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I THE BARRE DAILY TIMifiS, BARRE, VT,. MONDAY, MAY 16, 1921. 6 ""irOT- i M f I Dining Suite in Jacobean Oak BUFFET, CHINA and TABLE ARM CHAIR and 5 CHAIRS Quartered Oak Genuine Leather Dining Suite in 1 Mahogany , LARGE SIZE BUFFET, CHINA and IT ABLE ARM CHAIR and 5 CHAIRS. Other Suites We have several nice suits in WALNUT and OAK B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST IP-TO-DATB MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICB 6Hf retM mb M bo-a'rtrn mfclanM auw ctll t rmmrn him urmm. Ttlhn 17-W. Prices Advancing The consumer who refrains from buying coal through the possibility of lower freight rates can not blame the coal dealer if he is asked to pay more money for domestic coal in view of the marked ad vance in wholesale prices which have already taken place. BUY COAL NOW. LACKAWANNA $1623 16.50 ...... 16.75 14.75 11.25 LEHIGH .Egg $16.75 .Stove 17.00 .Nut 17.00 .Pea 15.25 .1 Buckwheat 1175 Thirty ton lots or more 25c per ton less than the above prices. We will allow a discount from above price of 3 per cent, cash to accompany order 6r bill to be paid im mediately on delivery of coal or receipt of bill, or 2 per cent discount for cash in 10 day from date of in voice. Soliciting your patronage, we are Yours for Quality and Service, Calder & Richardson Depot Square Horace A. Richardson 'Phone 450 A Hon? e Injured against the attacks of sun, rain, snow and all the elements, is a house that will look as attractive a year from the day it was last painted as it did w ith its fresh coat of paint. When you paint your house you want to protect as well as beautify it. Both of these ends will be accomplished if you use MACHINE - MADE PAINT TALK OF THE TOWN t Good results in printing or develop ing tlifi picture you took over Sup day. Bring them in. Barre Drug Co. adv. .Rheumatics? Try a two weeks' treat ment of Rheunia, and get well. If it I doesn't help, K. A. Drown will return your money.. adv. . Mrs. Nellie BiancUi left last night for Plymouth, Mass., where she will represent Granite City lodge of the I. O. 0. I j., M. U., at the convention held there May 17 and 19. Mis Elizabeth Smoilet and MUs Mona Mortimer, registered nurses, left this morning for Claremont', N. II., to attend the nurses' state convention -of New Hampshire to-day, James Bradley of Norwich univer sity, first-baseman on the freshman team which was defeated by Spauldintr at Lincoln campus Saturday after noon, was the guest of Fuller Slayton of South Main street over the week end. v Miss Esther McCarthy, employed in the office of the Metropolitan Life In surance company in St. Johnsbury, mo tored to Barre yesterday, together with Dr. Allen and family of St. Johns bury, who passc(d Sunday with rela tives. This morning a number of Spanish American war veterans, either by au tomobile or electric cars, journeyed to Caledonia park, for to-day the Wash ington County association of these war veterans met for its annual outing and election of officers. Louis McGee returned t the city Sunday after being detained at his home 'in Waterbury for the past few weeks on account of the serious ill ness of one of his children. Mr. Mc Gee resumed his duties with the Har vey & Mower automobile shop this morning. Acquaintances in this vicinity of th Cate family, several members of which have received their education at God- dard seminarr. will be interested to know that daughter of Mrs. Ella Cate is now on her way to this eoun trv. where she will obtain her educa tion. The following is a clippinir from the St. .lohnsbury Caledonian-Record, her brother, Rev. eston A. Late, De inz pastor of the Universalis church there: "Miss lone Cate, the fourteen- vear-old sister of Rev. Weston A Pate, is on her wav from Japan to St. Johnsburv. She left Tokyo May nrl the Japanese boat will dock el ther in San Francisco or Seattle. The party of friends with whom she comes will make stop in Chicago and other nnintii nil H the vounir traveler will nrnbahlv not reach St. Johnsbury un til about May 30. She is coming here to attend school. A brother, Harding fate, came from Japan four yean ago and is competing a tour years mm at Giwldard seminary, Barre. Mr. ("ate is visiting his brother at the parsonage of the Church of the Messiah. The fa ther of Mr. Cate was a minister in Japan and died there a number of vears aso. His wife, Mrs. Klls Cate, is a teacher of English in the Univer sity of Tokyo, but wants