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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1920.
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Dressers and
Chiffoniers
Single pieces for the bedroom.
DRESSERS in Mahogany and
Oak.
CHIFFONIERS in. Mahog
any, Oak and Walnut.
DRESSING TABLE in Ma
hogany. Beds
WOOD BEDS in Mahogany,
Oak and Walnut.
IRON BEDS in all finishes.
BRASS BEDS-A good line
in all sizes.
Mattresses
In all grades and sizes.
Bedroom Suites
A very good line of Suites in
Ivory, Walnut and Ma
hogany. B.W.Hooker&Co.
UNDERTAKERS BEST TJP-TO-DATB MOTOR AMBULANCE SEBVIC1
City rttei uun u horM-drivtn mbuluiei dUtaae call t
Urau. Ttlephon IT-W.
Foolish Question, Number 8427.
No, Roger, we should not rail It a
case of heredity when a hard-hearted
ImsineMa man ha a bonehead ton.
Boston Transcript.
Befor the Speech.
Som orators'etart with a ruth, oth
er bcziiTquito slowly."' A speaker we
know han the habit of . striding medi
tatively croB the ttag once or twice
before he begins hig address. On one
occasion w heard a lively young fel
low in front, of u whisper to his girl
with reference to the peripatetic gen
tleman on the, platform, "That, I sup
pose, is his pre-amble.' Bouton Tran
script. Her Argument.
She Women are more reliable, more
conscientious than men.
He How do you make that out t
She At any rate, iogenes didn't
think it necessary to go hunting for an
honest woman. Boston Transcript.
Winter Coughs
are Dangerous
Don't overlook the fact that NOW is the
time you should get rid of that cough.
Winter coughs and colds are in a way
more dangerous than at other seasons.
They indicate that the system is not fully
fortified to overcome disease, so you'd bet
ter get in good health. A bottle of our
Cough Syrup will do it.
Our Cough Syrup
is Harmless
This cough remedy breaks up colds and relieves
coughs. Easy to take because the taste is pleas
ant ingredients are all pure and full strength
and combined to make them most beneficial.
Drown's Drug Store
48 North Main Street
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interesting Prices
TALK OF THE TOWN
William Menard of Main street went
to Montreal, P. Q., yesterday to visit
with relatives for three weeks.
Alfred Frasso, test man of the local
telephone exchange, has returned from
Canada, where he passed Christmas
with hig mother.
Clarence Campbell returned to Boa
ton and the Wentworth institute to
day, after passing a week's vacation
with relatives in this city.
Nathale Fontana, who has been vis
iting with relatives in the city over,
Christmas, has returned to Greenfield,
Macs.,' where he is employed. I
Eldon Ball, inspector of electrical
equipment in an electrical plant at
Massena, N. Y., is visiting at his home
on Hill street over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. G-eorge Anthers and
son of Springfield, Mass... who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Den
ning of 51 l'ark street, returned to-day
to their home.
Miss Esther McCarthy and guet,
Miss Anna Langlois, returned to St.
Johnsbury yesterday, having spent
Christmas at the McCarthy home on
Summer street.
Louis Sassi, who for the past two
years has been working in the gran
ite industry of Cleveland, O., is visit
ing with his mother, Mrs. Mania 8assi,
of 85 Granite street. .
Next Thursday evening at 7:30 the
annual meeting of the Vincitia club
will be, held in the clubrooms. Officers
for the year will be elected at this
time. A buffet lunch will be served
after the meeting. v
Wendell Ahern, who has been pass
ing a few days at his home, 41 East
street, left to-day for Glens Falls, N.
Y., where he will visit with friends
until the re-opening of sessions at Har
vard Dental college.
Miss Myrle Gow, instructress In the
Crane institute for music in l'otsdam,
N. Y., returned to the city yesterday
from South Royalton, whither she had
gone from Potsdam to spend Christ
mas. Mrs. Myrtie Gow, her mother, ac
companied her from South Royalton.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Granite Manufacturers and ymirriers'
association will be held Wednesday,
Dec. 2f, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
There will also be a meeting of the di
rectors of the Granite Manufacturers'
association at 1:30 the same afternoon.
'I gained 12 pounds in four weeks,
regained my strength, was able to sleep
soundly," writes a grateful user of Hi-tro-Phosphate.
