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.THE BAllllE DAILY TIMES, BAURE, VT., FRIDAY, JANUARY' 27, 1022.
I Laces Scrims . , Marquisettes Quaker Lace X! tef f New gy 7 Spring jk VAU Line jf : PAPER All New Patterns B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBCtAXCE SEVIC1 Ciljr rtr nn as hcrse-drivcn ambulance! taUnt rail at riMiaafcl Inu Ttlephana T-W. ' JMway the Firtt to Give the Public What ijt WW i American Mineral Oil 85c Pint The logical lubrication for constipation. Better than "pills. A high grade quality; colorless, odor less and tasteless.. A full pint in each bottle. Drown's Drug Store Tel. 630 and 631 K. MACRAE No. 1 Pearl St., Just a Step from Main St. FINAL CLEARANCE SALE OF COATS Every garment now marked regardless( of what they cost in order to have a quick and thorough clearance. Several smart Coats stilt left in stock to select from. DON'T OVERLOOK THIS SALE All Waists Marked at Big Reductions 800,000 Overlands in Use ' Drive two Cars and Still Save Money Many an owner finds it profitable to use the Overland as a utility car, instead of the big car with its heavy opera tion expense. 25 miles to the gallon of gas, as most owners obtain, saves a deal of money throughout the year. Quick starting, easy to handle in traffic, comfortable, always dependable. The 2QQFC f. o. b. SEDAN tpOJD Toledo Roadster. ... $395 Touring. .. .$395 .Coupe. . . .$830 H. F. Cutler & Son 13 South Main Street Tel. 750 TALK OF THE TOWN $1.20 at TALK OF THE TOWN Men' dres rubber for Barre liar ua in store, adv. Ciwks Newton of Vergenne was a biiaiiiaiw vixitor in Bane to-day. Afn' heavy rubbers, value $4.50, at tlM, at Barre Bargain a tore-adv. Thomas Vanston lias gone to North Hero to jai a few days at hi camp thm. ' ' ' City Attorney William Wmliart I in Burlington to-day, attending the mect iiif? of the sheriff. ' l'age 4, Hhaw and Merry .Widow kisses 2flc a patkaKe t Drown". Don't fail to try them.- adv. Mra. Phylli Morjran of Middlrbury arrived in Uarrc yesterday afternoon to pa a week with relative. Thoma Can oil. jr., U absent on tf bushte trip to New Jersoy for a few day in the interest of Carroll Bros. C. H. PreebrcT of Arlington, N. J., ami V-A. 1'renhrev of Little Fails, t; are in Barre on business connected with the Presbrey-Leland Co. Moiwe for Sale.- 08 Washington street; best location in Barre. For information write Clinton F. Millar, P. 0. box 43, Quiney, Mass. dv. A number of Barre women will con duct a bridge party at K. of C. ball thi afternoon the proceeds to be de voted to the hospital aid association. Mra, S. E. Brown of 327 North Main street has gone to Lilaud Pond to as sist W aunt, Mrs. Chaj-ies Nohin, as there is serious sickness in the home, . i . . Glenugie club members! Don't for get the social and dance In Worthen hall Saturday evening. Members can bring a friend. All out for . a good time. Mrs. Elizabeth Paul, who tinder went a serious operation t City hospital, a f.f u'anlia norn Wlia mitl'll'ient 1 V reCOV- ered to-dav to return to her tome onv Ayers street. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Calder and children. Marion and George, of Frank lin, N. H., are in Barre passing a few days with relatives. ' Regular meeting of Central Labor union will lie held in Carpenters' hall, Worthen block, to-night at 7:30 o'clock. Per order secretary. Leo Kchoo of Graniteville, a stu dent of Spaulding high adiool, i mak ing hia home with Mrs. M. K. Mc Carthy of Summer street for the re mainder of the winter. Mr. nd Mrs. Douglas McHarg of Kasthampton, L. I., left Barre last night to return to their homes, after pausing several days nere ana m aioni pelier visiting relatives. The bridge repair gang of the C. V. R. R. has left Bane, after completely renewing the top of the turn-table south of the railroad station. AH new tie and planking have been installed. William McGinty of Dorchester, Mass., who has been in liarra for a few davs on business connected with the erection of a new Catholic church in that city, left Barre this noon to re turn to his home. . , , ' ' The management of Carroll's orches tra wish to refute the statement that Mix Ellen Trainor of New Haven, Conn., , passed- yesterday with friemli in Bane on her way to Montreal. Baraeas, Pliilatheas- and