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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, ,VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1922.
A ESTABLISHED 1688 THE HOMER FITTS CO. 1 THE STORE WHERE QUAUTV COUNTS GOSSARD Front-Lace Corsets Model 795 , " for stout : figures - 7E consider W Model 795 one of the best cor sets we havevever offered. fi'Its proportions are unusually graceful. If Its outline is slenderizing to the stoutest figure. l It snugs the waist and supports the diaphragm in a pliable and al most unexpected way. It flattens the lower back in a manner no other corset for the stout woman has ever accom plished and the overlapping sec tions.at the front seem to take pounds off heavy hips and thighs. fl:.It gives a dignity of poise M pleasing contrast to the ungrace ful poise of bust and lower back induced by the average garment designed for this type of woman. Made in pink sterling jeans; sizes 26 to 40- $7.50 BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1922. The Weather Rain this afternoon and to-night) Friday fair and somewhat warmer; fresh shifting winds becoming westerly TALK OF THE TOWN Just a few more loads left of that hard edging and nlabwood at $3.25. One taste tells the story of its goodness. G CITY BAKERY MALT BREAD Granite City Bottling Works, Tel. 728. M or 746 -W. adv. DANCE Woodbury Lake House Pavilion Friday Night, Jane 23 Sumner's Orchestra Dancing 8:30 to 1. Ad mission $1.00 per couple. Lake House Now Open to Summer boarders and transients. A pretty spot to spend your va cation. Splendid serv ice and accommodations. Hamilton Beach This Strong Silent Cleaner Offers Most for the Money To all who appreciate quality and fine workmanship, we present the HAMILTON BEACH Vacuum Sweeper, leader in a highly competive field. , Its unquestioned superiority is founded on brilliant He sign, generous value, substantial contraction, and pains taking attention to detail When you see it, mark its beauty. Note its over-strength parts, and powerful guar anteed motor. Hear how quietly it operates. Observe how it overcomes every constructional objection you have had to other cleaners. n It is built to be better, and more value for the money, with its cleaning power multiplied by the motor-driven brush. Barre Electric Co. Tel. 98 v Montpelier Electric Co. - TeL 26 "FOR YOUR ELECTRIC WANTS" Munsiug Union Suits We are headquarters for Munsing wear for Men and Bovs. We have them in all styles priced from S1.00 to S5.00. - The and Frank McWhorter Co. Mis M. M. Minnie ha returned from s busines trip to Boston. Miss 'Gladys Wildjroose- has gone to Danville for a short visit with friends. Mrs. Irene- Wilder has returned to Burlington, after visiting hi this city for a few days. Special" meetinc C. 0. T. Sunday at 2:30. , Explanation of new rates and election." Per order chief ranger, T. K. Hamel. The Baptist Sunday school picnic, which was to have been held yesterday, has been postponed until Wednesday, June 28. Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Smith of Mer chant street have returned from .VinaJ- haven, Me., where they have been spending two weeks. ' V. The house on Hill street which be longed to W. H. Ward, who is now a resident of Burlington, has been sold to George Nye of Plainfield. Mrs. John " Paul of West Patter son street left yesterday for a month' visit with her daughter, Mrs. A lex a n der McKinnon of Jersey City. Mrs. Brunetta Guernieri of Morris- villa arrived here yesterday to pass few days at the home of her mother Mrs. K. viardi of I anleoni place. George Ironside, Bavmond McCarthy and Eston Nichols of this city left yes terday for Hartford, Conn., and vicin ity, where they are to be employed. The regular nweting of the I. O. O. L., M. 17., will be held in K. of P. hall Friday. June 23, at 7 o'clock. Election of oDiccrs, initiation and refreshments. Attention, Baptist women! "piie reg ular meeting of the missionary society will be held in the vestry Friday eve ning. June 23, at 7:30, J'lcase come prepared to sew. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Owens and fam ily of Warren street and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dicker of Detroit. Mich., left to day for Lake' Memphremagog, where they will spend .two weeks. ' Bankrupt shoe stock, $.5,000 worth just arrived, to be sold at great eao'rinoe beginning Thursday at Barre Hargaw store. .Shoes for inc. 3Uc, a!c, 8c, i8e, $2.19, $3.10 and f.'i.OS a pair. Buy for the entire family. adv. The- game scheduled to have been played between the local American Le gion team and the Montpelier team yesterday was 'called off on aecoun of the rain. Another date will be ar ranged as soon as a convenient. Days of yore were recalled yester day when a man wag seen riding up North Mam street on one of those old high-wheeled creatures which the fash ion of a century ago pleased to call bicycle. These, old relics are becoming scarcer every year and the, men who can ride them still more few. Contractor A. B. Lane of Barre has been awarded the state contract for building a Morehouse at the rear of the State House in Montpelier. being the only bidder. The price is $8,407. The building' will be two stories high and will be faced with granite front and back to correspond with the other state buildings, being located alongside the speaker a and clerks building. The leg islature provided- an appropriation of fiO.OOO for the building. Some of the excavation already has been done by Sergeant-at-Aiui Dwinell. Tuesday night was ladies' night at Cobble Hill grange. All -the officers' chairs were occupied by ladies and they furnished the entire program, which was as follows: Selection on the graf onola; piano olo, Helen Fartridpe; reading, Marian Ammis; vocal solo. with encore, vera Owen; paper, Mrs. E. E. Perry: reading, Mrs. F. R. Northrop; piano duet, Florence and fiertrude Summers; quii questions, Mrs. A. L. Hmith; reading, Mrs. Kendall; vocal solo, with encore, Edna McAllister; reading, Mrs. II. U, fart ridge; piano sono, Beruiee Davis. The program was of a patriotic nature and was opened with the pledge of allegiance to the flng. There were present 62 Cobble Hill members and some visitors. Plans were talked over for a private prantit" social for the granjjors and invited giict. The next meeting will be July 4. when the gentlemen of the grsnge will have full charge of everything. As ther are well known entertainers pleasant eve ning Is anticipated. Work on a verv simple monument for the father of Vice-President Cool idge has been very nearly completed at the J'resbrey-heland company and is only awaiting the final inspection of i the spent who sold it before it can be J shipped. The monument which is to be , wt up in the Plymouth Notch cemetery is of the variety commonly called a two-piece tablet and wm cut . from highly polinlird dark Bout well. Milne & Varnum txk. On the die the name Coolidge is cut in square raised letters on a hammered background M-t iito the face of the polished work. The name of Col. John Coolidge and his fin-t wife, Victoria, who died in 1RS2, and seexmd wife, Carrie, who paid away in l!20, are engraved upon it and be neath the latter two the name of hi daughter, Abigail, daughter of John and Vk-toria, who died in 100. The actual dimensions of the monument are a follows: For the bae five feet and three inches by two feet by one fHt and four inche. and the size of the die being four fwt and five inrhes bv one foot and two inches bv three feet and two irohes. The monument will be shipped to Ludlow from which place it can he transported to the Notch. The deal for the memorial was completed through Mr. Brown of the Hart ford off-ce of the companv. h.i had a bov gne to the trte school with Mr. 1 o.lid?e and has always been a friend of the family. InclmlH in the contract are four small polished markers, one for each of the perm named on the monument. TALK OF THE TOWJV "A flashlight lights the way wherever you go. All sizes. Drown' Drug atore. adv. Mr. and