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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920.
H O O S I E R L o 5 Two Million Recommend the Hoosier " HOOSIERS are classed "better" by more American housewives than any other cabinet. They are rendering labor-saving service to a greater number of women than any other " nearly two million. These facts should guide you. The efficiency of this multitude of kitchens should be duplicated in your home. The cabinet this army of women have selected should be your choice. Come and see a HOOSIER demonstration. Test it for yourself. Sit before it as you would at home. Then decide. Saturday Special CongoleumMats 24-inctf x 36-inch " 30c B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rates Mm u bone-driven ambulance; distance calls at reasonable terms. . - The R D. PhdpS CO. Inc. TALK OF THE TOWN Parker's harness shop moved to 8 Merchant street adv. James McPerment of Brookfield was a visitor in the eity yesterday. See the values in millinery at Mn. Birnie'g, 4 Laurel street. adv. Dance in Rowland hall Saturday night. Landi's orchestra. adv. Closing-out sale. All millinery .poods at big reduction. Mrs. K. A. Witham. Miss Angie Vanetti of Central street is passing a few days with relatives in Massachusetts. Dance to night, Montpelier armory. Carroll's orchestra. Special ear to Barre after dance. adv, j Asa Lvon. a granite kjealer of Plym outh, Mich., is visiting in, Barre and Y illmmatown for a week. The annual dinner of the Men's club will be given Monday, April 12, at the Lniversahst church. adv Miss Elizabeth Colombo of Columbia place has gone to Waterbury to spend several days with relatives. New hats at Mrs. Shallow's. Sailors, big lace hats, also good assortment of trimmings. 5 torsythe place. Joseph Laskev of Stamford, Conn, returned to Goddard seminary yester dav after an extended vacation. Mrs. Roy French of North Main street went to Burlington this morning to pass the week end with relatives Look up in to-day's paper the menu of the men's dinner at the Universalis! church Monday evening, April 12. adv. A. Brown of the Brown-Lyon granite firm of Lyon, Mich., arrived m Barre yesterday to pass several days in Barre and vicinity. ' Masquerade ball . in armory hail, Montpelier, April 20; Carroll orehee traj under auspices of Red Men and Pocahontas. adv Mrs. W. P. Hcott of Orange street went to East Montpelier yesterday to spend a few days at the home of W. i. Gladding, her "brother. Special meeting of Bright Mar Re- bekah lodge Monday evening at 7:30, There will be work and everyone bring something for refreshments. Secure your tickets eariv for the men's annual dinner at the Universal ist church next Monday evening, April 12, starting at 5:30 o'clock. adv. Money deposited on savings accounts in the Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co. on or before Monday, April 12, will draw interest from April 1. adv. Household furniture to be sold at auction at the E. C. Cumings residence at No. 37 Hill street at 2 o'clock Tues TALK OF THE TOWN . See the values in millinery at Mrs. Birnie's, 4 Laurel street. adv. When getting your hair cut, don't fail to look for the union card. adv. For Kale Hors, weight from 1,200 to 1,300. May be seen at. 'Cutler's stable. Pin boya wanted for bowling alleys. Murphy 4, We"afcr. Horse, harness and buggy to be sold to-day at 3:30 at City Auction Market. adv. Tickets are now 'on sale for "The Old Homestead," which comes Monday night. adv. Dance to-night, Montpelier armory. Carroll's orchestra. Special car to Barre after dance. adv. ine annual dinner o the Men i ciud Fix up the children with a Simmons Koaster and have them enjoy running errands. We have them in three sizes Numbers Is 2s 3s Also Express Wagons and Wheelbar rows. See them in the window. Phone 29 Barre, Vt. Z9BS3SBBSS9DD OLD CHEESE I ) Tastes good at this time of the year. We have a good one at, per lb 55c Full Cream Cheese, per lb 40c ! I Young America Cheese, per lb 45c Elkhorn Cheese in cans .20c and 35c Roquefort, Kraft, Swis and Pimicnto. Golden Ace Macaroni and Spaghetti, pkg. Warner's Macaroni and Spaghetti 10c 10c Bulk Macaroni and Spaghetti, lb 15c Excellent Evaporated Apple in bulk, per lb. . . 