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THE BAIIKE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT.. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920.
Bedroom Suites In Amrican Walnut, Circassian Walnut, Mahogany, Brown Mahogany, Oak and Ivory. These suites consist of Bed, Dresser, Chiffonier or Chifforobe and Dressing Table or Vanity Dresser. Brass Beds, Wood Beds, Metal Beds with Wood Finish (the latest), and White and Oxidized Metal Beds. We have the widely advertized Way Sagless Spring. Very comfortable and non-sagging. Also the National Spring and the Ideal Coil Spring. Mattresses and Pillows in all grades : Silk Floss and Felts. We make a specialty of Hair Mattresses. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UT-TO-DATX MOTO AMBULANCE SEEVIO City rztm tan u boraaxWran ambulant; diaUa aalla at vaaaoaakb FANS August will bring many hot days. Why not be comfortable with a cool breeze from an Electric Fan? We have all 6izes in stock. Barre Electric Company Tel. 98 Barre Montpelier Electric Co. Tel. 26 Montpelier "For Your Electrical Wants" Why He Diad Rich. Not long ago an old fellow died out in Kansas, leaving a barrel of money. He had a houseful of children 10 or a doaen. It cost considerable to feed them. The old man evolved a acheroa. He would eay to the children in the evening, "Now, how many of you will take a dime and go to bed without supper V They all took dime and went to bed hungry. Next morning the old man would eay, "Now, children, how many of you will give me a dime for a nice, warm breakfast ?" And, of course, they would all cough rip their dime. The old man thui eaved the coet of the children's aupper. This wai juet one of hit scheme; he had others. That's why he died rich. Boston Tran script. Unpleasant Reminders. 1'nele Si took his wife to the beach in his new automobile. As they gazed out upon the surf, he inquired "Don't you enjoy seem the waves sloehin' about, Martha T "Cant say's I do, replied Martha, Seein' all them suds makes me think of washin' day." Boston Transcript. The Woman s Ready-to-Wear Shop We still have a few Voile and Gingham Dresses to close out at $3.98, $4.98 and $7.50. Just received a large invoice of SportB Hats in all white and white und colors. While they last, $2.98. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. TALK OF THE TOWN Hot frankforts to-night at Jack's restaurant. adv. H. L. Bass of Bethel was a business visitor in town yesterday. Long-distance and general trucking; truck is also equipped to carry parties; will seas between 15 and 20 people. All pneumatic tires. Granite Cite Bottling Works. Call 716-M or 748-W. Miss Beatrice Wescott returned yes terday afternoon to her home in Bur lington, after spending a week's vaca tion at the George VV. Lander home on Washington street. Floyd G. Russell of the Red Cross pharmacy went to Anniquam Beach, Mass., Thursday to pass a few days with his wife, who has been spending three weeks there with relatives. Frank Wells, who during the sum mer vacation of Amherst college has been managing a large farm of F. G. Howland's in East Montpelier, arrived in the city last evening, to remain over the week end with friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Flanders of Aver ill street, accompanied by J, G. Mc Leod, also of Averill street, and Miss Margaret Kew of New Haven, Conn., went to Highgate Springs yesterday to remain over the week end. Frank A. Noyes, general superin tendent of the Consumers Power Co. at Jackson, Mich., is passing a couple of days with his brother, E. J. Noyes, at Hotel Barre, while touring through Vermont and the W hite mountains. Mario Bianchi of Pike street began to-day a two weeks' vacation from the C. W. Averill A Co. store and leave for Framingham, Mass., this after noon, going later to Watertown and Northfield, Mass., to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Ryan, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hughes of Elm street for a few days, left yesterday for Burlington to spend a day with friends before returning to their home in Elizabeth, N. J., by wav of the Hudson river and New York City. Leslie Ladd of Orange stnet and Earl Messer of Richardson street left this morning with packs on their backs for Bennington, where they wilt com mence a ten -day tramp north, ov-r the Long trail. From Bennington they will hike to Manchester, and providing good time is