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T11K UAKKU . -UA1L.Y TIMES, HAKHE, VT., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920.
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Bedroom Suite
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American Walnut-
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This wood is becoming the foremost
wood, for the furnishings of all
rooms, and especially the bedroom. 1
This Suite includes a Walnut Bed,
Chifforobe, Dresser and Dressing Ta
ble. We have combination boxspring, mat
tress and pillows that make a fine bed
room furnishing.
Peerless Body Brussells
In our show windows we are showing
two patterns in Bedroom Rugs. They
are the very latest in style for that
room.
B.W.Hooker&Co.
UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
City retn same u horaa-drivan ambulance; distance calls at reasonable
TALK OF THE TOWN-
LUX THREE PACKAGES FOR 38c
Dimer- in Hnwland hall Saturday
nitflit. Lamli'M orchpHtra. adv.
Hear Leone HoynoMx sinar "My Poll"
March 4, t'lilveisulist church. adv.
Two dollai'H deducted on any pair of
tnen'ii nIiooh thin week at Shea's. adv.
The beautiful Nonora talking ma
chine, on sale iii Harre at liailey'a Mu-
' hie Itooms.
If in need of a spring hat, watch for
Mr. Nhulluw's opening. It will pay
you. adv.
One of Robert Burns' famous poems
to he xeen in real life ut the. JJarre
opera bonne on March -l. adv.
1. midst rom vs. Velles are under for
feit to appear Friday night at Clan
hall. Come ul, pnrtn. adv.
Largest line of new and second-hand
ranges and heaters in Burro at lowest
prices. E. A. Prindle. W'orthen block.
The worth of your money to hear
Arthur Npitzer in "The Country Fid
dler," tableaux unique, Thursday even
ing, I'niversalint church. adv.
Basketball, nrinorj' hall, Montpelier
Friday, March 5. Montpelier post. No.
3, vh. Shamrocks of Barre. Ticket nt
Lander's pool room. Dance after game.
adv.
The guild of the Church of the Good
Shenherd will meet with Mrs. T. W.
BobiiiBon, King street, Thursday even
ing at 7 :.)(), A good attendance, is de
sired as work is to be planned for the
month of March.
South Barre grange will hold a pov
erty social Wednesday evening, March
3. Everybody bring well-filled boxes.
Come and have a good time. Prizes
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win ue given lor im; nioMt, poverty
looking costume. -adv.
Program for the thank offering meet
ing at Hedding M. K. church this even
ing, March 3: Selection, Hedding quar
tet; prayer, Miss (iilnmn; reading,
Mary Andrews; illustrated lecture,
"Northern Africa," Mr. Lipsky; vocal
solo, Mrs. Luinb.
Steve Slay ton, who for the past two
weeks has been absent from his classes
at Goddard seminary because of burns
on both hands received in an explosion
at his home on South Main street, was
able to attend classes yesterday for
the first time.
Mrs. Maria Watt, who Inst week was
j called to Haydenville, Mass., by the
serious illness of her brother-in-law,
Alexander Watt of this city, arrived
here last evening, having accompanied
the body of the young man from Hay
danville sanatorium, where he died
Sunday evening.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Hiile
A good piano-case organ for
clieap at Bailey's Music Rooms.
Dance in liowland hall Saturday
night. Landi's orchestra.-adv.
Dunce at armory, Montpelierv Satur
day. Carroll's six-piece orchestra. adv.
Mrs. Holden will sing "Sweetest
Story Ever Told" Thursday evening.
uuv.
Shamrocks vs. Spaulding at Spauhl
ing gymnasium Wednesday night. All
out for a good game. adv.
Mrs. A. Birnio is visiting the fashion
centers and will return with the very
latest ideas in millinery. adv.
See tableaux unique, some of Bane's
best local talent taking part, L'niver
salist church, Thursday evening, 8
o'clock.-adv.
Remember, the event of the season,
"The Cotter's Saturday Nitrht." iindei
the auspices pf Clan (iordon, No. 12, on
March 2(i. adv.
A good match Lundstrom vs. Yelles.
(.Inn hall, Friday night. Ringside, $1,
generuj admission, 50c; ladies and chil
dren under 12 years, 30c adv.
Basketball, armory hall, Montpelier,
Friday, March 5. Montpelier post, No.
