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THE BAItRK DAILY TIMES. HARRE, VT.. SATURDAY. SEFTEMHliK 28, 1912.
GINGHAMS 9c PER YARD s Regular 12 12c Quality. 500 yards Ginghams (Bates) which always sells for 12 1-2 a yard. This is an opportunity for you to save money; pret ty checks, stripes, etc. Better make an early selection, 42c yard Tussah Silk reduced to 21c per yard. , 3 pieces Tussah Silk in gray, Copenhagen, blue and jas per, that is worth 42c a yard, to close the lot at 21c a yard. PERRY O. CAMP. Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street. Barre, Vermont. 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; g 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. Put Up the Curtains You will need new portiers perhaps when the fall "cleaning" is done new lace curtains for one or two fj 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- jj where. jj You'll find an unusual exhibit of fine lace curtains fj and new patterns in scrim. B.W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers. jssm HODS 48th SATURDAY SALE f Galvanized Iron COAL v 10 Cents Only one to a customer t Sale begins at 1 o'clock REYNOLDS & SON HARDWARE, QUARRY AND MILL SUPPLIES, BARRE, VERMONT. "The Solid Comfort of Your Home" will be improved about 100 per cent if you choose your furniture from our present stock. For the sleeping room we have Princess Dressers in Circassian, walnut, mahogany, birch and oak, with chiffonier to match, from $16.50 to $30.00 each. Chamber Suites in all woods, $24.00 to $75.00. Agents for the famous "Ideal" Springs, also for the "Thermo" Silk Floss Mattress "the best made." LET US SHOW YOU A. W. BADGER & CO., Furnishing Undertakers and Embalmers TBI BEST OF AHBILANCE SERVICE Ttlepheie 447-11 ftlarae Block NEW NOVELTIES Practical and niefal, for the convenience of everyone. No banting around the house for matches or bothering with them in your pocket THE "PRESTO" POCKET LIGHTER Cannot eet out of order. Simply perfect and perfectly simple. Only 25c each THE "MAGIC HOUSEHOLD LIGHTER Hang by your gas stove or any other desired place in the house. A wonderful invention. Only 25c each. THE "MAGIC" TABLE LIGHTER A practical and unique lighting device combined with a useful ash tray. An ornament to the home; a pleasure to the den or smoking room. At 50c each. See these wonderful lighters and learn the convenience they afford to both old and young. Throw away the match safe and overcome the danger of matches. C, N. KENYON & GO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE TALK OF THE TOWN Miinsiiitf underwear at Abbott'. Boston excursion. See ml., pnge 8.( See the new silk waiste ta Yatiglian's. Opening at Fitta' to-day and Monday. Shoe shining outfits, 2."c values for 15c. Saturday at Tilden's. Notice: All goods in the store reduced in the sale. Buy nt Vatiglinn's. Ir. George H. Spiller, optician, w ill be at the City hotel, Barre, Oct. 1st. One hundred and fifty new rugs. and srt squares just received at Hales, 118 North Min street. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore have re turned home, after spending several day in Boston and vicinity. There will be a meeting of the Olenu gie club held in Woodmen's hall Mon dav Sent. 30. at 7:30 n. 111. Baby's soft sole shoes, 35c and 50e values' at 23c, at Tilden's Saturday aft ernoon between 2 and 5 p. m. William Haddiean of Brooklyn street returned home yesterday, after spending (i few dava with friends in ortnneW Auction sale of 34 head of cattle for Bingham Marvin, near Barre Transfer on Monday, Sept. 30. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. (i. Berardinelli. solo farmacista itall- ano debitamente reffistrato nello Stato del Vermont. Farmacia Italiana, Zan- leoni block, (iuv B. Collins of Cambridge, Mass representative of the KeeLox Co. of Bos ton, was a business visitor in the city yesterday. C. F. Smith left this morning for Wa terbury Center, where he will conduct an auction sale of the Bryan estate prop erty this fiftornoon. Do not miss the executor's sale at auction on Flm street, Oct. 1, of thosj nice nroncrtics that belonc to the Slier hurne estate. Look them over before the sale. If the party who called to look at an Tvers & Pond piano last week will call this week, their wish will be gratified, as wc have one on the floor at the present time. Bailey's Music Rooms, 14 Elm street, Barre, Vt. 