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THE BARRK DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1022.
Vt r 1 11.1.1 1m N- tLi i-ZZJ the Kitchen Cabinet that saves miles of steps Hoosier's uncluttered work space fevery housewife knows and appre ciates the value ofa broad work space, , unobstructed, uncluttered. For here It is that nearly all of her work is done. 1 Hoosier's scientific arrangement has elim inated partitions and all else that hinders. . December -1th to 9th .Inclusive HOOSIER WEEK Join our Hoosier Club, and get a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. On a pay , ment of Five Dollars, you can get one of these labor saving cabinets. Only a small weekly payment. " : Join the Hoosier Club Plan Five Dollars Down ' B. W. Hooker & Co. ' "If you need Furniture bad, you need It good." , TALK OF THE TOWN Complete assortment 1023 diaries at Drowu'g Drug atore. adv. Fred T. Sanborn of Chelsea was a visitor in the city to-day. Radio batteries charged for 500 at Oliver's Battery Station. -adv. Choice selection of. Christmas cards at Drown's Drug store. adv. Public dance to-night at Bailey hall, Montpelier,. Carroll' orchestra. ad. See th menu for chicken-pio supper at Baptist church Wednesday on page eight. adv, Rummage sale, at Congregational church, next Saturday afternoon and evening. adv. Adolphus . Coneo of 15 Merchant street entered the City hospital for treatment yesterday, j Mrs. Daniel MeBain of North Main street entered the City hospital yes terday for treatment. See that district school in operation at Blueberry Corners. Quarry Bank hall Dee 8 at T: 30. adv. Window ventilators, fresh air with out dust, snow, rain or germs. Sadlier, outfitter, 10 Keith avenue. adv. Aprons of all kinds, fancy articles, home-made candy and food at the Uni versalist fair Wednesday , and Thurs day. adv. Chicken-nie supper at the Uniyersal- ist church Wednesday, Dec. 6, served by the men of the church. AH the lixin's, including ice cream and cake for 50c -adv. The men of the Universalis chufch want' if -"Vtlnctly -urnVrstood that the ladies will have no part in prepar ing the chicken -pie supper for Wednes day night. adv. John (rallagher, who has been em ployed with his brother in the Gal lagher Shoe, Shining parlors, left yes terday for Ktonington, Me., where he has secured employment ia the gran ite industry, . D. A. Perry of the D. A. Perry T?eal Estate agency left to-day for River Point, near Providence, R, I., where he will conduct a sale of 80 head of pure bred stock for the Royal Dale Stock farm of that place. ' TALK OF THE TOWN Wanted at once A large cage suit able for a parrot. . Call 485-W. adv. Public dance to-night at Bailey hall, Montpelier. Carroll's orchestra. ad. Chicken-pie supper served by the men of the Universalist church from 5 to 8 o'clock. All you can cat for 50c. adv. . ' Mrs. Claude Martin of .3 Brook street was called to Ascutneyville by the death of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Cullen Martin. F. E. Carman of Statesville, Nv C, who has been passing a short business viwit in this section, has none to Ran- ( dolpli for a visit. MONTPELIER The family of the late Mrs. Mar shall G. Wood request that friends kindly omit flowers at the funeral. Piano-cased organ for sale; cash or time. 132 Main street. adv. All pleasure car and truck registra tions were sent out from the secre tary of state's office yesterday with the exception of a few which willf go out to-day. Klips telling of the work of the Vermont Tuberculosis associa tion and urging the purchase of Christ mas seals which help in carrying on the work will be enclosed with the ap plication blanks sent out from the of fice. .; .. T...I... TT..,l...t tl TTnu-a liol.l T'nftorl The united missionary society of the r,.,? .,. ; !,'. - .uniiMujRi, ctmrcfi