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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 80. 1912.
Corset
Cover
Day
25c VALUE
1 9 cts Each
Ladies! An Opportunity Worth Investigating
Wc arc very fortunate in "purchasing a very handsome lot of Corset
Covers in good quality of material and trimmed, with handsome
Vale, Gluny and embroidery with. ribbon runners. These Covers"! A'
are a regular 25c value and for Saturday only at, each V -
These are an exceptional good value and we limit the quantity to a customer.
He cm hand to get your assortment and sizes. . All sizes to start with.
, Sale starts at 7 A. M. First come, first served
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All of Our Colored Muslins Reduced to Close at Once
10c Values....,,... v. ..v.,...".. ;.....7c per yard:
Values.... ..8c per yard
2Xi
19c Values
25c Values;
....... 15c per yard
18c per yard
One lot of short , lengths to close regardless of cost
THE
F1TT5 COMPANY
Watch This Space for Next Issue . .
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
TALK OF THE TOWN
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Dance in Miles' liall Saturday evening.
Brure's orchestra. With the latest nml
most popular music. (Jents, 50c; ladies,
free. ., - '
TALK OF THE TOWN
At the opera house to-night hear Har
land B. Howe of St. Johnsbury and Dud
ley F.-Malone of New York talk about
the political situation in Vermont;
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One Day
More
We ha'e decided to continue our big $ $ Saving Sale
until next. Saturday night. This has been the busiest
sale in the city on account of the exceptionally low
prices we hve made in all departments ' and the fact
that our gaods are all new. v
For the NEXT THREE DAYS, Thursday. Friday and
li. Saturday, we shall make still deeper cuts in prices to
make it an object for you to visit our store before the
end of this remarkable sale.4
We have a few lots of those' Peck Suits in some very
pretty patterns to close. Better get in and secure one,
only a few left.
All our Shoes and Oxfords marked at prices you can't
resist. Come in this week. Saturday will surely be a
busy day. , Remember 3 days more, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
F. E. Cutts & Company
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ALL THIS WEElCl
Visit tlia Haanaef Pn A II Qnln
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of Felt Slippers and Lined Shoes
for 11 members of the family. Prices are
cut to suit the damage done by reason of
our "city father' s" neglect to provide an
ample outlet to Potash Brook in times of
flood. 15 cents to $2.00. Come early
going fas.t. , .. ;
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TALK OI! THE TOWN
Sale bed spreads' at Yaughan'a.
Sale separate skirts this week at The
auL'han Store.
Ladies' flannette night robes just
owned, 50c up, at augliau .
Labor day ball in Miles' hall Monday,
Sent. 2. The best floor in Barre.
i'innog to rent. Bailey' Music Room
14 Elm street. Phone 22-W, II. J. La-
Roe, local manager.
Members of .St. John Baptist society
will meet at f. 1-emay s house, off Week
lev street, this evening.
Another good time Valuable presents,
confectionery and cigars, au I.bor day
land sale, trench estate.
Our new line of house and afternoon
dresses will interest you. Call and in
spect. Paris Shirtwaist House.
Hugh Frayne, general organizer for
American Federation of Labor, will give
an address at 1:30 p. m., Intercity park,
Labor uay.
Baseball (Iraniteville vs. Barre A. C:,
Coddard, campus. Saturday. Aug. 31.
Game railed at 3:15. Admission, 25c;
ladies, free.
Miss Marion Diekev of East Barre
was a visitor in the city yesterday, re
turning from Boson, where she has been
visiting for the past few weeks with
relatives.
Mrs. N'. L Nelson of Merchant street
left yesterday afternoon for Water
bury, where she will visit at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Rock
wood, for a few days.
PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE
fl C S. Andrews, PropV. . Hale's Block. Main St. O
obwooooooooooo$oodc'j
Ammunition
at a Bargain!
Winchester Rifle Cartridges, Model
173. C. F. 44.
Also some . smokeless ; also 44 Short
R. F. for pistol. 38 Short R. F. for
rifles, 22 C. F. single shot.
Winchester Repeating, Model 1880, 38-
fR. ,
Smokeless 30, Model 1834.
Stevens 23-25 C. F.
. Winchester Special Smokeless 32.
rinlifu.r Primwrfr Vn. 11.- n. 9
and 4.
V. M. C. 38 Long B. F., also 38 Short
Swaged.
U. M. C. 38 Short Colts C. F.
Savage C. F. 303, Smith & Wessons
38 C. F. -"' ' ;
Bergmans Simplex Cal. 8,
No. 2 Copper Primers and No, 33.
V. S. New No. 2 and Peters No. 4.
IT. M. C. Nitro No. 5.
Target Pasters.
Roval Txad Destroyers.
