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THE BARRK DAILY-- TIMES, BAUKE, VT. MONDAY, DECEMJJEll. 18, 1922. ' for the 'l0 Btmsks Holidays, Cfinri are shown in our window. Our prices put these gifts within the reach of all. Our shelves are loaded with useful articles which make the most acceptable gifts. V The N. .D. Phelps ,Cp.,. lee,, b arre. Vt. 'Phones 28 and 29. - Talk of the town Kodak. and Brownifs at Drown 'a Drug stole.- adv. Special values in watelios and dia monds at Hun'g Jewelry store. adv. Cork linoloum, Plold Seal, niRS and piece goods. Kpociul prices. Sadlier, outfitter, 10 Keith uvenue. adv.' . NORTH CALAIS V- .Fnmrwt cltocolutca in onfe-lmlf. one, Mrs. .1. II. Smith in in Ifardwick hoHiiital. suiTei-ini! frornconcuKHion of the brain, caused by falling on the side jwalk in Hardwick Thursday, where aha -went to do ChriHtmas shoppintr. Mr, Smith was in Hardwick Thursday to (too liia wife. Carl Fair wan a viHiior in Hardwick two and five-pound boxes for Christ mas, at Gumming! & Lewis.' adv. , A very good assortment of Hiidnut'x perfumes and toilet waters in boaiKi ful holiday boxes at Drown'g Drug store.j adv. ; , Another lot of Camp's buttermilk fed pigs at L&dd's. Try it and Bee if it ig not the sweetest pork you ever ate. Dix. J. Camp. adv. Dauee, Dec. 1!), Bailey liallf Montpel icr, Carroll's orchestra. Let's see some Barre people down to the dance. Mont- pelier post, No. 3. adv. Best percale for aprons, best madras tor shirtings and rairfax inula bath towels. Little Dry Goods store, Cot tar street, off Main. adv. , Many people use Baker's certified fla voring extracts not only because they are absolutely, pure, but also because their strength makes them economical. adv. ; ; t, , ; ;, ' , Have your ueavy rubber footwear vulcanized now and be prepared for the season ahead. Work guaranteed to stay. J. J. Hastings, 371 North Main street. adv. Five cents a day for a short time is all it costs to rid yourself of rheuma tism if vou use Rheuma. Get a bot tle to-day from E. A. Drown on the money-back plan. adv. Continue the good time Monday, Deo. 25, by attendiug the Christmas ball in Quarry Bank hall, patronage of the Woman's club. Carroll's orchestra. adv. Thursday. EAST MONTPELIER The following account of the mar age of Eugene Frank Davidson will i! of interest to- his many friends in ast 'Montpelier, where he made his imo for a number of years: "Car ntersville. 111.. Dee. 6. The home. of !r. and Mrs. John Kyndcrs of Grove rect was the scene of a pretty wett ing last evening at o o ciook, wiuti, ieir daughter, Miss Blanch Mabel ynders, became the bride of Eugene rank Davidson. The nuptial vows ere taken beneath an arch of green nd white, banke.d with roses and ferns. , ev. C; E. Stebbins, pustor of the first ; ongregational churchy read the single -STOWE The rural schools closed Friday for the Christmas vacation. They will re open Jan. 2. The Stowe high school and graded schools nll close Die. 22 and will re-open Jan, 9. Miss Teresa Hill and pupils of the RANDOLPH Water So Low in Village Reservoir That Pumping Has to Be Done. The water in the reservoir has been so low that it is necessary tr run the pumping station for several days so that the water would Hot be entirely CRAN1TEV1LLE north hollow school gave an entertain- i,C;!cted. Home of the farmers being obliged to carry, water, as springs are dry for want of rain. ment at the scliooihousc iridav eve ning, with a large attendance. A pro gram of songs, recitations, drills and marches was carried out and Santa Claus appeared to distribute the gifts from the tree. The receipts of the evening were $4.2( The Moscow Busy Bee club gave are the ng ceremony before an assemblage of successful, play, dance and supper at lirty guests. The bride wore, a llnrd- the Akeley Memorial building Kriday ig blue satin gown, witn silver iac evening. Ihe play was carried out by inimings and corsage bouquet of bri-jMrs. E. B. Forbes. Mrs. H. P. Faunce. U