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TUP: BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1921.
Beds! Beds! Brass, Iron, Steel and Wood Full Size, Three-Quarter and Half Size Full Size BRASS RIBBON, Cash $33.75 Full Size BRASS SATIN, Cash . 58.50 Three-Quarter Size BRASS SATIN, Cash.. 31.65 Half Size BRASS SATIN, Cash 25.65 Full Size OAK WOOD, Cash 25.20 Full Size WALNUT WOOD, Cash 26.55 Full Size MAHOGANY STEEL, Cash 40.50 Full Size CIRC. WALNUT STEEL, Cash . ... 36.00 Full Size WALNUT STEEL, Cash 33.75 Full Size OAK STEEL, Cas h .... 31.50 Full Size WHITE IRON, Cash . . . 21.60 Full Size WHITE IRON, Cash . 11.70 Full Size WHITE IRON, Cash 10.80 Three-Quarter Size OXIDIZED IRON, Cash 16.65 Three-Quarter Size WHITE IRON, Cash .... 10.35 Half Size OXIDIZED IRON, Cash 16.65 Halt Size WHITE IRON, Cash 11.50 Many other Patterns in all sizes. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST VP-TO-DATK MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICB Cltj rate m u hore-drivtn ambulance! dUtanra caiU at mumHi urau. Talephona 87-W. TALK OF THE TOWN Of DENTAL CREME COMPLETE cleanlineM is your best assurance against tooth trouble. There is no dentifrice to well devid to give supreme cleanliness as Klenzo. The creamy, quickly soluble lather whitens the tsetlj, hardens the gums, and brings to the mouth that Cool, Clean, Klenxo Feeling. Step in today and get a tube. The Red Cross Pharmacy BiN. D.Phelps Co. l OIL C Yes Oil Cans 5, 3, 2 or 1 gallon Harry Kent of Mount Vernon place spent the week end with friends in St. Jolmsbury. Alili-n Burke of the,. University of Vermont, Burlington, visited over Hun day at his home on Summer street. Watches and jeweiry, also flno watch and clock repairing. E. O. Holmes-,- 6 Maple Grove street. Tel. 241-X. adv. Richard G'ruickshank went to Bur lington Saturday evening to viait at the University of Vermont over Sun day. A regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to (.'Ian Gordon, No. 12, will he held 1 uesday, Jan. Is, at 7:15 p. m. Initiation. Charles Carroll of 330 North Main street, Hon of Thomas Carroll, this liioiniiiL' left for Albanv, N. V., to enter Albany Business college. 1.. R. Dodge has recently had in, stalled at his office, 14 Kim street, a milkre pump and vacuum system for testing and adjusting pulsatnrs. George Meuritis, who has been visit ing with his brother, George Miiniatty of Prospect street, returned to his homo in St. Jolmsbury this morning. Lowell Drown. Earle Lane and Ful ler Slayton arrived from Northflcld on Saturday to remain over the week end at their respective homes in the city. A nine-pound son, William Smith Gilbertson, was born at the City luw pital this nioruiiitt to Mr. and Mrs D. M. Gilbertson of 3 Seminary street All Woman's club members will want to hear Miss Clark of Montpelicr speak on 'Triii'tktil Kdiication" at the regular meeting to-morrow afternoon No need of suffering longer with rheumatism, says E. A. Drown, the drugifist, now that I can supply you with PJieuma. Money back if it fail s adv. Mrs. Abram Fine and daughter, Lil lian, of Maple avenue left Saturday noon for New York City, where they expect to visit for several weeks with relatives. TALK OF THE TOWN Three hundred bushels of the famous winesaps just out of cold- storage. Place your orders now. Charles Zan lconl, jr., Barre Drug company. The annual Masonic ball, with chicken-pie supper, will be held In the Ma sonic hall. North Montpelier, Thursday evening, Jan. 20. Musjc, Carroll's or cbestra. adv. Why pay 40c and BOe per dozen for the same apples? Place your order for a bushel of winesap apples to-day. Just out of cold storage and good. Barre Drug Co., Charles Zanlconi, jr. Attend "The Follies of 1021," a min strel show to be presented bv Mont pelier lodge of Elks, Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 18 and IB. Montpel ier Playhouse. Seats reserved for Barre. On sale at Shea's shoe store. dvi RANDOLPH Mr. and Mrs. George Temple, who were in Burlington last week, attend ing the meeting of the Dairymen's as sociation, returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Paine left here Friday for Springfield, Mass., where Mr. Paine will enter Baypath institute for a course of study in vocational training. Mrs. C. J. Stockwell and son, Hubert, left here Friday for Boehester to join Mr. Stockwcll, who has been there for a few days. in Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Priest will pass much of the time till spring at C. Webb's at East Granville, their house here being