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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1912.
5 A Sale of Umbrellas for Saturday! 89c each ' ' This is an unusually good Umbrella at the price; they jhave a covering and handles much superior to the usual Umbrella of this price. At 89c each SO Ladies' Umbrellas, 26-inch frame, an ex tra quality American Taffeta cover, with tape edge, inlaid, icarved and trimmed mission handles, with silk tassels, an Umbrella that you will recognize as a $1.25 value. Wc bought a case of these Umbrellas and can offer them to you on Saturday for 89c each. Come in and make an early selection. PERRY (& CAMP. Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street, Barre. Vermont. 1 Brass Bed Economy ed Economy A pleasing exterior often covers a multitude of sins in a brass bed. You have to take the word of the dealer about the construction. If you get his personal guarantee you have practiced brass bed economy as never before. We warrant the soundness and SAFENESS OF EVERY BRASS BED WE SELL. The Construction is Above Suspicion and Designs are New Better yet, our stock embraces a wide variety of patterns among which is the one you've been think ing of buying or its counterpart. Wc are certainly proud of this showing for fall and winter of 1912-1913. Rope Portieres A large showing of Rope Portieres for fall just arrived. Single or double doors. Velour and spiral. Plain or combination colors. Shown in our drapery department. Prices $4.00 up B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers. :3txntt?ru utMu;ii.tt?nii;ti.nti3CHii."iiTiitui;ia TALK OF THE TOWN I - t .BASKETS! I t t Round Oak Clothes Baskets Saturday, September 7 1 . : i : 3C I One to a customer. Sale begins 1 p. m. REYNOLDS & SON,i HARDWARE, QUARRY AND MILL SUPPLIES,. BARRE, VT. $ Sir : 1 Bead Fitts' Saturday sate to-day. New fall goods at Vaughan's. Sale on outing flannel at once. See odv. At Vaughan's. Northfield fair, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Scut. 0, 10 and 11. Miss Helen Martin of Tremont street : visiting wth relatives in I'lainfield. Two aeroplane flights daily at North field fair next Tuesday and Wednes day. Fiano tuning George K. Beyerle is in the city for the week. Leave or ders here. Special day and House. prices on Saturday. house dresses Fri I'aris Shirtwaist Maple avenue left few days' business lAn Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results. New Fall Goods Including a new Import arrival of Fine China, which embraces new ideas for lovers of fine China. This assortment includes Olive Sets, Berry Sets, Celery Sets, Cake Sets, Salad Bowls, Chocolate Sets, etc Those wishing to solve the gift problem or deairing to find some practical dish, at a small cost, for their own use, will rind a satisfactory selection here. NEW SHOWING OF "WELLERS" POTTERY Giving exceptionally fine taste in the art of clay moulding. Just at this time of the year, when arranging your house plants for winter, these offer good suggestions at a moderate price. See Our Window Displays C. N. KENYON & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE F. K. Pailey of this morning oil a trip to Vergennes. William Revett of Hill street left this morning for Vergennes, where he will visit with friends for several days. Mrs. Timothy Holland, who hag been visiting in this city for the past few days, returned last night to Boston. We have just opened up a case of umbrellas that we shall put on sale Saturday for 80c each at Ferry's. A meeting of the Barre Rangers' foot ball club will be held in the pavilion Thursday night at 7 o'clock. Fer or der president. Regular meeting of Winnetta council, No. 10, D. of P., I. O. R. M Thursday, Sept. 5, at 7:30 o'clock. Adoption . Let all the degree team be present. Miss Mary McWhorter of Richardson street, who has been visiting at Cam bridge, N. V., for the past two weeks, is expected to return to this city to night. There is a good variety of sizes in children's lined shoes and felt slippers at extremely low prices this week at C. S. Andrews' shoe store, Main and Peail streets. Now is the time to engage your car for the state fair, flive your order early. Telephone or call and see the Ferry Automobile company. Satisfac tion guaranteed. A few weeks ago the Granitevvlle team won from the Italians. The Ital ians are out to wipe out this defeat Saturday at the Berlin street grounds. Game called at 3 o'clock. I Miss Blanche Spaulding has returned and will resume the teaching of music September 0, hoping to have all her former pupils and also new ones. The 'phono number is 462 3. A special meeting of Foreign Masons will be held in Masonic Jiall Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Business of im pfTtance will come