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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2.5, 1022.
TALK OF THE TOWN MARSUFIELD ' lT5HlEtHf) New Spring Line tj xrtains Laces Scrims Marquisettes Quaker Lace 1 7 V7ALL All ' New Patterns B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS-BEST t'P-TO-DATK MOTOR AMBULANCK BBBV1CI City rata mmt as bene-drfrtn smbu!nc: atatuc cslli t iwii trm. Ttlthn 87-W. Jlwiyi tb FirsJ to Giv the Public What it Vftn lirr at Si N. D. Phclps'Gb. Good in Case 1 .41 Mil' : . (IBestv n in Miss I'.'vrlvn Kox is very ill at home -at .'iii.Kast street. Hot chocolate that in delicious Drown's Drug utorc adv. Try one, Take swim home. They are fine. Eskimo' pies. Bane Drug Co. adv. TliknU for "AH at Sea" are going fttt. Buy jiow and Tm ure to have a scat for the concert, Feb. 2. adv. -Miss Myra Campbell of Berlin, Conn., arrived In Barro yesterday afternoon to pa. u few day with friends on her way to feherbrooke, P. Q- Mrs. James Hanry has returned to lie i' liuniM lu AViIIiMiiitown after pa- ins sevurul Uavs with Mr. James Milne of Liberty struct. The public whint and 500 party, which was to bo.jiven in K. ol' C. hall, i'unijini block, .January 2j, lias btwn postponed until aome future date. udv. ' The quarry owners of Quincy, Mass., have auiioutu'cd a no per cent reduction in the price of their rough stock, ac cording to well authenticated report received in Barro during the past few day. Hie Woman' club met yestreday afternoon, and despite the cold weath er a good attendant was present. Miss Rachel l)ix, instructor in .domaatie sci ence in the school, demonstrated the preparation of varlou salads. Following the installation of officers of Bane lodge 138, NVE. O. P., to night, a aupper will beserved. Offi cers of the supreme and grand lodge will be pmgnt and all member are requested to be on liana to the meet ing can begin promptly at 7:30. A meeting of the Charlotte Morris j Pant Matrons' and Past Patrons' asso elation of the O. K. S. will bo held en Wednasdav, Jan. 25, in Masonic hall at SaVrick. Banquet at 6 o'clock for past matrons and past patrons only. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Denning of Park street were called to Brattleboro Mon day by the death of J, T. Denning, cousin of Air. Denning or tnis city, who died at hi home there Sunday. The funeral was yesterday morning at 0 o'clock. - i We offer you 1921 made Empire tires and tubes at the lowest prices ever quoted in Barre or in Vermont.-' ;; - . -" -: " . :' A Guaranteed Tire With 6000 Fabric, 8000 Cord Mileage Adjustment A 30x3 Fabric at ... ....... , . .$6.57 Other Sizes Equally Low - J .All 1922 Association Made tires will be subject to factory adjustment without mileage guarantee. To avoid confusion in our 1922 adjustment serv ice we are offering you what few tires we have in stock at BELOW COST prices. If you miss this opportunity it will be to your loss. Come in and examine the tires and obtain our priecs. You will be surprised at the low tire-mile cost of Empires. Mail and telephone orders will be given special attention. Phone 28, 29 Barre, Vt. Good time ahead. Where? Quarry Bank hall, Wednesday evening, Uni versaliet church ladies' union dance. Everybody come. Dancing from 8 to 1. Carroll' orchestra. $1 per couple j extra ladies, 35c. Ticket now on ale on Main street. You can't afford to mis this good time. dv. A special meet in of Cobble Hill crransre is called for Friday evening, Jan. 27, to receive application for membership and refer the same to committee. The members of the de gree team ore expected to be present for practice. By order of the wortiiy master. ' ; . The third talk in the better citizen ship series under the auspices of the civic department of the Barre H oman rlub will be held to-night at Aldrk-h hall at 7:30 o'clock, (a) "The May or, His Powers and Duties, the Policy of the prenent Administration,". Mayor