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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VTM THURSDAY. APRIL 18. 1912.
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You Will Always Find Special Prices
Here on Saturday
An unusually good opportunity to buy Crash
9c per Yard
300 yards All-Linen Crash, the kind we usually sell at
I2c per. yard, bleached or unbleached, 18 inches wide,
either a red, blue, or plain border; an excellent quality.
You will make no mistake in buying this Crash on Saturday.
S Ik-finish Poplins, 21c per yard. White, cardinal, Copen
hagen blue, tan and black. Six pieces Mercerized Poplins
in the above shades. This is an absolutely fast color goods,
one of the most popular weaves. This is a chance for you
to buy under the regular price. Only six pieces at this
price 21c per yard.
It looks as though it might rain.
79c each. H2 is an Umbrella Bargain 79c each. This is a
lot of our regular $1.00 Umbrellas; 26 inch frame, a good quality cover
with a tape edge, horn and mission handles, trimmed with bands and edgings
of German silver. We have a limited number at this price.
PERRY (El CAMP.
Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street, Barre, Vermont.
TALK OF THE TOWN
for upraying
C. V. Averill
4 B a a a a Vtm clfl J
H Bj:i!ii:iWiitf'W-B-S
Lime-nulphiir solution
trt'fs, shrubs and bushes.
& Co.
Come here for that new suit or coat.
Only now spring models shown, lleury
W. Knight. .
Augustus Johnson loft last nipht for
Red Granite, Wis., where he has secured
employment.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Kipp of West-A
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If considering new Awnings or Porch Curtains send
for us. If considering having your old frames recov
ered send for us. We will take measurements and, if
desired, give you an estimate of cost. We are already
very busy in this department, so do not delay. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. We hang awnings.
Give That Baby Fresh Air
Your baby ought to be out of doors for
hours these spring days.
Let him drink in the pure, fresh, lung
building air. These hours will expand
into years on the end of his life.
Put him in one of these handy col
lapsible light-running go-carts. You can
wheel him anywhere with no incon
venience. They make it easy for you to
get about anywhere. Simple! Never
get out of order. LOW in price.
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B. W. Hooker & Co.
-UCCWSTO A6ISNT9 FfftS i
HOOSiER KITCHEN GAMIETS
Parlor Tables
Library Tables
. We have as fine a line of
these as was ever shown in
the city. In solid mahog
anay, mahogany finish, in
quartered oak and in plain
oak $2. 25 to $25. 00 each
Also we show the Cadillac Desk
Table in both soild mahogany and
quartered oak.
Agents for the Whitney
Reed Go-Carts, best made.
"Let Us Show You."
A. W. BADGER & CO.,
Furnishing Undertakers and Erabalmers
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Telephone 447-1 1
THE BEST OF AHBVL1NCE SERVICE
Morse Block
"It's Wonderful"
This is what everyone says that has seen this
"DUNTLEY" VACUUM CLEANER
With an Entirely New Principle.
A thorough Vacuum Cleaner, getting every particle of dust
from (he body, of the carpet and even from beneath the carpet.
May be easily handled by a child. Used like a carpet sweeper,
yet a most efficient Vacuum Cleaner. Takes no more room
than an ordinary carpet sweeper and weighs only 9 3-4 pounds
and
Only Cost $9.75
If you have not already seen this new invention, telephone
us and we will come to any house or office in the city and
demonstrate 'it. If you have just finished housecleaning, we
will come just the same and get more dirt for you.
Raises No Dust.
AVc want everyone that reads this ad. to give us the oppor
tunity to demonstrate this to them. Telephone at once.
C.N. KENYON & CO.'S
CASH BARGAIN STORE.
185-117 N.rth Main Strett. Tel. (344-M)
Bane. Vt
port.-N. Y., were among the visitors
the city yi-Htcrday.
Uvular meeting of Wlnnetta council,
No. 10. 1). of V., I. O. K. M., Thursday,
April 1H, nt 7:.'M p. m.
Mm. Alayiiard Npencer haa returned
home, after having spent several days
with friiuida in riainfield.
Morton lackey of Tonsillolith, N. II.,
nrrivi'U in the city last night and will be
employed here for a time.
Miss Margaret (iarret of Burlington
arrived in the city lnftt evening for a
few days' visit with friends.
Krnest Undorliill returned to Xorth
field yesterday, after spending a few
diivs with friends m this oity.
Henry J. Smith of Maple avenue in
able to be out of doors, after a several
davs' confinement by the grippe.
Kenzo Canto arrived in the city this
morning from New York, where he re
cently landed from Cenoa, Italy. .
