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Sewing Cabinets
Martha Washington
Betty Ross
Dolly Madison
Candle Sticks ;
Table Lamps
Boudoir Lamps
Piano Lamps
Dining Chairs
Dining Tables
China Closets
Sewing Baskets
Serving Trays
. Office
Rockers ,
Chairs '
Bed Room Suites
Living Room Suites
Dining Room Suites
"Table Scarfs .
Pillow Covers
Asbestos Matts
Sleighs and Bodies
Center Tables
Library Tables
Kitchen Tables
Picture Hooks
Waste Baskets
Wool and Fiber
, Neponsett
Congoleum .
Window Shades
Office Chairs
Office Supplies
DECEMBER 22, 1921. ' ...iJ 5
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B. W. Hooker & Co.
"Alone as a Gift"
Foimtain Peris
High up in the estimation of gift givers is the
Fountain Pen; it is a possession rare to many, but
favored by everybody. Give a Fountain Pen and
you give a gift that will be appreciated. See our
line of popular Fountain Pens, America's best
makes, plain and highly ornamented, and all of
which make such excellent gifts. Prices are very ,
fair. . , -
Drown's Drug Store
48 North Main Street.
Bee the line of Wellaca Nutting cal
endars and pictures at Bell & Hous
ton'. ad.
Diamonds and other gems, pendants,
pearls and all the Christmas novelties
t Burr's. adv.
Get your ticket for the Clwistmas
holiday ball. Quarry Bank hall. Car
roll's orchestra; tl.25 per couple, ex
tra ladies, 35c. adv.
All stores, members of the Barre Re
tail Merchants' association, Inc., will
remain open eveninjro, Thursday, Frl
dav and Saturday, Dee. 22, -23 and 24,
and will be closed all day Monday,
Dec. 20. adv.
Your Basket With Good
Things Eat '
For Yourself and Your Friends!
Turkevs, Ducks; Geese,' Chickens and Fowls.
A Green Mountain brand Ham will ,be appreciated,
per lb 30c
Radishes, Pascal' Celery, Spinach, Parsley, Pars
nips, Cucumbers, Lettuce.
Spiced Peaches, Pears, Cantaloupes, Gooseber-
ries, Jams, Salad Cherries and Fruit in cans.
Walnuts, new of course per lb 40c
Mixed Nuts. new. per lb 30c
Clement Klort left last week for
Dorchester, Mass., where he has employment.
Mr, ana Mrs. r. r.. J-.ngei were in
St. Johnsbury Tuesday and Wednes
day to attend the conference held in
that place.
Schools in town closed Friday for a
two weeks' vacation.
Eunice Hood returned Sunday from
a two weeks' visit with her grand
mother, Mrs. Hood, in Adamant.
Mr. Lelia Ferrin was a recent guest
of Mr. Ferris in Adamant.
Floyd Davis is working for Arthur
Donald Atkinson- returned the last
of the week from his work in the
south part the state.
Vivian Atkinson is home fmm her
school in Barre for a two weeks' vaca
tion. Mips Fraser. one of the nurses who
have been caring for Mrs. Hstch, re
turned Friday to her home iq Barre.
Mus Florence Farks of Hardwick is
a piiest of her sitter, Mrs. Blanche
Ainnworth, and family.
.Melvin Morse of Hardwick was a
Sundsv jrucvt of hi parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. F.. Morse.
Alice Roes Is convalescing from her
recent illness.
Pslpli Glid'lon is home from his work
in CsHt.
Wendell Webber was home over the
week end from his work in 'orth
Mr. and Mr. C A. Watson of Mont-
$elicr were friietta last week of Mr. and
Irs. W. B. Thomas.
Bead' Shea's slipper adv. adv.
Big holiday ball given by Barre
Woman's club Dec. 20. adv.
See the line of Wallace Nutting cal
endars and pictures at Bell & Hous
ton's. adv. , , :
Camera, a gift of pleasure will last
forever. Small ones for kiddie at
Drown 's Drug store. adv. " .
