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Barre Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Barre, VermontThe Baku daily times Banike vt., wednesday Juine 23, 1020. War is being waged volstead was in local Viall the Tim million loss at Baltimore Between the disease germs in the air you breathe the water you drink the turned Down markets fool you eat and the corpuscles in your blood that Are the forces of Good health. Keep these forces Strong dont Al the Defeated for renomination Low yourself to run Down. Take Hood s Sarsaparilla the Medicine for the blood stomach liver and kidneys Supply of dressed pork exceeds the demand the summery Quality in men s shirts to look and feel right keep Well nourished have Well nourished blood tissues by feed the elements taken from beef that Are in Bov nine Are the reason so Many physicians recommend and prescribe it for impoverished blood. That has the approval of three generations. By prohibitionists in Minnesota primary non partisan n men seven Stor y building was wrecked by fire to a y i second big fire within 12 hours if a laxative is needed take Hood s rills they Are equally Good. Adv. Old potatoes swept primary Are lower j. 0. Preus named for gov eggs bring Good prices to Day s fire started near the source of Baltimore s great conflagration win in50c a Den Dairy butter 56c error by republicans l. by democrats St. Paul minn., june 23. With 550 the food tonic Barre vt., june 23, 1920. Supply of dressed pork exceeds de precincts of the 3,195 in the state miss give it As directed in milk. In three to six Days improved appearance will be no j. O. Preus state auditor to a y Baltimore june 23.-f ire Early to Day wrecked a seven Stor y building in Hopkins place and quickly spread to four other structures. The damage a cording to insurance men will Likely reach $1,000,000. This brings the fire Bov nine since 1877 has been prescribed by physicians and sold by drug stores led or. Henrick Shipstead endorsed by the league by More than 15,000 votes for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in returns from old potatoes lower. bring Good prices. Wholesale quotations dressed pork 18 3 18 a. Veals easy i9 s20c. Fowls dressed 40c. Fresh eggs 00c. Butter Dairy 5hc. Potatoes per Bushel $3.50 3 $3.75. Monday s primary. You might just As Well have Nobby style and neat appearance in the shirts you Wear this summer it costs no More than the Ordinary sort. We make it a special Point to select the summer shirts with Especial care. Appearance is fully As important As Wear shirts Are so much More in View in summer. We want you to see the new ones we have just received Good to look at. Store open monday evenings As usual. Moore & Owens Barre s leading clothiers 122 no. Main Street Tel. 275- for the democratic nomination mayor l. C. Hodgson of St. Paul was try Bov nine it is not a Medicine but a food tonic blood and body builder. 6 of. Bottle 70c 12 of. Bottle $1. Is the Bov nine co., 75 w. Houston St., new Yri til ahead of r. W. Hargadine by i damage for Baltimore to $1,500,000 for 12 hours the first Blaze being in the seven Tor j Darby building1, which swept the wholesale House of Blumberg brother. To a y v fire started near the spot where Baltimore great fire of 1004 began. I will not be withdrawn. Than 5,000 votes. Boston Market except in the second and seventh districts ail present representatives in apparently were renominated the Only pet occurring in the seventh jobbing quotations on butter eggs and cheese. Boston june 23. Local jobbing Cuti Cura complexions Are satisfactory you May rely on the Cuti Cura Trio to car for your complexion. The soap to cleanse purify and beautify the ointment to Taften. Soothe and heal redness rough nest pimples or other eruptions the Tal cum to powder and perfume. They Are Ideal preparations for All toilet uses. Frimu Laeh to by Milt. A to Rwy Cit Leara. Lkorfctor1ditltf,,mli." 8old Vry we soip26c. Ointmnta6ndb0c. To eum26e. Ipp Cut cur soap Dibaia without Mug. District As