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THE BAIUIE DAILY TIMES!, villKE, VT. SATUltDAV, DECEMBEK 3(f, 1022.
. TALK OF THE TOWN Old Ivory Bedroom Suite Dresser ' Bed 4-6 Chiffonier Vanity Dresser 2 Hand Mirrors Bench Rocker Stand This suite is in complete accord with the advanced ideas of the progres sive French school of modern designers, in which certain details taken from recognized classics in this case the Louis XVI style are combined to form a complete and harmonious composition. ' The association of woven cane and old ivory enamel for which the Northern , Furniture Company is known wherever furniture is sold, is worked out to the highest advantage in this group. The Vanity Dresser with Complementary Hand Mirrors or "Cleopatras," is ,:' particularly striking. The chest of drawers is of unusual width in f urnilure of this grade, and will be found most useful to include with whatever other se lections you may desire. - B. W. Hooker & Co. - "If You Need Furniture Bad, You Need It Good." Your Choice of Our Sleds and Junipers ' for $2.0,0 each Remember our 5 per' cent cash register slips. 1N.D. Phelps Co.Jsa 'Phones 28 and 29. TALK OFTUE TOWN Buy an Overland and realize the difference. H. F. Cutler k Son. adr. Don't fonret the New Year'a ball in Quarry Bank hall, Monday night. ad. Everybody it wild about "Chicago,' (he lateht.song hit. Get it to-day at I LUUefield's.-adv. Work will be resumed Wednesday morning, instead of Tuesday. Marr 4 Gordon, Inc. adv. Xew Vear't ball, Monday night, Quarry Bank ball: dancing from 8:30 to 1. Jacob'a orchestra, seven pieces, adv. I The more substantial part of the New Year'a dinner to be served in the i Congregational church haa been provid 1 ed for. Will the ladies who have not been solicited please bring pies and j doughnuts? Delicious hot chocolate ' at Drown's Drug store. adv. ! Don't forgut the New Year's ball in Quarry Bank hall, Monday night. ad. Fancv mixed nuts, two pounds for 45c. At Marchctti'a Fruit atore. adv. Foes chocolates in fancy boxes for the New Year's gift, at Drown's. adv. Co. M, attention! Regular drill Tues day evening, Jan. 2. Per order com mander. adv. Work will be resumed Wednesday morning, instead of Tuesday. Marr & Gordon, Inc. adv. ' Patrick J. Burns of Whitingham spent the Christmas holidays in Brat tleboro, visiting friends. . Window ventilators, fresh air with out dust, snow, rain or germs. Sadlier, outfitter, 10 Keith avenue. adv. j Victor record for January on sale to-day at Littlefield Piano Co., for merly Bailey's Music rooms. adv, New Year'a sunlight hop, Bailey hall Montpelier, 1:30 to 4 p. m.( 3oc per head. Sumner's seven-piece orchestra adv. Xew Year's ball, Monday night Quarry Bank hall; dancing from 8:30 ; to I. Jacob s orchestra, seven pieces i adv. Odd Ladies, notice! AH due books must be in for audit before Jan. 1, 1923. Elvira Giudici, P. S., 41 Beck ley streets Mixed nuts, assortment eitraordi nary, including paper shell pecans and budded walnuts, per pound 30c. At Marchetti's. adv. Large selection of newly-arrived song hits now being sung and played on Broadway on sale at Littleficld's, for merly Bailey's. adv. Don t fail to attend the. rummage ale held by the salvation Army to day (Satuiuay), beginning at 10 a. m. at 73 North Main street. adv. Andrew Young and son, James, have returned to their home on Merchant J street, after passing a short visit with Mr. ioung s daughter In tiurlington Don't make any engagement for Jan. 10. Save this date for the entertain ment at the Methodist church. Watch these columns for more particulars. adv. Miss Helen O'Keefe.of Walerbury arrived home to-day from that place, where she is employed, to pass the first day of the new year at her home on I'pland avenue. The Christmas vacation for the school children of the city is nearly over and on Tuesday they will be re quired to report at the usual time to begin their studies. Dr. Leonhardt found the cause of piles to be internal. His prescription, Hsm-Roid, gives quick and lasting re lief. We sell it with money-back guar antee E. A. Drown. adv. Nearly all of the local stores will be closed Monday in observance of the New Year'a holiday and with them in the action will be most of the gran ite cutting plants and other manufac turing establishments. Dr. John Rogers of Amherst, Mass.,! SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Tines and Placet of Worship and Subject! of Sermons. rSJILMJ.'tfs 1 Painting and Repairing Have it done nowdon't wait until spring. Let us give you prices. Batteries stored in a warm place and kept properly charged by the oldest bat tery man in the city. 