THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESpAY. AUGUST 30, 1921.
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"Name Your Own Price Sale"
The Last Week
One week of this Special Sale of Three Hundred Pieces of
Furniture has gone. About one-half of the pieces has been sold
at very low prices; so low, in fact, that we have lost money on
many of the transactions. We are willing to take this loss in order
to clean up and reduce our stock so that some alterations in our
store can be made without delay.
We are still putting special emphasis on Dining Room Furni
ture. This lasts until next Wednesday. If there is anything in
that line that you need now, or will need in the near future,,
come in and place your bid.
Mahogany Dining Room Suite of Nine Pieces. Oak and Ma
hogany China Closets. Oak Dining Tables and Dining Chairs, in
Brown and Black Leather.
Rugs in all sizes. Axminsters, Wiltons and Velvets. Patterns
are of the best. Small size Rugs, 27x54, 27x60 and 36x72-a size
for every need. - i -
A few very choice Laces in Scrims and Marquisettes, in White
and Biege. . Rockers and Chairs, separately or in pairs. Suites
of all kinds. . - '
B. W. Hooker & Co.
14 and 16 North Main Street.
Always the First To Give the Public W hat It Wants.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THIS PICTURE
To Be Presented at the Magnet Theatre
Under the Auspices of ,
The American Legion
Wednesday, Aug. 31, -'21
,w " 'Afternoon and Evening. Regular Admission
Re-enacted By Members f This Famous
Battalion of the 77th Division
Procure ycur Tickets from Canvassers; Also at
Cummings& Lewis and Drown's Drug Stores, and
Jos. Merlo General Store.
ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES
Goes the Price of Flour
We are unloading a car of Flour and it is to your
advantage. Note the following cash and carry
.All Round Flour
GILT EDGE, one-eighth bbl. sack $1.00
GILT EDGE, one-fourth bbl. sack $1.93
WHITE HOUSE, one-eighth bbL sack $1.20
WHITE HOUSE, one-fourth bbL sack. $2.33
WHITE ROSE, one-eighth bbl sack 95c
WHITE ROSE, one-fourth bbl. sack . . $1.83
If you do not bake your own bread you will enjoy
electrically baked Bread.
The W. D. Smith Company Inc.
Mrs. Thom Hapley and little son
went to Frampton, l'.Q., last week to
spend a month with relatives.
Mrs. V. K. Lappin and son. Gran
don, returned to t.'ieir home l.i irinj?-
field, Mass., yesterday, after isiting
relative here several wee.s.
Mr. and Mrs. George Coxon of hin
near's Mill., T. Q., are visiting the
former's brother, . J. Coxon.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Yei of Xew
Haven, Conn., are visiting ai Vernrn
Weir' a. .
Ldward Nerney of Baltimore, Md ,
arrived here yesterday t visit his
brother. Thomas and L. U. erney.
Rev. W. J. M. Beattie of Knosbura
Falls was in town Sunday and
preached at the Episcopal church in
Mr. and Mrs. AYarren Carpenter aud
Van Carpenter of North Kandolpb. are
visiting friends here for a Icjt days.
Notice to Taxpayers.
You are berebv notified that Thurs
day, the first day of .September, is the
last day yon can pay your taxes to
the town treasurer ana save discount
and costs of collection a no taxes will
be received bv the treasurer after that
dale. Clark Sibley, treasurer.
Social dance at S. and D. of L. hall
Saturday eveninjr, Sept. 3. Danona
from 8 until lz; two-piece orchestra.
r.rnest rol'm. Hoof n.ana;rw. aa
I. L. H. Osbtree, chiropractor, of
Barre will be in Vi;nId Mnndav.
Wednesdays and Fridays at I p. m
at the home of F.ichard Frown.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Bunnell dance to-night, 9 to 12:30,
Howls nd halL adv.
Mrs. Rosins. Boucher of Barton was
operated upon at the City hospital to
Legion members attend the meet
ing to-night. Business of importance.
Fred B. Thomas " of Montpelier,
state's attorney, was a business visitor
in town yesterday.
We have a new Ford with complete
extra equipment, driven 19 miles.
Old? mobile Co. of Vt. adv.
Miss Eldo Lotti of 30 Third street
underwent an operation for appendi
citis at the City ho.-piul last night.
Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell of 95 Sum
mer street underwent a serious oper
ation at the City hospital this morning.