win iiirui, Willi ;ur. Tubb's Snowshoes and Skis for all members of the family. Genuine Flexible Flyer Sleds for the girl and one of our Jumpers for that boy. Shop early before our assortments are broken. ' Remember our 5 per cent Cash Register Slips 'Phones 28 and 29, Barre, Vt. ii GET IN LINE NOW We have already placed several sets in Barre and ever day a new one is being installed. Our trial sets have proved themselves so much that they became permanent Why not settle that question now and let us install your set for Thanksgiving and give the family a real treat. Don't; wait until to-morrow, it may be too late. You cannot imagine what you have been missing until you have "listened in" once. Some thing for all old and young. We invite you to call and inspect our line. BENEFIT FOR RADIO FANS We have an expert in charge of this depart ment who will assist you in selecting your set. REYNOLDS & SON BARRE, VT. I - TALK OFTHE TOWN Public dance to-night at Bailey hall, Montpelier. Carroll's orchetra.7-ad Chicken-pie supper, with all the trim mings, served from S to 8 by the men of I niversalist church; 50c. adv. Baskets for flowers, fruit and fancy work novelties, also reed serving trays will be on sale Wednesday afternoon and evening at Baptist church. Prices reasonable. See th baskets and traya in local store windows. adv. Don't forget the Christmas sale to be held by the i-piscopal ladies in the J- gion Iiall Ihursday afternoon and eve tting and be sure to see Lady Kplndle and Lady Dwindle in Mrs. Willis Will." Miss Lillian Roberts will also give a reading. Admission in the eve ning, 15c. adv. BETHEL George Whit of South Royalton, Pa tient at Sanatorium, Dead. George White, aged 72 years, of South Royalton died Sunday at the ! sanatorium, where he was a patient I nine weeks. The cause of d?ath was 'chronic appendicitis and valctilar dis ! ease of the heart, from which he hal I suffered two years. The funeral was iheld in South Royalton to-day. Mr. i White lived here a short time (ium 'years ago and was father of Mr. Al bert G. Kpooner of Randolph and of Henry White, formerly of this vil llage. ' - ' . ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES COFFEE OUR FRESH ROASTED BRAND Even if a cud of coffee in the moraine doesn't transfornfthe world to a paradise it gives you the feeling that there may be uch a place. Fresh Roasted GofTee is such encouraging coffee. Four grades,per lb 25c, 30c, 35cf 10c TUB CUTTER We have some excellent Tub Butter which you can buy at a reasonable price, per lb . . 50c THEY MEET WITH UNIVERSAL SATIS FACTION Our Doughnuts because they frie,d in lard. are The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. j Mr. and Mm. W. H. Parrott and ' daughter of Boston visited last week at Alfred Parrott's. j Mrs. Fred C. Tuckerman and her son, Clyde, went yesterday to Pots ;dam, X. Y., to attend the'funetal of Mrs. C. A. Perron, a sister of Mrs. I Tuckerman, who had visited here. The ladies' social union rf thefni ' versalist church meets to-morrow at ) Mrs. Harold T. Perkins'; and similar organizations of Methodist ladies at Mrs. v . ll. t.aay a and ol Congrega tional ladies at -Mrs. Luella Kidder's. Recent guests at John Keleher's were Miss Anniemary Sullivan and Miss Kllen Sullivan of Barre and Miss May Dovine of Amherst, Mass. S. Haile Chase has sold his place to Rolla O. Quimby, retaining a life lease upon the premises. Mrs. W. C. Henderson, her ton and daughter, went Saturday to Freeport, L,. I., to join JHr. Henderson, who has been at work in New York several months. i Mr. and Mrs. John A. McEvila came last Saturday from" JFrMport to occu py the farm home latelv purchased from W. C. Henderson. Sir. McEvila drove over (he mountain with a two horse load of furniture, anil found the roads very hard, requiring three