Physicians endorse it
for strengthening the nerves, enriching
the blood, building flesh and muscle.
Obtainable at E. A. Drown 4 Co.'s
drugstore. adv.
James N". Gall, agent of the Barre
and Chelsea railrnRd until quite recent,
ly and who in now general western
agent of the Boston and Maine rail
road, leaves to-night for Bofton. aft
er having spent Christmas in Barre.
Mr. Gall returns to Chicago, after a
brief business visit in Boston.
Notice: The Quarry Savings Bank
Trust Co. will be pleased to assist
depositors of the Barre Savings Bank
A Trust Co. in proving their claims
against that institution. May we sug
gest that books be left with us to be
presented to the receiver for proof 1
This will facilitate the work and re
lieve creditors of the necessity of their
personal attention. adv.
To-morrow night, Wednesday, has
been designated by the committee in
charge as the most appropriate evening
for the proposed reunion of the class of
1019 of Spaulding high school. Any
member of the class may invite a
friend. At 5 o'clock to-morrow after
noon a barge will be waiting outside
the high school to carry the gathering
to Washington. It is requested by the
committee that each young lady of the
das shall bring a lunch fur two. To
insure a continuance of this custom
reunions at various periods, every mem
ber of the class who possibly can is
urged to be present.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Don't worry about "cats" when you
come up to Cobble bill Wednesday
night. adv.
Dance the New Year well by attend
ing the Scotch dance in Clun Gordon
hall Jan. 1. adv.
' A delayed shipment of skiis and
fnowshoes just arrived will be sold at a
sacrifice to move them. The N. D.
Phelps Co.
Special meeting of Ruth chapter, No.
33, O. E. S., for work on Wednesday
evening, Dec. 29, at 7:30 o'clock. Sup
per served at 0 o'clock.
R. U. members, attention! The club
will hold its next dance Dec. 31 at
Clan Gordon hall. Dancing from H un
til 2. All members are asked to be
present.
Come, bovs, put on your snowshoes
and take a hike up to Cobble hill to the
dance Wednesday night. Art Carroll is
going to lead the way with his snappy
orchestra. adv.
In Clan Gordon hall Jan. 1, the la
dies of the Meadow Brook Golf club
will run a Scotch dance. Admission,
$1 per couple; extra ladies, 35c. Re
freshments served. adv.
"What beautiful hair that Miss Tay
lor has! And so thick and lustrous
now. She says it's all due to Parisian
Sage, the hair invigorator, E. A.
Drown & Co. sells on guarantee." adv
Notice: The Quarry Savings Bank
4 Trust Co. will be pleased to assist
depositors of the Barre Savings Bank
A Trust Co. in proving their claims
agaiiiBt that institution. May we sug
gest that books he left with us to be
presented to the receiver for proof?
This will facilitate the work and re
lieve creditors of the necessity of their
personal attention. adv.
The first regular meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of Barre post, No.
10, American Legion, will be held, in
the Legion hall Tuesday evening at
7:30. Officers for the auxiliary will
le elected at this time to serve the
ensuing year, and the delegates to the
first state convention, which will be
held in Burlington Jan. 14, will like
wise be chosen at this time. All moth
er, wives and sisters of ex-service
men are invited to this meeting, and
enpeeially those who signed the peti
tion for the charter.
A notice received by local granite
manufacturers and others connected
with the industry here yesterday con
cerned the annual mid winter meeting
of the International Granite Producer'
association, which will be held in Col
lumbus, O., Jan. 5 and 8. This meet
ing usually brings together producer
from all parts of the United States
and Canada, especially the granite ten
ters of New England. At the same time
an executive meeting of the National
Retail Monumental LValera' association
will !e held and to conclude the con
vention the affair will end in a joint
meeting of the two organmstiotis, for
a general discussion of trade condi
tion. The director of the Granite
Manufacturers' association have chosen
the following men to represent the
Barr district: President, H. J. M.
Jones, George Straiton, A. J. Young,
Robert Q. McDonnell, James T. Mar
rum. H. P. Hitunan. With them will
be S. llollister Jackson, president of
the I. M. G. P. A.
PLA1NFIELD
SOUTH BARRE
Everyone come to the public watch
party at grange hall, South Barre, Fri
day evening. There will be a program,
games for old and young, followed by
a supper. Ladies please bring cake
without further solicitation.
