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THE BAKKK DAILY TIMES. 13 A HUE. VT.. WEDNESDAY. OCTOHHll i'.J. 1!)12.
5 WAISTS -A NEW LOT Let us show you these. Thev are priced unusually low. Flannel Waists, at 98c, $1.25. 1.98. 2.50. Mcssaline Waists at $2,98, 3.50, 3.75 and 4.50. Silk Chiffon Waists at $3.98 and 4.50. Taffeta, Waists at $2.75, 3.50 and 3.98. Pongette, Soisette, Percale, Cheviot, Sateen, 50c, 60c, 75c and 98c each. Big lot Blankets, Comfortables, Bed Spreads, Sheets and Pillow Cases, Crash, Outings, we can save you money here. PERRY a CAMP. Telephone 238-W. 75 Main Street. Barre, Vermont Hi Buy One of These Chairs For Use in Your Home "Risk theButton-and Resf You owe il to yourself to have at least one comfortable chair to Bit in during your leisure moments. You'll get lots more pleasure and enjoyment out of life if you do. Royal Kasy Chairs are sold by the thousand bemuse so easy to adjust. "Just push the button and rest." Concealed newspaper rack, slid ing foot rest ana other features included. f.aeh chair absolutely guaranteed. An ideal gift for any occasion. Also large variety of designs, all prices. Stop in and see them We are sole agents for Barre for this chair and also for the following: Nationally Advertised Lines The Guaranteed Kinds s 9lotCVcfrtnckc Bookcases. Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Barcalo Security Cribs Macey Inter-Inter Filing Cabinets Columbia "Grafonolas" liana Silk Floss Mattresses Rishel Dining Tables Climax Couch Beds F. A. Whitney Carriage Co. Go-Carts and Carriages ; Dream Couch Beds Wild's Inlaid Linoleums Janeway & Carpender's Wall Papers Caloric Fireless Cook Stove Ostermoor Mattresses. . W. HOOKER & CO, Let Us Do Your Fumigating. We Make a Specialty of It Don't Fear Small Pox Swee-De-Gene THE POCKET GERMICIDE inhaled, or used with water as mouth wash, when you have been on the street, or exposed, will de stroy any germs in nose or throat. Sprinkle it on clothes. When feverish or ill, take eight to ten drops (for adults) internally as per directions for germ diseases and the germ is arrested. Try It! Only 35 Cents At Kendrick & Co.'s Drug Store TALK OF THE TOWN Richelieu under wcur at Fitti'. Wooltev garments at Abbott'. Wooltcx suits and coats at Abbott' Dustiest floor moui and brushes at Halo's. FranolH Stillborn has returned to hi linnie in W ent Topsham for iin iudctluite ft)'. Zi. II. hitiimii hi Newport was among the buainess visitors in the city to-day. Tllrtclc ostrich i.liittir M iuchpa lonir at 2.75, lii inches iojisr at 1.50. Mrs. C. It. Wood. i.ouis .Mc.Manon or IliirliiiL'ton vai among the business visitors in the city yesterday. John Lynch of Washington street was among the business visitors in Northllcld yesterday. C. A. Hill of Northlicld arrived in the city yesterday for a business visit of several days. 11. Lillirrap of Concord, a granite man. ufacturer, is spending a few days in the city on business. ' If. S. Martin of Merchant street re turned yesterday from a few days' busi ness visit to Randolph. Miss Ida May Kraser of New York arrived in the city last night for an extended visit with relatives. Eight tickets for the New York ex cursion were sold at the Central Ver mont station in this city yesterday. S. K. Hinsdale, the well-known Char lotte apple grower, was among the busi ness visitors in the city yesterday. Koy King of l'lattsburg, X. Y., ar rived in this city yesterday for a few days' visit with friends and relative.' Miss Clara Welch returned yesterday to her home in Worcester, after spend ing a few days with friends in the city. Dr. K. I!. Whitaker of Merchant street left yesterday afternoon for Burlington, where he will remain for several days on business. j If. C. Weeks of Boston arrived in this city last evening from ISouth Royalton and will remain here for several days on business. Robert Gray of Graniteville was in the city yesterday on his way to Milan, P. Q., where he was called by the death of his sister. Miss Florence Colbertson, who ha been confined to her home on Washing ton street for the past two weeks, was able to be out yesterday. Clarence Bishop of Washington street and