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THE BAititii DAILY TiMiiS, liAJtltli, VI.. AlOXDAi', JULi' 17, 1922.
ESTABLISHED'1886, 1 BARRE DAILY TIMES THE ;HOMER':FnTS 0. THE'STORE VH ERE QUALITY COUNTS All This Week You Can Take Advantage of Our July Clean-up Sale The economies are many! The savings are real) The low prices which which prevail during this clearance event, by no means represent the value of the merchandise, to you. AH assortments consist of. quality goods our reg ular stocks. If you haven't got your share of the Bargains it-will pay you to come quickly now. , 35c Romper Cloth J 19c 29c Madras Shirting .', 19c 59c Indian Head Cloth ...... ... ..... 39c i 49c Dress Voiles.. 29c 25c Turkish Towels 19c 59c Turkish Towels ............ V..'.. 39c 21c Bleached Cotton ................ 15c $2.25 Muslin Curtains . . .......... .$1.49 75c Children's Union Suits .......... 49c $1.25 Women's , Night Robes ......... 89c $1.00 Nainsook Undervests . .50c $2.50 Children's Dresses ......... i . .75c $3.00 Children's Dresses .$1.49 $1.75 Ovida Brassieres ........... .$1.00 $1.00 Dress Aprons 79c $6.98 Tub Skirts ...$3.93 $1.25 Voile Blouses . . . . '. ....... '. .' . . 79c $5.98 Silk Blouses $2.98 95c Women's Lisle Hose , .59c 3-9c Women's Cotton Hdse.. 10c 29c Children's Hose ......10c 35c Children's Vests ...............19c Remnants Reduced - . . Here is a length that will make 'a Blouse, there is another that is sufficient for a Skirt or some Dresses for small daughters. There are Voiles, Ginghams, Batistes, Percales, Silks and Wool Materials of varying lengths, and so extremely low priced that every home sewer should lay in a reserve supply. - i'r MONDAY, JULY 17, 1922. The Weather Showers and thunderstorms late to night or Tuesday, except fair on the coast to night; cooler Tuesday after noon in the interior; fresh, south, shift ing to west, winds. TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN Notice, Clan ladies! No meeting will be held until Aug. 1. adv. Used cars for sale: Ford, Studebaker I a motor trip to St. Armand, P.'Q. Howard Reed of Beebe, P. Q., was a week-end visitor in the .city. m Frank Alvord of Northfield passed the week 'end with his sister, Abbie, of this city. , v . W. Ear Dixon . of Calais, Me., i spermine a few days in tins city on business. v ' . ' Charles Bouchard, of Quebec, P. Q. I is passing a lew days in the city on business. A number of the local barbers banded together over the week end and enjoyed GRANITEVILLE Surprising. The salesgirls at the bathing suit counter were all burfy, so the womtin waited and while she waited, watehed the other customers, speculating on what tort of suits they would buy. A pale, drab-colored mother. Accom panied by a pale, drab-colored dau-rhter in her early 20s. were looking in a bored and wearied manner at the suits which the salesgirl placed before them. Black and white, brown and white, pray the salesgirl had looked at the two unobtrusive women and had shown them the quiet suits she thought they must want. Neither of her chowed 'the faintest flicker of interest. Then suddenly the girl's eye caught a knitted suk tunic, aispiayea on form. It was a gaudy affair of red and purple, magenta and cerise, Her lace lighted. 'How much is that one?" she ai-ked. The salesjrirl tried to conceal her sur prise. "That's just a slip," sh sad. "An imported one too." But when she turned to find more suita to show thtm, she moved away from the quiet ores to shelves' which were a veritable n-.'n-bow of color. The first suit she put on the eour.ttr was a flash of colors, orange, wit brilliant striped trimming. rJoma-'cf its flame seemed to reflect in the young woman's face. ' , ,c "O, that's lovely!" she said. 'I love it! Mother, don't you think I should buy that one?" , And the salesgirl's face, as she "fit to have the purchase wrapped, was so bewildered thai the woman grinned in spite of herelf. New York Globe. Home Humor. Hub Some say that in the next world we shall do what we do here. Wife And in ihis world you re smoking constantly. Boston Tran script. Probably a Tightwad. HeWhy did you let me make love to you if it was hopeless? . She I did not know it was hopeles until I'd seen your method of making lore. Boston Transcript. TALK OF THE TOWN S - For plumbing and heating, call James McLeod, 123 Orange street.