All those interested in starting a
dramatic club are invited to meet with
MarjoTie Worcester this (Tuesday)
evening.
WASHINGTON
Notice: W will commence cutting
tee Dec. 20. People wanting ice, please i
telephone. Flint lire., Washington.
Carbee's pictures, Plainfiold opera
house, Fridav, Dec. 31, William S. Hart
in "The Toil Gate," the greatest hu
man, thrilling, astounding, dramatic
entertainment that is. No one can
afford to miss it. There will also be
a one-reel magazine picture. Admis
sion, 20c and 30c, war tax extra. adv.
Miss Ruth Greeley is home from
Brattleboro for the holidays.
Mrs, Dexter Willard had her right
thumb taken. off at the first joint Mon
day. A. P. Cate of Calais was in town on
Monday.
Miss Ethel Bemis of Montpelier
spent Christmas with her sister, Mrs.
A. M. Cate.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Spencer were
in Barre recently to see his mother,
who has been very ill and died Mon
day. Ryland Parks and Mr. Alexander
are at work in Marshfield for John
French.
Will J. Shorey is very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Batchelder of
West Somerville, Mass., are spending
the holidays in town with their par
ents. A daughter was born Chrstmas eve
to Mr. and Mrs. Winfleld Glidden.
Lewis and Alfred Duchaine were
business visitors in Northfield part of
lat week.
Miss Anna Corrigan of Brattleboro
is spending a weeka vacation at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Owen Corrigan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Martin weri in
Barre last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott-Martin spent
Christmas dav with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Martin, of Hollister hill.
Mr. and Mrn. Burnham Colby and
son of South Burlirgton spent Christ
mas in town.
Mrs. Arthur Townsend and Mrs.
Murray Martyn were in Barre Wednes
day. Miss Ethel Colby of Waterbury was
in town Sunday.
The elective "officers of the Rebekah
lodge for the ensuing year are as
follows: N. G., Mrs. Flora Cate; V.
G., Mrs. Ella McDonald; secretary,
Mrs. Albirda Bartlett; treasurer, Mrs.
Sarah Coburn.
Mrs. Wesley Lamhertnn was called
to Washington last week by the seri
ous illness of Mrs. Sherman Chamber
lain. Mis Mary Martin of Montpelier
cpeiit the week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin.
Henry Hudson and Harold Keniston
of Montpelier were in town over
Christmas.
Miss Ruby Snow of Montpelier re
cently visited in town.
Christmas exercises, consisting of
special music and recitation, were giv
en in the opera house Saturday eve
ning, also a tree loaded with gifts.
The children enjoyed the brief visit
of Santa Claus an he scattered the lit
tle gift among them.
The first severe cold weather came
Christmas morning, when it was 20
decrees below rero here. ..
Miss T.nrv Stoddard had only one
week vacation from her school.
Ed Carr ha gone to Marshfield to
work for John French.
Carl Cate was in Barre last week.
Arthur Billiard has moved his fam
ily to Marshfield.
Mr. Harrv Coburn was in Montpel
ier Wednesday.
Lcland and Harland Bartlett were
jn Rarre one day last week.
Mrs. Owen Corrigan and daughter.
Marv, were in Barre Tuesday.
Mrs. F. L. Farnham has gone to
Montpelier for a time.
Maurice Townsend is home from the
University of Vermont for the holi
days. Mrs. E. P. Dodge and Misses Mira
and Minnie Dode spent Christmas dey
with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Baldwin.
Mr. Duchaine of Waterbury recent
ly visited at the home of his son, Lew
is Duchaine.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Martin spent
B.
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. F
Hutchins of Northfield.
Mrs. Fred (iokey and daughter,
Anna, were in Barre Wednesday.
Kenneth Bassctt of Lanesboro spent
Christmas at the home of hia parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Bassctt.
Murray Martyn was in Barre Mon
day. .
Miss Dorothy Dwinell of Hardwick
is spending the Christmas vacation at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. E. Dwinell.
Dr. Corson of Marshfield was in
town Sunday.
Miss Mira Dodge of Montpelier is
spent a week's vacation at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Dodge.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thompson and
daughters, Beatrice and Shirley, were
in Barre Wednesday,
.Miss Eva Persons was in Montpelier
and Barre Tuesday.
