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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, October 05, 1906, Image 8

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Five Pieces Table Damask at
98c a Yd.
72 inches wide, pure linen, in four different patterns Rose, Grecian,
Stripe and Fluer de.Lis combination, lily of the valley , and blue bell
patterns." At 11.38 a yard this would be a big value. We cannot sell
oyer six yards to a customer, i ;
1 20 Hemstitched Doylies at
19c Each.
These are of fine mercerized damask (not a thread of linen) 16 1-2 in.
wide, ,27 in. long, hemstitched on all sides. The usual price of
these is'' 25c. ' '
One Lot Ladies' Suits, Value $20, at - $9.98
A small dot of AVool Suits, of the very latest Fall and Winter styles,
made up in the new mixtures. These are Sample Suits, al perfect in
every way and would sell regularly at $20 a Suit. .
A Big Line of Other Suits from $12.50 to $32.50.
The Homer Fitts Company.
For Women.
Owing to the increased cost of material Shoes
have steadily advanced in price until there arc but
few reliable medium-priced Shoes on the market.
These Shoes listed below are best to be found in style,
fitting qualities and service.
Kid Lace Snoe, patent tip, medium heel and
toe, $2.00.
Gun Metal Calf, blucher style, an especially good
fitting, stylish Shoe, $2.50.
The Dr. Marie Louise Cushion Sole Shoe is spe
cially designed for those who desire a comfortable and
serviceable Shoe. It is made with a cushion between
the inner and outer soles and is very flexible , and a
perfect cushion for the feet. Made on an attractive
and well fitting last, $2.50. v
Other sty l"es $1.50 up.
These Shoes are made especially for and
only by the .
Barre Shoe Company, V
131 North Maine Street Telephone 432-4, Barre, Vt,
United Shoe Stores Co. Barre, Hardwick, Burlington, St. Albans
The New Fall Top and Rain Goat
A safe Garment to have with you at this season
of the year.
You can wear it on your back or carry it on your
arm. The length and the price varies a trifle to suit
your height and your pockctbook.
Also a big line of Men's' and Youth's Suits of the
finest patterns and quality at prices from $5.00 to
! ., t
(Successor to. Scgel & Brady,)
Telephone 27-2U Bolster Block, J 15 Main St.
We will turn your lights on at dusk and off at
9.30 or 10.00 o'clock, for a fixed sum per month.
Let Your Goods Talk to llie Public While You Rest.
Holler skating tonight.
;lSc!u. The latest at VaujjIiBn'n,
' (;orpo (Aimron of Woodsviile, X. IL,
it in tiie t-ity.
! O. II. Iiale rpturned this morning from
the Tuiibridff,! fair. .
I'rd.A. P, Abbott's full 'pa;e an
nouuivment on. page 3.
i iStone cutters hnriil Ifatbors for mt. at
the I'nion Clothing ntori. . . '
' ; K. V. Morse hH sold 'hit automobile
to out-of-town parties. '
' Wilbur XiclioU went to Watertmry
thi morning on a business visit.
Sully M. Wing ami G. W. Kellogg of
(St. Jolmsbury called on friend in the
Jcity today,
! K. M. Scott has returned from the
: fair and will rrourne busine lit the
I'enny Arcade.
j C. R. Wood" Pora Star started at the
'reet ot Montreal yesterday milking
fourth position in one raw.
i Xcw last ami leathers "Croit U"
hoe for men, union labrl, at W, .!, Me
Leun's, .200 .No. Mai( street.
j Murdo M. CamU-l) hft this miming
; for Montreal for treatment for mi in
;jury to hi eye eauscd hy a'flyitig stone
I chip.
For sale 25 buhels lipe atwl preen
tomatoes, J3 bushel riH tucuinlM'rs, 1
jton wpiHshes. Phone 404-11. A. ('. Miep
j ari'.-
Carload of potatoes jut, arrived for
(Smith & Cnimniiifr. ."5c jier buxhel
j taken from the ear; 60c per bushel de-
liveretl. ,
Kew student at the seminary thin
week are ieorj;ie I'utiinm of N'nuhna, N".
it., Ala Northrop and Janet Williams
of the city.
