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THE BAHHE DAILY TIJIES, BAHHE, VT, , THUItSHAY, MARCH 2i, mi.
! i ! snii i Aht-jirvrsm h I , r i Thenebo - rr fflKill ' ar& here 1). U U.: M lit Hi ,1 a. .1 " " - - ' Our spring stock of the latest patterns of Wall Paper has just come in. Tile Washable Papers for the Kitchen. Some very good patterns for the Front Room and Hall. New Patterns in Rugs Latest patterns in the better grades of Ax minster Rugs. All sizes. Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets The Kitchen Help that saves miles of steps. Let us give you a demonstration in our store. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE BEKViCB Chr rtei Mm M harM-4riTi ambulance; iUtvut elU at raaamakto wu Tclphn IT-W. EASTER SAL -OF- JEWELRY Our entire stock of jewelry, cut glass, clocks, silver ware, etc. to be offered at prices which you can afford. This is not old stock, but stock that is new and clean, which we must reduce. See These Prices, Then Come and Buy AH sterling silver at 25 per cent discount. 1847 Rogers and Community tableware at 10 per cent discount. All clocks at 20 per cent discount. All cut glass, including Hawkes, at 20 per cent disc. All jewelry, including ladies' and gents' rings, scarf pins, brooches, pendants, cuff links, bracelets, chains, etc. at 25 per cet discout. Saturday Specials Diamonds and Watches As an especial " inducement, we will give some real prices on diamonds and watches. Look at These Blue White Diamond, set in platinum. 3-4 K. Diamond, $350 value at $285.00 3-16 K. Diamond, $60.00 value 44.75 3-8 K. Diamond, $175.00 value at 130.00 American Watches 21 jewels, ad j. five positions, 20-year gold filled case. $42.50 19 jewels, adj. three positions, 20-year gold filled case 33.23 Ladies' 20-year gold filled wrist watch, $27.50 value 21.00 Prices on other Diamonds and Watches accordingly. This is YOUR real chance 1 Don't miss it. The Hallmark Jewelers BELL & HOUSTON 161 North Main Street Barre, Vermont. EASTER El TE YOUR APPINE SS You will need Green Mt. brand Ham. It has that mild, delicious flavor which makes you want more. Whole, per lb 35c Sliced, per lb 35c to 55c For the Two Meatless Days HADDOCK COD HALIBUT MACKEREL SALMON FRESH HERRING BLUEFISH SMELTS Yes, Lobsters too, live ones, and Clams for steaming. Hot Cross Runs Yes, there will be Cross' Hot Cross Buns and a J New Easter Treat Ward's Hot Cross Fruit Loaf Richly spiced, luscious raisins, iced on top. The W. D. Smith Company, inc. Successors to SMITH & CUMLNGS CO. i TALK OF WE TOWN Trumbull' ice cream in brick at Runnell'. adv. ( Adam Wood of the, Bolster block U j confined to liis home with rheumatic fever. Women's kid gloves for Easter spe cially priced, $1.08 a pair, at Flits'; regular $2.08 value. adv. Remember your friend with a well chosen Kaste'r card. We have them. Hell & Houxton. Mias Hazel Abbott, student at (Jod dard eminary, left this morning for Boston to spend the Kaater reoes. Minn Kliitaheth Klannasran of (he Cioddard faculty left Wednesday for her home near 'Boston, where she will pass the Easter holidays.' Aprons, just thn kind you want, fan rywork, candy and cooked food at the Episcopal sale, Howland hall, after noon and evening, March 30. adv. The ladies' hospital aid society will hold another food sale Saturday, March 2i, in the store recently vacated by the People's National bank. Watch for further particulars. Miss Rena Wright, teacher of do mestic science at (Joddard seminary, left for her home in Lebanon, N. H., yesterday to remain until, after the Easter holidays. Be sure and take in the dance in Clan Gordon hall Saturday night. Mu sic something new. Admission, !0c; ladies, 15c. Given by associate members Meadow Brook Golf flub. adv. All those donating' food for the hos pital aid food sale Saturday please bring food as soon after 1 o'clock as possible to the store recently vacated by the Peoples National bank. Gorgeous costumes, beautiful scen ery, tuneful melodies, clever comedy and dainty dances are all combined in the season's most attractive offering, "Springtime," Barre opera house, April 5 and 6, auspices Barre Woman's club. adv. Will those who assisted in making the canvass of Barre and vicinity for the, purpose of having questionnaires filled out by disabled veteran leave their questionnaires at the Legion club house on or before Thursday evening, March 2."