i. V. Ellsworth represents the for the second did not stand for prices Tor butter Ana eggs follow of time in which to sign Nutter Rancy North Kern Creamery in the seventh District a j. Vol Stead Republican author of the prohibition enforcement act. Was Defeated virtually Complete unofficial returns in Orange county farm Bureau notes for week ending june 19. Idea cd by Rev. O. J. Kvale of Benson tubs Fiir Tol boxes ti3.h3i,r, prints get Fiolic Good to Choice 01 60c, fair to Good 501fs51c eggs fancy Hennery fi5 s6tic Choice Eastern 60lilc fresh West Ern extras 54rd55c, prime firsts 50 51c, firsts 4759c. Cheese new York twins fancy 52c, fair to Good 30 s30c Young Ameri Ca 3435c. Endorsed by the league. U. V. Commencement. Has been refused. A Ashington d. A june 22. The turkish treaty will not be withdrawn or subjected to any important modifications according to official advices received Here yesterday. Refusal to permit an Extension of time beyond june 26, originally fixed far the reply of the turkish delegates is believed by officials Here to have been Trade coincident with the decision not to alter the major clauses of the treaty. In. To Vavie Rienas Saia Nas been an advocate of prohibition for More than Waits River or. And mrs. Royal Dexter and two daughters and Frank Carter of Low Ell mass., spent the week end with mrs. J. T. Carter and other relatives. Or. And mrs. Melvin Craig and Cousin George Craig who have been visiting relatives Here returned to their Home in Kewanee 111., Friday. Frank Sanborn mrs. Emma Martin and son John and mrs. Lizzie Avery of Washington with e. Eastman As chauffeur left sunday to spend a week at Lake Fairlee in Frank Sanborn s cottage. Will gov. Coolidge of Massachusetts 20 years. Graniteville new German Cabinet the annual meeting held tuesday was a Success in every Way. Because of the threatening weather in the morn ing the attendance was not Large. Nevertheless an enthusiastic business session was held. The afternoon ses Sion was Given Over to the speakers then some unfinished business was done. E. B. Cornwall president of the ver Home team Defeated Bane a. C. By give address june 28. Burlington june 23 the a Leith commencement of the University of ver Mont will take place june 25 to 28, with the following program. Friday june 239 a. M., senior walk 10 a. M., trustees meeting medi Cal Library 11 30 a. M., Fhi Beta Kappa meeting 3 South collage 2 p. Promises to be Bourgeois Sandbank Teller pardoned. Will planned for Friday at West Topsham had to be postponed until saturday be cause of the rain.1 the Creamery scor ing was completed however by v. R. Jones Dairy manufacturing agent and score of five to Throe. The Graniteville athletic club won its second game of the season yester Plant at Barre was discussed and committees were appointed to canvass each town. There will be another meeting at Barre on tuesday july 29, at which everyone should be present. Harold a. Dwinell county agric. Agent. Carry out treaty. Berlin june 21. Official announce ment that Konstantin Fehrenbach recently appointed Chancellor definitely presages the construction of a Bour m., class Day exercises 4 p. Fraternity reception baseball Boston col lege is. It. V. n. A. President s Day by defeating the Strong Barr athletic association team the score being five to three. Marshall s playing was a big feature of the game. Americ o Polli was scheduled to pitch this game but received a serious injury to Geoid Cabinet in the next 48 hours and i Epif tinn. Rillina Liam rvs 0 n. In. Up in new government circles it is started A Chapin of Hartford conn., had stolen $44,000. Hartford conn., june 23. Merrick w Chapin former Teller at the Phoenix National Bank who on february 25, 1910, was sentenced to five years imprisonment in the Federal Penitentiary at Atlanta ga., returned Here yester Day his sentence having been commuted by president Wilson. Chapin pleaded guilty to stealing $44,000.i r r r Nior prom. Billings Library. That there will be a sufficiently pm Mont