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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922.
; WOODBURY Mr. and Mr. C. A. Thomas and two , ; daughter, who have been in Chelsea, for the past six weeks, were at home , Sunday and Monday, . ' . Harriet Week visited her mother, Mr. Dora, Weeks, in Marshfleld Sat urday. ( :. Mrs. Oertrude Wells'' of Cabot is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Thomas. Several from this place motored to Fort Ethan Allen Sunday. Ila Jones returned Saturday to her home in East Barre, after a week's . ttay with Mrs. Mary Webber and fam- '.: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dana of IVlont peJier were, Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baldwin. Mr. and Mra. Dexter Lockwood .re turned the ' last of the week from Hampton beach, where they have had, employment. ., ' Wendell Webber was a business visi tor in Barre Saturday. " 1 Miss -Barton of Fayston is ax visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parker, Mrs. Omar Buzell of Brattleboro is a guest of her -parents, Mr.; and Mrs. W. B. Thomas. :. , Mrs., Kate- Dana returned Saturday to her home in -Naslula, N. H., after a few davs' visit with her parents, J Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Peck. "Mr. and Mra. W, B. Thomas visited la Chelsea the first of the week. 1 Mrs. Julia Baldwia and ' daughter, Jettie, of Brattleboro are guests of her parent Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Thomas. Mrs. Amber Moore was a business visitor in St. Johnsbury Thursday. Orini Moore was an over-Sunday viskor rf relatives in Mohtpelier. Mrs.' Victor ' Good was a guest Wednesday of her mother, Mrs. Dailey,H in South (Woodbury. , ... Cuticnra Beautifies Skin Hair and Hands Make CuUcura Soap, Ointment and Talcum your every-day toilet prepa rations and watch your akin, hair and banda Improve. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to aoothe amd heal and the Talcum to powder and perfume. ' awilukrnt1irlla. UdrK"illmlil MMttm, D,. Ut, 1UI4m 41 JUM." Sold iTirf. whr. Sopflie. OintmraCX od toe. TaJetunKc a. aCuneuf 5on mitm without m. MARSHFIELD ORANGE Orange Congregational Church Rev. Amos J. Lord, pastor. Morning wor ship at 11 o'clock, with a sermon by the pastor; subject, "A Disciple of Christ." Talk to the children; topic, "The Automobile." Miss Doris (Sale .'will sing a solo during the service, Sunday school at 12 o'clock, with classes for all. The interest in the contest is growing each Sunday, and we are gUtd to see it. -Mev. John A. Holmes says: "Statistic kept by pas tors show that more people are iil on Sunday than the total lor the, other six days." ' AH are invited to some and worship with us. ' Mrs. H. G. Carpenter .and son, Clif ton, went last yeek to Brunswick, Me.', to visit her , son, Dr, : Edward Ward. They- were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shontell of .Moretown. Mr. and i Mra. . Robert Ward of St. Johnsbury were the guests of Miss A. L. Burnham toe first of the week. Paul Pitkin of Mclndoes is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, 0. C. Pit kin.. .'- , ;''.. v,''. Miss Doris Phelps returned last week' from the Mary Fletcher hospital at Burlington,, where she had an opera tion for appendicitis. , Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Prouty and) daughter, Helen, are spending a tew weeks vacation in 'Massachusetts. T. K. Oould of East Hardwick is visiting hi sister, Mrs, E. L. Burn-hm.