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THE UAiillK iMiii TiiES, BAiUtK VT., TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, mi.
The T-I nmpr tTif-f-c fin
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,xThe Store Where Quality Counts"
We Take Stock
February 1st
From now on, every article, every yard of goods
everything in this store must be measured or
If upon investigation certain stocks are found to
be out-of-proper inventory balance. THE MER
Those who would profit most by these pricw re
ductions should keep in close touch with our ad
vertising and merchandise.
The Weather.
Cloudy to-night and Wednesday;
warmer in N'ew Hampshire and Ver
mont to-night; fresh north winds on
the coast.
The annual meeting of the fire dis
trict last evening elected the follow
ing officers: Moderator, Seth M.
Washburn; clerk and treasurer (21th
I year), Guy Wilson; member ot Uie
prudential" committee for three years,
B. G. Boundy; duel engineer, 1j. ii.
Whitney : first assistant, II. If. Shep-
ard; second assistant, E. C. IJIaisdoll;
third assistant, James P. Marsh; col
lector, W. R. Briggs. It was voted to
assess no tax.
Guv Wilson goes to-morrow to at
tend the annual meeting of the eorpor-
nYc'' 'T"'"',T;" :'a(TCiIi(1anM l,v Mr. Parsons, Mrs.
with a banquet in the evening, and ,, ' '.,.
.. Tl 1.... l. fntr.oli.r n l- "" "'".
J1 """"V ; ' ;;: ."i."'"! Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Parsons of
! "lrel ur.1" iKT ZST l Newark, X. J., who were called here
me uioce-e i-n it, - V'" ' . ' by his mothers death.
was appointed by Bishop Hall during ( haeU annon.twho recently under-
tilO iust jear. i wont an onerntion for iiiinnndiVitiu at
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Keniston have . Fannv Alien hosoitnl. Winooski. is
come from North Jar, Me., and re itiiiin tlowlv.
boarding at the home of Mrs. Kenis- " Miss Helen Cramton, who has been
tons brother, Fred W. Tuttle. ,n( ber home in Enosbuig Kails, for the
Harry Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Grant and son, Harrv, of Ansonia,
Conn., were visitors at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. Wnrren Greenwood recently.
The North Held high school basketball
team played the Chelsea high school
team, in armory hall in Northtleld rn
day nitiht and won by a score of 40
to 3.
The remains of Mrs. Frank T. Par
sons, whose funeral was held Sunday
afternoon from her home on Main
street, were taken on the early morn
ing train to Springfield, Mas., for bur
ial in the family lot. The remains were
Miss Amy Bovee has returned home
to Springfield, after a few days visit
with her sister, Mrs. F. W. Tuttle.
Miss Gertrude Garland, who had
been nursing Walter II. Preston, who
is decidedly better of pneumonia, has
come to care for Mrs. Fred West, who
is somewhat better of the paralytic
shock of last week.
John Kleimola, a former resident,
has come front Keene, X. IT., his pres
ent home, to work at the granite sheds.
Mrs. William Arthur has returned
to Glover, after a fortnight's visit with
her daughte, Mrs. M. E. Gaskell.
llarry L, fcmerv writes from urlan-
do, Fla., that a great building boom
is in progress. He and . O. uel
knan ofSouth Rovalton have built a
house, and thev have three other lots
Mrs. Arthur Robinson of .Springfield
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Arthur Howard.
Miss Marv Stearns is in Randolph,
raring for Miss Caroline Weymouth.
Dr. Thomas A. Cootey, aged fl; years.
a well-known Rutland physician, died
last Thursday. He was born in Bar
nard, got his' degree from the t'nivrr
ity of Vermont medical school and
nracticed in Mount Holly till 1902.
Miss Ella Keleher is teaching in
llartland. .
Mrs. George West has returned to
Braintree, after earing for Mrs. Fred
West several days. Mr. West was with
her over Sunday.