days toY the trip. A full house saw the Sunday eve ning pictures at the Bethel theatre under the auspu-e of four local churches. Mrs. R, M. Chase sang ef fectively, "Teach Us to Pray." People from at least five townships were in attendance. Miss Beatrice Ferguson is with Mrs. Barbara Caranchini for a three weeks' visit. She has just returned from Venice, Italy, where she spends every summer with John Bech, a Boston musical composer, and Mrs. Beach. Frank Hart and Oirar Johnson came Sunday from Hallowell, Me., where they have bee a working. Th Exact Word. "I don't mind a girl using a little rouse and pasder if she ia utremely car.-ful ia applying it. " "You mn if he"a cosmetieuluus." BoMoa Transcript. , A New York woman says; "I lav used Parisian Sage only two weeks but my hair has wonderfully increased in beauty, seems much heavier, and la entirely free of dandruff." E. A. Drown & Co. soils it with money-back guarantee. adv. ; , Mijs Eleanor K. Taie of Montpel ier resumed her duties in the office of Paige & Campbell this morning, aft er a several days' visit with Mrs. A. C. Murphy In Boston. Miss Mildred O'Brien, also of Montpelier, made the trip to and from Boston, A pleasing afternoon of music and readiii)? will be given at the home tt Mrs. John Trow Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody Is most cordially in vited to come and bring-their sewing and 25 cents. Refreshment will be served and an enjoyable afternoon is assured all, adv. Thrift club members, attention! Dec. 5 and Dec. J are the last day on which to complete payment on your j lir.'z Thrift club at th Quarry Sav ings Bank A Trust On. Don't fail to make the final payments, so as to re ceive ehecic for your savings plus in terest of 2 per cent. adv. Don't f-rgct the Christ ma sal to be held bf the Episcopal ladies in the Le gion hall Thursday afternoon and eve ning and be sure to see Indy Spindle and Lady Dwindle in Mr. Willis' Will." Miks Lillian Roberta will also giv a reading. Admission in the eve ning, 15c. adv. Richard A. Hoar of W-bsterville was discharged from the City hospital yesterday, after having received treat ment there for the past three weeks. Mr. Hoar was taken to the City hos pital for treatment for ,a gunshot wound accidentally received while at a hunting camp in Duxhury. A meeting of canvassers for the Barre Outing club was held in ths Board of Trad room last evening and the city was divided up into sec tions for canYaspinir. . It was also deemed wis to create a family mem bcrhip of $5, which would include ev ery memlier of the family, no matter how large, up to the age of IS years, in the case of grown children. Secre tary Tudor W. Bradley of the club addresed three classes of students at the high school this morning and was received with much enthusiasm and pledges for the snpport of the riw club were given. The Barre Board of Trade is to co operate with the merchants thi year in building up a Christmas buxines and plan have already been laid by the committee in charge for a wiie dow opening, rest room and commu nity (liristmas tree to be placed on the city park. Forty merchants have already signified their intentions of joining In the movement. An offer has been made the local Red Cross chapter for th rental of their head quarters during the holidays for the purpose of estahlUhing a rest room. "tere editttr: We want tew use kolum of yewr paper to give a spehul envertashun tew the publik tew kum tew the Blaeberry Korners fare, which is goin' tew be in the afternoon and evenin' of Dec 8 at Quarry Bank hall. The atrsk.hun in the evenin" is goin' tew be the dietrik skule. The skolars he goin' tew give a big eksibifthun to show the publik they be smarter'n any other skule. We don't say nothin' we taint abel tew back up so we be goin' tew ask any skule to have a