federation or Tarm bureaus gave an interesting talk on the work and Aims of the state and Ameri a n federations. J. E. Carrigan assistant county agent Leader and miss Pierpont Home demonstration Leader gave help Ful talks on the Community program of work plan As the basis of the farm Bureau work. The last speaker c. Benson director of Junior achievement Bureau of the Eastern states league gave a very forceful and interesting talk on boys and girls club work. The Creamery Community picnic Pha sized vote of Confidence to enable or. Miller Creamery inspector. It is expected an evening meeting will be held later. On saturday the agent visit eur the potato Fields where the Green Mountain was used. Although planted late the Fields Are looking Well and an even stand of potatoes is looked for. Tuesday night the agent attended a mass meeting of the milk producers at Barre which included men from Washington and Orange. The feasibility of a milk Trank Raig of Kewanee ill., is re pairing his cottage formerly owned by k. Miller in this Village. Miss Ada Mae Welch daughter of or. And mrs. L. T. Welch graduated from Liodard Seminary Barre last week. Miss Lola Nutt attended the graduation exercises of Goddard last week. Waits River circuit Good crowds greeted the Pantor at each of the three services last sunday and All Are cordially invited to the services next sunday. Children s Day program awaits River t la a. And it promises to be a very Good one. A choir the ministry to present an undisputed saturday june 20. 9 a. M., trus tees meeting medical Library 9 a. Iu., annual Phi Beta Kappa meeting 3 might live too Long. Old Gotro when i proposed to miss Teachy last night she said that before answering she must see family Bible. What do you suppose that was for his Friend of probably she wants to see if you come of a Long live fam ily. Boston transcript. Mandate at the spa conf Nee next month. The government s platform will affirm that the new regime proposes loyalty to carry out the Versailles South College 10 a. M., meeting of associate alumni Chapel 11 30 a. M., treaty and will Appeal for the subordination of partisan interests. Or. Sim on the new foreign minister a demo crat is a Jurist who was for a Long time attached to the Legal division of his right Arm just before 4 o was procured to fill his place and did Good work. Both team have Fine material and after a Little practice should be two of the fastest teams in the state. The game was called in the seventh inning on account of darkness. Barre a. A. A r h Peduzzi if 2 2 1 0 Stuart la 4 111nicori, of 3 o 0 0 Davidson 2b. 2 0 1 0 Calderara 3b. 3 0 0 0 Oliver of 3 0 0 0 Wilson s 3 0 0.0 Fowlie c 3 o 1 0 Slayton p 3 0 0 0 is practising for the occasion and you j Are urged to hear it. East Orange Cervice at 3 p. West Topsham the foreign office. He also was under Secretary of the chancellors under Prince Maximilian and was a member i Nixa hid o v y. to the sunday school at 7 p. Meeting of the athletic association 12 m., alumni luncheon gymnasium 2 30 p. M., Parade to Centennial Field i p. M., baseball Boston College is. 1. V. j 1 p. M., women s fraternity reunion 7 30 p. In. Alumni smokerin., fraternity reunions. Sunday june 27. 2 30 p. M., baccalaureate Sermon gymnasium 8 p. In. Concert on the College Green. Monday. June 28. 9 a. M., trustees meeting Billings Library 10 a. M., academic procession 11 a. Ni., commencement exercises address by gov. Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts 7 p. M., senior boat ride. China ratifies treaty. Of the German peace delegation at ver sallies. Laxative Bromo quinine tablets Ross Dartmouth Captain. All should lie in the sunday school. A social at Waits River Hall for the Community is Given by the Sun Dav school on Friday evening. Mrs. E. V. Willey of Barre made t. D. Fellows a Short Call on sunday. Flora Beed of Barre has been vis Itin her aunt. Mrs. Angelina Hub Why they Are economically 3 4 1 Catcher three years but lately Haa turned to pitching. 