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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.f SATURDAV, JANUARY 10, 192C.
I I Bedrooiii Furniture Are you talking of buying a new piece of Bedroom Furniture? Have you seen our line of Princess Dressers with the large size rectangular and oval mirrors? We have just received a shipment of them from the manufacturers. These are in the bright Oak finish. Or a Chiffonier to match your dresser. We will show a three-piece Suite in the beautiful Birds-Eye Maple, consisting of Bed, Dresser and Chiffonier, at $119.50, a price that is right. We also have Bedroom Suits m" Antique Mbhogany, Ivory, Oak and Birds-Eye Ma ple as mentioned-above. Come in arid see them, and let us convince you that they are THE thing for the bedroom of to-day. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rata m at bonw-drivra ambulance; distance call at reasonable ' term. TALK OF THE TOWN The World's Best Prevention of Disease is a Tooth Brush 411 through life health is affected by the condition of the teeth. Even the baby when cutting the teeth ha8 a dozen different indications of as many different ail ments. Keep the teeth clean, the mouth healthy and the throat clean and disease cannot enter your sys tem. There is more value in a good tooth brush daily used than in anything else. We sell Tooth Brushes of every class and character and size. They are good Brushes. They are, clean Brushes and well worthy of purchase. ' - - Drown's Drug Store ,. , 48 North Main Street e Skate Arrived We have just received a shipment of Skates that should have been here for Christmas. We now offer them at re duced prices to close out at once. These are the Skates you have all been asking for. 1 . A few Sleds, Skis and Snow Shoes left, which will also be closed out at reduced prices. - Buy now and save money. ( . The N. D. Phelps Co., Inc. t- A rfPf Till 511 Life Ins. Co. I 1 XjlAC lJLIL&iL of Hartford, Conn. t 2 : S 1 1 a, a a ft a Life, Accident and Health. Group Insurance for Employees. Partnership Insurance. y Joint Life Insurance (Husband and wife), Gauld & Robertson Exclusive Agents for Barre and Vicinity STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO ALL PARTS . ' New and used sleighs for sale at Cut ler Bros.' Jivery. 'Phone 100. Napoleon Baker, a l'luinneld barber, wag visiting friends here yesterday. Usual Saturday night dance, How land hall: Oilbertson's orchestra. adv. One more good used upright piano to be sold at a bargain. Uaiiey a music Rooms. Mrs. Winona Cormia of Milton is visiting friends and relatives in Barre for a few days. Lee Maiden of Keith avenue Is con fined to his home on account of illness and is under the care of a nurse. Mrs. Bessie Troup of Hartford, Conh is visit in? at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ueorge Uollamer ol wra street. Regular meeting of the Order of Vasa will be held in Odd Fellows' hall Jan. 10. Installation of officers and initiation. Paui Rigini of Smith street, a stone cutter, left this morning for Cincinnati, O., where he intends to pursue his trade. Mrs. Roy French, who has been visit :ng relatives in Burlington- for the past few days, has returned to her home in Barre. ..'. When in town, call at Cafe Shepard, the only place to dine in town. Lim ners, 50c. Keith avenue. Mrs,. F. 11. Hopkins. Etlo 'Prestini of the Houghton , A Robins provisional store, returned yes terday from a brief business visit in St. Johnsbury. Miss Katherine Prentice of Maple Grove street has returned from Milton after spending several days with friends and relatives in that place. E. X. Summers, who attended for a day the automobile show in New York City this week and later visited in Bos ton, arrived home yesterday. Notice to the Public -Gauld & Rob ertson are exclusive agents for the Etna Life Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. See adv. on page 5. adv. Miss Aurora C'asellini of Maple ave nue commenced her duties as stenog rapher In John W. Gordon's law office this morning, after a two weeks' vaca tion. The Universslist parsonage is under going considerable repairs, all the walls beinir repapered and painted; also the steam heating system is being put i first-class shape: The Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co! would suggest that this (Saturday evening, and