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THE n ARRIS DAILY TIMES, FEBRUARY 23. 100).
MosicSay We a Btey Day ON CURTAIN MUSLINS. and well it should be for such low prices with an assortment larger than ever shown by this concern before make it quite an inducement to buy now. Think what an improvement you can make in a room with a small expenditure of money and, too, the many different purposes these pretty muslins can be put to. Prices from 7c to 25c Per Yard Curtain Nets from 1 5c to 39c Per Yard Ladies' Home Journal Style Book FOR SPRING The largest exclusive style publication printed special combination offer Style Book (Price 20c) and any 15c Pattern Free, THE HOMER fins COMPANY THE BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1909. Weather Prediction. IUIn and warmer to-night and Wd w-tday: liirht easterly wind inereas- We have a complete line of the kind that are guaran teed to give satisfaction. ASK FOR HOOD'S, sold only by BARRE SHOE GO. Home of Good Shoes. TALK OFJHE TOWN Now gaktea cloth, 15e 'yard, at The Vauglian Store. Hav- yon read TIMen's shew eala adr. on page 4 of to-day ' Timet , Teoup't union orchestra to prepared to furuieh first olaaa muiio for any and all oocmIomi any number of piece re quired. Addreee A. M. Troup, A Laurel street, or telephone 131-11. I Exhibition Cookies i J The kind that we malte is little the J beat yWvo probably ever eaten, wn-! leas yon have pougos mem in inoi "Oid Country." 10c dozen I Oar Oat Cakes are known by their S standard excellence 1 Oc dozen. Conoert Tuesday Evening. The following U the program to be rtren at the Preebyterian church Tues dayVveniog at H o'clock. Piano duet, Mines Walker and Phil b'pa. Chora, by the choir. flolo. Mile Wood. Reading, Miss Hooker. Duet, es. Mutuh and Marr. Polo, Mr. Robertion. Readin. Mk ITrath. Mieeea MoKnzie ani Phillip. Solo, Mr. Blake. Glioma, hy the ohair. Aocompaoiet, Mi Walker. Admieaion, IS Mitts. Once More Lent ! Is Here ! Cvxam Puffs. miSfir rirht out with ! I goodness, i 8c dozen. J J Sweet Milk Bread such as made j S bcre ia wholesome and good. What I tjioiro can one k for? 1 8c loaf, 3 1 for 25a, at moM groeers, or of us. a I Boyce's Bakery, j j Tel. 837-4 869 North Main St. ! ...........-..--..-.-.. -...J I I e CITY BAKERY i WHOLE WHEAT BREAD i ;.. . . . ! 1 Do you know that whole wheat J bread is the meat healthful of any. 2 It has fnore nutrition and is j more easily digested than common J white bread. Whole Wheat Bread J j can be bought here at 10c loaf, or J at principal stores. Wholesome j cakes, pies, cookies, doughnuts, etc., you'll find here at all time?, I fresh and desirable. - j a A telephone order (12-11) will J be delivered to your home. Try I this elan to. dav. 9 and we are prepared to take care of your wants. Whether you observe Lent, the Wed I nesdays and Fridays or other I fast days, or do not, it's the ! Lenten season, just as it . has been tor nineteen hundred ! years and if s for those people ; who keep those days we have arranged an assortment. We will have our windows de voted to some eatables for just this occasion. Our fresh Fish stock will be complete j in every detail. In Salt Fish we nave a variety tnats a No. i. We have a Salt Her- j ring in kits, the finest everj offered in this city, then our J line in Canned Goods is com- J plete, so we can offer some j thing for each meal during fast days. We solicit your I orders and will try and please j you as to price, quality and I kind. I TALK OF THE TOWN New taeetaTins alike at Abbott's. White eale. Second floor at The V ugh an Store. For bargains in dreit ikirte ae the ones advertised at Perry's. G C. Moody of Waterbttry Tleited friends la this oity yesterday. Po you need wotkina; shoes t If so, it will pay you to Tier Tllden's sale. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lyon went to Bos ton tt-day, where they will visit for a Week. Miss Nin! Lamorden of Warren ij a guest of Mies Blanche Miller of Park street. Six candidates wera initiated at the regular meeting of Bam aerio of Eagles last evening. Dancing to-night at IlaJe'e Pavilion from 7i30 to U p. m. Gents 25e, ladies free. Prize given. See w north window for special enam eled ware sale. Your choice, 10 cents eaeh. C. N. Kenyon A Co. Thomas Mmrion of Rochester, N. Y, Is vieleiof hi eietars, Mrs. M Garvey and Mr. D. M. Miles, in this city. Mies AMoe 0Kef. who haa been rtj. itinr Mrs. 7. VV. OakW and Mrs. Tbom as Oarrity, riund jesterday to her homo in Burfcnjrton. 6t. Moni in VVood-Febrnary The tadjes' Aid souiety of c' obuftfc wiU Ao4 dapce ma? hy, Tnes4 erening, 3. Admission 25 cents. Fpawldinff high vs. Bradford acadewy, Chureh street jrynHMiiira, T.Vineday nigh at 8 "stock. Gentlemen, 25 cent; ladies, 15 cents. Game sure to be a innuw. li ine war.v who toolc th iiriV.i inMnjmPD., ea from Dr. Avery' sleigh TTui,errnij, xnwrsaay eweitKig, will return the same at once, he will avoid iroume. ur. js. je, Avery, East Barrc. There will be a sTArt waiet dance in woeomeit's nan, Tnursday evening. Fh. ruarr 25. Dancing will be from eight nmtil two o'clock. Admission 75 ctnU per coupie. Kxtra ladies 25 cents. Oil berton orchestra of six pieces will fur. nigh' thft msie. ! j SMITH & CUMINGS, Til Department Food Steri. - . 'it . i ..i . .?n i T vjncicaspooniui win relieve, one Dotue win cure acougn or cold oryour money will be refunded. Price 25c and 50c bottle. . I Rexall Cherry Juice Cough Syrup j RED CROSS PHARMACY, "THE REZAL gTORt" Milw' Granita Block, - - . . Borra, Varaaoat The annual convention of district number four. Knights of Pythias, will be held in Burlington on Thursday, lebniary 25, in the K. P. rooms ia the Barrows block. In connection with this rtrent the district will celebrate tha 45th anniversary of the founding of tlie Pythian ordr. The convention will be called to order at eight o'clock in the evening. The chair., will be oc cupied bv the officers of Cliamplain lodge, wlio will exemplify the rank of knight in full ceremonial form. lest Rolled Oats 6 lbs 25c High Grade Smoked Shoul dcrs, per pound ...10c Ben Hur Tomatoes, can 10c 101b pail Lard $ 1.35c Rumford Baking; Powder pound can. ..30c Full Cream Cheese, lb. 18c Red Rose Coffee, best in town, per pound. 35c Fresh Bread, per loaf 9c Erie Sweet Corn 3 for.... 25c Tel. 109. 11. We deliver free. G. ft LYNHAM, "Xotth Barre Grocer," 517 N. Main St., Cor. Main and Sacoad TALK OFJHE TOWN Local Happenings Tersely Told for Busy Readers. New ladies' suits at Abbott's. ' Curtain muslin sale at FitU's, "Dancing to night at Hale's Psvilion. Buttons for trimming, at Perry's all the rage. Ice cream soda and college Ices at Mascott's. Arctics and heavy overs at cost at Tilden's sale. ' Mrs. W. M. Stewart is ill at her home in the Morxe block. John Srampinl is seriously ill at his home on Sniiih street. L. II. Boyce of Waitsflcld was a visitor in thia city yesterday. L. E. Roberts went to Burlington this morning on a busine visit. Dr. Joe W. Jackson went to Burlington thia morning on a business visit. Alderman W. S. Alexander went to Korthiield this morning on a business trip. Miss Lottie McLean of Hudson, Mass., is visiting friends in this city and Gran. iteville. The interest on the Be ire Savings Bank nd Trust company notes will become due March 1. Hornby's delicious old-fashioned but ter-scotch in So and 10c packages. It's fins; try it. Red Cross Pharmaoy. i Tbe entertainment committee of 1n- citia club announces a "ladies' night" for Wednesday evening, February 21. Paul and Carl Waterman returned last night to the university of Vermont at Burlingten after a few days' visit at their home. The Bev. F. A. Poole and II. O. Wood ruff went to Manchester, X. H., to-day to attend the New England Congrega tional Congress. Miss Bins Bracken and Miss Mar pa ret O'Conner, who fca been visiting Miss Nellie adlior, returned this morning to their homes in Burlington. There will be an adjourned regular meeting of tha Modern Woodmen of