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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.? MONDAY. MARCH 21, 1921.
Thenetv Wall Papers are here! TALK OF THE TOWN Our spring stock of the latest patterns of Wall Paper has just come in. Tile Washable Papers for the Kitchen. Some very good patterns for the Front Room and Hall. New Patterns in Rugs Latest patterns in the better grades of Ax minster Rugs. All sizes. Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets The Kitchen Help that saves miles of steps. Let us give you a demonstration in our store. B.W. Hooker & Go. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE BiOTOR AMBULANCE BERViCI Cltr ratal sane M baraa-driran ambulance! duteac call at raaaaoakb bru Telephone IT-W. Dice of Destiny. Jimmy' Doric thiff, promised to kill Tierncv, detect ivp, it he wu over "framed." For the sake of Nancy, uhom hp loved, .Jimmy went straipht, but he was double-crossed by former pals. Sent to primn, he. esoaped and rescued Nancy from th man who framed liim. This man was killed by another, but finger prints accused Jimmy. He fled with Xanr,y to a (small town, vherc he became asfii-tant in hi uncle1'!! hospital, he having studied medicine and surgery. Tierney tracked him, but wan overcome by appendicitis ond on operation by Jimmy nece.mry. Jimmy faced his preatet temptation. Life for Tierney meant death for him! What did he do? At the .New Theatre to-dav and Tuesday. adv. GRAN1TEVILLE Notice. Regular meptinff of branch No. 17, 0. W. I. I', of N. A., will be held in Miles' hall on Wednesday, March 211. at 7 o'clock. Election of B. aj-'cnt. and balloting on I. U. committee. EAST BARRE Dance at Gilbert's ball Friday, April 1. Carroll' orchestra. adv. BETHEL Millinery opening, Monday, March 1. Mr. V. S. Blossom, jr. j To-nifrht, Mrthodiat church, 8 to 8, new sugar; 2.V. adv. ( Arrived to-dav, a nice selection of ' pattern hats. Mm. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. Regular meeting of the L. A., A. 0. H., Tuesday evening at 7:30. Business of importance. The meeting oT the girl scouts of the M. K. church has been postponed until March 2H. Notice! Rehearsal Tuesday at Com munitv house at 7 o'clock for the pan- tominie, "A Day at the Railroad Sta- ,11011.' Velon Browne, a senior at Dart- j mouth college in Hanover, N. II., was a week-end visitor at 1m Home on luii street. Richard Cruickshank of Division street spent the week end in Burling ton visiting friends at the Univer sity of Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bennett returned to this city Saturday from Boston, where they attended the Boston auto mobile show last wek. Basketball, armory halj, Montpelier. Wednesday, March 2.1, Montpelier post, No. 3, vs. Barre. Tickets on sale at Lander's pool room. adv. Dance Saturday night in Clan Gor don hall, auspices associate members Meadow Brook Golf club. Good music. Admission, 50c j ladies, 15c. adv. Special bargains on best quality mer cerized tablecloths i also on oil cloth and all kinds of stockings. Little Dry Goods Store, Cottage street, of North Main. Mifis Lucy Wells, a student at Bish op Hopkins' hall in Burlington, has ar rived in the city to pass the K:uter recess of two weeks at her home on French street. The ladies' hospital aid society will hold another food sale Saturday, March 2fi, in the store recently vacated by the People's National bank. Watch for further particulars. The N. E. 0. P. will hold a public S00 party in Odd Fellows' hall on Wednesday evening at S o'clock. New sugar and plsin doughnuts will be served for refreshments. adv. Everybody in Barre is invited to the sugar social at the Congregational church next Tuesday nieht nt 7:W New sugar on miow will be served, also doughnut! and pickle, for 25c adv. The Indies' union of the Universalis church will hold a dance in Howland hsll on March 31. Carroll's orchestra will furnish muic Tickets r only 1 per couple, extra ladies. 