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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BAltKE, VT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1921.
5 The Newest in Quality Floor Coverings Neponset Washable, Durable, Sanitary, New Pat terns for Bedrooms and every room in the house. Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs in new Patterns. Complete line in all sizes. B.W.Hooker&Co. UKDBltTAKBM BEST UP-TO-DAT1 MOTOR AHBULANCZ 8KB VI CI Ctty nt mm M hmrm Mrm ibHIuhi mmno oalla m tenia. TJl)hti 17-W. y VllALUMINUM TALK OF THE TOWN 1" 8 Quart R-eservuKeW 1 Ladle Regular I-FruitFunnel S3 20 470 Pieces of Mirro Aluminum Ware just received. Come in and make your choice while our stock is complete. The assortment of fine utensils in our display includes Coffee Pots, Percola tors, Teakettles, Teapots, Sauce Pans, Double Boilers, Frying Pans, Roast ers, and many small articles of con venience. We also have a few of those iy2 quart straight Sauce Pans at 49c, value $1.10. The 8-quart Preserving Set is a BAR GAIN. The N.D.Phelps Co. iss Phone 28-29 Barre, VL We Have J Reliable Alamo Engines J on nana ior ngnt or neavy worn; o ana t n. p. ior j I sawing, threshing or cutting ensilage. . " . L. B. Dodge, Barre, Vt. I I Fresh Opened OYSTERS Per Pint 50 cents COD, IL4LIBUT, HADDOCK, SWORDFISH, SALMON, MACKEREL, LOBSTERS, CLAMS All kinds of Salt Fish. Canned Fish for vour salads. Include them in your order Doughnuts fried in lard. Electrically baked Bread. TtoW. D. Smi Company'lnc. A. L. Batchelder of Keene, KT. H., Is in town on three or four days' busi fteas stay. Miss Lillie Beattie of Ilaverliill, Mas., is in Barre visiting relative and friends. W. E. Fiske of Altoona, Pa., in vis iting at the home of. E. G. Wells on East street, ,. A nice selection of French pattern hats and tailored hats. Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurol street. adv. Mr. "and Mrs. William Miers and their two children of Haverhill, Mas., are visiting in town. Joseph Cano left yesterday for Westerly, R. I., where he will pass a week with relatives. Edward Owens of this city has pur chased lot No. 23 on French street I from the bankrupt estate of F. G. How- land. Dr. and Mrs. John IT. Woodruff of East street are passing a two weeks' vacation near the St. Bernard club, P- Q- Friday, Sid Chaplin will be shown in the "special Paramount attraction, "King, Que., Joker," at the Park fhe atre. adv. Miss Alice Buzzi has completed du ties at the Shea shoe store on North Main street, after working there for a short time. Mrs. John Gray of Maple avenue re turned yesterday, after spending a few days in' the White mountains at Beth lehem, N. H. Secretary Bradley wishes to state that the green posters put out yester- j day have nothing to do with dollar day in Harm. Knight Taft, automobile repair ing. Work done on all cars, satis faction guaranteed. 159 South Main street. Tel. 747-W. adv. Miss Mildred Spear, who has been spending the summer at St. Albans point, has returned to Barre to resume her studies at the high school. Mis Ruth Sowden of tastern ave nue returned to Hartford, Conn., Mon day, where she enters upon her second year as teacher in the public schools. Miss Ethel Ducharme of South Main street has returned to her work in Burlington, after spending the first of the week with her parents in the city. Mr. and Mrs. George Brown retnrn-d yesterday to their home on South Main street, after having spent a few dayi at Enosburg Falls as the guests of relative. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Trombley and daughter, who have been visiting friendti in Barre for a few days, re turned to their home in St. Albans yesterday. Joseph Merley is taking a twe weeks' vacation from duties in the Lane-Davis vulcanizing shop on North Main street and his place is being taken tem porarily by Peter Ia belie. Edward Smith of St. Albans, who was arrested Tuesday night on a charge of intoxication, was sentenced to serve 72 days in the county jail at Montpelier by' Judge Elwin L. Scott yesterday. William Gilbertson, formerlv a resi dent of Barre and one time leader of the Barre band, who has been employed for a considerable time in Springfield, and has also been leader of the band there, is spending a few days in Barre with friends. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Harold Ennis, Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, jr., and Mrs. A. M. Hill of Newport, R. I., who hat been visiting at the home of Mr. n nia, motored through the White moun tains over the holiday, stopping a while with relatives in Bethlehem. Mrs. Katherine Lawliss and daugh ter, Clara, who were called to Hol yoke. Mans., by the death of the for mer's sister. Miss Effie C Wolfe, re turned home Tuesday, having spent the months of July and August with her sister, Mr. George D. Stalker, in camp at Laurel park, Northampton, Mass. The victorious Barre hose team, which copid first honors at Benning ton Monday, celebrated their victory last night by staging a ihort but snappy parade from the flre station to the lower end of North Main tivt and bark again. Fire Chief Heney led the way in his red war chariot, the latter surmounted" by a bass drum and seeral willing drummers. The hose team, drawing their hoe cart followed. A false alarm hih had rung the Depot square signal drew a large crowd to Main street and assured a good reception to the runner. A quiet wedding took plac Sept. 5 at 0 o'clock in St. Anne's church, En field, N. H., when Father Pendergsst united in marriage Misa Mary Emily Sayah, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Wil ford Sayah of Barre, to Marshall Hen ry Murray of Waterbury, Conn. The bride was dreased in hrown silk, with hat to match, and carried a prayer book. She wa attended by her sister, Anna Sayah of Barre, who wore hrown crepe de chine and hat to match. The groom was attended by his brother, Frank Murray of Waterbury, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Murray left on the nooi train for their honeymoon trip to the groom's home in Waterbury. The members of the Meadow Brook Golf club were out in larpe numbers on Labor day, due to the fine weather and in view of the club championship which starts neit Saturday in the fore noon. A team match was engaged in by two trams of 20 players a side, captained by Wtllia.n MrKenzie and David Henderson, the losing side to pay for an Italian supper, to he heM later. After some eieiting times, it was found that the McKenzie side had won by si matches to four and earned the tight to be guneta of the Hender son side at a date to be arranged. In the afternoon, it was the ladir' chance in a mixed foursome, when tome 10 matches started off. the winner being D. Henderson and Mr. D. M Donald, first; C. Bissett and Miss G. Ander son, second, and Mrs. Cow re and Gel latly, third. The club ha also ar ranred a club mat-h with the Hard wick club, those going being allowed to play their qualifying round in the championship throughout the week. It i earne;lir hoped that all members will be at the tee in good time on Sat urday. The course is in fine condi tion through the excellent work done by the greenskeeper, J. Ellin, who ha worked hard all throurh the dry spell for the benefit of the club. TALK OF THE TOWN Cars washed and polished for $150 at Oliver's Battery Station. adv. Ernest Cillcy of West Topsham ia visiting friends and relatives in town. A meeting of , St. Andrew's club cn Friday, Sept. 9, at 8 p. m. Full attend ance is requested. William Fraser, sec. Retrular meeting of the I. O. O. L., M. U., will be held in K. of P. hall Friday evening, Sept. 9, at 7 o'clock. Essex touring car for hire at rea sonable prices. H. P. Bradbury, 123 Washington street. Tel. 641-M. adv. John B. Kelley of Liberty street ie turned to-day to his home, after an extended business trip through the New England statei. Misa Rosabelle Shannon haa returned to her home on Kirk street, after pass ing the summer at Old Orchard, Me., where she haa been working. