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THE BAIUiE DAILY TIMES, BARItE, VT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1922.
Office Equipment Perhaps you ara making a change in your office this year. If you are ; we have a nice line of equipment to help you. Roll Top Desks, Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Office Tables, , Office. Chairs, Steel, Wood 4-Drawer Letter Files Steel Transfer Cases. Card Board. Transfer Cases, 3x5, 4x6, 5x8 Card Files Desk Files, Desk Trays Blank, Ledger, Ruled Cards Card Indexes, Manila Folders, Letter Size Indexes Safes and Filing Safes We are sole agents for the well-known Van Dora, Securi ty Steel, Globe-Wernicke and Macy Saxes. Let us show you these lines. . ' ; BW.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SKBVIC City ratil mm u bone-driven ambulant i diatanca ealls It rnwaWl teraa. T!ptan ST-W. - Always tba First to Give the Public What It WnU Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. NINETY -FOURTH TEAK Premium Notes in Force. . . .$12,282,751.00 Cash Assets $300,000.00 Insurance inTorce .$123.121.771.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at actual coat no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobfla Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent McJUTHer & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange tm i . ?z p 1 A: W mm. Let Us Suggest Fresh Fi CODD and HADDOCK, per lb 18c to 25c HALIBUT, per lb 40c to 45c SALMON, per It . 35c to 40c SMELTS, per lb 25c CUSK. per tb 18c FLOUNDERS, per lb 15c MACKEREL, per lb .35c ROES, per lb 30c SMOKED FISH FINNAN HADDIE, per lb 20c KIPPERS, 3 for 25c BLOATERS, fresh golden ores, 4 for 25c OYSTERS, CLAMS, LOBSTERS "Red Cross" Mattresses are the Best A. W. RariVer ft Co. ' ndertakrr an Lirtnaad Ea)fca1ars rronal Attention to TMa Wark. Td. 44T-W A MEW AND fP-TO-DATS AUTO AMBULANCB ! TflMah ' I mm TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. Janet Crimmin of Hadlcy, Mass., ia passing a few days in Harrc visiting relatives. , Miss Myra Clark of Bethel arrived in Barre this morninj? to remain until Monday morning visiting relatives On Friday evening there will be the tisnal service in the Church of the Good Shepherd at 7:30 p. m. Choir practice at 6:30 p. m. Martin O'Connor, representing Cobb & Co., Inc., of Boston and Providence, arrived in Barre this morning for a few day' $tay on business. Thomas Hopkins, who has been vis iting with his sister, Mrs. Mary E. Mc Carthy of Summer street, for a few days, left Barre this morning for Bur lington. Mrs. Margaret Cardin and Mrs. George Strout of Kouth Hero left Barre this morning to return to their homes, after passing several days here and In Williamstown. A regular meeting of Barre chapter, 408, W, O. L. M., Thursday, Jan. 12, at 7 o'clock. Initiation and refresh ments. Collector will be at hall early for the collection of, dues. J. J. Dashner, representative for the E. A. Strout Farm agency, has sold for John MacAulev of Chester, Pa., his small farm in the town of Orange to John E. Aiighton of Barre. Mr. Augh ton buvs for a home and investment and will take possession soon, it being a cash sale. Andrew MeLearen of Granitcville was fined $5 and assessed costs of $7.50, when he was arraigned before Judge Elwin L. Scott this morning, charged with intoxication, no pleaded guilty. MeLearen was arrested on ftotith Main street last night by Dep uty Chief Gamble. Pleasant, Anyway. ''A successful man must study the faults of others." ' "Well, I don't know that it will make a man successful, but it ought to be a delightful study," Kansas City. Journal. Notice. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. O Joint installation of the officers of Hiawatha lodge, No. 20, and Bright Star Ke bekah lodge, No. 18, Thursday, Jan. 12, at 8 o'clock. Supper served at 6 o'clock. Regular meeting of Hiawatha lodge at 7 o'clock. jfeji Order of Espies will be held lo-nignt (ihursday), jftn. 12, at 7 o'clock. Special conclave of fct. Al demar commandery, No. II, K. T Thursday evening. Jan. 12, at 7 o'clock. Red Cross degree. Per order E. C. A meeting of Iroquois A' haymakers will be held in ivW . -'" rriuay, jan. ij, T.JW .ik o , T.1A - 1 I-. 