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rim BAllKJS DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1022.
Before You Buy your dining room and living room furniture, come to see our stock. . We'll show you quality furniture at. prices that will please you. In our windows to-day we display a dining room suite of ' the Italian Renaissance period. Buffet, China table and chairs of American Walnut Also a three-piece upholstery suite in tapestry silk. Davenport, chair and rocker. Let us show you our complete Stock B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UK-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rates iui u hara-ariTn sabalancei distant call at remnnaU Inn . Talaphena 87-W. ( 1 Always t First to Givt the Public What It Want. Working in our Window GOULD'S WATER PUMPING OUTFIT 180 gallons per minute, at a price of $12o.00 5 per cent discount for cash. The best buy on the Market. N.D.IPKclpsCo. X 'PHONES 28-29, Barre, Vt COAL AND WOOD - - No Hard Coal in sight. You have been advised to buy Soft Coal or Wood. Buy Last Block Wood at $4.00. Hard wood Slabs at $4.00 (if delivered in 3 run or 6 run lots at $3.50 per run.) We have Block Wood, Second Growth Wood, Limb Wood, Chair Wood, Bobbin Wood and Kind ling's. We can sell you 4 ft. Wood and caw it any length you want. We have Soft Coal. Phone 450 Calder & Richardson Depot Sqiare TALK OF THE TOWN C. J. Bailow of Plainfield was a a itor in the city yesterday. ; Victor record for September on sale at wttienoia a to-day. adv. Mr. F. V. Hassam of Bethel visited friends in this city yesterday. Lesmond Anair of Waterbiiry visited witn trienda in this city yesterday. w uiara li. Jveacn of Uoncord was a buViness visitor in the city yesterday. F. J. Rich of Randolph Center was a Business visitor in the city yesterday. i.lwin rarhan ot Craftsbury was in the citv yesterday afternoon on a busi-1 ness visit.' , A. A. Lamorey of French street re turned yesterday from a business visit in Boston. ." Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Puffer of Grot on visited friends in this city yester day afternoon. While- we do not celebrate at Inter city park, we will in Quarry Bank hall Monday evening. adv. Public dance every Saturday night, Quarry Bank hall; Carroll' orchestra. Special car after dance. ad. . Mr. and Mrs. William Reaside of South Main street have given up their tenement and gone to Boston. Good Victor safe for sale, suitable for home. H. P. Bradbury, 123 Wash ington street. Tel. 644-M.adv. R. C. Dukes of South Strafford stopped in this city yesterday while on a motor tour through tins locality. Kcmember the .Labor day ball m Quarrv Rank hall. Best of music. Ev erybody qome. Monday, Sept. 4. adv. A meeting of the directors of the Barre Woman's club will be held Tues day evening, Sept. 5, at 7:30, in Aldrieh hall. . All stores, members of the Barre Re tail Merchant' association. Inc., will be closed all day Monday, Sept. 4, La bor day. Mrs. M. Perrou and children of Bos ton are passing a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Currier of North Main street. , Mrs. Edwin W. Bruce, violinist, will teach at 15 Merchant street, phone 74- M, Thursdays and Saturdays, com mencing Sept. 7. Tel. Montpelier 544 W. adv. Mrs. jv. s. ranborn of iheisea was a business viMtor in the city yester day afternoon. She was accompanied home by Miss tiara Densroore of the Board of Trade office, who will pass the week end at her home there. TALK OF THE TOWN Victor records for September on sale at Littlefield's to-day. adv. Ladies are cordially invited to hear Sam Squib in Quarry Bank hall Labor day evening,- adv. ; Violin and piano lessons. Call 32 Jefferson street Saturday from 1 to p. m. r. L. Landi. adv. Suit or overcoat, $30, all virgin wool, This is making thirty dollars' talk like sixty. Royal Tailor Man. adv.- All stores, members of the Barre Re tail Merchant association, Inc., will be closed all day Monday, Sept, 4, La bor day. - - . . Charles Monti and Eugene Stcfanaz zi returned to-day from Essex, M. X. where they have been employed lor the past two montns. