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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1912,
Standard Patterns
Arc you familiar with Standard Patterns and Standard
Fashions? We know that there is no more reliable or eas
ier to understand than Standard Patterns. We know that
there is no pattern better cut. Standard Patterns are pretty
and chic up-to-date, yet simple.
AUTUMN STYLE BOOK A Pattern free with each num
ber, 20c a copy.
PERRY & CAMP.
Telephone 258-W. " 75 Main Street. Barre, Vermont.
Special
Crib and Mattress
Combination
For a few days, or
while they last, we shall
offer a Crib and Mattress
Combination at less than
the price of the crib
alone. This Crib is a
rnnh'nnniK nnct liJrKt
M 40 inches, sizes 2 ft. 6 in.
fty by 4 ft. 6 in. . Posts 1 in.
Rods 5-16 and 1-4 in. ;
the sides are 22 in above
spring rail and slide on vertical brass rods. These Cribs
have three coats porcelain enamel baked on and are a
splendid value at $8.50.'
The Mattress is a 3 in. box Sanitary Felt and sells
alone for 12.75. v
We arc going to make the price of this combination,
as a leader, $7.50 net for both Crib and Mattress.
Value $11.25. .
These Cribs are now shown in our windows.
B. W. Hooker & Co.
Vremont's Largest House Furnishers.
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Reliners and Vulcanizing
Will Carry You Through the Season
Our prices on reliners are to
be the lowest to be had any
where. Let us fill cuts in casings and
repair your tubes.
Reliners placed in shoes free
of charge.
Batteries charged
Drown's Motor Car Co.
Jefferson Street Barre, Vermont
If you haven't all the
business you want, adver
tise in The Times.
TALK OF THE TOWN
lira. Fred Iloutrh of Alburg arrived
in the city lust uiglit fur a tea Jays'
visit with friends.
Ernest Janiieson of Hardwick is visit
ing in this city as the guest of friends
on w arren street. -
II. If. Kimball of Enosburg Falls was
among the business visitors in the city
yesterday and to-day. ,--
Public dance at Howland hall Wedno'
day after the band concert. Riley's or
chestra. Gents, 60c; ladies, free.
Thursday special sale of fine white
lawn, and lingerie, up to $1.50. Sale
price, Ofle. 1'aris Shirtwaist House.
Mis Mary E, MeWhorter of 31 Rich,
ftrdson street left this morning for Cam
bridge. X, II., where Rhe will visit for
a time. . . ,
Allen M. Fletcher of Cavendish, the
Republican candidate for governor of
Vermont, waa visitor in the city this
morning. ;
Miss Evelyn Gilbertson of Williams
town is spending a few days as the guest
of Mrs. Stella Lawrence at the hotel
Northern. '
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frenier of Wash
ington street returned home last night,
after passing several days in camp at
Mallctt's bay.
Mrs. Frank Rogers and son of Rich
ardson street left yesterday afternoon
for South Royalton, where they will
visit relatives.
Irving Potter of Boston, a former in
structor in elocution at Goddard sem
inary, is passing a few days in the city
with relatives.
Mrs. J. II. Hornsby, who has Veil
passing a month in Washington, was in
the city this morning on her way home
to Summit, X. J.
II. J. Markolf of Rutland is spend
ing tew days in tins city on bus
iness connected with the Sullivan Ma
chinery company.
Harry Canning of Brattleboro was
visitor in the city yesterday. He left
last night for Windsor, where be has
secured employment,
Maccabees The regular review of liar
moii hive, No. 1. L. O. T. M.. will be
held on Wednesday evening, August 21,
ar, ociock. , come.
A large attendance of members 1 de
sired at to-night's meeting of Barre
lodge, 138, N. K. O. P. Business of im
portance is to be transacted.
A meeting of Barre local of the So.
cialist party will be held this evening
at headquarters at 7:30. Campaign com
mittee please attend to do work.
A special meeting of the ladies' nid
society of the Fresbyterian church will
be held at the library room of the
church Thursday, Aug. 22, at 7 p. m.
Joseph Williams, who is taking two
weeks' vacation from his duties at the
Landers' cigar emporium, returned this
morning from a few days visit at South
Ryegate.
Mrs. H. W. Knieht and two children.