.1, vs. Shamrocks of Barre. Tickets at
Lander's pool room. Dance after game.
adv.
Risca Williams, who is to sing here
with the Royal Welsh Concert com
pany tho evening of March 13, is one
of the survivors of the Lusitania and
gives a vivid description of the trag
edy. William Jennings Bryan says, "A
lecture which .one will never forget."
adv.
TALK OF THE TOWN
New and used lei"ii foT n'e at Cut.
ler Bros.' livery. 'Phone 160.
(Jeorge MaeKuy wiii mug Hawaiian
Moonlight" Thursday evening. adv.
Victor records for March are now on
sale at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv.
Peter Reid of Orange street was tak
en to the hospital last night, ill with
pneiimoriiu.
Shamrocks vs. Spaulding at Spauld
ing gymnasium Wednesday night. All
out. for a good game.-- adv.
Al Limdstroni, the Swedish marvel,
vs. Yelles. Wrestling, Friday night,
CIhh hall. Eli Bourdon, referee. adv.
The thank olfering meeting at the '
Hedding M. K. church is this evening,
and not March 10, as announced in yes-!
terday'a Times. j
Basketball, armory hall. Montpelier,;
Friday, March ,r. Montpelier post. No,!
vs. Shamrocks of Barre. Tickets at j
Lander's pool room. Dance after game.
adv. . j
Regular meeting of Barre post, No.
If), American legion, Wednesday even
ing, March 3, at 7:30 in rarpenters'
hall, Worthen block. George De.Mcrell,
adjutant.
On account of the quarantine at Mor
risville the basketball team of Peoples
academy of that town will be unable to
play Spaulding here Friday night. This
does not mean that there will be no
game in the Spaulding gymnasium, for
at the present time the management is
endeavoring to procure some other fast
team to play here.
The monthly meeting of the Red
Cross was held in Aldrich hall Monday,
George Gauthier of Plainiield, an em-I March 1. Reports were read and nc-
raw
4, at 7
menu.
p. m.
Regular meet
ing of Degree of
rocah o n t a on
.. Thursday, March
Adoption and refresh-
We have a few more gallons of that Golden
Drip Molasses at, per gallon 85c j
aiso a iew iu-10. pans 01 lyiu jnapie sugar
at, per lb 40c
D. C. Lemon Pie Filling, per pkg 15c
Monadnock Mince JVIeat r .2 pkgs. for 25c
Evaporated Peaches, per pkg , . 20c
Evaporated Apple, per pkg 30c and 37c
For Fresh Green Vegetables
PARSNIPS CELERY LETTUCE
The Smith & Comings Co., Inc.
WmIM
Special meeting of Iro
quois tribe. Clan (iordon
halt, Thursday afternoon at
1:30 for the miroose of at
tending the funeral of our
late brother, A. u. Watt.
A special meet
ing of Clan Gor
don, No. 12, will
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StJlw5(k,-!ordon ha" Th""-
March 4. t
pose of attending
the funeral of our
late brother clansman, Alex. Watt.
Clansmen please wear badges and white
gloves. Chief Charles Leel, Secretary
.lames W. Clnbb.
EAST BARRE
Regular meeting of
Wuchosen tribe, No. If),
on Thursday evening at 7
o'clock. Iroquois tribe of
Barre will visit us and
work the warrior's degree
on a class or ju camimaie. ah rsed
Men are invited. Refreshments after
the meeting.
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WINTON
J7 jvS- SIX
ploye of the ftioux Granite company
on BlaekweJl street, suffered quite a
painful injury to his left foot Monday
afternoon while at work in the outer
yard. A stone weighing more than a
ton crushed the foot when the chain
which was lifting it snapped in two
and caused the stone to become, unbal
anced. Mr. Gauthier was taken to the
Barre City hospital but was able to be
out on crutches yesterday afternoon.
The. following taken from a Seneca
Falls, N. Y., paper will be of interest
to many in this city, as the person in
volved. C. T. Campbell, was until a few
yearg ago a long-time resident of this
city: "Papers were signed Tuesday,
Jan. 27, transferring the ownership of
the Seneca Falls Granite Works from
A. M. Nelson to Charles T. Campbell of
this town. Mr. Nelson is retiring from
the business, after having conducted it
for the past 15 years. The new owner
if, a practical granite worker, having
been connected with the granite monu
mental industry for 30 years. Coming
from Scotland in 18U0, he settled in
Barre, Vt the granite center of the
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v t,i ill, ill-it. lie in cuij'nj f ,1 rn i n .
u a u n wviiort furvor u rut lattfror Tl. t I
has been employed by Mr. Nelson tor
over three yearn in the capacity of
workman, so that to a great many peo
ple in Seneca Falls he is no strajiger.
