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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1022.
n 1 enessee Red Cedar Chests Best Chests on Earth Points which establish the superiority and per manency of the chests we carry Built of five-ply Veneer stock throughout. Turnings are solidly constructed, grooved, trimmed and well glued. , ' v Hand-rubbed finish throughout. Prices from $13.50 to $35.00. ' White Sewing Machines Don't pay a fancy price for a sewing machine. But buy a White Machine that carries a full guar antee of satisfaction. See the Electric Machine watch how easy it operates. Let us quote you prices. in our window and B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST tf-tO-DATB MOTOR AMBULANCB BEKV1CI CUr raM Mjn a4 ht-Arir-ii aaribalancst dirtane aalla at tmam terau. 1WphM IT-W, Always t First to GWe tb Public Wlat it Wanta. TALK OF THE TOWN Congregational sale to-day and to morrow. adv. Frank Gates of Chelsea wu a visit or In the city yesterday. One lni 7 Buick roadster in good con dition. II. T, Cutler & Son. artv. H. B. Gage of Burlington is pass ing a short business . visit in ino my, Howard Townsend of Hardwick was in the citv vesterday on a business visit. - , Frank M. Mead of Colchester ar rived in the city yesterday to be em ployed. : " B. J. Dunkling of Burlington was a business visitor in the city yesterday and to-day. , Floyd W. Mayo of Barnst arrived in the city yesterday afternoon on an ex tended business visit. TALK OF THE TOWN Congregational tale to-day and to morrow. adv. Special values in poiret twill drosses See "The Deacon's Second Wife,' Congregational church to-night. adv, Mrs. Rav L. Blanchard of Browns ville was a visitor in the city this morning. Miss Mabel Hutchinson. R. N.. has returned from Coventry, after earing lor a patient. Cliarles Gibbons and Joseph Liven dale arrived in the city to-day from jvewport on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clifford and Dr, and Mrs. O. V. Greene f Bethel were visitors in the city yesterday. Public dance, at North Montpelier ThurHdav nicht. Carroll's orchestra, i o . . . ... , seven nieces, netrbshments will ue Don't forget the sale on Empire tires Igerved. adv, ' .nM ,u wolr An articles at the uonaara iair hpxi o.v.v I ir.J. - ! ill t.- 1 .. 1 1 , I iuoiiuMjr vveuiuff will vv imi. mnt- Leo St. Marie and Emery Inkel of tive and manv hints for Christmas V4 Tti, luiaiilliif a four lava I 'i . 1. ? J .1 - 3C Sport We have taken over' the F. W, JACKSON COM PANY'S stock of GUNS and AMMUNITION and offer the same at BELOW MARKET PRICES! On some sizes the stock is limited so do not put off buy ing too long. N.D.Ph(2lpsCo.te Barre, Vt, 'Phones 28 and 29. Remember the Red Cross Drive Thursday! Special Introductory Offer FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Nov. 13th to 20th Dr. West's TOOTH BRUSH 1 35 cts, 50c regular price Drown's Drug Store Tel. 630-631. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES r WHY NOT ! i i BUY 2 cans of Corn for , . 23c j This is a special two-day bargain on 1 lb., 14 oz. can of good Corn. j BUY 6 cakes Clean Easy Soap for ,23c BUY a 40c jar of Crapelade for 30c BUY a can Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup 10c visit with friends in the city, Max Miles of South Main street -adv. Dr. Charles McCarthy, son of Mrs. Mary McCarthy of Summer street, ar was a week-end visitor in Waterbury, j rived in the city to-day from Chica go for a visit at Ins home were. , returning to this city yesterday, A. 8. Tiee of Beachmont, Mass., mo tored to the city last evening while m a business tour of the vicinity. Kcmembcr the seven-cent' fair at Ooddard seminary Monday evening, Nov. 20. Doors open at 7s07 p adv. Miss Lucy Wells has returned to Mount Holyoke college, South Hadley, Mass., after a visit with relatives in the city. , Public dance at North Montpelier Thursday night. Carroll s orchestra, seven pieces. Refreshments will served. adv. Captains in Thursday's Red Cross drive: Meet at Keith avenue nead quarters Tuesday evening at 7 to re osive instructions. Miss Madeline Whlteomb returned vesterrlav to Burlinirton. after snend ng the week end at flie home of her parents In kast tfarre. Have vour heavy rubber footwear vulcanized now and be prepared for the season ahead. Work guaranteed to stay. J. J. Hastings, 371 North Main street. adv. Rov McDonald and wife. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, jr., and John Mc Donald, sr., with his daughter, Mary, left to-day by auto for. Buaton, where they will visit for a time. Chief of Tolice James Sullivan of the local police force has gone to Sehe nwtadv, N. Y., on a week's vacation l,e j from his duties. Deputy Chief Harry uanible has gone on the day shift in his place. Floyd G. Russell and Cliarles Collins of this city left yesterday for Boston, wuere they .will remain till the early part of the week. Saturday they ex pect to see the Yale-Princeton game at New, Haven. A number of stonecutters from this r'it.v. who rM-Ant.lv ur.nf. ttntirii tn Vie ' Mr. and Mrs. 'A. Royal of Albany, empl(ved, have returned to their N. Y., were among the motorists who h,omej' j,ere,. Twenty more cutters have passed the evening in this city while on a business tour of the state. Over a score of our customers are using Pf.rlsian Saga to save and beau tify their hair. It removes all dan druff and stops itching scalp. Sold on guarantee. E. A. Drown. adv. To the list of the names of lucky hunters mav be duied Adolfo Co roolli ami Vincent Catto, who are re ported to have brought down bear and deer in the vicinity of Colebrook, pred before Judge E. L. Hoott in city I court tins momma: on a charirs or in ... . . . . .- Tka romiUr monthlv meeting of the toxicatlon. lie pleaded guilty to a American Legion Auxiliary will beheld nr,t n(r"a arranged to pay a fine in th If cirm hull Tneariav. Nov. U. at of .l and coits of $7.40. Kane was . . . i . . . i i . . i . it. p. m. The report ot the delegate eeuuig vy winter joim to the national convention will In -uuncy. 8lven- Flowers contributed At the funeral Recreation rooms fo- member of of Henry Massie last Friday after igned agreements to go, to Stone Mountain, tia., where they will be employed. A . sale was completed yesterday through the D. A. Perry Real Estate agenry whereby the A. H. Brodeur farm, with 145 acres of land, was sold to Urover C. Hutchinson of Williams-to-iji. Mr. Brodeur takes a parcel of property In this city in the deal. Charles Kane of Warren, N. If., ap TALK OF THE TOWN Read cast of characters and menu, page live. adv, Mr. and Mrs. FranciB McDowell of Danville are patients at the City hos pital, j, Miss Harriet Lander has returned to the city after visiting with friends in Burlington over the week end. . George W. Missineu audi Lawrence Misjincu of Hardwick arrived in the city yesterday to be employed. T. M. Magner of the Burlington of fice of tha Metropolitan Insurance Co. is passing a short business vinit in the city. y Emil Messier, Abel DcsLauricrs and Honore Mossier of St. Pierre, P. Q., arrived in the city yesterday to be employed. , Public dance at North Mohtneller ; xnursuay night, uarroira orchestra, ue, ho pieces served.1 adv. MONTPELIER Refreshments will Regular meeting of Bricht Star Re bekah lodge Tuesday eveninat at 7i30 ociocK. a supper served at 0. Short program after meeting. Dunce at Cobble Hill granee Wednes day night, Nov. 15. Music, Landi's or chestra, t'ar leaves Jones & Hall's sta ble at 7:45 and 8:15, adv. Team captains are asked to be t at Red Cross headquarter avenue, this, evening at 7 o'clock. Can be pres , 7 Keith the O. C. L A. have been- installed over the Mcrlo cigar store, where the men ran pass a pleasant afternoon or eve ning wiaie temporarily out oi employ ment. . " - ; " John McKenaie, formerly with the Western Union office of this ' city as noon: Wreath, "At Rest," family; car nation and roses, Mr. and Mrs. Lil lian Turner, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mcllafllc Mr. and Mrs. W. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs D. Hendersons carnations, Mr. -und Mrs. Edward Dupree and Irene. I. P. C, club, Mrs. J. Uttinbndge and family, l alto Bros., Jlr. and .Mrs. Joseph Bain vassers who are to assist in Thurs day's driva need not attend unless they so desire. Harry K. fiage of Buriineton ar rived in the city yesterday to put on the Legion's annual show. Mr. Gage has been in charge of the three for mer shows put on by the club. The how that lie has this time ha been taged successfully in several Vermont and New York cities and there will be no doubt of , its success here as the cast will be made up of practi cally the same people that have tak en part in former ahows. with the ed ition of several newly discovered tal ent. Miss Papid, who did such good work with tho music in the last show, will have charge aurain this tear. Re hearsals will start to-morrow evening, Wednesday, Nov. la, in the Legion lubhouse, at 7 o clock. - - , , , ; THE BENEVOLENT NEWSPAPER. An Accommodation, Purs and Simple, Which the Public Does Not Realize. There are as msny different kinds of commercial pursuits as there are hu man desires. Always is there to be found someone who will cater to the wishes and necesities of mankind, provided that the effort leaves a mar gin of profit necessary' to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We can understand how this margin obtains in niost commercial pursuits, but when it comes to apprehending how the newsdealer-obtains a permanent checking Alfred Coml, who Is employed in the I office of Jones Brothers in Boston,, is visiting his mother. Mrs. Annie Comil of 8 toster street. Howard T. Lackey and Arthur Dents left on Monday for Hartford, Coim. The case of Carroll Dobev vs. Thomas Whalen was heard by Judge F, L. Laird in Montpelier city court Monday morning. Suit was brouifht to recover for paintinor a house. Arthur C. Theriault appeared for the plaintiff and William A. Lord for the defendant. Senator William P. Dillingham has recovered from an attack of lumbago witn wnicn he has suiiered since the Washington county Republican rallies at wincii he spoke, 'ilia attack pre vented him from speaking at a recent gathering in Rutland. William A. Lord was assicned by i,oluuus "n" juhii as counsel ior j i iciur oiriuii,- hubs rinur nmiui ana Arthur ureeriwooil, accused of assault on Mrs. A. W. Bailey of East Mont pelier. ' ' Wade Keyes of Reading, representa tive from that town in the last ses sion of the legislature, and representative-elect for the coming aession, was a visitor in the city on Monday. It is understood Mr. Keyes will not lie a candidate for speaker. . , - . Justice W, II. Taylor of Vermont supreme court arrived in the city from Hardwick on .Monday previous to the, session of court to-uay 188 N. Main St. . Barre, Vt. Nash Co. Percales The Daylight i ... Store For your Christmas Sewing We have just received a large shipment of percales in the finer qualities in light, rnedium and dark shades more than fifty attractive patterns to select from. Price 25c yd. 1L fl. TupKr, a Springfield attorney. was in the city on Monday. George L. Dunham of Brattlcboro, a member of the state budget commit tee, was in the city on business on Monday. in probate court, Ihomaa Reeves of Burlington ha been appointed guardi an of Ann McGrath of Waterbury. John Trow has been appointed admin istrator of the estate of R, Gertrude Dodge, late of Berlin. Ida Hill has set tled her final account as executrix of the estate of Myron J. Hill, late of Montpelier. Ellen Canton has settled her final account as admin istratriit of the estate of Joseph Canton, late of Barre. Flora M. Bill has settled her final account a executor of the estate of Sarah M. Blair, late of Waterbury. Harthan F. Leslie has been appointed trustee in place of H. W. Kemp, de ceased, in the fund created by the last will and testament of C. C. Putnam, late