Charles It. Mollis, who has been spend
ing several days in the city on business,
lett this morning tor his home in Lowell
Muss.
Miss Ornre Houelle returned yesterdrfy
morning to her home in St. Albans,
after spending a few dayg with relatives
In the citv.
Orders for spraving trees and shrub
bery against scale and for trimming
trees can be left at The Times othee,
P. II. O'Conner.
A. Caleagni of Center street, who has
been visiting with friends in Burlington
for the rwst few days, returned to this
city this morning.
William Hoyce, who has Wen visiting
with friends on Summer street for the
iast month, returned to his home at
lartford to-il;tv.
Komeo Mariotti of Summer street, who
has been spending several weeks with
his uncle in Los Angeles, Cal., returned
to Barre last night.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Karle Bingham, who
were recently married in Berkshire, are
passing several days with relatives in this
city and Williamstown.
M. Ooldtield of Ottawa, Ont., arrived
in the city this morning for a ten days'
visit at the home of his sister, Mrs.
David Sickle of Prospect street. j
Tlans made by a good architect help
to beautify our street and make the
housewife happy. Think it over. C. L.
Bugbee, room IS. Rowland building.
A sugar social will be held at the
vestrv of the L'niversalist church Thura
A. T. ABBOTT & CO. A. I ABBOTT & CO.
A. P. ABBOTT & CO.
A. P. ABBOTT & CO.
Big Showing of Spring Merchandise
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This means that we are putting before our trade not only a much larger but a far better line of goods than we
have ever had to show before. Prices are better, goods have a style that speaks newness. The following are some
of these new ideas. t
SILKS
This is a Silk season and the new
designs run te Foulards and soft
Messalines. ( They are beautiful and
in lustrous Silk. They are interest
ing our best trade.
We want to show you Silk Foulards
while the assortment is, new and
fresh. We want to .how your our
line of spolproof foulards at 87c per
yard.
Our counter of 49c S'lks will in
X terest any careful buyer. These Silki
J are all of therti good quality. The
price does not mean that these Silks
are jww quality. They are all right.
One lot of Jap Silks in large figures
for kimonos. These are very popular.
The price is 59c per yard.
DRESS GOODS
The leading cloth for Tailored Suits
and Separate Skirts is a Dressed Serge.
This conies in all wool at 50c, 59c,
75c, $1.00 and $1.25. Those at
75c, $100 and $125 are sponged
and shrunk and are spotless.
The best seller in pur stock is our
54-inch sponged and shrunk Serge in
garnet, black, brown, dark and light
navy, at $1.25. This cloth is so
wide that it takes but a small quan
tity to make a good full garment or
dress.
Serge with a fine white line in
navy, tan- and Copenhagen blue ac
91. 25 is new and very stylish for
suits and skirts.
We are selling yard-wide Lining Satin
to line the above goods at 87c per
yard. This is a warranted Satin.
IN OUR WINDOWS TODAY
are the following choice goods: Silk
Striped Voiles at 25c per yard.
White Embroidered Marquisette for.
graduation dresses, white embroid
ered edges and bands. Side-B'irdered
Muslins at 15c per yard. New Per
sian Ribbons, new Openwork Ratine
the latest fad new Ratine Belts,
and in the center of the window is
a tree of Children's Silk Straw Bon
nets. The window looks like spring,
and everything is like a full-blooming
rose. It looks spring-like.
' These remarks only call your at-'
( tention towards new kinds that you
should be looking for before they
have all been picked over.
In our other window are Spring
Suit suggestions that you may want
to be shown and told about. These
are only an idea of what you may
see in our Suit Department.
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
Our lines of Black Cat Hosiery and
Munsing Underwear are now in stock.
These lines bring us each year added
business trade that knows a good
value and then stay and see it im
prove. There is no Hosiery on the
market that bus improved so fast
as Black Cat. It was good last yean
it is lots better this year, and it will
be better next. That is the spirit
of Black Cat Hosiery.
Black Cat Comfit Hosiery is pat- T
jSo other Hose like it, and
ented.
there won't be. It is a Hose with
out the seam in the bottom -of the
foot and has a shaped, full-fashioned
leg.
Munsing Underwear, especially in
Union Suits, has a fit of its own.
It has a patent seam that others
do not have that makes it wear
and feel as though made to wear. -
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Saturday we will have on sale goods that were damaged in our flooded basement. There is not a whole lot,
$ what we have will be sold to close all of on that day. Several pairs of Blankets and several best grade Trunks.
ayli&'lht Store
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TALK OF TILE TOWN
day evening, April IK, the last one of
the season. Public cordially invited.