Many of the beautiful memorials erect
ed here have been designed and execut
ed by him. Mr. Campbell and family
live ou West Fall street."
ccpted. The home service room has
been closed and the remaining work
will be taken over by the Legion. An
emergency committee was appointed
to serve, should need arise. A peace
program is being worked out, which
will be announced later.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
club was held in liowland hall Tues
day, March 2. It was voted to have
the school gardens with a paid director
in charge. The welfare committee re
ported that Miss Gridlcy would be very
glad of any clothing that could be made
over. After the business, Miss Wheel
ock and Mrs. Hunting talked most in
terestingly on kindergarten work, with
an exhibit by Miss Catherine Nichols,
among which was a very unique minia
ture house. A drive for an increased
membership for the club is now on,
and any joining at this time and pay
ing a year's dues will have their mem
bership extended to May, 1021.
Rockland
Reading Framingham Leominster
Hyde Park Wakefield
Good
Goods
Adams Com
pany
Good
Service
Successors to A. P. Abbott Co.
Small Hats Are Favored for Spring.
Hats of ostrich and combination of
ostrich and satin, embroidered in vivid
shades of silk, patent leather embroid
ered in raffia, grosgrain ribbon combi
nations and hats with the smartest of
tassel effect. OiT-the-face effects have
favor. We have them. Mrs. Shepard
ft. Co., Inc.
Notice.
The Barre local of the .New England
Milk Producers' association will hold a
Friday evening, March 5, in
Worthen hall at M o'clock, to which the
public is cordially invited. Arrange
ments have been made with the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Sons of Veterans to
serve a good spread, featuring milk
products, at only $1 per plate. K. S.
lirigham, state commissioner of agri
culture, nas agreed to be the speaker
ut the evening and there will be sing
ing, reading and music besides. Tick
ets can be obtained from M. L. Tow ne.
A L. Smith, ('. II. (iordon, W. F. Shep
ard, Merton K. Briggs, B. W. Bassett,
.(. A. Cumming or at The Times ollice.
Telephone to any of the above now o
the committee may know how many to
expect. Come out and see what the
farmers can do. It may be better than
the movies.
The Diet
INFLUENZA
During
and After
ASK FOR
Korlick's
The Original
Avoid
Imitation
o4 Substitute.
ForInfant,InvaHd8andOrow!ngChndrn Rich mflk, matted grain extract In Powder
The Original Pood-Drink For All Ages No Cooking Nourishing Digestible
Firs
Sh
owing
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SPRING 1920
WASH FABRICS
New Spring Wash Fabrics are more beautiful
than ever, and the first selection is by far the
best.
VOILES
in a nice variety of patterns and colors, 40 inches
wide, 59c to $1.80 a yard.
Mercerized Voiles in smart paterns, 40 inches
wide, 93c.
Satin Stripe Voile in a beautiful Taupe shade
with Rose Satin Stripe, 40 inch, $1.19.
Organdies
Mercerized Organdie, a fine
nice quality, 40 inches wide,
65c.
Orleans Organdie, a beau
tiful material in exception
al patterns for summer
dresses, 40 inches, $1.25.
Flaxons
Flowered Flaxons in a
large range of dainty Rose
bud and Check Patterns, on
Colored and White Grounds,
39c yard
Marquisettes
Mercerized Novelty Mar
quisette in very rich floral
patterns on Rose and Copen
grounds, 40-inch, $1.19 yd.
188 N. Main St.
The Daylight Store
Barre, Vermont
Gardner
Clinton
Woburn
Plymouth Keene, N. H.
Barre, Vt.
W1LLIAMSTOWN
Town Meeting Adjourned a Week Be
cause of So Much Sickness.
Town meeting yesterday was ad
journed till a week from next Satur
day, which will be on March 13, on ac
count f Ricknens. The boxen were kept
open for the license vote, according to
law, with the result of 31 no vote to
litl yes.