her children educated in America." OB I The V. D. Smith Company Inc. ! Successors to SMITH & CUMINGS CO. WILLIAMSTOWN The ladies' aid society of the Meth odist church will hold an all-day social at the vestry Wednesday, May 18. Please come prepared to work on a quilt. Stated convocation of Gran- "TSite chapter. No. 2H, R. A. M., Tuesday, .May 17, at 7:30 p. m. tJgji Work, marK aegree. rer oracr The Times lassified Coumns Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent Try An Adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Bring in your Sunday films and let us develop end print for you. Barre Drug Co. adv. Our developing and printing depart ment will take care of your Sunday films. Barre Drug Co. adv, William McDonald of Terry street has returned from Middlebury, where he had been spending junior week. Wendell Drown a student at Dartmouth college, is passing a couple of days at his home on Walnut street. Those desiring petitions for the Knights of Birmingham can procure them at the store of C. W. Averill & Co. A regular meeting of the' Ladies' Auxiliary to Clan Gordon, No. 12, will be held Tuesday, May 17, at 7 :13 p. m. Initiation. Just received flowered French viole, finest quality, at 38c a yard. Little Drygoods Store, Cottage, street, off North Main. adv. Just revived flowered French viole, finest quality, at 38c a yard. Little. Iygoods Store, Cottage, street, off North Main. adv. Grand May supper and dance, Marsh field, Wednesday evening, May 18. Car roll orchestra. Dance $1.25 a couple. Dancing from 8 to 1. If it's a good time you're after drive over. adv. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Allen and Mar jorie left Sunday for Burlington to at tend the interment service incident upm the removal of the body of Mrs. Allen's sister, Mrs. Alice McKenzie, from the vault in Burlington to the cemetery in Charlotte. Mrs. McKenzie died in March. JOE'S POND MAN SUES. Claim $6,000 Damagea from Eastern Vermont Corporation. The Eastern Vermont Public Utility corporation is defendant in a suit brought by Rufus K. Whittier of Dan ville, who claims $8,000 for alleged damage to his island property in Joe's pond. The case is returnable at the December term of the Caledonia coun ty court and will be watched with In terest by the many owners of cottages and land border.ing on the pond. Mr. Whittier has long owned the small island towards the upper end of the pond and lived in the cottage there on. He has improved this property from time to time and the island is now protected from the water by ston! work which was put in at considerable expense. He alleges that when the elec tric company put the flashhoards on their dam it raised the water in the pond three feet and that as a result his property was greatly damaged. Deputy Sheriff M. C. Garfield at tached the property of the defendant corporation Friday in the town of Danville, Barnet, Ryegate and Groton, and also made service on the clerk of the corporation, W. C. Clifford, of Bethel. BETHEL PLAWFIELD Notice. The Barre & Montpelier Traction Co. call the public's attention to the fact that they have now arranged for the car leaving Barre at a. m. to con nect with the Montpelier & Wells River train for the east, leaving Montpelier at t):40 a. m. Arrangements have been made for giving this car special attention and conductors have received positive in structions that they must not permit .r tnr M nnrneliir to irrt in the way of this or prevent its making its regu-j lar schedule time under any consiaer tion, and we feel confident that we can assure the public that this connec tion will be made daily. The Whole Story. "She wanted to marry him for his money." "Did she fail?" "No, he failed and she married some one else." Boston Transcript. Desired the Change. Modiste Really, madam, this gown makes an entirely different woman out of you. Customer's Husband Take it, Helen never mind the price! Boston Transcript. Nearly 30 members and friends of the Mothers' club spent a pleasant aft ernoon on Thursday with Mrs. Lunetta Little. No program was given. A social hour and sewing wa the order of the day. All enjoyed the bountiful supper atfer which goodbyes were said. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Annice Bartlctt Thursday afternoon, May 26. Tlease come prepared to sew. Made Clear at Last. The Toledo Blade thus distinguishes luncheon from lunch. Luncheon is what you eat at noon if what you are going to eat in the evening is dinner; lunch is what you eat at noon if what you are going 'to eat in the evening is sup per. Boston Transcript. Times Change. Hoxie Enterprise We see they have operated on a Chicago boy's head tt make a better boy of him. That isn't where our dad used to operate on lis to make a better boy of us. Boston Transcript. From Now On. The early lawnmower cuts short many a morning nap. Boston Tran script. Matrimony No Fire Sale. "So Maud broke her engagement with Jack because the doctor said he had a tobacco heart." "Yes, and I don't blame her. Who wants a husband that's damaged by smoke." Boston Transcript. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. AUTO "FOR SAL& StudkT -rliader. in irorxt condition. 2 Pr tin : pna rruoniil if Ukn at once; 104 St. Main stmt. . FOR SALE-Two yvunc itnrj cows, .n mrw rin to frsshen, other due July : !. J. BRIGG8. Willuunatown, N. E. Tel. Jgl-6. . i t FOR SALE A fewbiTeU of erly itrmw. berry eed potato. buehel of liberty barley, 10 butheis I'liw Thee timothy. II buchel red clover, enilare nd nmtive cv.rn on hand for immediate delivery: John Brech in, 1 Webnu-r street, ..'" WANTF.D-T buy furnlturee. stove, rrwk- cry. etc., for ch ; mm before ellint; bieylelee repaired and carriagra re-tird; DAN'S, fit No, Main atreet. FOR BALE--A d driving or workln horse, safe for lady to drive, afraid "t nothing ; a)i t nrm wajrona. busry end Wish; A. TomatL, corner Mam and Mer chant street. 3W LOST SATURDAY-20-n httrh wrlht ith hitrh rope stale; finder leave at E. M. Ly ons etore. Mu FOR RENT-Tenement for email" family, with large garden: John Norfti. Trow Mil: Tel. HS4-12. M VVANTF.D - A roHittion "a housekeeper in aims II family by rapahle woman, at one: addreaa answer to "A.", cor Time Tiny But Troublesome. The same word's bothering both Jap And German folks to-day. What's worrying the rlrt is Yap, T'other (reverse it) Pay. Boston Transcript. And now we have the woman dental hygenist. She does not" pull nor fill teeth and consequently is not a ter ror to children. Instead, she limits her work to cleaning and polilsng the teeth above the gums. The U. S. pub lic service says that this Is most help ful in making the gums healthy and in preventing decay. Twelve states have already legalised such practice by women. Dr. Calrin Brooks, White River Junc tion, New President Vt. Chiropractors. The annual meeting of the Vermont Chiropractic association was held Hat urday from 5 to 7 in the afternoon at i .... ri.d u,mi..Vi Ar Haruch. Dr. Calvin Brooks of White River June-1 tion was elected .president and Dr. Leila Baruch, vice-president. Kight au tomobiles then carried the party to the home of Mrs. M. J. French on Royalton hill, a beautiful drive at this season. Returni'ng to the Bascom house, a ban quet was served, to which 23 eat down. Dr. Freer of Morrisville said the pray er at the opening of the banquet. Dr. Sandor Baruch spoke on "Goitre and Appendicitis;" Dr. W. B. Gage of Rut land spoke on "Sleeping Sickness," of which he has had several cases. Dr. A. W. Gage, St. Johnsbury, spoke on "Pneumonia," of which he ha treated many ,caes successfully. Dr. Allen of Belfast, Me.,' Dr. George A. Ness and Dr. Sadie L. Ness of Concord, N. H., were present as guests. W. H. S. Defeated S. H. S. Saturday By Score of 9 to 7. Whitcomb high school won its first game of the season none too easily Saturday by defeating South Royal ton high school on the local play ground. A tie which had existed since the fifth inning was broken in the eighth, when Haikara, the first man up, singled prettily to short left field, stole second, was sacrificed to third by Dunham and scored on Hickey'a third hit of the game. Hickey scored later for good measure and this practically ended the game, as Moriarty was pitching his tirual strong game and the visitors had about lost hope of scor ing again. Smith, however, got first on Dunham's error and stole second and third in a fruitless effort to tie up the score in the ninth. Infield plays during the game were about the finest ever seen here. Greene struck out 14 men. Moriarty, in the five innings that he pitched, struck out 11. The score: W. H. S. ab r h po a e Haikara, 2b 5 1 1 3 0 1 Dunham 3b 5 2 2 4 0 1 Hickev. c 5 2 3 1 0 0 44WW a -r- a -m mr r rv ll k XTT7" 2 ADAMS (JUlVirAl I I x ! x LADIES' HATS Some exceptional values in Ladies Hats, Sport Styles, Organdie, Horse Hair Braid and New Models in Suit Hats. Order trimming done that you may have -a hat to match the gown. We will make the new Organdie Hats in any colors you wish. Children's Hats One lot of extra good values in all colors and a big variety of trimmings. $1.98 Mitiguy, If ... 