tUQi., V 1. t A I U HDA i , . 0 V IvttlfEH 4, 10227
Roscoc Farrington'i Automobile
atroyed By Fire on Road.
The automobile of Roseoe Farrington
van destroyed by fire Sunday near the
West Danville road, tlifi fire evidently
having started from a backfire of the
engine. The motor was running when
(he fire started and Mr." Farringtw,
who waa , driving the car, barely . had
time to escape without stopping the
motor. Hie car was insured.
Marriages are quite popular in tow
this fall, the last being that of Charlie
Wheeler and a Mrs. iixher of Danville
The marriage occurred Monday evening
at Danville and the ceremony wa
performed by Kev. Mr. Hicksley. Their
home will be at St. Johnsburv, where
Mr. Wheeler is employed by the Fail'
The friends of Mrs. Minnie Welch
Kinerson will be glad to know that she
m able to leave Brurhtlook hospital
where ahe underwent an operation for
ippendicitm some over a week ago. oh
will remain in St. Jolmsbury with rt-l
tiven for a time so that she may be
ittended bv the operating physician
Mrs. tJeorge Eaden if visiting rela
tives and friends in-1 net ford.
Mr. Warner of Gardner, Mass., s
brother of Mrs. Charles Kinerson, vis
ited her last week.
Nathan Banks, a former resident of
this place but now of St. Johnsbury
was in town Wednesday evening, ac
Himpanied by a lady friend to. attend
the dance at Blair's hall, East Peach
im, which was more largely attended
than usual and a line time was en
iftVPff hv nil.
Clarence J-.sden lias purchased a new
Buick car. ,
Margaret Stevenson of Veat Barnet
is staying witn lier aunt.vjrs. James
Stevenson, and attends J'eacham acad
Mr. and Mrs. Len Brock entertained
Friends at a card party Friday eve
Miss Lou trfevenson is working in
Hanover, h. II. :
Will Banks of St. Johnsbury is at
Herbert Blair's1, assisting him with the
nice new porch which is being added
to his house.
Thursday evening a confetti dance
nded the dances for the season at
Hallowe'en was observed by most of
'.he schools. Tuesday evening all roads
led to the East Peaeham school whorj
l fine entertainment was given and a
box supper furnished. A candy booth,
lecorated with the Hallowe'en colors
nd black cata, was one of the at
tractive features. Ghosts, spooks, elves
ind fairies were conspicuous. The boys
n their hats of green and the girls in
their orange caps were very attractive,
while Mrs. Richardson, the teacher, was
harming in her dress of black with a
black and orange cap on which rested
black cat. J he boxew were auctioned
:ff by Albert Peake anil brought a good
irice, none selling for less than 00c and
.dliers for a $1 or more.
Mr. and Mr. Kerby, who purchased
and have been occupying the Ililas
Church place for some time, have gone
to Boston for the. winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Trrhnan Parshley and
three children of Vershire, also Mr.
and Mrs. John Bixby of Corinth, vlnNt
ed at Cyrus Sanborn's last week.
Roy Hood of Andover, Mass., who
is superintendent of one of the large
stock farms of the American- Woolen
mills, recently made a short visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Meara returned
Tuesday from a few days' visit to
Mrs. O'Meara't daughter, Mrs. Jessie
Machia Joslyn, of Greenfield, Mass.
The trip was made in their new limou
sine. Mrs. Joslyn' friends will be in
terested to know that she has a little
daughter, .- ,
George Cushing of Montgomery, who
is an agent for nursery stock, has been
in town a few days.
Several people took advantage , of
the good weather conditions Wednes
day to make a trip to Barre. Among
the number were Air. and Mrs. George
Hight, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Higlit,
"Grandpa" Abbott, Mrs. Florence
Church, Miss Mamie White, Mrs. Josie
Waldo and John Marsten.
The Hallowe'en party Tuesday eve
ning was a very pleasant social occa
sion. The hall was trimmed with ap
propriate decorations, pumpkins and
witv'hes not being forgotten.
