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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT., MONDAY, JULY 26, 1920.
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Wood Finish
Metal Beds
The newest thing in the bed line,
made by the Simmons Bed Co.
They are more substantial than wood,
and have the same appearance.
Beds in Oak, Mahogany and Wal
nut. Metal beds of all kinds.
Cribs for the Kiddies
Large and small
Clothes Hampers
A very convenient article for any
home.
Baby Walkers
To teach baby to walk. A great
help for mother.
Waste Paper Baskets
A size for,' every place and use,
made of a WOOD FIBER com
position that is UNBREAKABLE
and FIREPROOF.
B.W.Hooker&Co.
UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SEBV1C1
Citr rata an aa kn-drivtn aatbuUncti -itan call at raaaaaaM
TALK OF THE TOWN
MOTORS
A Power Partnership
When you buy a G. E. Motor you go into part
nership with a concern which gladly makes your
power problems theirs.
"Service to G. E. Motor users" is the slogan.
You buy more than a motor, if you specify G. E.
you buy power insurance.
May we estimate on your motor needs.
Barre Electric Company
Tel. 98Barre
Mon
tpelier Electric Co.
Tel. 26 Montpelier
"For Your Electrical Wants'
PUya Piano By u.
"Brook is really a. clever pianist,
lor ha play everything by ear."
"An! That explaina it, then. I nev
er Relieved he could maVa thoea aounda
with hia fingera." Boya' Life.
I Our Modest Writera.
Humble admirer Are the character
in your booka drawn from real life?
Haughty author Did you ever meet
lueh charming people in real life a
my character? Boeton Transcript.
Choice.
Late diner (at resort ( Well, what
have you got?
Waitress Boiled ham and fUh but
the fih la all out. Which "11 you have?
Boston Transcript.
Would Co lika the Seat.
Wife Oh, John, our cook haa be
come engaged to the milkman.
Hub Don't worry, my dear. En
gagements are breakable and you
know Bridget. Boston Transmpi.
! Good Values in Teas and Coffees
Chase & Sanborn's ifc-Ib. pkg. Jap" Tea 40c
Chase & Sanborn's y2-Ib. pkg. Uncolored Jap
Tea 40c
Chase & Sanborn's V-Ib. pkg. English Break
fast Tea 40c
Chase & Sanborn's Ib. pkg. Orange Pekoe
Tea 45c
Monadnock Vfc-lb. pkg. Green Tea 30c
Monadnock V&lb. PkS- Oolong Tea 30c
Monadnock i-lt. pkg. Uncolored Jap Tea 30c
Chase & Sanborn's 1-lb. can Seal Brand Coffee 58c
Our Own Fresh Roasted Coffee, per lb. 45c, 50c, 55c
White House Coffee, per lb 58c
BULK TEA
India Ceylon Tea, per lb 35c
Rob Roy Tea, per lb 55c
Black fea, per lb f 40c
Green Jap Tea, per lb 60c
Uncolored Jap Tea, per lb 60c
MALT EXTRACT
Sud Berry Malt Product in Jars ',4-Ib. Hops free
with each quart jar.
Plenty of Sugar for Canning.
I The Smith & Cumings Co., Inc.
Last week Shea'a big aale. adv.
Dr. E. G. Sprague'a office will be
closed on Wednesday, July 28.
Something doing every minute at the
Clan picnic the coming Saturday. Bet
ter be on hand. adv.
Misa Lillian .Gearin returned to
Northfield to-day after a few daya' vis
it with relatives in this city.
Public dance, Howland hall, Friday
night, July 30, Carroll's orchestra.
Everything ideal for a good time.
adv.
Charles C. Kenyon of Bnrlingtou
spent the week end with his parent,
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kenyon of Frank
lin street.
Prof, and Mrs. 'G. A. Harvey of
Montpelier passed Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. O. J. Dodge and to-day left
for Springfield, Mass., to visit friends.
.Long-distance and general trucking;
truck is also equipped to carry parties;
will seat between 13 and 20 people. All
pneumatic tires. Granite Cite Bottling
Works. Call 716 -M or 748-W.
Gage & Gage's office will close at
i:oon Wednesday, July 2S, for two
wenks. Office hours on that late arei
Barre, 9 tq 10 a. m. : Montpelier, 10 to
11 a. m. Notice will be civeu iu two
weeks when the regular hour will be-
in. adv.