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richardson of Merchant street have returned borne after a week's vacation spent in Bos ,ton and Valtham, Mass. - "The Valley of Silent Men," James Oliver Curwood's story of the north west mounted police and a first-run Paramount picture, will be the' first attraction at the Park Paramount week, starting Monday, adv. Rev. Bert J. Lehigh returned yester day from Brockville, Canada; where he spent the month of August visiting his sisters, He was accompanied home by his niece, Miss Jean MacKenzie, who will make a visit at the parsonage. All services at the Baptist church will be resumed on Sunday. The regular meetitig of Cobble Hill grange will be held Tuesday evening fccpt. a, at 8 o clock sharp. Members please take notice and come early, as there is to be a contest between the youig people and the young elders dur ing September, lueaday evening the young people will furnish the enter tainment. SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Time and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. STOWE Byron Culver, 22, Died in Burlington Following Appendicitis Operation. Byron D. Culver died Thursday at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Burling ton, where be underwent an operation tor appendicitis luesday. He was 11 year of aj?e. He leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Culver, four brother, Lew in, Elrov and Thomas and two sisters, Mrs. Walter O. Hale and Miss Leola Culver. The body was brought to Mo we Friday. There was a irood attendance at the farmers' meeting at the Community Wendell Allen of North Main street, church Thursday evening. A five-reel who has been employed during the summer months in Magnolia, .Mass., arrived in the city last evening for a visit with friends and relatives be fore returning to Tufts Dental col lege later in the month. "Just Tals Trusting to Luck 20,- 000 Miles," is the motto carried on the knapsacks of Merrill Gridley and James Perigo, hikers who arrived here yesterday afternoon.- The two young fellows started from, Boston on July 31 and plan to hit every capital city in the United States before they call their trip completed. The whole jour ney will take about two ysars and will cover 20,000 miles. Gridley, aged 24, has lost his left arm, and Perigo, aged 2fl, has lost his right leg and doe his traveling on crutches. I hey were not injured during the war but re ceived their injuries a long time be fore. However, they were wverseas with the Community Entertainment bureau and helped in entertaining (he soldiers. The young men earn their way by selling picture of themselves and by singing at the theatres. Grid ley sang last night at the Park the atre and was received with a good deal of enthusiasm by the audience. Gasoline Engin For all purposes the reliable Alamo all sizes in stock 1 h. p. to 7 h. p. L. B. Dodge 14 Elm Street, Barre, Vt. BETHEL r " . i nree uays topping in une i Monday being Labor Daythis store will be closed all day. Whole Beef Butts, per lb 18c Foreqaurters of Lamb, 4 to 5 tbs., per lb .18c Beef Ribs, for boiling, per lb lOc Beef Chuck, per lb 12c to 20c j Chickens, per lb ...43c j Fowls, per lb 33c, 38c i ci.ii r n t - r t:. t" , cneu ieui;r, ucunaiu vuiii, rwje iomaioeS. ; Mr. Laura .'. Edmund and two daughter have returned from Frank lin, Me., where they spent the sum Mis Mildred Lyford of Chelsea is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. James F. Rip ley. A birthday party in the form of picnic was held at C I". .Morses on Tuesday in honor of Louis Haselton and Mrs. Addie Harlow. Out of town people present wer Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Harlow of Norwich, Mrs. Forrest Harlow and Mr. Addie Harlow of Wilder, Rev. and Mr. Trumsn Har low of Medford, Mas. Mr. M. E. Keeler and her son, Clyde Carter, of Boston and Florida are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. V Chap man. Mis Susan Wilson came from Bos ton Thursday for a short stay at the home of her mother, Mrs. M. L. il- son, who is ill. Theodore Clifford and Herbert Allen returned Thursday from Camp Bill ings, where they spent the month. Clifford N. Diistin of Randolph, for merly of this place, principal of North Troy high school, called on relatives here Wedneday. Ralph E. Noble, who spent th vaca tion at Fairlee lake, returned home on Thursday. He take hi last year' study at Dartmouth this month. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallace have arrived from Philadelphia and are at the Sandspra home. WARREN E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be at the hotel Wednesday, the 6lh. Call and have your eyes examined. adv. A Special .23c 12-oz. can excellent Lunch Tongue Take in a supply of Baked Beans, Doughnuts, Bread. Preserving Pears, per peck 85c Pickling Onions, per It) 20c FISH FOOD Lobsters, Clams, Crabs, The V. D. Smith Company, Inc. j WA1TSFIELD E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will he at the hotel Tnesday. the 5th. Call and have your eves evxamined. adv. motion picture, "Spring V alley, was given and J. A.- lach, president of the Bennington county farm bureau, gave an address, summing up the aims and achievement of the farm bureau. The meeting of Mansfield Mountain grange was curtailed so that the mem bers might Attend the farmenC meet ing and at its close the grange in vited those present to their hall, where they served refreshments. Mr. W, n. Turner, who has vitited her father, N. R. Moody, this week, was joined here Friday by her neph ew, Kuseit JwTihner or rortiand, who will make his home with hi aunt and will enter the Providence high school for "hi senior year studies. Mis Ethel Shaw t visiting friend in Montpelier. Merle Wood has returned to hi home in Georgia after visiting at the home of hi uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Shaw. L. C. Camp has returned from Wi terbury, where he visited friends. Mrs. Mary Gale Billings was accom panied on her return to St. Louis by her nephew, Edwin Gale, who will en ter school there. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Gal have returned to Keene, N. H., after two weeks in Stow. , Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Campbell, Leo C Sargent and Mis Mia rargent attend ed the funeral of Mrs. Ruhamah War ren at Waterhury Center. Mrs. ar ren was the widow of George. Warren and both were formerly resident of Stowe. O. K. Jcnney ha returned from Camp Devens, where he has acted as instructor at the cituens' training camp. Mr. Jcnney has a position as principal of the Jeffersonville high school, where he was the instructor in agriculture last year. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, who mo tored Friday to Shoreham by way of Jeffersonville, were accompanied by Mr. Smith's sister and fsmilv, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Baldwin, and daugh ters, Ruth and Alwyn, who have pissed the week here. Mrs. Smith will re main at the Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment of th ear. Sample ballots for th primary elec tion have been posted at the post office. . The last meeting for adding names t the checklist will be held at 2 o'clock p. m. Sept. 9. Mrs. Alva Magoon and two daugh ter have returned from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. War ner, at Swanton. Frank L. Robinson, formerly of the Canadian Mounted Rifles, was a guest Thursday evening at the concert by Stowe Military band, of which he was formerly a member. The Church of the Good Shepherd Rev. A. Cyril Drumm, rector. XII Trin ity. 0;30 a. m choir practice. 10:30 a. ra., holy eucharist and sermon. , The Church of St. John the Bap tist, Websterville -Rev. A. Cyril Drumm priest in charge. XII Trinity. 2 p. m., Sunday school. 3 p. m., evening prayer and sermon. Berlin Corners Congregational Church Rev. Frank Blomfield, pastor. 1 10:45, morning service. The pas-tor will preach a pecial sermon for' the Sunday before Labor day. Sunday school at noon. Graniteville Presbyterian Church Preaching by the pastor morning and evening. Sunday school and Bible class fter the morning service. The work i v.w viui;, ciivb auit-r uie evening serv ice. , y-' ' ' ' -. First Baptist Church. Washington- Services on Sunday as follows: Bible school at 2 o'clock. Preaching by Rev. Bort J. Lehigh of Barre at 3 q'clock. Everyone cordially invited to attend the services. Webaterville Bantist Church Rev. Samuel Mead, pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Sunday school at 11:30. Eve ning service at 7 o'clock. Prayer meet ing Thursday at 7 o'clock. Everyone cordially invited.: ' First Baptist Church Rev. Bert J. Lehigh, pastor. The pastor has re turned from his vacation and all serv ices of the church will be resumed on Sunday, Preaching at 10:30 and 7 ocioeK. Bible school at ll:4a. I'rayer service on Thursday evening at 7:30. All are cordially invited to be pres ent. 