Austin G. Perkins went to-dav to
Tyngsboro, Mass., to spend a few days
with his wife, who is recovering from
a serious illness at the home of their
laughter, Mrs. George M. Davis.
Joseph Gaiko has been joined by his
father. Stanley Gaiko, recently of Lub
lin, Poland, two sisters and a brother.
The Finley bridge school began its
winter term yesterday with Mrs.
r'hnrle Stoddard of South Rovalton as
holiday vacation, has returned and re
sinned her duties at the. library at Nor
wich university.
Miss Nellie Duffany, who has Wen
ill for several months, was taken to
the Mary Fletcher hospitHl, Burling
ton, a few days ago fur treatment. She
was accompanied by Miss Florence
Strong, district nurse of Northtleld.
Miss DulTany is a returned nurs-e, hav
ing seen service overseas during the
World war. Her health has been poor
since her return and the government
is( sending her to the hospital and bear
ing all expenses.
Accent on the "Would."
A London paper claims that the fol
lowing is the shortest dramatic criti
cism on record: "Last night Mr.
W 'b play was produced. Quite a
number of people stayed to the end."
Perhaps it is the shortest dramatic
criticism ever printed, but we recall
a much shorter one expressed orally.
It was the remark of a man to bis
wife as they were leaving the theatre
"Well, you would come!" Boston
Boarders taken at Baltimore Lunch.
Wrestler Tony Ajax has wins over
Ketonen, Pink Gardner, Pregautees,
McCarthy and Kilonis. adv.
Miss Ida M. Bedell, the dressmaker,
of 83 Washington street, lias moved
to room No. 12. Aldrich building. ad.
The ladies union of the Presbyterian
church will meet Tuesday evening at
7:.'!0 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Mac-
Be sure to keep the evening of
Thursday, Feb. 3, free to attend the
creamed fish supper at the M. E.
church. adv.
Special bargains in white and striped
flannelettes, also in heavy blankets.
Little Dry Goods Store, Cottage street,
off North Main street. adv.
We have taken our medicine good
naturedly like regular fellows. See our
prices on specials for this week only at
the Barre Bargain Store. adv.
Josie Lougee was summoned by tele
gram to Fitchburg, Mass., to care for
her brother, who is ill, and left Sat
urday, expecting to remain for a week.
Persons crossing the lawn of the
Sacred Heart convent from Summer
street to Bugbee avenue are requested
not to do so any longer, as it is not
a public road.
Basketball, Armory hall, Montpelier,
Wednesday, Jan. 12, Montpelier post,
No. 3, vs. Greater Boston All Stars of
Boston. Gams' starts at 8:15. Dance
after the game. Music, Oriental Six.
Dr. H. II. Hunter wishes to call at
tention to the change in office, hours.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 0 to
11 a. m., 6:30 to 8 p. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, 2 to 5 p. m.
James J. Hastings re-opened his vul
canizing and repair shop at 371 North
Main street yesterday, which was
closed during the latter part of last
week while Mr. Hastings was confined
to his home recuperating from a se
vere attack of lumbago.
Clarence, William and Charles Ash
more, salesmen for Young Itros., who
have been spending a few days in the
city on business, have gone to Owimi,
Mich., to be present at the convention
of retail monument dealers to be held
in that city to-day and to-morrow.
Baptist ladies are asked to remem
ber the monthly mission study class to
be held at the home of Mrs. Mason,
Wednesday, at the usual time. This
is the annual meeting, with election
of officers. Be present if possible. Will
those who have mission study books
either bring them or report to Mrs.
Aulden Grearson?
At the annual meeting of the Birp-
tist church on New Year's day, it was
unanimously voted by those present to
express through the columns of The
Times the church's appreciation and
sincere gratitude to the unknown don
or of the sum of money deposited in
the Granite Savings bank to be applied
on the parsonage fund.
Individual chicken pies at Baltimore
Lunch. adv.
