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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921.
i Announcement You will miss the real chance of the season if you do not wait for our big Reduction Sale, which will be held some time in the near future. The "Cut in Prices" will be more drastic then any sale yet advertised in Vermont. We have been weeks in the prepara tion, getting goods from our Immense Stock' into proper shape for our show rooms; and we are positive that we can save you a lot of money, if you will only wait for this sale. In the meantime, we are, offering you some Special Inducements in the way of a Substantial Reduction from our regu lar prices. Come in now, and compare our prices with any others in the state. Signed, B. W. Hooker & Co. TALK OF THE TOWN For complexion improvement buy Star vibrator at Drown' drug store.-adv. Damon, Boston, piano be at Hotel Barro next 1 nz rare !: nsurancc Vermonters will be proud of the record made by the Green Mt. Mutual Fire Ins. Co. of Montpelier, Vt, this past year. Their report shows nearly four millions of dollars of insurance written the past year, showing that Vermonters appieciate and patronize home institutions, especially as the cost is less than elsewhere. Policyholders for dividend policies are receiving 20 per cent dividends, making a very low net cost to them. The Company have for the protection of their policy holders $500,000.00, and their officers and trustees are all well-known and successful Vermonters. Policies are issued by this Company upon the Assess ment, Dividend or Stock plans, upon all classes of desirable property, including that of automobiles, thus meeting with the wish of the insuring public for' any kind of policy that they desire. . The Company's motto is Service, and they pride them selves upon prompt and liberal adjustment on all honest losses. They are willing to answer the questions of the public in regard to fire insurance, whether they are insured with i this Company or not. They are a home company and worthy of your pat ronage. The following are Agents in this County: Thurston tuner, will week. adv. Public dance at East Montpelier on cdneaday niglit, Icb. 9; Carroll s or chestra. adv. Amedio Crocl removed hi household furnishings from ,'ifl" Xorth Main street to 451 North Main street to-day. Dance every Saturday night in Montpelier, Carroll's orchestra. Spe cial car to Barre after dance. adv. Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Heininger of Summer street went to Burlinjrton yesterday afternoon to spend the week end. Mise Vivien and Doris Marrion of Franklin street went to Burlington ye-tcrdiiy afternoon to spend the week end. The R. V. club will hold it next nnnco in Vt orthen hall Wednesday, Feb. 2. Collins' orchestra. Let all members be present. adv Mr and Mrs. Loui Bottiepi and yotinjr son have returned to their home on School street after passing a month at Mr. Bottiirgi'g former home In Red stone, X. II. James Biffss, who has been passing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Waldron Shield of 4" East street, returned to day to the University of Vermont in time to take a mid-year examination. All members of Bnrre council, No. 401, Knijrhts of Columbus, are request ed to meet at.theif rooms to-night at 7 oVIoe for the purpose of railing? at the home of our lute brother, John Mo Hugo. Dr. Leonhardt, a western phyiieian, found the eaus of Vilea to be internal. His prescription. Hem-Roid, has an al most unbelievable record for quick, safo SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Tiroes and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. Washington Baptist Church Samuel Mead, pastor. Service at 3 p. m. Spiritualist Society Rev. Eflie I. Webster will hold religious services in Worthcn hall Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Graniteville Presbyterian Church W. E. Archibald, Ph. D.. pastor. Preaching ymorning and evening