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THE BARRE DAILY 1 -TIMES. BARRE, VT.. SATURDAY. JULY G. 1912.
S HOT WEATHER BARGAINS Muslin Dresses, at...... $2.50, 3, 3.50 and 4.50 White Lingerie Dresses, at ; ..$1.98 and 3.50 Gingham Wash Dresses, at $2.75 and 3.00 House Dresses, at.. .......'...$., 1.25, 1.50 and 1.98 Ladies' and children's Gauze Hose, pair, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c Ladies' and children's Vests and Pants, all the latest styles, at........ ...10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c Neckwear we want you to see this line of Neckwear, collar and cuff fets, Dutch collars in lace, pique, embroider '' ed, ratine, ruffling. PERRY Telephone 258-W. CAMP, v 75 Main Street, Barre, Vermont. The White is King ! SOMETIME- If not now, you will want a high-grade sewing machine one on which you can depend for doing the very best work and more of it with less labor THE WHITE TALK OF THE TOWN 33 years' experience along the one line mak ing machines for family sewing has enabled the White people to produce a machine that will please and satisfy you in every way. OF COURSE there are other good machines to be had -it would be foolishness to sar otherwise; and yet we have no hesitancy in offering you the WHITE FAMILY ROTARY as the machine that will more closely meet your sewing requirements give you more and better service than any other on the market. 381 They make both Vibrating and Riary Shuttle Machines. , Before buying a machine it will pay you to get our prices and terms. Fans tape measures and thim bles for the ladies and rulers for the children for the asking. B. W. Hooker &. Co. H Vermont's Largest House Furnishers. Saturday Sale of White and White Enamel Ware 2- quart Pudding Pan 3- quart Pudding Pan 4- quart Pudding Pan i-quari vvasn rasm -12-quart Wash Basin - - -13K-quart Wash Basin These are all perfect goocls No seconds Sale at one o'clock Saturday See the Window REYNOLDS & SON HARDWARE, QUARRY AND MILL SUPPLIES, BARRE, VERMONT. SATURDAY . SATURDAY Cut Prices on Hammocks Owing to our Urge stock of Hammocks on hand and wishing to give the publia an opportunity to purchase seasonable goods at greatly reduced prices, we shall offer our entire line of woven Swing Hammocks Saturday, July 6th, at 25 Per Cent Discount Just at this time of the year and the prevailing hot weather we are now having, this SPECIAL OFFER should induce everyone to secure a Hammock at this time. This Doc Not Include Couch Hammocks Come early, as this will be a record sale. Everyone will be eager to buy at these prices. C, N. KENYON & GO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE Cut rjriees on oxfords at Tilden's, Sale of house dresses Saturday at The autrhan Store. Biir sals all dav Saturday at The Vaiurhan Store. Ten per cent, discount on working shoes at Tililen s. If you want to keep cool, get one of those thin dresses at Abbott s. C. A. falderwood lias returned to St, Johnsbury, after passing a few day with liia son in this city. Another lot of those popular $5.0ft collapsible gocarts, also the baby walk ers, just received at Hooker's. To know just what we offer for Sat urday special, look on page 5 and read our adv. . N. Kenvon & Co. Mrs. Alanson Spry returned yesterday to her home in Ancrusta. .Me., alter week's visit in Barre and Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. William Miers of Keith avenue leave to-morrow for Worcester, where they will enjoy a week's outing. Alfredo Laurio of riainfleld is spend ing several days with relatives on Scam pini square. John Frontini of Foss street returnl to this city last night from Waterbury, where he has been spending the past week with relatives. Miss Marietta Work, who has been visiting relatives in this city for the past few weeks, returned this morning to her home in West Bolton. Automobile For Hire 1 will carry par ties in my automobile by the day or hour, at reasonable rates. H. II. Patch, 7(i Washington street. Tel. 351-11. Mrs. Joseph Valley, who has been visiting relatives on Brook street in this city and in Graniteville, If ft this morn ing tor her home in thampiain,-is, 1. Paul Waterman of Washington street is passing a few days in camp at Elligo pond at Craftsbury. He intends to re turn to this city the first of next week. William Blake, who has been spend ing several days in the city as a guest of his brother, Donald Blake, of Mer chant street, left yesterday for his home in Albany, A. l. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cook of High land avenue left this noon for Mt. V'er non, X. H., where they were called to at tend the funeral of George G. Averill Mrs. Cook's uncle. Mrs, (ieorifc Troup, who was called to Barre by the death of her mother Mrs. Rosalie Gravelin, which occurred in Waterbury. will leave to-night for her home in Portland, Me. John Weafer of Boston will return to his former home in Morrisville thi afternoon, after passing a few days the citv as the guest of his brother Joseph E. Weafer, of East street Juigene Moody, rrank Kedan am Thomas () Brien, who have been passing a few days in Barre as guests of Deputy Sheriff A. M. Morrison of Batchelder court, returned yesterday to their home in W aterbury. There will be a dance in Miles hall Wednesday evening. Admission, 75c per couple. The Barre opera house orches tra, six pieces will furnish music. I her II he no dance to-nignt on account or the hot weather. I.vle Craig, a 1912 graduate at God dard seminary, who has been playing baseball for the past few weeks with the Graniteville A. C. of the Sunset eague, left yesterday for his home at Westmoreland. . II. The condition of Louis Hoar, the son Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hoar, of East treet, who fractured a rib while play ing baseball recently, continues to slow improve. I he young man is still confined to the house. A. A. Laruorey of Cliff street left the city this morning on a business trip Snringnelil and w indsor. lie was accompanied by W. C. Johnson, who is taking a two weeks' vacation from his duties in the People's National bank. Mrs. (ieorge yuiglev and daughter, Miss Ruth Quialey, of Boston, former residents of Bnrre, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. House f West street. They Will also visit in Williamstown before returning to Bos ton. (ieorge L. !ee of Cliff street, returned to this city last night from Vergennes, here he took part in the Board of rade pageant on the Fourth of July n Mr. ee's estimation, the pageant this ear excelled anything ever held in the past. A runaway1 occurred near the Everett .Morse place in Maple corner the evenirif f the fourth, and Miss Muriel Uoukl o; this city, who was returning to Barre th her escort from tiirtis pond, was thrown from the carriage and bruised nd otherwise injured. Another team, in which Miss Houston and her escort were riding, went over a bank and ran mile or more before it was stopped. Miss Houston was somewhat injured. Union Park Services The Baptist, Methodist, Universalis and Congrega tional churches will unite in Sunday evening services in the city park during July and August, the pastors if these churches doing the preaching. The serv ices will begin at 6:30 p. m. It is the desire to make these services helpful to the community. Dr. J. W. Barnett of the Congregational church will preach to-morrow evening. . All who can sing are urged to gather around the band stand and help with the music. If it rains, the service will be held in the Congregational church. By ten days' time C. S. Andrews, the proprietor of the People's Shoe store, intends to have enlarged his' quarter and be occupying the store at 1 Pearl street, recently left vacant by the Barre Electric company. The Electric com pany moved their stock into the old Wheelock building next to the Worthen block. For years Mr. Andrews has been cramped for floor space and now feels satisfied that with the new lease he will be able to facilitate the conditions tor accommodating his ever-increasing business. The means for serving the people in the past have been inadequate owing to the downstairs storeroom. This morning carpenters in the employ of C. L. Bugbee commenced work on the remodeling of the prospective quarters. It will give the People's Shoe store two entrances, one from Main street and the other from Pearl street. A. P. ABBOTT k CO. I A. P. ABBOTT & CO. I A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. xBBOTT & CO. f t X Trying to Keep Cool We arc doing everything possible to keep cool. This is the weather that makes us think of vacations, but we cannot all have our vacations at the same time, some of us must stay at home while the others go. Those of us who stay at home must dress as cool as possible, and do all we i can to keep cool. It is our business to prepare for this hot weather while it is cool. We are now in position to satisfy your wants in most any article you may need. Here you will find cool thin dresses, underwear, hosiery and thin skirts. Thin Colored Musiins Everyone seems to be interested in Thin Wash Goods just now. This is a line of cloths we are very strong on just now. At 12 l-2o per yard is a large line of thin Muslins in the foulard and border patterns. Are an excep tionally good value and a cloth that will wear well and wash to look like new. These are just the cloths for a cool simple afternoon dress and a cloth that will make up to look like a $5.00 Dress. A goocls that is very popular at present is the Windsor Pllsse, These are goods that sell at 18c per yard and will wash very nicely and are a goods that you do not have to ironj have a fine silk finish. The Colored Ripplettes are a goods that is an exceptional material for dresses and waists. This is a clotA that is in fast colors. Does not shrink by washing and