of Middlesex. Walter E. Jones has been appointed administrator of the estate of Abel A. Kneeland, late of Waitsfleld. Mr. Jones has also been appointed administrator de bonis hon in the estate of Clara L. Kneeland. Eleanor 8. Ford has been appointed executrix of the lat will and testa went of Eleanor R. Cardoll, lste of Waterbury. Use of Tar On Roads Growing General. Tars and tar products are fast re placing mineral-oil products for sur facing roads This fact may be vari- bloek pavements. Although the ma terial used for these purposes is usual ly either a solf pitch or a refined tar, or a mixture of the two, it in quite generally termed "road tar." From the Industrial Digest. HEARSE USED FOR JOKE. In Democratic. Jubilation In Topeka, ; Kantas. Topeka, Kas., Nov, 14, -A parade, in which a hoarse deph-ting death to the Kansas industrial court, was a feature, marked the all day Democratic jol lification over the election of Jonathan Davis as governor here yesterday. The parade was followed by a meeting. The hearse bore a large sjgn reading: "Kansas . Industrial t'ourt wanted, grave diggers. Apply to Henry and me." Speeches at the meeting were confined largely to attacks on the in dustrial court and Governor Allen and to elation over election of Davfs. Making It Right, Friend Of course you have made seme promises you didn't keep. Politician Yes, but I never yet broke a promise to a man without giving him ft better one in its place. tsoston iranKcript. Public dance at North Montpelier Thursday night. Carroll s orchenra, seven pieces. Refreshments served.' adv. . Nash Co. "The daylight store." This is American Red Cross Week Let not our enthusiasm wane for the noble work of this organization as necesn sary in time of peace as Ik times of war. Appropriate. "Robert," said the clergyman' wi who attended to his mail, "Iipre's a le ter from the Telephone Girls' club sa ing that they will attend our chura next btmdny evening in ft body." "Ah," he responded. "In that case will be sshall take my text from the book d , Numbers." Boston Transcript ntialv ftBtiriluxl .s. Ik. ini.rn. . , ncpnnnf from tli it TWtrirutifHilu I . . . it J " , " " oi smcauie vars, ine decreasing sup- messenger boy, returned yesterday to I bridge and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mc Fall Kiver, Slass., where he it em- loyed as an operator, after visiting relatives in this city for a time. Among the successful hunters of Barre may be included Louis Bergeron of 7 Currier street, who, yesterday, returned from an expedition in the wilds of Brunswick, bringing with him n eleven -point, 210-pound buck, shot Saturday. A meeting of the American Legion waa held at the Legion hall last eve- Ing for the purpose of formulating plans for the annual minstrel show. Committees were appointed, and it was decided that this year's show should bear the name of the "Dark- own Follies." Han-y E. Gape of Bur lington will have charge of the affair. A number of lady friends of Mrs. Cliarles Williams gathered last eve- ing at the home of Mrs. James Mur ray of Murray street to give he a party while she is passing a vimit in the city from St. Johnnburv. A very movable evening was passed with the usual diversions and before the party roke up Mrs. Murray presented Mrs Williams a candy jar, One Barre man, who own one of the popular brand known as a Hen rv." thought last night that his "Hen had turned into a hennery when he stepped out of his car on North Main street after driving all the way from home. Hearing a cackle irom the rear, he discovered one of hi hens still perched on the spare tire. The hen had evidently picked it out as good place to roost while the garage door was open and ! in e too fright ened to Jump off as the car traveled smoothly over a mile of the city streets, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. James hcott, Miss Thi'lina Ormbee, J. Clifford and Mr. and Mrs. A. Jameson, Mr. and Mrs. John t.rayi