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r i Northern Bed Room Suite Ivory Enamel Seven Pieces Bed, Dresser, Chiffonier, Semi-Vanity Table, Chair, Rocker and Dressing Table Chair. Widdicomb Bed Room Suite The Best Made Line Mahogany Four-Poster Bed, Dresser, Large Mirror, Dressing Table, Large Chiffonier. One of our nicest suites. Atlas Bed Room Suite American Walnut Four pieces. Bed, Dresser, Chjfforobe and Semi-Vanity Table. Tile Wall Paper We have a few samples of this nicest of Kitchen and Bathroom Paper, B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST VP-TO-DAT MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICS City rte iui brM-4riTa amkalaneti tfUtenc rail 1 unui TtlephoM 17-W. Slayton's Cash Market We have a full line of Western Beef ust in to-day. We X have some dandy Veal, Spring Lamb and Native Pig Pork, Steaks and Chops, that will please you. We will make you a special price on Salt Pork and Lard. Our own make from Native Pigs. .What about Corned Beef, Salt Salmon, Hon- ey Comb Tripe? We have it. We are in the field to help the consumer. Trade with us, we will help you. Sweet Milk from a herd of tested cows, per quart 9c Buy it at the Store or at my house, 16 Liberty St. Tel Your orders in. Tel. 399-W. 184 No. Main Street The Eastman Store. Our Store Is a Union Store. K. MACRAE Ho. to Milei Bldg., Phone 364-R Over Red Cron Pharmacy. DON'T FORGET ABOUT THE SPECIAL TWO DAY SALE of COATS and SUITS To-day and Saturday These are Sample Models and you can save $5 to $10 on Your Garment Purchase No Charge for Alterations. SPECIAL WAIST VALUES. .. .$1.48, $1.93, $2.39, $2.93 JUST IT? ONE FLIGHT The small expraiaa nets a big aariag te yea YOU WILL BE GLAD TO KNOW Our Kettle Rendered Lard is now, per lb 22c No. 5 size pail .$1.00 No. 10 size pail $1.90 THE HEN has been doing her duty faithfully to help lighten your living costs. FRESH EGGS, per dozen 33c . FRESH CUTS VEAL, PIG PORK, LAMB WESTERN BEEF, HAM FRESH VEGETABLES SPINACH RADISHES DANDELIONS CELERY LETTUCE PARSNIPS GRANULATED SUGAR, at the store, per lb . .9 '2c For the fine art of cake making use Excelo Cake Mixture. Do not add sugar, flour, eggs, shortening, baking powder or flavoring. Just add water, per lb. package. 30c. HAVE PLENTY OF FRUIT Grape Fruit 10c each, 2 and 3 for 25c Oranges, Navels and Floridas, per doz. .50c to 70c Ward's Cakes are fresh to-day, each ISc The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. TALK OF THE TOWN "Springtime" a musical comedy. adv. Elva ghocs for women at Shta's. adv. 80c Apollo chocolates, 69c at Rus sell's. adv. Bargains in ladies' goods, wen's Bliirts, overalls, shoes, etc. Barre Bar gain Store. adv. Three flavors of most delirious ice cream, only 50c a quart at Mitchell's Candy Store, adv. Mrs. Alvin Gates, formerlv of this ' city but now of Zanesvllle, O., is re newing acquaintances here. lnree flavor of triple seal ice cream; special for Saturday, quart bricks 50c, pinK 25c. Barre Drug Uo, -adv. Dance every Saturday night, Mont pelier armory. Carroll's orchestra. C. V. train at 12 o'clock. adv. The quarterly meeting of the ladies' hospital aid will be held Friday "eve ning at 7:30 in the hospital dining room. Mrs. Hattie Tillotson and Miss Grace Ingalls, both of South Main street, went to Windsor yesterday to vibtt friends. Mrs. William Cnrrigan of Spauld ing street, has returned home, after spending the past two months visiting in New York state. Miss Emily Dodge is spending a 10 days' vacation from the University of Vermont with her mother, Mrs. h. B. Dodge of Averill street. Thomas Hopkins, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Alary McCarthy of Sum mer street, for the past two weeks, left for Boston last evening. Miss Jeannott Lawliss, a drpssmaker of