before this meeting. lA't every member attend. Lamson Hyde of t'olebrook, N. H., who has been spending the summer at his home, is expected to arrive in this city to-morrow preparatory to re-entering Spaulding high school. Edward McLeod of Glenwood avenue is taking a week's vacation from bis du ties on the police force. He left this morning for Sherbrooke, P. Q., and oth rr points in eastern Canada. Zarka, the wonderful southpaw, will pitch for Graniteville Saturday against the Italian, arka is making a bet tcr record than anv pitcher that has located in these parts of late years, The ambulance of M. J. Whitoomb of East Barre was called to the home of Lawrence Williams in Granltevine ves terdav to take Mrs. Williams to the Heaton hospital in Montpelier, where she will undergo an operation. Mrs. Marion McDonald of Elm street, who has been spending the past few weeks with relatives at Milan, P. Q., has returned to this citv. She was ae rr.mpanied by her daughter. Annie, who has also been visiting at Milan. The Ther-Schmitt Aviation Co. of New York are to furnish the main attrac tion at Northfield fair next Tuesday end ednesday." Mr. Schmitt, who made such sensational flights at Middlebury fair last week, will be the cperator at Northfield. The condition of Henry Rock, the four-year-old son of William Rock of Granite street, who is lying at the City hospital as the result of injuries sus tained by being thrown from a horse on River street Tuesday night, was not as favorable to-day. Through an error in yesterday's Times, the little fellow's Mm read John W. Hia name is Henry W. Rock. "Three Twins" will be the offering at the opera house next Monday, Sept. V. "Three Twins" contains more musical hits than any other musical comedy. "The Yam a Umi Man" has been the most talked of musical novelty in many years. Mr. Ashton Stevens of the New York Journal said it wa the most ti tillating piece of stage business ever produced. TALK OF THE TOWN New outing flannels at Vaughan's. Big sale of blankets at once. See adv. Vaughan's. Silks at bargain prices. See them. Henry W. Knight's. Northfield fair, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 9, 10 and 11. Two aeroplane flights daily at North field fair next Tuesday and Wednes day. One hundred , and fifty new rugs and art squares just received at Hales, 118 North Main, street. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Connell have moved their household furniture from the Miles block into the Morses block. William Sampson of Spaulding street left Tuesday night for Chicago, where he has secured employment with a gran ite manufacturing concern. Mrs. Grace Chadwiek arrived in this city to-day from Boston and will visit for Borne time as the guest of Miss Ber nice Holmes of North Main street. Arthur Gilbert, Napoleon Isabell and Daniel Biledeau, who iiave been spending the summer at their homes in Granite ville and Websterville, left today for St. Johns, where they will resume their studies at a preparatory seminary. At 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Intercity park, with the weather per mitting, baseball teams representing the Odd Fellows of this city and the Odd Fellows of Montpelier will clash. This game is expected to draw a large crowd , as consifleraoie interest lias been mani fested already. "Hink" Wheeler, the stel lar Blue Sox twirlcr, will appear on the mound for the Barre team and Fred Heath will do the backstoping. Manager Hoffman of the' Barre A. C. completed arrangements this morning with the Logan Squares of Montpelier for Saturday. The game should be one of the best drawing cards that have been in the city this season. The Lo gan Square team has made an enviable record this season, numbering the 10th cavalry and the Hardwick A. C. among its victories. The Barre lads trimmed the- Montpelier aggregation at the La bor day picnic in a most exciting game by a score of 3 to 2. The game receipts are to be divided 60 percent to the win ner and 40 per cent to the loser. William B. Scott, secretary for the American Barred Plymouth Rock club for the state of Vermont, has received word from Henry D. Rilley of Strafford, Pa., that the club ribbons would 1e giv en at the Vermont state fair, held at White, River Junction, for the best shaped male, best colored male, best shaped female, best colored female. Any member who has not paid his yearly dues had better send them to any of the names mentioned above, a po one but paid up members will be eligible to compete for the beautiful silk ribbons. I To those who enjoy as I I their favorite dish I HALIBUT! A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. ! I Our 20th Anniversary Sale. Lasts Five Days. I Began Sept. 3d and Closes Saturday Night, Sept. 7th. Ail departments