Winner, look! WhcreT At tho Baptist church. Whent Friday night. At what time! Oh, at 7:30. adv. Frank kartell, superintendent of the l'reslirey-Leland company, is quite se riouoly ill with bronchitis. His condi tion to-dny is reported a being slight ly improved. Mrs. Christine Wallace of Rockport, Mass., arrived in the city early this morning, having been .called here by the seriou illness of her brother, James R. McKenzie of Merchant street. Fred L. Page of 34 Highland avenue returned lac t night from a few days' visit with his wn, Dr. Leon 10. Pag' of Newport, who leaves Sunday night to take up a year's post-graduate work in osteopathic surgery with Dr. G. M. Laughlin of Kirksville, Mo. According to orders just issued by Adjutant General Herbert T. Johnson of the state's military department, the annual armory inspection of Co. M, Vermont National Guard, will be held In Barre on Monday, March 0. The inspection of tha service company at Montpclier will be held March 7, of the state arsenal at Montpelier Maach 8. and of the state administrative staff at Montpelier March 8. ; " WILLIAM STOW N BETHEL Bethel Nw Congregational Pastor la Experienced in Many Line of Work, I!ev. A. B. Christy lias accepted s call ' to the pastorate of tho Congregational church and is on tho ground, having supplied the pulpit the last three Sun days. . I Albert Barnes Cnty was Lorn and educated in New York City, taking hia B. A. and M. A. from tho College of the City of New York aiid his It. I), i from Andover teminary. He has served Conaregational churches in Berlin and Conway, Mass., Hudson. Cleveland,; Painesvllle and Unionville, O., New Smyrna, Kla., and Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was state superintendent of tho' i Anti-Saloon league of Rhode. Island for 17 years. In connection with his pastoral du ties he was instructor in elocution and voice training at the IIudon academy Mid the University of New Mexico and Western Reserve university. He has traveled In Europe and Palestine and J extensively in this country. Ha has ! had medical training and his service in . the Anti-Saloon league gave him inti mate knowledge of the criminal law and practice and he has served a ex ecutor of two estates. He writes ser mons in full but does not take his man uscript to the pulpit and speaks appar. ently without notes. Having long in structed others in the art of delivery, he ha cultivated that art himself as a speaker and interpreter of the Bible and of the hymns of the church. He comes from Unionville, O., where he succeeded in quickening a dmcour- .1, mil k. i.:.. .,..,1. ,.t i,azca ciiurcu to now nnaticiat ana suir- presented to the road commissioner or'Jtual lifa; especially in the repair and left at the town clerk's office not later, beautifying of U bwld ings. He has them married, and the youngest is a senior at the Harvard law school. His The Time is Right to buy a quarter or a chunk of Beef. It is good to have on hand and then you know just where your next meal is coming from. IN OUR BAKERY DEPARTMENT Beans baked right and Brown Bread will be ready for you, besides, those melt-in-your-mouth Dough nuts and other good things. Strawberry Squares, per dozen , 20c HERE'S THE SYRUP Lyle's Golden Syrup, imported from England, ab solutely pure, per can 40c KARO, per can 10c, 43c, 85c WHITE KAKO, per can ...20c, 50c, 90c MAPLE KARO, per can 13c EVERYBODY'S SYRUP, 3 cans for 25c IT IS DELICIOUS on your toast in the morning home-made Marma lade a good value, per jar 25c FRESH GREEN VEGETABLES. Lettuce, Celery, Spinach and Parsley. Have vou tried the Tub Butter we are selling, per lb., at 13c The . D. Smith Company, Inc. the organization was to play in Hines- burg Saturday night. The orchestra plays regularly Saturday night in Quarry Bank hall. Mrs, W. If. Homer and daughter, Elizabeth, who returned to their home in Morrisville Hunday, were called back to the- citv yesterday by the condition of Mra. ilomer's father. They will remain here for a few day. Judirs II. William Scott of Richard son street returned to Barre last night from .St. Albans, where ho instituted a lodge of the New England Order of Protection; Judge Keott is a former supreme warden of the order. Mits Iabelle C Jjelson, for the past several year a saleslady and member of