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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.. MONDAY. JUNE 3, 1912.
y Dresses New Lot Wash and House We can show you a pretty lot of Dresses in linen, poplin, repp, gingham and percale. New lot of White Waists, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.98. The latest in Neckwear, Collars and Cuff Sets in Ratina, Pique and Embroidered Sets, Lace Sets, Ruffling for col lars and cuffs. PERRY . CAMP. Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street, Barro, Vermont, THE MATCHLESS 1912 Caloric Fireless Cookstoves WITH Porcelain Enamel Lined Cooking Compartments (like a bath tub) The Modern Kitchen Marvel Hygenic Scientific Economic These are Exclusive Caloric Features You get bigger, better values in the Caloric than you ran possibly get elsewher. You get the benefit and results of years of careful study, expe- H rience and experiments in the art of tireless cooking The Caloric actually bakes and roasts, as well as steams, stews and boils its use is real economy it pays for itself in time, fuel, und relief from kitchen drudgery household necessity. Simple to operate cooks while you shop or sleep entertain or em- -' a1" uuiu i.. ... broider and cooks foods better and more nutritiously than is possible by ten days w are closing out a large con . fhr mPthorl. l! signment of art squares and rugs, bei ... ... . . . . . if d. eisewnere. You make no mistake, you taKe no chances when you buy a caloric. It is a pronounced and complete success, as is evidenced by the one hundred thousand in daily use in the homes of satisfied customers and friends. TALK OF THE TOWN New curtain scrims at Abbott's. Soecial Buv your long silk gloves this week at Vaughan's. O. t. Allen ot Llieixea was uinuug the business visitors in the city Sat urday. " . A. C. Comstoek of Williamstown wa among the business visitors in the city to-day. Mrs. S. Hollister Jakson underwent an operation at the City hospital this forenoon. Miss Kaun Barney and Miss Bernice Holmes returned last night from a short v it-it at Highgate. Daniel Keei'e of Foster street left last night for Waterbury, where he has se cured employment. N. Pellagi of the Pcllagi Granite com pany of Northfleld was a business vis itor in this city Saturday. Robert Kerr, who has been visiting in this citv for the past few days, re turned to 'Waterbury last night. Napoleon Baker left this noon for Bur lington, wkhere lie will remain for a few davs as the guest of relatives. Miss "Gladys Carroll of Keith avenue is spending a few days as the guest of Miss Edith Blanohard at Randolph. Miss Mary Crawford arrived in this city this morning from Colfax, la., and will make an indefinite visit in thii city. Charles Zanleoni, who has been spend ing the past few days at Boston on bus iness, returned to this city yesterday morning. Peter Desautels of Central street re turned to this city yesterday morning from a business trip to Bennington and Manchester. Mrs. O. G. Burnell of Pearl street left last night for Essex Junction, where she will spend a few days at the Homo of her parents. At City Auction Kooms ior me next We believe this Matchless 1912 Caloric is about the limit of improve- 4 !M K.AlnDa jinnlArir A Caloric 160-page cookbook with every Caloric oCokstove tireless cooKery. It teaches THE CALORIC Fireless Cooker is One of the Three Notice a recent writer in Century Magazine says: "The three great scientific, inven tions of the century are wireless teleg raphy, aviation and the fireless cook stove (not cooker)." The Caloric is the Only Fireless Cookstove in the World. We are sales agents B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers SEASONABLE, SENSIBLE SUITS for Summer Wear Made to fit, first, last and right along. One of the features that makes "Peck" garments fit perfectly over the chest curves is the self retaining front. The front of the coat is quilted on the inside, stayed with non-shrinkable tape and finely tailored with canvas and hair cloth, insuring permanent shape. Everything is done to make "Peck" clothes right, all of which means that you ean get Suit satisfaction here at any price from $1000 to $22 00. Other Suita $7 50, $8.50 and $10 OO. MISCELLANEOUS fsoft Negligee Shirts, SOc, $1.00 and $150. New Neckwear, new Hose, snappy Shoes and Oxfords, all prices, $2 25, $2 50, $3 00, $3 50 