'Phone 85. Drown Motor Car Company Card of Thanks. We wish to thank every one who in any way brightened tha life of our loved one during his illness and also for the beautiful flowers at the funeral. Mrs. J. K. Thurston and family, Mrs. Wilson Thurston and family. iVTlI 7:30 Iroquois tribe, No. 18, I. M., will raise their Tuesday, Jan. 2, at o'clock in Odd Fellows' hall. Members of Winnetta, "8" w council, Xo. 10, I). and a male friend are invited, talnment and refreshments. who went to his home in that place the early part of the week, returned to the city to-day to past Xew Year's with liia parents,' Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rogers, of Orange street. Regular meeting of the Barre Worn an'a club Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 2. at 2:30 o clock in Quarry Bank hall. The program will consist of vocal solos by Louis O Leary and an address on the subject, "Opportunities and Reponsi bilities," by Major C. A. Plumlcy, pres ident of Norwich. Twenty-live dollars' reward will be given by the management of the Park theatre for information that will lead to the recovery of the canary birds stolen from tha Park theatre, with the names of person or person taking same. Any information will be treated confidentially. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Graves and son are to leave bv automobile to-mor row for their new home in Morrisville Mr. Graves recently purchased a hard ware store there, after having been em ployed at the Barre garage in this city for nearly ten years. In that time he bat formed a wide acquaintance and his many friends will wish him success in his venture. At their meeting this week the di rectors of the Peopa National bank declared a semi-annual dividend of four per cent, mtkinjr a total dividend of and one-half per cent for the North Barre Mission Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Church school at 3 p. m. Junior church at 0:30. First Baptist Church, Washington There will be no preaching service on Sunday, as the pastor will be unable to make the trip. The Church of St. John the Baptist, Websterville Rev. Cyril Drumm, priest-in-eharge, 2 p. m. Sunday school. 3 o'clock, evening prayer and sermon. Spiritualist Society The Progressive Spiritualist society will hold services .n Foresters' hall Sunday at 2:30 and 7 p. m. Services conducted Ly Rev. Effie I. Webster. Berlin Corners Congregational Church Rev. Frank Blomfield, pastor. 10:45, morning service. The pastor will re view his term of service by an addreet on "Twelve Years in Berlin, Vermont." Sunday school at noun, Graniteville Presbyterian Church Rev, W. E. Archibald, pastor. Preach ing morning and evening. Sunday school and Bible class as usual. Chris tian Endeavor at 6:30 p. ni. Workers' conference after evening service. Baptist Italian Mission, Brook Street Rev.. Bert J. Lehigh, pastor. Bible school at 3 o'clock. It is expected that the newly engaged -missionary will be here next week to take up the work. There will be no industrial classes next week. Th Church of the Good Shephrd Rer, A. Cyril Drumm, rector. Sunday after Uiriatrnas day. 8 a. ra., holy com munion. 10:30, morning prayer and sermon. l' m., Mimiay school it is 188 N, Main St., Barre. The Daylight Store. NASH CO. 188 N. Main St., Barre. The Daylight Store Saturday only- 25?o BiscoEii Sale Think what this means. You can buy a 45.00 Coat for 33.75 - A 35.00 Dress for 26.25 A 5.00 Blouse for 3.75 A 3.00 Toilet Set for 2.25 A 1.50 Sweet Grass Basket for 1.13 A 25.00 Coat for 18.75. A 3.50 Solid Gold Brooch for 2.63 A 2.00 pair of Gloves for 1.50 A 1.50 Union Suit for 1.13 These arc but examples of, the savings there are hundreds of other articles just as de sirable, just as interesting at equally great savings. church. Supper will be served and a full attendance ie desired. If your pledge cards are not yet in bring them to church Sunday morning, or mail be fore Friday. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Bailey Gatzert Lipsky, pastor. Morning service at 10:30; sermon sub ject, "A New Year's Meditation." Eve ning service at 7. Wateh night meet ing, with continuous program until midnicht. The Epworth leainie w hold its service as part of the watch fin . . n.ght program At 8 p. in. Special speak il PLAJNFIELD hoped that all pledges made for the . i "i a. . ..m curreni yr or up v ... .. mMMff of interest. the above services. . n , " , .;T f.ji.,.,in will 1 111 II TI Hi HHU .1 1' 1. 1 . .... ....'J' ' Misses Margaret and Ruth Weeks, wIki were teaching in the Center and South schools, are spending their vaca tions in Springfield. ' Charles Bean of New York waa a visitor in town on business the last of the. week. Carl Cate, Misses Edna Ball and II Elie late weer in Montpelier Thurs day. Mrs. Ralph Gellette and son, Law rence, of Bellows falls are visiting WATERBURY It is estimated that 14 inches of snow fell here yesterday and this morning thermometers registered from 24 to 30 below zero. About 5 o'clock last evening the fire department was called to the house of Charles Towne tin Winooski street for a chimney fire. Although practic ally no damage was done, the firemen stated they reached there just in time : to avert serious consequences. , . The Salvation Army Captain W. H.imark the whole service. The pastor will He van, Lieut. It. ritton, otlicers in charge. Service as follows: (Saturday 8 p. m., salvation service, bunrtay 11 a. m., holiness meeting; 12 ni., Sun day school; 6:30 p. m., Y. P. L.; 8 p. m., salvation service. Tuesday 8. p, m., salvation service. Friday 8 p. m., holi ness service. A special time will be held which all are invited. You preach at the regular evening hour Sunday school at 11:45. Prayer service Thursday, 7:30 p. m. A cordial wel come to all at all services. First Baptist Church Rev. Bert J. Lehigh, pastor. Services on Sunday as follows: Pleaching by the pastor at 10:30. Subject, "A Look Backward are always welcome at the army sm -jlnto 'God'a; Record Book." A message ices. Test our welcome. ' fr the New Year. At 7 o clock, Har- j To Have a Happy New Year I Be well supplied with good things to eat. ! s We shall have Chickens and Fowls of the "same j I good quality as we have had at Thanksgiving and j ! Christmas. : ! Western Rib Roasts of Beef, lb 25c to 23c I I Native Pig Pork Roasts, lb 23c to 32c j ! Whole Hams, to bake, per lb 2Sc j ! Native Lamb, extra nice legs, lb 38c j j Lamb, forequarters, lb 25c i L tuce Blue Goose Grapefruit j: j trPQll Celer California Oranges j j I I 0011 SPmacn Florida Oranges ! Parslev Yellow Bananas ! I NppHful ItorriQ i l-'resh Eggs, doz . . '. 55c : Storage Eggs, dozen 35c augar, io ios. lor M.uu j I Bread that satisfies 10c j Richelieu line of Jams, Jellies, Fruits in heavy I J svrup, Pickles and Olives. I ! . ! ! Thn m II Omifn Pnmnnnu Inn ! i no if. u. oiiiuii uumpaiijf, inu. Iroquois tribe, Xo. in, extends a special invita tion to the mem bers of Winnetta council, No. 10, I), of I ., to be present at their installation Tuesday evening, Jan. 2, at 7:30 prompt in I. U. O. F. hall, Gordon block. Each member may bring a gen tleman friend. A large attendance is requested. Per. K. of R. of P.,' par. Keporte of an excellent year s Enter-' business were made, including the addi tion or 1040 savings account during the year. The bank was enabled to charge off its fixtures account, the sum being between $35,000 and $40,000. so that the new year starts with that item eliminated from the statement. The directors felt very much over the progress of the year. pleated Sunday, to ices, lest our welcome First Church of Christ. Scientist- Services in the American Legion hall at 10:45 o'clock a. m. Sunday; subject, "Christian Science." Sunday school, 12. Reading room at 8 Currier building and open every Afternoon rom 2 to o clock and Mondav end Saturday nights from 7 to 0. All art cordially invited to attend all services and visit the reading room, where the works of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, together with the Christian Science literature, may be read, borrowed or purchased. East Btrr Congregational Church- Rev. James Ramage, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30. Talk to the young. Sermon topic. "Looking Backward. Church school at 11:43. Christian En deavor