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THE BAItllE DAILY TIMES, BAltRE, VT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1022.
TALK OF THE TOWN -!! r Special for Saturday FLOOR MATS 18x36 in., 29c 24x36 in.,' 39c 24x54 in., 49c Christmas Suggestions TTCycle Family W M V..atF M ( mJT M. jTV "Tfc.. ..iWa-VI "tiY- "CT- " l Kit I Boycfycles Kiddie-Kars ; Beds Rockers i, Doll Carriages Chiffoniers Carts For the Children Tricycles ' '' Girlcycles Pedi-Kars " Cradles Rocking Horses Dressers Jumpers Scudder Kars Push Kars Chairs Tables Doll Furniture Blackboards Wagons ' Doll's Furniture A very complete line of Decorated White ' Enamel Doll's Furniture. -. ' ' Dressers 1 Chiffoniers Tables Chairs Rockers ( Dressing Tables Smokers' Sets A new line of Solid Mahogany Smokers' Stands at very reasonable prices. A very beautiful and useful addition to your living rooms. ..,'-'.- B. W.Hooker & Co. UNDKKTAKKBS BEST W-TO-D.A.T1 MOTOK AMBULANCE SE8V1C1 CMr rat aaaw a aari ajwkalaneai distance call at iniMi . MM Talepbena J7-W. ':' Alway Vt Firrt to Give th Public What it Want. THANKSGIVING NEEDS Reed Matchless Roasters (4 sizes) . .$3.10 to $1.25 M'iro Aluminum Roasters ....$4.00 Percolators $1.00 to $9.50, Carving Sets . . $2.90 to $8.70' Mirro Mixing Bowls (4 sizes) ............. .$2.90 Remember our 5 per cent cash register slips. SsN.B. Phelps Co.i& Barre, Vermont, 'Phones 28 and 29 I IT IS NOT TOO EARLY to think about your Thanksgiving dinner. As usual we will have a most attractive display of ALL NATIVE TURKEYS CHICKENS FOWL DUCKS GEESE I Suggested Items to Include i Pie Pumpkins, each . . . . : .10c and 1 3c i New Walnuts, 1922 crop, per lb . .". . . .33c I Hulless Sweet Popcorn, pkg 10c j Homemade Raspberry Jam, pint jar . . : . . .60c J Lyles Golden Syrup ...... . 40c J Spinach, a wholesome food item, pk 3Cc j For Saturday Fresh Cuts Beef, Pork, Lamb, VcaL Fresh Vegetables Celery, Lettuce, Spinach. Bakery Good Things Beans, Cream Goods, Cakes, Cockies, and last but not least, BREAD. The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. A new arrival of hats to-Uy. Mrs Birnie, 4 Uurol street.- adv. Samoaet chocolates ,in any assort ment at Cummlngs & Lewis.' adv. Whiting' stationery for Christmas on display at LTiminings , aHv. ! Frank McGovcrn of Burlington waB a busmen visitor In the city yester- :lav. PnJiort Hrod n. a craiutc Ueaier irom Montreal, wait a business visitor in the city yesterday. : Thanksgiving dance, Williamstown grange hall, Nov. 29. Music by Landi's orchestra.' auv, . th Donahue left this morn ing for Burlington Jo pass the week end vimting mentis. O. L. Shcpard of the Teerlesa Knit ting mills was a business visitor in Hard wick yesterday, M. W. Leaman, a granite retailer from Newark, N. J., passing a few days' visit in the city. Mis Irene Lander of Washington street left the city this morning to pass the week end in JSortnnciu. W. it. Cameron of Washington street has returned to the city, after a visit with frienda m Sherbrooke, I', y. Stanton Waseatt of the Blanch ard block left the city last evening for a few days visit in Portland, Me. No rent means small profit, so buy vnur shoes and rubbers, dress or work, . .. .. ... i. -j- at f lint s on summer tsireei. -uv Dean A. Ladd, who has been teaching in 8rrarTord, passed through the city to-day on his way to hi home on east bill. Thanksgiving dance at Cobble hill Tuesday, Nov. 28. Landi's orchestra. Auto will leave Jones & Hall's at 7:45 an4 8:13. adv. Mrs. James Maltman of Stanstead, I Q., arrived in the city yesterday for a visit at the home ot Air. JJonam Smith of Terry street. Miss Ruth Ingram of South Ryegate arrived in the city last evening for a visit at the home of Miss Julianne Bjom of Currier street. Thanksgiving