William Given went yesterday to Orange, where they will establish a hunting camp for a 'few days. Arthur C. Tilden of Prospect street, who has been detained from his duties for several days, has resumed work at the George N. Tilden shoe store. Twenty per cent, discount on all mil linery sold this week at Mrs. Nelson Church's. Store fumigated each night and germicides in use all the time. Mrs. C. X. Gretta left yesterday for New York, where she will make a short visit with relatives before going to New Haven, Conn., for an extended stay. Dr. Ladd, inspector for the state board of health, who has been passing a few davs in the citv on business, loft last night for his home in Essex Junction. Daniel O'Keefe of Foster street re turned last evening from Burlington, where he has been visiting at the home of his aunt for the past Few days. Mrs. Arthur Miner, who has been con fined to her home on Warren street for the past two weeks as the result of a sprained ankle, is uble to be out of doors this week. I A. P. ABBOTT k CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. I'M .. -'. fvi'-HJT immm When Buying Union Suits It Will Pay You to Discriminate Munsing Union Suits for women and children are made by people who know how. Twenty-five years of experience in making union suits back of every Munsing garment Because of the satisfactory way in which they fit and cover the form and because of their unusual durability and washability, Munsing union suits have become the most popular union suits in the world. More than 7,000 000 carmcnts sold annually. They do not gap or bind at the scat. They arc offered in a variety of light, medium and heavy weight fabric;; of the finest quality. Prices so reasonable that no one need go without them. Wear them. You will like them. Ladies' Munsingwear $1 to $3.50 Children's Munsingwear 50c to $2 t What You Want That We Keep Ladies are most of them great readers. They all read the popular magazines. There are lots of kind-' advertised there that they want that they want to see at least. The following are some of those kinds that help to clothe the ladies of our land to-day. Wooltex Suits, Wooltex Coats in terest every lady to that extent that they want to see what they are like. Most ladies like to try them on. Others cannot do without one. Xemo Corsets. These are before vou in every publication. They would be with you in every wardrobe, once you use them. R. A G. and Royal Worcester Cor sets must appeal to you as Cor sets of intrinsic value once you read what their makers have to say about them. Black Cat Hosiery and Munsing Underwear appeal to you from the pages of all publications. . Hoagknit Sweaters and Thn-nlx Mufflers greet the eye in all maga zines. Wm. Read & Sons' Lansdownes, Charmeuse Silks, Messaline Silks, Christmas lots of Ribbons, Hall's Silk Gloves in fact, nearly all best kinds of goods for ladies' and misses' wear can be found here at home, right in our store. Unusual It is unusual that in a towri no larger than ours one can find so large an assortment of merchandise. To find kinds that many large cities do not carry. Vou may go out of town for Dry Goods, but you do not have to. 8ome one store in town, no doubt, has your kind; and the unny part of it is that you can save money by buying where an ex change Is a privilege. The following are special kinds: Ladies' ROo Corset Covers well made, trimmed with fine embroidery, in sizes 4, 48 and 50-inch bust meas. lire. Ever seen any as large ready to wear! Kxtra sizes in Night Robes yes, a $1..25 extra size now selling at 9100. Extra sizes in Drawers. We look after all sizes from the smallest to the largest. In fact, we try to fit everyone at just as small a profit as we can do business on and pay our bills. Large line of very wide Fancy Rib bons that sell regularly at 60c to flOc. These bought so that we can sell them at 35c per yard just the kind for Christmas fancy work. Xew Idea Patterns are now com ing with seams allowed. This makes them the only seam allowed lOo pattern on the market, Do you use them! They save material and are the very latest designs. Ladles' Long Coats We have just received a few extra