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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARUE, VT., WEDNESDAY,- SEPTEMBER 6, 1922. If ! 1 vQ FOR making old floors new again, BAY STATE AGATENE has no equal. For all furniture and woodwork, old or new, it is a beautiful finish long lasting and hard wearing. , It is a complete wood finish a stain and varnish combined. i " . . BAY STATE AGATENE comes in eight colors, and in flat and gloss white, flat and gloss black, aluminum, and gold. These other Bay State products will in terest you: BAY STATE LIQUID PAINTS; INOROUT VARNISH for all indoor and outdoor work; BAY STATE COLUMBIA FLOOR AND DECK PAINT; BAY STATE ENAMELS- at different one for every enamel job. WA0SWORTH, HOWLAND & CO., Inc. 139 Federal Street Boston, Mm. TMf BAV statcr Mmrgmm rim in rmrmsa mmtarm iv arm Anfana. . Buy Bay Stmt Agmfn from ' L. S. BLANCHARD, Groton, Vt. J AT STAT Agatene IRREGULARS' LEADER KILLED Daniel Shinnock Lost Life During Skirmish Near Michelstown I NATIONALS WON SHARP VICTORY WITH ERED LES A YEAR ITrrofrnlnvc Sn fro ron Munv Casualties Survivors Fled To Hills Dublin, Spj.it. 0 '(By the Associated Press). The irregular lender, Daniel Shinnoek, holding the rank of. .briga dier adjutant, was killed in a pkirmi.-h yesterday near Miehelstown on the Cork -Rimerick border. . ' The fight,"' which laftted two hours, was the sequel to a surprise attack upon a large body of' irregulars en gaged in preparing an ambush. The nationals, under Commandant General Hannifran, defeated the irregular, who fled to the hills after suffering many casuajties. Twelve prisoners and a large supply of aim and ammunition were left in the hand of the govern ment force. -: The cities of Cork and Waterford witnessed intense activities by irreg ulars yesterday. Two women were among the casualties. ; . CABOT EAST BROOKFIELD Tourists no longer have to stop and inquire, "What town is this! tor a sign saying "East Brookfield" has been 'erected in the church yard by Dr. Tenney Wheatley of Brooklyn, X. V. Keeent visitors at Mr. and Mrs. V. F.- M edea If 's were Wesley Chapman and friends Miss Dunham, Karle Chap man, Mrs. Edward Adams and son, Lester, all from Massachusetts. Mr. ,ani Mrs. Leonard O. Kama worth have returned from an auto camping trip through northern Ver mont, Canada and New York state. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wheatley and son, Kenneth ot Bradford visited Sunday' at his mother's, Mrs. Mary Wheatley. The Only Way To TeatTea is to'Taste it.- n Death of Mrs. Abbie Smith Followed Seven Yeats' Illness. Mrs. Abbie S. Smith passed away Aug. 27. after an illness of about seven years. Her husband, Loreiuo D. Smith, died Oct. H, 1804. She is survived by four daughters. Mrs. H. V. Cummin? of hardwick, Mrs. F. W. Sbuthwick of Jamaica Plain, Mass., Mrs. 11. F. Morse of, Hyannin, Mass., and Mrs. W. C. Meant of Littleton, X. H , lso by seven grandchildren. Mrs. Smith was the last and" young est of a family of ten children, of Simeon Hovey and Delinda Russell Webster. She was born in Cabot, June 7, therefore, being 78 years of age. Cab ot to her waa the dearest spot on earth and was her home the greater part of her life. She was a devoted mother, loyal friend and was always glad to do s kindly act. Her funeral was held in the Methodist church, of which she had been a member for over 30 years, Tues day, Aug. t 2 p. m., with burial in the family lot in Cabot cemetery. n.-rrv nnn Natural Leaf Green Tea is proving a revelation to those who Have been users of Japans. Bw , TRY IT -YOU WILL LIKE IT Mrs. Gertrude Philbroxtk of Hardwick was a guest at the home of her broth er, R. P. Walbridge, recently. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Sails died at Mary Fletcher hospi tal recently, where it had been taken for treatment. Miss Xellie Williams returned to Middletown. Conn., Monday to resume her duties at teaching. . Mr. Mary Bliss of Marshfield is spending a few days at the home of E. M. Bliss. Mrs. F. W. Southwick of Jamaica Plains, Mrs.. was a guest at J. M. Southwiek'a Thursday. 1 Mrs. Henry Morse of Hyannis, Mass.,' was a guet at R. H. Rogers' Thurs day. Mrs. R.-O. Farrington was a visitor in Williamstown Friday. Charles f!rane hnd mnther inwrnnanN fcrr irfrfjninir S3 rV v, .-. E. A. eTCFFLEBEAM Chief EagiaMt', Flaat No. The Men of the Organization Serving You A SUCCESSFUL public utility is one whose development keeps pace with community growth. The utility erve$ best which assists in community growth. To this end, every member of public service organ ization must bo fully alive to his responsibility to the community. ' Mr. Stufflebean first came with the Consolidated Lighting Com pany 15 years ago, as an operator. When that company was taken over by the present Company, he became engineer at the Pioneer riant, one of the first plants oper ated by the Company. He is a man with mechanical inclinations which made him thoroughly familiar with the machinery and equipment about a generating plant. In October. 