Will cut ice on Parkhurst pond on
Wednesday morning. Tel. 210-W.
Dance in Howland hall Saturday
night. Music by the Oriental Six.
Wrestling, Montpelier armory, on
Thursday night, Tony Ajax, California
"Whirlwind," vs. Jim Prokos, cham
pion Greek light heavyweight. adv.
Basketball, Armory hall, Montpelier,
Wednesday, Jan. 12, Montpelier post,
No. 3, vs. "Greater Boston All Stars of
Boston. Game starts at 8:l.r). Dance
after the game. Music, Oriental Six.
"Interesting V Things in' Interesting
Countries," being an illustrated trav
elogue around tup world, will be giv
en in the Presbyterian church Wednes
day evening under the auspices of the
Men's club. Rev. William McN. Kit-
tredge will deliver the lecture. It be
ing ladies' night, all ladies as well as
men of the church are cordially m
vited to come. The entertainment
will begin at 7:30 and at the close re
treshmcnts will be served, there is
no admission charge, so come out and
enjoy yourself.
Although Ward & Son have been un
able as yet to derive any advantage
from the crop of ice now forming on
the null pond near South Barre, many
local winter sport seekers, who have
not taken their skates off the shelf for
the-past two or, three years, Jiave been
tempted in the last few days-to jour
ney to the pond in search of recrea
tion, ftinee the latter part of the
week the natural ice rink has present
ed a busy s;ene both in the daytime
and the evening, as it is practically
the only available place in the city
for skating. A small rink has been
kept up in North Barre near Third
street, patronized tor the most part by
north-end youngsters and certain in
dividuals of Gospel village are pro
moting the erection of a rink, as in
years gone by, near the Lincoln school.
(Continued from first page)
Mrs. Lackey J. Good of North Main
Such Ostentation!
Tom He never wears diamonds to
show how prosperous he is.
Myron What's his manner!
Tom Goes around with hi tax re
ceipt in his hand. Detroit News.
Easily Classified.
A student in zoology pinned together
a grasshopper's head, a cricket's body
and a butterfly s tail. To fool his pro
fessor he asked: "What kind of a bug
is this?"
Professor Did it make a humming
sound when you picked it up?
Student Yes.
Professor Then it must be a hum
bug! Baltimore Sun.
Th Woman's
Ready -to-Wear Shop
Remarkable offering of Velvet Dresses for this week only.
Colors Black, navy, brown, green and plain at 1-3 off.
Sizes 16, 18, 38 and 42.
The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc.
Men's and Boys'
We arc showing; some wonder
derful values in Overcoats.
The prices are very low and the
styles and qualities will interest
Let us show you.
Frank McWhorter Co.
street, county president of the Ladies
Auxiliary to the A. O. II., accompanied
Mrs. James J, Hastings, Mrs. O. N.
Granger, and Mrs. Elizabeth MeGov
cm, county and state officers, to Gran
iteville Sunday afternoon to re -organise1
an inactive division of the order.
New officers were elected and installed,
and 22 new members were admitted.
Major L. A. Abbott camp, No. 14,
S. of V., gnd Auxiliary No. .", S. of
V. A., will hold a joint installation in
auxiliary hall Wednesday evening, Jan.
)2. at 8 o'clock. Every member is spe
cially urged to be present. The divi
sion senior vice-commander, L. IT. Gor
don, and Mrs. Mattie Gordon, the di
vision auxiliary I and I. officer of Lyn
donville, are to be the installing offi
cers. All veterans and their wives
and all members of the allied orders
are cordially invited. Supper will be
served to all from fi:30 to 7 o'clock.
D. A. R. Meet With Mrs. C. H. Heat
on. On Saturday afternon, Jan. 8, Vico
Regent Mrs. ('. H. Ileaton opened her
spacious, hospitable home to the Mar
quis de Lafayette chapter, D. A. It..
and a delightful afternoon was enjoyed
by 70 members and guests. The rooms
were fragrant with the odor of roses, a
gift to the hostess from ex-Governor
Clement. The committee in charge were
Mrs. Eerrin, Mrs. Ileaton, Mrs. Smilie.
