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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.i FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1921.
Men, With Vision Wjri The man with a pavings account is a man with a vision. Business advancement, a home, travel, opportunity, these are some of the things that he sees coming nearer with each trip to the savings window. If you are a "forward looking" man you will not only open a savings account you will KEEP COMING to the savings window, for it is only by keeping steadily at it that you may realize your visions. If you can't come to the bank you may easily do the next best thing""and send your deposits by mail. Our Banking by Mail Department will give you prompt and satisfactory service. , y The Montpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company 'The Old Bank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont v Depository of the State of Vermont. IMPROVEMENTS ON STATE FAIR GROUNDS Pairy Cattle Will Have New Enclosed Barni New Road lor Autos. j Necretary Fred L. Davis of the Ver mont state fair is hustling these days to have everything in shape for the forthcoming loth annual exhibition at 'White River Junction, Oct. 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. The latter date wan but re cently added, and this day will be given up to auto races and auto polo. Secretary Davis has a score of men at work on improving and painting the buildings. . The cattle sheds located at tbe entrance to the grounds have been torn down, making a large yrea for other exhibits. It js planned to have the biggest automobile shew this season and this display will be made on the ground formerly occupied by the cattle sheds. It will interest the breeders of dairy stock to know that the new housing SOUTH WOODBURY I WASHINGTON i , - ilv of At-4 Public dance at town hall, Orange, Friday, July 22. Music furnished by Rev. E. E. Wells and fami tleboro, Mass., arrived here the first of last week. Here they will spend their vacation, having rooms in A. , J. Morse's house. Mr. Wells returned to Attleboro on Friday, but will join his family tbe. first of, August for a month's vacation. Dr. G. O. Hall and family are spend in a few weeks at their camp at Vale Ferkins, Canada. W. B. Ooodell, who has been in poor : health for some time, is not so well. Manera and Slora's orchestra. A good time guaranteed to all. adv. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Dcnison July 19. Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Hutchinson and daughter, Nita, arrived here Monday by auto from Drumright, Okla., and are visiting Mr. Hutchinson' father, G.W. Downing, and other friends in town. ' Mrs. Marv Dickey returned home bur?- ccmeterv last Thursday. Mrs. Hill was born in Woodbury and .hud resided here many years. Among those from here to attend the funeral of Mrs,. Ellen Hill last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tcbbctts. Mrs. Mrrtie ' Lance, Mrs. conditions will be almost ideal. TheM'rge .Sunnier and son, Ionne, and Dr. Corson of Marshfield was called ; Sunday after spending a few days to see him last Tuesday. with her sister, Mrs. Ella McDonald, The remains of Mrs. Ellen HfiH, in PJui,,field- v , ' widowW the late William Hill, who j Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal McAllister passed awav at her home in Hardwick and baby and Mrs. McAllister' broth .Tulv 12, were brought here for burial ;er, Rudolph Quintin, from Athol, in the family lot in the South Wood-'. Mass., arrived here Tuesday by auto Mini UIK ,l!Mllllg4 .