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Good Rug Values:
Imperial Wilton, 9x12 $97.75
Colonial Velvet, 9x12 .00
Turkestan Wilton, 9x12
Body Brussels, 9x12 jjj-J?
Bussorah Axminster, 8-3x10-6 5o.2a
Jasper Axminster, 9x12 44-
Eureka Tapestry, 8-3x10-6 23.38
Wool-Fiber, 9x12 23-8J
Wool-Fiber, 9x12 I9-1
Wool-Fiber, 9x 9 17-00
Wool-Fiber, 9x12 14-03
15 Per Cent Reduction on all Rugs.
Office Equipment
We are exclusive agents in this vicinity for
the well-known VAN DORN Steel Office Equip
ment. Let us quote you prices.
City ntu iuu aa bona-drivm rakUnel dUUac. ctiU t rwMnikl
term. Telephone IT-W.
r Blood
JU$T VP ONE FLIGHT Tht null axpeasM mn big Mrlmj U yt
.Enrich You
Ric red blood is absolutey necessary for good
health, comfort, peace, of mind and happiness.
If your blood is in proper condition it will do
away with that tired out, eleeply feeling.
Drown's Compound
Syrup ' of Hypophosphites
It is' one creator of new blood that deserves all
the praise which we give it. It purifies, enriches,
stimulates the blood because it contains the blood
making and tissue forming elements that are
quickly taken up by the system and which pro
duce health, vigor and vim. Fully guaranteed to
be just as represented and worth every penny
we ask for it.
Drown's Drug Store
48 Nerth Main Street
No. io Miles Bid., Phono 364-R Over Red Cross Pharmacy.
Saturday Closing Out Sale
of all Ready-to-Wear Garments at Prices Regardless of
What They Cost.
Fine Waists Two special lots of Georgette and
Crepe de Chine, flesh, white, etc $4.75 and $6.75
Outing Gowns, now $1.95
Union Suits, $2.25 values, now $1.48
Fleeced Hosiery, pair 33c
Special Sale of Towels
There's Grern Mountain brand pun Pork Sausage,
juicy, tender, delicious; egg or' hot cakes if you like a
steaming cup of our fresh roasted Coffee, toast and a bit
of luscious fruit a happy start for any day.
Bag Sausage, per lb 23c
Link Sausage, per lb 28c
Vesh Roasted Coffee, per lb 25c to 40c
Grape Fruit,' large, heavy, each 15c
Oranges, per do '. 35c to 65c
Bananas, per lb 14c
The Hens are back on the job! After the storace eggs
of the past months it is like a breath of Spring to taste the
first fresh-laid egg. Cash and carry, other words for thrift,
per doz 58c
Fresh Meats -
The kind that eats good nnl is gctrfi to eat.
Veal Lamb IWf
Pork Native Chickens
Don't forget Fresh Grated Horse Kad!h.
The W. D. Smith Company, Inc.
Succe?sors to
When down this way try our ice
cream and todns the way we serve
them. Iiarre Drug Co.
Mrs. P. D. Ladrt of South Barre,
who ha'i been serloimly ill for the pant
week, in glowly gaining.
The Frank McWhorter Co. can
you a winter overcoat now at a lower
price than next season. adv.
Dunce every Saturday night Mont
pelier armory. Carroll's orchestra. Spe
cial car to Barre after dance. adv.
Regular meeting of the I. O. 0. L.,
M. V will be held in K. of P. hall
Friday, Feb. 11, at 7 p. m. Refresh
ments. Masquerade dance for benefit Sat
urday Feb. 12, at Socialist hall. Col
lins' 'orchestra. Admission, 50c; ladiea
free. adv.
A nice line of silk and utraw hats
for early spring. All my winter bats
at 50c. and $1 for Saturday only. Mrs.
Carroll. adv.
A large shipment of exceptionally
sweet Indian River oranges just ar
rived, 05c value, special price for Fri
day and Saturday, 4Uc a doien. Mar
chetti'a Fruit Store. adv.
The funeral of Guy Hunt, who died
yenterdav morning at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Griffith, will be held
from the Griffith home Sunday a 12
o'clock. The body will be taken to
South Duxbury for interment.
