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Barre Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Barre, VermontThe Bare daily times Barre. It wed a kid a june 23, 1920. Assailants not captured right let her come it gives real satisfaction to Park a car nor is it known that any Vershire e. W. Goodhue noted Massachusetts educator who recently died once Vershire resident. 4 e. A Goodhue Haydenville. Mass., died pneumonia May m. M. Goodhue spent his Early life in ver hair attended Thetford Academy studied Law and was superintendent schools in Orange county. For 25 years he has been superintendent schools in Massachusetts. Jin leaves to mourn a widow five children one grandchild and a Host friends. His son Elbridge spent a few Daya in town recently. Miss Ila Orr attended the wedding friends in Springfield x. H., Satur Day. Her father accompanied her Aslie had business in new Ondon n. Of them were Smoot Niy inn oui Nav aug si5"v stall As you creep Forward and Back sitting her into narrow quarters. Polarine makes this easy. It assures both Power and control. This Standard Oil for All motors locks the explosive Force the fuel in the cylinders till it has done its work. This enables you to Man Euver with ease and accuracy. During attempted assassination assistant inspector Gene r . And mrs. Will Orr and Don Orr Blar Newent to Northampton mass., to it Al Roberts owes life to chauffeur s quickness the stg nibble Dole the world Best cd Flint jives you responsive Spry powerful motor that runs quietly and with Little vibration. Ninf Polarine you ii have fewer fouled spark a Lings other Carbon trouble. For transmissions and differentials use Polar in gear Uil. Sold wherever you see the red White and Blue Socy sign. Standard Oil co. Of new York new York Albany Buffalo Boston i tend the graduation miss l la Urr from Smith College june 15, As was stated in an article by the College press Board in last week s Issue. Or. And mrs Allen Waterbury were in town last week. Miss Verna Davis Barre was a visitor at w. B. Tuller s Over sunday. Mrs. Clarence Grant and children visited her brother and other friends in Wilder last week. Or. And mrs. Don Orr and miss Ula Orr and miss Smith attended the graduation exercises at Haverhill Academy june 17, their Cousin Judson Clark Piermont being one the graduates. Or and mrs. Don Orr and . And mrs. L. L. Robinson were in Waitsfield recently. Or. And mrs. Rank Smith Are now visiting their sister mrs. Orr. Mrs. Ada Spear returned saturday to her Home in Fairlee the Bradburys Are planning to raise Devon cattle in the future., mrs. Godfrey is visiting in Leb anon. Mrs. Maude Blanchard Wilber and daughter Graniteville. Called do rinds in town sunday. Her Many friends mourn with her in the loss her esteemed husband. Handsome is As handsome does an old adage a True today As in All the yesterday no car offers cleaner lines More truly dignified gracefulness 4, Tefr r finish Tia Erdoes the Cleveland six. But these Quali ties would be but a surface were it not for what is beneath them. Striction the ease its control the London. June 23. Great apprehension has been caused in Dublin by the attack assistant inspector general Roberts yesterday which recalls the recent attempt to assassinate Field marshal Viscount French Days a dub n dispatch to the times. Describing the incident the correspondent says role its spent the night at his Home at Sutton a few Miles out the City and returned by train at 10 clock in the morn Iii. was met there by an automobile contain ing police a fliers and when it started for Dublin Castle other policemen fell in behind. As the end neared the rail Way Bridge at Beresford place a party men stepped from their concealment Ite Hind the pillars the Bridge Drew revolvers and opened fire. The occupants the automobile in stantly replied and the shooting both sides was almost continuous As Long As the car was in sight the at tacking party. During the height the firing two bombs were thrown the explosions being heard Over a Large part the City. Apparently neither the attackers nor the police officers were injured by the bombs. Roberts was shot in the head at the first Volley and fell against the chauffeur who although shot through both legs never Loht his grip the wheel and drove the car at furious Speed out danger. It is said that a beyond doubt Roberts owes his life to the chauffeur s presence mind. The whole incident lasted Only a couple minutes but dirring this time it is declared at least 50 shots were fired. Roberts and the chauffeur whose name is i athe were conveyed to the Militar Hospital from the cattle and were doing Well lat night. So. Arrests have been made and it is not known whether any the assailants the assistant inspector general were wounded. Roberts was appointed to office a few months ago in succession to inspector Redmond who was killed by unknown assailants Jan. 10 Laet. Supreme Coll Iscil Rais Dorril the exclusive Cleveland motor the most highly developed the powerful Over Hea d Type gives a character performance in flexibility Power and Speed and in dependability and endurance that surpasses other