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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1920.
3 Excellent Values IN Cedar Chests ; " '"r You will find our cedar chests excep- tionally convenient in your home. ) A large showing of chests made of choice Tennessee RED CEDAR chosen for pretty grain effects and handsomely trimmed with copper corners and banded. Also chests without trimmings. i A Cedar Chest is your guarantee against moths. Plenty of the matting covered Shirt- waist Boxes in all sizes. -1 , B.W.Hooker&Co. CNDERTAKKRS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBtLAtfCE 8ERV1C1 )U Citjr rmU hoi M bort -driven ambulance; distanaa eajls at nasoaaU jWhen They Talk Roofing .Check Them by Certain-teed Standards anyone talks roofing to you, check them by these MCertain-teed standards. (Are they weather-proof, fire-retarding and spark-proof 2! Certajn-tes'rl in. klTT- a.i !,l r . . . f . 9 uu uicjr iwmpare wun werram-ieea in coststo Duyf to lay and to maintain? Certain-teed is usually lower, A Are they guaranteed by a reliable comoanv. for five to , i.ryk jrteuo, avwviuuig lu wciguvr-;. VCIlctUl-lCCQ 13. effiaffi-iee ' ROOFING We have a carload of Certain-teed Roofing to be f shipped at once. Also another carload of REX Flintknote Shingles. Get your roofing now, for it is doubtful if we have any more this fall. The N. D. Phelps Co., Inc. Phone 29 Barre, Vt. August Clearance Sale of Infants' Ready-to-Wear Garments, also Carriage Robes and Blankets, Flannel by yard, Shetland and Lustra Floss. Full line of colors. This week only 59c per ball. 5$v 5& y, mi The Specialty Shop Emma E. Whitney. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES GOOD T ICS TO EAT! FEEDED RAISINS 23c ! FEEDLESS RAISINS 30c CURRANTS, pkg 25c A IU t.Ui'iUti IOC NOTE If you are a good cake maker you will be very much surprised at how much better Swan's Down will help you make your cakes. NATIVE LAMB FORE QUARTER LAMB 27c LAMB CHOPS 5.c LEG OF LAMB 45c FORK SAUSAGE. Ib 30c I FRESH PORK RIBS. Ib 13c j PIG LEGS, each 10c j FRUIT Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Grape Fruit and I Teaches. TALK OF THE TOWN. Mr. and Mrs. T. Dana of Waitsfleld were In town yesterday visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. VT. E. .Huggard of Brookfield were visiting friends in the city yesterday. The east hill team and the N. D. Phelps Co. team will play baseball on the Lincoln campus Tuesday afternoon at 5:13. Mrs. Frank Blouin and family are home from a. two weeks' vacation spent in Orleans and Sutton, visiting' relatives. Stanley Carpenter of Washington was operated upon at the Barre City hospital yesterday morning for ade noids and tonsils. Mrs. Lyman W. Whitcomb of Eastern avenue left this morning for her former home in Rutland to pass a few days with relatives. Andes ranges are the best. Largest line of new and second-hand ranges and heaters in Barre. Get prices. K. A. Prindle, Worthen block. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ladrie and family of 32 Nelson street, who have been eamping at Malletta bay the past two weeks, returned home Sunday. Miss Lucy E. Dix, bookkeeper for Grearson A Lane, left Saturday n-ght on a 10 days' pleasure trip to Bos ton, the beaches and New York City, Graniteville A. C. vs. Berlin, N. H., Gazeley park, Thursday, August 2t5, at 4:30 o'clock. Come out and see one of the fastest garnet of the season. adv. The senior sodality girls will hold an outing at Benjamin Falls Wednesday. Each girl bring her own lunch. All those planning to attend take the 5:15 p. m. car. Henry Carroll and two sisters, Inez and LVlore Carroll, returned Sunday to their home in Hartford, Conn., after visiting relatives and friends in Barre and Montpelier. Long-distance and general trucking; truck is also equipped to carry parties; will seat between 15 and 20 people. All pneumatic tires. Granite City Bottling Work. CaU 716-M of 746-W. