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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1920.
Willow, Rattan and Fi bre Chairs and Rockers 1. FUMED RATTAN, 3-PIECE SUITE Chaise Lounge. Chair. Rocker, s A beautiful Suite for the bedroom. Com- fortable, Chaise Lounge tfith Chair and Rocker to match. 2. FRENCH WALNUT, 2-PIECE SUITE. Chair. 1 Rocker. ' 1 Dark upholstering with seat and back filled with goat's hair, making the most comfortable of Chairg. 3. SINGLE CHAIRS AND ROCKERS A few choice pieces in single Rockers and . Chairs. A line that is as near complete as is possible for us to make it. Let us show you what we have and con- vince you of their worth at our prices. B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS-BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Citjr rates urn horse-drlvn ambulant i datanc call at naaonabla ... terma. K. MACRAE No. io Mile Bldg, 'Pbona J34-M where every purchase means a saving OUR CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES THIS WEEK FINAL CLEAN-UP PRICES NOW ON ALL GARMENTS Every Coat and Dress must be sold immediately. Positively none carried over to another season. SMART, STYLISH WINTER COATS AT COST, and a few high-grade models at less than cost. Don't mis3 this final sale. . - CLOSING OUT SALE OF DRESSES Not a great many, but they are the newest styles. Two lots, choice $15.75 and $18.75 LADIES' FLEECED UNION SUITS, all Sizes, Clearance Price, $1.65 CHILDREN'S FLEECED VESTS AND PANTS, Clearance Price, 43c and 48c each JUST UP ONE) FLIGHT The small expenses mean a big savins te you , Electrical ' Wiring and Supplies TliUi ULfcUTmU STUICEi - I P. M. CARR, Prop. 14 Elm St, Barre; TeL 537-M ' T Skates Arrived 11 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. 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. pedals for Today Pop Corn, per lb. only 10c 10 cakes of Export Borax Soap for : 50c Salted Cucumber Pickles 3 lbs. for 25c Full Cream Cheese, per lb 45c Strictly Fresh Egg s, per dozen 85c Heinz Tomato Soup, per can 15c Florida Oranges, per dozen 25c to 50c Lemons, per dozen 1 40c Lenox Kerosene Oil 5 gals. $1.05 Monadnock New Seeded Raisins, per box .... 20c TALK OF THE TOWN 'C. C. Lewis of Randolph was In the city to-day on a short business trip. A banjo selection will be given by William Morrison at the carnival, Jan. Hi, Ilowland hall. adv. " Dean Gallison and F. G. Mmard re turned to Waltsfteld to-day, after pass ing the week end in Barre. Mr. and Mr. E. A. Drown have re turned from a trip to New York City, where, last week, they attended the auto shows. . Charles Kenyon of Burlington was a week-end visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N Kenyon, of Franklin Btreet. Mr. I.etand S. Little of the Williams- I town' road entered the City hospital Saturday, where she expects to unuergo an exploratory operation. Others are raising prices. We have lowered them, some patterns, as much as $10 a suit or overcoat. Better se the Royal Tailor man. adv. Miss Ha Cutler of Hartford, Conn., arrived in Barre Saturday and is visit ing at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Helen Cutler of South Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Beattie of Hartford, Conn,, who were called to this city Sunday by the death of Mrs. Ellen K. Beattie, return to their home to-night. ' Leap year dance, South Barre grange hall, Tuesday, Jan. 13. Admission, 75c a couple; extra gents, 25c. Refresh ments. Cutler's barge leaves waiting room at 7 -'); f0c a couple. adv. Miss Annie McHardy, who for the past six or seven months has been em ployed as assistant cashier at the Hom er Fitts company store, has finished her duties there and has taken a secretarial position with Barclay Brothers. Miss Christine Anderson of Mont real, who has been visiting friends and relatives in Barre for the past few days, has returned to that city, where she is employed. She has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Alex McHaflie of Harrington avenue. Wanted Ladies, gentlemen, misses and girls in the market for winter coats, to see our lines, we can i sen for $2." what has been for $.50, but can give as good values, cash or approved credit, as can oe ooiaineu norm oi Aew York Citv. Lanre assortment, fcacitier. 