Monday evening next, would be a good time for you to open your Christmas club accounts.? adv. John Mcljeod of hpringrieid, who has been working for Dix, contractor, who is putting up 40 new houses in ipring field, has returned to Barre for a few days' stay with friends and relatives, in the report of the installation i Graniteville, the name of Rev. C, Peter sen, D. D., of Websterville, was omitted as one giving a past at the reception Dr. Petersen responded most pleasingly Miss Dons Burke, -Mips Mildred der, Miss Cleora Reynolds, Mi Kva Smith and Miss Mary U lomasi were among the young people to attend the Burlington-hpaulding game in Burling ton last evening, Social dance Tuesday evening, Jan 20, Rowland hall, given, by the ladies' union of the Universalist church. Car roll's orchestra, six pieces. Dancing 8 to 1 ; $1 per couple, extra ladies 35c, iou are invited. adv. Miss Ruth Cleveland was tendered i linen shower Thursday evening in bon or of her approaching marriage to Pit Bertrand of Barre. The party was given at her home in St. Albans. She was formerly of Barre, havingjworked at the hurcka and Jack a restaurant. At 9:40 this morning firemen re sponded to a telephone call to 5ft Elm street, the house oceupied by Harley Bond and family, where a chimney fire was causing some uneasiness, lhe run to the house was made, in the large fire truck and the contents of a hand client ical subdued the flames in a short time. Mrs. Joseph Ladrie of 32 Nelson street received a letter yesterday from her brother. (Jeorire LaCasse of Van couver, d. i., sue nna not near a ironi him for more than 30 years and it was only by corresponding with a friend in that vicinity that she was able to lo cate his whereabouts and send him her address. He left home in Quebec about 40 years ago, On and after to-dar, the East Barre stable, known as the V. E. Hixby sta ble, will be under the management of F. H. Hopkins. All kinds of livery rigs to go anywhere, as well as conveyances for sleighing parties. Bring me your i colts to break now. All kinds of team ing and freight hauling from Barre. 1 also run the old Page livery at Barre, 'Phone 148. adv. Mrs. A. W. Allen announces the en gagement of her daughter, Willa Anne Marsh, to Douglas Kent Warner of Bristol, t'onn., and Brooklyn, X. Y. Mr. Warner is a graduate of the Sheffield Scientific school at Yale university, a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and at present is conducting as proprietor and manager a plant for the manufacture of artificial ice in Bristol, Conn. Miss Marsh is a Spaulding graduate and has been em TALK OF THE TOWN I Our Finnan Baddies Can't Be Beat I I M - You'll say so, too, after you 1 a 1 n M- ""J nave taueii unie,oniy. loc iu "te Fresh-opened Oysters, Lob- Fresh Haddock .... 18c-22c Cod, lb 18c-22c Cusk, lb 18c-22c n Halibut, lb j. . 14c Fresh Salmon, lb 40c Mackerel, tb .28c Herring 12ic Flounders 12 '2c Smelts, lb 23c ALL KINDS OF SALT AND SMOKED FISH Monadnock Mince Meat 10 cakes Export Borax Soap for Fop Corn .2 packages 25c . ." 30c .2 lbs. for 25c ployed in the onices of the American Silver company in Bristol for the past two and one-half years. There's only one man in Barre who doesn't care what the weather man sends us, and that is W. II. Ward. If it is winter and there is Blent v of snow his attention is absorbed in lumbering along the Barre-Clraniteville road. If there- is little or no snow he is busy and interested just the same, for then his interest centers about the ice crops of the Jockey Hollow mill pond. The latter has been his chief interest since Dec. 18, when a gang of 45 men began to harvet the crop of the cold winter nights. From Dec. 18 to 2T. 6.000 tons were stored away in the Ward Ice Co.'s large storehouse. During the past week 30 more men have been packing away 4.000 more tons qf ice in rakes 12 inches thick, the same as that of the first cut ting. To-dsy these men were engaged at the same work, for there are many ice houses, much smaller than the Ward ice house, which must be filled, among the neighboring rural districts and many in this city. These, of course, are owned by private parties who make contracts with the Ward Jce Co. to have their summer aupply laid by. The absence of snow has been a great asset to the ice industry, for little waste is necessary when