Alton Lance is home from the Uni
versity of Vermont, Burlington.
Mrs. E. C. Hillis and Mrs. Bertha
Titkin of North Montpelier were in
town Wednesday.
Mrs. Louis Lupien spent Christmas
in Montpelier with relatives.
Gladstone Clark of Barre visited Carl
Cate last week.
Prof, and Mrs. Ilarley Heath of
Lawreneeviile, N. J., recently visited
his mother, Mrs. Martha Heath.
Mr. and. Mrs. Warren Porter' of
Marshfield are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
George Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Batchelder.
Wesley Lewis of Moretown has
moved into the Leavitt block.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Spicer and son
spent the week end in Hardwick.
Bern Hamel of Woodsville, N. H
spent Christmas with his mother, M-s.
Jennie Hamel. ,
The masquerade to have been held at
the hotel hall has been postponed on
account of sickness.
RANDOLPH
Miss Bertha Manney, who came
from Boston Friday morning to pass
the time with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Manney, left on Monday
noon for Boston to resume her work
for the Frontier Tress company.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Farr of Han
cock, the guests of Mrs. Alice Moore
for a few days, left Monday for their
home.
Gifford Moore, who was operated
upon for appendicitis recently at the
sanatorium, is able to leave the insti
tution and is with mother a few days
until he is strong.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams of
Woodstock were guests of relatives
over Sunday at Randolph Center and
Monday left for their home.
Miss Helen Merrill, who has bcn
out of the state for several months
has returned and is now the guest of
Mrs. E. T. Salisbury.
Miss Georgia White, a guest at Rev.
and Hrs. Homer White's over the holi
day season, returned to Springfield on
Monday.
Miss' Delia Chandler, who has been
quite ill and confined to her room for
more than a week, is improving and
is now able to be up.
Miss Ktta Chsmberlin of Montpelier
Is the guest of Mrs. O. S. Chamberlin
and Miss Mary Pratt.
Mr. Mary Hills came from North
field Monday and went to East Ran
dolph to take rare of Mrs. Hall, who
is ill at that place.
The annual meeting ff the Randolph
lodge of Odd Fellows was held on
Tuesday night when the reports were
received and officers elected for the
coming year.
Mrs. A. M. Rowe, who went to Troy,
N. Y.to nss the holidays, returned
home the first of the week. Her hus
band, who was home during her ab
sence, resumed his business the first
of the week.
Mrs. H. T. Holman has gone to New
Haven. Conn., to spend several week
with her sons, H. T. and Max Holman.
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BULK COCOA, per lb 13c
ARMY BAKED BEANS, 31t. can 15c
SERVUS TOMATO SOUP, per can. 10c
WHITE SQUAB SOUP, per can 10c
nnrCTH ITAVPi Sfl AT 3 rnn fnr
X AA4KJ J-VS AAA A. MS twJVS& f v T
SALMON, tall can .' 17c J
JA111UL DK:L lun.v, per can ioc
DIAMOND STATE PEAS, per can 13c
FRESH EGGS, per doz S3c
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Serve It Hot
When the time comes to serve coffee, be sure to
have it hot Pipin' hot and then make it our
Fresh Roasted brand, at per lb 30c and 40c
The Smith & Comings Co., Inc.
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Every Member of the Family Can Have a
Christmas Club Check Next Christmas
"Join Our Christmas Club"
Rockland Reading FrsmlngHara Leaailmtof Hyu Park WaksflsU
GOOD
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Adams Co.
ilOOD
6EKVICB
Ladies' Winter Coats
Greatly Reduced
LOT 1
Special Values Best Seasons Materials
Sold at $50.00 to $85.00.
$37.50
LOT 2
Coats that have sold at $39.00 to $50.00.
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The Daylight Store
.BARRE,
VT.
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NORTHFIELD .
Ernest Macy and Miss Lila Ball United
in Marriage.
A pretty wedding took plaee at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, Dexter Macy on
Vine street when Lila Loime, younfret
dauphter of Mrs. George Hall, and
Krnettt Joseph Maey, younpeot son of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Maey, were united
in marriage by Rev. J. R. Sargent,
pantor of the Congregational ehiiroh.