Wads, Shells. Loaded Shells and Shell
Loaders, all warranted, and at prices
much less than usual to close out stock,
Friday 4 to t) p. m., Saturday 31st inst.,
10:30 till 12; 2:30 to , and evening.
L. M. Averill,
Over Eastern Estate Tea Co, Rear Door.
I
!
aboir
Day!
Labor Day is the day we all celebrate. You 'will all need a
little trimming up for the occasion.
We are showing the fall shapes, in Lamson and Hubbard Soft
and Stiff Hats from $1.00 to $3.00.
The new shapes and colorings in Neckwear, 25c and 50c
A complete line of Monarch and Cluett Shirts at $1.00, $1.50
and $2.00. - -
Shaker .Knit Sweaters, all styles and colors. Remember that $
our line of Sweaters consists of the celebrated Starr Shaker Knit t
and the Sterling, none better.
t Our Fall Clothing is arriving daily and it will interest you.
Bear in mind that our Discount Sale will come to an end on
t 'Saturday evening, August 31. If you have not already taken
advantage of it-we invite you to do so. A big saving on all light
and medium weight goods.
i WE SHALL EXPECT YOU ON SATURDAY '
The Frank McWhorter Company 1
., Saturday sale to-morrow at Abbott's
Mrs. . E. Tift of Morrisville is spend
ing several days with relatives in Banc
and vicinity.
" The interest on the loans of the Barre
Savings Bank & Trust company will be
duo September 1.
S. O. Dolloph . of Dorchester, Mass.,
is visiting his daughter, Mrs. George B.
Holmes of east hill.
Football . match flve-a-side football
match, championship of the state, Inter
city park, Labor day.
Mrs. Joseph E. Weafer of East street
lett this morning for Mornsville, whore
she will visit relatives.
' Miss Florence Akeley of Lyndonville
arrived in the city yesterday for a few
.
ua;t unit Willi U'lHllWfl,
. Guy L. Johnson of Littleton, X. II
arrived in the city last evening by auto-
uiwiiue nr a snon visit.
ansa Uladya Larroll of Keith avenue
has teturned" home, after spending two
months at Old Orchard, Me."
Fred Reagan returned this morning -to
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., after spending
two weeks m Barre and vicinity.
Social dance in Miles' hall, Granit
ville, Saturday, August 31, under aus
pices of G. A. C. Gents, 50c; ladies,
tree. 5 ' . .
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Townsend of East
Montpelier left yesterday on an ex
tended automobile trip through Massa
chusetts.
Miss Loretta Collins returned 'this
morning to her home in Rutland, after
spending several days . with friends in
the city. .
During Col. Roosevelt's visit to Barre
to-morrow mornmr, electric cars will n
pass up and down Washington or South
Mam streets.
Willi G. Scott of Pearl street re
sumed his duties in Miers' barber shop
to-day, after passing a few, days at Mid
dlebury fair.
erinorrt Mutual policyholders are
asked to remember that assessments are
due on or before September 1. R. G.
Robinson, agent.
Miss Ida Bloom, who 'has been mak-
ng an extended stay with relatives in
Barre, left this morning for her homo
in Cincinnati, O.
Notice! Regular meeting of - the
Ladies' Auxiliary to Clun Cordon i
postponed from Monday, Sept. 2, to
Monday, Sept. 16.
The lots owned by Mrs. II. A. Duffy
on the French estate are to be sold at
auction Labor day. Sale will take place
-at in a. m. and l::vi n. m. -
Charles Riley, who has lieen pasiinu
several day as the guest of James Roach
of Pearl street, returned this morning
to his home in New York Ctf y.
l-abor day da no. will lie, held in How-
land hall. Riley's orchestra in attend-
nee. Dancing, 8 o'clock p. in. sharp.
I'er couple, 50c; extra ladies,, 10c. .
Miss Carrie Wheelock of North Main
street has returned . home from Wood
stock, where she attended the annual
convention of Vermont Cnivcrsalists.
Newg was received here yesterday of
the birth of a daughter, weighing teven
pounds, to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton G.
Moore, in Muncie, Ind., yesterday morn
ing. .
Miss Ruth Morse, who has lieen visit
ing at the home of B. W. Hooker of
I'ark street for few weeks, returned
yesterday to her home in Hartford,
Conn. :
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Haimter of Cleve
land, O., who- are making a tour of sev
eral New .Kmrland states in an auto
mobile, were visitors in the citv yester
day. i. '
Aaron Cohm of Burlington, who 1ms
been spending several days in the city
on business, left this morning for St.
Albans, where he will make a week'i
sta v.
From the mast which surmounts the
federal building, an American flag was
Hung to the breeze yesterday. The ban
ner will become a fixture over the new
postoffice.
