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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1921.
V Suites ior Every Room at Reduced Prices Living Room Chair Rocker - Divan Table Oal$ Overstuffed , Mahogany Bed Room Bed Dresser Chiffonier Table, Chair Rocker Oak Mahogany . Walnut Ivory Enamel Bird's Eye Maple , Dining Room , Table China Closet Buffet Arm Chair Plain Chair Oak Mahogany Walnut B.W.Hooker&Co. DKOtRTAKBM - BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE BBRVIC1 Our ratal aasst aa borM-drrran itiltnm dartanoe salts at rumiHi ( ItMm 7-W. Good Trades for Saturday Whole Western Beef Butts, per It) ... . .25c Pork Sausage, per It) .15c Salt Pork, per lb ..15c; 7 lbs. $1.00 Beef Sausage, per lt 10c; 3 lbs. 25c Native Fowls, per lb 43c Spring Chickens, per lb . 60c Legs Spring Lamb, per lb 45c Forequarter Lamb, per Xb 22c Pot Roast Veal, per lb 20c Roast Veal, per lb 33c Roast Beef, extra heavy Western, per lb. .35c, 40c Pork Roasts, native, per lb 25c, 2Sc, 30c Bacon sliced, per lb 35c; strips, lb 25c Celery, Wax Beans, Bunch Carrots, Bunch Tur nips, Ripe Tomatoes, Cauliflowers. GROCERY DEPARTMENT Peanut Butter, per lb .'15c; 2 lbs. 25c Two lbs. Ginger Snaps 25c 10 cakes Lenox Soap 43c 5 cakes Clean E-Z Soap 25c ,5 cakes Armour's Toilet Soap for 25c 3 rolls Builtmore Toilet Paper for. ......... . .23c Old Homestead Coffee, per lb. 35c One-lb Old Homestead Rice FREE with every pound of Coffee. Premier Salad Dressing .20c and 45c Fresh lot Potato Chips, pkg. . . . . 15c .4 cans American Sardines 25c 1-tb. can Pink Salmon 15c Jello or Jiffy Jell, package 10c LIGHTNING GLASS JARS -pint, $1.00, pint $1.10, quart $1.25, 2-quart $1.35 Jelly Tumblers, dozen 60c ocony Para wax, package 20c Clicquot Ginger Ale, case $3,75 Rebate case , 50c C. H. Cross Bread 12c Houghton & Robins at L-i ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIES "1 Bread for a Good Day's Program j Bread heads the list as the best of all foods. It is rich in force and energy. So easily digested that the smallest child thrives on it; so substantial that a day laborer depends upon it for strength. When nungry eat Electrically Baked Bread Baked Beans, from our ovens, per qt 20c DOUGHNUTS Large, Sweetened and -Jelly, all fried in pure lard. THINGS YOU NEED 6 Lenox, Swift's Pride. Bell's or Exnort Rom Laundry Soap for 25c Quart jar Stuffed Olives 65c Quart jar Plain Olives .. .ooc "Toot Sweet" Marshmallow Fluff, per can 35c MEAT DEPARTMENT Fresh cuts of Veal, Lamb, Beef and Pork, Freh Vegetables and Fresh Fruit WE THOUGHT OF YOU when we bought Premier Evaporated Milk, so that we could sell it two lb. cans for 23c And three 6-oz, cans for 23c The W. D. Smith Company Inc. TALK OF TllE TOWN .Saturday, the big day at Shea's Shoe Store. adv. Use arsenate of lead for spraying 25c pound at Drown'. adv. Baseball, American Legion vs. Wl nooekl, Saturday, 8:30, Lincftln earn pu. adv. Everyone going to the Tark theatre Saturday night will fop given free The Park News Weekly. adv. Chevy Chase jumper dreeses made bf linene, all colore, specially priced for Saturday $1.49 at the Homer Fitts Cb.adv. The dancing content this year ehould be bigger and better than ever be cause of the prize. Clan Gordon pic nic, Saturday, July 30, Caledonia park, adv. Mr. T. Stone of 209 North Main street ha accepted employment a a cook In the Depot Sqimre cafe, known during the past few week a the Sanitary cat.' "What will ttop mr balr falling out?" "Parisian Sage. It will make the hair thick and gltest and prevent dandruff, safs