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TIIK 1UHKK DAILY TIMES. DAHHK. VT WKDXKSDAV. OCTOHKK in. 1012.
i BATT For those who make their own comforts The Maish Laminated Cotton Down Calls are made in one piece. With these Batts all the tedious piecing; of narrow strips is done away with. Just spread out the covering, unroll the Uatt and the com fort is complete, uniform in thickness at every part. The only way a comfort can be made at home that will be anything like the Maish in loftiness, lightness and warmth is by the use of these Maish Batts. They are different from the ordinary batt. We have these Batts in extra, medium and summer thick nesses, one piece 72 x 90. Ask to see these Batts. PERRY CAMP. Teleuhone 258-W. 78 Main Street. Barra, Vermont. No Furniture Can Be Too Restful for the Room in ill Li u. JUM Which a Third of Your Life is Spent! . Two ways are open when you plan furn ishings for your bed chamber artistic ef fect at the cost of per sonal comfort or dis tinctive beauty with o u t the sacrifice. Which will you choose? Both are easy roads to travel. Wo strive to nieet the necessities demanded in the furnishings for each particular room in the home by providing furniture especially adapted for the purpose. How well we have succeeded, is attested by the steady increase in business recorded here. The new fall furniture for the bedroom-fa ready if you are ready to look. B. W. HOOKER & CO, Vermont's Largest House Furnishers 49th SATURDAY SALE ASKl 21 UJ TALK OF TIIK TOWN 1. 1 ft day of tie sain at Kilt', Dig mile of winter good at Vaughuii'a. Dilutions floor mops uml brushes at Haiti i. Look up our advert isement. It will pay you to come to Yauglian's. Another enameled ware milt (Thurs day) to-morrow, t . X, Keiiyon 4 I'o. See the new 1'eniMy Ivunia knit sweat era of tended knitfur yarn. Jlenry V. Knight. W. K. Sumner left for Suneook, X. II.. yesterday, after sending a few day in the city on business. Thousand of roll of iimv wall paper for fall business iot received at Hook er' 10c per double roll up. Airs. Jeroiiiii W. Coif r in of Went point, X. Y arrived in the city yesterday for a few day' visit with friend. Miss Teresa Biainlil of Summer street went this forenoon to Xoithfleld, whure she will visit friends for u week. John Stenhrn of Mitditton street left last 11 iff lit for Xe'V York, where he wiil remain for a few days on business. Trainmaster John Keefe returned to 8t. Albans t'di forenoon, after spending a lew days in tho city on business. Mrs. F. W. Lant'lnis of Becklev street went yesterday afternoon to Hurling ton for a few days' visit with friends. Miss Jies-sie Waters of Currier street left this morning for Keene, X. If., where slic will make a two weeks visit witn relatives. The W. C. T. U. meeting, which was ! to have been held Friday afternoon, Ck-t. J8, has been postponed. Per order president. Ralph Garrett of Kinney street left yesterday 'or Vinal Haven, Me., where lie will vMt until the latter part of the week. Mrs. C. O. Mallory. who has been vU iting friend in tho city for a few days, returned this forenoon to her home in llurlington. George 11. Sibor. of the Sibson Quarry j 10. returned nome yesterday after spend ing several days in Jloston and vicinity on business.. Mr. and Mrs. fieorge Rising of I'ark street returned to this city to-day from a ten days visit to JJoston and Law tence, Mans. Andre Boehetti returned to Hardwiek this morning, after a few days' visit this city as the guest of V. Merlo of uranite street. Mrs. Anna W. Robertson of 195 Wash ington street has to far recovered from her recent i'lness as to be able to be about the house. AHHOTT k CO. A. 1 AUBOTT k CO. A. P. AUBOTT & CO. x l A. P. AUBOTT k CO. A. P o Showin ur Early g of i'urs ti This is the weather that makes us think of Small Furs and Fur Coats. On account of the three months' fur strike the fur manufacturers arc a little slow on their deliveries, but we received last week a large shipment of Fur Sets, and Separate Scarfs and Muffs, as well as some of our best Fur Coat values. While the fur situation is such that we cannot tell what the price on duplicate orders will be, we are starting the season with some of the best fur values we have ever put out. These are Furs that were bought six months ago, and at the old price, and while they lau we shall give the trade the benefit of our early purchases. Ladies' and Misses' Junior Dresses We have just received another lot of those Junior Krge Dresses. These are Dresses that come in sizes such s 15 and 17 years; are Dresses that are made to fit little women and young Indie that wear their skirt at the top of the shoe length. At $4 50 s one of the best Dress values we have ever put out. 8ame is made of an all-wool aergc, finished