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THE HAKKE DAILY TIMES. JSAKKH. VT., TUESDAY. UUTUUKK 1. 191!
-W A I S T $ - A BIG LOT OF THEM . VVc have ready for your selection an unusually handsome lot of Waists- the prices will stand favorable comparison ' with any shown. Messaline Waists, at $3.00, 3.75, 4.00, 4.75 and 6.00. Taffeta Waists, at $2.75, 3 50 and 4.00. Silk Chiffon Waists, at $3.9&and 4.75. Nuns' Veiling Waists, at .....$2.50 and 3.50. Flannel Waists, at 98c, $1.25, 1.50 and 2.00. A new Jot of Infants' Coats just opened up, at $2.98, $3.50, $3. 75, $4. 50 and $6. 50. We can save you money on these Coats. PERRY & CAMP. Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street. Barre, Vermont. She's Learned About "Linters" A woman was looking at mattresses. We explained to her the costly sorting process that takes out linters and seeds and dirt, and leaves the pure white spongy cotton fibres of a good mattress. She saw why some mail order houses are able to ad vertise a "good-looking" mattress at $6.98 while anoth er of equal size may cost double. You can find any priced mattress you like here and MORE IMPORTANT, you'll know always what's in the mattress when you buy it. We are unloading a car this morning of inexpensive mattresses, the best that we have ever seen for the money. A sanitary felt top mattress, good tick, $3.00. A felt top and bottom mattress, $4.50 and a combination mattress, $6.00. The above prices are for a full size two part mattress. Smaller sizes, smaller in price. We also allow a 10 per cent discount from these prices i for cash. j Other mattresses up to $25.00. Authorized agents for Barre, Montpelier and vicinity for the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress. Price $15.50 in two parts. TALK OF THE TOWN Otto ok. Hoston excursion, See ltd., pgp 8. See the new Bilk waists ta Vaughan'i Read Tilden's advertisement on page 3 of to-day issue. Ready-to-wear garments; visit our sec ond floor at Vaughun's. Notice: All good in the store reduced in tlm sale. Buy ut Vttiighan'a. Mrs. V. :. Corbet t of Well River was among the visitors in the city yester day and to-day. One hundred and fifty new rugs aid ii rt squares nst received at Hales, 113 North Main street. Forrest H. Ober of Laconia, N. If., was among the business visitors in the city yesterday and today. Use Otto coke for the range and fur nace; sold only by t'alder 1 Kichardson, Depot square. 'Phone 4.10. l)o yon know what Ford cars are going to sell for in 1013! (Jet the prices from the Perry Auto. Co., telephone 285-2. The telephone operators' union ha made plans to hold a grand ball in the (lowland hall on Columbus day eve, Oc toher 11. Mis Margaret Bowman, returned this morning to her home in Braintree, Mass., after spending several days with friends in the city. If you are looking for nice stock, at tend the Slayton auction sale to-morrow at Fast MontiK'Iier. See ad., page 7. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. William H. Fager of Fairview street resumed his duties at the E, M. Lyon store yesterday, after a two-weeks' ab sence on account of illncHs. The Altrurians are invited to meet with Mrs. C. A. Dodge on the Mont pelier road Wednesday evening, October 2. Please fake the 7:13 car out of Ban. Mrs. Grace Kelly, who has been visit ing relatives in Bane, ami Williamstown for the pant ten days, left this morning for Burlington, where s.ic will make a short stay, before going to her home in Potsdam, X, Y. It Is an e.isy matter to save some of your earnings each month if you do it systematically. Make your monev work for you as you have worked or it. When invested in co-operative savings and loan associations, this is what it does. These are not bunking institu tions, but a co-operative association, where all are stockholders and share equally in the profits, in proportion to the amount of stock carried, the ex- penseft are elways kept at a minimum. No high-salaried officers. The money is all invested in homes at home. You can invest Iron .fl.im to each month. f!o to Miles hall Wednesday evening at 8 and hear Hon. Chauncey Brownell discuss tho matter in detail. In Looking Over Our Stock Wc find a great many more kinds to advertise than we J have room to mention. Our stock being so much larger than in past seasons that wc really need all of this space for t the Garment Department alone and as much more for the t down-stairs departments. One year ago, the nicht October 6th, wc had over an inch of snow. ' We do not expect that much this week. This only goes to remind us i that it is none tbo early to select heavier garments, heavier underwear and bedding. Our line of Blankets, Underwear and Garments cannot but appeal to you as exceptional. 