the Currier block, returned Wednes day evening from Boston, where she passed the Kttater time with her broth er, George. Mrs. O. If. TTeininger of Burlington, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. K. K. Hew inger of Summer street for the pat several days, returned to her home yes terday afternoon. Max Fisher is the comedian in "Springtime. " Barre people will know of his dramatic abilitv. In this tie Is yt his bet. Be sure to see and hear mm as nobby Brewster in spring time." adv. Roosevelt once said that support giv en to a local industry was the equiva lent of a rise in wages to every man in the community. Moral Kat real ice cream, manufactured by our local Co operativ creamery ice cream plant. The Barre Candy Kitchen has it wait ing for you. adv. Pretentious arrangements are being made for the dedication of a memo rial to Ira Allen, a noted Vermonter and relative of the famous Kthan Al len, on the University of Vermont campus in Burlington. Barre granite has been used for the base. Fill out those hollow cheeks. Build up that flat chent. Make your clothes fit you. Buy a ho of Bitro-Phosphate at E. A. Drown A Co.'s drug stora and say good-bye to worry. Take a step towards strength and "pep." Guaran teed to inereasa your weight or your money back. Adv. Dr. D. C. Jarvia of the Rowland buildinjr leaves to-night for Boston, where he will participate in the pro gram of the New Kngland X-ray soci ety meeting, which convenes to-morrow morning at tlie Boston medical li brary. Dr. .larvis will lecture on. dis ease of the chest. The board of director of the Granite Manufacturers' association have des ignated II. J. M. Jones to serve at a national councillor in the U. S. cham ber of commerce and delegate to the meetings of the chamber. First Vice President John A. Cross of Xorthfield is the substitute councillor and dele fate for the Barre association. H. J. M. Jones of the .Tones Bros. Co., as a member of the Vermont citi aena' committee, has gone to Boston to attend a meeting, at which citizens' committees from each Xew England state will confer on traffic problems. The convention opened yesterday and continues through to-day. Frank M. Cfirry of Montpelier, personally inter ested in the problem, also went to Bos ton, to lie present at the meeting. Under the auspices of the Universal-, ist church and for the benefit of the ladies' union of the church, a pub lic dance was held in Howland hall last evening. Inclement weather may have affected the attendance, ret more than 100 tickets were sold and in all there were nearly 200 people present. Beides resulting in a financial suc cess, it alo proved a fin ocial event, jtit as dances conducted under the same auspices have in the past. Chief of Police Jame Sullivan re ceived a telephone cm 11 from the sheriff of Chelsea last evening, informing him to watch outgoing trains for a, young man named Gillette, who had escaped from the Chelsea jail. The description given described the man as vounjj and clean shaven, of atoeky build, about Ave feet eight inches in height, weighing about 175 pounds, and wearing a blue suit. Further detail of the escaped prisoner could not be given as the young man had onrv been placed in jail bout an hour hetnre, hetng arrested at I o'clock and making hi ecape within an hour. A later mesHspe. how ever, informed the Barre department that he had been re-captured. go ATI A MS rOMP A MY God Service Home Craft Week! SPRING COATINGS Special Values GO ON SALE Saturday April 2nd Tweeds, Homespuns, Oxfords, Mixtures. $5.98 value on sale at J)398 POLO CLOTHS Brown, Beaver, Gray, Tan. $7.50 value on sale at $4.98 I SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES j TALK OF THE TOWN Read Shea's special adv. adv. 80c Apollo chocolates, 09c at