The hride wan dressed in sapphire
blue natin, trimmed with white lace,
and was attended by her cousin, Miss
Hazel Harvey of Barre, who wore blue
tilk. The groom wan attended by hi
friend, Henry Rorkhill. The bride's gift
to her bridesmaid wa a bar pin, set
with pearl, and the groom' gift to
the bet man a Modern Woodman's
pin.
The wedding party etood under an
arch of red and green, from which was
stpended a large bell. The room was
decorated in Christmas colors.
After the ceremony, refreshments
were served to about 45 friends and
relatives of both partie?. Many gifts
were received, including linen, silver,
cut gla.1, furniture, money, hand-painted
china, pyrex and aluminum.
Amid a Shower of ronfetti, Mr. and
Mrs. Macy left on a short wedding trip.
On their return they will go to live on
the farm on east hill which the groom
recently purchased.
Those from out of town to attend
the wedding were Mrs. Kdwin Hall of
btowe, Mr. and Mrs. I'erley Hall and
two sons and Leon Lisor of Berlin, Mrs.
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sons of V llhamstown.
EAST BARRE
Carroll Tucker is home from Worces
ter, Mass., for the holidays.
Mrs. Stewart Moore lias been visit
ing at the home of hr daughter, Mr
Leon Hutchins.
John Salter, jr., has returned to hii
work at indsor.
Dorothy and Sadie Moore of Mere
dith, N. H., viaiteu" relatives an
friends the pa;t week.
Rev. Anion Lord visited relatives ii
town the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Earl Baldwin am
daughter. Jetty, are spending the holi
days in Woodbury.
Christmas exercises and a tree wcr
enjoyed at the Congregational churcl
lat Friday evening. One of the mo?
pleasing numbers on the program wa
a solo by Mrs. Forrest Bellows, a for
mer resident of this village.
Mrs. Eva Cutter is spending aom
time in Lebanon, X. H., with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Bernard Spaulding.
Miss Grace Bixbv is home from tli l
I'niversity of Vermont to pass the hoi.
idaji.
Masculine Enjoyment.
"I enjoy these equestrian acts."
"Why so exoecsively t"
"I like to sec a man who is able t(
make a woman jump through hoops."
Louville Courier-Journal.
Wire Your House Now
Having your house wired by folks who know
their business is not a thing to be dreaded. It
can be done with far less muss than you put up
with in having your house papered or painted.
We have a good stock of beautiful fixtures to
select from.
BARRE ELECTRIC CO.
Telephone 98.
MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO.
Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants.
K. MACRAE
Np. 10 Miles Bldj, Phone 364-R Over Red Cross Pharmacy.
A Year-End Sale
Clearance Prices This Week on Suits, Coats,
Dresses, Waists, etc.
SUITS, a few left at LESS THAN COST
COATS, few All-wool Coats, choice ..$22.75
DRESSES, Smart models $19.73 and $24.75
OUTINV1 GOWNS, values to $3.50, now $2.85
ALL WAISTS AT A SPECIAL REDUCTION
JUST UP ONE FLIGHT The small txpsnsst mesa bif wrlif t y
Payments Must Be Made Every Week, or May Be Made in Advance.
Can yon think of n easier way to provide money for Christmas presents?
Join yourself get everyoo la the family to join. Show this to your friends and jret them to joinv
For details di payments inquire for circulars at the
GRANITE
Savings Bank and Trust Company
Barre, Vermont
GOOD VALUES
Wilson Nut Oleo, three pounds for $1.00
Majestic Oleo, 10-ounce package free, per lb... 40c
Full Cream Cheese, Plain Cheese, per lb 33c
Rich, tasty old Cheese, per lb 40c
Young America Yellow Cheese, per lb.. 40c
A Special on Cookies
We have just received an assortment of Huston
Cookies that we are making a special price on
this week, per lb 23c
Huston Saltines. in bulk, per It) 2oc
Huston Oyster Crackers, in bulk, per lb 20c
No. 3 cans of California Tomatoes 13c
A good can Corn, per can 13c, two for 23c
Sweet Wrinkled Peas, per can 20c
A can good Peaches, large size 33c
Marshmallmv Creme. glaFs jars 13c. 23c and 43c
New Pea Beans, per quart. A. jc, per peck $1.00
10 lbs. Native Onions for 23c
The F. D; Ladd Company
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