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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922.
sV i s pecial for Saturday American Legion Bazaar Day 25 Brass Smokers Regular $3.50 value. For this day, $1.98 only B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST W-TO-DATB MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVlOi City rata sua. as hoMe-drirm anboJaiu.i dilan call at raamoaU. ' tenss. TaUph.na 7-W. - Alwayi t Firtt to Give the Public What it Waata, 1 PUERS 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. WRENCH The workman who selects his wrenches here is sure to get a lot of satisfaction in using them. fThey are correct in design and made of high grade steel. s The kind of wrenches that we are proud of and can sell with utmost confidence. SsN.D.PhdpsGo. 'PHONES 28-29, Barre, Vt - Concert Program Saturday Night, Aug. 26th Star Spangled Banner. Vanilla, Strawberry and Chocolate Ice Cream at dimming & Lewis. March "The Gateway City" King Butter Scotch Nut Sundae at dimming & Lewi'. Overture "Orpheus" Offenbach The Ice Cream nerved at Cummings and Lewis' i made fresh every day. Plantation Songs "Echoes From the South" Klohr A Double Chocolate Ice Cream Soda at Cummings & Lewis'. Selection "Faust" ' Gounod Orangeade, a delicious hot weather drink as served at Cummings A Lewis'. Waltz "Wiener Burger" Ziehrer Get a box of Samoet Chocolates for Sunday at Cummings & Lewis'. Selection 'Take It From Me" J Anderson Hires Root Beer, creamy and cold from the keg at Cummings & Lewis'. March "Garland Entree" "America" On your way home get your favorite Sundae at Cummings i Lewis'. King Economy Purchases for for Saturday j Forequarters of Lamb, per lb 20c ! Legs of Lamb, per lb 35C ! Rib Roast of Beef, per lb 30c, 35c Fowls, per lb ...35c Beef Sausage, per lb 13c; 2 lbs., for 25c Pork Sausage, per tb 20c Link Pork Sausage, per lb 25c j FOR FRUIT Blueberries, Bananas, Oranges. FOR FRESH VEGETABLES Golden Bantam j Corn, Beets, lomatoes, Cabbage, Ripe Tomatoes, Celery. BAKERY Baked Beans, per quart 20c Brown Bread .10c Electric Baked Bread 10c j Doughnuts, fried in lard, per dozen 2Dc j Cakes and Cookies. j ! The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. TALK OF THE TOWN You can't miss it. If you believe it, it's so. adv.. Mrs. T. A. Thompson arrived in the city yesterday from Lyndonville. Men's black lace boots; rubber heels, Saturday special, $2.91, at Shea's. ad. The new Remington portable type writer, $60, at Drown's Drug store. adv. . John Trow of Washington street was an attendant at the Morrisville fair yesterday. Mrs. Albert Bartlntt returned to her liome here last evening after passing a few days with friends in St. Al bans. " : ' Clara M. Fuller of Williamstown was in the city to-day while on her way home from Burlington, where she has been visiting. . Ernest Marchetti, who has been passing a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives in Waterville, Me., re turned to this city last evening. Miss Doris Mayo, who has been em ployed at Old Orchard beach during the summer months, returned to her home in Websterville last evening. George R. Ford of Cambridge, Mass., well-known publisher of the Granite, Marble and Bronze magazine, is pass ing' a few days in this city on busi ness. . Mr. nd Mrs." Edward Casey and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lander of this city leave to-day for Old Orchard, Me., where they will pass two weeks at the beach. Miss Mildred Densmore of Concord, N. H., arrived in the city yesterday for a visit with her sister, Clara. Later in the week she will go to her home in , Chelsea. Mrs. Hattie Tillotson and Miss Grace Ingalls, who have been passing the summer , vacation from their du ties as teachers here, were visitors in the city yesterday. . Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Reynold and family of Hillside avenue left to-day on a motor trip through Maine, While away they will visit at Mr. Reynolds' home in Vin4I Haven. V, D. Carleton, who Is selling out his stock of goods at auction, is plan ning to. retire from business. Mr. Carleton bought out the King store nine years ago this summer. Cars using force feed lubricating sys tem such as will be shown on Velie cars at American Legion bazaar are Hall Scott, Mercedes, Rolls-Royce, Hispano Suiza, Ditsenberg and Dorris. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN have money and read Shea's shoe adv page 5. adv. For 20 cents you can enjoy yourself. If, you believe it, it'a so. adv. 'L. Holzsauer of Troy, N. Y was a business visitor, in this city to-day. The swindler who offered him mil lions. If you believe it, it's so. adv. Mrs. Emma Tait of Waterbury Center-visited friends in this city yester day. ' ' Dance, Waterbury, Saturday, Aug. 20; Sumner's orchestra, five pieces. adv. ;. Robert Weise of Burlington visited friends in this city yesterday after noon. . - : J -J" Dance at Woodbury Lake house pa vilion Friday evening; Carroll's br chestra. adv. Wilmor O. French of Tun bridge was among the business visitors in this city yesterday. .Paul Kaine and Marshall Johnson of Burlington are spending a few days in this city while receiving radium treat ment. TALK OF THE TOWN John Leslie of Washington street left' yesterday on a business trip through Isew York and Pennsylvania. Lesson appointments with Miss Spear available after Sept. 1, 26 Jeffer son street. Tel. 118. Present address, Colonial theatre, Bethlehem, N. "II. adv. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clark of French street and grandson, William Ward, returned to-day from Joe's pond, where they have been camping for the past week. ' ; Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Denning left for their home in Canton, O., last night, after being called here by the serious illness and death of their fa ther. T. J. Denning. Miss Elsie Bruya of Maple Grove street left-this morning for Middle bury, where she will visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. Louis Bruya ac companied her to Burlington. Mrs. Elsie Johnston and cousin, Miss Maude Greenlaw, both of Cambridge, Mass., are visiting for a week at the MONTPELIER 41 j Regular meeting of Modern Woodmen of America this evening at 7 o'clock. Ted Guernsey of North Montpelier was in the city yesterday for the pur pose of getting in a little practice with the local hose team. Miss Madeline Gladding of Nelson street left yesterday for St. Albans, where she will visit friends for a few days before going to Sherbrooke. We have about 100 cord dry hard wood we will deliver at $12 a cord, A. Tomasi Cash market, corner Main and Merchant streets .Tel. 254-R, adv. Cars using force feed lubricating sys tem such as will be shown on Velie cars at American Legion bazaar are Hall Scott, Mercedes, Rolls-Royce, Hispano suuta, imsenburg and Doms.T-adv. W. G. Reynolds, Miss Leone Rey nolds and John Wallace of Montpelier left to-day for the St. Bernard Fishing club on the St. Lawrence river, where they will spend a few days fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dimock of East Corinth were business visitors, in this city yesterday. Mr. Dimock is a noted apple and potato grower and this year has ninety acres of potatoes under cultivation. ' I home of Mrs. Johnston's mother, Mrs. Helen Petrie, of Summer street, A shower was given last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitts of Perry itreet for Mjss Freda Ladd, in honor of her approaching marriage to Donald W, Smith of Perry street. There were about 12 girl friends pres ent and Miss Ladd was presented a beautiful iced tea set. Refreshments were served and everyone present had a most enjoyable evening. Several of the prominent citizens of Barre Town met last evening for the purpose of forming a Barre Town cam paign committee to promote the inter ests of the candidacy of Earle R. Davis of the' city of Barre, who is a candidate for the office of probate judge. Mr, Da vis formerly lived in Barre Town and began the practice of law at East Barre, removing from there to the city nearly 20 years