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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1021.
Whittall Rugs! The Best Domestic Ru We have a good stock of thi famous line of rugs in the Anglo-Persian, Ryoal Worcester and Teprae grades. Kroehler Davenports A comfortable bed, as well as a very good looking davenport. We have a three-piece suite in Oak; Chair, Rocker and Davenport. Also s Mahogany Davenport. Van Dorn Steel Office . Equipment' Let us quote you pnces on SAFES . STEEL FILES DESKS CHAIRS or any other equipment for your office. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST t'P-TO-DATH HOTOR AMBULANCE BERViC Cit rata mud u horM-driran ambulance; dUUnca call at rmamkU Una. Telaphoa 17-W. Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. NINETY-FOURTH YEAR Premium Notes in Force. . . .$12,282,751.00 Cash "Assets $300,000.00 Insurance in Force $123,121.771.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent . McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange General Electric Motors Why Wc Sell Them We are in business to sell motors. If we sell good motors motors that give contented satisfaction to our customers, we are bound to sell more of them. Therefore, we have selected the motor that we believe will serve our customer best for by so doing, we serve ouurselves. We will guarantee whatever motor we sell to you, be cause the General Electric Company guarantees it to us. Let us recommend the motor for'your needs. ELECTRIC MOTORS DROPPED IN PRICE, 10 PER CENT, FEB 8, 1021. BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. IS j 23 jjli j ef2 I j3 !g! aa Y These onions will cause when you can buy at per peck, 25c Special price by bag of 100 lbs. ALL FRESH CUTS OF Beef Veal Pork Link Sausage Bacon Lamb and Fresh Poultry Fresh Vegetables White Cauliflower Washed Parsnips Celery Spinach Lettuce Parsley Grape Fruit Blue Goose make the rest of the breakfast taste better, each 10c and two for 25c Oranges California Navels, doz., isc-c-bsc Strictly Fresh Eggs, dozen 43c Fancy Head Rice, 3 lbs. 25c Broken Rice, 4 lbs. lor 25c Sniders Tomato Soup, 15 oz. can, 15c ENDLESS WAYS TO SERVE THEM ! Those Walnuts at per pound, 19c, 3 lbs. 55c MARMALADE Use it at breakfast on your toast, all pure fruit RICHELIEU MOSS ROSE GRANDMOTHER'S The . D. Smith Company, Inc. Successors to SMITH & CUMIXGS CO. 3C ! TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. Howard Ring of Waterbury was in lSture visiting yesterday. New accordion and Hawaiian records on Bala to-day at Bailey'a Music Rooms. adv. Regular meeting of the Central La bor union Friday evening, Feb. 25, in carpenters' hall, Worthcn block. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner of Ver Kcnnes returned homo yesterday morn ing after spending a few days in town. John McDonnell of Buffalo, N. Y., U visiting liia brother, Robert Q. Mc DoniiclUwhile here on a short busi ness visit Mrs. Ella Samuelson returned to her home in South Ryfgato yesterday, aft er attending the Goddard seminary alumni reunion. A 1017 Dodge touring car In good condition, tires new. Can be bought at a reasonable price. Inquire of H. F. Cutler A Son.adv. A farce, entitled, "The Tink Swan Pattern," will be given Thursday eve ning, March 3, bv members of the la dies' union of this Universalist church. adv. P. C. Russell, a conductor on the main line of the Central Vermont rail way, is taking the place of James Kanaly on the Barre and Montpelier branch train while the latter is hav ing a two weeks' vacation. Members of the W. F. M. S. of the Methodist church will be hostesses at a gathering in their church parlor on U-n.ofln v pvi.ninrr. March 2. vervbod? is invited! Program begins at 7:30. Refreshments served. Offering received. I have been engaged by the Lane Mfg. Co., to handle their goods in Barre, and any business given me by granite manufacturer will be consid ered a favor, a. n. unnun, pnimo 88-W, or Marrion's Cigar Store, 'phone 190. adv. Carroll II. White, superintendent of Barre city schools, has started on a journey to Atlantic City, V. J., to at tend the annual convention of the Na tional Educational association, in ses sion at the present time and which will extend over till next Thursday. Mr. White expects to meet Superin tendent S. C. Hutchinson of the Mont pelier schools in New York City, and they will go to Atlantic City togeth er. The meeting of the department of superintendents opens Sunday. Funeral services were held at the Hadwin Park Congregational church in Worcester, Mass., to-day