with an all-wool shepherd nlaid com bination. Colors, blue, red and brown. In the better qualities arc Dresses that are tailored in the bent possible manner and made of the best all wool American Woolen Mills goods. The prices rai.gc from $4& t-i $14 OO. Ladles' Long Coats F.very express is bringing new Coat values Into our Garment De partment. These values are Sam ple Coals, and new designs that aro coming out every week. We can surely show you the largest and best range of Coats in styles and designs that we have ever had. The -Tohnny Coat seems to bo very popular everywhere just now. This is surely a very stylish Coat and one that is practical, as well. The' Ixmg Heavy and Medium Weight Ooat i the Coat that is, tak ing the lead, as it is a practical Coat and a Coat tbst is just as good for next season as it is for the present. New Lot of Sweaters A new lot of Sweaters. These arc mostly Children' and Misses' and few Ladies'. These are the Sweaters that we have needed so much. There are lots of poor Sweaters to be had, but the Hoagknit Sweater are very hurd to get. In fact, wc have had 2"0 on back orders for the last three months. Hoagknit Sweaters for children in both Coat and Norfolk styles, at 08c each. Hoagknit Sweatrs for misses with collars, at $175 and $2 OS. Hoagknit Sweaters for ladies, witn collars, at $3 08 and $5-75. These same styles are the ones sold for youths' and gentlemen's wear. X : V : I x X X I Outing Flannels This is the cason to buy Outing Flannels, Is there nny place where you can find as large or a good a,i assortment ui here? One lot f Dsik Colored Outings. These eome in short pieces that wo will cut as you want at 5c per yard. One lot of Light Colored Outings at 7c per yard, and the best Liglit Colored" Outing at 10c per yard. Special values in White Domet Outings for plain white night robes. One lot of ysrdwide White Domet Outing in short lengths. These by the piece at 10c per yard. We carry an extra heavy White Outing Ilanne! that is much heavier than any of the regular kinds. This sells at 12 l-2c per yard. Round Oak Clothes Baskets Saturday, October 19th ! 29c i One to a customer. Sale begins 1 P m. REYNOLDS & SON HARDWARE, QUARRY AND MILL SUPPLIES, BARRE, VERMONT. I Wc Can Help You Solve Some, Not All, of the High Cost of Living Chemical analysis will show that MILK is one of the .cheapest articles of food In the market. Our pasteurized Sweet Skimmed Milk or Butter milk has two-thirds as much nourishment as whole Sweet Milk, so all you can use of these goods in your cooking or otherwise furnishes good, wholesome, muscle-making nourishment at less than one-half what it costs in many other kinds of food you are buying. Kggs, while a little more expensive, nre a very prominent article "of food, and we are in position to give you good value for your money. While we wouldn't want to be called a liar if you found one that was not quite as fresh as it ought to be, we are candling all our Eggs with an electrical device and it is very eeldom that one not usable gets by our light. TRY THESE GOODS. L B. DODGE, 300 No. Main St., Barre, Vt. Tel. 233-W Special For Thursday ENAMELED WARE SALE h c eac VALUED 13 C. N. KENTON & GO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE Auction sale to-morrow for Adolph Friberg on the east hill. Some nice fresh cows and so, 1 hay. See ad., page 7. L. r. Jmith, auctioneer. Carlo Lazonl of North Main street re turned yesterday from llardwick, where he has been employed in the granite in dustry for the past few months. Giovanni Tito arrived in the city last ? . I. 1 ' , inirni irum rew i orK, wnere ne recently landed, after spending several months at his former home near Milan, Italy. Regular meeting of Winnetta council, Xo. 10, D. of P., I. O. K. M.. Thurs day, Oct. 17, at 7 o'clock. The joint committee will meet at 8 o'clock. W. .0. Weeks, who haa been passing several days in the city on business connected with the Mosler Safe com pany, returned last night to Boston. Louis Abiatti of Roister place left last night for Boston, to witness the deciding game ot tne world s cnampionshlp serie between the Hed Sox and the Giants. New Ideai Patterns for November came by express this morning. These all have scams allowed, at 10c each. The Daylig'ht Store j TALK OF THE TOWN Indian blankets jit Fitts'. Xew line of sweaters at Fitts'. Magner, general agent for the T. M Metropolitan Life insurance Co., whohax been the guest of l'eter Dcsautela, re turned this forenoon to his home in Bur lington. Mrs. William Barclay of Park street left yesterday noon for (laremont, X. H., where she will visit for several days as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Gilman. Mr. and Mrs. John W Vaughan of Maple Grove returned home on