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These beautiful days of spring bring to mind
that soon we will be getting out on the porch
to spend. the evenings, . -
This is where? WICKER FURNITURE proves
of greatest value. Very comfortable and good
looking, yet the ravages of sun, wind and ram
do not harm it like Mahogany, oak, and highly
polished woods.
We are showing a complete Suite of : DIVAN,
Also: CHAIRS and ROCKERS in matched
pairs, and in separate pieces.
Our line of the FAMOUS VUDOR PORCH
SHADES is now ready to show, together with
a good line of PORCH HAMMOCKS.
Clt nim .am. u bona-drivm ambulance s ditnc. ealla at naaonabla
30x3 $14.00
30x3 Vi $16.50
Other sizes equally low. We are offering you the benefit
of our early buying and believe we are giving you the best
purchase on the market to-day.
Obtain our prices before you buy elsewhere.
Everything in a Whirl
An agonizing headache puts every
thing in a whirl. The world goes round
in dizzy girations. A headache is a
bad thing at any time and in any sys
DERS banish headaches, be they from
stomach faults, nerve faults, or other
wise. A simple commodity, easy to
take, contains no narcotics, and is per
fectly safe. A good thing to depend
Price 25 cents
Drown's Drug Store
43 North Main Street
N. D. Phelps Co.
Pay fancy price8 for your auto tire when you can buy Em
pire Non-Skid 6,000-mile Fabric Shoes and 8,000-mile Cords
right here in Barre at prices which will surprise you?
Come in and see our tires.
For Cash
i Bi
j Phone 28 - - Brre'
Claire Ward of Moretown was a
business visitor in Barre yesterday.
Special car for Barre after dance at
armory, Montpelier, to-night. Carroll's
orchestra. adv.
Charles A. Spear of Park street re
turned last night from a short business
visit in Boston.
Tonight, Griffith' "Scarlet Day,"
Bijou theafre. One show at 7:30. Reg
ular prices. adv.
Auction sale of Mrs. Kdmund Cro
teau's goods at 138 Brook treet ex
tension Friday at 1 p. m. adv.
A good second-hand, upright piano,
full sj'ze, mahogany case, in fine condi
tion and cheap, if sold t once. Bailey'
Minie Booms.
Mrs. Harold Cutler and daughter of
Newton, Mass., are visiting Mrs. Cut
ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Hooker, for a few weeks.
A ludy visiting friends says, ."Paris
ian Sage, is the best thing I have ever
used to make my hair wavy, lustrous
and abundant. It keeps away all dan
druff and stops itching." E. A. Drown
sells it on money-back plan. adv.
The regular monthly meeting of the
mission study class of the Church of
the flood Shepherd will be held with
Mrs. Harry Dale, Green street, to-nior-row
night at 7:30. A good attendance,
is desired, as delegates will be elected
io the meeting to be held in Rutland
next week. !
Concert at Montpelier city hall Fri
day evening at 8:15 by Martinelli, the,
famous tenor, and Miss Marsh, contral
to. Speoial cars leave Barre at 0:45
and 7:30. Those who can should plan
to take the 6:45 car. Buy reserved
eats to-day at Bailey's Music Rooms.
Last evening about 7:30 squad A of
the Barre fire department responded to
a fire call from 75 Prospert treet, the
home of George L. dimming. A rag
ing chimney fire in the four-tenement
house had caused the occupants to
send in the alarm. Tq this place the
squad made a quick run, and after
emptying the contents of two hand
chemicals extinguished the blaze. The
house is owned by E. T. Mower of thi
Miss Evelyn Phelps, who for some
months has been engaged in social
service -work under the Red Cross at
the United States naval hospital, Chel
sea, Mass., arrived at the home of her
father, H. A. Phelps, lat night and
will remain in Barre for an indefinite
time. A friend. Miss Margaret Hodges
of Boston, a field worker for the Red
Cross, who is in Vermont on a business
trip, is expected at the Phelps home
to-night for a visit.
