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THE BARRE DAILY TIDIES, BAKRE, .VT., . FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1920.
1 I he I. BRASS, WOOD AND" IVORY BEDS Imitation Mahogany Steel Bed. II. A GOOD SPRING makes a good bed. IDEAL, WAY SAGLESS (guar anteed for 25 years), NATIONAL (our old stand by). f III. A GOOD MATTRESS on a good . spring makes an ideal bed. Hair, Silk Floss, Rosefelt, Wonderfelt and oth- : ers. .. -V IV. These colds night call for extra bed coverings. t ,v Comforters, $4.00 to $8.50. Pillows: Live Goose, Half Down and Chicken Feathers, from $2.50 to $6.50. B.W. Hooker &Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICB City rates tarn at horae-drivca ambulance; diatane calli at raaaonabla term. ,98 Pair Mail orders filled. 150 pairs Men's, Women's and Children's Overshoes, Leg gings, etc. , have been placed on sale. Look for the big table in the center of our store. It is just chuck full of bargains. Shea's Shoe Store i3BGE Stop That Leak IN YOUR RADIATOR We have a RADIATOR NEVERLEAK that will stop all ordinary leaks in an automobile radiator, making a per manent repair. Guaranteed not to be injurious or to clog and impair cooling system. Simply add a few ounces to the water in your radiator, run the engine about 10 minutes, and the NEVERLEAK does the rest. As an anti-freeze, alcohol may be used with NEVER LEAK without danger. Guard against future leaks by purchasing a can of this high-grade preparation. Guaranteed satisfaction, price right. Special quotation on resale requirements. The N. D. Phelps Co., Inc. Hardware, Quarry and Mill Supplies TALK OF THE TOWN Saturday is Bargain Day at Shea's Shoe Store We have just received another lot of Women's Sample Boots; color, Gray; high-cut, lace, Cu ban and Military Heels. Sizes to 4Y2 A to D. Retail for $12.00 to $14.00. Gage A Gage office will done at T i3W to-niglit. adv. Buy Victor records and iilieet music at Bailey's M:mic Rooms. Auction sale at City Auction Market Saturday. See adv. adv. Regular Saturday night dunce, How land hall; Gilbertaon's orchestra. ady. Discount on all staple goods this week at the New Dry (Joods Store on Pearl street. A regular meeting of the I. O. O. L., M. V., will be held in K. of 1". hall Fri day, Jan. 24, at 7 o'clock. Alias Kathleen LeBaron will give you a couple hours of real enjoyment at llowland hall Tuesday evening, Jan. 27. adv. Truman Robinson of St. Albans, who was called here bv the death of Trust- man Robinson, a brother, has returned I to his home. ' j Here is another good time, the leap Year dance, which will be held in the Socialist hall Saturday evening, Jan 24. Carroll's orchestra. adv. John Molla and Wendell Drown freshmen at Dartmouth college, Han over, N. H., came to their homes in this city yesterday, afternoon to pass the week end. , D. F. Pollard of Burlington, income tax specialist, who two weeks ago spoke at the Granite Manufacturers' association hall, is passing several days in the Barre district on business. Frank Murphy, sou of Mr. and Mrs. J. -Edward Murphy of 98 Merchant street, has accented a position at the shipping board department in Wash ington, D. C, leaving here last night to begin duties in a clerical capacity. John B. Magnaght of the Preabrey Coykendall Co. left to-day to attend the annual meeting of the firm at the New York office, he being one of the firm. Next week he plans to attend the state convention of the New York Re tail Monumental Dealers' association. Baldness can be prevented easier than it can be cured. Stop falling hair and dandruff, and prevent baldness by us ing Parisian Sage; best for the hair. Sold by K. A. Drown & Co. on guaran tee of money back if not satinfied. adv. Show your interest in our young peo ple by going to the Salvation Army hall this evening at 8 o'clock to listen to Staff Captain William B. Sowers of Hartford, Conn., divisional young peo ple's secretary for southern New Eng land. 1 wo babies will be given away. Perhaps you 'will get one. Come and see. At a recent meeting of the Guild of St. John the Baptist Kpiscopal church of Webstervillc,. the following officers were elected: Mrs. Robert Coxon, president; .Mrs. William Karle, vice- president; Mrs. Hugh Kaycraft, treas urer; Mrs. T. N. Ri'ey, secretary. The same ladies, organized a a mission ary