- Ttl 823-W. dr. Miss Anna Brown returned to this kcity yesterday, after a visit with friends in Burlington. Use our i cream booth for your party and call for Royal Yum Yum spe cial. Red Crosa Pharmacy. adv. Ever try Baker's marshmallow t It make the moat delicious cake filling, icings, dressings, hot chocolate, etc. At your grocer's. adv. Be sure you purchase your season tickets for the chauUuqua. Military band, lectures, light opera, good musio, good times, all are coming In Chautau qua week, July 24-29. adv. and Cadillac touring and Overland road ster. .Palace baragc?, inc. adv. Use our ice cream booth for your party and call for Royal Yum Yum spe cial. Red Cross Pharmacy. adv. - Long distance and general trucking, furniture a specialty. Granite City Bottling Works, Tel. 726-M or 748-W. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll M. Ellis of Cambridge, Mass., are visiting rela tive and friends in this city and West Topsham. , : "bin. A. Miles of Graniteville has ar rived home from Hartford, Conn., where she has been visiting her daughter, Miss Alice Miles. '- Do not fail to hear the famous Fa- dettes Military band, also the Manila quartet in their native songs. Chautau qua week, July 24-29. adv. . . - . John Smith and Joseph Barnet of Ayera . street returned yesterday to their work in Jersey City, after a short visit at their homes in this city. Dance every, Wednesday at Green wood lake pavilion, Woodbury j Rivoli Melody Boys' orchestra from New York City. Good music; good time. adv. Regular meeting of Col. J. B. Mead circle. No. 1, Ladies of the G. A. R., will be held in auxiliary hall, Worthen block, Wednesday, July 19, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Small and two sons of Toronto, Canada, are passing a month at the home of Mrs. bmail s daughter, Mrs. George orne, of 1'rospect avenue. The Red Cross will sell Ice cream and cake and ice cream cones on band concert night Tuesday,. July 18, at the Legfon grounds to raise- money to carry on the Red Cross work in Barre. ' H. P. Hinman and Jamea M. Bout well of the board of control for the granite industries, who have been at tending a meeting of the board in Bos ton, have returned to their homes. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bell and Mr. and Mrs. George Straiton, who have been passing a week's motor tour along the Massachusetts and Maine coasts, have returned to their homes in this city. This is rheumatism weth-r, ami E. A. Drown, the druggist, is having a large sale on Rheuma, the "rne rem edy for this disease sold on a (imran tee of money back if it fail. Sturt uing it to-day. adv. Members of the Barre Golf club who played in Burlington Saturday after noon went down- to defeat by a score of II to fl at the hand of .their Wau- banakee opponents. They expect to turn the tables, however, when the Bur lington team plays here Saturday. Mrs. C L. Howe of Lennosvllle, P. Q., who has been visiting-the family of Use our ice cream booth for your party and call for Royal Yum Yum spe cial. Red Cross Pharmacy. adv. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Boyce and fam ily left yesterday for Mallctt's bay, where they will pass a short vacation Miss Theresa Zaechini of Quiney Mass., who has been passing a week with friends in this city, returned to her home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Movalli and children left to-day for Boston, where they will pass a short vacation with friends and relatives. Arthur Averill of the C. W. Averill company store returned yesterday from Greensboro pond, where ho baa been passing a few days in camp, William Stewart and Francis Du quette of Bellows Falls are passing a few days at the home of Dr. and Mrs J. W. .Stewart of West street. Charles Collins, jr., returned yester day to Albany Business college, after passing several weeks at the home of his parent on Spaulding street Mrs. Clara Page of Jefferson street left yesterday for Dover, N. H., where she will pass a few day at the home of her daughter, Dr. Grace Brown. Purchase your season tickets for the clmutauqua from the first 500, which sell for $2.50 each. After the first 500 are sold, the price goes to $3. adv. ; John McGowan, who ha been pass ing a few davs with friends and rela fives in this city, returned yesterday to his employment in Hartford, Conn. Mario Mclver of Jefferson street re turned yesterday to Hartford, Conn., where he is employed, after passing a few days with friends and relatives in the city, - A party consisting of Mrs. Thomas Walker, Allie Walker and Robert and Thomas Walker, all of Becbe, Quebec, passed the week end in this city while on an auto tour, .'