for Ralph K. Wales, the former Barra man who died Wednesday night from injuries re ceived when struck by a falling wall at the Worcester Gas Co. plant in that city on Feb. 15. The body will be brought to Barre to-night, being ac companied bv Mrs. Wales and two sons. Mrs. William Cole, her sister, of Barre, who went to Worcester on receipt of word of the accident, and William H. W ales, brouier oi me ut ceaed, who lives In Worcester. A ervice will be held at the residence of Mrs. Wales' mother, Mrs. K. W. Cummings, on Jefferson street Satur day afternoon at 2. Special communication of Granite lodge, io. jo, r. ana A. M., Fridav, Feb. 25, at 7 p. m. Work, t. A. degree. Per order W. M. TALK OF THE TOWN Miss Stacia Gooda of Walnut street Is a patient at tho City hfMipital, hav ing entered for an operation. Violin bowa, bridges, strings, har monicas and new sheet music on sale at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. At the Goddard gym. to-night at 8 o'clock the Goddard girls will meet the Hardwick girla' basketball team. Dance every Saturday night, Mont pelier armory. Carroll's orchestra. Spe cial car to Barre after dance. adv. At the last meeting before election of the board of civil authority last; everting, 40 namos were added to the; voting list. George W. Mann will Bell at auction hia home place and household goods on Saturday, March 5. Further announce-, ments later. adv. I 'Mr. and Mrs .L. P. Hight of West' Topsham arrived in town Tuesday to1 be present at the V. S. R. A. Mr. TJIcrht rptiirnpd lifimn Werlnraiin V. Mrs. I Hight remaining for the week. In voting next Tuesday on the prop osition to see if the city will exempt j from taxation for five years the Hu-) tel Barre, the voter is reminded that i all ballot must 1 signed with the' i i u,vi m name vi i.Jii'j' m , ...v. Thomas .1. Xeweombe of Merchant street arrived home yesterday from a three months pleasur voyage to Eng land, having reached rsew ork City on Tuesday on the steamship Aquitania. J Mr. Newcombe sailed from New York ! Dor. 0, spent seven weeks with his. mother and sister in Plymouth, Eng-j land, and then visited Avith friends in. Nwrat!e, England, during the re mainder of the time. Basketball, S. n. S. freshmen vs. Goddard freshmen, Lightning Five vs. Freshmen Independents. Spauldinsc gym.. Saturday night, 7:30 sharp. Ad mission, students 15c, adults 20c. These will be two games worth seeing, as the four teams are 1n the pink of condition to play. It will be the first gama staged between- Goddard and Kpaulding freshmen for quite a num ber of years and will be worth seeing. adv. Regular meeting of Subordinate Court Barre. No. 3317. I. O. F., will be held Fri day. Feb. 25, at 7 p. m. Business of impor tance. Members are requested to attend, j Per order recording secretary. EAST BETHEL Mrs. M. D. Brown has closed her home and gone for a couple of months' visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, of Randolph. John Marchant of Rumson, N. J.. ha returned home, after a two weeks' visit with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mr. Merton Smith. George C. Smith was a visitor at Randolph on Saturday. Ted Cary of Williamstown has been spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. F. S. Taylor." The Fast Bethel Minctri rlub will give their entertainment at Bethel to night, the 2")th. J. H. Buck has returned to Frank lin. N. H., after spending about two weeks In town. The ladies' aid had a very good at tendance at the gentlemen's night so ciable at the town hall last Friday night, and it was much enjoyed by all present. A fine program was given, and included a special feature, 'The History of Vermont." from the time It was' founded to the present day. Re freshments wer then served and fol lowed by marching and dancing. WILLIAMSTOWN Horace Lasell is back In town and is engaged to work for his brother-in-law, J. Orville Walbrldge, this Bummer. Our former townsman, James N. Adams, who went west when a young man, and bag been in the milk business in Chicago for some year past, is seri ously 111 in a hospital in that city. Mr. Adams has two children, tho son being a druggit in Chicago and the daugh ter, who has viRited in town at the home of her uncle, C. Kdward Adams, and her aunt, Mrs. Frank Boyce. Mrs. George II. Martin was in town lately for a short visit to the farm. She 'is teaching In Plainfleld and the other menilxrs of the family have joiner her there. Miss Sadie Poor, who has had war let fever at her home on route number two, Is now much better