-- M. B. Morse and family spent a few days in camp at Peacham poryt recently. . ' - . Ed Xute of Boston arrived Monday to spend a couple of weeks with his brother, L. D. Nute. WEST FA1RLEE CENTER First FriMs Awarded at Last' Week's . " Fair. First prizes awarded at the West Fairlee Center fair last , week were as follows: Fat oxen, Fred Turner; work ing oxen, George ' W. vCook ;, (hree-year-old steers, A. H. South worth; span of horses Rust Blake; four-year-old colt, Alvah Hatch; pigs, J. W. Munn; sheep, A. L. Hatch: two-year-old heifer, A. L. Hatch;' yearling heifer, William' Cor liss; caives, Myrtle, Buss; yearling steers, Harlan 'Godfrey i Jersey cow, . Waldo Munn; steer calves, Fred Cook; bulls, Gordon Blake; "cocks, Rlfode Is land reds, Mrs. H.' K. Chamberlain; leghorn chicken.' W. H. Orr; Jersey black chickens, Mnry W. Ball; fowls, Mrs. H. F. Chamberlain; striped an rona chickens, Olive Chemberlain; Guinea pigs, Walter Smith; Rhode Is land red chickens, Hollis Sargent; veg etables, Milo Corliss; maple sugar, J. W. Munn ; eorn, Milo' Corliss ; oats, Vershire grange; "potatoes, Milo Cor?' hm: children s vegetables, Kuth Kuss; all-wool quilt, Mrs. Inez Conant; cro chet work, Mrs,. Titus; tatting, Mrs Liese; white embroidery, Mrs. I'la Orr; colored embroidery, Mrs. Ethel Lewis; braided rug, Mrs. Llaye; canned goods, Mrs. Harding; needlework, Mrs. r. W. Brown; camisole, Mrs. B. M. Ball; an clique lace, Mrs.' Rislev; children's woodwork, Kinsley Sargent. Where Do You Bank? "My father and I bank there," said a boy indicating our bank building with a nod of his head as he and a friend passed by. " j The hoy may have been fifteen but he had learned one thing that many men and women learn only through bitter experience and some 6f them not at all. He had' learned the value of a bank account. ... . . .;. ; . Many people are teaching their chil dren the importance of saving money by opening "sayings accounts for them in our savings department, and then encouraging the regirtar saving . of citihII amounts. . ! In many instances we have on our books the names ofrcpresentativea of three generations a good testimony to the value of saving and of the' re EAST HARDWICK The Study club will meet- with Mrs. Mcrhilomy - on Tuesday afternoon, Sept 5th. ... ''' , All roafis lead to Hardwick this week as the Chautauqua is held there. Mrs. Ha'ttie Cote spent Wednesday in Danville with her husband J. , A. Cote. , :- . Miss Elsie Walliridge of Cabot " has been visiting at the home of her aunt, Mr. 8. A.' Philluook. Mis Helen Russell returned Tues-' day from a week spent in Burling ton and St Albans, with friends. Madge Stevens is at the Jennings camp. . . Dr. and Mra. Partington are in camp at Grot on pond for a few days and will ard in which The Montpelier Savings ' retl,tn ,0 C H. Stevens', Saturday, Bank an Trust Company of Montpel-1 Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Montgomery and ier, Vermont, ia held. , - Rev. and Mis. J. Goodrich and Mrs. will return to their home in Springfield, Sunday, after two weeks spent with her sister, Mrs. K. G. Smith. - Mrs. Mary )imick is helping at Mrs. Bugbee's. -Mrs.Adedia Eld'ridge has a sister visiting her from Springfield, Mass. Mrs. C. King1 and Mr. and Mrs.'L. D. Magoon were in Lyndon Sunday. , 'Dr.' Harvey and'family, Dr, Harring ton .and family, G. H. Allbee and fam ily were at Dr. Harvey's cottage at Joe's pond Sunday. Mrs. Deborah Fay does not seem to be as well.. . . . R. P. Walbridge and family of Cabot were at S. A. Philbrook's Tuesday. Mrs. Hasclton s gaining slowly; She has been ill several weeks. C. H. Stevens has completed hi work for John Edwards. ; . , SaJe 7nilkte iriFANTS invalids ' ', T '' ASK FOR rr-r Horli eft's Substitutes for Infante, tavafids and Orowini ChOdrett I Rich milk, matted arala extract ia Powder The Original Food -Drink For All Agee No Cookinf NourUhinf Dirtibl c ' The local ba,nd played at the church service Aug. 18. Rev. Arthur II. Sargent conducted the Sunday morning service at Camp Passumpsic Aug. 13. .. Dan Jensen returned from the hospi tal Aug. 0. 