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THE BARRE DATLY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. SATURDAY. JULY! 13. 1912.
Good Values for Saturday at Perry's $1.50 Muslin Waists at 98c This means you can have your choice of a lot of $1.50 Muslin Waists for 98c each; a good lot to select from, but you had better come early. White Wash Goods Reduced Far too many White Goodstake notice of the reduction. Three pieces 12jc Mercerized Goods, reduced to 7c yd. Two pieces 20c White Muslins in dots and plaids, reduced to 1 4c yd. Three pieces P. K. and Dotted Muslins, re duced to 17c yd. 18-inch Corset Cover Hamburg for 19c yd., was 25c. 15c Glasgow Linene, white and blue, on Saturday 10c yd. 4-inch Fancy Ribbons, 10c yd., a bargain at this price. PERRY , CAMP. Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street. Barre, Vermont. They Compromised at Last I Mr. and Mrs. Jones were undecided what automo bile they should buy. Mr. Jones wantdd a Buick. But Mrs. Jone6 would have nothing but a Maxwell. They kept quarreling for months about it. At last they compromised the matter by going down to B. W. Hooker 6c Co.'s and selecting a nice Collap sible Go-Cart. It was the Wagner brand. J B. W. Hooker Sc Co., Distributors for Barre. Consider Your Baby's Comfort fj When you take the little fellow out for a ride in the open air during the hot summer, don't make him ride in a cart that is stuffy and padded on all sides so that he will be hot and uncomfortable. If Get one of these cool, leather-lined collapsible carts that are handy for you and convenient for him. They don't take up much space they are ball-bearing move about easily are graceful attractive and they work well anywhere. J The prices are remarkably low. J On Go-Carts at the present time, we have a nice stock a stock not over forty-eight hours old but on Baby Carriages we are sold out and have been for a month, although we doubled our last season's order. Should you prefer a Carriage to a Go-Cart, come in and see the F. A. Whitney Carriage Co.'s (the leader for fifty years) Photographs, order a Carriage, take thirty per cent off the list, and if the Carriage is not perfectly satisfactory you need not take it. That's fair, isn't it? B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers. Cut Prices on Lawn Mowers Harvard, 16-inch . Price $7. 50. Harvard, 18-inch Price 8.00. Northmower, 16-inch.. Price 6.25. Northmower, 18-inch.. Price 6.50. Hustler, 16-inch ....... , Price 3. 50. Hustler, 18-inch Price 3.75. Cut Price $6.00 Cut Price 6.50 Cut Price Cut Price Cut Price Cut Price 4.75 5.00 2.25 2.50 To take place of our Saturday Sale, we will sell the above Lawn Mewers for this week only at cut prices. REYNOLDS & SON HARDWARE, QUARRY AND MILL SUPPLIES, BARRE, VERMONT. s DRCQCPUIWn IADQ I IILULIIVIIIU JflllU It is Time to Be Lookiag Up Your Supply. We arc better prepared to meet your wants in Fruit Jars this year than ever. Why not put up a few cans of strawberries. Berries put in Economy Jars will taste as fresh when opened as newly picked. Why not try them. We also carry in stock Safety Valve Jars-Double Safety Valve Jars. Telephone Us Your Order. G. N, KENYON & GO.'S CASH BARGAIN STORE TALIvOF THE TOWN Abbott's water sale in this paper. Our July clearance sale now on Vaughan'. ( Fresh poaches served with ice cream at ftendncK s. All goods in the store reduced in the July sale at Vaughan s. To Rent Two tenements on Catup street. Warden. W. t. Richardson. Edward Guild of Dorcheser, Mass., was among the business visitors in the city yesterday, - : ' Harry Barnard of White River June tion was amonfir the business visitors in the city yeserday. Miss Marion McCane of Milton arrived in the city laRt night for a- few days' visit with friends. . O. L, Martin of Plainfleld, state com missioner of agriculture, was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Mrs. Emma Starr has returned to her home in South Ryegate, after spending a lew days with relatives in the city, Special price for cantaloupes at the United Fruit Store; largest size 2 for 23c,' and others 10c each, or 3 for 25c Miss Clara Emery returned this morn ing to her home in Richmond, after pass ing a few days in the city with friends. Eat Jeiiycon, the pure fruit dessert, and be sure to save the valuable Hamil ton coupons in each package. F, D. Ladd to. Call at