1 of: t Blankets X w We have reason to think, without going into details, that we can sell you Blankets as cheap as anyone i,l Vermont. The following may sug gest a saving: One lot of Ten-quarter Cray Blan kets these at 49c per pair. Ten-Quarter Blankets, white wit.H colored borders, and gray with col ored borders, at 50c per pair We have a special Plain White and v Blanket at 98c e have a very fine soft Gray Blanket as a special at $1.19 per pair. Extra large Twelve-Quarter Gray and Whit Blankets. This is the larg est Blanket at the price made, Sells for $1.49 per pair. Woolnap Blankets, large sine. This is a very heavy, very s ubtly Blanket, and the price is only 91.98 per pair. Our Better Blankets are all of them from this 10-case lot that we have been talking about. Prices are the best that wc have ever named. Winter Underwear If you have used Munsing Under wear, vie need not tell you of its merits, for it is the users of this l.'nderwear who can speak truthfully of its real value. There ia no line of goods in our store that has the in creased sales of this Munsing Under wear. Children's Munsing Underwear 1m Wool Vests and Pants at 60c each; in Fleeced Union Suits at 60c; and in Wool Union Suits at $1.00 each. These Suits have drop seats; also Misses' at same price. Ladies' Munsing Underwear in heavy f.f-eeed Vests and Pants at 50c in Wool Vests and Pants at 91.00; in heavy fleeced Union .Suits at $1.00 each"; and in Wool at $2 00 each. We carry extra large sizes in all of the above, so that large ladies can get all of the styles that small ladies wear. You can see by the above prices that Munsing Underwear, while bet ter than other kinds, does not cost one penny more. Ladies' Flannel Waists Ladies' Flannel Shirt Waist that is made by the Flannel Shirt people is among the very popular Waists this fall. These Waists are made with tho attached and detachable collars, and are Waists that hav4 got the warmth and comfort for just such weather as we are now hav ing. At $125 is a Gray Flannel Shirt Waist. Is cut in the regular shirt stvle; has self collar and turn-back cuff. At $1.23 is a fine French Flannel Shirt Waist in gray with blue and black stripe. Js made with linen shirt collarband. Has self-detachable collar, turn-over cuffs. At $1.75 is a Heavy Flannel Waist made shirt style with pocket. Has the self turn-over collar, with turn-back cuff. Colors, blue, olive, and garnet. At $1.75 is a Gray Flannel Shirt Waist, made same style as above. Made from the regular gray shirting flannel. Ladies' Flannel Skirts To go with your Flannel Shirts, you will need one of our new Fall Skirts. We now have a full line and a large variety of styles. The M. & C. Skirt people are known and recog nized by all the large concerns of the country as the leading Skirt peo ple of New England. They are peo ple that make a study of the needs of the New England people. Those of you who have had these Skirts inow how good a Skirt value we ;an give you. If you have not tried these Skirts, come in and see how they are made. At $3 98 is a fine All Wool Pan ama Skirt made in one of the latest styles. At $5 50 is a good variety of Skirts in the plain colors and mix tures in the new fall models. At $5. 75 are a number of en tirely new Skirt models, both in the plain colors and black. At $750 and $7.75 is a good variety of styles in Skirts that ar made in the new cloths. At $8 50 and $10 OO are some new models that came in this week. Boston excursion. See ad.,' page ft. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers. Rubber Gloves! ! For Protection to the Hands Our Rubber Gloves are made seamless, cured by the best skill and process and are guaranteed to be free from imperfection in manufacture. They are the regular dollar grade, but we are selling them for 89c a pair -V DROWN'S DRUG STORE 48 North Main Street Barre, Vermont. OCR TELEPHONE WORKS-USE IT UNDERTAKERS Licensed Embalmers NIGHT OR DAY CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION PERRY & NOONAN Depot Square, Telephones, 425-1-2-3 Opera House Wednesday Oct, 2 Direct run at Hollis ton! from a second t h e Park and theatres Bos- First Barre Appearance of America's comedienne, greatest MAY See our window and this paper Friday of this week for exceptional values that are offered in our Saturday Sale The Baylig'fot Store TALK OF TIIETOAVN TALK OF THE TOWN NEW NOVELTIES Practical and useful, for the convenience of everyone. No bunting around the house for matches or bothering with them in your pocket THE "PRESTO" POCKET LIGHTER Cannot get our of cder. Simply perfect and perfectly simple. Only 25c each THE "MAGIC HOUSEHOLD LIGHTER Hang by your gas stove r an 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 aih tray. An ornament to