Elmer White of Whitefield, N. H.,
arrived in Barre yesterday to pass the
holiday with friends here. ,
Come and enjoy yourself, Granite
street hall, Saturday, Dec. 24. Cas
lani's orchestra. Ticket, 60c per cou
ple. adv.
We are too busy telling watches,
pearl beads, rings and jewelry at bar
rain prices -to write advs. at Ooodfel-
low's. adv. ,;
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Hitrht of King
ston, Y., arrived in Barre last night
to pass the inmimaa nou i
relatives. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bussiere of 523
vrHi Min street . are receiving con
gratulation upon the birth of a daugh
ter yesteraay.
With every cash order for soda a
Immi nulendar will be given free
Granite City Bottling Worke, tel. 728-
U or T4H.W. -ttdv
w.r R. Root of Boston, who has
Rarra on business for several
laysk left this morning for his home to
pass the holidays. '
Mis Lucy Lucchina, who is attend
ing U. V. if., ia in Barre paseing the
Christmas season with ner parents, air.
ami Mrs. Lucchina.
Mrs. George Mann left on the noon
train to-dav for Boston to visit with
her dauehter. Mrs." E. " Macl'herson
Laws, over Christmas.
HnrW Kidder, who is attending U.
V. M., is in Barre to past the holiday
r.rii with his mother. Mrs. Nellie
Kidder of Summer street.
An ensina was derailed on the Wll
liamstown branch near South Barre
vetrAav afternoon. It was off the
IriA- from 2 until 3 o'clock.
Three large, new horse blankets
owned by the Calder 4. Richardson
ut nr vtr stolen recently from the
Twister barn on West street.
Special Christmas dinner served at Ho
tel Barre Sunday, Dec. 25, from I to
J:30, $1.25 per plate. Telephone 600
how many, if convenient. adv.
Rheumatism is increasing prevalent
this year. This explains tlie unusu
ally large demand E. A. Drown has
for Rhcuma, the one remedy for rheu
matism oW on guarantee. adv.
Don't throw away that mu vnrisi
maa Savings club pass book that you
received; bring it to the Granite Sav
ings Bank Trust Co. It will help
you to make your Christmas, 1P22, a
merry one. adv. '
Did you meet that lady from Mont
pelier, who saved about 20 per cent on
some Community silver at Bell & Hous
ton's! She 'phoned this morning that
she was coming up for a bracelet
watch. All the leading makca at from
$15 tip. ad v
John Wilbert Ericson, one-month-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Ericson
of New Jorsev. N. Y passed away on
Tuesday morning, after a short illness
of intestinal grippe and was buried
yesterdav. Mrs. Kricson will be known
as Mis "Dorothy Newtcn of Burling
ton. Sir. Ericson is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Ericson of 20 Averill
street, this city, and for a time was
an instructor at U. V. M.
Miss Quintan'a school of dancing held
its second annual Christmas dance in
Wort hen hall last evening. The affair
was a pronounced success and was en
joyed bv about 20 couples. The hall
was prettily decorated in accordance
with the approaching bollday. Novelty
dances were in order and much enjoy
ment was expressed by all. Mies Quin
lun winlies to thank publicly all who
assisted and furnished decorations for
the hall. The music was excellent.
To ouote from a famous writer, "At
Christmas time the pen hand scatters
its bounty o'er sea and land." Such
a splendid sentiment that is for us to
have in mind when sending a contribu
tion this year to the Barre City hos
pital. What would we do now with
out that institution which, in spite of
every effort to keep down expenses, is
operated at a considerable loss like
most hospitals in this country and
abroad. A gift from us, no matter how
small, will show how the ellorts ol me
trmtees are appreciated, (feigned) a.
Public surrcr. anytime, anywhure.
Tel. 126. adv.
Give an Eversharn pencil this year,
60c to at Cumminga & Lewis.' adv.
Ten per cent discount on unristmas
goods from now until Christmas at Red
Cross Pharmacy. adv,
Stationery, in special gift boxes, the
newest things 'out, outside and in.