'Phone 22-W. H. J. The members of the Bansy class of the Baptist Sunday school, Mrs. F. F. Cave, teacher, were entertained by Miss Marion Taylor at the home of her grandmother, -Mrs. Trior, on North Main street, yesterday afternoon. There were games and music and lunch was served. It was a very enjoyable time. Mrs. 'Nelson-Church wishes to an nounce that she will have no formal opening of Correct Millinery this fall. New millinery will be shown every day and special attention will tie given to niade-to-order hats. All trimmed hats will be made at the store workroom un der the personal supervision of Mrs. F. It. Patch, whose work has proved very satisfactory during the past three sea sons. Special display of the popular New York ready-to-wear hats in cor duroy, Scottish plaids, etc. Ready-to-wear garments; Visit our sec ond floor at Vauglmn's. A. T. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. era House Wednesday Oct. 2 Direct from a second run at t h e Park and Mollis theatres Bos tan ! First Barre Appearance of America's greatest comedienne, t lfl!Uk i A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. Styles That Last Good style is as necessary in your fall suit or coat as salt in your food. Good style appeals to cood taste but good tailoring and good materi als are absolutely necessary to insure service and lasting satisfaction. Every day now brings new models into our garment department, and in the already large assortment of these garments we have taken lots of pains to have the garments that not only have the style of cut, but the ones that arc made by real tailors, thus giving the style and shape which in sures wearing qualities. We are showing one of the largest lines of Ladies' Wool Dresses it has ever been our pleasure to display. These arc a dress that fits in nice shape, and the prices are from $5,75 to $15.00. Couch Covers and Portieres If you want a Couch Cover in any quality or colorings. You can surely get pleased from our new line of these ART LOOM goods. At $1.75 is a very good value in a heavy Tapestry Cover in the Bag dad designs, with fringe. At $200 is a heavy, regulation sized Tapestry Couch Cover. These Covers are in a number of popular colorings, also in the new browns. At from $225 to $14.00 can give you almost any kind or quality of Couch Cover you may want. We have a few extra good values in a heavy yarn mercerized Porti ere. These are in the plain colors, with the heavy mercerized raised pat terns. Here is a good $5.00 Drapery at $1 OO per pair good colors. At $5 75 are a few extra Drapery values in a quality that sold at $7.00. t Fall Couch Covers We have now our full line of new Fall Couch Covers. These are a line of Covers that are made by the Art Loom Mills. They are a people that make nothing but high-grade art and tapestry goods in the popular grades. At 75c is a good-sized Tapestry Couch Cover in the reds, blue and green combinations. At 70c is a heavyweight Cover in the same combination of colors as the above. Is a good-weight Cover and fast colors. At98c is one of the best values for the money we ever put out. Same, is a full size" Cover made of a heavy tapestry thread yarn in a good com bination of colors. At $125 is a Couch Cover that conies in the darker shades, such as brown, blue and green combination. Is a good heavy Tapestry Cover with fringe. At $150 is a heavy weight Tap estry Conch Cover in the Dresden designs. This Cover is an extra value for the money. New Waistings As summer disappears, you are looking to what will be worn for Fall and Winter Waists. The change comes now on the heavier goods kinds that have more warmth and possibly more real wear. New lot of Eden Cloth. These come in short cuts that we sell for 12 l-2c, or from whole pieces for 15c per yard. These are exact copies of real Scotch Flannel. New lot of Aberfoyle Flannel. This is part wool, for tailored waists. Looks like the real Scotch flannel and sells for 25c per yard. New lot of very pretty patterns in Keal Scotch Flannels. These come in grays, pinks, greens and blues, in stripes and stripes with small figures. These for very dressy tailored waists will outwear all other materials. The price is 39c per yard. For Wool Waists we have all colors in a very fine Batiste that makes a light weight waist that will be good enough to carry nice trimmings. These at SOc per yard. Will be tide later. Corduroys and Velvets will be used lots for waists