msde to that place they expect to try Killington; if not, they will take the train for Middlebury and there strike the southern end of the Monroe Skyline trail, following this to Camel's Hump. Providing there is suf ficent time left when this point has been reached, it 'is their intention of keeping straight on to the end of the trail at Johnson, taking Bolton, Mt. Mansfield, Madonna and Sterling on the way. Each packs a good size knapsack with blankets and other camping essentials, as well a a ten day food supply, making the pack weigh full 50 pounds or more at the start. The distance which will be cov ered is estimated slightly over one hundred miles. The N. M. A. club, consisting of l. young ladies of Barre (by the way the N. M. A. represents no men allowed), held their final banquet at Miller's inn in Montpelier last evening. Perhaps they have decided to allow men to en ter their sorority. Whatever it was they enjoyed an excellent supper from the funds collected during the winter months, when the club was organ ised. No men were present despite the fact that it was the final banquet, and aside from the substantial little bill paid by these young ladies to the pro prietor of Miller's inn, the club might have dissolved in these two busy little municipalities without even a mention in our local columns. The undercur rent rumors traveling about at pres ent .are that the president and one er two of its most influential members contemplate marriage and prefer to diaorganiie the club rather than pay the forfeiture for entering wedlock. Another is that the entire 15 do not wish to lose any more time in tho five remaining months of lOJO'a leap year. TALK OF THE TOWN Step into Jack's restaurant to-night for a hot frankfort. adv. TCirnerienee social and nlantation sup per in the Episcopal vestry Thursday, Sept. 0. adv. - Miss Sadie Halsall left this after noon for St. Albano, where she will vis it relatives. Mrs. Erwin Lawliss and daughter, Clara, left this morning for the Adi rondack mountains, where they will spend an indefinite time. They were accompanied by Mrs. George D. Stalk er and two daughters, Ruth and Clara, of Holyoke, Mass. The California shows, which will play on the Intercity grounds next week, come here with the best refer ences. Mayor Martin of Augusta, Me., says: "The California shows is one of the best shows that ever came to Au gusta and if they ever come up this way again I want them to play Au gUBta." adv. Miss Lillian Halsall was given a i t .urnr!.. hr home. 135 I'll BJflll OM,p.ov ' forth Seminary street, Thursday eve ning, when about 20 oi ner young trinnA crave her a farewell party. Gomes, music and dancing furnished the entertainment of the evening. riamw refreshments joI ice cream and cake were served. Edwin Melvin, in be half of the guests, presented Miss Hal sall a purse, with money. The party broke up at a late hour, leaving her the best of wishes for her journey. She lesves this afternoon for Montreal. Miss Sadie Bagley of West Topsham was among the guests. fabel Stephen was pleasant- lv mirnrised at her home, 56 Pleasant street, last evening, when about 15 of her friends, members of tne Gleaners riji of the Presbyterian Sunday school, called for a social time. The evening was spent in playing games, and in storv telling. Light re freshments of ice cream, cake and ging er ale were served. Miss stepnen was h rocinient of a fountain pen to gether with the good wishes of her friends. She, together witn ner par ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stephen, will take up their residence in Mont nlir tiPit week. Mr. Stephen hsving entered the granite manufacturing bus iness there. Marshall Trombly of Berlin, a lad of 17 years of age, who ha been em ployed as a farm hand by Joseph Eli at his farm, pleaded not guilty in Barre city court yesterday when arraigned to answer a charge of larceny of a horse, open wagon and harness belonging to his employer and valued at $200. Bail was set at $300, but Trombly was al lowed to go on his own recognizance until Aug. 20, when the case will prob ably be settled to the satisfaction of Stage's Attorney E. R. Davis, who is sued the warrant for his arrest. Trom bley acknowledged that he left the Eli home with the outfit Monday after noon to attend the circus in Montpel ier, and after so doing went with friends of his to Middlesex, where he has since-been stopping. Though he had neglected