that they needed no rnOre. In the fifth inning, with two down, Manager Iloernle and Pitcher Vitty each singled for St. Johnsbury and Heath's hot grounder got by King, but Legendre, with the big chance of the game with the buses full, forced Heath, ind the visitors were never dangerous at any other time. A pretty double play in the eighth retired St. Johns bury after Heath had struck out. King's work at third was brilliant. He made a season's record for chances at that position. The lineup: Bethel ab r h po a e Joslvn, ss 4 0 0 2 2 0 King, 3b 4 1 0 2 7 1 Barnes, lb 3 1 0 11 0 0 Starr, c 2 0 2 0 0 0 Healev, 2b 3 0 0 1 2 0 Hickey, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 Newton, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0 Fields, If 3 0 0 0 0 0 Canales, p ........ 3 0 0 1 2 0 Totals 23 2 2 27 13 1 St. Johnsbury ab r h po a e Heath, 3b 4 0 1 0 1 0 Legendre, 2b 4 0 0 0 1 2 F. Martin, if 4 0 2 0 0 0 Gallagher, rf 4 0 2 0 0 0 Davidson, If 4 0 0 0 0 0 Lynch, ss 4 0 0 2 0 0 R. Martin, lb 3 0 0 7 0 1 Hoernle, c 3 0. 1 14 2 1 Vitty, p 3 0 2 1 4 0 Totals 33 0 6 24 9 4 Score by innings: 12 3 486789 Bethel 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x-2 St. Johnsbury .. 00000000 0-0 Three-base hit, Starr. Double play, King to Joslvn to Barnes. Struck out, by Canales 7, by Vitty 15. Umpire, Skinner. Scorer, Batchelder. Robert Healey of Winchester, Mans., has been visiting his brother, J. A. Healcy. Miss Ruth Cushing has entered Dean academy at Franklin, Mass. Dr. Eva C. Bagley of Detroit, a for mer resident, is visiting Mrs. Guy Wil: son. Mrs. Mary Abbott is spending the week at Victor Ward's in Barnard. Wilbur Dartt, who was operated on last month at Burlington, after visit ing a week at E. A. Dustin's in Jericho and two days at X. A. Dustin's in Ran dolph, came home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elker of Cam bridge Junction, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Dustin of Randolph were here yester day to attend the funeral of Charles M. Davis. Local customers of the Bethel Ice Co. are being supplied with ice formed naturally in Massachusetts last win ter. O. C. Green and family, who spent the summer here, are at Rangeley Lake, Me., for the month of Septem ber. A. N. Washburn generously offers the use of his touring car to carry members of the high school football team to any point this aeason where they may have a game. Miss Bessie M. Graves of Southamp ton, Mass., highly recommended as an experienced teacher of pleasing person ality, has been secured as teacher of the 'training class and w ill begin work next Monday morning. A son was born Sept. 11 at Dr. O. V. Greene's sanatorium to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Vesper of Royalton. Miss Abbie Whitcomb returned yes terday from Boston with millinery for the fall trade. Miss Louise. Austin, aged 88'i years, assists in the hosuework of several of her neighbors, thereby earning her live lihood. Eugene Croissant is suffering from a serious attack of blood poisoning. Earl Kidder, who has been working at Braintrec, is at P. A. Bowen's, suf fering from an attack of blood poison ing. GRAN1TEVJLLE Florence Trescott Keenan. teacher of j voice and piano, Williamstown ; spec-! ial attention to children and beginners, j adv. PLAJNFIELD j Social dance at the S. D. hall Sat-1 urday evening, Sept. 17. Dancing from ' S until 12. Mimic, Bartlett and Byron, j Floor manager, Ernest Folsom. adv. j JWiAIJJ STM Jill 1 H III I 111 II III W AD ewaW aSm7 , - - , Separate Novelty Skirts designed in Beautiful Prunellas, Two-Toned Stripes in Blues, Browns and Blacks, in plaited models, are very smart this season. $12.95 buys the best. DRESSES in Wool and Silk, featuring all the new styles in Canton Crepe, Tricotine and Wool Serge. $22.50 up to $42.50 Dollar Day is Coming Soon Values Here a Big Investment ADAMS COMPANY Regular meeting of Ilia watha lodge, Xo. 20, I. Ol O. F., to-night at 7:30 o'clock. Practice, initiatory degree. Kvcry officer is requested to be present. Per order K. O. Regular communication of Oranit lodge, No. 35, F. and A. M, Friday, Sept. 1(5, 7:30 n. m. Imuortanl business to f transactut Per order W. M. A regular meeting of subordinate court IUrre, No. 3317, I. O. K.. will be held Fri day night, Sept. lti. "Sj at 7:30 o'clock. iVr order ol rec. sec. y A rpgiilttr meeting oi Rrre lodec 1.. O. O. s'r Thnrilii v. Sent. 15. t&ft'h&i t 7:30 p. 'm. Impor tant business. All members please attend, Regular meet ing oi tne JW'y gree ol rocanon tii Thursday, S..pt. 15, at 7:30. EAST BARRE Regular meeting of Wurfwwen tribe. No. 10, I. O. R. M., on Thurs day evening at 7 :30.Im quois tribe of Baire will visit us. All member and visiting Red Men invited. All Red Men rine to j&Eat Barre meet at Clan j hall Thursday at 6:30 p. m. Case (h) Countrr school girl started with Home Study, walked two miles to town for weekly criticism. Honest and earnest, wasted no time and l.t no time In petting paying em ployment. Now in secretarial po sition in Holyoke, Mass. Day, Evenint and Home Study Montpelier Business School ISA RICHARDSON, PRIN. Phones 317-M; 48-M. ill i ELIZABETH N. BUGBEE HAS OPENED Millinery Parlors at 94 MAIN STREET and incites you to innrwrt her showing of Ircs and Sport Hats. MAKING OVER HATS A SPECIALTY AMS COMPANY Distinctive Suits Coats and Dresses Tailored Suits IN NAVY, BROWN, REINDEER and BLACK. $35.00 up $75.00 GROWN E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be at .1. T. Darling's Monday, the 10th. Call and have your eyea examined. adv. Public dance, Memorial hall, Sto-ve, Thursday, Sept. 15. Carroll's orches tra. adv. Your Battery We wish to announce that we "are prepared to take care of any kind and all kinds of batteries. Charging, repairing or any work necessary. Also That Wc Arc the Only "Official Willard Battery- Service Station in Barre. We have secured the services of an expert bat tery man and ask you to come in and consult us on battery troubles. We are prepared to give you prompt and efficient service in this line, and solicit your patronage. Palace Garage II. A. Dunbar, Prop., 310 No. Main Street Good isini V Economy for you to buy fish here. Every piece is eatable. Halibut Steaks, -per lb 35c Swordfish Steaks, per lb 10c (Season nearly over.) Mackerel, per lb 35c Salmon, per lb ' . ..33c Boneless Haddock, per lb 25c sSliced Haddock, per lb ' 20c Whole Fish, per lb ISc Flounders, per lb 13c Finnan Haddies, made every day, per It) 20c Clams for chowder, pint ...35c Clams for steaming, 2 quarts for 25c Lobsters, per lb 55c Ovsters, per pint J5c Crabs, each 5c; 6 for 25c Cod Fish Cake, ready to eat, can 20c The F. D. Ladd Co. to EAST BARRE I have a few fall and winter trim mingH and fancies that I will din poo of regardless of cont. I will repair and remodel as usual. Florence Whitcomb, adv. Everything in dry wood fuel at Cal der & Richardson. Thone 450. adv. ' at lies The W. D. Smith Company Inc.