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TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920.
What Investment Com pares With Furniture? An automobile quickly depreciates, and is a constant expense to operate. A trip is soon but a memory. Tewels dve only occasional pleasure to one in J,?vYvs1:r J i "y4. ;i oviv fnr their security. aiviauai, aim wnj i So with most indulgences and pleasures. But Furniture - Furniture . requires but the original investment. There is no upkeep. It affords not joy to one, but many. " ' Its comfort is not occasional, but constant. It yields daily dividends in the most desirable furSy of the realm - comfort and enjoy ment. Visit us for Furniture. THE OLD RELIABLE B.W.Hooker&Co. torn. . - - : ' .. It , TALK OF THE TOWN Order vour Sundav ice cream bricks at Noyes.'-a-adv. To-morrow tiitrlit. at. 7 ;3(I in th Universalist church 120 Tissot pic tures of the New Testament. adv. -inurew lilies nas nnisuea ms joo on state road work at Newport and is going to Charleston on similar work. All dark hata alt half price to close out, crepe, milan and panama at a big; discount until sold. Mrs. K. A. With-am. Members of 8ons of Veterans' Aux iliary,- No. 5, are requested to meet at the waiting room Sunday at 10 a. m., to attend Memorial services. Everybody invited to the Universa list church Sunday evening. Tissot pic tures of the New Testament will be shown. Beautiful and instructive. adv. See "The Connerhead." at the Bijou Monday and Tuesday. Special prices: Matinee 26c, evening 35c, children 15c. Two shows each day, at 2:15 and 7:30. adv. Lonjjf-distanee and general trupkinsrj truck is also equipped to carry parties; will seat between 15 and 20 people. Al) pneumatic tires. Granite City Bottling Works. Extra quality red rhubarb, to-day, fl Ttg., for 25c j save middlemen's prof its and buv direct from the producer: C! A. Heath, 160 Washington street, tel. 74--M.dv. Special sale of two-, three- and four burner Keronas oil stoves, the best In Carre. Largest line oi new ana sec ond. hand ranges in Barre. Get prices. E. A. Prindle, Worthcn block. Lest the item concerning Clinto F. Millar in Friday's issue of the Times by misleading it; may be well to men tion that Mr. Millar has as yet pur chased no interest in the Young Broth ers Co. as was intimated. T)r. Fanny T. Carleton, daughter of Edwin Carleton of Highland avenue, and an osteopathic physician in St. Johnsbury, has gone to Chicago for post graduate work. While there she will attend tno national osieopainic convention. BOXING May 31st at 8 P. M. Sharp MONTPELIER ARMORY FEATURE 12 ROUNDS MIKE DEMEA of East Boston Italian lightweight who has won hi. last nine bouls by knockout! and has a 12-round draw with Johnny Mooney VS. BUNCH O'NEIL of Lynn, Mass. Who has boxed them all and challenges any lightweight in New England. Semi-Final Eight Rounds Kid McFarland, the Knock-Out Kid of Everett, Mass. -vs. Young Dooley, North End, Boston A fighting, aggressive boy. Four Rounds Young Valisi, Barre -V8.- Cyclone Glennie,. Montpelier ADMISSION-i.oo plu. war tax; Ladle, and Boy.. 30c; Sde and 5Lv. Seats, $,.5o, plu. war tax. Seat, at Daly & Me.ga', Montpeuer, 'Phone 73'M- Thirst Follows the Heat Cheer up, forget your troubles the heat means nothing to the warm body satisfied with our thirst-chasing sodas. Pure, rich and delicious to the last degree and cleanly served amid cool, pleasing surroundings. Drown's Drug Store 43 North Main Street I Good Things to Eat j ! O-Val Cocoa, 1-pt. and 1-qt. jars . . . . . .40c and 60c g Grandmother's Pure Fruit Marmalade . . .20c, 4oc Red Raspberry Jam, pi. jars I Mrs. Mcintosh Pure Crab Apple Jelly, 20c, 30c, 4oc ! You should try Heinz Mince Meat, 1-lb. cans. . 3-c j No. 3 stone jar.... I FRESH VEGETABLES Members of Col. J. B. Mead circle, No. 1, Ladies of the O. A. It., are re quested to meet at the waiting room Mimlay, May ju, ar. 111:1.1 lor me pur pose of attending the Memorial serv ice to be held in the Universalist church.' fi BrI Afc Ptiurlna Rrnu-n and George S. DeMerell of Jefferson street were among the Dumber of baseball fan. and supporters of Spaulding high ....1 V.. t.....t... II ..nr.. 4.1 Iaova tn.Hut, kliiuoj a unneirnu i-ui v u i,c u. , bv automobile for Burlington to attend ) Kuauldiiur-Cathedral hiirh school game this afternon. Max P. Fisher of Barre. as a reader. will assist Mrs. (ilenna Baker, piaist, at a. recital in library hall. Montnclier, Tuesday evening. June 1. Air. Usher u-a a mAinhpr nf Maryjirpt Antflin'a company in Hhakesperian repertoire for - .. 