Mr. and Mrs,- Ed. Ricker of Groton
visited at Madam Hight's Wednesday,
Everyone will be glad to know that
E. C. Poole, who has been at the Barre
City hospital for treatment, is improv
ing and expects to be home in a few
John P. Neill from East Moretown
Ivas at Frank rierson'g this week.
Miss Irene Joslyn is assisting in
. E. Jones store.
W. E. Mills was a business visit
r in .Montpeher Ihursday:
Miss Evelyn Ferris has returned
mm Fayston and is spending a time
t her home. ? ;
Mrs. F. A. Bragg i spending a few
lays the guest of Mrs. Lewis Palmer.
O. G. Eaton, with his son, Fred Eat
m, from Middlesex, attended the fu-
eral of a relative in Granville Sun-
Mrs. Ella Talbert from Moretown is
guest this week of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert , Bowen and wife have sold
heir farm, known as the M. M. Morl-
rty place, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill,
he writings'-being signed by both
Charles n. Mills from Sodus, N. Y.,
tag been a guest of U. G. Eaton this
keek. Mr. Mills was in partnership
ith.Mr. Eaton in the hardware busi-
ess in this place several years ago.
ater he removed to Sodus, where he
Y carrying on an extensive fruit bust-
ess. At the Jvew ork state fair
Ir. Mills had the largest exhibit of
pples and his premiums amounted to
ver $30ft. He showed. 68 varieties of
pples. He raised and sold three
housand bushels of the Wealthy sp
ies and about fifteen hundred bushels
f peaches, this fall.
Mrs. R. W. McAllister was called
Randolph Fridav bv the illness of
er daughter. Miss Mary McAllister,
ho is in the hospital suffering from
hat is feared is an a We as in her
Erie B. Tierce and Mis Butler have
(losed their garage and gone to Rich
mnd to open a garaj-.
Mrs. A. B. Grt-en of Waterbury was
' town Thursday with a line of mil-
Misi Emily Maxwell has recovered
om her operation on lier throat so
to resume her work as assistant
the village primary.
The . second chautauqua entertain-
ent under the utpices of the high
hool was from Raymond B. Talbert
his lecture. "The Roots of Democ-
cy. I he strikes, me immigration
estion, the unemployed, each had a
reat part in one of the lest lectures
aru in linn jjiaie uns iau. -
J. B. McKinstry will represent the
Lamoille district at the National Milk
Producers' convention to be held at
Springfield, Mass., Nov. 9 and 10.
Following are the local candidates
for Tuesday: Representative, Repub
lican, J. B. MeKinley; Democrat, H.
VV, Luce; justice of the peace, J. u.
Benson, F. P. Billings, J. F. Campbell,
F. S. .McAllister, A. r. Smith, F. E
Stafford, C. Mi Watts.
The board of civil authority has ap
pointed the following ballot clerks for
election Tuesday: VK. C. Bashaw, H.
S. Knight, F. P. BillTnga, H. E. Pike;
assistant clerks, H. W. Burnham, H.
McMahon, Mrs. H. E. ,Shaw and
Mrs. M. C. Tinkham.
Osa H. Adams has sold the Lvsander
Barrows farm on west hill to Ernest
Allen of Hardwick. Immediate pos
session will be given.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Powers of Ches
ter are visiting Mrs. Powers' .-mother,
Mrs. Cornelia McCuen.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanborn of
Sugar Hill, N. II., visited Mrs. W. I.
Paugle and other friends in town this
Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Newcity were in
Burlington Friday, when their son,
Carley, had an operation on his hand,
injured several weeks ago while work
ing in McMabon'a garage.
Richard, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Hosmer, was kicked by a
horse while playing with some little
visitor in the barn at the Hosmer
home when the horse was hitched. A
cut on the head near the eyebrow re
quired four stitches to close but the
injury is not serious. .'
Instead of the usual church Sunday
school Sunday morning rally day ex
ercises will be carried out. There will
be promotion of classes. .
Mr. and Mr$. F. D. Van Dusen are
moving to Morrisville.
; Mrs. Carrie Straw of Stowe was a
week-end guest at the homev of her
brother, A. P. .Bigelow.
