THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921.
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Make the Home
The Best Domestic Rugs Obtainable--Royal
Body Brussells '
Bussorah and Yonkers Axminster
Heavy burlap back's thick naps
Neponset floor Coverings
Patterns for every room,
. Gold Sea! Congoleum
Same grade as the Gold Seal Rugs.
UNDERTAKERSBEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
City rates nm w horse-driven ambulance; dhtanc csllt t rMiwnablt ,
termJ. T.lephan. S7-W.
Always the First to Give the Public What it Wants
Betty'. Version of It. ORANGE
Elizabeth in onlv flvs but she alwavs - '
remcnibe'r what she learns in Sunday ! There is to be an entertainment and
school. Hit father arrivintr home dunce triven by the Kimball Corner
one afternoon with some candy in his , school at the hall Tuesday, Oct. 11. La
pocket, said to her, t'oti, Betty, open die please bring cake.
your mouth and shut your eyes and i . - '
I'll gtye you something to make you The Way Of The Ambitous.
"Oh. papal1' said'the child in wide- Older Remember this, my eon, al-
eyed reproof, "that's just what the ser- ways keep your expenses wiunn your
Son I'ye a better plan than that,
father; I propose bringing my income
up to my expenses. .Boston Iran
pent said to Eve."
Think twice before you speak, my
son, and it won't do any harm to keep I
on thinking while you speak. Bos
Atheleton, P. Q., Dee. 22, 190.1
I have had rheumatism for the past
five years. I took one bottle of your
Famous A. J. P. Rheumatic Cufs
which cured me. I have not had any
white lingerie, was indeed a lovely and pain since. - Alexander Munro.
tttractive picture.- Boston Transcript. Your druggist has it. adv.
Ha Alone Was Conventional.
Texas paper The groom in his con
ventional black suit was looking hand
tome, and the bride, attired in her pure
No Pain Since.
10 or 12 foot all plate glass show
case, also 8 foot wall .case and
cashier's stand for sale at the
Red Cross Pharmacy
TALK OF THE TOWN
Mrs. Esther Burnhara of Gaysville
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Justus
Thurston, of east hill.
Regular meeting kt Ruh chapter,
No. 38, O. E. 8., Wednesday evening,
Oct. 12, at 7:30 o'clock.
Willis Scales of 14 Highland avenue
has moved to Montpelier to live with
his daughter, Mrs. Roberta.
Long distance and general trucking,
light and heavy. Granite Citv Bottling
Works. Tel. 72U-M or 748-W. adv.
The regular meeting of Barre post,
No. 10, American Legion, will ie on
Wednesday night at the Legion club.
Captain Carr and Joseph, Bottamini
motored from Brandon to spend the
weed: end with John Bottamini, the
Nelson Browne, who has been in the
city for several days on business, re
turned last nicht to his home and
work in Brooklyn, N. Y,
Howard Hall and family, who have
been in Barre and vicinity for about a
month with friends, left last night for
Bridgeport,, Conn., tueir borne.
Ralph Braekett, football coach at
floddard three years ago, is in town
for ft visit with acquaintances. Lately
he has been in New Hampshire.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thurston, who
have been visiting his , mother, sirs,
Francos Thurston, have returned to
their home in Canterbury, N. H.
Annual Columbus day ball, city hoi,
Montnclier, Wednesday evening, Oct.
12. Carroll's oruhestra, nine nieces.
Car for Barre after dance. adv.
Mrs. Lyman Taft and Mrs. Byron
Jackson have returned home to itign
land avenue after visitina in West
Danville, Hardwick and Greensboro.
Miss Elenore MacDonald of White
River Junction arrived in the city en
Saturday nlatht and plans to stay in
town for a week or so visiting friends.
Reirular meeting of Bright Star Re-
bekah lodge Tuesday evening at 7;3Q
o'clock. All Rebekahs especially In
vited to attend. Light refreshments
will be served. 1
Friday evening at the Mefhodwt
church at 8 o'clock, Theron S. Dean of
Burlineton will give his lecture on
"Ten Days Tramp on the Long Trail."
illustrated by 123 slides. Admission,
25c; children under 10, I5c. adv.
