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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921.
Saturday Special Felt Back Linoleum A Mats, I81"? h x 36"inch-while tJC they last " WALL PAPER 20 Reduction on Our Entire Stock of Wall Paper - Portable and Floor Lamps 20 Reduction We have just received another shipment of Portable Lamps, and the prices are right. ROYAL EASY CHAIR In mahogany and all oak finishes. Cash price to-day, $36.00. Adjustable back and footrest. Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets The best known and best made. 20 per cent reduction. WHITTALL RUGS Because of labor conditions at the Whittall factory, there will soon be a scarcity of Whittall Rugs, which means an advance in price. For a very short time, we are giv ing a 15 per cent reduction. Take advan tage of this now before it is too late. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST VP-TO-DATK MOTOR AMBULANCE 8IBVIC1 City rttM sua luwss-drirsn srobolsnesi dUUncs colts t nwukb term Telephone S7-W. The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Spi ring Suits Stamped With Touches Distinctive of 1921 Fashion wavers in her devotion to the youthful dash of box and Eaton jacket Suits, and smiles also on the im peccable lines of semi-tailored and, strictly tailored models. A Few Suits Left to Be Closed Out Quickly at One-Half Price Suitable. for immediate and spring wear. . We can fit the fetout figures. Another smart assortment of Hats just received. Just u little different from the rest. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. K. MACRAE Ho. 10 Miles Bldg., Phone 364-R Over Red Cross Pharmacy. Saturday, a Final Clean-Up Sale of All Winter Merchandise Left in Stock Suits and Coats, a few left to close out at once at Half Price Dresses, few to be sold at Less Than Cost Outing Gowns, best outings, final price, Saturday. . . .$1.69 All Waists, etc., at Big Reductions for Saturday's selling. JUST UP ONE FLIGHT The tnull expense! neu bit sari te yea I There'saLotof Satisfaction ! in eating meats of which you can be absolutely cer j tain. Every pound of meat that is sold over our counter is sweet and wnoiesome. The Best Meals Cheap VEAL ROASTS WESTERN BEEF ROASTS NATIVE PORK ROASTS LEGS OF LAMB GREEN MOUNTAIN SAUSAGE LINK or CLOTH Fresh Laid EGGS Per dozen 50' Best Creamery BUTTER Per lb. i I I i ssFI r I Campbell's Soup, two cans for 23c I ull sized cans Evaporated Milk, two for .... 23c Fresh Vegetables VEGETABLE OYSTER GREEN PEPPERS CAULIFLOWER LETTUCE PARSNIPS SWEET POTATOES ORANGES ORANGES ORANGES California Navels, blessed with a magic flavor, per dozen 33c, 43c, 53c and 65c Special prices by the box. Large Grape Fruit, each, 10c, and two for .... 25c The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. TALK OF THE TOWN i . ' I See Morse's line of spring suits at j Montpelier. adv. Navel oranges, 14 for 25c. Marchet ti'u Fruit Store. adv. Some more of those chocolates at 49c a pound at Drown's Drug Store. Saturday only. adv. Dance, Saturday night, Howland hall, after Spaulding-Montpelier game. Music br Novelty hix. adv. I An eight-pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles tatto or Ber lin street at the City hospital last Burnt. Mrs. Anna Bassett returned this morning from Connecticut, where she has been visiting relatives lor Uie past week. Hujsh Lsird of Montpelier, a clerk at the Moore A. Owens clothinf store, un derwent an operation at Hcaton hos pital this morning. Mhs Edna Beard, representatives to the leglslajturfrom Orange, and Mis Olive Calef of Washington were guests over last night of Mrs. Stella Noyes of Orange street. James Mackie. manager of the gran tote supply firm of Alexander & Co., has returned irora'a iour-uay uusweea trip in Boston and vicinity, taken in the interest of the Arm. Our prices are so low that they sound like the historically ancient prices for real estate in the days when the Indians sold Manhattan island for $21). The Royal Tailor Man. adv, Frederick J. Noel, who with his fam ily has been stoppinu at' the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. William Bar clay, of Park street, leaves