good values in Ladies' Long Coats Coats that are made from a good quality all wool gray and brown striped goods. Is a Coat that is made in a good warm style, that closes up at the neck, full back with strap. This is a Coat wa are put ting out as a special at $10 OO. At $12.00 we are al?o putting in a few odd Coats in different styles ('oats that the cloths are closed and we cannot duplicate. Are Coats that sold at $14.00, to clean up at $10 oo. We have a few odd Coata that we carried from last season. Are not bad style, but a little different, a little more fitted. Are a good value at the regular price. Are Coats that sold at from 10 00 to $2500. In this clean-up lot at less than half price. See how good a Coat you can get from $3 08 to SIOOO. In our regular line of Coats we have some new things in the full length as well as the popular Johnny Coats that are the newest things and extra good values. These are priced at from $12 50 to $25 00. In Ladies' Long Black Coats wa are showing some very handsome new models. Coats that are cut on the new lines and carry an amount of style that is sure to appeal to you as just right. Misses' Junior Coats In the MSssm' Junior Coata we have the largest and best line we have ever carried. This is a line of Coats that has the style of the La dies' Coata and comes between the children's and misses' sizea. At $10.00 we are putting out a few odd Coats that the sizes have become broken in, or where the cloths are closed out. So we can not duplicate them. These are Coats that hare sold from $11.00 to $14.00, only one or two of a style. Are ex tra good values. At from $12 OO to $20 00 are some very good values in Junior Coats that are new. These are Coats where there are only one or two of a kind are Coats that will appeal to you as just right. Our line of Children's Coats is com plete in every way, coming in ft range of cloths that are warm as well as serviceable. This is a line of Coats that are made in a variety of popu lar models. Coats that are very at tractive and close up at the neck, making a very warm, serviceable gar ment. These are Coats that run in sizes from 6 to 14 years and sell at from $4 50 to $15.00- See the line. : The Baylig'ht Store j An Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results. The New Scientific Frying Pans ! Eliminates all the disagreeable features found in cook ing certain kinds of food. WHY? Because these Frying Pans are smokeless, greaseless, odorless and is guaranteed to cook and nicely brown anything cooked in them quicker than any frying pan on the market. THE REASON The flue in the paa carries off ili the smoke, odor and steam from the room. The out-flared portion on upper edge keeps grease from flying over the stove and floor, Then the lockiag cover which keeps the cover up while fot turn over what is being cooked, renders it the most convenient and practical Fry Pan to-day. See our display and learn more important advantages by the use of these Frying Pans. C. N. KENTON & CO.'S CASH BARGAIN STORE Victor Bianchi, who recently returned to this city from Worcester, Mas.-, where he had been employed for the past year, has commenced work for the C'al derara Grocery company. The Presbrey-Coykendall Co. resumed operations at its plant on the Gale farm this morning, after a day's suspension as the result of a breakdown which oc curred yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Stolz, who are making an extended automobile trip through Vermont and New Hampshire, were visitors in the city yesterday while on their way home to Rochester, X. Y. Austin O. McNeil, a former resident of Rarre, who is employed in a St. Johns bury drug store, arrived in the city yes terday for a few days' visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mo- Neil of Maple Grove. George A. Bemis of Long street re turned home yesterday, after passing two weeks with his daughter, Mrs. (ieorge A. Mosher, in Brighton, Mass. Mr. Bemis has resumed his duties as janitor at the city building. Ralph Garrett of Kinney street has returned from Vinal Haven, Me., where he has been spending the past week. Mr. .larrett accompanied his mother, Mrs. Rose