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THE. BAItRE DAILY TIMES, BAHHE, VT., SATURDAY", JANUARY 2L 1922.
i 1 1 , Axminsters Wiltons Velvets A Rug for every room in the house. All sizes: 18x36, 27x54, 36x72, 54x90, 6x9, . 3-3x10-6 and 9x12. Klear Flax One, of the best wearing Rugs. Made of LinenFlax. Grass Wool and Fiber ; Inexpensive Rugs for all rooms. VHITTALL Anglo-Persian - VIJITTALL leprae Villon THE FINEST DOMESTIC RUGS THE, MARK OF Q17IUTY 13 B.W.Hboker&Go. UNDERTAKERS BEST I'P-TO-OATK MOTOR AMBULANCE fclKVICI City rtei as horte-drlvcn ambalamie; distance call at raw ' tenia. . Ttleahan 7-W. alwayi the First to Give the Public What it Wuti Make Up Your Mind This Winter NO COUGHS . "No coughs" mean real freedom from seripui sickness this winter because from this ailment alone arises most of the serious bronchial and lung affec tions incident to frosty weather. DROWN'S COUGH REMEDY will give that kind of service that will enable you to make up your mind this win ter-NO COUGHS. ; Try it for the benefits it will provide. It's a fine. preparation. 35c a bottle. . Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street. There's a Difference between shed cured dry wood and wood., that has been out in the rain and snow. Our wood is shed cured dry wood. Our coals are high grade coals. Calder & Richardson, 'Phone 450 Aootter Drop Strictly Fresh Eggs, per. doz 43c BUY THEM! Raked Beans 20c Brown Bread 10c Bread. Doughnuts and Other Good Things. j SOAP SALE FOR SATURDAY Bell's Laundry Soap, 7 cakes 25c Flotilla Soap, 6 cakes 25c Swift's Woo 1 Soap, 6 cakes 33c Apples , per pk 65c ALL FRESH Spinach, Lettuce, Celery, Parsley Nice White Parsnips, per lb 5c WHOLE PIECES f lbs. and up of Heavy Beef Ribs, per lb 10c Chucks, per lb 14c to 18c Fresh Killed Chickens and Fowls FOR BREAKFAST j H-0 Steam Cooked, Pan Burned Oats, pkg. ... 17c Green Mountain Brand Sausage 20c TALK OF THE TOWN California Sunkist oranges, down, at Marchotti'.- adv. The Tourist club will meet with Mrs. W. k. Lazuli Monday afternoon. Tublir dance every Saturday night, uuarry Bank liall; Carroll's orchestra. adv, . ' Large shipment of Polar bears just arrived, 4flc a pound., Marchetti's Fruit store. adv. ;. ; Mr. G. E. Stacy of Trow hil'l is ilowly recovering from bad case of bronchitis, ; Jliss Klva Bradbury i confined to her homo on Trow bill with a very se vere case of tonsilitis. j - . Are you interested in a good hotel proposition I Jf so, read the adv. on page seven rolalive to the Riverside, adv. ' Parker Edserly is seriously ill with bronchitis and heart trouble TALK OF THE TOWN home of Mr, C, ang street. at the Newholl, 121 Or- When you think of rouk!ug, think of a Sculptor. 4r.' , , . California Sunkiat oranges, 27c a down, at Marchctti's. adv. Large shipment of Polur bears Juh arrived, 4i)o a pound.. Aiarcncui rruu store. adv.- . : ' Discriminating' smoker prefor Sculptor cigar, Manufacturer by Wes ley Hoffman Tel 007-W. adv. There will be a religious film shown at the evening forum, l ni versa list church, Sunday, 7; 15 p. m.. The public it invited. adv. Tho Itiverside hotel in, Montpelier elands on one of the finest locations and does a thriving business. Read tho aqv. on page 7.-auv. RANDOLPH PROTECT VERMONT WILD LIFE. Miss Clara Huso of Morrisville, who haa been hero for several days with Mr. Kdaon Gilford and Mr. and Mrs. I A. J. Huse. left on Friday for her home. There will be a religious film shown j Mrg- uay Battles, who has been at at the evening forum, Universalist the sanatorium for several days for (hurohi Sunday, 7:1? p. m. Tho public j treatment of erysipelas, is said to be Is invited. adv. improving, but is not yet able to re- iiouse lor- saio, un wasiungton u "" street! best location in Barre. For in formation write Clinton F. Millar, P. O. box 43, Quincy, Mass. adv. House for ", sale, 08 Washington street; best, location In Barre. For in formation write Clinton F. Millar, P. O. box 43, Quincy, Mass. adv. Besides the soups and stories, there will be selections by Kicol's saxophone quartet at the Burn concert in the Presbyterian, church Wednesday,. Jan. 25adv. , ' . . ' , "St. A. Specials" cigars are always the same in quality and workmanship. Iflf1 nof rant valno fnr vniii mnnaw Ak your dealer. Raymond Guyette, ! ter- ,M"-. R; V?ym?n E. F. Briccs, who has since 1910 been