3."is. adv. Basketball, armory hall. Montpelier. Wednesday. March 2". Montpelier pot. No. s." Barre. Tickets on Mile, at Lander's pool room. adv. UM N. D. Phelps Co. is& i TALK OF THE TOWN Basketball, armory hall, Montpelier, Wednesday, March 23. Montpelier post, No. 3, vs. Barre. Tickets on sale at Lander's pool room. adv. Miss Elisabeth Nelson of Merchant street, who has been enjoying a week's vacation from her duties in the office of the Barre Garage company while attending the automobile show in Bos ton, returned to the city last evening, resuming work at the garage this morning. On Wednesday night, March 25, Dr. Arthur Walwvn Evans, the, distin guished Welsh orator, will deliver his lecture, "What Western Democracy Means to Me," at the opera house. This Is the fifth number of the series of en tertainments under the auspices of the Board of Trade and the Woman's club. Dr. Evans Is one of the "big men" in the lyreum- field and those who have heard him once .will want to hear him again. In Indianapolis he has appeared five times in four years. Tickets for this lecture are on sale at Drowns drug store; prices, 60c and 75cj plus the war tax. adv. Regular stated con vention of Vincitia lodge, No. 10, Knights of Pythias, Tuesday, March 22, at 7:30. o'clock. Work, rank of knight. Per order C. C. TALK OF THE TOWN Basketball, armory hall, Montpelier, Wednesday, March 23, Montpelier post, No. 3, vs. Barre. Tickets on sale at Lander's pool room. adv. Ernest Curtis of Greenfield, Mass., who has been visiting with his aunt, Mrs. Frank Adams of Elm street, has gone to Orange, whpre he will visit his mother, Mrs. E. O. Curtis, for a few days. Louis O'Leary and George Douglass, members of the. Spaulding high school team which played in the intersehol- lastlc basketball tournament at Tufts college, Medford, Mass., last Friday are visiting with relatives of Mr. O'Leary in Winchendon, Mass., for a few days. I said. 'Do you notice anything pecul iar about them?' "The students went closer to investi gate, but no one ventured an opinion that anything unusual was to be seen. " 'What?' 'I continued. Can't you see the condition of the patient's blood indicated there in the blue color of his hanils? That proves' "But at this point the patient's mother, who was sitting nearby, inter rupted. " 'Why, doctor, said she, 'that blue is dye. He works in a tannery.' " Philadelphia Public Ledger. A Special convocation of Grars- ite chapter, No. 2rt. R. A. M., V0I Tuesday, March 22, at 7 p. m. l&tf Work, mark degree. Per order tzJ E. Ii. P. Joke on Professor Talking on Cause and Effect. "The students of my institution," says a member of the faculty of a medical college, "recently enjoyed a good joke at my expense. The case in question was that of a young man suf fering from nervous trouble, who was introduced to the clinic. "Now, in certain diseases of the nervous system there is an Interfer ence of the blood supply in the smaller blood vessels of the skin, which show a congestion' of the venous blood. A common symptom, for instance, is a blue color in the finger tips. The sub ject before the clinic on this occasion seemed to me to afford an excellent illustration of this condition. '"Observe this young man's hands,' Not Built for Two. Mike had saved up a little money and when Pat came over a few years later the two brothers went into the coal business. One day Mike bought a' roll-top denk and when it arrived he said to Pat, "The one desk will do for the two of us. And here are two kevs, one for you, Pat, and one for me." Pat accepted the key, but seem to be studying the desk. "That's all right, Mike," he said, "but where is my keyhole?" Boston Transcript. ADAMS COMPANY Special Easter Sale of Adams Company "Preferred" Merchandise i I : t t Do not let "Lying Lips" discourage you. Go to the opening of Barre's Temple of Silent Art, the New Park Theatre, Mon day, March 28. Monday, March 21, to Saturday, : : March, 26, Inclusive Our buyers have been busy for the last six f weeks making choice selections for our EASTER X business and we are prepared to give values exceed- X ing anything we have ever given. J New cidsp voiles, batistes, crepe de chines, trimmed with TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY l;S FOR 'HATCHING Wrmnnfi Wt utility ntrain of Whit Wyanrfrrttr. in nrre nt Pnrre poultry show a rar nifo. Jl.no for 13: A. G. Ugaton, it Ayrn St.. vbimr 444-W. ...6t" FOR SALE A I hav bought a. truck. I ih to etl m twr wciaht. 