Robert B. Jones, superintendent of
the Jones Bros. Co., returned yester
day from a business trip of a few days
Sadlier, 10 Keith avenue, will con
tinue his special sale of baby carriages,
Gold Seal congoleum rugs, etc., until
Sept. 5. adv.
E. M. Tobin of Academy street, su
perintendent of the Trow & Holden
Co., is spending his vacation at the St
Bernard club, P. Q.
James Levie of Hill street returned
to his duties yesterday at the Gran
ite Savings Bank and Trust Co., after
his week's vacation.
Miss Sylvia Riexi of Xorth Main
street commenced her week's .vacation
yesterday from her duties at the Peo
ples National bank.
Miss Jennie Aimi of 7 Elm wood ave
nue is taking her annual vacation from
duties, in the YV. D. Smith Co.' store
on North Main street.
Mis Mildred Marrion of North Main
street resumed her duties at the Drown
pharmacy following her week' vaca
tion spent at Joe's pond.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Marin of Laurel
street have left for Nherbrooke, P. Q..
where they will stay for a week and
attend the" fair, which starts there this
A. E. VTalbrun, a retail monument
dealer from Denver, Col., arrived in
Barre yesterday to spend a few days,
going "through the various granite
Alex Aitken, jr., of Quiney, Mass.,
arrived in the citv Sundav night and
is passing a few days at the home of
his grandmother, Mrs. Jane Phillips,
of 95 Currier street.
John B. Maenachl of the Presbrer-
I eland Co.. has returned to his home
on Foster street, after having spent
the greater part ot tne summer at ins
camp on Woodbury lake.
Mrs. Fred Oomo. who has been
spending the summer with her par-
ents, Mr. ana Mrs. oames rv.
Tirie, of Graniteville, leaves shortly
for her home in North Carolina,
Rev. W. J. M. Beattie of East Berk
shire, formerly rector of the Church
of the (iood " Shepherd in Barre, is
spending a few days here with friends,
before leaving lor a snort stay in wen-
A meetine of the members of all the
committees in connection with the
Community houte will be held at the
Community house Tuesday evening at
7 o'clock. Every member la expected
to be present.
Another customer reports, "I will
have to have two 35x5 cord tires for
my rer wheels very soon and shall
use Empires, as I have received abso
lute satisfaction from these tires." The
N. D. Phelpa Co., Inc. adv.
E. A. Prindle offers his 14-room,
three-story residence, at 35 Keith ave
nue for sale; would make a fancy
rooming and boarding house or might
be used for light housekeeping apart
ments. Will sell furnished if desired.
A lady visiting friends says: "Par's -
ian Sage is the best thing I have ever
used to make mv hair wavy, lustrous
and abundant. It keeps away all
dandruff and stops itching. E. A.
Drown sells it on money back plan.
At last you may buy happiness! Get
it in a box of Bitro-Phosphate at E. A.
Drown 4 Co.'s drug store. Gain weight
and vigor. Be robnt and healthy, en
joy restful sleep, a good appetite and
youthful nergy. Guaranteed for in
crea.ed weight and nerve quiet. adv.
Mushrooms seem to be the style
along Woodstock mountain, judging
from the bunch one of Barre t citizen
brought back Sunday. Without going
on the mountain even, about a hundred
pounds of this delicious food was pro
cured. The priae winner for lite was a
plant of four or five pounds.
Miss Ola Cavagnaro of Buffalo, N
W accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Cavscnaro, also of that citv, are tour
ing New England, and during their
stay in this part of the country are
stopping at tne home of Mrs. Charles
Bianchi of Wellington street. They
will stay in the city for two weeks
There will be a special meeting of
the directors and the district chair
man of the Granite Manufacturers a
sociation Wednesday morning at 9:30
There will bo representatives present
of the Associated Industries of Ver
mont,' Inc. and discussion will be in
order as to the possibility of a Barre
granite exhibit t the Eatm States
exposition in Springfield, Mase., next
A foot and a half drop in a cement
walk, at one of the darkest corners on
the street proves to be a source of
continued anxiety for the inhabitants
on the upper part o' Eat street, whore
frost and other causes have broken
the walk and let one end drop till
it is a big step below the other part
As the walk is on quite a slant, the
Amcjer is all the greater. raturdy
night out-of-town people erere visit
ing in that part of the toV- "J when
thy returned, one of bj.i, an elderly
woman, uneonecioa of the state of the
walk, stepped off into thin air and fell
face forward onto her" knees. Luckily
she was not injured. Residents tbre
have lesrned to steer around the br-ek.
but to foreign travelers in the Bight
there is a big possibility.