28 Graniteville a. C. A Thompson if 2 Sullivan of 3 Hanover x. H., june 23. The elec Bard. Icon of Frank a. Ross jr., of Melrose priced Freeman 2b. Mass., As Captain of the Dartmouth Alberta Sweet of Barre is visiting her sister mrs. George Felch. School closed june 11. Miss Shirley baseball team for 1921, was announced h 0 0 0 Wood c. Marshall is. To a Moss was Catcher for the King 3b. Floreen team for three rears but recently has been the pitching Star Osheridan with Austria approved by government. Peking. June 21. China s ratification of the treaty of peace with aus Tria has been promulgated by the gov Rini int. It is held that this will in title China to participate in the league if nations. Lira Ham la. The Beaton p. Yesterday s american Lea Rue games.21 5 5 4 Gauthier returning to her Home in East Barre. Mrs. Button formerly of this place is visiting mrs. K. V. Batten. Mrs. Ellsworth Waterman and son Viles. Have returned from visiting relatives in Fairlee. Miss Hazel Sanborn of Barre visited or. And mrs. Waldo Hood a few Days last week. The Creamery picnic was held sat urday and there was a Good Issod at St. Louis. St. Louis 0, new York 3. Mrs. J. Martin returned to her Home at Detroit Washington 6. Detroit 1 at Chicago Chicago 2. Philadelphia 1in William mown after spending a few avs with mrs. Robert Aldrich. At Cleveland Cleveland 13, Boston 5j5js n wf3k. Rev miss Margaret Murphy returned Vail from Burlington where she at american league . Lost. commencement exercises at it. Crowd despite the rain. A Good time was reported by 3 Lyl new York 3 22 strawberries Are leg mining to Ripen. St. Mary s. Miss Clara Murphy a student at it. St. Marv a in Burlington arrived Here Chicago 32 2. I Reni .fifi7 .6.1.1 2 110 but the housewife would like cheaper sugar to put them up 2 2to-da y to spend the summer at her Washington 27 2rt l. U Dunn ton of Toston i Niver St Louis 2h 2 Detroit lit 37 sity school of theology gave a very interesting lecture on bolshevism first hand on monday evening andin33 Philadelphia let 41mfx his lecture was Worth while. He gave after annal experiences in Russia. A was National league games. At Ron ton. Ron ton 3. St. By new York Chicago 10, new Bethe York 4. Home. Or. And mrs. Roy Lecarron a guests of the latter father Norman Mcleay. Or. And mrs. F. Cross and Dan Mac Donald of a Date mich., and mrs. Clyde Harp of St Louis mich., left monday morning by automobile to re turn to their Homes after visiting at the Home of or and mrs. Joseph suitor. Buck Freeman Mike Wood Marshall Thompson from Goddard Seminary be work at the Boutwell Milne and Varnum quarries monday morning. They will play for the i. A. C. While employed Here. Neill Daniels Baa purchased a new Ford. At Philadelphia. Cincinnati 3, Phila Mark h. Flint and miss Vera 1. At Brooklyn tit Burg it Brook Johnstone both of the or sort Brook Cotoni i Hrh nod in Rosamon. Were Marlyn 7. National league standing. Won. Lost. T ried yesterday noon at the Home of Rev. J. Wesley Miller. They took the northbound train for a few Days wedding journey. On their return Thev will live t Frod e. Allen s in Barnard where the bridegroom is employed As a. Cincinnati 3 22 Chicago 30 2 ticorde3 ability of service motor truck the big Job to do them quickly and efficiently wins for them the enthusiastic endorse men of their owners. Under Date of june 5, 1919, the following letter from the Dodd warehouse san Francisco calif., was received i have been much interested in the characteristic which have been featured in the National advertising Campaign of service tracks namely. Value Power Economy and strength. All these feature i can enthusiastically endorse but there is another that of dependability which i particularly appreciate in service trucks. " i had occasion recently to move eighty Sis thousand pounds of steel rails from one of out warehouse to pier no. 54, a distance of about four Miles. This we did with a and a 3, to n service truck in six Days of eight hour each during which time the motor was running almost service motor