Miss Hortense and . Master Harold
Knight, of Hill street, left this morning
for North Hero, where they will remain
for several days.
Joseph Giampolini of North Main
street resumed work this morning for
the t E. Cutts Clothing company, after
a two weeks' vacation, which was spent
at mcngate sprtmis and nest Vol
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gaskell of Bar
ton, who have been passing some tine
in Northfleld, arrived in the city last
night for a two weeks' visit at the home
of their son, M. E. Gaskell, of East
street.
Ben A. Eastman and H. G. Bennett
left last night for Detroit, Mich., where
the latter will procure a new CaJu
lac demonstration car of the 1913 modi I.
The return home will be made In the
machine.
Miss Anna B. Henderson, who has been
making an extended stay in Aberdeen,
Scotland, arrived in toe city this morn
ing from Montreal, P. Q., where she re
cently landed from the Donaldson liner,
Cassandra.
vt. ucaries js. cuahman of Chicago,
nL, and hie mother, Mrs, G. E. Cush-
man of Randolph, were visitors in this
city yesterday, spending the day as tha
guests of Mr. and Mrsi W. H. Mm sir
of Orange street.
Bert W. Goodfellow of Spauldiug
street has resumed his duties in the
Goodfellow jewelry store, after passing
several days in camp at Mallett s bay
on JjiKe cnampiain. Mr. Uoodtellow re
turned home last night.
Mr. and Mrs. George Burroughs of
Church street left this morning for Fair
lee, wnere tney win spend several days
in camp at Lake Morey.- Mr. Burroughs
is taking a vacation from his duties at
the Montpelier & Wells River freight
onice.
A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO.
A. P. AITROTT & TO. t
More Remodelling
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Our trouble brought on by the electric storm of July 6th has made it necessary to make several changes and while j
X we are having these changes done we are making our store better than ever before, more shelf room, walls and ceil-
lug jcuiiiaiicu iuu uaicuiciu iuu; uuguiy uuc uvci. iicac luaugcs wui uc an iu a way iu cuioigc uui ucpai iiiicmc-, m
so that we can give better service to our customers and their needs. You will find us in a very few days with the I
best line of goods for fall that has ever been shown in Barre. We believe in our citv and its people and will buy
anything that they want and sell it as low as it can be sold in any town or city in New England
New Kinds
Here are goods that but very few
know we carry in stock.
Feltings in greens, reds, orange,
navy, yellow, white and black. Very
few stores carry these Felts. There
are lot of uses for them, such as
table covers, linings for different
kinds of heavy goods, Jots of kinds
of fancy work, We cut them in half
widths if wanted. In fact, w do
almost anything that the trade as
us to do that we can.
We carry Lambs Wool Wadding,
the size for fall size bed puffs. These
when covered with best satines look
as nice as down puffs and are but
little heavier. It's a very fine qual
ity, sells for $2 50 enough for one
puff.
New fall line of Serpentine Crepes.
These are all new patterns, differ
ent from spring styles. Styles for t
dresses, as well as for kimonos. Ser-'
pentine Crepe for style is better than
tbty have ever been.
7 Fall Dry Good
Now . is a good time to buy fall
Dress Goods, Prices are very low.
Several kinds from spring purchases
are closing out at mark downs. Sta
ple fall goods will be higher. These
now at old prices, so on the whole
one can make better purchases now
than by waiting Until a little later.
This applies particularly to Dresj
Goods. "
We can now sell you an all wool
goods for 50c Later will be more.
Ask to see our line of Serges at
75c These later will have to be
8 To or not pay any profit. These
are. extra good quality, fine finish
and good weight.
We have special prices on all Fig
ured Silks. These as soon as the
season opens will have to pay some
profit. They do not now.
New Tailored Suits are being made
of Whipcord Serge. These are very
wide, so that small quantity makes
a suit. Ask to see them.
Kimonos and Dressing
Sacques
We are offering our full line of
Dressing Sacques and Kimonos at
prices to clean them up at once. Our
season's business has left us with
many odd patterns, which we are
willing to sacrifice on to clean up
stock before the fall goods come in.
At 50o are a number of good Short
Kimonos in blues, pinks and a figured
muslin. The plain colors are crepe.
At 69c are all styles of Short
Kimonos that sold at fl.OO.
