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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FKrtJAY, APRIL 14, 1922.
EASTER The Spring of the year the pe riod of Hope and Happiness; when nature.bursts forth in all her fresh beauty; when the dark, bleak days of Winter are gone. As nature for gets the past, and puts on he new, clean coverings so ought we to imitate her ; and, as much as we are able, freshen our homes and our outlook on life. B. W. Hooker & Co. TALK OF THE TOWN If you do not see "Theodora" you night as well stop going to see motion picture. adv. , . Easter ball at grange hall, Williams town, Monday evening. Carroll's seven- piece orchestra.' adv. , Fur chokers for Easter. We have them on hand at reasonable prices. Barre Tailor Shop, Eastman block. adv. ' Get your suits and, coats dry cleaned for Easter. Satisfactory work and quick service. Barre Tailor shop, W. Krinovitz, Eastman block. Tel. 192 -J. adv. . Easter dance, the first of tlie season with Carroll's orchestra, Quarry Bank hall, Wednesday, April 13, auspices Ja dies' union of the Universalis church. Admission, $1 per couple. adv. , For plumbing, heating and general repair work call James McLeod, 1-3 Orange street. Tel. 71-W or orders may be left at A. J. Stewart's black smith shop, Prospect street. adv. The last concert of the season, Nata lie 51. Jamieson, soprano, Helen An nas,, pianist, Barre Woman's club. Quarry Bank hall, next Tuesday, April 18, at 8:13 o'clock. Members admitted! by ticket; public 25c. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN To-day was Good Friday and was ob served ail over the city. Four pounds 45c Opcko coffee for $1 at the Red Cross Pharmacy. adv. If you do not see "Theodora" you might as well stop going to see motion pictures. adv. Inella Ball of Hill street has resumed her duties in Montpelier, after passing several days with friends in Burling ton. Big Easter Monday, donee, Monday, April 17, Quarry Bank hall, under an spices American Legion. White Moun tain jazz orchestra, seven pieces. Ad mission, $1 per couple. adv. A. J. Rogers of the New England Road Machine company, who came to this city with the object to sell the city of Barre a frtonecrusher, returned last evening to hig home in Boston. Miss Natalie Jamieson of the Morse block arrived in this city yesterday from Montreal, where she has been at tending McGill university. The annual spring vacation is now in force at the college, giving Miss Jamieson a chance to return to this city in order to give, hr vocal recital in the Howland hall next Tuesday. ' ' THE MOST COMPLETE EASTER LINE EVER OFFERED Home Cured Bacon, strip, per lb . . i . . .23c; sliced, It) 30c Home Cured Boneless Smoked Shoulder, per lb 25c Home Cured Hams, wiole, per lb ........ .35c Last but not least, one of those famous Cottage Hams, 5 to 8 lb. average, per lb . . . . 30c Beef Sausage, per lb .......... ,. ... i. , . 10c; 3 lbs 25c Pork Sausage, per lb . .20c , Fancy Fowls, per lb . . 45c Native genuine Spring Lamb, per lb 50c Pork Roasts, native pork, per lb .... . 25c, 30c, 32c Roast Veal, per lb 35c Beef Roasts, per lb . . . .35c, 38c Beef Pot Roasts, per lb .'. . . . 20c Veal Pot Roasts for Saturday, per lb 18c Whole Western Beef Butts, per It) 20c Celery, Lettuce, Parsley, Spinach, Dandelions, Ripe To matoes, Fresh Asparagus, Wax Beans, Cucumbers, Pars nips. Grocery Department Canned Com, 2 for .' 25c, 20c and 25c Native fresh Eggs, per dozen 32c Canned Peas 15c, 20c and 28c Canned Tomatoes, 2 for 25c, 20c and 25c Canned String Beans 18c, 20c and 25c Canned Shell, Lima, Kidney Beans 18c Canned Dandelions and Spinach - 25c Canned Asparagus ... .y. 20c and 45c Canned Peaches . 