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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, ,VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1922.
Barrels 3 Bargain Days Special for Service Day Service Discounts 25 per cent on Baby Carriages 20 per cent on Pictures and Mirrors. 20 per cent on Dining Room Furniture. . OTHER REDUCTIONS - ) r i 1 i i - ii - .-i. ii.i. niri.wii.i Specials Marquisette Curtains, pair $1.25 and $1.35 v Couch Covers . . t .$2.00 and up Hit of Miss Rag Rugs $1.00 and $1.25 Felt Base Floor Covering, sq. yard .. . . .49c FREE YARD STICK-FREE To Every Purchaser. . B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST , UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE 8EHVICE City rata (Una a horaa-driTm ambulance; distant calb at reannabla term. Talephona 87-W. ' . Always tk First to Give the Public What it Wanta. C' Hives Juices so low they surpass bdkf m:TFmmnve - CORD MIUiCTww FACTORY . SALE FABRIC r 0 ( - In I Here are a few of the offerings with prices shrewd motorists have been glad to pay for Empires and our special prices ,3fer """dEi 30 x 3 Fabrio LittPric.tlJ.rS OUR SPECIAL PR1CB f $9.50 ' 32x4 35 xS All full ovaralta CORD Tlraa LlatPr1ca3L40 Liat PrleS4.7S OUR SPECIAL. OUR SPECIAL, . PRICE , PRICK $25.10 $42.45 ytuear OUR SAVING IS VOUR SAVING r-IFYOU ACT AT ONCE These are brand new casings with all the long-mileage and satisfaction for which Empires have always been famous. As "Direct-from-the-factory" distributors we are able to offer them at such unheard of prices. Come in and see these rugged, handsome casings while the stock is com plete. Mail orders will receive prompt attention, when accom panied by cash, check or money order. . " . The 11. D, Phelps Co., Inc. Will Surely Help Others. The condition of the human body is reflected bj the condition of the kid neys and blood. If the kidney are not functioning properly, waste products nd poiton cannot be eliminated, i Rheumatio pain, awollen, aching and stiff joints and muscle, dizzine and blurred viaion are ayinptoms of kid ntjr trouble. Mr. A. Lechner, 1123 Main Ave.. Clifton, N. J., write "Foley Kidney rills have helped me and 1 gladly give you permission to ue this testimonial, for they will surely help." Sold everywhere. adv. SAVE On Your Every Day Needs Below are special cash and carry prices for the last three days this week. N Toilet Soaps C cakes Flotilla Soap 25c 4 cakes Buttermilk Soap ...25c 6 cakes Palmolive Clycerine Soap .....25c Jams 1 lb. jar Excellent Jam, 3 for .$1.00 Orange, Pineappe, Raspberry.' 1 pt. Lightning Jar Mcintosh Jelly, 2 for $1.00 Large Jar Crapclade, 3 for .$1.00 Flour One-fourth bbl. Pillsbury's $2.20; one-eighth $1.15 One-fourth bbl. Whitehouse $2.15; one-eighth $1.10 One-fourth bbl. Colonial ...$2.00; one-eighth $1.05 One-fourth bbl. Snowwhite $1.95; one-eighth $1.00 Miscellaneous 15 lbs. Domino Granulated Sugar $1.00 7 cans Domino Syrup .50 3 pkgs. Pitted Prunes .50 13 cans Corn 1.00 2 cans String Beans .25 The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. i a ! ! I i a I I a I a I ! i i a I a I TALK OF THE TOWN There will be no sewing meeting of. the hospital ladies' aid this week. , Grover R. Pennock of Union villa"' was a visitor in this city yesterday. James F, Curtis of South Main street leaves to-night for Boston on a busi ness trip. , A. W. Crawford of New York City who has been in the city for some time on business, returned to his home there to-day. . Miss Mary Owens of Boston is pass ing a short visit at the home of her brother, K. J. Owens, of South Main street.. . ', . v h- " ,", Charles 0'Connell, a student at God- dard seminary, left to-day for his home in tiolyoke, Alas., having completed the year's work here. . . Leland Avery of fcast Barre, wl-o lias been attending Tufts college for the past year, arrived in the city yes terday on his way home. " Mr. and Mrs, Mayo Lynde of the Drew & Lynde Insurance eompauy were in Bakershcld to-day, attending the graduation exercises at the high school there, ' Miss Annie Bowles of Boston, who has been paosing a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.