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Carswell and two children of Orange street returned to Barre Tuesday after a few days' visit with friends In Montreal. All bills contracted by the Central Labor union for the Labor day picnic should be sent at once to W, H. Eagsr at the Houghton 4 Robins store. Canning Hinman of Orange street has left for Burlington, and intends to make his home there. Mr. Hinman came here leas than a year ago from Burlington. Mrs. Forest Day and children, Gor don and Glendon, have returned to Barre, after spending the summer with her husband in East Dorset, where Mr. Day is employed cn the federal road. You can get some real bargains in ladies' boots' and oxfords at the Sam ple Shoe store, corner East State and Cedar streets, Montpelier, any Satur day afternoon and other times by ap pointment. 'Phone after 4 p. m., 619 M, Montpelier. adv. Roy A. Bloom of Omaha, Neb.', who has been here a week representing the well known retail monument firm of J. F. Bloom & Co. of that city, re turned to hi home yesterday. During his brief stay in Barre he placed sev eral orders for monumental work. Miss Doris Lehigh, daughter of Rev. B. J. Lehigh, pastor of the First Bap tist church in this city, left Barre yes terday to enter upon a position cs teacher in the primary department of the school for the deaf in Malone. N. V., where her aunt, Miss Amy L. Hug gard, is the assistant principal. Miss Lehigh was accompanied by her aunt, who has been spending the summer in Barre, also by her mother. Mrs. Le high will remain in Malone some time, hoping to benefit her health, which has been greatly impaired for the past year. WOMEN WHO WOULD RECOVER STRENGTH RANDOLPH Mrs. Etta Fraser, who has been at her home in Windsor for a few daya, returned here for a time on Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon of Trenton, N. J., have come to pa two weeks with Mrs. Clara Prince. Miss Marguerite Thomas, who ia also from Trenton, aft er passing a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Thomas, left Wed nesday for Trenton to resume her work. Mrs. Mary Saxton and her daughter, Misa Lucina Saxton, of Keene, N. H., after several weeks here with Mr. and Mra. A. H. Beedle, returned to their home on Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Dales, who was in White River Junction over Sunday and Mon day with her sister, Misa King, haa re turned borne. Mrs. Mabel Wheller, after passing several weeks here with Judge Rowell, left Wednesday for Boston, and after a short stay in the city, will go to San Francisco to join a friend there. Mrs. Morrison, who baa been en tertaining her son and wife, from New York, left here Wednesday, ac companied by them, for their home, and will visit them and another son before her return home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. At wood, after passing the summer at Caspian Lake at Greensboro, have come here for a short stay after which they will go to Washington, D. C, where Mr. At wood haa a government position. Miss A. C. Northrop of New York City, who has been with her brother, O. i Northrop, and wife, left Wednea day for New York, where she has taught for many years and will at one take up her work. Mrs. Ernest Hatch and son, George llath, who have been in Manchester, N. 1., for a ten day's visit, have re turned home. Miss Iris Bock ia in Lebanon, N. H.. thia week with relative and friends. N. (.'. Buck visited the Hardwirk and East Hardwirk Odd Fellows lodges on Tuesday night, thia being his official visitation. Should Try the Tonic Treatment That Mrs. Bentley Sujget- Mrs. William Bentley of ' No. 545 Arch street, New Britain, Conn., was in a condition that is common with many women who are growing weaker and more nervous every day and can not recover their strength. She says: "The birth of my child left my sys tem all run-down and my general health broken. It seemed each day that my house work was more than I had the strength to do. My nerves were on edge most of the time and very often I had hard headaches. I worried over small things and had no appetite. I be came pale and lost some weight. -One day I read about Dr. Williams Pink Fills in the newspaper and bought a box. By the time I had used the first box I was eating heartily and feeling no much better that I determined