Miss Florence Lcl'age of Prospect
street lat evening loft for Boston to
utnd a few day with relatives. Miss
Gertrude Soutuwoodv of PoBt Mills
joined her and will likewise remain
with relatives over the week end.
The challenge from the "Hardly
Able" Checker club for a tournament
is accepted by the Vinoitia club and
yuincy H. Perry will represent the
club to arrange a match. (Signed)
Vincitia club tournament committee.
Deal was consummated yesterday
whereby Mrs. Weorpianna IVBlois of
3 Maple avenue sold her property at
lrt Maple Grove street to Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence K. Foley of .'170 North Main
street. , Consideration not mentioned.
Mr. and Mrs. Foley buy for a home
and will occupy the property in the
nearly spring.
John Harris began work this morn-
Ina aa u I. a rnr ill thl PilAU Unrhpr
Alwnys something new at our soda
fountain. Kver try our coffee ice
cream with hot fudge or hot butter
scotch? Barro Drug Co.
Mrs. Charles G. Scott will sell her
household goods at private sale at 85
Avers street from 1:30 to 5 p. m. ev
erday day this week. adv.
Basketball, Rpaulding gym., S. JI. S.
freshmen vs. Burlington II. S. fresh
men, Friday evening, Feb. II. Game
called at 7:30. Admission, 25c; stu
dents, 20c. adc.
A large shipment of exceptionally
sweet Indian Kiver oranges just ar
rived, (15c value, special price for Fri
day and Saturday, 49c a dozen. Mar
chctti's Fruit Store. adv.
SOD AFO UNi" A IN 16 R S ALE - - The 1 8-ft,
onyx nJ marble fountain in tn bank
rupt Noyes fro it tor, baa mahoKanr back
bar with bwl plate mirrors, fully equipped
and rt-ela in every way. aleo a compiete
ire ercsm plant, speak quick if intereeted;
V. E. Ayree, trustre, Barre. Z80t2
FOB" SALE-three all plate sflaM counter
8 ft. easw, seven kwkin irlie. one .kri,
one frill, four h-nd-palnted pictures; E.
C. Geichell, eV Norefc' Stable. Barre, r
phone 8?S-J, Montpelier. ZS0tl
WANTED AT ONCE-Firitielaw utone cut
ter who also knows how to letter nii
carve, must be able to draw letters, to work
In monumental shop at West Hailetnn. Ta.,
earfure paid one way; apply to John A.
Hedber or Hedbersr GuUison, Burn
hams Meadow. .
LOST Thursday between Plainfleld and
Montpelier or Barre. Kord viol i-t ray aoto
lense and rim : finder pli aie notify K. Rom
Uale. PlainfieJd. phone b006-ll. 2MU
LOST Belt for"a Marmot fur coat; finder
pleaae leave at the Times office. 28011
FOR SALE Granite cutting: plant. Hard
wick, Vt. : write K. It. Fletcher. Wood
bury, VU K.i
ery. nine farms, four houiea, hay. hshtiiu
plants, furnace for nsle; G. H. Adanw.
South Barre. phone 827-X. H9tt
FOR SALE A derby roll-top deuli, practi
cally new j cau at cceniey atrai,
W.NTKDAT ONCEA" Vnod"plain""eook, a
kitchen arlrl and a chamber riH; apply
in person or telephone Bancroft Inn, Flarn-fleld.
The Times
Ofifers an
Service in
Your Wants,
What You
Have to Sell,
Or Exchange,
Or to Rent.
Try An Adv.
i The Times
The arguments were made In the
Washington county case of Harlan W.
Kemp vs. the estate of J. W. Broclt in
Vermont supreme court Thursday aft
ernoon. Thia case was appealed from
the commissioners, who allowed the
claim against the estate for $10,000,
which was the fund that was created
from the will of the late t. C. Put
nam, sr., for the benefit of Harriet
Putnam. The fund was not separated
from the estate and disappeared when
a settlement occurred in probate court,
so that when Mr, Kemp became trus
tee he brought an action to have the
estate of the bondsmen of Mr. Brock
ppy the face value of the fund.
Senator G. W. Wallis of Waitsfield
was in the city yesterday.
Donald Babbitt, editor of the Rut
land News, was a visitor at the legis
lature yesterday morning.