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 In How-
land ball" Miss Eva Smith will give a
talk to the Woman's club on her trip
abroad. The program includes mimic
bv the hich school orchestra ana quar
tetv Club member admitted on club
tickets, public 25c. adv.
If vou cannot obtain the Victor or
Columbia records you wa.nt.in Barre
send us a list of numbers you want
if you are unable to call at our store
e carry the largest stock (over 1 1
0001 of records In Vermont. Bus well
Book Store, Montpelier. adv.
A meeting of Mount Calvary conn
cil,' Princes of Jerusalem, will be he Id
at Masonic hall, Montpelier, Wearies
day evening, Oct. 12. The fifteenth ie
gree will be conferred in full ceremo
nial form and m banquet will be held
at 6:15 p. m., preceding the work.
Annual Masonic ball, town hall
BrookAeld, Tuesdav, Oct. 11. Music.
Leonard's orchestra, six pieces. Dane
ing, 9 until 1, (I per couple, war tax
included. Extra ladies free. Chicken-pie
supper served by the ladies oi the hant
em Star from 6 until 8. Supper tickets.
75e each. adv.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Another gross 'of 15-cent pencils at'
Drown's. adv. , . - !
F. G. Rogers, piano and furniture
moving. Call 190. adv.
Cars washed and polished for (1.50
at Oliver's Battery Station. adv.
Will Marshall and daughter of Mid
dlesex: were visitor in Barre over the
week end, .
Down goes the price on students'
loose leaf note books, now selling for
50 cents at Drown's. adv.
Smoke "St. A. Specials," superior ei-,
gars. Union made. All dealers, Ray
mond Guyette, mfr., St. Albans, Vt.
Mra. Alex Whitm6re and daughter,
Paline, are in town with friends and
will stay in the city for a week. Thtir
home is in Waltham, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kelly of Lib
erty street and Mr. and Mrs. John Car
roll of Beacon street- motored to New
Hampshire points yesterday.
The ladies' union of the Presbyte
rian church will serve a baked fish sup
per Friday, Oct. 14, from 8 to 7. Ad
mission, adults S5c, children 20c. adv.
Miss Gladys Webber passed the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Webber, of South Main street.
Mies Webber is employed in Morrla-
The regular monthly meeting of the
ladies union of the Presbyterian
church will be held at the home of
Mrs. W. D. MacDonald, 3fl Rpanlding
street, Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 o clock.
Toddle tops 10-li5-25cj one gross 10c
harmonicas, lunch kits, with Thermos
bottle $2.05, quart Thermos bottle
(2.50 ; headquarters for Boston bags,
traveling bags and secretary cases.
New granite manufacturers',, design
cases. Everything in leather goods.
Lander's Cigar store. adv.
H. A. Barnhart of Barnhart Granite
company, Chillicothe, O., with wife and
son, Kobert, and Mrs. b. li. Jvranier
registered for a short stop at Hotel
Barre. Mr. Barnhart reports a line
motor trip through Cleveland, Buffa
lo to Niagara Fall and Adirondack
mountain, through the island route of
Lake Champlain to St. Johnsbury, re
turning through Barre, Keene, N. 11.,
down the Hudson, New York, Phila
delphia and Washington. Mr. Barn
Luxuriant Hair Due
Shampoos with Cuticur Soap pro
ceded by light touches of Cuticura
Ointment do much to cleanse tha
calp of dandruff, allay itching and
irritation, arrest falling hair and pro
mote a hair-growing condition.
MbBMfcfmr1SS. A Mr "0Wr
Dr. Perley B. Spaulding of the bu
reau of plant industry, Washington, D.
C, is at his old home.
Mrs. Caroline Marsh of Hancock, aft
er spending the summer with a grand
daughter in Bennington, N. IL, is with
another granddaughter, Mra. B. E. Bux
ton, for a visit. v
Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Persons announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Adelene, to AL Hugh Whitham of South
Mrs. Clara Cole of Canton, Mas.,
Mrs. Fred Fay, James Fy and Norman
H. Far of Everett, Mass., came Satur
day to visit at F. F. MeCuilough's. .
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. O'Conneil of Wes
terly, R, I., have been visiting at H. G.
r Mrs. S. E. Chase haa returned .from
her trip to the beach, with a new five
passenger Buick sedan.