roses and maiden hair ferns. Follow-, Miss lone Hawlev. Mrs. G. F. West. st the ceremony Mr. Chalfioux sang "I, jrs. G. F Adams. Mrs Maurice Hor- Love You Truly" and "The End of a ner aifa Mrs Leon Butts. Miss Ellen erfect Day." The dining room, where Collins sang a. eolo and encore and a four-course dinner was served, was r!ain quadrille was put on bvithe la nisucaiiy uecoraieu m pin aii'i Mr. Ada Holman left on Saturday for Miller's Falls, where she will pass some time with relatives and friends, Mrs. Frank Thomas went to Clare mont, X. II., on .SaVvl",)" to visit rel atives for several days. i Mrs. Eugene Holman, whose hus band died lst week, is to return with her son to Kansomville, N. V., to spend several weeks thi w inter, closing her house. Miss Emeroy Matthews, who i seri ously ill at the home of Dr. Bailey, reen. Mr. ana jurs. uavnison are wen nown here. Mrs. Davidson was for- erly assistant postmistress. Mr. ,Da- idson is proprietor of the meat mar- et on Main street." ink ia-li, .... i.. ,,;,,. n f,. dies of the club. Shackett's orches- . ,,' v. .,i; v n 1 ca a i v y cv i n ui touting iu Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bean visited re I tives on Maple hill Sunday. Mrs. Richard Copping was a business isitor in Montpelier Wednesday. Hiram L. Sparrow is much improved health within month. His courage better than it has been. Edward Holmes is driving J. B. Mar- II s team. - Henry Kelton was a Barre Friday. tra furnished music for entertainment and dance. Mrs. Lucy Scribner and daughter, Mrs. E. C. Scribner, entertained the Lend-a-IIand club at their home on Thursday afternoon with 10 present. The committee on Christmas boxes for shut-ins and older people in the Community will meet with the chair man, Miss Annie L. Bigelow, Satur day afternoon to fill the boxes. Con tributions of fruit, nuts, candy, moil ed or small blooming plants are so licited to be left by Saturday noon if l : l i . ..i. . business visitor "T ,e l"m""mu". "i. Imemuem oi me Bimraiu, jiiss ,-nr-gent, Mrs. Cheney, Mrs. Morrill. Mrs. O. B. Filield is a busy man this fall, Simoneau or Mrs. Straw. rawing coal from Barre for the needy, B. c Bun returned Saturday from a business trip to Chateaugav, X. V. Ivan Carr and Lee Chandler were 5n tontpelier on business Friday. Mrs. Mabel Townsend was & Christ nas shopper in Montpelier Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chappel tiKk heir infant son to the home of Mrs. 'happd'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. ljce "empleton of Montpelier. He ia under he care of a doctor and trained nurse, le ia reported a little better. Mrs. H. E. Tike and daughter, Kath- ryn, were visitors in Waterbury on Saturday. Mrs. W. C. Robbins and children went Saturday to Hartford, Conn., where they will reside. Mr. Bobbins . has had employment there for several weeks. strength Mrs. If. A. l'reeott is passing sev eral days here with her parents, lie fore jr'iiiig to her home in Bradford. Mrs. Ernest Howard, who has been here for a time, at the sanatorium, left for her home in West-Hartford. The Red Cross ball will be held at the Salisbury warehouse Tuesday eve ning, Dec. 20. , Kopc'it ll-pive orches tra of Brockton, Mass., will furnish music and give a concert before the dance. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drake are now located at Montpelier, where Mr. Drake bus emulnvmerit for ihi nrpn- ent. The freshmen have elected Fred " George Bliss Thursday, the 21st. Duma for their class president as tBjl nd hav youT e7e examined. Arthur Drake has gone with his par Thursday evening the lower Gran iteville school children presented a Christmas entertainment at Miles' hall and much credit is" due the children and teachers for a very fine perform ance. School closed Friday for a two weeks' vacation. Before flowing there were Christmas trees loaded with toys, candy and other thinga to make small boys and girls happy. Misses Margaret