and the house ia no longfr under quarantine. William B. Jones has sold the prop erty on Northfield street, lying just went of the library, to Herbert N. Farnham, possession to be given as soon as the present tenant, Superin tendent H. Pt Crosby, can find a new rent and move. Mr. Farnham sold out his place on Brookfleld street last fall to W. II. Stewart, known as the Newell Farnham place, and went to California, from whence he haa juttt returned. We are glad to have Mr. Farnham decide that Vermont is a good state to live in, and that he is to return to hia na tive town. Centenary M. E. church Rev. Alba M. Markey, pastor. Sunday services: 10:45 a. m., aermon, "The Iron Gates of Life." Let all the members and friends rally to this morning hour of worship. 12, Bible school. A ylwct ana a wclcuma await yon in one of our classes. 7:30 p. m., a character sketch, " Noah, the First Great Shipbuilder." This is the second in a series on "Bea con Lights of Bible History." A large attendance is desired at this union service of our village ehurrhe. Tuesday evening, 7:30, Epworth league; theme, "God's Providence in Agriculture." Leader, Percy Jeffords. Thursday eve ning, 7:30, a gathering at the parson age for song and scripture lesson; theme, " Sermon on the Mount," Matt. i'.i 48. We need your presence and help in these midweek services, for it will mean much to the upbuild of our work. STRAFFORD John Clogston has finished work at Windsor and is employed at the bob bin mill. Mrs. Clogston and little son are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Preston. Miss Harel Root went last week to Randolph sanatorium for treatment. A pleasant dance, which was largely attended, was held at the town hall Friday evening. Misses Karline and Carolyn Bagley came Friday from South Royalton and were with their parents until Tuesday. Mrs. Julia West and daughter, Miss Lena, were in Wells River" Thursday on business. Several members of the L. B. C. met at the library Saturday afternoon and made arrangements for the annual din ner to be served at the town hall to the voters on March first. B. G. Ht-ywood was recently in Smith Royalton on business. Mrs. Sarah J. Carpenter went last week to Northfield, where she expects to spend some weeks in the family of a cousin. George E. Fox of Springfield is spending a few day with his mother, Mrs. Abbie Fox. WASHINGTON J. B. Seaver Dropped Dead Yester dayAt Store in Forenoon. J. Birney Seaver passed away at hia home here at 1 o'clock Thursday after noon. For a few weeks past he had been in very poor health, but for the at two weeks had been feeling a lit tle better, being able to go to the storo a few times. Even yesterday morning he was at the atore for some time and had just returned home and was get ting ready for dinner when he dropped to the floor without a word and was gone. Mr. Seaver was born Aug. 7, 1840, in Williamstown. In April, 1870, he mar ried Aurilla Flint. They lived 12 years in Williamstown and then moved to this town. He leaves hia wife, one son, Leo W and four grandchildren. One eon, Bert, died 23 years ago and two sons died in Infancy. He had held many town offices, was a charter mem ler of Washington grange, also a past master, and was highly respected by all. Funeral services will be held at hia late home Saturday at 1 o'clock in tho .hn.n Rr. C. A. Simmons offi ciating. The grange will attend in a body. MORETOWN A son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mr. Karl Smith Monday, Feb. 21. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Ward were in Montpelier Thursday of last week. Mr. W. L Willcox returned an Wednesday from a several daya' viait at her home In Barre. All those who were member, of the I. O. G. T. are requested to meet at W. A. Kingsbury's Saturday evening for a business meeting. Dinner will be nerved by the ladiea' aid at town hall diningroom on Tues day, town meeting day. Miss Viva Atkins returned Monday from a visit in Barre. The schools are closed this week, ow ing to the death of Misses Davis' fa ther, William Davis of Corinth. Florence Ward is seriously ill with bronchitis. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Griffin were in Waterbury Wednesday. Eldon Griffith of Springfield spent several days ku-t week at his home here. Mrs. B. S. Ward was railed to Red (Veek, N. Y.. Monday by the illness of her sister, Mrs. Benjamin Mott. POST MILLS A number of the children have been victims of the prevailing epidemic. C. A. Adams and A. A. Waterman were busy last week supplying our people with ice, while loads of wood were coming from all points of the Compass. Mrs. E. E. Condict and sons, Edward, Clinton and ChubS, from Maiden, Mass., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Adams. Mrs. Alvah Hatch and son, Martin, from West Fairlee Center were at R. H. Hatch' last week. C. A. PowH was at White River Junction the first of the week. About 40 attended the whist party held in the icboolbouse on the evening of Feb. 18. The fortnightly social danee waa held in Unity hall Tuedv evening, Feb. 15. L. Myer has returned from a re- The Times OllliiliiS Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Try An Adv. in The Times iKevciondTrax These Are Cletrac Days Much interest and enthusiasm is being shown in many localities at the present time in the Cletrac demonstrations of winter road maintain ance. Road building and dirt road maintainance with Cletrac have passed the experimental stage as there are more of this make of tractor in use than any other. Voters of Washington and Orange Counties Sec that an article is inserted in your Mnrch meeting warn ing to purchase a Cletrac. Horses arc too slow and expensive to draw road machinery now-a-days. Wc can refer you to towns which are using a Cletrac to the greatest advantage, and saving, and who are contemplating the purchase of additional Clctracs. Act Now in order that the coming season's road-building campaign may be benefited. H. G. Bennett, Barre, Vt. Agent for Central Vermont Keckhn Riding Friminskarn LtoaiUi.Wt Hrd, Park Wkli - . . ADAMS COMPANY "Preferred" Blouses SPECIAL Fell. 24-25-26 SALE Feb. 24-25-26 Thursday, Friday, Saturday $2.95, $3.95. $4.95 Special for Saturday Ladies' Outing Gowns $1.50 Made of Striped Outing. Were $3.98. V Extra Heavy White Outing1 Gowns Sizes 16 and 17 QO Were $3.25 Sizes 18, 19, 20 O QO Were $4.25 . . ,. ADAMS COMPANY SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES C4ar Clinton Wakara PimMlh Kmi, N. H. But. Tt, cent rinit at th home of John Bar rett of Thetford. Hattie Falmer from East Thetford fs working for Mrs. E. S. Knight. Saturday Only Dairy Butter, lb only. . . . 49c Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz . 45c Pure Lard, 5 lbs net . ...$1.00 Pure Lard, No 10 pail . . . 1.90 Compound Lard, lb 13c Comp Lard, No 5 pail . . . 65c Comp Lard, No 10 pail ... $1.30 10 lbs Onions 25c 10 lbs Com Meal 35c Sun Maid Raisins, pkg . . . 27c Not-a-Seed Raisins, pkg . . 25c Good Drinking Coffee, lb . 32c Good Black Tea, lb 45c Large bottle Catsup Medium size bottle Catsup 1-gal can good Molasses . . io-tral can rood Molasses . Smoked Shoulder, lb 18c' Western Round Steak, lb . . 28c Native Roast Pork, lb . 20c, 25c Roast Beef, good and heavy, lb 25c Frankfurts, lb 22c Beef to boil, lb only . 10c, 18c Just try our gooas and see for yourself. Louis Romanos Tel. 34 8-W., 59 Prospect Street. SATURDAY SPECIALS 18c 75c 3 lbs Whole Rice 3 lbs Split Peas '. lbs Green Peas Pea Beans, quart Campbell's Beans, 2 cans. Shredded Wheat, pkg rost Toasties, two pkgs. . . Kellogg's Corn Flakes, two pkgs Postum Cereal, large pkg. Pillsbury's Wheat Cereal, pkg Monadnock Coffee, lb .... Autocrat Coffee, lb Minute Tapioca, two pkgs . Lipton's Tea, l2-lb pkg . . Liberty Cocoa, 30c size . . . Liberty Cocoa, 15c size . . . Compound Lard, lb ...... All kinds of fresh fruit "resh western beef at prices 25c 25c 25c 15c 25c 14c 25c 25c 20c 23c 37c 35c 25c 40c 20c 8c 13c and low T. G. McCarfy & Son 107 South Main St, Tel. 6-J. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Quality and Price at Ladd's Coffee, per lb. .' 25c:Ladd's Special Coffee 40c Burn's Dlend Tea, It). 50c Green Tea, It). . 33c, 50c Potatoes, peck 25c 2 qts. Pea Beans for 25c 10 lbs. Rolled Oats . 45c ; 10 lbs. A. Oatmeal .. 50c Small Oranges, doz. . 25c1 Grape Fruit . . 10c, 12'it Native Onions, a good purchase, per peck ... 25c Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs for Saturday Baked Beans, qt. . . . 20c Ladd's. Cream Bread 14c Turnovers, doz 30c Afnttnn Pies, each .. ci Brown Bread 10c Kaisin Bread 12c Fudge Squares, doz. 22c Pound Cake, lb. ... 35c Hamburg Steak, lb.. 20cjRib Beef, lb 15c Chuck Beef, lb ISc! Butt Steak, lb 30c Butts whole, It) 25c Pig's Liver, 2 lbs. .. 25c Pork Roasts . . 18c to 20cSmo. Shoulder, lb. . . 20c Nut Margarine, lb. . 30c Certified Oleo, lb. .. 33c Clams, Lobsters, Shrimps and Scallops. Oys ters and Herring and Anchovies. Mackerel, Smelts, Salmon, Haddock and Cod. Marshall Kippered Herring, per can 2Sc Horse Radish and Piccalilli in bulk. The F. D. Ladd Co, J V-