there is little snow. At the first cutting on the pond the ice was 13 inches thick and at the second 14 inches. TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES JAN. 15 Changes desired must be made at once. New England Tel. & Largest lrne ot new and second-hand ranges and heaters Sn Barre at lowest prices. E. A. Prindle, Worthen block. Sports of all descriptions at the Meadow Brook Golf club carnival, Jan. 10; Carroll's orchestra, How land hall. adv. ,i Slightly used cabinet talking ma chine, with a supply of records, on sale at a discount this week at Bailey' Music Booms. Mrs. C. M. Bassett of Barre, but who Is employed in Brookfield, Is recovering from serious illness from Which she has been suffering for the-past few weeks. Fancy dancing,', children's class! three to ten years, now forming. Private lessons in ball room- dancing by ap pointment only. 'Phone 180-11. adv. Mr. and Mr. George Robins, who have been stopping at Hotel Barre since their marriage last October, are mov ing to the C. W. Averill home on Tra mont street to reside. The nature study class of the- Barre Woman's club will mffct with Mis Mary Carleton, 21 Highland ave nue, Monday evening, Jan. 12, at 7:30 o'clock. Bubjeet, "Common BirdU and Their Relation to Agriculture." Mrs. D. M. Spencer, better known as Marjorie Andrews,' arrived here from St. Regis Falls, N. Y., yesterday for a weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Andrews, of 47 Maple Grove street. Louis Cook of Second street and Wil liam Starr of Perrin street left this morning for Hartford, Conn., where thev both have relatives ill at the St. Francis hospital. , Bernard Starr, for merly of Barre, is suffering from pneu monia at that hospital. The manager of the pool, billiard and, card tournament team of the Apol lo club of Montpelier assured the Vin citiu. club last evening that he and his team would be here Wednesday even ing, Jan. 14, to meet the Barre club in the first tournament of the season. Hosea Tanner, a native of Orange and a strong advocator of the useful ness of cedar oil, is now diverting much of his spare time to the distilling of this product for the pharmacist shops of some of the large eastern cities. This product, so easily procurable in the cedar forests of Orange, has attained an enviable market price and for this reason Mr. Tanner is shipping large quanties of the oil to Boston and Xew York. Barre skaters will soon have skating accommodations at the Lincoln school campus on Hill street or on "Presiden tial Flat," near the Prospect street dis trict, since these places have been flood ed by workmen of the water depart ment during the. past tew days, This afternoon a volume of water ' will be turned onto the Ooddard tennis court as young men of the school completed yesterday the work of banking snow around it. Though nothing definite has been decided about the suggested Ayers street or Xorth Barre rinks, it is quite prohnble that these will be estab lished sometime during the coming week. V SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Time, and Places of Worship " . and Subjects of Sermons. , St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church ! David C. Huntington, rector. 2p, m.. ! Sunday school, 3 p. m., service and crmon. All invited. j Church of the Good Shepherd David U Huntington, rector. 8 a. in., holy communion. 10:,,0. morning prayer and sermon. 12 m., Sunday school. 7 p. m., service and address. Public welcome. Church of the Good Shepherd D. C. Huntington, rector. 10: U0 a. m., holy communion and sermon. 12 m., Sunday school. 7 p. m., service and sermon. Annual meeting inn. 12 at 7:30 p. m. Christian Science Church Service at 1 in., i c i i. i 1 iwitu . in., ouiuiay, oummy n-nuui ai. 12 m. Wednesday evening service at 7:30. Reading-room open on Tuesday,! lnursday and Saturday from 3 to o. 7 Summer street. East Barre Congregational Church Tames Ramage, pastor. Morning serv ice at 10:30 ; sermon topic, "Religion in the Home." Sunday school at ll:4.r. Christian Endeavor service at 7 p. m. All are cordially invited. Salvation Army Sunday school at 10 a. ni. " Holiness meeting at 11 a. m. Salvation meeting at 8 p. m. Salvation service every night next week at 8 o'clock, except Monday and Tuesday nights. All are welcome. Washington Baptist Church Dr. Christian Petersen, -pastor. Sunday school at -2 p. m. The pastor will preach at 3 subject, "The Heavenly Vision." We invite the public to come and worship with us in this homelike church. - , j . Italian Baptist Sunday School, Brook street Mr, Lehigh, superintendent, Sunday school at 3 p. m. each Sunday. Lesson for to-morrow, "Peter and John Heal a Lame Man," taken from Acts 3:1-16. All visitors are welcome. Y. P. S. C. E. follows Sunday school. . Berlin Congregational Church Frank Blomfield, pastor. 