The Rutland high school cancelled
the football game with Whitcomb high
school Saturday because of rain. '
Mis Ht M. Parsons is attending
hart, a substantial monument dealer of , .). iTn;v.r.itv of Vermont and not
Ohio, in making this trip is combining Keene Normal school, as stated a few
The Above Are the Season's Favorite Blouse
. 7 Models
Exclusive styles in Waists and Blouses? Materials of
Canton Crepe, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Spanish
Lace. The styles fascinatingly new and the prices rea
sonable. The woman who wants a Tailored Blouse or a
charming dressy affair will want to choose these new
arrivals. , . . - ' V.'. x
$3.50 to $12.75
New Coats for Little Girls
They are unusually smart, good-looking styles
made of dependable materials and nicely tailored. They
are quality Coats that will give long and satisfactory
service. ". - ' "
$7.50 to $16.95
Barre, Vermont, Syndicate of Successful Stores
Children's Coats :
Fire Prevention W eek
October 9th to 16th.
" Clean up the rubbish, destroy all waste. "
Teach fire prevention and practice it your- -self.
Protect lives and property by your ,
Place a portable fire extjnguisher in ev
ery room in your home. We sell them in an '
.unusually fine kind, said to be the most
perfect thing of its kind made. '
We also have the large 40 gallons to pro'
tetct your business.
Drown's Drug Store
48 North Main Street
When it comes to a choice of Doughnuts those
fried in lard are always trumps.
Irvin N. Beaupre of Burlington took
charge of the Barre district of the
Metropolitan Iflfe Insurance company
this morning. Vi illiam H. hpooncr.
formerlv deputy of the district, has
been transferred to the rittsfleid,
Mass.. office. Mr. Beaupre has-been
connected with the Burlington nfHce
The changes are promotions for both
A. C, Poletti, 24. of Barre, ha won
a high place in the Harvard college
'nk list His name is included amoi'g
those of students who achieved dis
tinction in their courses. The rank lit
is an outstanding innovation of the
new year at Harvard, and is publU'ted
on the recommendation of the sch-ilnr-ship
committee on the student rounnl
Members of the class of 1022. 1923 and
1324 are ranked in six groups on the
Sasi of their academic work last yerr.
Saturday night marked a gTeat
changyin the atmosphere for the high
points of the state, for Sunday morn
ins all the higher mountains wer cov
ered with snow. In the early morning
there was even a light fall on tha foot
hills, but this was' melted soon. In
one place snow was found to the depth
of two dt three inches, the whole top
of the mountain lieing hidden with it.
And not a stone's throw from the
enow line hand fulls of ripe raspler
ries were picked.
A very pleasant surprise psrtv was
tendered to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Howell
of Church street Fridsy evening, vheu
about 25 of their friends gathered at
their home to remind them and help
celebrate the anniversary of their wed
dinjr day. Games were played and rt
freshmcnts of ice cream, assorted cake,
including a decorated bride's cake, ond
wafers were served. In behalf, of the
friends present, Mayo Lynd. in a few
well-chosen words presented Mr. and
Mrs. Howell a purse of money, to
which both responded graciously. The
partv broke up at a late hour, winning
the host and hewtess many more hap
py years of wedded life.
business with pleasure.
The Ford touring car owned by l'.d-
win tirant of Alonf pclier, which was
stolen from Merchant street Thurday
night, was found abandoned on Bailey
avenue in Montpelier yeaterday. The
machine apparently wis none the
worse for its adventure but the bat
tery wa run down. Mr. Grant noti
fied Chief Sullivan pf the recovery of,
the machine. The chief is on Ihe trail
of a Barre man, whom he would like
verr much to question in regard to the
A Buick roadster driven by Kenneth
Buchanan of Craniteville struck an
electric car standing at the South
Main street end of the line Sunday
nicht at 6 o'clock, damaging the ma
chine considerably and the car slight
ly. Mr. Buchanan was uninjured. -Mr.
Kiichanan explained to the police that
he was driving toward Graniteville at
a moderate rate of speed and eaw the
C. H. Foster of Middleburv, A former
resident, is visiting his ncpuew, W. A.
Chatfield, and is roofing the Chatfield
Raymond Merrill is employed out
side of school hours at the A. & P.
The boy scout, under assistant
scoutmaster Paul Wilson, enjoyed an
outing and tnarshmallow roast at
Cleveland's cave last Friday evening.