as usual. Church of Jesns Christ of tatter Day Saints Services are beintr held in the Worthcn block every Sundav. Sunday services, 10 to 11 'a. m. Everybody welcome. East Barre Congregational Church- James Ramage, pastor. .Morning serv- be on Sunday, Feb. (1. The annual ministerial council of the Universal ist churches of the state of Vermont will be held in the Barre church on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 7 and 8. There will be a free parish supper in the church on Monday, the 7th. All members of the parish are invited and urged to be present. After the supper there will be a public mass meeting in the church, at which Rev. John Smith Lowe, D. D., of Boston will be the speaker. SOUTH RYEGATE RANDOLPH Mr. and Mrs. David Hamilton of MorriHVille, who have been in town! with the parents of Mrs. Hamilton. Mr.! and airs. Hale Flint, left on Friday for ineir nome. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wilder of Mt. Holly, after passing several weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. George Emery, left on Friday for Montpelier, where they will visit their son over Sunday and ling ... .!.:. t. ice at 10:30. Church school at 11:45. ,'' Christian Endeavor at 7 P. ni. All Ernest l-argent or Woorfsville, cordially invited. Church of the Good Shepherd Da vid C. Huntington, rector. 8 a. m., holy communion. 10:30 a. m., morn ing prayer and sermon. 12 m., Sunday school. Public invited. Berlin Corner Congregational Church Frank Blomfleld, pastor. 10:45 a. m., service with sermon by the pastor; topic, "The Sign of a Living Faith." Sunday school at noon. Webaterville Baptist Church Samuel Mead, pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Evening service at 7 o'clock. Midweek meeting Thursday evining at 7 'iVlock. Services are to be held regularly. St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Websterville David C. Hunt ington, rector. 2 p. m., Sunday school. 3 p. m., service and sermon. Midweek service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. All welcome. Christian Science Church Service at j and lasting relief. E. A. Drown sells j 10:45 a. m. Sunday. Sunday school at u witn money-wttK guarantee. aciv William C'arswell, a salesman of the Cars well-Wet more Co., in the middle Atlantic and western states, has re covered snfllcientlv from an Illness of pneumonia to be allowed out and about. Mr. C'arswell, since leaving the Barre City hospital, has been stopping at his brother s home on Orange sreet Methodists, attention! Parent of the Sunday school pupils can't afford to miss the unusal morning service when eight young men will take ynrt In the exercises. Come. A stereopti con lecture, "How Ability Increases Wage," will be given at 7 p. m.; 3 beautiful slides, at Hedding Method 1st church. adv. Barre McAllister & Kent Cabot G. J. Hawes Calais L. D. Bancroft Chelsea Benj. Adams Marshfield M. D. McCrillis j Middlesex W. II. Vaughn More desiraDie territory still open Agents. Ins. Montpelier Brown Agency Inc. Moretown J. W. Bates Northfield A. E. Plastridge $ rlainneld U. il. lownsend Waitsfield E. II. Jones VVaterbury E. E. Campbell to prospective Green Mt. Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Inc. y Montpelier, Vermont The Lowest Prices in Years on FRESH HADDOCK A special shipment will arrive here to-morrow morning. These will weigh from three to four lbs. each. Try one stuffed and baked for dinner or have it boiled. At, per lb., 12c. Serve with SPINACH LETTUCE SWEET POTATOES ' PARSLEY Fresh Native Fowls and Chickens BEEF ROASTS PORK ROASTS VEAL ROASTS LAMB ROASTS There is always Green Mt. brand Hams, Bacon and Sausage Our Home Rendered Lard, per lb 22c SPECIAL TO-MORROW Pork Chops, per lb 25c and 35c Salt Pork, fat, mixed or lean, five lbs 95c Fresh WardCakes Silver Queen Southern Pride Fairy Sponge Fresh Ward's and Cross' Bread The basketball team of Barre pot Xo. 10, which journeyed to Morrisville yesterday