City Auction Rooms and we will tell you about the prize which we give you at 9:30 o clock baturday even ing. , Miss Cfara Furvee of Prospect street returned yesterday afternoon from a few days visit witn relatives at Hurling ton. J. W. Pitts of Burlington, district sir perintendent of the Direct Importing companv, was a business visitor in tins city yesterday. Roswell Miles of Graniteville was visitor in this city to day on his way to Burlington, where he will visit relatives for a few days. Miss Evelyn Harnett, who bns befn visiting friends in this city for the past few days, returned yesterday to her home at Cabot. The Sunday school of the North Barre Methodist mission will hold its annual outing at the park on Thompson hill next Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Pease returned this morning to their home in Manches ter, N. If., after passing a few days iu the city on business. .. ' , H. A. Rugg of Hall street has returned home, after spending several weeks at his former home in Lowell and other Massachusetts cities. Mrs. John L. Moseley of Northfleld ar rived in the city yesterday for a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Willey of Maple Grove. Misses Mildred and Dorothy Marrion of Summer treot went yesterday after noon to Burlington, whore they will pass the week-end with friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rizzi of West Quin- cy, Mass., are spending a- few days in tnis city as tne guests of -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ossola of North Main street. .Automobile for hire, by the day or hour; fine, new Buick car, can carry five passengers; will go anywhere. Jones J. V..' 1 ....... w V. I .. T l u nri amuiD, irjnsi, iijuurr, George L. Emerson of St. Albans. clerk jn the general freight agent's office of the Central Vermont railroad, is spending a few days in this city on busi ness. Miss Sndie Haddigan and Miss Kath reen Stewart of Prospect sreet left to day for Maplewood, N, H., where they wiil be employed at the Maplewood hotel lor tne summer. Cottage on Camp street with large par eel of land and hen house, as owner is going away will be sold cheap. If in terested see us at once. D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. "Within a week after lightning and wind did heavy damage to its building, A. P. Abbott & to. reopened their dry goods store in the Sortwell block this morning at 0 o clock with a largely at tended sale. Graniteville and Websterville people, take notice! we shall nave a car of ail kinds of feed on sale at Graniteville during the week of July 15, and you can have vour orders delivered promptly The Avcrill Mill. Banana special Saturday Remember. we are prepared to show you the finest and most perfect bananas of the season. We can say thev are without a blemish. We will sell them at low prices, from 15c a dozen upwards, Diversi J-ruit to. Humane Officer George Shannon has been proving his efficiency during the recent not spen, ana nis latest mission was fulfilled yesterday, when two horses, said, to be worn out, were transferred from the streets to the pastures at his orders. Rev. Dr. E. A. Bishop of Montpelier, who recently resigned the principalship of Montpelier seminary, will preach at the Hedding Methodist church to-morrow forenoon. Dr. Bishop leaves soon to take up his new duties as president of Murphy college in Tennessee. ' - Andrew Restelli left last night for Colorado Springs, Col.", where he will en ter the Woodman sanatorium for a time. Mr. Restelli is the first member of the loeal camp of Modern Woodmen to enter the Colorado' Springs resort, al though the Barre order owns a cottage at the Springs. The sanatorium is free to every member of the Woodmen's order. Barre is to be favored with another eating house to-morrow, when A. G. Ogsten and M. McAuley open the Home Plate resaurant at 74 North Main street. The proprietors ha-e had the store en tirely remodeled and equipped. They will, in connection with the regular meals, serve quick lunches. Next week the management intends to sell ice cream. . , The ladies' aid society of St. Monica's church held a successful lawn party on the grounds near the residence of Dr. P. 8. Duffy hist evening from 7 o'clock until 0:30. A number of local automo bilists furnished their machines for pleasure rides during the evening, and the net proceeds of the