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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., SATURDAY, AUGUST 79, 1923.
'Calling Especial Attention to a three-piece upholstered living room and an American Walnu.t Diningroom suite shown in our wndows this week. v Living Room Suite of Davenport," chair, Rocker Loose Cushions Spring Arms and Seats Roomy and comfortable. Figured Mulberry Velour cover ing. - m Nine-piece Walnut Diningroom Suite, consisting, of a 54" Dining Table, 54" Buffet . China Cabinet, arm and five straight diners. Prospective customers note the quality and grade of merchandise we offer to you. B. W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Cltr rmHs same u hn-driTn ambulant : afetanc calls t ramaMi ' K - , km. Tltphn T-W, ' " Always t Tint to Give ths Public What It Want. .PLIERS .A good grip is what you want when you're using pliers you'll find them here. They're the dependable kind that linemen, motorists, mechanics, and handy men can use to advantage. We have some good values. ? WRENCHES The workman who selects his wrenches here is sure to get a lot of satisfaction in using them. They are correct in desjgn and made of high grade steel. The kind of wrenches that we are proud of and can sell with utmost confidence. 2S-N.D. Phelps Co.tk 'PHONES 28-29, Barre, Vt Financial Independence at Fifty Do you realize that by systematic saving, the average man can build up a comfortable fortune by the time he reaches fifty. Perhaps you have never thought seriously of the thousands of dol lars that can be accumulated over a period of years by banking small amounts regularly. The First National Bank MONTPELIER, VT. r Automobile Insurance J.W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, 'PHONE 34-R. Fof Saitairdlaiy Jersey Com Flakes, 16c, 3 for 25c Shredded Wheat, 13c, 2 for 25c Post Toasties 10c Boneless Chicken for Picnics, per jar 38c and 65c Lunch Tongue, per jar 55c Jelly and Jam, per jar 15c and 45c Pork Ribs, per lb ,. . . 10c Tork Sausage, per lb 20c Veal Pot Roasts, per lb 15c to 20c Hamburg Steak, per lb 20c Fresh killed Fowls, per lb . . .35c to 38c Lees of Lamb, per lb. ...35c Beef Sausage, per Jb. 15c, 2 lbs 25c BAKERY I Ouf Bread is made right and baked right, large loaf 10c j Doughnuts fried in Lard, per doz 20c t Baked Beans and Brown Bread for Staurday. TALK OF THE TOWN Are. you going! Where ? adv. Lemon eherbet at Russell' to-day. adv. Special for Saturday, Indie' hand bags, vanity bags and vanity boxes for tl. Lander's. adv. B. Lueehina of Cottage street is pass ing a few days visiting with his broth er in Worcester, Mass. , B. C. Patch of the Cook and Watkin firm arrived in the city yesterday from Boston on a business visit. Miss Helen Rowii began yesterday a two weeks' vacation from her duties at the Barre Trust company, Mrs! Irene Wilder of Burlington re turned home 'yesterday, after visiting Mrs. William Holden for a week! Joseph Beaulieu of Barre Town re turned yesterday from Boston, whera he has been visiting friends for the past few days. . Miss Pearl Scott and mother and Mis Viola Booth . left yesterday for Boston, where they, will visit friends for two weeks. ' v Bocka Caleagni of Berlin street re turned yesterday from Essex, K. Y., where he has been employed for the past four months. . C. A. Whitcomb of Fall River, Mass., arrived to day to spend two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Frank Carle ton, of South Main street. , Of course youH visit the nurses' booth in Oty park Tuesday evening, during band concert. You'll find ke cream, pop corn - and . homemade candy. N Miss Molly Milne left yesterday for New York, where she will visit rela tive during her two 'weeks' vacation from her duties at the Waldron Shield & C'o.'a office. Mrs. Robert Findlay of Keith, avenue and Mrs. George Fowiie or souin Main street left recently for New York, where they will visit their husbands, who are employed there. Miss Bella Booth of Cherry street completes her duties as bookkeeper for Houghton & Robins store to-day. Her place will be taken by Miss Irene Ritchie of Trow hill. Vivian Dodge, who is employed in Springfield and who has been visiting her parents for the past week, leaves to-day for Lake Sunapee, where h will spend the remainder of her vaca tion. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Reynolds and daughter, Cleora, Mi Marjorie Spoon er. Miss Maude Teachout and Miss Dor othy Crow left to-day on a few days' auto trip through the White moun tains. Mrs. IJarry Campbell of Elmore street went yesterday to Morrisville to join her hbnd, who is in charge of the W. S. Page horsc which will race there next Tuesday. Mr. Campbell is suffering from an injured shoulder which he received when he was thrown recently during a race in St. Albans. Postmaster and Mrs. G. W, Gorman, with their daughters, Marion and Janice, left yesterday for a vacation trip to New York state, Mr. and Mrs. Gorman and younger daughter going directly to I'nadilla, X. Y., to visit Mr. Gorman's brother for two weeks, aod MU Marion stopping at Glens Falls, N, Y., to visit classmate, after which she will join the rest of the family at Unadilla. - Among the granite manufacturer re turning to this city, after the Spring field convention are Alex. Duncan, A. Gustafaon, Arthur Anderson, A. J. Young, Frank Rosa, H. P. Hinman, II. J. M. Jones, A. H. Burke, Thomas Car roll, jr., Henry Vanetti, Pino Abbiatti, Jerome Veronisi, William Milne, Ar mando Comolli, Henry Fasola, W. G. Adams, Allan W. Reid and Joseph Cal eagni. Other members in the Barre dis trict from ntpelier, Watcrbury and West Berlin wera in attendance. , Evening drawing school studies will be returned to their owners Saturday, Aug. 26, :30 to"8:30 pv m., at the Mathewson school. Please inform stu dents who are not in the city that by a postal to Charles Pamperl, evening drawing school, Barre, Vt., they may name the person to whom their draw ings, etc., may be given. Tho stu dents who expect a rebate for regular attendance may inquire at the same time and place as to when and where to get it. Kindly tell others of the above, as they may not have seen this announcement. I Moxie, 30c a bottle ; esse $300 Ginger Ale, 17c a bottle; case 3.50 Loganberry Club, 17c bottle; case 3.60 Lemon and Orange Club, 17c a bottle; came 3.60 FRESH VEGETABLES. Cauliflower, Golden Bantam Corn. New Beets, Car rots, Celery. Cucumbers, Parsley. TheW. D. Smith Company, Inc. 5c I I i i i i i i ii !i I i i TALK OF THE TOWN 1 Are you going f Where? adv. . Lemon shebet at Russell'a to-day. -adv. - , ' v V- For plumbing and heating, call James McLeod, 123 Orange street. Tel. 823-W. adv. . Miss L. Elizabeth Bell of Walling ford is visiting for a few days with her niece on Hill street. W. T. Jackson of South Barre has bought out the milk route of Leon Webster and will take possession of the same Monday,' Aug. 21. . Martin McMahon of Franklin street returned home yesterday, after a two weeks' business trip through New Jersey in the interests of the Can ton Bros.' firm. Dr. Leonhardt found the cause of piles to be internal. His prescription, Hem-Roid, gives quick and lasting re" lief. We eell it with money-back guar antee. E. A. Drown. adv. ' Persons from this city at the dance at Woodbury pond last evening report seeing the reflection of two fires in the vicinity of Hardwick and Craftsbury during the heavy electrical storm last night. .. .. ' ' Mr nrl Mm Rov McDonald of this city leave to morrow for Boston, where they will pass a ,two weekr visa with relatives and friends. Mr. McDonald is starting hi annual vacation from du ties at the fire station. Leo Bresette,' who has been engaged for some time bv the Anderson-Fribere company as a granite salesman for the western flem, is completing nui aunes with the firm and plans to go (into the clothing business in Xew York City, STOWE SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Times and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. MONTPELIER ORANGE Ifotiee. ' Ths Orange taxpayers are herebr warned that Friday, Aug. 25, is the last day they can pay the school and highway tax and save the 4 per cent discount. (Signed) Edna L. Beard, Tress. . WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Adams have re ceived word that their grandhon, Orlo Kaiser, formerly of Elmore, but now of Chicopee Falls, Mass., has enlisted in the U. H. navy ana nas gone aooara the battleship U. S. S. Maryland at New York, expecting to sail Aug. 18 for Virginia en route to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to return about Christmas time. Seaman Kaiser