The Hallowe'en party given by the
Parent-Teacher association in Holden
hall (Tuesday was well attended. - A
very interesting program was given
by the school children, after which
tfie pic were sold at auction and a
social hour in promenading was en-,
joyed. Prize for bet eohtume was
awarded Elizabeth Folsome; and for
most horrible to Bernard Herbert.
0. H. Mills of Sodus, N. Y., was a
guest Tuesday of his nephew, F. J.
Eaton, and family. -
Mrs. Belle McCarthy cam? on Mon
day from Waitsfield to visit her
daughter, Mrs. L. C. Jones and fam
ily. ' -' v
Mrs. Charles Ryan and Alvin Rich
ardson were in Montuelier Tuesday i
evening to attend the wedding of El
ton Sherman and May tilleld. -
The members of the Sunshine club
entertained tho members(of the Rainy
Day rluh at the home of Mrs. Addie
Mrs. Henry Bettis and daughter of
Waitsfield were callers in town on
Wednesday. . -..-.
The chioken-pie supper served by the
Indies of the Home circle Thursday eve
ning was largely attended, the receipts
of the evening Amounting to $127.
The vaudeville entertainment given
by members of Valley grange Thurs
day evening was presented to a full
house and proved a
The House of Good Cheer
- Rooms Rates $2.00 tier day and up.
Two new fireproof Gariitfos one Ulock in
the rtr of th House.
Business Men's Lunch from noon to
2:80 p. m.
Dinner from 6 o. m. to 8 p. m. !
Suouer from 8 o. m. to 1 a. m. .
A la csirts all day.
Music from 8 n. m. to I d. ra. by Scotty
. Holmin Orchestra and the Imperial
Banquet Roonw from 4 to 500 people
Telephone llttymarket 4740.
north tenement. In" W. B. Jones' house
on East street and he is employed with
tli? Williiimstown Granite Co. now
doing busincfia jn the old Passe ra plant.
Don T. McAllister of Chelsea was
in town -lately to visit bis brother,
Van D. McAllister.' ; .
Gentlemen's Night Observed By Home
j '' Study Club.
I Following a long established custom,
the ladies of the Home Study club et
apart the evening of Nov. 2 for tip
I annual gathering called "gentlemen's j
' night," when each member of the club j
is privileged to invite two of her rel- .- , , ... .
jatnes or friends. The event proved If. T. Ridoout was a business visit
; to he a very happy one and was held or in, Montpelier recently. '
' j i ..i e a i f i ' i -' 1
ii mo pariors oi ne i ongregauona! j vH Wilson and daughter. Annie.
EAST W OODBURT
REPORT OF CABOT COW TESTING ASSOCIATION
FOR MONTH OF OCTOBER
The following table gives the names and records, of the cows In the
Cabot Cow Testing association which have produced more than 40 pounds of
butterfat or 1,000 pounds of milk during the period of 30 days ending
church. Shortly after 8 o'clock, the
have moved to Woodbury Center for
H. G.-Kiinuier, who has been dar.g
erously sick, bordering on double ! Scaver, with -her sister. Miss Esther ,
pneumonia, js reported a little bet- j as accompanist, and piano selections
ter at this writing. j by Mrs. Bessie F: Outland. Mrs. French
Warren Vancbr, who has been to! theti introduced the speaker of the eve
Bra ttleboro for treatment, is home ning, .W. II. Jeffrey of Montpelier,
again, but still under the doctor's care state probation officer, and chairman
of the board of charities and correc
tion, who paTe a most interesting talk
. ..,o ,...11... i ,l. t., r..
LottieB. I'renc.u, acting for the coin- , '
niitt.ee, which had in chargo the ar- James Pickett is working for Fred
rangemeuts for the evening. A brief Lyford.
musical program included a piano solo Several from this neighborhood at
l.y Miss Esther Seaver, encored; two t ,e(, , IIaiowe'e g0cial at the
musical recitations by Miss Rcbeka,h ,. .,.i.i - .i,., 0ivt nroro
Samuel McCarty is sawing wood for
and not " well by considerable.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Godfrey have a
winter boarder, namM Evelyn Flor
Dnrthy Etta, a young lady less than
24 hours old, called at Mr. and Mrs.
o. the methods and scope of his work,
our state institutions, the probation
and parole system, and many other
matters with which he has to do under
I the Jaws of the state. Photographs
ne and or. some
A II K.inl l,u 1,-s, wi ,., i- ,i i.
concluded to remain for the present, jf,? so,m" "f thf hV in wl!i,'1L fn
rr tt it -ii u .i lhes had been found living and of so
i.- xi. .ntiiiiti, who recently came
here from New Hampshire and occupies
theBert Smith cottages, has settled
down for the winter. '
Mrs.'Ralph Bailey and Pearl Carroll
visited Mrs. William Felix . Thursday.