E. A. Drown, who sells it under guarantee. adv. 1 he women of Mooseheart Legion will hold a basket lunch-picnic at Mrs, James Booth's, Windsor Terrace, Sat urday, July 23. Bring your husband or a Green Tea of Superb Flavor (!" ." nnrzi n rx n nnn as GREEN TEA is just the choicest pluekings and rich with real deliciousness. Send us a postal card for a free sample. Address: SALAD A TEA COMPANY, Boston TALK OF THE TOWN Allen Cutting of Enoeburg Fall en tered the City hospital yesterday to receive radium treatment. Everyone going to the Park theatre Saturday night will be given free The Park New Weekly. adv. Mica Verna Dickey of 101 Smith etrect was taken to the City hospital last nig-ht suffering with pneumonia. "V. U t.im nno eatsAl maId ,r.' no' 7Hl " lne Pwni of linene, all color., specially priced -i. .1 I 1 -J- at s oi-icn-K. qav. . . .... , . . ., int.. Hundred, and hundred I.Brfi T ' ' motorist are ralher ekeptlcal on the I advantages of a cord tire because C, D. Waters, traffic manager of the they believe ft cord tire cannot be re-; Granite Manufacturer' association, paired. Yet they are being repaired ; left on the morning train to-day for vry day at the Hastings vulcanizing j Omaha, Neb., to attend a hearing he TALK OF THE TOWN hop at 371 North Main street. adv. At last you may buy happiness! fiet it in a box of Bitro-Phoephate at K. A. Drown Si Co. drug store. Gain fore the interstate commerce commis sion on the subject of reetricted valu ations on granite and to -testify before a United States interstate commerce weight and vigor. Be robust and ' examiner. Others who will be present healthy,, enjoy restful sleep, a good i from Xew England are George. H. t.at appetite and youthful energy. Guar-jon of Boston, assistant freight traffic anteed for Increased weight and nerve manaecr of the Boston & Maine rail- Butler's fascinating on a Mississippi river quiet. adv. , Ellis Packer story or iiie on a shantv boat, "The Jack-Knife Man has been utilized by King Vidor for his second release through the First Na tional Exhibitors circuit. Mr. Butler, one of the foremost American humor ists since Mark Twain, has endeared himself to the reading public through "Pig Is Pigs" and other humorous novels. "Th Jack-Knife Mart" will he the attraction at the Magnet to-day. adv. . , way; Mr. Volt, trie Boston .uaine raiiway attorney; R. M. McFeetera of Burlington, attorney for the Centra! Vermont railway, and J. L. Dempsey of St. Albans, assistant general freight agent of the Central Vermont railway. Mr. Waters is called there because he was a party to the original agreement and his testimony is considered Im portant in the bearing. The hearing is set for Monday and in the event that his testimony is all in by Mon day night, he will be back in this city in a week. K. MACRAE If, to Miles Bldg., Phone 364-R Over Red Cross Pharmacy. The Summer Clearance Sale Offers Extraordinary Values for Saturday Everything in Summer Merchandise marked at at Quick Clearance Prices. Dresses, Wash Skirts, Waists, Underwear, Hosiery, etc., at lower prices than can be found anywhere. JUST VT ONE FLIGHT Ike saiaM expense at a tig sarin ta ft any Case Good in Jri mm j m 'm III II d's Joseph Cerasoli returned to trtroit to-day, after a two weeks' vacation epent'with his mother on Berlin street. Just arrived, checked, and figured voile at 20e a yard. Little Dry Goods Store, Cottage street, off North Main atreet. adv. Mrs. Mary Dunraan of 10 Merchant street was operated upon last evening at the City hospital, and this morning was resting