requires no ironing. Is surely an ideal hot weather goods. At one-half price there are a few of those Silks in dress pattern lengths. These are a good quality Silk and are all right and at the price will not cost much more than a cotton dress. At 69c r yard we are putting out a good litie of Colored Silks. r These are a fl at 69c quality. To close Thin Summer Waists This is thin shirtwaist weather, and the low neck and short sleeve Waist is the Waist that everyone is crying for. Our line of these thin Waists is full in all the popular cloths. We have, a few extra good values in a thin Jap. Silk Waist. Is a good quality silk, made up in one of the season's best styles, and sells at $2 OO and $2 25. At $1.98 are a few odd Waists in a good quality Jap. Silk." Will wash as well and better than cot ton. Does not need starching. Is regular f2M Waist. We have a few thin Light Colored Silk Waists, only two or three of k kind. These we are offering to close at one-third off from the regular price. At $1.00 each we have some very good values in a thin Muslin Waist. Is made low neck and short sleeves and finished with lace edge and inser tion. At $1.25 and $135 are a num ber of very good values in a Thin Muslin Waist. If you want a good Waist in an extra value, we have a line of Mat- ?uisettes with fine hand embroidered ronts, also finished with a fine lace insertion. Ladies' Muslin Dresses We are offering for the rest of this week a lot of odd Dresses in Ladies' and Misses' sizes, in Muslins, Dimities, Fine Tissue Madras, and Fine Dotted Swiss, at about one fourth off from the regular price. These Dresses are mostly in small sizes, a fine quality Dress, made by the "Waldorf and "Good Service" people. Are a Dress that is made as well as you could possibly gee them made up. Are a goods that is fast color. This means that a Dress that we have been selling to 2.50 you can get in the odd lots at only $188. There are a few Dresses, only two or three of a kind, that sold at $3.00, in this odd lot that are now selling in this clean-up at $2 25. At $3 00 are a number of excel lent values in a' lot of odd Dresses. Are made of a fine quality striped Madras, is a good fast-colored goods, and they are very stylish little Dresses. Were $4.00. Now only $3 00. At $3 75 are a number of fine, Thin Dresses that are made in a ?uality and style that is good enough or church wear. Are in a good, fast colored goods. Are a Dress that sold at $5.00. Only $3 75- We have ft few of those White Muslin and French Lawn Dresses left that we are selling at one-half price to close. You could not buy the ma terial in these Dresses for the price we are asking you for them. This means vou can buy a $10.00 White Dress for $5.00, or a $20.00 Dress at only $1000- Ladies' Tiiin House Dresses We have just received by express a lot of thin House Dresses, These are the "Good Service" make of Dresses. Are Dresses that not only wear well, but are Dresses that are made to fit well. At $2 00 is a fine Dress that is made of a dark colored Lawn. Is finished at neck with a wide lace in sertion. This is a Dress that come in green and white, black and whits, and blue, and white. Only $2.00. At $1.25 is a line of Colored House Dresses. Is made in a good style with high neck and medium sleeve. These are good values and are made from a light-weight per cale. . At $2 98 is a Dress that is sure to appeal to the trade as just what they want, as it is a thin weight Dress and is made in the season's best style. Is a thin material and has a medium collar. At $2 00 are a few odd Dresses in a tine quality Gingham. Are made low neck, with short sleeves. These are Dresses that we have sold all the season at $2.50, While they last you can have your choice at $2 00. At $1.25 is a fine Muslin Dress in blues, blacks and lavenders. These are Dresses that are just right for this weather. Are made low neck and short sleeves, and are only $125 Wc have a few of those White Dresses left that we are Kellincr at iust one-half orice to close these are not- rhean X dresses but the mest of them are the Monogram make. i TJhe Baylig'lht Store TALK OF THE TOWN See the suit values at Abbott's. Sale of waists Saturday at Vaughan's. Bargain at City Auction Rooms. See ad., page 7. Sale of white dressea Saturday at The Vaughan Store. Ladies' white dresses at one-half prie to close at Abbott's. To Rent Two tenements on Catrp street. Garden. W, F. Richardson. The millinery stores will close Thurs day afternoon through July and August. At Uty Auction Kooros, you will find bargains in window shade at 25 cents. Kdward Chesser of Academy street is taking a vacation from his duties in the Smith A. turnings store on rth Main street. Eat Jellycon, the pure fruit dessert, and be sure to save the valuable Hamil ton coupons in each package. F. D. Ladd Co. Call at City Auction Room and w will tell you about the prize which we give you at 0:30 