Garrett, who will remain at Vinal Haven during the winter. The condition of Giovanni Catto of Mxtn street, who sustained injuries about the face while employed at the Presbrey-Coykendall C'o.''a plant yester day, wss rejorted to be much improved this morning. He will be discharged from the hospital within a few days. W. A. Lane is making extensive prep arations to n-build the structures com prising a part of the Ijine property re cently destroyed in Burnham's meadow. He will erect a new and up-to-date ma chine shop measuring 30 x 60 feet and one story in height. Adjoining the shop a grinding room will be built. The two buildings are to be covered, roof and walls, with material partially fireproof. The old fire station at the corner of North Main and Hhukwell streets has been temporarily transformed into a place of resilience for the man who is assisting Health Officer Dr. J. It. Wood ruff in his work of stopping the spread , m nuiiiHi(, i iic mit iin is usea as the fifth warl polling plaoe at election ' time, and the authorities have promised that the building will be thoroughly ', fumigated before November 4 arrives. " Switch light strung along the tracks ; in the Central Vermont vsrds have Ute- i ly formed target for sharp stones or j some kind of a heavy weapoa and the ; j attaches at the station y they have i ! exhausted about everr means of detect-j j ing the misrhief mArn. without any j j result. This nvimine several of the ; i l.chts were reported to be lroken. ant ; !tf-ia last depredation is only the latest of erie f such destructive warfare, j lit is i kelv that the poliee will be in- i i treted iii an effort to apprehend the! o?Vnlers, ho arc supted to be small boja. TALK OF THE TOWN Yard-wide lining satins, 87c, at Abbott's. lot Hoagknit sweaters at Ab- New botfs. Sale on silk dresses, serge dresses and sweaters, at Fitts'. There will he no meeting of the Ladies of the G. A. R. until further notice. Louis Filaberti of Orange street went Monday to Los .Angeles, Cal., where he will reside. J. A. Farnham, who has been spend ing the past few days in this city, re turned last evening to his home at Sun cook, N. H. H. W. Counters of Burlington, who has been spending the past few davs in the city on business, left this morning for Middlesex. Mrs. K. (Jrafton, who has been confined to her home on Washington street for the past two weeks, was able to be out of doors yesterday. George Roscoe arrived in this city yesterday from Boston and after a brief visit left for Graniteville, where he will spend a few days with relatives. Mis Ida Fraser of Graniteville, who has been visiting at New York for the past two weeks, was a visitor in the city yesterday, returning to her home. Leslie Creighton of Maple avenue re sumed work this morning at the Har rison Granite company. Mr. Creighton has been detained from his duties since undergoing an operation last spring for appendicitis. Ernest Oltolinl of Blackwell street and daughter. Miss Eliza, left this morning for Burlington, where they will make a short" visit at the Mary Fletcher hos pital, where Mrs. Oltolini underwent an operation a few weeks ago. Work Shoes AND HUNTING BOOTS Come to us when in need of the abre. We have the Bass Shoes in four heights. q Work Shees in all styles, and at all prices. CJ lie sure you see them before you buy others. q WALK-OVERS for men and women. WALK-OVER SHOE STORE 170 North Main Street TALK OF THE TOWN Just inten drop-side Iron couches, at ilales. There will be no meetings of Bright Star Rebekah lodge until further notice. Per order noble grand. Mr. and Mrs. Theonhile Burnor of Haverhill, Mass., arrived in the city last night for a week s visit with relatives in Harre and Graniteville. Dr. W. F. Mann has moved his house hold goods from the house at the corner of Richardson aud 11UI streets into me Hathaway house on Washington street, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gaskell of East street left this forenoon for their former home in Barton to visit relatives for a few days before going to Daytona, Ha., for the winter. Ex-Gov. John A. Mead and Mrs. Mead of Rutland, who have been spending sev eral