rented till May first. The newly-elected officers of the grange were installed on Saturday eve. ning bv Mr. Martin and his daughters. Miss fvah Martin and Mrs. Ernest Flanders. All of the officer were pres ent, besides a large number of members and guests. Mrs. F. B. Dtimont of Hill crest grange at the Center gave a read ing, which was much enjoyed. Several applications for membership were re ceived. An excellent oyster supper was served at the. close of the meeting. Miss Bessie Carr of White River BETHEL AHSc Phone 28 Barre, Vt. Two Day Specials! PILLSBURY'S VITOS lik&of One pkg., 20c;. two pkgs. 35c Four rolls Tissue Toilet Paper 25c Liberty Sweetened Cocoa, p?r pkg., 12'c and 30c Johnson's St mined Honey f rem Vermont clover One-half pint Lightning Jar 50c Ore pint Lightning Jar 75c One quart Lightning Jar $1.35 Mo'tpek'ei Crackers, per box 05c Yeilow-eyed Roans, per !j 10c Soldier Leans, per lb K)c Leans Leans, per lb 71- BFMEMBER ! Fresh Boa ted Ct-tTe, per !b ;0i 35:. lCc ? i I . I The officers and members of the ex ecutive committee of the Hospital La dies' Aid was urged to be present at special meeting this evening iu the hos pital at 7 o'clock. Wendell Drown and Norman Gordon arrived in the citv Saturday from Han over, N. H.. where they are students at Dartmouth College, to pass the week end at their homes in the city. Why pay 40c and 50c per doren for the same apples? rlace your order lor a bushel of winesap apples to-day. Just out of cold storage and good. Barre Drug Co., Charles Zanleoni, jr. The Netop class of the Methodist church will hold its regular monthly business meeting and social Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 7:30, at the home of Mrs. Harrv Morse, 1 East street. All mem bers cordially invited. Dino Abbiatti of Circle street left Saturday night for Syracuse, N. Y., before continuing his trip into state of the middle west in the interest of the South Barre Granite company. Mr. Abiatti is planning to be present at the retail monument dealers' conven tion in Wisconsin Jan. 21. A. hearing will be held before the committee of commerce and labor of the House of representatives at Mont pelier Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock on the proposed law to license sta tionary engineers and firemen. Repre sentative William Wishart of Barre is chairman of this committee. At the regular meeting of Cobble Hill grange Tuesday, Jan. 18, there will be a program, consisting of song br the irranire, piano solo's debate. Resohed, that the automobile is of rreater benefit to the farmer thsn the R. F. D;" vocal olo and a reading of the Grange Chronicle. Come; one and all, and help make this meeting inter esting. Miss Lyle Ewen, who for several weeks has been quarantined at the Mary FleMier hospital with scarlet fe ver, arrived in Barre Saturday and is now recuperating at the home of her sister; Mrs. Athol R. Bell, of Liberty street. Miss Ewen was granted a leave of absence from the hopitl, be ing a student nurse there. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Johnston, who have been vi-iting for a few weeks at Mr. Johnston's home on Blackwelli street, left this noon for New York City. On their way to Baltimore, Md., where thev will make their home, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston will v1it several' cities where the former is a represen-1 tstive of LeClair A McNulty, granite dealers. ' 1 crley Dewey went to Montpelier! to spend the week end with tlifton' and Stanley Sloan and while there was taken very ill. His parents were sum-! ntoned Saturday evening and his moth-! er is still with him. His tempera-! ture last evening was 104 and his con dition Is considered quite serious. j Coach Joseph Leahey of the Goddard basketball teiyn will had his charges into the northwestern part of the state the latter part of this wwk in search of further honors for the school on the , hill. On Thursday the St. Johnshury Legion team will romroe Goddard' . opponents, and on Friday evening the ! legion quintet at Newport will en j rleavnr to put a crimp in the semi nary's winning streak. I The Americtn Legion clubhouse on Church street will he opened wiH on Thursday ev-ninc. -'an. 2. to all e-r-rice men-of Barre and Burre Town. Fir- of all, a pjwial meeting will h V'H in the asemldr hall, but that will onlv tafc up a few minute. Af'cr thst a fne program of mui wh:c'i w;ll inrbtd" a ti- l-n (dn and rmrl !