! Mrs. Georgianna DeBloin and chil dren of Maple avenue are contemplat ing leaving town in the near future. They expect to go to St.. .lohnsbury, where Mrs. TVWoi will enter business. She will sell her home place very rea sonable if sold at once. adv. Leo Messier arrived in the city from New Bedford. Mass., yesterday after noon to make a short visit with his brother, Alonzo, trap player in Car roll's orchestra. Mr. Mensiar was en route for Montreal, where he has ob tained a position as a violinist in a large theatre, either the Princes or the Imperial. He left for the Cana dian city early this morning. TALK OF THE TOWN Sunnvbrook farm cottage cheee i good for the "kiddies." Sold at La.ld's. adv. Women's kid gloves for Easter spe cially priced, $1.08 a pair, at Kitta'i regular $2,118 value. adv. The 100-cent clothes dollar is back, thanks to the transportation provided by the Royal Tiger. The Royal Tailor Man., Attention, Methodist Indies! Save papers and magazines and leave at 43 Elm street or notify Mr. Perkins. adv. 'Springtime" will soon be here! Ul.M Hi.ln't know about it? Why, res, it makes its Hrst appearance April 5 at opera house. adv. , For sale at Howland Mil, March 30, bags, baskets, handkerchiefs, laces, and some unique Japanese place cards, all from the foreign misstous. aui. Remember the hospital aid food sale KutnrHnv afternoon from 2 until fi o'clock in the Worthen block, corner of Keith avenue. Cook books on sale. The f(ur daughter of Mrs. Georgi anna DeBlois, Aurora. Jeannette, Doris and Luce, who are attending St. Ixmis convent at Wlnooski, returned home yesterday for their Easter vacation. BETHEL J. J. Nicholla Netted $1,000 cm 300 Hens During Past Year. J. J. Nicholls, who keeps 300 hens, practically the same number each year, and is this town's largest egg producer, talks interestingly of his business. Iast year he netted $1,000 from his sales. This was his best year. Eggs were the highest ever known in his experieniw, and he says, contrary to much talk that we hear, that the best profits are realized by egg producers when grain is high, t)at is to say when grain is high, eggs are proportionately higher. Mr. Nicholls sells directly to a Boston retailer. He considers this better for him than sending goods to commission houses. His 300 hens averaging some what over 100 eggs a day during the laying season, reach 200 a day at the crest of the season, but this is the maximum. GRAN1TEVILLE You will mis a musical treat if you fail to hear the local artists at the concert and ball to b held in the big gym, on Monday, March 28, under the auspices of Mystic circle. Overture at 8 o'clock prompt. Norm A Suitor's five niece orchestra in new and catchy dance music. Tickets. $1.2.") per couple; extra ladies, 25c. Refreshments, Mg time assured. Committee. adv. Carroll's six-piece orchestra will fur nish music for the dance at Gilbert's hall, Graniteville, Friday evening, April 1. Dancing from 8 till 1 tin the best dance floor in this vicinity. Refresh ments served. Admission $1.2.3 a cou ple, ex-tra ladies 25c adv. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Farrell have returned from Quebec, where they were called by the death of Mr. O'Farrell s mother. The Barnard Potato Growers' asso ciation yesterday shipped a carload of seed potatoes certified by the commis sioner of agriculture to buyers in Long Wand. Besides this shipment of ti50 bushel, the association last week shipped a carload of 8H) bushels to the same destination. The members are John C. Hathorn, N. W. JUthorn, N. C. Hall and brother, W. C. Woodard, L S. DuBois, D. R. Johnston and Wil liam Johnston. Noble Beckwith posit. American Le gion, gave a ball last evening. Gilaon's orchestra furnished the music. Rregiilar meeting of Barre aerie. No. fi13, F. O. E., on Thursday, March 24. at 6:30 m. A public meeting will addressed bv Charles T. Ijiird of Boston, deputy or ganizer of New England, at 8 o'clock. Memliers and all those interested in Eagledom are cordially invited. Re freshments will be served and a good time