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THE BARRE DAILY TI5IES, BAURE,
VT.f TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1021. ! 3? 1 ! Wicker Furniture Three Piece Suites DIVAN, CHAIR AND ROCKER This is an exceptionally fine Suite of Round Wicker, with Tapestry covering. Several other Suites in Cretonne. Matched Chairs and Rockers We have several pairs of Wicker Chairs and Rockers in different Wicker finishes. Some very good values. Single Chairs and Rockers Some very nice pieces that are priced attractively. Baby Carriages We have also a nice line of Gondola & Puiiman Carriages Sulkies and Go-Carts. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City ratal mm aa kena-driren amkulaneat dtotaaca call at naamabk tanna. Ttlaphana JT-W. TALK OF THE TOWN soda i On Wednesday, April the 6th, we will give DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS on all cash purchases. Ten Extra Stamps on every dollars' worth of goodi pur chased. If not saving stamps get a book and start saving to-day. Men's and Boys' Jlackinaws, rather than carry them over for another season, we will close them out this week at less than cost. McAllister Bros,, East Barre, Vermont "Springtime" to-night, adv. Trv the new delicacies at our fountain. Burro Drue Co. adv. Frank Shea, proprietor of the Shea snoe store, lett last niirnt tor Boston on a short business trip. Old and young folks' supper and dance, East Montpelier, Friday, April H. l.arroll orcnestra. adv The refreshing drinks and sundaes served at our fountain are of the best. A trial will satisfy. Barre Drug Co. adv. Anniversary concert and ball, Mont polier city hall Wednesday night; aus pices, American Legion. Ferdinando's orchestra. adv. One hundred children in the "Spring time" chorus, in "white dresses and white ribbons,, will sing like the birds in spring. adv Andrew Oearin hns gone to Hard- wick, where he has obtained employ ment at his trade as a polisher with the Woodbury Granite Co. The executive board of the woman's association' of the Congregational church will meet in the church par lors Wednesday at 2 o'clock sharp. James Furey of Beckley hill has gone to Kant Dorset, where he is to be em ployed by the (iregoire, I -co Contract ing Co. in its road construction work there. Old Man Dollar is here In the form of our spring samples from the Kyal Tailors. He looks better than he has for three years. The Royal Tailor Man. Throw away your crutches, use Rhtuima and walk without rheumatic paitis and stiffness', says K. A. Drown, local agent for this great rheumatism remedy adv. Kerogas oil stoves are the best. Clos inir out sale of 2, 3 and 4 burner Per fection stoves. Largest line of new and second hand ranees. L. A. Prindle Worthen block. 'What beautiful hair that Miss Tay has! And so thick and lustrous , She says it's all clue to Parisian EXPOSURE ACHES - RHEUMATIC PAIS Sloan' Liniment, kept handy, takes the fight out of them SLOSHING around in the wet and then the dreaded rheumatic twinge! But not for long when Sloan's Liniment is put on the jobl Pains, strains, sprains how soon this old family friend penetrates without rubbing and helps drive 'em awavl And how cleanly, too no muss, no bother, no stained skin or clogged pores,; Muscles limber up, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, backache are promptly re lieved. Keep a bottle handy. Get one today if you've run out of Sloan's Lini ment, it a to warming. All druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. The largest bottle holds six times as much as the smallest. SMDSl Liniment MS Pafn'sV TALK OF THE TOWN Electric Motors Barre Stock One 25-H P. 1200 R. P. M. Three Phase Two 15-H P. 1200 R. P. M. Three Phase One 10-11. P. 1800 R. P.'M. Three Phase One 10-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Ball Bearing One 712-H. P. 1200 R. P. M. Three Phase One 712-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Three Phase One 5-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Three Phase 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. Second-hand