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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1920.
For the Kiddies KIDDIE KARS WITH TRAILER Something new in this line. A trailer that is just like real ones.. 'ADJUSTIBLE KIDDIE KARS This may be raised or lowered to four different heights, for a small child, or a big boy. BOYCYCLES With ball-bearing wheels and pedals; large rubber tires and adjustable seat and handle bars. TRICYCLES In different sizes. - w For the Baby Some very good styles in Strollers, Go-Carts and Sulkies. ; For the Grown Ups During the hot weather now at hand, a Re frigerator, that will keep your food sweat and pure, and also save ice, is a thing to be desired. We have just such a Refrigerator. In many sizes and prices. - B.W.Hooker&Co. UKDERTA.KB RS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICB City rtU. Mm u bor-Irivo ur.buLivct; distance calla at WHuUi , term. ' Pleasing Music for Warm Days When it is too hot to seek pleasure, just sit quietly in a shady corner, turn on the phonograph and you'll get all the pleasurable music you want. We would like to put a phonograph in your home right away. We can do it " by supplying yoli with a popular make, x highly advertised machine, offering it in all of the big range of sizes and styles of cabinets, selling it at the or dinary market price, the same here as anywhere else in the country and de livering it to you at once on easy terms. Records, too. The newest July records are now ready, and there are some wonderfully pleasing, 'summer selec tions in this number. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street 1 GOOD THINGS TO EAT Native Strawberries are coming in this week for canning and we are going to sell Sugar for 24c lb., and 100 lbs., at the store for $23.75. The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop For Women and Misses Voile and Gingham Dresses answer best the question of what is the wisest addition to your summer wardrobe now. Excellent variety in styles and colors to choose from ; the trimming treatment is very effective, and each and every one nicely tailored, $5.00 and up. All Silk Dresses at 20 cents on the dollar off. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Texas Onions r 7c lb.; 4 for 23c Fresh Rhubarb, ten pounds for 23c Seeded Raisins, one-lb package 23c Seedless Raisins, one-tb package.. 23c Bulk Apricots, per lb 33c Bulk Peaches, per lb " 30c Green Mountain Brand Bacon, per lb . '. 40c, whole Greci Mountain Brand Bacon, per tb 43c sliced Pineapple, Canteloupes, Bananas, Oranges and Grape Fruit Bunch Onions, Lettuce, Radishes, Wax Bean?, Green Peas, Bunch Beets, TALK OF THE TOWN Dance, Woodbury pond, July 3; Aguinaklo's orchestra. adv. Good all wool up to the minute style suit. Values up to $50 $2Q.50. La morey's. -Frank Craddock Is taking a two weeks' vacation from the E. A. Drown drug store. Danca in Rowland hall every Wednesday and Saturday. Landi's or chestra. adv. . Just1 received at Heath's, another large shipment of wall and ceiling pa per. 94 Xorth Main street. Roland J. Sidney of Hardwick Is vis iting friends in liarre, having arrived last evening from Waterbury, Conn. Stanley Sullivan and Edward Car roll, Philadelphia retail monumental dealers, are in town for a few days. Paul Gregpire of Boston arrived in Barre yesterday to visit for a time his sister, Mrs. , James Duncan of Highland avenue. Joseph and David Stephen arrived from Toronto last night to visit at the home of their uncle, David Stephen of South Main street. Miss Madeline Dion and Vivian Ma totte lpft early today to attend an outing held in Plainfield by the wom an's club of that place. Mrs. Ed. Charpentier and daughter, Gladys Noonan, have returned from Williamstown, where they have been visiting Mrs. R. B. Cloud. Mrs. Charles Gale and son and Mrs. T. R. McLean have returned to their homes in Littleton, N. H., after vis iting with relatives in Graniteville. The Ladies of the Maccabees will hold a sale of home-cooked food Sat urday afternoon in the Averill store on Main street. Means, bread, doughnuts, pies and cake will be on