is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kaiser of Chicopee Falls, but formerly of Stowe. Ruth Berry of Richmond has passed the week with Edith Johnson, ; Mrs. C. H. Hosmer, daughter, Anna, and son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hosmer, and their little son, have mo tored this week to Marshfield, where they visited Mrs. Hosmer's sister, Mrs. P. H. Bashaw, and family, and to Sf Albans, where they visited another sis ter, Mrs. Charles Bihey, and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Billings, Mrs. Lola Douglass and Mrs. Dora Clark left to day on a motor tour to visit friends in Worcester, Mas. There was large attendance at the open-air concert by the Stowe Mili tary band Thursday tvening. . Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Robinson are parents of a son born Aug. 18. A. Rv Straw was a busines visitor in Waterbury Friday. Miss Marjorie Watts is detained by illness from her duties at Miles Mc Mahon ' store. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pike were in Montpelier Friday to attend a farm bureau picnic. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Munsell and son returned Friday to New York City, after passing several weeks at the Mount Mansfield hotel. Mrs. H. A. Cleveland and son, Rob ert Cleveland, Mrs. F. A. Tatro and Mrs. A. S. Seaver were in Morrisville Friday. Mis Margaret Taylof returned to I her home in Montreal Friday, after , passing several weeks with her sister, j Mrs. R. R. McMahon. j Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cheney and daughter, Olive, left Friday on return to their home in Milton, Mass., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morrill ant other friends. j Mrs. Mary Camp and daughter, Re becca, of Morrisville have been passing the week with friends in Stowe. j Mr. and Mm. C. L. Robinson are parents of a daughter, born Friday morning. j Miss Catherine McSweeney of Bur lington is sisiting relatives in town. . j Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Douglass and Mrs. 1 Julia Oakts, who motored Thursday to Montpelier; were accompanied by Mrs. Oakes' cousin. Mrs. Alma Richardson, who has passed several weeks' in Stowe.. ' The Church of the Good Shepherd Rev. A. Cyril Drumm, rector. X Trin ity. 8:15 p. m., choir practice. 7:15, evening prayer and sermon. Berlin Corners Congregational Church Rev. Frank Biomfield, pastor. 10:45, morning service. The pastor will preach; topic, "The Power of Reason able Faith." The Church of St John the Baptist, Websterville Rev. A. Cyril Drumm, priest-in-charge. X Trinity. 10:30 a. m., holy communion and sermon. 11:45 I. m., Sunday school. Firat Presbyterian Church -Rev. Wm. McN. Kittredge, pastor. No services during the month of August. Contrib utors should endeavor to get their en velopes to the financial secretary. First Baptist Church Rev, Bert J. j Lehigh, pastor. Preaching at 10:30,byj Rev. Frank J. Liljegren of Manchester, X. H. Bible school at 11:45. Prayer tnnofintr Thiimrlntr rvvninsr at 7-3(V . I Websterville Baptist Church Rev. Samuel Mead, pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Sunday school at 11:30. Eve ning service at 7 o'clock. Prayer meet ing Thursday at 7 o'clock. Everyone cordially invited. East Barre Congregational Church There will be no services Sunday, as the pastor is having his vacation. Sun day, Aug. 27, services will be resumed, when the Orange Congregational church will unite with us in a fellowship serv ice. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Bailey GaUert Lipsky, pastor. 10:30 a. m., union service ,with the Congregationalists in the Methodist church, Rev. F. L- Goodspeed preachr ing. Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Ep worth league at 8 p. m. Union prayer meeting in the Hedding church Thurs day evening at 7:30. First Church of Christ, ScientUt Services in ths American Legion hall 10:45 o'clock a. m. Sunday; subject, "Mind." Sunday school at 12 noon. Reading room open on Wednesday and Saturday from 2 to 8 p. m. at Ameri can Legion building. All ar cordial' ly invited to attend the services and to visit the reading room. Congregational Church Rev. F. L. Gotxlspeed, pastor. 9:15 a. m., the pri mary and junior departments of the church school meet as usual. 