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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1912.
5 New Lot of House Dresses 0 We have just opened up a new lot of House Dresses ( domestic make. ) These House Dresses will fit right; they will wear right, and the prices are right. Let us show you these House Dresses in percale, gingham, etc., at $1.00, $1.25. $1.50, $1.75, $1.98, $2.50. TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY Telephone 258-W. GAMP, 75 Main Street. Barre, Vermont. c;?t:K:;tu:;i:.t:t:g;:::nn:::;:;n;;:a!nin::atn;::::: Spread Good Thick Linoleum Your kitchen work will tire you less if you put down good linoleum. Linoleum is made of cork and oil. It has a spring to it that softens the constant pounding of your heels on the hard wooden floor. Good linoleum costs little more than a shoddy grade; costs less than a rug; is sanitary and wears for years. Put linoleum on your kitchen floor. It protects the paint and makes your work less. Printed grade 50c, 60c and 75c per yard. Inlaid grade, 90c, $1.00, 1.25, 1.50 per yard. We carry in stock both the imported and domestic linoleums. the or fall two Put Up the Curtains You will need new portiers perhaps when "cleaning" is done new lace curtains for one rooms curtain poles and rings. You'll want something our drapery section can sup ply more quickly and cheaply than you can get it else where. You'll find an unusual exhibit of fine lace curtains and new patterns in scrim. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers. Buy your knitting yarn in the sale t Vaiigiian'a. ' W. T. Pratt of South Ryegate was a Bane visitor to-day. ; If you want a wool drew, see Abbott's line of the new models. H. G. Bennett went to Derby Line this morning on a few days' business visit. Edward A. Folsnm. returned to Marsh field last night, after a short visit in the city. David L'Keuyer of Burlington was among the business visitors in the city yesterday. One hundred and fifty new rues and art squares just received at Hales, 118 North. Ma in street. Louis McMahon of Burlington, well known in this vicinity, was among the Harre visitors yesterday. Edward finnev or Hrook street was able to be out of doors yesterday, after a week s confinement by illness. Guy Pillsbury returned last night to his home in Marshtield, after spending a tew days with mends in the city. Kev. h. O. Sherburne of Burlington returned home last night, after spending a lew days witn friends m the city. Just in, a fresh lot of Concord grapes from the vineyards. On sale at two baskets for 25c at Diversi Fruit Co. Miss Grace Pease returned yesterday to her home in St. Johnsbury, after a few days' visit with friends in the city. Mrs. Martha Sibley of Newport ar rived in the city last night for a week's visit with friends in Barre and East Barre. Miss Mary Ttember returned this morning to her home in St. Johnsbury, after passing a week with friends in the city. G. Berardinelli, solo farmaoista itall- ano debitaniente registrato nello Stato del Vermont. Farmacia Italiana, Zan leoni block. Mr. and Mrs. Fred.Brault returned vesterdav to their home in St. Johns- bury, after passing a week with friends in the city. Milo S. Burnell of Lincoln, N. H., arrived in the city to-day for a week's visit with his brother, Orin 0. Burnell of Franklin street. Louis R. Tomasi, who recently finished work in this city, left to-day for Bur lington, where he will enter the univer sity of Vermont. Come down to the Prcsbvferian church on Wednesday evening and be served a good old-fashioned supper. Read the menu in to-dav's issue. I A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. RELIABILITY Our business is founded and run on the principle that it is far better to make our customers than merely to make sales. Everything we buy and show must conform to this principle. The question with us is not "Will it sell?" 2 b.ut "Will it make a friend for the store? Will it give the customers full value for the amount of money expended?" t TM .i. i r i i . ' .. . . .l . .. ...in I. .t a. ! . t vvnat you tninic 01 your purcnase toaay is not so important to us as wnai you wm minn ui u next wcck, next montn ; or next year. For this reason we naturally incline toward these goods that we know by experience will give satis- t faction, or those that are guaranteed by their makers. The goods we advertise and those we offer for sale we know I will give you full value for the money expended, ana even more. The following goods we want to bring to your mind as those that we are very