At T5c are a number of different
styled Kimonos in plain muslin and
serpentine crepe. A Kimono that
sold at (1.25. To clean up at 75c
At $1.00 are two long Kimonos
in muslin that sold at $1.25.
At $5.00 are four long Kimonos
in a fine quality Jap silk. Were
$6.50.
At $6.00 are two Satin Kimonos,
are made in an extra good style.
Were 83.50. To clean them up for
$6 00.
Wash Petticoats
Here are some good Tctticoat val
ues that arc made of the best quality
ginghams and seersuckers. 1
At 98c is a good weight Wliita
Seersucker Fetticoat. Is a Petti
coat that washes nice and does not
have to be ironed. . ' ' "
At 98c are a number of good
values in a plain Seersucker Gingham
Petticoat. Colors, blue and white
stripes. Will wash as well as a
white cotton goods. Was $1.25.
At 69c aro a few Clue and White
Striped Gingham Petticoats that sold
at $1.00. Are extra values.
At $1.00 are a few Gingham Pet
ticoats in extra large sizes were $1.25.
At 50c each is on lot of Petti
coats that are made, of a blue and
whit striped gingham. Are an ex
tra good value. Will wash and not
fade.
i
We are now showing a good line of the early fall suits and coats. If you want a good suit for early use you
should see these early models. They are surely very attractive models.
The Daylight Store
i
I Is an economical way in which to prepare mince meat for
i I pies meat, bread and crackers for stuffing turkey, lobster and ' !
, . I celery for salad nuts, dates, raisins and figs for. dessert. I
A I Three cutters for chopping fine, coarse or medium so 'i
ll constructed that any wear tends to keep them always keen. Does ''i
1 Ul noMmash, tear, grind or choke up. There' do limit to its 'Jjjl
m C. N. Kenyon & Co.'s Cash Bargain Store Jjm
X. Self-ClMnlnej j rATl Part Tinned 11
Self-Sharpening "T w Interchangeable i J ML
Sv Always rVoO and
D. A. Pecor, who was called to this
city Monday by the illness of his daugh
ter, Mrs. L. E. Clay, returned yesterday
afternoon to Royalton. Mrs. Gay is
at the City honpital, and when Mr.
Pecor left, the condition of his daugh
ter had improved.
Michael David of Xorth Main tret
was taken in A. W. Badger & Co.'s am
bulance yesterday to the Ilea ton hos
pital, Montpelier, where he underwent
an operation for appendicitis last night.
Mr. David's attack was an acute one,
but it is believed that he will recover.
W. C. Martin, the jeweler, eon
templates moving his quarters from the
basement of the Boyce-Durkee building
into the store on the first floor recently
vacated by the Home Plate restaurant.
The spare which the restauranteurs oc
cupied will be shared jointly by Mr. Mar
tin and a granite company's representa
tive. Italian!! La nostra vendita sulla
meree di Primavera-estate da Uomo e
Ragazzi, continua per tutta il niese
d'Agostd. Uli nostri prezzi ridotti per
la nostra merce, tutta di prima clasta,
snno gli piu modici di alcuni in Barre.
Gli disconti variano da 20 a 60 per cento.
Frank MeWhorter Co.
Negotiations, which have been going
on for the past few months, have been
completed and within a week's time the
employes of the J. P. Corakie granite
lant and the workers at trie Barclay
tros. plant are to clash is a baseball
ame at the Granite City trotting park,
loth plants will be represented by play
ers well known in amateur baseball ctr
TALK OF THE TOWN
Regular meeting of the Woodmen on
Wednesday, August 21, at 7:30 p. ra.
Karl Eisenhart of Rochester, N. Y
was among the business visitors in the
city yesterday.
John Foss of the Ross, Packard Co.,
of Boston, arrived in the city last night
for a short business visit.
George P. Cromwell of Binghamton,
X. Y., arrived in the city last night
for a few days' busines visit.
Thursday special sale of silk waUt
in black and colors, from $1.50 up to
$2.08. Paris Shirtwaist House.
Conroy Leavens returned yesterday to
his home in Cambridge, after pasting
several days in the city on buslneM.
Howard Ranney returned last night to
his home in Jv'orthfield, Mass., after
spending several days with friends in
the ,city ,. , Wt ....
Miss Christine Tubbs of Albany, X.