the home; a pleasure to the den or smoking room. At 50c each. bee 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. . G, N. KENTON & GO.'S CASH BARGAIN STORE 2 IS' One Luxurious Long Laugh, "A Night Out" The best comedy Bos ton has seen in years Boston Post. Seats on Sale Monday, September 33 Prices, 50, 75c, LOO, SL50 Boston excursion. See ad., page 0. i At the opera house to-night, five reel of high-class picture, beginning at 8 o'clock. Adv. Miss Mae Cushing of Kim street went this morning to Burlington, where she will remain lor a few days. John Marriott of Hummer street i detained from hi duties a yard clerk at the Barre railroad by illness. Fred Brink of 74 North Main street went this afternoon to Waterbury, where lie will make a viait with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kred X. Kempton return ed yesterday, after spending a few day at their former borne in Xorthfield. Ladies who have donated articles for the Odd Ladies' fair are asked to bring them to Howland hall Wednesday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thom of Becklev street have returned home, after sjenit ing a few day with friends in South Royalton. Albert Hyde returned tbis morning to hi home in North Attlcboro. Mass., after passing a week with friend in the city. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Halloran return ed last night to their home in Worces ter after spending a few days with friends in Barre and vicinity. The young ladies' missionary society of the Baptist church will hold its first meeting for organization at the parson age, is Highland avenue, to-night at 30. The Baptist Philathea class will hold its annual business meeting Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. V. Jones, 22 Webster street. Every member i expected to be present. Carpenters are pushing the work on the new alumni building at (ioddard seminary rapidly to completion, and it I is hoped thit the structure will be ready i ; . .Iil.I - t i. Tl. lor occupancy wiunn a lew wcckii. i lie brick work is finished and the construc tion ia now in the hand of the plasterer and finisher. The Old Hlodramatica Co.. which has recently produced some excellent plavs in the Italian tongue in tnis city, will ; journey to Xorthtield next Satunlay and '. repeat the pie-e produced in JUrdwick some weeks ago in the evening. The pro I cieds will be devoted to the Ettor and i Ginvaniiitti defense fund, j Lawrence Tinkliam of Queehee, who i was graduated from OodJard seminary : ill the spring of 10 U and during his course at the school was a moving spirit ! in thj school's athletics, ha enrolled at the Bryant A Stratton business eot- lege at Boston. During the summer. jTinkham has been playing summer ball in southern ermoni. Otto coke. Boston excursion. See ad., page 6, Special showing of Carter' underwear. Henry , Knight. A. M. Grnnner of Springfield, Mass., was a visitor in the city yesterday. E. R. Tarbox left this morning for Bethel, where he will remain for a abort business visit. Otto coke ia the proper fuel to uae for tire morning and evening. Sold only by ('aider & Kichardson, Depot square. Thone 450. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Xewcomb of North Main street returned home yesterday, after passing the week-end with friends in Richmond. r I Good Goods AND LOW PRICES! I i i i TALK OF THE TOWN Keep Us Busy Order Your Flour Now ! 96 50 6.00 j 5.75! I ! Occident Flour, per bb!,, j Silver Leaf, per bbl.. ... 2 Snow Flake, per bbl J Our Fruit and Vegetable display I is as good as was shown at same j a 01 uic iuui laiis. I i ! Squat'..: per lb., only 2c i j Fancy Silver Skin Onions, per I peck, 25c; per bushel.... 05c ( V V I Thirteen pounds of Sweet Potatoes j for 25c j J Two baskets Concord Grapes, 25c j J Cranberries, per quart, only. . lOc t Comb Honey per box 22 Cents ".! : . vyicuiiiargaritic 9 (Uatter (ban butter) per pound .Wk All Br i uc ana jc The Scumpini Challenge Cup. Editor. Barre Daily Times: Now that the football season has started, what about the Scampini challenge cup! The j JVmaccord footlwill dub eliallenppd the present holder, but were told a league i would have to be formed and the cup I advertised. Who do the holders expect t advertise it the city clvrk? If they haven't cold fct. they will advertise it. and then 1 tub interested will know it is up for competition and league will be formed. Secretary, It. F. C. ! I The "Green Mountain" Grand! Boneless Smoked Shoulders, per a 1 I pounu ................. xc j . Have yon tried our 1 1 j Pressed Corned Beef, per pound jj j only 15cj ! Soused Head Cheese, per pound enir ii'i i t Fresh-made Frankforts, lb.. ..15c; I n. tl9 Boston excursion. See ad., page 8. George W. Chandler of Fairview street