sale of ice cream and cake were considerably augmented by this source. The following com mittee had charge of the affair: Mrs. Weston Walker, Mrs. William Haddigan, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Andrew Barclay. - TALK OF THE TOWN Read about our corset sale at The Vaughan Store. - Big sale wash goods now on at The Vaughan Store. Chocolate, caamel and vanilla ice cream at Kendrick'a to-day. Just finished Postcards of the new postoffiee building now on sale at C. N. Kenyon & Co.'s. Mrs. M. M. Gordon of Hill street went to her former home In Bethel this morn ing for a few days' visit. Orreste Boffino of .Berlin street js tak ing a ten days' vacation from his du ties in the Union Clothing store. William Stevens returned last night to White River Juncion, after spending a few days in this city on business. Stop and look at the special prices at the United Fruit Store; peaches, 20c per dozen, also for 25c and 30c per dozen. William Taylor of Elmwood avenue left this morning for Roxbury, where he will remain with relatives for a week. Carl Miner has resumed his duties at the Central Vermont freight office, after spending a few days at his home in Richford. "- j Be sure to attend the M. W. of A dance at Howland hall Saturday, July 13, with Riley a orchestra, (ients, 50c; ladies free, Special for Saturday: Best bananas, 20c per dozen, 18 for 2oc; also bananas loe per dozen, or !iU lor zac. tmted Fruit Store. This afternoon the stonecutters' band will march to the Italian A. C. baseball park and play during the game a;aint the Chinese. Mrs. Walter A. Humphrey returned yesterday to her home 'a Ausable, N. Y after passing several days with relatives on Ayers street. C H. Kendrick is moving his house hold goods from Wellington street into the house at the corner of Park and Academy streets. Miss Minnie Parizo returned this morning to her home in Glens Falls,' y. ., alter spending a tew days with friends in the city. Mrs. C. Zocchi and children of Fast Barre are passing a few days in this city as the guests of Mrs. S. Ariola of Summer street. Misa Alice LeCasse returned yesterday to her home in Sherbrooke, P. Q., after spending two weeks with relatives in Barre and Montpelier. j Friday's arrivals at the hotel Otis were as follows: jt. V. Allen, ew York; E. H. Mansfield, Pittsburg, Fa.; H. A. Lewis, Burlington. The present season is a good time to secure artistic photographs oi your rest' dence and premises. Consult A. 51 Troup at the Trouo studios. Peaches are coming fine. We have an enormous supply for Saturday at low prices. W e also have plums at 15c a dozen. Diversi Fruit company. Mrs. L. A. Flint, 'who has been a guest at the home of F. W. Farnham of Camp street for a few weeks, left this morn- ng for her home in Trovidence, R, I. With the series standing two to one against them the Italians will go into the game to-day to even up tne series. Weaferi will be on the mound for the Italians. Dennis McMahon, who has been visit ing for the past three weeks at the home of his son, Martin McMahon, of West street, returned this morning to his home at Sherbrooke, P. (J. . We shall have a far of feed, consist ing of corn, cracked corn, meal, proven der, mixed feed, bran and chicken feed, on sale at the Graniteville station dur ing the week of July 15. The Averill Mill. i V A, P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. $8,000.0 0 Wort OF damaged goods on j sale at ! THE DAYLIGHT STORE J t 1 SUNDAY SERVICES A T THE CHURCHES Times and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. Leon Page of Highland avenue, who accompanied his father, Fred L. Page, to Atlantic City, N. J., returned home this morning. The latter, who went as a del- euratii from Vermont to the national Pro hibition convention, will return home1 to morrow. Miss Nellie Lapan, who has been pass ing a few days with her sister, Mrs, Louis J. Bruyer of Maple Grove, re turned this morning to ber home in Middlebury. he was accompanied by her two nieces, Misses Ivatherme and Evelyn Bruyer. Edwin Felt, conductor on the Mont pelier A Well River suburban train, running between Barre and Montpelier, is taking a week's vacation from his duties and in company with a number of Montpelier men he left yesterday for Lake Megantio, I . (j. With Laird pitching, the Italian A. C. of Barre was defeated bv the Chinese team at Burlington yesterday afternoon, the score being 7 to 0. I he deteat was due to the effective pitching ut Capau, backed by exceptional fielding. This gives tne ininese team a lea a ot two to one in the series, the last game of which will be played at t,he Berlin street grounds in Barre this afernoon. 