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cayhue and Mrs. Cayhue's mother, Mrs. Tarker, all of French street, are taking a 10 days trip to St. Anno De Boaupre. Canada while Mrs. Cayhue is having her an nual vacation from duties in the E. Smith & Co. office. W1LL1AMSTOWN . NATIVE VEGETABLES Green Corn, Good Dutihe I Apples. Ripe Tomatoes, Beets, Carrots, Cabbage and i Cucumbers. POTATOES, Cah and Carry, per peck 50c The Smith & Comings Co., Inc. i i 8! I I i j j a I !i 1 1 Miss Lessel Hunter, who has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mary Hunter, of Prospect street while hav ing a vacation from the office of the Travelers Insurance Co. in Hartford Conn., returned to Hartford yesterday afternoon to resume work. The grandfather's clock in .'turr'i south window some declare would val ue at 8100. I will start it at So0 nnd mark it down $1 a day until sold We will deliver to the fortunate one without charge. Step in and make your bid. F. E. Burr. -adv. . Mrs. Ellen Slocum and daughter, Dr. Evelvn Slocum of Kirksville, Mo., who have been visiting Dj. Howard Slocum of Church street and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Parks of Averill street, left yes terday afternoon for Burlington where they plan to visit acquaintances while en route to points in New York state. The property located at 122 Orange street, known as the Gordon houre, was sold through the D. A. Perry Real Es tate agency yesterday ,to C. E. Hin- man and wife of Uiirlington. Mr. llm man mad the investment for dwelling purposes and after taking possession plans to make immediate improve ments for occupancy. Kev. D. C. Huntington, pastor of the Church of the fiood Shepherd while passing a vacation with his family in Grand Rapids, Mirh., was summoned here by the serious illness of his father-in-Uw, F. S. Ledebeer, who was taken from his home to the City hospital last Saturday for treat ment of a long-standing ailment. Rev. Huntington arrived her Sunday, but returned to-day, Mr. Ideboer being now considered out of danger. W. C Clifford of Bethel was In town I yesterday with an auto party consist ing of Sirs, fcva Billings ana two daughters, Beatrice and Ella, and Wal ter Carney of Shenghi, China. Mr, Carney ia manager of the Standard Oil interests in Shannhi, but at ores ent is enjoying lengthy vacation in the New England states. The pnrty went with Mr. Carney to Hardwick, where at present he is visiting. A misrellsneout shower was be stowed upon Miss Lua Iligps at her home on Tropert atenue last Friday evening in honor of her approaching marriage to Robert Edson of Mont pelier. Miss ILgcs was presented a number of useful gifts, including an electric toaster. The croup of friend and neighbors made the event a com plete surprise for the guest and a mem. orable evening by the jolly time with the clever games and diversions. A diamond of unusual size and teauty rame into the pnseion of F. E. Btfrr, the jeweler, last night in the course of a IimsI tranartion and the ton in its setting i lieing exhibited daytimes in the north window of Mr. Burr's store. One can judge of the size of the stone by learning that it weighs tore and three-eights karat. whr-h is eoniderably more than the diamond generally seen. And not only is the stone a large one bv.l it is pure white and perfect, air-ord'tig to the opinion of tlme ho ha dealt ninr.r years in diamond. Moreover, the diamond U rut awor.i'ne to the rmt nvxicm methods ml i cry hnd-"mc. The diamond i at pre-ent set on tooth mowiting in a grntlemen'a ring. Mr. Burr Hoiiciif the trne in the ririlr I n of hie l.ninr and there is tt qae1 in ttver anit the title to the -i anvnd. V' 'j hs been by a 1 jrre mn for ni W of yer. Mr. I?:jrr t-nc tbr .'ore f-r h; trade, i4 be its rT-rd U reren Lids fur the Laso&4- Mrs. Fanny Savery is in "West Leb anon, N. H., as the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Dan Daley of that town. William Waterman of Hay Springs, Neb., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Ains- worth, and sister, Miss Mary E. Water man. Born, at Barre City hospital, August 21, a daughter, Beryl, to Mr. and Mrs George L. Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Russell, who have been visiting Mrs. Adele Passera, have returned to their home in Phila delphia, Pa. Rufus Walker of Moline, HI., is vis iting his native town and state, com ing in his car from home. Mrs. Frank A. Downs and children, Bernice, Dorothy, Richard and Ruth, ara spending the week with Mrs. C. N Morse at Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Simons and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Glen F. Mc Allister and Mrs. Anne Randall en joyed a trip to Lake Morey in Fairlca the 22nd, picnicking on the shore of the lake. Miss Mary Ainsworth of Moline, 111., is visiting relatives in town. Wayne Farnham, who has been em ployed in the McAllister store since last spring, has gone to Bridgeport, Conn., where he expects to find employment. Mrs. Musette H. Scaver and daugh ters, Esther and Rebecca, are in Spring field, Mass., as the guests of Miss Dorothy Simons. Mrs. Stowell C. Stebbins of Marshall, Mich., and the father and mother of her husband, relatives of the late Me hitsbel Stebbins, have lately been in town as guests at the inn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Bailey and two brothers of Mrs. Bailey, Fred Smith of Nashua, N. H., and Arthur Smith of East Randolph, went for a motor trip last Sunday, going to White River Junction, thenc to the Lost river tract in New Hampshire, thence through the White mountains and returning via Bradford. Total dis tance 2.50 miles. Mrs. George T. Colby and Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wilber returned the 22nd from a visit to R"ev. and Mrs. Alven M. Smith of Ludlow. Among the pleasant incidents of the outing may ! mentioned meeting candidate for governor, Frank W. Agan, and Post master John Rock, both men of whom Ludlow has no cause to be ashamed. An instructive lecture on conditions in Europe and a concert by the fa mous Kilty band of Canada, both in the Swart hmore rhautaiiqua course, nill also long be pleasantly remem bered. Miss Myrtle B. Seaver spent last week in Montpelier as the guest of Mrs. W. M. Flint and attended the chautauqua in that city. Miss Edna B. Waldo is to return to Moretown this year as teacher of the primary room in the villsge school. Mrs. Norman L. Murray i visiting relatives in Scot st own, P. Q- Rufus Allen, while motoring near South Woodbury last week, in some way ran his car over a bank causing a spill in which Mrs. Allen was injured. Full particulars have not, as yet, been received. Mr. and Mrs. Allen have not yet returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Hoyt of Windsor were in town Sunday and vis ited Mrs. Diantha B. Sanders. Miss Dora Passera has finished her training for a nurse in the hospital at J Woodsville, N. H., and ia back here at hei old home for a time. E. L. Kibbee, at one time a dealer in feed in this town, is now located in Ludlow, where he has a commodious and well equipped garage near the ho tel in that village. He has been there since last November and has already built up a thriving business. Mrs. George Dillingham of North- field was in town yesterdsy to visit her mother, Mrs. Ida Lasell. Mrs. Charles G. Gifford and daugh ter, Celia, of East Randolph and party o' friends were through this village yesterday on their way to Montpel ier and return. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pickel of Ran dolph are staying for a few days at the inn, the mill in which Mr. Pickel is employed being shut down. Ro;kland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield T" Good & Goods Adams Comp my Good Service cod August Fur Fabric Coat Sale Fur Coats are so awfully high this year, and those wonderful Fur Fabric Coats are so beautiful in texture and appearance that it will surely pay you to look these Handsome Coats over and make a selection EARLY as many of the VALUES OFFERED NOW CANNOT BE HAD LATER ON. ' Select the Coat Now, Pay a Deposit and We Will Hold it. We will show you some WONDERFUL GAR MENTS of "PRINTZESS" MAKE (which means the highest achievement in tailoring) made of the MAR VELOUS DEEP-PILED FABRICS of SALTS manufacture. 