ago. About 20 members of the Greenwood Racquet club, a recently formed ten nis club, attended a tarewell party giv en last night to Miss Andrewina Walk er of Cliff street, who leaves soon with You can't appreciate the wonderful parents for arren, O., where they values we are tnvmsr until vnu've ctu. i will make their home. Miss Walker ent V Special meeting of Iro quois tribe, Xo. 16, in Clan hall, Friday evening, Aug. 25, at 7:30 o'clock. Impor tant, Every member please make an effort to lie pres- too Late to classify WANTED Br Sept. 4th. a ood rlibl. woman or srirl for general housework In family of thro adults ; apply in penon to ( Rich.rtiKm .trort, Brr. Vt. lS8tZ aLX makes of safety razor blades tharnmrd i plain razors and setnor ; leavs .t Drown's Dm Store. - I38tf FOR SALE Forty ttcnm of prosixetrve ' quarrr land. rnit of a medium stuck, situated near GranitovUle; if interested In quire or write to "Quarry," can Times of c. 188t HOLSTEIN COW rame to my house. 125 Brooklyn street Friday morning-; owner may ha,v. same by payinf cbarjm; Henry Borrr. 138t Grain Separators New modern machines and fully guaranteed. If you need a better ma chine to do clean work, bring in your old machine and exchange. We can use a few second hand machines for customers on small farms. Marsh-Allen Co. PAPEC BLOWERS CUTTERS They throw and blow continuously. Require the least power of any blow er cutter. Have customer on small farm who wishes carrier. We will buy in exchange for blower. ally see them. Come in, see and feel that marvel Royal Tailored to measure quality at $30 for yourself. The Roy al TaHor Man. adv. J. II. Keilson of Detroit, who acts as representative for one of the local granite manufacturers, left yesterday for Bethel, after passing two weeks in this city. Mr. Nielson will visit the Woodbury Granite company before re turning to his home. , Considerable comment was caused yesterday noon when an airplane passed over the city flying very low and at the same time dropping papers which turned out to be advertisements of the "Two Dollar Days" and the aviators ball to be held in Randolph. Sheldon Brown, who has been em ployed for some time as a clerk at the Shea shoe store, completed his duties yesterday, being forced to leave the store on account of illness. Alfred Edwards of North Main street has been engaged in place of Mr. Brown, the former having completed his duties with the Prudential Insurance com pany here. Barre friends of Mrs. Guy Harring ton, formerly Miss Vera Watson, will be interested in the following Item clipped from the Newport items of the Orlean County Monitor: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrington of Barre. are boarding with Mrs. Myron Alexander. Mr. Harrington is assistant principal of Derby academy the coming term and Mrs. Harrington is to take Mrs. Addie Brock's position in the South building." ' Entries.are requested tot events to take place at the street bazaar Aug. 20. The following prizes will be given: KHO-yard dash, $5, $:), f; bicycle race. i; maratnon race, siu. f., fZ; hose content, $25; water fight, $25; lad der climbing contest, $10; the greased pig will be given to the one catching it. All those interested please report to Mr. Wilson, at Legion rooms, not later than 0 o'clock Friday night. adv. The machine gun with which the lo cal boys scored the best hits while Co. M was encamped with the 172d at Camp Governor Hartness has been mounted and placed in the window of the Shea shoe store for exhibition. The gun has been completely mounted with the belt holder attached to the side and the ammunition belt itself fed into the gun. One of the belt filling ma chines with tha shells placed in posi tion for feeding into a belt has also been mounted in the window, making it look like a real machine gun nest. was resented a eold pencil. Refresh ments of ice cream and cake were served and games and music helped to make a party which was enjoyed by everyone. WATERBURY The funeral of Goin B. Evans, who died yesterday, will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Methodist