THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922.
TRETCH out with
a feeling of supreme
comtort; and luxurious
case let every muscle and
nerve relax. Then sleep
comes easily sound, rest-
can enjoy just such sleep-inviting comfort if your bed
is equipped with a ,
: Wfi& Sa&hss Spring
Vk1"' 1 trt any Laf-rfvv "
' Its patented hollow cable construction insures the ut
, most in sleeping comfort and restfulness. Does not roll
you to center of bed." Noiseless, sanitary, does not tear
bedding. . ' ..
Guaranteed for 25 years not to stretch, sag or break.
Be fcure you get the genuine "Way look for the name
and red stripes on the frame. 4
B. W. Hooker & Co.
Duron toMMMir nratiress1
Qtj iiiQit jiuw wnert mnii wear cornel
Easy to keip clean
Will mot widen .,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
The kind that freezes while you wait.
The bid reliable -WHITE MOUN
We carry a complete line of WATER
Our prices on these goods are right.
M N.D. Phelps Co.i
has the following features: Motor improves with use, no
valves to grind ; carbon is beneficial ; easy Yiding qualities.
Equipment Cord Tires, Snubbers, etc.' Price $1375, f. o. b.
H. F. CUTLER & SON
13 So. Main Street, Tel. 750, Barre
Forequarters, for Saturday, per lb 22c
2 lbs. Beef Sausage for , 25e
. COLD MEATS
Boiled Ham, one-fourth lt 20c
Jellied Tongue, one-fourth lb ,13c
Pressed Corned Beef, per lb 35c
Minced Ham, per lb ,50c
Chicken, Tongue, Corned Beef in cans.
Native Green Peas, Native Beets, Native Lettuce, Na
tive Bunch Onions. New Mealy Potatoes, per lb 5c.
FRESH FRUIT Watermelon, Canteloupes,' Ripe Ban
anas. Grapefruit, Oranges.
A NEW ONE
A new hot weather dessert is Jelly Mange, with Marshmel
low Sauce, per pkg .13c
6 Moulds FREE with every 6 pkgs;
ALL MIXED Assortment De Luxe National Cookies, 1
lb. pkgs., 8 kinds 33c
BAKED BEANS, per quart 20c
Potato Chips, fresh, per pkgs. . t 10c
The W. D. Smith Company, Inc.
JOHN W. THOMXS, well-known
insurance man of Wilmington,
Cel., who declares Tanlac promptly
overcame his stubborn stomach
trouble; and run-down condition fol
lowing two attacks of influenza.
Gains weight and now feels fine. .
I V -A' 1J
r.lLK OF THE TOW fi
"The fin loft me in such run-down
condition life was miserable and work
a burden," declared John V. Tlionmo,
well-known insurance mn. (K'O Tat
niill St., Wilminptori, DA.; in a recsnt
statement regurdinfr Tanlac.
"Twice I waa a victim of the flu,"
he continued, "the last time about two
years ago, and since then I suffered
from stomach trouble, nervousness and
dizzy spells. After eating, gas on my
stomach worked up through my chest
and made bv heart heat so fa-t it
alarmed me and I nearly smothered.
I could never get good night's ulcep
and got up mornings with a mean
taste in mv mouth and all tired out.
"Other medicines seemed to do me
harm instead of good, but three bot
tles of Tanlac rid me of indigestion,
the nervousness and dizziness. Mr
sleep Is restful and I am feeling like
a diflerent man. laniac is certainly
1 anlac is sold by All good druggists.
A pure ointment
that has brought
joy to thousands
tortured by skin
. ioolhinq and Helinq .
in the new Paramount picture,
A first run attraction in
which Jack Holt is supported
hy an excellent cast. Also
THE LATEST NEWS
Band concert to-night from the band
stand in city park.
Dance at Woodbury lake house, Fri
day, July 7. Carrol Is orchestra. adv.
You will know it's an 0K0 screen,
because it is better. 0K0 Co., Barre."-
Yes. the biir July wile starts Satur
day morning at the Union Dry Goods
Minnie Fraser of New Haven, Conn.,
ia passing a few days' visit with her
mother on Brooklyn street. ,
John Shea of Boston, arrived In the
city yesterday for a visit with his
brother, Frank, of this city.
If jou like that little air of privacy
have your college ices served in the
booth at the Kexall store. adv.
, See the big assortment of wool jer
sey suits at $7.05 on sale Saturday at
the Union Dry Goads Co. adv.
Come early Saturday morning for
the hundreds of bargains offered in the
big July sales at the Union Dry Goo.is
Co.-adV. ' ,
Miss Coralie M. Batchelder left this
morning for Massachusetts, where she
will spend several weeks with wlatives
and friends. " ' .