Light cars. The sturdiness its Chassis con soft cushioning its Low under Slung Spring construction the certainty its brakes All these qualities add to the Comfort and safety its performance any kind Roadway the steepest Hills and in crowded Evelyn Denny who has been employed in Washington d. A for Sev eral months ii government employ has come to pass several Days Here with mrs. Clara Prince. Mrs. Arthur Brown and miss Bron North Williston were the guests mrs. J. C. Wells last week. The Fol lowing Day r. E. Brown that place came to take them Home by automobile and was the guest his sister mrs. J. C. Wells also for a time. Mrs. E. A. Salisbury and mrs. M. C. Bowell left thursday for Johnson where they ill pass a few Days. Mrs. George Dumas after a visit a few Days with her son. Leo Dumas in Springfield returned Home tuesday. Marjorie Ketchum Gayville is passing the week Here with her grand parents . And mrs. V. Ketchum. Miss Mabel Hamilton White River take a real ride in the Cleveland and you will know what a Good car it i tour info car Fife Paw Engert $1485 roadster three passengers $1485 Sedan five passengers $3395 Coupe four passengers $13 Price f. O. A Muad capital garage Montpelier Vermont Burnell Faulkne r co., inc. F. Laundry mgr. 0. Vav. Cuerier sales mgr. Orrin vol Here for a Verv Short Stav tithe Bank there. They also have a who resides in that place. A son was born sunday to . And mrs. Edson Giford. Who reside the Emerson Terrace. The child is a grand son . And mrs. C. Gifford. Or. Westcott for several years the chauffeur the 11. J. Kimball family Junction came saturday to assist her parents Rev. And mrs. Joseph Hamil ton in packing their goods ready to ship to White River Junction where they will move this week. Or. Ham Ilton has bought a House in White River Junction and Talfey Are to be with their daughter who has a position in monday night. It is understood that the family Are not to come Here this season and the House will be closed through the simmer. Miss Doris Osha Swan is pass ing a few Days Here with her grand parents . And mrs. William Osha. Cleveland automobile company Cleveland Ohio i k Albans tuesday after a Short Isit you can get Goodyear tires for that sturdy smaller car in Stowe. Mrs. A Hill has returned from Bur Lington where she attended the graduation exercises her grandchildren Palmer and Teressa Hill who were graduated from the High school and Marjorie Hill from the Junior High school. Mrs. Hill also visited her brother Philo Irish at Essex Junction. Or. And mrs. Frank Medlar Bur Lington who were married saturday Are visiting . And a. I err and other friends and relatives in town. Or. And mrs. F. S. Dow St. Johns Bur y were visitors Here . And mrs. W. E. Burt and Daugh Ter and Douglass e. Hunter Bur Lington were recent visitors in Stone. J. A. Rogers Burlington was a business visitor in town monday and tuesday v. Adjoin is to july 2 turks must sign treaty As it was prepared for them before that Date. Boulogne june 22 by the associated press. The supreme Council the allies after holding a three hour ses Sion to a adjourned to meet at Brus Sels july 2. Leaving most the questions its program undecided. The turkish question is considered to have been settled by the Council s approval military action against the turkish nationalists a planned by marshal Koch and Field marshal Wil son and by the decision that the turks must reply to the peace terms by the time set. June 29. This decision is interpreted As meaning that the turks must sign the treaty As it was prepared at the san Kernn conference. It Vas agreed pending further consideration that the economic negotiations Between the French and British delegates and the soviet representatives should continue. Without implying in and sense recognition the soviet government. Premier Millerand leaves this after noon for Paris and Premier Lloyd George for England. The communique the Council mentions the Brussels conference As having been called to read definite agree ments before the spa meeting and it is understood that the Date the spa conference remains july 5, As previously fixed. The note to Germany which was finally approved this morning conclude with an annoy Iii eni ii t that measures will be taken by the allies in Case the measures Are nut Soei tied. But it is understood that Stowe. Mrs. A a. More Rostand . Mar tha i Ike Waterbury Center called Friend in Stowe monday. Mrs. Sarah. E. Dewey who has visited friends in Haverhill an Newbury jiorlemas., has returned to iter Home with . And mrs. E. Pipe. Mrs. Dewey was accompanied by her sister mrs. Kate baht my Haverhill and her daughter. Miss Katherine Dewey and miss Lottie Newburyport making the trip in Mies Dewey s car. The part visited relatives in John to monday and motored to Middle Bur y tuesday. Mrs. W. T. Double and granddaughter mis Virginia Gale Cleveland o., who armed at mrs. I r. Gale s monday will be joined soon by . And mrs. R. Gale and Little Daugh Ter Grace Clara who will pass the Minier Al the House went Branch recently purchased mrs. Louise Lii below. Do Ilion b. Hill and son Gerald North Charlestown n. H., Are