to plav the Morrisville Le gion team, was defeated 42 to 12, ac cording to a telephone message re eeived late last nitrht from Morrisville. Accompany Manager Dinek were Ralp Olliver, (ierald Ball, Alex. Paul, Per ley Hackett, James Glass, Christopher Bjorn and .tames ebster. The ladies' aid of St. Monica's church held their second card party and dance of the winter in the Knights of Colum bus hall last evening. This event, which gained favor lat winter. ha not lost any of its attractiveness if one can juitsre from the large attendance last night. Progressive whist was in vogue, Mrs. Francis Cleary winning first prijie on the highest score for the evening. The consolation prise was awarded Mrs. Mary E. Mackie. Few motorists in Vermont complain about dust on the roads at this time of the year; in fact, duet in this lo cality in found on the roads seldom if ever in winter. However, B. H. (Jood fellow of the Uood-Fellow Co. on South Main street drove a Xah car from liurlington yesterday and from Bur lington to Button, he declares dust was flying in the road. In the warm sun he saw many cattle in the yards and cat tle lanes, and a large flock of sheep nibbling in a field dotted here and there with a small patch of snow. In answer to the growing usefulness and need of the sand blast machine in up-to-date letter-cutting and carving, (he MWtovtrn tiranite company - of West Second street have just com pleted the building of an annex to their plant and the installing of a ma chine therein. A growing demand by rctail monument dealers for the kind of work turned out by this letter cutting contrivance has made a strong appeal to operators of the granite in dustry with the reMilt that all firms who have not already installed ma chines of this nature are making all haste to do so. The most rommon nse "f the sand blast machine is the rapid turnout of ""..""-sunk lettering. Many firms are finding further use in the roughing nut of sunk carving. During the past month, in addition to the in stallation of th sand-blast machine, the McOovern Granite company made a lew minor change in methods for pcrating their derrick. All chances ivcnnv nisne in the plant are consist ent with their policy of rnre efficient service for less time and money expended. X. H., is in town this week visitinir her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sherburne. Mrs. iSimmoiis of Lebanon, N. H., arrived here on Friday to pass the week end with her sifters, Mrs. W. F. Kdson and Mis Maude .Tohm-ton. Mr. Simmons will join them here to-day. Mrs. J. H. Holden, who has been vis iting Mrs. Hugh Phillips in Montpelier, came home on Friday. Mrs. Christine Bruce has ftniehed her work in Lebanon. X. H., and is in town at the home of Mrs. Alice Bruce for a time. At the gTange meeting held on Sat urday night, Worthy Master H. W. Holden announced the committees for the year. WILLI AM STOWN 12 m. Wednesday evening service at i 7:.iO. Kenning room open on lueeuay, Thursday and Saturday from 8 to 5. 7 Summer street. Italian Baptist Mission, Brook Street Sunday school at 3 p. m. Don't for. get the patriotic party Feb. 4 at 7:30 p. m. All Italian children welcome. Pastor, Rev. Bert J. Lehigh; superin tendent Sunday school, Mi?s R. C. Brown. First Baptist Church Bert J. Le high, pastor. The psotor will preach on Sunday at 10:30 and 7 o'clock. Morning subject, "The Open Window." Evening subieet, "Hijfb Thinking." Bi ble school at 12 o'clock. Young peo ple's service at 8. Prayer and prune service on Thursday evening at 7:30. Everyone is cordially invited to wor ship with us. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church ' Bailey (Jstzert Lipsky. pastor. Morn-' ing service at 10::H). This service will be of unusual interest to the parents ; of our Methodist young people. "The Bovs' Heritage from rather is the theme. Eight young men will take part in the service. Evening service j at 7i stereoptieon lecture, "How Abil ity Increases Wage." Come, hear and see a thougbt-provoking lecture. Sun day school at 11:41 a. m. Epworth league at 6 p. m. Prayer service on Thursday. 