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THE BAH HE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27. 1920.
l : Bissell's Sweepers dL , We have iust received a SMALL shipment of the well-known BISSELL'S SWEEPERS. They will be on display in our windows during this week. The Happy Day Electric Vacuum Washer, Improved Swinging Wringer This space is too small to tell you of the many valuable qualities that this Washer has. How ever, we will be very glad to show them to you by a demonstration at our show rooms. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS PEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICI Citj ratea urn bore-drivn ambulance ; dUWnc clli t rewonabl term. WASHINGTON The postofliee department has ixoned nn order for a change in the schedule on the route from Washington to Uarre, by which the carrier on the (sec ond trip' leaves Washington at 1 p. tn. instead of 8:.10 a. m., arriving at Bane by 3 p. m. .Kfloctive March I. Patrons of the postofliee at Washington please take notice of this change. Grace Worthley, ToHtmaster. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children En Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the . signature ol ' Fair Play. The following is told of a late rail way magnate and a prominent Phila delphia luwyer. Said the magnate to the lawyer: "I want you to bbow that this law is unconstitutional. Do you think you can manage it!" "Kasily," answered the lawyer. "Well go ahead and get familiar with the case." "I'm already at home in it. I know my ground perfectly. It's the same law you had mp prove" was constitutional two years ago." Lancaster News-Journal. Armenian Fund Contributions. Previously acknowledged $15.00 Mrs. '. 8. Wallace, Schenectady, N. Y 2.00 WM EASTMAN STORE Extra Good Values No. 2 cans String: Beans, worth 18c, special 2 for 23c No. 2 cans of Apple, very nice for pies, 16c val., 2 cans 25c Braden's Orange Marmalade, extra fine quality, per glas3 20c, 28c and 40c Pickled Onion's iii glass at 10c, 22c and 30c Sweet Mixed Pickles, in glass, at : 22c and 30c Sour Mixed Pickles in glass at 10c, 18c and 30c Medium sized Blue Star Catsup, per bottle 16c Medium sized Heinz Catsup, per bottle 20c Large sized Heinz Catsup, per bottle 30c Mrs. Mcintosh's Home-Made Apple Jelly, per glass, 15c, 22c, 27c and 45c Warner's Macaroni and Spaghetti, per pkg 10c Columbia Spaghetti in cans 12c and 15c Van Camp's Spaghetti in cans 20c Heinz Spaghetti in cans 20c Extra Sweet Oranges, per dozen 10c and 65c Large juicy Grapefruit, each 10c, 3 for 25c Libbey's Pork and Beans. No. 2 size, 15c value, 2 for 25c Campbell's Pork and Beans, No. 2 size, per can 15c Van Camp's Pork and Beans, per can 12c, 20c, 35c Heinz Pork and Beans, per can 20c and 35c Strained Honey in pint fruit jars, each 60c Pop Corn on cob, extra fine, per lb 13c, 2 lbs. for 25c Pop Corn, Shelled, extra fine, per tb 15c Keep in Mind Our Shoe Department for Good Values GOOD THINGS TO EAT PRIME RIB ROAST BEEF, per lb 25c, 28c BEEF BUTTS, whole, per lb. 25c CHUCK BEEF, per lb 22c, 28c HAMBURG! STEAK, per lb 25c FORK LIVER, per lb 15c PLENTY OF VEAL AND LAMB AT THE LOWEST PRICES Fresh Green Vegetables i TALK OF THE TOWN Huv pianos and sheet music at Bail ey's Music Kooitix. udv. "Mrs. Klsie Dingwall is doing pastry cooking at (ioddard seminary. Svensk dans eftcr dragpels musik, Foresters' hall, Feb. 28 kl. 8.-adv. Nee menu of Presbyterian supper served Saturday night elsewhere.-adv. Auction sale Saturday at City Auc tion Market, 2 and 7 p. m. See adv. adv. Largest line of new and second hand ranges and heaters in Barre at lowest prices. E. A. Prindle. Worthen block. The home service office in the .lack son block will be closed Feb. 2S and the work will be tnken up by the American Legion. A daughter. Marjorie Helen, was horn Feb. 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Uae of Springfield, Mass., both former resi dent of this city. Miss Flizabeth McCann of Portland, Me., until recently on the teaching stall at (ioddard, is spending a few days with ffiends here. The family of Irving W. Bates of Barre request that flowers be omitted at the funeral which is to 'be held to morrow afternoon at 1:110 o'clock. James Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson of 18 Lewis street, who underwent an operation at the City hospital, is gaining favorably and expects to return home Soon". C. II. Campbell of Old Orchard, Me., who has been quite ill for the past few weeks, is greatly improved. Herman K. Campbell of this city is visiting at Old Orchard for a few days. Please bring food for Congregational food sale Saturday; church open at 1 p. m., sale from 2 to 5. The second 1n a series the proceeds of which are for the Armenian relief fund. adv. Mrs. Edw. Shallow (formerly Mrs. S. E. Laviolette) is attending the mil linery openings and fashion show in Boston