.'. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carroll of this city left yesterday for Hartford, Conn., for a short vacation. Mr. Carroll will resume his duties with the orchestra the latter part of the week. There will be a lawn party under the auspices of Williamstown grange Tues day evening,Ju!y 18, at the home of Charles1 Blanrhard. lee cream and cake for sale. Everybody invited. adv. Saturday was a day of, heat. It was hot outdoors. , J t waa also hot indoors but more especially in two chimneys So hot in fact, that firemen were called first, at 12.-30 to the home of Mary Bosworth, 65 Merchant street,', then after their return to the station, to the home of Alex!. Mackie, 3." Beacon street No damage resulted in either instance. Mi Me Penelope Gall and Ena Adie Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Howard, who died last Thursday, were helil at St. Sylvester s church on hat- urday morning. The bearers- were An drew "Miles, John Finnegan, Owney Modi'1, John Reason, Peter Duquette and John Boyce, Interment was made in St. Monica's cemetery in Barre. Those from out of town for tha funer al were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Murphy, Edward Hyhes, Mrs. William Whelan and Mrs. John Whelan, all ot Boston. The following is a list of those who gave spiritual bouquets, Mrs. John Whclan Mrs. William Whelan, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Hoffman and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Murphy, Pe ter Murph v. Marcaret Murphy, Vin cent Murphy, Acmes Mary McCue, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Finnigan, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fitapatrick. Mr. and Mrs. A. J Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Donahue, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Letourneau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiaa Jdurpny ana family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miles, Mr., and Mrs.. Owney McCue, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kehoe and family, Mrs. Carrie Sheridan and family, L. A., O. O. H, John Sheridan, Michael Miles, Bridget Alice Miller, Mrs. Anna Cary, Helen and Agnes Carey, Mrs. W. M. Alexan der. Mrs. Ros well Miles, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pierce and family, Thomas I'lynn and Patrick Sheehan. . ; EflecMe Power is the cleanest, safest and most convenient power in use to day. Your wires are the arteries of your power system. Poor installation of wiring will never give dependable , service and often spoil the best of machinery. Have your wiring done right by Barre Electric Co. TeL 98 Monfpelier Electric Co. TeL 28 "FOR YOUR ELECTRIC WANTS" 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 Straw Hats at One-Half Price Owing to the unseasonable weather wc have too many Straw Hats on hand. Your choice 'for'a few days at one-h?lf the original retail price. sThe; Frank McWhorter Co. Applied Psychology. James Thornherry Pill, PhD., pro feasor of psychology, entered the wait' ing room at the railway station an looked about for a seat. The room was crowded and there was not a va cant one in sight. ' The train had been due more than an hour. The passengers were imp tient, waiting tensely for the slightest sign of the belated train. Prof. Pill set down his traveling bag near the door and went up to iao? in formation window. "In 30 minutes." the automaton tie hind the glass said. The profeseor. then bought a paper, cast his eves once more about tr. room in a vain effort to locate a seat and strolled dejectedly out upon tl.e platform. numpn, ne murmured, "got a pa per and no place to read it. Suddenly a happy thought stnk him. The man of theory was the n.jn of action. TT- , 1 . , . , ,. ne rusnea oacx into me ai !ilg room, snatched up his traveling bag ana oursi precipitately out on the plat lorm again. i ne eneci waa electric. There wes a mighty scramble for suitcases aid grips and the expectant pasenjf?.