service 7 p. m. Topic, "Lessons from a New Year's Psalm. Psalm 00. Leaders, Leola and Leona Taylor. The annual church meeting will be held In the Vestry Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, when reports ifor 1022 will be made and officers elected for ensuing year. All cordially invited. First Presbyterian Church Rev. W. McN. Kittredge, pastor. Morning wor ship at 10:30, with talk to the children and sermon to the adults from the theme, "Tha Hidden Life," a New Year'a message. Sabbath school at 12 m. C. E. at 0 and evening worship at 7, with sermon from the theme, "All Things Become New." Why not end the Old Year right and pet a new im pulse for the New Year by worshipping God in some church sen-ice to-morrow? You ars invited to worship in the First Presbyterian and will be most wel come. Come and bring your irirnas. Vir.t TT.:.r..l.'.t riiiirrll R.u W fill, V . . . i; v vuy.u v ' - - IL Skeels, minister. Morning worship, worship with us. 10:30 a. m., sermon topic, "ISigns Along! . the Road." Evening service with ilhis- rr tr rr . f Tsrrri trated sermon lecture at 7 o'clock. The' ' ILLIIiUSl U iV subject at this service will be "The fcky I 1 1 rilot," in which sixty-two beaut ifullv ' A we will not be able to use our colored slides will be ued. Boy scouts, truck for delivery, we shall be obliged Tuesday evening at 7 e clock. Teach-! to ask our customers here in the vil er training cia at tbe parsonage on,lge to gei meir oraer in nciore I Wednesday evening at 7:30. Monthly ' o'clock 3f they wish to have them de meeting of the ladies' union Wednes-! livered the same day. All orders tak- day atternoon at 2:30. The annual en after 1 o clock will be delivered the meeting of the parish will be held Fri- j following day. C. M. Feaver 4 Co. dav evening in the vetry of the adv. ley Kidder, a Barre boy, will bring a message. You are all urged to be pres ent at both these services. Bible echoo! at 11:4.). Young people's service at 6. On Monday, Jan. 1, the annual meet ing of the churrh will be held. At 3 o'clock devotional exercise will be con ducted, after which reports will be read from all the organizations of the church. This will be followed by the election of officers for tho ensuing year. At 5:30 supper will be served free. After supper the church roll will be called. All the members and adher ents of the church are tirped to be prea ent at tbe services on Monday. Prayer service on Thursday evening at 7:30. Congregational Church Rev. F. L. Goodpeed, pastor. At 10:30, morning worship and preaching by the pastor. Subject, "True Americanism." The church school meets at 12. 4:30 p. m., junior Christian Endeavor. Topic, "My rew leara Resolutions. 6 p. m., senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, "Lessons from a New Year'a Psalm." 7 p. ra., spe cial musical service by organist and choir. Two of the selection will be "Unfold, Y Portals" and "LoveJy Ap pear" from Gounod's "The Redemp tion," and the organist will render the "March Pontificale" by Lemmens, "The Coming of the May" by Morse and "Fiat Lux" by Dubois. Monday, 12! noon, annual New Year fellowship din-J ner for the whole church and rongrcga-1 tion, also the annual meeting of the church. Tuesday, 6:45 p. m., meeting of the campfire girls, and at 7 p. m.,j the boy scouts. Wednesday, 2:30 p. m., i meeting of tbe woman's association, in I charge of Mrs. Eugene Giflin; subject,' "Africa. Thursday, 7:30 p. m., mid week service. V welcome all who will A handy man: Do vou need one for Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hamel. . odd iobs in earoenterinir. mendinz and George Hudson has finished work at, painting? If so telephone F. E. Skin the station for H. C. Cutting and has ner, 206-W, Barre. adv. employment at the National Life ' building in Montpelier after Jan. 2. Airs. Bernice Ladeau is confined toi the house as a result tf a fall in tbe village Tuesday. ..... Mis Ayers of Montpelier was a vis itor in town th rest of tho week.