1 . , - ... . ...... I..,.. 1 , lit . .i Hi.. .a f ' ' ' " - of'the Luchmund Conservatory of New 1 . 1 .. , . .. t t 1 OfK t.llV M.I1U WHS meiuiri wic faculty of that institution four years in Vio pnlnmna of the Barre Gran it mnsazine. the June number, is not ed the following item: The ansocia tion's traffic manager, C. IX Waters, has been-'hosen as one of the two er mont directors of the New l.ngland Traffic league. Mr. Waters succeeds the secretary, his name having been recom mended" bv the nominating committee of the .league prior to the regular monthly meet inc. May 21. The selec tion of Mr. Waters brings the Barre district into even closer touch with New Kngland traffic circles. A rewre- entative of the Ectev Oraan Co. in Brattleboro is the other Vermont mem ber of the directorate. Even school paper, are boosting Barre granite and as an example of this statement here is the repetition of an item appearing in the recent monthly publication of the "Purple and Cold, ' a magazine published by students of St. Michael's college at Winooaki Park'. "Barre and Montpelier are in a group. Of the two, Barre is perhaps more widely known, for there is hardly a town in the country that cannot boast of having a monument of the beauti ful Barre granite or of the 'rock of ages,' as it is often called. The finish ing of this stone comprises the chief industry of both Barre and Montpelier. These cities have machine shops which are in some yny nuniaii-u . n n m granite industry. Stone-working ma chinery. Mich as lathes, ulannrs. driiU . . ... pneumatic nammers, ric, are uum here.' Spaulding'a basebalj nine that has run x atraicht trames with various team., the last of which was a vic tory over Montpelier seminary, tnc only school which can lxjast of a vic tory over this 1920 organization thus lelt mis morning ior nurmiK'uu flay the return gsme wun lauie high this afternoon, beginning at 30. This time has been arranged as to give fans an opportunity to at tend this contest as well a 4 the "big" game of the day, Boston college vs. I'. V. M On Monday afternoon, be ginning at 2:30, this Barre high school team meets its old rial. Montpelier high. This Capital city team figun it out that the Spanning team was fortunate in walking oft with honors at their first meet two weeks airo. since Montpelier has just defeated Wa terl.ury high. 5 to 2. the team which Knauhiine defeated in the ninth in ninir by scoring eight runs, fntil the beginning of thi ninth in mention. Waterbury high had the edpe on the game, ." to 2. "but with eight runs at this critical period, Spsul.ling rounded out a 10 to 5 vistory. Montpelier fig ures it was more or less fortnnate in both instances f their posters and dvertisement bearing something to this effect, "Revenge is Sweet," may Is? judged a expresing their senti ment concerning the contet. EAST MOSTPELIER Washington county farm bureau business meeting, following a fine pro gram, at Watermiry -tune X adv. Pance and supper at village hall Kri day night, June a; Dudley s orchestra TALK OF THE TOWN Special ice cream bricks at Noyes' adv. . Danca in Rowland hall every Wednesday and Saturday. Landi'. or chestra. adv. Philip Vercoe of Long street left last niirht. fnr Worcester. Mass.. to pass a few days with friends. ' Mrs. Nelson Hamcl of Plainheld vis ited with her daughter, Miss Winifred, In this city yesterday. P. Comolli and daughter, Mary, of Waterbury motored to this city yester day to visit with friends. Mra..Ella Sawyer of Pearl street left this morning for Sanbornville N. H., to attend the funeral of her father-in- law, Mr. Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward iobin and family of Academy street to-day left for points in Canada to pass the week end and Memorial day. Herbert E. Clark of Concord, X. H., is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clark of 7 French street, for a few days. E. A. Fox and family of East street leave to-day for Sherbrooke, P. Q., and Montreal, by automobile to visit rela tives until next Wednesday. , Alex. Milne and John W. Dillon, who for- the past week have been camping at Greensboro pond, returned to their homes in this city late yesterday afternoon. Harold Johnson and Henry Vanctti left this morning for Burlington, to attend the baseball game of Boston college vs. University of v ermont this afternoon. IWklcv street lr"- 1 r- and Robert Edson of Montpelier leave to day for Boston to attend the wed-riino- of Miss Higgs' cousin. Miss Gwen dolyn Cooper, next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. -Bert Webber of South f: tfAaf Dmnmri.ni.(1 ( liarlCS tUBlll ... I Smith of South Main street yesterday .flumnnn when he started a motor journey to Boston to join his wife. The pariy pian 10 renmiii uci um u"'"7 Willi reiauves mere. SU V, rwil afreet and M'Ul. --"vv., " T...U n.virlann 'lin for tll IlftSt t WO davs have been visiting their families in this city, returned to-day to spring field, since" both are to appear in base ball uniforms .next Monday with a team of that town. Dr. Stanton-Burgess of Boston, ac companied by his brother, Carl, a bookkeeper of the Wanalauncet Cot ton Co. of Nashua. N.. H., arrived at their home on Washington street this morning to pass trie nounayn wmi their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Bur gess. Without a doubt there are some of the "old timers" in this city who re member William W. Matson, now mayor of St. Cloud, Minn. Mr. Matson, says the June number of "Barre Oran-i.- ui a a omnlnveH here as a journey man for some years before going to the Minneapolis granite center in 180. His election was brought about last month bv a Urge majority. This man who is S6 years old and a man of high character, was born of Scotch parents in 1800. SUNDAY SERVICES. AT THE CHURCHES Time, and Places of Worship and Subject, of Sermons. FAIRLEE Mrs. Gertrude Dodge of Concord. X. If., was in town to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Libbey. Miss Atkins from Mount Berry. Ga., Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Julia Paine. Thursday night rally night was ob served bv Silver Jaf grange. Pier mont graiige furnished an excellent program. Ice cream and cake were served. The Fairlee cornet band will furnish music at the Memorial service in l'n ion Village. Rev. Clinton Carvell will the speaker. Orange Count v Pomona grange met with Silver Leaf dast Tuesday evening. The fifth degree was conferred on a class of five. Mrs. Stevens of Woodsville. . II., spent Sundav in town witu ner Hus band at S. F. Darling's. A truck load of Fairlee people went to North Thetford Thursday evening to the turkey dinner. The graduating exercises of the Fairlee public fchool will be held at the town hall Thursday evening, June ,'J. The Memorial exercises snr "-.u 1, ... .1 . at the scnooinouse rrwni. Church of Jesus Christ of Lat ter Day Saints Services are being held in the, Worthen block every Sunday. Sunday services, 10 and 11 a. m. Everybody welcome. St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Websterville David C. Hunt ington, rector. 2 p. m., Sunday school. 3 p. m., service and sermon by Bishop Bliss. All invited. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. ra., Sunday. Sunday school at 12 m. Wednesday evening service at 7:30. Eeading-room open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 3 to 0. 7 Summer street. Waahington Baptist Church Dr. Christian Petersen, pastor. Sunday school at 2 p. m. and the pastor will preach at 3; topic, "A Nation s jriouie to Its Historic Dead." We invite the public to come and worship with us in this homelike church. Salvation Army Public salvation service to-night at 8 o'clock. Sunday services Sunday school at 10 a. m. Public salvation service at 8 p. in Gordon Sunbury of Graniteville will have charge of the lesson. All are tor dially invited to attend. Italian Baptist Sunday School, Brook street Mr. Ihigh, superintendent. Bi ble study each Sunday at 3 p. m. The lesson for to-morrow, "Jonathan and Ilia Armor Hearer." is taken from I Samuel 14:1-4(1. Y. P. S. C. K. follows. You are cordially invited to attend. Graniteville Presbyterian Churcn Rev. W. E. Archibald, Ph. D., pastor. Divine services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 L. . . i. ir ' I 11.. ' p. m. Jloming topic, -.wrainnm n.n. fnr at'enmiT A Messsce irora i in u.d .....f,, --- - n tl,o s..u" Sundav school and Bible class at 12 m. Teachers' meeting at 7 p. m. Thursday, followed by prayer meeting. Church of the Good Shepherd David C. Huntington, rector. 