Rus sell's adv. See Mnre' line of coats for real values, at Montpelier. -adv. Big sale next week. Watch for par ticulars. Barre Bargain More. adv. Njrses benefit dance. April 8, In HowUnd halL Carroll' eight-piece or chestra. adv. A fine line of new remnants, assort ed materials at Methodist church food ale Saturday p. m. adv. To-day is the la day that dog own ers can pay their dog license to the city clerk without extra cot. Ask those who have tried otir ire cream. They will tell you it's the best eer. Special for Saturday, quart brick 50e, pint 2.i Barre Drug Co. ad. Speaking of ice-cream for that Sun day dinner, why not try real Ice cream? It'a pure, that's sure and the Barre Candy Kitchen stands ready to attend to your orders for that product. adv. What's in a name? Everything. If TALK OF THE TOWN fuy Humphrey of Plainfield was a business visitor in town yesterday. If it's hoes you are needing come to the Barre Bargain Htore. Bargains for everybody. adv. Home-made ice cream, as good as the best, three flavors, only 50c a quart. Try it. Mitchell's Candy Store. adv. For Sunday try a brick of our triple seal ice cream. The "kreamey krcm" kind. Quart f0c, pint 25c. Barre Drug Co. adv. Harley Kidder, a student at the Uni versity of Vermont, arrived in the city yesterday to pas tlm spring vacation at his home on Summer street. Kddie Ziter and family of North Adams, Mass., have moved to Barre, and are now occupying a lioina at the corner of Branch and Brooklyn streets. Thomas Magner, superintendent of the Burlington district of the Metro-! politan Life Insurance company, vinit ed the Barre office yesterday while here TALK OF THE TOWN at Adams Company Stores Throughout SPECIAL SALE of "PREFERRED" CURTAINS CRETONNES CURTAIN MATERIALS From Saturday, April 2 to Saturday, April 9, Inclusive We have assembled in OUR STORES for this event a splendid assortment of distinctive fabrics to trim "up your home and also a collection, of curtains for all rooms. This sale is coming at just the right time to redecorate your homes for the spring and summer season. Fred Farrand has returned from a short business trip to Littleton, X. II. MUa Florem-e Nye of Eastern avenue went to Plainfield" to-day for ft short visit with friend. Mrs. Lizzie Clement of Almonti, Ont., is visiting at tho home of T. .1. Den ning of Park street for a few days. Miss fleora Revnolds and Miss Mae Paul left to day for Burlington, where J they wiij pass tne weeK ena wiui friends. Miss Florence Canton of the Univer sity of Vermont, Burlington, i- wait ing at her home on Maple avenue for a few days. Harold Potter and Henry Bosley left this afternoon for North Troy, where thev have an automobile painting eon tract to fulfill. Hildreth Martin arrived in the city last night from the University of Ver mont, Burlinjrton, to pass the spring Classes Curtains Ruffled dotted swiss with tie backs a very special value $2.95 Hemstitched marquisette In cream and white fine quality $1.50 Marquisette, fine lace edge $2.50 Voile hand hemstitched .... $2.50 Voile extra fine hand fagoted hem $2.95 Marquisette medallion trimmed with hand fagoting 8.95 Hemstitched "Indian Head" bureau scarfs at a special price 79c Curtain Fabrics J Marquisette white ivory extra quality 49c , Grenadine ivory only dotted ef- 4 fects 59C 4 Madraa in ivory white fine range 3 of patterns 59c J Marquisettes and acrima with fancy J border 49c 4 French- voile white only in extra 2 fine quality 75c 4 Sunfast fabric in two-toned ef- 4 fecta 95c J Cretonnes in a fine range of pat- J terns at 5Oc-75c-$l-$1.25-$1.50. 