Three Phase Three 1-H. P. 1800 R. P. M. Single Phase BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. lor now Sage, the hair invigorator K. A. Drown sells on guarantee." adv. Miss Elizabeth Peterson, a teacher in the fourth grade at Brook street school is detained at her home in Montpelier with scarlet fever. Mrs. H. C. Downing i substituting during .Miss Peterson s absence. Health is wealth. Be strong and vig orous. Let Bltro-Phosphaite Sielp to bring the pink glow of vouth to your cheeks, fitiin weight and be happy. Sold at K. A. Drown & Co.'b drug store .It's guaranteed. adv. Louis Cook and not Arthur Cook a stated in yesterday's Times, returned from East Dorset, where he is em ploved driving a truck for the (iregoire Lee Contracting Co., to spend a week at his home on First street. Baby buggies, from $7.50 to $70. We will meet competition in or out of the city whether your mchange is cash, bonds or credit; but if credit, payments must be punctual. Same applies to all our lines, furniture, floor coverings and clothing. Sadlier, 10 Keith avenue. Miss Lavonnc Skinner of Waitsfield was unable to return to her duties as taecher of the third grade at the North Barre school with the re-open- ing of sessions in the graded school! veterdav on account of the serious ill ia of her father. Mr. Skinner is ill with pneumonia. DO YOU NEED A TONIC AND BLOOD MEDlCINEt Batavia, N. Y. "Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cannot be excelled as a tonic and blood purifier. Several years ago I was run-down, my blood was impover ished. I took the 'Golden Med ical Discovery ' and it built me up in health, gave me strength and puri fied my blood, and my general health was better in every way. " My husband also has taken this medicine aa a tonic and builder, and we both agree that 'Golden Medical Discovery ' is an excellent family remedy and can highly rec ommend it." Mrs. Frank Smith, 4 Law Street. You can procure the Golden Med ical Discovery, in either fluid 01 tablet form, at any good drug store "Springtime" is well worth your time and money. adv. If it' a drink or some ice cream, get the best at our fountain. Barre Drug Co. adv. Specialties in "Springtime" the S'aughton sisters will dance and Mil- dreth Martin will sing. adv. Regular meeting of Green Mountain local, So. 4H1, I. A. of M., Wednesday evening, April , at 7:w. iseiresn-ments. Ferdinando's orchestra will furnish music at the anniversary concert ana ball at Montpelier city hall Wednes day night. 'Sut ced. adv. Miss Ruth Benton came to the city yosterday from her homo in North Stratford, N. If., where she has been visiting over the holidays. Miss Elizabeth Flanagan, a member of the (ioddard faculty; who has been passing the sjrring holidays at her home near Boston, arrived in the city yester day. Miss Hope Leonard of Bethel was one of the early returning students to Goddard seminary in order to be pres ent with the resumption of classes this morning. Howard Wilson came from Rochester yesterday where he has been passing the Easter recess to be present at the reopening of session at Goddard semi nary this morning. Miss Dorothy Currier, who has been passing the holidays at her home in Canaan, V IE, returned to the city yes terday and resumed her studies at the seminary this morning. Mn Ida Esner, who has been pass ing the Eater recess at her home in Wakefield, Mass., returned to the citv yesterday, and will resume her studies at doddard this morning. The funeral of Eva Lina Odcll, who died Sunday morning, will be held at her home on Beckley hill at 12:30 on Thursday afternoon. Rev. A. W. Hewitt of Flainfield officiating. Interment is to be In the cemetery at Plainfield. Miss Odell was a member of the Sons of Veterans Auxiliary, instead of the Ladies of the G. A. R. as stated in yes terday's paper. TALK OF THE TOWN The largest soda fountain i ntho city service unparalclled Bane Drug Co. adv. Regular meeting of Bright Star Re bekah lodge, No. 18, Wednesday eve ning at 8 o'clock. The ladies' union of the Universalist diurch will meet in the parish room Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Joseph Ladrie and son, Benoit, of 32 Nelson street returned home Monday from a business trip through New York state. A. .T. Bisson. A. V. Boulerice and A. Camire returned to St. Michael's col lege to-day, after spending the spring vacation at their homes. T. C. McCarty & Son have sold out the store conducted by them at 107 South Main street to Edward Ziter, who took possession to-day. Born, at Milford, Mass., on March 23, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Rowell, a son, Frank Converse Rowell. Mrs. Rowell will be remembered in Barre as Misa Georgina Brock. Mrs. P. M. Parks, sr.. of Franklin street received a telegram yesterday telling of the death of her brother-in-j law, T. .1. Stewart of Monrovia, Cal. i Mr. and Mrs. Stewart had planned to. spend the summer in Vermont and Mr. Stewart's sudden death was ft great shock to the relatives. Maccabees, attention! Regular meet ing of Harmon review, .o. I, will ne held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock promptly. After the meetintr, the play entitled, "Mrs. Jenkins' Brilliant Idea," will be given by members of the April circle. Refreshments. Collector will be at the hall at fi:4." for dues. The Becklev Hill grange held its reg ular meeting Monday evening, a large number of the members attending. Fol lowing the election of officers to serve during the ensuing year a box social was in order, and merriment reigned supreme. Before the breaking up of the festivities at a late hour, a hasty vote was taken, and it was decided to old a dance in Clan Gordon hall next Saturday night. Monte's orchestra has been secured to furnish music for the dancing. LOSS OF WEIGHT A DANGER SIGNAL Regular stated con vention of Vincitia lodge, No. 10, Knights of Pythias. Tuesday evening, April 5, at 7:30; work, rank of page. Refreshments, su gar on snow. Per order C. C. Do Not Be Discouraged But Look for the Cause and Cor rect It. When you are losing strength and weight and feel badly all over, when your stomach rebels, sleep is broken Mnd your color fades when you have all or any of these symptoms you need a tonic for the blood. You require a medicine that will benefit the whole system. The blood reaches every part of the body and when it is built up the whole system benefits. Discouraged men and women will find the story of Mrs. Willard Poole of No. 137-A Belmont street, Everett. Mass., profitable if they will only fol low the course of treatment which she recommends. "When I was a young girl," say Mr. I'oole, "I suffered a rapid decline in health due to overstudy and lack of outdoor exercise. I became very thin and frail and my mother worried a great deal over my condition. I had a nibbling appetite and suffered almost constantly from headache and a dull pain across my temples. I was losing weight daily and it seemed as though nothing would build me up. "One day a friend urged my mother to give me Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ao mother bought a box. Wkhin a short time after I began the treatment I be gan to feel better. Slowly the color re turned to my cheeks. My appetite im proved and as my strength and weight returned the headaches and dizzy pells disappeared. This last spring I felt a little run down so I tried the remedy again and found it just as good a tonic-to-day as when my mother gave it to me. 1 cannot speak too highly of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." Write to-day to the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, X. Y., for the free booklet, "Building I'p the Blood." Your own druggist sells Dr. Williams' Pink Pills or they will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, ixty cents per box. Adv. ADAMS COMPANY Wool Plaid Skirts Some Wonderful Values We are putting some Smart Styles on Sale. Pleated Models in the best color combinations, $5.95 When worn with the Navy Short Sport Coats they are very attractive and make an inexpensive I and smart Sport Suit We have Coats, too, at Notice. All Red Men going to East Barre on lhursciay eveninir, April 7. please be at Bolster block at 6:30 sharp. Plen ty automobiles. Every member wel come, f igus McDonald, chief of rec ords, 1 1 Brook street. