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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT, SATURDAY, ArRIL 2, . 1921.
' ..... t TALK OF THE TOWN Northern Bed Room Suite Ivory Enamel Seven Pieces Bed, Dresser, Chiffonier, Semi-Vanity Table, Chair, Rocker and Dressing Table Chair. Widdicomb Bed Room Suite 4 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, 51 Chifforobe 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 BEET UP-TO-DATE ftOTOB AMBULANCE SBRYiCB Chy ntM mb m karac-ddTMi mbolano.i dtitanc call at fimHi unii Telopb.n. 17-W. ' ttttnyuMttitTttttttt' inn m u luziziniiiti Bring Oft Your Fords! For the next TEN DAYS we will Recover the Top at FIFTEEN DOLLARS. All kinds of Repair Work at the AUTO TOP SHOP F. II. Banlett, Prop., 220 No. Main St., Barre, Vermont. 8ttmsnisngmaaKttttttttmnrattratttttffifflt!tti:w j Slay ton's Cash Market We have a full line of Western Beef just in to-day. We 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 Corjied Beef, Salt Salmon, Hon- ' ey Comb Tripe? We have it. W are in the field to help ; the consumer. Trade with us, we will help you. g Sweet Milk from a herd of tested cows, per quart 9c X Buy it at the btore or at my house, 16 Liberty bt. I Tel. Your orders in. Tel.'399-W. 184 No. Main Street. The Eastman Store. Our Store Is a Union Store. t YOU WILL BE GLAD TO KNOW I Our Kettle Rendered Lard is now, per ib '. .22c No. 5 size pail $1.00 No. 10 size pail :...$! .90 THE HEN has been doing her duty faithfully to help lighten vour living costs. FRESH EGGS, per dozen ...33c j FRESH CUTS VEAL, PIG PORK, LAMB WESTERN BEEF, HAM j FRESH VEGETABLES j SPINACH RADISHES ! dandelions celery lettuce Parsnips . GRANULATED SUGAR, at the store, per lb ,.92c For the fine art of cake making use Excelo Cake IVTixtnrp. Dn nnt nr?H siirrnr flmir pt(t cVinrfisnino' - - O - , ' imu'vi-'uiiiji I baking powder or flavoring. Just add water, per ! id. package, juc HAVE PLENTY OF FRUIT Grape Fruit 10c cach, and 3 for 25c Oranges, Navels and Floridas, per doz. .50c to 70c Ward's Cakes are fresh to-day, each ;lSc j The W. D. 'Smith Company, Inc. j "Springtime," "Springtime," adv. Three flnvor of most delicious ire cream, only fiOe a quart at Mitchell' Candy Store. ad v. Dance every Saturday night. Mont polier armory, Carroll' orchestra. C. V. tram at 12 o'clock. adv. Last chance for Miliar on snow at Richardson farm. Sunday afternoon, tiring dish and spoon. 25c 'each. I. E. Briggs. , Orlo Spear is at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Spear, for i lie spring vacation trom Harvard col- I must close out this millinerv stock ' in two weeks and will offer everything at a great bargain. Mrs. Poitras, 8 i Forsyth place. Baby buggies, from $7.50 to $70. We A will' meet competition In or out of the city whether your exchange is caph, bonds orcredH; hut if credit, payments must be punctual. Same applies to all our linps, furniture, floor coverings and clothing. Sadlier, 10 Keith avenue. At' 7 o'clock last night, a telegram to the Magnet theatre read, " 'Denert fJold' held in Maine. Substitutin 'Riders of the Dawn.' " 'JPhia picture is one of the Zane Grey stories and Is consid ered fully an interesting a "Desert fiokl," which will be given at a later date. With the feature is a great Larry Sermon comedy and the latest Kinogram. adv. Remember Tuesday, April 5, at 2:30 p. m., is the regular meeting of the Woman's club. Program will be after the nature of a "round table," or an exchange of ideas. The hospitality committee, ajded by Mrs. Drown, will serve a salad, the ingredients to be guessed. They endeavor to make this one of the banner meetings. j Miss Gwendolyn Kendall of Trow hill, who has been confined to the house for a number of wcaks since a sliding accident in the winter when she sustained a broken leg, is able to be about again. One night' this week she entertained at a sugar party the mem bers of her Sunday school class and Mrs.,Loren Bell, the teacher. President II. C. Hefner of the Na tional Monumental Dealers" associa tion, in acknowledgement of an invita tion to visit the Barre granite district for a few days during his prospective sojourn in the east, informs Sweretary Athol R. Bell of tha Granite Manufac turers' association that ho will be un able to make the visit at this time. President Hefner leaves on April 14, on the steamship Presario, sailing out of New York for Europe, having been del egated bv the Western Rotary district to attend the world convention of the Rotarians in