Mrs. George Kent of Orange street have returned from an auto trip Long distance and general trucking, furniture a . specialty. Granite City Bottling Works, TeL 726-M or 746-W. dv., Donald Smith of Perry street re turned to-day from Northampton, Ma., where he has been attending the graduation exercises at Smith col- Miss Fannie E. Ladd, who has been teaching school in Faribault, Minn., ar rived in town to-day. Kite will spend the summer with her brother,' F. D. Ladd. .Andrew Edson, assistant superin tendent of school in New York, who ia at his summer home in Brookficld, was in Barre yesterday 'calling on friends. ' Anyone in need of screen windows or screen doors call 747-M, and get the kind that will, last a lifetime, made and fitted right on. oKo Novelty, com pany of Barre. adv. r Rev. W. H. Skeels, who leaves the L'niversalist church in Denver; Col.,' to become pastor of the L'niversalist church of this city will preach in Bar nard during the months of July and August. . Friends of Dr. George C, Adie will be interested to know that announce ments of his. approaching marriage to Miss ' Kennetha .Winifred Berry . of Grand Ledge, Mich., have been sent out. The marriage will, take place in Trinity church, Grand Ledge, on July 1. NERVES ON FIRE The pains of neuralgia are the most agonizing that can be endured. Where neuralgia is accompanied by pallor of the face and lips the cause is generally undernourished nerves due to . thin blood. This can be corrected 'and great relief obtained by building up ths blood as is shown in the case of Mrs. Isabella W. Turner, .of No, ' 5 Shepley Btreet, Portland, Me. , , ; "The pain started in my hip and went up the ppine to my shoulder and neck," she says. "The pains were sharp and shooting," like electric shocks. It seemed as if my nerves' were on fire. When I sat down it would ease the pain nut when I straightened up it would catch me suddenly. "Nothing helped me much until tried Dr. William' Pink Pil la. After the first box. the pain was less severe and began gradually going away. I have gained . in strength and weight, sleep better and am not nervous like I was. I can walk well now and have a better color. The r-lief from the pain in my hip and back is wonder ful and I want the pills to have the ci edit Jor it." . : ' , Your own druggist sells Dr. W. liams' Pink Pills. Trice 60 cent. adv. SERVICE SATISFACTION WILLI AMSTOWN Henry Stevens, with the big Hoyt truck, was in Hardwkk last' week "to get the household goods of Dr.' B. D. George, who is moving to Farmington, N. H. He stayed over with the load one night here, going on the net day. Charles -W. Williams went with him. Warren Wilfore of Barre and Mr. and Mrs. Allie Wilfore and son, Floyd, of thia town were in Northfield Mon- dav to attend the funeral of Grace. fe of D. P. Lefebvre and their daughter, Glenna. of that town, victims of the, accident at West Berlin the preceding Saturday. Much sym pathy in felt for the relative of those who so suddenly met their death. 0. Eugene Ingalls, 8. W. of Sum mit' lodge, No. 104; V. A A. M. was in Burlington laet weeV to attend the ses sions of the grand lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. 'Granger of South Pasadena, Cal., who are in the east for the summer,, spent' yesterday In Barre. where they have many friends and acquaintances. Ray Palmer, for several months past an employe at' the inn, has finished hi engagement and is at , home. Mr.' and Mrs. Ma Seaver of Boston are guests at Carl W. Seaver' s. Wavne Holbrook has returned to his home in Hyde Park after a visit at Prin. Harold P. C'oeby's. Ihere ia to be a ball game between the local team and the Chelsea boys at! tne playground next Saturday at 4 p. m. Leon McAllister of the McAllister Co. was in Burlington with their Inter national truck the 21st, carrying op a load of potatoes and bringing back fruit and tobacco. Mrs. Martha Walei, Mr. M. O. Car- lin, Mi Mattie Robinson, N. B. Robin son, with Howell Seaver as chauffer, went to Concord the first