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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, .-BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920.
Bedroom Suite in American Walnut This wood is becoming the foremost wood, for the furnishings of all rooms, and especially the bedroom. This Suite includes a Walnut Bed, Chifforobe, Dresser and Dressing Ta ble. I. We have combination boxspring, mat tress and pillows that make a fine bed room furnishing. Peerless Body Brussells In our show windows we are showing two patterns in Bedroom Rugs. They are the very latest in style for that room. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rates turn u bora o-d riven ambulance; distance calls at reasonable terms. TALK OF THE TOWN Dance In Howland hall Saturday night. Landi's orchestra. adv. ' Thirty rounds of boxing Monday night at armory, Montpelier. adv. A few more velvet hats to close out regardless of cost. Mrs. E. A. Withara. James M. Duncan of Academy street, who has been ill several days, was able to be outdoors yesterday. Remember, the et-ent of the season, "The Cotter's Saturday Night," under 1he auspices of Clan Gordon, No. 12, on March 20. adv. ' Our spring lines of clothing, furni ture, floor coverings, bab3' carriages, strollers, sulkies now ' ready. (Jood Credit is good, cash 5 per cent better. Sadlier, Keith avenue. I Miss Lillian Roberts and Miss Mar-1 garet Roberts returned on the inornins train from Burlington, having attended the (ialli-Curci con cert in that city last evening. TALK OF THE TOWN Dance at armory, Montpelier, Satur day. Carroll's six-piece orchestra. adv. See the spats at half price so con venient to slip on over low shoes. You will need them, (let them now at Peoples Shoe Store. Regular meeting of local 4S8, M. P. I'., will be held at the band room Sun day, March 7, at 3:30 p. m. A. E. Milne, secretary. Mrs. A. Birnie, 4 Laurel street, has returned from the millinery markets with ft fine line of spring millinery. Inspection invited. Opening announced later. adv. The body of A. L. Noyes, a Barre man wh odied in Florida while there to spend the winter, arrived in the city lat evening: from Orlando, Fla. Ac- early : rompanying the body were Mrs. Noves, after who came from the south, and H. fiert Tenney, a relatives, who met Mrs. Noyes in New York City. U.GGESTION Prime Rib Roasts of Western Beef, per lb 28c, 33c Western Round Steak, per lb 33c Western Vein Steak, per lb 40c Western Rump and Sirloin Steak, per lb. ..53c and 60c Hamburg Steak, per lb 25c Jellied Tongue, per lb 50c Jellied Corned Beef, per lb 33c Pressed Ham, our own make, per lb 33c PLENTY OF VEAL, PORK AND LAMB WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COOKIES PLENTY OF ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT Florida Oranges, per dozen .60c and 75c Navel Oranges, per dozen 90c Grapefruit 10c, 3 for 25c; 13c, 2 for 23c TALK OF THE TOWN Dance in Howland hall Saturday night. Landi's orchestra. adv. S. K. lliimdalc of Burlington was in the city yesterday, looking for hay. Fresh s'trawberries, celery and lettuce at Marehctti's Fruit Store, neHr Park theatre. If in need of a spring hat, watch for Mrs. Shallow's opening. It will pay you. adv. Nat Bond of South Main street, who has been ill for several days, is improv- i ing slowly. I Boxing at armory, Montpelier, More I day night, is the best attraction ever staged in Vermont. adv. 1 Just arrived at the New Dry (Joods Store, Pearl street, new ginghams and percales, latest patterns. adv. I Largest line of new and second-hand ranges and heaters in Barre at lowest prices. E. A. Prindle. Worthen block. Miss Madeline L. Baril has returned from St. Johnsbury, where she went to attend the funeral of her uncle, Louis Paradis. Mrs. tieorgo B. Holmes and two daughters of Trow hill, who have been seriously ill for the past week, are slowlv improving. F. D. Ladd and F, II. Rogers went to Boston yesterdny on a business trip connected with "the Peerless knitting mills of this city. Remember the date, March 20. The Scottish Musical Comedy company is to appear in the opera house under the auspices ot t lan uoraon, :vo. is. buv. There are corduroy knee protectors for the youngsters. Saves the hosiery just where the wear comes during play hours. Only 10c now at Andrews' Shoe Store. At the funeral of Mrs. Walter Smith, held Thursday afternoon. Ernest Rob inson was one of the bearers, instead of Arthur Magoon, as announced yes terday. Two dozen men's, ladies' and