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SLIGHT RAISE IN FOOD COST In Eighteen Out of 22 Rep resentative Cities May 15 to June 15 BRIDGEPORT, CONN., WAS HIGHEST! But the Cost, Was Less! Than It Was a Year 1 Ago . , HartSchatifner Vciothes L " Make Your Own Blueing and Save Money It's both easy and economical to make youir own blueing with Lace Indigo Blue. You don't have to buy bothersome bottles of blue water. This extravagance is" ended. ' . . Draw a quart ocold or hot water from your own faucet. Let one Stick of Lace Indigo Blue dissolve in it. That's all I In a jiffy, you have a quart of the finest, strongest blueing you could want. Lace Indigo Blue is considered a. washday necessity by thrifty ' housewives. The sunlight blue it whitens and brightens the most soiled ' and ' stained clothes. It makes linens and white goods glisten and shimmer. Takes out spots tints clothes-brightens their color. Uce In(jigo Blue whitens white enamel, whitewash, kalsomine white shoes even white hair. Makes cut-glass scintillate, window-glass invisible. Y)u makc thg acquaintance of Lace Indigo BKie too soon to suit you. Buy a stick from your grocer today. At Your Qroarr's 10c. Washinfjton, D. C, July 7. A alight increase in the retail eost price of food product. in eighteen out' of 22 repre tentative cities of the country occurred from May 15 to, June 15, according to a statement by ' the department of labor. ' . , ' Bridgeport noted an increase of two per cent j , Fall River and New Haven one per centj Portland, Maine, Man. cheater, N. H., and Providence less than five-tenths of one per cent. ' For the period of June 15, 1921, to June 15, 1922, nineteen of the twenty two cities showed a decrease. MAYF0&TH graduate MANAGER ! Cdmpressed. ticB Cueing diamond, McDonnell & co., Philadelphia Of Atkletica at Ae Unirersity of Ver mont Engle Out at Coach. Burlinjrton, July 7. Harold A. Mar forth, University of Vermont, 1915, now of Sprinijfield, Mass., has accepted the position of graduate manager of athletics at the University oi ermont, succeeding A. Clyde Kngle, who has resigned from that offk "and that of baseball coach, ftiaytortn was prom inent in- athletics during - his college course and was catcher on the base ball team. . The office of baseball coach will not be filled before fall. If EST TOPS1IAM 214 TOPSHAM Mrs. Bohonon of Lowell. Maes.,-is visiting at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Rose Andros. . ' Miss Minnie Lang and Miss 'Joseph ine Welch of Groton were at 34j C Lang's Tuesday night. . . ,-',f',i Mr. and Mrs. J. fi. Smith and o;is Fred and Leonard, and little grand daughter, Blanclie Felch, were in W ells River and Woodsville last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Hood and friends, Mr. and Mrs., Bixby, of .Montpelier, were visitors at XeUie Dickey's Sun dav. Mrs. Ann .McAllister of Xewbury is visiting at. the home of Mrs. Jen nie 'Hall. "' -!: Mrs. Lulu Page of Wells River is at tb home of her father, R. ;. Page. Mr. and -Mrs. Harry Ma goon have gone to Fairies, where they expect t have employment. - Jack O'Brien of Bradford is stop ping at the home of E. M. Hood. Mr. and Mrs. FJlie Pillsbnry and son, Elmer, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thurs ton of Lebanon were recent visitors at the home of'.?. C.Lang. v .Pearl Beckley started taking cetm with an auto toick for the south Hve gate Creamery Co. TuesdaT. . - Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White went on Mondav to Newport to attend the wed ding" of Mrs. White' neptiewv "Edwht Miller, to Miss Hattie Fias. Mr. Miller and bride brought Mr. and Mrs. Whit home on their way to Massachusetts. Helen, youngest daughter of J. D. Miller, fell in the barn Monday. Dr. Darling was called to attend her case Had Your Iron Today? That Luscious Raisin Toast! ANEW delicious breakfast bread. Full-fruited raisin toast I A new delight for the entire family. Made with big, plump, tender, seeded raisins Sun Maid brand. The raisin flavor permeates each ilice. You can get such bread from any grocer or bale ahtvp , if you insist No need to bake at home. Once try it and joull always have this kind. Voull serv e it at least twice week. Fine food for business men and children due to the meriting nutriment and the iron of thii famous, health ful fruit - Make dainty bread pudding with left-over slices. No need to waste a crumb. Order now for tomorrow's breakfait But be sure to say you want "one of those full-fruilei raisin loaves." SUN-MAID Seeded RAISINS Mike delicious bread, pies, puddings, cakes, etc Ai your grocer for them. Send for free book of tested recipes. Sun-M:! Raisin Grower UemteriHtl3J)00 Deft, n tihi, ft'in CL John O'Meara and Mrs. Mary Maohii Married July J. Monday, July 3, there was a quiet wedding at tit. Sylvester's church in Oraniterille, when" John O'Meara find Mrs. Mary.Machia, both well-known AVest Topsham people, who have re sided here a long time, were united in marriage. ' The couple were attended by Mr," and Mrs. Frank Machia of Or ange Center. The bride was Vcora ingly dressed in handsome embroid ered blue taffeta. The matron -of hon or wore embroidered brown taffeta. In the evening there was a recep tion at the town hall, where nearly everyone came to congratulate the happy couple. Mr. O'Meara furnished a treat of ire cream ana also cigars. Dancing was enjoyed nntil a late hour, Mr. and ..Mrs. O.Meara will be away in Xorthfleld and other places a few day, and then expect to return here to reside. Well .Dressed Men don't spend much for clothes GOOD business men buy good clothes. They get so much wear out of them that they actually pay less for clothes year in and year out than men who think they can't afford good stuff. We,ll save money for you with Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Moore .& Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 N. Main St., Tel.-275-M Mm k iearborn, wno is in her 9.vih year, recently made a trip from Bellows . Fall to this village. Teopl who knew "Aunt Rate" in by irons days will be glad to know she is to spend a part of the summer here. She is at the home of ber nephew, C. H. McCrillis. Mrs. Julia .Newton, whohas Wen making a 10 days' visit at the home of ber grandson, Eugene Fellows of Burlington, returned home Sunday in pis new Chevrolet ear. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Robinson of Barre have been spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony talcagni. . Mr, and Mrs. Charles Jenkins, Eva Jenkins and Fred Williams motored Sunday from their home in Meredith N H., and were truest s over the Fourth of Daniel Cilley and Mr. and Mrs. Fre mont v eleh. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Whitman and Mr. and Mrs. Cilibs of Queche were also at Daniel Cilley'a Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. hrwin Batten of Sum- erville, Ma., are visiting relative in town. Mrt and Mrs. George York nr.i (urn Hy of orin Lnvoerlani, ., H., were guets few days at he nom.1 f Mr. and Mrs. Lwrenc O'Meara and at tended the wedding of Mrs. VorV fa ther, John O'Meara, - AMERICAN LEAGUE. Xew Yfrk 10, Cleveland vl (flrt gsme-i, Xew York 11, Cleveland 3 (see ond game I. Chicago 9, Fhiladelphia 5. St. Louis at Boston, rain. American League Standing. Won Loft St. Louis 4.1 New York 4 Chicago , 3H Detroit 3S Washington 3.1 Cleveland 34 Boston 32 Philadelphia 2 30 31 37 37 41 41 42 Pet. .600 ..1H2 S35 ..107 .4rt .Hi AM .400 RATIONAL LEAGUE. . ft. Lotiis 14. Brooklyn 2. Xew York (I, Pitumirg 3.' National League Standing. Won J-on Xew York 4.1 24 St. liiii 41 .1-2 Brooklyn 40 34 Chicago 3 SH Cincinnati 3rt . -1H Pttwhnrg 34 39 Philadelphia 2rt " 41 Boston 2 43 Pet. .12 .573 "41 ..Vs .7 .41 Mi .377 ORAIS'GE Orange Congregational chnreh ReT. Amos J. Lord, pastor. Morning wor ship at IT o'clock; with sermon by the pastor. Subject, "Choose ye this doy whom ye will serve." This is "Every body -Oo-ta-Chttrch' Sunday and we are "looking for a large rowd. Nuv. nirs will be given away. Talk to the children, riunday school at 1'2 o'clock i topic, "Daniel Interpreting Xebuchad nenar's Dream." "Hunday hours, 24 For sleep 8, for cnurcn 1, at one's own disposal 1.1. If religion gave you the entire Lord's day, .what is one hour that, you should begrudge it to reli gion? A man wnen ne is ieaa win ask the pastor to hold a whole service yiint for him. Yet the same man, while he is alive, will ignore several thou sand perfectly good services that oth; era would be lad to share with him." Kveryone Is gladly welcomed to this service. , Biliousness Lowers your spirit, dulla your brain, rausea constipation, aiuc headache, and makes you feel mis erable. Clean tip your liver; take Hood's Pills Mrt bf C. L Hood C... L!t. M Sensible, Thinking Wotrea An li.ncef doubt the efficacy of thst I oM-fashfened root and herb medicine, ILydia E. Pink ban's Vegetable Com pound. braue it relieves the ailments to which they are afflicted. In a!mos: every neighborhood there are living witnees of its wonderful effects. ! Therefore, if rou doubt it ralue or power to help yon ask your neigh In titae times out of tea she has bred beoeffW l.r it e or knows somens !ho b. It 21 par you t iht tks I root and fcerb medicine a trial. adv. HARD PIM ALL OVER 1ES ACE Itched and Burned. Lost Sleep. Cuticura Heais. "I had pimple and blackhead au ever my face. The pinwle were bard and quit Urge, and tbe Itching and burning wer. so severe that I could not help acratching tnem. i was very reatleaa and lost many nights' siccp. "1 triad different rem ediea without suecesa. See in r an adverttaemeiit for Cuticura Soap and Ointment I sent for a fret sa tenia which I used with succcaa. 1 but. chased mora and after using three cake of Soap and two boxes of Oint ment I waa healed." (Signed) Mia Sadie Dolce, 363 Admiral St., Prov idence, R. I., Aug. 11, 1931. Use Cuticura for all toilet purpose. . Cl I Siltall S" Snr. Swhi.OkaMtaH.lk t.i , r "if J?0o0jj)i' jiwr mi fii' r f R n v i vi Chronicler of the Neglected Trntti The Ford International Weekly TELE PEAKlBdDKM A Searchlight Discussing Frankly and V ' ' Fearlessly the Vital Problems Facing America r v A Ford ProductRead It Regularly 52 Issues 01.50 Leave your subscriptions with PERRY AUTOMOBILE C0H 325 North Main St Barre, Tel. 800 . ES'i Stale SU Montpelier, Vt, Tel. 72-TV A Year Safe INSIST ! ! on GRA.l TEVILLE The annus! py-ek" f tke rYe-r. ris U!ST e-hTtl l! he hr'.i t tV 5ijrd firm e4nes4,f, Jvlr II. y Quick -Sooting PISTON RINSS When overhauling your car. All sizes In stock. H. G. 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