America, Wednesday, Feb. 34, at 7 p. m. There) will be adoption work. Kelson Downing, who has been visiting In the eity for the. past few weeks, left this morning for Bout on, where be will have charge of a livery atabla. Just received, another barrel of those old-raehimed horshound drops. Often inut4ed at horns and outside, but they are raver equalled. Bed Cross Phar macy. The Ladies' Aid of tbs Congregational church are to have a "llotlr's After noon" in the church parlor Wednesday. A program will be given and refresh mants served. MetWrs may be asked for a. little story or for some advice in the bringing up of children; so please be prepared. The barber shop run by Lisle Bumham in the Ward A Douglas building, Uit South Main arrant, wus sold at sheriff's ssle yesterday to satisfy a mortgage held Hy A. A. Hunt. Deputy Sheriff U. J. Slayton aneUooed the property and dectarod it Mid to the holder of the mrtgsg. The protractl mectfnes at the E-an gfiical church will begin tliis evaning at 7:30 o'clock at the hall, 8 Merchant stree. Evangnjist Greom, at pTont of luon-pi'iiw, wju oe in charge. ine sep vice are hold for the promotion of the ttocneies oi scriptural salvation and boh nans. An inVitatioa is extended to all. John H. Senter of Montnelier will de liver W noted address on Daniel Webster before the Laymen's League of the Uni venalit church, Wednesday evening, Feb. Z4. JJinner will be served promptly at 6 p. iu. All goiitlenien not members of any otbar church 4re cordially invited to become members of this league. There sre no initiation fee and no dues. The expenses are paid by a voluntary offer ing. The Vermont state bowling league will close this week with games in Burlington on Thursday aud Friday nights, both Barre teams as well as both Montpelier teams going to that city to participate. The Aliens of Burlington rolled at Mont palier last night, losing two to three to the Capitals and one to four from the Faetimes. The Calumets and Crescents of this dity lead the league in that order, and it looks as if they might close the season first and second, respectively, al though the Crescents are only "three games behind their fellow-citteens. On Friday evening, February 26, at 8 o clock, the Ladies Aid society of the Congregational church will give an en tertatnmcnt winch will consist of a "Talk on Japan," by Mian Mary E. Ide of St, Johnsbury. Miss lde has lived a year in Japan and will tell of the home life, cus toms ana cuaraotemtacs of the Japanese Some vare and interesting curios will be ..UtkU.j ' j - i .Aiiiuitcu, jin-iuauig rinuroiarrws, drawn work, and articles descriptive of the life of the people. Three young ladies will Da dressed in Japanese costume, and S in honor of the in Yokohoma. HOUSE OX St I A TON. La, i. K. UUAH. kwUHt Mgr. f HURSDAY, FEB. 25 THE MUMMY -and thi- HUMMING BIRD Return of the ever popular So cioty Comedy Drama Success A PLAY OF THE IIOUR New Fancy Waists made from silk and lace., They arc beauti ful, just what you want for evening wear. VEALE & KNIGHT, Sew Eaarload TaUakaao. lll-l Valta Taienhoa Lla. Currier Building, - North Main St, Borre, Vt With Everybody' Favorite Mr. Henry W. Pem&erton and Miss Adelaide French 3 CL0TKIH0 COMPAITT. vmon clothwo coupaitt. And a most excellent company. Don't fail to see the best play of the season. Prices, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 g Seats on sale Saturday at Kendrick's. 4 Tiealr p j Scampini Block. High Class Morlng Pictures ml Sings. PICTURES: "Tll6 Convert. (Heavy drama) "Tlia Disease Was Not Catch ing, (Best comedy) "rtte Burglar and ths Piano. (A scream) Willi flie Close of Our Clearance Sale We find that we still have on hand too many Suits, Over coats, Reefers, Ulsters and Pants, and as it is our policy not to carry any poods over, we have decided to sell the above articles at the same big reduction in price as has pre vailed throughout our Clearance Sale. We have plenty of nice browns, olives and fancy mix tures in suits