Frank K. Langlcy. (b) "Our Munici pal Law Makers, Methods 'of Legis lation and . Administration," Alderman Edwin Keast. TALK OF THE TOWN A big smoker, Legion club, Wednes. (juy, Jan, 25. ' l."nivetfalist church ladies' union dance, Wednesday oveninc. ,adv. Twenty per cent discount, on iiovv shoe and skis at Drown' Drug atoiy, T-adv. . , Heavy rubber footwear vulcanized by machinery. Good as new. Bring them in. J'. J. Hastings, 371 North Main street. adv. i To-day being the feast T h con version ot St. Paul, special services were hell in the Church of the Good (shepherd thin morning. . News was received in Barre yester day of the birth of a daughter laot Friday to Mr. and Mr. James Crulck shank of Northfleld, Mr, and Mrs. Crtikkthiuik were formerly of Barre. Miss Mary 'E, McCarthy, I?. V.,' of Summer street, who completed her du ties caring for Gov. Hartness Sunday night, wu called to Northfield yester day to f arc for a student at Norwich university. Mr. aad Mrs, M. H. Bosmer of Mor risiville and their daughter have re turned to their home, after passing a few daya with Mr. Hosmer's parents, Mr. ami Mrs James R. MaeKenzie, of Merchant street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Ferguson of Lawrence, Mass., who arrived in Barre a few tiiiys ago, planning on remaining a lew weeks with relatives, returned to thtsir home last jusrht, bain called there by the audden illness of Mr. Fer guson' father. 'Seven year aao yesterday the old City hotel burnea on the site of the present Hotel Bane. The Are raged under wdnther conditions almost ex actly similar x to those' which have frripped the city for the past few days, the temnernturo going 23 below nero. Twenty - guests at the hotel were forced to flee to the street scantily clad, but there were no casualties. TALK OF THE TOWN Kskimo pie. They are new and de lirious at the Barre Drug Co. -adv. Dance at Williamutown grange hall Thursday, Jan. CurroH orchestra. adv, Pilif Miflc.rtr cau only get quick, safe and lasting relief by removing the cause -"inting and salves won't' do. Ham -Hold, nharmlc tablet, is guar anteed by E. A. Drown. adv"! I Annual Masonic dance' and chicken'- pie supper will be held at North Mont- I pelier iiK 17. adv. WILLIAMSTOWN ! K. J. nutter, optometrist, will be at! the hotel. Friday, the 27th. Call and j have your eyes examined. adv. A Revelation in Green Tea IT'S SO SWEETLY DELICIOUS PURE, CLEAN AND a r- BSD is sold on merit and merit alone. Try it once and you will never go bacll to japans. At an grocers. ill A tough battle is in store for the fpaulding basketball team Friday night when the Montpelier high school boys how here, if the rumors leaking out of the Capital city have any foun dation. It U said Montpelier has one of the strongest teams ever aeen at the school and, of course, the old rival ry between the two teams will insure an interesting game- A hard and interesting basketball game was fought between Mi Per rin's first team and Miss Smith's flret team, Miss Perrir.'a winning by th score of 4 to 2, Harry Bossi, the star, shot two baskets from difficult angle. The Imeuut Mm Perrin a room J. Johnson, Ifj D. Calevro, rf; H. Boss), cs Elio (.omolli, lg; James Taylor, rg. Miss Smith's roora J. Kaia, rfi J. Di- neen, If; P. Davidson, c; H. Anker, lg; W. Mathews, rg, the swift little for ward for' Miss Perrin's room is Aldo Fontana. ' At the annual meeting of the file nugie club, held in Clan Gordon hall reeenlly, the following oftieer were elected"; President, A. Matthews; vice president, Joseph Fraer; secretary, James Freda nd; treasurer, W. Dun can; auditor, James Forrest and James Dunbar) trustees, J. Strachan and A Smith. Owing to the club not hav ing held its usual annual banquet at Christmas time, the members decided to hold a small social evening, with dance aid lefrexbments, same to take n!e on Saturday evening, Jan, 28, in the Wort lien hall. -This