-James Sullivan of Brooklyn street, returned to her home this morning. Mr. Mary McCarthy and daughter, Mary, of Summer street left to-day for Greenfield, Mass., where they wero called by the death of Mrs. McCarthy's brother, Michael Hopkins D, A. Perry of the D. A. Perry Real Kstate aaency sold yesterday for F. A Stebbins of Montpelier the Glynes place, so-called, in the town of Berln to Fuller M. Weld of Montpelier, who bought for a home. . The nurses of Barre City hospital will hold a lawn party on the ground of the American Legion clubhouse on Tuesday evening, June 20. Ice cream, cake, popcorn and: home-made candy will be on sale. The proceeds are to be used for the nurses home. . S. Hollisrter Jackson returned to-day, after a . trip of several weeks to hng land and France, during which time he visited some of the battlefields of the late war. He returned to the United States on the White Star liner Ma jes tic, which arrived at New York.Tue day. J. J. Dashncr of the E. A. Strout Farm agency, Inc., has sold for. Mrs. Giacenda Carminati of Williamstown ber farm and stock, together with tool and equipment, to George v. .Letour- neau of Riehford, Mr. Letourneau buys for a . home and wilt rake immediate possession of the property. The Chevrolet roadster, better known in this city a the "bearcat," formerly owned by Charles Carroll, which was seized by the Quarry Savings bank for previous mortgage on I'aqueta gar age, was put tip at public auction this morning and was sold by H. 'J. Hlaj ton to Perley Carr of this city for $140. At the auction sale held at the Mrs. L. L. Cutler place in South Barre yes terday there was a large attendance. A MONTPELIER grl riea was received for all prop erty and cattle averaged about $75 to the head. The sale was made through the D. A. Perry Real Kstate agency here. D. A. Perry was in Worcester to day conducting a sale for S. F. Rich ardson of thai place. Friday, night, June 23, at the Bed ding M. E. church, Miss Lillian K. Rob erts' will give a dramatic recital, m- lualng a one-act play. Miss Roberts, who recently graduated from the Edith Coburn Noyes School of Expression, Boston, ia a resident of this city, is well known for her exceptional ability shown in local talent playa and her many friends will be glad to hear her in her first public appearance here since graduation. adv. Barre is to have some swimming pools at list. Secretary Bradley of the Board of 1 rade stated this morning that if all those in the north end of the city interested in the building of t swimming pool would congregate near the brook behind the Marsh-Allen farm Friday and Saturday, armed with shov els and dressed for work, that - the Board of Trade, would have a team and scraper on hand to aid in digging out the brook and to construct a substan tial dam. The young men and women in that section of the city have the kindness of the Marsh-Allen company to thank for offenmr the site to the Board of Trade free of all' charge for the building of a swimming hole to be uaed by the public. The river in the rear of the McFarland farm on the road to South Barre has been sounded by President Carter and Secretary Bradley for the building of a swim ming pool for the people in the south , end of the city and it was found sufh eientiy deep, l his pool could be put into excellent shape at a small cost to the board and will be done at once. Fifty-Two Graduated from Montpelier ' High School Last Night. Jennie Solomon Fibish, daughter of Mrs. Dora Fibish of 230 Main street, and Theodore George Pierre, son of Mr and Mrs. Ira A. Pierce of 221 Muin street, were awarded the honorary scholarships given by the University of Vermont for the highest standing in college preparatory subjects at the Montpelier high school commencement exercises held in the city hall Inst night. The awards were made by Fred BJanchard,. chairman of the . school board. The attendance was ibout ?, 000, Diplomas