4 Special in Crash Saturday Only X All White rash extra heavy, 25c value. .12 Vie t ADAMS COMPANY Barre SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES o 4 4 at the umversitv were suspeiKiea yes Wendell Urown and Albert Lyon r-!terdar and will be resumed on Wednes rived at their homes here vesterdav I j, i,.r;i 11 you don't believe it, step in the Barre ran v ; t . n t t- - t. - . I V ... ,1. ... U urday night and get a pint brick of real which begins the Faster vacation of 1 The D A. r "7 f;' .n. ir cream, the product of our local 10 daj-s to-ilav. r fj, ; " i. . Granite City Co-operative creamery ice: Johfl(M,n of K,n(iolp!l, oftial tc iSrf LaP r of eream plant. It is true to name. adv. ! reporter in tll, HnaM ot R,presenta- & LaPier makes the in- .....- ... ,.. companies ny uaroia i.amson, visuen Co-operative creamery. Trv a pint friln(1s in lfiTTf vterday. brick at the Barre Candv Kitchen. ad. .. , , . Mi. J. P. Nourse, who has been In! J ,",,re ,5f'"uf of Rummer atreet Kew York and Bnalon for the past few,' ?J''rt hf days on a kusinoaa visit in the interest : ","ow",, II-... l"ia freshman at the University of Ver of the Adams Co., returned to the eitv ?'Ve" if" "rPV I' mont. Burlington, is visiting at his last evening I 7t "g g jhome over the spring holidays. Mr. F. M. White of the Trow 4 Holden j OI ne" MeK- j Graig is a member of Hyde Engle's Co.'s force ha worked out an at- A large block of granite shipped into ; baseball squad, and will rejoin the tachmcnt by which the new granite j Barre yesterday gave railroad men con-! squad upon its return from its pre-dust-removing device and the pneu- i siderable work to do to convey it safe-lsnt southern trip, matic tool in the hand of the granite ! lv to its destination, the Harrison! - " cutter are securely held together, the! Granite Co., where the massive block attachment replacing the temporary j will be hammered into a aolide tnanso arranjretnent in the original device. A j leum rorf stone tiiat, when finished, socket to carry any siae tool is welded ( will measure 10-15-2. Kvery freight occupy the place very soon. James Greig, former star center field er on the Spauldini high school base ball team of last year, and at present EAST WOODBURY to a short metal pipe and is controlled i or passenger car sidetracked near the by a stout spring, whirh clamp the , train's course had to 1 moved as this ends of the socket on the tool A ' 32 ton block was untHually wide and short rubber tube is to be attached to! extended over each side of the flat the lower end of the metal tube for re- car more than two feet. For a time ceiving the dust, while a longer rubber ! yenterday afternoon the railroad men tube runs from the top of the metal even feared that they would have to to the suction fan. Altogether, the move part of the engine house near attarhnient is a marked step toward! Trow A Hohlcn's plant on Smith Main street as the stone barelv cleared the at I perflating the device. Other local par ties are at present working out a mo- corner of the wooden strurtnre bv pos ter arrangement which it i hoped will ; sibly an inoh. At the K. I- Smith Co. remove one of the difficulties toward J quarries, from which the stone was nracticnl operation of the device. A; taken, one or two steel cables had to jrreat degree of interest is being mani-ihe slackened aa they threatened to!ch,K work at Montpelier seminary, tested in the perfecting of the de-1 v,me in contact with it when beinjr' W. F. Harvey and sou, Bobert, of vice, and those dlrectlv in charee are i lifted from the nnarry hole to be loaded Plainticid viited their mother and Miss Katherine Ros is helping Bidout's central for a few days. I John CfHiksoti has purchased nine j eows of Ed. Gould. Galen Hatch was in this vicinity re- cently. buying pigs and poultry. j Little Louise Farr has the measles. f The herd of cattle at Maplcholme 1 farms were tested last week for tuber- ! culiwis and wore found to be