7:30 p. m.j topic, "A Chal lenge to Christians." First Presbyterian Church W. McX. Kittredjie, paator. Morning worship! at 10:. 10. with talk to the bovs and: girls and sermon to the adults from i the theme, "Steadfastness." The Sab-' bath school meets at 12 m. Evening worship at 7, with sermon from the ; theme, "Babel Builders." Monday. 7 p. i m., boy scouts in vestry. Tiieday, 7 ' p. m.,' pastor's class at the manse. I Thursday, 7:30 p. m., preparatory lec-1 ture. Sunday morning. Feb. 0th, the I sacrament of the Lord's supper will I be observed and candidates received to church membership. Come and feel at home with us. A welcome to stran gers and all who wish to worship with us. Congregational Church F. L. Good- speed, Ph. D., pastor. Morning wor- lup at 10:30. l'rearhing by the pas tor; subject, "The Multiform Chrixt. The church school meets fur Bible tndv at 12 m. 3 p. m., meeting of the juniors. 6 p. m., meeting of the Y. P. S. P. E. 7 o'clock, evening worship and sermon by the pastor i subieet. "The Mounted Warrior of the Revelation." Tuesday, 3 p. m., meeting of the Fa hola camrifire girls, fl p. m., simper and social of the rhUatheas. :30 n nv, meeting of the boy scouts. On Wednesday, fl:.W p. tn., meeting nl th. Willhcha campftre girls. Midweek serv ice every Thursday evening at 7:30 oVWk. The public is cordially in vited to all services. James Rosa returned Monday from a business trip to Xew York state and Pennsylvania, lie Intended going lar- ther west, but tcuuid conditions among the granite dealers so unfavorable that there seemed little use in extending his trip. Miss Angi'e Hunter of Lyndonville was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Libby, The local Red Cross has decided to have a tag duv to raise further funds for the Hoover European relief fund. The tags have come but the, day has not been decided upon. Misfortune has visited the family of Luther Crowe this week. His wife and daughter, Helen, have succumbed to the mumps and he has injured or broken a bone in his hand, so that he can use it with difficulty. Mrs. Luella Irwin, who la confined to a wheel chair, fell out of it one night last week while alone in the house and was unable to raise herself until assistance came the following morninjr. One leg was badly injured and she has been confined to the bed since, with a nurse in attendance. Miss fieogriiinna Brown has gone to Fairlee to work in the office of the Connecticut Telephone company. Mrs. F. J. Tewksbury and Mrs. B. II. nioker went -to Lowell, Mass., on Tuesday to attend the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Joseph ino Kennedy. William F. Smith has recovered from his recent illness .with mumps and is able to be out around. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Gibson were in Montpelier Wednesday and Thursday. William Stephens has sold his home on Pleasant street to Louis Gandin. He will retain possession of the. house un til April 1, when he will probably build on his property at the west end of the village. Rev. D. M. McKinstry has been at his sons, Dr. L. M. McKinstry, at North Haverhill for the past week, while suffering from a carbuncle on arm. Congregational church Services Sun day at 10:45 a. m.; topic, "The Re-j deniption of the Child." Special music by choir every Sunday morning. Seats free. Snnrinv school nr. 19 m f.v. nine at 7:30. Union nraner uervwv in ! hi the Methodist church. Tuesday at 7:30 j j0)in Liccardl. who has been on trial Christian Endeavor. You con help toit Kt. Johnsburv for the assault corn make each of these services helpful to i mitted on Delfo' Batbicri last Septem bers by simply being in your place her, pleaded guilty to the charge and in the meeting. has been sentenced to Windsor state The ladies aid of the M. K church prison for not less than