Sunday for" New York City, and from there takes pnsaie next Wednesday for Santiago, Chile. Mr. Noel has been here on a t wo months' leave of absence from the Chilean headquarters of the Sullivan Machinery eompany of Clare mont, N. H., which he represents. Mrs. Noel and two children will remain in Bsrre until early summer, and then join him at Santiago. Spaulding high school's basketball team plays in the school gymnasium one of the feature games of the sea son, when it plays tl return feame with Montpelier high school to-morrow evening. Montpelier high, since first meetinar Spaulding in the armory in Montpelier, has made a wonderful im provement and is coming to Barre con fident of taking honors for the second eame. This team defeated St. Albans high school on the latter's own floor, 18 to 17, the high school which de feated Spauldine at St. Albans by more than 15 points The second teams of the two schools meet "tret ween pe riod, and because of this double header no tickets will be sold in advance for the came. As soon as the gymnasium capacity is taken, the doors will be closed to evervone. J. II. Florentine, manager for Renato Uardini, Italian middleweight wrestler, is sDendin several days in the city, making arrangements for the match between Gardini and 'Wildcat" Lewis of California. Mr. Florentine says that contrary to rumors the match will take place in the armory, Montpelier, Monday eveninff. Feb 2l. Mr. Gardini will arrive in Barre to-morrow mnrn inir. remaining with friends here over the week end. His manaeer lso made the ktatement thst he had arranged with Mamas' manseer for a match in Burlington the night of Feb. 22, Osr dini to thnvv the (ireek wonder twice in 75 minutes. If he fails to do this he will forfeit $1,000. It will be re membered that fiardinl appeared in Clan Gordon hall several weeks ago. later staying with Ed "Stranger" Lewis for over and hour. "Wildcat" Lewis in known as the roan with l.OOO holds, has been unbeatable, is clean wrestler and comes East to meet new men. TALK OF THE TOWN Marchet- Navel oranges, 14 for 23c, ti's Fruit Store. adv. Don't forget to buy a pound of those 4c chocolates at Drown's Drug Store Saturday onlys adv. Saturday special at Hooker's, felt back, inoleum mats, 18-inch by 3U inch, while they last, 45c. adv. Save money. Get my prices on watches and watch and clock repair ing. E. O. Holmes, 6 Maple Grove, tel. 241.-X. adv. Nice silk madras and pongee, striped, for shirts and ephvr dress gingham. The Little Dry Goods Store, Cottage street, off North Main street. Victor Ramella of Barre has sent MONTPELIER City Clerk Merrill Issues Warning for March Meeting. City Clerk T. R. Merrill has issued the warning for tho city meeting March 1. There are but few changes from the regular announcement, ex cepting that it calls for election of two aldermen for a year and two for two years instead of three for two years, and three school eommissoners elected at large for two years. The other elec tive ollicers are the following: Clerk, treasurer, mayor, auditors, one lister, one park commissioner, one cemetery commissioner. The schools want $78,000 which is a little over $1.02 or almost May Wheeler wants pay for a horse that died from being injured on the road last spring. The American Legion wants free use of the armory another year and the Montpelier Cement Prod uct company wants exemption from taxation. Charles Kimball, who conducted a store in Berlin for many years, died last night following poor health for a few years. He' was born July 12, 184ft, a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kimball. Ho had lived in Berlin many years. During his younger years he was a shoemaker. He was a member of the grange in that village. He has lived of late with L. L. Stone, hii nephew. He is survived by his' brother, Orin Kimball of IYterboro, N. H. He was a single man. The funeral will take place from his late home at 2 o'clock Sunday aft ernoon, , Ernest 1a Count, three-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry La Cfeunt of Middlesex, died last night of scarlet fe ver after a short illness. The child had a hard run of the malady. Its mother is also ill with the same disease so that no funeral could take place other than the committal service which occurred to-day. Sheriff F. H. Tracy, who has been WAITSFIELD "Aunt AbU" Campbell Died Feb. IS, Aged 80 Years. Mrs. Abia Campbell died Tuesday, Feb. 15, after an illness of three weeks. Mrs. Campbell was born Nov. 22, 1840. She married Jonas Dudley Nov. 22. 