Mr. Fificld. Mrs. McCuen, Mrs. Squire,
Miss Dewey, Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Horton,
Mrs. Moulton, .Mrs. Denting, Mrs. I load
ley, Miss Cross, Miss Hodgdon and Miss
Ellis. Following routine business a
letter from little Paillette, a. French or
phan, whom the chapter is helping to
support, was read and the chairman of
the patriotic education committee re
ported that Rev. C. O. Judkius of Glens
Falls had been engaged to lecture in
Montpelier Feb. 17. Tickets for the ad
vance sale were distributed among the
members. The chairman, Mrs. A. W.
Fetrin, presented ex -Lieutenant -Governor
Mason S. Stone who gave an in
tensely interesting address on "I'nwrit-
fen Vermont History." If the proof of
true merit in an address is to arouse a
spirit of research in its hearers Mr.
Stone's effort on this occasion may cer
tainly be counted a success. Aside from
the poetry insured by the grandeur
and environment of our Green moun-
' Wain state, the speaker called attention
to the romances that may be traced.
one of which he related in a most hap
py manner. The democratic, spirit and
sturdy characteristic of Thomas Chit
tenden, the almost unparalleled sacri
fices made by Ira Allen, and the impor
tant, if at some times violent part,
taken by Matthew Lyon in the early
history of our state were dwelt iiHn
and it reflects no discredit upon the au
difnee to say that many facts concern
ing these hardy pioneers were entirely
new to many present. The chapter
showed its appreciation of Mr. Stone's
kindness by extending him a vote of
thanks. Refreshments were served in
the dining room, Mrs. Horton and Miss
IVwey pouring, otlmr meniliers of the
committee agisting. Mrs. ILirtness,
Mrs. Foote and other guests were present.
it:.. - t 7v. 1 .. i .1.1 . ..
erator of the local exchange, stopped tht Pt '' "!
a runaway horse vesterdav in a most f " rour were
singular manner and probably prevent,
ed a serious mishap or injury to the
horse and light pleasure sleigh to which
he was attached. Miss Dale was cross
ing Main street near the switch of the
electric railway when the animal,
which had been standing near the F.
D. Ladd Co. store, started to run aw iv.
In crossing the railway tracks it was
compelled lo step carefully ana was
just getting a start when passing the
voung lady. Miss Dale judged cor
rectly thaT she could catch the reins
and possibly prevent the runaway,
since the reins were dangling at the
animal's side. This she did, and in
doing so pulled the animnl's bridle
completely off, so that he stopped in
amazement at the sudden divestment.
Nelson D. rhelps happened to 1
nearby ami immediately went to the
voung Indv's assistance, gained con
trol of the unclaimed animal and led
it to a livery stable to await its own
Relekah and Odd Fellows! Joint
installation of the officers of Rriglit
Star Rehekah lodge. No. 18. and Hia
watha lodge. No. 20. on Thursday eve
ning, Jan. 13, at o'clock. Ban- j
quet will lie served at the close of tbe
ceremonies. Visiting Reb-knhs and Odd
Fellow are very cordially invited.
Regular stated con
vention of Vinritia
ldge. No. 10, Knights
of Pythias, Tuesday,
Jan. II. at 7:30 p. m.
Work, rank of page.
Ter order C. C
t ion.
Regular meeting of Iro
quois tribe. No. hi, to-night
at 6:30. Work, adoption
and warrior's degree. Wn
cbosen tribe. No. 19, r,f
East Harre w ill work adon-
Corn ar.J venison will I served.
Special meet
ing TVgrec of Po
ralinn' will lie
held Wedneviiv
Jan. 12, at 7 o'clock.