Edinburgh, Scotland, this year. Even in far away Bohemia Barre arranite gets unsolicited publicity through its quality and wonderful spec tacle it gives in its natural form in the quarry lands of Graniteville , and Websterville. In "Kramen," a monthly trade journal allied with the stone trade in Bohemia, and other central European atates, a full-page picture of a Barre quarry scene featured the is sue. "Kramen" is published in Prague, and the appearance of a Barre illustra tion within its pages followed th pub lication of the same picture in the Oc tober, 1020, number of Stone Trade Journal, London. The full-page half tone was made from a negative of a notable quarry photograph taken last summer at the quarries ot the fc.. L. Smith A Co. Included in a somewhat lengthy descriptive article which ac companies the picture is the following: "This granite quarry is in Barre, Ver mont, U. H. A., the home of incompar able granite. The picture shows the gigantic ledges made poxsible by the Improved mechanical processes used in that country." The apartment in the Miles granite blork on Main street which more re cently was occupied as a fruit and confectionery store umtor the propri etorship of E. J. Noyes, was opened yesterday as a pool and billiard parlor by David Farrand. The apartment is undoubtedly the largest of it kind In tin; city, as there is ample room for six pool or billiard tables of regulation size as well as tha large soda and ice cream fountain, which was part of the Kove store equipment, and shelves and show cases bearing rigars, cigar ettes, tohaivo and confectionery. Mr. Farrand does not propose to give soda fountain service until the warm weath er, planning to open about May 1. To eah and every patron- entering the new quarters yesterdav, Mr. Farrand prpsented a cigar. Mr. Farrand may in stall bowling alleys i nthe basement of the store. This could be aeeom plUhed quitp easily as there is an ap proximate length of 04 feet from one end of the haement to the other, with no barriers whatever to interfere with long alleys. WEST TOPSHAM THIN BLOOD CAUSED NERVOUS INDIGESTION Appetite and Digestion Improved as Blood Was Built Up. "I -never realized to what extent poor blood would affect tha entire, system until I became a victim of indigestion, sleeplessness, headaches and nervous-j ness," says Miss Agnes Holmquist of I Kensington, Conn. "These symptoms didn't appear all at once but came gradually an my blood became thin, i "My stomach felt distended and i heavy after eating and It teemed as though there was nothing that would I agree with me. I had a dull ache al! over my body and this kept me awake. ! Loss of sleep added to my distress and became very weak and nervous. I ' also had nervous headaches which last ed for hours. "After I had taken several prepara tions without any benefit, my sister recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. She was so confident of tha remedy that I procured a bos and was very grateful to find that the pills gave me almost immediate benefit. My appetite improved and I was able to digest my food without distress. As I gained strength I recovered the ability to sleep and tha nervousness disappeared. I am glad to recommend Dr. William' Pink Pills for I know what an excellent ton ic they are." ' Dr. Williams' Pink Tills may be pur chased at your druggist's or they will be tent by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,. Schenectady, N. Y., postpaid on receipt of price, sixty cents per box. Write for the fre booklet, "Diseases of the Nervous System." Adv. TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN ' Nurses' benefit dance, April 6, in HowUnd hall Carroll's eight-piece or chestra. ad'. TALK OF THE TOWN Home-made ice cream, as good as the best, three flavors, only 50c a quart. Try it. Mitchell's Candy Store. adv. I Home Craft Week I EACON "Springtime"' opera house. adv. Home-made pies and doughnuts to take out, at Baltimore Lunch. adv. Long-distance and general trucking, light or heavy. Granite City Bottling Work. Tel. 726-M or 74fi-tV. nlv. The Happy-Go-Lucky club met last evening at the home of Miss Ellie t'o molli. A reorganization" -of the club was made and the name changed to the Jollity club. The new officers elected were: President, Miss Edna Rossi; vice-president, Miss Ieoiia Lamperti; recording secretary, Miss Leona Lam perti; treasurer. Miss Julia Bizzozero. After the business of the club was transacted, the evening was spent in music, dancing and games. Refresh ment of cake, wafer and chocolate were served. i Sliced per It) ... . 