the Green Mountain express train this morn ing from Boston, where they have been spending several days. Mr. and Mrs. John Howell of 15 Park street returned to-day from a week's visit in Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Howell visited at Boston, Lowell, Law rence and Worcester. William B. McKenzie of Patterson street returned last evening from an ex tended business trip through the mid dle wet in the interest of the Burke Bros.. Granite company. Wednesday's arrivals at the hotel Otis were as follows: George W. Winter. Chi- ago;; Mr. and Mrs. Frank (5. Wilson. Burlington : Fred MuMfeldor, Albany, X. U. JI. .Martin, Plainfield; Jr. 1. Townshend, East Montpelier. The condition of Enrico Rulfo of Xorth Main street, who underwent a minor oeration at the lleaton hospital in Montpelier several days ago, con- nines to slowly improve. Sir. Rolfe lias been removed to his home in this citv. tiwing 10 tne nnprenension felt m Montpelier, it will be a treat favor to the management of the picture houses lor Hnrre people to refrain from attend ing the shows in Montpelier for the nexj lew days. Advt. Miss Jane Muir. a trained nurse from the lleaton hot.p,tal. who has been at- ending Mrs. 1. H. Kendnck of Academy street for the past week, returned to Montpelier to-day. Sir. Kendrick is much improved in health and is able to be about the house. Justin ten drop-side Iron couches, at Hale's. F. L. Cheney of Philadelphia if spend ing several days in this city on busi ness. II. C. Cox of Long Branch, X. J., wa among the business visitors in the city to-dav. Look in at Vauglian's. The papers can't tell you all. Nee the new things at aughan s. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Wilson re turned to-day to Burlington, after pass ing a few days tn this city. G. E. B. Wneeler of White River June- tion was among the business visitors In the city yesterday and to-day. Miss Carrie Mason returned yesterday to her homu in Bmttleboro, after a few days' visit with relatives in the city. Albert Corey of Whitefleld, X. H., ar- rived in the city last night for a few days' visit with relatives on Prospect street. W. H. Goodfellow of Spaulding street left Monday on a business trip to Waits j Mr. Goodfellow will remain in I 3 lo 4 months old Berkshire Pigs Both sexes, fcired by Lotus fctar Xo. 140374, a son of .Stars Royal Master piece 2d that sold for $2,o00 and out of Charmerdale 2d, a noted Berkshire sow. All of these pigs are out of very choice sows, these pigs can be purchased un registered ct farmers' prices and at slightly higher if registered and trans ferred. AUo one yearling registered Jersey bull, a grandson of Eminent 2d that 'sold for $10,000 at auction, and his grandson sold for 1750. Price very cheap. Address The Lotus Fields, West Berlin, Vt. For Sale t A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE FRESH VACCINE has just been received by D. F, DAVIS, "The Druggist", 262 North Main St, I River. that vicinity for several days and will return to Barre Friday. Antonio Hianehi of Summer street left last night on the Green Mountain ex press for Boston, where he expected to witness the closing game of the series between tho Giants and the Red Sox. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cushman of Beacon street returned this morning by the Green Mountain express from Boston, where the former has been attending the Sanitary j 'Conditions! PREVAIL HERE j j Everything is kept under I glass, away from people's J hands, flies, germs, dust, I a ... f Boston electrical show during the past JetC. VVe take particular I Spams in handling our meats I Curtis Sawyer, formerly clerk at the j , , . , ... ! City hotel, who since completing his du-j'anCl ireSh IlSn. We GO not I ties in this city ha been acting in the' ,, . - --- .L I eanaeitv of cantain of the bellboys at'?0 nY meat CartS r "sh ! the hotel Vermont, left Burlington this cartS from house to hoUSC, week for Honda to spend the winter. I . , . ... 2 .,. . . Sasitis impossible to keep J Ti.aar.il fftrav ,f llurlif, V TT Brmrl A I in the citv last night for an indefiniti I meats Screened SO as tO COID ! stay, having been called here by the , . , , r.r . ,f(lf- I T a. a v .aww wavw serious illnees of his brother, Tony Corey of Prospect street. The lattor's condi tion continues to be serious, and it may be deemed necessary to remove him to a hospital. SOME FACTS ABOUT SMALLPOX. As Gleaned from Wilson! "Medical Diag nosis," Rettnc Edition. Wilson's "Medical Diagnosis" gives some statements in regard to smallpox law, and carry meat from! house to house for every-! one te pick out the piece they want. : It is much better for you I ... .1. i I :iu tunic iu incaiuic, iwuusg syour own cut (where t IOSC J "I Brown's Drug Store