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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. RARRE. VT.. FRIDAY. OCTORER 2.5. ,1912.
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Special Values at Perry's
on Saturday!
You will always find special bargains here on Saturday,
and at a big saving to you.
A Sale o! Cotton Crash 5c Yard
500 Yards Twilled Cotton Crash, 16-inchcs wide; fine,
white, with fast red borders; an unusually , good wearing
Crash, on Saturday, per yard, only 5c.
Special Bargain on Umbrellas, 89c each
- One lot of Ladies' 26-inch Umbrellas, an extra good qual
ity cover, tape edge and silk tassels; an umbrella worth more
money, for Saturday, only 89c each.
Sheets and Pillow Cases at a Saving Saturday
Sheets, 81x90, good quality of cotton, each, 50c.
Sheets, 81x90, extra good cloth, each, 79c.
Pillow Slips, good size, a bargain at the price, I2jc.
Pillow Slips, hemstitched, 17c.
A House Dress for 69c each
One lot of House Dresses, in dark, gray, navy blue checks,
of goods quality percale, nicely trimmed: a dress worth
more money, we shall ask you only 69c each on Saturday.
PERRY & CAMP.
,Telcphon 258-W. 75 Main Street. Barre, Vermont
Mow to Buy An
EASY CHAIR
J You don't spend much time sitting about the
house in easy chairs during the summer. You
want to be out of doors.
3 But now the fall season is at hand, and as the
evenings get longer
you will spend a good
deal of time inside.
the hvuse.
'i E . - , 4.
J The best time to
buy an easy chair is
now, not only because our fall stock is
bigger and more complete but because you get the
maximum value out of your purchase from the very
first day it arrives.
tj Don't put off buying an easy chair for several
months until half the winter is gone. Be com
fortable now. If you want to pay for your chair
during the fall months we will arrange the terms to
satisfy y'ou.
We are sole agents for Barre for the following
Nationally Advertised Lines
The Guaranteed Kinds
9lobcVcrr ichz Bookcases.
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets
Barcalo Security Cribs 4
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.
B. W. HOOKER & CO,
Let Us Do Yur Fumigating. We Make a Specialty of It.
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 irj them quicker than any frying pan
on the market.
THE REASON
The flue in the pan carries eff all the smke, odor
and steam from the room. The out-flared portion on
upper edge keeps grease from flying over the stove and
floar, Then the locking cover which keeps the corer
up while rot turn over what is being cooked, renders it
the most convenient and practical Fry Fan to-day.
See our display and learn more important advantages
by the use of these Frying Pans.
C. N. KENYON & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE
TALK OF THE TOWN
Pre Abbott! Saturday sale
A larue line of pictures ami mirror
at Halo1!.
At 80c each, umbrellas a special salo
at I'erry'a on Saturday.
Mark ostrich i.ltimes H Indies long at
$2.75. 1(J inches long at $1.50. Mr. C. It.
Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Collins of Laconia,
N. If., are visiting in tho city for u
few days.
A. C. Comatovk of Ilrookfleld was
among the business 'visitors in the city
yesterday.
A. E. Stevens arrived in this city yes
terday from Lawrence, Mass,, for a few
days' business visit.
Mrs. A. Colombo of Holster place left
this morning for Waterbury, where she
will visit for a few days.
R. J. Dempsey returned to Rochester,
N'. Y this morning, after a few days'
business visit in this vicinity.
We are showing the largest line of silk
waists in the state. ISeo new Robes
pierre collar. Paris Shirtwaist House.
Milk route: Putting out from 123
to lftO quarts daily. A good chance.
Inquire The 1). A. Perry Keal Estate
Agency, Barre, Vt.
The best preventative for smallpox
to eat sparingly, chew tobacco and smoke
Landers "Our Latest cigar, fi cents.
sold everywhere. Advt.
M. Rice, advance agent for the "Kx
cuse Me" company, which was booked to
lay in this city Xov. 8, was among the
names visitors Here to-uay.
Twenty per cent, discount on all mil
linery sold this week at Mrs. Nelson
Church's. Storo fumigated each night
ana gernnciues in use an the time.
'A. T. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT k CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO.