strong on just now. MUNSING UNDERWEAR Xo cheaper good Underwear on the market. Children's Pants and Shirts at 50a each. Union Suits at 50c and $1 00 each. 50c Union Suits have drop scats. Ladies' Vests and Pants in whit or ecru at 50c for heavy fleeced and Id 100 for wool. Union Suits in bleached at $100; in ecru at same price. Heavy wool from $2 00 up to $3 OO each. You can very readily see that these Munsing prices are very low. We have all of this Munsing Un derwear in sizes 7, 8 and 1), the largest made, so that large and extra large people can get just as good an assortment as smaller people. We have been selling Munsing Un derwear ever since their mill begun to sell the eastern trade. Our cus tomers liv proved to us its real merit. We are now asking you to give it a trial. WOOL DRESSES We are still talking Wool Dresses. The reason we are saying so much about these Dresses is because we have an exceptionally good line, and at prices that appeal to those we have shown them to as the best val ues they have seen. When you can buy for $5.75 an All Wool Serge in all colors, made in a good style and of a model that fits like a Dress you would pay f 10.00 for, you cannot afford to be with out one. The $7.75 models are a nice tailored style Dress. Are made apd draped over live models, thus insur ing a perfect fitting Dress. At $8.50 are two extremely good models. These are Dresses that are made by practical Dress people, and the fit of them gives them the style. At $10 00 and $12 OO are a number of good models in Serge Dresses that are neat and are finished with braid and lace yokes and collar. LADIES' SEPARATE SKIRTS We received to-day Corduroy model that See them. .new Brown very good. t t We have just received a largo in-. voice of our new Fall Skirts.- Here 4 is a line of Skirts that is made by 1 Xew England people and are cspe- J cially designed for the New England 4 trade. When you buy one of these 2 Skirts you get a garment that is i made in the best of style and of a material that will wear extra well. At $398 is a special Chiffon f Panama Skirt. Is made in one of i the new fall models and of a fine all wool cloth. At $5.50 is one of the new mod- X els made from a good quality all wool American Mills serge. This is J a good value. At $5.75 are three new models J that are made up from a fine all wool X serge. Are made in the new mod els with the outlet plate at the bot tom, which gives the new shape to the skirt. At $7-50 and $7.75 are four new models in a Skirt that will appeal to you as of an extra good value. These Skirts come in blacks, blues, browns and mixtures. t 4 : : FARM TALK 1 v.'- s u You have a lot of things now to make the pigs thrive small potatoes, apple, pumpkins, corn, etc., etc., and the way to cook these things is in a "Farmer'l Boiler." Don't monopolize the kitchen stove, and then holler because dinner isn't ready on time a SO gal. Boiler only costs 12.50, and it will be useful for heat ing water when you come to dress these same pigs. Buy one of these Boiler!, nd you will wonder how you ever got along without it. A. W. ALLEN, Averill Mills An Advertisement in the Times ill Bring Sure Results. NEW FALL SHOWING OF Back Combs, Barrettes, Comb Sets Which will be of interest to those desiring useful and practical conveniences for hair dressing. The quality is the best and the prices will appeal to every one. Note this display in our window. NOTICE We shall have some inter esting prices in Toilet Articles in a few days. G. N. KENYON & GO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dean of Belfast, Me., who are making an extended stay in different towns in this vicinify, were visitors in Barre yesterday. The ladiej of the I. O. 0. L., M. IT., will hold a fair in Howland hall October 2, 3, 4 and 5. Riley's orchestra will furnish, music each evening. I eter olabcrim, who is employed in Plainfield, returned to his work yester day, after a short visit at the home of his mother on toss street. Mii-s Queenie Macarthur. who has been passing several weeks with relatives in Quebec and the northern provinces, ha returned to her home in Grarntcville. Automobile for hire, by the dsy or hour; fine, new Buick car, can carry five passengers; will go anywhere. Jones 4 Nye's livery stable. Deoot square. C. E. Pierson lias returned to his home in Saratoga Springs, X. Y., after sev eral days' visit at the home of his sis ter, Mrs. E. A. Camp of Washington street. Automobiles for the Brattleboro fair, a Ford model P and a six-cylinder Mitch ell, with good, competent