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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1021.
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attresses
CURLED HAIR MATTRESS, Cash Price $3G
SILK FLOSS, Separate Compartments,
Roll Edge, Cash Price $31.50
WONDERFELT, Guaranteed, Roll Edge,
Cash Price $29.25
PURE SILK FLOSS, Cash Price $27.00
PURE SILK FLOSS, 32-lb. Roll Edge,
Cash Price $25.65
ALL FBLT, 4-Inch Roll Edge, Cash
Price "... $24.30
TOCSIN (All Felt), Roll Edge, Cash Price
$18.90
DREAM A COMBINATION, Cash Price.$15.30
IDEAL COIL SPRING, Guaranteed, for
Iron or Wood Beds, Cash Price $18.00
WAY SAGLESS SPRING, Guaranteed,
for Iron or Wood Beds, Cash Price. .$14.40
SIMMONS SPECIAL SPRING, Olive
Color, for Iron Beds, Cash Price. . .$13.50
MERRIMAC. ROME SPRING, Special
Gray Finish, for Iron Beds, Cash Price
$9.90
NATIONAL HIGH SPRING, for Iron and
Wood Beds, Cash Price $9.00
CHICKEN FEATHER, GEESE and SILK
FLOSS PILLOWS, from $3.50 to $9.00 pair
B.W.Hooker&Co.
UNDERTAKERS BEST I P-TO-DATB MOTOR AMBULANCE 8ERVICI
City rata .an), as harw-driven ambuuuirt: dUUnr calls at twwiHi
Urau. Telephone 17-W.
TALK OF THE TOWN
ColtonV Place to Be
Remodeled
Big Alteration Sale
Now On
We have decided on changes in the building we
occupy to make it more convenient for the automobile
department on the ground floor, and the horse goods
department on. the second floor. Before these altera
tions can begin we must make room, and therefore
offer our entire stock, including Sheep Lined Coats,
Sleighs, Harnesses, Blankets, Robes, Wagons, Stable
Supplies and Automobile Tires, Tubes, Accessories,
Oils, etc., etc., etc., at extremely low prices.
EVERYTHING IS MARKED DOWN LOW.
TAKE TIME TO COME AND SEE.
Vehicle and Supply Co.
Colton's Place
81 State Street Montpelier
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Homemade cooking at Baltimore
Lunch. adv.
Public dance, Wednesday, Jan. i2,
Hovvland hall Carroll's orchestra. ad.
R. IT. Howell of Rutld is in Barrc
thin week doing telephone engineering
work,
Von will like wrestler Jim Prokos,
full of action and plenty of Kilonis'
pep. adv.
Dennis; Donahue, deputy sheriff from
Craniteville, visited in Burlington over
the week end.
Rcfrulnr meeting of Ruth rhapter,
No. 3.1, O. K. S., Wednesday evening,
Jan. 12, at 7:30 o'clock. i
Officer John Murlev of the local po-
nee ioree is passing trie week with
relatives in Burlington and Jonesville.
If. O. Bennett of the Barre Garage
company has gone to New York to
attend the automobile show now in
process there.
Alderman A. J. Loranger of Summer
street has returned from a 10-dav stny
with his brother and other relative's
in Montreal.
A. J. (Joss of West Danville visited
local granite manufacturing firms yig
terday and to-day, while here for a
brief business visit.
For real values and a real readjust
ment of prices visit the Harre Bargain
Store. A few articles are advertised in
this faper to-day adv. -
F. D. Ladd and F. II. Rogers of this
city, directors of the Peerless Knitting
Mills company, have tone to Boston,
to the Massachusetts headquarters to
remain a tew days on business.
The annual meeting of the Commu
nity house will he held at the house at
7:30 this evening. All interested ii
the program and policies for the com
ing year are earnestly invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Rinaldo Marehi, who
were recently married, have returned
from a wedding trip to Boston and
New York, and have taken up their
residence at 2 Sahin street. Montpelier.
Albert (anxiously) "I'm afraid I'll
soon be bald! my hair is coming out."
E. A. Drown "Why worry? Use
Parisian Sage and I'll guarantee it will
stop falling hair or return your money."
adv. '
Miss Corrine Eastman, whose return
to Mount Holyoke college, South Had
lej.', Mass., was deferred by illness, was
able to leave her home on Wellington
street this morning to return to col
lege. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Leary of East
ern avenue are expected back to-day
from Boston and Winchendon, Mass.,
where for the past two weeks Mrs.