SATURDAY SALE, OCTOBER 26 j
A Nice Lot of Blankets and Outing Flannels
Any Blanket in our stock from 49c up to 510,50 at a liberal discount for this one day's
sale, Saturday. October 26. 1
Asa Blanket leader for this one. day we put on sale one case of Eleven-quarter Gray
Blankets that were a 51.29 seller (a great bargain) now to make a big Blanket sale Q7
Saturday we arc to sell them at, per pair, - - - - - -
With this Blanket Sale we are to sell about 20 pieces of 10c Colored Outing Flannel in tan
7 l-2c
stripes and checks, blue stripes and checks, gray stripes and checks, and pink
stripes and checks, this one day at only, per yard, ------
Mr. O. X. Canton and daughter, Lou
se, of Summer street, who have been
spending the past few months at Oneida
J. i., returned to this city to-day.
Auction sale to-morrow for J. B,
Hrockwav at Williamstown village, Vt
Cows, horses, household furniture, etc.
ee ad., page 7. C. i. Smith, auction
eer.
H. IT. Moore, who has been spending
tne past weeK in tins city purchasing
paving blocks in the intercut of the Mil
dreth raving company, will return to
Boston this evening.
See the new silk dresses at Vaughan's
Harry Lillicrap, a granite manufactur
er, returned to his home at Concord to
day, after spending the past few days
in this vicinity on business.
x nave a car or rancy wealth pears
from Vineland, N. J. Good enough to
eat. Cheap enough for preserving. Or
er of your dealer earlv, for deliver
direct from the car. Sidney E. Spaf
ford, wholesale fruit and produce, Barre,
t.
Thursday's arrivals at the hotel Otis
were as follows: John K. .Makm, xsew
Yorki Harry K. Gage, Burlington: L. M.
Crawford, Hartford, Conn.: H. U. White
head, New York; W. S. Savles, Bostons
II. L. Morgan and wife, Laconia, X. H.j
G. A. Collins and wife, Laconia, X. II.
Miss Jennie Sinclair of Belfast, Ire
land, arrived in the city last night from
Boston, where she recently lunded from
the Cunard liner Franconia. ' Miss Sin-
air will pass six months at the home
of her brother, Chief of Police Samuel
Sinclair, on Webster avenue. She was
accompanied from Boston by Mrs. Sin
clair. The recently published report of John
W. Titcomb, state fish and game com
missioner, shows that 4,200 trout were
placed .in the Rice lot brook during 1912.
In the same period, Theron A. Lord pur
chased 6,000 brook trout and 3,000 trout
of the same variety were sold by the
state to Luther Lord. Hie fish were
used in stocking private preserves,
II. J. Woodward, manager of the Barre
Medium Quarry company's office in the
Aldrich building. Intends to spend the
greater part of ,his spare moments dur
ing the coming season of snow, apply
ing bis time to the perfection of a wire
less apparatus at his home in Mont
pelier. Mr. Woodward graduated from
Norwich university last June with hon
ors in the electrical engineering depart
ment. In his four years at the Dog
river educational institution, be was
closely affiliated with electrical organi
sations and during his last yesr at the
school he was appointed to the highest
electrical office in the school, master chief
electrician, being in full charge of the
various wireless devices. Mr. Woodward
will be occupied with his task for some
time and anticipates installing the ap
paratus on some high point in the close
vicinity of Montpelier, so that the con
struction of the aereo will be facilitated,
and the means of transporting electrical
current will be feasible. When the work
is completed. Mr. Woodward asserts that
he will be able to communicate with any
part of the land east of the Mississippi
river, having tho means oi transmit
ting, as well as receiving.
The Daylight Store
J
TALK OF THE TOWN
See Abbott's Saturday sale.
Shirtwaist boxes at Hale's. i
Dust less floor mops and brushes at
Hale's.
Our 5.50 sweater for $3.98 Satur
day at Vaughan's.
Large line of new house and afternoon
dresses. Paris Shirtwaist House.
Five hundred yards twilled cotton
crash, tic per yard, on sale Saturday at
Perry's.
C. C. Tredle of White River Junction
was among the business visitors in the
city yesterday.
George A. Hill returned last night to
bis bonie in Xorthfield, after passing a
week in the city.
Charles S. Leslie left this morning for
Montreal, P. Q., where he will spend a
few davs with friends.
A. E. Morris returned last night o bis
home in Bradford, after spending a few
days in the city on business.
Lerov Goodhull returned to-day to
South Woodbury, after spending seral
days jn the city on business.
P. G. Lamson has returned to his home
in LamnrKlge, Mass., alter spenamg a
fev days in the city on business.
Thomas C. Carson of Laurel street
went this morning to Bethel, where he
will make a ahort visit with relatives.
Fayette Cutler of North Main street
returned last evening from a two weeks'
business trip to Philadelphia and New
York.
J. J. Frontini of Fobs street returned
home last night, after passing several
days with friends in Waterbury and vi
cinity.