dinner at the Twin Pine farm, East Montpelier. Served from I to 8. $1.25 per plate. Order by Orange county 'phone, 66-120. adv. Chester Bennett and Richard At tridge of this city leave to-morrow for Stone Mountain, Ga., where they have secured employment on a union cutting job. . R. M. Jones and son of the firm of Jones' 4 Stephens of Ottawa. Canada; has been visiting with local granite manufacturers for a few day on busi ness. . Mr. and Mrs. S. Charest of High Hoi born street left this morning for Wa terburv to attend the funeral of 1). RomI, who died there earlier in the week. Th office of the cemetery commis sioners will be open Nov. 25 to Dee. 21 each evening from 7 to 0 for the collec tion of all bill due cemetery depart ment. Cemetery commissioners. adv. Members and friend of the Univer- salist men' club are Invited to listen to Fred C. Carr of Providence, It. I., secretary of the National UniversalUt Comrades, at the church Monday, Nov. 27, at 7:30 o'clock. Buffet lunch. adv. Mrs. Harry Gage arrived In the city yesterday from Burlington to join her husband in making final preparation for the Legion play, "Darktown Min strels," scheduled for Monday and Tuesday. AH of the scenery for the show arrived this morning. . Elista Monti completed hi duties to day at the Frank McWhorter Co. tore, after having been employed there n clerk for about five year. Mr. Monti ha secured employment at Greenville, Me., and expects to leave this city on Monday. His place will be filled by hi brother, Charle Monti. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Tilden of South Main street returned to this city last evening, after a two week trip to New York City, Atlanta City and Washington, IX C. While at Washing ton they attended the seventeenth tri ennial assembly of the general grand chapter, Order of Eastern iStar. Mrs. Fred Kempton, who accompanied them, expect to return to the city to-mor row. Secretary Bradley of the Barre Out ing club, together with other member, was busy yesterday inspecting the to boggan chute proposed recently and it im thought that it can soon be com plete. The work of plowing up the ground for the construction of the new dirt tide was completed early last eve ning 'after the entire day had been spent on the task: An engineer wa on hand to see that the course was properly laid out and succeeded to such an extent. that' this year's course wil' ne nearly siraigtn ana will eliminate the danger of accidents on the curves. , TALK OF THE TOWN Delicious hot chocojate with whipped cream at Cummlngs & Lewis.' adv, For sales Fancy roasting chickens, also a few ducks i 'phone (H3-W. adv. '. John Anderson of Oranitcville en tered tho City hospital for treatment yesterday. , Thanksgiving dance, Williamstown grange hall, Nov." 20. Music by Landi orchestra. adv. Mrs, Mary White of West Topsham received radium treatment at the City hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clifford and Dr. and Mrs. O. V. Greene of Bethel were visitors in the city to-da;- Carl Withrovr of Chelsea was in the city yesterday en route to Burlington to attend a 'fraternity dance. Mrs. Sidnev Newcombe of Long street underwent a slight operation at the City hospital this morning. Firemen' annual concert and dance Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 20. There is a good time guaranteed with every aa mission. adv. . Thanksgiving danca at Cobbla hill T...,o,ln.r V., 09 Tnnrii'a nn-ll PS t fli.. Auto will leave Jones A Hall's at 7s45 and 8:15. adv. D. A. Perry of the D. A. Perry Real Estate agency conducted a al for K. J. IJcsilet ot tne -bast uarre- v asu iugton road to-day. A new arrival of silver cloth, broead ed and satin hats. All velvet hat to close out at half price. Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. adv. Thelma Farrington, nine-month-old daughtr of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Farrington of Cabot, underwent a slight operation at the City hospital yesterday. The light motor truck of the fire de partment was called to the residence of Henry H. Hodgiion of Highland avenue . . : a XT- inis lorenoon ior a cwmiiey ure. u damage wa done by the fire. 'Phone tis to call for your battery and you will receive a real-charged and well-taken-care-of battery in the spring. Rossi's garage, corner Pearl and Summer streets, 'Phone 778-.M. adv., . , SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Tine and Place of Worship ad Subjecta of Sermon. EAST CALAIS fl. A. Hatch nf Woodbury visited at Lynn Gray' on Wednesday Louise Balentin has been quite sick during the past week. W. G. Eastman was in Marshfleld the first of the week, Mr. and Mrs. John Slavton spent part of the- week with relatives in bunville. ' . William Kendall was a business vis itor in Montpelier the first of the week." Mrs. Ella Burnham was in Hard- wick on Tuesday. Will Riekard of Adamant wa a re cent visitor in the place. Guy M. Bentley wa in Barre tho first of the week. Howard Leonard has gone to Mas sachusetts for the winter. Carl and Clyde Haskin were busi ness visitors in Hardwick recently. Alfred Dailey of Calais wa in town working for B. II. Bancroft part of the week. School in the village doled "yeter day for one week' vacation. I am prepared to store batteries for the winter, dry or wet storage. Ken dall' garage, EAst Calais. adv. WILLIAMSTOWN STRAFFORD Dean Angus Ladd of Barre, who re cently completed a very successiul term of teaching in the Robinson iu-hool, submit the following report: Pupils having no absent mark are as follows: Doris Huntley, Imogen Smith, Laura, Ralph and Harold Rob inson. These pupil were presented certificate of attendance by their teacher. Those missing two day or less during the terra were tiladj Tenn, Elmer Robinson. Howard and Mrlvin Needham. Mr. Ladd has gone to his home in Barr to spend the Thanksgiving recess of ten day. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Mrs. Rosina T. Martin wa the re cipient of mnny call and remem lirance on the 21st inst, Un Ming the 8SHh anniversary of her natal clay. Former postmaster Burton E. Bailey o( Montpelier has lately been in town on business connected with tha house on Quarry street that ha been vacant since the death. of hi father, J. F. Bailey. - . Thnfnftt Poland hna dnined triiirK sim-c he suffered a ithock and is now able to dress himself and to move about in his wheel-chair. " Now that he is unable to go about among people h much enjoys having his friend and neighbor call in and se him. ho far as your correspondent is in formed, only one deer was tsken in town during' the open season. This was by Leon Wright on t!ie farm long known as the (Jreen place, now owned by Nelson Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. Charle M. Seaver have mad plan to go to California to upend the winter.' WILL A TURKEY rrwn fnat Thank. civitif trx T If . order , plump rhK-arn r fowl anJ tmarfc of elrrr from W. T. Campb.it. t Karr- mad, Tei. tl-Y. ZIMf fVR SALE A Duirli atitonobtl, 1V1X mofcl. in (-' eonaiuon; rait 12 . aftrr rlork. Hill l"OR SALE Mrinf pvrtunr marhina ai4 marie lantrra rwalnnrd. inrbirii-vj rt ars aiidra for boma a. T4. :a-R- Xi4f tn trvr mn THE WiVTFR I furri.tM-4 tmaiia It lirht huuacarping at 1 t.t- j rra aaua. Xiitf WS.VTT.O AT ONCE-Wnrk the am fori half Amr. aa -n mkotr w (k :' 1 ai i, w Mr. '!i Maliarva, It ' I'attarann itrat, citr. X i 'h , i SERVICE BOAR -A a-Iw'ft "Oh"- 1 aiatxla for aarrir; Cfcariaa Lwt j Barr. I.IU jrOR AL!t-A"awr. an i rt- t aa riai atfrni ; a atrnM. a 4 hrit Irtiww a : il aril rw an if tai-n at rr ; M. J . )r.a. mt Parra. T rt . ,?