the firm of Mrs. Shepard Co., left last night for New-York City, where she ha accepted a more lucrative po sition. Misa Nelson lias the btftt wihe of a great many friends. Joint installation and (upper of the A. O. 1L and Ladie' Auxiliary, which was pofponed, will be held in Worth en hall Tuesday evening, Jan. SI. La dies' convention at Worthen hall in the afternoon. A. O. H. convention in K. of C. hall in the afternoon. The recently reorganized Bailey Mu sic Room on Pearl street will be moved soon into the quarter formerly occupied by the Eaftoian store on North Main street.' Extensive alter ation are underway at the store and when completed the muic firm will move in. Barre winter sports enthusiasts tir ing of waiting for tha severe weather of the past few days to moderate, the toboggan chutes on Trow hill were once more the big attraction last nijrht. A big crowd was at the hill all eve ning and many remained to slide until after 1 o'clock this morning. The two large floodlights recently installed were turned on and worked perfectly, illumi nating the entire course, t Max Either, widely known in Barre at an entertainer and prominent Amer ican Legion member, left.lant night for Cambridge, Mass., to take up his new duties at the office there of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company. Mr. Fisher ha been tattachd to the lH-a! orlice of the company for over a year as agent and recently wss pro moted to iliit manager of the Cambridge d. strut. Mr. Fihr will join her husband in Cambridge later. than Jan. 28. J. E. Daly, The intermediate Chriatian Endeav or society will celebrate the forty-flret anniversary of Christian Endeavor by Riving a play, The First Meeting ot C. E.," in the church parlors Thurs day evening, Feb. 2, at 7.30. There will also be piano and saxophone solos and singing. Delicious refreshment will he on wle. The public is most cordially invited. Methodist Episcopal church Alba M. Markey, pastor. While worship at 10.-30 "a. m. Mr. Outland will speak. Sunday school at 12 o'clock. Percy Jef fords, superintendent. Union service at Congregational church at 7:30. Enthu siastic ringing for a Half Dour. sir. Outland will talk. The young people are especially invited. Kpworth league Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Box social and promenade at grange hall Monday evening, Jan. 30. Admis sion, 15c. Ladies bringing box ad mitted free, Gent buying boxes will be returned tbeip admission fee. adv. Seed-Molasses. We have a car of Xtraviti seed molasses due to arrive. Will sell at 20c per gallon out of car or 22e per gallon at'ier unloading, bar rel lot only. Charles M. Scaver & Co. adv. Board oi Civil Authority Meeting. The board of rivil authority will meet Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the town clerk's office for the- pur pose of . abatement of taxes and any other business that properly comes be fore said board at that time, . G, F. McAllister, cleik. PLAIN FIELD family now consists of himself and his wif. They will be welcomed heartily by the chi .'h and the community. .The David Buttrick company of Ar lington, Mass., has purchased O. A. Marsh's lease of a basement store In the Bascom houe block and will usa it for a cream station. This corpora tion i a large buyer of eream for the boston marfcet, ana win oejfin ousiness j next Monday, with n. ii. uinsmore m ( charge a mamager. i Mr. and Mrs. David Wyllie are in j West Newbury, Mass., to visit their son, Maurice B. Wyllie, and Mra. Wj I- lie's mother, who i in very poor health. ! Oren Lookwood is working at the, Arnold market. The boy scouts met at JBcout Mas ter Paul F. Wilson's home last eve-' nhig with a full attendance. Four j boy finished the test for second-class ecout, It was decided ,ti divide thej troop Into three patrol, named the) Wolf, F.aglo and Panther patroU. There isjoom in the troop for a few more member. The new fire alarm sounded for a nre tne nrsi lime ia:i etrniHR ior n chimney fire at ReuseHs Celentano's on South Main street. The member of the Mothers' club ptease notice that the next meeting will be held with Mildred Page Thurs day morning, Feb. 2. . Social dance at S, k, D. of L. hall. Saturday evening, Jan, $. All come out for a good time. Admission to dance 50c per couple, refreshment 