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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE VT., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1921.
be a I 7 f & u "-Li ..c Just Sit Down Before the Hoosier Notice how naturally each article comes to your hand, how you can reach anything you need without getting up from your seat. Then notice Hoosier's big, uncluttered work . table, which extends all the way back into the cabinet without obstructions or petitions of any kind. This is just one of the many exclusive HOOSIER features, which make the Hoosier America's favorite Kitchen convenience. Come in and ask for a demonstration of this Cabinet. v . . . . ' "It saves miles of Steps." B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rates mm u Iions-drlvcn ambulance; datanc calls at rauonabl . terns. Telephone S7-W. Alwayt the First to Give the1 Public What it Want v' The Elva Shoo for Women MM j Women's New Fall ' Brogue Oxfords ; black or brown, latest 6171631 all Goodyear welts ........... .. $7.00 Growing Girls' High-Cut Lace Boots ; sizes to 7 $3.69 Women's Soft Kid Com fort Oxfords, rubber heels, at $2.98 Infants' Leather Sole, but ton; sizes to 6, only . . ,98c Custom made fits just like a glove. Once an Elva always an Elva. Every pair a goodyear welt. Try a pair of our Elva Flexible Arch Support Shoes. They re lieve that tired feeling and bring joy to foot troubles. Several new styles Gent's Welt, black or brown Lace Boots. We have priced them low, n $5.98 pr. J II Shea's Shoe Store Were You Thinking of IROAST .PORK for Dinner? All our pork is from young pigs and you can have your choice of Roasts from, per lb 23c to 32c Rib Roasts, per lb .... . .30c to 35c Native Lamb is excellent, legs, per lb. . .33c Native Lamb, forequarters, per lb , .20c VEAL, NATIVE CHICKENS, NATIVE FOWLS, CELERY, SWEET POTATOES, CRANBERRIES. HAVE YOU NOTICED THE JUICE? Electrically Baked Bread, full sized loaf. 10c Get your order in early for Beans and Brown Bread. TO FILL YOUR SYRUP NEEDS KARO FOR COOKING Vi lb. can 15c 5 lb. can... .... .43c 10 lb. can.. 85c 2 lb. can 25c 5 lb. can 4Sc CANDY 10 lb. can 93c MAPLE FLAVORED for pancakes, V2 lb can 18c KARO FOR EAT PLENTY OF FRUIT Oranges, per dozen Bright Yellow Bananas, per lb Grape Fruit, 2 for . . . . .53c, 63c, 80c 12V5c TALK OF THE TOWN Lyle Burnham of Plainfield was In Barre visiting yesterday.- James Giard of Brockton, Mn., has been in Barre for a few day on busi ness. . " , " Football, Bpaulding v. Montpelier seminary, Lincoln campus, Saturday, 2:30. adv. , Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Miller of Leba non, N. H., visited friends in Barre yesterday. Arthur Jones of Manchester, N. H., wan a business visitor in this city yesterday. , Miss Ruth Parker of Spaulding street left to-day for North Hero .to past a few days. Victor records go on sale Saturday, Oct. 1, at Bailey's Music Room, 20 Pearl street adv. Frederick E." Fuller of Worcester, Mass., was in Barre yesterday making a few business calls. Mrs. Sherman Parker has returned to her home on Spaulding street from a visit in Utica, N. Y. Kdward King of Haverhill, Mass. " "a visiting his siter, Mrs, Joseph 'ion dreau, of 491 North Main street. Armando Comolll of 14 Comolll street has left for New York City on a combined business and pleasure trip. Charles Cat to, John Comi of Howard street and Joseph Brusa of Howard street are spending a week hunting in Peachanu Plans are being made by Barre eoun il of the Knights of Columbu for t da nee to be held the night of Column bus day, Oct. 12, in How land halL - According to report recently received by manufacturers in the city, the bill for granite workers in Canada has been reduced to ninety cents an hour. Mrs. Beatrice Barber and daughter, Mrs. 