Wilfred Lamore has finished work
for Bert Tebbetts and now is at the
home of his parents.
C, D. Farr is now ill with an attack
of grip. ; i; ....
Misses .Helen Harvey and" Edna
Steel attended the burial services of
the wife of Fred Blodgett at Lower
name of cow.
R. A. White ;
R. A. White
C. H. Austin, Roy ........
C. H. Austin, Thelma .......
C. II. Austin, Kate ........
C. II. Austin, Irene ...... t
C. H. Austin, Twin Poter ..
C. H. Austin, I'ersia .... .
V. II. Aiihtiii, Sadie
('. II. Austin, Leola
C. IL Austin, Speculator . . ,
C. H. Anftin, Pet '. .'
A. W. Mackay . ... ...
K. W. Clark
of the children that had been furnished
medical assistance were passed to the Cabot Monday. . . ' .
audience near the close of his remarks.! u t ti.fs;;.." ....i tt.,..niw
I Tt una verv interestinff ana to some ti. '. i ...
Charles G. Bragg and Hannah Hurley taimc,8t a revelation of a department , ,;, frm ,,, Btr,,f
Mrs. Jennie Jacobs of East Mont pel
ier was a guest of her aister, Mrs. F,
B. Miles, Thursday.
Savory Ligman has sold his farm to
parties from Washington.
Frank Siloway has vacated the
Charles Porter farm and he and Mrs.
Siloway are stopping at Henry Bude
shein's for the present. .
most interesting ,' were married Wednesday evenig at thejof onr f wj,ich the averatre citi-
iresidcm-e of Rev. C. N. Krook, all of zen knows far too little. A rising vote
Last Sunday evening an Epworth
league was organized by the young
people at Beulah hill in order to give
permanent form to the young people's
services which thev have been hold
ing in the schoolhouse there for some
time. Aubrav Rollins was elected pres
ident, Ella Chandler, secretary, and
iolet Rollins, treasurer. Application
is being made to the central ollice of
the Epworth league for a charter and
as soon as this is- ttecured the officers
will be formally installed and ; the
league activities set on foot.
Next Sunday is "missionary Sun
day" in the Sunday school and will be
KevvJ. U. hallis will preach a ser
mon to citizens next Sunday after
noon, bervice commences at I oclorfc.
The teacher training cIhss has com
menced the study of "The Worker and
His Bible." Meetings are held every
Wednesday evening; next week a meet
ing will probably be at the home of
one of the memhers; announcement
will he made from the pulpit on Sun
day. , ,
Wesley Ricker is working on his new
house on Back street, to get it covered
before cold weather.
Not much exictement on the coming
election, although two candidates have
been, nominated for town represcta
Dr. C. H. Burr of Montpelier was at
his father'r home a few minutes yester
day. The cave-in at the approach to the
new iron bridge has been rilled at a
cost of over $100. Wesley Ricker and
his men did the work, j
of thanks was given Mr. Jeffrey, aft
er which a social hour was spent, made
the more enjoyable "by light refreshment.-
of cake and ice cream, provided
by the committee in charge, composed
of Miss Mary E. Waterman, Mr. Fan
nie Dow and Mrs. Lottie B. French.