The total numlxT of male adult resi.
dents of Montpelier Mho died during
an average
veterans of
the Civil war. There were six aceideri-
al deaths and two suicides. Thirty-two
men were husbands, nine were widow
ers and eight were single. Eleven were
between "O and 8(1 years of age; four
Ix-tween 80 and !0 and the oldest was
!f.')', , years. The total number of female
adult, residents who died was 115, with
an average age of 63 years. Eighteen
were wive and 37 were widows, and
ten were single. Fourteen were between
70 and 80 years of age; 14 were be
tween 80 and ! and three were over
00, the oldest being il.'iVi year?. One of
the deaths was from an accident.
W. (.'. Oolton is repainting the old
rapltal hall. vile will remove the stair
way that has led to the second fl.wr in
the center of the building, placing it at
one side, a little west from its present
location and will then make a nice en
trance to the f'ir-t floor of the build
ing. He will open that up for a garage
business next spring and will conduct
the Vehicle and Supply company's busi.
ness on the second rhxjr, as it ha been
done for a few days.
O. H. Stearns of Johnson, who Us
given considerable publicity to bis pro
gram on educational matters, called
upon C. II. lampscy, the commissioner
of education, Monday afternoon and
from the general appearance when Mr.
Stearns left the room the most friendly
feeling exist lietween them. The state
hoard of education will hold a mwt
ing this afternoon relative to differ
ent matters.
William Wright, who was arreted
by II. C. IjiKson, deputy sheriff. Iat
Salnrdav at Marshfiold, pleaded guil
ty in Mont tidier city curt Monday
afternixin to tbe charge of breach of
peace and nt to jail fr 30 dayf.
Wright ii ft this s-ection over a year ago;
after a little escapade and while Mr.
Lawson was at Miirshficld hr saw the
man. taking him in custody and bring
ing him to the jail to await hi hear
ing as stated above.
The Montpelier Industrial corpora
tion will hold ts annual meeting in the
city court room Jan. 19.
maica; Hailey of Colchester; Connal
of Newport Town ; Cusliman of Roches
ter. Library, Rennett of Manchester;
Phelps of Milton; Miller of Harnard;
Perry of Ira; Fish of Addison: Glea-
son of 'Wardsboro; Murray of Ilerlinjll
Luce of Pomfret; Watson of lowns
heud; Fletcher of Belvidcre; Curtiu of
Mileage and debentures, JohnRon of
H,Mwru.,f . Willi.,,.,,. ..t . i,-;. I, ,.(
Richmond; Baird of Goshen; Lang of;
Lyndon f Chamberlain of Washington;!
LaRombard of Isle. LaMotte; Smith of
Montgomery; Fletcher of Belvidcre;
Murray of Berlin; Pollard of Caven
dish; Murehie of Victory; Cairns of,
Middletown; Austin of Jay. i
Military affairs, Webb of Shelbume; !
Foss of Brighton; Abernathy of Bak-
ersflcld; Varney of Lincoln; Marsh of
Canaan; Russell of Shrewsbury; Cum
mings of Castleton; Hall of Wood
bury; Gleason of Wardsboro; Kjiott of
.Norwich; Allen of Charlestown; Ban
nister of Braintree; Howard of Ru
pert; Holbrook of Lemington; Parker
of Warren.
Minor courts, Bailer of Colchester;
Butler of Jamaica; Weeden of Rock-!
ingham; Cook of Mt. Holly: Wilder of I
Weatherfifield; Noonan of Ferrisburg; I
Simpson of Sheffield; Williams of:
Winhall; Hooper of Fletcher; Labell !
of Coventry; Wheeler of Marshfield.
Municipal corporations, Button of!
Middlebury ; Ripley of Poultney; Flint'
of Nortlifield; Jackson of Burlington ; j
Barrows of Burton ; Ross of Rutland i
Town; Parmelee of St. Albans City;!