were awarded to the following! .Maude, Edritha Alexander, Marjorie Atkins, "fKstelle JSelma Barnes, Leonard " Crossman, Bar ney, . Ruth Helena Barrett, Wayne Sabin Bartlett, Krnest Fonda Beers, Klla Belle Bliss, Stuart Robinson Bryan, tKatherine Mary ' Connolly, Ruth Emily Daniels, Llewellyn Denison uensmore, Mildred Martha JJensmore, John Cary Dewev, Robert Kdward Dillon, Kt?ther Ella Edson, &Jcnnic Fibish. John Edward Flanagan," Laura Phrebe Forgue,' Mary Madeline Freni or, Constance Evangeline Ga!.iiae, fAnnie- Elizabeth Gidney, Mary I?a. belle Gladding, Rowena Muriel Hore; Edgar Gustav Johnson, fMildred John son, Maurice Austin Lyons, Bennett Thompson Kent, JtMariorle Catherine Kibby, Lisette . Matilda Laviolette, Teddy Tracy Lawson, Robert Hayward Lowe, Julia Agnes Lynch, Gladys May Matthews, Dorothy Helen McKenna, Harold Myron "Miles, Reinold Putnam Niles, Marjorie Alice Perry, Egidio Ugo Peverelli, Theodore George Pierce, Ber nice Eleanor Reynolds,-Robert Henry Ryan, Flora Belle Silloway,-Anna Lou ise Slay ton, Claude Cary Spaulding, diaries Dexter Temple, . Glenn Lee Thomas, Ranald Boyles Turner. Harry Glover Webster, Ruby May Wiggins, Julia Helen Wood, Ethel Isa belle Woodruff. 1 granted, and he will pay $1 a day for the privilege with the provision that he bear all expenses and keep an order, ly place. - ' ' '" The Near East commission of Mont pelier was granted, permission to have a picture at the Playhouse on June 25, the proceeds to the Near East relief fund to apply on the Montpelier quota. A number of milk licenses and other licenses were granted, building per. mits issued and payrolls and bills ap proved. Mayor Lillie, Aldermen Eraser, Edson and Gowdey, Clerk T. R. Mer rill and Supt. M. G. Ferry of the street and water departments , were present.. Governor Hartness went to North field , to-day to attend the commence ment exercis-es of Norwich university, Mra. William Greene of Bethlehem, N, H., is staying with her sister, Mrs. E. C. Gitchell of Montpelier. Wallace Baldwin of. Montpelier, an employe in the National Spring Clip company, cut two fingers on his right hand while operating a cutting on saw at the company' plant on June 13, ac cording to a report to the commissioner of industries. . , BETHEL Academic honor pupils, t valedic torian, t salutatorian, t commercial honor pupils. . Motor Bus License Order. The motor bus license situation Montpelier advanced another step the city council meeting last night, when the council voted, on motion of Alderman Eraser, that City Clerk T, R. Merrill be instructed to. notify allmor tor bus drivers to make application for licenses at once. , Another forward step taken at the meeting was a vote that the city take out liability insurance for all city em ployes. This matter was left in the hands of Alderman Gowdey with pow er to act. The motion wa made by Alderman Edson. ' - Superintendent sof Streets M. G. Ferry was authorized' to construct a one-track roadway from Treraont street to the Bolles property on Guern sey avenue and a sidewalk in connec tion on the southwest side of the street; to lay a one and one-half inch pipe line from State street to the Langdon meadow to stijtply the Na tional Life athletic field; to obtain cer tified records of the Kinnistcn property at the city reservoir; and to supervise the erection of five pole above the city reservoir on city land, which was au thorized on the petition of the Mont pelier A Baire Light A Power Co. .Carl Ry lander's petition for- a li cense to operate a dancing and sort drink pavilion at Dewey park was G. W, Goodcll has returned, from a week's stay in Springfield. M. X. Kendall is putting a metal roof on his residence. Arthur V. Leavitt, Mrs. F. F. Mc Cullough, Mrs. II. J. Turner, Olin turner and ., Rev. J. Wesley Miller were in Woodstock yesterday to at tend a county rally of Methodists. John L. Parrott's bid for the stone work on the proposed Congregational parsonage was ' accepted. He was awarded the contract" and will begin at once. ' ' A. IT. Dustin, F. M. Bowen