chrysanthemums, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. tarter; geraniums, Mr. and Mrs. Arkley; carnations, Mrs. Violet Mc Donald, Mrs. W. Mclvin, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hunt) rhrvsnnthemums, Man chester unity, I. O. O. F.i carnations, .Tin. wiiuam wood and sisters W1LLIAMSTOWN Regular meeting of Barre lodge, No. 1391, L. O. O. M., Thursday Nov. Id, at 7 p. m. Free supper and smok er after meeting for members only. Stated convention of Vinciti lodee. No. 10, Knights of Pythias, on Tuesday evening, Nov. 14, at 7:30 oVWk. Rank of page. Refresh ments. A large attend ance is desired. Ter or der C. C. For ssle. Four year old colt dandv, two Holsteln bulls 20 months oid and 11 months old. Potatoes and slab wood. Neal B. Mmlth, Williarnstown Vt. Orange County and N. E. tele phones. adv . The woman a missionary society of tne vongrcgutional church will hold its annual thankoffering for foreign mis sions Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 15. at 2:30 o'clock at th home of Mrs. Wal- ter B. Simons. Mrs. Simons -will have charge of the lesson. O. E. S. chicken pie supper and dance. Friday, Nov. 17. Grange hall. Dancing from 8 to 1, supper from fi:3 to 8. Menu for supper chicken tiie cabbage salad, rranlwrry jelly, hot rolls, soft pies, assorted cake and coffee. Admission ftOc, children under 10, 25c Full bill $1.75 couple. adv. NORTIIFIELD For this week only, will cliye out few pisnos left in stock at a sacrifice. Every instrument guaranteed by Bald win. "Phone 203-Y, or write for cata logue and term. Lamorey's, 71 North Main street, Barre. adv. ties which are vended, such as maga zines, newspapers and books of fre quent issue, when not sold on the day, or within a few days, are, in most cases, a drsd loss In all other lines of commercial en deavor, articles not sold immediately may be vended later, on gradually descending seals of value proportionate to age and use. Whatever stock is purchased may b resold to someboJy at soma tims, if not at the top price then at least sonV'where within scale from the buying option to aero. But the newsdealer has not this ad vantage; if a newspaper or magazine i not sold before next issue of the. same, its value drops to the price of old paper. The newsdealer must stand or fall financially by the amount or dered. Hence, there are few newsdealers strictly so called. The busines has to b supported by tide issues in com modities which do not depreciate in 1 value as time runs on. Indeed, as aj matter of fact, the real business is the. side isues, while the purveying of news articles is pura benevolence to ward a public which does not realise it. It is an accommodation pure and i simple which is very often more cost-1 ly in time, money and labor, than can j pivsstbly be offset by any pecuniary j results achieved. It i really altru-j ism, in that a peron Is afforded for a ; few cents that which they could not afford to be without. Let us have a j lot more consideration for the news dealer and show our appreciation, not in words which amount to little, but j in purchasing at these stands other commodities which may b for sale in company with the printed matter. For these side issues, these acorn- panying commercial articles, carry the usual margin of business profit neces-1 sary to life, liberty and tha pursuit ' or happiness, and so maintain these public benefactors the newsdealers. Atlantic City Gazette-Review. ply of suitable mineral-oil , products, increased appreciation and recogni tion of the suitability of tars, and the more general availability of tars in practically all parts of the country. A number of specifications have been drawn np for the tar to lie used for this purpose, a fact not at all surpris ing in view of tars being produced under so many different conditions, ind the .roadbed, surfacing materials, and traffic and climate conditions differing widelyl from place to place. Road tars are used for various purposes, and mav be applied in different ways to