Darling of Ryegate; McKinley ofl
Stowe; Sleeper of Vershire; Turner of
Penal institutions, Barrows of Bar
ton; Bullard of Windsor; Crowe of!
Sheldon; Barbour of Bridport; Car-1
penter of Norton; Hosford of New-!
ark; Williams of Peru; Leddv of Un !
derhill; Kendall of Pittsford; Carpen
ter of Cabot; -Miller of Barnard; Da
vis of Grafton; Stafford of Walling-
ford; Pirie of Williarnstown; Powell of
Public buildings, Noble of West Rut
land; Walker of Westminster; Riley
of Franklin; Albee of Hard wick; Wii
marth of Stamford; Blake of Brad
ford; Stimpson of Roxbury; Ward of
Springfield; Allen of Uiarlestown ;
Martin of Grand Isle; Davis of Wol-
cott; Metealf of Williston; ("apron of
Leicester; Prior of Sherburne; Pollard
of Baltimore.
Public health, nail of Woodbury;
Potter of Pownal; Ward of Spnn'g
field; Bates of Highgate: Abernathy
of Bakersfield; Darling of Ryegate";
Ranney of Pittsfield; Bryant oi Troy;
White of Corinth; Farrington of Whit
ingham; Hoffnagle of New Haven.
State and court expenses. Chase of
Bennington; Keyes of Reading; Hunt
er of Proctor: Laduc of Orwell; Chap
in of Essex; Warner of Ludlow; Whit
ney of Marlboro; Martin of Plainfield;
Bailey of Westfield; Johnson of West
Fairlee; Harden of Georgia; Gorton
of Huntington: Goslant of Walden;'
Williams of Whiting; Frink of Plym
outh. State institutions, Dorscy of Rut
land City; Merrifield of Newfane;
Wheeler of Waterbury; Burton of IVr
by; Beard of Orange; Taber of Ver
gennes; Bowker of Lunenburg; Gos
of Danville; Huntley of Westford;
Austin of Richford; Chandler of Bran
don. Suffrage and elections: Jackson of
Burlington: Ballou of Chester; Ross of
Rutland Town; Crowe of Sheldon;
Wade of Dorset; Booth of Waltham;
Beard of Orange; Churchill of Elmore;
Stimpson of Roxbury; Merrifield of
Newfane; Hodgdon of tiranbv; Jostvn
of South Hero; Bowers of Kirbv-; Ixird
of Morgan; Bryant of Troy.
Taxation, Barlier of Wilmington ;
Blood of Wet Windsor; Wheeler of
Watcrbnrv: Wilmarth of Strafford;
Mulcahy of Sudbury: Newbind of Mor
ristown: Chamberlain of Washington;
Stone of Brownington ; I .each of Berk
shire; Barker of Waterford: Fisher of
Addison: Smith of Wells; Kennedy of
Duxbury: McDonald of Sharon; Wat
son of Townshend.
Temperance, Ballou of Chester;
Chandler of Brandon; Wales of Wey
bridge; Williams of Londonderry;
Walker of Weston: Ordwav of Fair
lee; Davis of Wolcott; Smith of Mont
gomery: Richardson of Concord; Ly
man of Hinesburg: Alliee of Hardwick;
Hawkins of Shaftsbury; Wilder of
Middlesex: TVrrin of Greensboro; Bar
bour of Bridport.
Town lines. Put ton of Mendon;
Swan of Athens; Sherman of Ripton:
Washburne of Fast Haven: Hford of
Newark: Vaughn of Arlingt Wheel
er of Calais. I 1
Ways and means. Deer of Jiibury;
Field of Montpelier; Pollarded Caven
dish; Bradley of Swanton; Gardner r.f
Newport Citv; Hunter of Proctor;
Webb of Shelburne; Bennett of Man
chester: Weeden of Rnekin?hm: Cook
of Mt. Hollv; Fullam of Rrookfield.