In addition to the large program ad
vertised, Clan Gordon will have a relay
race, distance of . three-fourths mile,
open to teams of three men each. A
prize ol $10 to the winning team, pre
sented by Clansman J. Corskie. En
tries close July 29 at 7 p. m. adv.
Tatty Mcliardy of Ayers street, who
on Saturday underwent an operation
for appendicitis at the City hospital,
is resting comfortably at the present
time.
.A lawn party will be held at the
home of Mrs. D. C. Jarvis, 102 Orange
street, next Thursday at 2:30 p. m.
Bring 25c and your work for a social
afternoon. Everyone welcome. Cake
and ice cream served free. adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Perley W. Churchill are
spending a few "week with the hit
ter's mother, Mrs. Alexander Gordon.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Churchill's aister, Misa Dorothy Buch
an, who has been spending six weeks
with her in Berlin, X. H.
The annual picnic of the Congrega
tional Sunday school will be held at
Benjamin Falls Wednesday, July 29.
Extra cars will leave from opposite
eity hall at 10:30 o'clock. The fare
will be nine cents each way. Cars will
leave on the return trip at 4:45 o'clock.
Let everyone, old and young, take the
day off and have a good time. If it
rains, picnic will be Thursday.
Mrs. Louis J. Bruya and daughter,
Elsie, returned Saturday to their home
on Maple Grove street from Middle
bury, where for several days they vis
ited relatives. Miss Catherine Bruya
also returned Saturday from a few
weeks' stay in Essex Junction.
The Harrison Granite company's soc
cer football team extends a challenge
to any soccer football team in Barre
or the state of Vermont, this team
having recently been organized to ap
pear at the Clan Gordon picnic next
Saturday afternoon. Most of the team
is composed of Scottish players, men
of much experience in the game.
At 12 o'clock Saturday noon word
was received by the management of the
Barre K. of C. team that the Mont
pelier Whirlwinds could not meet the
Barre team at Lincoln campus. With
such a short notice another tium ould
not be secured in time to play at the
scheduled starting time, so no game
was played. Upon inquiry it si
learned that mopt of the Whirlwind
team is- composed of Montpelier "Ka
ceys," which team had a game sched
uled in Brandon Saturday altcrnoon.
Arrangements for a game between the
Barra K. of C. and the East Barre
team are afoot now for Thursday aft
ernoon at Lincoln campus.
The 6 o'clock trolley car leaving
Barre dropped onto tha tie near
Dodge's crossing last evening when
passing oxer the Wells Rier track
crossing, all lour wnceis oi me open
summer car leaving the tracks. Tl
car is always trailing ery lowly at
this crossing and was so doing hst
night, going not more than two feet
over the ties before being stopped,
None of the passengers, of whom there
were a comparatively few on this car
was injured. Soon after the repair
car arrived with Sunt. Charles Durell
and a gang of workmen, who put th
car back on the rails without much
trouble. Meanwhile passengers were
transferred from large closed-in car
on the Barre aide to others on the
Montpelier side and in this manner
(enire continued with but little lo
of time.
A farewell party was given to Mra.
Ina Morrison in K. of I'. hall by the
I. O. O. L.. M. V., at the chwe of their
regular meeting, Friday. July 23. tn
behalf of thoee present, Mrs. N!ie Bi
anchi presented Mis. Mrtrrisoo a hand
some traveling rac a gld ring and a
large bouquet of flower. Mr. Morri
son responded, thanking the tlH l-
die for the;r gift". Th affair i a
surprise to Mr. M'WTiw'n, leaira
soon for Philadelphia, where she will
ride. She will bt mi-sed at the mat
ing of the lodtre. "alwr she ha been
a" faithful worker for a number of
jears. Ifrehraent of i r-m and
f ake ere served, ard drx i2 en-
, joyed and a Ute hocr, wVn eery-
txdy wihed Mr. Mi-rri j y and
5 ' ia her few home. TVf rnnit -
I ! tee in c?"ar;e rr Mr e'i- B h-V.
Mr W i!: am S-ff V. Mr S'ert
ard Mrs lt e
TALK OF THE TOWN
Miss Florence Ryle of Jefferson
street spent Sunday in Burlington with
friends. r
"Come along buddies," and of the
best times in store atN the American
Legion dunce in Howland hall Friday
night. adv. . '
The greatest outdoor event of tha
season, looked forward to by so many
the Clan picnic at Caledonia park,
Saturday, July 23. adv.