Mr. Jeffrey was accompanied by his
Is often .,auiwd by an inflamed condition
of the ftiucou linins -of thf Eustachian
Tube. Whrn ' this tube i inflamed you .
havn a mmhlinv null nrt nr imoerfect ht-Kr- I
ma. Unles the inflammation can ne re-1 Kmjtu & Houghton ...
duced, your hearing may be deatroyxt for- Walker Clodatia
I). A. Blain
C. M. Roy, Beauty
F. F. Robinson & Son, G. B.
V. E. Lamb, Jimmy .......
V. E. Lamb, Edith
J. G. Chandler, Matilda
J. G. Chandler, Elderetta ...
J. G. Chandler, Nellie
J. G. Chandler, Katie
J. G. Chandler, Beauty .....
J. G. Chandler, Helen
J. G. Chandler, Hazel
J. G. Chandler, Ella
J. G. Chandler, Gladys
J. 6. Chandler, Daisy ......
J. G. Chandler, Beatrice . . .
J. G. Chandler, Dot ........
J. G. Chandler Lachique ...
G, D. Morse, Alice
A. E. Read
A. E. Read
Smith & Houghton .
At the Methodist Episcopal church
Rev. William R. . Hessel, pastor, the
Masonic lodge is invited as special
guests lor Sunday morning. Sermon
theme, "Ihe Virtues of Citizenship.'
Epworth league at 6:4.) p. m.' Topic,
lhe Secret of Making the Gift At
tractive." Leader, Miss LauraDenier
itt. Evening sermon at 7:30: theme.
State, National or World Citizenship,
Which?" Next Tuesday evening at
this church at 6:30 thee will be a
mothers' and daughters' banquet. The
men ana boys of the church will serve,
C. C. Holmes is chairman of-he ban
quet committee. There will be an ad
dress by lady speakers.
At the Congregational church, Rev.
John C Prince, minister, at the morn
ing worship has for his sermon topic,
"Starting Life Aright." This is the
first of a series of sermons on notable
incidents in the life of ChrUt. The
sacrament of the Lord's supper will
be observed. At 5 p. m.. tlicro will
I be the monthly vesper servic. Sub-
r: a. - 41 i- a r . .
Jt-lfc Ul me ri niun ta 1 our -Masterpiece."
Christian Endeavor service at
6 p. m. Subject, "Better Thinking."
Leader, Curtis Pearson.
The meeting of the) Waterbury
Home bureau will be with Mrs. B. S.
Morey next Thursday.
rancy Dairy Butter : 50c
Dairy Butter, lb 50c
Washington Creamery Butter,
per lb 50:
10 lbs. fine Sugar 75c
Coffee, lb 30c
Yellow-eye Beans, lb 10c
Pea Beans, lb 10c
Good Eggs, dozen 40c
C. A. Thomas vit-ited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas, the first
of, the week. "
Mr. and Mrs. Alliian Micbaudand
children of Waldcn were- Sunday
guests of .Mrs. Midland's parents, Mr.
and -Mrs. N. A. Ross.
II. E. Webber was some over Sun
day from his work in Groton.
Mac Ross returned Wednesday to
his work in Concord, after a few days'
visit with his parents, Mr, and Mrs.
N. A. Ross.
John Morse and Burt Parker, who
have work in Groton, were at their
homes here over the end of the week.
Mildred Ainsworth has completed
her work at Hardwick and, returned
' 'Francis Hannigan and Gerald Morse
left the first of the week for Bradford,
N. IL, where they have employment.
Bessie Drennan is on the sick list.
Mrs. Jennie Hamcl was home Sun
day from her work in Hardwick.
Miss Flora Drennan of Burlington
is at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Drennan.
R. B. Daniels moved Robert Web
ber's goods to Hartford Saturday.
V endcll eblwr was a business visi
tor in Groton Tuesday.
Mr. Emerson visited in North Calais
John K. White of the firm of White
hill and White has moved from his
farni in Tops-hani to the tenement over
the atore. '
M. D. Coffrin and L. S. Blanchard
were in St. Jouhsbury Thursday.
.Mrs. Charles Robinson and Paul
Heath, her nephew, left yesterday for
Newton, Mas to attend the funeral
of Mrs. H. W. lljath, her brother's
wife, which was henl to-day.
Miss Joanna Welch is recovering
from the injury to her knee. '
Mrs. Carrie Daily and family of
Thctford have been visiting relatives
Mrs. George Hood of Corinth is vis
itinjr her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Hood.