-'. ilJ ! rt'R " 5 At F.-tnaa-W ' VaJ habr r-r : i r--rr a-Mwt ; Ma-f T I "wwr ' 1. '- e a Mam rtrars. TL 4 M. I W NT.il - A rana t-w r ""'I K-r- le r- m Cabot Cow Testing Association Hold Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the CVhot Cow Testing aoeiation w held at the farm of Charle Austin. Cabot, on Nov. 21 at 1 o'clock. Mr. Sargent, the tetr, reported a successful year for the association. Charle Austin wa re-elected president for the coming year and Mr. Sargent was hired s teater for another rear. A board of five directors, consisting of W. C Walker, Cabot, Walter I. Abbott, ManhfleM, Charles Autin, Cabot. John Chandler. West Danulle and Charles Boyce were elected. S. (5. Judd, dairy specialist for the extension aervice, apoke intereatingly on problems of interest to dairy farm ers. C R- Carlton, Washington coun ty agricultural agent, spoke on the better-sirea-better-stock campaign and iirpcd thoe preaent to sign up and hdp Vermont to the front in, thi wojk. WEBSTERVILLE Firemen" dance, East Barre opera house, Weilnr.laT evenine. Jacob' or lictra of M ntrlier. adv. , GRANITEt'ILLE Fircrtw-n't dance. Fjit Bsrre opera houv, WrdneaUy evening. Jfflb's or chetr of M inrprber. sdv. PL 41 , FIELD T. W. Mo-m. optometrist, ;ise filte-l st rr"-r!sH jricM. Vincent t,lk. P'-a tstWtJ. Vt. Pijone ti. A. araa ; 1 ITKr - A 1 ar --a -a at ft -'i-1? t rr C arVoa- a r-.ar rr J'r1; i 12M tr (artVr w rai i- fttf : aar ran f.m rr L.j ka ana. Kotk t th PtKie. Brr aii.ii; t.-Csr. w. 27. O. A. r-v-rl el Brre i.l prf 1 W- k- h "!': , -.-v of d!iff -ral I. a-k 12 ni 'Of I a .'I V' rrj- f'ti . ar ir.y 1J roa : mr,i fr.i V r Jrft aifa. .,.-,, a-., . r.-rtef Met- , fci! t ar.l hn3T.r strrrU, p-arr. r-lra ot J U'.t- i. Spiritualist Society The Progressive Spiritualist society will hold services .n Forester" hall Sunday at 2:30 and 7 . m, Service conducted by Rev. Effie I. Webster. ; The Church of the Goo Shepherd Rev. A. Cyril Dnimm, rector. Hunday next before Advent. 8 a. m., holy communion. 12 m., Sunday school, 7:15, evening prayer and sermon. The Church of St, John the Baptist, WebJterville Rev. A. Cyril Drumm, priest-in-charge. Sunday next before Advent. 10:30 a. m., holy communion and eermon. 11:45 a. Sunday school. First Baptist Church, Washington Bible school at 2 o'clock on Sunday. There will be no preaching service on account of the absence of Mr. Lehigh from the city. Jt is-expected there will be preaching on the first Sunday of December. , , ' Italian Baptist Sunday School, Brook Street Missionary, Miss R. C. Brown. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Let us make this a banner Sunday in offering and attendance. Come and bring some one with you. Industrial school Fri day night at 7 o'clock. Berlin Corner Congregational Church Rev. Frank Blomfieki, pastor. 10:45 a. m., Thanksgiving day service; ad dress by the pantor. The church will be decorated with the fruit of the garden and fields. Special music, Sun day school at noon. North Barre Mission Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Church school at 2 p. m. Junior churcn at 6:30. F. M. V. club Tuesday at 6:30. Wednesday, Q. V. club at 8:30. Mis Davis' class at 6:30 Wednesday. Saturday, junior league and industrial work, 2 to . Salvation Army Capt. W. Harold Bevan, Lieut. R. B. Fitton, omcer-in- charge. Service a follow: ."jatur day, 8 p. m. Sunday, 11 a. m. Sun day school 12 m. Y. P. L., 6:30 p. m. Salvation service 8 p. m. Tuesday, 8 p m. Friday, 8 p. m. lou are invited. Test our welcome. y East Barre Congregational Church Rev, James Ramage, pastor. Morn ing' worship at 10:30. Talk to tne young followed by a Thanksgiving ser mon. Church school at 11:45. Chris tian Endeavor service at 7 p. m. This will be a Thanksgiving servfee. All are cordially invited. Granitevillt Presbyterian Church- Preaching morning and evening. Bi ble school and pastor' class at noon. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. On Thursday evening the Chrihtian fcn- dcavor will give an illustrated lecture on "The Transformation of the Alas kans." Everyone cordially invited to th lecture. No charge for admission. Only a freewill offering to defray ex pense. ' Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Bailey Gatxert Lipsky, pastor. Morning service at lU:4fM sermon theme, "The Right Thanksgiving Re action." Evening service at 7j ser- men theme. "Listening In." Bible school, 11:43 a. m. Epworth league, 6 p. m. Uirl cout, Monday, 7:JU p. m. Boy scout. Tuesday, 8 p. m. I'nion Thnkgtv!ng service Thursday, 11 a. m. Rev. William McN. Kittredge will preach. Service in the Baptist church. First Presbyterian Church Rev. W. McN. Kittredge, pastor. Morning wor ship at 10:30 with story-sermon for the children and sermon to adults from th theme, "Th Church of To-day." Sabbath school at 12 m. Christian En deavor at and evening worfhip at 7 with sermon from the theme, "A Re liable Conaciencje.' The boy cout will meet in the vestry Monday at 7 p. m. Thursday morning at 11 we join in th nnion thanksgiving service rt the Baptist church. First Church of Christ, Scientist Services in the American Legion hall at 10:45 o'clock a. m. Sunday; subject, "Ancient and Modern Neeromaney alia Mesmerism and Hypnotism De nounced. Sunday school at 12. Reading room is located at 8 Currier buildii.? and open every afternoon Irom 2 to 5 o'clock and 'Monday rod Saturday nights from 7 to 9. A" " cordially invited to attend all services and visit the reading room, where the work of Mr. Mary Baker Eddy, together with the Christian Science literature, may be read, borrowed or purchased. Firt Baptist Church Rev. Bert J. Lehigh, paator. Services on Sunday a follows: Preaching bv Rev. Mr. Webb of Montpelier st 10:30 and 7 o'clock. Bible school at 11:4.V Voting people' crvice at 8. Union Thankgiving serv ice at U o'clock on Thanksgiving morning in the Baptist church. Rev. W. McN. Kittredge., pastor of ih Presbvterian church, will be the preacher. Th prayer ervice will be omitted thi week on account of th Thanksgiving service. Everyone is cordially invited to wor.hip with us. First UniversalUt Church Rev. W. H. Skeel. minister. Morning woriiip 10:30 a. m. Sermon topic. "The Teter nd Paul in the Christian Church." Annual offering for Cniversalist mi- sionarv work. Evening service at 7 p. m. "The Inside of the Cup will be shown with the trepticon. Wa knn- da rampfire pirU' sewing meeting with Mrs. J. t. Fine. IVt .Washington street. Monday at 7 p. in. Men's club at the church Monday at 7:30 p. m. All men of the church invited. Teach- er' training cl Tnedar evening, t'nion Thsnk(riving service at Baptist church Thursday at 11 a. m. Congregational Church Rev. F. L. Goodsperd, ptor. At 10:30, mom'nx worhio and sermon bv the ptor. Subject, "The Spirit of Thankgivin Patirnce nd Praif." Bible -hoil at noon. 4:30 p. m., tbe junior Chris tian Endeavor. p. m , rnerting of armor Y. P. S. C F 7, evening wr- ahip and addrea fcy tbe pastor. Sub- jrrX, "Th t'oennter" Ibcfr tni glra for religioita freedom and ineir contribution t th snaking of Ameri ca. Mui by male o,nart.t morn in? and erenirg. Thrwly, M' - m un itm Thsnkgi'"i,I r it in the P i tiat chiirrfe. YuAmx, p. the Chrta lai 1- rd rev or aocxrtv will ti a mn- iral entrrtsiBinrrt. ' Fit tr Wilrt in Haft.vlo- m," A hrirty iTirfioi ia aitrn-iM to ever? .! to attend our arrtinc. 