1918, Mr. Stufflebean was appointed to the position of Chief Engineer in charge of Plant No. 3 at Montpelier. This is one of the important points on the Company's distribution system, and Mr. StufHebean's expeiynce makes him thoroughly competent to assume the responsibility for the efficient operation of the plant under his charge. MONTPELIER & BARRE , LIGHT & POWER COMPANY m . I Ft , IS On Face, Itched and Burned, Cuticura Healed. "I suffered with pimples on my face for about a year. At first they were small but later turned red and itched and burned so that I scratched my face. At night I could not sleep cn account of the irri tation. "I tried different rem edies but they all failed. A friend advised me to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment so I sent for a free sample. I purchased moreand after using three cakes of Soap and one box of Ointment I vas healed." (Signed) Miss Lauretta Anthony, 6 Hicks St., New Bedford, Mass. Rely on Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum to care for your skin. SUIarhrrMbrMll Alrirr: "OsUrsrsI. brl. Dept. S. M1U4I. W.i " Snlilerw whri. Soap abe. Ginrment '& and ft)e. TstRom 'ibc. jj&fcdCuticura Soap ahavaa without mus. RANDOLPH The Holstein herd H!oRfring to Al bert Tatro aud Harold FaiV h:is pys-1 the federal te-t and now 1ias it Menu bill of health. Tliere were about '2o head in the herd. Mrs. Bertha Reed of Boston, after passing a few days here with Mrs. A. B. (lay Hnd Mrs. O. S. Chamberlin, re turned to the city on Tuesday. Her mother, Mrs. J. ,T. Pratt, remained over and expects her husband to join her in a visit upon his fosters, Mrs. 0. S. Chamberlin and Miss Mary Pratt. Dr. Charles Ctishman and Mr. and Mr. Rullo of Chicago, who have been here for three week, the guests of Mrs. (, E. Ciihhman and Mrs. F. A. Faton, have returned to their home. Mrs. Adelaide Myers of Rochester has come to cure for Miss Emeroy Mat thews, who is in a critical state of health, at ,the home of Dr. A. C. Bai-..!7-;: '' ' " Mrs. C'harlM Oatelev of -.Brooklyn,. X. . Y.f who has been the guest of her sister and huxhand.. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Steven-, . lel'f' for her home on Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. C, A. .Huntington of Montpeilier made a brief call upon friends here on .Mondav. JaToumne Just as good as u smells !" 45 e. per pound i r. ' W n " 1 YtS.Quinby Company B o a t o n . Chi c a g o the guests of Judge Howell, and other friends and relatives. . .Robert Sault. home for the-summer with his' sisters, Misses Agnes . and 'Mabel Sault, left on Tuesday for daughter', Helen, have returned from a two weeks' stay at Camp Kandolph, Highgate. Mr. Harry Tatro of Franklin, N. H., is passing a Jew days here with her ied by Mrs. Luclla Kreeman and Mrs. 1. D. Bun fill, were business vUitors in Barre Friday. Mi Mon'a McKay of Williamstown is visiting at R. C. Farrington's. . Ilarry Ctimmings of Hardwick was ft business visitor in town Thursday. Mrs. Mona Foster of Newark, X, J., and her sister, Miss Mary Vanderpool, were guests at fc. f. Avalbruige s re v . " Mr?. Christine Bru? and her daugh-; Lawrence, Mass., where he has the su-; parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hpooner, ter, Joyce, after having a vacation pervision of music in the public! liere and m other places, left for Ciiel- - schools in the city. - sea on Monday, where tit former is! jfr. and Mrs. Robert Car and caring for the mother of Judge Wil and the Iittln.daustp.r is- passing j GASTO Rlift For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years son . 1 ...liL TLt... T r. . . ..1. .. J Liitt v"r wnn ;ir. i. vr. jcaiiMflii Rim attending school there. " Mrs, L. S. Cleveland,- who has been ; at Gloucester, Mas., with her daugh- ; ter, Mrs. H. A. Skinner, returned on, Sunda v. Eugene Holman, who has been ill all f sumnier With., heart trouble, ,h now j somewhat more comfortable- and " is ; aide to et more nights. I Mrs. Elizabeth Allen, who for a few weeks has been with Mr. A. E. Hol man. went Tuesday to her home in Weston. Mass. " I I I 1VV K?rSKfi-3Oaa.MAO. - . J 1 . MIDDLESEX Mrs. Emma Babfock of Dux bury came. Iat week fur a visit to her niece, Mr. B. L, Palmer. Jlr.'.'and Mrs. (Jeorge Adams of South Bare .nd Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Bridger of Xew York City were week- i .Minnie Richardson ds Conway; Center, Miss Edith But ler; Swift 'school, Mks Trudell of Bur lington, i o v Guila and Bernard Herbert are at-, tending high school in Watcrbury. Mrs. Henry Bartlett aud niece of Underbill Center and Mrs. Julia Greg, ory of Bolton are guests at N. M. Dib ble's. ' j end guests of Mr tj3lO-and family. Milk NO COOKING Always bears the Signature of $!ciS V. H Marshall has returned from a week's visit in Massachusetts. ' ' Infants . Mi'- Gertrude Darling and son, Mer Invalids' r'"' ' Hardwick were recent guests lot A. I', lapnn ana lamny. Food Drink for AH Ages., .wflv for several weeks, returned on Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Wheeler of Bos- Qn'.CR Lunch at Homt OlUCe, and Monday, ton, who have been at Caspian lake, inSBSlSa ilsil tot HORLtCICS ! .Scho Is commenced Tuesday with Greensboro, for several weeks, have . a ,1 ,. .. C 1 ... ' the'following teacher's: , primury, Miss come here for a short stay and are grammar, Miss Fran- Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief .-AM 25 and 75 Packages. 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