Wilfred L. Lowe, employed at the
American Thread company of Williman-
tic, Conn., is visiting hia parent aur-1
ing his vacation. ; I
'Gainsbrough" hair nets without
doubt the finest made, single mesh lc,
double mesh 15c, two for 2ac, at
Drown' Drug store .radvj
'Discriminating housewives know that
to make a really good cake a pure, re
liable, extract is essential. Most of
them use Baker' Certified Flavoring
Miss Dolores GWnn of Hill street has
returned to her home in this city, aft
er passing three weeks with friends and
relatives' in Boston, Manchester and
other southern Kew England points. .
Very encouraging news comes to his
Barre friends and relatives from George
K. Bond, who Is receiving treatment in
Boston for a tubercular trouble. Mr.
Bond is very much bitter, is able to
walk about and ride and go to a phy
sician's office for treatment. Mrs. Bond
and their daughter, Ruth, are with him
in Boston, having rented a furnished
The water department plans to flush
Out the Orange system main to-mor
row (Saturday). Beginning about 8
o'clock, the watef may be iroily and
householders should draw drinking wa
ter beforehand. It ia not planned to
flush the Bolster system at this time,
but if residents of the weot side of the
city have trouble with sediment in the
water, it will be flushed next week if
sufficient requests are made.. Superin
tendent water department.
The final result as shown by the
American Legion scorer' card was 8 to
S in favor of the Legion in the game
played between them and the Vinci' ia
club la t evening. This was the first
time the two teams clashed and the
Legion team, w hich had been practicing
steadilr, found it hard to beat the Vin-
(it is nine, no man of which had swung
a hat this year. A large number of
walks wai all that saved the Legion
hatters, for the fielding of the Vinehia
nine was perfect. Johnson of the Le
gion pitched a good game until the fifth
inning when he had to break his pa."e
and slow up. Brown, who waa expected
to catch fr the Vincitia nine, did not
show up and as Caiderara and, Black
more were unable to be present the
strength of that club was sadly im
paired. Giacherio, for the Legion, made
the sensational catch of the game, get
ting a long fly from his brother's bat
nearly to the school house.
Sells Lipt on' s
He knows that the popular
demand for it ia no mere
chance. Quality, flavor
and freshness have given
Largest Sale in the World
AND WHITEN SKIN
Squeeze the juice of two lemons into
a bottle containing three ounces of Or
chard White, wjiich any drug store will
supply for a few cents, shake well, and
you have a quarter pint of the best
freckle and tan bleach, and complexion
Massage this sweetly fragrant lemon
lotion into the face, neck, arms and
hands each day and see ho.w freckles
and blemishes bleach out and how
clear, soft and rosy-white the skin be
comes. adv. -
M. L. Messer has his optical office
open upstairsr in same block as E. R.
Campbell's office. Moderate prices.
Special meeting of lumpers, boxers
and derrirkmen's branch, ?"o. 50, w'H
be held in Foresters hall, Worthen
block, Saturday evening, July t,
sharp. Special business.
The greatest scientific minds agree
that yeast i one of the most impoi
tant medical discoveries. No method f
banishing skin eruptions or building
health has yet been found which ean
equal it. This is because yeast contains
certain vital element which are lack
ing In the modern diet. Already mil
lions of people have secured amazing
benefits from yeast. Recently, howeve',
a new process ha been discovered,
called "ironiration," through which peo
ple are securing benefits from yeast in
just half the unial time. This process
embodied only in Ironized Yeast, helps
to Immediately convert the vital yeast
element into firm tissue and rich pure
blood." If weak, thin or run down or
if troubled with pimples, blackheads or
boils, it will pay you to try Ironized
Yeast at once. To try Ironized Yeast
entirely free wmply mail postcard for
famous 3-day FRKE test. Address lron
ised Yeast Co., Dept. 87, Atlanta, Ga.
; i Ironized Yeast is recommended and
J guaranteed by all good druggist. adv.
5-Passenger Touring Brougham
Custom made body with Marvel6uscVelie-Built-Motor
For the long trip or use as a town car, Velie Touring Brougham
is one of the most attractive models ever created. It has the
appearance of a Coupe but seats five people comfortably.
Right front seat tips forward giving access o wide rear seat - -for
three. Upholstered in Mohair velvet Dome and reading
lights. Roomy trunk at back, containing two suit cases and
hat box. Vertical nickel rails on rear. One of four Velie Models
open and closed. All equipped with marvelous Velie -built
motor automatically lubricated, dirt, grit and ' -st proof. You
should see and try the Velie. Demonstration l. request.
Drown Motor Gar Co.