1 Mrs. Edwin Tenniman of Providence, R, I., is staying at the home of F. G. Cook for a few weeks. EAST CALAIS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ralston of Con cord visited) Mrs. F. E. Marsh, Mrs (Ralston's auijt, the first of the week I Ashley and Gordon Wing were Barre on Monday, If your boy or girl does not now have .'wjt.j Wednesday. an account nera wny not open one rtiowT Then see that as small safinsrs accumulate they are deposited so that they will earn interest. 1 Keith were at Levi Goodrich's in Hard- EAST CORINTH TO-DAY ONLY " . V yTHE 4 HEART IMPECIALISTj Mrs. Charles Wilbur fell on Monday and received serious injury. She was taken to Barre City hospital for an -ray. . . . - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marsh enter tuinaft lr mnti fr Plinv TiLa' t9 Mr. ana Mrs. lvan larpemer ano' if..iinr a.. liw nf T two aaugniers leit euiraay lor .orrn- X. H., and Mrs. Gertrude Knapp . .!,... t r J- The union jervice will be held at the M. E. church next Sunday. It is ex pected that the choir will be assisted by Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Constable of Durham, N. C. ; Mrs. Etta Shepard of Massachusetts visited friends in twon recently. Shown at 2:50, 7:25, 9:10 , - Alio' WHITE EAGLE -t Shown at 2:30, 7, 8:45. . And The Latest Kewi Weekly. " Shown at 2:18, 6:43, 8:3.5 TO-MORROW SCLDEVE3YWHEES - . 0tO.U.S.PAT.QfH , DAtXIHG Full atrenrth until uaed. The apecial proceaa of manufacture la the reason. You useless SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Beek Steak, per lb. 29c "Dr. Corson of Marsh field was in town Monday to attend Mr. Charles Wilbur. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Benjamin were in Xorth Montpelier the first of thp week. Mrs. Laura Fair and son, 'Stanley, are visiting at C. A. Wings. Elmer Cellev was a business visitor in Barr on Monday Mr. and Mrs, E. E. Brown and daugh ter, Ruth, have gone on an automobile trip through Kew Hampshire. Wallace Guernsey was a business visitor in Barre the first of the week. Richard Taylor of Worcester and Edna Cilley of Waterbury were vis itors at Guy Bancroft's. Isabelle Leonard has finished work for Mrs. C A. Wing.. Ralph Dwinell toook Mrs. Mar Wil- i bur to Barre pfy hospital on Mon i day. ; I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Morehouse and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Whitcomb of - Or jange were in town the first of the I week to see Mrs. Emma Cutler, who is in poor, health. . , The East Calais ball team expects to have another game with the Worcester team on Saturday .on, the. Worcester grounds. , ' , Saturday Bargains , Rev. W. R. Rowland of Birchester, 0., spent a few days here last week. Rev. George H. Welch, who ha been visiting his relatives in. this vicinity, preached very tcccptably to a good sized audience Sunday evening, ' -Rev. B. M. Smith will preach Sunday at tne usual nour, J0:,10 a. m. Quite a number of out townspeople attended the sale p-tipper and enter tainment, held bv the ladies of the Congregational ehuirh at Bradford Tuesd4y and felt well repaid for go The annual West. Xewburr picnic arew a gfuxiiy number irom this place Wednesday, and they reported a line time, and 'that in the ball game be tween hast Corinth and South Rye- gate, East Corinth won 0 to 5. , At the Ei st Corinth-Haverhill game Saturday, it was nip and tuck the first half of the game, and whether Hen or the doctor would get the dollar looked uncertain, but in the 7th inn ing E. C. woke up and did thing. So the game ended 7 to 4 in their favor. Three of bur club girls