Drown's Drug store. adv.
Barre Woman a club members are
expected to take tickets for the ball
Deo. 2(1. MrsHolden has the ticKets.
Co. M, 172d infantry (1st Vermont)
will give an exhibition drill and dance .
at Quarry Bank hall Wednesday, Dec
28. adv. I
Hundreds have already taken' inem
berBMp tn our iwiz Jhntt ciud. wn
not your yiiarry Savings uanK
Trust Co. adv.
All stores, members of the Barre Re.
tail Merchants' association, In,c, will j
remain open eveaings, Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, Dec. 22, 23 and 24,
and will be elosed alt day Monday,
Dec. 26. adv.
Our 1022 Thrift club is open for
membership now, Interest paid on
thrift account at the rate of two per
cent. Hundreds have .already joined
this list of savers. Quarry Savings
Bank & Trust Co. adv.
Forworn. 4 lbs.
Cluster Raisins, per pkc: 50c
Malaga Grapes are large and crisp, per lb 30c j j
TJoow fli-onnfViii'r 9. nnrl 3 for 23c I
j glue Goose Oranges, per dozen landSOc jj f0r QMsta VM
i Flnnda Ornrirrps npr dozen OUC. OiC. 4UC I
I to-" i - ' si . - .. ...
I. ti:wwn snoy, z to. wi- j
. i Vi..j r'...K. n. lie
Delicious Figs, Cherries, Nuts and Dates, all in one
iar, looks pretty and tastes good 60c
Dates in pkgs 20c; in bulk, per It) 20c
Ficrs, per lb 4c
Ribbon Candy, per lb, in bulk and boxes 15c
Chock full of raisins, cherries and nuts, lb . . . .43c
in all varieties. Fresh, Smoked, Salt. . Oysters,
Clams, Lobsters, Shrimp, Scallops.
Mixed Candv, Tb
(Jfd C3j""Ute. !b. ..
' Peanut Taffy. Jb
j Fancy box Cbnrvlates,
j prices.
Fork Owp. tb
Frh Shoulder. Tj
! Boneless Ham Shoulder,
i Pscon. .'. .f.
, Frwed Hsro, !t
! Oiifke. live we-'kbt, Tb
White H."u Cod, lb
Jspsn lea. pke
Corn Me l, IP
KoHed !. 10 Iba
Mrictlv Fresh F.gjr, d-- -
Sir F?r, d
member the p'se.
! Be W. D. Smith Company, Inc. ! Tom vobby
145 5a. ScKuaary St TeL 72 i r
Llovd and Ion Harding are at home
from Montpelier seminary lor tne
Christmas vacation and Alice O'Toole
and Myrtle Thomas from Chelsea.
Mr. and Jirs. Aivan uaiing
mmd a dauahter Friilsy, Dec. 10.
Mrs. Charles Mattoon is visiting ner
Hamrliter in Lebsnon. N. JL
Mrs. Ittie Cros, widow 01 ine laie
Alonso Cross, died Saturday, Dec. 17.
The funeral was held Tuesday, Ic. 20,
st 2 p. m. at the church. Further no
tice will be given later.
To Stop Coughing at Night.
Vh,n anvone is suffering from n
bronchial affliction or has a cough tha'
linirera on and irrowe worig at niff'i.t,
th loss of sleep tends to weaken the
sufferer and grows wore serious m
longer it Is neglected. Mrs. M. Suter,
647 Longla-ook Ave Stratford, Conn.,
writesi "Foley Honev and lar nas
given we great relief from a severe at
tack of broni liitis." Xo wedicine stands
higher throughout the nation as a fam
ily remedy for colds, coughs and croup,
Moving pictures Friday, Dee. 23.
Buck Jones in "tt lour Man.
Something good. Aleo old and young
folks' dance after pictures. Admis
sion to dam-e, oV. adv.
Arthur Bagley Accused of Stealing
$200 Worth of Goods.