11 1 who Is desirous ol increasing his business efflolcnrr-ao of secur ing profitable employment should write us at once for par ticulars. Younn men graduates from the Alb ant Business Cou LEGEaro In demand. Wears specialists In bus. iness education and teach young people Just what thy need to know to obtain and keep rood positions and advance to business man agement and ownership. For new catalogue address CARNELl A HOIT, ALBANY. H. V. If vou can not read this print distinctly at i distance of fourteen inches from theeyea, yoa neea giapsra. iui aau oare your eves exam ined and glasses made at King s Optical I'arlor. SUNDAYDINNER AT- - The Home Plate Restaurant Tomato Soup. Roast Beef. Roast Pork with Dressing. Fricasseed Chicken. Mashed Fotatoes. Green Peas and Corn. Lettuce. Pickles. Apple, Lemon, Raspberry Pies. Strawberry Shortcake. 'Taj,;oca Priding. Ogston & McAulay 74 North Main Street Pentecostal Church Prayer at 10 a, in. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at noon. Trayer and praise at 7 p. m. East Barre Congregational Church Preaching service at 10:30; topic, "Read iness." .Sunday school at 11:45. Chris tian Endeavor'service at 7 p. m. St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Websterville W. J. M. Beattie, rector. Evening prayer and sermon at 3 o'clock. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Church of the Good Shepherd W. J. M. Beattie, rector. Holy communion at 8 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon! at 10:30. Sunday school at 11:50. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30. St. Monica's Church Children's masl j at 0 o'clock; celebrant. Rev. P. M. Mo! Kcnna. Parish mass at 10:30 o'clock.1 Catechism at 3 p. m. Rosary and bene diction at 4 p. m. Baptisms at 4 p. in. ' Italian Mission, on Brook street, near 1 Main (J. B. Castellini. pastor. Sunday j school at 2:45 p. m. Meeting for grown people at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs day at 7:30 p. m. "Sewing class and gymnasium closed for the Bummer. All welcome. First Presbyterian Church Dunoon Salmond, pastor. Morning service at 10:30; subject of sermon. "A Prayer for Divine Guidance." Sunday evening at 7 o'clock; subject, "A Xobie Resolution." Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Salvation Army Sendees Sunday school at 1:30; Sunday afternoon meet ing, 2:30; Sunday evening, salvation meeting, 8 o'clock; Monday night, 8; Wednesday night, 8; Saturday night, free and easy, 8; Saturday, Band of Love for children at 2:30. Everybody welcome to these meetings. Baptist Church, Websterville Robert L, Caster, pastor. The pastor will ba present and preach both morning nnd evening. Hible school at H:; a. m. Junior meeting at 3 p. m., senior at 6:20 p. m. Regular prayer and praise service Thursday evening at 7 o'clock." Berlin Congregational Church Rev. Frank Blomfield, pastor. Service at 10:43; topic of address, "An Important Question. Noon, Sunday school and young men's forum; topic for discussion. ''Political Service and Christian Citizen ship." 7:30 p, m., Young People's Soci ety of Christian Endeavor. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church E. F. Newell, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30; sermon by Dr. E. A. Bishop of Montpelier. Sunday school at 12; lesson on "The Seed in the Four Kinds of Soil"; all classes cared for in the months of July and August. Do not forget the union service at the park at 8:30 p. m.; Dr. Baniett will speak, and a large chorus choir will sing. Let all gladly help in making these services a true success. Invite your friends to SWEET MILK AND SWEET CREAM are hard to keep this weather. Our facilities and equip ment enable us to give our customers these goods in the best possible condition. Our Ice Cream has the same advantages. Come in and see us or telephone your orders we will try and give you the best service possible. L. B. DODGE No. 300 North Main Street . Barre. Vt. UNDERTAKERS Licensed Embalmers NIGHT OR DAY CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION PERRY & NOONAN Depot Square, Telephones, 425-1-2-3 FoTsaturday J . at the ! Department Food Store ! I Good lot of Chickens, per lb. 22c j Lee1 f Lamb, per lb 23c "Green Mountain Brand" Sau- sage, two pounds for ...... 