the town clerk in tliia place, na$ re signed on account of ill health, and the Selectmen have appointed the assistant town clerk, John Sherburne, to fill the vacancy for the rest of the year. Mr. Briggs aucceeded Edgar A. Hatch, who also, waa town clerk for a long time. Miss Anne Gilbert' Bell came from Northampton, Mass., on Saturday, and Sunday accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bell, to Boston where Mrs. Bell will consult a specialist for rheumatism. Miss Ida Hatch is passing several daya at Fort Ethan Allen with her sis- Mfr., St. Albanif, Vt. adv. Pile sufferer can only get' quick, safe and lasting relief by removing the cause cutting and salves won't do. Hcm-Roid, a harmless tablet, is sruar- anteed by E. A. Drown adv, Will sell at private sale my farm. 18 I acres, two-cows, one heifer, 50 hens; uib uuuse, uiue-ruuin; eiccinc ugnis, running water, one-half mile from postofrice; good chance to raise poul try. Apply to Mrs. Irene Nelson or Tel. 393-31, adv. Lost or stolen: Some time during the supper for the Older Boys' confer ence last Friday night, a bag disap peared from the Methodist church. Jt contained shirts, collar, pajamas, toi let articles, echoed books, etc. Any in-; formation about it will be gladly re-! ceived by Byron T, Clark, Burlington. Miss Merle Allen has begun work a stenographer in the office of the L. W. Webster company. G. W. Clark of the Bennington Soldiers' home in visiting friends in town for several days. A. A. Thresher of Boston was here and at Bralntree the first of the week, returning to Boston to attend to busi ness. Wright D. Gifford was awarded six first prizes and one second prize on his exhibit of Red and Speckled Sussex poultry at the Vermont Poultry asso ciation held at St.t Albana last week. Mrs. A. B. Fish suffered a Severe at la Appeal of "The Nomad" la Boston Transcript. Writing in the Boston Transcript, "The Nomad" expresses the wish that wild life of Vermont might be protect "d as mu 'h as possible. "The Nomad" v ers otler suggestions in tho follow ing ' "The tsiern El Dorado. That is w'nef, tiitiy are calling Vermont In Tho Vermoutet, the state-booster niaeaitmo that i.i published at White River Junc tion, I In idea seems to he to advertise a stata Hint has already been adver tised by its loving son and daugh ters nil over the earth, and which, next after I --eland and Jerusalem, is prob ably the most unforgettable place that the L01 1 ever madti. Vermont deserves advertMr.g but it almost scenii a if there wre danger that these booste-s would Injure our northern lily by try ing to paint it. Praising the natural attrajt'nns of Vermont seems ti be a good. deal like making up for tho itaco a rosy country girl of perfectly peachy complexion and roseate natural color intersperstd with the delicate white ness of the untrodden snow. That pro cess w,-uld not be making up it would De making down, bo it is with ver mont when the boomers try to crack her l'p in the advertisements. er mont is perfect, and the praise of per fectioil only qualifies her. . . , .... "There Is one line of boosting litera. ture about Vermont, however, that the Nomad would like to see. Ho reads in The Vermonter that the Vermont Hotel association ha offered $100 in prizes to high school students for Uie best five-hundred essays about their respective towns. The boys and girls are thu to be stimulated into found ing the glories of their thriving burgs. Some of these eulogies would be worth reading. J lie best effort in this line of local glorification that the Nomad can now recall is .). Whitcomb Riley's poem on Tallholt. Ind., which contains the refrain, 'The little town of Tallholt is good enough for me.' The Nomad ha alwayi been interested in the form of local eulogy which may be called Tallholdt literature, and at he is also especially interested in Vermont, for tradition of a bear In the neighborhood constitutes an immense attraction for! any country Inn or boarding house, as suggesting a delightful and thrilling wihlness. And an actual bear track j in the woods or on the bills cnsiy 1 warrant! a couple of extra dollars a j week in the price charged for board, j The occasional snarl of a stray lynx or a bob-cut in the woods is also a de- j cided asset. But bears are getting so , scarce on the Vermont hills as to bs ' practically - non-exktent. Meanwhile the . rulfi'd grouse, or, in the - local toimue, the 'patrldge,' is going the way of the passenger piireon, and the recent change of the state law authorizing the nhooling of does threatens the ex tinction of the deer, lately so abun ant in nearly all jiarts of the state. It is f i tiiinlv' a very short-sighted pol icy for the Vermont peplc to permit the extermination of the wild crea tures, What a sad picture of a possible future for the state Is that which Incj! Howe draws in The Vonnonten , " 'Let us imagine, If we can, a visit to tho Vermont hills in 1975. If mat ter go on as they are now fast going, instead of wooded hills and fertile valleys, watered by gurgling moun tain streams, numerous song and insec tivorous birds in woods and fields, wild game and matchless wild flowers, this is what wa shall behold) Mountain sides stripped of their forests, the rock-rib of their being laid bar by erosion, meadows below laid waste, first by flood and then , by drought, wild life at its lowent ebb, and we shall crv out, "Whera ire the green hills of Vermont"?' "The Nomad refuses to believe that this scene will ever be witnessed. No body can denude these wonderful hills, But it U highly probable that the peo ple need to be aroused to the unfor tunate effect upon the attractiveness of their state of the' reckless destruc tion of wild life." Queer Salesmanship. A London weekly in an imaginary interviow with Lloyd George makes him say during an oratorical outburst, This Ship of State lurches perilously on the ocean. The helmsman stands ttark and Arm on the crosstrees." No wonder it lurches perilously with the oelmsinan standing half way up the the best of earthly reasons, he re-! mast. Boston Transcript Kirn ui ne iias not me opportunity to look over these local juvenile pen egyrles. v "Another effnrt in behalf of Ver- tack of heart trouble Tuesday night, 1 mont with which the Nomad. is in from which she seem to V recovering. Rev. and Mrs. Fraer Metzarer enter tained the former's Sunday school class Friday evening. Games and refresh ments were the order of the evening. A daughter was born on January About 00 friends took possession of10to Mr- nd Mrs. H. H. Cushman of the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hal vosa, upper Camp street, Thursday eve ning. It somehow leaked out Mr. Hal vosa was to leave town and the guests called to make sure to ee him off and wish him the best, of luck. In behalf pf the company present, Alfred Milne 1 chum f thi place is gTeat-great-aunt of the little girl. , MARSHFIELD There will be a farm bureau meeting presented Mr. Halvosa a fine traveling jn Marsnnpld at the Knights of I'y bag, for which he feelingly expressed, thias hall Wednesday evening at hi thanks. Songs, readings, selections 1 o'clock. Several talks will be given on hearty sympathy is the campaign that Is being. wnged before the legislature for the protection of wild life. The Yermontere are still maintaining a bounty for the destruction of bears. There are rot enough bears in Ver mont now to constitute a menace to human life or even to the peace and safety of pig-atles. while it i an in disputable fact that a mere rumor or Special- Values We are showing; a very attractive line of ' Voile and fine Muslin Waists. Some tailored models; others are dainitly trimmed with . lace, sizes 34 to 46; regular value, $3.00, sale price $1.95 each Blouse Curtains A broken line of made Curtains, materials of Voile, Marquisette, Net and Tuscan L'ace, in one, two and three pair lots. Sale priec $1.89 to $6.59 pair ADAMS COMPANY Barre, Vermont, Syndicate of Successful Stores. TAX BLANKS SENT OUT A Shrewd Youngster. "When I was at- grandma's, grum bled Bobby, "she used to let me have two piece of cake." "Well, she shouldn't have," said his mother. "J think two pieces of cake ara too much for little boys.- The older you grow the more wisdom you will gain." . Bobby was silenced, but only for a moment. . "Well, ma," he said, "grandma i a good deal cider than you are,5 Boston Transcript'. on the victrola, piano, violin and ae cordion were given by the guets. Re freshments were served. Mr. Halvosa ' left last night for Jacksonville, Fla., "The waere be ha secured employment. Foley' Has Never Failed. January is a bad month for influ enza, la gripje and bronchial troubles. It is unwise to neirlect Che ltehtet oongh or cold. Foley' Honey and Tar gives prompt relief, gets right at the trouble, covers raw inflamed surfaces with a healing coating, clear the air passage, eases twffy breathing and permits sound, refreshing, health-building sleep. Mr. F. A. Gibson. 