8 a. m., holy communion, celebrated by Bishop Bliss. who desires all communicants to be present. 10:30 a. m., confirmation and c . x- 111:. a sermon ny m. fiev. ueorge 1. nu.", D. D.. of Burlington. 12 m., Sunday school. 7 p. m.. service and sermon by Bishop Bliss. J'uDlic welcome. First Baptist Church Bert J. Lehigh, pastor. The pastor will preach. Morn ing subject, " The Significance of Christ'. Cross." At 7 o'clock there will be a union service rn the Congrega tional church. Bible school at 12 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. service at . Prayer and praise service Thursday evening at 7:30. All are cordially in vited to attend all services of the church. Congregational Church F. L. Good speed. D.. I)., pastor. 10:30 a. m., di- i-ina u-nrctiin and nrearhing bv the Das- nr- anhieot. "The Clean Sword," a ser- i mon for Memorial Sunday. 12 m.. Sun-1 ,1,,.. ...hniil 7 n m. union service in 1 the interest of boys. Address by Rev. Charles N. St. John of Montpelier. Boys and their fathers especially wel come. Midweek service at :w o cioc- every Thursday evening. Public hearti ly invited to an services. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church Bailey Gatnert Lipsky, pastor. Morn ing service at 10:30. Mrs. E. J. Slocum, national worker of the W. C. T. L, will be present to give the address. Evening service at 7. Union service in the Congregational church. Dr. Charles St. John of Montpelier will speak to fathers and sons. Sunday school at 11:43. Epworth league at 6. Prayer service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. A cor dial welcome is extended to all. East Barre Congregational Church Morning service at 10:30; sermon top ic, "The World's Dominant Need." Church school at 11:45. Christian En deavor service at 0:13 p. m.; topic, "Being a Good Comrade. At 7 o clock Mr. Slomm of Boston, a W. C. T. L lecturer, will give an address on "Tem perance." Come and hear her. Teach ers' study elas Wednesday evening at 6:30. Prayer service at 7 ochs-k on Wednesday evening. All cordially invited. Skld Reading Framingham Leomin.ter Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Service Special for Memorial Day Silk Stockings 25o Reduction r Two Days' Sale Friday and Saturday Well known brands ROUND TICKET GORDON CRAWFORD VALOR Stockings that have sold for S3.50 Georgette Waists Special bale Friday and Satur- $3.00 $2.50 $2.25 25 y CM Sizes This special includes Waists of all prices from $5.98 to $20.00 MILLINERY SPECIAL-Ladies' Hats 25 Off 188 N, Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont Gardner Clinton Woburn far. to drai I; Support the Farm Bureau. Kverv thinking farmer should sup port the farm bureau. One of the strongest means of supporting any or ganisation is to attend its annual misi & 1 . . -. . fit ness meetings, n rmuui - n fleers and co-worker, which is a ..., fMnr towards its uoce. !.. i for tho other fellow 10:30, with talk to the boys and girls and sermon to adults from the theme, "Liberating the Bruised." Sunday school at U noon. The red and blue contest will oon end. Let every schol ar be present. At 7:30 p. m.. the pastor will give a stereopticon lecture, enti tled 'The Challenge of the World Task." Note the change of hour for evening servicefrom 7 to 7:30, on ac count or tne siereopiicon f""",-' are cordially invited to these services. Thursday, 7:3fl p. m.t preparatory .fu ture in the vestry. First UttiversalUt Church Frank O. Ti.t 1. ....r Kiiinlav aervicea: 10:30 1IUKF1 a, y nun.,. a. 01., divine worship; the O. A. K. will attend divine wornnipi j .