30c D. C. Pie Filling, per package 13c Monadnock Mince Meat 2 pkgs. for 25c j Bee Brand Pumpkin, No. 1 cans 13c LETTUCE NEW CABBAGE CELERY CA ULI FLOWER PA RSNIPS day afternoon. D. A. Perry, auctioneer. Miss Evelyn Drew of 7 Maple Grove left for North Ferrisburg this morning to pass a week or two during the sug aring season with former classmates at Goddard seminary. Miss Olive Burgess, who has been spending the Easter vacation from Mount Ida school at her home on Washington street, returns to Newton, Mass., to-morrow. Frank Wells of French street, neph ew of F. G. Howland. and Daniel Bert rand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bertrand of the west hill, have returned to Am herst college, Amherst, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Perry, who were married in this city two weeks ago, have returned from their honey moon trip to New York and Pennsyl vania. They are now residing at their home at 153- ashmgton street. Fayette and Harlie Cutler claim they ran bent Richardson and Ladd serving at a dinner and say they are' going to prove it next Monday niht at the men's annual dinner of the Universal ist church. Say! ain't that funny I adv. The Ministers' Monday club will hold its usual monthly meeting in the par lor of the Presbyterian church in Barre on Monday at 10:30 a. m. Rev. W. S. Nichols, pastor of the Church of the Messiah, Montpelier, will read a paper on I he Place of 1'reachlng in the Mod ern World." Mrs. George Woolcutt of Morrisville, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. F. T. Cutler, and other relatives in Barre and Montpelier, since the death of Mr. Woolcutt, returned to Morris ville yesterday and will make her home with J. W. akefield at present. E. A. Drown and son, Wendell, who have been visiting various automobile factories in Cleveland, O., Lansing and Detroit, Mich., are expected to arrive here to-morrow morning with new cars, which they are driving through from the factory. According to their plan, they leave Huffalo, -V ., to day. Alice Bradley, principiil of Miss Farmer's School" of Cookery, will ghe a demonstration before the Barre Woman's club Tuesday. April 13, at 2:30 o'clock. This meeting i open to the public; members admitted by their tickets, others for 25c. Ladies please bring plate and spoon. Food sale fol lows demonstration. August Swentor of Seymour, Conn., a new student of Goddard seminary fur the spring term, arrived at the school ycKterday. . Mr. Swentor comes with a good recommendation from the baseball roach of Holy Cross college as a second hs-wmaii, so it is expected Swentor will join the ranks of baseball candidates this week. Swentor attend ed the Kent Hill preparatory school in Maine last fall and was compelled to return to his home after breaking an ankle a'nd receiving serious injuries in a football gsme. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our many friends who so kindly as sisted us in our recent bereavement. I). A. McFsrlane, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. MdWd, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Ewen. will be given Monday, April 12, at the universalis church. adv, Look up in to-day's paper the menu of the men's dinner at the Universalist church Monday evening, April 12. adv I am ready to do your cleaning, -pressing, 'repairing and dyeing for the spring and summer seasons. 11. Oood man, 10 Merchant street, Barre. Chester Meaker and Edward Landrie, two South Barre young men, went to Windsor yesterday, having secured em ployment in machine shops there.' Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Suitor of Bolster avenue, who were called to New Hamp shire by the death of a relative, re turned to their home last evening. Money deposited on savings accounts in the Barre Savings Bank & Jrust Co on or before Monday, April 12, will draw interest from April 1. adv. Anthony Bianchi, who has been vis iting acquaintances in the Italian col ony while the guest of Carlo Morlo and family of Granite street, returned to his home in Hanover, K. PL, last even ing. Horace Richardson and Homer Ladd claim they can wait on more people at dinner than anyone else in Barre. Let's make them prove it at the men's annual dinner at the Universalist church Monday night, April 12. adv. -Mr. and Mrs. James Devers of Jef ferson street, accompanied by Mrs. De'vers' sister, Miss Irene Sullivan, leave this afternoon for Tacoma, Wash., for an indefinite visit and with a view to making Tacoma their future residence. Riley Burgess, superintendent of the Cook & Watkins granite manufactur ing plants of this city, went to Boston last night on a short business visit, together with Stanton Wasgatt of Washington street. Mr. Wasgatt plans an extended visit with relatives in and about Boston. James Taylor of Forsythe place has secured through Bob Clark, a former Barre man and now a professional golf plaver, who has charge of the tlyria Golf club at Elyria, O., work at the Elyria golf course, together with John Heals, jr., who left several weeks ago Mr. Taylor started from here last night. P. W. Dewar of Montreal, Que., who has been employed as an agent of the Central Vermont railway at Montpelier Junction for several months, began du tics as night ticket agent and baggiige master at the local station, taking the place of G. F. Marshall, who completed work to accept the agency at ronda Junction. Through friends of James Mahoney the battery partner of Jimmy Kellr at Goddard seminary for two years, St is learned that he is to have a trvout with the Boston Bravea next week having received word at his home in Brook I ine, Mass. Mahoney, it will be remembered, was in the fast lineup of the seminary team in ItflN, At Trinity M. E. church, Montpelier, last night was held the Montpelier seminary Epworth league institute rally. A splendid banquet was served by the ladies aid society of the church Hev. C. W. Kelley of Newport Confer, the institute dean, acted as chairman and toastmaster. Dr. Hatch, Rev. W H. Gould of Cambridge, Rev. W. it SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Times and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster ark Wakefield Mead of Montpelier, Rev. B. G. Lipskv Miss Madge Warren, represented the organization. Representatives of the Barre. W uliamstown, Montpelier and Plainneld churches were present. The largest and best institute yet held at the seminary is expected to convene during the last week of June. A very peculiar incident happened in front of the Smith A Cumings meat and grocery store on North Main street yesterday afternoon when a large mas tiff, tied" in a light covered buggy by means of a large rope hitched to the rods of the rover, tipped the vehicle over by jumping to the street. The dog had become enraged at another ca nine on the sidewalk across the road and in an. endeavor to reach him made a leap, pulling over the light wagon. The horse attached to the wagon had apparently reached the voting age but nevertheless became frightened at this incident and started down the street, with the wagon on its side. Young men who had witnessed the incident found considerable merriment in the event, after stopping the horse and righting the wagon. St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Webstcrville David C. Hunt ington, rector. 2 p, m., Sunday school. 3 o'clock, evening prayer and sermon. Public invited. ' Church of Jesus Christ of 'Iter Day Saints Services are being held in the Worthen block every Sunday. Sunday school at B p. m. and regular preaching service at 3 p. m. Everyone welcome. Berlin Corners Congregational Church Frank Blomfield, pastor. 10:43, morning service address by the pastor on "The Interchurch and Congregation al World Movements." . Sunday school at noon. I Church of, the Good Shepherd David C. Huntington, rector. 8 a. m., holy communion. 10:30, morning prayer and sermon. 12 in., Sunday . school. 7 o'clock, evening prayer and sermon. All welcome. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. m., Sunday. Sunday school at ' Vi m. Wednesday evening service at 1:30. Reading-room open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 3 to 3. 