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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, August 05, 1920, Image 5

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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. 1
Mattresses and Pillows in all grades:
Silk Floss and Felts. We make a specialty
of Hair Mattresses.
City ntm same M bona-drlven arebuUnct; distance cll ronM
August will bring many hot days. Why
not be comfortable with a cool breeze
from an Electric Fan? We have all
sizes in stock.
Barre Electric Company
, Tel. 9S Barre
Montpelier Electric Co.
Tel. 26 Montpelier
"For Your Electrical Wants"
The Woman!
Ready-to-Wear Shop
Autumn Hats
We are showing a window full of Hats of velvet and
duvetyn embroidered with wool and tinsel for young girls.
One of the prettiest models is a small tarn o' shanter,
scantily puffed, the only trimming a bow of ribbon. A
dicssy hat for the girl of 12 or 14 years is one with med
ium sized mushroom brims at $5.00
Two models in crepe de chine, to close out at $23.00
One combination of tricolette Blouse and crepe de chene I
Skirt at ,. ......$20.00 i
Also Rajah Silk Sports Suits of white embroidered with j
wool or trimmed with a contrasting color at $32.50 ;
The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc.
Mrs. Marion MacDonald of 78 Elm
street left to-day for Somerville, Mass.,
whore she will visit relative for a
few days.
Rev. Mabel T. Winch of East Ar
lington is a guest at the home of the
Misses Alma and Nellie Keith at 11
Patterson street.
Howard M. Walker and John Harlev
returned to New York City to-day aft
er a two weeks' visit at the former's
home on Grant avenue. !
Auction sale of Mrs. Josephine
Stone's household goods Friday at 1
p. m., at 47 Brooklyn street. O. H.
Hale, auctioneer. See adv. adv.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Noyes have com
pleted a business motoring trip to
Bethlehem, Berlin and Stark, N. Ht,
stopping on the return trip at ake
Morey for a short time.
Long-distance and general truckings
truck is also equipped to carry parties;
will seat between 15 and 20 people. All
pneumatic tires. Granite Cite Bottling
Works. CeJl 710-M or 746-W.
Lee Shepard of Taunton, Mass., em
ployed for several years at the Peo
ple's shoe store, is spending a two
weeks' vacation at the home of Dr. E.
H. Bancroft of South Barre.
W. L. Whcaton, treasurer, and G.
C. Stewart, adjuster for the E. L.
Smith & Co. firm, were in South Rye
gate yesterday and to-day in connec
tion with business for the company.
Mr and Mrs. George H. Stuart re
turned to Bethel last night, where
Mrs. Stuart has been visiting during
the summer months, before going to
Walden, N. Y., where Mr. Stuart is
John C. Booth went by automobile
to-day to Old Orchard, where he will
spend the week end with his family.
He was accompanied by Misses Mary
and Jeannie Stephen, W. A. McLeod
and G. C. Walker.
Rev. and Mrs. Frank StockwMl of
Buffalo, N. Y., the guest of Mrs. Har-
'riet Mrfrse at her home at 7 Eastern
avenue for a few days, have gone to
Highgate to spend a week before re
turning to their home.
Edwin Bruce,' formerly of the Park
theatre orchestra, is spending a few
days in town, making preparation for
moving his furnishings to Montreal,
where he has a position in the orches
tra of the Princess theatre.
Mario Dunghi, employed at the Cum
mings A Lewis drug store while at
tending high school here in 1917, and
who arrived from Buffalo, N. Y., on
Tuesday, began work at the store yes
terday and Will remain during the
month of August, leaving then for the
University of Illinois at Chicago, to
continue study in the pharmacological
For Sale! At 30 Averill street, 10
room house, bath room on first
and second floors, electric lights, gas,
wide piazza on two sides house, shade
trees, large barn, garage, chance to
keep hensj small piece of ground for
garden; splendid location, five min
utes' walk to street cars, postofflce
and business section; fine neighbor
hood, near Currier park. Rooms readi
ly rented and 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.
At the close of the regular meeting
of Brooks Woman's Relief corps of
Montpelier Tuesday evening a program
was given in honor of the approaching
marriage of Mis Mildred Roberts.
Mr. Emma LaPuint, in behalf of the
paBt presidents and the oflicers, pre
sented her a cut glass dish and spoke
of her sen ice in the corps and how
greatly she would be missed in her of
fice a color bearer. She also hoped
that Miss Roberts would be as faithful
in her new home as she had been in
the home of her parents. Mrs. Alpha
Guernnev. in behalf of the corps, pre
sented Miss Roberts a table lamp and
hoped she would work in the commu
nity w here she was going as she had, in
her home town. .Mis Koheris re
uporided to both ladies in a pleasing
manner. Refreshments of it cream
and cake were served.