Arthur Bagley appeared in city court
this morning on the charge of grand
larceny, His room ia the Burt' Leno
house at Blackwell street, at the Pio
neer, was searched Wednesday evening
and some $200 worth of tools owned by
Edward Fougere, which included 15
drills, typewriter, some ladies' furnish
Inirs and other articles, were taken.
Bagley, the police say, admitted that j
he took the articles; but this morn-1
inn took a different stand in the mat
ter. F. E. Glcason appears for him.i
Bail of 53(H) was fixed and he went
back to jail, pending getting the bail.
A. W. Wright of Paine mountain
appeared this morning in court, plead
ing guilty to the etiarge ol fireacn oi
peace, which was noted on the com
plant, and bail of $100 was fixed,
after which the man furnished it and
was reliad, pending sentence when
Judge Lord recovers. Wright was ar
rested by Officer Sloan last nldjt on
complaint that he was making life un
comfortable for the family of E. To
masi. .It appears that he went into
the Tomaii block to collect a bill end
that he had some words and flourished
a couple of revolvers, and that he fol
lowed a clerk of Mr, Tomasi to his
store, where he made further disturb
ance, resulting in his arrest. Cider is
said to hate been the primary cause.
A man, who gave his name as Kelle
her, was lodged in jail about 2;30 this
morning bj the night police, having
Wen taken from a vacant room over
Mrs. Jennie Morso's millinery store on
State street. The man apparently had
gone there to get out of the wind of
the cold night and was preparing to
stay tlieri when taken out. Mrs. More
heard the man walking about and re
ported the matter to the police. The
man was in no ahape to go into court
this morning.
Martin Fitzgerald of Montpelier was
arrested a few days ao on State's
Attorney C. B. Adams' warrant, charg
ing him with operating an automobile
when under the Influence of liquor. He
was brought before J. G. Frattini, clerk
of the city court, and was released on
bail to appear for pleading when Judge
W. A. Lord recovers.
Partitions in a barn on Harrison
avenue were burned and some har
nesses were damaged by fire early yes
terday afternoon. The barn is owned
by Isaac Hcindlemen. The fire, which
started in an unknown manner, was
extinguUhrd by a bucket brigade be
fore it bad time to do much damage.
Box 50 was rung in and the truck
made a fast trip, the recall being rung
in two minutes after the alarm sound
ed. Vermont stands third in the list of
states iu number of herds of accredited
cattle, according to a report received
by State Commissioner of Agriculture
E. 8. Brighara for Dec 1. Vermont,
with 783 accredited herds, is led by
Wiconin. with 13M herds, and Min
nesota, with 1271. For the number of
cattle in the three states, Vermont
stsnds far ahead in proportionate num
ber of herds accredited, as the state
has onlv 435,40 cattle to 3.0.M),82& for
Wisconsin, and 3,021,461 for Minne
sota. Secretary W. If. Jeffrey of the board
Women's and Misses' Hats
Put "Jingle" Into Christmas Sales
Following the custom established several seasons ago by retail milliners, :
the country over, we are, celebrating Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
week with special displays of the newest in Hats for wear during the winter
Millinery at a Special
A selection of fifty different models
in Black and Colors. Some Velvet,
Fur Brims with metal Brocade Crown.
Feather Hats, colors Golf Red and
Natural Coque.
Other models brought out in Hat
ter's Plush. Large' new. Hats of
Panne and Lyons' Velvet in lines and
colors distinctly new. Other becoming
models for your selection. .
$3.95 each
Lovely Hats for Girls
In all the new shades of Scar
let, Burnt Orange, Sapphire,
Navy, Brown and Black. ' A hat
for every face, and her love for
dash of color, in the daring man
ner in which she uses it. A
splendid holiday variety.
$1.95 each
Baret Tarns for misses. Eu
rope's pre-eminent manufac
turer of Baret Tarns has placed
his entire stock at our disposal.
. Colors, Sand, Golf Red, Navy,
etc. .
95c each
This Store Open Every Evening Until Christmas.
Barre, Vt. Syndicate of Successful Stores
Come one, come all to the Christmas
ball Dec. 26. adv.