and $4 OO in tan or black, lace or button. Anything you need to complete your summer wardrobe can be found in our new and up-to-date stock. Give us a triaL F. E. CUTTS & COMPANY ! Telephone Call, 34-W 2 Corner Main and Pearl Sti. Next Door to Dreamland. I j An Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results. Ask Those That Have Bought "E-Z" Couch Hammocks They will tell you why it is the best Hammock to buy II J A new one is the Baby Junior Bed Hammock, 42 inches long, 18 inches wide, made on the same lines as the larger Hammocks, with double wind shield, hav ing nets which may be left up and windshield lowered. Keep the little ones out doors. Nothing mere benefi cial for their health, than pure air. We have the Hammocks and the Price G. N. KEHYON & CO.'S CASH BARGAIN STORE Clinton Millar of Beacon street, re turned to this city this morning from Boston, where he has been visiting for the past few days. John Casabella of High Holburn street, who has been visiting with relatives at Waterbury for the past few days, re turned to this city last night. Harold Towers returned to Water bury this morning, after (..pending the week-end in this city as the guest of Guy Andrews of Maple Grove street. Ronald McMillan of Thurston place, who has been employed at the I.anglois Bottling Works on Granite street for the past two months, completed his du ties there Saturday night. Don't forget your beans and brown bread on Saturday. Hot rolls and pas try a specialty. Picnic supplies filled to order. Orders delivered if desired. Mrs. Holt's Home Bakery. 'Phone 30rt-M. Ill South Main street. Whv labor these hot davs with brooms and carpet beaters when the "Duntley" vacuum sweeper meets all tnese trou blesome tasks of housework with a smile! It costs nothing to find out thee facts. Ask us. C. N.'Kenyon & Co. Leon Abbott completed his required work for the sophomore year at Mas sachusetts Institute of Technology at Boston last week and arrived in this city Saturday. He will spend his sum mer vacation at his home at Edgewood. Miss Norah Howe of South Main street is taking ft two week' vaca tion from her duties at the Vermont Telephone & Telegraph company's office. Miss Howe left this noon for Sher brooke, P. Q., where she will visit with relatives., Manager Adie of the Spaulding high school baseball team has two games ar ranged for this week. On Tuesday they fuce the Goddard seminary team on the seminary campus, and for opponents on Wednesday they have the Montpelier seminary "team, at Intercity park. I). Gordon Hunter of the New York ollice of the rresbrey-Coykendall com pany, who has been spending a few months in Barre, left yesterday for a few days at his home in Arlington, N. J., before locating at Hartford, Conn. Nicholas Veale has received word that his brother, Hugh Veale, died Saturday morning in Texas. Hugh Veale was a stonecutter and was a resident of Barre for a number of years, leaving here for the South about 11 years ago. Mr. Veale was 45 years of age. He came to this country from England in 1887 and to Barre in -1889. He is survived by a wife and four children. Notice! Pete M. Depatie, 112 North Main street, Bolster block, down stairs, is doing his usual first-class shoe and rubber repairing in all branches and with improved machinery and two workmen, he can do repairing while you wait, if wanted. Notice in his window the shoes 52 years old, made before the war of the rebellion, also other relics. Look for his sign and the silver boot when jou want your shoes repaired. Friends in this city will be interested to know that E. Jamieson, formerly of Barre, a nephew of Fred E. Cutts of Hill street, won the hundred yard dash in the Rhode Island interscholastic meet at Providence on Memorial day. Jame from a field of fifteen and the time was 10 2-5 seconds. He attends Hope street high school at Providence. He graduates this spring from high school and will enter Brown university next fall. pineapples! j FOR CANNING ! large, fancy ones, per doz-j ! en r.