is Headquarters for all Kinds of Disinfectants The only reliable means of killing dis ease germs is by disinfection. Get directly at the cause of the disease and destroy the germs before they have had an opportunity to "destroy you." "Kill the germ" is the war cry. Dis infection will accomplish the result. VVe have a big stock of all the differ ent kinds: Sulphur, Carbolic Acid. Chloride of Lime, Copperas, Formal . dchyde Candles, Carbonol, Kreso, Creolin, etc. Kreso is a coal tar prod uct, a standardised disinfectant, Very efficacious and easy to use. 1 Drown's Drug Store, Barr, Vermont MxaaBBmanssn wlucn are ot value in view oi me pres- j jive a J per VCIU uiaiuuui, 1 ent situstion. Included in the svmptoms . , u t, of the disease are given the follow ing: 1 j besides a rebate ChCCKj A chill, sometime. rqpMnninir at imr- jwnjch jS one of the largest vals for 21 hours; severe headaches; dis- I yiness; pain in the back; vomiting, ris- j given in the citjf ) Or phone inir temperature. J . , ... I The period of development of the die- )'OUr Order and We We Will J ease varies from fourteen to twenty f . J .frn t nratlv in davs after the exposure, rarelv less than cur nQ wraP neaiiy in - fourteen days, it is said. Wilson's says: S irood clean Daner and lie- I "The disease is transmissible during the J . I whole coure of the attack from the in- ( llVCT KCC tO any part OI the S exanthem 'eruptions), until the dried :tl' I crust, have entirely separated and the'! Tn our mrat and fish He?. ! . . . been disinfected.' ! i nartments we are providedgl Moreover. Wilson's savs: "The in- ... , , . J fettii.g principle is thrown off in the; Witt) handy running Water ep.red air and in the exhalations from'! 1 i, .-.,.,t. tnr tVir ' the skin, iu th? se.Tetion. and ere-iM CIean tOU ClS tor ttie tion. and in the cru-ts of the unruptured onCS that handle TOUT Cat- I end ruoture-1 pocks formed during desic-. J, cation." ' 1 tables. 1 1 .1. A. Noyes, ho has been in charge of the local branch of the .Sullivan Ma- iwneij I-.1IUOH1IV ioi inr imi irn uji vi j ii iirii njt.r t-uinvi. '"vi'i mitt .,tg Iduring the absence of Manager (Jeorge eron and cloth'ng of the pstient have,' Murray, lett to-dy tor isosum tor a I few days' t"sjt before returning to the j home oflices at l laremont, N. II. j Harry Citler of Keene. X. II., arrived j in the city yestenl.iy for a stay of sev- ! eral days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j K. I, tily.son of Perry street. While in this vicinity. Mr. Cutler will take sev- jrral group pictures of the legislative j bodies in eion at Montpelier. as has ' !.. . Ii : . viir I have a ear of hand picked Ijke m tario Pslins. ol in bulk, due in Harre IKt. 21. These apple will he sold by your home dealers. bo will have samples of them for your inspection at their tTf. iive thrm w,t onler and have tl ern delivered direct from ear. The fancy No. I in barrels, out of this same 'rlird. ill srrie alsxit "t. 3". Sd- 1 rev K SprIord. deak-r iw fruit and GOOD VALUES 6 cakes Sunny Monday Soap for - 25c 6 cakes Babbitt's Soap and Cleanser for - 25c 7 cakes Lenox Soap for ... 25c 7 Cakes Oak Leaf Soap for - - 25c 10 cakes Soap, all kinds, with soiled wrappers for 25c 15c size Sawyer's Blue for .... 0c 3 bottles Sawyer's 16 ounce Ammonia for - - 25c "It ma v le commumcalra ny approarn. z . , i ,1 contact, bv third ,H-r.o bimseif im-jl Clean, fresh goods and J mune. and by ny aitielea vi"e . loW prices keep US busy. S fomites (csn-j ing nbtanees). The dried ' ' J scale and put and the discharges I 1 OU don't Pet that fishv I prMuee. Wholesale oo!y. 4,-ia retaik-d. from the nose ant mouth ftoat;ng in the Jut . . air as dnt plav the chief role in thejsmell When JOU 'lSlt OUT dissemination of the vims, n1 it is by a r t rJ,. j .-. S tl i. mean, that tn.n.m,s.,o through A hst) department, do OU? the atmospVre. in the absenee of any : j "There" Z reason. I communicti.o. hfc tsken place at dis-'a J tanees of one hundred metres or more. "Thens'isI tnmiect ae isby wsy of ! nfntt o ntltfitnn ! the nspirej . , SMITH & CUMINGS The us-'rih''!'v o' C'sease is in I I 10c, 3 cans for 25c 10c, 3 cans for 25c 20c l"oitiely no the asrnce f a-e)natkn alnmst uni- ja Talapfeaa Ca.ll, 400 versa I." 11 Chloride of Lime - - -Potash or Lye -25c size Gold Dust, each. Four pounds World's Powder for 6 packages 1776 Soap Powder for 10 packages Swift's Powder for -Common Clothes Pins, per dozen. Snap Clothes Pins, per dozen, Clothes Lines from Special prices on Soap by the box. These prices are not only extremely low but are sub ject to a special 5 per cent cash discount if taken at the store, in addition to the rebate check that is worth 3 per cent more. F. D. LADD COMPANY - 18c - - 25c - 25c 02c - 05c 10c each to 23c