girls' winter coatB. before March 20, 50 per cent less tha'n you will pay for the same models next fall. Good credit is good, cash per cent better. Sadlier, Keith avenue. The Barre firemen will hold their an nual concert and dance on Wednesday, March 17, in Howland hall. Landi's eight-piece orchestra will furnish mu sic. Concert 8 to Jl, dancing 9 to 1. Come and have the time of your life. adv. George N. Tilden returned yesterday from Burlington, having attended the Democratic banquet at the Hotel Sher wood Wednesday evening, wherein the Vermont Democrats launched the boom for Attorney GencraL Palmer as pres idential candidate. The Ministers' Monday club meets at the seminary, Montpelier, next Mon day, March 8, at 10:30 a. m. Rev. E. Haves, pastor of the Congregational church, VVaterbury, will read a paper on "The Unpardonable Sin." The min irters will lunch together at the close of the sessions. The Welsh singers are artists of un usual merit, Risca Williams, splendid baritone, Genevieve Andrews, solo pianist and possessor of the gold medal, and Ben Davics, eminent tenor of the wonderful Welsh quality. Il.-ar them at the Methodist church March 13 at 8 p. m. adv. It will be better traveling next Wednesday night, so travel straight to the Congregational church vestry and partake of the chicken-pie supper to be served by the men at 75c a plate and 50c for those under 12. There is little need to speak of the excellence of the food served by the men. adv. Many Barre people availed them selves of the opportunity to hear the internationally-famed Boprano, (ialli Curci, in her concert given at the gym nasium of the I'niversity of Vermont last evening. About 50 people went on the afternoon train to Burlington and as many more left earlier in the day. Among those to leave on the afternoon train were Mr. and Mrs. William G. Reynolds and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Burgess, Mrs. Elizabeth La gore, Miss Nellie Sadlier, James Ben nett, Fordyce Jackson, Joseph Calcagni and daughter, Miss Carrie, and Joseph Sanguinetti. A special meet ing of Clan SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Times and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. STAIRS SEEMED ENDLESS CLIMB Ml Ki.ra . mor of L an Wor &SMnLt (iordon hall Mori- 130 for the pur ffJw'iJi'J P"a "f attending FRESH VEGETABLES CELERY LETTUCE SPINACH CABBAGE ONIONS I 1 1 ir jV the funeral of our J I late brother, Clansman Alex. Cruick- i shank. Clansmen plee wear badges land white gloves. Chief Charles Lccl, Secretary James W. Clubb. Univemlist Church Frank O. ITo kerk, pastor. If the storm abates, services will be held as usual and as announced. St, John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Websterville David C. Hunt ington, rector. 2 p. m., Sunday school. 3, evening prayer and sermon. All wel come. East Barre Congregational Church James Ramage, pastor. Morning serv ice at 10:30. Sunday school at, 11:45. Christian Endeavor service at 7. All cordially invited. Berlin Congregational Church Frank Blomflold, pastor. 10:30 o'clock, morn ing service; sermon by the pastor j top ic, "On Following without Enlisting." Sunday school at noon. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Services are being held in the Worthen block every Sunday. Sunday school at 2 p. m. and regular preaching service at 3 p. m. Everyone welcome. Italian Baptist Sunday School, Brook street Mr. Lehigh, superintendent. Lesson for to-morrow, "John Writes About Christian Love," I. John 4:1-21. Y. P. S. C. E. follows. You are invited to attend. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. m., Sunday. Sunday school at 12 m. Wednesday evening service at 7:30. Reading-room open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 3 to fl. 7 Summer street. Church of the Good Shepherd David C. Huntington, rector. 10:30 a. m., holy communion and sermon. 12 m., Sunday school. At 7, evening prayer and sermon. Rev. A. C. Peabody of Windsor will preach Wednesday night. First Baptist Church Bert J. Lehigh, pastor. The pastor will preach on Sunday at 10:30 and 7 o'clock. Subject for morning, "The Folly of Fret." Evening subject, "Arise and Shine.'' Bible school at 12 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. sen-ice at fl. Prayer service Thurs day evening at 7:30. Everyone cor dially invited to worship with us. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church Bailey tiatzert Lipsky, pastor. Morn ine service at 10:30, with reception of members and communion service. Even- 'Williams ing service at 7; sermon theme, "The Young Man and His Maker." Sunday school at 11:45. Epworth league at 0. Prayer service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Royal Welsh concert Saturday at 8 p. m. Congregational Church F. L. Good speed, D. D., pastor. 10:30, morning worship and sermon by the pastor; subject, "Unconscious Truth." Sacra ment of the Lord's supper. 12 m., Bible school. 3 p. m., meeting of the juniors, conducted by Mrs. Ewen. 7 o'clock, evening worship and preaching by the pastor; subject, "The Highway of the Aires." Wednesday. 8:30 to 7 p. m.. a me men. Every woman's health is peculiarly dependent upon the condition of the blood. How many women suffer from headuclui, pains in the back, lack of appetite, indigestion, weariness, palpi tation of the heart, shortness of breath, dizzy spells and nervousness? I If you have any of these symptoms of j anemia, or it siignt eiiori, une cnmu ing stairs, exhausts you, begin treat ment to-dav with the remedy which , Mrs. Patrick S. O'Connell, of No; 03; Park street, Barre, Vt., found so bene- j tidal. When seen recently at her home, Mrs. O'Connell certainly didn't look i like an invalid, yet, according to her j story, she was very weak and run down until she found the remedy that helped her. "Overwork was the cause of my run down condition," said Mrs. O'Connell. i "1 didn't get rest enough and then be- came so weak and nervous that I ' couldn't sleep. 1 suffered from spells of dizziness and dreaded the thought of having to climb a flight of stairs be cause I had to rest so often and was all in when I reached t he top." "Did this condition continue long? she was asked. "Yes," answered Mrs. O'Connell, "though I am sure that if I bad hap pened to hear about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills sooner I could have saved myself a .great deal of suffering. A friend recommended them to me, and she was so enthusiastic in praise of the pills that I procured a box. After a few days' treatment I began to gain strength, and it wasn't a great while before my appetite improved. The nervousness disappeared, and now I lean do any work about my home with out unusual effort. 1 nave great laitn in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." If your blood is not fortified against the multitude of disease germs that surround us, you risk being a prey to sickness. You may not be able to put in a good day's work without a con stant feeling of exhaustion. A simple, safe and effective Wood tonic is found in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. With good blood you will be able to ward off headaches, stomach trouble, "tired feeling" and lack of ambition. A useful booklet, "Building Up the Blood." Mill be sent free by the Dr. Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Your own druggist sells Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, or you can order them direct by mail, postpaid, at 00 cents a box. Adv. TALK OF THE TOWN hicken-pie supper served by Gilhertson'B orchestra. Midweek service of praise and prayer every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Cordial invi tation to all services. First Presbyterian Church W. McN'. Kittredge, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30, at which time reception of new members will take place and the sac rament observed. Members are espe cially urged to be preent. Sabbath school at 12 m. Our red and blue but ton contest in the Sabbath school starts Sunday, and all scholars are urged to make a special effort to be present. At 7 p. m. the sermon theme will be "Life's Three Powers." The public is cordially invited to these services. Wednesday, 7 p. m., the Men's club meets in the vestry. It is ladies' uight and the la dies of the church are invited to the musical. Thursday, 7:30 n. m., prayer meeting at the home of J. L. Arkley, 40 Park street. Five champion soldiers Monday night at armory, Montpelier. adv. New and used sleighs for sale at Cut ler Bros.' livery. 