Our Big
e Sale
Continues All This Week
The Big Drive for Low Prices is on all over the store, represent
ing heavy losses to this store, but to you it means exceptional
Practically every article in the store is marked at a low price for
quick clearance.
Now is the buying time and no store in Vermont or New Eng
land offers you greater values, quality considered.
The annual business meetings of the
Baptist church and Sunday school were
held lat Thursday evening. The Sun
day school meeting was held at 6:30,
the secretary, Stanley Crawford, and
tha treasurer. Pearl Guy, giving splen
did reports, showing a balance of over j
$30 in the treasury. The reports from
the other officers were also very good.
The following officers were ilected for
the ensuing year: Superintendent,
George Mitchell; first, assistant super
intendent, Charles Gall; second assist
ant superintendent. Mrs. Charles Scott;
secretary. Stanley Crawford; treasurer, I
diaries -Gall; librarian, Edith Ross; or. j
ganist, Mildred Geake; assistant or-1
ganist. Pearl Guv; mperintendent of;
cradle roll department, Mrs. A. R. Ed-:
wards; teachers. Kev. isamuel .vieaa, ,
Mrs. John Crawford, Mrs. James Cum-;
mings, Mrs. A. R. Edwards and Miss,
Mildred Kinney. At the. church 1mm- ;
ness meeting the reports showed that;
the church was in good condition and'
the following offiivrs were elected for
the ensuing year: Moderator. Rev. :
Samuel Mead'; clerk, Mrs. Charles
Scott; treasurer, D. I). Smith; deacon,
John Crawford; orgwnist, Mildred
Geake. '
The Baptist ladies' aid society will,
meet with Mrs. James Cuuimings
Wednesday at 2 p. m. I
James Koy of Montreal, who visited'
relatives here a week, returned home
M. W. Sanders returned Saturday
from a two weeks' visit in Maine.
William Anker started work to-day
on 4 he Morrison farm on west hill.
Christmas Weather Proverbs.
J. L, R. semis us a few timely prov
erbs as follows:
A warm Christmas, cold Easter.
A wind on Christmas day, trees will
bring forth much fruit.
If ice will bear a man before OirUt
mas it will not bear a man after
ward. If that lat one is true we ought
to have a mild winter. Boston Tran
script. Lack the Christmas Spirit.
A tired salesgirl says that thirre are
Regular meeting of Granite Moun
tain lodge Tuesday evening at 7 o'clix k.
Business of importance, installation,
initiation and refreshments. Per order
N. G.
Regular meeting of branch No. VI, Q.
W. I. I", of N. A., will he held in Miles'
hall Jan. 12 at 7 o'clock. liitallntion of
officers and changing the old age local
bv-law. J. II. Coxon, Cor. Sec.
Regular meeting of)
council 25,'l. L T'nion '
St. John Baptist? d' ,
Amerique Wednesday, 1
Jan. VZ, at 7 p. m. j
Memlier'4 are requested
to attend. Ter order:
Sad Giveaway.
Jenkins Miss Bcggs is much older
than I thought.
Tompkins How's that? j
Jenkins I n-ked her if (.he had read
.Flop's Fables, and she told me hc'd
read them when they first came oit.
Detroit .News.
A Rural Chesterfield.
