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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BAH RE, VT., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1921.
More Reductions Good Rug Values: Imperial Wilton, 9x12 $97.75 Colonial Velvet, 9x12 68.00 Turkestan Wilton, 9x12 66.30 Body Brussels, 9x12 61.63 Bussorah Axminster, 8-3x10-6 i- 55.25 Jasper Axminster, 9x12 44.63 Eureka Tapestry, 8-3x10-6 '. 23.38 Wool-Fiber, 9x12 23.80 Wrool-Fiber, 9x12 19.13 Wool-Fiber, 9x 9 17.00 Wool-Fiber, 9x12 14.03 15 Per Cent Reduction on all Rugs. Office Equipment We are exclusive agents in this vicinity lor the well-known VAN DORN Steel Office Equip ment. Let us quote you prices. v B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST VP-TO-DATK WOTOB AMBULANCE 8ERVICB City rates same u borsc-drivm ambulant s dUUnc call at r suable terms. Telephone T-W. TALK OF THE TOWN Reduced in Price No. 0 Brownie .Was $2.86 now $2.00 No. 2 Brownie Was 3.33 now 2.50 No! 2A Brownie Was 4.58 now 3.50 No. 3 Brownie ....Was 5.90 now 4.50 No. 2C Brownie Was 5.97 now 5.00 No. 2 Folding Brownie with R. R. Lens Was 11.97 now 11.00 No. 2A Folding Brownie with R. R. Lens Was 13.63 now 12.00 Vest Pocket Kodak with R. R. Lens Was 10.58 now 9.o0 Vest Pocket Kodak with Single Lens .Was 9.49 now 8.00 No. 1 Auto Kodak, Jr Was 16.67 now 15.00 No. 1A Auto Kodak Was 18.30 now 16.00 No. 3A Auto Kodak, Jr. ...... .Was 21.02 now 19.00 The price on these Kodaks and Brownies are reduced nearly to pre-war prices by the Eastman Kodak Co., start ing Feb. 1st. There will be no reduction on films or paper during 1921. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street The' Healthy Cow, the j Hungry Cow is the Business Cow She's the cow that will convert her feed of grain and fodder into pails of milk. Remember, the better the appetite,' the greater the food consumption, the greater the milk production. Hence, goou health, a strong appetite and good digestion are the abso lute essentials of a big milker. Fo Mess Stock Telc Keeps cows healthy. It makes cows hungry It whets the appetite, brightens the eye, invigorates the It whet the appetite, brightens the eye, inviporates the y pystem. It contains Quassia, that bitter Stomachic tonic that produces appetite. It contains Iron that helps to re plenish rich red blood, so essential to a cow in milk. Lastly, but just as important is it it contains Laxatives and Diuretics that cause the kidneys to filtrate and the bowels to operate regularly, so as to throw off and carry off the waste material. There is no clogging of the system where Dr. Hess Stock Tonic is fed. Good alike for cattle, horses, hogs and sheep. It keeps animals healthy, the whole herd thrifty. It expels worms. Always condition your cows for calving with a course of Dr. Hess Stock Tonic before freshing. Dr. Hess Stock Tonic is compounded strictly on scientific lines. You buy it according to the size of your herd. Tell your dealer how many cows you have. He has a package to ? uit. We guarantee gotd results in the milk pail. Oswaldo Cabrini went to NortlifleM Saturday to make a short stay with friends. AIr. A. W. Bessey went to Grot on to-day, where she is promised employment. i'utruk Masfie ot Maple avenue passed the week end visiting friendft in Plainfleld. Williura Park and W. It. B. Perry of Waterbury were busincs visitors in the: city yeuterduy. Basketball, armory, Montpelier, on Thursday, Feb. 10, Montpelier pout, Xo. 3, vs. Goddard. adv. There will be a meeting of the Barrc Landlords association in the city court room this evening at 7:30. The Degree of Pooahontas", No. 10, of Barre will leave on the 6:.'10 car to night to visit Winona council, No. 10, of Montpelier. An adjourned meeting of the ladies' union of the Universalis church will be held in the parish room Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. The ladies' union of the Presbyte rian church will meet Tuesday night at 7:.W at the home of Mrs. A. J. Stewart, 93 Park street. The N. E. O. P. will give a card party at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday eve ning at 8 o'clock. Everybody invited. Refreshments. Admission, 10c. adv. "What beautiful hair that Miss Tay lor has! And bo thick and lustrous now. She savs it's all due to Parisian Satre, the hair invigorator E. A. Drown sells on