Bunnell dance to-night, 9 to 1:.V,
How land halt adv.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Bunnell danoe to-nieht, 9 to 12:30,
Howland hall. adv.
Aiinmolil lluorc. Rnecial nrices for
fairs, including Sherbrooke fair. Tel.
Remember the dance at Greenwood
lake pavilion Wednesday, Aug. 31. A
good time. At Woodbury. adv. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Badger of Park
street returned last night to their
home after a month's outing at Joe s
TiivMnc anti Npwp.ll AnPWin rf
Beckley street accompanied Harry Tar-
box to Woodbury pona ana win stay
there a week or two with him.
Lester F. Sanborn and son, Maynard,
of Washington street have left on an
auto trip for the White mountains and
will beleone three or lour day a.
All Legion men wishing to go to
the state convention at Rutland Sept
8-7 should be at tne meeting io-uigi.
at 7:30 in the club rooms. adv.
Henry Daniels, who ha been tour
ing around the country in Massachu
setts and Canada, is stopping for a
week or two with friends in Barre. ,
Jnst got in a new shipment of Boston
school bags, bought at a low price, sold
at a low price. Call; we will save you
money. Lander's Cigar store. adv.
H. B. Andrew of Highgate spent a
few days with friends in the city, leav
ing for Burlington last night, where
he will stay a short time before going
to his home.
Miss Frances Nelson, assistant secre
tary of the Granite Manufacturers'
association, and Miss Mildred MoGue,
a stenographer at the Oldsmobile
agency on North Main ttreet, are
spending their two weeks' vacation in
Edward S. Pierce and family have re
turned to their home at 41 Curri-r
street after an extended tour through
the New England states. They covered
from Maine to Connecticut, going in all
about eight hundred miles. Mr. Pierce
has resumed duties in the Barre cream
ery. The office of Superintendent C. H.
White and Principal Lyman C. Hunt
will be open each morning this week
from 8:30 to 11:30 and each after
noon this week, except Saturday, from
1:30 to 4. They will be glad to con
sult with parents and pupils relative
to school work.
A four nf the hich-crrade nianos that
can be purchased from the Bailey
Music rooms are as follows; Ivers
P,nt Strlii.cr f,-Phail. Henrv F. Mil
ler. Knabe. We are also agents for the
Victor victrolas ana victor recorus.
in Pearl street, iust a few step from
the Magnet theatre. adv.
Tk. Kr which destroyed the old
barn on Willev street last Thursday
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night was still Durning wnen nome oi
the firemen went down yesterday. All
the wooden part of the structure is
burned, but the hay which filled the
building is still smouldering, and will
probably keep it up for three or four
Tinc or over vounir neoDle trot
last nicht on east hill about
9 o'clock and went far into the coun
try for a corn roast. It was a fiue
corn roaxt all but the corn. The cows
will find that wtrewn around some
where to-day. During the excitement
nn. iniintr man fell over a cliff, some
what in the manner of a moviesiar.
and sustained a badly lacerated Knee
to that he had to be taken home.
A rsnr niovalV eveninff WSS PHSSC.1
t Sa knma nV Mrs. Peter Cassidv last
evening. About 60 neighbors and other
friendi gathered together ana toon
n.iwtiinn nf the house while she was
away on an auto ride. Mra. Mary
Angus, in behalt oi tnose present, in
few well-chosen words, presented Mr.
Caaaidy a beautiful leather traveling
bag. The recipient feelingly replied.
The evening was spent with piano
solos, singing and stories.
Mr. Annie (Scniti Julian of Pleas
ant street returned yesterday noon to
her nome alter passing me awmiiiri
Camp Locheam at Fairlee Lake, in
Fair lee, where sh has been in charge
of the dining-room at the camp. She
waa accompanied back by her daugh
ters, Madine and lsabelle, the latter
of whom aerved as a cook mere cur
ing the summer. Camp Locheam is a
girls' aummer resort, most of this year's
crowd coming from New Jersey. There
were no other Barre giris tnere.