10:30 a. m., union service for worship in the Methodist church. Dr. Goodspeed will preach. Subject, "The City of God." Thursday, 7:30 p. m., union service for conference and prayer in the Meth odist house of worship. A cordial wel come for everybody. Salvation Army MettingaTuesday, 8 p. m., soldiers' meeting (private.) Wednesday, 8 p. m., public. Thursday, 8 p. m., corps cadets' training class. Friday, 8 p. m., public. Saturday, 2:30 p. m., girls' sewing class. Saturday, 8 p. m., public. Sunday service Holi ness meeting, 11 a. m. Sunday achooL 2 p. m. Praia service, 3 p. m. Y, P. Legion, 6 p. m. Salvation meeting, 8 p. m. To these services you are in vited. Rich or poor, the S. A. Is a friend to all mankind. Envoy snd Mrs. J. W. Sykes, officer in charge. Th acents of the National Life Insurance Co. from all over the countTy will meet at the Pavilion hotel on Aug. 25, following a convention in Toronto, Charles W. Gammons of Boston, an agent of the company, wag in the city to-day, John C. Harrington of Manchester Depot reports to the secretary of atate his Dodge roadster in some way went onto the Rutland railroad tracka and was completely wrecked by a' freight ! train on Aug. 12. Deputy Sheriff Charlea A. Smith re turned yesterday from Windsor coun-1 ty. It was thonght that probatiioners might be concerned in four liquor raids recently made in Bethel but it was found they were not. ' ! J. L. Da.vis and IL P. Radigan of the' ta.t. pnirineor's denartment. have cone to Brattleboro to survey for a bridge over the West river,. Miss Ethel Ayer of the stat depart-1 ment of aertculture is passing a ten days' vacation with relatives in Boston and Wellesley, Mass. The Burlingaon Odd Fellows Asso ciation incorporated organzed to hold real estate have filed articles of asso ciatoin with the seceretary of state The articles of the J. O. Belknap Co. Inc. of Rovalton have been amended. increasing the capital stock from 100 to 200 shares. A report has been received from the G. A. Sargent Co. of West Lincoln in regard to the accident in which Harold Carpenter of Bristol was burned The cause of the explosion in the Carpenter truck is stated to be that he lit a lantern to see how much gas he had put n the cab of the truck. The cause was not that the hose was pulled out of the tank which was being filled and the gas spilled it w atated that Carpenter did not wait for a doctor to attend his burns but walked two and a half miles home. Fire in the truck and on the store steps was put out by Ralph Sweet, an employee, and two othe men with fire extinguishers and Sweet drove the truck away from the steps. ' . . Dr. George Tamenter of the U. S. army, who js stationed in the south, has returned to his home here for a stay. Miss Jean B. Pinney has returned from Lake Sunapee where, she stayed over the holiday with the Misses Dorothy and Elizabeth Powers of Morrisville- . Inspector Harold O'Brien of the state motor department has returned from a vacation. , Mr. and Mrs. Newman K. Chaffee of Rutland, Mrs. J. C. Wilson of Wash ington, D. C, and Mrs. W. L. Conough ty of Waterford, N. Y., were visitors in the city yesterday. Mr. Chaffee was here fr a meeting of the genearl com mute on fuel administration. The fuel administration committee met with H. J. M. Jones, state ad ministrator, in the State House on Friday and adopteTa resolution calling here for a meeting of the general com mittee to start functioning. The situation in Vermont felt to be grav er than at any time durng the war, owing to the fact that mining has pracitcally ceased. Are you going t Where? adv. The Rexall Store SODA SPECIALS Royal Yum Yum, with the Famous Yum Yum Fruits , 20c Raspberry Temptation 20c Mixed Fruit Yum Yum .20c Try our Cold Fudges. Just as good as hot ones. Special Today Chocolate, Orange, Pineapple, Lemon Sherbet and Vanilla Ice Cream, 45c. Opeko Coffee, 27c- 50c Opeko Tea, 2 pkgs. for 51c. Red Cross Pharmacy 3E Special prices on hats to close out my stock. Mrs. Warner. adv. Any members of Granite lodge". No. 35, F. A A. M wishing to go to Waitsfield Tuesday night notify K. Mac rae before Monday night. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY lA NDAN d" REA iTc RA VEtTrOR 8 A LE -ii. H. Aduns. South Barre. Td. UT-x lMtS FOUR WEEK OLD PIGS FOR ALE ' a R. Button. Sovt Barr. 11. I-W. ISStI WANTED A H mpM ni tmlworthjr irl t. took afivr a l&-ma.