(. .ut.iuairi r pai former oxen shed has been converted into a barn that will accommodate 130 head of stock, and the old horse barns lisve also been remodelled to take care of nearly 200 head. These Improve ments will move the cattle to another part, of the grounds, a much desired change. As now arranged there will be four good dairy stock barnsas good as any in the state and this will be wel come news to exhibitors. A twelve foot addition running the length of the poultry building has been built on the west side. This will be good news for the poultry exhibitor. The new buildings have been paint ed green with white trimmings. A new automobile road is hemg constructed about midway of the hill rising from the Junction. This road will permit autos to reach the grounds without driving to the entrance and will relieve the congestion that has happened on the rush days of the lair in former years. ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McAllister, and other relatives for two weeks. Frank Downing, a former resident, arrived from Massachusetts Tuesday night for a visit with friends. Services will be held in the Uni versalis church in Washington next Sunday morning at the usual hour. Sermon by the pastor, Rev. C. A. Simmons, "kipon the sub.jwt, "Right Against Might." There will be no ses sion of the Sunday sehootr Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ainaworth and Miss Margaret Winters. Earle Bliss and daughter, Grace, of Calais were callers at W. B. Good ell's on Wednesday. J. U. rsrown oi riu'iiourg, .us., ar- TT'IT T 1 AAIZTHTZ'X rivp1 in tnun liwt Friiiav and is ston- W I UUlAiUO I U iV (I !,,, of V Ti f'nfwiullV ' ' j Miss Ellen Kolsom, who returned An Oldsmobile, carrying seven peo- from i,lcja where she had been as a pie, went over the end of the- bridge missionary for many years, some three above A. L. Haskell's house last Mon- j j-eara g0' anj wno has been staying day evening. The wheels were .taught ( wjti, R nister, in Iola, Kansas, since In a tree, preventing the overturning jDat time is back in her native state of the car, which saved the occupants 1 0f Vermont and has been visiting her c I lo. t lif w . j. t ii -j ; ?.:.:. IMJUJ 1I1JUI BIIU ,rilias iubo VI .iv.-. j IHeCC, 1MT8. .-VQ& i-zBSPll, Hud IB HOW VIMIl Miss Zelma Goodell went on Mon day to Williamstown, whereshe will visit friends for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Dugdale of Windsor, Conn., arrived at the home of. Mrs. Dugdale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Coodcll, last Tuesday for a few weeks stay. SENECA HASELTON DEAD. Was Member of Vermont Supreme Bench for 13 Years. Burlington, 'July 22. Judge Seneca Haselton, I'nited States minister to Venezuela in the administration of President Graver Cleveland and for 13 years a judge of the supreme court of 'the state of Vermont, died suddenly at litis home here of acute dilation of the heart yesterday. He was 73 years of age. Judge Haselton was born in West ford Feb. 26, 1848, was graduated from " "he University of Vermont in 1871, and took his masters degree in 18(4. He received an LL. B. degree from Mich igan in 1875. In 1875 he was admitted to the bar and began the practice of law. He j served as a member of the Vermont House of Kepresentatives in IHStl, as mayor of Burlington from 1891 to 1804, and"for two years following was min ister to Venezuela. In 1!KK) he was Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Hovt of Cab ot were callers in the place last Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. v. E. Daniel of Gfan iteville and Mrs. Agnes Dickie of Barre spent the week end at E. M. Daniels. Mrs. Jennie Strong, who has been spending a few day with her daugh ter, Mrs. Harvey Goodell, in Derry, X. H., returned " home last Tuesday. Her granddaughter, Janice Goodell, ac companied her home for a few weeks' stay. i Church Advertisement. Officials 1)f the Protestant' Episcopal church in this country have decided