kompe tiohun with us jest tew show 'em how fur ahead of 'em w be. We he goin' tew charge 10c a head fer thi ki bishun an' after the sku'e gits over showen' off w be goin' tew Lav a dance so yew ran ail get akwaated with the skolars. Everv wen kum an' brinir yewre frend. Blueberry Kor nera' Fare Asosiahun." adv. nyron Jackson, 14 Highland avenue, Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Sampled of reed work on sale at Baptist 'church Wednesday are dis played in windows of the Fitta store, C. W, Avenll & Co., and Cummings & Lewis.' adv. - Have you seen the reed work dia-J played in Averill'a, Fitts' and Cum mings & Lewis' windows? For sul at the Baptist church Wednesday aft ernoon and evening. adv. Don't forget the Christmas sale to be held by the Episcopal ladies in the Le gion hall Thursday afternoon and eve ning' and be aura to see Idy Spindle and Ladv Dwindle in Mrs. Willis' Will." Miss Lillian Roberts will also give a reading. Admission in .the eve ning, 15c. adv. . ' WEBSTERVILLE Clifford Catehepaujfh of Philipsburg, Que., was a guest at the home of Rob ert Mitchell on Thanksgiving. While here, he attended the Mitchell-Bradbury nuptials in. Barre. . William Edwards and wife have re turned to their home in Topsham, aft er a few day spent in town. . Fred Craig spent Thanksffivinir holi day and week end at his home here. He is employed in Brattleboro. Miss 5 Mildred Geak has returned from a visit at the home of Arthur Stratton in Montpelier. " , Mr. and Mrs. William Coxon and Wilfred Gillander motored to St. Johnsbury, where they spent Thurs day. Arthur W. Edwards was chauf feur and reports drifts of snow three feet deep in several places, especially over Walden Heights. Charles Gall is now located "in Boa ton, where he has employment. COUNT ON TRIAL. Charged With Delivering Hungary to Bolshevism, Budapest, Dec. .1, (By the Associated Pre), The trial of Count Michael Karolyi, former president of the Hungarian council, who is charged with high treason in delivering Hungary t Bolshevism, has begun here. I he public prosecutor demanded the con natation of all the accused's property. I he defense pleaded that the Karolyi family is reduced to povertv. Count Michael's wife earns her livelihood bv ferrying passenger from Ragusa to the Island Lacroma in a motor boat. AMERICANS CHEERED. When Rear Admiral Cole and Officers Reached Valparaiso. Valparaiso,' Dec. 5. (By the Allo cated Press), A warm welcome was accorded Rear Admiral Cole and officers of the American cruiser Cleveland, and Denver when they arrived her from Santiago, accompanied by government official. The party proceeded to the monu ment to the Chilean naval hero. Ad miral Blanco Encalada, where Admiral Cole placed wreath and delivered a short addres. Ilia remark were re ceived with great applause. Not to b Disturbed. A Princeton professor ha discovered the existence in th heavens of a new sun 50,000 tiroe brighter than our own. We understand that out of considera tion for the electric lighting companies it is to be allowed to remain at it present distance for the time being. Bvston Tranwript. Nomadic "Doe your family have any trouble with eooka?" "No; tJiey don't stay around the place long enough to become really troublesome." Boston Transcript. Special convocation of Gran it chapter, "o. 26, R, A. M., Tuetday, Dee. 5, at 7 p. m. Work, mark degree. Per order E. 11. P. ft buildinir this morning for naturaliza- tion and the granting of first papers. : Weyland Hamel of IJlainfleld was la the city last week. yValter F. Scott of Brandon arrived ! in the city yesterday. j Stoddard B. Bates of Derby Line,! senator-elect from Orleans county, ar- rived' in the city yesterday. , j Used piano for sale caBh or time. 132 Maiu street. adv, Inspector Coutts and Davis of the weights and measures department are