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rilK BARRE DAILY TIMES. HAUE. VT.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1912.
! House Dresses 75c Each
A Regular $1.00 Value
I Saturday Special at Perry's
! It is well worth your time to see these House Dresses.
You will surely want one of these.
75c Each House Dresses in grays, shepherd checks,
I navy blue; Collar and cuffs piped with white; made of a
'good quality percale; one of the best values in a House
' Dress we ever offered.
We have a pretty bio: lot f these House Dresses in all
! sizes, including 44 and 46, but would advise an early selection
TALK OF THE TOWN
Telephone
PERRY
258-W.
a CAMP.
75 Main Street. Barre, Vermont.
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Saturday Special
Extraordinary
The following advertisement appeared in a
last Sunday's Boston paper:
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500 Mission
Tabourettes
29c
Early Morning Sals
75c values. No Mail Orders.
No Telephone Orders. Nona
C. O. D.
In addition to the above advertisement they showed
an illustration of the Tabourette. This we have not
got. neither have we 500 of these Tabourettes, but we
have one gross twelve dozen, or one hundred and
forty-four Tabourettes in all, and we are going to sc
them Saturday at
Twenty-eight Cents Each
These Tabourettes are 18 inches high, have a 10-inch
top Mission Finish.
No Mail Orders No Telephone Orders
None C. O. D.
28C-WHILE THEY LAST-28C
B. W. Hooker & Co.
Vermont's Lirgest House Furnishers.
Ladies' new coats at Vaughau's.
Ladies' new hose; no seams. At the
Vaughnn Store.
Reliable pianos and organs for sale or
ro rent at Ji. A. UoulU s, tpauiciing
street.
A complete line of men's and boys'
fall caps received to-day by the Mc
Whorter Co.
Miss Bernice Wliitcomb of Beacon
street left this morning for ft short stay
at w iiiumstown
A. A. Smith of Perry street, who has
been visitinj? in Milan, 1. O., has re
turned to this city.
Vermont state fair next week. Speak
tor a car early and pick your day. t. h,,
Parker, Palace garage. Tel. 402-2.
Automobiles to rent for state fair.
For terms and dates, apply to H. B.
Houghton, fll Kim street. Tel. 169-1.
Jpseph Nelson of Merchant street, who
has been spending the paHt few days
at St. Johnnbury, returned last night.
Belle waints, Royal undermuslins,
$1.87, $1.98, $2.2!) and $2.73 values for
$1.39 Saturday only. Henry V. Knight.
The ladies' aid society of the Pres
byterian church will serve their annual
fall supper on Wednesday, September
23.
Baseball, Goddard campus. Saturday,
Sept. 14. St. Johnsbury vs. Barre A. C.
Game called at 3 p. m. Admission, 2.3c;
Indies, free.
Mrs. Marion Maiden of Merchant
street, who has been spending the sum
mer at Old Orchard, Me., returned to the
city last night.
Aaron Bermarr. who has been spend
ing the past week in this city on bus
iness, returned tins morning to his home
at Littleton, N. 11.
Saturday the Red Cross Pharmacy will
sell a Rexall watch for 93c. Every
watch sold with a guarantee. Just the
thing for everyday use. See their ad. In
thig issue.
William Campbell, who has been visit
ing with friends at Graniteville for the
past few days, passed through the city
to-day on his way to Burlington for a
few days' visit. '
J. C. Griggs, manager of the local
branch of the Phoenix Mutual Life In
surance company, left last night for Bur
lington, where he will remain for a few
days on business.
The condition of Battiste Colombo of
A. P. ABBOTT k CO.
A. P. ABBOTT & CO.
A. P. ABBOTT & CO.
A. P. ABBOTT & CO.
Saturday Sale, September 14th
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I This sale at this time is to do extra advertising by selling to the trade several
I things that at regular prices would not be sold. It is to make a busy Saturday t
t out of a quiet day, and this sale will surely catch those that like to buy well. I
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Three Bales of Cotton Batting. This is a good, clean, even Batting that
we have always sold at 12 l-2c. This one day at 10c per roll. A good time
to get ready for winter bedding. Also to go with this one lot of 6c Challie at
5c and one lot of 12 l-2c Silkoline at 9c per yard.
One lot of nearly yard wide Black Messaline Silk. This is our best one
dollar grade. This one day at 69c per yard.
our 12 l-2c grade.
Bolster place, who was operated on for
day night, is greatly improved and rapid
ippendicitis at the City hospital Tues-
One lot of All Pure Linen Crash, 17 inches wide
This Saturday at 10c per yard.
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The above prices are only for Saturday, Monday at regular prices again.
" The Baylig'ht Store j
TALK OF THE TOWN
Montpelier oemmary
RALLY
FOR SUCCESS
Elect your course at M. S.