later, as soon as tlu weather gets cold. You can buy these here at right prices. If you want to see a large assortment of everything in Dry Goods and not be obliged to buy from a few styles, come with us. If you want a good wool dress you should not fail to see the line of these dresses we are showing, line of dresses of a style and fit that will certainly appeal to you. The Daylig'Hl Store Th ese are a TALK OF THE TOWN Shrunk flannel at Abbott's. Boston excursion. See ad., page ft. Ladies' and misses' coats at Vaughan's. Fresh Concord grapes, two baskets for 25c. Diversi Fruit company. O. C. Averill will start a class in danc ing in Miles hall Fridayvevening, Octo ber 11. G. Berardinelli, solo farmacista itall ano debitamente rcgistrato nello Stato del Vermont. Farmacia Italiana, Zan leoni block. Auction sale of the two bouses on Elm street, a part of the Sherburne estate. Tuesday, Oct. at 2 p. m. A good investment proposition. The Bed Cross pharmacy are selling two-quart hot water bottles at C0c each. These are strictly fresh and new. Guar anteed. See them in their" window. Solo Farmacia Italiana nello Stato del Vermont. Zanleoni block. Abilita, ac curatezza prontezza di servizio. Si parla italiano da tutti gli impiegati. At Kendrick's. drug store Three new remedies of a prominent physician, not patent medicines, guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded, viz., Rwee-De-Gene, the pocket germicide and inhalant; stops 'chronic nasal catarrh and reduces adenoids and enlarged tonsils. 3."c. S. D. Comp. Ichthyol ointment for blood poison, eczema, pimples, boils, culloused feet, bunions, corns. 2,w. In stant relief for earache, toothache and pyorrhoea of gums, lflc and 50e. See Boston and local testimonials at store, TALK OF THE TOWN Ladies" new dresses at Vaughan's. See the new fall gloves at Vaughan's. Peaches! Teaches! Fancy canning peaches. 75c and $1 a basket. Diveru Fruit Co. Boston "xcursion. See ad., page 6. Regular Saturday evening dance in Miles hall. Shoe shining outfits, 25c values for 15c. Saturday at Tilden's. Make no dates for Oct. 2, 3, 4 and 5. Attend the Odd Ladies' fair, Howland hall. Baby's soft sole shoes, 35e and 50c values at 23c, at Tilden's Saturday aft ernoon between 2 and 5 p. m. Stonecutters' aprons and ladies' aprons for sale at the Odd Ladies' fair, Oct. 2, 3, 4 and 5, in Howland hall. We put on sale Saturday 500 yards Bates' ginghams that always sell for 12Vic per yard. Your choice of the lot at 9c per yard at Berry's. Solo Farmacia Italiana nello Stato del Vermont. Zanleoni block. Abilita, ae curatezza e prontezza di servizio. Si parla italiano da tutti gli impiegati. TALK OF THE TOWN New Scotch flannels at Abbott's. Boston excursion. See ad., psge fi. Opening at Fitts' to-day and Monday. -Last call for 5c batting. Henry V. Knight. Special sale of music at Mrs. H. S. Miles, Saturday, Sept. 28. 70 North Main street. TALK OF THE TOWN Boston excursion. See ad., page 0. Fine eating peaches, Id for 25c. Di versi Fruit company. Those' Sherburne properties right neai the center of the city, on Kim street that arc to be sold at auction Tuesday, Oct. 1, ought to interest you. ' Boston excursion. See ad., page 6. IN 0u fat One Luxurious Long Laugh, UA TVT- The best comedy Bos ton has seen in years Boston Post. Seats on Sale Monday, September 30 Prices, 50, 75c, 1,00, $1,50 Millinery Openings. Mrs. IT. S. Miles will have her milli nery opening Saturday, Sept. 28. Millinery opening Saturday, Sept. 28. Mrs. C. R. Wood, over Kendrick's drug store. Miss h. E. Townsend announces her fall opening of trimmed hats and milli nery novelties on Saturday, Sept. 2S, at her millinery parlors, 53 Washington street. Miss E. E. Whitney wishes to an nounce her millinery opening, F'riday and Saturday, September 27 and 28th, at her parlors, lit Summer street. All are cordially invited. Mrs. Carrie Burke Gonyeo wishes to announce that she will hold her annual fall millinery opening at the store in the Miles building Saturday. The public is cordially invited to participate in this opening. Just Like a Pension. An annuity pays a fixed income as lon as you live. Call or senn ior run in formation. National Life Insurance I nmnanv of Vermont. (Mutual.) S. S Ballard, general agent, Lawrence build ing, Montpeilcr, 1 1. til 11 who Is desirous ot Increasing his business efficiency and of teeur- Ing profitable employment should write us at once