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THE B ARTIE DAILY TIMES, BAKRE, VTM TUESDAY. MAY li. 1912.
5 Tuff Hose Special features Ravel Stop Hose 1st A tear is confined to the welt of the stocking. 2nd The narrow spliced heel prevents wear and is not unsightly. 3rd The double garter top. 4th The linen spliced heel and toe. The extra light reinforced toe. These Hose are absolutely fast and stainless. We want you to try this Tuff Hose at 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c pair. PERRY . CAMP. Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street, Barre, Vermont. Large Size Sale Rug l i r nn i i g commences 10-aay ana vuiuiuucs Thmncrh this Week ! t- ' Greatest retail show in Vermont of large size jugs of American production and at prices that should interest anyone in need of a carpet size rug. And this sale fol- !! lowing notices by the manufacturers of an advance in price for the fall should prove all the more interesting, as later you will pay more money for your rugs. It has been the policy of this House not to carry large rugs over from one season to another if price will move them. As the season is pretty well advanced and we having a a larger stock than usual at this time of year must reduce. Note the following sizes and prices: $37.50 Royal Wilton, 8.3x10.6 $3150 47.50 Kimler Axminster, very heavy, 0x12 . . ; 39 00 37.50 Trewan Royal Wilton, two patterns, Pxl2 31.50 30.00 Seamless Wilton, 0x12 24 50 14.00 Scotch Brussels, 3 patterns, 0x12 lO OO 18.00 Seamless Roxbury Brussells, 0x12 15 OO 28.00 Heavy Axminster, 8 patterns, 0x12 21 50 15.00 Roxbury Brussells, 2 patterns, 8.3x10.6 1250 30.00 Five Frame Body Brussels, 3 patterns, 9x12 . 2150 14.00 Velvets, 3 patterns, 9x12 ' 1150 28.00 Best Axminster, Oriental pattern, 0x12 20-00 30.00 American Oriental, 9x12 16 50 15.00 Seamless Tapestries, 0x12 12 OO 27.50 Best Body Brussels, 8.3x10.6 - 22.0O 21.. "ifl Avminsfpp. floral naftornn. 0vl3 28.00 Roxbury Axminster, 0x12 L 21.00 jl These are only a few Fifty Rugs in all large car pet size Rugs to be sold out this week. I B. W. Hooker & Go. THIRD SEMI-ANNUAL MID -SEASON SAL ENTIRE WEEK MAY 1318 All 12.50 and $3.00 Hats $1.98 All $3.50 and $4.00 Hats $2.98 All $4.50 and $5.00 Hats $3.98 All $5.50 and $6.00 Hats $4.48 Every correct style represented Nearly 100 trimmed Hats, the largest sale ever held at this store and the greatest values; Mrs. Nelson-Church CORRECT MILLINERY 200 North Main St. One flight Up Barre, Vermont NEW DINNER WAR We have recently stocked a new pattern in Porcelain Din ner Ware. This is a stock pattern, which enables you to buy in separate pieces. This has a pure white body with a bold band, with a fine black border line. The style and shapes of the dishes are the best we have ever shown, and this is sure to be a seller. In stocking up your china closets after housecleaning, start in on this new Dinner Ware. You will be more than pleased at the selection, and better still with the price. See This Displayed. v Our Easy Buying Plan Will Start You Right. C. N. KENYON & CO.'S CASH BARGAIN STORE. 185-117 Nrth Main Street Tel. (346-M) Barre. Vt TALK OF THE TOWN Auction sale to-night. La France display ut Pitts', Board of Trade day Thursday. Black Cat Comfit hose at Abbott'. Fifty-cent silks this week at 29c per yard at Vatighan's. . For that tired feeling, a cool refresh ing' drink. Barre Drug Co. Vhen buying laces for that graduation dress, remember Perry's store can suit you. . B. L. Walker returned to Springfield, Mass., last night, after spending a few days In this city on. business. Miss Elizabeth'Bubeoek of White Riv er Junction arrived in the city to-day for a week' visit with friends. We are distributors of Valvoline oil for this section. Would be pleased to quote prices. The Drown. Motor Co. Miss May wood Robertson went to Bur lington this morning to attend a ban quet and ball given there to-night. Mrs. K. M. Eastman of Currier street left this morning for Sharon, where she will remain for a few days with relatives. Mrs. Frank C. Turner of Hill street left yesterday afternoon forMorrisvilli, where she will spend a few days with relatives. Etlo Prestini of Short street, who has been visiting with friends at PlainfieUl for the past few days, returned to this city yerterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nourse anil lit tle child returned