social is con fined to the club members and their friends. Cooper's oichwtra, whjcb has always been in tie way of providing music for any social times the club has ci'er held, has been engaged again and a god time i in stora for all. It is hop".t that all members will 'turn out. Tho price is fixed so that all can afford to b there. GRANITEVILLE Regular meeting of Maple Leaf camp, M. Wv of A., in Miles' hall Thursday evening, Jan, 20. Installation of ofti cers. - Alfred B. Jenkiii,: ReguUr meeting of Maple Leaf camp, No, SMJ, in Mile' hall Thursday, Jan. 2d. Installation and the? important business. Member please attend. Notice. Regular meeting of branch No. 12, Q. W. t. U. of N. A., will be held in Milet hall Jan. 25 at 7 o'clock. Ssrve k Mot When the time comes to serve coffee, be sure to J have it hot pipin' hot, and make it our FRESH I ROASTED BRAND, The flavor is the whole thing. Being fresh roasted the brown berries are almost bursting with their fresh flavor. A trial pound will prove it Four Grades, per lb . . : 23c, 30c, 35c, 40c TEA STORIES i Uncolored Japan, basket and pan fired 55c .Rob Roy Black Tea, per lb 53c English Breakfast Tea, per lb 43c SALTED CUCUMBERS 3 lbs. for 23c 4 cans Van Camp's Soups 23c NONE LEFT OVER We are always sold out on Doughnuts, which testifies to their goodness. . Musicians, .Attention. There will be a special meeting of the M. P V., local 488, on Sunday, Jan. 29, at 2:.10 p. m. in the new band room under th city clerk's oflice, for the purpose of dicuing a raUe in the quarterly cues. All members are re quested to le present. The time to ex press our opinion is at the meeting not afterwards. Per order president, Mario C. Barneri. Making Friends With Birds. Farmer are urged by the bureau of biological survey of the United State department of agricultural to make friend with bird and to encourage them to help in the destruction of in ject pesta. Chief among the sugges tions for .obtaining the Aid of these feathered allies are that tree and shrubs be planted along the field division and that bird house be erected in ' which they may set up spring housekeeping. While the modern wire fence ha enabled farmers to carry cultivation close to the boundaries of fields and has brought a greater area under the plow, it has not produced greater yieu), according to some authorities, because the changes in fence construc tion entailed the destruction of the nesting places of birds among the bramble, briers, berries and ahrulm, and consequently the bird have not been attracted to help the farmer in the protection of hi crops. ' The numbers of bugs and parasite birds consume are aliasing. Federal authorities have figures to back their contention that the maintenance of bird house and bird refuges is of great benefit to agricultural and fruit-growing communities. Aside from the question of economics the birds are pleasing guests, rewarding their hosts with their varicolored plumage and full-throated uhomves at morning and eventide. New York Herald. Down! Down!! Down!!! Sale on all Dress andv Work Shoes Continues. Men, You Cannot Buy Better Shoes at My Prices. AH press Shoes, styles and leathers,, from ; $3 to $6 All Work Shoes from ..... .$2.25 to 4.50 Rubbers are going at reduced prices, too. . Men's Light Rubbers ...... $1.00 and $1.15 Men's Heavy Work Rubbers . . . . . ". , . . $1.25 20 per cent discount on all Heavy Rubbers. You will make no mistake in buying Shoes here for your future needs. Watch this space for other sales. Your inspection solicited. A. Bisset "Everything in Footwear" 2 .MERCHANT STREET, BARRE. The Modern Way of Washing Attend the Special Sale and Demonstration This Week on I :ti": ) Six Year of Rheumatism Cured. N'orwood. X. Y., March 11, 1901. Td Whom It May Concern: I, Charle H. Bowen. of Norwood, X. V., have be-n in the drug business for the pa-t fifteen year and have sold and taken all kind of