to! use the columns of the newspaper for general church advertising as well as for evangelistic purposes. And why not! It has been held by some churches that advertising is beneath them and their dignity., But that cap not be so. The church haa not only a right, but a ing at illiam O. River Junction. Martin's at White Georire A. Connerjr., of Xew Haven Conn., called here last week while on a motor trip through Vermont. Hjs father was born in this town in 1818. but no members of the family have lived here lot many years. Mrs. Nat. Abbott of East Corinth and Mrs. Joe Piersons of Bradford are at Hiram Drury's. Mrs. Ada Lasell, and son and daugh ter Williaio-and Mabel Lasell have gone by auto to Springfield, where they will visit Harry M. Lasell and family. From there tbe younger people will return to their work in Washington, DC, and later Mrs. Lasell will return here. Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Markey are ex pected back on Saturday and services will be resumed in the M. E. church on Sunday. They been away for a vaca tion with relatives in Salem Depot, N. H. Services at the Congregational church Sunday morning at 1G:4A. Subject. "God's Man of Destiny." Special music i bv the choir. Sunday school at 12 in. NORTH FIELD Miss Ann Donahue is in th$ hos pital is in St. Albans, where she un derwent an operation on her foot. Her mother, Mrs. J. t. Donahue, is in St, Albans with her daughter. Lieut, and Mrs. Thilip M. Whitney who have been at the home of Mrs, Whitney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Cross, left Monday- for Alexandria, Fla. Lieut. Whitney has been on a two months leave. William Spear of Ansonia, Conn., came Tuesday morning. He was ac companied by his daughter, Mrs. Rob ert Cross, and daughter, who have been spending several weeks m An sonia. j MJss Blanche Stone has returned from Albany, N. V., where she has been spending a few weeks, a guest at the home ; of her brother, Manser Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodrich and son and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cleveland have returned from Lake Morey, Fair lee, where they have been canipimr. Frank Avery of Xew York .City, a lormer Aortnneld hoy, iia ben a recent visiting in this vicinity. Mr. Avery, with his sister, Mrs. Ida John son, was called to Chelsea to attend the funeral of .Nellie 1. Perkins. Miss Lepha Hutohinson was oper ated on for acute appendicitis at the Barre City hospital, Barre, Tuesday. The operation was successful but she has been in poor health for several years, suffering with bronchial asth ma. W. P. Springer has been appointed one of the game wardens of Washing ton county. M. W. Cross of Long Beach, Cal., who has been in town for several weeks, left Thursday for his return trip. Mr. Cross, who is a member-of the Cross Bros. Granite company, will make several stops before returning home. Mrs. William Hazelton and daugh ter," who have been at th Park Inn for some time, have gone to Burlington, where they were called by the illness of Mrs. Hazelton's mother. They will return to .orthnelcl in the early fall. Mrs. Delia J. Gowdvvand Mrs. Alice Thurston went to Strafford, Friday to spend a few days with the latter's aunt, Mrs. Sarah Carpenter. Mrs. E. A. Ruggles and daughters, Pauline and Elinor, have returned to their home on Kent place, after spend ing several weeks in Lisbon, A. H. Edward Provost commenced work last week in Fernandez 4 Diago's market, taking the place of John Liv ingston. Miss Alice Broggi is having .her annual vacation from her work in Boyle & Holton's store. Miss Broggi and her mother. Mrs. Mary Proggi, have gone to Peekskill, X. Y." tp spend the time with friends. Paul Wells, formerly of this town, who is now attending a dental school