guarantee." adv. The Woman's association of the Con gregational church will hold its regu lar missionary meeting in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Stickney in charge. Sub ject, "The Schaufler Mission." All men and hoys of the Presbyte rian church are given a cordial invi tation to attend the father and son meeting of the Men's club in the church Wednesday night. Byron N. Clark of Burlington will be the speaker. Re freshment served. Free admission. adv. . Kat what you want. Sleep with pe-aee and tranquility. Kegain you, lost vigor and nerve foix. Bitro rhospha.t is purposed to give you added weight and stenghth, and to make you well. Obtainable at K. A. Drown & Co.'s drug store. Strictly guaranteed. aov. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. I.ang!is of 74 Prospect street motored to Mallett s Bay Saturday, where they visited with relatives over Sundav. From Rich mond to Kssex .function the car was tested to its limit in a pull through soft clay and mud. Remember the Hoover soup supper at the Baptist church Tuesday from 5:30 to 7 p. in., the entire proceeds to go for relief work. We have the soup, you have the price, but starving chil dren have nothing but the apetite. Come and show that you're in the game. Trice, 50c per plate. One indication that Vermont thus far his been experiencing a mild and open winter is lurnisned wy auiomo- buists wlio travel between tins ctly mid others on errands of business. M. J. Whitcomb of Fast Barre made 21 calls with his motor ambulance during the month of January, eclipsing all records for the number of calls an swered in a single month. Many of these calls were trips of considerable distance, which goes to show that the motor is becoming more and more a vehicle of business in winter as well as the summer months. i James B. C'arswell and J. Alfred Mealy, as representatives of the Uarre Granite Manufacturers' association, left Sunday night for Davton, O., to attend th Ohio Retail Monumental Dealers' association annual meeting. From there they will go to Louisville, Ky., to attend the Kentucky conven tion, thence to Richmond, Va., for the Virginia convention, and from there to Charlotte, N. C, where a joint meet ing of the state associations of North and South Carolina will le held. Sec retary Athol P. Bell of the Barre as sociation and William Barclay, who have been representing the association at the various conventions in the west, have been assignpd to the Oklahoma retail dealers' convention, so will be absent from Barre at Un-t another week. Mr. Barclay will spend a week on a pleasure trip with Mrs. Barclay, who left to join him in Chicago yesterday. TALK OF THE TOWN Basketball, armory, Montpelier, on Thursday, Feb. 10, Montpelier post, No. 3, v". Goddard. adv. The granite manufacturing plant of Johnson & Gustafson on Butchclder's meudow will begin operation Wednes day morning. Mrs. L. A. Scofield of Providence, R. I., returned yesterday to her home, having been the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. E. Campbell, of North Main street for several weeka. Frank J. Lawless, sophomore "med ic" at the University of Vermont, vis ited at his home in South Barre for the past few days, while awaiting the opening of the second half-year at the university to-day. L. B. Dodge, local agent for the Em pire cream separators and milking ma chined, waa able to bo at his oflice on Elm street yesterday, after a few weeks' confinement at the City hospi tal, where he submitted to an opera tion. Byron N. Clark of Burlington, a worker among boys and young men, will speak at the father nnd son night given by the Men's club in the Pres byterian church Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock. Every boy and man of the church invited. Refreshments. adv. George M. Gates, city carrier on touU No. 3, to-dav commenced duties as a clerk in the" post oflice and his route is now in the hands of Earl M. Lewis. The latter's route is being taken by Clvdo Lawliss. This change is made by 'Postmaster Gorman, with a view of giving patrons of the oilice better service. Spaulding high school will play Cathedral high school of Burlington in the local gymnasium to-night. Cathe dral high is"considered one of the fast est school teams in the state, having plaved and won nine games this sea son. 1'erhaps me