"Real et iiiuette," savs Judge Pettin-
gill, in the Chanute Tribune, "is look
ing out of the w indow while your guest
; drinks out of his finger-bowl." Boston
T)R SALE - rrr wood and Uo chunk wood :
. thonr S6S-M. 6'lf
W ANTEt- llef. pork.-lwnbr poultry and
Irwh rm, bmr and ruUw, paym
not a few choppers whose slogan seems v-od ririr for all kinds of raw furm and
H, . ' hwi at tir Clayton (h Vark lorau-d
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January Special Ke-Creations
No. 50701 Price, $1.35
Beautiful Hawaii Waltz, Earl Waikiki Hawaiian Orchestra
Sweet Luana, Zamecnik, Gladys Rice and Elizabeth Lennox
Soprano and Contralto
No. 50702 Price, $1.35
Love Nest Medley Mary (Introducing "Mary"),
Ilirsch Imperial Marimba Band
Pussy Willow Waltzes, Glogau Imperial Marimba Band
No. 50703 Price, $1.35
That Naughty Waltz, Levy, Violin Rae Eleanor Ball
Venetian Moon, Goldberg-Magine, Violin, Ilae Eleanor Ball
No. 50704 Price, $1.35
Down the Trail to Home, Sweet Home, Ball
Charles Hart and Lewis James
Tenors '
In Old Manila, Earl, Betsy Lane Shepherd and Lewis James
Soprano and Tenor
No. 50705 Price, $1.35
Bells Ziegf eld Follies of 1920 (Introducing "Tel Me
Little Gypsy"), Berlin
Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra
For Dancing
Gra-na-da Fox Trot, Spencer
Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra
For Dancing
No. 83087 Price, $2.25
O Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave Me Semele, Han
del, Soprano Anna Case
Qui la voce (In Sweetest xVccents) I Puritani, Bel
lini, Soprano, in Italian Anna Case
No. 82192 Price, $2.25
Valse Bluet te, Drigo-Auer; and Three Poor Mari
ners, Quilter, Violin Albert Spalding
Zigeunerweisen (Gypsy Airs), Sarasate, Albert Spalding
No. 82199 Price, $2.25
Largo Xerxes, Handel, Contralto, in Italian, Merle Alcock
Prologue (Prolog) I Pagliacci, Leoncavallo. Bass-
Baritone, in Italian Arthur Middleton
No. 82200 Price, $2.25
Ah si, ben mio ('Tis Love, Sublime Emotion) II
Trovatore, Verdi, Tenor, in Italian Guido Ciccolini
Dagl' immortali vertici (Upon the Immortal Pinna
cles) Attila, Verdi, Mario Laurenti
Baritone, in Italian
No. 80575 Price, $1.85
Tannhauser Overture, Part I, Wagner
American Symphony Orchestra
Tannhauser, Overture, Part II, Wagner
American Symphony Orchestra
No. 8057fi Price, $1.85
Fantasia Norma, Bellini, Flutend Clarinet
Pietro Casco and Anthony Giammatteo
What Mvstery, Why Thus Control Maritana, Wal
lace, Benjamin hlatzkin and iMmone Manila
Cornet and Trombone
No. 80577 Price, $1.85
Day Is Ended, Bartlett Christine Miller
Contralto, with Violin Obligato
.My Task, Ashford. Bass . Fred East
No. 80578 Price, ?1.8
Velma Capriccio, Rosebrook, Saxophone, Rudy Wiedoeft
Where the River Shannon Flows, Russell Bohumir Kryl
No. 5067G Price, $1.35
Kaiwi Waltz, Old Hawaiian Melody, Guitar Duet
Toots Paka's Hawaiiana
Myona Hawaiian Waltz, Morgan-Friedland
Waikiki Hawaiian Orchestra
No. 50G78 Price, $1.35
When You're Gone I Won't Forget, De Rose
Louise Terrell and George Wilton Ballard
Contralto and Tenor
Whispering Hope, Hawthorne, Contralto and Tenor
Helen Clark and Walter Van Brunt
No. 506SS-Price, $1.35
Piccolo Pic, Slater Creator and his Band
U. S. Field Artillerv March. Sousa, New York Military Band
No. 50fnS9 Price, $1.35
Ragtime At Pun'kin Center, Stewart Cal Stewart
Rural Story
Uncle Josh's Birthdav (Introducing "Pick 'em Up
Silas Lay 'em Down Zeke"), Stewart, Rural
Scene Cal Stewart and Company
Come in and hear them at
Drown's Drug Store
48 North Main Street

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