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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920.
For Living Room Comfort Restful Chairs and Rockers We are showing an excellent line " of reproductions of old Adam pieces. The cane panelled wing backs and . sides and upholstered slip seats har monize with the beautiful mahogany finish. The removable seats are covered with Mulberry and blue velour. Attractive prices on chairs and rockers of all descriptions. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVTCB City ntM fvo M boraa-drtom ambulance: diataaaa cu at Best for Corns and Bunions, too A safe, painless and reliable remedy for hard and soft corns, bunions and callouses Our Corn Rem edy. Easy to apply, causes no pain and requires no plasters or bandaging. Put up in clean pack ages, ready for use and highly recommended where other remedies have failed. Drown!s Drug Store 48 North Main Street There is still to be had some exceptionally good values amoncr the new "PIANOS I we have in our stock. Prices are within the range of anyone and for the next few days we are going to offer to the buying public some extra good values. You will find here some of the old re liable makes Ivers & Pond, Sterling, Merrill, Kohler & Campbell, Huntington and Norris & Hyde Pianos; also the celebrated K. & C. Player Pianos. It will be to your interest to come in and see what we have to offer. Easy terms of payment, if desired. Bailey's Music Rooms "The Old Reliable Music Store." Main Street, Barre, Vermont. ! I GOOD THINGS TO EAT 1 I SEEDED RAISINS 25c j SEEDLESS RAISINS .' 3nc PIE LEMON 15c I I NOTE If you are a good cake maker you will be very I much surprised at how much better Swan's Down will help j you make your cakes. TALK OF THE TOWN Woman club duel ahould be paid Ct prise on low ihoea at Tilden adv. Born Augtut 10, t Postmatter and Mra. George W. Gorman, a daughter, Good horee to be aold at auction on Saturday at 2 p. m., Depot square. adv. Alfred Lamorey of Sheridan atreet ig spending the day in Newport on bus ins. t- Mra. John Appiani ol Boston i via iting G. Asperi on North Main street foi a few days. Bloepom Ossola returned to Buffalo, N. Y., yesterday, after having spent the past two weeks here wjth friends, Miss Helen Pope of St. Johns, Q., is visiting in ths home of Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Hurry of Richardson street. Th homa servlea section will be ppen from 7 t 8 o'clock to-night in the rooms of the social worker, City hall. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shedriijk have returned to their home on Beckley hill after making an extended visit in Rut land. All those going to the Odd Fellows plcpic Saturday can get a special ca at 12:45. Ten-cent fare to Marvin adv. Fay Mann left for Montreal yester day, accompanied by his uncle, J. E Mann, of Brattleboro. He will return Monday. ' Danoe every Saturday night, Mont peljer armory. Carroll s orchestra, fspe cial car. Admission, flj ladies, 10c, in eluding tax. -adv. Arthur Broderick, William Starr, Jo eph Bussiers and Thomas Tanguay left yesterday for Joe's pond, where they will spend a week. Miss Lou Hodgdon of Whitefleld, N H., is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jen nie Northrop, and of other relatives in Barre for a few days. The Barre A. A.-Moretown game scheduled for Saturday afternoon at Intercity park, will commence at 2 o'clock sharp. adv. Mrs. Henry A. Dike and Miss Fan nie Dike of Chicago are visiting the former's brother, Edwin Carleton, of Highland avenue for a few days. Six room modern cottage house on corner lot for sale. , Beautiful loea tion; nice lawn, garden, etc. Am leav ing the eity. Edwin Bruce, 25 Nelson street Tel. 303-M. Frank Wortben of Hardwick lias boueht f J. O'Brien his Property on Hall street nd has moved his fam'ly to that location. Mr. Worthen came to Barre to work in the granite in dustry. Herbert A. Rugg of Lowell, Man. formerly of Barre, who has been spend ing several days renewing acquaint ances in the city, having come to act as a witness in the Corskie-City of Barre auit, returned yesterday to Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson and children left this morning for Hart ford, Conn., to visit Mr. Robertson's aister. Mrs. James Rhind, and his niece, Mrs. William Bippus, before re turning to their home in North Adams, Mass. Thomas Vanston, who is passing his vacation at North Hero, renumbered bis Barre friends yesterday by sending 35 pounds of fish to them. The It it sent contained 10 pickerel and five pike, which were distributed among friends about the city. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Holden and son, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thompson, Mrs. E. A. Carey and daughter of Barre were guests Aug. 14 at a family reunion held at Camp Sunset, Conwa mond, Mass., the summer borne of Mr, and Mrs. H. B. Pierson, Mrs. Piersou beinz a niece of Mr. Holden. Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs. A't.. tin Holden, Mr. and Mrs. George Nor'h way and son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy and daughter of Bristol Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holden and f n T T 1 ! , sons. air. ana Jirs. hoy rioiurn ana sons of Newlngton, Conn. A delightful time was enjoyed by all and a .group picture was taken. ORAXGE AH the schools in town will open Monday, Aug. 23. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cutler have re turned from a visit to Mrs. tutlers aister in Lowell, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. David Watson and son, Oliver, lrft Wednesday or a trip ta northwest Canada and California. Mrs. F. K. Freeborn of Marlboro, Mass., is visiting at F. K. Beard'- Wesley O. Angell of PlatUburg. X Y.t a aon of our former pastor, Fv. E. E. Angell, is visiting his grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. GaK The funeral of Erdi Swift, which was held at the home of his son, W. R. 8wift. Wednesday, was larprly attend ed. Rev. James Ramsee oflit mted. The interment was at the Center cemetery. VJ-QVtt ..If Resisiol Notica. The eehool and hichwy txe are due on or befne Aumtt 25, l.'n. E. L. Beard, Trees. ! NATIVE LAMB FORE QUARTER LAMB LAMB CHOPS LEG OF LAMB PORK SAUSAGE. Ib. . . . FRESH PORK RIBS. ft. . PIG LEGS, each 27c 55c 45c 30c 15c 10c FRUIT Lemons. Oranges Bananas Grape Fruit and j Peaches. I NATIVE VEGETABLES Green Com. Good Dutches Arp'c?. Ripe Tomatoes. Beets, Carrots, Cabbage and Card of Thanks. Wa wish to eitnd our haartMi thank to atl those who in any way helped td assuage the suffering of one most dear to us. also to the who sent the beautiful Coer. to the inf ers and for tb rwnfnrtin words in the hour of our grttt sorrow. Mrs. May fift. Mr. and 'Mrs. For Swift. Mr. and Mra. William Sift. i EAST MOSTPFLIER e RememUr the ly an4 d.n-. Ee Wn'f Triumph." North MotplMr Tueday mrff. Auras' C. ProcfHs to he lin-d to be!p repair the hur-h. d. Cucumbers. j POTATOES, Cash and Carry, rr peck 5(k ! The Smith & Comings Co., Inc. i i i V I! 4 Jfotw. F-Tulsr werfire of M. W. rf A. iT. Ang at 7 elk. Fii Craft Wp, . XV F. 4 surely did knock out that eczema Three days ago, my arm wai simply covered wita red, itching eruption and I thought I was up against rt for fair. But Joe had a jar of Resinol in bis kit. I used a Tittle and the itching stopped right off. In the mom ing most ot the redness was gone and a few more applications finished it up, Kraino) It also a vuaM htall chafing, ceta, sod aora places act til druerntl. IwaHna- di-aaalnc for places (cosniiy. iMi? TALK OF THE TOWN Fancy color voiles, silk tricolette, for shirt waists and dresses. Little Dry Goods store, Cottage street, off North Main street. The Barre A.- A.-Moretown game, scheduled for Saturday afternoon at Intercity park, will commence at 2 o'cloek sharp. adv. : i BETHEL Merton Harte haa returned t Luther R. Curran's after a week's visit with relatives in Waterbury. Fred M. Davis and family are board ing at Frank M. Bowen's. Joseph Brown has improved the grounds snd drive at the place he bought of H. A. Mack, moved the barn and built a garage with a pit. Cobble utones from the brook and from the camp ground were used for the walls which were jointed with cement. Stanley Scammel was running in the hay at the barn of his grandfather, E. S. Putnam, a few days ago when with a bare foot he stepped on the point of a fork and received an injury which has been quite painful and troublesome. The school playground will be the ncene of its first baseball game Satur day afternoon when strong teams rep resenting Randolph and Bethel will meet. A reception largely attended Ly fiaysville people waa held in that vil- 'age last evening m honor of hlmer Boutwell and his sister, Mrs. Hattic Mills, who soon will go to California, probably to reide, and of Mr. and Mr. Benjamin Russ, who were married late ly, the bride having been Evelyn Mills, laughter of Mrs. Hattie