Y., arrived in the city yesterday for a
visit with relatives and friends in Barre
and , vicinity. ' -
Miss Kate Coburn of Plainfield is piss
ing a few days in the city aa the guott
of Mr, and Mrs. D. S. Waterman of
Washington street.
Miss Josephine Robilard Teturned this
morning to ner home in Iberville,, P. Q.,
after spending several days with friends
in Barre and Webstervilie.
State's Attorney J. Ward Carver of
Church street will return home this aft
ernoon, after spending a few days in
camp at Lake Iroquois in Hinesburg.
Mrs. Edward C. Whipple, who has been
visiting relatives in Barre and Mont
pelier for the past two weeks, left this
morning for her home in Essex Junction.
TALK OF THE TOWN
cles in this city. A recent acquisition
to the Corskie force, D. Keefe, the for
mer Waterbury pitcher, will used
against the Barclay sheds. L. Druke
will probablv captain the Corskie team
and cover second base. L. Carswell will
lav first base. It is understood that
Mr. and Mrs. Max Junge and Mr. and
Mrs. W, W. Calder have returned home,
after spending several days in Burling
ton and at other points along the shore
of Lake Champlain.
Mrs. W. H. Wales and Miss Merle
Turner, who have been visiting in More-
town, have returned to this city for a
short stay before leaving for their honu
in Worcester, aiass.
Harold Burroughs is taking a few
days' vacation from bis duties in the
V. il. Miles coal co ana leit to-aay
for Lake Morey, where he will make a
short stay in camp with his parents.
Mrs. O. J, Howe, who haa been visit
ing In this city for the past few days
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Fulsom of Railroad street, returned yes
terday afternoon to Claremont, N. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Cortis Freeman, who
have been visiting relatives in Barre
and vicinity for the past two weeks,
left this morning for Eseex. N. J., where
they will visit for a week before le
turning to their home in Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Miles and
children of South Main street left this
morning for Reading, where they will
make a week's visit with relatives. Mr.
Miles is taking his annual vacation from
his duties 1 nthe Miers' barber shop in
the Boyce-Durkee block.
The 42d regular meeting of Cobble Hill
grange was held last evening, with en
attendance of 40, with eight visitors
from the Orange grange. The lectur
er s prcTam was as idiiows: Nng,
grange; reading, r-arl tfassett; discus
sion, " Is it worth while for farmers
to erhibit their products at the local
fairs!" led by J. K, Thurston, followed
by Mr. Sutton, Mr. Bancroft, Mr. Hutch
sin; guessing contest on author's names;
short questions responded to by all mem
ber present; song, gTange; remarks by
visitors. Miss t landers and juibs lhomp-
son. The entertainment committee an
nounced a box social for Friday even
ing. Auir. 23. An invitation was ex
tended Cobble Hill grange by the Smith
Barre grange to attend the picnic at Mr.
Camp's grove Saturday afternoon and
the Cobble Hill grange was also invit
ed to attend the next meeting of the
Orange grange, which will be conducted
by the ladies.
Mrs. 8. X. Bender of Chicago is visit
ing at the home of her brother, J. C.
DeBrune.
Dr. C. W. Steele went-to Burlington
this afternoon to attend the KnighU of
Pythias convention.
To-night will be your last opportunity
to bear the Mexican marimba duo at
the Pavilion. You can see an entire
show after the band concert.
The. Vermont Poultry assocation will
meet in the memorial "room, Montpelier
city hall, Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Per order, E. Chesser, sec
The ladies of the first Baptist hcuieh
have had so many calls for home bakery
goods that they have decided to hol.l
another . food sale On the church lawn,
Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. David Gilbertson and Miss Luna
Morgan have returned home from Bur
lington after spend ing a" few days, the
guests of Mr, Gilbertson, who is at
tending the Pythian . encampment at
Crescent beach.
At the Democratic caucus, Williams-
town, the following nominations were
made, some of which were omitted in
yesterday's issue of The Times i For rep
resentative, J. K. Pirie; for justice of
the peace, J. F. Bailey, JC. R, Farnham
and J. K. Pirie.
Did you ever hear a Mexican mar
imba? It is a musical instrument that
has no equal for sweet, beautiful tones.
You can hear the Lopez Mexican marim
ba duo at the Pavilic to-night. They
are real Mexican serenaders. The en
tire show will be run after the band
concert.