to keep up the treatment. Very soon I found that I no longer had headaches, was not worrying and that I could do my work with no very great effort. I think that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a wonderful tonic and have often rec ommended them for cases similar to my own." The headaches and backaches disap pear like magic when thin, blood is made rich and red. This is due to the new strength and vigor that the re vitalized blood supplies to the nerves. Tired women everywhere should give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a trial. Dr. Williams Pink Pills are sold by all druggists, or direct from the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y., at sixty cents per box, postpaid. Write to-day for a copy of the free booklet, "Building Up the Blood." Adv. GRANITEVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Reuben King and fam ily, accompanied by Miss Eloise Bailey and George King, left Wednesday morning by automobile to spend a few days in Boston. M. M. Maclver is spending this week in Fitchburg, Mass., and Hartford, Conn., with relatives. Mrs. Rebecca Cunrans has returned home from Hartford, Conn'., where she has been for several months. Mrs. Martha Carnell is spending a few days in town for the purpose of selling her household goods, after which she will go to Great Barrington, Mass., where sne will make her home. Mrs. A. Ogston and Miss Hazel of Springfield, Mass., are visiting rela tives here. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. MacDonald re turned home yesterday after a short rtrip to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. AJdrich and Mr. and Mrs. Albert AJdrich returned home , l .t.i ... T , ,..L. ! spending the week end and holiday with relatives. Harold Carey has returned home, after spending the summer at Old Or chard, Me. WILLUMSTOWN Frank A. Brockway, chief electrician 1 U. fc. A., has been granted a furlough, which he is spending with his family in town. Superintendent M. A. Outland was In Chelsea the 6th on school business, makinar calls on all the schools in town, aa well as on two local teachers on the way over and back. Mrs. Lillian Winchester has returned from New York. Clayton O. Spencer spent a day or two in town after a stay of a week in Littleton, N. H., and is now in Barre with hiB father, Maynard R. Spencer. He expects to return the latter part of the week to Syracuse university, N. Y. Charles U. Sivright, George P. Frost, George Gordon and F. A. Brockway at tended the Elks clambake, held at La cole, Quebec, on Labor day. Miss Clark, commercial teacher, and Miss Camp, domestic science teacher, are to be with Miss Gertrude Martin this fall. Mrs. Ashton Holt and daughter, Elizabeth Ann., have returned to their home in Springfield, Mass., after spend ing the summer with relatives in Wil liamstown and Barre. Schools in town opened Tuesday, Sept. 6, with a larger number in at tendance at the village than usual, an enrollment of 73 being reported in the junior-senior high school. Hiram S. Drury went to Woodstock, N. H., to visit relatives last Saturday and returned on Tuesday. Substitute carrier C. H. Wilfore covered the route on the 6th. Robert Clogston of route No. 1 vis ited relatives in Bradford on Labor day and stayed over one day on account of the illness of his wife. Hie route was covered on the 6th by substitute car rier R. S. Jeffords. Mrs. Etta M. Covell, who has been employed in Washington, D. C, fir the past four years, has arrived in town for a short vacation. Benson and daughter, Dorothy, who have been vis iting their dauehter and sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Carl Robinson, have returned to their home in Derry, N. H. I am now ready to receive pupils of any grada in the study of music. I shall be glad to explain the work I offer to those interested at any time. Mrs. Outland, studio at the Walker homestead. ad v. EAST BARRE Users of water in flre district No. 1 are cautioned about careless waste as the water supply is the lowest of the year at present. adv. Card of Thanks. gratitude to all my friends and neighbors who were so kind and thoughtful to me during my recent illness. Agnes D. MacKenzie. I wish to express my g jt:.