to Worcester yester day afternoon, after spending the day with relatives in tins city. Edward Carroll of North Main street, who has been visiting with friends at Waterbury for the past few days, re turned to this city last night. Mrs. Peter Laxson of Orange street, who was called to Danville, P. Q.. a few weeks ago by the illness of her fa ther, returned to this city to-day. Plans 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. E. Campbell and party went to Hyde Park yesterday to attend the fu neral of Mrs. Irving Lillie, and not Wil ley, as stated in yesterday's Times. Mrs. William Hoiirv of Willianistown was a visitor in this city yesterday, leav ing at noon for Boston, where she will visit with relatives for about two weeks. The first game of the serip of base ball games between Fpaulding high school and Montpelier seminary will be played this afternoon at Intercity park. Mrs. L. A. Luther, who has been visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bradford, for the past two months, left for her home in Brooklyn, N. Y., to day. Mrs. Harry Shorey, who has been vis iting relatives in Barre and South Barre for the past few days, returned yes terday afternoon to her home in Waits field. Mrs. Ella Wheedon and two daughters, who have been visiting relatives on Avers street for two weeks, left yes terday afternoon for her home in Lyn donviile. The Blue Sox baseball team of this city will line up against the (iraniteville town team this afternoon at Uranitc ville. Louis Hoar and Philips will lie in the points for the Barre team. Misses Edith Collins and Bessie Breg stein, who have been viisting as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Antoine Burke of Summer street for the past few days, returned to their homes at Burlinirton yesterday. Charles M. .Bradford has finished work with the lorry, Ueavitt trust com pany, Montpelier, and left last night for WaUa Walla, Y ashington, w here he has accepted a position w ith the Pacific Pow er & Lighting company. The All Stars defeated the West Hills by the score of 12 to 7 in a well-played game at the All Stars field yesterday. The batteries for the winning team were A. Bottigi and E. tomolli; for the los ing team, O. Monte and E. Cattanio. Our stock is continually increasing, taking on new lines every day. Our sales have been larger the past week than any week since we opened our new store. A full house at our auction sales, wha'h speaks for itself. City Auction Rooms, lis Main street, Is the place to buy all kinds of furniture. The Roger Walk-Over Boot shop of Harre has filed articles of association with the secretary of state, being formed to purchase real estate and sell at whole. sale and retail, shoes, boots, rubbers and whatever is used in connection there with. The capital stock is 5,000, divid ed into 50 shares of $100 each, with F. H. Rogers, L. P. Clough and Ola J. Rog ers ot this city as signers, 'iusinei mav be carried on in other places in the state, according to the articles tiled. The soloist in "David, the Shepherd Boy." which is to be given at the First Baptist church Wednesday evening of this week, are: Abigail, Miss Pink'O Lewis; attendants Mrs. (ilenn Perrv, Miss Henrietta Inglis, Miss Bernice Holmes. Miss Dorothy Inglis; Michal. Miss Glee Wood; David, Fred Inirlis; Jesse, Rev. Oeorge Holt; Saul. Bernard Lewis; Samuel, Archie Watt; Abner, el der and messenger, Earl Lewis; men of war. Marl Perry, Wallace Watt, Douglas ingiis. The Italian Pleasure club will be rep resented this year by a baseball team. Practice will begin at once in prepara tion for the firnt game, which will be played at Waterbury Decoration day against the town team of that place. In the lineup are found many baseball players worthy of mention. The other games of their schedule will consist of games with the Montpelier Athletic club, the Italian Independent club of this citv and other amateur organizations in this city. Regular meeting of the Vincitia lodge, N'o. 10, Knights of Pythias, on Tuesday evening at S o'clock. Work, rank of esquire. Visiting broth ers welcome. I A. P. ABBOTT & GO. I At X A. I ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT 4c CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. the M ' a BIT J3.iL EL of the eason i eig. We arc now at the height of the ready-to-wear season. Every one who is interested in Suits or i