I.orena Isanto, who sailed two weeks
ago from Genoa, Italy, on the Hamburg
American line ship Cincinnati, arrived in
the city this morning from New lork.
Notice! Regular meeting Barre pol
ishers' branch, O. C. I. A., will be held
in their hall, Nichols block, Thursday,
April JS, at 7 o'clock. George Murray,
see. pro tern.
Angelo Bianchi and Klso I.olombe ar
rived in the cily this morning from New
York, where they recently landed, after
spending the winter at their former
home in Italy.
A meeting of the South-End Football
club will be held in Quoit ing club pavil
ion on i-rnlay evening, April IB, at 7
o'clock. All members are requested to
lie present. William F. Walker, presi
dent. Buy your auto oils from the NT. 1).
Phelps Co. We can give you oils that
are right for the various styles of car.
We are carload buyers and make the
prices right.
W. A. MeCormick of Buffalo, X. Y.,
who has been spending a few days in this
city on business, left yesterday for Bur
lington, where he will remain a few days
before returning to his home.
Batti.ta Caverjai arrived in the city
this morning, after having recently land
ed in Xew York from the Hamburg-
American line steamship North America.
Mr. Caverjai passed the winter at his
former home in Italy.
Rev. Frances Kimball, who has been
visiting her former parishioners in Rich
mond, was In the city yesterday on
her way to Williamstown. Rev. Mrs,
Kimball will leave Williamstown shortly
for Marlboro, N. H., where sha will make
her home with her brother.
At the regular meeting of the Barre
Socialist local, held at the headquarters
in the Seanipinl building lust night, it
was unanimously decided to place a So
cialist candidate in the field for repre
sentative to the state legislature this
fall.
Carl D. Waterman of Washington
street returned home last night, after
passing several days in Burlington ' as
the guest of his brother, Paul W. Water
man, a student at the university of Vermont.
Seventeen and one-half inch hamburg
for 10c ier yard at Fitts .
Ross' Depot square barber shop will
supply your Unisonal needs.
C. H. Tilden was a Imsinesi visitor in
Northfield yesterday and to-day.
Save time and labor oy using uust-
bane. Sold bv your grocer and at the
N. D. Phelps Co.
J. A. Hunter returned yesterday to St.
Johnsbury, after spending several days
in the city on business.
Fred M. Ktmpton of Northfield is
spending several days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Tilden of Proa
pert street.
The Y. P. C. U. of the Universalis
church will give a sugar social in the
vestry of the church Thursday evening,
at the small cost of 10 cents.
TALK OF THE TOWX
Frank Gregory left Tuesday on a busi
ness trip to Boston.
Bring a sea bath to your own home
for lac. Davis' drug store.
Would like to buy too head of cattle
to turn out. H. .T. Smith, City market.
Sixty-one thousand, nine hundred
pounds of Dustbane sold by the N. D.
Phelps Co.
County Game Warden Joseph A. Cha
pin has returned to Middlesex, after
passing a few days in Barre and vicinity
on business.
All Democrats who favor the candi
dacy of James E. Burke of West Rut
land for national committeeman are in
vited to attend a meeting in the inter
ests of his candidacy, which will be held
in the city court room next Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.' ,
TALK OF THE TOWX
Miss Kate McCardie, who lias been
visiting with relatives at Worcester for
the past week, returned to this city last
night.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. G. Hoyt returned this
morning to their home in Essex Junction,
after passing a few days with friends
in the city.
C. E. Soule, superintendent of the
Central Vermont railroad, returned to
St. Albans yesterday, after a few days'
visit in this city on business.
Thomas Wobby returned yesterday to
his home in Whitefield, X. H., after pass
ing several days in the city as the guest
of Louis Williams of Prospect street.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Lime-sulphur solution for spraying
trees, shrubs and bushes. C. W. Averill
& Co.
James E. Ashmond of Rochester was
among the business visitors in the city
yestfTday.
Automobile oils, suitable for the dif
ferent st vies and makes of cars, at the
X. D. Phelps Co.
Guy Hall of Xorth Adams, Mass., was
in the city yesterday on business, leav
ing in the afternoon for Burlington.
Edward Sickle of Prospect street was
able to be out of doors yesterday, after
having been confined to the house by
illness for the past two weeks.
MADAM! IF YOU DON'T FEEL RIGHT
TAKE DELICIOUS "SYRUP OF FIGS,"
Waste-clogged bowels, torpid liver and decaying food in stom-
, ach cause the sick headache, gas, backache, sal
lowness, biliousness and indigestion.
