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TIIK HAKHH DAILY TIMES. HA It HE. V'J. SATUJIDAV. OCTOBER 2(5. 1012.
5, YOU WILL NEVER KNOW About the Messaline,. Silk Chiffon, Taffetas, Flannel Waists that we are showing, unless you get acquainted and note the extremely low prices we have named on these Waists. SCRIM CURTAINS We have received a new lot of Scrim Curtains, priced at 89c, $1.25, $1.75 and $2.50. Some pretty jjood values. BED SPREADS If in need, or have been thinking of buying a Spread, now is a good opportunity. We have a big lot and can save you money. 98c, $1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 1.98, 2.50 and 3.00. PERRY & CAMP. Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street, Barre, Vermont. How to Buy Am EASY CHASM 1 You don't spend much time sitting about the house in easy chairs during the summer. You want to be out of doors. 1$ But now the fall season is at hand, -j zfl evenings get longer ri J vou WN spend a good leal of time ic house. insid and as the TTtira IJ The best time to "jj 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. C$ 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 you. B. W. HOOKER & CO., UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTOR LICENSED EMBALMERS HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE PROMIT ATTENTION THOSE 87-11 TALK OF THE TOWN See Ahbott'a Saturday sule. Ncp the new silk dresses at Yauglmn'i Buy jour Hewing iiiiicliiiics at Kitts' A largo line of pictures ami mirrors at Halo. At H!)e each, unilr'll a a pedal Hale at lvrry a nn Saturday. Tlio flint arrival of frvxh dates are in at 10c a pound. Uivorsl Fruit Co, Itliu-k oat rich , lumen H int'lies. Ions at 2.73, 10 indies Ioiilt at $1.30. Mrs. C. It, Wood. Have vou noticed the fiuiry crape fruit wo are sellinc at four for 2")el Piversi Fruit Co. C. M. MoOrath of PawtiK-ket, R. T was ainoiiL' the lminci visitors in the city yesterday. C. ('. Curtis of White River Junction HUD anions' the Inutile visitors In the citv yeetorday. Wa are allowing; the largest lino of ai lie waists in the stale. See new Kobes pierre collar, l'aria Shirtwaist House. fioonro O, Hohart returned yesterday to hia home in Syracuse, X. Y after passing a week with relativea in tin city. Davis & Davis, Washington patent at torneva, report the grant of a patent on a stnne-cuttinir lathe to r. A. lirenr- on of Barre. Mia Julia McAllister, a teacher in til's public school, went this morning to her mine in Moretown for a few days visit with relative. Milk route: Put tins; out from 125 to 150 quart daily. A good chance. Inquire The D. A. Perry Real Estate Ajfency, Barre, Vt. Twenty per cent, discount on all mil linery sold this week at Mrs. Nelson Church's. 8tore fumigated each night and germicides in use all the time. The condition of Mr. A. M. Morrison of Batcheldcr street, who ha been con fined to the houe by illne for several days, was reported to lie somewhat im proved this morning. Nicholas and Chris Peters, engaged in the peanut and pop com business in this city, will bring the season to a close next week, both leaving for New York on Wednesday to sail to their native land, Greece, to enlist in the war now being waged against Turkey. Mrs. James Robertson and little son, James, jr., of Washington street re turned home last night, after spending several days with relatives in Montreal, 1. y. Airs. Robertson was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Kill, who will make an extended visit in Barre. MtSAASSAAS4Ss44MttiMSS4AaS4SsMMt4M4stMtt444MMMMmM A. 1 ABBOTT & CO. A. I ABBOTT & CO. A. 1 ABBOTT k CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. X i 243,f THE HAPPY MEDIUM The only thine; that is worse than paying too much for a gar ment is paying too little for it. A thing that is too cheap is scarcely worth anything at all. The garments that we study to keep and offer the trade are those that give exactly the right medium in price. Bgt you will never find a garment too low in price so that it interferes in the quality, yet they arc low priced for the quality and service that they give. We only sell those garments that we can guarantee in every way to give perfect satisfaction, both as to price and service given. We are showing a very large line of Children's Coats, both in the White and Colored Coats. Wc also have some extra values in the Misses' Junior Coats. Ladies' Serge Dresses The Wool Dress seems to bo one of the most interesting lines of Gar ments we are showing this season. One reason they are so1 popular is the fact that they are a line of popular-priced All Wool Serjje Dresses, made up in the season's best style. They aro made by New England