College Preparation Business
Art Elocution Music
A Good Boarding School
OPENS SEPTEMBER 10, 1912
Send for Catalogue
E. A. COOPER
- - - - Acting Principal
UNDERTAKERS
Licensed Embalmers
NIGHT OR DAY CALLS
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
ATTENTION
PERRY & NOONAN
Depot Square, Telephones, 425-1-2-3
recovery is expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Letourneau of
Maple avenue returned to this city last
nicht from Sherbrooke. P. Q.. where
they have been spending the past three
weeks ft their former home.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Robbins re
turned last evening from their wedding
trio to (.Jlover, Albany and other plaeej
in normern ennoni ana are reKuuug on
the Robbins farm on the East Montpelier
road.
M. G. Gay, who has been spending the
past few days at his home at Randolph,
arrived in the city to-day and will twirl
for the Barre A. C. against the St. Johns
burv club to-morrow afternoon on the
seminary campus
Thursday's arrivals at the hotel Otis
were as follows: A. B. Tillinghast, New
York; George Campbell, Manchester;
George Thompson, Laeonia, X. H.j George
Mace, Boston; E. L. Wallen, Portland,
Me.; A. J. Payne, Burlington; G. A.
Payne, Burlington; H. G. Myman, Man
chester.
Mrs. James Black of Waanington
street and Mrs. Charles Barr left this
morning for Montreal, from which place
they will sail for a few months' visit
at their former home in Aberdeen, Scot
land. Mrs. Black and Mrs. Barr were
accompanied to Montreal by their hus
bands, who will return to this city Sun
day. Next Saturday the Barre A. C. will
cross bats with the strong St. Johns
bury A. O. on Goddard campus. St.
Johnsbury has the strongent team it has
had in years and is bound to give the
local team a hard battle. I.avassuer,
the young lefthander, has attracted con
siderable attention and it is generally
admitted that he will be seen in fast
company before long. Come out and
look him over. Admission, 25c; ladiem,
free.
Workmen are engaged in repairing the
piece of road in the town of Berlin just
below the Central Vermont grade cross
ing at Dodge's bridge, on the road to
Montpelier. For some time past thu
stretch of road has been in poor condi
tion. The road has been underdrained
with stone and two corrugated iron cul
verts have been laid to replace the for
mer wooden box drains. The stretch,
which is about 500 feet In length, has
been widened to 21 teet, the regulation
width for state roads and has been
graded. A foot of the best gravel has
been used for a coating.
Automobile for hire, by the day or
hour; fine, new Buick car, can carry
five passengers; will go anywliere. Jones
at JSye i livery siaoie. uepoi BijuBre.
Championship of the state to be de
cided Saturday at Intercity park, where
the Italian A. C. and the Ilardwick A.
A. meets for the final and deciding game
at 3 p. m.
Sidney E. Spafford leaves this week
for western New York, where a bumper
crop of peaches are ripening. He will se
lect and brind several thousand large
27-pound wood-top baskets of the best
Klberta Peaches grown. Wait and watch
The Times for date of arrival. Prices
will be right. Sidney E. Spafford, Fruit
and Produce, Barre, Vt. i
TALK OF THE TOWN
Corsets, Red fern and Warner' rust
proof, i'ree fitting by an expert cor
setiere. Select your model now for
future purchase if you wish. Henry W.
Knight.
The game at Intercity park Satur
day t 3 p. m.. between Hardwick and
the Italians, will no doubt prove to be
one of the hardest fought baseball games
of the season.
Sidney E. Spafford leaves this week
for western New York, where a bumper
crop of peaches are ripening. He win se
lect and brand several thousand large
22-pound wood-top baskets of the best
Elberta Peaches grown. Wait and watch
The Times for date of arrival. Prices
will be right. Sidney E. Spafford, Fruit
and Produce, Barre, Vt.
l You can buy many articles at cost f
TALK OF THE TOWN
Corset special
Vaughan Store.
on Saturday at the
Things You Should
Know
Six bars of Babbitt's Soap and
one can of Cleanser. .. .25c
Two cans of Tomatoes. . .25c
One peck nice Potatoes.. 15c
Ten pounds of Street Pota
toes for 25c
Four pounds loose Raisins 25c
Drown's Drug Store f
offers cut prices on patent medicines
teg Price Our Price
CASTORIA FLETCHERS -33 23
SYRUP OF FIGS CALIFORNIA .50 .39
DOAN S KIDNEY PILLS 50 .39
ATWOQjyS BITTERS 25 .17
FATHER JOHN'S 100 .71
SWAMP ROOT LOO .69
BEECHAM'S PILLS y .25 .17
FELLOWS SYRUP .'..1.50 105
SCOTT'S EMULSION ..100 .69
IIORLICK'S MALTED MILK "... 1.00 .75
MELLINS' FOOD v. .75 .55
HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA .1.00 .76
MINARD'S LINIMENT ' 25 .17
SAL. IIEPATICA -25 .21
PINKHAM'S COMPOUND 100 .71
DANDERINE -50 .41
PERUNA 100 .69
MERCK'S MILK SUGAR. -35
DIAPETSIN 0 . 39
DEWITT'S KIDNEY PILLS LOO .61
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Rebate checks given
all cash purchases.
with
F. E. NICHOLS & SON,
THE NORTH EABRE GROCERS.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Big sale of sweaters begins Friday and
Saturday at Vaughan's.
