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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, liAHItE, VT.1 THURSDAY, DECEMBER- 11, 1922.
v TALK OF THE TOWN Use Pea and Buckwheat Coal : As Auxiliaries to Your Furnace : . and Stove Goal ; Bank the fire at night with ituse it on mild days en tirely mix it on,e shovel of fine to three of coarse any time. You will get good results and save money. We have plenty of wood. Calder & Richardson, Coal and Wood, 'Phone 450 Window ventilators, fresh air with out drafts, dust, snow, rain or germs. Sadlier, outfitter, JO Keith avenue. adv. ' Clowing-out sale of wood and coal and Perfection oil heaters. Call and get prices. E. A. Prindle, VVorthen block. adv. , "Once I Was Blind Now I Can See" This quotation from a popular hymn covers many state ments made to us by coal users this season. Formerly Blind to their own interests as to what Coals they could use profitably. Now Seeing, partly through necessity and our constant urging, that high grade Bi tuminous Coal and small sizes of Anthracite Coal, when used intelligently, can give satisfactory service and nave' them money. . Our orders for these Coals are increasing every day and in our opinion the use of. them will be a favorable factor in controlling Anthracite Coal pricesin the future. Order some now. D. M. MILES COAL -COMPANY Coal and Wood Dealers. Tel. 133. ' TALK OF THE TOWN Victor records for gifts at Cumraings &, Lewis.'adv. j ' 1'yralin ivory brush and mirror, $5 ! comb free, at Russell's. adv. j Oioico selection of Christmas cards I at Drown' Drug store. adv. ' SamoRet chocolates in one-half, one, two and five-pound boxes for Christ mas, at Cummings & Lewis." adv. i . - j A handy man: Do you need one for ! odd jobs in carpentering, mending and ! painting? If so telephone F. K. Skin jner, 201YV,. Barre. adv. ', Frank I.amb and Eugene Biicklev, students at (Joddard seminary, "left to day for Norwich, Conn., where they will spend the Christmas holidays. We will call for your battery and put it in winter storage. Expert at tention at reasonable prices. Kelly 4 Nelson, Main street gkrage. Tel. 770. adv. -: Many sufferers from rheumatism are daily telling of their remarkable r- j eovcry by using Rheunm. E. A. Drown sells it.- Try it on a guarantee of j money back if it fails. adv. J Osmond Dodge, '23, has been elected ! manager of the Spaulding high school ! basketball team. The ' election was j i made by the executive council, which ; I is com nosed of representatives irom i tliq faculty and student body. ' The annual meeting of the Barre City Ilospital corporation will be held in the city, court room, Barre, Hon- day, Dec. 18, at 8 o'clock p. in. Busi ness: Keports of ollicers and election of officers. II. William Scott, clerk. Squad A of the local fire department ' responded to a still alarm at 8:30 last ! evening, the cause of the alarm being a blaze in a pile of rubbish at the A. Tornasi block. X damage resulted. Clean up your cellars and rubbish piles. MARSH FIELD Saturday, Dec. .16, Snowy Baker in "The Better Man"; also a good" com edy. Watch for the new serial to start soon. adv. fi m m m mm Sectional Bookcases An ideal present useful, ornamental, encourages reading and the giving of additional sections solves thp "gift" problem for future anniversaries. The Globe-Wernicke Bookcase is a staple article of furniture having' a sub stantial re-sale value. This is exceptional, first, because Globe -Wernicke Bookcases can be matched up and bought in over 2000 cities and towns in the United States, and second, because over three-fourths of all sectional bookcases in use, are Globe-Wernicke. . . Re-sale talue establishes true worth. It is just another evidence of Globe-Wernicke superiority another reason why Globe Wernicke Sectional Bookcases make Sensible, valuable, acceptable gifts for any occasion. Made Jrf oak or mahogany with dust-proof flass receding doors styles and finishes in eeping with surroundings. Visit Our Display of Globe-Wernicke Sectional Bookcases ISSQSSESZn "If you need Furniture bad, you neei it good." R W. HOOKK ,v 1PAnY Barre, VI. Complete Home and Office Furnishings. tSBSESX