W. H. Gilwee of St. Albans, past di
rector of the St. Albans lodgt. Loyal
Order of Moose, was in Barre yester
day, assisting in the installation work
Of Barre lodge..
You had a good time at their pre
vious dance. Attend the coming dance
In Howland hall Friday night, July 30,
auspices, Barre post, No. 10, American
Legion. Carroll's orchestra. adv.
Mrs. Chester Bennett of W,t street
together with her little daughter, Vir
ginia, left last evening for Hope, Mj.,
to visit for a few weeks Mr. and Mrs.
Loren Bennett at their home.
Louis Drake of this city recently pur
chased the house at S7 Va Brook streut,
owned by James Mortimer, and now
occupies the home. Mr. Mortimer left
soon after for Bridgeport, Conn., to
reside.
Shephen Whalen, a mu-'e'rn, w
is well known in Barre by bi affilia
tion for several months with tha Landi
orchestra, was in town over the week
end'visiting Al Messier, and to-day re
turned to Springfield, where he playa
with a Springfield orchestrf..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins of 2t
Spaulding street and son, Charles, jr.,
returned last night from Highgate
Spring, where they have been camp
ing for the past two weeks. Mr. Col
lins resumed work at the Miera barber
shop to-day.
Robert Murphy of the Murphy 4
Weafer firm has returned to this city
at the expiration of three weeks' va
cation, spent at the opening of the
grand circuit races in Cleveland, O.,
and at Highgate Springs, from which
he returned last evening.
There were many special cars run
ning between Barre and Montpelier thii
morning before 10 o'clock to accommo
date Bnrre people for the Hagenback
Wallace circus parade at the capital
to-day. These, as well as many others,
later In the day for the afternoon per
formance were well filled.
Mra. Elixabcth Lagore of the Morae
block and Miss Annia McGue of Boa
ton, her aister, arrived in the eity yes
terday from Joe's pond, after camping
there during the past two weeks. Miss
McGue returned last evening to Boa
ton, while their guest, Misa W. B. Ken
nedy of Burlington, also returned to
her borne, having stopped at tha camp
for a week or more.
For Sale: At 30 Averill street, 10
room house, bath room on first
and aecond floors, electric lights, gas,
wide piazra on two sides house, shade
trees, large barn, garage, chanct to
keep hens; small piece of ground for
garden; splendid location, five min
utes' walk to street cars, postoffice
and business section) fine neighbor
hood, near Currier park. Rooms readi
ly rentedand bring regular income.
House could be easily and cheaply
converted into three separate apart
ments. Fine proposition for anyone
wanting home and income at same
time. George L. Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Koyea of Hotel
Barre were somewhat started Saturday
night to frceive a Ulegram from her
dauchter, Muriel Oiamberlin, reading
to the effect that her mother need not
be alarmed a all disturbance had been
quieted at the institution. Not until
receiving a New York Sunday paper
could Mrs. Noyes understand tha mes
sage, but in this aba learned tnat a
race riot had occurred at tha New
York state reformatory for women at
Bedford, N. Y., where Misa CLijjberlin
ha charge of the recreatim depart
ment during tha summer months, un
til the re-opening of New Hampshire
state college. Miss Chamber! i waa at
Fort Kisco, N. Y., when she sent the
telegram, undoubtedly having gone
there for safety, while the 150 whit
women and negressea with flat iron.
buUher Initea and atone endeavored
to chastise one another.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Another of those enjoyable dancing
partiea Friday night, July 30, auspices,,
Barre post, American Legion.- adv. j
A. H. Burke of the Burke brothers' ,
granite firm left last night on "a trip j
to the middle west to transact busi-;
nesa in the interest of this firm. j
. Robert Doyle, decorator at the Union !
Dry Goods store, accompanied by his
wife, went to Groton pond to-day to
remain a week or more while having a !
vacation from the store. - j
Th woman's association of 'he Cor-
gregationa'l church will meet in the
church parlor to-morrow afternoon at
2 o'clock to sew for the missionary
barrel. A large attendance U desired, j
In the list of marriage intentions j
published in the Boston Sunday Globe,
was the following, which will be of in
tereet here: Antonio Luoni, 29, painter,
262 Norfolk avenue, Roxbury, and An
gelina R. Locarno, 21, bookkeeper, 7
Cleveland avenu.e Barre, Vt
Misa Esther McCarthy of Summer
street finished her duties at the J. W.