1800, who died Sept. 8. Itl3. June 6, 1873, she married Hiland Campbell. "Aunt Abia," as she was familiarly called by her cbwe friends and neigh bors, will be greatly mixsed, as she al ways interested herself in church and town matters. She was blessed with a keen sense of humor and si always ready with an apt and witty retort for anyone li tried to get the bent of her. She was a familmr figure at all church functions and an unselfish giver, both of herself and her worldly goods. One of her glad tasks was going to the postoflice for the mail, making herself useful in her own unique way, open ing the door for the stage driver and keeping an eye on the boys who sold papers. A kindly soul has gone from our midnt. She. is survived by one sister, who liven in the west, alo by nephews and nieces. She had lived for the last few vear with Mrs. .fddie Dale and Mrs. ilattie Marshall, from whom she re reived the same kind care they would have given one of their own kin. The last service for "Aunt Abia" was held in the Conrrepational church. Rev. W. A. Remele and Rev. C. M. Hax elton ofliciating. Burial was in the vil lage cemetery. Mrs. Warren Palmer's birthday, which occurred on St. Valentine's day. was the occasion of good wishes and a i,lly time given her by about 300 of her friends. It was a great suj-prise to Mrs. Palmer, which made it all the more enjoyable. She was the recipient of lovely flowers, candy, ete. Dainty re freshments were srved and all went as Bierrily as a birthday party should. Mrs. Ainsworth and Irene Joslyn were visitors in Montpelier to-day. Card of Thanks. We wish to etpress our sincere tbsnks to our relatives, friends and neighbors who kindly helped us during the illness and death of our be loved husband and father. And . Palsoro and family and Mrs. J. Davis. Mrs. Anna Onitti and family, t arlo Cenitti. word that ha has arrived at Detroit, I i) nix more tha they had last year. Mich., where he it talcing special train ing to enter the automobile business. Mr. Ramella is attending the Michigan State Auto school In that city. ' A New York woman says: "I have used Parisian Sage only two weeks but my hair has wonderfuully in creased in beauty, seems much heav ier, and is entirely free of dandruff.' K. A. Drown sells it with money back guarantee. adv. Attention, Baptist ladies! The mis sion study class will observe the an nual day of prayer this evening at 7 o'clock in the church vestry. A short, attractive program has been arranged. All ladies of the church and congrega tion and the W. W G. girls are cor dially invited. NORTHFIELD i Mrs. Louis Pochetti, who recently underwent a surgical operation at the Mary Fletcher hospital, has so far re covered as to be able to return to her home. Mr. Pochetti went to Burling ton after his wife. Eugene Rock of Philadelphia is vis iting nt the home of his brother, Lew is Rock, on Prospect street. Mrs. Georpe Para and children of Lebanon, N. H., have been in town for the past week, visiting relatives. Mr. Para is employed here at the Nantan na mill. Mrs. Margaret Yeoman of Montreal is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Math erson. Frank Relation underwent an oper ation for appendicitis at the Fanny Allen hospital last week. Mrs. Relation who was st the hospital during the op eration, has returned home, alter spending'a few days ii. Burlington. Mr. i Relation is getting along niceiy. Mrs. Nellie A. Porter, a former res- , Ident of this town, now living in j Washington, D. C, is slowly recovering j from a serious operation for ulcer of the stomach, which she recently under went. Mi Lillian Porter of Waits-1 field is in Washington with her cous- j in. Miss Ethel Cross hss been sultitut- 1 ing in the Nerthfield hurh school in , the