1547 Col lege Ave., Racine, Wis., writes i "Fol ey s lias never tailed ia giving imme agricultural matter, among them an address by Dr. A. J. DeFossett of the state: department of agriculture on Eradication of Tvberctilosis." There will be light refreshments served, and a good social time for men and women, boy ami girl Some Big Rain Coming - Brigg had been . a member of the club for many years, but had never been known to spend a rent. "I say, Briggs," asked hi friend Tomkina one day. "what do you do with your money t "I'm aving up for a rainy day," was the reply. "A rainy day," returned Tomkin sarcastically. "I thought you were diate relief and I am never without it." saving up for a flood!" Philadelphia Sold everywhere. adv. Inquired. Stock Reducing Specials ' Value No. 6 Royal 'Brooms .$ .80... No. 6 Magnet Brooms .90. . . No. 7. Magnet Brooms .'. 95... No. 6 Gilt Edge Brooms 1.00. . . No. 8 Paris Brooms 1.10. . . No. 8 Rattan Mixed Brooms .1.15. . . No. 811 Whisk Brooms .451 . . No. 378 Whisk Brooms No. 930 Whisk Brooms No. 9S2 Whisk Brooms Auto Whisk Brooms . . Sale Price .-60c ..70c . .75c ..SOc SOc 90c 35c .45.... 35c .55. . . ,50c .55. . . .45c .60.... 50c ' Sale Value Price Horse Shoe Brand Iron Wringers ..$7.00 $5.00 Clothes Baskets 1.75.... 1.23 Clothes Baskets 2.45. ... 1.83 SATURDAY SPECIALS 3 Ids. 25c 20c 48c 35c 20c 38c 1 25c, 28c, -30c ............... 30c-35c ................ 35c 20c 20c 70c .$1.35 Beef Sausage, l6c lbs., Pork Sausage lt. .......... Roasting Chickens, lb. . Bacon, whole, 30c; sliced . . . Fore Quarter Lamb, whole . Legs Native Spring Lamb . . . Pork Roasts ........ T. . . Western Beef Roast, only Roast Veal ...... Veal Pot Roasts Western Beef Butts, whole Lard No. 5 ....... . . . Lard No. 10 Lard No. 5 ....... ...... 45c Celery, Lettuce, Radishes, Spinach, Squash, Pars ley, Brussel Sprouts, Parsnips. GROCERY DEPARTMENT 3 Rolls Builtmore Toilet- Paper ............ .425c 8 cakes Labor Saver Soap 25c 4 Cakes Joy White Nap. Soap .25c 6 Cakes Lenox Soap -..25c b Cakes Clean-Easy boap 2oc 3 Cakes Palmoline Soap 25c 6 Cakes Armour's Witch Hazel Soap 25c 2 rbs. Macaroni or Speghetti 25c 2 lbs. Ginger Snaps 25c 2 lbs. Prunes 25c Evaporated Apricots, per lb 30c Evaporated Peaches, per 25c Not Seed Raisins 10c 100 lbs. Sugar at Store ...$5.50 100 lbs. Sugar, Delivered $5.60 C. H. Cross Bread (price reduced but not the weight) 8c and 10c Houghton & Robins To Those in Vermont Reporting In come of 45,000 or Less. ;' The revised income tar form, 1040 A, for Individuals reporting incomes of $5,000 or less for the year 11)21 were mailed from the internal revenue office at Burlington Jan. 18. The new form have been reduced from six to four page, and revised to make it much simpler than in past year explain Collector Robert W, McCuen. Two of the page have been devoted to in structions, and these will serve as a useful guide to taxpayer who expe rience difficulties' in completing the re turns. The blanks have been sent out to eighteen thousand (18.000) taxpayers, and two copies nave oeen sent 10 eacn person in order that the taxpayers may retain a copy of their return for their; own use. Kverv person who tiled a eimilar return last year wo Included in the list sent out, but failure to re ceive a form from the revenue office doe not relieve a taxpayer of the obli gation of making a return. If any tax payer fail to receive blank within the next few days, they may be obtained at the collector's office in Burlington. or from the field deputies in the viri on zone of the state. The normal tax rate are unchanged, four per cent (4 per cent) on the first $4,000 of net income above the exemp tions, and eight per cent (8 per cent) on the remaining net income. The tat this year, a last, may be paid in full at the time of filing the return, or in four equal installments, March 15, June la, September 13 and December 13. Heavy penalties are provided by the new revenue act for failure to file a return and pay th tax on time. j 1 J-orms for filing individual return olj ncome of more than $.1,000 will