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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT.. . FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1920.
Kiddies and Babies TAKE NOTICE We are displaying in our windows to day a delayed shipment of Baby Carriages, Strollers, Sulkies, Tricycles, Bicycles, Kid die Autos, Doll Carriages, etc., etc. Spec ially priced on account of the lateness of the season. These were bought in J anuary for delivery in June. The shipment ar rived in our station yesterday. Bring your Daddys and Mamas in to see them. ' B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVIOB City rU itnt m hons-driveo ambuUnc ; diUao 'eUt t wMoiakto CUT OFF WATER SUPPLY. To Military and Police Barracki at Cavan, Ireland. Dublin, Aug. 6. B-jid.J their reso lution!! acknowledging allegiance to Pall Eirrem and their sympathy v'th the Easter we ik rehellion, -he new Irish local coundla aro giving launy evidence of Hn advanced Sinn Fein attitude. At Cavan they have decided to cut off the water supply to the military and police barracks. In north Tippcraty they have refused to accept the serv ices of policemen appointed to act as inspectors under the food and drugs act. At Longford they have refused to apply the vaccination acts until they learn whether or not Dail Eirrean ap proves of vaccination. Everywhere they are refusing to make income tax returns. Many of the higher officials of the new bodies are magistrates, and they are being ordered, and in most rases obeying the order, to resign their com missions as justices of the peace. Velie Car Watch This Space We have something important to 6ay to you. Oldsmobile Co. of Vermont The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop Fur Coats Attend our first showing of popular priced fur coats. Taupe Coney Coats at $75.00, plus 10 per cent federal tax. 30-inch model ; can be worn either full belted or loose back. Brown Coney, S6-inch model, $87.50. Hudson Sealine with large shawl collar and bell cuff, $137.50 and $150.00, plus war tax. 36-inch Moline Coats with Sealine collar and cuffs, $100.00. Marmot Coats with opossum collar and cuffs, $225.00. Millinery The Gage models in Hatters plush have just arrived. They comprise sailor hats with narrow, medium and slightly upturned brims. We also have the new Flapper Hat, plain and copper embroidered. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. GOOD TH !1S TO EAT POTATOES, per peck S5c Campbell's Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce 13c Swan's Down Cake Flour, pkg 50c EVAPORATED APPLES, lb 20c EVAPORATED PEACHES, lb 35c EVAPORATED APRICOTS, lb : 33c CURRANTS, Lib. pkg 18c RAISINS, SEEDED, 1-tb. pkg 23c RAISINS, SEEDLESS, 1-Ib. pkg 30c MEAT FRESH HAMBURG STEAK, per lb 23c FRESH BEEF BUTTS, Whole, 28c; Sliced. . 35c GREEN MOUNTAIN BRAND SAUSAGE. . 30c GREEN MOUNTAIN BRAND BACON. . 404ic FRESH VEGETABLES GREEN PEAS BUNCH BEETS BUNCH CARROTS STRING BEANS GREEN PEPPERS TOMATOES i 1 1 i! i TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Laros of Wellington street spent yesterday in Moretown on business. Trinee Bessey of the Bessey Granitn Co. in Zanesville, O., arrived in the city yerfterduy by automobile to make a few days' stay. Miss Irene Brault, the guest of Miss Doris Burke of Summer street for the past ten days, returned to her home in St. Albans yesterday. Long-distance and general trucking; truck is also equipped to carry parties; will seat bet ween 15 and 20 people. AU pneumatic tires. Granite Cite Bottling Works. Call 716-M or 746-W. TAXES. Only three more days in which you can pay your taxes with out additional costs. City clerk'a of fice open evenings from 6:30 to 8 o'clock. "What will, stop my hair falling out "' 'Tarisian Sage. It will make the hair thick and glossy and prevent dandruff," says E. A. Drown, who sells it under guarantee. adv. Rev. and Mrs. D. C. Huntington with their little daughter, I'riscilla, yester day afternoon started for Grand Rap ids, Mich., where they will spend a few weeks visiting relatives. Overcome thinness, weakness, nerv ousness. Gain weight. Build muscle. Acquire nerve force. Bitro-Fhosphate is guaranteed to give you healthy flesh ana insure quiet steady nerves, or your money will be refunded. Get a box to day at E A. Drown & Co.'s drug store. adv. Robert Imlah, arrested Wednesday night on a charge of furnishing intoxi cating liquor, pleaded not guilty when arraigned in court yesterday. . To maRi furnished bail of 8500, set by Judge E. L. .Scott, and Imlah was re leased until further action of the court. State's Attorney E. R. Davis appeared for the state and J. Ward Carver for the respondent. The Royal Colored Giants defeated the Moretown A. C. team 4 to 1 yes terday in a 10-inning game, giving to the spectators one of the best ex hibition of baseball seen in Vermont in a long time. Granai, the Montpel ier seminary pitcher and short stop, did the twirling. Until the 10th in ning the score remained 0 to 0, then after