Mrs. R J. Turner,' who went to
Woodstock a week ago to visit her par
ents, was unable to return last week,
owing to an attack of tonsilitis.
2s N. D.
Pfelps Co., Smc
Several of' the college students
were home for the week end, among
them Luciua Bassett and his classmate,
Roger Scott of North Hadley, Mass.,
from Middleburv college and Leander
thought that it was moving Bassett of Norwich university at tha
toward him instead of standing still.
He turned slightly to the left to iro
onto the bridge, he said, believing the
tr was moving away from him and
that he would have plenty of room.
His "left front wheel etmelj the car
and was shattered The lights and
windshield were also broken. The ma
chine was towed into the Barre garage.
It will be a gala night for Montpel
ier lodge of Elks, Friday. A class of
"V candidates is to be admitted and
Kxalted Ruler Ffank J. Shea of Barre
is plugging hard to make it one of the
biggest events in the history of the
lodge. Mr. Shea has invited State
Senator John P. Brennan and Grand
Trustee Charles F. J. McCue, both of
Bassett home. Students from the
University of Vermont at their res
pective homes' over Sunday were Misses
Bernice Graves and Mary Carroll,
Robert Don van, llcalcy rttiidnjl,
Donald Lease ami Carroll 6wasey.
At the home of the parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fxiwin P. Palmer, In Duxbury
over Sunday were were Miss Annie
Dorothy Palmer from the Randolph
sanatorium and F. Huntley Palmer
from Norwich universitv, who was ac
companied by his college roommate,
Edward Stimets of New naven, Conn,
W. S. Durett was at the Fanny
Allen hospital again Sunday to see his
wife, who remains very poorly. j
. George Donovan and Sidney Hills
those who report
Will be pleased to furnish layout and estimates on your heating and plumb
ing needs. Send us a sketch of your residence.
v..uk, -"; , . ":" j vi. 1 thf seroplan. at the state fair.
navv (T.rin-u. .mi. .ukvur .urn .ui.
Shea that he has been confined to his
home with the grip but expects to be
able to be at the big time in Montpel
ier lodtre FridRV night. Both Mr. Mc
Cue and Senator Brennan are known
throughout Klkdom as brilliant pe,'k
rr and are considered among the high
est authorities in the order. Bailey
hall has been engaged for the feitivf
ties as Mr. Shea believes the Turnout
ill be the largest ever.
Phone 28 and 29, Barre, Vt.
Everybody come to the Mother's club
annual sale. Where? At the (enter
schoolhouse, Flainficld. When! Wednes--j
day evening. Oct. 12. What for! A
sale of useful and fancy articles, alo
ice cream, canny and peanut. o
admission' and evervbody welcome.
SW1TCHEL OF OUR BOYHOOD.
j stand ac? high among doughnuts because they are
j made with such unfailing care. They taste better
j because they are better. Insist on our doughnuts.
Heinz Cooked Sour Kraut with Pork, per can. .2c
15-oz. can Chicken Broth, 3 for 25c
4 cans Van Camp's Soups : 25c
i The W. D. Smith Company Inc.
Harvest Dinner and Supper.
Friday. Oct, H. at Baptit church.
Dinner "menu, 11:30 to 1:30:
Boiled dinner - Siih
Mince, apple and pumpkin pies
Supper menu, 5:30 to 7:
Vegetable and meat hah
. Duughnuts Chee-
Any time you've an
appetite to trade for
delight, just call for
best corn jlakcs
N need to accept any feat the beat la corn fiaVet
li you speak tha name, 'Toot Toast lesj
Card of Thank a. j
W wih to express our .in-e
thank to our friend? an! rela'.rvesi
ho o kin.t'y ited u during tl.es
sulden "desth of our belched wife and;
mother. aUo for the beautiful firal,
Peter Cnignola. I
- Mr. ard Mrs P. J. ;;U :o. '
I'sul ; ii '
These dark mornings you will appreciate 'one of
the Eveready flashlights, and will consider them
one of the handiest things you ever purchased. If
you already own one bring it in and have it refined.
Barre Eieciric Co.
Montpelier Electric Co.
For Your Electric Wants
Home Brew of Discerning. New Enj-
landera. Simple, Eaaily Made.