A surprise party was tendered to Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Wiquest of Graaite
ville Saturday evening, in honor of
itheir 2Sth -wedding anniversary. The
evening was enjoyably kpent playing
cards and dancing, after which a
dainty luncheon was served. At the
i lose of the evening, in a few appropri
ate remarks in commemoration of the
occasion, Mrs. Herbert Harp presented
the host and hostess a beautiful chair
from their immediate family and a
purse of money from their friends, to
which they both feelingly responded.
Miss Florence Holland, a teacher in
the Barre schools, is soon to be mar
ried to Frank Brady of Bakersfleld, and
last Saturday evening a shower was
given in ner nonor ai jionipum, i.ir
party being described by the Mont pel-1
ier Argus as follows: "A shower was i
itr ven in honor of -Miss riorence. Hol
land, a teacher in the Barre schools,
at the home of Mis KH lackey,
.Seminary hill, last Saturday evening.
Miss Holland sTent the afternoon with
local friends, and was invited to Miss;
! lackey's home to pass the evening.
On arriving there sue was great ly sur
prised to find the house filled with a
delegation of 30 io 40 young people
from Barre, Xorthfield and Montpelier,
and that the party was in her honor.
The evening was most enjoyably spent
in games, music, singing and refresh
ments. Miss Holland is to marry
Frank Brady of Bakersfield.'
Regular meeting of Barre
aerie I, .'.73, F. O. E., Thurs
day evening at 7 o'clock
hhsrp. Election of officers.
The Out-of-Doors is Calling
1 1 IWfeXffw r&
n $14. m
Even if you do not "go in for
golr or tennis, sport costumes
will be so universally worn this
season, you will need a pair of
jaunty Sportbhoesto add the
hnal outdoor touch.
The Woman s Tan
Russia Sport,
A . .
pictured is
designed for
perfect foot
freedom and
comfort yet styled as smartly as if intended for formal
wear. Wing tip ; perforated trimmings ; and over-weight
rubber sole, heavily ridged to insure against slipping. A
trim, durable shoe that harmonizes well with any sport
Ordr br Mail Parfect Fit Guaranteed
Oar Nw
Sprimg 47 Temple PUc, Boston, Mass.
SSS home ,wl
Regular meeting of
Barre post. No. 10,
American Legion, will
be held at 7:30 on
Wednesday night in
the rew flub rooms,
Church street. Per or
der George S. DeMereil, adjutant.
Remember the reduction sale on all
millinery. Mrs. E. A. Witham.
Mrs. A. V. Bilodeau of Granituville
vsiited friends in this city yesterday.
Dance in How-land hall every
Wednesday and Saturday. Landi'i or
chestra. adv.
Don't miss Griffith' big special at
Bijou theatre to-night. One tdiow only
at 7:30. adv.
Gasoline 31 !4 cents a gallon. We
also sell motor oils. G. Tasetto, 517
North Main street
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Goorffeliow went
by auto yesterday to Ryegate to pass
a few days with friends.
The Athena club will meet with Mrs.
Florence Veale, 19 Liberty street, Fri
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Joseph Eraser of Ayers street left
yesterday for Carthage, . X. Y., to be
employed in the paper mills.
Hugh Christ io of Merchant street
went to Piattsburg. X. Y, yesterday,
having found -work at his trade in the
granite industry.
The Indies and pastor's union of the
Methodist church will meet with Mrs.
John Trow, IP2 Washington street, on
Thursday at 2:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. N. X. Morse of Ran
dolph are passing a few days in this
nltv as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
S. Parks on Averill street.
long distance and general trucking;
track is also equipped to carry parties;
will aeat between 15 and 20 people. All
pneumatic tires. Granite City Bottling
William Dewey, who is working in
Schenectady, X. V., at his trade as a
stonecutter, passed the week end with
relatives here, and returned to Xew
York last evening. . .