7 Summer street. Salvation Army Sunday services? Sunday school at 10 a. ni. Holiness meeting at 11 a. m. Y. P. L. at 6:30 p. m. " Salvation service at 8 p. m. Services next week Wednesday. Thurs day, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited. Italian Baptist Sunday School. Brook Street Mr. Lehigh, superintendent. School starts at 3 p. in. Iesson to-, morrow, "Deborah and Barak Deliver Israel," taken from Judaea 4:4-10. Let us keep up the good attendance we had last Sunday. Y. P. S. C. E. follows. Bedding Methodist Episcopal Church Bailey Gatzert Lipsky, pastor. Morn ing service at 10:30; sermon theme, "lhe Church and the True Citizen." Evening service, 7; sermon theme, "The Soul of a Successful Career." Sunday school at 11:45. Epworth league at 8. Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Thurs day; topic, "Shall We Have a Midweek Church School of Religion Next Year!" East Barre Congregational Church James Ramage, pastor. Morning serv ice at 10:311; sermon topic, 'Some Stern Facts." Church school at 11:45. Christian Endeavor service at 6:13 o'clock. At 7 o'clock, Rev. E. O. French, in the field service of the Vermont Do mestic Missionary society, will give an address on "The Interchurch World Movement." Mr. French is a wide awake and interesting speaker. Come and bear him. Adams Company Good Goods Good Service SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY $29.50 LOOSE DRIVING COATS 25.00 Twelve only. Especially good for autoing and driving, in good weight Mix tures. Loose and roomy. Can be worn over a suit or coat. $1.25 BLACK UNDERSKIRTS 98c TT A nPQ Eight only. Especially trimmed up-to-date models, t qq XXxxJLk) For Friday and Saturday only 4l0 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont Gardner Clinton Wob urn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt. Graniteville Presbyterian Church-r W. E. Archibald, Ph. 11., pastor. Di vine worship, 10:30 a. m. and 6 p. m. Morning subject, "A Message from the Birds." Evening topic, "Perseverance Rewarded.'' Bible school will me aft er morning services. The pastor's Bi ble class will meet at the same time in the lecture room. After the evening services the Bible school workers will meet. All those planning to unite with the church will please inform the pas tor or elders of their intent. Congregational Church F. L. Good- tpeed, 1). D., pastor. Morning services at 10:30 and sermon by the pastor; subject, "The Ministry of the Moun- tains." 12 ni., church school for Bible j study. Classes for all ages. 3 p. ni., meeting for the juniors, under direc tion' of Mrs. Ewen. 7 p. m., the pastor will give an illustrated lecture on "Ha waii, the Paradise f the Pacific." Mid week service on Thursday evening at 30 o clock. tMitiject, rrom haster to Pentecost." Public cordially invited. First Universalist Church Frank O. Ilokerk, pastor. Sunday services: Di vine worship 10:30 a. m.j sermon jb- jeet, "Vt e Are Saved by Hope," Rora. 8:24. 11:4a a. m., hundav school in assembly room, and Murray forum lass. 4 p. m., junior 1. P. I. I . 7 p. m., illustrated lecture, lhe roll tics I World in Christ's Time." The public cordially invited. The Men's club will give a public supper on Monday from 5:30 to 7 p. m. in place of their reg ular meeting. Wednesday. 4 p. m., the unior singing class. Rehearsal for choir work: 7:30 p. m., divine science, subject. "Menial Attitude on Financial Success." The celebrated .Sweet family will give their musical concert in the Cnivcrsaligt church on Friday evening, April 23. First Presbyterian Church W. McX. Kittredge, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30, with sermon from the theme, "A Threefold Cord." Short sermon to the boys and girls. Sabbath school at 12 m. Classes for youth of all ages. Evening service at 7, with sermon from the theme, "Friendship with God." A cordial welcome to all to worship with m. Monday at 10:30 a. m., the Wash ington, County Ministerial association meets in the vestry. Tuesday, 7:30 p m., the ladies' unKin meets with