a single hit the Moretown (ram made two or three wild throws that cost the game. Tn the Knights of Pythias hall lat evening 21 candidates of Barre lodge of the Loyal Order of Moose were ini tiated as new members under the di rection of District Supervisor Henry T. Moses. This class increased the local membership to 130, while 30 more applicants await initiation at the meeting next Thursday evening. Mr. Moses, who now has main headquarter at St. Albans, came here for the ini tiation of this class, returning to t!'e Railroad city to-dny. Next week he is booked to attend similar exercises every night in the week, Monday at Brattleboro, Tuesday at Springfield, Wednesday at St. Albans, Thursday at Barre, Friday at White River Junc tion, and Saturday and Sunday in Brattleboro for the working of the le gion degree, the first to be solemnized in Vermont under the Loyal Order of Moose, TALK OF THE TOWN , The Burnham meadow" and Barclay Bros.' teams meet at 4:30. this after noon on Lincoln campus. Bring your autos, carriages, sleighs, tc, to 435 North Main street to be painted. Henry Boseley. Miss Alice Reed of French street is passing a few days with Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Kent of Waitsfleld. Members of the Barre Womana club: Time for dues to be paid to the treas urer, Mrs. Alexander Smith, 25 Keith avenue. dv, ; Mr. and Mr. George W. Haines of Burlington, representing the Bailey Music Co., spent yesterday in Bane as business visitors. TAXES. Only three more days in which you can pay your taxes with out additional costs. City clerk'? of fice open evenings from 6:30 to 8 o'clock. A few pair of those good Hambro work shoes in size 6 for Saturday, only $3.50 per pair. For the man or boy who can wear a 8 this chance, won't come again. Have a few pairs of la dies shoes in sizes 2 and 3 at $1, $1.50 and $2.75. The Eastman store. Miss Helen La Pan returned this morning to her home in Middlelmry, after having spent a few days in Barre at the home of Mrs. Lewis Bruya. Mi s. Bruya accompanied her as far as Bur lington, where she will spend the day with friends. Field day celebration at Caledonia park Aug. 7 under the auspices of the Granite Cutters' International associa tion. There will be speaking, all kinds of sport, amusements and refresh ments. Everybody welcome. Come and have a good time. Admission, 10c; ladies and children free. Frank G. Wilson, sec'y. E. C Gitchell has sold the William Hill farm with stock and tools, situ ated two miles from Montpelier on the hill road leading to East Mont pclier, to A. A. Sargent of Barre. Mr. Gitchell has also sold a Iioum) and barn on Berlin street, Montpclier, to Mr. Hill, posHession to be given at once. Mr. Hill is to move as soon as repairs are made. Perley Haskett, captain of Goddard's 1017 track team, is now leading the Legion relay team of this city and is 1 W1LL1AMSTOWN Regular meeting of Charity chapter, No. 57, O. E. S., Monday night, August 0 All officers are urged to be pres ent as there is business which con cerns them; also all committees ap pointed for the fair are asked to be piesent for a committee meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Martin have gone to Grand Isle for a week's vacation. Centenary M. E. church, Rev. A. M. Markey, pastor. Sunday aervices: 10:45, sermon, "The Quest of the I Soul;" special music; everyone itivit ed; 12 m., Bible school. Why not join I one of our classes for this hour of scripture study T. 7:30 p. m., sermon, "A Life Worth While;" special music. It Is hoped that our Congregational . friends will worship with us in all the services during the closing of their church. Tuesday evening, 7:30, Ep worth league, leader, Marion Wal bridge, theme, "Problems and Possi bilities of Recreation in Our Communi-' ty." Thursday evening, 7:30, song and fellowship meeting; the pastor will take for his theme, "The Wheat and the Tares." It would be a real pleasure to have you with us at these mid-week gatherings. EAST BARRE Johnnie Salter, who is employed at Windsor, is visiting at the home of his parents. All members of the N. E. O. P. are' requested to hand their dues to the fi- j nancial secretary at once in order to j retain their insurance. J Merle Tomlinson of Bristol, Conn., is j visiting relatives' and friends here. j Mrs. Carrie Walsh and daughter, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. ! and Mrs. M. J. Whitcomb, returned Thursday to their home in Hartford, ; Conn. ! Miss Mamie Sargent of Windsor is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Salter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Desautel of Montreal have been visiting friends and relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lord and chil dren, Viola and Harold, also Mrs. Alex anxious to meet anv relay team in I Cameron are taking an automobile trip FRESH FRUIT ORANGES R ANANAS ! CANTALOUPES PLUMS LEMONS PEACHES : The Smith & Guoiings Co.. Inc. i i BARGAINS for Saturday Bird's Eye Matches, pkgr. . 