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt Special convocation of Gran- thanks for the many acts of kindness itc chapter. No. 20, II. A. M.,'of the f. O. O. F., the Barre Spiritual Tuesday. April J), at 7 p. m. j it society and especially to Mrs. James Work. M. E. M. degree. Per l.aine and Mrs. J. B. Hutehins durinp the illness and death of our loved one; also those who gave the beautiful flor al tributes. Mrs. Lee Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Harry King, John Hall. t i : : : $16.98 Coating" Sale Still Continues Wonderful Bargains in Popular Coatings which will enable the woman who makes her own clothes to get up a very nice coat at little cost. ADAMS COMPANY Barre SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES ' t order E. H. P. EAST BARRE WATERDURY E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will he at he Green Mountain house Saturday. he Otb. Call and have your eyes exam ined. adv. WASHINGTON Social dance, run by J. P. tchool hall, AVashington, April 7"c per couple. adv. Lawler. 7; 8 to Regular meeting of Wuchosen tribe. No. 19, I. O. R. M., on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Iro quois tribe of Barre will vint us and work cluet s degree. All Red Men invited. on snow after meeting. Bargain on Galvanized Roofing. Carload just received. If interested, Sugar , get our low prices. Strong Hardware Co., Burlington, V t. Safe TlHlIt for INFANTS & INVALIDS SfHorlick's ine ungioai For Infants. Invalids andOrowlnt Children I ' le OriiaaJ hovMi-l)rin For AUAgea A void Imitation ad Substitutes. Rich Milk. Malted Orafn Extra? In Powder No Cwking iNouruhiogDigcUbl WHERE MAY YOU HAVE ALL THESE, SAVE IN A GARDEN Work and rest, joy and solace, inspiration and perfect peace a garden of your very own, that you have planned and built. RICES AND FERRY'S SEEDS GIVE RESULTS In Bulk and Packages Onion Sets, per lb 18c A THKltT SrECIALHLLL'S LA UN UK Y SOAP 1 Cake 5c 6 Cakes .25c 25c Cakes : $1.00 "1 ii I I : f : ::: j H i'l if Bra; mm ,Wall Paper 1M MMtnalltr at itW HiIm mar at ? ll ii ill lk cua ) Ht Piil li a w tanara at tat Fin Lara Ciaifli an! wt IM HENRY BOSCH COMPANY WmM Ibahfen TVtat aaaa win at ana jm m aar mi TU ilnlan am artiOT4p fcaaajw H ta yan mHti U law Waal raat. Math Caar Itaaa aal iMIauua a tSaar-aaapag, Varatatlag. I ilwailnn Ike A. C. Ainsworth No. Montpelier, Vt. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY HEAVY WORK WAGONS W have nr- ral heavy work wagunt and rxpreu ragotu, aJw erai second band axons. on which we wUl maka very low prtcea. Strong Hdwe. Co., Burlington, Vt. Ill FOR SALE A few article of household furniture, including kihrhen range, as good as new ; inquire of A. J. Morrison, Upper Graniteville. 1U WILL THE PARTY Seen to "pick up the black pucketbook in front of 204 Wash. ington street please return it to that ad dress or to Times office and save trouble. It2 TA II L E G I R l. W A N'lX r J r k 's Lunch Depot square, tel. M6-M 18tf FOR SALE One 7S h. p. fnI Electrle motor and one InremolJ-Kanu compres sor: pimri. rn ft, air rr minute; both In good condition ; Hebert k Ls. drle. :Ms WANTED-Man and ife want worn on a farm: wife to assist with housework: call Barre. 1 t WANTED A competent girl for general housework : apply to Mrs. Hugh Phil lips. 1 Liberty street, M"ntpelier, Tel., 234-R. lHt WANTED AT ONCE - Man " for general farm work : if inta,-"''' writ to "Farmer" ra Tlmea ofTSre. 18tf GARDENS T LOWED -Call before the rush and high prices; Tel. 16i. It4 THE BEES COULDN'T DO IT So the American Sugar Refining Co., came to their aid and produced a product consisting of cane syrup and honey, which it would be difficult to tell from strained honey, both in taste and color and has the advantage of being much cheaper in price. 11-Ounce Preserve Jar 28c 1 1 ! ill V iVUlUO I a I i i 2 !.. I The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. 