10:45 a. A)., service with Sermon by the pastors topic, "The Personal Satisfaction That Comes from Attending Church." Sunday school at noon. During the winter months, serv-1 Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Paf k Wakefield Adams Company Good Goods Good Service Successors to A. p. Abbott Co. FLANNELETTE GOWNS Ladies' Gowns Heavy (iuality Flannelette, good patterns in Fancy Pink and Blue . Stripes. Full-size Gowns and very warm and comfortable. Regular sizes, $1.98-$2.25. Extra sizes, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75. Children's Gowns Nice Quality Flannelette- in both White and Colored, sizes 2 to 14. Prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. SLEEPING GARMENTS In both White and Colored Flan nelette, $1.00, $1.25. INFANTS' GOWNS Of fine, soft, White Outing, each. 87c OUTING FLANNEL WHITE OUTING FLANNEL of several weights. Some very heavy and warm. 27-in. to 36-in. widths. Prices, 39c-59c-69c COLORED OUTING FLANNEL in attractive patterns. Heavy quality, 27-in. to 36-in. wide. Prices, 29c-39c-45c 188 n. Main st. The Daylight Store b. Y.- Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt. on the coldest days, is warm and com fortabie. A Barre-to-California party consist ing of seven people, left here yester day afternoon on the 3:10 train for Montreal, from whence they will leave for Chicago and the Santa Fe route. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Averill of Tre- mont street, together with their daugh ter, Mrs. R. C. Thayer, and husband of Cambridge, Mass.. will stop at Lo Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Averill to re main for a vear and a half, while Mr. and Mrs. Thayer will establish a per manent home there. .Mr. lnayer, a mining engineer, is interested n land of that country. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Young of the Montpelier road are going to pass the winter months at Kedland, Cal., with Mrs. Young's broth er, Arthur Cole, formerly of this city. Harold Patterson, who for the pan vear and a half ha been employed at the Kastman store, . left ior Olendale, Cal., to join his mother, for tha win ter months, at least. At a regular meeting of the I. O. O. I.., M. I'., last evening a large number of members from the Barre lodge and from the Royal Victoria lodge of (Jran iteville attended the initiation of eight new members and the installation of a new corps of officers and they are as followi: Past noble grand, Mrs. Katie Davidson; noble grand, Mrs. Maria Mitchell; vice grand, Mrs. Klvira (iu- dicl; permanent secretary, Mrs. Nellie Bianchi: elective secretary, Mrs. Mar guerite Carle; treasurer, Mrs. KInora 'aulkner; conductor, .Miss tiella itmith; warden, Miss Gladys Coiuolli; chaplain, Mrs. Kva (iamble; right supporter to noble grand, Mrs. Helen Stevens; left supporter to noble grand, Mrs. Maria Watt; right supporter to vice grand, Mrs. AnnaUell Milne; left supporter to vice trand. Miss Nellie campini; in side guardian. Miss (joidie Raeside; outside guardian, Miss Chicobi. The installing officers werj from the (Jranite ville lodge, the deputy being Mrs. An nie Murray and conductor from that lodge, Mrs. MarRae. After the instal lation of otlieers, refreshments were served and dancing was enjoyed into he evening. ices are held in the ladies' parlor, which,! who wish to worship with us. The an- f mial Dusiness meeting 01 me cnurcn will be held in the vestry Wednesday, i .. 