- Mrs. P. B. Howard of Nawtonville, Mail., was the guest ' of Aer mother, Mrs. Ellen Rideout, the first of the week. Clayton Spencer of Boston visited! at the home of his uncle, Gardner Spencer, Wednesday. Mis Ina Sanders of Northfleld spent part of the week with local relatives. Mrs. Ellen Pauly visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Bohonon, in Marshfleld Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Lender of Barre were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hamel Christmas day. R. Goblant of Lanesboro i to have employment with H. C. Cutting in tbe station.' Wayland Hamel is at home from Montpelier for a week'a vacation, Mrs. Edson Lander of Barre is re ported ill with a hard cold. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Flood were in Barre Thursday to attend the funeral of their cousin, J. K. Thurston. ' ,v.v ma n Bk TO mm! 411 Here is something for you to ponder over when you xlguro up tho time, trouble and expense entailed in doing your own baking, then compare the quality of your own efforts with that to be aeoured here, there is to be but one conclusion it doesn't pay to do your own bread baking, and what 'a more, we are as scrupulously careful as the most particular woman would be in every detail of our bread baking. City Bakery Russell's Week End Specials 50c Jumbo Salted Peanuts, It) 33c 45c Opeko Coffee, 2 for 54c 50c Opeko Tea, 2 for 51c 80c Milk Chocolates, lb 59c 60c Wantmor Chocolates, lb .33c The Red Cross Pharmacy Clansmen, pleas leave due books with financial aee retry for annual audit on or before Saturday, Dee. SO. Grandchild Had Crupy Cough. "My grandchild could get no relief whatever from a very bad croupy cough." write Peter Landis, Meyers dale, Pa., "until 1 gave him Foley's and Honey and Tar. It is a irrest help for chest and throat trouble." Coughs, colds, croup, throat, chest and bronchial irritationa quickly relieved with Fo ley's Honey and Tar. Contains no op iate ingredients printed on the wrap per. Stood the test of time serving threa generations. Sold everywhere. ad. SALE 300 packages each one of them containing not less than 50c of every day useful merchandise. Amongst these packages there are 50 boxes of Stationery retail from $L00 to $3.50. 200 Additional Packages Added To-day! Every Package 35c Take your pick! Barre Brag Co. 237-239 North Main Street, Barre, Vt Barre's Progressive Pharmacy. i a aaaBBSDaHaBBV I I PACKAGE Saturday Bargains Fresh Chickens, per lb 43c Fancy Fowls, per lb .38c Legs Native Lamb, per lb 35c Forequarter Lamb, per lb 22c Pork Shoulder Roasts, per lb 2.c Loin Pork Roasts, per lb , 30c Beef Pot Roasts, per lb 20c Veal Pot Roasts, per lb 20c Heavy Western Roast P.eef, per lb 33c Home Cured Cottage Ham, per lb 2."c Beef Sausage, per lb 13c; 2 lbs. 23c Fresh Tripe, per lb 13c Spinach, Lettuce, Celery, Squash and Cranberries. Grocery Depar.lmcnt ?.5c cans Premier rium Pudding 23c 90c cans Heinz'a Fig Pudding 73c 40c jars Grapelade ........25c 18c jars Grapefruit Marmalade 10c 20c can Van Camp's Spaghetti 13c 30c can Grapefruit 23c 2 cans Corn 23c 2 cans Peas 13c; doz $1.75 2 cans Tomatoes for 23c Can Blueberry or Raspberry .23c 10 lbs. A or A A Oatmeal 50c 10 lbs. Rolled Oats for 13c Vt&lnuts, California Soft Shell, per lb 33c Mixed Nuts, to clean up, per lb 20c Figs, per lb 33c 2 large Grapefruit, per lb 23c Oranges, dozen 50c. f0c Closed All Day- Monday. Houghton & Robins GOOD VALUES 2 lbs. of fresh made Christmas Candy :.. .25c 2 lbs. of bulk Dates for :.25c 3 pkgs of Warner's Macaroni 25c 5 lbs. of broken Macaroni, bulk, for 25c Pop Corn that pops, per lb 6c; 5 lbs. 25c 13 lbs. of Granulated Sugar $1.00 Quaker Oats, large pkgs, at the store .....25c Mother's Oats, with premium, at the store . . . .30c 5 lbs. of Standard Graham, at the store . ..... .s.20c Campbell's Soup, any kind, at the store ..... . . .-.10c Strictly fresh Eggs, at the store 55c CREAM GOODS Cream Puffs and Eclairs filled with cream. Mutton Pies, Tarts, Turnovers, Short Bread, Light and Dark Fruit Cake. Double loaf of Cream Bread, per loaf 10c Raisin, Graham and Rye Bread Saturday. Baked Beans, quart 20c; Brown Bread.. 10c 31 EAT DEPARTMENT Plenty of Fresh Native Chickens and Fowls. Hamburg Steak, Saturday Special. 2 lbs 25c Butt Steak, lb 25c; 2 lbs. Beef Sausage 25c Home cured Hams, per lb 40c; whole, lb 28c FISH DEPARTMENT Finnan Haddies. plenty for everybody. Fresh Fish of all kinds. Clams and Oysters. We are closed all day Mondav for inventon. All cut Meats, Fresh Fish and balance of bakery goods will be closed out Saturday price after 8 o'clock. night regardless of THE F. D. LADD CO.