quality "i i im is due in part to the fact that it prac tices two nights a week against the varsity team of the University of Ver mont." For an added attraction to niitht the Spaulding trill will meet the ?lrls' team of the Montpelier Commit-1 nitv house, their game beginning at 7:30. SUFFERED FOR YEARS Stomach Trouble Finally Corrected By Tonic Treatment. When your food does not digest but lies heavy on your stomach your diges tion needs toning tip. This is the object of the tonic treatment that has bison so successful iii correcting the atonic forms of indigestion. It consists, first! in pnriching the blood, for good diges tion is impossible without rich, red Blood. Then care of the diet completes the treatment. Read the statement of Mrs. Florence Feltin, who livea at No. 21 Sawtelle Place, Lowell, Masa. "I sufl'ered for two years and a half," rotates Mrs. Feltin, "and in spite of nianv remedies that were prescribed for me i wan unable to gain any relief. I had so little blood that I waa alwayi cold and suffered almost continuously from headaches and dizzy spells. There was a steady pain in my stomach after a meal and I experienced a choking aen nation, caused probably by gas. My ap petite gradually left me and after a time I didn't ciirc whether I ate any thing or not. I waa nervous and be came excited easily. "After many medicines had failed to help me my mother recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. She had taken the pills nearly every spring for years and wouldn't be without them. I procured a box and began the treatment. In a few weeks I was Biire that my blood was becoming richer for I no longer had ditliculty in keeping warm. Then my appetite returned and I was very much surpr led to find that I could eat ail that 1 craved without suffering at tacks of indigestion or other stomach trouble. The choking sensations have disappeared and I no longer have Jiead aches or dizzy spells. I have told many of my friends about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and I shall never be without them." A booklet, "What to Eat and How to Eat," which tells about this treatment, will be sent free on request by the Dr. Williams .Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. All druggists sell Dr. Williams' Pink Pills or they will be sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of price, sixty cents per box. Adv. Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield - ATI A MS mMPANY Goods jL JLA M AJLlJLK-t W J-f JH-JL JL Good Service lift' s- CHILDREN'S COATS Some Exceptional Values HEAVY COATS Sizes 4 to 16 One-Third off Also One Lot Good Values Half Price These Coats are Smart Models, attractive finished, Novel Collars. A Big Bargain. 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Vermont Clinton Woburn Plymouth Kerne; N. H. Barre. Vt. BERGDOLL BROTHER SEEKS FREEDOM 23-Ib. Pail, $2.50 100-tb. Drum. The W. D. Smlfb Company, inc. Successors to SMITH & CUM INGS CO. Card of Thank. We wish to express our sincere thanks to the relatives, friend and neighbors for the expressions of sym pathy and kindness shown us in our sadness, also fur the beautiful flow ers. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blanchard, Boy Itlanchard, jr.. Miss Alice Blanchard, llcnrv Blanchard. Held in triscvplinary Barracks at Fort Learenworth He Goet Before Federal Court. Kansas Citv, Mo.. Feb. 8.-A legal battle to free Erwin P.. Bergdoll, wealthy Philadelphia draft evader, from the disciplinary barrack at Fort nworth on a writ of habeas corpus, began to-day in federal court at Kansas City, Kas.. Wore Judge John C. Pollock. ' The case of Erwin Berjrdoll, brother of Grover Cleveland Bergdoll, who re cently effected a sensational escape Into derma ny from the 1'nited States is of wide importance, court officials said. The legal point raised is the right of a military court martial to try a person who is" not actually in the service. About 60 similar cases are held in abeyance pending the outcome of the Bergdoll cae, it is said. POMONA GRANGE MEETING Will Be Held With Minor Lake Grange To-morrow Installation. Central Vermont Pomona grange meets with Mirror ' Lake grange on Wednesday, Feb. S, at 10 a. m. Busi ness meeting in the morning, followed by dinner and installation of Pomona officera as follows: Master, C. K. Ben