1 1 -. an v M s k;a ;.. Hedding Methodist Epiacopal Church w'iu be' rM'd' C0lurtljnK the work roaiiey waert wptKy, pasior. worn- if year. An cttTT,elt invitation to ingservtce at 10:30 Rev. W &. Smith- mhfrH ,nil friends of the church era of Randolph will preach. Mr. bniith- to prMent. Ligllt refreshments will er was formerly a pastor here. There 4erve will be no probationers' class to-mor-j ' row morning, r.veiung service ai j, at which Mr. fSmithers will also preach. Sunday school at 11:45. Kp worth league" at 6. Prayer service Thursday at 7:30. Firtt Baptist Church Bert J. Lehigh, pastor. The pastor will preach on bun Flashlights. The man who can't take defeat well would never be very gracious in vic tory, ekhcr. The poorest workman is always the one who can't see the importance of day at 10:30 and 7 o'clock. Morning! what he is asked to do. subject, "Karnest Prayer Promptly An swered." Evening subject, "Compelling People." Bible school at Vt o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. service at . Prayer service on Thursday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation extended to all to worship with us. Websterville Baptist Church Dr. Christian Petersen, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30; subject, "The Call of the Lost." Evening service at 7t topic, "The Wage Question." The pastor will preach at both services. Sunday school at 11:30. Will every scholar please be present! The choir will assist the pas tor during the services, and we invite the public to come and worship with us In the little church with the big wel come. Graniteville Presbyterian Church Divine worship in the Presbyterian ! church at the usual hours next Sunday. The pastor Rev. Dr. Archibald, will preach In the morning on "The Exalted Christ" and in the evening on "Pauls Mcsssire to the Romans." The Sunday school will meet at tha close of morning worship. The pastor would esteem it a favor if the people would inform him of any rases of sickness or others on whom be should calL Congrcgatioaal Church F. L. Good speed. D. I)., pastor. 10:30. morning worship and preaching by the pastor; subject, "Ploughshares and - Pruning Hooks, or The" Higher AV'arfare." ni., Bible school for children and youth of all ages. 3 p. m., meeting of the juniors, conducted by Mrs. Kwen. 7 p. m., worship and sermon by the pas tor: subject, "Woman's Rights." Mid week service on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Public cordially invited to all these services. First Presbyterian Church W. McX. Kittredge, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30, with sermon from the theme. "The Ministry of the Higher Manhood." Sabbath school at 12 noon. Evening worship at 7, with sermon from the theme, "Bearing Burdens for Others." A licartv welcome is extended to all The man who has a sharp tongue should himself be keen enough to know when not to employ it. If women were to have their way always in this world, tba first thing thev would do would ne to see to it that every man got home in time for supper. Detroit tree 1'ress. Those Wags. "Ever eat any venison!" "About all f eat is dear." Boston Transcript. Jaynes Blood Making Pills Restore the blood to a rich, red color. Improve the appe tite. Stop palpita tion of the heart. Relieve neuralgia of pale persons. 100 Pills for 100 cents RusselPs The Red Cross Pharmacy Teacher' Pay. - It is with a good deal of pleasure that one reads the mayor's approval of the salary increase for Manchester's teachers. Even now, the educational staff of the city will not roll iu wealth, but it will be removed by several de grees from actual want, and, in fact, will be pretty well paid, according to the long-accepted standards. At the same time, the mayor calls the attention of the city to the need of more money by which this increase can be paid. This, of course, has not been overlooked. Nobody imagines that the teachers are to be paid with "stage money." Sot only here, but through out the state as well, this is a matter of earnest discussion. As one of the state officials who knows as much re garding our resources as anybody elsa put it to us the other day: "The teach ers deserve more money, and they must have it. But w have got to tap new resource of money before we can pay them much more than they are getting now. it isn t as it municipalities were turning out marketable products, iifto the price of which could be worked the increased cost of production. The city or town has all the wage problem of the industrial plant without the com pensating advantage of increased rev enue from sale of products. It has got to go into its own resources to meet the increasing demands. Well, it is good that Manchester lias taken hold of this