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. s Nash Go, The. Daylighf Store T-H-A-N-K-S-G-I-V-I-N-G Ml . Now, if ever, with the holidays and their gala occasions coming very near, is the time to buy gift Linens and all other household linens. Exquisite Irish damask table Linens, luncheon ; sets, center- vpieces, napkins and doilies, decorated linen piece3 with lace and open work embroidery Madeira linens, examples of wonderful needle work, j TABLE LINENS The pride of all hostssses on Thanksgiving day At this moment when entertaining and thought of festivities are talked of topics in every home, Table Linens begin to play their most important;, roie. And whether it's for your household or others, you will, find our va ried and exceptional assortment a gratifying sight. y Satin Damask, all linen, yd. 2.50 to 3.50. Mercerized Damask, yd. 79c, 98c to 1.59 Table Cloths, all linen, 6.50 to 9.50. Luncheon Cloths, all linen, 2.50 to 5.50. Luncheon Cloths, mercerized, 1.95. Luncheon Sets, all linen, 2.75 to 3.50. Napkins, all linen, doz., 7.50 to 12.50. Madeira Centerpieces, 18 in., 1.75 to 2.00 Madeira' Centerpieces, 24 in., 2.50 to 3.25. 1 Madeira Doilies, 6 in., each 25c. Madeira Doilies, 8 in., each 39c. Madeira Doilies, 10 in., each 59c. Madeira Ovals, 6x9 in., each 39c. Madeira Ovals, 6x12 in., each 49c. Madeira Ovals, 10x14 in., each 98c. Madeira Ovals, 12x18 in., each 1.25. " Madeira Scarfs, 18x45 in., each 3.95 to 5.50. Madeira Scarfs, 18x54 in., each 4.95 to' 6.50. EAST BARRE MONTPELIER Police service on the Barre granite quarrie during tbe past seven month had cost the state of Vermont $29, 401.48. according to figure in the of fice of the tat auditor. . Mis Helen Deyette has been de- mrM.A (rnm ii.I itlltiaa at tint ollW-es of the National Life Insurance company . . i . i : 1 1 . . . Ar lor tne past wees ay mv jiuitbu u mother, who is in Heaton hospital. The largest crowd of the week at tended the firemen's ball last niht. A low estimate would be 800. Mrs. C. A Iimr'i Mandolin club firave a con cert, after which duncinpr was the or- der of the evening unm is ocwck. me booth did a good business. Sumner' orchestra furnished music and will play for the last night of. the tair to night. Judge Stanley C. Wilson of Chelsea was a visitor in Washington county court yesterday afternoon. Lettering giving the name of the Montpelier National bank has been placed across the front of the bank' new quarter on Stat street, and a door has been put in, -so that rio-shed of any kind i necessary on the side walk. Tt,. final raruirt nf the deer season i-ill be mailed out from the office of ...1 n.m. dona rf mpnt next lac u i. " " ' - " i Monday night. A few report are be- ... ;..J irt.. ....! .lll n.nU1.l. ing recfiveu. im ni . j.iw.j Ct.f. Vnroatar U Cl. Hantim'i states . j vw vv WP - t U , mnrit.a tr..fl Bra 1 1.' i n flit tUM ...... c rj'i ' " n Jilnn f mm lliia alata everv Ver than ere planted in 10 year. 6 the S, i CI (11 I u 1 1 1. ' " , J , nearly all were pruce. The full out put of the tate nursery is being weed and thi Is a lrge a possible witii .'ie present appropriation. The Christina tree trade should be regu lated, the state forester believes, and thi can be done without damage to ts to do the n'uht thing by himself and the stete. Ia probate court Lena B. Hood ha annninta,! administratrix of the tte of Ilcnrr M. Wood, late of Northfield Dr. K. A. Stanley has set tled hi fin! account as administrator nf tbe estate of .Don. V. urout iate oi Waterbury. V. G. Ciadue of the state fish and ),insi r- meant Ka rrnntiMl that in Oct. 18 iie arrested Leo Fredette of Burlington for hunting wiuioui a license. He w fined $i5 and cost of V) in Burlington city court, the fine heing remitted. Nancie J. and T. W. Flanean have deeded to Henrr nd Kate Laundry, he proverty rt r .onu treet for a consideration of $H0O, Washington county court has ad-!...