$1.50j A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT k CO. A. P. ABBOTT k CO. WE ARE SELL As Our Best Values, the Following I r 4- r TTmkr11oo HnP lri- nf Wnsh Hoods. One lot of Nemo T vylic 1UL ui ivaui vv luuiuaoi vnw v.. I Corsets. One lot of Ribbons. One lot of Corset Covers. One lot of Hand : Bags. One lot .of Handkerchiefs. One lot of btraw Matting Mm Cases. J I Black Cat Hose. Munsing Underwear. f Umbrellas This is a lot of Umbrellas made by our best makers. They are broken lots of their f 1.35 Umbrellas, now at 87c. Wash Goods One table full of yard-wide Per cale and Amoskeag Ginghams, no at 10c per yard. Nemo Corsets This is their vacation special sales, up to $4.00, now to sell at $2.00 per pair. These are for medium fig ures and come in all sizes. No more at this sale price after this lot. This is a Nemo Corset put out by them to get you acquainted with their Cor sets. We do not take the loss that is their proposition. Special Ribbon Values These Ribbons are not tht thin, flimsy quality. They are heavy enough and of that grade of silk that can be washed and look again like new. Corset Covers Here are ten dozen new Corset Cov ers, trimmed with lace and embroid ery. Good valueg at the price 25c each. Ladies' Hand Bags This lot has the patent protected clasp lock that makes it safe on the street from pickpockets. This bag has a very pretty frame. Is made of fine soft grain leather, with in side pocket, and sells for $125 each. Straw Matting Suit Cases . This new lot is a little the best at the price, $1.25, that we have ever had. These have covered, pro tected edges, the same as most $2.00 Cases. Hosiery and Underwear Buy just one pair of our Black Cat Seamless Hose with a shaped leg at 25c. One of our Munsing Union Suits will be enough to mow you that you have a better-made, better-fitting Suit. Ladies' and Junior Dresses We have just received a lot of Wash Dresses in ladies' and misses' junior sizes. These are at a popular price and in a style and make that is sure to appeal to you as the right thing at the right price. At $1.25 is a House Press made of a light blue striped gingham. Has plain round neck and is finished with plain colored gingham. At $200 is a plain blue Cham bray Gingham Dress. Is made V yoke of white allover muslin. Is piped with white pique. Is a very good value. At $1.25 is a Junior Dress made of a medium check percale. Is fin ished round neck, sleeves, and bot tom of skirt with plain blue per cale. Is piped with red. At $1.50 is a good value in Blue and White Percale Dress. Is made with white hamburg front. Is piped with plain blue. Has plain blue revers. At $2 00 is a plain Gingham Dress that is made sailor style, but waist part does not blouse. Is finished with white pique collar and tie. Junior sixes are 13, 15 and 17 years. Ladies' Longerie Waists Our Shirt Waist business has dou-. bled in the last few weeks; in fact, we have not been able to get deliv eries as fast as we wanted the gar ments. Nearly every express is bringing thin Wasita. We just received an other lot of Lingerie and Marquisette Waists in a variety of styles, both in the low neck and short sleeves, and the high necks. At 69c are a number of styles in White Waists, both in the low and high neck. Are an extra value. At $1.00 are a number of new Waists that are finished with lace and muslin edge. At $125 each are some very good Waist values we received by express this morning. Are made in the lat est cut. At $150 are three new values in a Muslin Waist. Is finished with lace insertion yoke and have short sleeve and round neck. At from $200 to $2 50 are a number of new values in Muslin and Marquisette Waists. Are same extra good values and are finished with a fine embroidered front, inlaid with lace insertion. : When you can buy a pair of Nemo Corsets for $2.00 it is making a solid investment. You are starting your corset ideas right. The Baylig' tore J : : : : I TALK OFTIIP: TOWN B. L. Davis of Randolph Is spending a few days in this city as the guest of friends. Frank Gee, who has been spending the past few days at the home of hi son, George Lee Gee of Cliff street, re turned to Vergennes this morning. Carlo Robbiani arrived this morning from New York, where be recently land ed from his home in Italy. Joseph Bushman, who has been spend ing a few days in this city, returned yesterday to Athol, Mass., where he is employed as brick mason on the new federal building, which is Wing erected there. TALK OF THE TOWN See Abbott's 10c ribbon. Robert Mackie of Spaulding street re turned to this city Saturday from a ten days business trip to Randolph and Bethel. The weekly dance held in the Howland ball Saturday night under the auspices of the Woodmen