Mrs. Lillian Sullivan of Averill
street has resumed her duties as nurse
at the Henry Fifleld home in Mnt
pelier, after a few days' absence caused
by illness in her family.
Leo Sawyer of the Quinlan block has
gone to Barton to be employed. He
was accompanied by David Alphinstone
of Xorthfield, who' also expect to se
cure employment there.
Alexander Falconer, a prominent
quarry owner of Quincy, Mass., is
stopping at Hotel Barre while attend
ing the wage conference being held at
Montpelier between representatives of
the Granite Producers' assoriation and
the International Quarrymen's asso
ciation. Mr. Falconer is a member of
the committee of the Producers' a-o-ciation,
being a delegate from the
Quincy Quarry Owners' association.
Papers were passed yesterday in the
D. A. Perry Real Estate oflioe, where
by Bessie H. Roach conveyed two par
cels of properly in Graniteville, one be
ing a cottage house with land connect
ed, to Fred C. Donald. The other par
cel is a cottage house with land, to
Angus A. and Jane McLeod. In both
instances the parties buy for a home
and plan to take immediate possession.
Trust Your Complexion
To Cuticura
The majoritr of skin snd scslp troubles
might be prevented by un, Cuticura
Soap exclusively (or all toilet purposes.
On the eliahtest smn of redness, rouKh
ness, pimples or dandruff, apply a liule
Cuticurs Ointment. IV) not (ail to include
the exquisitely scented Cuticura Talcum
in your toilet preparations. 25c everywhere.
iMkrmktM.r, ASrirm: "Oxttnf
LlktrilJrMt D.pt llf MiUii Sui ." 8ollr;-
'..r Buap 26c. OtntDMnl ill lui Me. Talma 2Se.
0HTCuticwa Soap kaM without nil.
Rusiness men's lunch at Shepard
cafe. adv.
Hats for everybody. Mr. Shallow, 6
Forsythe place. adv.
Grand May ball, Gilbert's hall, up
per Graniteville, Friday evening. May
14. Music, Carroll's orchestra, six
pieces. Dancing from 8 till 1. Refresh
ments will be served. Admission, (1
per couple, ladies free. adv.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Leary. who have
been spending the past month at the
home of Mrs. O'Leary parents, have
returned to their home in Worcester,
Mass. Mr. O'Leary was formerly Miss
Maggiebell Mclellan. They were ac
companied back by Miss Mayme Me-
Lilian, who will spend a lew weens
vacation with her sisters.
Mrs. Herbert Harp of Richmond, Ind.. 1
who is visitimj t present in Harre and I
vicinity, spent the week end at the j
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Allaire. .
Preaching service in the Presbyte-j
rian church -Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday evenings at 7 oYhx-k prepara- j
tory to communion service next Sun
day. !
Friend of Mrs. William Maraulay
will be glad to hear that she has gained
in strength since returning home from
Ilarre. '
A n was born Tuesday to Mr. and i
Mr. William Christie of upper (iranite- ',
is a paying investment Letting youi home "run down" will
prove costly economy w hen the bill for repairs comes in. Save
your home from the wear and tear of weather and hard usage
and it will save you money in the end. Don't forget that a
house we'l-painted will rent or sell for 20 per cent rnqre tha
.the house that shows lack of care.
yThe wise property owner looks carefully to the paints and
arnishes that he ues for he knows tnat thoe that give the
greatest length, cf itrvke will, in the long run, always mean a
saving of dollars and cents. That is the common-sense busi
Be5 reason behind the wide u-e of
i TDV-TS 12 XT' 1 d. I'AliMS AiMJ
' They have proved thrm-e!vr mcr.ry ?avers to I'he uer, and
the earrfu! buyer ( pant and varniih looks for the Rogrrs
Another Royal Suggestion
From the New ROYAL COOK Book
the children
romD in huncry as
young bears, here are some
wholesome, economical de
lights that will not only be
received with glee, but will
satisfy the most ravenous
hppetite in a most whole
some manner.