at work on the reweighing of coal and wood throughout tho state. Inspector Coutta is at present in White River Junction -and Inspector Davis is In St. Albans. Evidence in a number of ! short weight bread cases, where the bread was made in New York state and shipped into Bennington hag been turned over to the New York authori-1 ties. . In probate court, the Montpelier Sav- j ings Bank and Trust company has been appointed trustee of a fund created by j the court in the estate of Eugene P. ' Stilson, lata of Woodbury. This fund Is created for the benefit of Lyman W. ' Stilson, an heir at law, who has not j been heard from for more than five ; years. He was in the service during j the World war, it is understood. It appears that the fund will be held for him for about nine or 10 years more, after which, if ho is not heard from, it will go to his sister. Jessie A. Wash burn has been appointed administratrix of the estate of Myron C Washburn, lat of Waterbury. Bertha C. Kellogg has settled her final account as ad ministratrix of th estate of Jeremy S. Chamberlain, late of Plainfield. An gus D. Morrison has settled his final account as administration of the es tate of Mary M. Morrison, late of Barre Town. Secretary of State Harry A. Black has suspended for 30 days the automo bile operating license of Alden A. Stew ard of Rutland, who was convicted in Burlington municipal coyrt Nov. 28 of an onwnse of speeding. The Chapter Masonic Home, incor porated, of Chester has tiled with the secretary of state a certificate showing that out of an authorized capital stock of $10,000, $3,050 has been paid in to the treasury. Albert Laird of Burlington visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Laird, in the city to-day. Frank A hair has returned home from the Heaton hospital somewhat better in health, after a stay of three week there, for treatment. George Roberts of Essex Junction wa fined $100 and costs of $20.55 by Judge F. L. Laird in Montpelier city court this morning for operating an automobile while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. H gave his age as 41 Years and hi occupation as farm ing. Jie expected to pay during the day. State- Attorney C. B. , Adams prosecuted. Guy B. Rice and Fanny P. Rice have transferred to Charles Simmons the premise at 14 Fuilorton avenue for a consideration of $3,175, and the deed ha been filed with the city clerk. The funeral of Mrs. Marshall O. Wood will be held from St. Augustine church at o'clock to-morrow morn ing, with burial in the Catholic ceme tery. Word waa received, this morning from Mrs. W. C. Ridy of Pacatello, Idaho, a daughter of the late Mrs. Wood, stating that she would arrive this afternoon. Rev. W. P. Crosby w ill officiate. Friends are requested to omit ! flowers. j Miss Eleanore Paige and Miss Mil-, dred O'Brien have returned from Bos-j ton, where they spent Thanksgiving. THIRD SET OF TEETH. 188 N. Main St. Barre. Vt. Nash Co. The Daylight Store . Petticoats and Knickers , .make acceptable Christmas Gifts. ) ' i M1 I i ' t Mi We have Just received a large shipment in the dark and medium shades so much in demand at the 1 present time. They include sateens of fine quality in both Petti coats and Knickers silk jersey Knickers and Petti coats and Petticoats of sateen with silk flounces Colors include navy, black, henna, Copenhagen and gray. V: We placed orders for these several weeks ago before the recent advances in the prices of silks and cottons and Christmas shoppers will find the values exceptional. Sateen Knickers 2.25 and -2.75. .. - Sateen Petticoats 2.25. : Jersey Silk Knickers 3.50 v and 4.50. Jersey 4.95. Silk Petticoats Silk 2.25. Flounce Petticoats V BAVARIA WON'T APOLOGIZE . For Attack on Officera f Inter-allied Commission. Berlin, Dec. 5 (By the Associated Press). The Munich