14'"'. and ill work any what. iiil or double; also Fuuk flv.)itii(pr ear for $15": John AndTfn, ft Kill St., phon 4iV-a. tf WANTKI) - A firl or woman; inquire by j tetter to rar Tirns oflire. MS' FOR SALE One pair of hvy wrli hor. weifhinir Soon : !" thro light drivirur hon.ni : AWro PrrhfflHi-r,v Flntnfield. N. E. TV. foos-s. aluo Oran rounty photie. US FOR SALE On pair of "hl aoi-. flv and six yearn oM. wlht 2S"1 ths : also vral othr horc : J. T. Jamteaon, Wll liamvmn. phorie 4T6-5. AOENTS WANTED-To ir nw nwti hinatun itr, health. aci'ient polw-y to mr-n ami wf.n'-n, all oc-ii,tiori., no me liral aminatw-m. rot II monthly, up: cUhlhH 8(1 mr. t-laima paid rromptly. attTrt.iv oemmls'ion ntrart:i to ; Nw York Safety Kmerv Fund. Broad-ay. N' York. WMTh DOG LICENSES. All dojri four rti'Miths old or over on lr.t rluu nf Anri 1. 1021. mtiKt he li (rrmed for one year on or before April 1, Wll, in aecoronnee with fciwni 71.) of the peneml ln of Vermont (ux u mended) mid the city ordinances. License fees, as follows: Male and spayed female: State li feline $2, city luense $1. total W. Female di'?: State licenc $1, city liceiife ,2, total ?S. UoX not liernsed before April 1. 1021, mnv be licenced up to May If21. at the follow rfig fee: : Male and epAyed females: State li rpnao ritj li'cem-e ?2, total Krma'e do8: State lieense $!, city li cetife $4. total $13. Ilojfs beeomini four montlia old after April 1 refjtiire a lioemve within 10 day. IVus licensed after Oct. 1 the fee i une half that o(herwie required. All lops Milijeet to licenae and not liren-e.l by May l. 1021. shall be killed and the owners thereof prooriit'l m - eordinB to la. .Tame,. Smart, eitv clerk nrre, Vt.. March 21. 1021, March 21-24 20 .m-ni Apr.l I I II What Beautiful Paper? "I didn't know George had such good taste." "Not only good taste, but good judgment." H.T i.1 lovely' paper for k MB n Milium M irown 5 "S" LIMF Drugstore Our Laundry Queen' Electric Washer with swinging wringer for $135 The Times li Coumns or Our Laundry-ette which washes and drvs without a wringer $185 Telephone 28 Barre, Vt. Spring Mere NOW eome ftie Tio CIve Colli Lsrr.ba. Time for work horses andacaules to sited. Time to lone them up Bud dnve obt the worms. Dr. Hess Stock Tonic A Spring Candthontr mnj Worm Exp Her V4 H Tr row fa Ha irtir4imf. Iwwr-rlraaie ppttxinf at ft aaa aroa-dn-.' thro for raiv.af. It forana norc nuia. Fer4 it to broot ana mn4 aSaa la V,v mt th worma It ii-a brood aa of raorUBatia. Eacvitrot f at ltm(--r. f t ir l naiiiia Tot,-a for ih d.i-imn. LaM b tar law awla, limrruca ( the ktOMtrj. Vrnsiru(ra for Um wesmo. WTiy pay the Peddler Twice My Price 7 We hae the Dr. Hess Agency. Call on us. W. D. Smith Co., Inc. Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Trv An Adv. in J. Jl jL DEPT. OF SOCIAL WORK To obtain an expression of opinion relative to the eflnrt.Vof the women of Barre to induce our City Council to continue the Department of Social Work under Miss Louise M. Gridley, as General Secretary, we are placing without com ment the following: matter as an advertisement in the Barre Daily Times. Draw your own conclusions as to the usefulness of the department and of iWiss Gridley's ability as .secretary. (Signed) Taxpayers. Barre. Vermont, December 17, 1920. Gentlemen: At the time we received your generous gift last year, we promised a report of the wav in which it was used. Th.r rerwt is lierp enclosed. Beinsr a sum of sutlicient size, we have drawn upon it repeatedly for 'oans, thus almost doub ling its usefulness. Wc have tried to hve this money do the greatest good to the' greatest number, and wc trust you v. ill ar prove what we have done. Iiepeating once more our thanks, I am Yours very truly, Louise M. Gridley, General Secretary. . STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES loia IVc !. Cli rf.-piei fli-O.K' l'cb. 'ar rf mafornitr hortif 11 ' April :!. Twn weeks' lnni fr .il.l- loan ' ' Apnl T. Ix-nn l'r liou-rlilfl rxp-n- J V April 11. loan on romttny tit f..r li:M l-nmll fv. i April 1.1. l.n for flrvthinp for child point to p.