George Maniatty's fruit store in tbe
Mascott building on North Main street
was burglarised last night when some
one ripped out the wire screen in a
window facing th alleyway on the
north side of the building and crawled
into the store. Cash aeemea to I
the object of the search but the in
truder got but little as Mr. Maniatty
had removed all except one dollar in
nickles and 70 cents in pennies from
the cash register, me reirisier nisviiiK
Kn loft nnen. The biirclar may haxe
taken some of the fruit and othr
eatables in the store, but he passed
up wearing apparel hanging on books
in the rear of tbe store. The burglar
went out the rear door. Police ascribe
the robbery to a boy.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Bunnell dance to-night, 9 to 12:30,
Howland hall. adv. .
Cars washed and polished for $1-50 f
at Oliver's Battery Station. adv.
Public dance, Memorial hall, Stowe,
Thursday, Sept. 1 ; Carroll's orchestra, i
Smoke "St. A. Specials," superior d-1
gars. Union made. All dealers. Kay-,
mond uuyette, mir., Bt. Aioans, vim
Joseph Cavano, formerly a resident
of Barre and now engaged in soap man
ufacturing in Philadelphia, is spending
a few days here as the guost of Carlo
Merlo of Granite street.
Something new in boarding house
ritual was established last night wh-sn
Mrs. Leona Pitkin of Jefferson street
acted as nostess to ner numerous,
boarders at a corn roast on the Cur-1
tis Baldwin farm grounds in Plain
field. Five cars, heavily loaded, pulled
out of Barre m tae eariy evening, re
turning only when the corn waa eat
en, all the marshmallows toasted, and
numerous sandwiches had gone their
Homer C. Ladd, Arthur E. Camp
bell, Robert B. Mackie and Golda H.
Douglas, all of Barre, yesterday at
tended the funeral of Edward Smith
in Cabot, as representatives of the lo
cal order of the Knights of Pythias.
The service waa held at the Cabot
church and was largely attended. Both
ih Tiarwipk- and Marehfield Pvthian
lodges were in attendance, and a spe
cial Pythian service was conducted by
the latter, w. U. ana Jienry J. nmiin,
aim f tlirro were nrexent in an Vn-
oflicial capacity. Mr. Smith and his
regular Thursday trips to Barre, wnicn
bars extended over a period of thirty
years or more with exceptional regu
larity, will be mtssea oy many oi ms
Body of Pvt. Harry McAllister Brought
Overseas Burial in Irasville.
The body of Harry McAllister ar
KarnrHav morni?ic under military
escort from Hoboken to Middlesex and
was met by his mother ana ner nusoana
and taken to the Perkins undertaking
parlor in Waterbnry, where it rested
in the flag drapea metallic casnei uuui
ts',,nrlo v whon severaf members of the
American Legion. Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
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McAllister and Mrs. v. w. flcni"'"-'
in (7arrhiirv in escort the body
to the Irasville eemetery. where it was
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laid to rest Deaiae me mwiei, uiun
MnAlliur Th hearers were six Lemon
men,' Herbert Smith, Leon Joslin. Lewis
Scnski, Guy Bovce, I'hilip isisoee mm
Walter Gavlord. Rev. W- A. Renielc had
charge of the services.
The relatives who were present irom
. u . v.,. Mr inH Mrs. A. L. Bohonon
from South Royalton, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Bohonon and child from onn
fi.M .Tnhn nH C.oorvr Carev from
Montpelier, besides a large number of
sympathizing friends from Waitsfield
Mrs. McAllister received word Nov.
,ii .t tk. Ammti whil in action. Oct.
it nf her sm H enlisted in head
quarters company. -Jd Rcgt. Mai's. Inf.,
June 1U1U. ana went to tm
y.a n irAnr u-liorp h aerved until Nov.
4, 1016. He was called back into the'
service March 2.", 1917. He served witn
, V.Honal f;nard Until AtlTU&t of the
same year and was then drafted into
the federal service. Alter oniy a. irw
u-.L.' training in Snrinirfield. in Co.
C of the 104 Regt. Inf., he sailed
Oct. 4, 1H17, for overseas, tie waa in
the trenches nine months, "over the
top " several times and gassed once.
He was rankea as nrst-ciaas
Private McAllister waa born in
Waitnticld, June, 1918. He was an only
son and an only grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. McAllister, who have both
looked forward to having their grand
son's body brought from overseas and
laid in their family lot.
Harry was a general favorite and
made mnay friends wherever he went.
Ha .nrviv.il Kv hia mother and
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gtandparents in Waitsfield, and his
grandmother, -Mrs. .ancy varry oi
South Rovalton. Mr Carey and his
grandfather, Mr. McAllister, were un
able to attend the funeral services, ow
ing to ill health.