1 candidates will be initi- fags ated. Red Men whose names have not been handed in thouki see to it before Friday. Refreshment will be served after the meeting. Will A 1 6 Era) PAINFUL NEURITIS FOLLOWS INFLUENZA Many people who in tho last few years have suffered an attack of in fluenza have never recovered the full vigor of health that they enjoyed he fore. Influonza leaves the system dc bllitated and peculiarly ' susceptible to diseases that are caused Dy or copeiiu upon thin blood. To correct these dis eases when they appear and !to strengthen the system so that it will resist them it is necessary ta build up the blood. , - "Last January," says Mr. Ellen Mc Lean of No. 14 Barnes street, Ash mont, Boston, Mass., "I had an at tack of influenza and it left me in a very run-down condition. My strength was gone and I had no appetite. I suf fered from .neuritis pains in my shoul ders which were worse at night and 1 got very little sleep. In the morning I would be so weak that I could not lift uu mv hands to do my hair. I wa just abte to drag myself around the house, when I was a girl I Uvea in Prince Edward Island and Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pilln were our family rem edy. 1 had used them for anemia and they built me up so I thought I would try them to see if I eould get rid of the after-effects of the influenza. While I was on the second box I com menced to get my strength back. Soon the dull, languid feeling was gone. In three weeks I had a good appetite and my strength had leturned so that I could do my housework without get ting tired out. "In a short time the neuritis pains were gone entirely. I have great faith in Ir. Williams' rink Pills for they gave mo more strength and ambition than I have had in a long time. I bav recommended them to other and shall continue to do so." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists or direct from the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y sixty cents per box. Write for free booklet on nervous disorders. adv. . , GRAMITEVJLLE In spite of the severe snow storm last evening in Graniteville over 40 attended the Bible class social at the Presbyteriau manse. Donald McCas- kill, master of the ceremonies, made ample provision for the comfort and pleasure of everyone. Mrs. John Mor rision was quite in evidenc guilding the informal program of the evening. Miss Doris Barton, the church organist, rendered choice selections on the piano. Miss Mnrgaret Murray and Mrs. A. G. La pic re sang several time. The pas tor spoke on some of the ideals to be reached in Bible class work Leonard Pallas gave several selections on the piano, Robert Dalgleish, the superin tendent of the Sabbath school, epoke on the requirements necessary to make perfect classes and what reward ought to be given to perfect classes. He called on the Bible class to co operate in this great work. The other members of the social committee. Mrs. Norman M. Murray, Mrs. Allen Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Campbell and Mis Mary Smith, with others.- served re freshments. A vote of thanks was given to the pastor for the, very en joyable evening in the manse on such a stormy night. In parting all joined in singing the benediction, "Good Be With You till We Meet Again." Conveyance twill Wve pottoffice at 5:30 Friday, Jan. 13, for Odd Ladies wishing to go to Barre, o o OTH Announce on SUES IREDUC In the price of their cars Effective from January 1st 1922 A. D. H AYE Main St., Montpelier, MONTPELIER City Council Votes Bonus for Two Pa- trolmen. ... The Montpelier city council voted; last night to pay to Patrolmen Ed-j ward D. Sloan and Frank Baldwin bo- j nuses of $1(10 each for 1021. This ac j tion was taken following a recommen-1 dation from Chief of Police P. J. Con nolly that the two patrolmen, who are j on duty evcrv night from 0:30 to 5:30: a. m., should receive a raise iu iuj, with a bonus for the past year. The legal establishment of every street line in the city was discussed, and if was suggested that photostats of the lines be made as soon as they were entablisbcd, and the photostats, which would be in the nature of blue prints,-be bound into a book as a per manent and accessible record of infor mation on this head. A revision and compilation of the city ordinances was alo discussed. It wat stated that in order to ascertain the correct ordinance in some cases, it j was necessary to look through a jr.rge j mass of records. The ordinances have j not been properly revised since 1901, it was stated. It was suggested that j competent service be obtained to go j over the ordinances, "throw, out the j chaff' and recommend such additions as seemed necessary. The purchase of an automobile street sprinkler And of tractors for use by city