35c, Whole or Half Strip, 25c Forequarter Spring Lamb, per tb .20c Leg Spring Lamb, per lb .40c Roast Veal, per lb 35c, 38c Veal Pot Roast, per lb . : 20c Pot Roast Western Beef, per lb 20c Fancy 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,v 60c; No. 25, $4.75 Boneless Home-cured Smoked Shoulder, per lb28c Six lbs. Parsnips for 25c Lettuce, Celery, Spinach, Cauliflower, Cucumbers and Asparagus. ( GROCERY DEPARTMENT Coffee, per It). 25c, 4 lbs for 95c Golden Nuggett Coffee, per lb. . . .35c, 3 lbs., $1.00 Orange Pekoe Tea, per tb.' 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 lts Rolled Oats .. 45c 10 lbs A. or A A Meal 50c Two lbs. Ginger Snaps 25c Peanut Butter, per Ib 20c Octagon Scouring Powder, 4 cans. . . y 25c Babbitt Cleanser, 5 cans fon. 25c Borax for Toilet and Bath, per can. 10c Five Cakes Armour's Toilet Soap, for 25c Houghton & Robins 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. CURTAINS Ruffled Dotted Swiss With tie backs; a very special value Hemstitched Marquisette In cream and white, fine quality Marquisette Fine lace edge. Voile Hand hemstitched... ,. ' AHA MS mMP A NY Goda XA-JL-X 3LX1JLKJ XJLX 1 JL Servic Service SPRING COATINGS Special Values -GO ON SALE Saturday April 2nd Tweeds, Homespuns, Oxfords, Mixtures. ' S on sale at $3.98 POLO CLOTHS t Brown, Beaver, Gray, Tan. Voile Extra fine hand fagoted hem. ..... Marquisette Medallion trimmed with hand fagoting Hemstitched "Indian Hea3" Bureau Scarfs at a special price.. CURTAIN FABRICS Marquisette White, Ivory, extra quali ty Grenadine Ivory only, dotted effects..... Madras In Ivory, White; fine range of patterns ' . Marquisettes and Scrims With Fancy Border : French Voile White only; in extra fine quality . , , S2.95 $1.50 $2.50 $2.50 $2.95 $3.95 79c Sunfast Fabrics In two-toned effects Cretonnes In a fine range of patterns', at 50c, 75c, SI, S1.25, 49c 59c 59c 49c 75c 95c x X X X X $1.50 X Special in Crash Saturday Only All WTiite Crash, extra heavy, 25c value. .12'c ADAMS COMPANY X X X X Barre X SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES X $7.50 value on sale at $4.98 Waldo Hoorl returned home TuelT evening from Hanover, X. H., where lie went to aopompanr hi wife, who uniierwent n operation at the Hanover hospital Tupiwlay morning. The oper ation cem to have beeo entirely uo- etfu! and it i npjrcted Mr. Hood will gain rapidly. Orvall William ha been aitinc at the creamery for a few day. The eervire nest Sunday evening. April 3. will be at 7 o'clock. Kev. (ieorjte Morri will prieh. Card of Thankt. I wish to thank all mr friend for the many gift and kind word ent me during tha many weeka I hare been confined to th house, especially the pupil and teachera of Trow hill chool and the member of mv Sunday rhonl cla. (twendolvn T. Kendall. X X I SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES I iS Successors to SMITH & CUMLNGS CO. Moritpelier Business School Commercial and tntUih Courier Day, Evening and Home Study Eaater Vacation Xarth it to April ISA riCHAKDSOX, Priaof al. t o. o r. 8w r m-M Week -End Specials at Our Fountain SPECIAL-Mnple Custard Pie ... 22c Cherry and Vanilla Ice Cream, Brick Ice Cream, Neopolitan style Cherry, Vanilla and Chocolatepint 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 S1.00 records at . Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company c Monlpelier, Vt. NINETY-FOURTH YEAR Premium Notes in Force. .. .$12.282.751.00 Cash Assets... Insurance in Force. "$300,000.00 .$123,121,771.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking; Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES R ed Cross Pharmacy Buy at LADD'S Saturday Saturday Cash and Carry Prices. 2 cans Tomatoes 23c 25c White Karo 20c Jiffy Jelly, pkg 10c 2 Bulk Cocoa 23c 2 cans Evaporated Milk, 23c Tlain Cheese, Ib 35c loc Karo . . .10c Baked Beans, qt 20c Potatoes, peck 25c , Occident Flour $3.00 3 Palm Olive Soap 23c Plain Raised Doughnuts, 20c 1 Occident Flour $1.55 Marshmallow Cakes.... 20c 2 cans of Corn 25c Marshmallow Rolls 18c 2 cans Campbells Soup, 25c Currant Buns, per doz..lSc 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 !b ..18c Hamburg Steak! .18c . 10 pounds Onions 19c 25-pound tub. White Heather Shortening- $2.75 Lots of fresh Spinach, Radish, Cucumbers and Cauliflowers. FISH DEPARTMENT Fresh Salmon, Halibut and Smelts, Shell Clams, j Lobsters, Shad and Haddock. Sour and Sweet Pic- 1 kles and fresh ground House Radish. . The F. D. Ladd Co. : x x X X i