10 Keith avenue. Stanley Mudgctt of Aycr street was brought into juvenile court Saturday afternoon for a hearing on a petition surned by Grand Juror A. A. Sargent. the bov admitted violating a law of the state and after being reprimanded severely by the court, was committed to the custody and care of his father, Louis Mudgett, until further order of the court. i Frank Lawliss returned this morning to Burlington, where he attends the University of Vermont. Mr. Lawliss has been engaged for the past few days in taking census in the third district of Barre and was obliged to return tt his studies at the university before finishing the census. Lawrence Gau thicr was appointed to finish the tak ing of the census in the third district Before a large gathering of members in the assembly hall of the Granite Manufacturers association fMituruay afternoon. D. F. Pollard of Burlington, a former federal examiner in charge oi the office at Portsmouth, N. H., spoke on the income tax law. At the con elusion of his address the speaker an swered a number of questions pro pounded bv his audience. The meeting was the first of a series of Saturday afternoon meetings to be conducted by the association during the remaining winter months. Another meeting is planned for the coming Saturday, when It is expected that a speaker with a message of general interest to granite manufacturers will be present. Woman's Club Concert Tuesday After-noon. The following is the program to be given at Howland ball Tuesday after noon, Jan. 13, at 3 u'clock by Airs. Val lie Barrett Hovey, contralto, and Mr. Spitzcr, violinist, with Mrs. K. J. Baton elder as accompanist, under the aus pices of the Barre Woman's club: I. (a) "For a Dream's Saks," Frederick H. Cowen (bj "A Little Bit o' Honey," Carrie Jacob Bond c) ,-Gray Days'' Noel Johnson Mrs. Hovey. . II. (a) 'Largo". Handel (b) "Humoreske" Tor Aulin Air. Npitzer HL . (a) "What the Chimney Sang," Gertrude Griswold (bl "Trouble"' Carrie Jacobs Boud (c) "Look Down, Dear Eyes," Howard Fisher Mrs. Hovey IV. "Caprice'' Ke'Icr 'Bela Mr. SpiUer V. (a) "I Iove You" (adman (bi "Sweet Little Woman o' Miie," Bartlett (e "The Lightning Bug," John Barnes Wells (di "The Gypsy Trail" Galloway Mrs. Hovey Members of club admitted on club tickets. Others, 25 cents. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN The Smith & Comings Co., Inc. A. W. Badger & Co. A NEW AND LT-TO-D TE AUTO AMBULANCE TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FARM-HAKb-WANTErWould-likmar-rtwd vaa to liw in our family : could iret alone wita I small child; write to "Protec tant," rara Timea oftW. XtOtS WANTED TWEKTY-FIVK YOl'NG WOKEN FOR A LARGE SILK MAN IFACTIRING COMPANY, NEAR HARTFORD, CONN.; EXI'ERIENCE NOT NECESSARY: THE WORK IS STEADY, WEIX PAID. LIGHT AND ;t EAN. t'NDEKC.OOD LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS ; COMPANY BOARDING HOISE KOR GIRLS WITH HOARD AND ROOM FOR S.s rr.n week.- transportation WILL PK PAID AND BOARD AD VANCED: NO LABOR TROUBLE: WRITE IF INTERESTFD. AND OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL AR RANGE FOR N INTERVIEW; ADDRESS CHENEY BROTH F.S. EM PLOYMENT BI REAU.60LTH MAN CHESTER. CONN. 2t WOOD. ORD AND BLOCK, dry Maaonnl. frr al ia rr Jn, imiwl'tlf JHIvery, f . K (Wtna : Hov la. Jonoviilc. Vt. ;! CANVASF.kf i-ADY. to Uk nnUn "or trait: :itu rWnr uanimtur; - oo--'f' 1. 1. r wnd cwit!"x ; m Mr. Taylor at Wa'Biaa Hoaaa, ITS Maia atrtt. Harm .613" ONE BED-SETTER d J tartar whiiw m"i w"il: '.lead? ioaa ; N. Pela4 Or... KortrnVid. Vt. ltS FIRSTS LAS.-5 BOARD LAWYER aat4: aten romp rook: Mctaarrcd Lunbtr r v. r,, vi. ?sn FOi: SAI.r: -Oo" n Irrrd "Mofct-.n ball. r 1T f r VrM rv-r ; 1 wmrrwd "jwrs. r tu'' ralf. $ mcinw o-d. n extra k- ' : . 1- a anrebcT nwf "r-tr ' 1M' Uia twit n)m that r will til rftrap m tKt IW room; H iil ray tbrwo tf . mi are n the market ; tWif breeeV me eat: A. T. Smith Son. Barre. Vt.. tei. M. Special bargains iu embroidery. Lit tle Dry Good Store, Cottage street, off Main.