22c, 27c, 40c Canned Pears,. Monadnock .....' 45c Canned White Cherries, Monadnock ,40c Canned Apricot or Damson Plums, Monadnock ....... 40c Canned Sliced Pineapple 30c and 40c Po tato Chips, 2 pkgs for 25c Premier Salad Dressing 15c and 40c" Grapefruit, 3 and 2 for 25c C. H. Cross Bread 10c Houghton & Robins Your Easter Breakfast should be Ham and Eess, of course. Have the Ham our Green Mountain brand and vou will be satisfied with its tenderness and delicious flavor.. I Fresh Ecus, per dozen 30c j FRUIT i Grapefruit, each 10c and 15c j Oranges, pe r dozen 50c, 60c, 70c, 80c Bananas, nice yellow ones. 2 lbs. for 25c j FRESH VEGETABLES Lettuce, Celery, New Cabbage, Dandelions, Parsnips, j Radishes. j TO MAKE YOU HAPPY j White Nut Cakes, Chocolate Cakes, Cream Rolls, Cream Puffs, Cream Cakes, Cup Cakes in Sanitary Baking Cups, Delicious Cookies. You don't know Beans until you have tasted ours, qt 20c Last day on Hot Cross Buns, dozen ....15c RICHELIEU CANNED GOODS are unsurpassed for quality, all fruits in heavy syrup and nothing tut perfect fruit used. Pineapple, Peaches. Pears, White Cherries, Pitted Prunes, Egg and Gage riums. The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. Successors to 1T Tl Hi Successors to Adams Co. MSJflt (Uffiip8LHy Adams Co. 188 N. Main St., Barre, Vermont. Last minute suggestions to help you in choosing your Style Quality Easter AidtoM .Finish ; Workmanship You can choose your Easter Hat, Suit, Wrap, or Dress with confidence and with the assurance that every gar ment has been carefully selected by us not only as to style not only as to quality not only as to workmanship -but even to the little details of toe trimmings which lend so much to the attractiveness of a garment. Then too, our policy of "one of a kind models" insures an exclusiveness which so many women desire more one of a kind garments have been received for Saturday's selling and with these new shipments our stocks are unusually completein size and color ranges. v ' '", Dresses Navy Blue Dresses, of tricptine, Poiret twill and serge. In smart straight lire styles. Some trimmed with military braid, others with buttons and wool em broideries, prices , I 12.50, $15, to $25 Dresses- for street and afternoon wear, "one of a kind" models of crepe back satin, Canton crepe, crepe meteor, crepe de chine and other silk materials. Bead ed, embroidered and fringed in many at tractive designs. Colors navy, black and brown. 16.50, $25, to $55 Suits Tweed Suits These attractive suits come in tailored effects, plain for sport and general wear. Tans, rose, blue and periwinkle shades. Specially price at 17.50 and S25 Navy Tricotine Suits with smart box coats and straight line skirts. Strictly man tailored. Some effectively trimmed with braid, others with attractive de signs of hand embroidery done in silk. All unusual values at 29.50, $35, 37.50 Coats Hats Sport Coats and Wraps in the much wanted tweeds and herringbone weaves loose back belted models raglan and cape effect sleeves colors, tans, grays and browns. Specially priced at 16.50, 19.50 to 29.50 Wraps and Coats in navy tricotine, rich yet light in weight gracefully clinging or slightly flaring in effect. Some plain tailored, some with trimmings of lag quered silk braid, others with elaborate designs of silk embroidery, all specially" priced at . S35 and 37.50 Just Received another shipment of trimmed and untrimmed hats from one of our best makers, in time for late choosers ; they include sailor hats in Milan straws and hemp close fitting turbans and Hats in sports models and colors. ! 