jamin; overseer, W. H. Vaughan; lec turer, Mrs. Mertie Winters; steward. F. E. Cram; assistant steward. Wilbur Brown; chaplain, Mrs. .lames Buck; treasurer, Oeorge Colby; secretary, Mrs. Tda Whitcomb; gatekeeper. Ar thur Majham; Ceres, Mrs. C. K. Benja min; Pomona, Mrs. W. H. Vaughan; Flora. Mrs. A. B. Washburn; lady as sistant steward. Mrs. Wilbur Brown. It is expected that pat state mas ter Cady will be the installing officer. Following the installation, a literary and musical program will be given as time will permit. BEING MILLION AIRE KIDS NOTHIN' MICH Notice. Barre branch. O. C. I. A. granitecut ters' rooms will be closed Tuesdav, Feb. 8, and open Wednesday, Feb. 9. Atria a. IuffiVio dell iimone scalpellint sara rhiuso Marteli K titnnario e apt-rto Mercoledi 0 Hi nnario. Jamet McKcrnan. secretary. (81) Regular stated con vocation of Vincttia lod-e. No. 10, Knight of Pythia. Ttiedav. Ft b. 8, at 7:30 o'clock; work, rank of knight. Per order ('. C. f;x !f Tegular meeting of Iro f Muoi No. 1. to-nieht twj,)"t ,r'"rk. Note: New tV chief of remrds i Anjjus Ey McDonald, II Brook street. A repulsr mwtirg of Barre eri. 157.1. . O. F-, in Ya-r!'-" hall on Thurlar. Fel. 10, at 4 n'rloek. ' After the le.tir,g. th cir-le nl dsnce will he held in Cm Gord.in hall, ru- rote rlisne t1 hall. Per or.!. r I. W. Wrn-, V.P. Two Boya Who Recently Came Into $2, 000,000 Are Acting Just Like Other Boya. Methnen, Mass., Feb. 8 Being mil lionaire kids means nothing in the school life of Benjamin A. and (ieorge R, Rowland who inherited a $'.",000,000 share of the vast wealth of F.daard F. Searlcs. -Both of the youngsters have rcgiatered at the Center grammar here and follow the same routine as the other pupils. Mrs. Mary P,. Rowland of Philadel phia, mother of the boys and a cousin of Searles, came to this town Jan. 31 and ii occupying Pine lodge, the Searless homestead. In his will, Searles requested that the Rowland hoys adoj t hfs name hut thev hae entered whool under their WILLIAMSIOWN DODGE BROS. COUPE Tlenry Waldo has received news that his son, Ernest VTaTdo.vjiow of Co. (J, 27th infantry, I'. S. A., ha been j transferred from the Philippine In- lundu to Honolulu, in the island of Ha-j waii. He reports the climate there as i considerably cooler than in the Philip pines. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilfore of Uarre have lately visited at Allie Wil fore'a. C. James Cram is serioly ill at the home of his brother, Clinton W. Cram. Olenn Chase has returned to South .Vorthfield to work, after being at home for some weeks on account ofan in jury to his foot. Business was resumed yesterday at the plant of , the William B. Jones !ranite Co. Lecture on Japan this (Tuesday) evening at the Methodist church by Rev. Weston A. Cate of Nt. Johnsbury, who lived in the country of which be speaks, when a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll W. Martin and son of Uarre were in town Sunday to call on relatixes. Rev. A. M. Markev was in Fast Brookficld last week Friday to attend the funeral of Hosea O.'Carj nter. late of Gardner, Mass.. which was held at the home of hi son. Arthur Carpenter, on the farm formerly owned by E. X. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Farrington and son Robert, of Cabot were week end guests at George MarrV RERUN y3&te'.4 .vs365- mm lbs? In producing this car the Dodge Bros, achieved the distinction of building a quality car which will meet the approval of the most critical. The body is finished in a beauti ful dark blue, set off in pleasing contrast by yellow wire wheels, which are equipped with cord tires. ". , The upholstery is of luxurious gray silk plush. The riding qualities are extremely pleasing because of the exceptional long wheelbase. Call us up for a demonstration which will in no way place you under obligation. A. D. HAYES Telephone Montpelier 224. 303 North Main St., Barre. CRUMB DANCES BARRED. One Reason Because They Made Too Much Work for Janitor. Arlington, Mass., Feb. ti.