of the week. and Mis Belle D. Robinson, who had been visiting Rev. A. M. Markey and wife, returned with them. (Six members turned out to band meeting last Monday evening. Last call for rehearsal for evening concerts next Monday evening. Let's go. j Albert M. Goodrich drove to Tun- bridge the 21st, to convev to their! home there Mrs. Mark Perkins, da ugh ter. Elizabeth, and sons, Maurice and; art Congregational church, Charles E. Walhh, paator. Services Sunday at 10: 43. Special music bv the . choir. Sermon topic "The Broken Dream of1 the Prophet.". Sunday school at 12.' nion ervices at 7:30 in the Methodist church. Kev. Frank Oldridge will peak.. 1 Itam-eat Fred M illiams , (iranitet if aturday night. (ienta, flOc, ladies bring cake. adv. J TALK OF THE TOWN William Glidden of Highland avenue has left by auto for Plattsburg, N. Y. Egg preserver: Water glass costs lit tle. Saves plenty of eggs for a long time. ' Drown's Drug store. adv. " Mrs. William Reaside of South Main street has returned from Boston, after visiting relatives there for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Dan "McCarthy and Mrs. McCarthy of Waterbury have been visiting friends in town for the last few day. Dance, Bailey hall, Montpelier, on Thursday, June 22, 8:30 to 12:30, by i E Mee MefflmKEtoims ail TMs WeeHs SOOTS SM(fl CAT; It's now time for our final clean-up on all garments. Serge, Suits, Tricotine Suits, and Tweeds Suits, all marked to the lowest prices of the sason. . 4 -'"' " . , ; "J i. . Coats and Capes too, you can buy this this week at a big saving. Just a few of those AM-WoolJersey Tuxedo Suits left at $7.95. THE tJWIOPJ -DRY GOODS COMPANY y - n Montpelier post, No. 3, American Le gion; Carroll's orchestra. -adv. Bankrupt shoe stock, $5,000 worth just arrived, to be sold at great aerifiVe beginning Thursday at Barre Bargain store. Shoes for life, 39c, 50c, 8!)c, 9lc. $2.1!, $3.19 and 3.98 a pair. Buy for the entire family. adv. For Father or Son For Mother or Daughter FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Dr.-T rmes Elixir The True Family Laxative Mothers with their home worries are often irregular at meals have no appetite are often restless at night are tired and are troubled with distressed stomachs need a prompt, . pure," herb laxative, and such is Dr. True's Elixir, the True Family Laxative. Ihe Working man is apt to neglect his health; may eat . too hurriedly and at irregu lar hours. Often this puts the bowels out of order they fail to function prop- erly causing fretfulness," taking1 away the appetite, slowing down the active mind. To relieve these con ditions, have a bottle of Dr. True's Elixir handj'. Use it as others have done during the past 70 years. When the children are out of sight they often eat too many sweets or rich foods. This brings on Qotfstipation in many cases. Watch these symptoms: Constipation, sour stomaih, cramps, eyes heavy and dull, bad breath, restless ness, and biliousness. These are common to both chil dren and grown-ups and call for prompt use of ?. laxa tive. . To properly cleanse and purify the intestinal tract which is essential to good health to ward off and re-, Iieve rontipation and its attending ..evils use the True Family Laxa-. tive. Dr. True' Elixir. 40c--o0j 11.20. Complete July List NOW ON SALE Columbia Records DANCE RECORDS Rmr .Wilw mni H,'t Orrktutra A-3603 Ray Miller and Wis Orchttlra f 7SC Jta Millr and Hit Orckettr ) . il? r..T... lA-aoll Tkl CalumkiamM ( 75 Fx-Trt. Frmuk Wutpkal nd Bit Ttainbo Ortketlra V Frank Wtttpkal and Hu Ratuit OrcMaUra ' dc inv Georgia. Fox-Trot. Btanhtim. Foi-Trot. Wbo Tied tht Csa U Old Oof's Tail Whm ths Volt Flows. Birdit. Fox-Trot. In B!no Bird Land. Fox-Trot. 1 Waat You (rem Jriifs. Fox-Trot RtW Mitier mni Bit Ordumtra, Byteaes. Fox-Trot.' Kniekarbvcktr Orrktttta Under the direuoa ot Eddie EIIubs Poor Little Me. Fox-Trot. Knitkartacktr Orehmtra Under the direction of Eddio EUinx rani Biaae't Ottkaatt SONG HITS AD Orer Nothint At 111. Kindness. - . ' . California. Bweet