Antoni Fasola of Berlin street left
yesterday afternoon for Highgate
Springs, where he will spend a few days
hunting ducks.
Irwin C. Eckley, who has been spend
ng several days with friends in the city,
returneil last night to his home in
Greenfield, Mass.
Mrs. O. M. Norton and two children,
who have been visiting relatives in Wil
liamstown, were in the city to-day on
their way home to Orwell.
new two-in-one waist. New
latest fad. Paris Shirtwaist
TALK OF THE TOWN
"The specialty store." Hale's.
Just in ten drop-side Iron couches, at
Hale's.
You will always find special values at
Perry's on Saturday and at a big saving.
The
York's
House.
Saturday opening of new fall neck
wear. Come here for something new.
At Vaughan's.
R. II. Strickland of Plainfleld, N. J.,
was among the business visitors in the
city yesterday.
N. L. Baker returned yesterday, after
spending several days at his former
borne in Richmond.
Aleck Freeland of Forsvthe place left
this morning for Montreal, P. (J., where
be will make a short business visit.
Miss Ethel Cross returned yesterday
afternoon to her home in St. Albans,
after spending a week with friends in
the city.
Henry Hull, who has been spending
several days in the city as the guest of
Andrew Morrison of Batchelder street,
left last night for his home in Wood
bury. William Turner returned home yes
terday from Waterbury, where Tuesday
he attended the funeral of his brother,
Curtia Turner, whose sudden death oc
curred Sunday morning.
US
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DO YOU ENJOY EATING
Or
Does Everything You
You?
Eat Distress
Lamson
Hubbard
Best in America
Leaders for Fall and Winter
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FOR SALE BY
THE
FKAKK McWHORTER CO,
Barre, Vermont
Mrs. C. W, Wingate returned this
morning to tier home in w eymoutn,
Mass., after spending several days with
relatives in Barre and Northfleld.
Prof, and Mrs. C. II. White of Richard
son street left yesterday noon for Wal
den, where they were called to attend a
funeral. They will return to Barre Sat
urday. Mrs. O. N. Granger of Summer street
returned yesterday from Burlington,
where sbe attended a convention of the
Laudies' Auxiliary, A. O. II., Wednes
day evening.
The heavy rains of the past two days
have swollen Steven's branch to twice
its normal size and tributary streams
have been raised in like proportion by
the torrents.
Joseph Smith of Pearl street left
Wednesday night for Manchester, N, H.,
being called there by the death of a rel
ative. Mr. Smith "will return to the
city Saturday evening.
C. F. Smith returned last night from
Stockbridge, where he conducted an
auction sale yesterday and left again
this morning for Fsyston, where he had
charge of the sale of the Marble prop
erty. I have a car of Fancy Wealth pears
from Vineland, N. J. Good enough to
eat. Cheap enough for preserving. Or
der of your dealer early, for delivery
direct from the car. hidney i. Spaf
ford, wholesale fruit and produce, Barre,
Vt.
Mrs. James Stewart, who has been
nassincr eighteen months at the home
of her son. George C. Stewart, of Maple
avenue, left this morning for Montreal,
P. Q., where she will make a short stay
before returning on the Allan liner,
Hesperian, to her home in Aberdeen,
Scotland. Mrs. Stewart wa accompan
ied as far as Montreal by her son, who
will return to this city Sunday.
Mra. Alfred Milne of Forsvthe place
left this morning for Montjeal, P. t?.,
whence she will sail to-morrow on the
Allan line steamship. Hesperian, for
her foj-mer home in Aberdeen, Scotland,
for a star of several months. Mrs. Milne
was accompanied by her husband, w ho 1
will return to Barre Sunday.
I hare a ear of hand-picked Lake On
tario Baldwins, shipped in bulk, due in
Barre Oct. 21. These apple will be sold
by your borne dealers, who will have
samples of them for your inspection at
their stores. Give them your order and
have thera delivered direct from car. The
fancy No. 1 in barrels, out of this aame
orchard, will arrive about Oct. 30. Sid
ney E. Spsfford, dealer in fruit and
produce. Wholesale only. Positively no
goods retailed.
Experts declare that the reason stom
ach disorders are so common in this
country is due to hasty and careless
habits of eating. Stomach troubles and
run-down conditions also usually go to
gether. John Lind of Oneonta, N. Y., says:
"I had a bad stomach trouble for fif
teen years and became so weak that I
could hardly walk or do any work. My
appetite was very poor, and it seemed
impossible to get any relief. Since tak
ing two bottles of Vinol, 1 find that it
has already made a remarkable improve
ment in my health, my digestion , is
much stronger, and I have gained in
weight."