and you will certainly find something here you want at the reduced prices. MENS PANTS A big assortment in this department to select from and at a big discount while they last. New Spring Shirts, New Spring Neckwear, New Spring Shoes Give Us a TriaL Wo Clsa'a, Proas aad Repair Clotl-lag. UNION CLOTHING STORE, ETLRT1H 13 AND COTS VEJl Tctcpfiofic 126-2. CM Skatioc Fink I eliding, Cpp. Depot Square, Chios cloihiko compact. ukioii'clothlng compjlNy. Hear "Bob Parker Sing "I'll Be Year Bonnie Jean and You'll Be My Sand." O HEAVY OVEIR For Felts and Shoes 3 oooooooooo o o o o o o Change of Programme Three Times a Week. q will all go in this sale at the 15 per cent dis- X count. Don't forget the place. Remember. O the quality with us is always THE BEST. Aftemosns 2 to 5. Evenings 7 ts 10.30 PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE. C S. ANDREWS, Proprieror. Mamission, d cents oooOOO . ooOOo O Hare's Block, Barre, Vt. Q o 0 o o "lol Steps Tea-house" "The Mummy and the Humming Bird' winch comos to the op?ra iou? nxt Thursday, Feb. 25, is a socioty drama in four acts and has proved one of tlifl greatest ueeeg(f in years. Th plot of toe tlratna is exceptionally well drawn and is woven around the desiens of a -scheming, aeeomplistwnl, and handsome Italian, on tm wife of an Lnglmh lord. Mr. Henry H. PemlMrton, who plays Lord Luinley, i one of the best leading men on the American atape. He hag sup ported some of the most well known slars. He will iav the nupport of a company of standard merit, including Miss Adelaide French. Nothing will be left undone to make this attraction the best of tbe season. Comique ! In A. Tomasi Block. The World's Pulse Reflected in Motion Pictures PROGRAMME TODAY Love Will Find a Way Imitation Bull Fight In Old Arizona FEATURE Mr. Arthur D. Holmes Will Sing "SAILORBOY" ADMISSION, 5 CENTS. HE WHO IS BEST PREPARED, GETS BEST RESULTS EVAPORATORS Should be ordered now if you intend to tap the sugar place this year. Incubators, Cream Separators, Gasoline En gines, Saw Rigs, etc., always in stock. This is a good time to look your plow over and see if it will not be good judg ment to buy a new one. I have in stock the National, '76, Syracuse, Cambridge, John Deere and Eddy Sulky and Drag Plows. No such assortment has ever before been on sale in Barre. You can find here everything necessary to carry on a farm but money. ' - A. W. ALLEN, 5UNNYSIDE FARM. N, E. and People' a Line Telephones. Harlle Whltoomb ia authorized agent for Orange and surrounding town. I The Tlieatorium.'i Tootli Advanced Pictures. You will not be dissatisfied if you make a choice from our stock. Every Brush exchangeable for a new one if not satisfactory. , Guarding Powder Magzine Wilkins builds an Air Ship The Girl at the Old Mill E. A. DROWN. Prescription Druggist, 48 No. Main St.. Opp. Nat'I Da nit Mr. Geo. Harrington Will Sing "Your Just The Girl For Men admission; 5 CENTS Afternoons at 2. Ertainis at 7. V I IIUU I.IYIIIUUV U I I1 express otiivcry aieign, ngat easy runninz; carnage hirne.s, little iueJ, well trudei robe, dark colored, genuine timber woU; 2 Fairbnk$ U I UIlL I IA I UllLVl L I Ull Plat,orm standard scaiei, one set wita Da rest and one on wheels; one hr kiufe, best pattern make; heavy iron hws w;i;ht, cne nine- ' ' foot showcase, double thick German glasi; a!sa several ma!l show ca for pip:s, euni. cijars, tins, "slot' michinej, mjaer drawers. v.-. ... - - K-..iw- . i.. vi-i " fat, iiu iiii siuiic mjics, ijrpswrncr .aaie ana cnair, loiainr oed, new cak front; oz ana oox irucics, store ladacr, sliding Broom rack, cfceese bx. Itrga store ret ngerator. Baldwin's, 8 x IS ft.; moksses, vinegar and pork bbls , etc., all at prices much below value. L. M. Averill, Up One Flight, Averill Building, Over Batte Times Office. lectric Pocket Flash Lights A new lot just in. Prices 50c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Extra batteries for sala. C. W. AVER ILL & CO., Thone 439-3. - 81 North Main St., Darre, Vt