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DAILY TIMES, BARRE,',, VT., SATURDAY, APRIL 2, ' 1921. TWO PAIR SOCKFlfEE ' WITH EVERY $10 SALE The Only Original and Navy Store 311 No. Main Street Army ONE MESS PAN OR ONE CANTEEN FREE WITH EVERY . $10 SALE Greatest mas ever seen m Come one and all:""" We will surprise you. We will show you the real down ialLof the New York Market. The Merchants are wondering how we can do it. No Goods sold to storekeepers. Earre The Biggest Bargains of the Years $8.00 wool pants, now . , . $2.98 $15.00 mackinaws, all wool, special today, $5.95 All $5.00 wool army shirts now . v . $2.98 $7.50 lumberman's shirjts now . . $3.35 Wool socks, 3 pairs for . V . t . $1.00 Whew Boy! Now Comes the big Surprise of Washington County This is the ONLY ORIGINAL Army and Navy Store in Nevy England States MARSIIFIELD Farewell Reception Given Rev. and Mra. G. A. Furnesa. , A very pleasant event was' the fare' well reception given Rev. and Mrs George A. Furness last Tuesday eve' ning at the Congregational church. The fact that it was the birthday of Mra. Furness was given special prominence and made tt a doubly enjoyable occa ion. Considering the condition of the road and the sudden drop in tempera ture, a good number of tlicit friends as embled to give cheer and' zest to the gathering. A short program wag ren dered, consisting of several selections on the victrola by Mrs. S. A. Swerd fcgcr, a vocal duet by Mrs. V. R. Hud son and Mrs. I. M. Carpenter, a recita tion by Miss IfKrriet Davis, who also responded to a rousing encore, and a solo by Mrs. E, V. Spencer. The crown ing feature of the occasion was a mam moth birthday cake, beautifully de signed, madcnd decorated bv Mrs. C. M. Lilley and Mrs. B. W. Davis, to whom a hearty vote of thanks is ex tended. It was placed ona small round table covered with a home-made linen spread having deep netted fringe and was guarded by four ancient dames.' It was pronounced by all to be a work of art, bearing the inscription, "Birthday Greetings," and was well . sprinkled with tiny candle which, when lighted, with all other lights extinguished, made a beautiful picture. When cut by Mrs. Furness and passed around, it proved as delicious and toothsome as its ap pearance indicated, which is, perhaps, the 'best test of its real merit. Mrs. Furness was presented a thermos bot tle and a small purse of money, to which she responded very fittingly, as did Mr. -Furness also later. Refresh ment of new sugar on snow, with plain doughnuts, were served and a most de lightful social time was enjoyed. The younger members of the company were quite in evidence by a series 01 appro priate "yells," voicing their esteem for Mr. and Mrs. Furness, Deep regret is felt' by all, from the youngest members of the Sunday school to the oldest member of the church, over the loss of our worthy pastor and his wife; but, realizing that our Iras is another's pain, on every side were', heard the heartiest good wishes for their future urcut and happiness in their new field. national mouthy order oflice, conimenc ing April i. Misses Catherine and Arlene Carpen ter went to (Jroton Tuesday to Visit Mim Carbev for a few days. Mrs. Georgp May and son, Herbert; of Uarre were the guests ol Anna Burn ham Wednesday. The. young son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert May 18 ill with measles. Mrs. Martha Carpenter is at home from Barre for the Kaater vacation. ' ' SOUTH RANDOLPH 4 , Bennett Bell of Randolph has re turned home, after spending some time with John'Giiford. Miss Agnes i'Mon is at George Hyde's, jr., for a time. John i err is is sugaring lor v. jki ford. lr. Gilford and Mr.