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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1921.
S Kroehler Davenport Three Piece Suite Davenport, Rocker and Chair A piece of Furniture beautiful enough for the parlor, and it means another bed room in your home. Open the Davenport and you have a very comfortable bed, with springs and felt mattress. Special American Walunt Bedroom Suite Beautiful Dressing Table, extra size Mirror Dresser, large, roomy Chifferobe Bed to match. Cash Price $193.50 Or, we will sell you any one of these pieces. Beautiful Silk Floss Mattress and Up holstered spring for the bed. Chairs, Rockers and Benches to match the suite. Our line of Bedroom Suits is very com plete. If you think of buying, let us help you in your selection. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOB AMBULANCE SERVICE Citr rate uoi u fcr-4rirai ambalkiieli autuuw mlU at rmmHi term Telephone 17-W. TALK OF THE TOWN - The Tip-Hunter'i Guid. t Speaking of tip anil tipping, a New York bellhop not long ago formulated :a et of rule, a few of which we give below : ' Don't wat time on "big bugs." Shower attention on women; if they tip at all they tip liberally. I Don't persecute tightwads; shame .them with faultle nervioe. I Play the honeymooners hard, newly- wed men like to make a splurge before their bruin. Don't act ugly when ft guent departs without tipping you. Have a heart! Pcrhapa the office cleaned him out. Boston Transcript. A Street Car Drizzle. She (getting ready for theatre) Is it raining? He Not a taxi rain. Bonton Transcript. Riverside Hotel OPPOSITE STATE CAPITOL 128 STATE STREET, MONTPELIEIt AMERICAN PLAN Opens to the public January 1, 1921, under new man agement. Good comfortable rooms. None but home cook ing. COMMERCIAL RATES, $2.50 and $3 PER DAY When in Montpelier stop and give us a trial. The home like atmosphere and excellence of service will appeal to you. MRS. M. E. NELSON, Proprietress A. J. GUTHRIE, Manager Congregational Philatheaa, attention! Kead notice on page 8. Odd Ladies are requested to send their due books to the secretary be fore Jan. 5 for audit. Carroll Tucker of East Barre has re turned to the Worcester Polytechnic institute in Worcester, Mass. Rego Muinini of Quincy, Mass., is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Asposi of North Main street for a few days. A regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to ('lan Gordon, No. 12, will be held Tuesday, Jan.. 4, at 7:15 p. m. Installation of officers. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Donahue and family returned yesterday from Wi nooski, where they were called by the death of Dr. Donahue's sister, Mrs. Raine. Cyril Marrion pRssed the holidays at his home on Franklin street and yes terday returned to the Harvard School of Business Administration in Cam bridge, Mass. Misses Alhertine, Leone and Antoi nette Bisson of East Barre returned to Mount St. Mary's academy in Bur llngton yesterday at the close of the holiday vacation. Basketball, armory, Montpelier, on v ednesday, Jan. 5, Montpelier port, No. 3, vs. Company E of Bellows Falls. Game starts at 8:15 sharp. Dance after the game. Music, Oriental Six. adv. Miss Cecilia O'Herin reached her Sunday night from New York City, where for the past week she had been visiting relatives. Miss O'Herin re sumed teaching in the Websterville school yesterday. Returning to the University of Ver mont yesterday afternoon were Dodge Sowles, Charles MeKenna, Clarence Carpenter, Hildreth Martin, John Shep ard, Aldon Burke, Allen Calef and Wil lard C'alder, who had been visiting at their homes in Barre and vicinity during the past two weeks. O. H. Douglas, who but recently severed connections with the Gui.liei Brothers Co., starts west to-day as a representative of the Canton Brothers Granite Co. Mr. Douglas goes to New York City first to remain a few days, and from there goes to Owosso, Mich., to attend the Michigan States Retal Dealers' association meeting. Mr. Doug las will have occasion to attend several state convention of granite dealers in that territory during the coming two months. Along in the summer he in tends to return to Barre and then with his family will return to the west to make a permanent location, possibly in Omaha. i The body of John J. Marrion, son' of Mrs. Lillie Marrion of this city, who passed away in a hospital in Brooklyn, V. Y., .Sunday morning following an illness of three week, arrived in the city at 4:.'tO this morning, accompanied I llV Mh fui-rinn fi. IJr..1t r'l-rl- Miss Marie Mayo and Mrs. C H. Bak er of New York and L. G. Lyon of Springfield, Mas. A large delegation of Barre council, Knights of Culuni hus, met the party at Montpelier Junc tion and escorted them to the home of Mrs. Clark, 101 Washington street, where the body will