are stocked with NEW FALL goods. This starts our fall business. As each year our stock gets larger just so our Anniversary Sale gets larger. You get better values and more of them, a better place to buy your dry goods. T his sale gives you a chance to buy from departments advertised in this sale at a liberal saving in many instances at less than cost to us. This is our way of making these sales of great value to you. No matter how small the sale, we solicit your business. Friday, September 6 Blanket Day This Anniversary Sale of Blankets hig come to be looked forward to by the best buyers in this local ity. This makes twenty years that this Blanket Sale has been regularly held each year, gaining in volume as the trade from surrounding towns becames ac quainted with the qualities or prices offered. Ten-Quarter Blankets in white and grays this one day at, per pair ....39c Not more than two pairs to any one customer. Ten-Quarter Blankets in grays, our 75c Blanket. This one day at, per pair 59c Eleven-Quarter Blankets in gray, a $1.25 Blanket. This one day at, per pair 98c Twelve-Quarter Blankets, extra large, this one day at $1.35 One lot of New Bed Puffs, a $1.25 value, this day at 98c In connection with this sale, we are to put in four numbers in Outing Flannels that are very, very good. One lot of Unbleached Domet Flannel at, per yard 6c One lot of Bleached Domet Flannel, a good 8c value, this one day at, per yard 6c Cull early. One lot of Dark Colored Outing Flannel for linings or night robes. Now, per yard . ; 5c One lot of Light Ground Outing Flannel for night robes, an 8c grade, now, per yard 6 l-4e Four yards for ...25c On this one day, every Blanket in our store at a liberal discount. Don't forget the day. Saturday, September 7 Lace Curtains this week it is some thing par excellence. Eaitern Halibut, pound large steak, per j .23c 5 I I i Eastern Halibut, small steak, per S J oo I pounu. , : I Sword Fish, steak, pound. .. ,25c i Sword Fish, chop, pound.... 22c 2 Salmon, Oregon, pound. I ...35cJ J Blue Fish, pound 20c j i ni. j i n. in. I ivoca v.ou, pounu xwc-icj J Flounders, pound ..lUc i j Shore Hadaock. pound. 10c- 12c j 2 Oysters, pint 25c j Clams, pint , 18c j Lobsters, boiled, pint 35c J i ! ! I Clams, peck.. 50c I Saturday Morning If you will kindly telephone j early. SMITH & CUMINGS DEPARTMENT FOOD STORE This is the sale when we make our plans to give the trade some extra Lace Curtain values. The follow ing values will, we feel sure, appeal to you si some of the best values you have ever bought. At 40 per Pa'r are eTing two different pat terns in a 2',4-yard Nottingham Curtain. Is a special value at the regular price, 59c. For this one day at 40o At 59c per pair is a good wide Nottingham Cur tain that is three yards long. Is a neat pattern. Is our regular 87c Curtain. For this one day at 59c At 69c is a good White Nottingham Lace Curtain. It is three yards long and a good wide Cur tain. Is our regular $1.U0 Curtain. For this one day, per pair 9 At 79s is a Nottingham Curtain value that will appeal to you as one of the best at the price you have seen. Is a full-sire Curtain. Is our regu lar $1.25 Curtain. This one day, per pair, at only , 79o At $1 19 for this oiie day we will sell a full-size 3V-yard Nottingham Curtain in white. This is our "regular $1.75 Curtain. For this one day at only $1-19 At $1.29 we are giving you for this one day a fine Meeh Nottingham Lace Curtain in a good, full siie, S'j-yard length. Is a Curtain we sell at $2.00. For this one day only $129 in a fine Mesh 3Vi yards long At $2 29 we will give you the choice of three pat terns in a fine Net Cvirtain that sells at a regular way at $3.00. For this one day at only $2.29 For This One Day We Will Allow a Discount of Ten Per Cent on the Entire Stock. Ladies' Black Petticoats W&rn: fi ClOVt FIITINC 5KIST j IfKDIa .1 At $169 is Nottingham a couple of styles Lace Curtain. Is and a cood width. Is our For this one day at only regular $2.25 value. - $169 At $1.87 ' will give you the choice of three styles in a fine Nottingham Net Lace Curtain. Is ii yards long and a good, wide, full sire. Are Cur tains that sell in a regular way at $2.50. For . this one day at only $187 We have just received our full line of new fall Petticoats.. The new feature of Elite Glove-Fitting Petti coat will surely appeal to those who have had this most popular Petticoat as the finishing touch to a Petticoat that has been so popular. That you may get better acquaint ed with the new fit of this Glove- Fitting-Top Petticoat, we are making a liberal discount on these garments on this one day. At 79c each for this one day we will sell vou the Glove-Fitting Top Petticoat that is made of a fine quality cotton taffeta, and is our regular $1.00 