Real Fresh Fish for Friday
SALMON 4243c
uAnnirQ 18r I
All kinds of SALT FISH.
'Card of Thanks.
I wish to extend my sincere thanks
to all who were so kind to me during
my recent illness. To Dr. Woodruff,
the .nurses at the City hospital, mem
bers of lobble Hill grange, the Brook
side Community rlib and those who
expressed their sympathy by sending
cards, letters, fruit and flowers. All
were much appreciated by roe.
Monica Schneider,
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Gregory
and family.
Membera Barre Branch, G. C L A,
Your attention ia railed to the action
taken at our last regular meeting.
hen it was agreed that Saturday,
Aug. 7. 1 set apart for a field day
and celebration. Govern yourself ac
cordingly. Arriso.
I .a vostra attminne e ihiamata al
voto preso al meeting repotare scTo
pule d-t-. he Slto 1 Ag'.to
sara" ft, dri lavoranti dM granito,
cn celebration, e picnic. Lavoranti
pnernstevi voi stei-
John MiK'mn, secretary.
Bring your autos, carriages, sleighs,
etc., to 435 North Main street to be
painted. Henry Boseley.
Robert W. Stead of Elizabeth, N.
J., is in the city On business interests
in the granite Industry.
Al Messier, drummer of Carroll'
orchestra, returned from a few daya'
visit in Brooklyn, N. Y., yesterday.
Miss Celia Mansfield and Miss Mar
garet Burke of Boston are guests of
Miss Eleanor K. Page of Montpel
ier. Mrs. Grace Morgan of 04 Prospect
street to-day left for Newton Falls,
Mass., for a three weeks' vacation
with relatives.
Mrs. William Emslie, jr., of Hartr
ford. Conn., arrived here yesterday aft
ernoon for a visit with her mother-in-law,
Mrs. William Emslie of Highland
Robert Carpenter, formerly of this
city and who for the past week has
been stopping with friends in Barre,
returned to his home in Waterbury
Judge Barhorst who made many
friends here when he was on crutches,
says Rheuma made him well. E. A.
Drown sella this great rheumatism
remedy. adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robinson of
Boston, here for the past two weeks
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rob
inson, leave to-day, accompanied by
their hosts, for their home in Bos
ton. John Downs, driver of the chemi
cal engine at the Baarre fire station,
started on his annual vacation yes
terday and leaves to-day for Boston
to visit his brother, Edward, and later
for New York to spend a week.
It has come to my attention that dis
honest aolicitations for enlargements
have been made in my name. I wish
to advise the public that I have no
agents and never had any. All orders
are taken at my studio in the Worth
en block. R Cantu.
Miss Ruth Adie, assistant matron at
the Free hospital for women in Brook
line, Mass., who has been spending
part of a month's vacation with her
mother, Mrs. Mary Adie of 67 Frank
lin street, left yesterday afternoon for
Toronto, Canada, to visit other rela
tives. I
For sale: Six-room house in nice lo
cation; oak, birch and hard pine inte
rior finish; new roof and paint; piae
ta on two aides; shade trees; chance
to build garage and have garden; finely
located at corner of Tremont and
Franklin street) just the place for a
nice home. Apply at 41 Franklin
street, or 'phone 9J-R.
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Hollister have
gone to Portland, Me., to reside, hav-:
ing left here on Tuesday by automotj
bile. Mr. Hollister has sold his Sherl- j
dan street residence property to Mrs.
I. WT Bates. Aa already announced,
Mr. Hollister, who has been connected
with Goddard seminary for thirty
year as teacher and principal, is to
become president of Westbrook semi
nary. Notice to Bane Town Taxpayers.
All unpaid tax bills of Barre Town
have been, placed by the selectmen in
the hands of Constable W. E. Bixby
u-lth instructions to collect at once.
These bills can be paid at Mr. Bix
by house at any time. W. E. Bix
by, constable.
Gordon Atkinson of Ulverton, P. Q.,
has "lately visited his sister, Mrs. E.