Member of Fraternity Rebekah
lodjre, No. 50, are requested M meet
at Mr. Dutton'n at 12:30 next Thurs
day to attend the funeral of Brother j
Luther J. Hailey. j
Carl A. Sawyer of Omaha, Neb., ar- ;
rived in town yesterday to attend 1he
funeral of hit aunt, Mrs. Catherine
.lones, at the Methodist church at 1
o'clock to-day. ' j
Mr. H. H. Bean, formerly Miss Kdith
Tarbell of this town, is now living in
Westminster.
Leon McAllister, who was obliged to
stay at home for several day to en
tertain the grip, i back in the store
now, a is glfo Ueorge L Simon.
Mjs Khoda Bruce is able to be back
at work in the D.iwns store. Several
other members of her family are still
iu bed.
The funeral of Albion Jewett, young
er son of Mr. and Mr. Alden H. Jew
ett, who died Tuesday morning, will be
held at the home Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. The funeral will be pri
vate and only immediate friends and
relatives are invited to attend. The
child, who would have been three years
old in April, wax ill only from Satur
day to Tuesday with the distemper,
which has been so prevalent here.
Xewsi is received here of the recent
birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
McConnell of Kellogg, Idaho.
The intermediate school in the vil
lage will not open until Monday.
Barre Opera House
Monday, March 8
The Funniest Farce of the CenturySelwyn & Co.'s
Successor to 'Twin Beds" and "Fair and Warmer"
Better Than Promised
Delivery Guaranteed May 1st for Orders Placed Now
The open car now at our show room for your inspection. Think of
everything you would like to have all in one motor car and then
take a look at this splendid new Winton Six and ride in it. We'll let
you do all the talking.
Consider us at your sen-ice. Simply telephone.
Oldsmobile Co. of Vermont
Distributors
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The N, D. Phelps Co. Inc.
TAKE A LOOK
at our prices on
Empire Tires and Tubes
Tires
Clincher
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NAUGHTY WIFE 3
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Announcement
WE ARE THE AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR THE
Fordsoo Tractor
Also riowa. Harrows, etc. We are prepared to pve the same pood SERVICE which
all Ford owners have learned to expect and appreciate. If you contemplate buying a
Tractor, see us. Our prices are right. We give tfce service and can make any terms con
sistent with good business.
Ferry Automobile Co.
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Fabric, 6,000 m.
$18.70
25.20
26.30
26.80
31.00
35.10
36.10
37.85
38.10
11.15
47.10
Cord, 8,000 m.
f 30.25
38.85
39.15
10.10
43.25
1 1.35
15.60
16.70
47.75
56.65
59.20
Red Tubes
30 x 3 $2.25 32 x 1 v. $4.15
30 x 3l 2.65 33 x 4 4.60
32 x 31 i 2.80 34 x 4 4.70
31 x 4 3.20 35 x 4l 4.85
32 x 4 3.50 36 x W 5.00
33 x 4 3.65 35 x 5 5.50
34 x 4 3.80 37 x 5 '. 5.85
These are all Non-Skid Shoes, and you have in the above the best
cash offering in the state.
'Phone 29 Barre, Vt
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BV FRED JACKON
Author of "The Velvet Lady," etc.
A LAUGH FESTIVAL THAT HITS THE HIGH
SPOTS OF HILARITY
Ran One Year at Harris Theatre, N. Y. Now in Second
Hugely Successful Season at the Playhouse, London
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50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50, plus Mar tax
Seat sale opens Friday, March 5, at box office Tel. 471-W
luy Grape Fruit Now
Vc arc receiving some very fancy Sealswcct,
heavy, juicy Florida Grapefruit.
Extra large, 54 to 64, Grapefruit 2 for 25c
Large 70-count Grapefruit, each 10c
Large 80-count Grapefruit 3 for 25c
Special price on any size by the box.
Good Values
Vermont Made Plain Cheese, per lb 40c
Real Sage Cheese, per lb 45c
Young America Red Cheese, per lb 45c
Elkhorn American Roquefort Cheese, lb 30c
Elkhorn Pimento and Cheddar Cheese, lb 20c
McLaren Cheese in jars ..20c, 30c, 50c
Cottage Cheese, each 8c
Cream Cheese, each 12c
Hulk Dates and New Figs.
Soft Shell California Walnuts, lb 45c
New Castana Nuts, per lb 35c
The F. D. Ladd Company

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