days in Montpelier, Mere visitors in the city to-day, while on their way home by automobile. Mrs. O. N. Granger, president of divi sion No; 1, Indies' auxiliary to the A. '. H., will go to-night to Burlington, where she will be a guest at a conven tion of Chittenden county members of the order. Pay Cash! SCOTT RIVERS. Barre Girl Bride in Wedding at Monson ville, N. H. Monsonville, N. II., Oct. 23. A very pretty wedding occurred in the Method ist church in Monsonville, X, H., on Wednesday. Oct, 0, at 10 a. in., when Miss Rocepha Almedia Rivers, daughter of Mrs. Lydia Rivers of Barre, Vt., and Wallace Kendall Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scott of this place, were mar ried by Rev. Millard F. Hardy of Nel son. The bridal party entered the church when the wedding march from Lohengrin was played by Miss Emily E. Barrett of Keene, and took their places under a beautiful white wedding bell. The single ring service was used. The bride was gowned in heavy white Bilk with a bridal veil fastened with lilies of the valley and carried bride's roses. J he maid ot honor was ansa ueorgi- anna Morris of New Bedford, Mass., who wore white satin and carried white car nations. The bridesmaids were the Misses Clare B. Tage, Marguerite Page and Lorraine Law of Monsonville, and Anastasia McCarty of Scituate, Mass., who wore pink messaline and carried roses. The best man was Roy E. Pratt of Keene, and the ushers were Walter Buekminster of Marlboro, William Bar rett of East Sullivan, Kenneth McClure of Stoddard and Harlan G. Barrett of Keene. The ring bearer was Master Ralph G. Page and the flower girl, Mis Jeannette Law, carried sweet peas. The church was handsonjely decorated with autumn leaves and hydrangeas. Following the ceremony a reception waa held at the home of the groom, where the guests were presented to the re ceiving party, which included Mr. and Mrs. Wallace K. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Fret! Scott, Mrs. Lydia Rivers and Misa Georgianna Morris and Roy E. Pratt. Then delicious refreshments were served and the wedding cake given out by the bride. The presents were many and beautiful, consisting of silver, china, cut glass, linen, furniture and money, and a dinner set from Monsonville friends. Among the guests from out of town were Mrs. Lydia Rivers of Barre, Vt., Reuben Dunn and Mrs. Bessie White of Marlboro, and Miss Josephine Scott of Milford, The happy couple left by automobile for a short wedding tour, and on their return they will reside in Keene, N. II. ! For Your Meats, Fresh Fish and Groceries i i I We pive a five-pound pail S m a at AP ! ot Lard tree with every JO j j worth of rebate checks, inj ! addition to five per cent on fall cash sales at our store. ! This means eight per cent ! discount if you buy for cash ! at our store. ! I J i We do not run book ac-1 i counts longer than two I weeks; our profits are not! j large enougn to justuy usj jin keeping longer accounts, j ! Our meats are covered! with glass and handled inj j a sanitary way not handled j I by everyone's hands. j I FRESH VACCINE AND SHIELDS at Kendrick's Drug Store 2 Tell the Phone your or- j der; we'll do the rest. SPECIAL j Another lot of Fancy! : Onions at 25c a peck, 95c j per bushel. j j Eat 'em! They are thej best known preventive for: 'the small pox. SMITH & CUMINGS ! T.lepk. CU. 400 GOOD VALUES Bouillon Cubes, twelve in a box, for - 25c Armour's Beef Extract, small size - 45c Armour's Beef Extract, large size ... 85c Cocoa in bulk, per pound - 25c Lownej's Cocoa, per can - - 20c Human Brand Coffee, per pound - 25c Ladd's Special, a 35c value, psr pound - - 30c Reception Brand Coffee a big value at - - 35c Tea from 15c to SI.OO per pound. Potatoes in Quantity We expect Tuesday a carload of Fancy York State Potatoes, clean and free from rot. Five-bushel lots or over delivered at 60c per bushel. Price if taken from the car will be 55c per bushel. CLEAN R50NEY At lonr as it mar be reauired. all monei taken in will n , - , r - - a be thoroughly disinfected before being given to thecus- tomers, also disinfectants will be used in tne stare alter each day's business. F. D. LADD COMPANY