(. nH'slM nttlic ith four rtt. Mm-r t'llip? bv enrwrt and bv th" osr two rf tlic 1wt storr tW'er the 1;:'ir;'!i .'""r'nn r vets bad now !. I ,t f, p.;,-ro pi t, Tm Mercer n' ,1 t,Ji .f.if-I. .,n 'ire tr ivi r I . sr-I f "r t 5e fit h-iii-.f and ., ... - 1. ,..f. n !! f rfn p mo ? iv ' -i -!!.- T.r- .-(.,-' N e:i,''( ". 1. ...pi-t !,-.- to . f!"':' -1 ' I'. ' sll TlM .. c;"i V !1--TT. T1- b e fir ; la w i!l W a cmf-t- r ft 1. ttv cf -'wi - ' - ... c i' .-., n rniv iS ir.-i- u .ir I." Id'. . The 1021 officers of the local organi zation of leather workers, directly affil iated with the A. F. of I,., are as fol lows: President, Alex Rennie; vice president. Charles M. Angel ; record ing secretary, Edwin P. Fisher; finan cial secretary, Max D. Bliss; executive committee, B. H. King, A. R. Goodwin, H. R. Brownyer. Mrs. Ruth Dickey of Burlington is visiting her granddaughters at E. P. Fisher's. The Univcrsnlist Sunday school has been re-orpanined under the suiterin- tendency of Elmer Clark. Sessions are held each Sunday at 10 a. m. Dr. O, E. Robbins of Burlington, sec retary of the State Sunday School as sociation, will spend- next Sunday in Bethel, inspecting as many as possi ble of the schools in town, and at 7 in the evening will meet as many of the workers as possiMe from all parts of the town at the Conjrregational church and will speak at a union meeting in the same church at 7:30. The neiuhbors of IHysses A, Ketch nm helped him celebrate his 55th birth-i day annlversnrv last Friday evening.' His daughter. Mis Edith Ketchum of Concord, N. H., is here for a few days. I rt. W. Newton was absent several ! days last week from his work at Kim-1 ball's market, because of a hard cold, from which he is recovering. Mrs. Sadie Aichholz, after a year's residence at Coco Solo, Panama canal none, arrived Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. F. G" Townscnd. Snow forts built bv village boy be fore Thanksgiving, are standing as se curely as when first made, but have settled somewhat. Hr. and Mrs. Julius A. Preston are housekeeping in rooms at K. S. Putnam's. Dewev AVhite. Charles White, jr., and Irvin Preston are chopping in the north part of the town for H. E. Tewks-burv. A four-ipece orchestra consisting of Mrs. N. M. Gay, Miss Moreland, E. H. Kittredfre and E. L. Rogers was a special attraction at the Bascom the ater Saturday evening. C. Lawrence Stockwell has a irood do sition in the First National bank at Junction is at the sanatorium on spe Leland, Fla., where he went several cial duty at the present. Miss Alice, weeks ago. I Dewey, also of South Royalton, is here i Mis. Mildred Fuller and Miss Marv . !a,ne I"lu:e " "" Lamson left here Friday night for Jacksonville, Fla., where the former will pass the next 10 weeks with her stater, Mrs. Sargent, a former resident here. Miss Lamson went to join her mother, Mrs. J. II. Lamson, who went several weeks ago for the winter. A. G. Osgood and R. I. Ford were in Burlington last week, attending the dairymen's association. The wero in charge of an exhibit of farming Imple ments from the Sargent, Osgood & Roundy lirm. u George Bragg of Warren has been in town this week, visiting relatives and, while here, Ibiulo his headquarters at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Drew. W. H. Peltin has returned from a several days' business trip in Lowell, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Symmes of Bos ton came Sunday to visit the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Allis, while Mr. Symmes is recovering from a seri ous accident which he suffered some time ago, breaking both ankles. A double male quartette from the Vermont State Agricultural school left here Friday for St. Jolmsbury to attend the olders boys' conference and furnish or assist in the music while there. Mrs. t'. I. lioyde.ii went with them, as accom panist. They remained over Sunday. In the place of the tag day suggested as a means of sending relief to the Near East, Principal Ham decided upon a school collection. Each teacher and Miss Evelyn Howe of Concord, N. H., I who has been spending two weeks here j with her aunt, Mrs. F. H. Ketchum, left 1 Saturday and, after short visits on the! way, will return to toncord and as- some her duties at the Memorial hospi- j tal, where she is the assistant super intendent. Mrs. J. J, Stimcts went to Washing- ton'Saturday to visit her daughter and ; husband, Mr, and Mrs. Cyrus Metcalf, ( and become acquainted with hcryoiing grandson, John Metcalf. The child was born on the birthday of its grandfather, J. J. Stimets. Mrs. Arthur Galarneau and son, Jun lor, came from Rochester Saturday to spend Sunday with the former's par cuts, Mr. and