'Phone 160. Fresh strawberries, celery and lettuce at Marehctti's Fruit Store, near Park theatre. Boys 10 or under will lie admitted to the boxing Monday night at Mont pelier armory for 55c. adv. Alexander "Duncan, a local granite manufacturer, has returned from Proc tor after a short business visit. A get-together meeting of the granite manufacturers will lie held in the asso ciation rooms this afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock. H. J. M. Jones of Jones Brothers' company has returned from a business trip to Harrisbtirg, Pa., and New York City, which extended over the past week. Assistant State Fire Marshal A, G. Preble has returned to his home in Barre after conducting investigations in public buildings in Burlington for some t ime relative to fire hazards. He expects to return to Burlington next week to complete his investigation. Mrs. Preble, who has been sick with influenza and bronchitis, is making a slow recovery. Rockland , Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Successors to A. P. Abbott Co. Good Service SPECIALIZING FOR THE STOUT WOMAN Special attention to this much neglected line is a big and permanent feature of this store. Attention has been given to every detail in the require ments of proper propor tion, design, quality and finish. Suits and Coats Made in : SERGE TRICOTINE POPLIN VELOUR Sizes 37 to 51 You will therefore have no trouble in making, your se lection from these New Spring Models. Coats and Suits Popular Colors: NAVY BLACK REINDEER Sizes 37-to 51 Prices Ranging from 29.00 to 85.00 WAISTS FOR THE FULLER FIGURE in 188 N. Main St. Georgette Crepe de Chine Voile The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt, TALK OF THE TOWN Business men's lunch, 11:30 to 1:30, at Cafe Shepard. adv. One of Kobert Burns' famous poems to be seen in real life at the Barre opera house on March 20. adv. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our CTatitude to the citizens of Barre Town for granting us a $250 increase in our salaries, dat ing from Sept. 8, 1910. We arc glad to serve such a generous community. Barre Town Teachers. m : - m PARSNIPS The Smith & Cumings CUnc. j I I CRAMTEV1LLE Regular meeting of council 253, Il'nion St. Jean Baptists d'Amer ique, Tuesday, March 9, at 7 p. m. Members are reiiieted to attend. WINTON SIX 1? A c Better Than Promised Delivery Guaranteed May 1st for Orders Placed Now The open car now at our show room for your inspection. Think of everything you would like to have all in one motor car and then take a look at this splendid new Winton Six and ride in it. We'll let you do all the talking. Consider us at your sen-ice. Simply telephone. Oldsmobile Co. of Vermont Distributors i I I. fit. V;. I! I III m m I? f X- 'XI The N. D. Phelps Co. Inc TAKE A LOOK I Saturday Specials! DAIRY BUTTER, per lb 58c LARGE CANS PEACHES, per can 30c LARGE CANS TOMATOES, per can 2Cc NO. 2 CANS TOMATOES, per can 13c 2 CANS OF CORN FOR 25c LARGE PKG. GRANULATED CORN 31EAL 2Sc FRITZ W. JACKSON CO. 266 North .Main Street Barre, Vermont at our prices on HP Umpire I ires and Tubes Tires Clincher 30 30 31 x 3 $12.55 x 312 16.00 x 4 24.75 1 v. n CANDY SPECLVLS FOR SATURDAY Fresh Buttered Almonds 'i V). 50c IJutter Scotch Chocolates, special, per lb 40c Assorted Fudges, per Tb 10c Sec window display 0 m i 2 1 lie 1 1 1 Li 1 V l 1 uic v arnjj BARRE CANDY KITCHEN The Home of Pure Candjr Straight Side S2 x Zk - 32 x 4 33 x 4 34 x 4 32 x 42 33 x 4t2 34 x 44 35 x 41 36 x 42 33 x 5 37 x 5 Fabric, 6,000 m. $18.70 25.20 26.30 26.80 34.00 35.10 36.10 37.83 38.40 41.45 47.10 Cord, 8,000 m. 130.25 38.83 39.45 40.40 43.23 44.35 45.60 46.70 47.75 56.65 59.20 Red Tisfoei HO x 3 $2.23 32 x 4i $4.43 30 x 3l,i 2.65 33 x 4ti 4.60 32 x 3V 2.80 34 x 42 4.0 31 x 4.." 3.20 33 x 't 4.83 32 x 4 3.30 36 x 4 2 S-M 33 x 4 3.65 35 x 5 3.j0 34 x 4 3.80 37 x 5 5.85 These are all Non-Skid Shoes, and you have in the above the best cash offering in the state. 3 i 1 -si I GOOD VALUES at Ladd's 3 lbs. of 40c COFFEE for $1.00 Ladd's Special Coffee, per lb 50c Armour's Large Oats, cash and carry 28c Van Camp's Tall Evaporated Milk, cash-carry. 15c Grapefruit are fine now 3 for 25c Bendorph Dutch Cocoa, just in, per can 45c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Cream and MarshmalJow Goods Saturday. Baked Beans, qt 25c; Brown Bread, loaf 10c Light Fruit Cakes and Fancy Pastry. Bread is cheap food. Use more Bread. Fruit Squares with chocolate frosting, doz. ... ISc MEAT DEPARTMENT Beef Roasts from western beef, lb 40c Leg of Lamb, lb 4Sc; Ham to fry. lb 45c Native Pig Pork Roasts, lb 30c, 34c, 3Sc Iig's Liver for Saturday, lb 10c, 3 lbs. for 25c Fresh Spinach, Lettuce, Radishes, Celery, Cauli flower, Squash, Parsnips and Turnips. FISH DEPARTMENT All kinds of Fresh Fish and plenty of Finnan Haddies for Saturday. Shell Clams, Clams for chow der, and Lobsters, Smelts, Roe5, Halibut, Salmon. The F. D. Ladd Company tt :: t: t: 'Phone 29 Barre, Vt. -Ml