rlsce of Miss Hersey, who was j called to her home on aroount of the serious illness of her father. Mr. H. A. Campbell ha purchased . the Daylight bakery of the Sawyers, who have conducted the bakery In j N'orthfleld for the past few yesrs. Pos session has been given. Mrs. Camp- , bell finished work lat week in the j market of Fernande Diego. Her plave was taken by William Beat-j tie. Mrs. Fred A. Jones is visiting it ( the home of her son, Ward Jones, and j wife in Rochester. , The Ministers' Monday club held its' meeting in Xorthfleld this week. The j meeting was held in the vestry of the. Methodist church. Prof. h. A. Miaw of Norwich university was the speaker, Inking for his subject, "Some Notions from a Layman." Prof. A. W. Peach wan in Keene. X. If., last week and spoke at a meeting of the Ashuelot chapter, Daughter of 'the American Revolution. The talk was on James U'hitcomb Riley. Prof. Peach was Introduced by Mrs. Charles Baldwin, formerly Emily Stebbins of Xorthfleld. The first Community snowshoe hike of the season was held Tuesday nipht. with nearly 50 out. It was an ideal night and the hiking was at its lxst. A splendid trail was made to Sanborn's eottase on east hill, where hot coffee j was served by William H. Hardin and I Glenn Binirhsm. The leader was K. M., Holton. It is expected that there will be another hike during the week. suffering with a bladder trouble for a week or so, is feeling better. . Miss Kate Mchuron of Waterbury was a visitor in the city this morning. H. D. Lalor of Boston, one of the rev enue collectors, was in the city Thurs- j day afternoon in connection with his work. : Mrs. Henry Conlin of Burlington! joined Judge ''onlin, her husband, who: is clerk of the federal court, here ; Thursday afternoon. At the regular meeting of the ! Knights of Pythias held lust evening the following committee was appointed ( for the purpose of looking after enter- tainments during Jhe winter months: Fred Somers, B. A. Summer and B. C. ; Brown. They have power to select as- ; sitanU if they need them. It is their purpose to follow one of the new reg-! illations of the grand lodge that social entertainments lor tne Donent oi me members and invited guests be con ducted. Miss Dorothy W. Leavens, who is at tending Montpelier seminary, went to her home in Cambridge last evening suffering with grip. She was accompan ied by Linous Leavens, her father. Mrs. Park Pollard and Mss Pollard of Cavendish spent the week with Rep resentative Pollard. Miss Elizabeth Van Patten of Bur lington conferred with Miss Katherine ; Spear, the school nurse, ihursday alt ernoon. EAST BARRE The Washington boy scouts will give a supper and entertainment Washing ton's birthday, Feb. 22, schoolhouse hall, Washington. Everyone cordially invited. adv. WEBSTERVILLE The Washington boy scouts will give a supper and entertainment Washing ton's birthday, Feb. 22, schoolhuuse hall, Washington. Everyone cordially invited. adv. GRAMTEVILLE The Washington boy scouts will pive a supper and entertainment Washinf ton's birthday. Feb. 22. schoolhouse liail, Washington. Everyone cordially invited. adv. Don't forget the date, April 1. There will be a ball in pvmnasium hall tinder the auspices f Mystic circle. Music furnished by Xorris and Suitor'B or chestra. adv. uaker Oat: and Two-Minute Oat Food! Quaker Oats, regular price 3c4ftC Two-Minute Oat Food IScttll Sale price 10 lbs. Rolled Oats 45c Three lbs. Whole Rice 25c ?'our lbs. Broken Rice 25c Scotch Barley, two pkgs 25c Gieen and Yellows Peas, three lbs 25c Gallon can Apples 50c No. 3 can Pumpkin 18c No. 3 can Spinach or Dandelion 25c Gclden Nuggett or Home Run Coffee, Tb 35c Three lbs $1.00 Ginger Snaps, per lb., 15c, two lbs. for 25c Large can Snder's Tomato Soup 15c A rmour's Toilet Soap, five cakes 25c Baldwin Apples, per peck 60c Meat Department Western Beef Chuck Roasts 20c Western Boilng Beef 15c Western Round Steak . 35c W estern Roast Beef i 30c Fore Quarter Lamb, Whole 20c Leg of Lamb 40c Veal Pot Roasts 20c Roast Veal i . . . 