25c I IGood Roast Pork, per pound, at from 15c to ZUc i Out trmm Nafive Port ! Pressed Corn Beef, per lb.. . . 15c ! I Pressed Lambs Tongues, boiled, J I per lb 35c I Boiled Ham cut thin as paper per lb JC New Potatoes, nice and mealy, per peck 35c j J Beet Greens per bunch 5c J Bunch Onions, per bunch 5c ! Cucumbers, each. 4c to 7c j Cantalopes, each, 10c to 12 l-2c j I Native Wax Beans, per quart lOc J Native Green Peas, per peck SOc Watermelons, per lb ...... 3 l-2c . . ., , r ! Good Values in oar Fish Department ! I Onion Salad . . . . . J Oc j Crab Meat, Olive Relish .... 25c j 1 .kffa P.. ' O T , till. , e4C m JTry our Fruit Bread andj Berwick Cake. I I come with you. Tuesday evening, class meeting as usual, and the Thursday evening prayer meeting, led by Mrs. John McMinn. Let all who can com Bnd "lend a hand." First Baptist Church George II. Holt, pastor. Subject of discourse at the morning service, 'Frifitage"; -!iem, "Ive Found a Friend," jRrackett; ot fertory duet by Mrs. Cutler and Mrs. Grearson, "Lord, Abide with Me," Je rome. Sunday school at 12 o'clock. Christian Endeavor service at 5:45 will be a union service f the young people at the Congregational church. Service in the park at 6:30, with special music and a talk by Ecv. J. W. Barnett. Thurs day evening, prayer meeting; subject, Acts 18:1-24. Universalist Church John B. Eeardon, pastor. Preaching service at 10:30; sub ject, "Unkindly and Censorious Criti cism." Bible study at 12; subject. "The Seed in the Four Kinds of Soil." Young people's meetings postponed until fall. Mass meeting in the park at 6:30; ad dress by Rev. J. W. Barnett. Teachers' meetings postponed until fall. At the morning service, Prof. Wheaton will play "Andante from Concerto in D Minor by Mozart and "Allegro Con Brio" by Hesse. The Orpheus male quartet will sing, "I Am Alpha and Omega," by Stainer, and "Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me,' by Schencker. William J. Inglis will sing "Calvary, by Rodney. "Congregational Church J. W. Barnett, pastor. 10:30 a. m., morning worship; subject of sermon, "Paul's Supreme As-! piration." 12 m., Sunday school. 6:45 p. m., the young people of the Baptist, Methodist and Universalist churches will unite with the young people of this church in a short prayer and praise sej-vice to be led by Miss Kva-Annie Bisbee. 6:30 p. m., union service in the ,)ark. Dr. Barnett will preach. Special music will be furnished by the ladies' quartet of the Baptist church. Rev. O. j H. Holt will lead the singing and nil who can sing are invited to come and help. All are invited to this service. Thursday, 7:30 p. ni the regular mid week meeting will be held in the Barcca room. Music for the morning Organ, "Traumerei and Romance," Schumann; anthem, "The Lord Reigneth." Frey; of fertory quartet, "Xearer, My God, to Thee,'f Adams; organ, 'Tostludium in D," Merkel. 0 Hot Weather Eatables Boiled Ham, per lb 350 Pressed Ham, per lb.....20e Minced Ham, per lb. 20a Jellied Tongue, per lb. ...35c Jellied Corned Beef, per lb. 20c Dried Beef, sliced as you like it on the American slicing machine, per lb. 35c Chickens Broilers, per lb .35c Fowls, per lb 23c Western Beef, Native Pork, Lamb, Veal, Hamburg Steak, Salt Pork, etc. Strawberries, fresh every day. Watermelon, per lb., whole, 3c , Cut 40 Cucumbers, Lettuce, Bunch Onions, New Potatoes, etc " 0 sV 0 TASSIE BROTHERS Tel. "Central" 64-W. 0 I I ! SMITH & CUMINGS ! j 805 North Main Street j GOOD VALUES 2 Packages Puffed Rice for - - - - 25c 3 Packages Puffed Wheat for - - ' - 25c 4 Packages Sunshine Corn Flakes for - - 25c 6 Packages Shredded Wheat Biscuit for - - 66c 3 Packages of Jeiiycon, any flavor, for - - 25c Ice Cream Ppwder, flavored, per package - 10c Baker's or Foss Vanilla Extract, per bottle - 23c Baker's or Foss Lemon Extract, per bottle - 17c Hires' Root Beer extract, per bottle - - 18e Malt and Hops Let us help you with our bakery department this hot weather. The largest and most complete line of pastry in the state; made in a clean and ventilated shop, with modern machinery and handled in a clean and sanitary manner. Our Cream Bread.always has real value. F. D. LADD COMPANY