2.95, 3.95 to 7.95 The New Dress Hats are most becoming in hair cloth, lace and other fascinating materials. More of these have just been received in time for Saturday. 3.50, 4.95 to 8.50 Children's White Dresses In crisp lawns and voiles. Tretty and dainty models with trimmings of 'fine laces und embroideries. Sites from two to six years. 1.50, 1.95 to 5.00 Tailored Blouses All white with ruffle fronts and edgings of fine laces white with plain contrasting colored trimmings others with trimmings of checked ginghams, fine plaitings and cluster tuckings the new spring suits and sport skirts demand the use of tailored waists. Beautiful models in sheer batiste, fine lawn and dimity all are moderate ly priced at 2.25, 2.50, 2.95 to 3.95. 2.25 to 3:95 Misses' Sport Hats In mercerized pongee, attractive col' ors in pongee, brown, blue, row, aprkot with wool embroidery de signs at $1.25. - Children's Straw Hats and Bonnets at $1.73 to $4.50. Tailored Neckwear Tailored effects in collar, and cuff sets for wear with' the tailored suits ratine, linen in white and natural some plain, others with embroideries in contrasting colors. 59c, 93c to 3.95 Hair Ribbons Plain colors ia pink, bluf, white, brown, rose, etc. also two toned effects, satin stripes, plaids, broche and moire effects, heavy quality. 39c, 49c to 69c yard Silk Petticoats , All Taffeta in changeable effects ail Silk Jersey Silk Jersey wilh changeable taffeta flounce many styles and colors at 3.98, 4.93 and 5.95 New Metal Girdles Just received a new lot of metal and .chain girdles in about ten Styles colors, jade, purple, while, jrray, black, red, periwinkle, orange, ttc. V98c to 1.50 New Silk Scarfs A necessary Easter outfit accessory most stylish and most becoming are these beautiful scarfs in the brilliant sport shades, 2.95 to 4.93 New Gingham Dresses, For children and misses. Made from fine imported and domestic materials. Plain colors, novelty plaids and checks. A wonderful assortment of attractive styles at 2.95, 3.25 to 5.50 Real Kid Gloves Silk Emb. Backs Value 2.50 pair 1.98 A beautiful quality real kid, flexible and soft, silk emb. backs brown with black and black with white. Heavy Silk Gloves, a new importation, in black, gray, and champagne, heavy embroidered backs, at .79c. Chamoisuede Gloves, of very fine quality, soft suede finish, silk embroidered backs, colors pongee and champagne, at 69c. , Gauntlet Kid Gloves at $2.98. . Other Silk Gloves at $1.00 to $1.50. New Dress Skirts In Prunella cloths, tweeds and novelty weaves. Sport shades in plain and checked effects also navy with contrasting plaid and striped insets, plaited models. 5.95, 6.25,o 8.95 The new skirts when worn with the fashionable tweed coats and tailored waists make a most pleasing combination. Children's Capes and Coats Capes of tan, blue and gray tweeds also red flannel graceful, flaring lines at 6.98 to 9.95. Coats of navy serge, wool tricotine and tweed in the sport shades at 5.95 and 6.98. Pure Silk Hose Full Fashioned Value 1.2.50 1.89 Beautiful quality pure thread silk, full fashioned colors black, cordovan, Russia calf and champagne. Fibre Silk Hose One of the best qualities made seamed back, heavy weight. Black, cordovan, shoe gray and champagne. Special price $1.00. Children's Socks, in beautiful mercerized lisle and fibre silk. Plain colors and attractive color combinations. Prices 39c and 50c. Children's Sport Hose of fibre silk at 59c. TALK OF THE TOWN Rose and carnation for Easter at Drown's Drug store. adv. Two packages Opeko tea for 51c at tli Red Crow Pharmacy. adv. If you 'do not see "Theodora" you