- ".'i .' , Miss Minul Anderson of Albany, X. V".; is a guest of Mrs. II. U. Cass of Washington Street. . Sports of all descriptions at the Meadow Brook Golf club carnival, Jan. 16 j Carroll's orchestra, Howland hall, adv. . . . Begular meeting of Minnehaha en campment, Xo. 2, Tuesday evening at 7:30. Election of trustees. Work, gold en rule and royal purple degrees. The ladies' union of tlws TreBbyterian church will hold their regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Peter Park, 77 Franklin street, Tuesday even ing, Jan. 13, at 7 o'clock. Ladies, please iotice the change of the hour. GRANITEV1LLE There will be no singing school on Tuesday night. John McLeod, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Murdo McLeod, and Mrs, Carrie Stebbins of Lisbon, N. II., were united in marriage Saturday evening by Rev. Bert J. Lehiah of Barre. They are spending a few days with Mr: McLe.od's parents before going to Springfield, where Mr. McLeod is employed. K. N. Aldrich has recently purchased a Ford truck for delivery. W. K. Miles left to-day for Rutland to spend a few weeks on business. A son was born Jan. 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Henry C'oxon.. Malcolm McAuley returned Saturday from a week' visit to Boston and vi cinity. George Cornell returned last week from the Barre City hohfiital, where he was detained by injuries received at the Wetmore-Morse granite plant sev eral weeks ago. Mr. Cornell's hand is recovering somewhat slowly from the effects of having a forefinger ampu tated and two other ringers badly jammed. Mrs. Dickie of Trow hill is viitin her daughter, Mrs, Neil Daniels. MONTPEL1ER Harry Miller, who has been serving time in the county jail for larceny of a gun from Mrs. Georgia Bianchi in Barre, was taken the last of the week to Franklin, N. II., where he was want ed on the charge of larceny. The chief of police from that city came to Mont pelier to get the man. Miller had just completed his minimum sentence of two months when the ollicer arrived to tak him to New Hampshire. A pardon had to be granted by Governor Clement be fore he could be taken out of Vermont. The report of the accident in which Dry E. H. Bailey's automobile was in volved has been reported to the secre tary of state. The report states that the automobile got into a rut while be ing driven between Barre and Granite ville and that it ran into a dump cart of W. E. Druge before the driver could stop the automobile, breaking portion of the dump cart. The report of W. X.. Clark of East Montpelier ou running into something on River street in Mont pelier has also been received. This oc curred the 0th of the month. The re port Is very complete, except that it docs not tell what the automobile ran over. . The fire department was called out about 4:40 o'clock Sunday afternoon for smoke in the postoflice. When they reached the place the front door was locked and Chief Persons had to make an entrance through the back part of the building. The smoke was in the marshal's room. It had kicked buck from tb chimney, rilling the .room with smoks and causing the alarm to be rung., Owing to the nose of the nor. zle being open a . little, water was thrown on the floor before the nozzle could be closed. Merrill II. Bulklin of Warren has set tled his account as administrator of the estate of Milo H. Bulklin, late of Warren. William M. F.ecue of Mont pelier has settled his account in pro bate court as administrator of the es-tat-of J. D. l'ecue, late of Montpelier, Adjt.-Gen. H. T. Johnson has gone to Boston and Washington, V. C, in the interests of the state. Peter Naotii and Miss Maria Olgiatti of Montpelier were married about 1 o'clwk Saturday morning by Justice of Peace J. G. Brown at their rooms on Sibk'y avenue, in the presence of a few 1 1 icnds of tlie contracting parties. The bride is a daughter of Angelo Olgiatti. ' A marriage license has been issued "Again the shadow falleth on the bv the citv clerk to Clarence Holmes dial-plate of time-' and another pleas- iani Mary Lee of 1 State street, ant and prosperous year for the Moth-1 Montpelier. era' club has passed. Five members i total of $Si,000 was collected bv the secretary of state for automobile Wotice. Regular meeting of branch No. 12, Q. W. I. U. of N. A., -evill be held in Miles' hall on Wednesday, Jan. 14, at 7 o'clock. Installation of officer. J, H. Cox on, Cor. Sec. PLALWIELD have joined the club the past year. The annual meeting for the election of offi cers wns held with Sorina NeiWn Thursday forenoon, Jan. 8. The fol lowing officers will serve for the coming year: President, Sorina Neilsen; vice president, Myrta Cummins; secretary and, treasurer, Sarah Baldwin; literary committee, Bessie rarnhamj reporter, Alice Batchelder; amusement commit tee, Bessie Farnham, Maude Bartlett, A nice