-M rtiilct Ap pT to Mrs. Ana William. 1 Arcrill fit. l,St HAVCECOfl TNEXT FALL Com to th M. Prrrta farm, rWkl" HiM. and mse your enmra f 2ie pultrt. Rhart btana Rrii and Whit Laiorns. I I. I moa. M. tl ui ? ta'h. Trt. "7-21. JSIt THRESHING Anmnc vantinc tamhinc a-w, appjf to Gantiir at H. Pall et, hmm. Trl.. er 31-12. hn.t rtaM mt. IMtfi LOST Blarl and it hit Bacl trw FlnaVr I Waav r4fr Jma Ladrie. tt Melaon Kf . fhoa "J-J. U3t WANTTTV-Girl ar rawt fr hi ar. T-wia Pt- (arm. Kt Montprlirr Otrn .? tw us WANTED A ward awd to ro rm dutr Srpt I. Apr a Mim HarMT. urt- ah rraVA Cewaty Sanatorium. Btrltrr aiiM. ANTIQUES Chckea Shop. Chefcea, VL trjjep Week Dajs. Are You the Man Who 4 ' Never Reads Advertisements ?' ' Some men, who are neither blind nor illiterate, claim sincerely that they "never read advertse ments." Yet, if you could investigate, in each case you would find that the man who "never reads ad vertisements" used an adver tised tooth paste or shaving' cream or soap. If he owns an au tomobile it will be an advertised car. If you ask his opinon of any automobile he will reply in words that might have been lifted bod ily from- an advertisement of that automobile. Advertising has formed his opinions to a great degree. He may have received his informa tion through others who ob tained their knowledge from ad vertising. But it is a fact that no man can escape the effects of advertising even if he does say he "never reads advertisements." Not one of us ever reasoned ,out entirely from his own mind that the earth is round. If we had not read it or heard it we would never have known it. In these days of good, truthful, helpful advertising to say "I never read advertisements" is merely your war of saying, "I don't read all advertisements." ( Published by The Barre Daily Times, in co-operation ith 1 The American Association of Advertising: Agencies. j 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. Nash Co. "The Daylight Store" 188 N. Main St Barre, Vt. Lisle and Cotton Percale Apron Hose Dresses For women and children. Good quality percales. ? Black and cordovan. Attractive patterns. SHshtly imperfect. Four different styles. ; Specially priced Specially priced 19c 95c Pure Thread Silk 27-inch Dress Hose Ginghams Full fashioned ' In blue and white stripes. Heavy clear weave. I" checks of red, blue, lav Black, white, colors. ender and green: Specially priced Specially priced 1.79 15c Silk and Fibre Inexpensive Hose Corsets Mock seam leg.' Pink and white coutil Silk lisle top and soles. Low bust topless. Clear lustrous black. Plain and fancy. Specially priced Specially priced 49c 1.00 OUR Ice Cream in YOUR HOME You don't have to buy a freezer and break your back turning it. Order ice cream from our store phone your order and any cream combination will be sent to you exactly in time ror the meal. Try some for a different dessert in the following flavors; vanilla, maple walnut, chocolate and lemon cream sherbet. , Drown $ Drug Store Tel 630631 , We Deliver Sleet Musk Jut received another large shipment of all the latest ong hit. Thin new lot contains the siott popular number of the day. Among them are the following: HOT LIPS' GEORGKTTE" "KICKY KOO"' , - "SO BODY LIED" -MOON' RIVER" "LITTLE THOUGHTS" "THE SXEAK" "MY HONEY'S LOVIX ARMS" "THE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE" VMELLOW MOOX" "DANCING FOOL" And other, too numerous to mention. Come in and make your elec- tior"- . ... - t Remtmber that all popular music a reduced from 3ac to 25c Littlefield Piano Co., Inc. THE HOUSE OF MUSIC Tel. 3W-W GOOD VALUES for Saturday Large ripe Southern Potatoes, per peck at store Fresh Native Eggs, special for Sat at store. Three Kellogg Corn Flakes - Family-size Package Royal Lunch, 4 to 5 lbs., per lb Family-size Package Saltines, 4 to 5 lbs,, per lb. Ladd's Cream Bread, better than ever, full weight, full quality and fresh Baked Beans and Brown Bread. Our usual full line of fresh pastry. .36 .25 ; 1 r- 4 w .18 .10 Fresh Native Fowls, per pound 38 Fresh Native Chicken, per pound .45 Hamburg Steak, Western Beef 5 Butt Steak per pound -5 Golden Bantam corn fresh every morning. Full line of fresh Native Vegetables. Fresh Halibut for Saturday, per pound Sword Fish, Haddock, Lobster, etc THE F. D. LADD CO. .25 4