-rmantn! lii'ni ' April L,'.V Four wr-ckV brHrt for child lou 1-1H) April in. Unpaid- Aect. April 13 H Apr:l I'll. ( nrt.ir.- i r ntoritira ptii-nt f-"J April nn. (Jriverin for fsmily man out of r,'k 31 April .TO. IVfioit on nisn'a iiii'on dm-a (:inaloi iuni pa ionl April .TO. Ix.sn-warfare for child hi'i' special tlcatment May 4. Child's csrfsrf (Ajril 30i reps id ' My 4. ln on milk bill " '' May 4. hild a Invard ( April ! snd repaid lsp" May R. Storairc on poo!--inothcr in ho-pitI Msy II. Houa.hild loan (April Ti M MT 11. Hou'cho'd cxponc msn a'ck I,J Msy 12. Applied on f.horM fr rhild -fsnator vm psficnt ' I" Msv l.V Oite half of coat of child's plaa-ws .' 3 00 May 15. Tooth hriuh, J.afctc and punh f"r ch;M (i-anatori'im patient I .o May 17. Puhtr hcl snd thermomncr for chiid (antorium psticnt ( 1.40 June 11. Carfare-Soy po njr to farm fi r ork 1 Jun 11. Traith hruchrs. etc for two children placed in nimmer hnic 5 June 11. O.ithmj: for children in two familiea 2-71 June 17. Fcpsid on see-, unt of Feb. 2S -00 Jura IS. Rrpsid on sceount of April IS i June Heaid on m 'k b.ll iMay 1' 8 ' Jiiiy 11. lan on fsm 'y in-uranee l-SO A'i. f. Inaiiran--.- 1 an Tn'y Hi r- psid IJW Aug. . For ch 'd'n h.-pitaCcsre 5.00 Aug. 7. Il-mhi-'d ln nan died Auif. 11. F:i)aul on s---miiit of Feb. i.t 7-' Aug Foy's carfare li.me ?(i0 Sept. 7. H'.ii--"'d loan (Aug. 7 repaid spt. 2. To a ii nci mother 3 00 Ort. repaid on e.-oiint Feb. 10 00 fVt. 2T H; s' care .f ih id n o. I. I..n f, r .l.-'dren . clothir,' . 2" Not. 1.1. Trr;-rs' n ((-H.p.'rst-r. ri'H Stste l''rd -f lriii. N.rt. 1".. y. I I repaid 17. I an fam "y- man in i4r h -pita! 5 Not. 24. l.n iNev. lf fj'i'l 7" , la-.-. . .'a-e f..r h"A rre. T. tare rf l-..rr,' rr.a - 3 IVc. 11. (r 'MteiT r!-nirc Iky. I I A; ; 1 ed on : t l.ina fi-r crphar p:ri f am i c U.rd -V4 ti 17 i Irish Filet Valenciennes. $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 Silk Underwear Made from high-grade "Radium" silk with excellent wear- $ X ing qualities at prices within the reach of everyone. f Gloves Kid Gloves from fine selected skins. The well-known "Cen- timen ' make. Silk Gloves in black, wmte, mode, 4 K'lj AtCllCUI HUailLJ. t ' XT 1 We have taken especial care in our selection of Collars, Col- lar-Cuff Sets, Vestees, etc., and are showing a comprehension lme. Jewelery t Embracing a splendid display of Beads, fancy Shell Goods, X Bar Pins, Lingerie Clasps. X Leather Goods ! X A fine array of Bags, Pocketbooks in the new ideas and t X X colors. Children's Hats 4 a all shapes at very attractive prices. Our counters are filled "with a large assortment of Hats in Easter Specials No. 1 "Preferred" Cor- No. 3 Hairbow Ribbon If X Adams ''Preferred" Corbet in uport model made from wl'ted brocade. Sizes 20 to 28. $2.50 value, $1.50 No. 2 "Preferred" Or gandies A beautiful quality Si.-s orj.-andie in jiink, Harding blue, mai'. orchid, honcv dew. nilc. 1"'I value 4.5 inelici wide. This is a wouderful qualil) . 95c Yd. lAlra wide moire-satin strii in all shades. 49c Yd. No. 4 Taffeta flounce, heatber bloom top Petticoats, all hhudes. $2.95 No. 5 Special Silk Hose lMack, Cordovan. $1.93 value, $1.25 No. 6 -Adams Company "Preferred" Hair Nets Made from human hair. o o o o 10c each, $1.00 Uoz. o ADAMS COMPANY 1 Syndicate Successful Stores j ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIME; i Monday Special: New Santa Clara Prunes, today, at the store, lb 10c Ladd's Special TT I IS We are curing our hams by a special process that retains all the sweet, rich flavor and leaves them tender and juicy, with little cooking. Ladd's Special Hams, whole, per lb 35c Ladd's Special Home-Cured Ham, sliced, lb.. . 45c Ladd's Special Home-Cured Bacon, whole 30c Iadds Special Home-Cured Bacon, sliced 35c Strictly Fresh Nearby Eggs, per dozen 45c Grapelade, was 4 5c, now 35c Manhattan Best Strawberry Jam. now 35c Quaker PulTed Wheat, two pkgs. for 25c Quaker Pulled Uice, per pkg 15c Post Toasties or Quaker Corn Flakes 10c The F. D. Ladd Co. T"!. - T! T S3 ftev Rar slrt oi bert. Vt him portion s tsft ne K VoVaVAiaatAaValaAaVaVaVC.avaVaVaVI ava