o'clock Saturday even ing. You have always been tn the habit of finding good values, at Ferry a on Sat urday. You will not be disappointed this time. The present season ia a good time to secure artistic photograph of your resi dence and premises. Consult A. SI. Troup at the Troup studio. ' Automobile for hire, by the day or hour; fine, new Buick car, can carry five passengers; will go anywhere. Jones & Isye's livery stable. Depot square. A special train will leave the Mont pelier A Wells River depot on Satifrdsy afternoon at 1 o'clock for the Masonic picnic, at Caledonia park. It is re quested that all coining about that time make an effort to get that train I Eat. Fish! this hot weather We have the facilities for handling: Fish and keeping it as FRESH as a rose. Remember we handle only the Best Fish. We have it come bv exDreSs so I that from 10 to 12 hours after it leaves the briny ocean it can be cooked and on your table. You don't I find that fishy smell when i you come to our store, do your I Chicken Halibut, lb. I Blue Fish, lb., only. I ....20 25c j 20c J Sword Fish, lb, 25c j Mackerel, lb.. Penobscot Salmon, lb. ,.35-40cJ ,35cj THE SUMMER SESSIONS Or THE n mm afferd teachers and others a superler opportu nity to etudr bookkaeolnr. shorthand. t?Dt- wrltlDC and other commtnltl aunjeota ontior peclally faverable oondltlona. Teacbere eaa spaoialize la Civil Barrio aubjeets r uki any branobaa dealred. Only $15 far flra ' Instrnctlan. Far aew eatatotae addrasa Car nell 4 Holt, S3 Nartb Pearl Straet, Albany, N. Y. ! Fresh Strawber. iei, 2 baskets, 25r Native Red Cherries, basket, 20c . Everything for Green Stuff j Wax Beans, New Beets, Cucum- UNDERTAKERS Licensed Embalmers NIGHT OR DAY CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ' ATTENTION PERRY & NOONAN Depot Square, Telephones, 425 1-2-3 a bers. Radishes, Lettuce, Pineapple I a I Rosebu Pound Cake, Heavy Fruit, r,n Cal PrinrnlarR F I Glace, Raisin, Citron and LadyJ Cake. Fresh supply of Berwick Cakes, j osebuds. Sponee, each lOc ruit, Lem- j "r o s te ", ! i J Fruit Bread, for Saturday, 10c j J Taste Our Bread and you'll say S that tt is I lp I Op. SMITH & CUMINGS DEPARTMENT FOOD STORE Telephone 400; and If that lino la a buay. telephone- 401. I J ALL MILLINERY REDUCED TO OR BELOW COST J To entirely close out my stock of Millinery, I have reduced my prices to where it must sell. CJ I have not sold last year's Millinery for this season's, nor will I sell this season's Millinery next year. MRS. NELSON-CHURCH CORRECT MILLINERY 200 North Main Street One flight up Barre, Vermont An Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results. MONTPELIER. Mr. and lira. Fred Kepgan, who were married Wednesday evening, managed to eacape their waiting friends,, took an automobile and reached Northfield with out being observed. The Montpelier Ar gus has this to say in regard to the event: "It is reported that there was a mixup in another wedding couple. A July bride and groom came down from Barre Wednesday evening and some Montpelier young people, thinking they were a local couple, 'kidnaped' the bride in an auto and took her as far as CUy hill before they discovered their mis take and then they returned her to her husband. The participants in this affair are not saying much about it, so that the evact farts are hard to locate." If jroo can not read this print distinctly a a diatanoe of fourteen incbea from the evea. you need glaasea. Call and hare vour evea exam ined and gtasee made at King's Optical I'arlor. Poison! Poison! Poison! Now is the time to get stocked up and be ready for the bugs as the hot weather is bringing them here fast. Get our prices on Paris Green, Bug Death, Arsenate of Lead and Blue Vitrol. All of which is the best quality. Fly Driver Make milking a pleasure instead of a drudge these hot days by using our fly driver. You will also get bet ter results from your cattle. Haying Tools Our line is complete and we invite you to come in and lok them over before purchasing elsewhere. The N. D. Phelps Co. Telephone 29 - - Barre, Vermont. GOOD VALUES That car of New Potatoes that has been overdue fer the past week is in at last. They are in fine shape, good size, ripe Potatoes. Per peck - - 40c Less the five per cent and rebate check makes them . cost you less than 3Sc at the store. A new lot of old Potatoes, the best we have had, per peck - - - - - - - 30c Pea Beans, per quart ----- 10c Yellow Eyed Beans, per quart - - - - 10c Best Dairy Butter you know the kind per pound 28c Actually csts jou less than 27c We have installed a new motor-driven cash register at the cashier's desk. That does the work about twice as fast. We have also installed a cash register in the Meat Department for rush hours. With this system we can give our increasing trade much quicker service. Don't Forget that we close at 5.30 o'clock, except on Monday and Saturday nights 1 F. D. LADD COMPANY