in Washington, D. C., was a recent visitor In town. W. W. Hart well is taking his va cation from hi tore and with Mrs. Hart well has gone to Lisbon. X. H., where they will join his brother and wife and go to York Beach, Me. Gerald O'Grady, who is employed in the Junction pharmacy at Essex Junction, is visiting at the home of his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Grady. x Hitting tha Bulla Eve Straight to the nark the arrow speeds, And Lemon First is rated. ' To Flayorilo who now applaud His skill is demonstrated. Your pies will also hit the mark, Aad provo a dainty ration i For Baker's Lemon Extract!!! Aeeur their approbation. Baker's Certified Fleror ing Extracts are sold by all grocers who care. On request, teftA name of dealer, vie unit tend yen our novel, washable, looe-leaf folder, "lot Sensible Recifee.'' BAKER EXTRACT CO. Established, i!;a Springfield, Maes. EAST CALAIS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saxby were in town over the week end. Dr. E. J. Foster of Waterbury Cen ter was in Calais Sunday, calling, on friends. John R. Bancroft was in Montpelier Monday. . Mrs. Mary Sanders was in Plainficld last week. JMrs. John Slavton has blood poisr omnjr in her hand. Mrs. Lee Leonard of Xorth Calais ia caring for her. Charleff Pierce and family are spend ing "their vacation in town. Doris Montgomery, Dons Gray, Grace Dodge and Lillian Taylor of Worcester were recent guests at Guy Bancroft 4. Estelle Connon and Lillian Taylor isited their aunt, Mrs. A. C. Jones, in Barre Thursday. ' The subject for the discourse at the church Sunday morning will be The Impossibility-of the Impossible. Rev- Mary Andrews Conner will conduct the services at 10:45. Sunday school at noon. ' EASTORtNTIl Schoolhouse and Bowen's Mill Are Be ing Constructed. ' i At the town meeting held with re gard to rebuilding of the schoolhouse and hall recently burned it waa voted to put up a two-story building, the low er floor y' be used as school rooms and the village to add the second story and use it for a village hall, owned by the village, it is hoped that it can be tin ished in time so that the opening of the fall term of school will not be very much delayed. . E. M. Bowen is making quick work of putting up Ins new shop, which re places the one burned, It will probably be mucQ more convenient than tbe old one. Mrs. Anne II. Harriman and Robert Fulton of Springfield, Mass., are visit ing friends here. Mrs. J.-A. Dirnock ia in Amherst, Mass., this week as a teacher in a summer course in the agricultural col lege there. Mrs. Chamberlain, Thomas and Esther are spending two weeks at the Tyler cottage at Hall's pond. Perley Boyce is expecting to be able to come home from the hospital at Woodsville on Sunday. There will be no church services 'the next two Sundays. STOWE CALAIS Sunday July 24. Old West church of Calais will hold Sunday school at 2 o'clock. At 3 o'clock the regular preaching service, conducted bv Rev. Charles X'. St. John, assisted by a male quartet from Mont pelier. A number of the members of the Men's club of the Congregational church of Montpelier will accompany their minister out to the service ia the historic old church. NORTH MONTPELIER Dance, Masonic hall, Xorth Mont pelier, Monday, July 25; Hardwick orchestra. adv. Bargains for Saturday EAST ilOXTPEUER Dance, Masonic hall, Xorth Mont pelier, Monday, Julv 25; Hardwick orchestra. adv. A novelty entertainment will be held in the hal in East Montpelier Monday evening, July 25, consisting of motion pictured, readings, vocal and instru mental music. An evening of fun' for old and young, beginning at 8:30. Ad mission, 25c; children, 15c. adv. The funeral of Mrs. Rosamond Macutchan, who died Monday morning, was held Wednesday afternoon at her late home. Key. C. K. Hay ward con ducted the service. The bearers were O. H. Adams, S. H. Xutting, Will Horner and Richard, formerly neighbors of the deceased. There was a profusion of beautiful flowers. Burial waa made in the family lot in the River Bank cem etery. Among those from out of town to attend the funeral were Rev. and Mrs. George Beecher and daughters, i Dorothy and Catherine BeeThe-r, of Lawrence, Mass., and fc, bon of Enosburg Falls. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. McMahon .and son, Carlrie, and Caroline Pike mo tored to Middlebury Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ransom (Joodcll of Waterbury are spending a few weeks at Hollis Brown a in Brownsville. A. J. Magoon is moving this week to his home in MorrigvUle. Leslie Macey of Berkshire, who recently purchased the Magoon home, has taken possession. Mr. an1 Mrs. Frank Muzzy nnd Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard and Miss Goodell of Montpelier were guests -at Albert Lara way's Wednesday. H. H. Whittermore has moved his in ii ai aa ti family from the meat market block to the F!ag Towne tenement. K. b. Warren remains in poor health and is confined to the bed. . John Salterg of Burlington is aguest at Lewis Latuch s. Miss Lillian Demeritt of Albany. X. Y., is visiting her father, W. L. Demeritt. Mrj9. Cynthia Stebbins of Berlin, X". H., is visiting bgr sons, Silas A. and Bernard h. btebbms, and family. Miss Alice bains has been tendmir the library in the absence of Mrs Maude Pike, assistant librarian. GROTON CALAIS Big Day, July 28. Six noted speakers and singers are to 1 in Calais at the Old West church Thursday, July 28. The meetings will begin promptly at 10:30 a. m. and continue throughout the afternoon. The speakers for the day are Dr. Frank Hall of Xew York City, Dr. Lee 8. McCoIJester of Tufts college, Boston, Dr. Vincent Tomlinson of Worcester, Mass., Richard Billines. Charles S. Tenney, who will conduct the singing, assisted by two soloists. Thf I 'a ' u i a nmnlt) urn in Ka tlta w. .Macl.ib- 10,t ftr 'the day of all who attend these meeting. People from Barre, .Montpelier, Mornsville, Stowe. Wil liamstown, Washington, Hardwjick, Cabot, Marshfield, Plainfield, East and Xorth Montpelier have been invited and are expected to attend. Every one ia expected to bring a picnic din ner and help in making- the day a glorious one. E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be) at J. T. Darling's Monday, the 25th. ( all and have your oves exam'ned. adv. mm "N3S2 -mm GIRLS! LEMONS WHITEN SKIN AND BLEACH FRECKLES Specials for Friday and Saturday SomanyskintrouMes only need a little ' Resinol to heal them for good For that itching patch of rash or eczema, try Resinol Ointment, before the trouble has a chance to become serious. You will doubt less be surprised to find how quickly it soothes and cools your irritated skin. Its harmless, gen tle ingredients make it safe for the tenderest skin. All druggists tell Resinol. Saturday Special Sale ORANGE Public dance at town hall, Orsrge, Friday, July 22. Music furni3h"d by Manera and Slora's orchestra. A good time guaranteed to all. adv. Health, wealth and efficiency are pro moted by attendance upon worship. Consider your needs. You are always welcome. Hut v. to ftppk to save souls bv pvrv ! Democratic candidate for United States i Wtimate channel open to it. Anil senator From April 3, HM12, to Dec. 1, il!XK5, he was a judge of the-supreme 'f.urt of Vermont and from 1008 to 'May 1, 1919, he again served on the su preme court bench. Judge Haselton was a member of the F.lden society of England, the Vermont Historical society and the American Society of International Law. His record on the bench was remark able for the legal wisdom of his decis 'ions which were seldom reversed. MEETING OF YOUNG QUAKERS. 