is passing several days in West Berlin 011 business. William Rock of (Jranite street went this morning to Randolph for a week's business visit. Miss Mattie Cowles of Proctor arrived in the city yesterday for 4 few days' visit with relatives. Stonecutter' aprons and ladies' aprons for sale at the Odd Ladies' fair, Oct. 2, 4, 4 and 0, in Howland hall. The condition of Mio Soldini of (.ran ite street, who has been seriously ill for the past three weeks, continues to slow ly improve. llliam Mitchell of Gramtevillc left the city this morninir for Sherbrooke. Q., where he will spend several davs with relative. Mr. and Mrs. If. B. Townsend of Plattsburg, X. V., former resident of tins vicinity, are passing a few days I with relatives in the citv. A meeting of the Vermont Poultry association will be held in the city court room, Barre, Xhursday, October 3, at 7:30 p. m. E. Chesser, secretary. Workmen are engnged in renovating the Italian Pleasure club rooms in the Scampini block. The work is expected to be completed in the course of a week, Mr. William Morgan of Maple avenue will return home to-night from Mont real, where she recently landed, after spending the summer at her former home in Scotland. She wag accompanied from Montreal by Mr. Morgan. W, Henry Rock, the youne son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rock of Granite street, who sustained a fractured skull while riding horseback early in September, is able to be out of doors for a short time each day. He was released from the City hospital several days ago. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Haskin of the Morse block, who were married in this city a few weeks ago, have returned fmm an extended wedding trip to Xiag ara Fall. X. Y., and different point in Xew Hampshire and Rhode island, making the entire distance by automo bile. At Providence. R- L, Mr. Haskin visited her siter, Mrs. George Barnard. TALK OF THE TO WH Boston excursion. See ad., page 6. Large hosiery stock, all ladies' and children's hose reduced this week, at Tho Yatighan Store. We recommend Carter's underwear and believe it to be the very finest mada in this country. Henry V. Knight. Rev. Louis Hendry, a Syrian priest, who has been spending the past week in this city, left this morning for Mont pelier. where he will make a brief visit before returning to hi home at Bur lington. Nedsatta Priser. Xorsk felsill, 3 for 35c. Potatismjol, 3 pounds for 25c. Oscar Borgh. 1 Per order sit? 5p Regular meeting of Court Barre. I. t). F.. Xo. 3317, will be held to-night in Knights o Columbus hall, Scampi ni block, at 7:30 o'clock All members are re quested to be present Frank Caslini, R. S. Regular meeting of Vincitia lodge, Knights of Pythias, Tuesday evening at 7:30 in their rooms. EAST BARRE. Regular meeting of Wu chosen tribe, Xo. 10, Thurs day evening at 7 o'clock. Let every member be pres ent; business of importance. Corn and venison. Special convocation of Granite chapter, Xo. 26, R A. M Tuesday evening at 7:30. Work, M. M. degree Per order E. If. P. Boston excursion. . See ad., page 0. Boston excursion. See ad., page fl. rOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED. German Bologna Sausage, lb. 15c j1 I Armour's Boiled Ham, lb... 35c Si e4 Hk pspr) j appreciate your orders and j WlXtm-rwrim work; knkliMl(: - ! orders ur best attention. J Just one favor we ask, is order J j early, as when vour order comes S in late, remember it takes time to J ! put it up right, and not only makes I the delivery late for vnu hut nrr. I ; - ' ' ' ' - I har you'' neighbor's order a!s. I J We give a five per cent disrour.t 1 in addition to our rebate checks on I cash sales at our store. J I 16U J 0 jr. SMITH & CUMINGS ! Tlpk Call, 40O TO KEXT Sic. lmrrtL Mat rnm; lwl a4 r lUhta. wtfm beat. Apply al It Rlrh ardM Street- '' W1XTFD-AI mmem: a oo all-raat I...... ,Hnl work tar lb wtstrr. K JL Mai. KU 1 to iMI-TM" larM ul tb Mr Mam Htri - .; rw fraa tk port vac. Apply Soatb timi. Can You Afford It ? Suppose that it costs you ten dollars per week for provisions. You have them charged. You get your pay every week. You pay your bills every week. You pay eight per cent more, supposing you the same quality of goods, than you would have paid under our new cash system. If we were to offer you eight per cent per year with good security for your money, you would consider it a snap. We are doing 52 times better than that: not eight per cent per year, but eight per cent per week, if you are paying your bills weekly, or at the rate of 416 per cent for you. It Pays to Pay Cash If you take your goods with you, you get paid for it. You are not paying for delivering someone else's goods. You get what you pay for and pay for what you get. F. D. LADD COMPANY