two nor more! win noia a social ana ninner at w. a. than five vears and also to nav all costs of the prosecution. Mrs. G. W. Darling and Miss Belle S'omera were in St. Johnsbury Thurs day. At the hearing before the public service commission at Wells River Rockland Reading I'tamlngham Lwailnstoi Bde Park Waksflald GOOD GOODS Adams Co. GOOD SEKVICa First Showing SPRING HATS New and Attractive Models. SATIN SATIN AND STRAW BATAVIA New Features in Trimmings and Colorings. $6.50 to $12.00 A Few Velvet and Feather Hats Reduced Below Cost 1(1 NO. MAIN ST. The Daylight Store BARRE, VT. Cardoor Clinton Wobnrn Plramth Kerns, N. B. Barn, Tt Thursday in the matter of school chil dren's rates on the M. & W. R. R., Rob ert Farquuharson, F. J. Tewksbury, Garvin and Station Agent Clifford ap peared. A decision will be given by the commission later. Frank Brown is quite ill this week with the prevailing epidemic. CMWepjajsja Jones' next Wednesday, Feb. 3. Mrs. Clara B. Hunter of Schenectady, X. Y., is viiting her mother, Mrs. Belle Xorris. Superintendent Harold P. Crosby has been indisposed for several days but is now feeling better. Only for Women We aay "women only" because we realize that to women generally is conceded greater refinement in facial delicacy than the gentleman. We are sure that every woman will be particularly pleased with OUR COLD CREAM For the many uses to which cold cream is put our Cold Cream will fill every requirement. Every single in gredient that enters into its manufacture ia selected for high quality and purity. It keeps indefinitely. It does not turn sour or rancid. For its softening, sooth ing qualities it is without an equal. Women of refine ment should have this necessary toilet requirement. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street GOLDEN BANTA M CORN PL HNF1F.LD Sunkist Gold Kukuno Grape Fruit, two and three for Oranges, ner dozen ' Urifrht Yellow Bananas, per lt. 2."c o0c, 33c and 63c 14c A'niut 25 ladies met in granj hall for the first mcctirir of th h"We dem onstration project .if Wa-1iinirtn coun ty, umler Ihe direction of Miss Boiie, the lradi-r. She cave a very interesting talk of her work and flans were made fur fi-tnre mm" ires, the next one to b held sometime within the third week of February and o be arranged for by Mrs. IVaii Town. The lndic-. of the prangc soncd tea., after wbirh arrange ments fur Wiiiwki Va'lcr Pomona were mad f. r Feb. 12 in I. O. O. F. ball. MiwIkt. pleas., he on hand early, as the eleition of o'Tic r for the neit two years will cine in the forenoon. The afternoon nut-ting will be open to the pub ire. Firit Univmalist Church Frank O. Ilcikerk, pastor. Sunday services: Di vine worship 10:30 a m. Sermon aub jcet, Matthew 11:11. Sunday school at 11:4.1 a. m. Junior league at 4 p. m. in assembly room. Miss Krlene Little will have charge and Miss Wheclock will be the story teller. There will be no evenintr service. The divine scienre class will meet in the a-emMv room on Wednesday at 7 p. in. Subject, "The Realiiation of Ideal." The members f the ladies' i:nion are invited to meet with the inlasionary society of the Methodist church on Wednesday. Feb. 2. at 2:10 n. tn. The regular meeting of the T tr. due for Feb. 2. will be adjourned fr one week. Choir rehearsal on Thursday. The Junior will meet t 4 . m. and the seniors at 7 p. m. The February circle of the I V. will crive a stereonticoei lecture on Ireland on Friday, Feb. 4. at 7:30 p. m. Ju-t at tha present timfl this should be of great Interest to eermror. The ret- ' ular quarterly communion service will V if ' mm mm m i ( i ii ili . i' c r 7 V.W7S 'M,'.7;.7. is m - h n Vesta B i,i,.oii iiiip ni ii ii iiiiii i oi iiiiiMiiiniiwuiuos) m. j '.. t til , i3 wtwm ft "T ', "W, ML, , . J . M '.'A esv.aws net: tr. V " 7 . 'L' ','.' Liggett's, per can 23c Fancy Maine Sugar Corn, per can 15c Canned Pears, No. 3, per can 40c Canned Blueberries, per can 30c, 40c Canned Loganberry, fancy, per can 40c Canned Apple (fancy Maine pack), per gallon can . . . 