Merle Calef and Krnt McDnnulJ of
WuKhin'ton left lith-t tiicht ior Baker
City, Oregon, where they will work in tin
elect riu plant.
The annual 1imine rwftinjf and v
eiul of the.Vounjr Veolpe ("nri-lian
I'nion of the I'niversalist churth will bo
held ia the etry this evening at 7.30."
T. W. O'Hourke of East Mane and A.
J Schneider went to .Burliniiton thi
. morninjf to atteinl an executive meeting
of (iruit Court, Korcsters of America.
I Anion'; today arrival at the City
Hotel, are ('. V, .VmiT and ('. I". Yomijr
of Itiirlinton; Cforjje K. Pickering anil
' A. K. Adams of 1ttn and II. K. Dole
o: .pringiieia, .Mass. -. -
The Vermont polieyltohler in the Mu
tual Life Insurance company of New
York held an iidourned nieetini ye!er-
'ilay at the Mate Iloun' in Mniitpelier.
I The Hon. Carroll S. Paj;o of Hyde. Talk
'presided, l'hin of Hctimi at the coiniiiji
jrenral inot'tiliiir of the policvhold.n
were dheusKed, and to v-"!ov. l'age and
K II. Deavilt of Montpclier wan lift the
appolntnient of a commit tec to look af
ter tue interHsl of iolicyholders in Vcr
inont. I
Look thi up at A. A. Smith & Broth
er's. It itcaii dolluiH Miveil for you.
Special for Saturday and Monday, a
large, lot of heavyweight sweater that,
you would ordinarily pay $1.00 for, go
liijl at 40c. If you have not already done
no, . you should avail youiclt" of the
opportunity offered you "by them to buy
natural wool and camel hair under
wear worth $1.2:. at only Stic Stock'
in;,' of all kind at juice far below
what you would be anked for the sjiiuh
grade elnewhere. If in need of n watcli,
remember that they will sell Vou the
tine,t and :J2 Waltham 'watche
for $I2.!IH, or the $15 Waltham watche,
for $7.!IS. See their adverticinent on
fourth page. .
We.tthsr Predictions- .
laical fIiowcvh toniht and Saturday
nioniiiui, followed by clearing Saturday
afternoon. Warmer tonight : cooler Sat
in day evening and night; light variable
winds. ' ' ..' ..'"'' '
JLocal Happenings Tersely Told for Busy
. Readets. ' ''
W. 1 L Ward i in Boxton on biiHiiifs.
Wallnec liruce lia returned from Al
bany, N. Y.
Friday and Saturday sale, at the
Yaujfhan Htore.
will meet tonight
at M-t
Boys' Brigade
n o'clock.
The M;i;ic curt-
Have- beautiful hair
er at Yaughan'ii.
J'ull fashion in -women'
Dodd Shoe at McLean'.
A few iin blank to close at two for
OcV Averilt tumid company.
Chicken pie supper in Congregational
dnuch vestry Friday evening from 6
to" '9. - ,
, Mr. and Mr. J. M, Taylor of Brad
ford called on friend in this city last
evening; ' ""-""
'' Be sure nod go to the harvest supper
iu the l'iiivera1it vetry Tuesday
evening. . "
I. M. Barnes of Ludlow i the"guet
of hi daughter, Mr. Dudley, on South
Main street.
.Duncan Stewart sprained hi wrist
yesterday while handling a stone , at
ltizzl Bio.' shed.
Eead A. P. Abbott' full pago (in-noiuK.-eincn't
on page :i. .
A riblMin hU- at ''vry's -a- fSva-ineh
changeable taffeU ribboii at only Ioc
per yard. . , , ' ,
-Tickets for Foster's Moving Picture
are now on .sale. Matinee price, 10 and
20c; evening 10, !5 and .