Saturday will be your only chance to
see St. Johnsbury this season, so don's
miss it. Come to the campus and see
good ball game. Admission, 25c; ladies,
free.
BARRE OPERA HOUSE
TOX A EATOX, Leiues.
J. K. HOB AM Reddest Mgr.
Saturday Night, Sept 14th
The F. S. Story
PHOTOPLAY
SIX-BIG REELS SIX
Doors open at 7:30 o'clock.
Show begin at 8 o'clock.
ADMISSION, 10c CHILDREN, 5c
Instruct Your Children to Come Here For Their
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
We cater to the demands of the teachers in the public
schools, who inform us as to the proper supplies to carry.
Different studies require different styles of note books,
the same applies to different grades; we have these differ-
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cut k.iuu at uuKicm i-Hn.cs 10 meet uic ucmaim ut 111c
teachers and pupils.
You can send your children to this store with perfect
confidence that they are buying the proper supplies to
comply with their studies.
Find out if this statement is not true.
For
Saturday !
j September 14 j
2 Dozen Sweet Corn 25c j
10 pounds Sweet Potatos 25c
Large Baskets Concord Grapes., 20c J
! Large Cauliflowers 10 to 20c
Crab Apples, per peck 20c j
! Boston Celery (extra nice) . per
hllnpYl ?A. I
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I Shell Beans 4 quarts for 25e
Buy your supply of
TALCUM POWDERS
at these cut prices:
Keg. Price Our Pries
COLGATES 25 .15
SANITOL 23 .15
COMFORT 25 .17
MENKEN'S J.... .23 .17
CORYLOPSIS 23 .15
EUTirVMOL .25 .15
SQUIBBS 25 .19
SODENTA 25 .10
Take good care of your
teeth and they will take
good care of you. These
prices will help you.
Beg. Price Our Price
LYON S 25
HOOD'S 25
COLGATE'S 25
CALOX 25
SANITOL 25
SOZODONT 25
ALDER'S 25
BROWN'S 23
Tooth Pastes at the above
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19 f
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19 1
.19 J
19 X
prices.
C. N. KENYON & GO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE
Fish stories as told by some are
not very true, however, when we say
that our Fish is freh, and best in
J all respects, you don't have to takejkmr j
word. Jut buy some of us and prove
it. Oysters and Lobters are cer
tainly fine at this time of the year.
3 pounds of Oyster Crackers. ,. ,2E
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are just what we handle. Extra nice J
. Western Beef, Native Pork, Veal,
I Lamb, Chickens and Fowls, etc.
FRESH MEATS
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SMITH & CUMINGS !
GOOD THINGS TO EAT. J
I Our Bread is Tip Top.
! Fruit Loaf lOc
ponge Cakes 10 and 20c ech.
lace, Oriental, Heavy Dark Fruit
jand Lady Cakes for Saturday.
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Manicure Goods
We have positively the largest stock of these goods to
be found in the whole state of Vermont, and at prices
astonishingly low.
Writing Papers
New boxes iust received at from 17 cents to 39 cents.
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Tomorrow Saturday
we are going to give to the first one hundred lady cus
f tomers whose purchase amounts to 50c or more, a high
grade flexible Nail File, the retail value of which is 25c.
MONARCH
BRAND I
OOFING
SOLVES
THE ROOFING
PROBLEM
I
Made in 1, 2, 3 and 4 ply. Come in
and let us tell you more about it.
Get our prices, they will interestyou.
THE N. D. PHELPS CO.
Telephone 29 Barre, Vermont
We want your business and at these prices ought to get it.
DROWN'S DRUG STORE
43 North Main Street
Barre, Vermont
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GOOD VALUES
Ten pounds Fancy Sweet Potatoes for - - 25c
Native Corn, per dozen - - - - - 15c
New Cranberries, two quarts for ... 25c
Pickling Onions, white pearl ones, per pound 10c
Cauliflowers, all sizes, from - - 5c to 25c
Bell, Sweet and Squash Peppers, per pound 10c
Crisp Celery, per bunch - - - - - 15c
Fresh Oysters Today
Three pounds Oyster Crackers for 25c
Ripe Bananas, sixteen for - - - 25c
Ripe Bananas, small ones, per dozen - - - 12c
Malaga Grapes, per pound - - - - 10c
Concord and Niagara Basket Grapes - - 18c
Delaware Grapes in baskets - 20c
Plain, Fruit, Nut, Light and Dark Cake, per lb. 15c
Ladd's Cream Bread, three loaves for - 25c
42-piece Dinner Set with $25.00 in checks for $2.68
24 piece Colonial Tea Set with $2S in checks for $2.50
Our cash rebates are from 25 to 50 dollars per day.
Are you getting your share?
Laft call on Plums!
We expect a lot of Fancy Peaches for canning next week
F. D. LADD COMPANY

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