and New York. On her return she will reopen her millinary parlor at her home, 5 Forsylhe place. adv. Woodmen, attention! Large class adopted to night at Eagles' hall, Mont pelicr. Supreme National lecturer Whelan will speak. Meeting called at 7:3(1. All Woodmen wishing to go to Moutpelier please meet at Odd Fellows' hall to take the 0:40 car. The members and their friends of the Glenugie club will gather again on Sat urday night, Feb. M, this time in Clan Gordon hall, to ceJebrate what is known as bannock nicht. This is an old-fashioned custom, which is gtiH.nnd always will be, carried on by Buchanera and sons of Buchan, a district in the north of Aberdeen, Scotland. At this celebra tion, each will be served with bannocks and Byrup, done up in good shape for thi occasion, which will bring back memories of bygone days. There will also be other refreshments and a good program Rnd good music. All the old fashioned dances will be In full swing during the evening, so come out, mem bers, and bring your lasses and have a good time. Friends here of Mrs. Edwin Was man, a former Barre resident, will be sorry to learn of her death, which oe cured at Aniheim, Cal., Nov. 21. tidings of which were recently received in this city. Mrs. Wassman will be better remembered here as Florence Kendrick. She attended Spaulding high school and took quite an active part in social affairs among the young people. Her removal to California date back about a dozen years ago. For the past two years she had been a patient sufferer, bearing up courageously under the strain of her affliction. Besides her husband and a son she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Ella Kendrick, with whom she lived and was cared for. and two brothers, William Kendrick of On tario, Cal., and C. H. Kendrick of Enos burg Falls, formerly proprietor of a drug store in this city. Mrs. Kendrick is now making her home with her (mii in Ontario. The remains of Mrs. Wass man were buried at Long Beach Nov. Meat-Pi Supper, Presbyterian Church, Saturday Night, Feb. 28, 5 to 7. Meat-pie Biced potatoes Salad Pickles Hot rolls Assorted pies Cake Tea Coffee Admission, 40c; children, 2c. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Women's storm rubbers 70c, Shea's. Mr. and Mrs. It. 0. Robinson are ill at their home on Academy street. Dance in Ho win ml hall Saturday night, Laudi's orchestra. adv. Stanley Tassie of the ('aider & Rich ardson coal office on Depot square is confined to his home on South , Main street by illness. Frank . Stackpolc, an agent of the Bailey Music rooms of Burlington, re turned to Barre yesterday after a few days' stay In Burlington.' P. H. Brown, night agent of the American Express office here, has been ill for the past week. J. H. Bainbridge is substituting during his absence. Miss Lucille Berini of 27 Brook street, who was employed by the Kedig Broth ers Fruit company in Richmond until the store burned a few months ago, be gan work yesterday at the E. J. Noyes fruit store. William Blanchnrd, who three weeks ago returned to his home in this city to recuperate from the effects , of an ap pendicitis operation performed in Al bany, X. Y., returned this morning to Albany Business college, where he is a student. A break in the Harrison Granite company's l.")()-horsepower boiler came last evening and as a consequence the shed activities were suspended until Monday morning. The boiler had been condemned, causing the company to keep close watch for a fanorable oppor tunity to make the repairs. The break came last night about I) o'clock and was discovered by the night watchman. Mechanics from the Holmes boiler works of Rutland are expeuted here to day to make repairs before Monday morning. WILLIAMSTOWN Because of the prevailing sickness here, schools in town will nut re-open Monday and will remain closed indefi nitely, Superintendent of Schools Glov er announced to-day. On account of sickness, there will be no service at any of the churches here Sunday. Owing to the many cases of sickness in town and the difficulty of travel, the ladie of the M. E. church have de cided not to furnish dinner to citizens on town meeting day this year. Ellon Holden is in Barre this week at work for nis uncle, Samuel Thomp son, pressing hay. While there were some new cases yesterday the general conditions are thought to bo improving. Dr. Robinson rides all day and sometimes well ijv.o the night, but is getting pretty well tired out. The stone sheds are shut down for a few davs owing to the illness of the owner, William B. Jones, who was tak en sick yesterday. Station Agent L. O. Morgnn is off duty and Fred Lalhie, a former agent here, is in charge for a while. RANDOLPH EAST BARRE The postofliee" department has issued an order for a change in the schedule on the route from Washington to Barre, by which the carrier on the sec ond trip" leaves Washington at 1 p. m. instead of B:H0 a. m., arriving at Barre bv p. m. Effective March 1. Patron of the postofliee at East Barre please take notice of this change. Bertha Garret, Postmaiter. CATARRH For head or throat Catarrh try th vapor treatments vines VAPORU eovw BOOVGUABB ' 30' 5. Mrs. Thomas Bridges received a tele- frrmti Wml tifiurlti v milliner her to Maine. t- ........ p, . ,' where her husband has been for several months with his parents, seeKlng to re cover from what was thought to be tubercular trouble. Until very recently ho has been riiore comfortable ami Mrs. Bridges has been here u part of the time with her parents and working as the opportunity offered. A company of about 20 young ladies met at itie nome oi .uisses iun mm , Nan Hatch Wednesday night to enjoy : an evening and also to give a rnisiel- ' laneous shower to Miss Josephine Nti- I mets, who is soon to be married. A fine i time was the result and Miss Stimets was generously remembered by her i friends, by articles of cut glass, silver, I linen and other things. Mrs. Hurry Chase and daughters left, on Thursday for White River Junction to visit, her other daughter and hus band, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Whitham. , F. E. Spaulding, real estake agent, has sold for the U. A. St rout Farm agency the J. H. Buck farm in Royal -ton, of 150 acres, to Hisdale Harlow of North Eastnn. Mass., the price being I named as $0,000. Mr. Harlow will oe-. cupy the same about April 1. Samuel Thomas of Putney was in town the first of the week and rented the tenement in the J. W. At wood house on Franklin street, into which he will move his family the last of March, ! nnd he will begin work in the foundry. Mrs. Harry Cheney has been in . Northfiold this week assisting in the , care of Mr. Cheney, a brother and wife, who have been ill with the grip. i The Lebanon, N. H., branch of the Red Cross presented Miss Doris Cantlin $25 for her work in rescuing the pupils in the recent crIiooI lire in that town. I Howard Rogers has gone to White . River Junction as bookkeeper for Bogle I Brothers' jewelry store. j The announcement of the marriage i engagement ot l liaries j. .Miasoi aim Miss Bernice Mildred Spooner has been sent out. F. Miles of the H. B. Ou minings cor poration, Hanover, X. II., was in town Wednesday to confer with the L. W. Webster company. A son, Carroll l-oonard, was born Fri day to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Hol tmiii. 'The child is a grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holman. Glenn A. Webster and Miss Ruby Janette Billings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Billings of Rochester were married at the Bethany parsonage last week Thursday evening by Rev. Eraser Metzper. Mr." and Mrs. 'Webster will be at home after March 1 at the farm of the groom on the Braintrce road. Miss Leila Marshall, who has been in Xew York purchasing millinery goods, stopped over on her way home and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. X. Billings over Sunday. While here she received news that her father, who resides in Middlesex, was in Heaton hospital, where he had been taken for treatment for a sprained shoulder. Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Successors to A. P. Abbott Co. Good Service SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY 2.98 SILK WAISTS $2.25 These are good quality of Tub Silk in White, Black, Flesh. All sizes. A BIG BARGAIN AT $2.25 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vc-tmont Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Kecne, N. H. Barre, Vt. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION The Hartford post. No. 20, basketball team defeated the Hanover A. C. by a score of 40 to 23 last Thursday even ing at Gates opera house. The local boys turned the trick again Wednesday etCnill 1V UrtlLllljt tr-i ............. j seminary team from Barre. At the end ot tne second perioa me score it to lrt in favor of the Barre boy. The third period left half the audience with symptoms of' chronic heart trouble. The score seesawed back and forth and it was not until the last few minutes of play that the Junction boys nosed out the (Joddard bunch and the score keepers reported a 2(1 to 4 victory for the Hartford post. Mrs. F. II. Perkins of Maple street is confined to the house with a badly in fected eye. It is so painful that she has to May in a darkened room but at this writing she is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ruell of South Main street are receiving congratula tions on the birth of a son, Charles Harold, born Feb. 21. After a few hours' illness Mrs. Hes ter H. Cook passed away on Saturday morning, Feb. 21, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Worthen, and Dr. Worthen of Fairview terrace. She was horn at Dummerston, April 22, 1H4.1. She was the last of a family of 