and C. J. White, jr., are.in Woodstock build ing a bridge.. ', '' - , ,. ' ,"" Mis Lura Church is attending the closing exercises of the Moretown echools. .. ., The TJniversaJist ladies will conduct a food vale Saturday afternoon at D. M. Strong' store. adv. Mis Queenie Townsend goes to-day to Peterboro, N. H., to spend the sum mer with her aunt. ( ' . .' . Mrs. C K. Clafltn, Mrs. C. LvDen-. more and children on Concord, N. II., Mrs. Nellie Smith and daughter and Mrs. Ella Rohbins of Cochituate, Mass., are at the r Cteflin cottage at Silver lake for the summer. Mr, Claflin hav ing met them at White River Junc-i tion and carried them to th lake. F. C. Sleeper of Boston is visiting his brother. Calvin L. Sleeper. Rev. Will C Harvey has succeeded P. F. Wilson in charge of the boy) scouts' camp on the Long Trajl. ; Oeorge Maynard and Vernon Haveyl have returned from camp. j Mrs. h: A. Kpooner has been working! In Gaysville the past week. . ! Miss Edith Washburn is doing house work at L. H. Whitney's. Mrs. Myron G. Safford of Sutton, Quebec, was at the inn Monday and Tuesday and during her stay in town called on several old friends of the period of her residence here, from 23 to 33 years ago Her husband was superintendent of the tannery. Miss Ruth M. Hanks and her mother. Mrs. IL Hanks, were here, Tuesday on their -way home from Waterbiiry.j where Miss Hanks teaehps the train-) ing class, rormeny sue - laugtu ine grammar grades here.. 188 N. Main St.. Barre, Vt. The Daylight Store Ma Succes'sors to Adams Co. The Daylight Store Friday "Seryice Day" Barre's Bargain Days Women's .Bloomers of Windsor rrene. white and flesh color, rein-, forced, ruffle. Regular price 98c. Sale price Women's Bloomers, flesh nainsook, hemstitched ruffle, cut; full and wide. Regular price 65c. Sale price Longcloth, fine,' full bleached, soft finish; fine thread, yard wjde. 10 yard pieces. ;. Regular price 25c yard. Sale price 10 yds. for 1.75. . Children's Union Suits of fine check i nainsook, sleevelessfi v.cuff knee. Regular price 65c. . Sale price Soisette Shirting, for men's shirts and women's waists. Attractive striped effects. Regular price 39c. i Sale price 75c 45c 19c 50c 29c Night Gowns. Regular price 1.98 each 1.25 A splendid lot of about eight dozen gowns made of very fine quality soft finish cloth. Elaborate design of fine lace trimming. Taffeta Hair Ribbon Six inches wide good quality. Six colors including blue, rose and pink. Reg ular price 39c yard. Sale price Women's Silk Hose, full fashioned, excellent, quality Tieavy silk black, white, cordovan, navy, pearl Regular price $1 98. Sale price Pillow Cases Fine quality, full size, 42x36 inches. Regular price 39c. Sale price Envelope Chemises, attractively trimmed with fine val. lace, made of soft nainsook. Regular price 1.98. Sale price Silk Hose, in black and cordovan, seamed leg. Regular price 69c. Sale price 29c 1.49 25c 1.25 49c "Women's Lisle Hose in black and cordovan fine Ngauge cotton, slightly imperfect- Regular price 39c. Sale price Curtain Scrim, yard wide, fancy drawn work border, white and ecru. Regular price 19c- Sale price Children's Fine Rib Hose in black and cordovan, all sizes. Fine quali ty .Slight!y irregular. Regular, price 35c. " . Sale price Dress Ginghams, in plain colors, checks, pla'ids and stripes- 27 inches wide. Regular price 22c ;.V' Sale price . White Sateen Petticoats, shadow proof double panel back and front, fancy hemstitching-. Regular price $1.39. Sale price 19c I2c 19c 17c 98c Women's Vests '. ' Regular price 35c and 39c 25c Made of fine thread lisle in fine weave and Swiss rib. In two styles low neck, nq l?eve with band or bodice top. All izes from 38 to 44. Bungalow Apron Dresses in sev eral styles, checked and striped percales, rick rack trimmed. Reg gular price 1.25. Sale price Women's Bloomers of, plisse crepe, flesh color, finished with ruffle. Regular price 79c. -Sale price Women's Night Gowns of.plisse crepe, in flesh color, fancy stitch- ing around neck and sleeves. Reg ular