O'Leary has been stopping with rela
tives. Ralph Davis, who recentlv returned
from Dorchester, Mass., has begun
work at the (lark feed store and in
tends to remain in Barre and will re
open in the spring his vulcanizing shop
on North Main street.
Miss Bessie Pitkin returned to Prov
idence, R. I., last night after spend
ing the past three weeks visiting at
the home of her sister. Mrs. Frank
Shea, of 20 "Fremont street. Miss Pit
kin is a trained nurse in Providence.
The body of John C. Thompson, who
died in Bradford, N. II., of apoplexy.
was due to arrive in Washington yes
terday afternoon for funeral services,
but did not reach Barre until last eve
ning and was to-d;iv removed to Wash
ington for burial.
Dr. TT. II. Hunter, chiropractor. lo
rated in the office of (Jage A fJage
wishes to announce the following
price for all residence calls, effective
Jan. IS: Day calls, S2.50; night
calls, after ! p. m., $4. J-or the pre
ent office calls will remain the same
as under Gage A fJage. adv.
Frank J. Hunton, a hrakeman in the
local yards of the Central Vermont
railway and connected with the yard
shifter, which has leen cancelled, went
to St. Albans to-day and will begin
work Boon on a main line freight train.
the through freight from St. Albans
o White River Junction. Mux Mann
of Orange street accompanied him and
will begin work at the Central Ver
mont roundhouse there.
TIRED MORNINGS ?
When you awake in the morning
feeling tired out, feeling worse in fact
than when you went to bed, you are
confronted with the characteristic
symptoms of neurasthenia. It is due
to the run-down condition of the
nerves that rest does not bring re
newed strength, and sleep refresh the
tired brain. Overwork and worry are
the most frequent causes of this condi
tion. ,
If you are nervous and melancholy
and are losing strength and energy you
will find the story of Mr. Anton Patrick
of No. 084 West 24th street, Dei
Moines, Iowa, encouraging and inter
esting. "I was badly run down in health and
my strength was leaving me very fast.
I could just do my work and that was
all. I lost weight and became so nerv
ous that I could not get the sleep I
needed and felt as tired in the morning
as when I went to bed. My blood was
so thin that I did not have any color. I
became discouraged.
"A friend told me about Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills, so I began to take
them. I felt a little better after the
first box so I kept on, I have taken on
more weight. My color has improved
and my appetite is as good as ever. My
nerves are stronger too and I have more
ambition. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have
helped me greatly and I can honestly
recommend them.
The free booklet, "Diseases of the
Nervous Sywtem," will interest you
Write for it to-day to the Dr. Williams
Medicine-Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Your
own druggist sells Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills or they will be sent by mail on
receipt of price. (M) cents per box. Adv.
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Homemade doughnuts at Baltimore
Lunch. adv.
Veal loaf, roast pork and dressing,
regular dinners, at Baltimore Lunch.
adv.
Basketball, Armory hall, Montpelier,
Wednesday, Jan. 12, Montpelier post, ( I
.No. 3, vs. Greater Boston All Stars of j
Boston. Game starts at 8:15. Dance
after the gnme. Music, Oriental Six.
adv.
At lat you may buy happiness! Get i
it in a box of Bitro-Phosphate at K. A.
Drown 4 Co.'s drug store. Gain
weight and vigor. lie robust and :
healthy. Enjoy restful sleep, a good,
appetite and youthful energy. Guar
anteed for increased weight aud nerve i
quiet. Adv.
DISTRIBUTING MEDALS
A, W. Badger & Co.
t'aaertakrn n4 Ltrmw4 Emftlmr: ParwnaJ Attention U This W.rk Trt. 44T-W
A NEW AND UP-TO-DTE AUTO AMBULANCE
New Low
Prices in Cereals
Buy Now
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A. A. Oatmeal, 10ibs. for 53c j
Rolled Oats, 10 lbs. for 43c j
Corn Meal, 10 lbs. for 45c !