wenl to Tun bridge Thursday , to give a cooking demonstration, Helen Abbott, Eliza beth Thompson and Dorothy Cook, W. L. Taplin taking them; Later they ex pect to. go to the state fair, and to Springfield, Mui; The Thompson reunion was held Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Pierson in Bradford. J. D. Knight, with. his wife and daughter,. Helen, are visiting frie.ids here. ' Henry Magoon has a brother visit ing him this week. George Dodge and wife and little son are spending a part of their vaca tion with Mrs. Dodge' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Hodge. ' - Kenneth Butler and wife and little Jack, Adelaide Rowland and James Ball and wife of Cnicopee, Masai, came Thursday. E, S. Rowland and wife have re turned from their visit to their daughter. Fred Hodge w at the Washington county sanatorium Sunday to aee his wife who is there for treatment. TVed Rowland is the last one here to purchase a new car. Mr. Clara 'Xewhall and grandson of Lyndonville spent Saturday at S. A. Philbrook's. . '; ,Mr, and Mrs. . C.-.R. . Russell and Frank and F. S. Montgomery attended field day at Craftsbury, Tuesday. Robert Smith and Miss Cu minings and Clarence Gould and Dorothea Har vey went to Mt. -Mansfield Tuesday. E. G. Smith is working in the eta? tion at Hardwick. , ' ' Miss Mary Hovey is expected home from Burlington summer school this week. " . Mrs. Jessie Cummings and daughter PLA1NFIELD ;. ' "' f -' 1 , Is there anyone who has not heard of that Irish lassie, Peg? If there is, don't' fail to make her acquaintance. She's sure to make you laugh and may be for an instant bring a tear to our eye, but she'll send you away thinking it's a bopnie world we live in and "if we take the trouble to look we'll find many a Peg tucked away in every cor ner. What mood are you in? Do you feel dreamy, or sad, or gay? If you are in any of these moods. come to hear the Boston J'ovelty . orchestra with ,the Nellie Gill Players, for 4 hey are artiste and you wouldn't get a treat like it outside of a high-class concert. Con cert and show all for 60c. Dancing after show. Plainfleld, Aug. 19. adv. V f WX4. (BILL) fMtlLVlW&i, A picture with more real thrills than a dozen others. "Also BOTH BOOTHS Comedy and With Stanley ia Africa. Xancal Pregrani by Mr. He we, Orjia and Piaae. JUST LOOK! larpe loaves Bread ... 25c Strictly fresh Eggs, doz . . 38c Washington Creamery But- j ter, lb. 42c Granulated Sugari 13 lbs.' ' ' ' (Large can Tomatoes 18c for . . ..'..:;; . . $1:00 'No. 10 pail Compound Lard . Rr -1lVk lvo T 7e I . $1 AC "U11IU ' v J X Potatoes oer rk on'o. 5 pail Compound Lard ! Roast Beef, per lb 20c oiaioes. Per pK fcjC) . . Fancy Salt Pork, lb 16c ei!aeryvBnt"' j lc; Good Sage Velse." 'lb.' ! 30c Fresh Shoulder, lb 20c!Western Beef Steak- 30cj 10 cakes Babbitt's Soap .. 50c tlam to fry, lb 39C!Roast Beef, lb 29c 1 10 cakes World Soap 55c Frankforts, lb ,.k... 19c Roast Pork, lb. ..28c and 32c 10 cakesSwift's Pride Soap Washington Creamery But- 'Frankforts, lb. 20c ' 35c er, lb 40c White House Coffee, lb.. . 35c onIiw SrAew bof 50fl Fresh Eggs, doz. ...... ,34c Gold Hopper Coffee, lb... 35c! WesternStS, lb .' 30c Potatoes, per pk. dOc Sweet Corn. 2 cans 25c OonH WMtPm rww Mt. Peaches, No. 3 lb can ... 25c ! 10c, 14c, 16c ' Cream Cheese, lb 30c Roast. Pork, lb. ..25c, 28c, 30c Sun Maid Raisins, pkg . . . 18c Honey, 1 pint jars . . . . . . 45c Pride of Niagara Pastry Flour, small sack ... 95c Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs.. 25c Jersey Corn Flakes 3 pkgs. 25c Advance Pork & Beans 3 . for 25c Arrow Borax Soap, 10 : Sausage, 2 lbs. ......... 35c Van Camn's all Souds. 