and Clara Murphy left this morning for Boston, where they will spend two weeks. v ' Jeremiah Murphy has purchased the so-called Osborne,, house on the East Barre road and is moving his household goods to-uay. Murdoch I Maclver, who has been confined to his home by illness for sev eral weeks, continues to improve a little. . Mrs. W. W. Belville and grandchil dren, Eva and Sheldon, were released from quarantine for scarlet fever on Saturday. '. . Misses Jifinie and Laura Lucas have completed their duties at the Williams- town inn and are spending a few day sc tneir liome in upper unsii.tevillo. Miss Hildegarde I'ailas, who has been visiting in Burlington, is expected home to-day. Alphonse Allaire and A. Denonoour, who have been employed in Whiting ham, are spending a few days at their respective homes. A handy man: Do you need one for odd jobs in carpentering, mending and painting? If so telephone F. E. Skin ner, 200-W, Barre. adv. We will call for your battery and mit it in winter storage. Expert at tention at reasonable prices. Kelly & Nelson, Main street garage. Tel. 770. adv. . . M. V. Clark of South Woodbury was iu the place on business Thursday. F. W. Scribner was in South Wood bury Thursday. ' H. P. Rowell was a business visitor in Woodbury Thursday. , Fred Orr was in Montpelier one day recently. Herbert Bill of South Woodbury was a recent caller in the place. Mrs. Emma Lillie visited her daugh ter, Mrs. Harvey Warren, in North Montpelier Sunday: . Arthur Bill was in Hardwick Thurs day. Ay !.- Elmer Sabin of South Woodbury was a recent caller in the place. Dr. Frank Wheeler of Plainfield was in the place one day recently. Karl Keith of Montpelier was a re cent business visitor in the place. C. E. Adams was in Hardwick on business Thursday, v Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lillie were in Montpelier Wednesday. Mr. Dolly of Wrlghtsvillc was a re cent caller in the place. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Rickard of Ada mant were in the place Wednesday., Mrs. Leonard Wells of South Wood bury was a recent visitor in the place. Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpeliv, Vt. NINETY-FIFTH TKUt Insurance in Force . ...... .$129,158,841.00 Premium Notes in Force Cash Assets $12.973,351.00 '$430,000.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up-Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange STATE SCHOLARSHIP SYSTEM. "Vermont Beautiful," by Xutting; a new book illustrated by three hundred and four photographs, covering all the counties in Vermont. On sale at Cummings & Lewis.' adv. All stores, members of the Barre Re tail Merchants' association, Inc., Tvill remain open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, Dec. 21, 22 and 23, and will be closed all day Monday, Dec. 23, Christmas day. adv. ' Let us suggest a useful Christ urns gift a pair' of four-buckle overshoes, $3.7o; a nice pair of oxfords, $4.50: a pair of those high-grade winter comfys, I $1.15. Come in and see what we have.' Summer Street Cash grocery. adv, - ' WILLIAMSTOWN Attorney General Allen of Massachu setts Render Opinion. Boston, Dec, 1$. Attorney General .T. Weston Allen' rendered to-day to the special -commission investigating facilities for technical and Jligher ed ucation in Massachusetts an opinion on the question of establishing a state system of scholarship similar to the Wallace -New York state system now in vogue. Jiie opinion did not state definitely whether such a law in the state was excluded by the so-called "anti-aid" state constitutional provision. ' The attorney genera! pointed out, however, a .lixt of opinions given in late years against the payment of public, funds to schools or individuals for student tuition. "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, whn used intelligently, can give satisfactory service and oave 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 prices in the future. Order some