160 College St.
46 No. Main St.
For Saturday Bargains
Fancy Dairy Butter, lb. ..... ..:57c;
Washington Creamery Butter, lb. 4!Vr;
Seeded Raisins, pkg : .;'0c
(Jood old Cheese, lb Oe j
Sunnycorn, pkg. lOci
Old Potatoes, good, pkg .2"ie
Large can Peaches -, .:i(c
Large can Pineapple . 1fc
Tomatoes, ran' )Sc
Catsup, large bottle ..25c
10 cakes Babbitt's or World .Soap 5(c
10 cakes Borax Sosp 50c
3 pkgs. Macaroni or Spaghetti ...,.i5c
3 cakes Palmolive Soap ....2"c
3 pkgs. Kellogg Corn Flakes 25c
6 pkgs. Birdseye Matches 5e
Yellow Eye or Pea Beans, lb i. 10c
tiood Roast Pork, Pork Steak and
Chops, Beef to Stew or Boil, Western
Beef Steak, Sausage and Bolugna. and.
a good many other things for Satur
59 Prospect St, TeL 348-W
$ $ $ $ $ s ss $$ s s $ $$ $ $$ $ $ $
$ $ $ $ $
in the new Fox feature,
THE SELF MADE MAN"
-With Stanley in Africa"
Mr. Howe at the Organ
The biggest treat of the
year for the thousands
who, love the movies
MARY PICKFORD AND
BANKS take turns in
writing ten chapters of
rippling, rollicking, clev
er travel stories "From
Hollywood to Paris."
Their story is filled with
intimate sidelights. Be
gins in the next BOSTON
July 9. Tell your news
dealer to save you a Bos
ton Sunday Globe.
DorVt Forget the
Big Bargain Carnival
Seven Days, July 8-15, Inclusive
Fresh Fowls, per lb , ". . . '.. 42c
Home cured Boneless Smoked Shoulder, per lt ..... .25c
Home cured Cottage Hams I . . . . . . ;. 30c
Corned Pork Spare Ribs, per lb '. , . . . . . .10c
. Salt Pork, per lb v. .15c
Lard, No. 5 .... . .'.75c
No. 10 Lard .$1.40
Pork Sausage, per lb : . . .18c
Beef Sausage, per lb 10c; 3 lbs 25c
Pork Roasts, per lb ............. .. .25c, 30c, 32c
Western Beef Pot Roasts, per lb . , . ..... 20c
. Veal Pot Roasts, per lb 20c
Legs Spring Lamb, per lb 35c
Forequarter Lamb, whole, per lb ................ . ,25c
Western Beef Roasts, per lb 35c
Roast Veal, per lb .35c
Lettuce, Ripe Tomatoes, Carrots, Wax Beans, New Tur
nips, Native Bunch Beets, Spinach and Native Peas. ;
2 packages Minute Tapioca :.25c
Salted Soda Crackers, per lb ....................... 15c
4 1-Ib. packages Corn Starch 25c
3 packages Jiffy Jel. '.. ....... ..25c
6 cakes Lenox Soap for 25c
4 cakes Babbitt's Soap 25c; one 1776 FREE
4 rolls Baltimore Toilet Paper 25c
Heinz's or Van Camp's Baked Beans ........ .15c and 25c
Monadnock Baked Beans, large cans . .22c
Deviled Meat . 5c and iOc
Lunch Tongue, per can 25c
Full line Derby Brand Meat in jars.
Plain Olives , ; . 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c
Stuffed Olives 15c, 18c, 25c, 35c, 55c
Pickles, sweet or sour, Pickled Onions and Chow Chow.
Clicquot Ginger Ale, case $3.50; Moxie, bottle 30c
Glass Jars, pt., pt., qt. and 2 qt.
Rubbers, Fitz-em-All, Good Luck and Kold Prosso, Par
awax. Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Grapefruit, Canteloupe and
Cherries for canning. . ; ,
Houghton & Robins
in Montpelier have set apart the above week solely
to give you an opportunity to save money and ob
tain desirable merchandise,
$200 Given Away in Prizes
This is an opportunity that you cannot afford to
miss if you want real value for your money and
Ve Can't Tell You Everything Here
We Can Show You Real Bargains
THERE WILL BE
A SEVEN DAYS' CARNIVAL
of of of
BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS
A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED
MONTPELIER'S BARGAIN STORES
3 dozen Good Luck Jar Rubbers 25c
Pint Lightning Top Jars, cash and carry ; . . 85c
Quart Lightning Top Jars, cash and carry $1.00
New full Cream Che?se. per lb ....30c
Kraft, Pimento and Old English Cheese.
Lemons, special for Saturday, dozen .35c
Canteloupes, pink meats, 2 for 25c
DAKERY DEPARTMENT '
Cream Bread, Raisin and Graham Bread, a!l 10c
Baked Beans, quart 20c; Brown Bread 10c
Tarts, Turnovers, Light Pound Cake
Smoked Shoulder, 8 to 10 lbs. each, lb 20c
Hamburg Steak, per lb . . 13c Legs of Lamb .35
Butt Steak, per lb 25c Pork Liver, 2 lbs. ..... .25c
Beef Sausage, 2 lbs 25c Native Fowls, lb 12c
New Beets. Carrots, String Beans and Ripe Tomatoes,
We expect Red Star new Potatoes for Saturday.
Blueberries, Cherries, and last call on Strawberries.
Maine Salmon, Sword Fish, Halibut, Mackerel other ,
Stuffed Olives are cheap also plain.
Fih Cakes all ready made.
THE F. D. LADD CQ.
$ $ $ s
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