'William Allen, have returned to their home in Concord, N. H., having passed a week with friends in Barre. Annual Masonic ball at BrookftVld town hall Tuesday, Oct. II. Carroll's orchestra. A chicken-pi supper will be served by the ladies of the Eastern Star adv. Logen Granite City, No. 153, S. B. f A., Holler stor dan Jordagen den lste Oct. MuBik af F. Johnson. Kaffee erveras; alia valcomna. En trevtig af ton utlovas. Mist Marion Willey, who has been spending the summer with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gorman of Beacon street, has returned to Mid dlebury college to resume her studies. Harold Knight, formerly of Barre and now of Boston, ia here for a fttw days. He was called to Barre by the serious illness of hia mother-in-law, Mrs. Flora M. Houston, of Maple ave nue. Hav your last winter't coat or suit dyed to look like new. All colora guaranteed. Velvet or plush steamed. Barre- Cleansing, Dyeing and Tailoring Shop, W. Krinovita, Prop., 182 North Main atreet. 'Phone 192-J. adv. Gain weight. Steady your nerves. Enrich vour blood. Let Bitro-Phos- filiate help to renew your youthful en ergy and nnng tne glow or jteaun 10 your cheek, Positively guaranteed. Obtainable at . A. Drown & Co. drug store. adv. Fay Duffev of F.nosburg Fall was in Barre visiting yeterday. Mr. Duf fey formerly was employed in the Rogers , Clothing atore and in now manager and a partner in Rogers a Pulley's men's . furnishing store in Enosburg Fall. A prominent local granite manufac turer has had two carloads of red eranite shipped in from the west to be used for local ' manufacturing pur poses, and another concern ha receivsd four carloads of the new white gran ite, or Dummerston, which was shipped from the vicinity or lirattieboro. . Barr lodge of Moos bad a steamed clam supper in the rooms in the tlanchard block last evening. The meeting which followed was devoted to discussing plans for the bazaar which will be next week and to in creasing the membemhip during an in terval of open charter which com mence to-morrow. October promi.4 to ' be a qneer month' for weather. According to an old taw, the laut Friday of the month bodes for the following month. To day is the laat Friday and the weather to-day, therefore, will prevail during the whole month of October. By that token th weather for October will be fair, rainy, warm and chilly, for that'f what it's been o far to-day. Mrs. Elizabeth Perry of Maple ave nue had, until recently, a tobacco plant that reached almost to maturity dur ing the summer season, atuJ whi.-h flowered out o that many people com mented on the beauty of the pit nt Another citizen, or rather, a citizen . if there is such a thing, ha a group of peach trees that are flourishing. Th.r are several orange plants around town, but these are not left out of door. The tobacco plant is not such a com mon plant as it might be in this vi-i cinity, but there have been several I successful attempts to raise the weed! in Vermont. In tne southern part of the state there is quit a large profit In th businen. TALK OF THE TOWN Arthur Herbert of . Williamstown was In town on business to-day. Robert H. Wood of Brandon wa a business visitor in Barre to-day. Harry 8. Parks of 28 Averill street attended the fair at Northfleld yes terday, ' , , ; " Football, Spaulding v. Montpelier seminary, - Lincoln campus, Saturday, 2:30. adv. Mrs J. G. Addyof 11 Walnut stret had her tonsils removed at the City hospital this morning. Wall paper, big new stock just In from the mills. New patterns, new prices, 8c up per single roll. B. . W. Hooker & Co. .. A good program followed by danc ing, music by Carroll's orchestra at Moose bazaar, Howland hall, Oct. 5 and 8. adv. ' v' Harley Pane of Cabot had a fracture of his left leg set at City hospital this morning. His leg was broken when a tree, which he was chopping dow'n, fell on him. '. D. C. Wilmot of Wellington street was a loser by 540 at tne JvorthneM fair yesterday when the windshield of hit automobile was broken. Mr. Wil- MONTPELIER mot had parked the machine near the of thia city. The (secretary of state hat been no. tilled of a proposed issue of capital stock by the directors of the Super Speed Belting Co. of Burlington. The new issue is of 200 shares, making 221 in all, and will be held at $50 cash per share. The notice was signed by H. H. Hagar, Frederick C. Ward and F. L. Lane for the board of directors. ' Motorbt who intend to make the trip from Montpelier to Windsor are advised by the ittate highway commis sioner to go by way of Barnard gulf and Woodstock, as a railroad overpass on the road between White River Junc tion and Windsor is being repaired and passage is not possible at all times. The Dummerston detour between Put ney and Brattleboro la no longer nee essary, at the federal aid road project on ' the Putney-Brattleboro road ha been completed. - , Warren 8. Bagley of Rutland, who bat been filling in the places of differ ent employes of drug ttores in this city for the summer, it now taking the place of L. C. Rivert at Rivera' drug store. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Donnelly and Donald Blair of Vergennet visited friends In this city yesterday. Mr. and Mr. Donnelly were formci residents ace track and left it. Returning, he ound that a " large stone had be"n hurled through the windshield. Mr. Wilmot believed employes of the track, in picking up stones with rakes, had accidentally thrown one through the trlass. The damage caused wat about $40. . A party of seventeen nativet of Sunny Italy, all 'residents of Barre, departed last night for New York City, where they will take a steamer for Italy, tome to stay permanently, some to pats the winter and return in the spring. Among those who went are Battista Rossi and family of Fort ney place, Amedo Calcagnf and family of Foss street, A. A. Cardini and fam ily of Railroad street, Mr. and Mr. C. Bernadelli and two children of Co lumbia street, and Mrs. Ossola of Howard street. , With no accident week nearl over. Barre may well be satisfied with the results, which th watchfulness of the Misa Gertrude Jerome, who baa been in Boston In the interest of the Mc Cuen store, returned yesterday. Frank E. Deabna, manager of the local Woodworth store, who has been In Albany, N. Y, for the past few dayt attending a conference of the dif ferent managers, returned yesterday. Mrs. George McCallister left for Bur lington this morning to pass the week end with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrt. L. J. Clossey of Detroit, Mich., who have been spending the last three week with relatives in this city, left by motor for Detroit yesterday. Mis Agnes Maloncy of this city ac companied them and will corapleU her course at the Conservatory of Music in Detroit. . -y,., Stowell Lowe, who hat been acting as a lifeguard at Old Orchard Beach, Me., for the summer is visiting hia mother, Mrs. Kate 8. Lowe. The next reculal- meeting of the city people ha merited. There have ben council will take place Oct. U. ine re September Sale of Dresses Extraordinary Values no accident yet! Which brings to our mind the fact that this morning the wet cement roads were nearly the cause of one. William Rock turned into one of the tide streets of North Main atreet and jammed on hi brakes, with the result that the Chevrolet which he wat driving did ome fancy skidding, not unlike the stunt that th racer do when taking the sharp turns of the course at about hun dred milet an hour. If the car had kept going it would have slammed Into the curb and probably tipped over. At the funeral of Mrt. Elir.abeth n me I, whos funeral was held at St. Monica's church Tuesday, with inter ment in West Chaiy, N. Y., the follow ing flower were given: Pillow, hut- band; wreath, aons, Joseph and Hu bert! spray of carnation from Hu bert Taey and family; cross of aster from Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taey; wreath of ' asters from Mr. and Mr. Nelson Pucharme! spray of aster and stock, Mr. and Mrs. Lewi laceyj tpray of asters, Mi, and "Mrs. Wilhrd Taceyj spray of asters, Mr. and Mrs. nenry, Martin spray of roses, em plove of Trow k Holdenj asters, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gundryj asters, Mrt. Mary Reed; mixed flowers, Mr. and Mr. Jopeph Colombe; mixed flowers, Mr. Harry Colby. quest of th receivership of the Barr and Montpelier Traction and Power Co. for an eight-cent fare and hourly tervice, referred to the city council with power to act, wa not touched upon at the private meeting held on Wednesday night. The adjourned hearing on th receivership before Chancellor S. C Wilson will take place on Oct. 8, , A marriage licence has ben issued