sale. . The Tilden Shoe Co. has moved to the store formerly occupied by the People's Shoe Store in the Currier block. It will be open for business Thursday. Julv 1. at 10 a. m. adv. John Dickraan of Jersey Citv. N. J.. president of the New Jersey State Monumental Dealers' association, ar rived in the city very recently and is passing a few days in Barre and Mont pelier. Dr. Fay of Burlington and of the state board of health was in town.yes terday on a brief business trip, having come to purchase a new automobile of a local dealer. He returned to Burling ton to-day. Clara Barton guild will hold a picnic Thursday, July 1, at Benjamin falls. If it rains Thursday, the picnic will b held Friday. If it rains Friday, a social time will be held in the church parlors. Members please- meet at the waiting room in time to take the 5:15 car. Rumors current to the effect that the national convention of the Gran ite Monumental Retail Dealers' asso ciation had been postponed from Aug. 17, 18 and 10. to some time in Septem ber were shattered yesterday by an of ficial telegram received at the Granite Manufacturers' association office. The telegram stated that all such rumors were false and that the convention would be held as planned. A dozen or more granite firms of Barre have re served space at the convention to ex hibit products of their plants. Earl Burgess of Washington street joined Dr. and Mrs. Horace Watson and family of Montpelier to-day on an auto trip to Portland, Me., where they go to spend a few weeks' vaca tion. Mr. Burgess will pass a week at Old Orchard and then report for stud ies at the ummer school of Boston university, conducted from July fi to Aug. 28, at Ellsworth, Me., under orders of the federal government. TALK OF THE TOWN Cash paid for rags, magazines, iron, etc. 'Phone 710-R, Abram Fine. Regular meeting of the A. O. H. on Thursday evening, July 1, 7 o'clock. The Tilden Shoe Co, will open, its new store in the Currier block Thurs day, July 1. adv. One hundred old songs, words and music, in book, 10c a copy .at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Allen Cutts of Boston is visiting his daughter, Mrs. John Johnson, of 37 South Main street for a week or so. Frank Prestini, formerly of the Red Cross Pharmacy, began work to-day as a clerk at the Barre Drug Co. Mrs. J. Giudici has returned to her home on Beckley street. The last two months she has been spending visiting friends and relatives in Italy. Miss May Paul of West Patterson street left this morning for the White mountains, where she has obtained a position in a hotel for the summer. Assistant Fire Chief Edward Barrett went to Burlington to-day to accom pany home his wife and family, who have beM spending a month with rela tives there. William Haddigan of Springfield, Mass., accompanied by his daughter, Dagma, arrived at the home of his mother, Mrs. Frank Merrill, of Pros pect street to pass a week's vacation. Oswaldo Cabrini, who has beeinwork-" ing for a considerable period hi New York, returned to Barre yesterday, and expects to commence work in the gran ite sheds of some local company very shortly. Miss Dorothy Boyce and Miss Estelle Holden left yesterday to attend the Methodist summer school at tne .sioni pelier seminary. They will remain there for the entire course. Miss Emi ly Dodge of Averill street is also at tending the institute. In honor of Miss May Paul, who left this morning for the White mountains, a down of her friends arranged a fare well party at the home of G. W. Rey nolds of High street last evening. Mu sic and dancing, as well as games, helped to pass the evening pleasantly. The usual light refreshments were served, and the party broke up at midnight. Word has been received by friends in the city of the death of Rev. James Harrv Holden, which occurred Monday, June28. Dr. Holden was a graduate of Goddard seminary in the class of 1881 and has many acquaintances in this section. Funeral services will be held at the Roxbury Universalist church, Roxburv, Mass., of which he was a for mer pastor, on Thursday, July 1, at 2 o'clock, p. m BETHEL VOTED TO BUILD NEW