Coats should plan to make their selections as soon as possible, as from now on all garment people, are reducing their spring stock preparatory to summer business. While we now have a full stock $ I of Suits and Coats on hand we are beginning to reduce our stock and all odd garments will be closed out as soon as possible. This is your chance to get some good suit values. These are gar- ments that cannot be duplicated. We arc putting these out at less price rather than buy more 1 of the cheaper suits. i Ladies' and Misses Odd Coats We have gone through our Coat stock and picked out all odd Coats and put them on a separate rack to close out at a greatly reduced price. Here are Coats that sold' at from $10.00 to $18.00. We are to give you your choice at one-fourth off from the regular price. In this clean-up lot of CCats are a few Children's Coats, sines 10, 12 and 14 years, at one-fourth to one-third off from the regular price to close. TIre are also a few Junior Coats in 15 and 17-year sizes. These at the same reduction. We have a lot of Children's Coats in sizes from 3 to 6 years that we have only one or two of a kind left, that we are making a good reduction ou to clean up. There are a num ber of styles that sold at J.00 to chan up at $308. If your size ia here, you cannot afford to let those values pass. Some of Our New Values We have an extra good value in a lot of Muslin Waists. Here are five styles of Waists in all sizes, are a special lot of Waists we are putting out as a leader at 87c each. These are in both high and low neck and short sleeves. If you want a good Waist at the price, see these values. Only 87c Every lady now begins to think of Wash Petticoats. We have just received a large invoice of Wash Pet ticoat in the white seersucker, and the plain-striped seersucker gingham. The White Seersucker Petticoat at 81. OO i a very good value. Will wash very eftsily and dots not re quire ironing. At 50c are some values in the Gingham Petticoat in a blue and white striped gingham. At $1.25 is a Petticoat that is made of a blue and white striped gingham. Is the best quality of heavy-cord gingham. Has a deep ruffle, will wash and not fade. See cur C'loso-fit Petticoat in black percaline and hatherbloom at from 1.0O to $2 00. Best Corset Values These are Corsets that you cannot duplicate in other shops Corsets that are made right, at small prices. One lot of French-gored Corsets, good lengths, made of French coutile, four hose supporters, trimmed with mercerized embroidery, and have a drawstring at the tip. This is a won der for the price, 49c per pair. R. & G. Corsets. These are the only steam-moulded Corsets on tho market, and their popular price is fl.OO. R. & G. Corsets come in all lengths. Our 94 is extremely long, takes a 24 inch stock box. This is a very big seller at the price, $1.00, it is a leader. For those that use a tnedium length Corset, our No. 70 is our most popular seller. This Corset made of coutile with best boning. At the price, $1.00, is our dollar special. Nemo Corsets at $3 OO are far better than any $5.00 Imported mod els. These Corsets are making their own sales. Users recommend them. We have a good assortment of medium-priced Trunks that we closed out quite a bit under prioe; yes, .25 per cent, unuer price, uooa trades 4 for you. We only want one profit the other goes to the customer on J these Trunks. 4 : : Wc arc going to talk Black Cat Comfit Hose until every lady in Barre knows what they arc like. They arc pat- ented. You cannot get the style in other hose. They have no seams in the foot; at the same time they have a full fashioned shaped leg. Once you wear them no other will do. X New Bags and Suit Cases These are from the best people in the business, manufacturer that are all the time making improvements, so that this lot is better than anv T that we have ever bad. T One lot of fiber matting Bags in J two different sizes. Thee have a fitted folding end and are far beV X ter than anything of the kind on i the market. We are selling them as a special at 98c each. Worth $1.25. T Straw Matting Suit Cases in three different sizes. Well made with pro- tectcd edges, the same as $2.00 case, T . . - 1 . at, ip&-mii caiu. We have a new design in a Straw Matting Suit Case that has an in side box for a shirt waist. These are sure to be appreciated. ! Tlie Daylight if tore ' ' TALK OF