cup shortening
I cups usr
cup rr.iik
i trasrtoon irrat Burma
IteRspoort vanilla extrtct or
!! rind of i lemoa
4 eups flour
I tn spoons Royal Caking
Cream shortening nd sugar
together; add milk to beaten
eggs and beat again; add
slowly to creamed ahorten
in(f and srtgar; adJ nutznej
and flavoring: add a cup
flour sifted with baking pow
der; add enough more flour
to make iti.T dough. Roll out
ery thin on floured board;
cnt with cookie cutter, sprin
kle with sugar, or put a raisin
or a piece of English walnut
in the center cf each. Bake
about 12 minutes in hot oven.
Cocoa Drop Cakes
4 tMsrea ahortejUnc
1 tip usax
H cup m :ic
njpi four
J t,r-.-n rtoyal BaklBC
4 m r
tiioa vus'.Tla eztr&ct
Atssluicly Pure
Cream shortening; add sugar
and well-beaten egg; beat
well and add milk slowly; sift
four, baking powder, salt and
cocoa into mixture; stir until
smooth, add vanilla. Put one
tablespoon of batter into
each greased muffin tin and
bake in moderate oven about
SO minutes. Cover with boiled
idDg' Orange Cakes
C tablespoons (bortenlKg
1 cup suirar
i cip mills
S cups flour
t tepoons Royal Baking
H teaspoon sslt
1 tspn"n orsnre extract
f rated nod of 1 oraof
Cream shortening; add ogr
llowly, beatitg well; add milk
a little at a time; then add
well-beaten eg; sift flour,
baking powder and salt to
gether and add to mixture;
add favoring and grated
orange rind; mix well. Bake
in greased shallow tin, or in
dividual cake tins, in hot
oven IS to 20 minutes. hr
cool coyer with range icing.
Jut off ths pre anJ At
tho r b'""-. T.:s
rw Poy Cok Iioflt Cf"
t nine ' in'mtfU t
rir. will Bt to y
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Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield
Adams Company
Opens Wednesday, May 12
Dainty, Fresh and Attractive
These Undermuslins are sure to please, the woman looking for something
dainty and durable, at prices that are unusual for these distinctly excep
tional values.
Both the camisole top
style with ribbon
straps and the hand
kerchief top.
Fine Nainsook
Windsor Crepe
$1.25 to $3.00
Night Gowns
Slip-over styles, and also button-front with
tiny set-in or kimono sleeves and long
sleeves. Daintily finished with pretty lace
and nice hamburgs.
Generously cut, fin
ished plain at knee and
with ruffle.
Fine Muslin,
Windsor Crepe
$1.00 to $2.50
White Skirts
A beautiful assortment to choose from, both
Hamburg and Lace Trimmed, with dust
$1.59 to $3.50 $1.75 to $6.00
Philippine Night Gowns and Chemise
with the dainty hand-scalloping, hand-finished hems and seams. Made of a
very fine soft nainsook and beautifully embroidered as only Philippine wom
en can embroider. Prices, 2.25 to 6.00
Silk Lingerie
Camisoles Envelope Chemise
Envelope Chemise of heavy Crepe de Chine
in simple tailor-made styles and ribbon
shoulder straps, also built up over shoulder
with handkerchief top style of finish. Dain
tily embroidered with pretty colors. These
make ideal graduation gifts and are sure
to please and look pretty under any gown.
Camisoles of Flesh Pink Washable Satin
and Crepe de Chine. Two distinct styles,
the Slip-over style and those that open
down the front. Some have ribbon straps
over shoulder and others are built up on
the shoulders and finished with fine lace.