0" Fur Fabric SALTS PECO SALTS HUDSON SEAL SALTS BEHRING SEAL Models SPORT LENGTH FULL LENGTH THREE-QUARTER LENGTH Some models have high shawl collars, which may be converted to a choker very, easily; some have fur col lars. Deep flare cuffs, convertable belts and -jaunty side pockets complete the chic appearance of these models. Prices ranging from $42.50 to $175.00 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont CrVier Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keenc, N. H. Barre, Vt. GLAZED SASH 130 YEARS OLD STRAFFORD Dr. S. Mirhe!l wss In (own seyersl davs lsst week. llifs Len West returned tbe first of the week from the summr school at Columbia college. Mii-s Florence Marsh! is the fuest of Mrs. Geortre Moore. Mr. and Mrs. fi. T. Chand'r and daughter took an automobile trip to Orsnbr, Mass., on Saturday, returning Monday. A parly of about 2S girls from Camp Kenjocketee made the tnp to the White mountains and retura on Wednesday last, eoverinj about 200 miles. P. B. Presoott has purchased a Reo ruck, which was driven here from Buf falo, X. V.. by E. C. Coins. B. O. Fvkes of Evanston, III., has joined his family here. H. L. Hatch and daughters were isitora in town the flrkt of the week. Mr. fiuillaunce of Chicago is a guet.t t the Hatch cottage. A party including B. T. Marshall and family and Mrs. Mater and son and puest. Mr. and Mrs. Sykn and d'i?!i- er and Mrs. Avery, made werk-erd rip to the While mountains. The L. B. 0. holds its annus! sale and rnterta.nment at the Town ha!l on Fri day afternoon and evening of this ek. Mr. and Mrs. H T. Hoffman f !W ton s;nt the ek at t!. F. Chandicr's. Irsvin- for Boton on Saturday. Frank tt:by of Philadelphia is ti itmc in ton. ir. Addie Harlow is Nit ins rela tives and friend in town Mrs. "VVellha lhambr"in and son. Pa'ph, are with Mis. Kla Kuitoo for a few day. R. H. Xw-h! r.d wife of Che'ea. Ma.. are riets of Mr. Ana 11. Wh.tes. !' Irene Crarr of HVvke. M. Part of First House in Bane Preserved in Historical Collection. ( A recent article in The Time alludes to the farm on the Richardson road, known as the (ioldsbury homestead, and calls the present, house the first e r I and the tlrt to have glass win-d.. Tliis is incorrect, as the first struc ture was built of logs and it s the log house which contained the first window in Bsrre set with glass. The story of that first glass window has been so many times told and with so many variations that it has been thought adv isable to quote a few para graphs from the fioldsbury family his tory. guarded than the glazed sash wliich in town last Saturday, calling on his was to be the window in the log houce aunt, Mr. John Hale. in the home." The ghued sash alluded to has been Harwourth, X. J., and. while here, will Vermont forest, their future 1 Mr ,.nA xir. Frenk Runnel! mo tored into town last Saturday from preserved during these' 130 years and is now in the room in the city building where the Barre Historical society eol lection is housed. "When the GoMburys emigrated from Brookfield, Md-s., to Wilder burgh, later called Hsrre, Vt., to be come the first settlers in 17, there was already quite a large family, throe generations being represented. The head of the houM1 was John (roldabury and hi wife Rebecca Hastings, who counted themselves already old. He had seen service in the French and Indian wars, eerved under Wolfe at the battle of Quebec and was also a fulJior of the Revolution, as was his eldest son, William, and his son-in law, Abel Sawyer "With John and Rebecca came Wil liam, their eldest son, not yet married; thrir second ion, John, jr., with hi wife, Clarissa Roundly; a dughter, Abigail, with her husband, Abel Saw yer, and two children; a third son. Sy Nanus, and two more daughter. . "The father 'p'frhed,' as it was called, on Barre western hill; William on a hill across the river farther east and bordering on the Berlin town lin: Sylvanus took land on the tame hill and adjoining that of William; John jr., in the valler now Xorth Barre. and Abigail and hr huband settled jut over ihe Bsrre line in Berlin. William' land forming their eastern boundary." Of the various farms cleared by this family, only one remains in the posses sion of their descendants, thst of Wil liam, the rldcrt. When he had cleared sufficient land and erected a log hou-, he returm-d to Massachusetts to claim his prornised wife, Bathshcha Walker. Family history tlls the story thus: -The marriage ceremony was per formed at the licirie of the bride's par- NEJTBURY Mtrrage of Misa Lila J. Perry and Charles Powen Occurred Aug. IS. Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Mr. and Mrs. Walter .T. Perry's d lighter. Mis Lila Julia, to Charles Tower. The marriage was solemnised Wednesday, Augut 18, Rev. H. S. Ives being the officiating clergyman. Miss Perry's home wss in Cahot, and she foimerly taught in Xewbury high school, while Mr. Powers, an overseas man, was a few years ago a clerk in Hale's More. They left immediately for California on their wedding trip. be the guests of William H. Atkin son and family. Master Robert Meserve has been spending a week over the border. Vale Perkins, P. Q. (where, we understand, there is no license), the guest of Walter Grant's family. On his return he brought with him Master Richard (Dicky) Grant. Mr. and Mr. Dunbar of Springfield, Mass., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Perkins. Americana Face Worthy Foemen. Antwerp, Aug. 20. American ath letes to-day faced worthy foemen in a wide variety of events. The pro gram for the day included the final In the 3,000-meter steeple chase; the 200- and 400-meter dashes; the 1,000 meter walk; the pole-vault, and the first contests in the decathlon. The team wearing the red, white and blue shield had a full cornpetment quali fied in many of the events and was expected to score heavily. Trials in the heavy weight throwing competi tion and the preliminaries in the 3,-OOO-mcter walk were also to be run off to-dav. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Palmer Wells ( hsve ifsued invitation for the msr-, riage of their daughter, Mary Eliza-j beth, to Kenneth Ward Ross of Wednesday afternoon. September I, t ; 4 o'clock, in the First Congregational 1 church. Xewbury. j Mr. and Mrs Harold E. Hale and their son, Kenneth, are in camp at j Joe's pond, Danville. j The remain of Jcob Bailey were brought here last Friday for-interment ' in the burying gTound at the town house. John Burn of Whitefleld, X". H., w , CHITTENDEN COUNTY FAIR ESSEX CENTER September 7, 8, 9 and 10 A Long Step Towards Health Our Beef, Iron & Wine benefits all the organs of the body, gives a strong mental grip and helps make health a success, it enriches the blood with the needed element, and strengthens the whole nervous system. A large bottle costs $1.04. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street Big Live Stock Exhibits j em and s x n after the couple Cartel j Horse Races September 8. 9, 10 on norsroaffc on me long joiirnry in the rew home in Vermont. Bath Premiums in all departments ki rut ar prarance sue mount a her hore nint hae been nioft striking.! A TCal County" Fair Mie had t.iarged the wealing gown for a dark wo. I one. ccr which ne wore a bright farlet t-loth ridnc ihak. en her ir.4 was a l a k .iik braver Everybody w ill atter.d this year ; list with iwn Mirk retries piiimc" t anhi-.g hvh on ere i le and drooping Premium list now ready write b.w oer t!.e brun TW S.tt 1I. i wtf her wjo-fce? for a week" tionu l.rmly in r-'sce fry two b"g jcIed; hst pins Her neurit, a g -tt from her! father, was a very lurpe rif.r grsy. hot.. e ,u ; fd ih a fcni-.nc ue xle dd and 44 rMh. Arvrg tre h;i-ce wtKTi try csr-j d .a,"- w at sbv-re curtf ilir for a copy to j R. J. WOOL, Secretary, i Essex Junction, Vt. Package Rolled Oats Rolled Oats, in packages, cheaper than bulk oats and absolutely clean, sanitary and of the high est quality. Armous large package Oats, Cash and Carry, 2Sc Export Borax Soap We have just received a large shipment of Ex port Borax Soap and Powder and are making a price that will mean a quick turnover. 10 cakes of Export Borax Soap for 45c 120 cakes to the box, special price $5.00 Grandma White Naphtha Soap, Sc; 3 for 25c Grandma Borax Powdered Soap, each 5c Plums and Blueberries to-day. The F. D. Ladd Company