Mrs. George Carpenter of Woods
ville, N. H., is visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mr. Norman Graham.
Byron M. Bundy .of Sutton, candi
date for high sheriff, was a business
visitor in town yesterday.
News was received Tuesday by Mrs.
Huldah Heath of the death of Mrs. H.
W. Heath, her son's wife, at her home
in Aeurton, jviass. .Mrs. Heath had
manv friends and acquaintances in !
this vicinity, having visited here near
ly every summer for some years. .She
had been in failing health for some
time and her recovery was not ex
pected. ' -(
Misa Sarah, McKay arrived here yes
terday from an extended visit with
relatives in Montreal, P. Q. She will
visit her aunt, .Mrs. u. At. McKay,
before going io lier borne in Tops
wite, pleasantly remeniuerea nere as what we claim for it rid your system oi
Miss Nellie B i.'Tilh.J w, and also by r.-rh A$g' MVcU'
Deputy Probation OHieer C. L. Dana of ,,M.fi s , .,,. f rtrrK for
Montpelier, who has charge of the of
flee, and his wife, who is the matron
of the new shelter home in Montpelier,
Kinstead. ; '
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE' will do' W. C. v alker, Barbara ....
w. v. waiter, yueen
W. C. Walker, Daisy
W. C. Walker, Ptimpkinseed
G. ,T. '
owr Forty Years.
Sold by alt druElst.
F. i. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.Adv.
A Really Pitiable Result
Is to have income stop or become too
small in old age. 15 uy an annuity. An
income of fixed amount is guaranteed
as true as you live, as long a you
ive. Information on request. National
Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual.) S. S.
Ballard,, general agent, 43 State1 street.
Montpelier, Vt.; G. J. Scager, ljcal
agent. , '
Eeef Steak, per lb
Pork Chops, per lb
.28c to 30c
10 cakes Soap of all kinds 5Gc
10 lbs. of good Onions . . ,21c,
10 lbs. small,Onions 16c
Sweet canned Corn,
15c, two for 25c
Domino Molasses, can ....10c
Fresh Shoulders lb "2c ZoC 030 01 waning i 'owder lbc
Boiling Beef, per lb .'.8cVo'l5c 9"eanLe.r.y D.u"er 49c
Roast Beef lb ?3c 1 un? Ufler Vinegar, ai . .Sbc
Sirloin Steak, lb White Vinegar, gal 31c;
SmokPfl Khnn'.Ws rh i Potatoes, per peck 23c
Smoked Shoulders without' the Remember the place.
143 Seminary St., Barre, Vt.
Peter Pickle and family, who moved
here from Randolph some five months
ojro and have been living in the wet
tenement in Mrs. Randall's house, have
sent their ;?oods by truck to Randolph
and will, after passing a few days at
Minard Chapman's, to back to Ran
dolph, where they lmve rented a house
at 51 School street. An offer of steady
work in the -bobbin factory at Ran
dolph was one of the reasons for the
change. . '
Nobody has yet remem!ered to give
your correspondent any data concern
ing the chicken-pie flipper, but it is
said the affair was financially more
than usually successful, supper being
furnished to about 300 and the booths
being well patronized. 'Nearly 100
came from Barre and nearby towns to
enjoy the rid and the bountiful sup-
Pimon Villanueva and family, for
merly of Barre, have moved to the
'aJ" i Wl at' " ,J lMMim 1 tt
in a stupendous picturization
, Full of Big Action
Mats. Daily 2:15, 15c, 20c
Eve. 6:45, 9:o0, 20c, 25c.
IIT' l-rr.2. its! IA
JCSSI 1.1KV V-ll ;J - "
A roaring M'estern round-up tf
thrills and real romance. Two stars
in the greatest rtdes they've ever Dad.
Story by the famous Clyde Fitch.
W. C. Walker, North Star .G.H.
. 33 3
The three highest' herd averai?es for the month are: J. G. Chandler, 16
cows with an average of 44.8 pounds butterfat; C. II. Austin, 21 cowa with
an average of 2.7 pounds butterfat; R, A. White, six cows with an average
of 32.8 pounds butterfat. The highest producing cow is owned by C. II.