voting . Hill s sister. Mrs. P. R. Gale. Or. And . E. B. Forlis mrs. P. Hiale and mrs. Polly line visited . Benjamin Eaton at the Mary Fletcher Hospital sunday. A. I Gale . And . .1. E. . R Bohannon farm in Sterling and has taken Possession. Miss Ina Hamel has returned to after visiting relatives in town miss Gladys Camley has returned from a visit to Groveton x. H., and Montpelier. Or. And mrs. Arba s. Baldwin and . And mrs. Mcphee framing my mass., who have been guests at the Green Mountain inn while visiting . And mrs. George e. Fowler Are re turning Home by the Way the White mountains. Or. And mrs. Erie r. Moody who have passed a month with . Moody s Mother mrs. Delia Moody left tues Day for their Home in Outlook Saskatchewan. Theodore Mayo son . And . Herliert Mayo who will Complete a course this week at the officers training school at Poughkeepsie the Hudson will go from there to Camp Upton for three weeks and after three weeks at Ria Bur g will visit Stowe. Or. Mayo is a officer in co. F Schenectady x. Y and is train ing in Rifle shooting in which he is Al ready an Eipert. has received three medals for Gallant action and work Manship. Orlo e. Luce returned monday from Minneapolis where he was called last week with mrs. Luce and mrs. P. E. Mcsweeney Burlington by these rious illness their Broth Henry Mcmahon. Mrs. Lure and mrs. My Sweeney remained with their brother who remains about the same. Mrs. A. A. Emery returned to St. Overhead defined. 4 All Goodyear s notable accomplishments in tire Makin g none exceeds in High relative value product the Goodyear tires made in the 30x3-30x3 v2 and 31x4-inc h sires. These tires afford to owners Ford Chevrolet Dort Maxwell and other cars taking these sizes the important benefits Goodyear materials and methods employed in the world s largest tire production. Your nearest Goodyear service station dealer offers you in these tires a degree performance and satisfaction Only possible As a result such extraordinary manufacturing advantages. Go to this service station dealer for these tires and for Goodyear heavy tourist tube. has them. 1 he rat Hole in your granary. The brain Stor merchandising. The Skeleton in the Cloet profit. The Price the brains in a Busi Ness. The Potter s Field an imaginary 1.1 cent. The Story doing a lot work for nothing. The powder you blow in making the sales you miss. The undertaker s Bill for the funeral your dead Wood. The toll taken by risk rust and re pairs. From bulletin Denver local association. And a uglier Wisn no ire hurry Kuss at the Fanny Allen hos Pital sunday. F. I Bailey has sold his Blacksmith Slock and tools to e. C. Wells and am Brose Larow and has prone out the business account poor health. Seklic Davis has rented the George in this contingency the occupation additional German territory would considered. Post Toa sties i different and better Corn flakes they have a Superior flavor and a substantial crispness unequalled by Ordinary Corn flakes. Good rear Heary tourist tube built to protect casing. La any endear que a Good Eal f with a cheap Ruber Goodyear it Ells River two scholarships for the ensuing year were awarded lat Eek to two the graduates the High cd d. The first was awarded to miss Charlotte Ovnie and the second to Clyde Harvey. R. E. Vincent and family left sunday night for their new Home in mass., where . Vincent has charge a plumber s gang the b. A m. Railroad. Woodsville was Defeated by Lisbon at Lisbon last saturday by a wore seen to four. I spite the fart that the Woodsville Man struck out 10 men the infield As determined that Lilon should win. E. E. Stark and . Perry left last saturday for a few Days trip the Connecticut lakes George Thomas is Home for the sum Mer vacation from the univ Misity Michigan veterinary school. Mirin the Pat year George a had charge i during night. Jake Bailey arrived Home Lam sat Iierda r from his school in Worcester. Stevens and family Are spend inc ene to me at his ramp at like m Inson. X. T n Hundred and Over dollars were Rai Fil by the conv r for the Salva Tion army fund lat is indy. The int for the Village was there is Lucr any doubt about Raisin Money Thi cause particularly after the work that they did during the War in France. Or. Andrew Smith ded at the sic ,.nrd Smith lat saturday. Kure Creviere held tuesday and the t1.v a taken to hard k f. It it. In Honwa a Stille. Who was Joo so Goodyear fabric tread 10 i goo Reir single cur fabric anti ski d tread heavy Toorish Tab Cost Little More than tube i Soilea to Triu " meter reel w you la quickly recognize they re better when you taste the first spoonful. When ordering Corn flakes from your grocer always specify Post Toa sties by name. You can identify them by the yellow and red package carefully protected by Wax wrapping. Sold by grocers everywhere made by Postum Cereal company inc Battle Creek Michigan h. G. Bennett Goodyear service station i a a vre by the Ira . Sch. Has Tolving at the Rne her j . Mrs. T. A dmm. To annual he f. The Wal pc Terr traded a j in the via Are in t h t it a y t re Jefferson St., Bakst v i

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