now. ' ; , , D. M. MILES COAL COMPANY ' Coal and Wood Dealers. TeL 133. MARSHF1ELD E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be Mrs. Dora Clark has returned to the home of her brother, E. P. Billings. Mrs. Hart & TMYivprintr frnm iniur. Oliver Fifield was a business visitor i in reeeiind tn W nU uhil 1,.ir,t. ing the train at Trenton, X. J., sev eral weeks ago on her way to Stowe. John Recor went Saturday to visit his sister. Miss Kathryn Recor, and friends in Burlington. Miss Martha Gale, who is attending school in Keene, N. II., is passing her vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Gale. The Stowe basketball team was de feated by the Hyde Tark team in a score of .12 to 11 at the hotel hall on Friday evening. W. F. Churchill and daughter, Mar ion, of Morrisville were in Stowe Sat urday. Mrs. Mildred Ru-s was a visitor in Morrisville Saturday. n riainfield Saturday. WA1TSFIELD V , Found: In my pasture one two-year-Id black and white heifer. Owner can ave same by paying charges. W. J. 'aimer. adv. , CASTOR IA Por Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature o ents to Montpelier. The survey of the proposed federal project on the East Braintree road was completed last week by Willard E. Walker and another engineer of the state engineer's office, assisted by Fred Dudley. The proposed work will he gin at the Crowe bridge and extend to the farm of Silas Dashnaw, a dis tance of three miles. The present ri? will be used and made wider, and the Mad straightened. The con tract for building will not lie let mi til next July. adv. One on the Court. Magistrate Vou assaulted Uiis man merely because be differed from you iu an argument. Ia that so? Defendant I couldn't help it, your honor; the man is a perfect idiot. Magistrate Well, you must pay a fine of $.'0 and costs and in tuture you should ry and rvnwmber that idiots are human beings just like you aud me. Boston Transcript, The woman's missionary society of the Congregational church will hold a meeting with Mrs. Laura L. Ainsworth Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 20, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Stewart ha charge of the lesson. At the next regular meeting of the Womnn's Relief corps, lec. 21, thrist mas will Ins ob-wrved with appropriate exercises and a gift tree, followed by a social hour.' Please come in early. Per order of the president. I would be pleased to have those who are looking for neat and inexpen sive Christmas gifts visit my store. I have added many thinus for the hoi A Fuelish Q"e"Uon Xexdore Why was your wife haul ing you over the coals last night? Xaybor Because I forgot to order aome. Boston Transcript. ' Perfect Copy of a $100,000 Necklace Come see the VatH Rainbow Hues, the most beautiful pearl necklace ever shown in Barre. You can't tell it from Oriental pearl costing $100,000! If vou had $100,000 would yon pay 'all that money for a necklace that you icouhln t tell from the atti? You wouldn't even dare to wear it. You'd keep it in safe deposit until you got tired of losing the income on $10, 000. Then you'd get us to aell it for vou. Vntti Pearl necklaces, by being made in America (no duty to pay) cost only We Do Dyeing FURS We Kteam Plush Coats k t i . ... : i. j : J i n ia v Aaatutn anil invito vmi in ittawvn T 1 l1 - 8v of Vatti to a good line of the real Betty beads" , h k, c , d t th which are worn o much now, also .. ., . ; , necklace, of various kinds'.nd colors If" "' ,Thmt e io nd purses and facy artkles. I have pearl, most becoming for you. ou pood assortment of the best oandv, put'.'11 T'1 hotw ! tip in fancy boxes, which alwiy.! of theJrosp tl"tg J 'h flesh add makes a nice present. You will also; "'r1,B ul? ' find here dock., both large and smafl. ',thl tl your skin. Carried in stock hv Tennev C. -Call. I "" w"? isiugnt pearis ueiore ina If you are hungry we can eerve you with something good to eat. Millie J. Drury, Prop., homo bakery and lunch