5 0 110 Davis. cf 5 0 Scoville, p, lb 4 1 1 Wvman. es. n . . . . . 3 0 1 Moriarty, lb, it, p 4 1 I Jebb, rf 3 2 1 0 Total ........ 30 9 12 27 2 6 R. R. H. S. ab r h po a e Sanborn, ts ........ 4 1 1 1 0 3 Blake, 3b 3 0 2 1 0 1 Knight, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0 Dewey, c 4 1 I 17 0 2 Greene, p 3 2 1 0 1 1 Barrows. If 4 1 0 0 0 0 Heath, 2b 4 2 1 1 1 1 Waterman, lb 4 0 1 3 0 1 Smith, cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Total 3ti 7 7 24 2 9 iScore by innings: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 W. II. S. 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 2 x 0 S. R. If. S. 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 07 Two-base hit. Hickey; first base on balls, Greene 4, Wyinan, Moriarty; struck out, Scoville 3, Wyman, Mo riarty 11, Greene 14; passed ball, Hick ey; "hit by pitched ball, by Wyman. Umpires, Sturk and Beal. office, Barre .Vt. MtS "On March 5, the date of our last weeks report," says the sneeon gen eral of the lT. S. public health service, "about 20M1 bed were vacant in our hoxpitaK Of these about 10O(l were in hospitals jut opened or additions to older hospital and were rapidly filled. The remaining 1000 was less than si per rent of our total capacity of n.flftS. a very small allowance for new arrivals. This dre not, of course, include our patients in rented beds in contract hospitals, who numbered 10,-fiOrt, Orion Savage of Saratiae Lake, N. Y., a frequent visitor in Bethel, who was last seen here late in the winter, itm operated on last Wedensday at the ("hamplain Valley hospital in Platts burg, N. V., and' was doing well Fri day, according to a message received by his nephew, Roy E. Savage. It has been ralfed to our attention that Mis Klizabcth Allen was fourth in the local spelling contest lact Wednesday, Miss Geneva Kennedy be ing fifth. Six young men from the Webster ville Baptie-t church attended the young people's meeting at the Methodit church last evening. The meeting was led by Mrs. H. J. Turner. You Know the Kind. F.dith is so vivacious and witty especially when somebody eli-e is sing ing." Boston Transcript. X Wash Hats for the styles in Lingerie Hats. little tots. Also many See our assortment of Children's Hats be fore buying. ADAMS COMPANY Barre SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES ' Yes! Tires Have Dropped! No Excuses Now for Running on Questionable Tires We can furnish all sizes in GOODYEAR and KELLY-SPRINGFIELD, and N0RWALK TUBES. Also several sizes in United States and Goodrich Silver towns. We are offering a special on 33x4 and 34x4 GOODYEAR FABRICS for a limited time only. S22.00 33x4 Non-Skid 34x41-2 Non-Skid ABSOLUTELY 6UARANTEED LIKE NEW. Where Your Correspondence is "different" A box of high grade stationery and an excellent fountain pen. Then you're com plete to operate your correspondence bu reau to write letters of personal appear ance of high class character and dingnified by the pretty paper. We sell both paper and pens and certainly there are none beter, none more up to date, none more servicea able anywhere. Agents for Eaton, Crane and Fikc Stationery Drown-s Drug Store 48 North Main Street ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES $30.00 in he Times Iyzr Ho G. KELLY- CORDS APPEAR TO BE THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET SINCE THE RE CENT REDUCTION IN PRICES. ONLY A FEW CENTS DIFFERENCE NOW IN PRICES COM PARED WITH OTHER MAKES. YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE IN QUALITY. ennett BARRE, VERMONT onday Special TO-DAY MOP STICKS, at the store, each. . . .l c M A Good Chance nnraVe n-aVprl F?pnns. cash and carrv 10c Campbell's Soup, any flavor, cash and carry. . . .10c Buy as many as you can use as they will keep and are always good to have in the house. Some Good Tea Values Green Japan Tea at old prices, per lb . .39c, 50c, 60c A good sweet drinking English Breakfast, It).. 30c : Burn's Blend Tea, the favorite, per lb .30c Oolong Fancy Tea, in bulk, per lb SOc j Best Basket Fired Teae, in bulk, per lb 50c ; Wood's, Primrose, Orange Pekoe Tea, lb 3Sc : We have Chase and Sanborn, Orlaff and Orange Pekoe Tea in half pound packages. Queen of Sheba Tea. packacd in original one-lb boxes; use only half the usual amo;nt. per lb. .S3c The F. D. Ladd Co.'