Raymond Briggs, county agent, is in
Roxbury on county matters connected
with work in his department.
Benjamin Gates, state, auditor, has
been in Kutlanf this week auditing
The Knights of Pythias, at their reg
ular meeting last evening, completed
arrangements for observing the 57th
anniversary of the organization of the
society in the country. This will take
place Monday evening, Feb. 21. The
eommittee of arrangements are Fred
Snmers, Robert Frost and John 11.
Stone. The Barre lodge will be in
vited to attend.
Mrs. Henry Gutchell went to Bur
liugton this morning for a visit.
Pean J. T. Hills of the state agri
cultural college, who has been in the
city this week, went to his home in
Burlington this morning.
Mrs. Eugene StnfVlevean. Mrs. G. V.
Vaimhan and Mrs. B. W. Daniels wept
to Middlesex this morning to attend
the regular gathering of the Rainy
Day club, so called, which was enter
tained by Mrs. A. C. Taplin to-dav.
The weather was favorable to the
name of the club. Although the above
ladies reside in Montpelier, they still
keep their membership in the club.
H. J. Conant of East Montpelier has
settled his account in the estate of
Fannie N. Little, bite of East M"nt
pelier. The will of Mrs. Celeste Rob
bins baa been proven in probate court
and Mrs. Maude I. DePutron, her
daughter, has been appointed execu
trix of the estate.
He Collected.
"T hear you were held up, Joe. How
did the robber act?"
"Oh. he was rnlm and rellceted." re
turned the victim who had loit vv
errything but hia clothes. Boston
The Yardstick of Value,
is earning capacity for a period of
years whether we have in mind in
vestments or men. Vninsured men are
of uncertain value. The reverse f the
proposition is equally true. National
Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual'. S. S Bal
lard, general agent, Rialto block, Mont
pelier, Vt.
Mrs. Ocorge Raid of Wollaston.Muss.,
after visiting for two months with rel
atives in Graniteville, to-day returned
to her home.
Mrs. VV. H. Paine of Summer street
leaves this afternoon for Chicago,
where she will make an extended visit
with her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Hosmcr.
Kind fate sent car number 52 of the
Barre and Montpelier Traction and
Power company climbing a ledge near;
tne Marvin rarm on ine wompeuer
road instead of down over a 30-foot
embankment with its 30 pasvngfrs
after it left the trncka yesterday after
noon. A wheel flange of the forward
truck broke, allowing the truck to
leave the rails. Fortunately the car
;was traveling only at a fair rate un
der control of motormau Jack Ander
son, and before it had maHe, much
headway towards the ledge was brought
to a halt. A car length beyond the
point at which it left the rails is a
steep bank, which it seems quite prob
able that the car would have plunged
over had the accident happened at this
point. As It occurred, nothing serious
resulted, the passengers sustaining a
light shaking up in the mishap. This
car left Barre at 1 :30 in charge of con
ductor Frederick Marron, who immedi
ately notified Superintendent Farrell at
the carbarn. Another car was sent to
the spot and the passengers trans
ferred, that they might continue their
travel to Montpelier. The derailed car
was put on the tracks again about an
hour later by a gang of workmen with
the repair car.
Here Is Your Chance to
Save Money
Sugar, 10 lbs 73c
j White Rice, 3 lbs 25c
Pea Beans, qt lie
Split Peas, lb Sc
Green Peas, lb 8c
Large can Tomatoes .... 1 7c
35c bottle Ketchup '28c
j 25c can Pumpkin r 15c
Evaporated Milk, large can 14c
35c can Corned Beef 25c
Campbell's Beans, 3 cans . 35c
( Campbell's Soup, 3 cans . . 35c
' Domino Golden Syrup, can 23c
30c can Smoked Herring . . 15c
! 45c can Kippered Herring. 35c
1-lb. can Snowdrift 20c
1 45c can Pineapple t 38c
1 50c can Peaches 3Sc
;35c can Blueberries ..... 28c
50c can Cherries 40c
j 45c Strawberries .... 38c
;35c can Plums 2Sc
! 1-qt. jar Jam m. 55c
35c jar Jam ". 28c
11-oz. can Guaranteed Bak
; ing Powder 15c
Post Toasties, 2 pkgs. for 25c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 2 ;
pkgs. for 25c
j Mincemeat, 2 pkgs. for . . 28c
Minute Tapioca, 2 pkgs. for 25c
1-lb. pkg. Dried Apples . . 25c
3 large rolls Toilet Paper. 25c
Dried Peaches, 25c rkg. . . 19c
Heinz Pure Cider Vnegar,
j per gallon 38c
35c jar Apple Butter 28c
Star . Naphtha Washing
Powder 5c
Ivory SoaD Flakes, 3 pkgs. 20c
Export Borax Soap. 10
, cakes 60c
I Good sized Grape Fruity 2
I for 25c
i Bananas, per lb 12s
i AH kinds of Fresh Western
Beef at low prices.