correspondent of j the Lokal Anzeiger aaya it i certain that as far a Bavaria Is concerned the demands of the allies in their ulti matum of Nov. 30 for apology and in demnity for attacks on officers of the interallied commission of control, will not be fulfilled to the extent etipu lated. . A Munich dispatch to ; Vorwaerta says that the Bavarian premier Dr. Knelling, who arrives in Berlin to-day for a conference with Chancellor Cuno, Is resolved not to sign the letter of apology which the alliea require. NO TENSION EXISTS. CRITICIZED LABOR AGITATORS. Between Greece and the United States, It Waa Stated. : Athens, Dec. Ii, (By the Associated Press), Jefferson Caffrey, American charge d'affaires, has made his first call j on M. Knteis, acting foreign minister in the new government. Mr. Caffrey denied rumor that Gov. Allen of Kansas Also Paid Re spects to "Paid Strike Leaders." Kansas; City, Mo., Dec. 5. Governor Henry J. Allen of Kansas, speaking before the National Presbyterian Lay wen's conference advocated the indus trial court law and criticized labor agi tators and "paid etrike leaders. The business of being a labor lead er, he asserted, is "a jrreat industry." 'There are ioO.OOO paid secretaries of war," be asserted, "working for the unions. They drain the labor organiza tion .of $tK),000,0()0 every year. They naturally oppose the industrial court bora use they live on labor warfare. They are afraid of the Kansas in dustrial court." William H. Foulkes of New York, general Secretary of the new era move ment of the Prc.'bvterian inurch. de clared ."what it takes generations to write into our constitution an alien rabble shall not destroy." "SPANKING WEEK." With Spanking of the Old-fashioned Kind la Recommended. New York. Dec. 5. An "old fashioned J 1 . : . . J ... I.A,.AA 1. .. Luted State, and .reec. as a result f, . ., wgg re,ommendJa au The rumor were strengthened by the presence of an American destroyer at Phaleron. It is sad that a destroyer is to lie stationed at Phaleron to ensure wireless communication wth Constan tinople for it is feared that the Turks may obtain control of the cable. Regu lar communication between Athena and Constantinople i essential tiot only for official business but to ens Die Ameri can relief organisations to communicate with each other. The relief wwk elicits the deepest gratitude here. aid in raising future citizens in an ad dress by Mr. Smith Alfoid at the 18th anniversary meeting of the Big Broth er and Muters last night. Strategy. "You always take your (husband' along when you go to buy a new gown: "Certainly. In the presence of hal a dozen beautiful models an da modisls who speaks perfect French he hasn' the nerve to talk about economy." Birmingham Age-Herald. Regular meeting of Iro And Rejuvenated Eyesight for Harry G. Turner, 97. London, Dec. 5. Harry Gardner Turner, in iis 08th year, to-tay n possessed of a third set of teeth and rejuvenated eye sight. A year ago Mr. Gardener "was forced to eat ol't foods and wear glasses but the only physical defect from which h now suffers U poor hearing. J'hysicians say that he is beginning to develop new tissue. Forget-Me-Not. Farmer Turmut had Wen to market.' Reduce Your Coal Bills To operate their business profitably successful bus iness concerns find it necessary to reduce operating costs wherever possible and still maintain efficiency. This poli cy is a sound one and should be applied in our homes as well as in business.- ! ' We know that a great many people can reduce their coal bills if they will change their methods of using coal. We have told others how to do this; they have tried it out and have been convinced. We will gladly do the same for you. Call in and see us we feel sure we can help you. D. M. MILES COAL COMPANY Tel 133, 140 North Main Street ououf tribe, S. U. in Odd "'; h,d 'fUh li' Follow,' hall to-nitfht at i n1'" l" Mhtf "T "! - oVlo.