Bartlett, Mildred Paige.. A de licious dinner was served, after which the routine business was transacted. A humorous story was read by Bessie Farnham. The club adjourned to meet with Sarah Baldwin Thursday fore noon, Jan. 2f. W ORLD PROHIBITION IS NOWTHE AIM Powerful Propaganda Is Expected to Be Started By Convention Now Assembled in Washington Washington, D. C, Jan. 12. In dou ble celebration of the approaching birth of America's first saloonlcss year and the quarter century anniversary of the International Reform bureau, the an nual convention of various national re form societies, which was inaugurated yesterday by special "requiem" over the body of "John Barleycorn'' to-day formally convened in sensicn. Advocacy of world prohibition by a powerful campaign of propaganda, it is expected, will be presned by leading re formers before the convention. Form ulation of a program of future reform, including revision of existing divorce laws, crusorkhip of motion pictures. and suppression of the interstate trans mission of ndrse racing oddH, also was announced. HARD ON WEALTHY GERMANS. Lot of Multi-Millionaires Will Not Be Easy Under Tax Scheme. Berlin, Jan. 12. The lot of the mul ti-millionaire in Germany will be a hard one .under the new emergency levy and income and inheritance taxes. Dr. Felix Pinner, financial writer of the Berlin Tgealatt, estimates that un der these taxes a German industrial fortune of 10.(MK),(SH) marks would be reduced by 1025 to 3,114,000 mark.. This would mean that the state hsd taken nenrlv 7,ouo,noo marks by vari ous forms of taxation designed to solve the tif mentions financial problem w.-uch Germany fsce. Of the amount so col lected by the state. Dr. Pinner esti mstes that 2,827.000 marks would be taken as taxes 'in war profits whil? the emergency levy wnufd take 2,7-17,- 000 marks. This- would leave the mil lionaire about 5,500,000 marks at the end of the 30-year period in which this levy would be eollected. Dr. Pinner point out. however, that the older inilu-trial leaders who owu most of the German industries prob ably would die in the Mm 10 years of the 30-year period, whereupon that part of the levy then remaining un paid would be taken by the state. If the owner of this fortune were to d.e, ay in 1025 and should leave but one son, the son woulj have to pay o the state a inheritance tax 1.2S9,. 000 marks. The balance after all taxa tion had been completed is placed bv Dr. Pinner at 3.114.000 marks, which the family of the industrial leader would have left to continue their busi ness. The Tageblatt's rominentator points out that this would be insufficient to continue an industry which in peace time had required a capital of indus trial concerns by over-severe liquida tion of their wealth. "The liifrh capi tal taxes will mi off the limb upon which income and industrial taxes should ait," c.mclud:" Dr. Pinner. Seme Party! Bsvl.ir County Banner "The party at W. C. High's Monday was not en joyed so well, on acc-ount of no one be uiff there." Boston TranwTipt. Notice Keular m"4ing of lumpers. boer licensing in the first eight days of Jlhis year, against $43,000 collected in'the same length of time in 1!II9. Two days this month are" not yet accounted for, because the clerks have been unable to catch up with the, applications that have reached the office, and when they have been checked up the amount re ceived in the first 10,days of the month will exceed the total amount collected for the entire month of January, 1010, which was 03,0o0. The large increase in licensing of automobiles this year Is in part probably due to the weather conditions, while it may be also due to a larger number going to operate auto mobiles this season. A total of 3,500 cars have been registered thus far, and 4,0ts o(erators' licenses have been is sued. There wre total of 162 state cases disposed of in Montpelier city court in IfHSI. Of that number 72 were intoxi cation cases, and a checking of the books shows an interesting state of af fairs, namely, that there were 4S in toxication cases before the court in the first six months and 24 cases, or one half the above number, in the last six months of the year. From thisrec ord alone it would appear that after prohibition came into effect July 1, liUO. the excessive use of liquor was reduced at least one half in Montpelier. A meeting of the old members of