T. C. McCarty & Son
j 107 South Main St., Tel. 6-J.
Rockland Reading Framingham
Leominster ' Hyde Park Wakefield
Saturday, Feb. 12
What Does This Mean to You?
It means that for $1.00 you will be able to get, in any of the ADAMS COM
PANY STORES, at least, as much NEW MERCHANDISE, as much REAL
VALUE, as you could have had for $2.00 in 1920.
We want to show you TWENTY SPECIAL LOTS that our buyers have been
able to secure for this ONE DAY ONLY. These, together with OTHER SPE
CIAL VALUES which we haven't time nor room to itemize here, show what
can be bought from BOSTON, NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA manufac
turers only in quantities sufficient for the demands of the entire ADAMS SYN
Women's Hosiery, an extra
fine lisle hose, black only, 69c
value, three pairsfor
Women's Jersey Vests and
Pants, good quality neeced
lined garments, $1.25 value,
two pairs for
Women's Flannellette Gowns,
extra heavy quality, value
$2.50 and $2.75, take off
Women's Windsor Plisse
Gowns, flesh only, for this
sale only
.Women's Cotton Gowns of
good durable cotton, this day
Sash Curtains of C. T. N.
muslin, good length and full
ness, two pair for
Dress Shields a well-known
make of first quality mate
rials, regular 50c value, four
pairs for
"Adams" Hair Net, a real hu
man hair net, good size and
guaranteed, for this day only,
14 for
Bloomers A fine quality
flesh satine bloomer, hem
stitched ruffle and pocket, $2
LOT 10
Children's Gingham Dresses,
made from the well-known
Park-hill ginghams, this day
'only, take off
LOT 11
Aprons with double front,
made of best quality percale
and fine workmanship, three
LOT 12
Beads of fine cut glass in a
splendid range of colors, $2
LOT 13
PocketbookE A fine quality
tooled leather book, $2 value
LOT 144- :
Petticoats, taffeta flounce,
heatherbloom top skirts in a
fine range of colors, $3.98
value, take off
LOT 15
Pillow Slips, 42-36, the well
known "Hill" quality, 3 for. .
LOT 16
Corsets Lines of corsets
that we have discontinued, to
make room for our new
spring number, for this day
take off
LOT 17
36-inch Bleached Cotton, ex
tra fine quality, limited quan
tity, 25c value, for this day
only, six yards for
LOT 18
30-Inch Scotch Ginghams,
regular 79c quality, two yard
1S8 N. Main St.
The Daylight Store
Barrt. Vermont
VY ton
The Best Yet
Friday and Saturday
This week we made another big
buy on heavy Western Beef and we
are going to give the public still bet
ter values than last week.
Heavy Western IWf. chuck 15c
Heavy WVMmi IWf. tuck 10c
Western Hound Steak 25c
Western Hump and Sirloin Steak 45c
Western Hoast Beef, Kih Koasta 30c
Fore Quarter Lamb, whole 20c
Leg Spring Lamb . . .' 33c
Veal Pot Koast 20c 22c
Ifnast Veal 30c 35c
IJaccn. sliced 40c; whole, strips 35c
Whole llama, home cured 35c
IWf Sausage 20c
Pork Sausage 25c
Salt Pork 20c; -n. lot 16c
Celery. Lettuce. Canliilowrs. Parol-'y. Spinach, Parsnips,
IIubtard Squash, lUddwiii Apj'hs.