25c per plate. auv. The funeral of Pauline Cutler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cutler, will be held at the home Sunday at 1 p. m Rev. A. W. Hewitt will officiaie and burial will be in the village ceme tery. Quite the Contrary. I worked two whole week on a bit of verse and then sold it for a toug." "Too bad!" "Not at all it was a song." Boston Transcript. i Like an Elephant. While in the country last year a lit tle city boy saw his first baby pig, and it made a great impression on him. Sa great was the impression, in fart, that tli youngster made the pig the first object of his concern when the family again visited the country place tlit following spring. "WhcM i my littlu piggie?"' he im mediately Inquired. "Come with me and I will show joti," his country .cousin replied. .- ' ! When the city boy reached the pen with hij companion and saw what looked to be about WO pound of poik j "on the hoof he a dumfounded. j "And did that little pigsry grow as ; much a 4 that in one year!" j "Yes." In open-eyed wonder the boy ex claimed: "Gcet I beteha wlien I come back next summer bc'U have a trunk." Voungstown Telegram Extraordinary. i ''Did your wife have a complete i trousseau tjlien you were married? j "I should ay so. Why. I didn't have i to buy her any clothes for three . week afterward. Boston Transcript. ! Notice. Joint installation and supper of the A. O. H. and Idis' Auxiliary, which was postponed, will be held in Worth en hall Tuesday evening, Jan. 81. La dies' convention at Worthen hall in the forenoon. A. O. H. convent ion in the K. of I . hall in the afternoon. E score I ! Mrs. Tin icewedd Well, dear, how do rou like oiir new papa? j Marjory .!. nmmma. do go n j marrying men like that; tie's g.vn me I a hle dollar. PoMoa Tianwrtpt. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. Oil, H"IINkB- lFr (OUT ralim, r Krctcr : m . ma dirt : u b trrait4 fritn miH tn wmrf Iw. Vv Vt i the r"4l! torr ir,il. wvltmo. iraninf m Kir : rmU Gtarr W oo, 12 ( irr r t i '-. :h LOFT -A r fKJiu pra ; Kn4r I US k t -f W- 4 ur arura ; U at bummr -LOcT-fiW eri.m f' ww . mmnrt mm J ti rmriimM: 4 r ,M ? Ih 1r- --o. J-J' fR SALT - IfcMti V W Wnn mrm; wn rtr Uc pmmM-m : SU- imrr, -' ?- Vrnri 1V(,r.:li s rM -w W-,.h t-rm. I rw. 4m SATURDAY SPECIALS Beef Sausage, per It) ilbc; 3 lbs! 25s Pork Sausage, per lb s..f.. ... 20c Boneless Home Cured Smoked Shoulder, lb 20c Home Cured Bacon, strips, lb 25c; sliced lb 35c Fresh Pork Shoulder, whole, per lb 20e Pork Roasts, per lb .25c, 28c, 30c Salt Pork, per lb .15c Lard, No. 5 pail 75c Lard, No. 10 pail $1.40 Western Beef Pot Roasts, per lb .20c Western Deef Roasts, per lb 35c Veal Pot Roasts, per lb 20c Roast Veal, per lb .35c Legs Spring Lamb, per lb .40c Forequarter Spring Lamb, whole, per lb .25c Western Beef Butts, whole, per lb 20c Roasting Chickens, per lb 4Sc Fancy Fowls, per lb 40c Celery, Lettuce, Squash, Parsnips. Horse Radish, one-half pint .15c; pint 25c GROCERY DEPARTMENT Evaporated Apricots for 30c Evaporated Peaches for 25c Can Blueberries 25c, 35c Monadnock Ra ppberries , 35c; 3 for $1.00 Lo. mberries 35c; 3 for $1.00 Can Pumpkin ISc 2 cans Com for 25c Canned Dandelion or Spinach, No. 3 cans . . . .25c 2 cans Evaporated Milk 25c 4 cans Small Evaporated Milk for 25c 2 lb. Ginger Snaps for ' 25c rtlls Biltmore Toilet Paper for 25c 8 cakes Labor-saving Soap for 25c 0 cakes Armour's Toilet Soap for 25c C. II. Cross Bread 10c. Fc Grapefruit 3 for 25c and 10c Houghton & Robins Big Sale of Goats resses and In this space you will find big, big Coat and Dress values and our policy has always been not to carry over from one season Ho another.' This is one of the greatest oppor tunities to purchase a Coat and a Dress at Prices that wouldNnot rebuy the apparel offered. Coats Your choice of 35 Coats, material of Bolivia, Ve lour and Pollyanna; colors Navy, Brown and Frost Blue ; sizes 16 to 4Gi; regular values $29.50 and $25 All at One Price . . .... $17.50 each Coats And awaiting your selection, we have placed on sale 15 Coats made of high grade materials. There are some Printzess models; colors African Brown, Pekin Bine and Tan; sizes 18 to 44; garments that were ; $39.50 now $22.75 $55.00, now ........$40.25 $59.50, now ....... .