A. Cross. .
Miss Dorothy Simons ia home, after
a week spend with relatives in North
field. Miss Lizzie Townscnd and Mrs. Al
ma Lang of Barre spent the third in
town, calling on relatives and old
Herbert L. Piatt, a former citizen of
this town, now a resident of Whittier,
Cal., who is passing several, weeks in
the east,, is in Nashua, N. H., for a
Mr. and Mrs. Erskine P. Rowell and
daughter, Gladys, of Hartford, Conn.,
and Harold Chapman of Glasterbury,
Conn., are pausing their vacation in
town and vicinity, making the trip in
Mr. Chapman's car. They are at pres
ent the guests of A. A. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Reynolds of
Belmont, Mass., have lately been the
guests of Robert E. Clogston and also
visited relatives in Bradford.
Miss Christina Martin of White Riv
er Junction is visiting her aunt, Mr.
Ada Lasell.
Sylvester Tillotson of Meredith, N.
II., was in town the last of the week
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Prescott and
two children of East Montpelier vis
ited at J. B. Sanborn's and B. F. al
ley's Sunday.
An auto party including Mrs. Jen
nie Atwood, Mrs. Alice Hadley, Mr.
Fred Stanton and Miss Marshall of
Chelsea, with Mr. Bugbee as driver,
called at White brothers Sunday. '
Edward Herring, who has been
spending several week at hi summer
home in town, returned Monday to
hia home in Somerville, Mass. Mis
Florence Herring arrived Monday with
her mother and sister, Gertrude, for
a two weeks' vacation.
Mrs. J. W. White and Mr. Harriet
James of East Corinth visited at the
White brother Monday.
With Her Own Favorite.
"Daughter, I hope you will go to
church this evening. The pastor s sub
ject, 'An Hour with Favorite Hymns,'
should be very interesting."
"I should like very much to go, fa
ther, but I have an engagement with
my own favorite him to-night." Bos
ton Transcript.
Clarence Tucker i at Ed Heath'
this week.
Miss Grace Reed Joslyn of New York
City Is in town.
Will C. Joslyn and wife of Somer
ville, Mass., arrived in town for the
month of August. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Foster and son, Jos
lyn, of New York are in town.
Mr.' and Mrs. Heald are at Carl Jos
lyn's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kenncrson of
Barre were guests in town on Tues
day. .
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Morse of An-j
dovcr, Mass., were in town Sunday,
Gerald Brock and wife of Barre were
at D. II. Skmnera Sunday.
Harold s Lewi and wife and little
son of Deny; N, H., were in town on
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foster of Hamp
ton, N. H., were over Sunday guests
in town.
D. H. Skinner and Miss Vone Skin
ner spent Tuesday in Barre.
Mrs. Perry B. Joslyn waa in Mont
pelier and Barre Tuesday.
Dr. Henry H. Fullerton of Water
bury was in town Monday.
Mrs. Peck has returned to Johnson
with two of her grandchildren, the lit
tle Dodd girls.
Mrs. Fred Mobus of Warren was in
town Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. N. D. Phelps of Barre
were at B. D. Bisbee'a Sunday.
Mrs, A. C. Freeman and little daugh
ter have returned from Barre.
Clarence J. Bisbee wa home from
Barre Sunday.
Mr. Jame of Warren was in town
A Challenge from Canada.
It is to be hoped that the New York
Yacht club will be disposed promptly
to accept the challenge for the Araer
ca' cup sent yesterday by Alexander
C. Ross of Montreal. The challenge,
dispatched in behalf of the Cape Bret
on Royal Yacht club, and the Halifax
Yacht'club, of Nova Scotia, call for a
series of races in July 1921. The chal
lenge, although a telegraphic one, ap
parently complies with the condition
laid down in the original deed of gift of
the America' cup. An early reply to
the Canadian .challenge by the New
York Yacht club i therefore to be ex
pected. If the New York Yacht club
No. to Mile Bldg, 'Phone 165-J Where every purchaae mean a savin
Friday and Saturday A Final Clearance of All
Summer Wearables
As our space is limited, every Summer Garment Must
be Sold at Once regardless of Cost.
Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc., at Biff Savings.
Voile Waists, to close out quickly, $1.89, $2.59, $2.95, $3.29
Georgette Waists at 20 Per Cent Dff.
White Wash Skirts, for quick clearance, at. . . .$2.95, $3.95
Don't forget when shopping about this Final Clean-up Sale
"jOST UP ONE FLIGHT The manexpenee meaa a big aarlif, t y
Rockland . Riadint rraminghm LaomlnsUr Hyd Park WskeBeU
Adams Co.
Bath Towels
Good size, price ..... 29c, 49c
Full size, extra heavy.
Price .... 59c to $1.00
Fancy Borders.