assured. Per order I. W. Warue. V. P. A regular meeting of subordinate court Barre, No. 3.317. will be held Friday, March 2", at 7 p. m." Per or der of recording ecre-tarv. THETFORD The freshman class in the academy gave a very successful entertainmont Friday evening, March 18, the main feature being tly court scene from "The Merchant of Venice." The parts were all well taken, the costumes at tractive, and the play was carried out with a dignity which indicated both natural ability and careful 'training. Following the program was a social hour, with ice rream on sale. Two members of the Lathrom family, mho lived on Thetford hill 40 year ago, came to town last week from Massachusetts, to accompany the re mains of their mother, which were placed in the North Thetford ceme tery. There will be special Easter services next (Sunday. John Rice has returned from Califor nia, arriving Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hill, who have occupied his house, are to move. F. E. Cox lias moved t Bradford. Arthur E. Clayton is soon to move to Hartland. Rev. F. W. Bates is in Boston this week to consult an eye specialist. Reirular meeting of Hia- 9 wlthl XnAcrr Vn. "0. I. O. O. F.. Thursday. March 24. Ini tiatory degree will be conferred mi a class of candidates. Large attendance is desired. Per order N. G. lis Special conclave of St. A1 demar commandery. No. 11, K. T., Thursday evening'. March 24, at 7:30 o'clock Work, Red Cross. Per order E. C. ADAMANT The play given by the Morse school dramatic club was enjoyed by all. We hope they come again sometime. Walter Smith has hcen having the cold and distemper o many are hav ing. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tohey have named their new bahy, Lucius Guy. Miss Winnie Patch ha returned home after spending a few days with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hatrgett, in WrighUville. Mr. Adams of Hyde Park visited Mr. and Mrs. Merl Lawrence Monday. Allen Scott of East Calais was a vis itor here Monday. Mr. Charlotte Hood ha returned to her work in Springfield. Dr. Hunt of Montpelier was here re cently, testing cattle. Helen LaCount, who ha been visit ing Mrs. Vcrn Patch, lias returnad to her home in Eat Calais. Earl Corli of Montpelier is spend ing a few days with hi grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.'Clarem-e White. Samuel Mcleod is working for Wal ter Patch. K. MACRAE ITo. io Mile Bid., Phone 364-R Orer Red Cross Pharmacy. To-day An Easter Sale of Suits and Coats Smart new models for Easter and spring wear at prices that mean savings of at least 25 per cent. (Sample models, no two alike) Alterations without extra charge. . Re sure and come in to-day. JCST VT 05E FLIGHT T aw a a rpatM a tig M1af U I t With UMI. remains PINK PILLS FO R PALE PEOPLE Your own druggist oll Dr. William Pink Pill. Writ t the Dr. William Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y for free booklet,"Building Up the Blood" i! Schools are closed for the Easter i vacation. The villuge school has only j one week and Mrs. Kent is speeding if it with relatives in Rochester. I $ . ADAMS COMPANY NORTH RANDOLPH Jerome Rons has been ill the past j J week. Donald rem i Helping Mr. Ross in his sugar place. Mr. ami Mrs. M. E. Barney and daughters. Doris and Esther, went on Monday to Khelbuine on a visiting trip. Thev will reside soon in Porte mouth, N.' II., where Mr. Barney has employment. Severn! farmers are sugaring in this vicinity. Will Dickinson is assisting D. I-:. Sargent in his sugar orchard. Eva Reed of East Brookticld wa a iruest of Mrs. James Wheatley a day last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Camp returned home Monday from a 10 days' trip through Concord and several places in Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fitt. Mrs. Flora Delano and Miss Belle Camp attended the funeral of Mrs. Emma Camp (wife of the late Milo B. Campi, held at the home of her sister, Mrs. Elijah Camp, in South Randolph. Alton Strickland returned to W home Sunday, after spending a week with bis grandparents. Miss Marjnrie Thayer is spending a few days of her vacation at G. T. Dearing's. Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Dickey, now re siding in Washington, sjwnt two fftys last week at Guy Durkee's. Miss Myrtie Durkee is assisting in the family of Rov Blaisdcll. : It . ! !t Monuments of the latest models at tractive and low priced. Write for de sign. J. O. Bilodeau A Co., Inc., Barre, Vt adv. t t Heard in Court. j Judge You say the prisoner is not insane, and vet fie is not in his right mind. How is that? Witness Lot of people, your honor, who are not insane are wronn-minded about everything. Boston Transcript, j tajULiLJfciiiiiiiwwiiiiriTi fit ISM m vrro VITK KtlLY Others may be cheaper in the beginning, but Kelly-Springfields are cheaper in the end. Try a set, and then be convinced. God Goods Srrie EASTER OFFERINGS SUITS w o I -o O ' s .179. P OAS WRAPS You will surely find your Suit here in our NEW and NOVEL display of ATTRACTIVE MODELS. TAILOR-MADE SUITS with all the details carefully worked out. BOXSUITS that look so smart and can be worn with or without the belt. BRAID TRIMMED SUITS so popu lar for the dressy occasion. COATS Some of the models show the NEW TUXEDO collars and the NEW ELONGAT ED NOTCHED collar. Coats are beautifully silk lined throughout. Silk stitching adds very effec tively to some of these suits. MATERIALS Tricotine Poiret-Twills Is These are beautiful em broidered effects. These are suits that depend upon tailoring alone for their ap peal. Novel and attractive effect added by the use of j braid and button fabrics 1 of the best and tailoring of the best. MATERIALS Heather Jersey Two-Tone Jersey Gabardine Serge The New Spring Wraps are so different you are sure to like them. After trying on one of these WRAPS one fully real izes the beauty and graceful charm of the NEW MODELS, which are developed in beautiful materials such as Chamoistyne that Bolivia-like fabric with a de lightful SHEEN and a DUVE TYNE finish. RAMONA which shows that soft richness not found in any other fabric. TRICOTINE, the ever popular materials for dressy wear. Thee WRAPS and WRAP COATS are developed in many beautiful models with FULL COMFORTABLE SLEEVES. NO SLEEVES OR THE SLEEVELETS. Extensive yet surely artistic use of SILK EMBROIDERY add to the garment, Luxuriatly silk-lined, full length giving such a beautiful finish. Suits $22.00 to 85.00 Wraps and Coats 15.00 to $69.50 SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES My ..IA JS4 f V II. G. Bennett Carre Garage Sarcastic Spouse. Hub (durinp quarrel i. You don't have o U-W me, I know all my hortoom injM and my weaWnefae and detects. Wife Then you know a ureat dial. Ikwton TransiTipt. Located. Maud-If the third finjfer i for he weddine ruifr. hirh i for divor! Marie The finger of acorn. Boat on Transcript. CjsoocI Friday Hot Cross Buns We shall have the real Hot Cross Buns on sale Friday. Give us you order to dav and we will save whatever you want. Friday Fish Fresh Shad, 2 to 3 lbs. per lb. . . . 50c Finnan Haddie, lb 20c j Smelts, lb 25c Fresh Halibut 4oc 50c Cod Steak, lb 20c Whole Haddock, lb. ... 18c Boneless Haddock, lb. . 23c Flounders, lb 15c! Mackerel, R 30c Fancy Fresh Salmon, per It). . 43c Clams for chowder, per pint 30c Oysterspint 50c; Shell Oysters, doz. .. 35c Clams for steaming, two quarts for 25c These prices and kinds for Friday and Saturday. Saturday Lobster Sale Lobster Sale, Cash and Carry. Come and get your share. The price will be right. Fresh Eggs for Easter Last year 60c per doen ; cash and carry price this year for Friday and Saturday, doz 40c Ladd's Special Home-Cured Ham and Bacon are the finest you ever tasted. The F. D. Ladd Co. in "S ! Vesta Storage Dalterlcs guaranteed a year and a half Has Four Tatrnls No Other Katlrry Can Use. H. F. Cutler & Son 13 outh Main Strert, Bartf. - , : Adams Company EASTER HATS SPRINGTIME, the very prettiest HAT-TIME is here and brings with it some of the very prettiest models and most effective trimmings. Let us help you select your EASTER HAT from our SMARTER MODELS NEWER TRIMMINGS EXCLUSIVE EFFECTS Come to us and select your HAT and TRIMMINGS and let us trim your hat for you as you want it. Suit Hats with touches of the new colors. Trices $5.00 to $12.00 Dre.-s Hats in the new braids. lace metallic effects, and flowers. Trices S6.9S to $20.00 Syndicate Successful Stores x