room. Williamstown. adv. discovery of Vatti couldn't do that. Therefore your pearls will be far more beautiful than theirs. Bell k Houston. adv. : CAliOT E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be t Mrs. Burnett's ' Wednesday, the 20th. Call and have your eve. exam ined. adv. ORANGE H. If. Whirmmh ha jn-t sold to F. E. Bixt.v of tT.el.oa a pair of H"ltein steers, eiht year (3.S15 p lind-. an pair. Cannot Recommend Too Highly. - 5. r Christitias Novelties and Specialties When you make up your lists for Christmas re member our store is filled with gifts for men, wom en and children. RADIOS, VICTROLAS, RECORDS, SIL VER WARE, JEWELRY, CUTLERY, BOOKS, GAMES, TOYS. CURTISS DRUG STORE Williamstown, Vt. "Just Before Chritmal.,, When you are trying to think hi, which wighed wnat 10 give tnat boy or girl of unusually heavy yours don't forget that a bank , ' book in The Montpelier Sav- . ings Bank and Trust Compart', ! MontDelier. Vermont, makes a Norfolk. X. Y, May fl. I'.Nil. - 0nrlfoKla o-iff ar,A w;?l help to form those habits of thrift and prudence so essen tial in these "days, of high costs. , A. J. Phillip. Norwood, X. Y. My dear sir I ish to add a word of praise for your Famous A. J. P. Rheu matic Cure. I had rheumatism alt winter. Thre lmtlles of ymir medi cine have cured me. I cannot recom mend it too highly to all sufferers of rheumatism. Waston 1L Judson. Your dru-gi't Ia it. adv. WHY NOT GIVE BOOK? A BANK 1 J NOTICE to the Public A I am h-svinc town I lre sold ny "Home Crockery liusiiiess" to L. E. Flint, the .in.merstreet p-cv r. ho wiil mpply you all match ing and full diiiii-r iwr ice in all patterns formerly carried by m at the same low norrrxpeti' prices piven Jou by me, which means at least a twenty five per crnt saving to you. I take this opportunity ti thsnk all my cu'tonvrs for thrir very petwrous patronsg p:en me in t' e psst and l"pesk for my u-cesror, Mr. Flint, a continuance of the came. Very respectfully. C. X. K.EWOX. Holiday Opportunities Our Special effort this season in the direction of ORIGINAL NOVELTIES and NEW FEATURES has met with most gratifying success, and we shall , deem it a privilege to show you a very extensive as sortment of HOLIDAY GOODS that are as NEW as they are PLEASING and APPROPRIATE. We Invite Your Attention to the Latest , - and Best Throughout our stock are many choice and de sirable gifts from the finest to the most inexpen sive, yet all grades THE BEST OF THEIR KIND. Remember, that we represent all things as they are and regulate the price bv the TRUE VALUE OF THE ARTICLE. We Have the Newest and Lhcic-'it in , Pleasing Variety which insures an easy selection of appropriate gifts for old or young. We feel confident that the most critical examination of our complete and very ap propriate lines of desirable Holiday Goods will con vince you that they are not equaled elsewhere in merit or in price. j The Barre Drug Company, Inc. Barre's Most Modern Pharmacy, Park Theatre Building. North Main Street. 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 'Coats in stock. Work done in a reasonable length of time. All work guaranteed. - Open evenings. . ' " Walter Krinovitz Tailor and Furrier. Eastman BIk, Over Littlefield's Music Store. . 182 N. Alain St., 'Phone 192-J. .A 'JtW 1 TO-DAY and TO-MORROW 3 Holtre Productions present feme affile TV NO TRESPASSING frtm tke Abi7 T11E RISEo'ROSGOE rAINEV JOSEPH G LINCOLN An Edwin Lllollywood Ttrxhdiictioh , 1 PATHE NEWS WEEKLY and "The Young Shv locks" PRICES Mat. 10. 20c: 2.13. Eve. 20c, 23c; 6:43, 8:43 Tax paid PRIMARILY (paramount PICTURES "BE ZMX3BS3 COME IN and sec the Crosby Radio Receiver, one that we have proved will receive as clear as a bell as far as Fort Worth, Texas, at least. This Re ceiver is only $55.00 and will operate better than many selling for S200. There is also a S30 set with one stage of amplification that is wonderful. Let us give you a free demonstration. OLIVER'S BATTERY STATION.