3s Being Held at Richmond, Ind., Last of Month. Richmond, Ind., July 22. Young Quakers from virtually all the year fly meetings of the church in the Unit ed State will gather here to-day for the 12th annual conference arranged tY the Young Frierld board. The event usually attracts about ,M) young men i hy advertising, the churches ran secure Mid women. It will continue through listeners in the same way. The space AUK- ! I will hava to lie intelligently used. of Purposes of the conference are to 'course, nd the church must be able to I SMSaMaMBaBfavaHBaaBSBaDaaaaaHaMhadi .ei III i i m ing and increased its I e4. . - f a icticallv bv a million; '"f'lr,l" st K per cent. Its I ' Jt'xk7t ' r sas increased more than I I j j j j j (fjji v Digest can get readers! mm """"""J ! EaaaaaaaSHMaaaaaaSBnaaaaal Western Round Steak, lb.. 30c Western Roast f?eef, lb Just Look Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounver of Or chard White, which any drug store' will supply for a few cents! shake well, and you have a quarter pint of harmless and delightful lemon bleach. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the lace, neck, arms and hands each day, then shortly note the beauty arid wtmteness of your skin. Famous stage beauties' use this lemon lotion to bleach and bring that soft, clear, rosy-white complexion, also as a freckle, sunburn and tan bleach be cause it doesn't irritate. Adv. Large loaf of Bread, only 12c Fancy Potatoes, pk 60c Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz..42c I T.'ii'- r n.,i m T, , - 'tream oi wneat, pKg....'c Frankfort, per lb 20c ' Large pkg Cornmeal 20c Loin R6ast Pork, Tb..25c, 28c Good Geen Tea. lb 39c new spapers are legitimate enterprises. Indeed, the editorial sanctum ana the church pulpit, instead of being separated by the poles, are very close together, or ought to be. There is a field for work in newspaper advertising by the churches. They will reach people by the thousands who would not lie reached in any other way. They will be able to induce great numheis to enter their doors who would not enter without, this appeal. There may lie sceptics of this, but it will work out that way. Many examples can be' found. The Literary Digest warttel more readers just as the churches want more listeners. For four year it further instruct yo-unir Quakers in the Jiistory and doctrinal tenets of their hurch and to preaent modern social problems. . An important feature of this year' frneeting will be the presentation of the pageant, "Disarmament," written y Jennie Cart land Callister of Brook -3yn. X. Y. The Woman's Teace league of Bos Son, Miss Jan Addams of Chv-airo and Dr. Darid Starr Jordan of Califor nia are backing a movement to give the pageant wide publicity. K will be presented in many parts of the country fter its initial performance at Earl fcun col le re. It is de.irned to show ISow war draws on capital, labor, in-'j nustry, education and the moral and freliiriou resources of the country. Tim Quaker church has been very ac tive in tbe laet decade in terhing Its Vouth to prepafe for good cititenship. Clarence Pickett, general secretary of the Young Friends board, state that pocial emphais will be given this 3""1 this year. retain a fair share of those who are at tracted bv advertising, just as The Literary Digest has ro retain its sub scriber by the excellency of the publi- ' cation. St Albans Messenger. ' i FRECKLE-FACE Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots. How to Remove Easily. CABOT Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-Face, j to try a remedy for freckles with the , guarantee of a reliable concern that it will 'not cost you a penny unless it, removes the freckles; while if it does, give you a clear complexion tbe ex pense is trifling. 