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THE BARItE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUKE 15, 1022.
r r v r These Lee Tire Dealers are now making this convinc ing Lee Puncture - proof Tire demonstration : , BACKUS GARAGE, ' - Waterbury, Vt. ' " VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO Montpelier, Vt. C.W.HOUGHTON, ' Marshfield, Vt. E. C. COMSTOCK, Plainfield, Vt. , E F.SAWYER, V Randolph, Vt. F. S. BLOSSOM, Bethel, V 7 ' See This Puncture-Proof Tire Demonstration Twice a day, at 10 A. M. and 4 P, M.,'all this week, a loaded automobile, equipped with Lee Puncttire prpof Pneumatics is run back and forth over the up turned points of sharp nails, driven through heavy planks, exactly as shown in the illustration. The Lee Puncture-proof Tire is guaranteed. A cash refund is made if it punctures. . DISTRIBUTED BY HAGAR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. FIVE ARRESTS . AT LAWRENCE During Demonstration , Pickets at Pacific - ' Mills By CITY MARSHAL WAS ATTACKED Vermont Distributors, Burlington, Vt. Wf Mw fJS ' Protect the ' ' i W ' ' Casing Rocks Hurled at Official As He Was Making an Arrest Lawrence, Mass., June 15. Five nrrcKtfi were made at the Pacific Print Works this morning," during a demonstration hy picket aimed at a few who are said to have been going into the. plant to work. Mill ofhviula eKtiinalucd the number of pickets as the lareest of the entire trike tint far. Two men were charged- with as sault, one with intimidation, one with interference and one with throwing rocks. The rock-throwing is said to have licen aimed at-City Marshal Tiritothv J. O'Brien as he was making an arrest. Last nicht orders were issued at the One Big union headquarters for massed picketing at the print works this morning. ' ' . .' : ' 0 Big Ideal fcicltags for the Homo Picnic and Outind tkillii Also Regular Fabric and Cord U U LI S MARSHFIELD the Marshfield Cornet b.and Will pive an open-air concert at Lower Cahnt tliii evening, Thursday, June 15. uml here Saturday evening, Jun!' 17. Work was resumed iut week in the lat block mill of John French, after being shut dowii for several wJck-. Miss Amy Cameron .:as reain.-J her position as teacher in the village school and accepted a position l.i the w-hoo's of Middleboro, Mass. She Vis taught j odist church. day by inviting about 30 of her young friends to her home from 4 to 7 p. m. A beautiful birthday cake, made by her grandmother, was served with 'other cakes and ice cream, and with games and munic made -a delightfully pleasant time for all present. She was the recipient of numerous pleading gifts. .The eighth grade baccalaureate ser mon was delivered last Sunday morn ing by Rev. F. K. Currier at the Metli attend the funeral of Mr. Pitkin' aunt, Mrs. Sarah Jameson. Mr. Jame son was a native of this town and her remains were brought here for inter ment in the family lot in Iaton cem etery. ; i ,. - ! PLAINFIELD successfully here lor several years and her many friend-are sorry t have lier leave,, but wis-h her 'success in her new field. The ladies of the Methodist church served a very tine dinner in the ves try last Thursday," Miss Arlene Carpenter celebrated isr 13th birthday anniversary last Thurs- next Friday Schools in town close for the summer vacation. The annual memorial service if t lie Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sis ters will e held, next Sundav it p. m. at the K. of P. hall. Rev. F. K. t'urticr will deliver, the address. . Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Pitkin and son, Clarence, were in Barre Tuesday to Nellie Gill night, June 17, "The Traveling fc-alesman," a four-act rom-edy-drama. , Dancing after the show. Prices, 50c and 2Bc, war tax included. adv. I ' Coming, June 21, "The Four Horse men of the Apocalypse."- adv. 400 PICKETS AT TWO MILLS. When Gates Were Opened at Pawtuck et To-day. Pawtucket, P. I.; -June 15. Th gales of four mills and a' 'blcachery controlled hy Goddiud brother inter ests were thrown open to-day and I'm employes who have been on strike for over 20 weeks were invited to return to work, at a 20 per cent reduction, and presumably a 48 hours week, but few of them took advantajre of the of fer. About 400 pickets were out at the two Lonsdale mills and the bleach ery and about (KI in Berkeley and .!ie sarte nnmlier'in Ashton. Deputy sher iffs were on duty in all three village and they permitted five picket, near each gate, these to he relieved hourly. There was no' disturbance. Orgaizeri Thomas of the t'nited Textile Workers of America, iraid hK reports were to the effect that one man went to work at the number 4 mill in Lonsdale and his wife at the Ann and Hope, mill, but nobody but overseer and second hands reported at tue hlearhery. In Berkeley, he said, one j girl, the daughter of an overseer, re-i parted, but at Ashtun nobody went to work. - The mill officials would make no statements. 