Petticoat. Is a special. At ..790 At 98c we will give you your choice of a fine Ital ian or a fine Mercerized Petticoat with the Glove Fitting Top. Are a special value in a serge we are selling at $1.35. This one day at 98o At $169 is a fine Medium Weight Mercerized Petticoat with the new improved top. Is our reg ular $2.00 value. At $1.69 At $1.19 we will sell you for this one day a good weight Cotton Moreen Skirt, with the new im proved Glove-Fitting Top. This is a Petticoat we are selling as a special at $1.50. For this one day at only , $1.19 For this one day we will allow A Discount of Ten Per Cent, on all Petticoats But the $2.00 Silk, GOOD VALUES :' Plums for Canning This Week Hlue Damson Plums, per peck - 60c Half-bushel crates - - - - - $1.10 Mason Jars, pints, per dozen - - - - 60c Mason Jars, quarts, per dozen - 70c Lightning Jars, pints, per dozen - - - 80c Lightning Jars, quarts, per dozen - 90c Eighteen peunds Fine Sugar for - - - $1.00 Jelly Tumblers and Jar Rubbers. Three pounds of fresh-baked Cookies for 25c package Cream Lunch Crackers for -Three 10c packages Sunshine Biscuits for Two 15c packages Sunshine Biscuits for -Ladd's Cream Bread, three loaves for - 25c 20c 25c 25c 25c Remember these prices carry a five per cent discount and a three per cent rebate check if you pay cash and take the goods. Pay for what you get and get what you pay for. F. D. LADD COMPANY The above goods must not be sold or taken out on memorandum before day of sale. They must be here in stock as advertised. This is not a profit bearing sale. It brings the trade to our store to see New Fall Gods that we arc in better shape to show than ever before. Please read carefully the above and do not get mixed on the days of each sale. The earlier in the day you make your selection the better the assortment. i The Baylig'ht Store 1 TALK OF THE TOWN New silk dresses at Vaughan's. Kenneth Gale of Wellington street commenced work yesterday for the Ver mont Telephone and Telegraph com pany. Joseph Charles of Prepect street, who has been spending the past week with relatives at Whitefield, N. H., returned to this city this morning. One of the largest attendances of the season turned out to the concert by the Barre Citizens" band at the music stand in the city park last night. Prof. Earle L. Waterman of State College. Pa., arrived in this city, last night from Burlington for a visit at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I). S. Waterman, of Washington street. Miss Joanna Park, who has been vis itng at the home of her father, ;oige Parks, during the summer months, left this morning for Providence, R. I. Mis Parks will be on the teaching corps at the Warwick high school, situated in the suburbs of Providence, for another year. Mr. and Mrs. Charles LrPage of Beck ley hill left Monday on the ti. A. R. excursion to the national encampment at Ixs Angeles, Calif. Mrs. LePage is a delegate from the department of Ver mont, Ladies of the Grand Army. Mrs. Stlla Drown of Barre was also a mem- TALK OF THE TOWN New fall house dresses Paris Shirtwaist House. by expres. Northfield fair, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. V, 111 and II. Two aeroplajie flights daily at North field fair next Tuesday and Wednes day. Large A.-cortiiieiit rf hntia? dtei"es l.i percale, gingham and viat-h ergc. Paris Shirtwaist i louse. Remember to witness the t.raiiiti'ville A. C.-Italian A. C. baseball game Sat urday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the new I. A. C. ball park. The ladies' guild of the Church of thr Good Shepherd will meet in the church Thursday evening at 7:3l o'clock. A good attendance is desired. rOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED TO HKNTru ran tied from room to rent i M l'srk litre!. :i U WANTED A !( s bookkeeper bv an iperleneed ooio; In th cur pielrrre.t Adiirene or inquire of Houiecper, Ji". t frpauldiof Street, city. l.tJ TALK OF THE TOWN At the I'niversalist church next Sun day, the Orpheus quartet will sing "In cline Thine Ear," by Himmel, and Stew art's "Benedicte in" C; Dr. Jarvis and rrederic Edwards will sing, "The Lord Is My Light," by Dudley Buck, and Pmf. Wheaton will play ,'Le Chant d I Ccigne" by r.lumenthal," and Dr. Mile' ''Posthiile in F". Base Ball. i WANTKD Dead hnnt to tike a war In lUrre, atonipeiler Vleblrvilie. ,roiUYi,li and Kaal Sure. F. K. Unity, telephone eall, S6A-W. IKiuo LOHT Betwrea A. W. Allen's nffloe on Ma n Street and SO Averlll Street, via Church Ktreet. Mil f . ...n r Cab ImIiiu. V.a n. . M , ber of the excursion party, being a del iuke." cinder pieaaeleavjauhe lineaefflee. gate from the W. E, C I. A. C. Grpunds. Berlin 5:. Saturday, Sept. 7th taiian A. C vs. iiramteviiie Game Called at three o'clock Admission, 25 Cents