Eleven Leirion men and one G. A. re
member were present. The flowers were
manv and very beautiful, coming from
the Eastern Star lodge. American Le
gion and several frirnds and relatives.
Mrs. D. S. Arnold, driving her load
ster. with two friends Sunday evening,
was left in the road near 1). W. IsiuV
and the party of three walked borne
to the village. A Urge nail punctured
H. M. Shepard, driving the Gra
iiam truck yesterday in Royalton,
stopped suddenly when an al broke
and C. O. Spaiilding was called aud
towed the truck to the villas.
Mr. and Mra. Eugene Rockwood of
Clinton. Mass., cam yesterday to visit
at Fred A. Norton's.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Carter bar
begun light housekeeping at George A.
J. H. Miller and Miss Katherine Mill
er of Springfield, Mass- joined Mrs.
Miller Sunday at M. N. Kendall's.
Yesterday morning, Mr. and Mrs, Ken
dull, Mr. and Mrs. Miller went for
few days' yisit in Hinesburg.
for Early Fall Wear
Jnst the hting for school wear before it is time
for the heavy winter coat.
NAVY, TAN, COPEN, SERGE, COVERT
$7.98 to $13.50 3 to 7
Opening Price ..QQ QQ
Some exceptional values in Coats for school wear,
not to heavy for present use.
NAVY, COPEN, SERGE
$16.50 8, 10, 12
Opening Price tpU.O
Bunnell danr- to-nigiit. 9 to
Holi.J hsii. J'.
Dance at Worcester town ball Thurs
day, f-ept. 1 . Zrt'-- I-tint-wUr orcUes
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The Red Gross
Begins Sept. 6-12
Civil Service or
vr . nri Mr. .Tnhn Davis and Miss
Ninu were visitors Sunday at George
Knowlee in f-ai Koxmirv.
DVed Davis returned to hk home in
Concord, N. H.,' Friday.
Charles Trime waa in Cabot batur-
Mrs. Christopher entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Smcad and nephew, Still
man .lore, and Mr. Carter of Bethel
Sunday. Mr. Carter remained tor a
About 100 friends anrt re ra tires jrave
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Blanchard a
farewell reception Thursday eveninp.
A (rood time was enjoyed and cake and
coffee were servea. v ncu me guraia
thev left their wish lor
good luck in their trip sooth.
Mrs. Howard rorter ana am chil
dren of Ticonderoca, N. V-, are quests
of her parents, Mr. and Mra. J. VV.
Dentist will be at Kast Corinth
Thursday, Sept. 1. -adv.
E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be at
A. A. Gove's store Thursday, Sept. I.
Call and have your eyes examined
Note change of date. adv.
Florence Prescott Keenan, teacher of
voice and piano; special attention to
children and beginner. adv.
Bnnnell dance to-night, 9 to 12:30,
Howland hall. adv.
Hotel Association Members to Gather
at Lake Bomoseen.
The fall meeting of the Hotel Asso
ciation of Vermont will be held at
Lake Bomoseen Sept. 9, and through
the courtesy of the managers of three
hotels there, members, their families
and friends are invited to remain over,
that night as their guests.
Luncheon will be served at 1 p. m.'
at Cedar Grove and meeting for the
discussion of plans will follow at 3
o'clock at the Trospcct house. At :3rt
a banquet will be served at the latter
hotel, with after-dinner addresses by
several speakers. James P. Taylor,
secretary of the Burlington Chamber of
commerce, will preside at the banquet.
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IEA RICHABDSOX. PRIX
Tbones 317 M; M.
L O. O. r. Bid.
Special Wednesday A. M. Sale
HADDOCK, 2 lbs
Cut to fry bake, boil or chowder.
For pickling and for the every day use ask' for
Stickney & Poor's Spices.
Black Pepper, Cassia, All-Spice and Ginger each 10c
1,4-lb. of White Mixed Spices, each 10c
Cinnamon Bark, Yellow and Black Mustard,
White Allspice, Cassia Buds, Thyme, Marjoran and
Mace, in fact everything you may need.
Pure Cider Vinegar, per gallon .- .40c
We expect some plums for preserving this week.
Don't wait too long.
3 Doz. Good Luck pure gum Rubbers
Pint Preserving Jars $1.10; Quarts $1.20
Watch for a Special Trade on Fish Wednesday
The F. D. Ladd Co.
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