to inform Eli of his whereabouts he declared his intentions of returning to the farm this after noon, had he been unmolested. Ray Emmons, a traveling salesman for the Carpenter-Motor Co. of Bos ton, had reason to believs Thursday evening that the room which he se cured in a Burlington hotel offered lit tle safety from the storm to him. as he was not fairly settled when light ning struck a sign just outside his window. Of course, Emmons was won dering for a few seconds whether the bolt hit him or the sign but concluded after a short period of bewilderment thst Zeus hsd just missed him by a few inches. Perhaps Zeus hsd directed the lightning at tie sign and not Em mons, but this he didn't care to pon der after regaining his composure and set about at once making arrangements with the hotel clerk to change his abode for the evening from a corner room with four windows to one less exposed to the raging storms. i - - I I GOOD THINGS TO EAT WASHINGTON CREAMERY BUTTER 64c SWIFTS PREMIUM OLEO 43c No. 1 DAIRY BUTTER 62c WILSON'S CERTIFIED OLEO 43c WILSON'S NUT OLEO 33c Salt Pork from Native Pigs. SALTED PORK RIBS, per lb 15c SALTED PIGS' LEGS, per It) 10c NATIVE CHICKENS and FOWLS, FOR SAT URDAY POTATOES for SATURDAY, per peck 89c SUGAR for canning, per tb 21c Fresh Vegetables New Peas, Bunch Beets, Cabbage, Wax Beans, Cu cumbers and Lettuce. Fresh Fruit Cantalopes, Grape Fruit, Bananas, Oranges and Lemons Good Trades for Saturday OCTAGON SOAI 10 cakes for 80c OCTAGON SOAP FOWDER, 10 rkgs. for oc OCTAGON CLEANSER. 10 cans for $.c OCTAGON WHITE FLOATING SOAP, 10 cakes for 8oc BABBITT'S WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP, 10 cakes for 75c BABBITT'S SOAP. 10 cakes tor The Smith & Comings Co., Inc. j Houghton & Robins 80c BABBITT'S CLEANSER, 5 cans for 25c RINSO, per pkg -. Jc TWINK. rr pkjr JOc Fresh lot of POTATO CHIPS, per pk 15c GINGER ALE HARVARD and CLICQUOT Per case $3.75 Per bottle , 1" MOXIE. per bottle c WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. vr bottle ; 40c. ,c HIRES and INDIAN ROOT BEER, per bottle. ... 12c, 25c LIGHTNING FRUIT JARS 14-Pints, per doz., 90c; Pints, per doz., $1.10; Quarts, per doz.. $1.20; 2-Quarts, per doz.,$1.40. One dozen Jar Rubbers Free with every dozen jars. PARAWAX, per pkg 20c MEAT DEPARTMENT NATIVE FOWLS 50c FORE QUARTER LAMB 30c LEG LAMBS v 45c BEEF POT ROASTS. Western 2oCt 50c Heaw Western ROAST BEEF 40c PORK ROASTS. Native 35c, 3?c, 40c BONELESS SMOKED SHOULDER 35c BACON, Sliced. 50c; Whole Strip 40c POT ROAST VEAL 25c CORN PORK SPARE RIB 20c Saturdav Special Fresh PORK SAUSAGE . . . 25c BEEF SAUSAGE 2Sc GREEN PEAS WAX BEANS CUCUMBERS BUNCH BEETS NEW TURNIPS CABBAGE SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Times and Placet of Worihip and Subjects of Sermons. First Presbyterian Church The church and Sunday school will be closed during the month of August. Church of the Good Shepherd Da vid C. Huntington, rector. 10:30 a. m., holy communion and sermon. St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church 0 a. m., holy communion. 2 p. m., Sunday school. 3 p. m., serv ice and sermon. All welcome. Graniteville Presbyterian Church W. E. Archibald, Ph. D., pastor, Serv ices at 10:30 a .m. and 7 p. m., the pastor preaching at both services. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sainta Services are being held in the Worthcn block every Sunday. Sunday services, 10 to 11 a. m. Everybody welcome. ' East Barre Congregational Church James Ramage, pastor. 1'here will be no church services on the first two Sundays in August. The pastor is taking his vacation. Berlin Corners Congregational Church Frank Blomfield pastor. 10:45, morning service; topic of ser mon by pastor, "The Never-Failing Law of God." Sunday school at noon. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. m. Sunday. Sunday school at 12 m. Wednesday evening service at 7:30. Reading-room open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 3 to 5. 