- ,,nn rw IS an dthe inry di- .-harged subject to call There are no more Jury case lor iriai iv tod. BETHEL Saturday Bargains Boneless Smoked Shoulder, per lb ! . . Home-cured Ham, whole, per lt ,.: Roasting Chickens, per ............ Fowls .... i ... , ' ....... Pork Shoulder Roasts, per lb ........ . Beef Roasts, per lb Legs of Native Spring Lamb, per lb. Forequarter Lamb, whole, per lb ............. Pot Roast of Veal, lb Roast Veal, per lb . . . . . . . ....... I Beef Sausage, per lb 13c; Cranberries, per quart ....... . ............ . Lettuce, Celery, Spinach, Parsley. Our line of Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chicken for Thanksgiving will be in Monday. Grocery Department 10 lbs. Sweet Potatoes ........ . Bulk Mincemeat, per lb ........ . ....... 10-Ib. pail9 Grandmother's Mincemeat, 2V glass jar . . . . . . 2 ekes. Monadnock Mincemeat . Seeded Raisins, per package ..... ......23c . . . r. .30c ......43c . . . . 38c . .25c . .30c, 35c ......35c ......20c ......20c 35c 2 lbs. 25c ......15c and Fowl . .25c ..20c $1.70 ..C0c .JC . . .18c Knf ?terl TInisinq. Tier T)ktr . . ISc Currants, per pkg ' 2ac Lemon and Orange Peel, per lb 30c Citron Peel, per lb 60c Quart bottle Boiled Cider ..55c No. 3 can Pumpkin ISc Can Blueberries, per can ........... . 25c Can Raspberries, per can : 25c Can Corn, 2 for 25c; 18c, 22c and 25c Zac; loc, i, zsc . . . .25c and 17c 25c, 35c and 40c 25c 25c 35c 25c and 30c 18c Can Peas, 2 for Can Tomatoes, 2 for . Can Pineapple 3 lbs. bulk Tapioca 3 lbs. Rice Diamond Brand Soft Shell Walnuts, lb Mixed Nuts, per lb . . Past-inn Vnt.q. Tfr lb Filberts, per lb ,IVC Grapefruit .10c and 2 for 2ac Oranges, per dozen ..1... 50c and 60c Grapes, Bulk and Package Dates, Figs. Houghton & Robins I horn Incero Died Yterdy, Day . After Shock. Thomas Inireraon. aged 72 years. 1id yesterday forenoon at the home f I'dward A' Preston, where he ha! Neen cmploved the last two month. The dT before hi death be wa strkk n wilh apopleiy while working in b wood. He is urvived by his witc, who work at Alono H. Spooner'a. He as bom ia Whitefield N. H., nl lived inanr year in. and aro'ind JeUi r.n, V. H. The funeral was held at the Methodist church this afternoon. Among those present were Mr, ttavld Wr-rA end twe daujibter of Chi hcler. X. H. Firerj' daw. Ft 1-arra t -.!. v. fTrrt-ur tcT..r.. Mrs. Rtbert XoM waa operated on far ajrnd iritis Wednesday mornin? st a Poatfn boapital and t lat re potts wsa making good pro.Te to ward rc:TeTy. John lUikara. who ia working- with hi father on a building ia Troy, X. V . Ml reoeB'Ir front a roof and wa car rW to a bi-pital, but ws not injurod aeriowly. John B. Mor is ratting m fT reuta from aa ianwi.ttf -crratai" radio reoeh-irg utat t Jsia ba. Mrs. E. F wr,t to-dsy to SvaaUal f" a snk'l i.'.t at her 14 e-T 1 bare aifawnrl aanT i or- t-e I c-f J!". 3an.-s Ev-wta Ut REAL VALUES at Ladd's 3 lbs. of Whole Rice . . G lbs. Broken Rice Pop Corn, per lb Seeded Raisins, per pkg Seedless Raisins ...23c 23c ,6c; 5 lbs. 23c ...17c: 6 for 93c 17c; 6 pkgsD3c 13 rhs rtf Hmnnlated Sucrar for $1.00 Florida Oranges are lower, per dozen. .40c, 50c, 60c 8 cakes of Pride Laundry Soap 23c Little Lady Broom, a $1.25 value for . . $1.00 BAKERY DEPARTMENT Light and Dark Fruit Cake buy it now for Thanksgiving. m Mutton Pies for Saturday, each c Baked Beans, quart 20c; Brown Bread 10c Cream Bread, fresh from the oven, only ..... .10c MEAT DEPARTMENT Best Western Round Steak, per lb SOc Fresh Hamburg Steak, 2 lbs for 23c Butt Steak, lb 23c;.Beef Sausage, 2 lbs. 23c We shall have some fancy Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and Chickens for Thanksgiving. FISH DEPARTMENT Watch our Fish window for your Sunday meal and Thanksgiving Specials. THE F. D. LADD CO. ftaa