trucks Are built in 7 models 1 to 5 tons. One of them will meet your erf act requirements. We re looking Forward to serving you with service ".5 18 2h Brooklyn 2s 21 St Loui 30 27 Crimson is. Blue. Farmer. A Pittsburg 2. Ton 2i 2c. Birdi Al l Brocks is shut in with an242 32harvard Goode chosen a attack of .42 1 .420 new York 23 Philadelphia 2.1 or. And mrs. Forrest s. Bosom and air daughter Grace Are with Rel pitching Leader. Cambridge. Mass. June 23. Harvard Tives in Boston Tor a Weott s in Kil Ille Node to twitch the Rev. F. R. Dixon is in Boston for a few Davs and will return i Crimson baseball team to Victory Over j i Yale at soldiers Field to a Frank an ice Cream social will be give sure Relief t no was the Piti Hin selection for , exit unit on mrs. s Lawn by the congregational flip Blue. Harvard s Victory at new attn yesterday made them a Elight . 1 e3 ladies Aid society. I mis lera Haver is assisting at in. I Blossom s millinery rooms this baseball Maurice b. Wyllie went monday to tributes an Ever growing volume with True Merchan dising Economy. Tire buyers Are therefore Privi Ledger to buy vacuum cup Cord and fabric tires and ton tested tubes at the Price of Ordinary makes. See your local Pennsylvania dealer and be convinced. Built by skilled Well paid progressive workers with the most modern equip ment and time and labor saving appliances in what is conceded to be one of the most up to Date rub Ber plants in the Industry. Marketed under a zone Selling system which efficiently Dis Boston for a week s visit. His . X. Ii., june 23 Dartmouth 4. Vermont 0.3 David Wyllie has been there two6 Bill ans weeks. I James r. Turner opened a restaurant hot water sure Relief More Irish wit.monday in the basement rooms in the Basom House Block formerly la an s Narramore s millinery rooms. I or. An mrs. George e. Howe and Ifor indigestion Ulius Maon Are at Guy w. Hatch i Springfield. Harold Turner of Wood Stork has i an English Clergyman who is not it rare to an occasional Glass hired an irishman to cd a n out his Collar. First thine the irishman brought out a lot of empty bottles. Thinking those i lit contain a few drops to allay his third he was holding them up to the Light when the Clergyman saw Hira and tailed through the open window i i re All dead ones Are sorr agreed Pat. Weil Kotor trucks been appointed mail Carrier on routecm3 one and will begin his duties july i. Graham a Briggs have bought from e. I. Claflin the business Block in which the Graham hardware store and plumb adjustment ban per warranty tag attached to cd casing t vacuum cup fabric tires 6,000 Miles vacuum Cap Cord tires. 9,000 the Channel try Cord Tir f ,000 mile Pennsylvania rubber company Jeanette a. Builders of business Northern it. 3iotors, inc., 133 main St., Burlington. Fher one Good thing Al out it they i ?3 ing shop have been carried on Many years. In the second and third Stone soveral tenements which will be expert welder on the Job All the time. Bring in your broken parti and have them made As Good As new. A. tie minister Mem Wnm Tiey re Ottoa transcript. David warned against this. 1 Hill never forget the lok on her i hrs she found in Ber Pew i the pm Airov Reed woman. We. K. S3 e3r r fitted ont for occupancy. The Sale of Rhatig Tawiia tickets is opened encouragingly with better sales of than lat year in the mime Trutor. James a. Wilson and Mam Barrow. Student at or i h University Are kit them a s3 Are eident to sitting in themed her tic v " c Tat ill 111 f 7 l pc i or t 3 it of the Reward putting in Sis weeks inline Star Drill t fort Ethan Aii n. Cd Rogn is at Home from the . Jame a. Graham and mis Graham or. Visit no Harry j. To k Tan i am anti worm1 i for. Of -. Sold in Barre by Perry automobile compan Graham in Iro i cwt r. . Flander Sto Ifo. Mat St. Barre Var i a hut. He and that t Erj--i1 Efti fish Thea be to rn5i j for new worlds to Va-,.ki Boston Tunkl Iju mrs. Carlr Ard Fer it. Art. F new Voik air at or i. B. A Man

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