$45.50 , $69.50 now $56.95 Money Sav ing Values for Friday and Saturday ; Bungalow Aprons 10 dozen Ladies' Bun galow Aprons, , made of Bates' Gingham, in regu lar and extra sizes ; $1.50 value 69c each Coats Misses' models; materials of Velour and Plaid Back Coating size3 12 and 14 years; colors Brown, Navy and Frost Blue; garments that were $15.00 now $19.50 now $22.50 now $25.00 now . ..$8.69 ..$10.95 ..$11.50 . $14.50 Dresses Your choice of 25 Dresses; materials of Serge, J ret Twill; in Navy Blue only; Tricotine and Poii sizes 1G to 47 ; were $29.50 and $25.00 All at One Price $14.95 eaclt Dresses Another line of Dresses consisting of just 12 in number; materials of Imperial Serge, Tricotine and Poiret Twill; Navy Blue only; sizes 18 to 46; Dress es that were , $35.00 now $29.50 now $32.50 now $25.00 now $22.50 now .......$25.95 .......$20.25 $22.75 .$17.85 $16.95 Women's Outing Robes I v The greatest ; value in Night Robes you can find. Sizes 16, 17, 18. These Robes' are made of extra heavy colored Outing Flannel, cut the fullest; made the best; $2 value, for .Friday and Satur day $1.00 each Sheets 10 dozen 81x90 Sheets; made of good, quality Bleached' Cotton; $1.75 value . $1.29 each Colored Outing Flannel 500 yards of Colored 0 u t i n g -I Flannel. In stripes and checks;- reg ular value 19c yard Sale price 12'2C yd. Linen Crash 16-in.' All-linen Crash, bleached, heavy quality; 39c value- Sale price 25c yd. i Damasks 72-in. White Mercer ized Damask ; several dif ferent patterns for your selection, at . 75c yd. Turkish Towels 20 dozen all White Tur kish Towels ; a big value atlOc Sale price 12 Vie ea. ADAMS COMPANI Barre, Vermont, Syndicate of Successful Stores. In Advance. A certain magistrate made a ruling so unfair that three young lawyer entered an immediate and igorou protet. The magistrate fined eaih oi them 3 for contempt of court. Ilardlr had thia been done when an older lawyer walked up to the desk ami handed the clerk ll). He then naid, "Your honor, I wish to tate that 1 hate twiia a much contempt for thin eourt a any man in the room. , button Transcript. I Twisted. j f rb-haw The citie My your story of life in a mU town i a wonderful delineation of character. i renfleld-They must be wronjr. Four different fellow out ere claim to be the hero. Jmlfe A Scmitirt Soul! "Did voti have much i with' "Better Klifilih week' in t MisjrervilleT v" the editor of the Chirser- I ille llaricn, "our millionaire is a ell- made fnn and lie seeme.1 to taa u a ; a per.u.il arTront. Hirminuuam -ige Herld. Economy Is Good Form To secure the best value for your money is wis dom. Cereals at our cash and cary prices are a good purchase. 10 lbs. Rolled Oats ,...30c 10 lt)S. A or A A Oatmeal 33c 10 lbs. Graham ..... . ;T30c 10 lbs. Cornmeal 23c Teco Tancake Flour 10 lbs. Rye Flour .. 30c Quaker Cornmeal 2 Shredded Wheat 23c Larc Quaker Oata 23c Large Mother Oats .10c .10c .20c CENTRAL HOUSE nircBairc's American UAlCltalian Restaurant We aim to serve the best d'nner i Bthe tity at fifty ctats the pla.e. jMipj.cr equally g4 at ftrty eea;. Afternoon Tea, for Shoppers and students, 3 to 4:30 Chicken Sandwich, Tic or Cake, Tea, 25c. A La Carte Seme 6 a. m. to 12. Midnight riiilip Cfnaraisnn Prepnetet. American Eagle Bread Flour, ifc bbl $1.00 Special oh pure Cream Tartar, in bulk, i4-lt.. .10c Western Eggs for fying and cooking, doezn 35c California Oranges 2."j0 count, per doezn . . . .30c Florida Grapefruit, 2 for" 25c; 3 for 25c QUALITY COUNTS Last month we used 3720 quarts of milk in making of our Twin Loaf. This explains, in part, the keep ing qualities and freshness of our Rread. Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs Saturday. Plain Sugared Doughnuts and Sweet Doughnuts. Raked Beans, per quart . .20c; Brown Bread . .10c Pies, Cakes, Turnovers,' Short Bread and Pound Cake. SPECIAL OX MEATS Hamburg Steak, cash and cany, 2 lbs. for 25c A good Pork Roast for Saturday, per lb lc Pig Liver, sliced if you wish, lb. . 10c; 3 lbs, for 25c Home Cured Ham will be higher, now, per lb. .27c Lettuce, Celery, Pepper, Cauliflower and Spinach. SPECIAL ON FINNAN HADDIES Finnan Haddies for Saturday, per lb ISc Clams, Lobsters and Scallops. Sweet Pickled Onions, pint 35c Imported Kippers, 2 cans for 25c THE F. D. LADD CO. ti W J J A. A .t. - kaaawMBMsJI