drivers, (iet your orders in early. The Perry Auto mobile company. John Karkanede. who has been con nected with the American Fruit store for several seasons, left last night for New York, whence lie will sail Thursday for his former home in Greece, to remain for a year. Mr. Karkanedes returns to his native land in quest of health. Members of the Barre Socialist local are vigorously pushing the sale of sea son tickets for the propaganda lecture course to be conducted during the win ter. It is not yet known definitely whether the lectures will be held at the opera house, or in the various churches, after the plan of last winter. Tentative negotiations between L. J. Counter and James Roach for the sale of the Pavilion theatre on Pearl street arc hanging Are, owing to minor matters to be settled between the present pro prietors. Mr. Counter bargained for the business Saturday and was to have tak en possession yesterday. Two picked teams from among the as sociation football players in Barre will be picked to play a match at Mont- pelier's Columbus day celebration this year. It is expected that the two teams will be chosen trom among the football men who participated in the matches at Intercity park Labor day. James Gibson was arraigned before Judge H. W. Scott in city court last night on a breach of peace charge, to which the respondent pleaded guilty. The court fined the young man $5 and costs of $5.30, the latter haying grown to $6.29, when , the respondent arranged to pay, alter spending the night at police headquarters. It was alleged that Gibson administered a black eve to his opponent, said to have taken place Sat urday night, lie w as arrested by I hie fMiicIair on a warrant issued by Grand Juror Hugh IL Carpenter. Do vou intend seeing "Bunty" which comes to the opera house tonight! If so. get in line at the first opportunity. That is, if you are a theatre goer, and looking for good things. "Bunty" is one of the real live products of the stage. That is, it is not "stagey," just a visit to "Hieland folks." They may be strange to you, but you will like them, and as for "Bunty," she is the cleverest politician that ever visited Barre. She has her "hat in the ring" from the beginning to the end of the play, and she makes good every minute. "Bunty" is so thoroughly Scotch, so fearfully un-American that she reminds one of eating old fashioned taffy. It is "all over" before you get the taste, and keeps you longing for more. t We are now showing one of the largest and best lines of Ladies and Children's Coats we have ever had. Here - 1 . 1.. ... .1 1,..- v-.-1Tr. f l-ifcf- rlecionc you will nna some extrcmciy new auu yuyujm muum w.6.., The Daylig'ht Store j Menu for Chicken Pie Supper at Hedding M. E. Church Wednesday. Chicken Pie. Cabbage Salad. Beet Salad. Hot Rolls. ' Pickles. Cream Cakes. Assorted Cakes. Fruit. Coffee. Tickets, 25c. TALK OF THE TOWN Bv express, more of those sweater 1 fct Vaughan's. W. W. Sutton and B. G. Bass were visitors in Cabot to-day. Mrs. H. S. Miles left to-day for New York, where she will purchase mil linery goods. Remember 'the food sale and supper at the Presbyterian church on Wednes day evening. Alt goods in the atone reduced. Good time to buy your winter goods at The Yaughan Store. We have a few good peaches left at j 75c a basket. These are absolutely sound. At Diversi Fruit Co. Mrs. Mary Garvey of Summer street has returned home, after spending sev eral days with friends in St. Albans. Alfred A. Lamorey of Cliff street left last night for Boston, where he will re main for a few days' business visit. Joseph Jenkins and two sons. Reginald and Wayne, left to-day for Dcleraine, Man., where they will make their home. Mrs. Jerome Galli and little daughter left this forenoon for New lork, where they will visit relatives for two weeks. Mrs. T. E. Sullivan returned last night to her home in Manchester, K, H., after passing several days with friends in the city. A meeting of the Progressive club will be held at the party headquarters in the Worthen building to-morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Fred Mears, who has been spend ing several days at No. 19 South Main street, has returned to her home in Ha verhill, Mass. The company "which presents "Bunty Pulls the String" in the opera house to night arrived in the city to-day from Granville, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. George Battles returned this morning to their home in Mclndoe, after spending several days with rela tives in the city. Mrs. James Bennett and little daugh ter, Clair, of Summer street have re turned home, after spending several days with relatives m Hardwick. Hyder Habeb of Prospect street left this morning on a two weeks' business trip through Peaeham and Barnet in tl e . . r . 