Co. II occurred in the armory sumiay afternoon at which committee was named to confer with a similar com mittee from the Montpelier post of the American Legion relative to the furni ture which the Co. II organisation owns being given to the Legion. The com mittee is composed of Messrs. Butterfly, R iyniond Paine and David Spicer. Thej company has about $1IK) worth of properly and proposes io give me aame without limitations to the Legion. The matter of the Archie Farnsworth famiiy came to the attention of the state'board of charities and probation Saturday and Miss Lena Rons of the department investigated the family with the result that an effort will !e made to place one of the children in the preventorium in Esiex. She had influ enza last winter and although 14 years of age weighs only 83 pounds. She needs attention, according to the re port, at once. The police and overseer nf'noor are working on the problem, The father has left the family and gone j to Springfield. The overseer was in conference to-day with Watcrbury oftl eials, where the family used to live. Word was received hero this morning of the death of John A. Mead, ex -gov- j cinor of Vermont, which occurred Utir- j ing tl.'O morning at Rutland. It as this Mi. .Mead that was so critically ill j last Saturday. The reporter was given i to understand Saturday by a atale oilf- j ciaI that it wa Kev. ilr. :.tcd f Montpelier. ' i SAVING FRENCH ANTIQUES. Many Piece: of Furniture Hav Been Sent to Museum. , Paris, Jan. 12. Historic piece of furniture and those which hove the merit cf being ancient have been col lected from various governmental of fices by order of Premier Clemenceati and sent to the Museum of Decorative Arts. Among them are a secretary and a desk owned by Louis XV, a Louis XIV. id.' board and a wonderful screen of the same period. M. Clcnienewiu wished to preserve these souvenirs as he i able to recall an occaslou when a minister of war got rid of a piece of furniture which a dealer in antiquities bought for about 100 francs, had re paired and aoonvsold for 30.000 francs. 0TJR MOST EASTERLY DAILY. The Aroostook Daily News Make Its Appearance To-day. Hmilton. Me Jan. li The Aroo stook Iai!y News, the easternmost daily in the country, make its initial appearance here to-night. It is pub li.hed by the Arostck Publi-ning rotnpany of which S. L. White is pres ident. J. Haooc!!. vice-president, and P. L. Rldeout. tressurer. The f sper i a me::iher of the Ao- e'ste-J Pre and receives the fu'.I leased ' wire servh-e. Jok re. the edit ir, a Rockland Reading Framinghara Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Servica . Successors to A. P. Abbott Co. FLANNELETTE GOWNS Ladies' Gowns Heavy quality Flannelette, good patterns in Fancy Pink and Blue Stripes. Full-size Gowns and very warm and comfortable. Regular sizes, $1.98-$2.23. Extra sizes, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75. M 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. 87c each. OUTING FLANNEL l'- 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 n. Main st. The Dayligli t Store v Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barrer Vt. EAST ORANGE Kt-tus Rock waa in East Barre on business Friday. Will Moore and wife of Plaiiineld were visitors at Hilas Howen'a recently. Bessie Dexter is staying with her grandmother, Mra. II. F, MU1 for while. Fred Brooks was In Bradford on business recently. Mrs. Bernard Simpson and infant daughter have returned home. School began the 5th for the winter term. O. L. Hutchinson was in Barre re cently. ' The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trombly is ill with pneumonia. Mra, E. L. Sanborn was a Barre vis- itor last week. Mrs. Aaron Richardson of Washing ton visited Mrs. Mary Ann Bishop re cently. James Rouhan of South Barre was a business visitor in town recently. Leroy Prescott of Waits River was in the place Thursday. Mrs. Jane Fish was a Barre visitor recently. Mrs. Mayuard Williams of West Topsham was in the place recently. C. M. Colby was Barre business visitor the last of the week. WILLtAMSTOWN Boys and girls, listen! There is to be a social especially for you in the Con gregational . church parlors to-morrow evening, Jan. 13, at :.'0. Games of all kind will be played,, refreshments served and good time enjoyed. All young people cordially Invited. WAITSFIELD Big Event for