society, elected Mrs. Andrew Moore as' president. Mrs. W. J. Kdwards, vice president, Mrs. T. S. Riley,. treasurer and Miss Pearl Raycraft, secretary. Each society will meet once a month. Stores in Barre, that is nearly ail of them, will not be open on Monday evenings after 8:30 o'clock, beginning Feb. 1. Thus far 45 concerns have mu tually consented to close shop, there by eliminating the Monday night shop ping, and, of course, making shorter hours for the clerks, this proposition has been under consideration for sev eral weeks though not until this large majority had signed the paper passed around was any action taken. Stores dealing in all wares, most all of which are on Main street, are willing to a ban don the old custom of keeping open their shop, for it is felt that shopping will automatically be taken care of during the day hours, as soon as the public gets accustomed to the change Henceforth, except for some concerns, stores will be open from the various opening hours in the morning until 5:30 in the evening every working day in the week except Saturday, when they will remain open until 9:.'10 as usual. This change in closing hours comes as another one of several since 1880. At that time, when there were fewer stores, shops were open until 10 every night. On Saturday evening, when residents of Websterville and Graniteville joined the throng of Rarre people to hear the Saturday night band concerts given during the summer months in the city park, it was fre quently 12 o'clock before many of the stores found it possible to close doors for the week end. In 1889 a mutual agreement was made to give clerks one night off duty each week by clos ing shops. This later changed to two nights, three nights and so; on until the present schedule. TALK OF THE TOWN Ladies, read Shea's adv., page it. adv Gage &. Gage office will close at T:iM to-night. radv. Miss Mary Maeanley of Keith avenue visited friends and relatives iu Water bury yesterday. . Miss Viola Lascor returned home yes terday after a few days' stay in St. Albans and vicinity. Beginning Sunday, Jan. 25, the price of all New York Sunday papers in Barre will be 12c adv. Here is another good time, the leap year dance, which will be held in the Socialist hall Saturday evening, Jan. 24. Carroll's orchestra. adv. State Fire Marshal A. G. Preble this morning asserted that nearly $2."0,()()0 fire damnge had occurred in the state of Vermont during the past week. Jack Sattanio, an employe of Catto brothers, received serious Injuries to his riiht arm while cranking a Ford car yesterday and as a result will be de tained from his work for a few days. Faulie Reglini, a baker in one of the local Italian bakeries, sustained bruises about the back and head yesterday when the horse which he 'was driving became unmanageable and ran away. , Off to St. Albans started the Spauld ing high school basketball team this uiorninir. where to-night it will meet for the first time this year the St. Al-; bans high school team in a league! game. With Coach William . Stuart i were: James Murphy, Clarence Carpen- j ter, Loraine Dcnsmore, James Me-) n. ,..,,!., ii,-,,,.., ,i it;,rj On the Merlo alleys this evening the I VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid ' troubles are most dangerous be cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking COLD MEDAL The world'a standard remedy for thaaa disorders, -Will often ward off these dis eases and strengthen the body against further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Leek foe tit wn Cold Medal on ary bos ud aecapt no tantalum -.-...-. ......... ... i,,. SO EASY! LIKE ROLLING OFF LOG Sore, touchy corns stop hurt ing, then lift right out with fingers Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams -Company Good Service Successors to A. P. Abbott Co. mich-talked-of bowling match between the "chesty" young bowlers of Tosi's ncadcmyi and the team of the Italian Pleasure club will be staged, beginning at 7:30. These younger players who have been defeated but once this year will be opposed by a team composed of T. Gabaloni, C. ditto, I). Mcknight, A. Calcagni and Paul Scampini, ail vet eran bowlers. S. Hullister Jackson, who for the past week has been attending state conventions of the Hetail Monumental Dealers' association of T You corn-pestered men