price 98c. r Sale price Unbleached Cloth, forty inches wide excellent quality." Regular price 17c V Sale price Fancy Turkish Towels, large size, heavy weight red, blue tan stripes. Regular price 55c. Sale price 89c 50c 79c 12c 35c Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all of our kind friends, neighbors and others for their aid and comfort to us during our re cent bereavement and for the many beautiful floral tributes. Charles Knutson and family. a V-i m of court : 1, " rt m be he regular meeting Barre, No. Foresters, Id in For esters h Yridstv mv. ning, June 18, at 7:30. a All member are re quested to be present o bear the report of our delegate from court convention held at Burling ton. Per order rec. sec. ) Regular meeting of Granite lodge, No. 33, F. A. M., Friday, June 16, at 7:30 p. ra. Business and work. E. A. de gree. Ter order W. M. Regular meet .ing of WinneHa council. No. 10, D. of P., in Clan hall Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Regular meeting of Barre lodce. No. 1301, L. O. O. M-, Thursday. June 15, 7:30 p. w. All members please attend. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY KEAT COOK WANTTD AT rfrM "K. C." Tom athem. ONCE- A4-"Stf TO KENT "AT S AYERS STREET 4-m arrwrd bott : i.i: Tarant Jaiy 1; nr) at - SauMlinir rtiwt 7Vtf Ol'R NNl'AL LITTT.R OF"rir RFIKKD Horr ri rri.3 akb again kfc.DY FOH SALE If u arc lonmir ftw aoamp. tlinf nrrptl.i tin. qalur fw- trail fer rahtta mn4 fa rn. bad fe4tr ae m f thp fira: tlan4 a. I Gerake. Slioe Bargains Because of the continued business depression and the necessity of making room for new stock I am going to offer to the public for one week, beginning Friday, June 16, some exceptional values in shoes. Lion Brand Shoes are conceded to be one of the best work shoes man ufactured. The materials are the best and the work manship is warranted. For this sale you can buy them from , $2.75 to $5.00 a pair Ladies' Pump and Sport Shoes One-strap, in both black and white, and brown and white all the go this season. You cannot equal the quality and price anywhere. This sale, $2.00 a pair Ladies' and Men's Oxfords in several different styles. -Fine leather and guar anteed to give satisfaction. Here is your chance to buy high grade Oxfords early in the season at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' at $2.00 the pair; Men's at $2.25. ' ' THE BIGGEST BARGAIN Over 200 pairs of Ladies,' Men's and Children's White High Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps; first quality and right in every respect; special for this sale, only $1.00 a pair COME QUICK WHILE THE SELECTION IS GOOD. WATCH FOR FURTHER BARGAINS A. BISSET 2 Merchant Street Everything in Footwear. Speeials for Three Bargain Days $1.00 Bathing Caps . 85c $1.50 Universal Bottles, pints 9Sc $2.50 Universal Bottles, quarts $1.9$ $2.75 Trench Kits $2.19 25c Red Cedar Mixt. .19c 3 lbs. of 32c Stanzalone Coffee for .83c $1.00 Alcohol Massage 85c 60c Extract Vanilla 19c 50c Mag-luc Tooth Paste and 50c Tooth Brush 89c 35c Drown's Rose Cream 29c $1.25 7-20-4 packs .$1,00 $1.25 Blackstone packs .$1.00 $1.00 Peter Schuyler packs .... $1.00 $1.00 Hudnuts Toilet Water S9c $1.00 Compacts 89c $2.50 Sterno Stove with Frying Pan .$1.93 $1.75 Sterno Stove with boiler ; $1.59 $2 Chamois and 75c Sponge, for autos, prices of both $2.19 75c Vantine's Burner and 50c Incense Powder $1.00 50c Garden Court Talcum. 39c 50c Garden Court Rouge 39c 15c cakes of Colgate's Soap, 8 for. , . . . .V. $1.00 These prices are for Thursday, Friday and Saturday only. . ' ';' . ' - Drown's Drug Store Tel. 630 631 FISH. I for the 3 Days, at Any Price to Suit You It's All Yours 1 I - i Lake Champlain Pike, per lb. . J 25c Penobscot Salmon, per lb 50c ' St. John Salmon, per lb : . . . 35c 1 'Mackerel, all sizes, per tb : 20c Steak Cod, per It) . 20c i Steak Haddock, per to 20c j All boneless, per lb 25c j Halibut Steaks, per lb ......35c, 10c Lobsters, Crabs, Smoked Halibut. See our Wednesday adv. for money saving values. THE F. D. LADD CO.