Mrs. Ihomas darrity and little son,
Philip, of Maple avenue, returned home
last night, after upending several weeks
with relatives in West Quincy and Bog
ton, Mass. , i
Sadliep ofElm street has on lisplay
the latest New York designs in ladies,
misses and juniors' .fall and winter coats
and suits. Give us a call. No extra
charge for made-to-measure.
The ladies of -the Plamfield club will
meet with Mrs. F. G. Persons at South
Barre Friday evening. All those who
desire conveyance will meet at Mrs. W.
E. Perkins', 45 Elm street, at 0:45.
Robert D. Carpenter returned home
last night from Robinson, where he hns
been passing a two weeks' vacation with
his mother. Mr, Carpenter resumed his
duties at the fire station this morning.
Misses Katherine Phelps, Annie Ahcrn '
Beatrice Buglx-e, Clara Ewen, Anr.ic
Measer and Madine Rogers, retnrncd j
home last night from Littleton, N. H., :
where they hava been passing several
davs. - , '.
The Barre Citizens' band will give a
concert in the music stand on the park
to-morrow morning while the crowd
is awaitng the arrival of Col. Roosevelt
and party. The, concert will start at
8:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Fred H. Mann, who has . been
spending several weeks at the home of
icorge . Mann of Wellington street,
returned -yesterday to her home in Fast
Corinth, , where she will complete ar
rangements for vacating her farm, which
she recently sold.
At East Barre last n it'll t the Rnrrc
Skidoo team showed that it could come
back to form by- defeating the Foist
Barre Athletics, 8 to 7. The game was
hotly contested from the start. The
batteries were: Kenefick and .Comolli.
for the Skidoo outfit, and" F. Roark and
J. Roark for the home team.
Jack Clari, formerly of the I. A. C,
will be seen in the Granjteville lineup
Saturday on Goddard campus. Granite
ville now has one of the best team in
the state and will make a strong bid
for Saturday's game. A large crowd of
rooters will accompany the hill boys,
which w ill go to. make the game all ilih
more interesting.
Church of the (Jond Shepherd. W. J.
M. Beattie, rector. Next Sunday being
the first Sunday in September, the serv
ices of the church will all lie resume.!.
All the members of the choir are re
quested to present themselves on Sun
day morning. The services will be holy
communion and sermon at 10:30. Even
ing prayer and sermon on the labor ques
tion at 7 o'clock. Sunday school at
11:50. The rector will opnduct the serv
ices. .
The ladies' aid society of the Pres
byterian church will hold the rummage
da la in the vacant store in the Durkce
block, next door to Mrs. Miles' millin
ery parlors, instead of at the church,
aa previously announced. Th sale will
open at 1 p. m. on Thursday and Fri
day of this week and continue during
the afternoons and evenings of boili
days. Ladies will be at the store -nch
day from 10 a. m. All who are donat
ing articles please send them as earlyj
aa possible.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Latest new neckwear at Vaughan's.
Saturday sale to-morrow at Abbott's;
Kendi-iek'i cannnel ice cream makes
a delicious dessert to take home.
By express to-dav,wew fall house and
afternoon dresses. Paris Shirtwaist
House. , ' '
Limpor and medwurst has just ar
rived at Oscar Borgh's store 'on North
Main street.
Hon. Dudley Field Malone at the opera
house to-iiiglit. Democratic flag raising
at 7:30 o'clock.' .
The interest on the loans of the Barre
Savings Bank & Trust company will be
due September 1. ' .
Large'line of nigs'and art squares
just received at Hale's-specialty house
furnishing store, No. 113 Main' street.
Violins, bows, strings, bridges, muteu,
accordeons, harmonicas, iheet music. Bai
ley's Music Rooms, 14 Elm street,
phone 22-W. ' . , - ,
Don't -,inisa the rubber "game between
Graniteville and Barre A. C. on Goddard
campus, Saturday, Aug.' 31. Admission,
25c ; ladies, free.
Two bascJiail games on Labor day, In
tercity. park; East Barre A. C. vs. Barn
A. C. team; 10:30, a.' m.;'Logan Squares,
Montpelier. vs. Barre A. U.,' 4:15 p. m.
Mrs. Frank Minard, of Highland, ave
nue returned to this city yesterday aft
ernoon from Swanton,' where she wa
recently called by the death of a rela
tive. Alderman W. H. Ward, R. M. Murphy,
J. E. Mayes and John E. Hoban
left this morning in the former's auto
mobile for MiddTcburv, where they at
tended Addison county fair.
Fred Wi Suitor, Socialist candidate for
governor, and John Spareo of Old Ben
nington returned hVme lat night from
Mornsville, whore they spoke at La
moille county fair yesterday.