02 C,., i I . . SMITH & CUM INfiS CO. i a Join a national organization ol standard-make arcoml tire and tube distributor. frtwxlyear. Coodrirh, Millrr. Hurt t'nited States. IVnnsy Nania. t'samnnd and other irikrs. Ijirjrer discount for you and tnuth brtter alius for your customer.. Trade follow value. Your volume will incrcai-e from two to ten timet. ti. 1 hen 1 RENEWED CARS your banker a'xmt j'ljoric or write. a!W A ma L-ama ted Tire lortfre St, Tri, S. Y.; -Hienetiv. X. Y J.yt Ceatral Ave., AlhanT, N. Y. Wilham P. Powera, Manager Wholesale Mail Order Retail 1920 Dodge Roadster Driven lent than 1.00ft mile. 1917 Oldsmobilc Four cylinder, touring, motor in excellent condition. Price reasonable. Terms to auit. ' " Buick Six cylinder, seven jiasenRpr, g-xtd condition, cord tire on rear, makinp good renting car. 1916 Dodge Touring In excellent condition. Come and have a ride in it. Price right. 1920 Ford Roadster Sellstarter and electric light. Price rilit for ah. A. D. HAYES TtWphtne 224. 14 Main St. Mantprlirr, Vt. K. MACRAE No. io Milea BIdg, Phone 364-R Orer Red Crow Pharmacy. TO-DAY AND WEDNESDAY SPECIAL SALE SAMPLE DRESSES Very attractive new models, regular value, $25.00, your choice $19.75 SPECIAL VALUES IN SUITS AND COATS These smart new models represent an actual saving of at least 25 per cent. Itungalow Aprons, at special new low prices 9Sc, $1.48, $1.59, $1.95 Always special values in Waists. JO ST UP ONE FLIGHT The anal expensaa reeaa a bit aariaf ta yaa Russell's HOUSE CLEAN HOLD ING The. . . Roofing $S)17l'.'Ji;i,.;3 a...,i , a .till ' iiiv Showing he Eerrlmtle Afaftf- H SPECIALS Don't "stop at just washing, but, clean out all the germs and germ breeding bugs, rats and mice. 25 Red Cedar Flakes 19c For Moths Bugcide, for bedbugs, 40c and $1.00 Roachcide for ants, roaches, water bugs, etc. Elkay's Rat and Roach Paste will kill mice and rats and destroy the odor. Formaldehyde Candles also Liquid Formalde hyde for fumigating. Sponges 69c to $2.00 Chamois Skins 25c to $2.25 Jaynes Disinfectant for sprinkling in cellars, stool bowls and other places apt to get musty. It destroys the odors. No. 6 Disinfectant. Safe and powerful, acts like sunlight. Kills germs and insects in your poultry house and barn. Wash your animals with No. G solution and keep them healthy ; 1 strong. 25c sizes makes five pails full of strong disinfectant. 50c size makes 1G pails. Also Rubber Gloves to protect your delicate hands. Red Cross Pharmacy Lia.mMiiiwarmjMi.uw 'urejuiim-ii "t .m.m9.-Mw....!t'imfir' EVERIASTIC MULTI-SHINGLES Everlastic Multi Shinies are a wonderful com bination of beauty, economy and lonj? service. The rich natural color of their red and green crushed slate surface is permanent. They never need painting. These shingles are a proven product, having been used in Barre for the past five years, and are a product of the Barrett Roofincr Co.. one of the largest roofinjr concern in the world, will not warp, split or decay. Let us quote you. Allen Lumber Co. Barre Vt. 1 i They H Ami MM uy Eggs Now Strictly Fresh Nearby Eggs, at the store. 32c Special price on Lggs by the case. Egg Preserver for making Water Glass. One quart can enough for 15 dozen eggs, each. . .- 25c It Is Time Now ! With no prospects of further reductions in Soap, Soap Powder and all kinds of House cleaning Aids. means that at our prices, it is a good time to buy. A good No. 1 Broom, special price 69c Mop Sticks, each 23c. Whisk Brooms. . .2.c Babbitt's Soap, per cake 70, ten cakes for 70c World Soap, per cake 7'c, ten cakes for. ,70c Star Soap, per cake 7,2C, ten cakes for..0c P. & G. Naptha Soap, per cake, 7' Jc. ten cakes, 70c Export Borax Soap, special at the store, 10 for 40c Sawyer Bluing, two sizes 10c and 15c Sawyer Ammonia, full strength, each. 15c Parson's Household Ammonia, med., 20c, large, 39c, Old Dutch Cleanser, this week ..10c Gold Dust, large size, cash and carry 30c Grandmother's Powdered Soap, nkcr 5c Some special trades in Wash Boards, .Mineral and Toilet Soaps. The F. D. Ladd Co. n t t v v 4 4 t 5 iL . .gt-SSa 'fm ----"- - ' I'-iiaaat nr"