SbbgyWctntgki Agency S2E3 SB Ghri sraias MOBMii. is Uppermost in Your Minds. A Few Suggestions For HIS GIFT A nice Suit, $15.00 to $40.00 A Scarf, $1.50 to $4.00 A good warm Overcoat $20.00 to $10 A Fancy Vest, $2.50 to $6.00 A A Sheep-lined Coat, $10.00 to $22.50 A Mackinaw or Reefer $8.00 to $15.00 A Sweater $1.50 to $10.00 A Hat, $2.50 to $7.00 A Cap, $1.00 to $2.00 A Shirt, $1.C0 to $7.50 A Suit of Pajamas, $2.50 to $4.00 A pair of Gloves or Mittens 50c to $4.50 A Da? or Suit Case, $3.50 to $25.00 A licit, 50c to $1.00 Underwear, $1.00 to $8.50 Umbrellas, $2.00 to $6.00 Handkerchiefs, 5c to 50c Neckwear, 50c to $1.50 A Rathrobe, $6.00 to $11.00 Frank McWhorter Company Nash Co. The Daylight Store. . 188 Jf. Main St., Barre, Vt. II 111 HOSIERY of quality of style of value A fascinating collection of sports hose and hose for ev ery day wear. Gift of hose are splendid gifts ordinarily and when selected from the new styles and the beautiful qualities shown here they assume a place of utmost importance in gift giving. SPORTS HOSE in two toned ef fects and solid, colors Plain weaves, 4 r o p p e d Mitch effects, and various fancy weaves. Some all wool, some silk and wool and others cotton and wool black, brown, gray, huff, and a multi-colored assort ment of two-toned weave. Whatever the price they represent the utmost in quality and value Prices 59c, 1.00 to 3.00. SI tK HOSE For day wear all full fashioned From one of the foremost sillt houiery mills in the country pure thread silk of excellent weight, clear, eveir weave. Some with silk link) tips, liecU, Rules and toes, others all silk from toe -to top with lining of lisle for reinforcement. We have them in all sizes and plentiful quantities of black and brown. Prices, 2.00, 2.50 to 3.00. ': Fifty-rent DuPont ivory combs 3!)c at RiiMsell's. adv. C, L. Ilickey of Burlington is pass ing a short business visit in the city. v 1 Mother would appreciate a pair of Shea's warm Christmas slippers. adv. W, ti, Wilcox has returned to More- town after visiting friends in the city. Engraved greeting cards, Co, 10c, 15c and 3()c. at Cummings at Lewis.' adv. Local and Vermont v"iews; real pho tographs, f0c at Cummings & Lewis.' adv. Columbia grafonolas and records, a gift for the whole family, at RuaseH't. adv. Ralph Reghini has returned io this city from Hwanton, where he has been employed. - - Regular 'meeting of C, O. F. to-night at 7 o'clock, rer order .cniet ranger, Ihomas tlamel. , t t Joseph Livemlale left yesterday for Waterbury, where he will be employed for a few weeks. . Carl VVithrow and Vernal Kczer of Chelsea were visitors in the city yes terday and to-day. Those silk striped shirts from the Frank McWhorter company will please you; to f 4.50. adv. Mrs. C. N. Kenyon went to Burling ton on Tuesday. She will upend the winter with her son, C. C Kenyon, Mrs. Vincenzo Pironi returned yes terday from Italy, where he has been visiting relatives for the past four months. ,, , John Cerasoli of Berlin sireet re turned yesterday from Concord, X. II., where he has been employed for the past four months. Miss Madiae Sullivan of Averill street, commenced her duties yester day at the offices of Theriault and Hunt in Montpclier. L. P. Tise, a ' representative of the Mack Truck company from bpnng- fleld, Mass., has been passing a few days in the city. Received to-day, Tnbhs snowshoes and skis. The prices are very reason able this year. See our assortment. Drown 's Drug store. adv. Maccabees, attention! ' The amuse ment committee of Harmon review, Ko. will meet at the home of Mrs. Nellie Iiinnchi at 7:30 Friday evening. The Netops of Hedding M. E. church will Tiold a Christmas social and the I regular business meeting at the home j nl Mrs. Alex, hmith, x. Jitu avenue, Friday evening, Dec. 13, at 7:30. Batteries should be well taken eart j of during the winter. We are prepared to give expert attention at r8oiiabl4 prices. Tel. 770 and we will call for yours. Kelly A Nelson, Main street g- 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. ash Co The Daylight Store ' A gay pillow here and there a bud vase of silver plate a "tair of mahogany , candle sticks--Hiig-getitions