Presents from Editors.
' It. is my on ryrt that I didn't
Worn,- a jKK't."
'ilad you iluiv , my buy, yon
would he rn1' by t!ie hundred."
Boston TrnnM'ript.
10c; 3 ltis. for
7c; 4 hs. for
45c; !'-'1i. Lag for
151 n Kos Rice, per ,
Broken Hice. r"r M
ti'i-iit and Yellow Peas. 3 Hh. for
Split IVa. per In
HoJIed Oat. 10 Jbs. for . .
Two package Po-tii s
(;,lhn Nucffett CofiW. prr !!.. ... 35c; A !t). f
Dranpe p.-ko Tea. pi r It, 33c; : H,. fr
I-arg can Snyder ' Tomato Soup
Wh;T- Hour A para gut T;
No. -I ran Spinach and Dandelions
No. can Fearless Pmespple, sliced or prated ..
No. 3 can Pumpkin
Jal. can Apple
On Pl jl-erri'
L.hWy' Mirccmet. package
Can lV-he. pr IS
C. H. Cros' Brtad
Houghton & Robins
. . . . 25c
. . . . 25c
. . . . 25c
.... 10c
. . . . $4 00
.... 25c
. . . . $1.00
... $100
. . . . 15c
. . . . 20c
.... 25c
.... 40c
.... 18c
.... ZD?
30c 40c
.... 15c
Very Low Prices for
' Saturday Only
'Granulated Supar, 10 Iba.. 75c
Good Western Beef Steak,
lb 30c
Boil Beef, It) 12c to 20c
Roast Beef, It) 25c to 30c
Pork Shoulder, Roast, It).. . 23c
Pork Loins, lb 26c, 30c
Pork Sausage, lb 21c
Salt Pork. Ib 20c
Ham Shoulder, lb 19c
Ham to fry, tb 33
Frankfurta, Ib 22c
Nut Oleomargarine, Ib. . . . 28c
White House Coffee, Ib. . . 37c
Chase & Sanborn Coffee . . 37c
Champlain Coffee, Ib. ... 2c
Matches, 12 pkffs. for 45c
Good Dairy Butter, Ib. . . . 54c
Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz.. . 59c
Rolled Oats. Ib 5c
Com Meal, Ib 5c
Graham Flour, Ib c
Sunbrite Cleanser, 2 cans. 5c
Comp. Lard. No. 5 pail . . 6.
Pure Lard. 5-Ib. net pail. $1.00
Everyday Evaporated
Milk, can He
Good Oranges, dozen 48c
Grape Fruit, each 10c
Lemons, dozen 30c
Bananas, dozen 43c
Pil!?bury Hour, tb! $12.00
Gold Medal Flour, bbl. . .$12.00
Don't mif thoe prices. If
you are a little too far from
jut call us up on the rhone and
e will deliver your orders fret
of charge. Don't forget the
Hiddcr Hablirp
2S-"0 Prospect St., Tel. 533-M.
Good Values at Ladd's
Mill: Crackers, in five-pound can, per It) 20c
3 rbs. best Rice 25c 4 rbs. Broken Rice .
3 rbs. Tapioca 23c 3 lbs. Dried Teas . .
Ladd Special Coffee . 10c Good Coffee, lb
10 cakes of Babbitt's Best Soap for 63c
Flour is a good purchase at our price.
Baked Beans, per qt. . . 20c; Brown Bread ... 10c
Uutton Pies, Custard Slices, Cream Puffs, Choco
late Eclairs, Tarts, Turnovers and Fig Squares.
Idd's Cream Bread, uniformly good He
1 or Saturday Native Pork Roast . . 18c, 22c, 25c
Pork Chops, Ib. . 20c, 30c Pork Sausage, lb. . 20c
Hamburg Steak, lb.. 20c Butt Steak, lb 30c
Celery, Lettuce, Spinach and Radishes.
Nut Oleo 30c; Certified Margarine 33c
10 lbs. of Best Native Onions for 23c
Plenty of Farcy Fresh Fish for Saturday.
Oysters, Clams, Lobsters, Fresh Roes All kinds of
Lental Special.
Apples in hulk and by the basket.
The F. D. Ladd Co.
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