"Farmers improved the eunehine,
much hay was harvested, and switchel
has been in good demand."
So writes a Connecticut man to his
favorit. newspaper. The Hartford Cou
rant reprints the letter and displays
amazing ignorance by ae-king! What
Switchel ia the home brew of the
gods and discerning New F.nglander.
As a thirst squencher it is unexcelled.
Doesn't our neifilibor the Courant know
that one Dudley Warner himself an
editor of the Courant for years ned
to drink It, and that he mentions it in
"Being a Boy"?
There is no hard and fast rule for
making switchel. Its eoneortion va
ries with the taste of the brewer.
Many a New Englander, native or by
adoption, will recall how in his boy
hood, after perspiring behind the lawn
mower or running his legs off in a
mitrhtv effort to defeat the Smith-St.
Slklers or some other cocky baseball
team, he would stagger into the kitch-j
en, pour a spoonful of vinegar into a;
tumbler ot water, add sugar to "sweet-;
i e 1 - . I
en ana a pincn oi romuum -
stir until the mixture fir.wd. Then, as
he eipjw-J as one should eip a real
drink, hi thirst dixappeared, his bljod
cooled and he was cnnM-ious of a grand
and glorious feeling a feeling that no
drink out of a soda fountain or a hot-
lie can ever give.
In mixing a jupful for a picnic cr
for u-e in the hayrield, the soda would
'be omitted. Molaeve miht b added
and siometime gmper. But whatever j
the ingredient, switchel was and i
a drink unsurpassed for quenching
t!iirt and giving the tired boy or the
hard working outdoor man new
strength and a refreshed attitude to-;
ward his job and life in general j
If switchel could be popularized a
the national drink, bootkxgers and
home brewers of the undesirable .rt
would soon become a inconpiniiu
and a of small concern as a defeated
candidate f.-r president on the proai-.
bitkn tkkct. Providence Journal. ,
Knew Hit Buainesa.
Bill was a politician of the ward
heeler type, and a fairly successful
one. For years he had been content to
actfppt such crumbs of patronage as
the organization saw fit to give him.
Then, all of a sudden, his wife dcvel-
j oped ambitions and decided that Bill
oiignt to De a mem tier oi congress.
There was nothing for Bill to de but
to go and see the boss about it.
The boss listened patiently to his ar
gument, but was unconvinced. "You've
done good work for the party. Bill,"
he admitted, "and I'd like to help you,
but this Congress thing is not in your
line. Vou haven't got the class, and
you haven't got the education. Where
would you be when some of those high
brows down there began to talk to yon
about political economy T You don't
even know what it Is."
"I don't, heyt" retorted Bill angrily.
"You Just show me a guy 4bat gets his
votes any cheaper than I do." Isaac
Anderson in Judge.
Not Capable. . '
Five business men compose the
Terra naute schooj board. Their du
ties are manifold, but still there are a
few things they cannot da Even the
public recopni.Ee - that, as this little
story will prove. A teacher, who has
a very uncouth chiid in her room, eeut
the mother a note, telling her that if
she did i't have the child cleaned upi
and her hair trimmed she would re-i
port her to the school officials.
The next morning the child returned
clean and with her hair bobbed. She
also carried a note, which read: "Dear
Miss This is to certify that the
school hoard did not boh my child's
hair. I had a respectable barber do
it." Indianapolis News. J
A Sure Winner.
"So Jack is a candidate for yonTv
"Yes, a machine candidate you might
call him he owns an automobile.''
Common Lojgiag-House Nuisance.
"W call that new English lodr j
"Becaune he spends rot cf the j
time in Ihe tub." Bof ton Trancrjt.
Bird's Eye Matches, to-day, per pkg .5c
5 packages of Seeded Raisins for $1.00
We do not know how long we can continue sell
ing these popular fresh Seeded Raisins Lt th'j price.
H bbl American Eagle Flour, cash and carry? 1.30
yH bbL Snowdrop Pastry, cash and carry $1.10
I'ibbl. Snowdrop Pastry, cash and carr'. ..... .$2.10
1 bbl. American Eagle Flour in bbl sack, from a
car to arrive soon, per bbl ...$10.00
10 lbs. Rolled Oats for ..45c
The F. D. Ladd Co.
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