to Walter C. Cowartt of Mexico, Mo., and Louise Abby Morrill of 103 East State street, Montpelier. all y,' Sure Testing System. "I don't ee how you desi those lovely suit for little gushed the enthusiastic woman "It Ss easy enough," aid the la dies' and children' tailor. "I try them on my own boy. If th suit makes him utterly miserable I know I have scored another tuec with the moth' er." Stray Stories Mistake la No Sin. .'' - One of the torie told by a clergy, man concerns a lady who tent word to him, just before he'wa going to the pulpit, that she must "aee him. H promised to tee her at the clone of the tervice. When ha joined her, after the rest of the people had left th church, the confessed that the wat worried over a matter of conscience. -"Vanity, I'm afraid, icar," she told him, "it my besetting ain. , "Tell me more, my child," he entreat ed. "Every morning, vicar," she contin ued, "I yeild to the tempation-of gmt ing at my reflection in the mirror and thinking how pretty I am." The clergyman gated at her fully for a minute and then replied; ' "If that ia all, my daughter, go in peace. For to make a mistake ia no in." Philadelphia, Inquirer. , Tempered. Sympathetic Visitor (to discipU of much -criticised art group) : Really, 1 think critic are horrid. Your tiling aren't nearly a bad a they're painted. London Passing Show. We Are New Dress Models Since the Vogue for Coat Dresses is forecasted as more pronounced this season than ever before, we have prepared wide collections of this mode and are prepared to show you models to suit your taste and your type. Fifty Tailored Coat Dresses In a Special Selling at $19.75 These models are big value at $35.00 considering quality and style of the garment. Fine Serges, Tricotines and Velvets, some embroidered, some braided in the newest fashion. The collection is so limited (being Sample Dresses) that we invite your early selection. ' Adams Company Barre, Vermont. Syndicate of Successful Stores. Big Blanket Sale for Saturday and Monday We are going to place on sale One Case of' Double Blankets Size 66x76 These Blankets have been retailing for $2.50 and come in gray and white BIGGEST BLANKET VALUE We ever offered $1.50 pr. Overheard On the Train. Young woman to another, evidently a transrer "You v you art from South Dakota? I thought you spoke ' with a southern accent. Boston Tran acrlpt. Exchanging Extremities. Mr, Ketchup Mrs. Gay soon gut all her daughter off her hand. Mr. Smart Ye, and now Mr. (Jay is keeping all their buttbands on their feet .Stray Storie. Cute Little Johnny. "Johnny Barkins, what is the mean ing of oeuf !" "Yg. ma'am." "That's right. And i it masculine or feminine?" Van't tell till it's hatched, ma'am, said Johnny. Philadelphia Inquirer. Pprial eommunH-tin f Oranit lodg. No. S., K. and A. M., Fridsy. Sent. 30, at 7:30 p. m. Work. M. M. de fer order . M. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR ALF. T Rfco. Ilt. Mvai4lirr. S41-U m4 i i)C I The V. D. Smith Company Inc. FOR lLE Mr oa (rfi',4 ana.: raa h ar4 a. ttir or 4wioi liwiwM : t.rr Wm, fchmi n4 f.rV r . r0 ImtM; Jua IkUo. 1 G.H m WAVTF.r TemilUm mm unr mirht .rs4HMr.il. r arkt ; mm Im fr S nrikwi: 4rm kr Wuwr. "Krt) " retr hm ! J FOR M E A I'.! ni y t. : ia (4 rm4fm : . mh. SPECIALS for SATURDAY Pork Liver, per rb . . . f. . ........... 10c ; 3 lbs. 25c Beef Sausage, per rb .10c; 3 lbs. for 25c Pork Sausage, per lb ... , .20c Boneless Home Cured Smoked Shoulder, lb ... .25c Native Legs Spring Lamb, per lb 35c Forequarter Spring Lamb, whole... 20c Veal Pot Roasts, per rb 15c Roast Veal, per lb .'. .35c Heavy Western Roast Beef, per rb . . . .35c, 38c, 40c Fowls, per lb 40c Chickens, per lb 45c Pork Roasts, native pork, per lb. . 25c, 2Sc, 30c Boneless Brisket Corned Beef, per lb 20c Western Beef Butts, whole, per lb .23c 5 lbs. Sweet Potatoes for . .25c Lettuce, Celery, Ripe Tomatoes, Squash, Califlow ers, Peppers, ranberries. GROCERY DEPARTMENT 4 packages Skinner's Vermicelli 25c 2 pkgs. Quaker Milk Macaroni and Spaghetti. .25c 2 packages Gold Medal Buckwheat Flour 25c 10 lbs. Rolled Oats for 40c 2 packages Scotch Barley for 25c Boiled Cider, quart bottles 55c 3 lbs. Split Peas for 1 25c Onions, No. 2, per peck 35c 6 cakes Lenox Soap for 25c 6 rolls of Toilet Paper f or . 