Mr. John Anderson and ehildren U'av
on the midnight- train tonight, for (3uil-f.-rd,
M1., to join tier hiwband. )
, Mists Beed, 47 State street, Mont pfelier
nnnoufiees her opening of fall and win
ter inillinery Saturday, Oct. ".
. Deputy Sheriif JI. J. SlayUm ha
moved hi olliee from the Bolster block
to 13 Prospect street. Tel. 455-L
A special meeting of the Barre Ran
gers will be held in the pavilion Friday
at CM p. in. A. WisharU President.
Mr. Belle "L. Batchelder,, formerly ot
Barre, is assisting Mis-s J!eed of Mont
pclier in her millinery ilore thi Keasoii.
Strange freak, half horse Olid half
camel, absolutely the only living one;
puzzles scientists, performs rare and
amusing feat. On exhibition dy and
evening at Labelle's livery, North Main
street. Don't mis thi. Admission a
dime. ...
Kager expectation will become ' full
realization when Creston Clarke present
"The llagged Messenger" at the opera
house on Saturday evening, Oct. 13. This
accomplished actor is this season giving
an, interpretation, of a purely modern
role in "The Hugged Messenger" that has
set the. entire theatrical' world agog, and
that must be proving discomforting to
those wiseacres, who, misled by hi mas
terly effort as ''Monsieur Beaucnire", a
highly romantic role, .contended that he
.could not portray a strictly modern
Tuesday evening, Oct. f, i the date
of the harvest supper at the Universalist
vestry. Supper only 20c.'
The Ladies' Aid of the Congregational
eiiurcli will give a .chicken pie
Frida evening front 6 to 8.
The lest Tcmedy for a cold, our home
made hore-honnd candy. You are sure
it h pure at the Burro Candy Kitchen.
The Ladie I'nion will hold a harvest
aiipper in the Universalist vestry Tues
day evening, Oct. 9, from 6 to S. Sup
per 20c. ;
Mrs. "Fthht Britt and her daughter.
Mi" Nellie Jiritt, of Portland, M,. are
visiting nf the home of their nephew and
cousin, Dennis Cleary.
Saturday home made randy 20c per
'box:. maple walnut fudge, 20c per pound;
cirndy kisses, three flavor, 15c per pound
at Barre Candy Kitchen;
, The Kings Daughter will hold their
regular monthly meeting this evening at
the home of Miss Violet Murray, Mer
chant street, at 7 o'clock sharp.
Captain and Mrs. Chase, the officer
of the Salvation Army .of ' Harre,- will
conduct their farewell service in Army
hall, Sunday evening, Oct. 7th. Since
the arrival of Captain, and Mr. Chase in
supper j Barre they have made many friend for
the Army by tneir hard work and fttith-
fullnes to it cause. They will be
greatly missed by the comrade of thi
corn wlio have learned to Jove them
botn since their arrival. The captain
report that the Army work i in a bet
tei condition at present than it ha been
for some time in thi city, and the fu
ture for the Army in Barre still more
promising. During the command of
('apt. Chase an invoice bookf has been
kept for inspetion by any friend who so
desires. All doliationa have been kept
on record and any one contributing to
the Army work can find same on file.
Their change U largely owing to . the
condition of Mr. CiiBe' health which
bus been poorly since they came to this
city. The peolpe of Barre highly appre
ciate tlu good work done by them here
and bid them good by with a hearty wel
come t.j return at any time.
K !
Gall Consolidated Lighting Company,
Phone 324-4, about 'it.
AND.. ,.
Exposition of the New Modes for the Season at Hani
, Saturday, October 6th, will mark the opening; of Fall and Win
ter business. At this time our complete showing of Fall models
will be on parage for inspection-
For those wanting the more exclusive fabrics it is advisable .to
make selections early in the season, and we invite the interest of
those who desire the widest range of selection.
The prominent feature in Business Suits is the form fitting back
with flared skirts. In some styles this is pronounced, and in others
only moderately so.