THE TOWN Five-dollar mesh bags to close at $2.98 at Fitts'. Ask for samples of the new poplins at Vatighan's. Auction sale this evening. City Auc tion Rooms, O. H. Hale, auctioneer. Mrs. Fred Larrafan of .Springfield ar rived in the city last evening for a few days' visit with relatives. Karl Washburn, who has Wen spend ing several daya with friends in the city, left yesterdav afternoon for his home in Manchester, u P. If, Cutler of Jefferson street is able to resume hi duties at the tastern t tate Tea tore, after a few days' ab sence on account of illness. James Hayes and Robert Murphy went yesterday afternoon to Marslifleld, where they will pass a few days in camp at C. H. Barton's summer shack on Nigger head pond. Tool sharpeners, notice! Regular meeting of tool sharpeners' union, So, 2, J. C I. A., will be held in Nichols' block Wednesday evening, May 15, at 7 o'clock. James Mutch, secretary. A large lot of new goods "t City Auc tion Rooms, No. 118 Main street, which will attract cash buyera. Call and see the new pedestal tables, kitchen tables, center tables, and get prices. It will pay you to examine. A number of local Knights of Colum bus went this' morning to Montpelier to attend the opening exercises of the state conclave of knights. Among the Barre knights who will be present are Rev. Fr. P. M. McKenna and Rev. A. C. Griffin. It is expected that a large representa tion from Barre council, No. 401, will attend the dance held in connection with the convention this evening. A party of some forty young people of this city held an informal dance and whist competition in the Woodmen' hall last evening. Riley's orchestra was pres ent and furnished mUsie for a dance or der of fifteen numbers. Several hajids of whist were played by those who pre ferred cards to dancing. Delicious re freshments of ice cream and cake were served at intermission. Mr. and Mrs. William Nicol of Wet Patterson street left this morning for Boston, where they will spend a few weeks with relatives. Later they will go to Vancouver, B. C, where Mr. Ni col will be engaged in the real estate business. An item in yesterday's paper stated that Mr. Nicol'a house on West Patterson street was sold for a smaller amount than the property really brought at auction. The figures should have been $2,410. TALK OF THE TOWN" Good place to buy your garments at Vaughan's. We serve sixty-five different college ices. Barre Drug Co. C. H. Holtz of Baltimore, Md., was among the business visitors in the city yestarday. Deputy Sheriff A. M. Morrison left this morning for Bradford, where he will remain for a few days on business. .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffin returned this morning to their home in Willi ton, after spending a week with friends in the city. Miss Flossie Proulx returned this morning to her home in Burlington, after vistting for a few days with friends on Brook street. The City Auction Rooms is the place to buy new iron beds, springs and mat tresses for cash. You can save money in looking at our stock. Continually chang ing all the time. Miss Florence Goneyo, who has been spending two weeks with relatives in the city, left on the Green Mountain express" last night for her home in WoodsvilK X. H. Rev. Virgil Johnso nof Springfield, Mas., arrived in the city this forenoon, leaving at noon for East Barre, where he delivered an address before the Wash ington County Christian Endeavor meet ing. William G. Bradbury of Boston, who has been spending a few days with fiiends in the city, went yesterday to hia home in Washington, where he will visit for a week before returning to Boston. Edward Sickle of Prospect street re turned to Barre last night, after spend ing two days with relatives in Mont real. His mother, Mrs. D. Sickle, and two children left Montreal for Denver, Col., Sunday night, to remain several months. A meeting of all citizens interested is to be held in the city courtroom Wednes day evening at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of taking some pulihc recognition of tne departure of Principal O. D. Mathewson from our public schools, after 22 years' .service. All persons interested are in vited to be present at this meeting. A number of local clergymen were in Montpelier yesterday to attend the meet ing of the Ministers' Monday club. Rev. E. F. Newell of the Iledding Methodist church led in devotions