Dillon insurance agency Saturday to
accept a position in the St. Johnsbury
headquarters of the Metropolitan Life
Insurance company, and left o-day to
begin work.
Misa Helen O'Keefe of Upland avenue
returned to her duties in the office of
the Cooley-Wright Co. in Waterbury
to-day, having juat returned with her
aister, Margaret, from a two weeks'
stay with friends and relativea in Bed
ford, Sherbrooke and Windsor Mills,
Canada.
While driving to Burlington yester
day with hia family, Thomas 7. Burke
experienced an accident that made fur
ther travel impossible and Mr. Burke
was compelled to have the Palace gar
age towing car bring the machine back
to Barre. The car was trawling about
25 milea an hour near Bolton when a
knuckle joint of the steering gear
broke and the wbeela turned at an acuta
angle, causing one tire to be pulled off
the wheel and the car to stop in the
ditch. Nobody wa injured and the
damage to the car i cnmpa'ativjiy
alight, aa the joint which broke had
been cracked for a considcrabale time.
Rev. George F. Fortier, snper nteud
ent of the Universalist churches, an
nounces that Rev. Weston A. Cate of
Henderson, N. Y., has tem pted the In
vitation of the Church of the Messina
at St. Johnsbury to become its pas
tor, succeeding Rev. H. Q. D. Scott, who
completee his work on Sept. 1. Mr. Cate
ia a graduate of Goddard seminary and
of St. Lawrence university and has
been pastor at Henderson sii.ee his
graduation. Mrs. Cate is a native of
Wllliamstown and was for some year
a teacher in the public schools of Barr.
Mr. Cate will begin his work on Sept 1.
WILLI AMSTOWN
Miss Rhoda Bruce, who is taking her
vacation from her work in the Downs
afore, ia In Springfield, Masa., where
she has a brother, Robert, and two
aisters, Rachel and Rena.
Miss Merle House of Northfield is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. .?. A. Jamieson.
Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Markey were in
East BrookfielJ Sunday afternoon.
Mis Clara Wightman of Wilmette,
111., for eeveral year a teacher in the
schools of Chicago, is at the inn for a
short time. Relative of hers formerly
lied in town and vicinity, one of theoe.
Daniel Britton, being one of the early
storekeepers in Barre.
Walter B. Simon, was in East Hard-
wick yesterday and Misses Esther and
Rebecca Seaver, Bernice and Dorothy
Downs, who had been paing a week
with Mrs. John Iron of that place, re
turned home with him.
Oversize tire are made stronger,
hold more air and ride easier than reg
ular iiea. I have a set of Mi helin for
rear of Ford car, including tubes,
slightly used, that I will sell at a
greatly reduced price. Other sires' in
atoek. George E. Wilber. adv.
William H. Gale and daughter.
Gladya. of Barre were in town yester
day, calling on old friends.
Mrs. Edith Allen of Albany, N. Y.,
i in town aa the guest of her aunt,
Mr. Nellie Martin.
W. E. Carpenter of Northfield was
at home over the week end.
Monday Special
15c Chloride of Lime; to-day special price. ... 10c
Summer Cereal Prices
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, at this store, 2 for 25c
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, at this store, each. . . 14c
Kellojjcs Krumbled Bran, at this store, each. . 20c
Puffed Rice or Puffed Wheat, at this store, each 15c
Armour's Rolled Oats, cook in ten minutes 2Sc
o ;n niirnu-n IT m nf Triprl Tjird'
c;m.iai ww w -
PURE LARD, in bulk, Cash and Carry, lb. .
No. 3 Pail PURE LARD, Cash and Cam, .
Xo. 5 Pail PURE LARD, Cash and Carry, "
No 10 Pail PURE LARD, Cash and Carry,
No 20 Pail PURE LARD, Cash and Carry,
The F. D. Ladd Company
. 25c
. 75c
$1.15
2.30
, 4.60
Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield
Good
Goods
Adams Company
July Clearance Sale
Good
Service
Knit Underwear
Prices to clearaway. ,
Boys' Gauze Shirts and Drawers
Regular prices, 50c, 59c. 9Q
To close OS3FC
Ladies' Medium Union Suits
Regular prices, $1.75, $2.00. QOr
To close . ............
Ladies' Summer Unions
Regular price, 79c. AQn
To close
Hosiery
Clearance Prices. Ladies' Silk Hose
Regular price, $2.50 $1 AQ
To close
Black an WhlU Only.