Hair Falling? Go To Your Doctor
Hair falling out? Troubled with dandruff? Want more hair? An elegant dressing?
Auni'c Hire Jirtif i Sulphur. Glycerin. Qulnln. Sodium Chlorid.
ttyerS liair Vigor Icawicum. Sae. Alcohol. Water. Perfume.
We believe doctors endorse this, or we would not put it up.
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
J. C. Aror Compnr. Lowell, Mftas.
All women get bilious, headachy and
constipated simply becaus they don't
exercise enough. They don't eat coarse
food, or enough fruit and green vegeta
bles. Those are nature's ways of keep
ing the liver and thirty feet of bowels
active; but very few women employ
tl.em. The next'best way is delightful,
fruity iSyrup of Figs.
Xearly all ills of women can be over
come with ?yrup of Figs alone. Therv
is no need to have sick headache, back
ache, dizziness, stomach sour and full oi
gases, bilious spells, sallowness, coated
tongue, bad breath, bad complexion,
nervousness and depression. The surest
and safest remedy is one or two tea
spoonfuls of delicious Syrup of Figs.
Try this to-night you'll feel splendid in I label.
the morning when the sour bile, clogged
up waste and poisonous matter have
been gently but thoroughly moved ou
and out of 'your system, without nausea,
griping or weakness. Your head will be
clear, complexion rosy, breath sweet,
stomach regulated; no more constipa
tion, g.tses, pains and aches.
It is simply a matter of keeping your
stomach, liver and bowels clean and reg
ular. Then you will always b well
always look and feel your best
But get the genuine the old reliable.
Ask your druggist for "Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna." Refuse, with con
tempt, the so-called Fig Syrups .some-i
times substituted to fool you. The trup, '
genuine, bears the name California Fig
Syrup Company; look: lor tins on tne
We Will
This Week
I Offer
! you, to open the spring season j
; on Lobsters, a price which i3 !
j low, considering the time of!
year. !
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I Chicken Halibut, per lb. i
20c !
Blue Fish, per lb.
Salmon, per lb 25c!
Vlmiru1rri nor lh in,. I
! Hock CoJ, per lb., 10c and 12c j
! Shore Nadd, lb., 10c and 12c j
Herrings, each 5c I
I Finnan lladdie, per lb 12ej
I Shad, one-half 25c j
Whole Fish 45e?
J Clams, per pint 18c
! Clams, per peck 50c!
Oysters, per pint
.20c!
! Lobsters, boiled or alive, I
l 25c to 28c I
I
! Please send your orders early
and state how you wish them
put up.
SMITH & CUMINGS!
! GOOD THINGS TO EAT
A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY
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CONSTANTLY CHANGING
SCENES
Many new hats are added daily, making a
beautiful show with ever-shifting scenes.
All pattern and tailored are made in my
own workroom by experienced milliners.
To purchase a hat or to confide an order
is to become a regular customer.
NEW MILLINERY
All shop worn, out of date or DAMAGED
millinery was donated at the beginning of
the season to I he Baptist Missions and all
millinery now shown is NEW, correct and of
. the best qualities.
EXPENSE DETERMINES THE SELLING PRICE
ELVA
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CO-EB
Spring' Styles
have just arrived.
The latest styles in Pumps, Colo
nials and Ties in all leathers are now
awaiting your inspection.
Prices, from $2.00 to $3.50.
If you are looking for an 18-but-ton
Tan Boot see ours at $3.00.
The Barre iShoe Co
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Mrs. Nelson-Church
CORRECT MILLINERY
200 North Main St. Barre, Vermont
GOOD VALUES
Don't get the idea that we don't want your orders for
delivery. We do want them, and a lot of them. We can give
you quicker delivery and much better prices than under the old
system. We give you the benefit of the expense of taking
orders.
If you wish to take the goods with you, we give you a 5
per cent, discount in addition to the rebate checks.
Potatoes, per peck, - - - 40c
Can you afford to pay 40c to 60c more per bushel to have
a man call for the order?
Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen , . . . 25c
Can you afford to pay 3 to 5c per dozen more to have an ,
order man call?
Rice's, Hawkins' or Lyman's Seeds, 5c packages 3c
10c packages 7c
Yellow Eye or Pea Beans, full weight quart (not liquid
. measure), per quart 10c
That fancy tall Red Salmon at 18c
(Is less than the wholesale price to-day.)
Bakery Department.
Our Bakery Department i3 the most complete and up-to-date
in the state. You get real value here.
Figure 8 per cent, off these prices and you will see why it
pays to trade here.
F. D. LADD COMPANY

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