Graham, 10 lbs. for 53c
Buckwheat, per lb 6'c
Rye Meal, per lb. 6c
Whole Rice, best quality, per lb 12' Jc
Broken Rice, per lb 9e
Pearl Tapioca, per lb 12
Sage, per lb I2Jc
Puffed Wheat, per pkg. 10c
The annual convention of the Ver
mont State Spiritualist association was
held in Foresters' ball. Wort hen block,
this citv, Friday, Saturday and Sun-
ay and the attendance was large and
the meetings helpful. Among those
who brought interesting messages were
Mrs. Nettie Holt Harding of Somer-
vine, Mass., Dana niith Temple of
Hillsborn. N. H., and Fev. Effie I. Web
ster of Montpelier. At the business
meeting held Saturday the following
officers were duly elected: President,
Rev. Effie f. Webster of Montpelier;
secretary, Mrs. Helen Shaw of Morris
ville; treasurer, Mrs. Ellen V. Ward
of South Barre; first Vice-president.
f!rover C. Hall of Barre; second vice
president, Charles Inyalls of Montpel
ier; directors. Mrs. J. Belle Hutch ins
and Lerov Anderson of Harre and Mrs.
Lillian Oill of Burlington; auditors,
Mrs. ,f. Belle Hutchins and Mabel
Smith of Braintree. The matter of se
lecting the next meeting place was
left with the board of directors.
To the Service Men in the World War 1
Must Present Discharge Papers.
To-day is victory medal day at the I
Barre army recruiting station. Every
ex-service man of the World war should
present himself with his Vlischarge to
day, and receive one of these medals
There is no "red tape" connected, sim
ply show your discharge to Field Clerk
Henry J. Prue, who arrived thin morn
ing as a representative of Lieutenan.
Caswell of the Albany recruiting head
quarters, and the medal will be pre
serited. It is beautifully designed in
bronne, one side of it bearing the fol
lowing words: "The (Jreat War for Civ
ilir.ation." Beneath these and placed on
sides of the L'nited States coat of
arms are the names of allied countries
France, Italy, Serbia, Japan, Mont
negro, Russia, Oreece, (ireat Britain.!
Belgium, Brazil, Portugal, Rumania and
i nin. j
Un the other side of the in. -da l is en
graved the Goddess of liberty. The
ribbon from which the medal suspend
is the victory ribbon, adopted by all
the allied countries as the most appro-
Recruits in Air Service Sought.
Uncle Sam takes great pride in hi
army and navy, especially when hi
rank are well filled with robust
healthy lads, who evprvone knows
must measure up to rortain standard in
physique. Respon-cs to naval enlit
ments have b.cn so large since the war
that he was compelled to wtop naval re
cmit'ng, and now a young man with
soldierly ambitions i able to enter
only branches f the army service. In
this he finds opportunities of all kind,
and a late order received at the local
army recruiting station permits the
acceptance of young men to the air
service, and to young men who ex
press the desire to di so it afford the
opportunity to fly.
In all branches of service one is en
ab'ed to learn and impure himself
along trade and educational lines, but
to those entering th air service there
are more trade open than any other
branch in the army. So many depart
ments, trades and positions eif in this
j branch of the ervice that there is a
! place for every young man interested
1 1 in the araiy. Mechanic and a.sistar.
'are one class of men who find nnusul
I" opportunities awaiting them in the air
; service, and are especially desired by
jthis branch, tme enlisting .hon.'d de
Ijfinr which branch of the air service he
1 1 isbe to enter, thre H. ing the "heav-
J i ier than air" and "Lghter than
priate medal ribbon. Its colors are the
most beautiful and arranged in rain
bow order. Across the ribbon is a bar
bearing the word France, which is given
to any man who reached France but
did not get into actual fighting. To
men taking part in any major engage
ment, bars bearing the names of thus
are procured from Washington, D. C,
upon order of Field Clerk Prue, and will
be mailed directly to the soldier's home.
For instance, if you fought in the bat
tle of Cambrai. Somme Defensive, St.
Mihiel, Aisne-Marne or any other maj
or battle a bar with the name of that
battle or as many bars a battles will I
presented you from Washington to
wear on this medal.
To the men who did not leave the
l'nited States the same medal is pre
sented with different bars. This re
cruiting office will be open until late
this evening, just as long as anyone
continue to call for a medal. Remcm
ber to bring your discharge papers
along.