for par ticulars. Young; men (raduates i from ths Albany Business Cou LRi s are In demand. We are specialists in bus iness education and teach younr people lust what they need to know to obtain and ksep (rood positions and advance to business man agement and ownership. For new catalogue address CARNELL & HOIT, ALBANY. N. Y. IOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED. roUND Tbarsdsy moraine, a set ot II toales, inquire at tae Times office. iG-'.ts TO RENT A tenement of four renin and garden, also sull in nsra If desired, to smell lamuy, nm street lull WANTED A ceneble girl er women for gee erel heuiewnrK. ramllT ef two. Mrs. George Atkins, 11 Vine Btreel, tfoatpelier, Vt 16011 TOM A TO KS VOR SAI.K Gren toruttoet for pics ling. AdUresa Clarence H. Campbell, as Madtaen Avenoe, Barre, Vt Telephone osll, ua-u. im WET WASHINGS No more blue Mondays. 50c per Basket Colored clothes included. Granite City Steam Laundry Young tl McDonald Proprietor Telephone 18-W - Barre. Vermont TO REST The old Fire Station building on Bleekwall Street Tlita bulltlinr is wall suited fnr score purposr. Apply te William Brown, W. H. Ward, Donald aleLeod, Property Com mittee ef City of barre. lsdtf Every Number a Feature VAN LEAR AND ROME Those funny fellows with sublime and ridiculous magic A Laugh Everj Second A Real Riot of Laughter. Something New and Different From Al" Others Watch for the Duck. HOWE AND EDWARDS A fine corned v set, introducing harp solos and dancing. A big city feature; presenting one of the finest acts of its kind on the vaudeville stage. A GREAT PROGRAM! DON'T MISS IT! Photoplays THE INNER CIRCLE. A Riograph drama of powerful situa tions, thrilling action, one of those in tense dramas of tremendous excitement and deep pathos. It's a wonder. Don't miss it. Alary Pickford plays the lead. MISS iONE ADMISSION, 10 CENTS. INTO THE JUNGLE. A decidedlv original drama, part ol the action taking place in the jungles of Africa. Unique, interesting and thrill' ing. It's a picture you cannot afford ta. miss. GHIO, Fiankt. CHILDREN, 5 CENTS' FOR BALK Ths frame building known as the Klacltwell Street Hose Heaae, loo Led near tbe Rlackwell Htreet bridge. As tbe land on which this building atandi is not owned by the elty, tbe purchaser will bare to move tbe building off from the same or make arrange ments with the owner to leaae or purchase the land. Sealed offers will be reoolred by tbe undersigned an Monday, Ooteher 7, at seren e'oloek M. William Brown, W. H. Ward. lonald alcLeed, property Committee of City of Barre. ISSif ESTATE OF JOHN L. BKCKLEY. STATE OF VKKMONT, Tbe Honorable District of Washington, as. j Probate Court for the District aforesaid: To all peianne Inter eated In the eatateof John L. Becklfy, late of the City of Barre in said District, deneaaetf, Greeting : Wbereaa, said Court baaaadgned the 18th day ef uotoner next for examining and allowing the account of the administratrix of tbe eatate ef said deceaaed and for a decree ef the realdue of a-Id eatate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notlae thereof be giTon to all persona Intereated In eald eatjte by publishing tbis order three weeks sucreuleely previous to tbe dayaaslgned. In tbe Barre Dally Times, a newspaper published at the Citr of Barre in said Dlatrlot. Therefore, yon a hereby notified to appear at tbe Probate Office in Mentpeller In aald Dlatrict, on the day assltaed, then and tbere to contest the allowance of eald a sae cause, and to establish yur right as heirs. iviaiN, sou vi-im.Bi, maaia residue. (iteen ander my band, this 37th dar ef bd tember, 1913. ' FRANK 1. MARTIK. Jna,M sept 23-oct 5-11 GOOD VALUES Fancy Concord Grapes, two baskets for " - -25c Niagara and Delaware Grapes. Sweet Potrtoes, the lowest price this year, 13 pounds for - - - - - - - - 25c Native Sweet Corn, 2 dozen for - 25c New Connecticut River Onions, No. 1, per peck, 25c Crisp bunches of Celery, each,. - - - - 15c Another lot of fancy Native Spring Lambs for Saturdave Leg of Lamb, this lot, per pound, - - - 18c Lamb Chops, per pound, ----- 25c Forequarters of Lamb, per pound, - 11c Bakery Department Cakes and Cookies made of only the best material and handled to please you. Ladd's Cream Bread, 3 loaves for ... 25c Reception Brand Coffee, the finest you ever tasted, per pound, ------- 35c Hurricane Brand Coffee, per pound, - - 25c Our System Means a Saving to Yon. F. D. LADD COMPANY