was attended by seventy-eight couples. Riley's orchestra of live piece furnished music for the dance. Howard Miles and Harold Morse, who have been visiting at their homes in this city for the past few days, re turned to Hanover, N. H., last night to resume their studies at Dartmouth college. Sale! 512 lbs. Rhubarb for.... 25c j Tomato Plants, per dozen, j ! only 65c ! Celery Plants, each 1c Ripe Tomatoes, 2 pounds ! for. 25c! Takahoma Biscuit, six for! I onlyr 25c I Fancy Cookies, 2 and 3j I pijunds for. ' 25cj S Ginger Snaps, 4 lbs.... 25c j j Large package of Sunshine J j Cream Lunch, each, 22c j IS SMITH & CUMINGS j j GOOD THINGS TO EAT J i . J Third Semi-Annual Stock Reduction Entire Week, June 3-8 Unfavorable weather conditions force me to reduce my stock earlier than usual. My low rent prices mean a large saving, and to further reduce my prices means real BARGAINS which cannot be duplicated even in the large cities, and loss to me. The summer weather has been long in coming and indicates a late fall; this means you will get the wear of a summer hat bought now. 125 TRIMMED HATS $2.50 to $3.50 Hats reduced to $1.98 3.50 to 4.50 Hats reduced to 2.98 4.50 to 6.00 Hats reduced to 3.98 6.00 to 8.00 Hats reduced to 4.98 These hats were made in my own workroom by experienced milliners and trimmed by Mrs. Patch, whose work has proved so satisfactory. If you cannot find just what you want already trimmed, I will make your hat to order and allow the same reduction as on the trimmed hats. This has never been done before at a sale, but I must reduce the stock of shapes and trimmings as well as the trimmed hats. Please shop early as possible LOOK FOR SALE SIGN IN DOOR MRS. NELSON-CHURCH 200 North Main Street (One flight Uj) Barre, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN Vacation sale of Nemo corsets, $2.00, at Abbott's. Sale this week, thin dresses, at The Vaughan Store. A chamber woman is wanted at the hotel Otis at once. Come in to the art square and rug sale and see what we have for you. City Auction Booms. The present season is a good time to secure artistic photographs of your resi dence and premises. Consult A. M. Troup at the Troup studios. Rowe Morrison, western representative foi the Harrison Granite Co., went to New York City last night for a short business trip before returning to his headquarters in Chicago, after making a short visit to his relatives in this city. TALK OF THE TOWN ; Smoke (Our Latest), 5c cigar, Lan ders. Lot of odd waists to close at 50c each at Vaughan's. Special showing commencement favor all this week. Henry W. Knight. A meeting of the Glenugie club will be held in the Woodmen hall Tuesday even ing, Juno 4, at 8 o'clock. 1 Specialty sales at City Auction Roomi in house furnishing goods, all new. Call and see. Money counts and you can save it when you see. ' Mis Kuth Huse of South Barre, who has been employed as stenographer for the past few months at A. W. Allen's repository for farming implements on South Main street, completed her duties there Saturday night. Flower Bed Guard Pfotect Your Flowers ... nvfAHi-v -v'jr.vvij - ii Mi. ft i From Dogs and Cats This fence is made especially for this purpose and will also help to beautify your lawn; made in two weights, 16 and 22 inches. We also carry Ribbon Fence 2 inches wide for putting around lawns. Come in and let us show it to you. THE N. D. PHELPS CO. Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont. GOOD VALUES 15c 20c 25c 30c im Bulk Manzanilla Olives, per pint - Bulk Queen Olives, per pint - Manzanilla Olives, in bulk, per pint Oueen Olives, lanre. stuffed with small peppers, Plain and stuffed Olives, in bottles, at 10c, 15c and 25c Sweet Spanish Peppers, in cans, each - - 10c Sunbeam Shrimp, per can, each - 10c Blue Label Tomato, solid pack, no waste, each, 15c Curtiss and Moore Fruit Syrup for punch, all flavors, 25c Welch's Grape Juice - pints,.25c; quarts, 45c Special price, by the case. Cliquot Club Ginger Ale, by the case - - $2.50 Pineapples are good now, two sizes, 10c and 12 l-2c Another lot of sixteen Oranges for ... 25c Fancy Seedless Grape Fruit, three for - - 25c Remember we have an assortment of Cake for every occasion, from plain Sponge, Ice, Cream, Angel, Creme de Menthe to Fruit Cakes and many others. Can you afford to bake, with Cream Bread three loaves for 25c? . - F. D. LADD COMPANY