and women j nerd sutfer no longer. Wear the shoes ; that nearly killed you before, says the Cincinnati authority, because a few drops of freestone applied directly on a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once and soon the corn loosens so it can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. A quarter ounce of freezone cost very little at any drug store, but is sullicient to take off every hard or soft Massachusetts i corn or callus. This should be tried, as and Connecticut as a representative of j it is inexpensive and is said not to in- the Barre Quarriers and Manufacture flame or even irritate the surrounding ers' association, is expected to return ' tissue or skin. After you lift away the to-day to pass tfie week end at his home before going to New York on Monday to be present at the N'ew York state dealers' annual convention. The Blue Ribbons will leave to-night for Woodburv, with the purpose in mind of invading the basketball court of the Woodbury quintet. The Blue Ribbons are a snappy aggregation but will meet with a strong defense up in the small town. Quarrymen of that locality take great interest in sports end the local players will charge ayainst a husky and speedy bunch of players. James F. Smith of Barre has assumed his new duties as traveling freight and passenger agent for the Mnntpelier A Wells River railroad, with office in Montpelier. He succeeds C. D. Waters, who recenuv u appoinieu iranic manager for the Barre Vitamers troublesome eorn or callus the skin un derncath is as pink, firm and healthy , as the plam of your hand. Adv. j WAR CLAIMS. Seasonably Quick Adjustments Now Being Secured. are All who have claims relating to allot ments and allowances, compensation, government insurance, deceased sol diers' effects and pay, Liberty bonds, travel pay, vocational training or any other matter in connection with their service are reipieted to communicate with this office. Reasonably quick ad justments are now being secured. The American Legion will see to it that ev ery tterson gets their just due from the 4 j government Special for Saturday LADIES' HEAVY COATS 15 (only) to close $25.00 Prices were $29.50 to $49.00 CRIB BLANKETS Full size, to close '$1.19. Regular price, 1.65 V REMNANT SALE STILL CONTINUES NEW SPRING PERCALES Just received. Very attractive patterns. See window 188 N. Main St The Daylight Store Vt-tmont I : : : ; ; A J Gardner Clinton Wofeurn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt. I TALK OF THE TOWN Largest line of new and second-hand; ranges and heaters in Barre at lowest j prices. K. A. rrindie, ortnen biocK. j WASHINGTON Universalis! church Rev. C. A. Sim mon. pastor. Xext Sunday will be young people's day in the l'niveralit denomination and the pastor will preach a sermon appropriate to the day. A large attendance is desired. Sundav school at noon. Manufacturers' association. Mr. .Smith has had long experience in railroading with the Montpelier A Wells River railroad, during which he was freight agent in Barre, afterwards holding other responsible positions with the company. All who have been in the service are advised to have their discharge certi ficates received in their respective towns. Y.. W. (Jibfton, War work officer, American Legion. Brauleboro, Vt., Jan. 21 OBSTINATE COUGHS When resistance is lowered and you come down with a cold that runs into an obstinate cough, your trouble is more than surface deep. You need mo mm an easily absorbed tonic-nutrient, mixed with your blood to nourish and enable you to get a fresh hold on strength. For nearly fifty years Scott's has been helping break up colds by building up strength. Try It! The exrtaaic rode of rod-livrr eft used in Scoct'a EiauUkm la the famous '8- & U. Proccaa," roadt in Norway and refined ia our own American Laboratories. It is a guarantee of purity and patatabilitr uaaurpaaacd. Scott & Bowoe, Bloom'ficld, N. J. 19-19 PROGRAM FOR THE i Grand Burns; Concert ! Under the Auspices of the i Men's Club, at the j First Presbyterian Church Tuesday Evening, Jan. 27 at 7:45 o'clock Engines lor tvery Duty Wood is one of the highest priced commodities You have itl Start sawing now! Send for Catalog 6S on these well-tried rigs BRACKETT, SHAW AND LUNT COMPANY 1 Washington Street, Boston Somersworth, N. H. POWEP WATER LIGHT kyZf&fSvUn iordn GOOD FIS VALUES HADDOCK, per lb 18c-22c COD, per lb. 18c-22c CUSK, per lb 18c-22c HALIBUT, per lb 40c FRESH SALMON, per lb 40c FRESH MACKEREL, per lb 28c FRESH HERRING, per lb 122c FLOUNDERS, per lb 12'2c SMELTS, per lb 20c FINNAN HADDIES, per lb 17c Barge will leave oppoaite on liall for r.ast ght at C:30. i Special communication of t Granite lodge, So. 35, F. and I A. M.. Friday, Jan. i3. at 7 p'i p m. Work, M. 31. degree. This will he the annual past mater' night. After the work, refreshment will be served in the banquet hall. Per order W. M. S - 1 1 .. 