50c Canned Pumpkin, No. 3, per can 18c Canned Squash, No. 3, per can 20c Canned Dandelion, No. 3, per can 25c Canned Spinach, No. 3, per can 25c Canned Beets, No. 3, per can , 23c Evaporated Peaches, per lb 25c Libby's Mincemeat, 912-oz., per pkg 15c Fancy Whole Rice, per lb 10c Clean Broken Rice, per lb 8c Pearl Tapioca, per lb 10c Split Peas, per lb 15c Michigan Pea Beans, per quart 13c Fancy Pop Corn, three lbs. for 25c Pop Corn, two pkgs. for - 23c Fresh lot of Elk, Vual and Butter Crisp Crackers, lb. 20c Ginsrer Snaps, per lb 15c Good sized Grape Fruit 10c, 13c SATURDAY SPECIALS Fresh Native Fowls 43c Fresh Native Chickens 53c Pot Roast Western Reef 23c Roast Beef 33c, 38c, 40c Pork Roasts 30c, 35c Veal Pot Roasts 20c, 23c Fore Quarter Lamb 25c Legs Lamb 45c Bacon, Sliced, 40; Whole 33c Whole Hams, home cured 33c Beef Sausage 20c Fresh Ground Horse Radish. Celery, Lettuce, Radishes, Parsley, Parsnips, Hubbard Squash. Houghton & Robins GOOD At VALUES Ladd's mm atteries j The IV. D. Smith Company. Inc. i Successors to SMITH & CUMMLNGS CO. GRANITEVILLE Remember the date and place. Feb. I 7. ryirna-iuTn hall, u;ipr tiraniti't ille. ninw unler the i'i..,i ,.f ro-incd HianipUm So. 2.V). !l St.. .1. B. 1 A. J M(-m'nT. fr-r. outsider 1.2. pr cou- 1 tde; eitra la 1 iV. Free lumh. ! Dancinjr. 8 till 1. Mu- Nnrri' or-i ehestra. four p:c-. Ijist dancr before ' Lent. Fver'!y lonme. adv. K. J. r. it'ir. optotv-tr t. i!l he at ' Ml. .r-.ain s UVlri'Cy and Ti'iirs diy. the -..nd and t!.:rd. ta!! and Frark W. f Vi!:mi.tia tas s.i'd tl.c Har-y S'jd i.iv in t p'se to Arthur Theriauit tf Vi!- l-JUi-lonB Montpelier Business School Commercial aid EnjU&b Course. Day, Evening and Home Study ISA KICHAKDSOX, Prmc:raL L O. O. F. Bldg. Phoe S17-M. Vesta Katteries Arc Different So Are Vesta Service Stations The service both Vesta Katteries and Vesta Service Sta tions give is radically different and vastly more satisfac tory. Ry the use of an exclusive patented improvement, the Vesta Indestructible Isolator, the Vesta Batterv is made practically immune from the most serious of all battery diseases; that is, "separater trouble." Poro-Hard Plates, giving extra battery capacity; Impreg nated Mr.ts. which laft longer, and Titanium are other features which make the Vesta Rattrry more desirable and longer lived. No other battery has these improve ments. Nor do any other battery service stations have the oppor tunity of using these patented features in the repair of all makes of batteries that are brought to them. These are reasons why not only Vesta Batteries arc better bet also why the Vesta Sen-ire Station has a marked advantage over other service stations. Call in and get prices on a new Vesta Batter-. There has been a large reduction in price. We carry batteries in stock to fit all makes of cars. H. F. Cutler & Son 13 South Main Strret, Barre. Telephone 730. 25c Three pounds of Pearl Tapioca, in bulk, for Baked Beans, in cans 10c 'Canned Pumpkin . . 13c 3 lbs. Whole Rice .. 23c 14-lb. Cream Tart.r 20c Bulk Cocoa, lb lo-l lbs. Coffee $1.00 Old Homestead Coffee, lb., 33c, three lbs $1.00 Old-fashioned Cookies, Friday and Saturday Special 29c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs for Saturday. Apricot and Apple Turnover, Hermit Drops, Mut ton Pies, Fudg;e Squares and Custard Slice. Prune Bread, 12c; Raisin Bread, 12c; Buns, doz. 15c Ladd's Cream Bread, cash and carry, loaf .... 14c MEAT DEPARTMENT Real values in best Western Beef lb Hamburg Steak, Neck Beef, lb. . . Butts, whole, lb. . 20c Rib Beef, lb 13c 15c Chuck Beef, lb 18c 25c Butt Steak, lb 30c Celery, Lettuce, Cauliflower and Spinach. FISH DEPARTMENT Fresh dressed Haddock, for Saturday, per lb. . 10c This is fresh stock, to arrive by express to-day, and is the lst trr.de we have offered for a Inn.e time. Oysters, Shell Clams, Shrimps, Lobsters, Scallops, The F. D. Ladd Company