CREAMERY (Continued from first page.) Football Players, Attention! Clan Gordon, No. 12, O. S. C, having been requested by several football players to renew the five-a-aide football competition at their annual picnic and games July 31, have decided to do so, providing four or more teams will guarantee to enter the competition. Substantial prizes will be given. Club and team committees communicate their intentions on or before July 9 to Donald F. McLood, secretary amuse ment committee, 14 Camp street, Barre. Montpelier Band Concert Program. The following program will be given Thursday night at 7:4.") near the Pa vilion in" Montpelier by the Montpel.er Military band: "Star Spangled Banner" March, "Light Out" McCoy Overture, "Semiramide" Rossini Fantasia from "Sonnambula" Cavellini G. Rossi "The Hoboes' Reel" Sargent Waltz, "Souvenir" Bosquet "Gems of Stephen Foster" Tobani March, "Frederick's" Merrill "America" EAST BARRE Come and hae one more grand time at the gymnasium hall Thursday eve ning, July 1. Carroll's orchentra, six piece. Plenty of room to park cars, -adv. Repnlar meeting of Wuhocn trile. No. 19, I. O. R. M.. on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Ev ery member requested to be present. Everett Dutton was operated on at the sanatorium last week for the re moval of adenoids. R. C. Cowdrey is laid up by reason of an operation for a cancer on one of his arms, performed by Dr. F. C. Fletcher of Gaysville. Prof. James H. Wilson is home from the University of Wisconsin, where he Is a professor of French. C. M. Bryant of Sioux Falls, S. D., a former resident, is visiting relatives here after an absence of 3.5 years. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rood of Boston and George C. Buikman of Milford, Mass.. former residents, are here for a few days. Mm. "Cora Bradley is home from a visit to her daughter, Alice, in Holyoke, Mass. A daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. A. Linus Edmunds. Benjamin Bartholomew of Clare m6nt, X. H., is cook at J. R. Turner's restaurant. Paul M. Phillips, his wife and their daughter, Eleanor, will leave at once for T'ittifleld. Mass., where he has a position with the Pittsfield Milk ex change. C. C. Dwyer is here from Boston, ac companying his mother, Mrs. Almira Dwyer, -who is here for the summer with her sister, Mrs. H. W. Davis. by government agents, Barre and vi-1 f "A , , 1 . ,1 A t - cuuiy wouia unaouoieuiy come to un nationally famed for its unequalled products. , At the conclusion of the meeting a committee of three was appointed to draw up the by-laws for the establish mcnt. These were '. Dr. E. F. Ban croft, chairman; Neil Smith of Wil liamstown, and Frank Miner of Orange. These men, together with the newly elected building and investigation com mittee, Charles Gordon, chairman; J. A Cummings, Will Jackson C. R. Hebert of Williamstown, and, E. J. Bis son of Orange, planned after the ad journment of the meeting a two-day automobile trip to seven separate co operative creameries in this state as well as visits to the Burlington city crea merits. The meeting adjourned until Satur day, July, 10, when the findings of the committees will be reported and fur ther progress for organization acted upon. GAVE HEARING . ON OIL STATION (Continued from first page) alleged spite fence on Third street. Five bonds for admission of Barre peo ple to tuberculosis sanatorium were ordered enecuted. A specific request from the Mormons for the right to hold meetings at De pot square was denied hut with the understanding that meetings could be held where the police department des ignated. Bills were paid as follows: Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co., interest on water bonds, $1,487.50; tombstone data, $H8.2.-; street pay, t455.77; engi neering pay, 0.73; water pay, $120. 82; police, $Sf.fi5; C. L. Booth, $20; James Milne, $20. WILLIAMSTOWN WEBSTERVILLE Come and have o'ne more grand time at the gymnasium hall Thursday eve ning. Julv 1. Carroll's orchestra, six pieces. Plenty of room to park cars. adv. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTtl-A soon as poMibl. cotiaira about 6 rooms, with srdn : would also iika barn pnviiss If possibl; lr Robinson. )i j;astrnavenur ' XO RENT Small S-room tnmit axtra is . a m n nn nn. With mill children need apply; E. T. Moer 7 Pwiwi strart. LKlJE PASTURE TO LET in the Notch ; D. C. Simpson. Kut Ornr.Vt ! i'O R S ALE Hardwood lumber, ISO to :") . . ul . aklri hut Will coruidir aala on stump; I ml. from drvoi: writ tj "Lumber." ear Tihm. Sits' Ti.LK GIRL WANTED At JaV R; tairanU Vrvo aquara. FOR " SALE Fivo-piswnier 4-ryi. Buk-k tourina- oar. modal 1 ; E. A. Pi-indla. Barra. WANTED Private lassons i shorthand: writ to M. N.. rarw limas. am D1SSOLUTON OF PARTNERSHIP Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dunham were in Barre and Montpelier yesterday on a business mission. Mr. Dunham has lately bought the Blaine farm on the J west, hill, known to older residents as the Dennison Brown farm. Miss Doris Covell, who has lately finished her first year in a normal school at Washington, D. C, is spend ing her vacation in Vermont and is jut now the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ada Lasell. Fred Lacaillade, who hss been living on the Fred Jackson farm on Baptist street, has moved to a farm thst be has bought in the town of Barre. Miss Julia Martin, daughter of Wil liam C. Martin of White River Junc tion, is visiting relatives in town. The two state trucks, that have been in use in the gulf, drawing gravel for a month past, have finished the job and have been taken back to Montpel ier by their drivers, Messrs. Morrill of Ktow"e and Zaniconi of Barre. Mrs. Fannie E. Covell and son. Frank Covell, were in Morrisville to call on Oliver Bacon and family recently. A. H. Cheney went Sunday to Chel sea west hill to visit old acquaintances and attend the church there, that he went to when a boy. He was accom- : panied by his sister, and Miss Josie Hib bard and the latter is to stay for a short visit. Mr. Cheney intends soon to return to his home in Hollywood, Cal. Orrin P. Lambert has moved from , the Poole house at the south' end of the village to the farm on Baptist street: lately vacated by Fred Lacaillade. j The Home Study club will entertain' the Rural Good Luck and friend at the homa of Mrs. Walh next Thursdsy j afternoon at 2 o'clock. Miss Gridlsy, the community social worker of Bane, will address the meeting. Each member of the Home Study club is privileged to invite a friend. Please make arrangements for auto; trips early. Have been obliged to dis appoint a number of patrons lately on account of conflicting date. George Y Wilbcr. The Williamstown Co. are shipping a car of bark to. the tannery at Mor risville. Mrs. B. C. Hovt i away from home on a visit to relative in Morrisvibe and St. Johnsbury. 'GRANITEVILLE Rev. M. .1. O'Farrell of Quebec i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Far rell of Graniteville. t'ome and have one more grand time at the gvmnasium hall Thursday eve ning, July 1. Carroll's orchestra, six pieces. Plenty of room to park cars, -adv. Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield .Good Goods Adams Company Good Service SUGGESTIONS FOR THE FOURTH VOILE AND SILK DRESSES What is prettier and more suggestive of cool comfort than a dainty Voile Dress? We can show you some exceptional values. VOILE PLAIN DARK FIGURED LIGHT FIGURED Prices, $7.50 to $22.50 SILK TAFFETA GEORGETTE SILK AND GEORGETTE Prices, $15.00 to $65.00 BAGS AND CASES If going away for the WEEK-END HOLI DAY, you will perhaps want a new Bag or Case. Look ours over and compare the values. STRAW CASES $2.98 to $4.75 WEEK-END CASES $9.00 to $17.50 BAGS $5.75 to $32.50 BATHING SUITS All combinations of colors in best fine wool. Pricse, $2.98 to $10.00 Under-muslins !