department was also discussed, as was tht- purchase of a machine for typewriting into a bound record book, the latter to be used by the city clerk. A motion to charge Heaton hospital $.10 for city water used during the year was passed. It wrs also tvited to give to Mr Agnes M. Power, assistant to Cltv Clerk T. R. Merrill $100 ad ditional pay for the past year. : John T. Whitney of the state engi neer's office was in Burlington to-day on business connected with the .office. State Highway Commissioner T, W, Pix wis in Hardwick yesterday on business connected with the highway department. The morning train from Burlington, due at 8:35, was delayed by the heavy snow of vesterday and last night, ar riving in Montpelier about 0 o clock. The sum of $8,062.r0 from 122 au tomobile fees was received t the office of the state treasurer from Secretary of State Harry A. Black on Jan. II. Wilbur Martin has given to nenry C. Holmes a quit deed claim on prop erty on Town hill eonsirting of two houses and a farm, and the deed bas been filed with the city clerk. The funeral of Arlhur Foley, who died Tuesday morning at Waterbury, wua held from the undertaking rooms of Barber A Lanier this morning at 1Q o'clock. The body was entombed at Green Mountain cemetery until next spring. Rev. G. H. Redding officiated. It ia understood that the deceased had two daughters, who have not been lo cated a yet. Probate Judge Ernest Moore of Lud low visited the office of the secretary ....... . v confined in tue isoiauon of state Wednesday morning to "jfS", h're Xcording to health information regarding vital statist c. P'Va ..r,.Lf .r. rlm,. formation regarding The new rooms in the Bailey Work on State street, recently obtained by Montpelier post, No. 3, of the Amer ican Legion, for uee a club rooms, will be opened to-night for the regular monthly meeting. Joseph G. Frattini, James Brownley and Michael M. J. Cohan have been appointed to draw up a set of club room rules, which they will present to the post for their op proval to-night. It is planned to 'hold! February 1st, EM.B TAMTIAL T7 TN T7 i mm Annual $1.75 SHEETS 81x90 Sale price, each $1.29 $1.25 Women's Fleeced Vests and Pants each 75c J$1.50 Women's Black Sateen Petticoats, with Dresden Flounce, each 98c $1.98 Children's Colored Outing Robes, sizes 2 to 14 years, each S1.00 ADAMS CO open house for the public of Montpel ier on the morning and afternoon of Washington's birthday. This will be in accordance with the request of na tional headquarters that the Legion take a leading part in the observance of that day. At night there will be a dance for the members of tho post, the local branch of the Women's Auxiliary, and their friends. Final plans will be made at a later date. In probate court, A. D. Farrar has settled his final account as adminis trator of the estate of Kugene A. Rowell, late of Woodbury. C. A. An drews ha settled his final account as guardian of Mary E. Irwin of Mont pelier. CHOLERA IU MANILA. Ia the Last Two Week There Have Been Eight Death. Manila. P. I., ' 12. Thirty-sit persons .uHenng irom enoiera ami w person, classed M earner, m . Indno'n.V.redeveh.ping, In the last two week eight deatu occurred. Heroic Treatment. Freddie The doctor gave me awful medicine to take. WillieYou're in pretty soft. He I . I 1 t.iV . J., ears 1 ve to u. New York tSun. i Cyi 1922 Vt. Clearance Sale 25c OUTING FLANNEL 86-inch Fancy Stripes, " ; ' ' yard 19c 75c 9-4 Bleached Sheet ing, heavy quality, '; ' ;' : . yard v'; 59c 39c Curtain Scrim, Lace . Striped Border, yard 15c . Broken line of Made Curtains, 1 pair to 4 pair lots, pair $1.38 to $6.59 Barre, Vermont, Syndicate of Successful Stores. AUTO MISHAPS REPORTED. Submitted to the Vermont Secretary) of State. The Swanton Motor company' bu which ran over a boy's leg in Swanton village on Tuesday last, was legally on the wrong side of the road, according to a report from the company received at the secretary of state' office. The bu was not going faster than 12- miles an hour, according to the report. It is stated that by general usage one side of that part of Grand avenue on which the accident occurred has been used as a highway in both directions, and was worn smooth. The two boys in front of the bus dodged in opposite direc tions, the report states, and it was im possible to miss them both. William If. Sullivan of Bennington hat reported to the secretary of state that Jan. 0, his car left the road on a curve and ran into a fence, breaking one headlight