--". Attend yourselves. Attend the ' an- j , bi K Wplcome. mini nusiness mi-viiiijt ington county farm bureau at Water- bin v June 3. adv. WcbstervUle Baptist Church Dr Chrictian Teteicn, pator. Morning worship at lll:30; topic, "A Positive Matement." Kvcning service at ; sub ject, "A Nation's Tribute to Its Hon ored Dead." Sunday school at 11:30. Will every scholar please be prei.ent ? The PilKrini singers will aing during ihe service and sive suitable music for the Memorial service in tlje evening. v ;ivi li tntlilic to come and wor- ... ,-.. t 1. .. :. t. witli us in me mvie cnurm uu Pirt Prhf erisn Church W. McN. Kittredge, pastor. Morning worship at Rhubarb Asparagus FRESH 1 rtt nre Celery Cranberries Cabbage Sweet Potatoes STRAWBERRIES Fruit Navel Oranges, Sweet and Juicy Grapefruit Bananas Umons -adv. NORTH MONTPELIER Washington oonty farm bureau t.u.inf... m'in(. following a fin pro- , at W aterbury .nine 3.-aiv. sme nf baeb'l will be l.eid Sun day at i:30 p- n. between the Little Wno.rn V. and the Bsrre lnj.pend entt. gram. A Closed all day Monday j 4 The Smith & Cumings Co., Inc A It; iiibijjiw's""1" un:fm'. l- . MemVr of rne v1? .? . n. w i'A a-rhie at I XT'" ft s v;irter f.n A J nr. h r-t 1 ' nV!k Mmimv tn"Tf irj ;n r' ll' IS) : lit.. ! ! v I a lK5Ttirf a POSTUM a mtmuttl 11:45 a. m., Sunday school in assembly room; Muray forum class in audito rium. 4 p. m., junior V. P. C. U. in assembly room; subject, "Memorial Day." 7:30 p. ni., the Tissot pictures of the New TeHtament; 120 of them; this will be the last evening service until after vacation; everyone should see and enjov these pictures. The di vine science class will meet on Tues day at 7:30 p. m.; subject, 'Harmony and Creation.'' The junior singing class on Wednesday at 4 p. m.; rehearsa for children Sunday. Choir rehearsal on Thursday at 7 p. tn.; members of the junior choir must be on band for this rehearsal. The Central association ill meet in North Montpelier on Wednesday, June 30. Children'a Sunday will be observed on June tf. Actual Experience ' i n t r! coffee is often tiarm- rl 1 1. UU Var 11 IUl LU i iksaiu L JJCCLLXO of Ihc dru "caffeine" whicii il contains. iNSmNTPOSTUM is free from all harm ful substances. It is a delicious cereal bev crade with a coffee like flavor. Zhizrey healthful Try a tin from the grocer. Made by Pestum Cereal Co. Battle Creek, Midv Bijou Theatre Entrance on Pearl St. Three Showa Daily, a:5. ;45. :3 PRICES: (including war ta) MATINEES t AH !. Usri IU EVENINGS! A anil IK, CWlsrsn IU -To-day- - Gladys Leslie in "TOO MANY CROOKS" A Wo "LIGHTNING BRYCE ni Roki comrdr. Attand matina. tot aaaia. Hsir Tala, Mir 1 (TWO DAYS ONLY) The screen's greatest actor, Lionel Barrymore, in "THE COPPERHEAD'' Foan(kd the fanvw. tir of ths ..men sm. k)r Awroatu. Thomas dcrfl .lr. wrnderfally L You ran t afford to miaa it. T U'ly. " 2:1 and 7 30. 8rial pn. din ts: tl rml I CANDY SPECLVLS FOR SATURDAY I All boxes of Apollo High-Grade Chocolates at a discount r a w more Peach Blossoms at, per lb -Jc t ! Our Delicious Ice Cream served with fruits will appeal to you in the warm weainer. BARRE CANDY KITCHEN The Home of Pure Candy MATINEE . EVENING . CHILDREN ...St imta ...II rantt Wednesday, Jans i Mary Miles Minter in "JUDDY OF POQUE'S HARBOR" aerial rtr produced. Tkatvdar. J Alice Lake in "SHORE ACRES" A nn'trrful drama. Toa l It. AW tpertal eomedf la t rmt. FrUar. Jan. Shirley Mason in THE SWEETEi'T CIKCVS f TORT EVER TOLD II -HER ELEPHANT jj MAN" '. Aa-c-BI-ACK SECRET." N U. n pseuire. KalaraWr. Ja ;i Alice Joyce in THE VENGEANCE OF DURAND" LH.KTNINC ftRYCX." d -" ,-r A'tmd tf nat.a for ' 1 ) GOOD VALUES REMEMBER, WE CLOSE ALL DAY MONDAY, MEMORIAL DAY Strictly Fresh Eggs, cash and carry, per doz. . 50c 3 pkgs. of Macaroni or Spaghetti for ........ 25c Grapelade for picnics, in jars, each . 20c 3 lbs. of 40c Coffee Saturday for SL00 Oranges, Sunkist Brand, per doz., 55c, 60c and 0c Strawberries, Grapefruit, Bananas, Figs, and DatCS' BAKERY DEPARTMENT Currant Buns, the new Bun, per dozen . ... . . 18c Sugar Jumbles, Molasses Jumbles, Cookies, and all the regular Cakes and Pastry. Ladd's Cream Bread will keep fresh over the holiday. Don't forget to order early. MEAT DEPARTMENT Fresh Native Rhubarb, per lb., 5c. 6 lbs. for 25c Best Western Roasts of Beef, per lb. ... . . . . 3oc Pork Liver 2Ibs-for Pork Sausage, per lb. .... . . . Fowls, Native Veal and Pork, also Spring 1 Native Asparagus, new Bunch Beets, String Beans, Ripe Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Lettuce. FISH DEPARTMENT Sale on Fresh-Fish Saturday morning, plenty of lobsters. Order early. It is a good time to buy Ginger Ale by the case. Ask us. The F. D. Ladd Company hr-dv ot vi i Wr in t;. I. IVMere.I, aa:tnt.