remuin until the funeral services which will be held from St. Monica's church Wednesday morning at 9 o clock. The family re quests uiat Bowers ue omitted. Fifteen boy scout of the Conirresra- tional church, troop number 2, bean the ew lour by a hike to the "Mv- tic Four" camp on west hill. An ap proximate distance of 10 miles was covered by the scouts during the day; some were on skiis and others on snowsnoes. Kighfly the ranm was named, decided they, for it was after searching for some time that they finally located it. The hike proved a very pleaxant outing, and at the camp a hearty meal aim ted the ravenous ap petite acquired by the lads in then hike and se7-ling. A resolution was made by all to Lave many more hike durinir the coming year. Scout Mas ter W. D. Cummin? and Assiktant Scout Master II. McKuight led the way. TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. J. Oaynor. Mclntyre left yes terday for her home in Clinton, Mass., after a holiday visit with relatives here. Dnnicl Bcrtrand of tipper Prospect street returned to Amherst college, Amherst, Mass., yesterday, at the close of the Yuletide vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Jed LeClair of St. Al bans returned t their home yesturday, after visiting over New Year' day with Mr. and Mrs. David White of Newton street. Basketball, armory, Montpelier, on Wednesday, Jan. 6, Montpelier jost, No. 3, vs. Company E of Bellows Falls. Game starts at 8:15 sharp. Dance after the game. Music, Oriental Six. adv. The Orpheus quartet, which comes to the opera house Wednesday night, has made many records for the lead ing talking machine companies. They are all artists and should be heard by everyone who likes a male quartet. Tickets, 75c and $1, plus war tax. On sale at Drown's drug store. adv. Because Alderman Keast was attend ing a poultry show in Boston, Alder man Loranger was vacationing at Sherbrooke, P. Q., and Alderman Shield was at his former home in . Waverly, Ta., the Barre city council could not muster a quorum last night, and ac cordingly the regular meeting was put over until this evening in the expecta tion that Alderman Keast at least would return in the meantime to com plete the quorum. The Vermont State Spiritualist as sociation will hold its annual conven-l tion in Foresters' hall, Worthen block,) Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 7, 8 and ft. Speakers will be Mrs. Nettie Holt Harding of Somerville, Mass., IVna Smith Temple of Hills boro, N. H., Rev. Eflie I. Webster of Montpelier and other state speakers are expected. There will be speaking and messages Friday at 7:30 p. m., Saturday and Sunday eX 10:30 a. m., 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Evrybodv come and hear these very able speakers and message bearers. TALK OF THE TOWN O. W. Boyea returned last night, after a week's visit at his former home in Malone, N. Y. James Murphy, who recently accom panied his brother, Frank, to New York City, returned from there yes terday morning. Ugo Valli of Buffalo, N. Y., who lias been vixiting here with relatives for the past two weeks, returned to Buffalo yesterday. Mrs. Harley G. Darling and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barney left last night for Springfield, Mass., where their fa ther, M, E. Lucia, is seriously ill. BARBER DURWARD. A Former Barre Young Man Married at Dover, N. H. The Rochester, N. II., Courier of Dec. 24 contains the account of the wedding of Dr. George J. Barber of Rochester, formerly a barre young man, to Miss Margaret A. Durw'ard of Dover, N. 11. The account is as follows: "Wednesday morning, at Three Riv ers farm, Dover, the beautiful home of E. W. Rollins, Miss Margaret A. Dur wafti was united in marriage to Dr. George J. Barber of this city. The bride has been a member of Mr. I Rollins' household for a number of Fred Scott and daughter, Ella, of years and is a most bright and attrac- MeVchant street have gone to Boston, jtive young lady. The bridegroom came -vtxriif, -v-. ....... -ouc?: jnHini la tion of orhcers of Han Gordon, No. 12, will be held at our next meeting, Wednes day, Jan. ft. It is requested that there lie a large attendance of mem ber. Clansmen please leave their due cards with the financial secretary for semi-annual audit. Per order auditors. . .4 " Iw) ! Regular stated con vention of Vincitia lodge, No. 10, Knights of Pythias, Tuesday, Jan. 4, at 7:30 p. m. Installation of officers. Officers -elect please take notice. Per order C. C. Listen fellow mem bers of Barre post. No. 10, American Legion! A regular meeting will be held Wednesday eve ning at 7:30. At this meetinir will be dis- verv important mailers the pnt and club very important. It is absolutely necessary that each and every member lie pres ent. Anyone not already a member of the Leuion. who is eligible, is also wel come at this meeting. It is that a good time will follow. Jame B. Stewart. cussed some pertaining to probable Adjutant EAST BARRE There will be a special meeting of Wuchneen tribe. No. 10, I. O. R. M. Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. The great sachem is expected to be with us. There will be degree work. Corn and venison will be served. Let every mem. ber be present. where the latter will train for a nurse at the Massachusetts General hospi tal. ' Albert Sector has returned to Fitchburg, Mass., where he is em ployed, after spending the Christmas holidays at hi home on Division street. Basketball, armory, Montpelier, rn Wednesday, Jan. 5. Montpelier post, No. 3, vs. Company E of Bellows Falls. Game starts at 8:15 sharp. Da-nce after the game. Music, Oriental Six. adv. Miss Lillian Roberts went to Bos ton yesterday to continue studies at the Edith Coburn Noyes school of ex pression, having had a two weeks' va cation at her home in the Blanchard block. Albert Lyons and Norman Gordon left to-dav for Dartmouth college. Hanover, N. n., where sessions will be resumed to-morrow morning, after a twenty-day reerss over Christmas and New Years. Gain weiirbt. flteadv roiir nerve. Enrich your blood. Let Bitro-Phos-phate help to renew your youthful en ergy and bring the glow of health to your checks. Positively guaranteed. Obtainable at E. A. Drown ft Co.'s dnis store. adv. Fuller Slay-ton will return to-night to Northfleld, where he is a student at Norwich university. Sessions re open to-morrow morning at the school, but it is the plan of moist of the stu-j dents to be back by retreat to-night.! Wanted Money for A. No. 1 first ! mortgage loans. Just at this time, we have some extra good loans with ample security where principal is abso lutely safe and interest paid promptly. Good Vermont mortgages make gilt edge investments. Write for particu lars, or call and talk the matter over. The D. A. Perry Real Estate agency, Barre, Vt. Fred Mosher from Cambridge, Mass., William Ringland and Frank Crowell from Norwich, Conn., William Jyeary, George Wall, John Finn. Toney Cyran, James Bowers and Coach Joseph Leah ey from llolvok'e. Mass., Ned Nye and Morris Rhuland from Winehendon, and Elmore Kellcy, John Jarvis. John Con-' nelly from Brockton, returned to the city yesterday, after spending the holi days at their respective homes, to be: present at the reopening of classes on. the hill this morning at 8:45. I With the reopening of sessions at J the seminary to-day. Coach Ix-ahey i will have his basketball squad out this afternoon for it first practice of the! winter term. This week Friday the team journeys to White River June-; tion, where it will play the Legion i team there, and then to Hanover, N. j H-, where it will meet Dartmouth ; freshmen on Saturday. Both theie op- j ponents are an unknown quantity to i Goddard, but games played at the two! places in previous winters have warned ; the coach and bis team that they will require some real hard practice during! the next three day, in years past Dartmouth freshmen have been of such calibre that they have always proved a stumbling block for Goddard, which the lads from the seminary are deter mined to have removed this year. to Rochester a few months since, es tablishing himself here as a chiroprac- tor, with an office in the Farfiham building. He has met with great success and has built up a large and flourishing practice. He has also mads many friends by his pleasant manners, and congratulations are many and sincere. The wedding ceremony was- per formed by Rev. Ieon Morse of Dover at 11 o'clock a. m. The maid of honor was Miss Ruth A. Barber of Barre, Vt., a sister of the bridegroom. S. II. Felne irian of this city was best man. Following the ceremony a delicious lunch was served by Caterer Simpson. The entire wedding was given by Mr. Rollins. There were about 00 guests present, among those from out of town being Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Itollins of Bos ton, Captain C. N. Barber of Northfleld, Vt., Mrs. Bossie M. Barber, Dan C. and Helen M. Barber, all of Barre, Vt., and Forrest L. Marsh and daughter of Mil ton Mills. Among those present from this city were Mr. and Mrs. (Veil C. Shaw, Miss Ardis Shaw, Edgar Varney, Dr. A. G. LVsmarais, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace George, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Faulk ner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marchand, Roy C. Home, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Fob son, Jamse Casaidy and Mrs. Patrick Cassidy. The "bride has just returned from a three months' tour in Scotland. Many handsome wedding gifts were received. Following the wedding, Dr. and Mrs. Barber left for a brief tour of New England and will be at their new