and damaging one fender, , i.cu.u . -..u 'S'B " -" . ' . ... i Miarie n. i pion oi tiunmgion nas reported to the secretary of state a li.ion with an .ntomof.il. with tl, jmi registration plat, numbered 7W at t.n. rornpr or i.nuren ina.i - - r - ----- in 11. Mr. Upton claims to have had the right of Vay, and state a desire to have the other man pay for damage to a fender on Mr. Upton' car. The ian to whom the plates bearing thi num ler were issued is Roy K. Cheney of Burlington, according Jo the records of the secretary of state' office. j i ii i ' i -v ARBUCKLE IN JOLLY MOOD. While Jurort Are Being Drawn U Try IHira Again. San Francisco, Jan. 12. Five juror remained ta be selected to-day at the second trial of Roscoe G Arbuckle on a manslaughter charge arising from the death of Miss Virginia Rappe. Seven temporary juror, three of them women were chosen yesterday Arbuckle attended court with hi wife and appeared in a jolly mood. Cut This Out It i Worth Money. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley 4 Co., 2S3J Shef field Ave., Chicago, 111- writing your name and addreM clearly. You will receive in return a trial package con taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound for eoue'is, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills for pains in side and back; rheumatism, backache, kid nev and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets a wholesome nd thorouifhiy cleansing cathartic for con stipstinn," bilioune, headache, and sluggish bowels. Sold everywhere. Adv. Fish for You come here for Fish should be. HALIBUT, steaks, per SALMON, red, per tb SMELTS, per lb MACKEREL, per lb 35c COD, steaks, per lb 20c HADD, steaks, per lb 20c HADD, boneless, per lb 25c FLOUNDERS, per lb .... . : 15c HERRING, per lb ...10c ROES, very fancy, per lb 30c FINNAN HADDIES, per It) 20c CLAMS for chowder, pint 35c OYSTERS, all sizes, pint 45c SCALLOPS, pint 60c SHRIMPS, per lb 35c LOBSTERS, per tb 55c SHELL CLAMS, SHELL OYSTERS SATURDAY A. M. 100 lbs. Sugar at the store for 100 lbs. Sugar, delivered, for . . 39c PILLOW SLIPS, 42x36 each 25c $1.50 ALL-WOOL SERGE, 42-inch, colors Black and Navy, yard $1.00 39c All Linen Crash, Col ored Border, splendid value, yard 25c $2.50 Women's Medium Weight Union Suits, Forest Mills, each' SI, 49 IpOOD PRICES DECLINE . SHARPEST "IIS SOUTH Mobile Per and Cent Savannah Reduction Year. Report 18 In the' Washington, D. C, Jan. 12. Retail food prices in 10 principal cities in the .United States decreased 12 to 18 per cent in the twelve months ending; 'December 15 last, the bureau of labor statistics of the department of labor j announced to-day. The bureau's figures showedvlhat prices prevailing I last month in 13 of the cities front 1 which 1913 statistics were available had increased since that year from 33 to 59 per cent. From November LT " mwr . " a t- i i- in.ii a ..... i "ue ' " " F .; tw0 Wed increases and the other two. Manchester. N. H.. and Miuncao- - , . , , oIi f, " s r i. a" Mobile, Ala., and Savannah, Ga., had '1 ZJl declines werei Manchester, N. Bridgeport, Conn., 14 j II., 13 and .New lork 12 per cent. ; New York, with 59 per cent, led the increase in average retail food costs since 1913. Other increases in this period included Manchester 57 per cent. Unanimous. "Now, gentlemen." began the profes sor in the drntal whool that had been' opened in the vocational training area,: "what clsas of persons habitually suf fcr from acid mouth!" r And the class answered to one man: "First sergeant, sir!" Detroit Free Press. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOUNDA m!l -hita do: owtwr mr have um hy provina protmrtjr and pi"K for advertising : Tol. 478VV". tS2ti KOB SALE A medium id Glpnwood par Lor hnster, in rlrmt rlasi conditon : fncM Jlt.00; inouir at No. 1 BolsW pUm . 252tt TO RENT A small tenement at 163 Ka Seminary atrvrt. rrtiy urnwhed : in quire t above ad'irwa. WANTED Ai sutmnuhiie irechanic. capa ble c( rr,'"e ahead on all niTt-elasa work, to Ktart about March 1. Po not api'ly un l.ia ymt ran fill tho hill: utate cxparirnre: CLark'a raje. Hardwx-k, VL ?5;,; FOR SAI.E-Deuble tenement li-rnom hcu. Lurated on lot 17 2 u ft. frontair hr 13U ft- d-n. at 7 Brook atreet : each tenement cmtains mom. hath, woodshed and porrh. For qurk aale, ouW Ut thia property ro for 1 than iu Value : rail at 0 Prook St.: Mra. Katherine C. Grcan. Admx. E52tf Friday because you get it as it lb ...40c , ..40c $5J0 MPANY The V. D. Smith Company, Inc. THE F. D. LADD CO.