1 Simply get an ounce of Othine don-' ble strength from any druggit and a' few applications should show you how j eay it is to rid yourself of the homely fre kle and gt a beautiful complex-j ion. Barely m more than cm ounce , needed for the wort case. , Be mre to ask the dnirist for tbe Where Everybody Goes The New Park, To-day Douglas MacLean in CHICKENS A Paramount Picture A1m. International News Weekly and "Switches and Sweeties Comedy V To-morrow Elieen Percy linoe. Mifonx hall. XortTi Mont-1 doubie strength Ohma a this strength friirr, Monday, .iiiiy Hardwick t is ;ld cider giia'-snW of mnmv h k -s ...-a. ai . , - if ii nil io remove ireca.c. .av. j: "The Blushinx Brid A. YA m. l-ox reature. "Your Xexf t omedy Eddie Polo in "Kin of the Circus &aaM Frtra, tmmm Tim Pure Lard, per lb 14c Van Camp Pork and Beans, 20c size. ,f 5c Van Camp Pork and Beans, 3.c vize for 25c Large can Pork and Beans 15c No. 1 can Corned Beef. ...25c No. 1 can Roast Beef 25c Sardines, 4 cans for 25c Two cans Milk for 23c 3 lbs. pood Rice for 25c Good Peanut Butter, in 5-lb, pail, for 75c Also Watermelon, Oranges, Bananas, all fresh and good. Low prices. Call and See, ' J. G. Shadroui 115 So, Main SU Tel. 197-M Big Specials for Salnrday Only Good Western Beef Steak, per lb 29c Boiling Beef, per lb", ,9c to He Pork Loin, per lb 28c, 30c Fresh Pork Shoulder, lb.. 19c Ham Shoulder, per lb.- . . .19c Frankforts, per lb 18c Bacon, per lb 25c, 28c Salt Pork, per lb He Cheese, per lb 25c Compound Lard, lb . ..13c Compound Lard, No. 5 lb pail, for 59c Native Pure Lard, 5-lb pail, per Pail 70c Native Pure Lard, per lb. ,15c1 Dairy Butter, per lb 40c tha Soap 65c Washington Creamery Butter, Good Orange Pekoe Tea, per pkg 25c Large can Pineapple 40c Two pkgs. Shredded Wheat 25c Large can Spaghetti, ready to use, at 20c Large can Pork and Beans 15c 10 cakes Babbitt's Soap.. 63c 10 cakes Star Soap for 65c 10 cakes Wriite or Fels Naph- ! T 1 (- O nam Pnf Qfnno 1. f?T - Any kind of Bread 10c ' ' T i 77 Sugar, per lb. ;6i.c tomatoes, large cans 14c Peaches, per ian . '. , : 29c GoIden Edge Macaroni and Pears, per can 22c Spaghetti 9c Blueberries, per can 35c; Monadnock Mincemeat . ...15c Pineapple, per can ...... . 34C j Mardi-gras Tea, 14-lb 30c Big can Tomatoes 50c Rice in packages, lb..., ,10c Campbell's' Pork and Beans, I -Three for 25c per can v. . . '. 11c ! Sardines, 3 for 25c Corn, 2 for 25c 1 Sardines, 2 for ,25c Peas, 2 for ...v. 25c ' Campbell's Beans, 2 for... 24c Fel's-Naphtha Soap, 10 cakes Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, for ... 6Sc 2 for 25c Babbitt's Soap, 10 cakes . .70c Purity Rolled Oats, large siEe, Wool Soap,, per cake. ...... 5c J 2Tc World Soap, per cake '. 6c ! Armour's Soupscan 8c Goblin Soap, per cake. . . . , .5c' lue &tax rumpian, large can Lux, per pkg 11c! for 13c Rinso, per pkg 7ciBlue Star Corn, 2 cans. .. .34c Sun Maid Raisins, pkg 25c,Raisins 25c Mincemeat, 3 pkgs 23c Every Day Milk ,15c Vanilla and Lemon Extracts, : Powdered Sugar, lb 10c at ." 18c D. A. . Salmon, large can 29c New Potatoes,' peck ... . 65c ' Corn Beef Per n 25c Watermelon, per lb 5c Monadnock Spinach, can.. 23c uranges, aoz iuc, ovc, " iiuoV vun, Saturday Only 10 lbs. Graharfl Flour 45c 10 lbs. Oatmeal 45c Large can Herring 18c :it PJJ I iwurii l, act. o-io-ty 1 2 large cans Evaporated Milk for ' 25c 3 small cans Evaporated Milk for .0 20c 2 large cans Beans for 25c 2 pkgs. Mincemeat 25c Large can Pink Salmon. . . .15c Pineapple Preserve, S5c jar 29c Sunnj'side Honey, bottle. . . 10c Good Fancy Fruit ajt very low prices. Sweet Oranges, doz 25c Lemons, l i-doz 35c Real Ice Cream, quart.... 