Attention: The Swedish Order of
Vasa will hold a public dance on Sat
nrday night in Knights of Columbus
hall. -Admission, 50c a couple; extra
Indies, 10c Gilbertson's orchestra,
three pieces. Refreshments.
While Col. Roosevelt is speaking on
the park to-morrow , morning, electric
cars will not pass up or down Wash
ington and South Main streets. Teams
and automobiles will lie barred from
Park street down to Main street.
Peaches, peaches! We have just un
loaded a part of a car of fancy Elberta
peaches, direct from the groves. They
are extra fancy for preserving at 90n
a basket or 1.10 a hox. Have tnem
either way. Our team will call around
with them. Diversi Fruit Co.
Rovetta, who for some time past has
been connected with the Italian A. C.
of this city, journeyed ' to Hardwick
yesterday and was sent to the mound
for Logan Square team, twirling the
latter part of th game against Hard
wick, which was won by the Montpelier
aggregation of ball tocsers by a score
of 8 to 5. Rovetta pitched the lat
seven innings and, according to report.
Ilowed but one hit. The Hardwick club
will play the return game in the near
future at Intercity park. .
A memorial service will he held in
the Hedding Methodist church Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock in honor of fthe
late General William Booth, founder of
the' Salvation Armv. The program of
the service is as follows: Singing, "My
Jesnn, I Love Thee," congregation ; pray
er, Rev. E. F. Newell; "When the Roll
Is Callc-I Fp Yonder,' congregation;
scripture reading; address by officer in
charge. Captain Frederic Parker; solo,
Boundless Salvation. Mrs. Willis Hall;
short addresses by C. S. Andrews, Rev.
G. H. Holt and others; short address by
local .clergyman; pledge of consecra
tion by chairman; "When I Survey the
Wondrous Cross," congregation.
tnHitiiitsHntntyinintt i
FOR SATURDAY SELLING
Muslins and Sash Rods at Special Prices
10 pieces Curtain Muslins, values up to 15c, for 10c
a yard.",, - v . , .V"v-":'"
12 dozen Brayton Sash Rods, 3 for 10c, made to re
tail at 10c each. . t ' - - '
All goods on rear center counter at 1-4 regular price,
consisting of odd lots of Crsets, Waists, Hosiery,'
Gloves, Laces, Baby Bonnets, Neckwear, Hair Orna
ments, Belts, Ribbons, Trimmings and Remnants.
These goods will all be gleaned up before Saturday
night. Better look them over. : "
Henry W. Knight : Barre, Vt.
Successor to Veale & Knignt. ; j
gcmaKaciiwascar
! LAST WEEK i
OF OUR
Wear
Hob Rubbers
naxt
winter
DREAMLAND
THEATRE
A MILE OF SMILES.
A Guardian's Luck
Heigh-ho for this breath of joy! An
: extraordinary mix-np of roaring
situations. "Funniest style imag
inable. .
The Would-bs Shriner
A comic incident. of the Shrine parade
at Los Angeles, Calif. "
OTHER FEATURES.
ADMISSION - - 5 CENTS
I Great Clearance Sale
Don't Miss It!
I UNION CLOTHING CO.
r
Co.
iosevef
will speak in the Park
Barre
City
Saturday
. Morning
Aug. 31, at 9.15
McDonald and Tavolato
AWAkENlXG."
FOX EATOX. Ili.nf.
J. JC. HOilAN fiMUent Mgr.
Tuesday, September 3d
Vi NCHE L L S M I T.H
.COME.pY.TRI UMPH,'
2 YEARS IN NEW YORK
I YEAR IN CHICAGO
Spscial Cast and Production
Prices: 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.
Seats on aale Friday night at 7 o'cteck.
nreaonfinn a musical comedy nlavlet. ' THE
LEZKI.LA TAVOLATO, the girl "with the diamond dresSea.
comedy. .
featuring MISS
Sinking, dancing and
1
Eddie Murray
The dancer that can sing and the singer that can dance.
An
HEAVEN AVENGES.
exceptionally strong Biograph
drama done in the true Biograph style.
faultless acting, beautiful scenery. A
story that is deep and powerful in
theme, n picture that will please ail
who see it.
Photoplays
THE VISION BEAUTIFUL.
Adapted from "The Legend Beautiful,1
Longfellow's famous poem. A picture
that, will enthrall the most hardened
picture fan and all who love the Xew
England poet's beautiful works. ( lt'a
one of the real features of the season.
ADMISSION,
MISS XONE GHIO,
10 -CENTS.
Pianist.
CHILDREN,
5 CENTS.
Electric Flat Irons
AT A PRICE
$2.98
Next Saturday, August 3 1 st
Sale will begin at 9 o'clock. This is your last chance
to get one at this price.
C. W. AVERILL & CO.
80-81 North Main Street. Telephone 439-W. Barre, Vermont

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