( BLOOMERS Plain and Figured Crepe and Batiste Prices,$ 1.25 to $2.25 NIGHT GOWNS Crepe, $1.25 to $2.25 WHITE .SKIRTS S2.00 to $5.98 ENVELOPES Nainsook, $1.59 to $2.98 Silk, $3.25 to $7.98 it 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store , Vermont Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Kecne, N. H. Barre. Vt. Reiriilar meet injr f Degree of Pocahontas will h held Thiirn- day evening. July I, at 7:30 o'clock. Refreshments. eonrcra o lh dwtolution. br mutual eon- twttrarn A. A. Bott. W. H. mtxt ;ml L. K. Flint. uiMfer tb ftrm nm of The Eatniaa Stan. A. A. Boyr and L. E. Fltnt will continue Um nwirvM. rrmi U bill n4 mliwt- Inc all .' A. A. BOYCE. For tne Kut man Stnr. Jun 2. !.. Fireworks We have a large complete line for the Fourth. Orders put up and reserved on deposit. Order early and make sure.v Lander's Billiard Parlor Lander's Smoke Shop 92 and 100 Main Street MONTPELIER Henry Baker, whom the imimirr tUni officer jilaced in the county jail j Monrlay night, follow injf removal of the' man irfun a n i hi nnu ... . tbr Ileacon carnival a loaded. waj taken by the officer back to St. Alhani Uftt evening. o that he miht be taken J rharpe of with the other two men whoj were found on the train at St. Alhanj the name afternoon. I The linemen who have been em-j ployed by the Tenney company stated h.t evening that they left work be cause the management had not com plied with the promise made last year, namely, that they would have a raise when the new rate went into effect. That raise ha occurred and Mill, they claim, no offer of any raise had been made them, although they had ap proached their superior officer. They feel that as compared with the men in the granite industry they have a much more hazardous employment than these ptrsons and therefore are entitled to considerable more wages than they have been receiving. Sheriff F. H. Tracy adjourned the May term of Vermont supreme court about 3:3i o'clock Tuesday afternoon, following the argument in the Wind ham county case of Stephen Iriy v. Clinton Underwood, in which the for mer petitioned for a new trial on the grounds of newly discovered evidence, which included affidavit setting forth that Underwood had told different per sons that his injuries were "due to a wound received some time before the tight took place. In the lower court there were two cases; t ray wa plain tiff in one and Underwood in the other. They were tried jointly, the jury re turned a verdict for UnLrood, amounting to ?2,.'it. which the court reduced to $1..(hI. and the case came to supreme court as stated above. The city of St. Albans tax cases were not ar gued, but the major portion of the morning waa us-ed in the argument be tween counsel relative to a continu ance of the case, in which Uharles H. Parting claimed that the ae should be continued becauie he had not had time to prepare the case. Two years' taxes are due, amounting to $12.no each year. The case was continued to he Oitohcr term of. court, so there w ill be another years interest due if the city wins the suit. The defense ha won in the last move made in the cast-. Mrs. Moses Kertil has gone to Lynn, M.. for a visit with her aona. . A. P. Richardson of Canaan and J. A. I-ongmore of St. Johnsbury were in the city lust evening on their way to Burlington. Lieutenant and Mr. L. A. White, the latter formerly .Miss IVrothy Al len, left last night for their new homsj in Newport, R. L They have just re turned from their honeymoon, arrivins back to attend the Wadlund Reed wed ding, which occurred yesterday afternoon. Talcum Powders are not a luxury but a necessity in hot weather to absorb moisture of the body and prevent excessive perspiration. t VIOLET DULCE JONTEEL INTENSE PvOSE RIKERS VIOLET JAYNES BORATED CORYLOPSIS CARA NOME BOUQUET RAM EE BOUQUET DAZIRA CASHMERE BOUQUET DACTYLIS HUDXUrS Red Cross Pharmacy GOOD VALUES Good Luck Jar Rubbers, fits all popular jars, the original cold pack Rubber, per dozen 10c E-Z Seal Lightning Jars, one-half pint, doz.. . .90c E-Z Seal Lightning Jars, pints, per doz $1.10 E-Z Seal Lightning Jars, quarts, doz $1.20 Granulated Sugar for preserving, per It 24c Brown Sugar, light grade, per lb 22c A limited amount of Loaf and Powdered Sugar. Buy a case of Ginger Ale for July 4th; Clicquot or Harvard Ginger Vi, per case $3.75 (50c rebate on empties). Ginger Ale. off the ice, single bottle .".17c Moxie, Grape Juice and Lime Juice by the bottle. The F. D. Ladd Company i The Smith & Comings Co., Inc.