matter courageously, brought the teachers' salaries up to the level of common decency, and tacitly declared for the finding of the money that shall pay the bills. It is a good example to set to such parts of the state as are still negligent of the claims of the teachers and, which is really of greater importance, the claims of the young people to the best education that can be provided for them. There, right at that point, is the pith and substance of the whole business. When we keep teachers' pay far below the point which attracts even thot-e who loves" to teach, and are willing to devote themselves to teaching so long as it is possible to live decently in the profession, we rob the children of edu cational opportunity. Wa simply begin a process that in the end would fill the teaching positions with "seconds" and "thirds," with persona who turn to teaching as a .refuge after failure to make good in other vocations. And we commit to mediocrities or less the voung persons whose whole future is being determined by their school train ing. That way, madness 'lies. No city or town can afford, even in dollars and cents, let alone all the higher values, to rob the child of his American birthright of a sound, elementary education. The way to provide it for him is to put enough money into this business to en able the competent teacher who would rather teach than do anything else, even although the remuneration is not on a profiteer basis to enable these to accept and keep the teaching position. It is quite the vogue now to talk about Americanizing the newcomers. It may be said, too, that while the folk who talk much and do little are talking on this subject, others are really doing something in this line. But what doth it profit a state if it Americanize all its immigrants and fail to provide those of it owu house with the fundamentals of Americanism! The biggest part of Americanization is done in the elemen tary schools, when these school are fuuetionine properly, and we can well afford to put all the money needed into the doing of this job in nrst-rate shape. Manchester Union. Electrical Wiring and Supplies P. SI. THE ELECTRIC STORE CARR, Prop. 11 Elm St., Barre; Tel. 557-M i SPECIAL PRICES on CALIFORNIA NAVEL ORANGES. 8L.Na.lST. tlm th beat. pr 4m. Sic, 4r. tSc, SOC FLORIDA SWEETS. r Cmn. ISC, T. ttc C GRAPEFRUIT, INDIAN RIVER FLOKIDA8. tlwy dM'l m4 lMraliif, I fr 15. f lor lkr. Iar sis 1 TANGERINES. om 4S LEMONS, fan . 4. BANANAS. 4am IS. 4 St, it MAI. Aft A GRAFFS. 9t JVe IMPOKTEf OLl'fT ER GRAPES. R HAND-PICkKD APPLES. iw prin by s"k- Bl Lk DATES for nlr. R. SSc F1CS. RAISINS. NITS W I1 ktesV Candy Specials TOASTED NIT KISSES, R YANfiO WHIRIS. 4w Mll A?FS KISSES. It. t ROYAL VANILLA CREAMS. Ik. . . Brm-rmttrr. w. kp rcW. fr.fc !! f f( H m EFT'S. OVFLL COVEL mi R18SFI L S CHOCOLATE, as ks r balk. Tb aalitr Is bwM, lb pnra riebb STEP IV 8TI RMT. Ol C1ALS WILL PLEASE TOV. , R PK- Keep Your Feet Warm With a pair of our Overshoes. Just the thing for. these cold days. Two and three-buckle for children, five buckle for ladies, and one and four-buckle for men. Cood line of Ladies and Men's Felt Shoes. ?vO2;er's Walk-Over Boot 3hop GOOD VALUES 1 Warner's Macaroni or Spaghetti, Cash and Carry 3 for 25c Potatoes at the store this week, per peck 53c N. B. C. Package Cookies at the store 17c Asparagus Soup at the store 4 cans for 23c Fearless Tomato Catsup at the store, each 15c Shredded Wheat at the store .2 for 25c 10 lbs. Rolled Oats, at the store, for 53c MEAT DEPARTMENT j Beef prices are very firm, but we offer our usual ! low price, quality considered. Round Steak, lb., 40c; Butt Steak, lb 28c i Butts, whole, nice for roasting, lb 25c Pork Sausage, bag, lb., 32c; Link, per lb 33c ! Pork Roasts, pig pork, per lb 2Sc, 34c and 3Sc Small Onions, a few for Saturday . .10 lbs. for 25c No. 1 Native Onions, per lb 6c, 3 lbs. for 25c j . Celery, Lettuce. Peppers, Parsley and Spinach. FISH DEPARTMENT Fresh Cooked Shrimp, Scallops. Gams in the Shell and by the pint Finnan Haddies and Fresh Haddock. Also plenty of Halibut and Salmon. Horse Radish, fresh grated, per pint Buy Flour Now We handle only the best grades: Occident, Lucky, Haversack or Snow Drop. Satisfaction guaranteed. The F. D. Ladd Company 23c The Smith '& Comings Co., Inc. BARRE FRUIT CO. CEO. MAMATTT. fr. jt Tel. Co.