Fibre Silk Hose In Colors.
Regular prices, $2.25, $1.59. QQP
I x yj uucb v
! Children's Hose
' Black Whlu Pink Blm.
I Regular prices, 39c to 79c. Q7r
! To close "
4 pair for $L00
Children's Hose
I Tan and Black. 1 Q
j To close Ai7U
i Men's Cashmere Hose
! Regular price, 60c. ZQn
To close
Infants' Hose
Tan BUrk Pink Blm.
i Regular price, 45c. 1 Qn
To close 1
Infants' Cashmere Hose
Pink an Bla Only.
i Regular price, 75c. Qr
To close ou
Ladies' Lisle Hose
Black. Whit ana OoUr.
i Regular price, 59c. Qn
To close
i i
i
Summer Wash Goods
Figured Voiles
40 Inches Wide.
1 Lot 1 39c
I Lot 2 49c
j Lot3 59c
I Some of these Voiles have sold as
! high as $1.75.
Figured Flaxons
Regular price, 49c. ftlir
To close OaC2C
0 Percales
Regular price, 49c. 35c
Special
i Ginghams
Regular price, 49c. 39c
Special
Domestics
36-Inch Unbleached Cotton
Short Lengths.
Regular price, 35c v 9Qr
To close
Table Damask
Four Handsome Patterns.
Regular price, $1.50. 110
To close 1,1U
Japanese Crepe
Plain Colors, 30 inches wide; very
nice for children's, dresses, oc. 49c
Kiddie Kloth
32 inches wide, in Stripes and
Checks, 59c 43c
Yarns
Shetland Floss and Germantown
per skein 2oC
Gcrmantown and Silk and Wool,
2-oz. ball 49c
Knitting and Cable, grey and
khaki, hank
Ladies' Waists
Some values here that you cannot
afford to pass, even if they are slightly
crushed and counter soiled. Excellent
quality material and prettily embroid
ered. GEORGETTE WAISTS
White and Colors.
Regular prices, $8.98 to $12. $ AO
To close 0yO
VOILE WAISTS
White and Colors.
Regular prices, $2.98, $3.98. 1 QO
To close'..
LADIES' and MISSES' SMOCKS
Regular prices, $2.25 to $3.98. 1 Q
To close $laU7
79c
Wash Skirts
Lot 1 Ladies' fine quality Skirts
in Garbadine, Tricotine and
Pique. Regular prices $2.98,
,$3.98; to close .$1.89
Lot 2 Exceptional values in
White and Colored Wash
Skirts. Regular prices, $4.98
to $7.50; to close 3.98
Lot 3 Extra fine Voile Skirts in
Striped and Embroidered.
Regular price $9.50; to close. . 5.98
Ladies' Dresses
Clearance Values in Silk and Voile
Dresses Hard to Beat.
LOT 1 SILK DRESSES
Regular prices up to $14.98. $7 QO
To close v 5JO
LOT 2 TAFFETA DRESSES
Regular prices up to $25.00 $1 O CA
-To close
LOT 3 SILK DRESSES
Regular prices up to $30.00
To close .Jlf.TO
LOT 4 VOILE DRESSES
Regular prices, $5.98, $7.98rCQ QO
$10.00. To close
LOT 5 VOILE DRESSES
Regular prices, $12.00, $15. C QQ
To close VV.VO
Children's Hats
Hats that sold as high as $3.98, to
close
Boys' Suits and Rompers
Were $1.25 to $2.98, to close 9Sc
Children's Coats
at Half Price
Laces and Hamburgs
Regular Prices To Close
Up to $3.00 69c
Up to $1.50 49c
VAL LACK liuwrtiMi aa Ear
10 yards for WiC
VENICE LACF EUie Bandtaa InMTtwn
3c per yard, 4 yards for 10c
CLl'ST aa WIDE VENUE
Per yard c
HAMnmG EDT.E ana INSEETIOM
5c per yard, 6 yards for 25c
ILOINCINCS an ALUOVEK
Per yard 69c
HAIR RIBBON
Regular prices up to 75c.
To close 29c
Toilet Goods
Mavis Talcum, per box 19c
Palm Olive Soap, 3 cakes for 27c
ALL SALES ARE FINAL-NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES
issN Mainst Xhe Daylight Store
Clinton
Woburn
Plymouth
Keetie, N. H.
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