7 Summer street. Italian Baptist Sunday School Services at 3 p. m. Superintendent, Rev. B. J. Lehigh. LessonT "David Brings the Ark to Jerusalem," taken from I Sam. 6:1-10. You are cordial ly welcome. Washington Baptist Church Dr. Christian Petersen, pastor. Bible school at 2 p. m. and the pastor will preach at 3; topic, "The Call of tha Hour." We invite the public to come and worship with us in this homelike church. First Baptist Church Bert J. Le high, pastor. The pastor will preach at 10:30; subject, "Humanity's Head light. What I It?" Communion at the close of the service. Bible school at 12 o'clock. Young people's service at :S0. Praver service on Thursday evening at 7:30. Everyone cordially invited to worship with us. Websterville Baptist Church Dr. Christian Petersen, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30; subject, "The Lout Art." Evening worship at 7; topic, "The Fire of Thought." The pastor will preach at both services. Sunday Bible school at 11:30. Will every scholar please be present? Bright mu cin and cood sincine, also a restful hour awaits you in the little church with the big welcome. Co'nffreeationai Church Rev. F. L. Goodspeed, D. D., pastor. At 10:30 a. m., there will be a union service in the Methodirt church and these union serv ices will continue every Sunday through August. Xcxt Sunday morn ing Dr. fioodnneed w ill preach the first of three sermons on the general theme, "The Soul s Three fold Enemy as Described bv Christ," and the sub- UM will be. "The Modern Pharisee. Midweek union service at the Method ist church Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The public is heartily invited to attend these meetings. City of Barre Taxes. Thpe are in mv hands for collection and must be paid on or before August 10th, lf20. James Maekay, city treasurer. BERLIN Mrs. Mary Turner, Former Resident, Died in Greenland, N. H. Tt.. ,.main of Mrs. Marr Turner, an old resident of Berlin, were brought from Greenland, X. H., for burial in the Berlin cemetery. She wa the wid nw isf rn lit W. H. Turner, who was veteran of the Civil war. Mrs. Turn- r vnm of v anil had a long painful illness, brought on by harden ing of the arteries. The funeral serv ice was held at the home of her son, W. U. Turner, and wss conducted r.y Rev. Frank BlmnneM. Mrs. Turner w. a. Wind, motherlv woman and everyone who knew her called her a friend. SOUTH WALDEN Car'.ton Batten of Mnrrisville is working for Clyde B brock. Mrs. Ruth Terkina hae been visiting for several days with her daughter, Mrs. Emma Porter, in Hardwiik. Miss Mary Russ returned last week t.. her home in North Wolrott, after spending neariy two week at the home of her aunt. Mrs. Mary Eastman. Mi Gladys Dow 1ms finished work at John K.dwards' and ia at home. Mr. Mary Steven went last week t Craft -burr, where she will rnd some Gme at the home f her brother. Char), a Webber. Mis Doris Rue of North Wolrott is working for her aunt-, Mra. Mary Last ana a. Albert Stevens, wh-v is working at St. Jol.nsbury, spent the week end at hi home her, where he entertained abit 40 cf hi friends and neighbors Saturday ermine. Ju'y 17. Refresh ments were served and a good time was etj red by ail. Hsry Pearsons and family motored t Orlesns Sunday, isitinc at the bom of tbe.r daughter, Mrs. Davtd NeaJaar. r at r,rkic of wSfU i at ti lware of fc ui. . Harry Perk . Mr. Archie M at J h"J spent Urt ek ith ri'..vr ia A bary ard Ori:Vroi Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Service Saturday, the Last Day of Our July Clearance Sale We shall put out some SPECIAL BARGAINS as CLOSING FEATURES. Also all items lett in the Advertised Lots will be cut in price to make a Clean Clean-up to Saturday Night. a Special Feature No. 2 Special Feature No. 1 36-Inch Messaline Our regular extra heavy quality. Not Mill End or Seconds Right from our regular stock which is selling at $2.98 $0 OA 20 colors.includingblackand navy All Voiles which were advertised earlier in this sale at other prices are put with One Lot at One Price. Regular Prices up to $1.75. Last Clea-up Price 39c Special Feature No. 3 Voile Waists Regular price $2.98. Last Clean up Price. 1.39 Special Feature No. 4 Voile Dresses As Advertised at $3.98, $5.98. Last Clean-up Price 2.98 Special Feature No. 5 Misses' Smocks Regular prices $2.25, $2.98. 1Q Last Clean up Price 1 X 7 Special Feature No. 6 ' Boys' Gauze Drawers Regular Prices, 50c, 59c. Last Clean-up Price 29c AS A FINAL FEATURE to one of the Best Sales we have ever held we shall hold a 25c BUNDLE SALE 2:30 P. M. SATURDAY Each package contains at least 25 cents worth, and in most cases, much more. Some packages contain articles as high as 8 and $9.00. TRY YOUR LUCK-ENJOY THE FUN DURING THIS CLEARANCE SALE ALL SALES ARE FINAL. , NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES. 