1 . Warning for City Meeting IO Tl J. Saturday Only As we are discontinuing the Goodrich line of Hot Water Bottles and Syringes We will sell them at 33 1-3 per cent discount while they last. These goods are not imperfect in any way and will carry our guarantee, even with this large discount. Cummings & Lewis 1 DRUGGISTS 54 North Main Street liarre, Vermont Select ed Songs by a Double Quartet J Song Selected ....Mr. James Bennett, Song "My Heart Is Sair for Some- j body". ......... Mrs. l'enney j Song "Ye Banks and Braes," I Mrs. Alex. McKenzie j S-otch Recitation Mrs. Wm. Black j Song "The Cottage Where Hums Was j Born". ... . .Mr. Harry Clark j Piano Selection Mrs. McDonald1 Song Selected Miss Leona Lamb Song Selected Mr. Douglas Inglisj Song Selected. Miss Mcllardy j Mandolin Select ions, Sir. Kobt. Morrison Closing number by. a Double Quartet Admission: Adults, 15c; Children, 10c n OYSTERS LOBSTERS CLAMS The Smith & Comings Co., inc. To Be Held February 4. 1920. The legal voters of the city of Barre.' Vermont, are hereby notified and ' warned to meet in the city hall, ity I of Barre, Vermont, on Urdneaday. Feb. j 4. !!-'. at 7:.H p. m., to tran-act the following buainese: j Firt: To elect a moderator to pre-! iile at wild meeting. Svcond: To we ijf the city mill ole ' to erect a bridge arrows Jail bramh, so tailed, on South Main treet. Third: If the city votes to M-ect a bridge on Soutb Main street, to deride whether the came hall I a atone arch. reinforced com-rele, or other ty of lyidce. Fourth: To ee if the city will vote to iue it a notca ht bond for the erec tion of a briJi;.', and if so, to determine the amount to be t-ued, tlx rate if interest they txr. the time and place !n re they aha II ie payable. nd if bond are to be iaaued to determine whether the same tJtall be regiatered or hav rovprs tta bwl. Fifih: To do anv Hi-r proper bnn BrSt 1 ) t-d at the city of Barr. Vermont, tii ;s 23d c of January. I.'0. Kl";k.K C. ;LYSSON. Mayor. Saturday Specials! ' Nice Prunei, per rb 19c 3 lbs. Onions 15c 2 lbf. Salt Salmon . 25c ; 3 lbs. Sour Pickle; 25c ' 2 Cans Corn or Pea 27c FRITZ W. JACKSON CO. 266 North Main St. Barre, Vt. SPECIAL PRICES ON Oranges FOK SATURDAY -STORAGE BATTER Service Station Frozen Batteries Repaired and Recharged Get Our Exchange Prices on New Batteries. Oldsmobile Company of Vermont SB StXMST CALIKOBXU NAVEL Ifc irn Ir. 15c, SSr, itr, bar na4 as FLORIDA, dam .. la. 4 Sc. tc. liRAPKr Kl IT i tic, 1 far 2 if, t far lie. lie rarfc LEMONS lwm ISc and Stc MALAGA GRAPES for lurdaT 01U7, prt tb 3S itL't.R HATK8 FaturSnr "It. prr 9 tic TAM.KRJVtS PT lloMfl 4SC KK.S. DATES. NT TS AND RAISINS AT I OW PHICE8 Alt UldH UUKULATE BAB5 c cark. far ISc awLiit,. mjihiw , j) im mm m a n, i smam .uii Columbia BARRE FRUIT CO. Geo. Maniatty, Prop. ecords for February On Sale January 20th at Russell's :GO0D VALUES at Ladd's For Saturday, 3 lbs. of 40c Coffee for $1.00 For Saturday, Sunnycorn Breakfast Food, 3 for 51c For Saturday, Hominy Grits, per package 15c 10 lbs. of Best Rolled Oats for 55c I Grapefruit are fine, Floridas 4 for 25c Grapefruit, large size 10c and 3 for 25c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Ladd's Cream Bread at the store 15c Cream and Marshmallow Goods for Saturday. Baked Beans and a big Pastry variety. MEAT DEPARTMENT Rib Roasts of Beef, Western Beef, per lb. ... 40c Scotch Ham, per lb., 50c; Home-Cured Ham. . 45c Pork Roast, native Pork only, tb 30c, 31c, 3Sc Pig's Liver, 12 c; Hamburg Steak, lb 25c Native Lamb, Chicken and Fowls. Radishes, Celery, Lettuce, Spinach and Ripe To matoes. Native Onions 3 lbs. for 25c i FISH DEPARTMENT i Fresh Cod and Hadock, also Halibut, Salmon and Mackerel This is the right time to try Finnan Haddies. The F. D. Ladd Company