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. The Daylight Store Nash Co 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. The Daylight Store Sale -Blankets ... More than two hundred Gray or white . with pink and blue borders Double bed size, 64x76 inches Slightly irregular. Price 95c each 6 5.50 Bought direct from the mill last June before the recent advances in price of cotton and cotton goods these blankets are of good weight and size and it is only because they are slightly imperfect, that we can sell them at this very low price. In most instances the imperfections are barely noticeable and do not in any way impair their usefulness. ' All on sale on special tables, street floorwhere customers may conveniently make their purchases. First Chnrch of Christ. Scientist- Services in th American Legion hall IU:4 oclorlt a. m. Sunday: subject, .Man." Kumlay school at 12 noon Reading room open on Wednesday and Saturday from Z to 5 p. m. at Ameri can Legion building. All are cordial ly invited to attend the services and to visit the reading room. First Universalist Church Rev. W. H. Sfceels, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30 o clock. Sermon topic. "A en ture in Faith." Sunday school at 12 m evening service 7:30 p. m. The pastor will take for his text the first verse of the twenty-third psalm, "The Lord Is My Shepherd I Shall Not Want." The general public is cordially invited to at- tena these services. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE Pirlly trw T-rvma r tmr ; hirrk Inuhnl. all irrv"" inmt, lr porrh. r-. htKi, trr k. brt Inratim: inquire at Abrmm I in. S04 North Maia itrcrt. J4ti WANTED CapaM Ma to wwrk m farm and no mlk rout t4 par to rirM arty cH ManlpviMV '-1 1. HStf TENEMENT FOR REXTI rrmm, hmK imntry and wnmlchvd ; tfvquir of HattM. fC. WiM. 2 atra Art, ptaira. l4tf FOR PAI.E ViHaaa-t fcoued sure. 4 wrk Id : thw mate. S frmal.. al ' gxd mooter ; rtwrm mnm ' inn at . n. a. Prkia. 'dan. 4U WANTT1 Of-. d : nra nr 'rtwm M. ) A Oavand. WiliiaawtDwa. N. E. TH. ! 14. 14iU ed i th wrap per WANTEI Tarahta ril fw tnw ma;l famil : Trt. I4MI ' TE.VFVrST to'sENT-U nm 'Ivi at 41 IWr ,tmt; toauir at I Fmmix tn.; E. U Driuatora. ltJ Salter. In lovinjr memory of Mrs. John Salt er, who died Sept. 2. I!21. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. One less on earth lis rain, it sorrow, and its toil to share. One les the pilgrims dsily cross to bear. One anore the crown of ransomed saint to wear At home in heaven. Inaerted by a friend. Coughs Disturb School Work. Srb4 tesibers should give the same advice to children who have coughs as this Florida teacher. "I recommended Foley's Honey and Tar tc the children in nr ai-hool ho bad the 'tin' and result came whenever it vas lUMsi. write Mrs. I.. Armalrnnc. Okee- rborw. FWida. Foley's Honey and Tar f-nntains no opUtea irtgTdints print- Mvl the ef of t:me iwrvirs thrr rnrstKtn. Quickly rtittvr co;d. ctith and croup, throat, mother. rlwt i4 brnnrV;! tr:t!e. Sold ev- Vr. Mary rr?vere. adv. Mrs. Rot-trt East Barrs Congreeational Church Kev. James Ramaze, pastor. Mornina orship at 10:30. Sermon topic, "The First and Great Commandment." There will be a short talk to the voting, Church school at 11:45. Christian En deavor service at 7 p. m. Topic, "Bel ter Giving." Prayer service Wednesday evening af 7 folock. All are cordially invited to these services. First Presbyterian Church Rev. W. McV Kittredge, pastor. After being loscd during August, our church wi resume services next Sunday, with the ope ot a heavy response from all loyal lTesbyterians, Morning worship iU:3U witn talk to the children and sermon to adults. Sabbath school at 12 Evening worship at 7. The public cordially invited to worship with us. Come, bring your friend and be at borne with tis. You need the church and the church needs you. ..... ... i aaivation Army ueeungs Tuesday, o p. m.. somiers meeting (private.) Wednesday, 8 p. m., public. Thursday, 8 p. m., corps cadets' training class. Friday, S p. m., public Saturday, 2:30 p. m., girls' sewing class. Saturday, 8 p. m., public. Sunday services Holi ness meeting, 1 a. n. Sunday school, 2 p. m. Praise service, 3 p. m. Y. P. Legion, fl p. m. Salvation meeting, 8 p. m. To these services you are in vited. Rich or poor, the 8. A. is a friend to all mankind. Envoy and Mrs. J. W. Sykes. officers in charge. Congregational Church Rev. F. I Goodtpeed, pastor. 