only, that lend a world of comfort to the home. Table runners, too, are gifts to make any living room cheerier Mahog any finiiihed candlesticks with brass tops are priced at 85c 10 1.25. . If C3S3IO When Christmas Candles Glow tell 11 KNICKERS of Jersey silk and fine quality sateen Tlicy eome in black, navy, Copenhagen and hrnna double row of shirring at knee with contracting col ored hemstitching, aixo in sets of contrasting aolor. Prices, 2.25, 2.73 to 4.95. rage. adv. The W. C. T. V. will hold its annual Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. W. J. Much, 22 ebster street, to-mor row (Friday) afternoon at 1:30. Come and bring the children and alxa a pros- lient not to exceed tea cents in value) and receive one. Barre manufacturers who have won dered at the absence of F. A. Phillips of Korthficld from their meetings in the past few days wilt be interested to learn that he han gone to St. George, N. B., where he will visit his father until after Christmas. The sound of the riveters' hammer has been rinsing steadily in Xorth I Barre for the past few davs while I workmen for the Standard Oil com pany have been buy building one of the new large storage tank on the company's West Second street lot. Home corners are the shrines in which Christmas candles are' lighted the happiest spots in the worli to you to every one. Surely they deserve their Christmas gifts too. Perhaps the desk needs some writing- paper Perhaps the cozy corner needs a bon bon dish What are you going to give home cor ners this Christmas? ; ' .. ..j . . . , Ivory Pyralin Novelties Desk and Boudoir Lamps BETHEL Mrs Msrr (Mackl Wilkint. aged 89 yearn, widow or the late Hev. (ieorge A. llkins. who was rector of Chrint church, Bethel, 30 rears ago, died Dec fl at Ilighgste, at the home of a niece. The funeral and burial were at White River Junction, Rev. Richard Bolton officiating. Mia Lelia Honrlngcr of this place, a relative, wss among those who attended. ' John S. Oay, who was employed in a group of eight men ia repairing the crib retaining wall on the outh side of the Jlortonia Power coinpaay's dam at this place, had one eye elirhtly in jured Dec. H, while hurrying from a blaat. Certainly there need be na hesitan cy about giving one of these beau tiful lamps for fear it might not "fit in," Such items are quite un usual, always artistic and "at home" ' in any household. One style is in the form of a dressed doll and sells for $5.00. Sweet Grass Baskets What woman lives 'that does not adore one of these charming af fairs for a sewing or work basket f They are in flat, round patterns, jardiniere pattern in round or hexagon shapes some artiatically woven with bits of brilliant eulor. Prices from 79c, 1.00 to 1.75. Bud Vases. Clocks, Mirrors, Combs, Sets, Xail Files and nu merous other articles approprint for the library, boudoir or iltii. t They are so dainty, so charm ing and so artietie that they make a gift that will be much ad mired $nd the prices are moderite --For example, the clocks are priced but 2.75 to. 4.50. Light Cut Glassware In artistic patterns of course--both ueful and ornamental Bon 'bon dishes Sugar and creams Flower vses Flower buskets in round and novelty shapes many odd pieees or sots of-fclat-MVHri' rtic Ixinc; chosen for gifts. All priced 1.00. Artistic Stationery A bewildering array of writing papers and correspondence cards Parchment papere Linen pa pers Marble papers and in the delicate tints of lavender, blue, pink, buff and gray, aluo white One style comes in all the above sliadea with envelopes lined vith beautiful multicolored i:iset. Pa pers 29c lo 2.50. Cards 23c ' 1.50. Christmas Candles In Corinthian. Venetian, Renais sance, Cameo, Wedge wood. Drag- on, Italian antique and other highly artistic patterns Bay her-.-, ry candles from Cape Cod Ta pered candles in beautiful shades of blue, rose, pink, gold, lavender, e(c. So ninny patterns, mo many kind that chooning is made enny. Prices, pair 45c i.0 1.50. are Coufhs and Colds la Winter. Indoor sei!iiitary life in winter ha a direct . bearing on the prevalence of cough and eold. Keep the bowels e aive and overcome eontioation i:h j Foley Cathartic Tsblet. Cohl. eoueiu.. i croup, tliroat, rhrr and bronchial tr.m ' bie quickly relieved with Foley's llon jey and Tar. Contain no opiate in I rredienta printed on the wrartv-r. j I-rifft oeUing (oiiah medicine in the world. "Foley Honey and Tar ) wonderful for attack of rooch end eold," write W. II. Gray, Venice, Cal ifornia. Mi everywhere. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Putnam Ii intt t Dr. O. I). f.reeneV Mrs. C. J. Grattnn i attending the state grange at Burlington, in addi tion to the perons named la a pre- viou item John J. Wilon wa in Woodstock yesterday to attend the opening of the December term of county court. C. E. Claflin was in Woodtxk ye, terdav to carry Mr. Vernie Oerriih, 11 r. Austin Annis and Mr. Harry Emery. It i Sipeeted that Hev. Richard Bolton of White Kiver Junction will hold a rvice ChrUtma morning at (Iirit church. Twenty-four men employed the last two months in tbm vicinity by the l". S. bureau of entomolpy, under F. A. Collins, gypsy moth assistant, who boarded at the Bascum house, went yesterday to New York City, travel ing bv rail from tht station. Their i Best location for gypy moth etermi- natioo i at KngUnlitowo, V J. , A gray Chinchilla Cloth Set, cap and scarf, is most nt tra'tive Scarf and Cap fin-il-ed with tabs i'riicd 3.50. Scarf Sets Of pure wool in brushed effect for chil dren and misses Colors, rose, blue, buff, green and white Some of the scarfs and caps finished with tabs. Prices 3.23 to 3.73. The vogue of Sports Goods With every season the demand for these goods seems to prow and especially at Christmas time The cold, crisp days suggest them and we are ex ceedingly well prepared to meet your wants in Sweaters 'in Scarfs and in Scarf and Cap Sets. 4 Sweaters The heavy phaker knit weaves of -pure wool in pull over shawl collar styleCol ors maroon, navy, buff, black, brown and white. Just the weight for winter f ports. Prices 7.93 to 9.93. about tou. Cacldat Walk Now Cored. jT hora it may concern: j I have beea n!Terer of rheumatom f ir 21 years. I bate paid out over 14. , bi time for remedies, beth and to rwialist without permanent relief , At I. me 1 cou'xin t w:k. I was pretty ' we! dicrmrped. In Arjfit iat I e.m yntnrd i.T g the t'amoti A. J. I, j Efceuir.st if r 1:H ten to re.ieve we at -ie I kae tkrn two ard -! half t ! of the remedy and I 'lniihfu;.!y My tht I feare le fu'Iy tir4 'm" 1". li.m A 'it rfii's: ha -t - s-lt. Being Literal.. The child wse Inspecting the giieet. with that frankness that characterize children of four. The jruest good sport nbo un dcrftooj children wa submitting gamely to the lospectKm. "My pp id sumpin liister. "Indeed 1 b"te it wa anmrthiug ni.-e." "He ai.L bit pa did, that you had umpm' above your eye 'sides hair." "Well, thai was fine! He meant to ay I had brain-! I thank him for the compliment.' "I a jns' finikin'," went on the rhikl, looking at the anas' bu; dve GEEEK TRAIN SHOWED IS. Three Feet cf Snow Have Fallen in Macedonian Mountains. Atheu. Dec. 14 (By the Acialed Prsl. The Orient etpre, due in Athens Monday evenina. ha beea snowed in by a bl ward in the Ma--d-.nian mountain for the past tnen ty four hour. Three feet of snow have fallen in the mountain districta and trains that should have h-ft thi city f .r the ivorth are Heing detained here. Antie the rasenfcr on the stalle.1 it s a g'd f njr yon ha nra,n. j epre are fosir Ner Fat relief ev tkey ore!v wexiMn t be B tmf nhat my p;-a s.l" Farm Life. m i nurse. AO? 77 MOSTTELtER Io.tar, 1W. IS, "The lieUer "r,"' i';-o a rf fUkr in i '-rtr,eri r. A Fair Offer. Accept It. I eltenl a wf'il im ( t i one iffet .r itS c'rf k to rU a -i I J refund tisf B vne e n it re'iee Yk i 1. Christmas Slippers Here is a grand array for every member of the family. They are here in varj irifc! colors and materials, and the prices are perhaps the moit interesting things about them Ladies Slippers from 63c to $1.23 Mens Slippers from $1.00 to $3.00 There can be no more arrreciated gift than a "pair of comfortable SliTpe". Come in and ft-e the display. A. BISSET 2 Merchant St, Everything In Footwear. see rlrcimei. if n.V"nei d l. - t ' Watvh - a i "f -i'-e ew ! !