Attention is called to all teamsters,
especially those in charge of heavy traf
fic, of the laws relative to the use of
horses with sore shoulders and improp
erly fitted collars. All violations of
these sections will be prosecuted. Per
order Humane Officer George W. Shannon.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank all the friends for
their assistance and sympathy in our re
cent bereavement, also for the many
beautiful flowers sent.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Gelpi,
Giosoe Gelpi,
Miss Marianna Berinl.
i Wholesome, Economical
Oleomargarine!
Creamery butter is high !
and hard to get. We have
Oleomargarine that is gov-i
J ernment inspected and is j
I ujui.il tucapcr tuusc.
Good quality, best forj
j cooking, costs 20c pound, j
Best quality, good for any j
nnmncp frtete s Sr nnnnH
TALK OF Tjm TOWN
Mrs. O. J. Ladam and little daugh
ter. Cecile, who have been passing sev
eral days in the city as the guest of My.
and Mrs. Peter Marrion, of Summer
street, left to-day for their home in Bur
lington. Handsome lapel buttons picturing
Governor Woodrow Wilson and Governor
Thomas Marshall, Democratic candidates
for president and vice-president respec
tively, have been received at Democrat
ic headquarters in this city. The neat
little buttons bear an excellent like
ness to the two popular statesmen.
They can be procured at the headquar
ters in the old city building.
Invitation to Box Social.
Desr Friends:
The Cobble Hill grangers a social will
hold,
Although of its mysteries you are not
to be told;
So be content, and come; hen you'll
see
What a nice social this really will be.
It will be held in the Grange hall Aug.
23,
And at 8 o'clock sharp is the time it
is given.
The music and reading will be very
nice.
So please come prepared with your wal-,
let that night,
And I am sure that the granger will
use you all right.
A box social it is called and boxes a
plenty
And a good time you will have, never
fear,
At grange halt on the east hill.
CHILDREN'S AND YOUTHS'
SHOES
have been given considerably more
space in our stock for fall. W
have the most serviceable Shoes for
children and young people of all
ages. Lines made up especially for
cur store, made of the best gun
metal and kid, with oak tanned
soles and vamps that are not cut
of at the caps, but lasted clear
under the toes. Try us next time
you want a Shoa for your boy or
girl. Wide range of prices from
30c to 13. JO, according to size and
quality. '
Whtn purchasing these good Shoes
for your family, ask to see our
guaranteed stockings. We hsve
them for men, women and chil
dren at I5C to 35C per psir.
People's Shoe Store,
. S. Andrews, Prop'r : Barre, Vermont
Peaches!
Summer Horse Blankets
and Coolers
Twenty Per Cent Discount
Sun Umbrellas with fringe and made
of best duck. Former price $5.00, now
Only $4.25
Cork Army Helmets - - 28 Cents
REYNOLDS & SON
Hardware, Quarry and Mill Supplies, , Barre, Vermont
Tool Sharpeners.
pn
i). Morgan and J. Murray will be the 21, at 7
battery for the Barclay team. tary.
Regular meeting of tool sharpeners,
So. , G. C. I. A., will be held in Nich
ols' block Wednesday evening. August
o clock. James Jlutch, secre-
Wait for the carload of
Peaches that will be here a
little later. Large boxes,
full count.
Give us your order and I
let us send them to youj
when we think the price is j
the lowest and we will save:
you money.'
Don't jump at the first
lot you set your eyes on.
SMITH & CUMINGS
305 North Main Street
Goad Things to Eat j
GOOD VALUES
Eighteen pounds fine Granulated Sugar for $1.00
Three packages of Jellycon, any flavor, for - - 25c
Two packages of Knox's Gelatine for - - 25c
Two packages of Plymouth Rock Gelatine for - 25c
Hire's Root Beer Extract, 25c size for - ' - 18c
Indian Root Heer Extract far - - - 10c
Two cans Blue Label Pumpkin or Squash for 25c
Sunbeam Wet Shrimps, per can - - - - 10c
Matchless Kippered Herring, oval can - - 10c
Remember these prices carry a five per cent discount
on a three per cent rebate check for cash. You pay
for what you get and get what you pay for.
See our Bakeryx Department for the best to be had
in that line.
F. D. LADD COMPANY

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