0:13 a. m., the church school meets in all departments. 10:30, morning worship, brief sermon by the pastor and sacrament of the Lord's supper. 0 p. m., meetina of the Y. P. S. C. E.i subject, "Better Givine ." Leader, Rachel Spear. This i consecra tion meeting. Wednesday, 2:30 p. m., first autumn meeting of th woman's association, in charge of. Mrs. X. J. Morrison. Subject, "Japan." Thursday, 7:30 p. m., midweek service. We invite all who will to worship with us. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Bailey Gatxert Lipky, pastor. .Horning service at 10:30; sermon theme, "Kodak as You Go." The pas tor will resume his pulpit after a month's vacation: he will be delighted to see you in the conirreiration. Eve ning service at 7: sermon theme. "La bor Day Mesage 'Jesus and the Work er. Bille school at 11:45. Kp worth league, 8. Let the yountr people rallv to this service. Official board" meestng luesosy at i:3U p. m, at the parson age. Prayer service Thiirsdsr, 7:30 n. Let us make these initial services a great success by our attendance. WATERHURY At the Congregational church to morrow morning, special service in recognition of the re opening of the church. The sermon on "The Church in Modern Life," will. be. "by the min ister, Rev. John C. Prince., There will be a baptismal service for children and the Lord's supper will be observed. There will also be special music. It is expected that the church will b nearly if not qijite finished. . At the Wesley Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. William R. Fleasel, pastor, has for his sermon theme, t'Christians the Salt of the Earth." In the eve ning Rev. Mr. Invoys will preach at the regular evening service. He is a native of Japan, graduated from our theolog ical schools in America and has a big tnesage. , . Miss Hazel Kimball of Arlington, Mass.. is a cuest over the end of the week of her sister, Mrs. John Prince. Mrs. L. H. Whitney has returned from a visit to relative in New tork state and will take up .her work of hemstitching and dressmaking. B. F. Atherton, who received first a telegram from Senator William P. Dill- j ingham that he had been nominated as postmaster for Wi terbury, has re ceived bis commission and will assume j thereponsibility of the place! when W. J. 6'Neil's term expire Sept. 10. Mr. Atherton is a politician through snd through. While living in Duxbury be held many important offices and has been active "here in community work snd what goes for the betterment of this section. He is the son of Mrs. Mil lie Atherton snd the late Frajik H. Atherton, his father having been one of the most able of sheriffs. Mr. Ath erton married Jessie, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Hooker. They have a pleasant home on Main street. Much is expected of sir. Atnerton ana his friends feel that they are already assured of his success. Mr. O'Xeil re tires with the respect of all and all are glad he will remain here. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shonio, Miss Eu- retta Shonio and J. t'rossett Shonio are on a motor trip wnx-n win inciuae a visit to relatives in St. Albans, Pots dam snd Saransc Lake, X. V. BERLIN CORNER Rev. S. F. Blomfield, with his sons, Walter and Norman, and his daughter, Charlotte, returned in their auto, home to Springfield, Mass., on Thursday. ' Mrs. G. E. Bailey, with lier three children, Milton and the twins, Char lotte and Frankie, Mho have been stay ing for $he last seven weeks with" her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Frank Blnm- returned home to East Orange, N. J., on Thursday. "The Vermont Apperson company, Inc., has filed with tht secretary of state an artidavit of the proposed issue of 1000 shares of stock at a. par value of $100 each. The consideration for which the stock is to be issued is two parcels of timber land, one in Man--Chester and the other in Sandsrate. The affidavit is signed br F. O. Estes. B. field, at the Berlin Corners parsonage, S. Estes and M. A. Kelson. . A Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Regner recently visited his cousins, Fred and Charle Louizell of South Duxbury, on their way from Cleveland, O.. to