Austin with a record of 1,732 pounds of milk and 81.4 pounds butterfat.
She is a grade Jersey and Holstein and was raised in Cabot.
E. W. Sargent, official tester; C. IL Austin, president.
' , I .
1 !ii ;''.; '"'w i'i'i! V--7 I'liriilii'i'!:!- 1 ';;,!i::-'fi":Vpi;l'!':H'',i
Mats. Daily 2:15, 10c, 17c.
Eve. 6:45, 9:00, 17c, 22c
where Qarxunounl Qichwes pwevajl
bone, per lb 10c i
Frankforts, lb 18c
Smoked Ham, sliced 35c.
Washington Creamery Butter,!
Per lb 50c
Compound Lard, per lb .... 15c
ure Lard, per lb 16c
lbs. Rolled Oats 40c " r"LV.; '"iA Palmolive Soar). 3 cakPS for 25c
ancy Western Rib Roast Beef, ci ,
3 large loaves of bread . . . 25c I r;. ons v ids. . f2 oo
0 lbs. Sugar 75c One-eighth bbl. Pastry Flour ! ?if "nV:??5
0 lbs. cood sound Onions. .2ici - - ior JUCt
lb. tub for
souna unions . . zoc . ; v, 'for
Lard, in-aU bbl. Luciy BreBi . - . ..... .
Good Trades for
Wftptern Steak, lb
ine granulated Sugar, 13 lbs..
Sugar 13 lbs. for ...$1.00 Fancy Creamery Butter, per
Rolled Oats, 10 lbs. for 10c lb 53c
cornllakes, 6 pkps. for 2oc Round Steak, per lb
A"V,;,":V'n . Pork Roasts or Chons rpr Tb "inaKes, j pkgs. ior 'Zoc Round Steak, per lb 30c
tern Chuck Roast of Beef.j ts C5c' Sc S'hite Um 4c Roast Beef, lb.P 28c
1 17c iGreen Tea. lb J.V pna.t pri- tr, o oi..
arnh Phnns It. . 4fV "0a x.oasi lieei, io n.. a e-
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a i- '.a.
orequarter Lamb, lb ....22c,Fnkfo,ls' 5
arge bottle of Catsup . .
arge pkg. of Towder
i n reft an rf Trxs Vi ao
arge can 2-lb Beef Hash 20c,P,uT " Ti111 r'tcf .A
25c a Tea' m&ny other bargains.
J. G. Shadroui
-JC Frankfurts, lb 20c
yc lionrlrss Smokpd ShoulrW.
Oranges, per dozen .65c per lb 18c
urape l-ruit, eacn lOc Heavy Salt Pork; lb .lGc
Everj-thing at low prices. Boiling and Stewing Beef, pr
Remember the store across the lb 12c to 18c
e i i i , .i i. s
Clui les K Hams
White House Coffee, lb. . 35c
Cream Cheese, per lb 28c
A Story of
Drama with a -rtifl;
Every y Ml.
Situation. ' "jj
BV TERLEY TOORE SIIEEHAV.
Hound to be the most talked about '
picture of the year. Sheehan is also
tlie author of the big auccess "If You
Believe It, It'a So." Directed by the
man who made "The Bachelor Daddy."
H 197-H. 115 Soatk Kaim St. SrOSDt SU TeL 244-W 2S-30 rrorct St Telerlioi.e S33.f TfL 1S1-W. 50 ttrwlr SI
Hiddcr Habbep r p g u a ,: i g pr i m a r i ly Cparajnounl pi ctu r e S
Don't let your insurance policy become a scrap of paper.
To avoid this place your insurance in this old established
J. W. Dillon
Established 1K02. Barre, Vt., Thone Connection!.
ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES
We are prepared to do any kind of remodeling and re
pairing of Furs and Fur Coats. We have a full line of Fur
Trimmings and Linings for Ladies and Men's Coals in
stock. Work done in a reasonable length of time.
All work guaranteed.
Tailor and Furrier. "
Kastman BIk. Over Littlcfield's .Music Store.
182 N. .Main St, Thone 192-J.
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