The same style prevails in Overcoats. Business coats'are mod
erately long. In Overcoats one may wear style 45 or 50 inches
long, or some length between the two.jind any of them will be
Ve have a very wide range of fabrics this season, as well as the
correct new styles, and we may say that we have never shown an
assortment more pleasing in every respect, than' we now present
for your consideration. ..
Sincerity Suits from - - $10.00 to $22.03
Sinceritv Overcoats from -Other
Suits from -Other
Overcoats from
Give us a call.
10.00 to
5.00 to
5 00 to
Union Clothing Store,
One Price Clothiers
Telephone 126-2. ". Old Skating Rink Buildta g, 0pp. Depst Square
AKVdKoa 9NIHI013 noiwn
There will be a
coiniiHinicat ion of
lodge, No. F. Si
tins eveuiiisr at 7
oik on
order W.
Cm nite
A. M,,
C. degree, l'er
All niembersi of
f'n Cordon dr
niutie club are re.
quested to meet in
room 7, Ktittiuiiii'n
block, Fridity eve
ning, October 5, nt.
7 :.!() o'clock. ,T. ,?.
McKen.ie, ni'n'ger.
o , .. -
A surprising proportion of
blioe manufacturers today arc
cheapening the quality of their
shoes to offset the advancing cost
of leather. If you want a medi
um priced shoe that holds its
quality with former years, buy
"Doris." Sold only by us. Price, $2.00 and $2.50.
We have others.
" j" jij' ' '
Ten Per Cent Discount
on all Cash Purchases
For one week beginning October 4th to
October 10th, inclusive. The time to invest
is now. A visit to our store is worth while.'
157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, PropV.
New Fall Suitings in all the leading eolors, materials
that will make up to be becoming and stylish for every one.
One lot of 54-inch suiting 98c and $1.25 per yard.
One lot of gray 56 inch suiting, only 75c per yard.
A good assortment of the lower price goods can be
found also, from 18c, 25c, 50c to 75c per yard. ,
The Homemade Black Silk Petticoats, $5.00.
The Mildred Waists, the kind that fit, $1.25 to 5.00 each.
From 2 to, 6 years; good values,
pretty styles. Also a new lot of Bonnets
at all prices.- Remember the Ten per
cent Discount.
We can show you one of the
best line of Furs ever shown by us.
All new, up-to date. Best of value?
and you can save 10 per cent dis
count if you buy during this sale.-
Ladies' ribbed fleece lined Vests, - - . .25
Ladies' vclastic, extra heavy fleeced Vests, - - . .50
Ladjcs' wool mixed ribbed Vests - - - .75
Ladies' wool, in white and gray ribbed, 1.00, J.25
Ladies' scarlet wool Underwear - - - 1.25
Boys' and Misses' fleeced lined Underwear, - - .25
Wool Underwear marked according to size, Forest Mills
Make. Remember the Ten pr. ct. Discount during this
The kind 3Tou can always depend upon for wear, for
sale by VEALE 6c KNIGHT.
Best of values can be found here at all prices.
Remember the discount during this sale.
1 1 J
McCall's Patterns can always be depended upon.
Table Linens, Outings, Muslin Curtains, Lace Cur
tains. ' ' ?
Golf Gloves, 25c and 50c. Mittens, 10, 15 and 25c.
Knit Shawls, 25c to $2.00 each. Infant long and short
Cloaks. Infant Jackets, Mittens and Booties, Tarn O'Shah
tcrs and Wrappers. 1
Materials for Dressing. Sacks and Bath Robes, 12 1-2c
15, 18, and 25c. ' i
Don't forget the date of this sale, October 4th to 10th
inclusive. No discount on spool silk and cotton.
Made of white clay, same as stoneware
and glazed. Prices right. Now time to
buy before first frost, now overdue.
A O Strictly pure and extra strength, no adulteration, no artificia
Iv f BflMill coloring. Also Creen Peppers, Tomatoes, etc. Pure Mixe
Dafl ttlU r. , . r . . 1 r i
vvnoie bpices lor picsiing ana pure urouna apices.
Telephone 31-3.
Opposite City Patkf
Barre. Vermont

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