Albanv, New York City, Washington and j through the southern states to Florida, . thenco working north over thru Rocky f mountains to their home in Salem, i Ore. They were making the trip with D mctiomi Sale Going Out of Business The entire stock and fixtures of V. D. Carleton, Jeweler, No; 216 N. Main St, Barre, Vt Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, Cut (Glass, Clocks, Brie-a-Brae, etc., will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of the former cost price or value. Sales continue daily fom 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. until the last piece is sold. FREE SOUVENIRS TO THE LADIES ATTENDING THE SALE One large safe, originally cost $800, must be sold at any price. , A. S. MARCUS, Auctioneer P. S. All repairs must be called for at once. Mrs. GRANITEVILLE John Funeral Held Raycraft's Yesterday. At 2 o'clock yesterdar afternoon. funeral services were htld'at the home of Mrs. Marv Ravcraft fo- the lata Mrs. John Ravcraft. Rev. A. f wil Drumm of Barre officiating. The bear ers were Huch. Edward and .Tames Rsycraft, stepsons of the deceased and Kobert McHcape, a son-in law. Inter ment waa ia the Wilson cemeterv. a larjte touring car provided witn a, complete camping outfit. Word was received Friday of the death of Ueman Lewis of Bristol. He was the last of a family of seven chil dren of Hiram and Betey. (Stockwell) Lewis, all born on Scrabble hill in Dux bury. He was 71 last February., His nearest relatives are nieces and neph ews, among them Frank Lewis and Mrs. Jesse Young of North Duxbury. The funeral will be held at the Yar ney undertaking rooms Sunday, with burial in the villsge cemetery. Automobile Insurance J.W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, 'PHONE 34-R. , Household Furniture at AUCTION Miss Charlotte Hvnes of Bnotnn is a guet of Miss Margsret Murphy. Misses Gertrude Wood. Ella and Florence Earle left last night for Sprinjrfield, Mass., where the two form- r will resume their work and Miaa lorence Earle will enroll as t Bsyth institute. Miss Catherine Murray of Windsor s spending a few day at her home on asie street. Mr. and Mr. Robert AMrkh and wo children left this momma; for Springfield. Mass., to spend the end of he ek with relatives. As I am leaving the city will sell at public auction at .No. 16 iirook street the following decriled property. Magea Oxford Tanjre, Round Oak par lor heater. Tabor organ, large library table, two large rockers, reclining chair with foot rest, two small rock ers, round dining table. t dining chairs, chiffonier, small writing desk, iron bed, couch and mattre, marble top cham ber suite, two twin beds, springs and mattresses, small crib, three-quarter bed. springs and mattress, dresser, oil student st4ve. round oak stand, Baird clock, 3 barrels l.ighnmg jars. gal. ice cream freerer, two ten gal. jars. Lily White ashing machine, stand tubs. fx9 ft. art square. 6IU ft. onpoleum. rock ing hre. . ft. bay window curtains. Card af Tbaaka. We are very grateful to our friends nd neighbor who a.itd us innr,t jHe illness and death f our belove,! Bsrrraft and fami!y. MiKeag-a and Itmiir. oleum rug, go-cart, extension ladder, lot of mason tools, and may other ar ticles not mentioned. Terms at time of sale. Friday, September Sth, at 1 oclock. V. A. PERRY. Auctioneer. E. E. GOODWIJT. Owner. 76 Brook Street. GOOD VALUES at Ladd's Jell-O, any flavor, at the store 10c Campbell's Soup, any kind, at the store 10c California Oranges, per doz ..... 40c, 50c, 63c California Peaches, large size, per doz 30c One-eighth bbl. American Eagle Bread Flour, at store $1 One-eighth bbL Snowdrop Flour, at store .90c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Baked Beans, withTork, for Saturdaj', quart . . ...... ,20c Our Twin Loaf is made with milk and keeps fresh and moist buy for the holiday. Everything in Cakes, Fies and Fancy Pastry. FRESH MEATS Native Fowls, lb 3Sc;Native Chicken, lb...... 43c Hamburg Steak, lb ... .15c! Butt Steak, per lb 25c Legs of Native Spring Lambs, per lb 3Sc Golden Bantam Corn and Sweet Potatoes. Don't miss our values in Canned Meats. " FISH DEPARTMENT Mackerel for Saturday 10c; 3 for 25c Clams for steaming, Swordfish, Halibut, Salmon, Had dies, Lobsters, etc. Sweet Mixed Pickles for Saturday, per lb 33c Oysters, New Honey. THE F. D. LADD CO.