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont nrrVner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt. TALK OF THE TOWN - Dance every Saturday night, Mont prlifr armory. Carroll' orcheatra. Special car. aad. For sale: Six-room houae in nice lo cation; oak, birch and hard pine inte rior flnich; new roof and paint; piae ea on two aideaj ahade tree; chance to build garage and have garden; finely located at corner of Tremont and Franklin atreet ; juat the place for a nice home. Apply at 41 Franklin atreet, or 'phone 9 R. WAITSFIELD GRANITEVILLE Can-oll Bisbee, Recently Struck by Lightning, Made Unconsctoua Again by Tliuraday'i Storm. The aevere thunder atorm of Thura- day night put Carroll Pibe into un- conciounea again and at noon Fri day he was atill in that condition. J. Hrman of Kutland waa in town Wednesday and Thuraday. I O. H. Coolidge of Rutland spent Thursday at Camp Ret Vue. Pcv. and Mr. W. A. Kemcie wr. in Montpelier Thursday. j Mis Haw! ralroer was in water-1 bury Friday. i M.lt Jone and family of rmn Centre, Ma., have arrived In town; for August. I Mis Mildred Pavu was in Mrmt-j pelier Friday. ! Mr. and Mr. Raymond Kaira oi Hanover, V. II., are guest in town. Mr. and Mr. George Howe of lJerry, N". H., are visiting in town. W. II. Mile of Brattleboro was a business visitor in town Thursday. Edward fculham, who ia employed in St. .Tohnsbury, is at hi home for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben King and fam ily and their nephew, Ernest King, re turned home Thursday, after spend ing a two weeks' vacation 'n Ports mouth, N. II. Mis Julia Hagan of Essex Junction, who has been visiting friends in Barre Town during the past week, went to Woodbury pond Friday, where she will spend a few daya in camp Wore re turning home. John Mclnnes, his mother. Mrs. Mar garet Mclnnes, Mrs. Malcolm McRae. her son, James, and Mrs. Malcolm Mac Auley left for Canada yesterday morn ing to visit relatives. The trip was made by auto. Members of St. Sylvester's court, No. fiK, please take notice in change of financial secretary. All dues should be paid to Miss Elizabeth Murphy, upper Graniteville. Eugene Willey and Mrs. Jennie Wil ley left this morning for Worcester, Mass., to visit their brother for a few days. BETHEL Miss Louisa Stevens of Bedford, Que., hns been visiting at Charles A. Batch- clk-r's. Mrs. M. T. Marrill was in Hanover, iN. II., last week for few days' visit with her son-in-law, A. J. Morrisette. Her granddaughter, Edith Morrisette, returned with her for a two weeks' visit. Miss Francos Southworth is at Bhimlford, Mass., -for a week's visit. Mies trt'raldine Libbee of Randolph enter came yesterday to visit Miss Mary Ktearns. F. L. Martin is at the sanatorium for a few days' treatment. Miss Anna McMahon of Montpelier, representing the state board of chari ties, wj here, yesterday. GRANITEVILLE rseball. firanitexille A. C. vs. Royal Colored (.iants of Quebec, (iaeley- park, Graniteville, Wednesday, Aug 4, at 4:30 p. in- sharp. adr EAST BARRE Baseball. Granite ille A. C. v. Royal Colored Giant of Quebec, GaieleyV park, Granite ille, Wednesday, Aug. 4, at 4:.W p. ra- sharp adv j Card ef Thank. We wi.h lo thank all of the friends ho were so kin during the illness and death of our beloved- butnt, fa ther, brother and stepfather. Mra. Robert Markie. Mr. and Mm. AUx Imlach and n. Robert A. Markie, (atherine U. Markie, .i hn n. Atfre-I D. Madie. Mrs. .fame Sir:tb, i U R .. V:.iin D. F.'. r...ii l. R-. MarparM M Rn. GOOD VALUES 20c 25c 40c 25c Fresh Picked RED CURRANTS, per basket. . KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES, Cash and Carry, two for New Full CREAM CHEESE, per lb JIFFY JELLY Special for Saturday. Two Pkgs. JIFFY JELLY, any flavor, 2 for. . . BAKERY DEPARTMENT BROWN BREAD, to go with Beans, loaf 10c RAISIN BREAD, 12c; GRAHAM BREAD. . . 15c LADD'S CREAM BREAD, Cash and Carry. . 14c Lots of Pastry but you should come early. MEAT DEPARTMENT Plenty of NATIVE FOWLS, per lb. lb 50c LEG OF LAMB, lb.. 50c; FORE OF LAMB, lb. 34c Fresh Ground HAMBURG, per lb. 30c Best Western Beef for Stews, Steaks and Roasts. WAX BEANS, per qt, 10c; 3 qts. for 25c BUNCH BEETS CARROTS TURNIPS CABBAGE . CUCUMBERS FISH DEPARTMENT Fresh SALMON for Saturday to go with your Green Peas. Plenty of MACKEREL, SWORDFISH, HALIBUT and LOBSTERS. Fresh BLUEBERRIES in every day. Monday Special FLY SWATTERS, cloth-bound, two for 5c This prices ia for Monday ONLY. The F. D. Ladd Company