and Rjv. George 11. Jioit, pastor ot tne first napust church, read a paper at the morning session. Other Barre ministers present were Rev. J. W. Barnett and Rev. John Bjork. The meeting was the last club gathering of the season. TALK OF THE TOWN In Days of Prosperity Ten-cent figured muslins, 5e yard, at Vaughan's. Miss Lena May Andrews of Berlin was among the victors in the city to-day. Philip A. Hall of Maklen, Mass., was among the business visitors in the city to-day. I Arthur H. Wilmot of New Haven, j Conn., arrived in the city to-day for a j few days' business visit. j Mrs. Wallace Patch, who has been vis- it'.ng friends in the city for a few days, returned this noon to her home in St. Jmlmsbury. Mrs. John MoReley, who has been pass ing a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Willey of Maple Grove, re. turned yesterday afternoon to her home in Northfield. Tentative plans for a pretentious ban quet and dance are expected to come to a head this evening, when members of the retail clerks' association will meet in the K. T. hall at 0:1.5 o'clock to dis ciss the matter and reach a definite decision. Miss Beulah Bates of Bennington, state secretary of the Christian Fndeav or society, was in this city this fore noon on her way to East Barre, where Bhe attended the county convention of the society. The annual reunion of Spanish-American war veterans will be held at Cale donia park on Thursday, the 16th. All Spanish-American men, whether regu lars or volunteers, are cordially invited. Sports commence at 10:00 a. m. prepare for the days of it is wise to necessity. No oetter way than by our endowments. Rates quoted on request.. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence' building, Montpelier, Vt. i NATIVE 1 i ASPARAGUS j I Wc have contracted for J fresh cut Native Asparagus I to be delivered at our store I fresh every morning Try jit, it's 20c for large Jsize bunches, j Boston Asparagus, J bunch, 15c. I I full per S SMITH & CUMINGS uuuu 'I run 05 iu bat I r Fire Insurance You may be next. Don't wait and be sorry. Insure now and be safe. Rates on Dwellings and Household Furniture in Dwellings in Residential Districts: $500, five years - $4.75 $1000, five years, $7.50 ore will Ballard , Strong Companies Money Sure Payment Prompt. Id 21 colon anS tutUuoc hum cellar to i arret 1 Nothing seems to become marred quite so easily as the finish on the refrigerator. And there really isn't any good reason why it shouldn't tnnrhrd un with TAP-A- lAr-earh vear. the cost is slight and you will enjoy doing the work. Get a can to-day at our Paint Department. You can use any one of a number of beautiful colors, and there are hundreds of uses for each color. OAK, DARK OAK, WALNUT, MAHOGANY, CHERRY, MALACHITE GREEN, 0X-BL00D RED, ENAMEL GREEN, ENAMEL RED, BRILLIANT BLACK, DEAD BLACK, NATURAL, GLOSS WHITE, FLAT WHITE, GROUND, BLUE, GOLD, AND ALUMINUM. ALL SIZES FROM 20c to $3.00. AT OUR PAINT DEPARTMENT. REYNOLDS & SON HARDWARE, QUARRY AND MILL SUPPLIES, BARRE, VERMONT. GOOD VALUES 10c 10c Pearl Pickled Onions, ifi bottles, each, Boston Picallilli, large bottles, each, Pure Catsup, in convenient size for home and pic nic, each, - - - - - -10 Red Lily Cocktail Catsup, to close the brand, 17c Monadnock Catsup, this lot, - - - - 17c Robertson's Black Currant Jam, 25c package in stone jars, made in Paesley. Scotland, our price, 20c Robertson's Orange Marmalade, in stone jars, - 20c Robertson's Orange, Lemon, Damson and Red Currant pure Jelly in glass tumblers, each, 12 1-2c 3 cans fancy Maine Corn for - - - - 25c Red Letter Pears, largd can, - - - - 15c Compass Brand Pears, per can, . - - 10c Armour's Baked Pork and Beans, lal els slightly soiled, contents guaranteed, to close up the lot, 10c size for 5c; 15c size for - - - 10c Evaporated Cranberries, quickly and easily pre pared, with all the natural flavor retained, per package, 9c; 3 packages for -Potatoes, dry and mealy, per peck, -Strictly fresh Eggs, per dozen. Fresh picked juicy Rhubarb, per pound, Ralston's Wheat Breakfast Food in a new and con venient package, each, - - Remember these prices are subject to a 5 per special discount if goods are paid for and taken from our store. All rebate checks on purchases that you pay the livery clerk for, arc marked and ready for you at store. Ask for them. 25c 35c 23c 06c 10c cent de-the F. D. LADD COMPANY J