quite comfortably. Mrs. James Stephen of New Haven, Conn., is visiting in the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Gordon Watson of Franklin street while renewing acquaintances in this, her former home. Mrs. Emma CIsslin of Corinth un derwent quite & serious operation at the Barre City hospital, end from re ports received this morning is now resting quite comfortably. ' John B. Kelly of Liberty street went to Burlington last night upon receipt of a telegram informing him of the death of Seneca Ilasclton. formerly judge of the supreme court, which oc curred late yesterday. Mr. Kelly will remain in Burlington until after the funeral. James Tlarrrten, a nephew of Mrs. Harper Mitcbell, who during the World war served three years in active war fare with Canadian troops, arrived in Barre Wednesday after a pleasant voyage from Aberdeen, Scotland. Mr. Harmen has come to the United States to make his home. On Lincoln campus yesterday after noon the N. D. Phelps Co. baseball nine easily defeated the Granite City All-Stars W the score of H to 2. The 'game was Interesting and fast but ! the hardware men were too much for ithei opponents. Eastman And King 1 did the battery work for the winners ; while AVrisht and Murray worked hard , for the All-Htars. ' Pev. Frank O. Hokerk of the t'nlver salist church and Ralph Davis of Ma 1 pie avenue, who were accompanied on j a motor trip of several dayi through New Hampshire by Mrs. Davendorf, ;uet during this month at the Hokerk residence, and Mrs. Mianda Klnne of .Merchant street, arrived back in Barre , laxt evening after a mot pleasant ! sight-seeing journey. The jparty lutopped at Lake Winnepesaukee, Twin 'mountains, Franconia Notch and Beth lehem. N. H., during their few days' ! travel. 1 1 A. W. Badger picked up a t a ige bird this- morning on the sidewaLt in front of his store on Main street and 'no one -has beea able positively to , identify it. The bird offered no rei-t-ance w'hen Mr. Badger pirked it up, be ing too young to be afraid, to say nothing of bring abb to fly away even if irt should become frightened. It is thought to be a sort of owl, as it Is of great size for a young bird, and looks some like that species. It is nearly as large as a full grown robin and is of a spotted grey in color. , BigS ADAMS COMPANY emi-Annua learance Opens Saturday, July 23rd 7 Days of Big Bargains See Full Page Announcement on Page Three 4j Sale ADAMS COMPANY DISAPPEARANCE OF 1,000 CASES OF LIQUOR 1 MAY CAUSE TROUBLE Captain of Vessel Claims He Trans ferred Part of Cargo at Sea and Threw Remainder Overboard. Philadelphia, July 22. The master of the small British schooner PocO moke, which came into Atlantic City Wednesday in distress ahd without her cargo of 1,000 cases of intoxicating liq uors, will have some explaining to do to the British authorities in this jur isdiction, according to Charles E. Kurtt, surveyor of the port. "There y no question the Pocomoke is the mysterious .vessel reported off the New Jersey coast," Mr. Kurti said to-day. "All the vessel's papers were taken by Navigation Inspector Mar stellar, who boarded the Pocomoke at Atlantic Citv, and turned them over to the British consul for Inquiry." Mr. Kurtz said the Pocomoke came into Atlantic City under distreei sig nals. Captain J. A. Roy, according to Mr. Kurtx, said he left Nashua, Ba hama islanda, with 1.000 case of liq uor for Quebec. Off the Delaware capes, he said he encountered a storm which caused him tnt transfer part of the cargo to a schooner and to throw the remainder overWoard