Mills. Ralph Twitchell, an ex-service man, who has spent bis vacation at his home here, will return to Detroit in Septem ber to resume his work as teacher in the Northwestern high school in that city. E. L. Miller, who recently visited at R. E. Burnett's- is principal of the same school. Mrs. W. X. Holland of Somervillc, Mans., was here yesterday and bought Ixren F. Terry's house, which Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cronkhite are occupying. E. W. Gibson of Brattleboro, F. II. Babbitt of Bellows Falls and L. D. Pierce of Rochester were here yeter- dar. Miss Ruby Chadwick of West Hert ford came yesterday to visit her aunt, Mrs. V. H Eddy. Mrs. F. A. Marsh went yesterday to sit her dsughter at Quinry, Mas. Mrs. Nellie Whitaker lias mowd from the Wheeler house into rooms at the residence of ber son, W. C. Whi'a-ker. WEBSTERV1LLE It was Mr. and Mrs. Dsn MacAulay snd not Mr. and Mrs. C. MaeAulay, as previously announied, who gave as ters at the funeral of Ray mond Haley Tuefday. and Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends neighbors for their many kind serv ices rendered during our rent trou- le and for the many floral tribute. Mr. and Mrs! William Haley, Elmer Haley, Mr. and Mrs. John Haley and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Eraser. A Card. We wish to thank the nurses of the Citv hoepital for their care and kind- ns during the illness of our son, Ky mond. Mr. and Mrs. William Haley. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY , . : a .T j have by taring adverttsine at Times j 1I4M I O.ST Frw WaaMnirt"! sttwt ! Krtth ! avrnu an EMrn Star tin aarmtmdfl with (krarU: finder pi raurn to Tim mm 1I4U OR "SALE ftmn-rnom ho-ja at 141 Wab-I in1on rcl. all iwkUw ii rofivrftintrf : ' awl tn r. W. Nichcl. Montpeiwr. Vt-. phnn SMI-W UMS fOR SAI.F On pair j"un Imm-m. , tnc I. "- na.. aJao outnp carl . w. H. Irrk. Hart. !S4tU WATERBURY Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Lewis of Wal tham, Mass., have joined other members of the family at Haseltine farms. Mr. Lewis is a brother of Mrs. Robert Has eltine. Mrs. D. C. Jones, who has receutly received the appointment of financial secretary for the 11)20 campaign in the V. W. C. A., is making plans for the successful carrying out of this work. Recent guests of Mrs. W. M. Greene were Miss Aileen Cnndall, Mrs. Cun dall, Mrs. Kendall and Mrs. Alton of Danielsun, Conn. Miss Norma Perkins, who waa oper ated upon at the, Mary Fletcher hos pital Monday, is doing as well as could be expected. Mrs. M. C. O'Brien, who has been op erated upon at the Fanny Allen hos pital, is doing well. Mrs. J. E. Crossett is visiting rela tives in Montpelier and Randolph. A large number from here attended the field day in Waitefleld yesterday. Townspeople were much interested in the wedding nt Northfleld Monday at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. John Sawyer, when Miss Mildred Fran ces Breene, daughter pf Mrs- Nellie Breene, and Edward James Eldredge, eldest son of J. B. Eldredge, president and manager of the Waterbury Last Block Co., were united in marriage by Rev. Fraser Metzger of Randolph. The single ring service was used and they were unattended. Miss Ethel Cross of Northfleld played the wedding march. The decorations were ferns and sweet peas. The bride wore white georgette over satin and carried a ahower bou quet of sweet peas. Only near rela tives were present and, after a trip, by automobile, they will reside nt the El dredge home on Main street. The groom was educated in the Randolph schools and, since coming here, has been associated with his father in bus iness. The bride is a graduate of the Waterbury high school and the Bryant and .Stratton Business college and, for the past four years, has held a re sponsible position in the office of the Magnesia Tale Co. Soon after tlieir ar rival at Highgate, the summer colony there surprised them by calling and : passing a pleasant time with them. The best wishes of their friends here : are extended to them and people are pleased that they are to make Water bury their home. PL AIRFIELD Remember the play and dance, "Re becca's Triumph," at North Montpelier Tuesday evening, August 24. Proceeds to be used to help repair the church. adv. MARSH FIELD Remember the play and dance, "Re becca's Triumph," at North Montpelier Tuesday evening, August 24. Proceeds to be used to help repair the church, j adv. EAST CALAIS , Remember the plav and dance, Re becca's Triumph," at North Montpelier Tuesday evening, August 24. Proceeds to be used to help repair the church. ; adv. Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Service Special Silk Saturday On this ONE DAY we shall put out all kinds of SILK MERHANDISE at SPECIAL PRICES. READ THE PRICES at which we are offering these items and COME IN and see the quality of the goods. SILKS Sport Silks Fancy Baronet Sport Patriots .Up-to-date Patterns Beautiful Colorings Skirt 1 . Lengths y2pnce. Crepe de Chine 20 colors All beautiful shades, heavy quality. Our regular $2.98 value 1.87K Novelty Georgette Splendid Patterns Rich Dark Shades Beautiful Quality 40 inches wide Have Sold $4.50 and $f $ 2.49 Saturday Silk Stockings $1.49 a Pair Black White Colors Values up to $3.50 m ti in ii : u hi Silk Dresses At Special Prices Georgette Dresses $42.50 to $55.00 ... m Tn m close- Tricolette Dresses $69.00 To Close Silk Camisoles Wash Satin Crepe de Chine Exceptional Quality Several Styles 18S N. Main St. The Daylight Store 20 Reduction Ilarre, Vermont Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt. Good Values for Saturday Tosties and Kelloggs Corn Flakes. Cash and Carry, two for 23c Sunny Seal Corn, two pkgs , 33c Sunny Seal Brown Bread Mixture 15c Two pkgs. Scotch Barley 25c Two pkgs. Minute Tapioca 25c Jello or Jiffy Jell 15c Fresh lot of Equal Elk or Butter Crisp, per pound ... 20c Two lt)s. Ginger Snaps 35c 1920 crop Extract Honey, Pt. 70c; Qt $1.30 Lightning Jars: One-half Pint 90c Pints $1-10 Quarts 1-20 Two-quarts 130 Pickling Spices of all kinds; Ader & White Wine Vinegar. ' Earthern Crocks, all sizes. C. H. Cross & Dexter Bread. MEAT DEPARTMENT Bacon Strip, 35c; Sliced 45c Boneless Native Smoked Shoulder 35c Pork Sausage 25c Beef Sausage 28c Salt Pork, 2Sc; Large lots 25c Native Fowls 50c Legs Spring Lamb 40c Fore Quarter Lamb 30c Veal Pot Roasts ' 25c fc Western Beef Pot Roast 2Sc 30c Tork Roasts, Native 35c, 3Sc, 40c f Wax Beans. Bunched Beets, Carrots, Green Feas, Hub bard Squash, New Turnips, Sweet Com. Houghton & Robins r 'i lit m iBENTSTRATTON COMMERCIAL SCHOOL BOSTON Practical Courses to meet Present Day Conditions AcC0lTm'C-B00KKErjING'SALEJLNJ1ilP AND-, ' APVXRTIJING ' STENOGRAPHY' SECRETARIAL Plti IS' Commercial Tcaciiing ' Civil Service. Individual InArudion fnen by Competent Experienced Imtiudov 56 "ar begfins Sepirj. Evening Session begins Sep62a lIMfTTD RtCISfBATlON CAfiLY Am. CATION NKCSSARY J.W PLAlSDELL. Principal. 394 Doylston St. Doa ton. NO CANVAStOM C BOUCTTOIt3 tMPLqVTP t Will WW mm BOSTON It Pays to Pay Cash A few pood values Cash and Carry. Van Camp Milk, 14c; Campbell's Soup, two for 25c 25c PirELESS HEATING ; THrr K. UnwfW. mora iT W la ruW Htm aM to P rlaa Fama-a Vt vm Yntrinm a fvmar cob14 you ar Sm ?1Ww-tfia qw.tw: v, ht rm4 bm ibr rmttt an4 Wt hat k of a radiator anM b ml rfrmx aa4 ura4? bat hm th wjM 4itnwr cauan t ta W tmUr kaat lha nrllar ar4 hat trr ? Vt at rrrt.T r m air vjwaT at raMcr Ymxrrw cafrttr? H hat tr f trt aratiH. ii) wi torrtt a bat prrr aiicttt in t rt aat T aar w varans tj ? 1 fmr In' a4 r r" tha eajralam. ""SlARSH-ALLEX CO. V t Trrrkra ! Ora&ca C. T Tm The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop Smart Suits Must Be One of the Arts of Pleasing the desire that lies deep in the heart of a f martly dressed Woman or Miss. ATTRACTIVE. REFINED MODELS are being added dai!v to our stock, and will please you as much as the AUTUMN HATS that feature the newest fashion ideas. Fabrics and workmanship are in keeping with the f mart ness of the fashions. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Potatoes, peck, 60c: Suar, lb. Vrmour Oats, 28c: Malt Breakfast Food Two-Minute Oat Food, 10c; Skat 10c 10c per dozen Discount on Fruit Jars Cash apd Carry. ' BAKERY DEPARTMENT Baked Beans with Pork, for Saturday. Raisin Bread, 12c; Graham Bread 15c Ladd's Cream Bread, Cash and Carry 14c Cream Sponge Cakes, Jelly Rolls, Pies, Cakes and Fancy Pastry limited only by the amount we can produce. MEAT DEPARTMENT Fresh Hamburg, all Western Beef, lb Rib Roast Beef, 40c; Legs of Lamb Smoked Shoulder, lb., 26c; Beef Sausage, lb. . . Compound Lard, Saturday Cash and Carry, It) Sweet Corn, fresh picked, dozen Pressed Ham, Minced Ham, Jellied Corn Beef, Pressed Corned Beef, Head Cheese and Veal Loaf. FISH DEPARTMENT Halibut. Salmon, Haddock, Cod and Mackerel. New lot of Premier Dressing just in. Two pounds of Sour Pickles for 25c 30c 42c 2Sc 20c 3.V The F. D. Ladd Company