might as well stop going to see mot ion pictures. adv. Kaxter ball at rranpe hall. Williams- town, Monday evening. Carroll's seven- piece orchestra. adv. Fur chokers for F.aster. Wa hate them on hand at reasonable price. Burrs Tailor Shop, Eatmaa block. adv. All bill due Ward t Son not paid by May 1 will be placed in collector's hands, with interest chaiged, as added costs. adv. Special Easter dinner with all the f.xin's, at Hotel Barre, II plate. Tel. ft) how many, if convenient. J. V. Rn. Pron. t Ln .,,; mnA rvrta t a Arm ' for Kaster. Sstisfartnrr work and qn'uk service. Barre Tailor shop. V. Krinovitt, Ka.tman block. TeL 192-J. -dr. C. E. Ilnaz of the Acme Road Ma chine company, who has been passing; ts dsys ia this ritr on business, re- turned "to his home In Buriinptna Je- terdar. Mr. Hnag etpets to return t; tbi city nest Tuesday, j Remeroher to get yout Easter cards at Martin's Bxk store. sdv. j Mie Ila Riddrl and Mary Adams ff South Barre Irft this mnroinf for; XorU sanptftB, Ma. t viit relative, aad before retnmirg fcrm they will aln vj.it in Connecticut., j HAROLD LLOYD IS COMING tO BARRE TM.K OF THE. TOWN Max Holdenof South Main street is passing a few days at bis home here from his studies at Boston university. Notice, Baptist Endeavorers! We have been invited to join with the Methodists for the Easter sunrise serv ice. 7 o'clock a. m. Walter McHugo of Barre, who has been billing clerk at the Montpelier A Wella Rver freight station in thi city, has been appointed freight and passenger apent at the office of the company in Mntelier, succeeding C II. Lawrence, who is to take up hi residence in Barre to assist in the man agement of the Murphy 4 VVeafer business. For Eastertide the best you've tried. Made with Occident Flour and plenty of fruit. Fall size and the very best to be had. 18c per dozen. v '. CrrjBAKERY.N fv4 MALTBREAD K. MACRAE 1 Pearl Street, Just a Step from Main St. . Saturday, Easter Sale of Coats and Suits Before making ara offering. your final selections see the very unusual values we Sprint CoaU, specially priced at $11.73 and $16.73. Spring Suits, specially priced at $24.73 and $29.30. rTTI If Jl-1 FOSS CHOCOLATES for Easter the kind to ask for the last word in purity You prefer pure candies, if you can only get them. Oft en, if taste is f&ti?ficd, you forget everything else. The taste is in our candy, the purity there oo; so how much better and safer they are to buy. Drown's Drug Store 4S North Main Street, TeL G30-G31 Easter Values i Strictly fresh, nearby Eggs, per dozen 30c Oranges, Floridas, sweet and very juicy, per dozen . ..65c California Oranges, seedless, dozen' 60c and 70c , Premier Marmalade, special price, each 1 0c Home-made Fudge, plain and Chocolate, per lb 30c Our Candy department is full of good things for the whole family at right prices. BAKERY DEPARTMENT Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs for Saturday. Raisin, Graham and Rye Bread. Ladd's Twin Loaf, the loaf of real value. Baked Beans, qt .......20c Brown Bread 10c MEAT DEPARTMENT Ladd's "Special" Hams and Bacons are made from Ver mont corn fed pigs. Try them for Easter. Hamburg Steak, lb ....15c Butt Steak, lb 25e Round Steak, lb 35c Beef Sausage, 2 lbs ....25c Celery. Lettuce, Radishes, Spinach, Dandelions, Rhu barb and Tomatoes. Fresh Strawberries to-day. FISH DEPARTMENT Lobster Sale Saturday, fish department window, cash and I carry. Lobsters, per lb., only 35c AUo Shrimp. Oysters, Clams. Halibut, Salmon, Shad, I Haddies, etc. f EXTRA FOR EASTER J Fresh Mushroom?, Romaine, Honey Dew Melons.! This Window Has No Competition. THE F. D. LADD CO. t 3 V.