10 chil dren. There are left behind to mourn her loss three children, Don C. Cook of Lowell, Mass., and George H. Cook of Chelsea, Mass., and Mrs. C. W. Worthen of White River Junction. The funeral services were held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Worthen Monday after noon, conducted by Rev. Robert Hesel titie of the Methodist church. The in terment was on Tuesday, Feb. 24, at Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mossey are the parents of a baby boy, born Feb. 19. Mr. and Mrs. George Coutermarsh are visiting their daughter, Lerena, in Somerville. Mass. George Goodrich of South Royalton was in West Hartford the first of the week on business. j K. MACRAE No. io Miles Bldg., 'Phone 524-1 where every purchase means a eavUig SATURDAY, A SPECIAL SALE OF SAMPLE DRESSES at savings of at least 25 per cent A splendid assortment of the Very newest models from which to make your eelection. Ladies' and misses' sizes in Taffeta, Satin, Georg ette and Georgette and Taffeta Combinations. These are arranged in three lots at the following prices $ai.75, $28.75, J3'-5- Any necessary alterations made without extra charge. You cannot afford to overlook this tale, for it means a saving of dollars to you- Remember, this sale is for one day only. Extra Special, 4 Silk Dresses, this winter's styles, your choice at $15.75 JUST UP ONE FLIGHT The small expenses mean a big saving te you 1 aV a a It rucks ths tender tissues of the Throat and Lungs and often leads to Influenza. Dr. Stansburj 's Th roat & Luna Healer . . 1 lr..-i.u u - .. j rtoDUcrcui iirwvu iimiuirf, Will quickly stop Coughs, Colds. Catarrh, : Croup, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Sore , Throat nnd Tlcurisv. i GET IT USE I f -AND GET WELL, j 2."c. and $1.00 the bottle. At following druggists in Barre. Vermont; 1 CUMMIN OS A LEWIS I BAItKE DRUU CO. Shoes Notice. A regular business meeting of the Central Labor union of Barre and vi cinity will be held in the carpenters' hall, Worthen block, on Friday even ing. Feb. 27. at ":3U. . Angus McDon ald, secretary. A regular meeting of the I. O. Foresters this evening at 7:. "10 in Foresters' hall, Worth en block. Important business. Initiation of candidates. Let all members be present. I'er order recording secretary. Special communication nf Granite lodge. No. .'Jo, F. and A. M., Friday, Feb. 27. at 7 . m. work, t.. A. degree, er order W. M. LETTUCE SPINACH PARSNIP CAULIFLOWER CELERY PARSLEY ! AUNT JEMIMA'S PANCAKE FLOUR 18c TECO PANCAKE FLOUR 12c BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, in bulk 10c BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, per package 2Sc j : . -- i The Smith & Cumings Co., inc. ! Good Bargains for Saturday Pillsbury'a Hour, U-bbl. $2.00 ! Pillsbury's Hour, U-bbl. $4.00 1 Pillsbury'a Flour, bbl. .. .$15.75 Pride of Niagara Hour, j ',8 bbl. sacks $1.75; Our Special Coffee, lb. ...loci Bungalow Matches, 5 pkg. loc. Bird's Eye Matches, Five 7c pkg. 27c i White Flyer Laundry Soap, 6 cakes 43c Climax and Hummer Soap, 6 cakes 23c, 3 Fancy Toilet Soaps, i 6 cakes 23c ( Good Onions, per tb 4c' Pop Corn. tt 10c! Washington Creamery ! Butter, per lb 72c , Armour's and Troco O!eo- ; margarine, per lb 33c WiLson's Certified Oleomar garine, per lb 40c ATTENTION STEAM POWER USERS TheN.D. Phelps Co., Inc. will have a representative of the AMES IRON WORKS OSWEGO, N. Y. Manufacturers of Locomotive and Tubular Power Boilers and Engines in Barre on Monday and Tuesday March 1 and 2 Those desiring information in regard to any regular or special equipment along'this'line mav receive FREE and complete EXPERT advice on what particular Boiler or Engine will be best suited to their requirements. Quality Sells The unbeatable combination of favorable quality coupled with favorable price is Keeping Us Hustling We are glad to have you come in and look us over. Remember, we give 20 per cent discount on all our goods. ( Peoples' Shoe Store C. S. Andrews, Prop. Barre, Vt. no hi 'Phone 29, Barre, Vt. CAMERON'S STORE Washington St. r .?; ; Saturday at LackTs Special Sale MAINE STYLE CORN, special for Saturday, Cash and Carry 2 cans for 23c Pea and Soldier Beans at the store, lb 10c Van Camp's Evaporated Milk at the store ... 15c Armour's Quick Cooking' Oats at the store . . . 28c BAKERY DEPARTMENT ' Cream and Marshmallow Goods Saturday. Raisin, Graham and Cream Bread. Light Fruit Cake, Plain and Fruit, lb 33c A big assortment of Cakes and Pastry. MEAT DEPARTMENT Rib Roasts of Heavy Beef, per lb 40c Sirloin Steak, per lb 60c Rump Steak, per lb 65c Salt Pork, per lb 2Sc 4 lbs. of Onions for 25c Celery, Lettuce, Cranberries and Squash. FISH DEPARTMENT Clams for Chowder, per pint 30c Oysters, per pint 40c Finnan. Haddies, also Salmon, Halibut, Mackerel and Smelts. Horse Radish, per bottle 15c Try 2 one-lb. cans Fish Flakes for 25c The F. D. Ladd Company 1 1