If you are thinking ol giving "
tain pen see the assortment of ater-
Moore'a at tunimmg"
man a ana
Lewi. adv.
Did you meet that lady from Mont
pelier, whd saved about 20 per cent on
some Community silver at Bell A Hous
ton's I She 'phoned this morning that
she was coming up for a bracelet
watch. All the leading makes at from
$15 up. adv.
A nice line of bracelet watoies, in
cluding the famous Omen line in fancy
shapes, in both gold and gold filled
cases, at Bell Houston's. Price from
$15 to $100. adv.
All stores, members of the Barre E
tail Merchants "association, Inc., will
remain open evenings, Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, Dec. 22, 23 and 24,
and will be closed all day Monday,
Dec. 28. adv.
. , , . ' ;
of probation and charities has received
more than 20 applications for the po
sition of matron of Kinstead, the new
state shelter home wnicn is oemg
erected on Seminary hill outside of
Montpelier. A matron will probably)
be chosen at the February meeting oi
the board of charities and probation.
The building has not been turned over
to the board bv the contractors as yet,
and will probably not be open for oc
cupants until the latter part of Feb
ruary. Private contributions from or
ganizations for the furnishing of the
home amounted to $400 last week.
Pascal C. Ricci. a Rutland contrac
tor. hs been awarded the contract
for the Cambridge federal aid road;
job, his bid having been 73,2723.
The secretary of state has been no-'
tilled of a proposed stok Issue of;
$10,400 by the Pharmaceutical Extract ;
company, Inc., of Rutland. The stock ;
will be' issued for cash amounting to
the par value. The notice is signed by4
Alfredo P Pannaci, Lncien TruJel and
Orlin M., Jeffords of Jhe board of di- j
rectors. j
Camp Jeshurum, Inc., a New ork,
corporation, has registered with the
secretary of state for the purpose of
eotablishing a summer camp at Wil
mington. The concern has a paid up (
capital of $3,000.
W. L. Godfrey, Who Died Dec. 12, Held
Town Office Over 20 Yeara.
William L. Godfrey passed, away
Dec. 12 at his home on the Blood brook
road. He was a native of this town
an had spent 61 of hi CO yenrs In the
home which was his birthplace. He had
held town offices for over 20 years and
was widelv known as a business man.
The funeral was held at hia late home
Friday afternoon, Dec. In". Rev. Wil
liam Douglass of Post Mills officiating.
Burial was in the Post Mills ceme
tery. . ' 1 ,
The Bradford Veneer company is
lumbering on Everett Harmon s wood
lot. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Alvah Hatch Saturday, Dec. 17.
Chriatmas is in the-air with three
celebrations this week, Thursday eve
ning at the Kidderhood schoolhouse,
Friday evening at Blood brook, and
Saturday evening at the Center.
Mrs. Thorburn, teacher of the Kid
derhood school, has offered to secure
a victrola, which the people of the
neighborhood can pay for at lciuure:
The Christmas festival Thursday eve;
ning will include a box supper lor the
victrola fund.
Roswell Corey was not able to b
at his mill at South Corinth last
week. He left it in charge of Lewis
Blake, Mr. Blake is able to make some
use of the finger which was crushed
about 10 davs ago. -
Mrs. R.' H. Hatch of Post Mill i
at the home of her sister, -Mrs. A. L
Hatch. . ' ;
' Mrs. Lewis Lackey narrowly escaped
aerious injury last Saturday night. She,
fell on the ice and was taken up un
conscious. However, she recovered in
about an hour.
Alice Marr, Robert Morey and Carl
Cook came home last Friday from Lyn
don institute at Lyndonville. Carl Cook
brought with him a fellow student, IV g
ram Wyman of St. Johnsbury. J
Mr. Sargent preached last Sunday on
"The Tenth Beatitude "It Is More
Blessed to Give Than to Receive'.' The
subject next Sunday will be, "How
Jesus Brings Peace' on Earth." The
Christmas collection of the Center Sun
day school will be given to the Russia
famine relief committee of the Society
of Friends.