- Crumb danees. where girl partners ap hits of tandwiehrs and cake while perform ing the latent j steps have bwn prohibited at the hiirh school. The edi t on the 20-minute diversion was r--nounee-d by Superintendent f Shools rf-orir C." Minard to avert a labor eri!. A mound of hroken food and hits of paper gathered from the fl'or of the gymn-ium as exhibited ly the build ing cleaners to enforce thrir ultimatum against the impromptu hup. CABOT Miss Annie Selina has been spending a few davs in Burlington. Mi" Vedito of Sli.iw bridge, P. Q.. has been visiting at the home of J. A. Selina. Miss Marion Turner is home from Middlehury college for a few days. Her cousin. Mi-s (irace Kinsley, was her guest over the week end. Bert Winslow is home for a i-hort time. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Keith of Montpel ier vi-ited Mr. and Mm. Leon Stewart Sunday. Several people in town are ill with hard colds and throat troubles. The grant: meet in? on Friday eve nine was well attended. A very inter esting program, consist inir of songs and readings, as given lv .Mr. ttar.eiton 01 Enfe'd, a member of the general as sembly. A social hour followed, with cake and coffee. M. J. Corliss spent one day last week in Bolton on huine-. Mr. Julia (Junnason, who has been seriously ill, is reported to be gamins. Arehie Green has finished work at the store and F.d. Stone is taking his place. W. F. Brown and Almond St. John have hargained for new Ford automo biles for the coming summer. WARNING FOR CITY AND WARD CAUCUSES City Caucus. The less! voters of the City of Barre are herc-hy warned t. meet in the City Hull in the City of B:irre on Thur-day, Fib Id, 1!21. a't 7:.'t oYlwk p. m.. for the purpose of making nomination for the following City ofliccs to be filled at thp Cilv election t" ! teld Tuesday, March "l, vir: Mayor. City Clerk. City Treasurer. Fir-t Constable, S"-ond Cntalle. three Director of French Burre Library, and throe Auditor, all of wlicni shall hold ollire for on year; also one Asesof who ihall serve for three years. Ward Caucuses. The Wl v.ter in aeh of the wards hert-inafier set forth are hereby warned to meet on Friday. Feb. Il.'l!2l. at 7:.T o'rbxk p. m . at their several vot ing p!a-es for the purpo-e of makine nominations for the following Ward ofln-cs to I fined at the City election to he held Tue-day. March 1. 1021, In Ward one. t the Iegi,,B bes.lquar ters. on Alderman to ere for two rear.; in Ward two, at Spaulding L;g I na The 1IH8S Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. UY IT MOW? For the next few days we offer our entire stock of Electric Flat Irons Grills Stoves Toasters Percolators Curling Irons and Portable Lamps at a 15 Per Cent Discount for Cash You may need any one of these useful appliances, or, It may be, there is some friend who will appreciate one. If so, buy it now, at a price that will please the pocketbook. BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. Mvd,"" and the ctn-j eSmI. one Shd Cornmiionr I' Sc the V; six-reel ficture. "Pr lekv and M- ds. TrrUd" and 'Brekii ir Into i serve f.-r thr ver: in Wr.l three. T,e!T. at tnwn hall. Jririay evcr.inc at Summer tr t hn.l liu lUir-c. t r , Try An Adv. in GOOD VALUES 30c 25c 40c 25c Totatoes, cash and carry, per peck Best Whole Rice, three lbs. for Clean Broken Rice, four lbs. for 25c Ladd's Special ColTee, the best, lb Corn, cash and carry, two cans for Campbell's Soup, cash and carry, two cans for Pearl Tapioca, three lbs. for 25c Wilson's Nut Olco, per lb. 30c Wilson's Certified O'eo, per It) 35c Hamburg Steak, lb., 20c; Chuck Beef, lb. . . . ISc Stew Beef, lb 18c; Brisket Beef, lb. .. 15c 10 H)S. of Sound Onions for 25c )'h. II. at :.) sharp. B jr r.-e afiei ji ;(nr. Admi-K n. 22e and XV. 1 h r-, -e. J pfr f.'.i; l. The 'nrz - and it Ins a'Wiid; rwe st tV-e ti .iure J? Sr r ! e t- i- t ! of finn tv i4 rktp'er. No. R A. M J Jlii'-fliv. Kri, V at 7 p. m. ? Work! H A. derr. 11je l J . T. W tt -, ' J . - . - . - -. . I .1., lit - .1 I . . . V -I I,.. .-A .r . I . t est A.-rn,n t wiif for 1o . is j Wan! f .ii r. at I'r.. W ;t Srb1 r a-1 hu il r.jr. r r,r s. h (iisiii-' t ho f.r thr-e mr; j Wat tue. h. of ' al iit at t',. f,.l. i ksri. c.ial n'.ri rir.frii i. n t. rr f..r t Hie limes HIGH GRADE .MOLASSES We have a purchase of fancy Molasses. The quality is hih and the cost is very reasonable. Fancy New Orleans Molasses, per qt, 20c, gal., 75c Extra choice Ponce Molasses, per qt. 25c, gal, POc Golden Drip Table Syrup, per quart . 25c The F. D Ladd Co. tl s t !. TVr or It, 1" sr.ll be r4. ar-r.- -.'I I y t : p"f t f t al4 ar4 h r. n n tor. C Bif ar.4 are. ear. !n;n'ralM t , t . tcci'ltv.