Protect
Yourself
Against
ijDeepseated
Coughs
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The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. IS:?
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Successors to
SMITH & CUMMIXGS CO.
I hi a:r erie refrtnt.ng hs iut
begun and anyone d-T:rg further par-j
iu!r may see Corporal Arthur C.
Xnelting t the fity rtirt room in the
city bu,id:rg, the rerruitmg taticn.
i&er s
Mentholated White
Tine and Tar with Cod
Liver Extract and
and Eucalyptus
For the relief of
Coughs, Colds, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness and
Throat Irritations
$1.00
Guaranteed
The
Red Cross
Pharmacy
Rockland
Reading
Framingham
Leominster
Hyde Park
Wakefield
Gord
Goods
Company
Good
Service
After Stock Taking Clearance Sale
Bargains in all departments on merchandise particularly
needed for the extreme weather.
Flannelette
Gowns
Ladies' Gowns
Colored and White
Were
$2.98
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1,59
Extra Heavy Quality
Were
$3.98
Were
$3.50
Were
$3.98
Extra Large Sizes
.2.39
.1.79
2.75
Children's
Gowns
Sizes 4, 6, 8
Were
$1.98
Were
$2.25
Sizes 10, 12, 14
98c
1,25
Winter Underwear
Greatly reduced 25 Some cases more
Ladies' Silk and Wool
Vests and Pants
Were OOC O Cn
$3.00, $3.50
Silk and Wool Union Suits
$5.75.. 4.00, 4.50
Fine Wool Union Suits
$7.00, $7.50 . . 5.50 6.00,
Children's Wool Vests
and Pants
Sizes 4, G and 8.
Were
$1.45 to $1.98 . . . .
1.29
Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16
Were j on
$2.15 to $2.70 I "03
Silk and Wool Union Suits
Sizes 4, 6, 8
Were
$3.10, $3.70
Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16
Were
$4.00, $4.90
3.00
3.50
Ladies' Fleeced Vests
and Pants
$2.00, $2.25 , . 1.25, 1.50
Fleeced Union Suits
Were j no n or
$3.00, $3.35 .Ji30, ZiZO
Gray Wool Vests and Pants
Were 0 OC
$2.98 0
Children's Fleeced Vests
and Pants
Sizes 4, 6, 8
Were
90c to $1.10
.79c
Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16
Were
$1.20 to $1.50
89c
Fleeced Union Suits
Sizes 4, 6, 8
Were
$1.65 to $1.98
Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16
Were
$2.10 to $2.55 . . . .
1.50
1.75
Ginghams
32-Inch Bates Ginghcms
Were 59c 35c
27-Inch Bates Ginghams
Were 49c... 25c
Five Yards for $1.19
Hose
Children's
Odd Lots All
Sizes.
25c
Were
39c, 50c
Five Pairs forj$1.00
Infants' Stockings
Were
39c
Children's Wool Hose
$1.00, $1.15 79c
19c
Domestics
Outing Flannel
36-Inch Heavy White
Was
59c .
29c
27-Inch Extra Heavy
IT. 29c
27-Inch Colored Outing
Was
39c '. .
19c
Pequot Cottons
72, 81 and 90 Inches
Were
90c to $1.30
63-Inch Pequot
Was
89c .
69c
49c
Was
45c .
Long Cloth
10 Yards, $2.75
29c
42-Inch Bleached Cotton
Was
76c
39c
36-Inch Cotton
Fruit-of-the-Loom
Per Yard 19c
Ladies' Cloth Coats
Half Price
REDUCTION IN FURS-One-Half and One-Third off
Exceptional Values
Attractive Models
188 N. Main St
The Daylight Store
Barre. Vermont
Clinton
WotM
Plvmort
N. H.
Vt.
WILL1AMSTOWN
Tlic lorl lodgM of Otld Fellow nd
ReWkh htld joint installation in
their hull Ut Kri.Uy evening, whirh
larjrely ttmrtoH by member of
the two 'orpanifationn nd invited
puesU. The following id the list of offi
cer of the Odd Fellow: X. O., Wil
liam H. Xorri; V. O.. Alfred Jenkins;
eretrv, Verer J. Jeffords; treamirer.