Vinol makes weak stomachs strong be
cause it strengthens ana tones up the
weakened, tired and overtaxed nerves of
the digestive organs. Vinol is easily
assimilated by the weakest stomachs,
and is delicious to the taste.
Try a bottle of Vinol with the under
standing that your money will be re
turned if it does not help you. Red
Cross Pharmacy, Burt H. Wells, Prop.,
Barre, t.
P. S. Stop scratching, our Saxo
Salve stops itching. We guarantee it.
Advt.
One hundred and fifty pairs of Ladies' Rubber Gloves
to be sold Saturday at 37c a pair a regular 68c value.
Every pair warranted to be perfectly free from defects in
manufacture. Ladies! protect your hands from greasy
dishwater and the like.
Regular 68c value for only 37c per Pair
100 five-grain Cascara Tablets
100 Rhinitis Tablets
50 Lithia Tablets -Stomach-Rite
-Parisian
Sage -
25c
25c
25c
39c
39c
Drovvn's Warranted Cough and Co!d Remedy is the
very best remedy for all coughs and colds.
25c the Bottle
Every bottle warranted to give satisfaction or your
money refunded.
Our special $1.25 value Rubber Water Bottle at 89c
is proving a winner.
Drown's Drug Store
48 North Main Street
The Siore That Wants Your Trade
NOTICE.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The
Peerless Granite Company, a partnership
heretofore existing and composed of three
partners, namely, George Juras, Lui
Juras and Henry W. Carr, has been
dissolved by mutual agreement, the said
Henry W. Carr having withdrawn from
the co-partnership. The business will be
earied on under the same name by the
co-partners, George Juras and Lui Juras.
CiKOK'iE JURAS,
LUI JURAS.
THIS WEEKS
I we have at extra fine!
! stock of
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North
to South
Our Bread can be obtained very handy from
most any location in Barre.
Ask for our Bread at the following: places,
and you will get the best Bread in town.
F. A. Nichols & Son.. North Main Street
Mrs. E. Spargo North Main Street
B. P. Shradoni Granite Street
Louis Joseph.... Granite Street
H. J. Smith North Main Street
Tassie Brothers North Main Street
Joseph Shradroni South Main Street
Louis Romanos Prospect Street
McAllister Brothers...... East Barre
Henry Bisson East Barre
Cream Goods and Baked Beans on Saturday
Our business is growing every day, and it is f
quatujr mat. uuco iit
CITY BAKERY
Telephone 12-M Campbell Block
fi
Card of Thanks.
Wear
Hub Rubbers
winter
We wih to thank our friends for their
words of sympathy and many arts of
kitvdnr. al'o for the beautiful flowers
with their menage of lore and friend
ship. Mrs. E. J. Waterman.
Miss Maude M. Msrden
Mr. and Mra. W. F. Baker.
Batterer, X. IL i
Mackerel, fine, each 15c j
Blue Fiih, per pound. 25c
Chicken Halibut, per lb.. 22 25c
Salmon, very fancy, lb 30c
t
Reck Cod, per pound. 10 to 12c I
Shore Haddock, pound. lO to 1 2c I
I Eels, dressed, per pound.... 15c j
j Flat, per pound 10c j;
Finnan Haddie, per pound. .. 12c J ;
;
f Ovsters, all tizes, per pint . .25c j
Clam, for chowder, per pt.. 18c I
dim, per peck 50c
GOOD VALUES
We have some fancy Wealthy Pears, the last of the
season; while they last, per peck - 40c
Fancy Clever Comb Honey, per box - - 23c
Grape Fruit, large 64 count, three for - - 25c
Foundling Apples, per peck - - - - 20c
MEAT DEPARTMENT.
Legs of Native Lamb, for Saturday, per pound.
Hothouse Tomatoes, per pound -Fresh-picked
Spinach, per peck
Boston crisp Lettuce, per bunch -Vegetable
Oysters, per bunch -Celery,
fresh and crisp, per bunch -Quinces,
Cranberries and Sweet Apples.
BAKERY DEPARTMENT.
Fruit Cake, all kinds, for Saturday, per lb.
Cream Goods, with fresh cream Saturday.
Baked Beans that are baked right, per quart -Cream
Bread, the bread that pleases, 3 loaves
One Package Tahoma Discuit Free. With Every Three Packages
Purchased at 15c You Cet One Free.
18c
10c
30c
03c
13c
15c
15c
12c
25c
Oysters, Blue Points. doz...25c
Lobsters, freshljr cooked, lb.. 35c
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