obtain a particular result a further caiifp for th wide variance In specifications. They may be used as a binder in place of cement, as in bituminous macadam roads, for dust-setting purposes or for cementing material grouting in the construction of brick, stone, or wood- Buy Your a 1 VACUUM GLEANER As you do your car. L On Specifications and Performance. No two cleaners are alike. They vary greatly in what they cost to make ; they range widely in efficiency ; they dif fer much in strength and lastingness. x The Hamilton Beach Mfg. Co., are staking everything on the efficiency and quality of this machine. There are other cleaners that have a beating brush. There are other cleaners that have strong suction. But only the Hamilton Beach has both. Try One and Be Con vinced. Barre Electric Company Tel 98 c- - :: -improves? with use Now $1235 fo.b. H, F, CUTLER & SON Opposite Fire Station. Tel. 750. GRANITEVILLE' A third-cls postmaster examina tion will be held in Barre Dec. 9 to fill the position of postmaster at Granite ville. The Graniteville office rava SI.- 100 a year. TOO LATE TOO CLASSIFY LOST Sunday mrtit. hrlwtrn Wohlnrtnn tlrnt and Grant Aw. ritu Msm nd GramU atrrrt. lady's W Hmr. srnh ston; flntfer pins brm to 1st Tin- of- ! f.. 2"5U' . TO RENT L'pstaira trnemsfit at S7 Ajwrs I mi; 4 room. Motrr. bata, snd i rlsrtrte hsrhu vacaat tkre. 1 : apsir ? BUY Swansdown Add water and bake a cake 28c jiro"wts-wndr. i"T.t- T I ft eitSt aak . A wmt I i i ai it 1 1 i nai I " , Pn strH ' rHf j FOR SALE Oiw PklTsprtrrilrt.r. ! tr wharb; artKlly ttrm : H. f. t ot I W JS Son. Zi:-M Ii MRTaD MRsTO'RRirNVlll'rrntwa Mr I h'mtm Vatwrr W-0n-lr. Jw. li at 14 BUY a Loaf of Smith's Bread and Be Satisfied i The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. jESlSs J RALPH C. C.EOKJ.tw Haunt trrt; we RecommenrJedby Specialists Endorsed ty Physicians Has Made Friends by the Thousands. You also will like the CANTILEVER. SHOE Sold in this district only by City Bcol Shop Montftiier, Vt. SE.i tot T:t Bockkt. SEE a Radio Equipment COMPLETE SETS IN STOCK INSTALLED READY FOR USE Call, Telephone, Telegraph. We will send an expert. Hear through the air all the concerts, foot ball games, speeches, recitals, bands, and most everything to entertain for the winter months. REYNOLDS & SON -'RARRE. VT. Advertising is the Sunlight of Business To all that is healthy and vita in business, it means increased strength and growth; but ad vertising is a fierce heat which . withers and consumes that wThich is unsound. A business which is not a good business should not be advertised. A business which would not benefit from wide spread appreciation of its deals had better acquire a new set of ideals. Published b,r the Barre Daily Times, in co-ojwration with The American Association of Advertising AftreiM. EfflGH COAL We have been fortunate in receiving a small shipment of this fane coal and are prepared to fill a limited number of one ton orders of same. This coal requires no recommenda tion to those who have been accustomed to use it. Those who need coal and have not had any this peason should talce the matter up with us at once and we will do our best to serve them. D. M. MILES COAL COMPANY Tel 133, 140 North Main Street This Week's Special Sani-FIush, the modern method for clean ing closet bowls without fuss or muss. Byfl r agreement with the makers we are making I W a special price this week, per can t Brooms are higher at wholesale, our price on qual ity Brooms has not been advanced; your choice, each 63c, 73c, 83c, 1.00 Brush Brooms, fine quality, each 33c Washboards, plated steel, each 33c Navajo Tissue Toilet Taper, 10 rolls for .... . .23c Biltmore Toilet Paper, at the store, 4 rolls 23c Catskill package Toilet, 3 pkgs. for 23c Have you seen those Mexican Baskets; they are handsome styles and very durable. We shall have a car of Fancy Spy, Baldwin and Greening Apples in baskets within the next ten days. It will pay to wait and see them. THE F. D. LADD CO.