25c 3 lbs. Whole Rice for .25c Jiffy Jel, package 10c 5 lb. Popcorn for 25c 2 packages Monadnock Raisins for 5c Dexter Cakes 15c Houghton & Robins Week-End Specials For the benefit of those who did not get Coffee on Dollar Day we are selling - '''. 45c OPEKO COFFEE, 4 lbs. for $1.00 45c VANILLA EXTRACT, 4 for $1.00 COLUMBIA RECORDS FOR OCTOBER NOW ON SALE The Red Gross Pharmacy Chronic Optimism. There i a lovablene and attrac tiveness about optimism and self -con fidence and assurance lor a time, j then it i-ome tiresome and an f- front. Th fact of the ease ar o obviously Ignored ; the limitations toj human lpaity and the deeper sig-j niftVane in every situation are so im-. perfectly (rasped. Why h nth;i- iantic in th prospect of th popula- tlon of your town pasinjf tii i,uw, 00 mark inside of 10 years? Uy do you want to pass the 1.000,000 mark anyway? How can one invite so terrible a dinwter, ad then boast of it In addition? No one make claim 1it hi. town ha the nrofoundest religious feeling of all towns in the ; I'nited States; no city ever announced; that it ha achieved an atmosphere! which will develop more men of (fen in in a year than any other city of it size in th world; no villa? boast th fact that a larger proportion of its inhabitant know and love the bird than i true of any other village in Ihe state. We bra about tall teepl, juar feet of cement, idewalk, maxi mum and minimum in temperature, j rapidity of railroad construction, plen tiful supply of cheap labor, bijjh wac to (rrve-di hirers; number of hopi pr unit of copulation, absence of snow, the drvnes of rain, number of woaiu , blacksmiths in the county, acres ot pine turned annually into toothpick, and we call this orpy of optimism 100 per cent Americanism. If w could jrrow a eloquent about our conduct toward the negro; our treatment of tho who political theories are different from our; our raci.l and relijriou antafronwm; the indifference of th well-to-do to the tat of onr public school j the reck less dctmction of our forest j out unconcern liout unanitary housing; our indutril accident record; our ma ternity death rate; onr child-labor to-, tal.j our juft- meted out to the ri-h and not to tb poor; our eaaual- nr., bout the problem piwnted by! the freble-mlndi-d and th moral im-; brcile; the burden of uHuation in, idutrv borne by th wage-earner; , th recurring trajvdy of nncmploy-j nent; the hormr of froittioo we , should, pcrhap, cot loo kout upoa life m brightly a w do now, bo1 w mirht mnr crrUinly t our !. in oroer torneliu Jne Cmoon ia the 'onh Amencsa Review. Storage batteries' rVl I I X I SAiiori- . THtY Come in and let. us give you free, service. We use distilled water and test your battery free of charge. Oliver's Battery Station Battery Specialist Going Some. S voo were out aotomobilinc with Mow dul yoa v II!- "Mr !ir. the irriK a tiir'v brtKW. We ta6 on!y o TfaTk rh 4'trirg tb eot ire rxl. I Md lnt tHat a vww aad .f '' tA I ftaj it wa, Eo- tB TranorTifit. Saturday Values Coffee, per lb.. ... ...25c Ceylon Tea, per lb.. 25c Burn's Blend Tea, lb 45c Bulk Cocoa, lb 10c Malt Breakfast Food, ' per pkg 20c Kellogg's Cornflakes 10c Snyders Tomato Soup 10c bottle - 10c Can Red Raspberries 30c Can Loganberries. . . 30c Can Blueberries 25c Can Pumpkins . ISc Can Steak Salmon. . .30c MEAT DEPARTMENT For Saturday, 10 lbs. Small Onions for ... . .25c Leg of Lamb, lb... -.35c Rib Roast of Beef, lb 35c Beef Sausage, - Chickens, per lb . . ; . .45c Lamb Chops, Ih 50c Hamburg Steak, lb., 15c Fowls, per lb 40c per lb. .15c; 2 lbs. 25cJ Cranberries, qt 20c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Our Cream Loaf is full weight, per loaf 10c Baked Beans, qt 25c; Brown Bread. .... :10c ; The best Doughnuts in town, per dozen 20c : Cakes, Pies and lots of other Pastry. FISH DEPARTMENT For Saturday, Scallops, Oysters, Shell Clams anp! ; Lobsters. Finnan Haddies fresh every morning. ' We expect another lot of tho?e fancy Apples for ! Saturday. , . The F. D. Ladd Co. iUi ulr cmr : H. F. t wt m fnm. Mil