30c, 35c Fancv Roasting Chickens 55c Pork Roasts 23c, 30c, 35c Beef Sausage 20c Pork Sausage 25c Sail Pork 20c, 5-lb. lots, 19c Spinach, Cauliflower, Celcjsy, Lettuce, Squash and Potatoes. Houghton & Robins lUckland Reading Framlnthun Lsoaitnatst Hyds Park Wsksdstl ADAMS CO Special for Friday and Satuday BLANKETS These are nice, soft, heavy Wool Finish Blankets GRAY TAN WHITE Full Size, Excellent Quality H.9S These are our regular $6.50 and $7.50 Blankets I SI NO. MAIN 8T. The Daylight Store BARRE. VT. Clinton Flrasoath Keens, N. B. Barrs. Tl 1 1 Ji 1 V4 II Facts About This Light Weight Six Motor 44 horsepower. Overhead valve with removable head. 1 horsepower to every 55 pounds car weight. Wheelbase 115 inch, easy riding qualities. Fume G( inches deep, two inches wide. Rear Axle Floating, one bearing type. 1 ires 32x4. Giving mileage from 8,000 to 12,000. Gasoline Mileage from 20 to 25 miles to the gallon. This car has all kinds of power and speed and is cap able of making 35 miles an hour on second speed without any vibration. Weight of car, 2,420 pounds. The Oakland is built in larger quantities than any other car with one exception. Upwards of 200,000 cars are in use to-day. Call and inspect the new models in special colors, just arrived. The company is controlled by the General Motors. Price $1395 f. o. b. factory. H. F. Culler & Son Sales Rooms, 750. Service Station, 635-51. 13 South Main Street, liarre. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. TOUNG LADT THOROUGHLY FAMIUAR with ,anih Ur wr.t p-,it . a in r.rm or store; frddrma "F" car Tim afftrm. SLAB WOOD FREE-LmrUftr tm it f ; fUnt Bra.. H afeinrto, Vt. FOR SAIA I mm at-mt u ntr mn othrr lrjm. 1 km fprin my trr tn nt c.'i itkSr4 for lh yrr. ir4 f-am mnd eajtpmrnt at a miaiuuMf rrir fT eiir Mi : uir of F. C 1 cn-, fXH SAIF-Tw fcrrmr trmt ?irV: ORANGES ORANGES ORANGES St ysur money. Buy them hers. California and Flortfa Sweets, doi ajc and op Grape Fruit, thre for jc Two for 15c Large size, each 15c Bananaa dot 30c, 40c, 50c Dates, lb aoc Lemons, dos 40c and 30c Special Price on Candy Climax Chocolates, 6oc value for 4e Schrsfft's Blue Banner, 70c and toe valne, R 35c (Only 1 n. te a customer.) Peanut Butter Kisses, b. . . 30c Molasses Kisses, It 30c Bemmfcer the light (tlace and right prices. We nsre the laixt line of fruit in the city. The Barre Fruit Go. G. MAMATTV. m? " 1 i0-"1 r. fcaif iirti imii n i I I1 I I 6 JUCSM istahksw2 ifciaB r too m Loo At. Here We Are! k DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES Extraordinary Sale at the big New York Army and Navy Store 311 North Main St., Barre We are selling our merchandise direct from the manufacturer to you at wholesale prices. Don't fail to come and see our wonderful bar gains in Sweaters, Slipons, All-Wool Socks, Sheeplined Moccasins, All-Wool Shirts, All Wool Blankets,All-WTool Caps, All-WTool Macki naws, All-Wool Navy Pea Jackets, Oversea Caps, All-Wool Pants, Army Cots, Buy here and we will save you money. Especial Notice We have no connection with any local store. Yours for big bargains, Stabins Sales Corp'n. One of Many Branch Stores. BUY AT; LADD'S Potatoes, best qualitv, at the store, per peck . .' 25c ifs-bbl. Lucky, best bread flour, at the store . .$1.60 Armour's Quaker Oats, large size, at the store 2Sc Pea Beans, two quarts for 23c, per peck $1.00 Split Peas,- lb 10c 15c Yellow Eye Beans, 2 tSe? (lynryn T'i'f plon ' das. pfldi 35c Cottage Cheese, pkg. California Oranges, 1 (V dozen . .... BAKERY DEPARTMENT Ladd's Cream Bread, at the store 14c Plenty of Graham Raisins and Brown Bread. Baked Beans, qt. ... 20c ! Turnovers, dozen . . 30c Cream Puffs, Chocolate Eclairs an dCream Cakes. Marshmellow Cakes. 20c' Mocha Cakes ....... COc MEAT DEPARTMENT Saturday Native Pork Pvoasts lSct22c, 25c Legs of Lamb 30c Pork Chops 20c, ?Cc Pork Sausage, lb. . . 20ciHamburgSteakf tb z0c Roasts, lb. . 2V j Butt Steak- Nut Oleo. Ib 30c, Certified Oleo, lb. , Celery, Lettuce, Spinach and Radishes. FRESH F1SU FOR SATURDAY Shrimps, Lobsters. Clams, Smelts, Finnan Haddie, Mackerel and Halibut Plenty of Fancy Cod and Haddock. Horse Radish, in bulk, H-pint 20c Sour Pickles, 2 lbs. . 2 c Olives, per pint 3c The F. D. Ladd Co. 30c 35c --j I Successors to SMITH & CUMIXGS CO.