because the vessel sprung a leak. According to Mr. Kurta, Captain Roy said his crew was dis charged and transferred to another Tes sel at sea, which is said to be a viola tion of maritime law. "While we cannot do anything about wbat he did with hie cargo outside the three-mile limit, the British govern ment can certainly make hira give a more definite explanation of the ac tions of the Pnoomoke at eea," said Mr. Kurtx. GRANITFVILLE Dance, Masonic hall, North Mont peljer, Monday, July 25; Hardwick orchestra. adv. Bargain on GALVANIZED ROOFING Carload just received. If interest ed, get our low prices.' STRONG HDWE. CO.. Burlington Vt, Could Count on That "I say, mother," said young Tomp kins, "I think I'll draw out the toOney unci a IMck left me and take & trip across the pond." "But dear," ene protested, "you were to save that for a rainy day." . "Well, I'm going to London and I'll be sure to find a rainy day there."- Boston Tranecript. TUNllRWGE BRILLIANT WELCOME Wc Allow a 5co Cash Discount on all Tires and Tubes Compare Our Prices Before You Purchase N we "make our own adjustments 30x3 30x3i 32x3i 32x4 " 33x4 34x4 32x4 33x4 o 34x4V 35x41 2 35x5 S6x4io 30x3 30x31 J. 32x3i I 32x4 " 33x4 34x4 FABRIC CORD $11.30 13.45 $20.95 17.05 27.65 22.60 35.15 23.75 36.20 24.30 37.15 30.25 39.75 31.20 40.65 32.25 41.70 33.70 42.90 39.50 52.00 34.20 43.S0 RED TUBES $1.S5 32x4i $3.50 2.15 33x41 3.60 2.30 34x4U 3.75 2.S0 35x41 3.S5 2.90 36x41,5 4.05 3.00 35x5 4.55 I Given American Naval Men by Portu guese. Lisbon, ,July 22. Rear Admiral Charles F. Hughes, in command of a squadron of the American Atlantic fleet, which is visiting, Portugal, isited Batalha yesterday and laid a wreath on tlia erava of rortiurai s unknown eoldiers. Admiral Hughes was acoom panied by the Portuguese minister of foreign affairs and minister of war as well as eeral of hi staff officers. A special train conveyed the party from Lisbon, and at all the principal stations en route regimental bands played "The Star Spangled Hanner" ! which the Americans answered with i cheers. Impressive scenes marked the ccre 1 monies at the Old Abbey which has ; Ieen standing OtKt years, the Americans ' reverently surrounded the collins whiU1 Bishop Leira eulogized the American nation in the name of Portugal and I thanked the officer for their courtesies j to the unknown Portuguese soldiers i who fougbt by the side of America and France.. Admiral Uughes said after the cere mony that he considered the day a memorable one for the American navv.i and several memher of his staff said i the visiting fleet had not received such , a hrilliant ana heartwarming rerep ! tion in any other count rr. Mrs. Fannv Knight and son of Cam- bridie, Mase., arrived last week at the home of her sunt, Mrs. Orlanla Smith, for her usual summer vacation. Harriet B. Hayward, Mrs. Jennie Bcauclerk and daughter, Barbara, of Concord. N. H.. came last week from rachurg to visit Judge and Mrs. H. K. Hayward. Ernet Ball was initiated into the lo cal camp, M. YV. of A. at the last reg ulnr meeting hHturdy evening. Mrs. Mary Barney Blake died at the home of Charles Hinklev lat week Monday of cancer, at about HO vear of age. She had been treated a few J days at the Randolph sanatorium. The ( time and place ot her rtirtii are un known. She had lived the most of her life in town. Mrs. H. C. King is making extensive repairs upon her reeidence. Sf. J. Ballon is completing the paint ing and decorating at Mrs.,E. J. Por ter's. Operation at the fruit farm of Beefe and Ordway are becoming quite