Mrs. John Thompson, AO Elm street. On Wednesday at 7:30 p. in., the Men's club meets in the vestry. All men of the chnreh invited. Thursday, 7:30 p. m., prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. John Brechin, 1 Webster etreet. NOTICE. GRANITEVILLE Raymond Lowry and Miss Eva Gar neau Married. The marriage of Raymond Lowry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lowry of East Barre, and Miss Eva Garneau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Odule Gil bert, was solemnized at St. Sylvester's church Monday morning, April 6, Rev. T. Lachance officiating. The bride was attired in blue silk with hat to match. The couple were unattended. After the ceremony a breakfast was served at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Lowry are now residing at their new home in East Barre. Membera of Barre branch, G. C. I. A., wishing to have physical examination will call at the ofiice of Dr. Jarvis Monday, April 5, and following days between the hours of 10 and 12 a. m. to. make appointment. Members will please bring their cards. AVVISO. Tuttl i membri die hanno il diritti alia visita medica sono pregati recarsi nell' officio del Dr. Jarvis Lunedl 5 Aprile e tutti gli altri giorni, dalle ore 10 alie 12 a. m. per nssare la data. T membri sono pregati portare la carta chi rontribuuione per essere vi dimata. J. McKernan, Secretary. BAD BREATH L. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomcL act gently on the bowels and prwitivdy j0 the work-. People aftlicted with bad breath find quick relief through taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a vegetable compound mixed with olive oiL They act gently but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood, and purifying the entire system. They do that hich calomel docs, without any of the bad after enects. Take one or two every night for a week and note the leasing effect. 10c and 25c a box. The Smllfi Ik Cuming 0 0 i! Co., Inc. I Something for You Br Lena B. Ellinrwood. Cw, rhildmi, alL and brlnf roar muss! Trie nuk w framinir white, A h'l hjiv drinS bfof Yen ro to bed to-night. Don't turn awtr. snd think that milk l oti'.f lb:f frrftft. Frr '4r chliirn 1Hd It. trttt. T ktc thrir stnnrlii muni Nr n Yrr food n take Its pbwe. Tiil foM eraw and thrte. Twill i -at the to-- ts fmir chrk. And sukc yrm fl ahvvl A r.umrl a da w not tno anwb : But d-mk' a pint, at trmt. If jfm arv fxkia jut That rar unonnt'l inerrad. T.t riTTfirr fowttM fii: p--43i. th-rr lurir- tew- fat 'Mxt ew-U-irr. ifidd I i Thx rrrin." rjvav-Wfeuftdina; fond. Art f-r tM and t!fc, it aires Vm l-.mr and ; h-rfwf-u. Jtv rHl4vrt. mmt and drink ymir ici;.k, M and auvarti) rratr! Tii t-rtr. mn4 mUM gm ay. in a&t-d wrorih and hw Duy Richardson Farm Milk Delivered by 3L E. Briggs April Columbia Records are Here ASUS "Mr ItU ot Golden Trn- That Nauhir Waits" w , In wnndrrful aJUs. ASU2 Vecal Oma firm "Puddifa" Vocal Gout from 'Inroe' A22 "Oh. Hrr t Laurh Whm I Think That I rwd Orir Yno" "Snonf. U LarT." Nora ftarea in hr jouxat humor A2t "You'ra a Million Mila fmtn fimrhrr W hrn Vnn Ar UM Littia M'U from ljm ' H ihn ' B A?J "All TVt I Want la Too." llrarr Purr hi h Harvest Moon I fcbinina." L-i Jamoj A2S74 "Alr! BlnMnraa Wattm" "D4-raht"nd Ganka." MrdVr Ar4 "W hy dm v- n tt r Oh. Moiir. 1 m W Ud" AT4 "Comradr"." t ur.vtmd a4 Purr ru, km ard Han- A;.r Tai- Ow-S"t" K.x. Knar." Tn Trot 1 H a kataa a On hats at Russell': for tba pm af arra M Cnaroiatai m and Sc. Good Trades for Saturday Bulk Macaroni or Spaghetti, per lb 15c Split Peas, per lb 10c Scotch Harley 2 packages for 25c California Tea 1 Jeans, per lb 10c Yellow Eye Beans per lb. 12c Rolled Oats 10 lbs. for 55c A or AA Oatmeal 10 lbs. for 75c Silver Cornflakes 3 packages for 25c Monadnock Mincemeat '.2 packages for 25c Not-A-Seed Raisins In bulk, per lb 25c Evaporated reaches, per lb 25c Dried Apricots per lb 40c Py-Lemon. per package 15c Armour's Mincemeat in pails per pail 45c Bulk Sour Pickles per lb 18c Bulk Mixed Sweet or Sour Pickles per lb 22c Bulk Sweet Pickles per lb 25c Large Grapefruit 10c, 2 for 25c, 15c Dexter's and St. Johnsbury Bread. MEAT DEPARTMENT SATURDAY SPECIAL FRESH PORK SAUSAGE. . 