Mrs. James Jones, and also make the acquaintance of her young nephew, the son of Mr. and Mrs Carleton Jones. A daughter, Marion r.nzabetn, was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Day of Randolph Center. The union service was held at the Methodist church on Sunday evening. with Rev. Sturtevant for a speaker. Mr. Sturtevant is an evangelist of the Bap tist denomination who has been labor ing at East Braintree for a time. Rockland Heading Framlnrham Lwa.Uiitot Hrds Park Waksu.ld GOOD COO US Adams Co. ROOD SEKV1CB hinted Some Time to Wait. "Prices are coming down," wife hopefully. "Yes, dearie. I think we may be able to get you that new outfit in a pupil was urgeu to gne wiiai mey journaI, couiu and, wnen me returns came in, New Kind of Sanger. Alifie clips this ad: "Stove Mount er Wanted For out of town position; good salary and transportation," etc. "Might be a good job for the win ter," says Algie. "Do you suppose that the applicant has to furnish his own asbestos Dealer. the returns came the result exceeded what had been ex pected. A few small sums came in from outside the school. Judge Rowell.sent a ( heck for $."!, t be Credited to the j school, making the whole amount S2MI.80. A fiO horsepower steam engine and boiler purchased by John Manchester, formerly used in his sawmill in Gilead, have been purchased by the Randolph Novelty factory, and the work of in stallation is nearly competed. This stcum outfit will be used to operate the samill of the novelty works, and elec tric power will be retained for the turn ing and other machinery. R. C. Palmer was in Boston last week attending the meeting of the Wood Turners' Associa tion of America. The Green Mountain Glove company has resumed work. It is expected that the orders will increase as the season advances, which will require more help. A: A. Priest has sold his farm, stock and tools, which he has occupied for the last ,"3 years to Hoy I). Cole of Miles Citv, Mont., who has taken pos session. Nlr. Cole's family consists of a wife, six children and brother, also Mrs. Cole's mother, who arrived here Three hundred bushels of the famous winesaps just out of cold storage. Place your orders now. Charles Zan l?oni, jr., Barre Drug company. trousers?" Cleveland Plain, from Wisconsin, where they have been j since they disposed of their property A Ready-Cooked Food for breakfast lunch pr supper GrapeNuts Crisp granules of -wheat and malted barley "sweet as a nut" from special processing and long baking. There's a Reason" At 6rrc&T PtjPTTwViera ID- ice , uce In Kit 'i)h KOrnmny, Jrjn ! t...: H.-..r.. ,,. wj tl. J v i ill di j.A'JCUh, .lib, ... ' 1 Vi-i . ..f ,1 TV.- 1,-1 t.r.. The price of Exide Batteries for automobile starting and lighting has been reduced 28 per cent, effective January 1. There is only one grade of Exide Batteries the highest grade. There will be no reduc tion in quality. The same high quality of ma terials, workmanship, and serv ice that has made Exide the accepted standard will be jeal ously maintained. - We have the right size Exide to give long-lasting power and care-free service in your car. Curtain Materials Marquisettes Fancy Bordered, Plain Prices s69c to s1.19 Scrims Plain, Fancy Fine Quality Prices 59c and 89c Colored Figured Madras Very Pretty Effect in Pink, Blue, Green, Yellow Figures Marked to Close These sold at 75c to $1.00. 59c Specia! Values Scrims That has sold $1.00 and $1.10 79c Marquisette That has sold for 89c 59C Cretonnes ttS.. 49c to s1.87 Sunfast Overdrapes $1.25 and s1.35 yard lit NO. MAIN ST. The Daylight Store BARRE. VT. Csrsner ritnUn Wvfcara n.'ktonUi Knt, N. H. Barr. TL M onday Specia 10 Cakes of Lenox Soap, Monday price 39c Cash and Carry Price Fish Dept. Window. OATTE H arvey Mower A Clean Sweep We offer the following staple household arti cles at a cut price : Six dozen Hardwood Clothes Pins for 25c j Three dozen Snap Clothes Pins for 25c Mod Sticks. 25c value, each 19c I Washboards Pilgrim, was 75c. each 43c Washboards Top Notch Glass, board Hie Washboards National, was GOc, each 39c Clothes Lines, 50 feet cotton, each 45c Clothes Lines. 50 feet extra quality, each 69c A good serviceable Broom, each 69c A fancy Broom, $1.15 value, for S9c An extra fine Broom, $1.25 value 98c Whisk Brooms, cheap at 35c, for 25c Toilet Paper, Ashelot, 7c, four rolls for 25c. Toilet Paper, Waldorf tissue, two rolls . . 25c Toilet Paper, Bichmond. sheets, two pkgs. . . . 25c: 10 cakes of Babbitt's Be.-t Soap for 65c Jefferson Street, Barre, Vermont The F. D. Ladd Company; i ; t I. 1 t 1