church. ' Chautauqua Speaker Sings Praise, of Congressman Greene. v Hon. Daniel A. Reed, congressman from the 43d district of New York, speaking last night before a chuutau qua audience, stated that Congressman Frank L. Greene of the first district of Vermont was one of the most highly respected men in the House of Repre sentatives, and that all the member of the House would be glad to see him promoted tb the position of United States senator. He mentioned Congress man Greene's activity in working in the interests of war veterans, and also spoke of his support of Vermont's dairy intercuts, superintendent tiaseitine, in introducing Congressman Reed, stated that 65 people had signed as guarantors for the Redpath Chautauqua next year. A. B. Shepard of the'National Life Insurance company has returned from Toronto, where he attended a meeting j of insurance agents from the United States and Canada. Over 2,000 agents attended the meeting. V " Mrs. Orville Pine stayed at Lake Mansfield 'yesterday. ' Mis KatTierine Pine has returned from a week's vacation in Rutland. 9 - Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers are pass ing two weeks at Joe's pond. Hon. Daniel A Reed of Dunkirk, N. Y., who spoke at the chautauqua last night, was a guest at the luncheon of the chamber of commerce hel.d in the Community club yesterday ' noon. The number attending was 13.. Commis sioner of Education 0. H. Dempsey spoke on educational questions and problems. He discussed current criti cism of educational methods, and spoke , of the improvements in etandardiza- j tion of teaching planned and the prog- rees of standardization of rural schools. J. p; noadley of Wallingford Was a visitor in the city yesterday. Charlea H. Thompson of Burlington, a former resident of Montpelier, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Thompson is now working in the interests of the as bestos mines in Eden. Secretary of State Harry A. Black was in Brattleboro to-day to investi gate an accident to a car which' John D. Manley of Brattleboro was driving near Chesterfield, X. H., in the vicin ity of Spofford lake the latter part of last week. No formal written report of the accident has been received as yet, but it is understood that the car struck a telephone pole, and that two passen gers by the names of Ryde and Burgees were injured, one having a broken shoulder. All three men are prominent inf Brattleboro. . Mrs. Mary J. Anderson left yester day for Manchester, N. H., for an ex tended visit with relatives. , James F. Dewey of Qucchee bag re ported to the secretary of state that there is one; leg dog in Dewey's Mills. The ill-fated animal, which belonged to A. E. Wilson, ran under Mr. Dewey's car on the evening of Aug. 10, he state, as he did not see the dog in the wad- Mrs. L. S. Wheeler of East Mont pelier left yesterday for Montreal ' a visit with John Wheeler of Nicholas villo, Ky and party. Mr. Wheeler, a. former resident of this part of . thx stute, has been visiting here. The primary ballots were printed yesterday at the D. W, Edsou fWV here and will be distributed next week The ballots were printed somewlial ahead of time. Saturday Bargains Beef Sausage, per lb 10c, 3 lbs. 23c Pork Sausage, per lb .20c Home cured Boneless Smoked Shoulder, per lb ...... 25c Home cured Bacon, strip, per lb ... . . .20c; sliced. . . .25c Legs Native Spring Lamb, per lb 38c Native Fowls, per lb . .38c Broilers, per lb 48c Pork Roasts, per lb 25c, 30c, 32c Veal Roasts, per lb 30c, 35c Veal Pot Roasts, per lb 20c Beef Roasts, per lb .35c, 40c Corned Pork Ribs, per lb .......10c Sweet Potatoes, Cucumbers, Ripe Tomatoes, Lettuce. Plenty Golden Bantam Corn, per dozen ............. .30c Native Tomatoes, per lb 10c Grocery Department 3 pkgs. Kellogg's Cornflakes for 23c 2 pkgs. Shredded Wheat for .... , 25c Bulk Macaroni or Spaghetti, per lb. .10c, 20 lb. box $1.90 4 pkgs Argo Corn Starch for 25c One-eighth Gold Medal Flour, at store $1.25 3 pkgs. Jiffy Jel !25c 13 lbs. Sugar, at the store ..,.