G. A. R. and American Legion, With 130 Attending. One of the' most plesaant, interest ing and successful social events in a long time was experienced in Waits field Friday, Jan. 0. when the annual O. A. R. dinner was Md in the Con gregational vestry with the Americas Legion as honored guests. Over 130 members of Ainsworth post, friends and invited guests enjoyed a most excellent oyster dinner, after which the following program was car ried out: A prayer by Rev. W. A. Remele and solo by Clyde Haird were followed by a letter from Dora Stod dard Eddy, who paid loving tribute to the memory of her father, who was a member of this post, and assured friends here of her love and remem brance at this annual occasion. Special mention should be made of two original poems written by Flor ence Boyce Davis on the recent war, which she read in ber charming man ner. Walter Gaylor, local American Le gion commander, gave a abort talk on the purpose of the national legion, its ork aad plans, followed by a few sin cere, helpful remarks by Mr. Remele in his usual inspiring way. After a solo by Mr. Tilton, the whole company united in singing "America." This occasion was significant because it occurred on Capt. and Mrs. It. -V Busbnell'a 33d wedding anniversary. A cake made by Mrs. Thomas Meburon and a bouquet of flowers were present ed them as tokens of the anniversary. It was also the 4id anniversary or the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Oramel Joslin. But fiv veterans were able to at tend: Capt. H. X. Bushnell, Wells Palmer, Levi Seaver, Asa Corliss of Fayston and Hiram Martin. Three will ows wero present: Mrs. Abia Campbell. Mrs. Klizabcth Pierce and Mrs. David Loveland. Ten members of the legion , were in attendance: S. K. Debbevillc. Albert Blood. Clarence Lavarnway. Maurice Marble, Clyde Baird, Roy Xeill, Guy Boyce, Charles Warren, Philip Bisbee, Walter Gaylord, and one .Canadian soldier, a. C iiiton. j There also 10 Sons of Veterans: i John Saunders, Bert Savage, Arthur Po land, John Martin, Thomas Mehuron, !Fred Goss, Fred Wilder, Vern Pierce, Dan Somevrille and John Kingsbury: and five daughters. Mrs. Belle Kings bury, May Joslin, Ida Tucker, Mattie Kennedy- and Miss Alice Bushnell, were nresent. j It was a day long to be remembered and the surviving membera of the post wish to thauk Sous, the American Le gion, all helpers and participant who in any way assisted in making this red letter day for them. The committee in charge, composed of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Poland, Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas Mehuron and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Savage, deserve a great deal of credit for the affair' complete suc cess. A. B. Tucker is again suffering with sciatic rheumatism. A neighborhood gathering to the number of 25 was held at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dana on Jan. The evening was pleasantly spent with 'games, after which refreshments w re served. The many friends of Miss Lulie Jone. are glad to know she is able to be til ting up and to do without her nursa Largest Ime ot new and aecond-hsnd ranges and heaters in Barre at lowest prices. E. A. Prindlo. Worthen block. Come In and See This New WINTON SIX if: ,4! f We will be pleased to give you a demonstration. This is the car you have been waiting for. Oldsmobile Co of Vermont snd derri-kmen' branh. No. ill 'former Te newpaer man. erved be held ia Worthen bloik Jan. 1.1 at during the war at the navy radio te- 7: as. tiv.ng station here. Jaynes Blood Malting Pills Restore the blood to a rich, red eolor. Improve the appe tite. Stop palpita tion of the heart. Relieve neuralgia of pale persons. 100 Pills for 100 cents Russell's The Red Cross Pharmacy M onday Special Dutch Cleanser for 23c 3 Old Dutch Cleanser for Special price for to-day only from our Fish Department window Dried Peas and Beans We have just received a fresh lot of 1919 crop Peas and Beans for soup and baking. Scotch Green Peas 3 lbs. for 25c Whole White Peas 3 lbs. for 25c Whole Green Peas 3 lbs. for 25c Yellow Split Peas, per IT) 10c Pea Beans at the store, per lb 10c Yellow-Eye Beans at the store, per tb 10c Soldier Beans at the store, per lb 10c 10 lbs. of Rolled Oats at the store 55c Gutchess Prepared Mince Meat, per pkg 10c Monadnock Mince Meat. 2 pkgs. for 25c The F. D. Ladd Company