All are very dainty and pretty. Prices,
$1.25 to $4.00
$3.50 to $8.00
Special During May Sale
$5.98, $5.50, Regular Prices
Sale Price,
188 N. Main St.
The Daylight Store
Barre, Vermont
Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Kecne, N. H. Barre, Vi.
(Iran.! Mav ball. JiilVrf. liall. up
per OanitoviHe. Friday himuijit. May
14. Muic. Carroll' irohflra. n
pieoM. naming from 8 till I- RefreMi
menU will he mtt1. AdmiKn, l
jx-r couple, lad frf. adv.
Notion hav Won p-wted railing a
ramim f thr Ri-ptiMi.an voters of
She town at town hall on May 15 at S
oVIm-k to elect delegate to the re
publican tte convention to be held
at Montpelier on Mar 2.
Ir. AiniwoHh i improving in
health. Mr. Harvey of Barre. h
came when Mr. Kuih Martin finished
work to becm in the .tore, i to i
main (or a time.
;len and I.eon McAlK-ter are bark
in town with two International tru.k
that were left at Koue Point, X.
Y.. lat week, on account of ferric, not
bring then ojH n.
Albert M. tJooJrHO ha beea ap
pointed administrator of the estate c-f
Catherine S. .f.ne. with C.eore K.
Willwr and Carcel A. Bonn a com
dohn ( armin.lt i b fini-hed work for
the Wiir.am-town Co . and he and hi
wife are tt work for Fred A'.grr.
Krfn'ar meeting of the band rt
Monday evening t practice inu f-T
Memorial 5.
The S.r of Veteran, are to ait
the member, of the 1. A. K- in .arty
ing ot the MWruiKT of JUrn'rinl
dv thi. ear. anS lie fitinttec in
.have ha.' ea.'.e.d Ir. F. C Anff.-ll of
liando'ph a. 'he rr of the Uy.
- ; w. :n the -rrv . ,nrr
nt h.. a hgh teputatio a- a puh.ic
At tnettii.g of i.e Ir-.iMee -f 'he
pnl,'i, !.-ary .t ek. ft-e A V--t,n
w. rt'-'r-i .!mo of tVe biard.
w !r. - F. ln.nn . tte.uret.
and Ann e l YVt r e-ievrv. It
,ej ft tte 1 b-arian. Mr. Anie
lUitd: , yi pr year all i.on.i a'aiy.
piece. Duncing from 8 till Rcfrcyh
ment. will be vrved. Admission, $1
per couple, ladies free. adv.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Washington Agricultural association
will lie held on Saturday, May Io. at
town clerk V office, at 7 p. rti. K. M.
Seaver. accretary.
'J IUE Wlliu.i
r I. Zm -j.lLie : II
ror!ef.nt..In.1ld..dOewlniChndr I
aa Subititutea.
Rich Mitk. M.rte Qrln Kitrvrt In Powder
fo Cooking Nouriahing-Dif aMibba
n AniMiToy
Toilet Paper, 650 sheets to the roll. See it in our
window. This lot at 3 rolls for 25c
York State Evaporated Apples in bulk, lb.
Evaporated Peaches in bulk, per lb 25c
Choice Evaporated Apricots in bulk, per lb. . . . 35c
Not a Seed Raisins in packages, each 20c
Currants in full weight packages, each 25c
Sun Maid Seeded or Seedless Raisins, pkir. ... 25c
Iure Cream of Tartar in quarter lb. packages 20c
For Dessert
PUDDINE, Chocolate, Lemon, Orange and
Kosc Vanilla flavors, each 10c
Jiffv Jell, aborted flavors 2 for 25c
Jfllycon. fruit flavors 10c each. 3 for 25c
.Minute Tapioca, eay to prepare 2 for 25c
The F. D. Ladd Company
"Bake with Royal and be Sure
fradc Mark on every ca.
It,i tT h. I '.. -;tt b". v-
The Smith &Cumings Co., Inc. gL
rer mk ir.V. F-t.r e.ew c. Mav

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