artive. About twenty people are, em ployed gathering, grading, packing and preserving, a iru-ic u on tne rosa nearly every day, delivering the fresh fruit at summer camps and larger villages In a radius of fifty miles. A view of the growing iruit, whroTl is laritely red and black raspberries and blackberries, i well worth a long trip. Summertime and all the year round pOST fOASTIES are favored by Folks who want different and better corn flakes , iviade of the firm hearts of selected white corn, rolled and toasted crisp and gold en brown, Post Toas ties are especially delicious when served with fresh fruits or berries. Ready to Eat No Waste Sold by grocers everywhere! Made by Postum Cereal Ca.Inc Battle Creek, Mich. i in New Com a TT D1 RUSSIAN PEASANTS ARE MOBILIZING According to a Finnish Official at Stockholm Russian Legation at Helsingsfors Denies It. , Stockholm. July 2.1 While the Rus sian legation at HeNitigfors diavow It be reported general tnohi lira tion in Russa. a Kinnisfi nfflcia! here to day declared his government has proof tt . peasants in Ksrrlcn and in other die tricts have been niot.iiiwd. WAJfTS HANDWRITING EXPERTS To The N. D. Phelps Co. Telephone 28 Barre, Vt. Prore That S;ruatore TbeodoT Roosevelt Is Genuine. . -. .... j v nirajn, .iiny A nner trom Airs. if TOma K. rtiitkett f HiM'deie. Ind . ! who ar;ei that Theodore RMejt J had refuwd to pay an iiiso tl,iga- ii..n to her. was revived lodsr h de- teritve burrs w .re. s-be a-kstbe ad , dr of three I hx-ago fcndTitjng e I ;erts hi. thr iwrit, ul prove thm'. the e'gnatnre ff the tepr b bM j t re: r if-at of the late preoid'n'. i Tbe ie?lr M fron the tomH -n Nrw ork. mhrrf Mrs P.'i-kett s lmpri ne4 fi.Uowirg rowf'url of t'je evu 1 , : -! t,j t'e t. v-a ; i'.tju aa fraWkitau T06 LATE TO CLASSIFY. TENEMENT TO RENT -With trn. r drn. etc; appy to Nelson LaRwhe! lr. Btrr. J0U" WANTED By 7wn Udjr, sraduat nt hpaulrflnt hih rhn4. positina as itni. rphr: nldm. "B". Time, oflic. JOW rOR SALE - FouirW old nir ; Don V. Camp, 'phom 8-Y. 10W FOR SALE Bnrs k-rl. Wwt yer"s nml f4: prtrt $16; attdrma "H", car. nt Tiitw. l!tl FOR SAI.E Ford uiurina car witk surter; fii.lmern tourinr: Ccls. Mn-paien rer; all in fln enndlttoa : Njr Motor Co . inr. loetf FOR SALE-Mllfslakir !.7; mU'CTJ-W. if SHINGLES New Brunswick Second Clears Special 5 per cent dis count for cash, while unloading Friday and Saturday. Allen Lumber Company oney New Clover Honey, just in, per carton. .......... .40c Jars and Jar Rings We are making a special 10c reduction on Jars in dozen lots; cash and carry. This offer will be with drawn when present supply is sold. Atlas Lightning Top Jars, pints, per doz. . . . .,.$1.10 Atlas Lightning Top Jars, quarts, per dozen. .$1.20 Atlas Lightning Top Jars, 2-quart, per dozen. .$1.35 Wear Jars, pints. ..... .$1.50, quarts. . $1.65 Good Luck Jar Rubbers, per dozen ...10c; 3 Doz. 25c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Baked Beans, Saturday, qt., 20c; Brown Bread 10c Silver Cake, special for Saturday, each ...15c Ladd's Cream Sponge Cakes, a big value 15c Ladd's Cream Bread; at the store, two loaves. .23c MEAT DEPARTMENT Fresh ground Hamburg, western, lb, 15c; 2 lbs. 25c Beef Sausage, Saturday, lb '.15c; 2 lbs. 25c Legs of real Spring Lamb, lb 45c New Cabbage, Squash and String Beans. No. 1 size Corned Beef 15c; No. 2 size... .25c Two lbs., net weight Roast Beef . . .25c FISH DEPARTMENT More Sword Fish, Halibut and Mackerel for Sat urday. Two boxes Sardines for 25c Let U3 help you make up your Sunday lunch. w The F. D. Ladd Co.