rheumatic rures. but nrr found one that would eure me until I took the Famous A. J. P. Rheumst!c Cure. Three bottles of It have cure! me coirplet.lv of rheuma tism of six vears' standing. Charles II. Boweu. Ph. G. Youi1 druggit ba it. Adv. Safe Milk Far Infinli InTaJidr. OCOOKINC ov ?oo& -Drink for AU Afea .'rh Lunch at Home, Office, n4 .interna. Aek io HORUCtrX INSIST H .on IE) !l Quick-Seating !! I! Jfie V. D. Smith Company, Inc. jj When overhaulirj: jour car. m ' All sizes in stock. II. G. Bennett Karrt Carafe 69 c for your old hot water bottle in exchange for a new Maximum The Red Cross Pharmacy SCRUB-NOT Scrub-Not comes in a 1 pound box, enough for 12 large washings: It is the only product that will not fade clothes; does not shrink flannels; injure the finest fabrics or the hands. Contains no acid, lime or potash. . Use it for washing dishes, silverware, milk bot tles, separators, floors, paint, woodwork, windows. Highly recommended by plumbers for bathrooms. "Robs Washday oMts Drudgery" Scrub-Not, 20c per pkg. It is a pleasure to demonstrate an article that will materially lighten the labor of washing dou bly so when it is a decided economy. Tues and Wed., Jan. 24 and 25 Come in and let us show you Eugene M. Lyons, Main St. .Yards and Yards of New Silks They represent the finest fabrics that looms can possibly produce! . Our buyers have just returned from Boston and New York markets, and you will find that Spring Fashions are forecasted in both weaves and colorings. . 36-inch Paisley Habutai Silks, yard . . ..... . . .$1.95 40-inch Paisley Crepe-de-Chine, yard ..... . . .$2.95 36-inch Satin Francais, yard . .". . . . . ... .... .$3.50 40-inch Crepe Satin, yard , . ... ... ... .$3.75, $2.95 36-inch Two-toned Taffeta, yard . . ... . . . . . . .$1.95 36-inch Messaline, yard ........ . . . . . . . . . . . $1.95 40-inch Crepe-de-Chine, yard . ... . . .... .... .$2.25 40-inch Georgette Crepe, yard . ........... . $2.25 36-inch Silk Poplin All the new Spring Shades,, Silver, Gray, Pongee, Old Rose, Seal Brown, Black, Navy, White and Copenhagen Blue ; per yard ..... ....... $1.15 40-inch . Sport Satin, Black, Navy, Burnt Orange, Jade, Verbena Turquoise, Africa n Brown, Quaker Gray and Seal Brown; per yard .....$2.25 to $2.95 ADAMS COMPANY Barre, Vermont, Syndicate of Successful Stores. YOUR LOYAL SUPPORT You give your loyal support to a great government enterprise and also obtain its protection tor your money, when you be come a depositor of the First National, which is a member of the Federal Reserve System. The First National Bank MONTPELIER, VT. 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 66 Another Hit Scored at Barre's Finest Soda Fountain EsUdnimo IPiies 99 The original Milk Chocolate Coated Ice Cream Bars have just been received. Try one Take some home for the kiddies they all like them! We receive them fresh dailv. Before or After the Shows Try 6ur New Hot Chocolate With a Slice of Raisin or Citron Cake. -If Different" Barre Drug Co., Inc. Park Theatre Bide 239-211. No. Main Street Dried Fruits For Sauces, Pies and Desserts Prunes in bulk, mixed seizes, 2 lbs 25c Prunes, 70 to 80-count, per lb 15c Prunes, 40 to 50 count, per lb 20c Dried Peaches, in bulk, per lb '. 23c Apricots, choice grade, per lb 30c Seedless Raisins, Golden Vale, full weight, pkg 23c Seeded Raisins, Sunmaid, pkg 23c; 2 pkgs 15c Seeded Raisins, Sunmaid, 5 pkgs . $1.00 Currants, fancy cleaned, in pkgs , .23c Mincemeat, in bulk, ready to use, per lb ... ' 25c None Such Mincemeat 2 lb. can, ready to use, 15c None Such Mincemeat, pkg:, cash and carry 15c Evaporated Apples, per pkg ! 20c Imperial Raspberry Pie Fruit, 2 pkgs 25c Canned Blueberries, each 2Sc; 4 cans $1.00 Red Raspberries, each 35c; 3 cans for $1.00 Loganberries, fancy, per can 30c and 35c Government Issue Bacon Bacon in 12-Ib. net weight, can each S2.30 Bacon, per lb 25c; 5 lbs. for LOO THE F. D. LADD CO.