- Almost Uabeiieyable You can hardly realize the wonderful im. provrment to your skin rid complexion your mirror will reveal to you after isingGouraud'sOricntal Cream for the first lima. StnJ 15c for Trial Stt FERD. T. HOPKINS SON New York Could Hardly Straighten Up. When the kidneys are overworked or disordered and fail to throw out waste matter from (he system, it causes aches, pains, lame back, swollen an kles, sore joints, dizainesa, floating specks, etc. J. W. Seabock, Chester, Pa., writes: "My kidneys and back hurt me so when I got ont of bed in the morn ing I could hardly straighten up. Had to rub the small of my back before I rould walk. I could hardly button my shoes. I haven't felt the soreness sines I took Foley Kidney Pills. Sold every where. adv.. I Barre Town notice. To tsxpsver of the ton r.f Bsnv: Sept. 9 i the lt oy in which to py nnr te. E. H. Nerney, town tre Stories of Student Work and Business Success Case (bl Young I-ady, H. S. senior. Dropped behind -her class tarongti illness. Teachera too busy to assist in make-Dp work. Completed course mith us. Employed in one of the State Departments. Ce (c) Young man, H. S. Com mercial graduate. One of the best. Wanted to put bis short hand upon working basis. Took our review. Went dim-fly Into departmental service in Washington. Fail Term Begins Sept. 6-1 2 Montpelier Business School ISA RICHARDS05, PKET. Phones 517-M; 41-K. L O. O. F. Bldi, How Station-to-Station Toll Service Helps Us We can give you a reduced rate of at least 20 per cent on station-to-station toll service be cause this service Saves time, Saves switchboard expense, Saves toll line expense, Means more use of our toll lines. Ask us to tell you about station-to-station toll service if you are not using it. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY J. H. C0WDEY, MnaCer. ADAMS COMPANY arf aim? for Fall As the Fall season opens what freshens up the house more than New Hangings and Curtains. New Curtains and Curtain Materials MARQUISETTE CURTAINS Lace edged $1.75, $2.95 Hemstitched Edge, Hand-drawn work and inser tion $3.50 SCRIM CURTAINS Lace Edged, Silk Hemstitching and Heavy Inser tion $2.95 VOILED RUFFED CURTAINS with Ruffled Tie-back $2.50 FILET NET CURTAINS Handsome New Designs, Lace Edge, $3.50, $5.00, $7.98 CABLE NET CURTAINS $2.00, $2.50, $5.00 ODD LOTS $1.95 Curtain Materials FILET NET New' and very handsome patterns 75c to $1.75 MARQUISETTE Plain and Fancy , 45c to 59c Cable Net 95c Scrim 59c, 69c Madras . 59c ADAMS COMPANY GODDARD Seminary FIFTY-THIRD YEAR Opens September 20 Courses in all secondary school subjects under a strong corps'of teachers. Excellent courses leading to diplomas jn: COLLEGE PREPARATORY TECHNICAL PREPARATORY ENGLISH MUSIC DOMESTIC SCIENCE BUSINESS Excellent practical Jwo-year course in business leading to certificate. "Private instruction in TIANO, VOICE, ELOCUTION. Give your hoy or girl the advantages of a good private school. For information write or telephone R. L. DAVISON, Principal ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Save Money on Hair Brushes A fine line of hair brushes where the quality is guaranteed superior and the price empha sized as lower. If you need a new hair brush and you. do heres a dandy chance to get it 50c to $6.50 Also a fine line of Combs both ladies' and gent's, 25c to $1.00. Drown's Drug Store 4S North Main Street Take Your Choice of 4- Fishes HALIBUT, SWORDFISH, SALMON, MACKER EL, any kind, per lb., for 35c FINNAN HADDIE, per 'lb .20c COD STEAKS, per lb 20c HADDOCK STEAKS, per lb. 20c Whole, per lb : 18c; boned 25c FLOUNDERS, per lb 15c Lobsters, Oysters, Shell Clams, Crabs. NOTICE THIS GUARANTEE j This is our hitrhest qualitv familv Flour and is j iruaranteed to srive satisfaction. If it does not we ; ask that vou return the unused portion to vour ero- I cer. who is auhorized to refund the purchase price, j is bbL American Eagle Bread Flour, at store $1.23 j 1 1 bbL American Eagle Bread Flour, at store $2.13 j The F. D. Ladd Co. y nrr.