FpciaJ communication of
Granite Uxljre. No. 3j. F. A A.
M., Fridsv. Dee. 2-t, at 7 p.'m.
Work. E." A. degree. Ter or
der W. M.
For Your Christmas Dinner
45 c
We have an unusually high grade lot of Toultry.
Chickens, per
Fowls, per lb
Geese, per lb
Tnrlfov n fpw lpft. f.er lb .
TWW Ronsta nr lb .23c, 2SC, 30c
, uuc, !:
30c, 33c
Roast Beef, per lb
Roast Veal, per lb ... .
Veal Pot Roasts, per lb
Legs Native Spring Lamb per-lb...
Fore-quarter Lamb, per lb
Home-cured Boneless Smoked Shoulders, per lb
Pork Sausage, per lb ;.""o'rV"
Tloef sntiao-P TVr !t . IOC . IDS
i t
Regular ieeti of Hia-!
wsf Mire, No. 20, I. O. O.j
Thursday, Dec. 22. at 7 i
Second nomination of officers.
Vf order N. G-
Ke?uUr meeting of j
fUrre rhspter. No. 4SS j
W. O M. L- Thursday, .
IVc. 22. at 7 shsrp.
Nomination, eleelion j
ami ir.itist ion ef cfl- 1
ccrs. Refreshment, i
ftewsrd, Mwretsry. j
TO 1X7 -T
ilk wp'
furc4 r.'
e4 t IT
tar 2k M
Celerv, Lettuce, Spinach, Parsley, Kamsnes uaiui
flower, Brussell Sprouts, Green Peppers, Hubbard Squash
and Carnberries.
Knt.n PPd Raisins t 23c
Currants ..;
Lemon and Orange Peel
Citron Peel V-V
r.mifi rMpr : 33c and
Plum Pudding, Heinz 50c and 90c
Plum Tudding. Premier V ' ; V'C
Mincemeat Monadnock and Grandmothers lc
Mincemeat, Heinz, 2 lb. can
Rice, whole: 3 lbs. for
Rice, broken, 4 lbs. for
Prunes, lb 12ic, 18c, 20c and
California Soft Shell Walnuts, per lb
Mixed Nuts, per lb
Castina Nuts, per lb
4 lbs. Popcorn for
O.tK Knv n-riatmna fanrfv for
1 v ... . ...... . - - -
Canned Goods of all kind Jam.. Jelly and Marmalades.
Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons- irspe, f i and Date.
Houghton & Robins
If He Smokes Ifou Know What
to Give
The "wife's gift of cigars" is no longer a
joke. To-day it is easy for the woman to give a
man cigars because of our intimate and per
sonal knowledge of quality and willingness to
help the lady select. Cigars in boxes for gift
purposes. Give them "cigars" the standard
smoke, which every man knows, which every
smoker loves.
Drown's Drng Store
48 North Main Street
Christmas Specials
Home-made Mincemeat, in bulk, per lb 23c
PoDcorn on the ear. 4 lbs. for
Loose Muscatel Raisins on stem, per lb
New Mixed Nuts, all kinds, per lb
No.2 size Walnuts, lb . ,30c; No. 1 Walnut; lb
Sweet Florida Oranges, fine eating, dozen 50c, 60c
3 large Florida Sealsweet Grapefruit 25c
California Oranges, in all sizes.
5-lb box of University Chocolates, special $2.50
University and Swiss Milk Chocolates, lb . 59c
Christmas Ribbon and Hard Candies, lb ..... .20c
Short Bread, with decoration, each 15c
Special, Rich, Dark Fruit Cake, per lb 50c
Cranberries, Celery, Lettuce and Spinach.
A fine line of native Fowls, Chickens, Geese and
a few more Turkeys.
All kinds of fresh Fish for Friday.
Lobsters, Clams, Oysters and Scallops.
Mayonnaise. Our own. Fresh grated Horse
radish. Olives and Pickles.
Candied Cherries, Candied Pineapple and French

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