- ri oasnea ouisiae. as soon as the r.om w emptied, James Thornberrr 1'iU, mi, walked ralraly back, seljct'd suitable seat directly undT the Sight, where he waa soon buried in his re ning paper. Heroes and Heroines. For rears we bare been nearrhine I high and low for that hero of the movie who appear alwavs at the rich moment nad hoistst the villain The other day we found him selling oriiars in a snirt siore. We have wanted to meet the villain fare to face that black scoundrel of I, the plains, sinful, profane, death-defr. j ing. . We found him the other dav. too. rmrrving out araa aisne in a restau rant. And the lovely girl, the creature of emotion and eyelashes, the dream of our summer, who is always titling easily in a magnificent couch cTisir, nunc tea iron) an ornequiou butler we lonnd her, too. She was selling tickets through the window as we rme out from the show. Richmond , Times Dispatch. Farmer's Lot. , t Pre. 3. IT. Kimhie of the Farmers national rnngma, aid: "The fanner ean't help envrins; the unma man with his short bourt and high wspe. "A uama man. while striking fnr a 34-hmir wek. itM his cousin, a farrrwr in the country. "The striking nninn man eaid ere day over his pumpkin pie at dinner: ""Well, there's one thing yon tarm "" be thankful fT nhnw. Ororg. The death rate is ewsiW ia the rwoiitry than in the towns.' "Ye" mmI Frmr Gnrti 'iy',V tt nave t rn a farm d-.n't rit ao i t.ice to die,"" Petro.t Free Ftm. Harry D. Graves of Washington street,! of this city returned yesterday from lett lor nome to-aay, accompanied oy urand Ledge, Mich., where they attend Mr. and Mr. Graves and ton, the for- ,j the weddinar of Goortre Adie. a broth mer taking a two week' vacation from tr of Miss Adie. After leaving Grand hit duties at the Bennett garage, rrora Ledge they visited la Chicago and Lon Lennoxville the Graves family will mo tor to Fitchburg, Mass., to spend the remainder of the time with relatives of Mr. Grave. ' Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Roberts, Mr.1 and Mrs. C. W. Averill and Mr. K. 8. Lov and son, Kendall, left this morning by automobile for an outing at Crescent beach, Owl's Head, Me. They were joined at South Ryegate by Mr. and Mr. Alc. Beaton and daughter. Ac companying the party was Mis Ethel R. Wise of Colorado, a sister of Mrs. Robert, who will visit relatives in Lincolnville, Me. Mr. Love will leave for the tame camp next week. An enjoyable time wa held bv the Odd Ladies at their regular meeting in K. of P. hall Friday evening. The fol lowing officer were installed by the district deputy, Nellie Suitor, of Vic tor lodge, Graniteville: P. X. G.. Eliza beth Sargent; X. G., Julia Roberts i V. (i., Bessie Cardi; P. S., Elisabeth Steph ens; E. .. Elsie Innis; treasurer, Maria Mitchell; chaplain, Christina Leslie; warden, Mary Miro; conductor, Linda Craig, L G-, Florence-Veale; O. (1., Ida Emerson; R. S. to X. G.. Eva Gamble; L. 8. to X. G., Annsbella Milne; R S. to V. G-, Margaret Carle; I S. to V. G., Catherine Knox; pianist, Catherine Ppence. Following the in stallation, a social hour was enjoyed. Short speeches bv the visiting mem bers were much appreciated. Refresh ment of ice cream and rake were served by the amusement commitee. While a Barre man, with hi wife, was motoring to Morrisville late Fri day night he was, he firmly believes, the intended victim of a hold-up at a point between the three-mile bridge and the ramp on top of the ledge a short distance west of Montpclier. The automobile was moving along at a fair rate of speed when a noiee like the dis charge of a weapon or the blowing out of a tire was heard. Xot knowing whether a blowout had occurred, the motorist slowed down somewhat and just then hi light "picked up" the figure of a man etanding in the middle of the road and waving hi arm. Hav- ng recently read in The Time about road hold-up, the motorist at once suspected something of the same na- ur and so "stepped on the sr ." See ing the ear waa Dot going to stop, the man jumped out of the road and mad no further effort at mo!e-tatin. shout - ng. however, at the automobile went pest: "You've broken a tire." The Barre man knew he wa not ndin on hi rim just then and he concluded