home, 71 Walnut street, in this city January first. ! Rockland Reading Framlitrhsm Leoailnitei Hfd Park WaksnU GOOD GOODS Adams Co. SPECIAL ROOD 6EKV1CB Serge - Dresses 15 ONLY The Entire Lot One Price Were $32.50 to $45.00 Special Price 118 NO. MAIN ST. The Daylight Store BARRE. VX. Cardiuv Clinton Wofcura Plrawuth Keens. N. H. Btm Vt 69c For Your Old Hot Water Bottle in exchange New for a Told No Lie. Mrs. Exe (returning from call) How could you be so extravagant in your praise of that girl's wretched daubs? You told her that Rembrandt could do no lietter. Mr. Exe Well, he couldn't. Rem brandt is dead. Boston Transcript. Wanted to Know. Little Bessie, aged five, after calling her mother several times during the night and receiving no reply, said: "Mother, are you really asleep or are you jut,t p'tending you're a telephone girl?" Boston Transcript. MORETOWN Mrs. Eva Freeman Trumbell, eldest daughter of M. L. Freeman of More town, passed away at her home in Windsor Jan. 1. Funeral services were held at the Freeman home Tuesday, Jan. 4. MaximuM HOT WATER BOTTLE 11 at Red Cross Pharmacy IRVING -PITT Loose-Leaf Books Ledgers, Journals, Price Books, Memo randum, Student, Check and Stenographers Books. Sections in Post Binders, Solid Post Binders, Cohnan Forms, Commercial Forms, Professional Forms, Bank Forms, also Dent ist's and Doctor's Office and Call Books. Now is the time to start the New Year with the I.-P. Loose-Leaf System of Account ing. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street ANNOUNCEMENT Beginning January 1, 1921, the name of The Smith & Cumins Company will be changed to The V. D. Smith Company, Inc. The stockholders, who remain the same as during the year 1920, thank you for your kind patronage, and so on the eve of 2 new year we extend to you our hearty good wuhes. with sincere hope that the coming year will bring to you greater prosperity and happiness than ever before. W. D. SMITH, President. Savings Bank and Trust Company Barre, Vt. OLDEST BANK IN BARRE Organized 1885 Statement, January 1 , 1921 Scripps-Booth Perfect utility and convenience if the Scripps-Booth idea of "completely equipped." The tools, for instance, are carried in neat individual compartments in the left front' door. The curtains are mounted on steel frames and may be placed in position in a few minutes where they open with the doors. When not in use, they are filed in a "ready-to-put-up" condition in a convenient compartment. All instruments are mounted in a well-lighted group on the instrument board which even contains a spotlight socket and a glove box. A tonneau light, imbedded in the bick of the front ceit, may be pulled from its socket and used as a searchlight. The headlights are furnished with Ion Glare Lens. An Alemite High-Pressure Lubricating Sjrstem simply, yet effi ciently, lubricates all necessary parts of the chassis. Throughout, the New Scripps-Booth is a car of wonderfully worked out utility and convenience. To be sure cf delivery place your or der now. RESOURCES Loans $1,591,690.14 Real Estate and Banking House , 39,066.42 Bonds and Securities 359,900.00 United States Government Bonds 167,850.00 Accrued Interest Receivable 27,510.70 Other Assets 3,816.12 Cash on hand and in Banks 171,741.59 $2,361,580.97 LIABILITIES Capital Stock ....$ Surplus and Profits Dividend, Semi-Annual, 3 per cent. . . Bills Payable Rediscounts : 75,000.00 46,816.62 2,250.00 None None Deposits, (Including Interest due Depositors, January 1, 1921 2,237,514.33 $2,361,5S0.97 4rcc Paid on Savings Deposits This Bank Pays Taxes on All Deposits Deposits made on or before JANUARY 13, will draw interest from JANUARY 1, at 4 Per Cent. WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT JOHN TROW, President will a. wurrco-MB OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS FRANK F. CAVE, Vice-President J. WARD CARVER CHAS. H. WISHART. Treasurer JAMES T. MARRION H. F. Cutler & Son 13 So. Main St. Tel. 750 J : Good Floor Values :' Lucky Bread Flour, 1-8 bbl..$1.55; 1-1 bbl..$3.00 ; 1 Haversack Flour, 1-8 bbl. . . .$1.45; 1-4 bbl. . . .$2.80 Snowdrop Pastry Flour, 1-8 bbl, $1.40; 1-4 bbl, $2.70 I Occident Bread Hour, 1-8 bbl. .$1.65; 1-4 bbl. .$3.25 ; Delivered price, add 5c to one-eighth, 10c to one- ; fourth barrel. 1 New Hand Picked Pea Beans, . . 15c qt, 2 qts for 25c New Hand Picked Pea Beans, per peck $1.00 New Red Kidney Beans, two lbs for 25c Yellow and Green Peas, 3 lbs. for , . . .25c Graham Plour, per lb 5c, 10 lbs. 45c Bolted and Ground Corn Meal, per lb 4c, 10 for 35c ' Table Bran, 3-lb. Bags for Perfection Blend Coffee, 4 lbs. for $1.00 Old Homestead Coffee, per lb 3. Ladd's Special Coffee none better, per ....... ,45c Japan Tea Sif tings, per lb . 20c Fancy Japan Tea, per lb $qc Mixed Cookies, in bulk, per lb 25c The F. D. Ladd Company