Prices 69c to $1.69
Huck Towels
All Linen with red and blue
borders in nice quality. Price
All Linen in extra fine quality
with handsome border design;
some with place for initial ; full
sizes. Prices . . .$1.00 to $5.00
Part Linen, full size and heavy
weight. Price, each 45c
Cotton Huck, in fine quality, full size.
Prices 49c to 75c
Guest Towels
Nice quality cotton lunch,
each 29c
All Linen in fine quality,
pretty border designs.
Prices $1.00 to $1.50
All Linen Huck, by the yard,
15 and 18 inches wide.
Price per yard, $1.00 to $2.00
Cotton Huck, in fine quality,
18 inches wide 42c
Nice range of color and combination of
1 off regular
3 prices
The Daylight Store
Gardner Clinton W.bur Plrmoath Kwnt. N. H. Barrt. Tt
signifies its willingness to accept the
challenge, the way will then be clear
towards arranging the full details of
next July's races.
Canada has twice before raced for
the America's cup. In 1870 the Coun
tess of Dufferin, representing the Roy
al Canadian Yacht club of Toronto, was
beaten in two races by the defending
yacht Madeleine. Again in 1881, the
Bay of Quirite Yacht club, challenged
with the yacht Atlanta. And once
again, the" United States won with
Mischief in two races. There is, there
for, ample precedent for the sending
by Canada of a challenge for the co
veted trophy which for aixty-nine
years has stayed continuously in
American hands" The fact that the
challenge has - been received o oon
after the failure of Sir Thoma Lip
ton" fourth attempt to bring back
the cup to England provides a wel
come assurance that interest in inter
national yacht racing will continue.
And if victory should in 1921 again
be won by the defender, Sir Thoma
Lipton will be free to dispatch Sham
rock V aeros the Atlantic in 1922.
Boston Transcript.
City ef Bane Taxe.
The are in wy hand for m!leciiA j
and roi't be paid en or before Aupi?t ;
loth, l-M. I
Jsotm M'ly, ci'y treasurer, j
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The Smith & Cumings Co., Inc. j
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oVVk Work. n.J rr A 13 ;
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new and delightful thrills for
its owner, his family and his
friends: it opens a fresh chapter
of life and gives a keener appetite
for human joy. Think of every
thing vou would like to have-'-all
in one motor car then take a
look at this notable Winton Six
and ride in it. Call us on 'phone
for demonstration.
Oldsmobile Co. of Vt.
Barre, Vermont
The Miracle of Milk
Drink Your Way to Health
By drinking from that font from which issues the white water of
youth, health and strength
Dr Harry B. Galatian, an eminent authority on the subject, tell ns
that the libe'ral drinking of milk will keep anyone well, give renewed
energy, greater resstance to disease, a cleaner complexion and a better
feeling of bodily comfort, than any spring tonic or blood pur.fier ever
Gov. Frank O. Lowden of Illinois pays this beautifully expressed
tribute to the cow:
"The cow is a mot wonderful laboratory. She takes the grasses of
the pasture and the roughage of the field, and convert a them into the
most perfect food for men. In that food there ia a my.tenons some
thing which scientists have found e-.sent.al to the highest health of the
human race and which can be found nowhere eUe. Men have .ought for
centuries the fabled fountain of youth; the nearest approach to that
fountain which has yet been discovered is the udder of the cow."
Don't wait until you are ordered to a .anatorium or a preventorium
to learn that vou must consume a liberal quantity of milk. Dont wait
until the phya'lcian orders milk. Ue it now. If you don't like it, you can
leant to like it, and you will won be convinced of the
Barre Milk is the Best Milk, the
Milk of Healthy Cows
We have all varieties of Fish this week, which
includes Swordfish, Salmon, Halibut, Mackerel,
Cod, Flounders, Haddock also Lobsters, and a new
barrel of Anchovies just opened.
Good Values
Large Mealy New Potatoes, per peck 83c
Canning Racks holding eight cans with handles
for lifting from a boiler, each "5c
Kold Frosso Canning Sets, each 50c
Atlas Lightning Top Jars, half pints 90c
Atlas Lightning Top Jars, pints $1.10
Atlas Lightning Top Jars, quarts 1.20
Atlas Lightning Top Jars, two-quarts 130
10c less per dozen on a Cash and Carry basis.
We also have King Jars, clear glass, with im
proved unbreakable tops.
Good Luck or Fit-Em-All Jar Rings, doz 10c
The R D. Ladd Company

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