25c Beef Sausage, per lb. 28c Fowls per lb '. 50c Roasting Chickens per lb 55c Roast Pork, per lb 30c, 33c and 38c Roast Beef, per lb 30c and 35c Leg of Lamb, per lb 45c Whole Forequarter Lamb, per lb 30c Beef Pot Roast, per lb 2Cc, 22c and 2Sc Roast Veal, per lb 30c and 35c Pot Roast of VeaL per lb 22c and 25c Whole Strip Native Bacon, per lb 35c Dandelions Spinach, Celery, Parsley, Lettuce. Ripe Tomatoes, New Cabbage Parsnips i lbs. for 25c Houghton & Robins Mi Aojipi Carey returned last evening from Burlington, where she h been spending a few day on busi ness. Mm. Erneat Maeloon and daughter, Florence and Emily of Groton. X. II., are vixiting relative! in Barre and Graniteville. Andrew Petrie and Misa Clara John ston of Thetford Mines, P. Q., are gtipst of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guv. Mrs. J. II. Suitor and daughter, Vel ma, are spending the week end in Barre. Mrs. G. L. T. Hayes is substituting for Mrs. William Alexander, who is confined to hpr home by illness. W. W. Helville, who spent the winter in Xew Haven, Conn., returned home hut week. Miss Veronioo Coyle, a student at Mt. fit. Mary'i in Burlington, has been spending a s'hort vacation at her home. Mist Bessie Morrison of Sprinirfleld, Mats., spent a tew days last week with her mother, Mrs. Aflan MeKenzie. Xorman MoKennie, who went to the Massachusetts General hos.'tal for treatment early in the week, has re turned, being unable at the present to get the treatment he needs, Mr. Mo Kenzie expect to return to Boston the latter part of he monh. Rcmilar meetini? of local 423 of pn- II gineers will be held in Miles' hall Mon day evening, April 12, at 7 o'clock. Members are requested to attend. This ( is of great importance. ; E. j. Rutter, optometrist, will be at i the Bout well- Milne & Varnum board ing hoase, Tuesday and Wednesday,; the 13th and 14th. 'Call and have yourl i eves examined. atfv. Regular meeting of division No. 3. A. j O. II.. will be held Tuesday evening, i April 13, at 7 o'clock. Buines of im I portance. All members pleafe attend. ! Per order pre.-iilent. Regular meeting of council 253. L'l'nion tit. John Baptiste d'Ame rique. Tucsdav, April 13, at 7 p. m. embers are requested to attend. Per order secretary. EAST BARRE Regular meeting of local 423 of en gineers will be held in Miles' ha.ll Mon day evening, April 12, at 7 o'clock. Members arrf requested to attend. Thi' is of great importance. WEBSTERVILLE , :- Regular meeting of local 423 of en gineers will be held in Miles' hall Mon day evening, April 12, at 7 o'clock.' Members are requested to attend. This is of great importance. MOTHERS ! DON'T PUT YOUR JEWEL IN A POOR SETTING I IP Set your jewel in a I.loyd Loom Wove no superiors, no equals at any price. First placed on this market and still sold bv SADLIER OITFITTER. ri RMTX'RE. FLOOR COVERINGS AND CLOTHING It Keith Araitaa, Barra. Vu GOOD CREDIT IS GOOD Saturday Values Self-Raising Pancake Flour in bulk, lb oc Van Camp's Tall Milk, cash and carry. . .2 for 25c Campbell's Soup, all kinds, cash and carry, 2 for 25c Bee Brand Tomatoes, cash and carry, per can. . 15c Broken Rice, clean and nice, per lb 10c 10 cakes of Fels Naphtha Soap, cash and carry, 75c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Pies, Mince, Raisin, Apple and Lemon, each.. 20c Dixie Fruit Cake, 15c; Cream Sponge Cakes. . ISc Orange Cakes, 25c; large Jelly Rolls ISc Cream Bread and Graham Bread at the store. . 14c Raisin Bread. 12c; Parker House Rolls 15c Cream and Marshmallow specials for Saturday. MEAT DEPARTMENT SATURDAY SPECIAL ROAST BEEF, Best Western, per lb 35c Smoked Shoulders, 6 to 10 lbs. each, per lb.. . 25c Home-Made Pork Sausage, per lb 30c Pig's Liver, per lb 10c, 3 lbs. for 25c Fresh Spinach. Lettuce, Celery, Cauliflower, Cab bage and Cranberries. MONDAY SPECIAL Over 2 lbs. of Table Beets in a No. 3 sanitary can, ready (o use, at half the price of Beets to-day. Per can, Monday Special 15c THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO BUY FLOUR. The F. D. Ladd Company )