- and Mrs. Edson Gifford Were at V. O. Gilford's Sunday Arthur Smith is in Manchester and Nashua, N. II., visiting Lis mother and brothers. Kenneth Riford is home from hi school work in New Hampshire for the Eaater vacation. George Howard is helping E. D. Camp work up his wood. The families of Georire Hvde and E D. Camp have been tlL the past week with hard colds. Mrs. Lewis lias gone from George Hyde's, jr., to Springfield, leaving her little daughter in care of Mrs. Henry Heath. Miss Crbey of Groton was the guest, of Miss lorothea Cameron a few days recently. The village auditor will meet at the town clerk's office Friday evening. April 8, to audit the accounts of all the village officers. Miss Amy Cameron was in East Montpelier the first of the week to visit her aunt, Mrs. John Bond. The local postoftice has been desig nated by the depart mct as an inter- THAT UNEASY FEELING That dull depression, tfiat dragged out spiritless condition it's bilious ness. Why be out of sorts with yourself and everybody else when one done of Schenck'a Mandrake Pills will do wonders for you. 80 years reputation for biliousness, constipation and bilious headache, etc. 25c per box uncoated or sugar coated Dr. J. H. Schenck & Son. Phlla. AdT BOSTON. MASS. A miaou from urlmm r nbwaj can famed for comfort, wamlnn a ad erartear. Reforniahad. All uta modara cenryiKMw ia V. ry room pimnpt aaroea nodarata arlea. Kuropaaa plaa. $1.60 a da? up ad tfoa aniqua raataormnt saw ana ol Boatoa's ahow pauoa. wkara tha ehotraat tha mrkt affarda it aaraj In quaint and beautiful sarronndines to wrfaet mume. Daaeinc and Cabaret. THE FAMOUS 1 STOWE The annual meeting of the Stowe Torrent Hose company was held at the banipiet hall Thursday evening, with an attendance, of about forty. The following officers were elected: Chief, K. A. Stebbins; first assistant, .1. R. Wells: second assistant, S. A. I'oIskIic; fotpman of the hose cart, V. E.. Chaffee;- hook and lader foreman, O. If. Smith; secretary. I. C Mc.Mahnn; treasurer, V. A. Knight. A banquet was served with P. S. Kaiser, V. T. Burt and S. A. Polaske in charge and a smoker ami card wa followed by plaving. Charles P. Kimball, aged titl years and six months, son of Luke Kimball, late of Stowe, who died at Portland, Ore., March VI, was Iwirn in Stowe on Sept. 2!, 1854. Jle leaves two sons, diaries P. Kimlmll of Grinnell, Ia, TO-DAY Zanc Grey's "RIDERS OF V THE DAWN" Changed by the Film Company at 6:45 last Night A Most Compelling Picturization of Zane Grey's thrilling novel "The Desert of Wheat" Now Playing the Gordon Circuit. N. E. Booked to All First-run Houses in Cities. A Larry Semon comedy. "The Stage Hand" and the Latest Kinogram MONDAY Anita Stewart "The Fighting Shepherdess" A First National Production . , With a Kinosram and Comedy MATINEES at 2:15 NIGHTS , 6: 13 and 8:30 Same Prices and Aa Kimhall of AValla Walla, Wash., and a daughter, Mrs. Mary Bishop of Walla Walla, Wash.; for sis ters, MTt. j-.uen lions, (innneu, la., Mr. Lydia Simmons of New Britain, Conn., Mrs. Irene Slingerland. Port land, Ore., Mrs. A. A. Beach of New ark Valley, X. .1., and a brother, tieorge H. Kimball of Simsbiiry, Conn. Charles A. Simmons of Stowe is a nephew of Mr. Kimball's. Mrs. James Atkins of Montpelier is visiting her daughter Air. 11. (. liod frev, and family. The members of Mrs. T). F. Smith's Sunday school class and guests enjoyed a party at tne (ommunity church par lors iniirmiay evening. Uames were played and refreshments served. Harry and Irene Spaulding of a- terburv have been visiting relatives in town the past week. Miss Kdith Derby ha returned from Woodaville, N. H., where she passed several flays. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Merrill were vis itors in Morrisville Wednesday. R. R. MeMahon was a visitor in Bur lington Thursday and Friday. James Jewett has returned to Hyde Park, after spending a few days at A. J.' Magoon'i during Mrs.. Magoon's ab-. senee in Burlington. Miss Maude Slayton was a visitor in Burlington the lat of th week. Students from the I'niversity of Ver mont who afe passing their vacations at their homes in Stowe include the Misses Kathryn Keeor, Louise Morgan, Kflie Sleeper and Messrs. O. K. Jennev, f Mart in Ellsworth, John Boardman and Floyd Sleeper. Mrs. J. M. Ruiter. who has visited her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Hunter, in Swanton, was aecompniaed home Fri day by her granddaughter, Miss Rosa mond Hunter. John B. Rogers Producing Company Present Their Popular Musical Comedy Success "Springtime" at Barre Opera House TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENINGS , APRIL 5 and 6 ' UNDER AUSPICES OF Barre W dman's Club - 200 tAST 200 CURTAIN 8:15 Tickets May Be Secured From Members of Cast or Club. Seat Reservations Begin Monday BARRE OPERA HOUSE Monday, April 4th , Davis, Master Magician The Man Who Mystifies What he does is Wizardry, his manner of ,doing is Artistry. Davis' Delightful Divertisements develop dex terously defying detection as he daringly de ceives, . Tickets now on Sale at Drown's Drug Store, Prices 50c and 75c, Plus War Tax. Entertainment Under Auspices of Board- of Trade and Woman's Club. THE THEATRE OF SAFETY THE NEW PARK THEAT Barre's Palace of Silent Art Presents for To-day Only ' WILLIAM RUSSELL In the Fox Special Western Drama ., ' THE IRON RIDER - , ALSO - THE DOUBLE ADVENTUTE Ana! "JAINT & POWDER" Comedy Children's Matinee. Briry? All the Kidlets or Send Them If You Can't Come Yourself Our Matron Will Look After Them. FOR MONDAY ONLY OOLPW ZUK.OB. prtunft A George Rtzmaurice Production 'PAYING tfePIPER' COibh DOROTHY DICKSON. ALMA TELL . CEORCE FAWCETT POD U ROQUi A romanca of Torlt'a double life. One nide. the plare and plitter. and painted Folly dancing jazz. The other, the challenge and inspiration, and sim ple human heartf, and love. w - CtQammounlQidure itt ' i STOCKBRIDGE Mra. G. B. Fiah and Meadall Rlaok mer were in Montpelier to attend the doling davn of the 1021 leciiilature Gains and .fihn Blarkmer, Fred Bar row and Klwvn A"hitcoml) attended the senior hop at Bethel Tuesday eve ning. The ladies aid of Rtookbridfre met with the pastor, Mis Malcl Whitnev at the parsonage in Pittsfield. Twentj ladies enjoyed tue winner and a pleas ant afternooTi.i Windsor county farmers' exrhan is carrinif potatoes Fridsv and Satur day to the amount of i(H) huxhela. These ire for seed purposes, but are not certified seed potatoes. Ruth Leonard visited in Bethel two days this week, railing upon her many friends in that place. J. D. Blarkmer i apt in at his home. after a winter in M. Louis, and North Carolina. He reports a beautiful win ter and good health the whole time he was away. Mrs. Kd Patno1e is betVr, beinir now about the house, but Mr. Patnode't hand improves very slowly. C. If. Mills' people are now in their new noma, having moved that they might he there for sugaring. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Maynard and son, J-.Iysb, spent !unday at illiam LaCount's.. John and Charles Knight ar at borne from t X. If. TO-DAY at the Bijou - Theatre The Universal Special WANTED AT HEADQUARTERS A Detective Story With Lots of Vim. Also UNCLE TOM'S CABOOSE . Comedy, and FANTOMAS "A WILD NIGHT' Comedy. And "THE PARK INTERNATIONAL NEWS" Matinee 2:15 Admission Children 10c Adults 17c Evening 6:45 and 8:30 Children 15c Adults 22c TAX PAID TUESDAY EDITH MAY in iheir work in Grantham, WALDEX T.. 1. Butter, optometrist from Mont rwlier. will be at the hotel Tue.day and Vdnedav, the 5th and fitk Call and .v.vkMvKiiMiaM i liaie yaur tt eumioed. adv. THE HITCHIN' POST "TIPPED OFF" and "FIREMAN SAVE MY GAL" . .This Theatre Open Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Matinee and Evening. 1 Matinee 2:13, Admission. Children 10c, Adults Evening 6:13, Admsision, Children 11c, Adults 20c v TAX PAID luff" i'f' Elccllrlc MfF Barre Stock One 25-H. P. 1200 R. P. M. Three rhase Two 15-H P. 1200 R. P. M. Three Phase One 10-H. P. 1S0O R. P. M. Three Pha;e One 10-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Ball Bearing One P. 1200 R. P. M. Three Phase One 7 i-H. T. 1800 R. P. M. Three rhase 6ne 5-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Three Thase One 5-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Ball Bearing One 3-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Three Phase One 15-H. P. Second-hand Three Phase One 10-H. P. Second-hand Three Phase Two 5-H. P. Second-hand Three Phase One 1-H. P. becond-hand Three Phase Three 1-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Single Phase BARRE ELECTEIC CO. . Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone J6 For Your Electric Wants.