don, Ontario. Mis Adie resume work to-day at the William' Milne Granite company and Miss Gall resumes her du ties at the Specialty ;hop. Complaints are coming from people in the vicinity of Franklin and Elm street who have been in the habit of using the mailbox, formerly situated on the corner of Franklin and Summer street. This box was smashed up some time ago when the auto of Fred Town tend ran into it in an effort to es cape a collision with another car com ing down Summer street and has never been replaced. Resident of that local ity think that it Is about time the postal authorities took some action on the matter. The Barre American Legion baseball team met defeat at Jeffersonville Sat urday by the Jeffersonville town team 9Y a score of 3 to 1. Batteries: Amen can Legion, W'illey and Avery; Jeffer sonville, Willard and Webster, l ester day at Richmond, the American Le gion team defeated the Richmond A. A by a score of S to 4. this hoing Rich mond's first defeat t hi. year. The Rich mond team scored two in the first in ning, one in the teeond, these being scored on two hits and two errors, and their last run came in the fourth in ning. The AmerirantLegion team scored one in the fourth and sixth and throe in the' lucky seventh. Giacherio, first man up in the seventh, struck out, Polli drew a free pas. Colombo, next man up, got on with a single.. Comolli, the next man. drove out a nice three-bagger, scoring Polli and Colombo. Wilson, next man, drove a grounder to second, scoring Comolli. Dobb ended the in niag by a putout at first. The feature of the game was the pitching of W'il ley, this being his third game pitched last week, and the three-base hit of Comolli. It was the longest hit ever seen in Richmond. Batteries: Legion, Willey and Comolli; Richmond, Lauder band and Berry. WATERBURY L. L. Lara way is quite ill at his home on Main street. liss Ruth Graves, who graduated at Simmons college thi yer, has ac cepted a very fine position in the Liberty high echool. Bethlehem. P., in the home economic ee-tion. Mis Grave has only the teaching of sew. ing and textiles, the work in which she specialized in college. Word was received veterdsv of the hat it wm better to rrut afe distance death the rreoeding night .of Albert the between himself and the road tmngv-r I six yer-old ton of Scott and Ruth , before fnwratintimr. Therefor, he rod I (Haydenl SIyton of Bolton. The lit-' on for half . mile and tbon stopped to I tie fellow has been at the Fannv Allen look ever W tire He found nothing I hospital, or tome time and had a sec- wrong wnth them. He is also eoarmoed 1 ond opertion. He is the eldest greet The annual nicnic-of the Presbyter ian Sundav school was held in' Shep- ard'a grove, Graniteville, Wednesday, July 12. There were nearly 200 present and all appeared to be having agood time. At about 6 o'clock everyone sat down to a basket aupper. Icee ream wa served to all. The outcome of the race waa as follow; Girl five to seven Irene Nutbrown, first, Isabel MacLeod, second, Vera MacLeod, third. Bovs five to seven Robert Suitor, flrstDonald MacAskill, second, Augus Murray, third. Girls seven to nine Lois Morrison, first, ' Ethel Farquhar- son, second, Jessie . Stott, third. Boys seven- to nine Kusscl Murray first, Richard Dalgleish, second, Glendon McKee, third. Girls nine to twelve Margaret CampUell, fifst Marjorie Guy, second, Catherine Mac Leod, third. Boys nine to twelve Howard MacLeod, first, V. Tbygesen, second, Harold Thygesen. third. Boys 12 to 14 Gordon Macivmnon, nrt, Xewell . McKeag, second, Haword Mae-j Leod. third. Girls 14 to 117 Margaret MacPonald, first, EfTie Murray, second, Freda Belville, third. Old maids' race Bessie Morrison, first, Margaret, Murray,' second. Mildred Mackenzie .bird. Thnre-ieggea race wiiuam MacLeod and V. Thygesen, first ; How ard MacLeod and H. 1L Thygesen, sec ond; Gordon MacKinnon- and Xewell McKeag, third. Married women' race Mrs. Albert Suitor, first, Mrs. John Coxon, second. Mrs. Norman Muiray, third. . The picnic was a very success ful affairs, thanks to the effort of the committee in charge. Mr. Andrew Mile returned from Hartford. Conn., on Friday, where she ha been visiting Tier daughter, Miss Alice Miles. Mi Margaret Murphy left for Bur lington this morning to enroll a a student at U. V, M. summer school, j i ' Mr. and Mrs. Thilip Murphy. Ed- j ward Hynes, Mrs.' John Whelan and Mr. William Whelan returned to their homes Sunday, having been called here bv the death of Mr. Catherine How ard. Mr. and Mr. Ed. Suitor of St. Johnsbury visited friend in town the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mr. John Reilley of Springfield spent the week end with relative.