11 Anheuser-Busch, SUafoU o ' k. A Now in cartons ot fi-' tu" r.r-i ' One Dozen Bottles The Holbrook Grocery Co. Woodsville, New Hampshire Distributors NORTH MONTPELIER Coming, June 22, "The Four Horse men of the Apocalypse." adv. How to Make Perfect Strawberry Jam in 10 Minutes . . . j New Certo Process Astonishes Housewives Kt- tC?:i D !.. 0 Alii .." r?i . r . "" in .1 never rans, rvequires jiuy wne minuie s polling, rveiains All tne Color and Flavor and Makes Mare Jam from Same Amount of Fruit Strawberries are now plentiful at, a low price, .sugar is cheap and hou-e-wives are putting up strawberry jam as never before.' Best of all, the brand new and never failing Certo process lor making jams and jellies has elimi nated every reason why any -housewife should hesitate to make sin h a delicious conserve. Anyone can now make pri fert otraw berry jam in 10 minutes at a very low cost, ith iili the flavor and color of the fruit re tained. The new Certo process is very sini- pie: Crush well in single layers about two quart of ripe Iwrries, using wood en nisshcr and discarding all green parts. Mcaure four cup crushH ber ries, add the juice of one lemou and seven and one-half leveled eupa (3 lbs.) suvar into good sized preserving kettle. Mix well; stir bard and con stantly. Bring to vigorous boil and boil hard one full minute, continually stir ring. Take from fire and add noe-half bottle (scant one-half dipt IVrt.i, stir ring it in well. It stand five min.itro only, by the el-wk, stirring ion al ly; skim , and pour quickly into ster ilized glasses. Result is 10 half pound glasses of strawberry jam for total cost of 07 cents (strawberries at SOe a box and sugar at tic a Ib.K L'.e this same recipe with ra-pberries, blackber-ies, dewberries and loganberries. ( - Important: Best way tov sea! jimt and jellies in open glasses. Cover liie hot with thin coat hot paraffin. cxt day add tablcspoonful hot parattin to seal cracks around edge foxmed by shrinkage on cooling. The former guess work and worry of making jam and jelly is now tHt. The Certo Process ia endorsed by gov ernment authorities and cooking ex pert; it insures perfect results with every hatch. "It is also very econom ical, requiring only one minute's' boil ing and thereby makes two-thirds more jam or jelly than the old method. It also makes all kinds of jam or jelly, some you have never tasted before, like pineapple and rhubarb jelly, or combinations like strawberry and pine apple, ets. Many housewives with litt vors and better quality of. jams and jemes maiie with certo. terto is absolutely pure conta'ris ne gelatine or preervative. House wives have received it with open arms because it is so certain, so econnmii a!, so simple, and so useful. They ar ice ominending it to all their friends. (Jet a bottle of Certo with Orto book of recipes containing the above and nearly 100 other recipes,-' from your grovr or druggist at once. ' Kxtra copies .eirt free if you write to the Pectin Sale Company, Inc., 112 Kast Avenue, Rnru ester, X. V. Try Certo right away with fresh fruit like strawberry or pineapple. Then you will Jo ail . your . preervms the new and mod ern way the easv, ecinomicl and better Certo p roues. A CggTO Proems lmmuleibodiajl 2pouiubsf frtri 3 pound of aV pts 4ouscfafGtnt MkM 5 pounds Jean le pride .are exhibiting the new fla-1 4 k fj r. ' I 3p Old Method 15mtmsrti MMttana NORTH MONTPELIER ' Allert Duquette visited his sisters here the first of last week. Ed Xye of Wakefield, Mass.. is" in town, boarding at Wesley Benjamin's for the summer. Mrs. Ellen Xye Lawrence of Plain field visited relatives in the place" last week. Walter Bowen was in .Massachu setts last week on business. , Wf. and Mrs. Bert Bretton and daughter of Calais were at Wesley Benjamin's Sunday. , ' Joe Bliss has, returned Portland, Ore., after visiting his children here. Mrs. Willis Abbott of Auburn, Me., visited at Judge Coburn's and Mrs. Ju lia Clark s recent I v. The play given last Friday night by the senior class at fJoddard seminary was well attended and much enjoved. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker spent the week end in Barre. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker are work ing for Mr. and Mrs. tleorge McKnight. Mr. John Put ton of ( raftslnirv was the guest of Mrs. Kd. Hillis the first of the week. ' Mrs. Martha Barton of Calais visit ed her daughter. Mr. Wesley Benja min. last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Emery have re turned home from visiting 'heir laughter in Hvde Park. Mr. and Mrs. Pcrlev Kificld and two children visited at Fred Orr in Calais .Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 4idney were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace tarnes Kundav. Charles Stoddard and children were at Edgar Stoddard s on Hollister hill Sundav. - This school and the Four Corner school join together and hold their graduation exenises at the hall Fri dy night. All are cordially Tnvited. Tom lawless has moved to the farm he recently bought in Barre. ' FRECKLE-FACE Sun and Wind Brine Out Ugly Spots. How to Remove Easily. Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-face, to try a remedy for freckles with the guarantee of a reliable concern that it will not cost vou 11 penny unless it removes the freckles; while if it does give you a clear complexion the ex pense is trifling, v Simply get an ounce of Othine dou ble strength from any druggist and a lew applications snouio snow vou now eay it is to rid yourself of the homely freckles and get a beautiful complex ion. Rarely is more than one ounce needed for the worst case. Be sure to ask the druggist for th double elrength Othine as this strength is sold under guarantee of money-back if it fails to remove freckles., adv. EAST BETHEL Mrs. Bacon entertained a relative, Mr. Bohonon, the past week. The lat.t report from Mrs. Russell Page, who was o severely hurt in the automobile accident at JCorth Royal- J ton, was encouraging. VA.-...-..1 -. . .. ,1 1 U I 1. ' to attend the circus,,-and a-few went to White River Junction. All pro nounced it a good, clean show. . Sir. anil Mrs. Will Hyde ana eon. Orover, visited at Percy Hyde's Sun day. , . v--. ... .'.-. V. W. Brown was over to see his mother last Friday. Mrs. Minnie Lambert epent Monday tn South Randolph, . We have had good rains the past week, and everything is growing nice ly, grass and crops. CORINTH H5'' mom I y 1 fx k.rvi U s , Br-r-r-r! Cut It's Chilly But with one of our Electric heaters attached to your lamp focket you can take the chill off the room and keep comfortable without a stove these cold, windy days. The cost and consumption is a mere trifle comparcJ to the results. Barre Electric Co. TeL S8 Monlpelier Electric Co. TeL 26 "FOR YOUR ELECTRIC WANTS" PESKY BED-BUGS P. D. Q. TJ Jwt SOW J D QPlry fWfts . - . ' .- ' -w w mm fsmiif lM-kd mm P D Q fiii r tms to snr4 &jramC fwy Lsrr issml ts mt P D Q M Msn Itian-t sr. brt it rw rKwra tHM ... mMUaiNt U,rer. srk muin fm a sust r.I m , u4awMjm a M rmt Tsv-lrs m) mm mm wwml Mguf t l a mrmmm iMCUSMUqftftt T. I) O m b rs. V. EAST MONTPELIER Clark Sibley as in Montpelier -ind Bsrre Thursday. Eugene Sployd and Ie Chandler were in Barre oh business Friday. The village schools closed Friday and tea-he-s, with their scholars, altcnd"d a nictiic at the Centr. Mr. and Mrs Kelton were in Mont pelier Friday. The first strawberries were picked on June 9 in Lee Chandler's garden. FielJ strawberries are lej;,Bning to come. A band of evpsies were in town on i Friday in search of a good camping ! ground. Mi Anita Putton. who has Iwn a trsrhcr in the village primary for two Tf-r, is joins to Connecltrut to teaih the coming year at an advanced ul ary. O. B. Fifield has purrhaoe'd a Ford triifk. Mis Esther Mills will spend her a cstiun at her home in Bsrre. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ccravdi were v's itors in Wcbtervi!le Saturday and Sunday. Miss Saucy Ta?ers. ho works in i-srre. vwiterj her mother, Mrs. Sttfj r.o?er, on STjnday. Rev. ASbenie S. rhillips returned to leter on Saturday, affr a shiwt vis it spent at her home. , Mr. Oisrlrs Camnbrlt and wiao?n- i ter of Mntpe'ier were Sunday visit or at the home of hr parents Mr. H lr. W. A. Curt . , An arp'anr on it return tnp to Montpelier M mixed tip hh a !! 4'r ':' er and high ind n Sunday aics It "n !imx d alioe t?e Inrm rai4 snH Hi U. t, i;tt. M. F !-. tarr of Brre. sU ! vtirj rUlii- i- tmn, '. rtarH t kr ork. Mr. M. H. Dickinson was taken sud denly ill last Thursday while attend - Dignity of Service ing a meeting of the Benevolent so- a service wnicn in event 01 death auto- eietv at -Mrs. d. Jl. isowen s. ."she is a mat i ally creates an asset to meet a 1 little better. liability, which pays debts, adjusts! Mrs. C. E. Morse received a slight business interests, meets various, taxes,'! cut on her face on Sunday afternoon, prevents estate shrinkage and performs j lieiiiff thrown against the windshield other necessary functions i a dignified j o. their automobile when their car col service worth careful consideration ' bv j lided ' with that of Mr. O'Meara of men mnti u nman n f 1 i rn.i matnM u .. 1 1 ' as others. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual.! S. S. Ballard, general agent. A-t Stale street, Mont-elier- li. J. Scager, local representa tive. - . West Topsham, when meeting in a nar row place, and the two cars skidded on a newly made piece of road. Mrs. (Joorjre Parker visited her sister Mrs. Rose le tJoosh, at Strafford over Sundav. We have the finest Varnish for Every Varnish need WHETHER it's exterior or interior wood work floors, doors or furniture, we have the right Du Pont -varnish for the job. , K The varnishes we sell in the familiar yellow cans have been giving satisfaction to thou sands of people for half a century. For beauty, ease of application and lasting power , no finer varnishes can be made today. The Du Pont Oval label they bear is sufficient guar antee of satisfaction. Drop in our store and let us recommend the particular Du Pont Varnish that will do your work best. Alexander & Co. Depot Square SUPREMIS for floor SHIFOtXUM tor tn? NAVAUTE exterior .brt w.S p. nS STOit) SAY "BAYER" when you buy Aspirin. . 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