Indiana Borne. new on Avenue A. Mimma Loves Papa, Doe Fap Lev Mamma. Mr. Callacher and Mr. Shean. be Those Finale Hoppers Start Bopping Around. Maybe Yon Think You're Fooling Baby. Malind Brow. Hiy La. ' Wake Up, Little GirL You're Just Dreaming. Little Grey Sweetheart of Mi. Only Smile. - A'of Btipea b ora Bay A-3610 75c A-3M2 75c 1 A-3S01 , 76e Frank CrumU Frank Cremil Furmes .Vwk F urman &. Soak My Maehree'a Lallaby. Erin, You're Wesna' Wonderful Smile. Von and Sclunck 75c 1A-3013 75c A-3(03 J 75c Marion Rarrit 1 A-3S04 iiarian Born J 750 ' Bart SisUri) A-3904 Skannan Four J 75c Grant Sttpkaiu A-SdOS CkarUi Harmon 75c Aehia Hearted Blue, tratua' Blue. f aoriea Horl 75,. Ltona WilUami and Btt tirit Bendl A-SS2J 75c Leoa WiUiwkm and Bat Dizta Bead i WEBSTERVILLE The readjustment committee of Rob ert F.mmet court, C. O. .. will meet t E. H. KerneyV store Saturdav and uedsy nights. Memhers who hsve not had their rate adjusted should ttend one of these meetings. E. H. Nerney, chairman readjustment committee. The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Vacation Sweaters Tis a wise woman that knoweth enough to equip herself with one or more pretty sweaters for her va cation. Tuxedo or slip-on models of pure ' silk, fibre silk, Shetland", iceland or alpaca yarn in colors that tour the rainbow in solid colors or novelty designs. Also in navy and black. Ask to see the new blouses advertised in Wed nesday's Times to be worn with these sweaters. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. 1 Large "Oath saai f' Ave Maria. OPERA AND CONCERT Tend Mtktmia and UaU Quorum "V,3 i.vu Maryland, My Maryland. (Air free the opera rset) Drink to Me Only With This E ye. Da Dreaaa Ceene Tract At Xveatime. Mattiaata. J net A-woaryta' fer Tea. ' 1 from Jtaaif CermWa PanlU 1 A-d21S Larwa rmalia J fJQ Chorfea Rattan Barhar U aurel 1 A-3AOT Barker Afawel $1.00 ItieeerAa Sfreesian J Bntekm Jmliin 1 A-3(rT aae Jm 91.00 6yeje7 Lav Semg free Tkm Fortmn ToBo. EOeea Ailaama. t Aiat Get' a Beady War V Man. Ye Bear the Lam be A-Cryia '. Wflfrad OUnu I A-3S9S CampitU and Burr I 75c Fiat IHnaarsU aetief Smatrt f 75c The Red Gross Pharmacy DRY WOOD Hardwood'Slabs at $3.50 make an excellent sum mer wood. Limb Wood at. $3.75. Second growth Wood at $4.00 and $4.50. All sizes of' High Grade Coal. " Calder & Richardson Phone 450 Will Surely Help Other. The condition of the human KHr reflectrd hr the condition of the Vid ! ny 4 hiooH. If l.'ie kidnera are it i fonrli"f.in(r prcperlv. '. prM'Kt. nd riofn an -Kit Sr el'rr n:l j Kh'fJm if f ir,. eroln. rh)n nnd if if jfisnta and ir,w Je. i.rr.nr an4 I r!urr-i isfii re riTpplvm nf kid ilwt tmBble. Mr. A Lern". 1 1 "1 Ae.. t1i,n, N" J s ernte: 1 'Foter KB Piu )-ave hr!l Tnr 'i I t'li) T STi'e V"fl prrrp t" t, t' ! trat nrt..'a!. f tVr r;' 'J--eT- ht'.p." Sold terTiere. air. Motor in Comfort With Economy Ride in real comfort in an Overland Four-Door Sedan. 25 miles and upward to the gallon of gasoline and high mileage for oil and tires in common. Triplex Springs give easy-riding qualities unmatched by any other car priced within hundreds of dollars. flJQQC Sedan complete, ipOUO t. o. b. Toledo Roadster, $595 Touring, J595 Coupe, SS50 H. F. Cutler & Son, 13 South Main Street, Tel. 750, Barre. :- I 1 A ' Irifinnn ri I OvrIand'45clan II 1 I unta the frost II I I rrrcr ia buj nil to appif tnan sni nil vr?h oS in the II I l winner cf the hnt II 1 I . e? contcst- n ' TOD tm c. w: I1J U.UljjjpeBPBajBaiij j - " ' " -Never.Saw A Bug" that I tprayed with Pyrox kept rreerr, killed them, without a sign of bl'ght. J ! on them fter usin; rjrox. It ft etiier r mixture I hare eref Ued, and will net ' eaviert ahowere," L. A. LlTTLETELD, ) prize of 3JQ in IMauie potato grow ao The Spra that Add to' Your IVofit'" burs as fist as ther arpeir, aftd rre renta blight and rot. Use it on the founjj plants before bus or tights jet their atart " - thia Pjrro Crop Book. It te!l hem to pro-, crop ;eUt bvfl, VTWTTJ J CliCK. AMTT, J Averill & Co.