1 . : . . l . V : interests 01 me .nraerieau tiuiumg store. John F. Sadlier, who conducts a mer cantile business on Elm street, has opened a branch store at Granitcville, which will be in charge of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Prescott of llliamstown for a time. The Philathea class of the Congrega tional church will have a supper Fri day, Sept. 27, at 6 p. m., to be followed by the annual business meeting and elec tion of officers. Come prepared to pay dues. If unable to be present, please notify the president, Mrs. Woodruff. TALK OF THE TOWN See the new trimmings of the latest design at Abbott's. Ladies' cloth, all colors, 56 jnche wide, 45e per yard, at Vaughan's. The ladies' aid of the Congregational church will hold their annual harvest supper on Tuesday evening, Sept. 24, from 8:30 to 7 o'clock. Supper, 25e. EAST MONTPELIER. The regular meeting of the Fast Mont pelier grange will be held Wednesday evening from 8 until 9 o'clock, when sev. en candidates will be given the third and fourth degrees. After the meeting, a wedding reception will be given Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Bobbins. BARRE! OPERA HOUES rOX A EATOS. Lsmsm. J. K. HOB AN BMldent Mr. Tuesday, Sept. 24th Mcssra. Shubert and William A. Brady Announce the First Appearance in Barre of the Successful Unique Comedy "Bunty Pulls The Strings" BY GRAHAM MOFFAT Direct from a year's successful run at Collier's theatre, New Y'ork City, and acted by a speci.illy imported company of 35 Scotch players. Seats on sale Friday night at 7 o'clock at Kendrick"a (Barre) and Buswell's (Montpelicr). A guaranteed attraction. Prices, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 The place that grew on quality, va riety and cleanliness. A trial of our goods will convince you that what h we say is absolutely true. Try our Bread, the only of its kind in Barre, and you will use no other. We wish to thank you for your past ap preciation of our good goods, and hope that many of you who have not tried our goods will do so at once and see the difference, j r" C. A. CARON Telephone 12-M Campbell Block ntnmtm IF you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in The Times jPEACHESj i Have Arrived ! The new program of vaudeville at the Pavilion furnished a very amusing en tertainment for the patrons of that theatre last night. Both acts are of a comedy nature and were good. The Weston sisters offer an unusual sister act, consisting of harmony singing and comedy, in which they completely won the audience. Their singing numbers are nicely rendered and the comedy con tains many hearty laugh. Stewart & Stewart presented a comedy musical act in which good musical selections and black face comedy were offered. As an extra added feature for to-morrow night, the Pavilion Stock company, con sisting of J. N. Gall, G. H. Douglass and. O. G. Burnell, will present the com edy sketch, "The Lawyer's Dilemma." The comedy part of the act will be play ed by O. (J. Burnell, who ia well known in the city. Great pains are being taken to make it the best amateur sketch ever seen in the city. W. H. Duthie is man aging the company and with the other members is making every effort possible to- make it a bin hit. Jand they are the finest-j ! flavored and best lot of fancy J ! Albertas that we ever had. I ! Come in and see them; j !Thcy are so good they will I ! go quick. Order what you j I I DID YOU SEE THOSE 25c each?! want to put up now. I ! Brooms I j Cranberries, per quart, lOcj ! Sweet Potatoes, 13 lb.. 25c j I. t . .Crab Apples, per peck, 20c I I Potatoes, per bushel - 75c J 3 i ; Onions, per peck - - 3Uc. I i SMITH & CUMINGS i GOOD THINGS TO EAT. GOOD VALUES Peaches large baskets of Fancy Elberta, ' free-stones, and the best of the season, $1. 10 Full-sized baskets of Concord Grapes, two for - 25c Native Sweet Corn, two dozen for ... 25c Native -grown Potatoes, per peck - - - 18c Thirteen pounds Extra Fancy Sweet Potatoes for 25c Cape Cod Cranberries are fine; per quart - 10c New Comb Honey, per box - - - - 22c Pickling Onions, Cauliflowers, and Green and Red Peppers. New Connecticut River Onions, No. 1, per peck, 25c New Onions (small but all sound), per peck - 1 5c It pays to pay cash and pay for what you get and get what you pay for. F. D. LADD COMPANY i