55c Real Ice Cream, pt 30c Ice Cream Cones 5c Ed. Zitcr Tel. 59-J. 107 South Main St. Yellow Eye or Pea Beans, per puart, only 15c Good Salt Pork, tb 12c Good Creamery Butter, lb. 56c Nut Oleomargarine, lb.... 25c Certified Oleo, lb 29c Pure Lard, 5-lb. pail 70c Pure Lard. 10-Ib. pail $1.40 Pillsbury's Flour, bbl. . .$11.00 j Rolled Oats, per lb Good Western Steak, lb .. 30c cornmeal per lb per lb 43c Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz.. 40c Matches, 12 pkg. for 39c Sardines, 3 cans for 25c Jersey Cornflakes, pkg 9c Our Special Coffee, lb.... 19c All other brands, lb 40c Ga?on cans Apple 55c Remember after this ,week Shredded Cocoanut,"2 pkgs'25c Full-weight Comb Honey, per lb 40c Olive Butter, jars 20c White Flour Raspberries . . 35c Crabs and Lobsters, can . . 40c Mustard, in jars 10c Cocoar large size 25c Cocoa, small size .14c Brown Baked National Crack ers 50c Armour's Deviled Meat .... 9c Corn Starch, ner package.. 10c Sugar,. 10 lbs. for.. 68c Vinegar, pint bottles 17c Creamery Butter, per lb., 46c Corn Starch, per package.. 10c Cream Cheese, per lb 23c 'jellies, in tumblers ...... 10c Ice Cream, quart. ........ 58c Pint 30c Also many other bargains. we will give 5 per cent discount on anything you buy from our store. Remember the place. , Tom Wobby Tel. 72-3. 145 Seminary St. Saturday Bargains Mardigras Tea, per lb.... 25c Elbow Spaghetti, 3 pkgs.. 25c Three for ..25c Gorton's Codfish, in cans 25c Peas, 2 cans Corn, 2 cans for. . . Royal Club Coffee 35c Salt Pork, per lb. 15c One Bar Falmohve free Hour, Pride of Niagara, 1 s Mount Vernon Coffee, lb..38cj sack $1.30 One pkg. Tea free. (Bread, 2 loaves for 25c 25c Sweet Com, 2 cans for. . .25c Ladd's Sponge Cakes 15c 25c I Tomato Soup. 3 cans for. ,25c t We have a full line of Na- Good Bottle Ketchup 13c ! Roast Pork, lb 27c to 3Jc'tiona .5c Frankforts, per lb. .5c Lava Soap, 6 bars for. Beef to boil or stew, Roast Pork and Chops, Ham, Shoul der , Boneless Ham. Pressed Ham, Minced and Boiled Ham, Frankforts, all at low prices. Call at our store and get your money's worth. Just across -,he bridge. Louis Romanos Special for Saturday 40c Oranges, dozen 35c 65 Oranges, dozen 60c 70c Oranges, dozen 65c Pineapples, each Ice Cream, quart Peaches, doz . -c, o.C Sun-Kisi Fruit Store M. J. Wobby, Prop, 262 No. Main Street . Toman Salmon, can 15c Molasses, in bulk, gal 65c White House Coffee per lb 35c Also many other good brands; of -Coffee at low prices. Whole Rice, 3 lbs 25c Broken nice 4 ids Zoc Good can Peaches, can. . . .25c Gofd can Pears can S4c Everyday and Armour's Evaporated Milk, 2 cans 25c Good can Shrimp can 15c Raisins, per pkg. . . . ; 26c; Oranres 150 count, ner doz 0c " J T t v . . ' viooa Dananas, aoz -ioc Snow Drop Pastry Flour one eighth sack '. .$1.19 Gold Medal Flour, per bbl $11 Bridal Veil Flour bbl... $11.50 All Good Soaps 10 bars ..65! Gasoline, gallon 26c Come and see our low prices on everything. It will always 0:c;'pay you to trade here. Don't forget the place, just across the track. ( 1 1 Hidder Habbep j 28-30 Prospect SU Tel S93-M All Orders Delivered Free tional and Sunshine Crackers. IScjGood Brooms at 65c -5c Shrimps, can 20c None Better Naphtha boap.4j We ave a full line of r.ice bars for . . . . . 25c Hosiery, all low prices. Corn Starch 3 pkgs. for. .2oc Gi mon. Gloss Starch. 3 pkgs for. .2nc ... Potatoes, pk :. . 59c ; B. P. Shadroui Tel 184-W, 50 Brook Street Cameron's Store ' 161 Washington SU Tel 712-W .23c A COMPLETE ELECTRIC PLANT FOR THE FARM ' l rru want thine wore nandv around' tfi flou and barn? Put in Ivlco-Light. It furnishes alwtne pnwer fr operating- lig-ht machinery. It funti! rl-trir lijrhta for tht bouc and harn. It pump and fir xnr water to whrrrxrr you want it, end fre other u-fl work. Write fer Catalog tt'. C. GOODWIN 5 4 LIBERTY ST.. M05TFELIIR, VT. USED THROUGHOUT TIIE WORLD