be, sent out as soon as they are received from the bureau at Washington. , The collector of intern! revenue has made plans lor rendering advice and assistance to all taxpayer who are in need of aid to, properly complete their, return. The bureau t Wellington w:ll ; tend expert to assist individual tax-; payer, and especially corporation in ! making their returns, and the deputy. collectors of this district will visit the larjrer cities and towns of the elate to; ssist taxpayer who experience difll-. culties with their returns. Announi'ement will be made through the press of the date of release of oth ; er income tax and the itinerary of ex , perienced deputies of the internal reve nue service in the state. Predicting for 1922. The coming year is going to be a good one for those merchants who are going forward and not backward, and who aru always ready to learn. The., association are going to be tested as to their usefulness. Those who deliver the good-i will continue, and those who simply pcrpttuate the name and titles will fade and fade. The public is demanding better serv ice, better treatment and better value for it money, The public generally gets what it wants when it wants it bad enough and goes after it liar, I enough. . . The merchant of careless business"' habits, tlm man who does not know his cost of doing business and conse quently doe not know where to begin to reduce those costs intelligently, can nottope to win out-iu the fight for the 'public' dollar. There is nothing-in the future out. look to get shaky over or to worry about (because worry only unfits a man to do the things that must be done), out there is a lot to think about. It will require a lot of courage and bravery, but not foolhardiness, to win '. tho fight fat business, 'Kie thrifty, economically adminis tered busines-s will undoubtedly have little complaint to make when the final Inventory is taken at the close of 1022. Boot and Shoe Recorder. Best For RHEUMATISM Persons recovering through Var-nc-sis ten and fifteen years ago repor entire freedom from rheumatism. Evidence stronger than this can be produced by ' no other medicine. At Drug Stores Everywhere. Liquid or Tablets. Send for Booklet. VAR-NE-SIS COMPANY Lynn, Mass. Esttb. 1901 by W. A. Varney Sale - Value Price Rotary Ash Sifters $3.50. . . .$3.00 Sale Value Price Casseroles in N. P. frames $2.10. . . .$1.63 Pie Plates in N, P. frames 2.10. ... 1.63 3 MICRO Aluminum Bread Pans .. 2.10.... 1.62 3 MIRRO Aluminum Oblong Cake Pans 2.55 1.73 3 MIRRO Aluminum Round Cake Pans 1.80.... 1.15 3 MIRRO Aluminum Pie Plates .... 1.50. ... 1.03 UENNANT SALE pjNGWALTg LINOLEUMS LflSfO lILfj$i After invoicing we find we have a lot of remnant pieces of Linoleums and Congoleums with from 5 to 12 yards in a piece and will close them out at the following low prices: The $2.50 grade Inlaid at $1.58 The $2.00 grade Inlaid at . . . . ; 98c The $1.25 grade Printed at 78c The 95c grade Congolcura at 38c Also a few 9x12 Texolcum Art Sqrs. $9.98 Remember there h only from 5 to 12 yards in a piece and vou must take the whole piece at the above prices. LET US SHOW YOU. A. W. Badger & Co. A M.W AND LT.TO- ATE ALTO AMBULANCE 25c .30c .25c Oranges and Grapefruit J A big shipment of California and Florida Or- j anges just in See our window. ' 250 California Oranges, doz. 35c; 216 count . . .40c 200 Florida Oranges, doz. 50c; 176 Florida . .'. 60c Grape fruit 3 for 25c; extra large Grapefruit 2 for 10 lbs. R. Oats ,30c; 10 lbs. Graham 10 A or AA Oatmeal, 35c; 10 lbs. Corn Meal The above prices on 10 lbs. on Cash and Carry. Nourishment and Satisfaction Ladd's Twin Loaf combines these aualities, for. 10c Raisin Graham Bread, 10c; Raisin Bread for . . 10c Swiss Milk and U. V. M. Chocolates, ass'd, lb. . . 59c Plain Cream Chocolates, for Saturday, lb 20c Home Cured Hams Whole Hams, our own curei per lb 27c Rib Roast of Beef, lb. 35c; Hamburg Steak . . 15c Butt Steak, lb. 25c; Pig's Liver, lb 10c Leg of Lamb, lb40c; Round Steak, lb 35c Western Eggs for Saturday, per doz 35c Saturday Special Special on Oysters for aSturday, per pint ..... 10c Also Finnan Haddie, Lobsters and Clams, Scal lop, Roe, Shrimp and Smelt, Halibut, Ma ckeral and Salmon. Home-made Mayonaise: You can buy just what you want; nothing waited. THE F. a LADD CO. Tfie W. D. Smith Company, Inc. Phone 28, 29 Barre, Vt.