$1.00 Fancy Brooms ... ..55c, 65c 80c and $1.00 6 cakes Buttermilk or Witch Hazel Toilet Soap . . 25c 20 cakes Babbitt's Soap for $1.00 10 cakes White Joy Naphtha Soap 50c 10 cakes Babbitt's Naphtha Soap ..50c 6 cakes Lenox or Clean-easy Soap 25c 10 cakes World Soap 60c 3 rolls Builtmore Toilet Paper 25c 3 lbs. Ginger Snaps, Saturday only 25c 4 cans Sardines 25c Houghton & Robins Marsh -Allen Co. PORTABLE USE YOU WANT GOODS OF ABSO LUTE purity and freshness. The best of soft drinks are none too good for you, and those we sell are so pure and wholesome it'a safe to give even the baby a taste. Our SOFT DRINKS ALL HAVE THE HEALTH giving nutrition requisite for family us. When ordering be sure and get only our ABSOLUTELY n RE SOFT DRINKS GREKN MOUNTAIN FPF.IXG WATER SODA JOHN ROSSO, ulancfaciiirer 355 5ert Main Street, Barra, Vt. Xel :. LITTLEFIELD PIANO CO., INC. If you plan to buy a piano or talking machine ;this fall, come in and look over our stock. We offer you an unusually inviting assortment of both pianos and talk ing machines from which to make your selection. We have some espe cially attractive offerings in slightly used instruments. Our Rental Purchase Plan Gives you all the price advantage of a cash purchase with 12, 24, or 36 months in which to complete payment If unable to call, fill out the coupon and mail to us to-day. Sheet Music Just received, another shipment of all the latest New York song hits. See our window display. LITTLEFIELD PIANO CO., INC. 14 No. Main St, Barre, VL, TcL 399-W. THE HOUSE OF MUSIC Littlefield Piano Ce., Inc.. 1S4 No. Main St, Barre, Vt. Plaaa mat! ma rar Iwt of fcar raina ajti full it. !w-wm Unfi rar4 ir rsnr Rental Purr ha Flan f panna and taHttnc machine. Kant Shea's Shoe Store (fMLL If Low Prices Will Sell .Shoes Saturday You Will Find Them at Shea's. This Is Your Gain and Our Loss. Odd sizes, women's White Canvas Shoes -1.00 10 styles Women's Low Shoes. 2.98 pr. Women's Sport Ox fords, smoked ETk Fibre Soles. 2.98 pr. ELVA CUSTOM MADE SHOES FOR WOMEN Women's Black Kid Dress Oxfords, rubber heels. 3 .98 pr. Heel Men's Rubber Blatk Dress Shoes 2 .98 pr. Men's Scout' Bals. 2 .98 Men's Black, Brown Clean-up Men's Work Dress Hose. 2 prs. Shirts. 25c 95 c ea Little Gents', Army Shoes Special 2.49 pr. BARRY SHOES FOR MEN WHO CARE Children's Hi-Cut Cloth Top Lace Boots. 1 .49 pr. All Keds Tennis Reduced. , Children's Stocking 25 Buying in Case Lots Enables Us to Quote the Low est Possible Prices on Our Footwear. In this direction it you wish to buy bread that is J healthful and wholesome, pies and cakes that are pure and delicious and biscuits that just melt in your mouth. When you have once tried our products, you will not consider it worth while to stand over the hot stove to do your own baking. The City Bakery Saturday Specials Free With Each Dollar Purchase at the Store, a Real Towel hanger, With Our Compliments. 10 lts. of Spaghetti for J. . , $L00 10 lbs. of Macoroni for $1.00 30 cakes of Swift's Pride Soap for . $1.00 One-eighth barrel of American Eagle Flour $1.00 Southern Potatoes, ripe and mealy, per peck 30c 4 lts. of Coffee, whole or ground, for $1.00 Free to Every Customer a Sample Package of Brillo As Long As They Last. BAKERY DEPARTMENT Ladd's Cream Bread, always good, per loaf 10c Brown Bread, Raisin or Graham Bread 10c Baked Beans, with pork, for Saturday, quart 20c Our variety of Pies, Cakes and Pastry will please. ' MEAT DEPARTMENT Round Steak, all Western Beef, Saturday, per lb. . 33c Butt Steak, per lb 23ciHamburg Steak, lb 13c Native Fowls, lb ..... .3Scj Chicken, per lb 43c Rib Roasts of Western Beef, per lb 3Sc Real Golden Bantam Corn, per dozen 23c 6-lb. can of Roast Beef for ....73c ; Sweet Potatoes, per lb 7c; 4 lbs 23c ; Onions, per Tb 7c; 4 lbs. for ......23c FISH DEPARTMENT Special on Mackerel, each 10c, 3 for ... ,23c Get in early on this Mackerel sa!e. Square Deal Red Alaska Salmon, in one-pound tall tins; ppecial cash and carry, Saturday, per can 23c Swordfiyh, Salmon, Haddock and Lobsters. THE F. D. LADD CO.