- Murdo Maclver returned from Hart ford, Conn., Saturday, having visited relative there for veral day. His . t i j son, Lieslie Alaciver, wno is empioyca in that city,, accompanied Mr. Mac lver and will spend two weeks at his home here. , Mr. Charlotte Frenier, who It at tending TJ. V. M. summer school, spent the week end here with her ton, Wen dell. - , Union Dry Goods Co. Service Satisfaction For the Best Two Weeks he the Year Vacationing in tRs country? Here's thW ideal garment. Suits every activity of coun-, try life. Going camping? The Two-in-One is splendid. for the work and. play of. camp life. Or .perhaps, this year it's a walking tour. Light en the pack you'll have to carry. Wear a Two-in-One. And tuck in a couple. They will provide fre quent changes. They look smart and wear sturdi ly. The Two-in-One is very smart for seashore va cations. Easily and quickly adjusted for tennis, golf, horse-back riding, and all seaside recreations. It's the original Paul Jones, made by the origina tors of Middies for women. Made of the finest ma terials and all colors are guaranteed sold jn Barre only at this store. .Vv' ' ' "'.' '.. . " Union Dry Goods Company I iit mtoo rmM The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Toesday , An important reduction sale of Women's Silk and Wool Skirts for travel, sports or daily wear. S.OO Skirts That Were-$12.75 and $15.00, PIeated and Straightline Models. Worsted Checked Skirts. N Sports Color Wool Skirts. Navy and Black Serges. :j Country Club Sports Satin. , '.; Novelty Silk Crepe. Washable Fan-ta-si. Just received another invoice of Hats, in White, Black.and White and colors. The Mrs; Shepard Co., Inc. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all those who in any way assisted us during the sick ness and death of our loved one. Peter Murphy and- family. Felinitie. -Manr a damsel i a kitten with mei and a cat with her own sex. If a woman smells a rat she sets r trap for her husband. JJotton Transcript, Driven to It. .In.Mpe How could vou be o con scienceless as to steal th watch of the doctor who . had just prescribed for vou t Prisoner Well, yer honor, I was ir bloomin" fix. Yer see, his prescrip tion read "a spoonful everv hour." an" I had no timepiece. Boston Transcript. Those Dear Girls. Miss Homeleigh (telling about ante accident I The doctor had to take four stitches in my face. Mi I'ert inat what mipht l called plain sewing, eh, dear! Boston Transcript. Don -t Advertise Unless ! that th noiee heard hut before he ransht 'cM of the maa in. the road a not due to a backfire of tbc enrine. He did wot ee aay weapon la the hand he nn hi the road but he ie prvttv til atified tht a hold -up in- enW. having the theory that the mn n the rJ inrea-il t hah the car and tbn tuinrana confident for the nV bery. grandchild of Mr. and Mr. Martia V B. Havden of Duiburv and the svmpathy of all i evteadrd to the large group or relative. sir. ana .vs. i. it. nasKin rerentivi enjnrrH a rapid trip to the top of Mt. i MantnVId nk their sod, Goio Haskint bo tok them in hi car, Heine gon ' fn heme only (oar and ore half bnur. There's patience and purity in good baking. . CITY BAKERY V MA 1 TRDF d H I II I llll I II you are absolutely, on the level witR your customers :, N Unless your goods are so exceL lent that everyone who buys them v once will want them again. ' . " Unless there is real need f ox wHat' . you make ucl 'i. Unless you appreciate th'atit takes a long time and costs a lot of money to educate one hundred million peo ple to associate your trade mark with a v definite standard of quality .. Unlessyour business is built oivthe firm foundation of economical pro duction and sound finance. s PuMiahed by tkt Barrt Dally Timet, ia co-operttio wrtk The America a Assoc iatiea of Advertieiaf Aje-ciet . i Winchester Special for July A First Quality Screw Driver lO Cents Now On Sale C. W. Averill & Co.