3 for - 25c aoy uou soap, t caxes . . cakes for 49 Ham, boneless, lb. 22c Clean Easy Soap, 7 cakes frre5se" iU'r a ? for 25c'""1' Frankforts and a great Swift's Pride Soap.7cakes (many othoK good trades for for ' 25c Saturday. Just call and see for , Goblin Soap, 6 cakes for . . 25c our8e11 25c Smith's or Ladd s Bread, 3 for 25c Sunbrite Cleanser, 10 can, 3 for ; .... 25c Hidder Habbep Ordert Delirered Free. 2fl 30 Prospect St, Telephone 5PS-M j Oval Pearl Soap, 6 cakes . . 25c Sun Maid Seeded Raisins, pkg. ..... 16c Mardi Gras Cocoa, half- pound can 17c B. P. Shadroui Tel. 184-W, 50,Breok St. Louis Romanos 59 Prospect St- Tel 348-W Matiae pricea, Childrea 10c, Adnlta 17c Eyeaiag prices Childrea lie, adolta 2Je Tui Paid, - A Rare Opportunity tor Real Econ omy in Cost of Living GROCERIES Pie Apples, per pk. iir Xatire PoUtoe, per pk. ..!.... J.c Heini' Vinegar, per gL ...... . ..V Puffed Wheat, t pkgs. for 2.V Arrow Bora Roap, 10 rake for Sr 6 pkgs. Ma trl.es for 3-e j Glass Jar (1 pt.i, per dnz. .9v I Glass Jar (1 qt.l 1 j Good Lock Jar Ruhhert, 3 pkp. 2.V Saturday Bargains 20c 17c- 30c Fancy Creamery Butter Tb 42c Fancy Dairy Butter, lb. . 39c Western Roast Beef, lb... Western Chuck Roast, lb.. Western Boiling Beef 10c to 15c. Roast Tork .... 25c, 28c, Large Lamb, lb. ..' 35c ! 10 cakes Arrow Borax Soap 55c 10 cakes B. T. Babbitt Soap 50c ' Large Pkg. Powder ...... 25c Full Cream Cheese, lb. . . 30c . , 3 pkgs. Corn Flakes 25c 1 2 pkgs. Shredded Wheat . 25c j Montpelier Crackers 45c j Budweiser Malt Syrup, the . j ! best you can buy, can 90c ( Glass Jars, p. . doz. ... 90c :Glas Jars, quart, doz. ..$1.00 Jar' Rubbers, 3 doz. 25c 'And good many other bargains. t J. G. Shadroui let 197-M. IIS Soty'h Xaia St RANDOLPH COW TESTING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR MONTH OF JULY There were neven cowa in the Ran dolph CoSr Testing association which made 40 pounds of hutterfat or over and 1,000 pounds of milk in the month of July. The highest cow in the but terfat production was owned by L. L. Manning, making 52.1 pounda in 10 daya. The aecond hipliest wan owned by H. K. Smith, making 43.7 pound. The cowa in the aanciation are falling off in milk owing to the dry weather condition. . " The cows averaging over 25 pounds butterfat per milch cow are as follow: Owner. L. L. Manning . , fieorge Knowles H. H. Cooley ... R. L. Ditty .... Alfred Rowe Herd Av. 20.14 lhs. 2S.g8 Tha. 2.07 lb a. 27.45 lb a. 25.15 lb. . . The following table give the namee and records of the cows In the asso ciation which have produced more than 40 pounds of butterfat or l,DO0 pounds of milk during the period of 30 days ending July 31 1 Owner and ' name of cow. Brd. Chedel 4 Hill, Xo. 155 O.H. L. L. Manning, Xo. 7 ...O.H. H. H. Cooley, Xo. CM. H. H. Cooler, Xo. 22 ... .O.H. H. K. Smith, Tolly fJ.J. (J. Knowles, Gladys .....O.J. R. L. Dittr. Merimaid R.H. H. L. Aiken, official tester; Fred -Flint, secretary, When Lbs. P. C. Lbs. Age. fresh. milk. fat. B. F. 3 .1 22 - 700 5.2 41.5 5 2 20-21 802 ft.5 52.1 ..'', 821. . 4.9 . 40.4 7 12-12-21 087 4.8 " 48.4 4 6 11-22 1,104 4.5 43.7 6.0 40.1 5 5-25-22 1,028 3.5 36.0 REPORT OF GRANITE HEIGHTS COW TESTING AS SOCIATION FOR MONTH ENDING AUG. I Fourteen cow qualified for the honor list this month. The high cow was ownel by V. E. Tucker, malting 1,83 pounds milk and 60.6 pounds butter fat. The second and third highest eowa are owned by E. A. Cutler, making 1,382 pound milk, 49.7 pound butterfat and 1,308 pounds milk, 45.8 pounds butterfat, respectively. ' Owner and AVIien Lh. P.C. Lbs. name of cow. -' Br. Age., fresh., milk. fat. B-F. Xeal Smith. Dimple ....O.H. 6 5-15-22 1.085 3.6 30.1 Fred McAllister, Xo. O.J. 8 4-4-22 703 5.3 42.0 C. H. Bailey, Guernser 0. 4. 