free fioni the disease. The testing was done by I Dr. Bolton of Hardwick and lr. Canty I of St. Jnhnihury. j Misncs Kdna and Helen Harvey are I havinc a fhort vacation from their l very murh encouraprd. I onto the freight car. -grandmother over the week end. I Week -End S pecials Regular meeting nf; M. W. of A. to-night, j April 1, at I o'clock, j nM'ial rAmmiininlinii a flranite lodge, X. X. F. and A. M., Fridav. April I. at T: m. Work. F. C. degree. Ter i cr W. M. Successors to SMITH & CUMINGS CO. I ! TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I-ot: On South Main stn-et, ladie' righthand kid glove, Thiirsday night. Finder plea return to or notify The Times ofllce. Wanted To Jeae a farm, equipped, keeping 10 or 15 cow. Write to K. A. Currier. Si Merrhant tret, Bsrre. Wanted Fne ci'K for kork in ami arotind sawmill. We r.y g"irg wapes. (all r mrite Greea Mnnntain Lumber Co., Middlesex. Vt. Tel. 129 R. For Rent or hale K r,m houe ai 20 Bs -'' t utreet. All mndem eonven ienoe. With ham. Urge garden and patine. Houe to t fd April 1". Fnr further in firm st ion. i-all fil.S-M. nr SaV Psrk strain fraj tested Brr4 Kls. otitv a fw rHvT t ti?g at li for .). tall at ' Marie r i Wu4 Party t" ruen and W.at i in f-riae fumih. ftl at l.1 Wa-hing-toa III. Mt M. at Our Fountain SPECIAL-Maple Custard Pie . . . 22c Cherry and Vanilla Ice Cream, Brick Ice Cream, Neopolitan style Cherry, Vanilla and Chocolate pint bricks, 40c. quart bricks, 75c. Also ice cream in bulk 75c a quart. 75c Cascade Linen 24 cards, 24 sheets of pa per and 48 envelopes 49c We have a large assortment of 85c and $1.00 records at Sliced per lb ... . 35c, Vhole or Half Strip, 23c Forequarter Spring Lamb, per lb 20c Leg Spring Lamb, per tb : 40c Roast Veal, per lb 35c, 38c Veal Pot Roast, per lb 20c Pot Roast Western Beef, per tb. f20c Fancv Western Beef, per lb ....35c, 38c, 40c Pork Roasts, per lb .20c, 25c, 30c Fowls, native, per lb .50c Beef Sausage, per lb 18c Pork Sausage, per lb 20c Salt Pork for Saturday, five lb. lots, per lb 18c Lard, No. 5, $1.00; No. 3, 60c; No. 23, $4.73 Boneless Home-cured Smoked Shoulder, per Ib28c Six lbs. Parsnips for 25c Lettuce, Celery, Spinach, Cauliflower, Cucumbers and Asparagus. GROCERY DEPARTMENT Coffee, per lb 25c, 4 lbs for 93c Golden Nuggett Coffee, per lb 35c, 3 lbs., $1.00 Orange Pekoe Tea, per lb Libby Mince Meat, per package 15c Pie Lemon, per package 15c Can Pumpkin 25c 4 lbs. Broken Rice . 20c Yellow Eye Beans, per quart 20c 10 lbs Rolled Oats 43c 10 lbs A or AA Meal 50c Two Tbs. Ginger Snaps 25c Peanut Butter, per lb 20c Octagon Scouring Powder, 4 cans. 25c Babbitt Cleanser, 5 cans for k 2oc liorax lor Toilet and isatn, per can , Five Cakes Armour's Toilet Soap, for. ...... i ,10c ,25c Houghton & Robins S0c Cross Ph armacy Buy at LADD'S Saturday Saturday Gas!) and Carry Prices. . 2 cans Tomatoes 2.'C25c White Karo 20c Jiffy Jelly, pkgr 10c 1 2 Bulk Cocoa 23c 2 cans Evaporated Milk, 25c j Plain Cheese, It) 35c 15c Karo 10cj Baked Beans, qt 20c Potatoes, peck 25c lt Occident Flour $3.00 3 Palm Olive Soap 25c'riain Raised Doughnuts, 20c 1 Occident Flour. $1.55 ' Marshmallow Cakes. ... 20c 2 cans of Corn. . . ! 25c Marshmallow Rolls ISc 2 cans Campbell's Soup, 25c, Currant Buns, per doz.. 18c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Cream Puffs and Eclairs and Custard Slices, Ladd's Cream Bread, Graham and Raisin Bread. MEAT DEPARTMENT- Mild Smoked Shoulders, 6 lbs. up, per lb ..18c Hamburg Steak. .ISc lb. . 10 pounds Onions 19c 25-pound tub White Heather Shortening S2.75 Lots of fresh Spinach, Radish, Cucumbers and Cauliflowers. FISH DEPARTMENT Fresh Salmon, Halibut and Smelts, Shell Clams, Lobsters, Shad and Haddock, Sour and Sweet Pic kles and fresh ground House Radish. The F. D. Ladd Co. J