-k. Nomination of fLotl? .,to hve nlH.tle "to a suit ofj - ehjej. "You Inadvisable However, can't have your iiriini and vour cV ," an old proirb. Per il bars not. but if vou are sufficiently abie and in-fT,p;kus you en be yn;r penny ail wmeon e!e"s cake. Bi"n Tr-ati-Vj 1. I Cough and Cold in Winter. Indoor aedentsry life in winter has a direct bearing on the prevalence of rmiirV. and cold. Keep the bowels ac tive and overcome constipation with I Foley Cail.artif Tablet. Cold. roMsn. rroup, thrnat, chest and brim hial trjn b quickly relieved with Foley's Hon jey and Tar. Contains na opiate it rredi.t printed fB the wrsprxr-r. Larp- se.Iiiie concH medicine ia tb world. "K':eys H.-rey and Tar is rord-rfiil for atta.-l of emgb nd e- '?." -rit- W. H. flray. Vx'tn.oe, tl ifn i. SoH cerj Vre.- - J. Th annual meeting - &t- of Barre post. No. 10. yVjvC will be held at post J ' J f, headquarter Wednes JlV k evening, Dec. , at .'jitf '''1ck. Business, ' election of officers and filing dues for ensuing year. A large attendance la desired. Per oider com Stated convention of -.i l Knights of Pythias, on 'J I 1 Tuesday evening-. Dec. X7fh, at 739 o'clock. Eire SfJ tion of officer. Rank of knight. A large at- of clothes. But alas! on his homeward journey he lost it. Hi carelessness annoyed Mrs. Turmut very much. She told the vicar aliout it t.V next day. A week later the vicar met Turmut. "Good morning, Mr. Turmut," said the good man; "have you heard anything "limit vour cloth I "Yes,' he aaid mournfully and emnly. "I have morning, noon nicdit." Lo Angfle Times. sol-and A Fast Worker. tendance desired. Per order C C. GRAMTEVILLE Refn'ar meeting tf council I.l'nion St. J.ibn Kspt'.t d AmTi'ju cp dries oy. i me. t,, at p. m Members are request' ed, ti attend. Per or der sec. "Is that younir nephew of your getting used to his new poition!" "I should say so. He's already find ing fault with the way his bo runs the buims." Boston Transcript. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. - f TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 1r'r A h. 'm: ran I f-f-v. mm yi'mwty 4 MTinc r k D C.4Arw. Is.w :--rr . i. t ESTATE OF WILI.AUD B. CHENEY. Tfte inuer.irnwl. having rwn ai Kn!5 by th romrb) firat-ata court far lha dia 1 rVt of Wlh'tnr. T. trt - rwa. nuniw, an adjust lha rlaima anl rf rwaaila of all prntmt aaaift th aatat M W Il ia nl B. hn-r. lata of City o ilarre. n aM dwuntl. Jtj. in. -ll ..alma -SiX.4 in (VTk (O-rrto. knpb iva Bo'W liJl r will for h" purTK !? aatd at th" (rPVa of Ow Ti:a Shoe t o. in tha t nv f Harr. In us i!wtrct rn thr fTili sav of DwwiitxT an fc n4 Si nrit. from l a cJnrk a m, j antsl S o c ork p. o ea'B r1 aa:4 (Sara an that i wnth frost tha llri 6mr of j kamWr. A. P. a tha ttm inHrd 1 nra- vatit coorl fof -iH rt4v-- tft prr.i J thair fiartoa to ua f-r xm ni a aid a Iud at CIt of ftarrr. t.ia nt lay of " fcr r-f". A I. rot ; U. AR iH' K C. Ttl.fTN. t. To" FRANK L. SMALI, Con-jElrti-nora. ti.ii rv. -..-. . Matches This Week 6 full size Handy-box Matches for 29c The price has been 7c per box, 40c per package, .not delivered at the special price. 8 Pride Laundry Soap for 23c 6 cakes of Arrow Borax Soap V 23c 5 7c packages of Pride Washing Powder . . Mincemeat, ready to use, per lb 2 packages of Gutchess Mincemeat Canned Blueberry, per can Tomatoes, No. 2 size, per can 10c Tomatoes, No. 3 size, per can 15c Tomatoes, fancv hand packed Tomatoes 20c Spy Apples, in bushel baskets Greening Apples, in bushel baskets . '. . . ' Florida Oranges are cheaper and the best eat ing Oranges at this time of year. New crop Scotch Peas, whole Peas, Green Peas antl 1 T Tl A. Z 1 I I.. 1 111 "1 TT. ' lenow onp i eas, jusi in, an miiu, iuc, o ius. ..k THE F. D. LADD CO. .23c .20c .23c ".23c