Frank A. 1)own; R. S. X. C... IV11 .
Stone; 1.. S. X. C, Gordon Tine;
warden, Hiram Dniry; eondm-tor, Wil
liam B. Jone; I. O., Haden .Trfford;
O. !., Kupene Fuller: K. S. S... M. B.
Sullivan; L. S. S.. Alvin Vivian; rhap-
.... . I w-.l .-. S V CI
?.'": . V.-..'::: , VT v i ' Carh- pi.-turr. at K. P. hall. Marsh
Wlf: P" n: AM. Jewett! The W- T"-fl? '.
lowing are the officer, of the Rebrk- " " " " ..--""-
ah.- X. r. Mr. Marv Down.; V. V "-:-'-
i: v-.ii;. tv.i.-. ..,-.. rv Mn ' ever told, wonderfully produced. nonl
All .r.ii I 'n . . , -
M-rr McAllister: trewurer. Mr. Jen- "nl enre .peunouna
nie 'nnirr: F. S. X 5 Mr..
Jeffords;
and hauling nulpwood. Most of there '
rome with their teams from the quarry
.eetion and return to their home, at
nipht.
Mis. Mildred Greamon wa. at home
from .South Barra over Sunday. She
ia at work for Dr. K. H. Bancrof t
Mis Kmma Adam, who ha. been
teaching at tJrove, in the town of Hal
ifax, i. at home for a while.
K. J. Rutter, optometrist from Mont-'
pelier, will be at the hotel Friday, the
14th. Call and hae your eye exam
ined. adv. i
MARSH FIELD
L. s. v. r...
Dow; warden. Mr. Xina Jewel t: eon-
diK-tress, Mr. Vabel Benevide.; K. A.
Mrs. Julia Vwrli; L. A. S.. Mi.
Besie Sliorey: I. ('.., Miss Millie
Drurv: O. Clarence Wilfnre; ehin-
ain, Mr. Ma Whitcomb; K. S. V.
Mr. Carrie l-ou-rec: I- S. V. CI.. Mrs.
Aura Po.de; r. X. O.. Mm. Anna Ran
dall. A collation wa. .erred, begn-
ning at fi W. K. H. H 't and Mr.
Fredcri. k."n of PlainM-ld. D. D. O M
were present tn install the Odd Fel
lows, and the Rebekah. were installed
br Mr. Mrv Diitton, a-siled by Mrs.
Marr McAlh'ster.
Lew is .1. Warmr. itsi l;e on ihe
Jackson farm on the rc1 to Oie!a. ' l.ert.v
Also a one-reel
T nia I Paramount magazine. IV.n't mi, it. as
Mrs. Fannie
it i a big special and a .ma:l admis
sion fee. 20r and 3"c, pbu war ta.
Dance after the ahow. (wod music.
adr.
RANDOLPH
Salt pork, our own park, per ponnd.
2e. Sp-ial priors on barrel lots. F. 1
Jerd'a market. Randolph.
Paint era. Attention!
Local uni' n I painter, and dec
orators, wi'l lv ld it welt rerniar me-1 -ing
Tnday. Jan II. at 7:-' p. Ei
in rarprrW. hall All metn'er
Toilet Paper Values
Just received some old-time values in Toilet Paper.
Butterfly brand in roll;, 7c each, 4 for 25c
Waldorf brand in rolls, 13c each, 2 for 25c
Union brand in sheets, 7c, 4 for . . 25c
Richmond brand in sheets, 13c, 2 for 25c
ba Xi irrn at work for him, mU ng tend.
n-d nd reoi!-!c.I t at-
A. M. Stafford. R. S.
-MACARONI and SPAGHETTI
Broken Macaroni, in bulk, per lb 10c
Whole Macaroni, in bulk, per lb 15c
WhoIeSpaghetti, in bulk, per lb 13c
Warner's Package Macaroni, three pkc;s. 25c
Warner's Package Spaghetti, three pkgs. . . . 25c
Tomato Paste, Italian Style, two cans 25c
No. 2 size canned Tomatoes, each 10c
No. 3 size canned Tomatoes, each 15c
Sunkist large sized Sliced Pineapple 45c
California large sized Peaches, each 35c
JilTy Jelly, all flavors, two pkgs 25c
The F. D. Ladd Company

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