0 -4 15-22 893 4.8 v 42l Henry Menard, Xo. 6O.J. 8 , 12-12-21 802 -5.1 40.9 Jlenrr Menard. Xo. 10 O.J. 4 3-11-22 841 , 5.2 43.7 A. H" Dodge, Ella O.J. 8 . 5-19-22 781 . t2 406 W. E. Tucker, Xo. 3 ....R.H. ' 5 6 12 22 lOfl 3.4 44.0 W. E. Tucker, Xo. U . . .R.H. 10 3-28 22 ' 1&4 , 3.3 42.0 W.-E. Tucker, Xo. 12 ...R.H. S 3 0 22 " U53 . 3.3 41J W. E. Tucker. Xo. 8... R.H. 6 7-7-22 1,683 3.5 60 6 W. E. Tucker. Xo. 14 ...R.H. 7 1-3 22 1,007 2.6 26.2 W. E. Tucker. Xo. 15 ...R.H. 6 12 17 21 1,076 3.0 32.1 E. A. Cutler, Merde .....R.H. 5 6 18-22 U82 3.6 498 E. A. Cutler, Susie O. R.H. 6 7-8 22 1,308 3.5. 45.9 Berthold C. Coburn, official tester C. H. Bailey, secretary. TIIE UNIVERSAL TRACT03 Nothing like This Low Price Has Ever Been Known Before No farm tractor ever offered more money value, or more work value, than the Fordson Tractor at this astounding new low price. No farm power unit you can possibly buy will do more for so little and no farm, regardless of size or location can affordto be without a Ford son Tractor. y Place yoor order nowthere ia so time for delay or comparison. Price alone makes yoor choice the Fordson. After that, performance will prove to yon, m it has to 170,000 owners, that this light, compact Fordson is the most efficient power plant ever hitched to a farm tool , Let os prove it to yoo. Write, call or phone today. ; Perry Automobile Co. : 325 No. 5Iain St., Tel. 800, Barre 58'2 State St, Tel 72-W, Montpelier Two Sides of Turnover The alert business man dealing with' present day conditions knows that the big word to-day is "Turnover." Whether he be a merchant, manufac turer, jobber, or banker, he sees that one thing with a clear vision unbiased by the limits of his own business. It is in the air, and on the tip of every tongue. ' And yet many of ' them entirely too many are thinking on only one side of Turnover. They think of it as meaning rapid selling putting money in and getting it out quickly and at a profit. They realize that they must put greatly increased efforts back of all their plans for selling and dis tribution. The other half of Turnover Is le consumer. All selling plans and efforts f ajl if the consumer doesn't, want to buy. His desire for the product must be created. He must meet the seller half way. He must be in a mood to buy before the .salesman meets him across the counter. That is the function of Advertising to create consumer demand and consumer preference. With this de mand as a fact all selling plans have a chance to succeed. Without it they fail. The only chance for salesman ship to succeed without an existing demand is for salesmanship to assume the task that belongs to advertising the task of creating demand. ' If the present efforts that are being put into selling were amply supported by a corresponding effort to create consumer, demand through Advertis ing, the business, conditions of this country would be rapidly 4 changed into an era of great prosperity in spite of Old World conditions and everything else. '.. . The proof of this is in the fact that right now, under these very con ditions, the manufacturers who are , putting proper emphasis on creating a demand for their product, as well as selling it, are doing a big business and are actually getting the high turnover that others are trying so strenuously to get through intensive selling. Pablished by the Ban Daily 'Times,- i ea-eperatlM vita The Americas Associatioa f Advertising Atesciea . MEATS Vatire Fnast Trk. per Ih. 23 t 3ftr IHaoi. etc Send your order alone Hamburg Steak. Ih. ... 15 and 2ncjthe h:jrr Xhrj'mn the more ymi Hoiifd Ham, Frankfort. Msared will wve. 0. N. St. Marie- 107 So. Main Street, 59-M WALLACE REID u "THE DICTATOR" The I ret of the 41 ew Big Parm moant Fsrtarea at the Tark. Monday, Aug. 21.