5c Dromedary Dates, pkg... 20c Good Potatoes, peck 79c Kellogjr's Com Flakes, two pkgs. for 23c Evaporated Apples, large pkg 28c Our special brand Coffee, lb. 43c Capital brand Corn, can. . 14c Head Rice, tb 17c Pea Beans, Tb 9c Heavy Salt Pork, lb 21c Purity Rolled Oats, large pkg 30c Quaker Corn Meal, small pkg 13c Compound Lard, Tb 23c My-T-Fine Dessert, pkg. . . 13c Two for 25c Orange Peko Tea, bulk, best quality, Tb 43c Large can Pdaches 43c Oval Cocoa, 1-Tb. pint jar 30c Oval Cocoa. 2-Tb. qt. jar. . 60c Royal Sweetened Cocoa, 10- j oz. pkg 23c ' Welch's Crapolade, jar . . 38c Douglas Corn Starch. 3 pkgs. for '. 23c Brer Rabbit Molasses, two cans 23c All standard Soaps, 10 cakes for 74c Kellogg'? Shredded Krum- bles. pkg 13c Overall Suits in henvy brown $4.50 Overalls, heavy blue and white stripe . . . 4.73 Good Cup Grease, 5-Ib. pail 1.00 Keystone Grease, 5-Tb. pail 1.30 Ford Rawhide Fan Belts, each 43c Long Henry Spark Plugs.' j each 7oc A set of four for $3.00 Other good standard plugs. ; each 30c Reflex Large Plugs for heavy cars, each $1.00 Our best Motor Oils. fnl.. f0c Gasoline, gal 34c We have a few more good heavy Brooms, each . . . 3?c and a better quality for 73c, Thee goods are nothing cheap; all first class quality. Cameron's Store " Washington Street. the state. Last Saturday his charges won easily at the Clan Gordon picnic and to-morrow they expect to compete at the granita cutters picnic at Cale donia park. Mr. Haskett, an overseus veteran of the atr service, txtends a challenge to all other Legions of the state as well as any other organization capable of producing such competitors. J. T. Allen and H. A, Bolster of Boston, two employes of the Westing house Electric Co., are canvassing Barre with the view of establinning here a winding armature shop. Should they succeed in their purpose, pranite manufacturers and other larije con sumers of electrical power and equip ment would find it to their ftdveutag. undoubtedly, to have heavy .dectrfcal breaks repaired by a local Jlrm in stead of waiting until parts can be shipped from Boston. This quit often occur in the granite industry, plants being compelled to suspend manufac ture at times until the necessary equip ment arrives from Boston. At pres ent no such establishment is in exist ence north of Boston. Mr. Allen, who for 33 years has been in the mploy. ment of the V estinghouse i.lectnc Co., is in charge of affairs here, his assistant being Mr. Bolster, a graduate of the University of Vermont in 1018. through New Hampshire chusetts. Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Service w . . Special for Saturday and Monday SILK Petticoats Fine quality Jersey Silk Petticoats with fine accordion plaited ruffles, in two color ef fects. Attractive color combinations. Regular $6.98 value. $450 C ?' LADIES' HATS To close A . 1.98 All Trimmed Hats Values up to ,$10.00 and 2.98 NEW FEATHER AND VELVET HATS Just received. 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont I 1 : 1 ana jaassa- i. r l riintnn Wnhurn rivmouth rs.eene.JM.ri. oarre, vi. jl. C. t A., Memberi Barre Branch, G Notice. 'Your attention is called to the action taken at our last regular meeting, when it was agreed that Saturday, Aug. 7. be set apart for a field day and celebration. Govern yourself ac cordingly. Avviso. La vostra atteniione e ihiamata al voto preso al meeting regolare scorso quale diceva. che Pabato 1 Agosto fara festa, dei Uvoranti del granito, con celebrazione, picnic. Lavorantl governatevi voi atessL John McKernan, secretary. Elfical Aids forup-to-date hostess or the after theater bite, the hasty lunch or afternoon tea, as well as for regular every day use, electric table cookery has become all the rage. Of course, you cannot take advantage of these popular conveniences unless your home if wired. Call and See Us. Barre Electric Co. Tel. 98 Montpelier Electric Co. Tel. 26 Ask the man on the roof He knows 4 RUSSELL'S Week-End Specials 75c Cascade Linen Paper 24 sheets Paper, 24 Correspondence Cards, 4S Envelopes 59c Saturday One pound Cascade Linen Writing Paper, 75c , 59c Saturday Good Form Hair Nets 15c Each, 6 for 75c Cafe Shape, Large Size, All Perfect. Fresh films for your Kodak, all sizes in stock. The Red Cross Pharmacy E3EHK3 The Best Asphalt Shingle Made We can fill your orders if ceive them at once. we re- The N. D. Phelps Co., Inc. Phone 29 Barre, Vt. A 1 I Good Values for Saturday A. and A. A. OATMEAL, per IT) 7c Urge pkg. Armour's ROLLED OATS, Cash and Cam' 28c KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES or KRUM- BLES. two for 25c EVAPORATED APPLES, per lb 25c Campbells or Van Camp's BAKED BEAN'S. . 15c We also have King Jars, clear glass, with im proved unbreakable top. Good Luck or Fit-Em-All Jar Rings, dor. 10c Leg of Spring Lamb, per Tb 45c Fore Quarters Lamb, per It) 30c Rib Roasts of Best Western Beef, per lb 40c Native Fowls, per lb '. 4Sc Wax Beans, per quart 5c Peas, Beets, Carrots, Tomatoes, etc. v The F. D. Ladd Company