inanufactiiiers and on lines thut tit the New England trade. You would hardly believe that you could buy for $5 75 an All Wool (Sergo Dress that is made up with the amount of style they have, and at the same time get a Dress that is made to tit the form like it was made for you. ' This line of Dresses are made in different styles and qualities,, rang ing in prices from $5.75 to $14 OO. This is a line of Dresses that are made to meet the great demand for a good fitting guaranteed Dress at a popular price. . ; MAGEE HEATERS Are the Best Come in and let us tell you why they are; then try one and be convinced. THE N. D. PHELPS CO. Telephone 29 Barre, Vermont W1 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 pan carries off all the smoke, odor and steam from the room. The out-flared portian on upper edge keeps grease from flying over the stove and floor, Then the locking cover which keeps the cover up while yot 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 GASH BARGAIN STORE Lorena Leopold, the seven-months-old son or a 1 bene ana t.nmia Jjoulrice of Fast Harre, died yesterday of pneumo nia. J he tuneral service will be held at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon from St. Sylvester's church in Graniteville, with burial in the Catholic cemetery in this city. The electric lighting people state that their wires on Summer and Seminary streets, near where the accident to Thom as Ingram occurred Thursday evening, arc under the wires of the telephone people, and a rubber hook holding the telephone wires pulled out and allowed the telephone wire to drop across the lighting company's wires. (). A. f'aine and J. L. Maxson have taken out partnership papers, to con duct a printing, typewriter sales anil repairing business at Mr. MavsonV stand at u3 .North .Mam street. Mr. Maxson has conducted the business alone for some time. Mr. Paine is a compara tively newcomer in Itarrc, although he has already gained for himself a wide spread reputation as a designer, illus trator and draughtsman. The Vermont Telephone & Telegraph company, has broken ground for its un derground conduit system which is to be extended along Washington street this fall. A gang of men is employed on the job and the contractor hopes to have the work completed before snow (lies. The conduit are of cypress and large enough in diameter to permit the stringing of fire alarm wires and a pa trol system, should the city desire to make a change in the' future. The com pany is also stringing new sections of overhead wires in many parts of the city. Kdward Sunderlin of Lebanon, X. II., well known through his connection with the grand circuit as an expert driver, was a risitor in the city vesterday as the guest of Will Page. Mr. Sunderlin is in charge of Al Dillard. Mr. Sunderlin has placed the horse in winter quarters at Lebanon, where he will remain until the call of the turf next sprint. Prob ably no other horse in New England can boast of such a successful record. In the four years the Dillard horse has been kicking dust on race courses, 4tr races has he entered and 41 times has he taken the money. Ihiring the past season the Dillard horse entered 12 races, showing his heels to all competitors in every heat, a rather unique season's rec ord. The horse is now seven vears old. Bed Comforters Our line this season is in advance of linc aliuw n by us in former sea sons, being better styles, better made anil at a little better price, aa the lollowing will biiow: due lot of full-size Comforters made both sides alike, cotton filled, not old ragH, aa usually used in a Comforter at this price. This lot at $100 each. One lot of full-size Comforters, both sides covered with very pretty Hilkoline, tilled with good, clean cot ton batting. These for only $1.25 each a good $1.30 value. One lot of very large Comforters, covered with heavy silkoline, in new desiim. These for $1.49 each a good trade. One lot of extra large Comfort ers. These are our specials for size. These at $1.08 each. Comforters with satin borders at $108- These covered with all at ine at 3 OO each. The above are the best Comfort er values that we ever had for sale. Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters This is the first time since lat July that we could take you to our Sweater stock with any confidence that we were to have the size in the .Sweater that you most wanted; and now it is only due to our not being afraid to order heavily in Au gust. They are now coming along so that we are well stocked, and all of these are of the 110AGKNIT kind, so much desired from fact that for the money asked they are the real values. When we cannot get HOAGKXIT SWEATERS, we go without, claim ing that it is far better to lose a sale than a customer. Children's lloagknit Sweaters at 08c and $208- Mioses' lloagknit Sweaters with collars at $1.75 and $208. Ladies' lloagknit Sweaters with the new collar at $3 08 and $5.75. These are especially desirable. Ladies' Tailored Suits The demand for the Tailored Suit is much greater than was predicted earlier in the season. The Suits are a little heavier than for a season or two. Then, the warm weather hold ing on, makes the trade realize more the value of a good Tailor-Made Suit. The Tailored Suit is the dresjy garment of the season, and wheu they come in good weight cloths they are bound to be popular, especially in the medium and better qualities. We have some extra good values in the Men's Serges and the heavy Two-Toned Whipcords. These are Suits that sell at from $1800 to $2250. In the better grade Suits we havo one of the best lines of good weight Suits. Suits that are different in design. ' Then, too, we can give you a good range of cloths. Suits where there are only one or two of a de sign. These are priced from $25 00 to $3000. t X I X X i : : : Wc arc showing a very desirable line of DRESS GOODS and our line of SILKS arc the best assorted that we have ever had. Our CHARMEUSE SILK at $1.75 is a trade. The Daylight vStore X rOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED WANTED TO BUY A amtll barn or shod. Address V." oars of Timet office. itMti TALK OF THE TOWN Shirtwaist boxes at Hale's. See Abbott's Saturday sale. See our marmot coat at Stio.OO at Fitts'. All sizes in Hoagknit sweaters at Ab bott's. Dustless floor mops anS brushes at Hale's. Our $5.50 sweaters for $3.08 Satur day at Vaughan's. Large line of new house and afternoon dresses. Paris Shirtwaist House. Saturday opening of new fall neck wear. Come here for something new. At Vaughan's. Mrs. A. Colombo of Bolter place went yesterday to Korthfield, where she will Visit relatives for a few days. John P. Casellini of North Main street left this morning on a business trip to South Ryegatc and vninity. The finest California Tokay and Cor michon grapes of the season at two pounds for 2."c. Diversl Fruit Co. IT. L. Morgan of Laeonia, JT. H.. a former resident of Harre, was among the business visitors In the city to-day. Mrs. Cilbert Odell, who has been vis iting relatives in the city for a few days, returned this forenoon to her home in Harton. Lieutenant-flovernor Frank E. Howe was in the city to-day on his way to Chelsea, where' he will pass the week end with friends. Egedio Rulfo of Xorth Main street resume! his duties at the Lamorey Clothing store this morning, after an absence of two weeks. Friday's arrivals at the hotel Otis were as follows: N. II. Clvnn, N'orthfiel.l ; K. If. Mansfield, Pittsburg, Pa.; F. S. Williams, Hradford; F. A. (iardner, Wil ton, Me. TALK OF THE TOWN Beacon blankets at Fitts'. "The specialty store." Hale's. See Abbott's $1.73 charmcuse silk. Just in ten drop-side iron couches, at Hales. You will always find special values at Perry's on Saturday and at a big sav ing. The new two-in-one waist, New York's latest fad. Paris Shirtwaist House. Five hundred yards twilled cotton crash, flc per yard, on sale Saturday at Perry's. A fresh lot of fancv Concord grapes at two boxes for 2c. Last of the sea son at this price. Diversi Fruit Co. WEBSTERVILLE. St. John the Baptist Episcopal church. W. J. M. Beattie, rector. Evening prayer and sermon at 3 o'clock. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Service Thursday evening at 7:15. .Choir rehearsal after service. f 1 m a who is desirous of lncreaiing his business efficiency ana of secur ing profitable employment should write ui at onca lor par ticulars. Youn men (rraduatesi from the Albany Business Col lege are In demand. We are specialists In bus iness education and teach young people just what they need to know to obtain and keep good positions and advance to business man. a?imnnt and ownership. For new rstalogua address CARNELL & HOIT, ALBANY. N. Y. 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 ruft BALE An leht-yr-oid bar nitre. Apply ! W. r. Bhepsrd, Administrator, or Le blupurd at C. S. Andrews's shoe store. tfejtf TO BKXT-An op-stairs tenement on Ferry Street, at ihe career ef Hill Street, (sou per snentn. seiepnene s:i i. w. imoqois. ijuu WANTED A position as manarlnr bone- keeper. or would earn for an Invalid. Appli cant Is middle-aged American woman and can fumien the best at references. Address H H." limes eflice. isutf FOR MAI.K Kor to pay storage: automobile ! Gambler, fonr-eyimder louring ear; alsn one i ron-Ab.ut. feur-e Under, nearly painted; both in good conmtlon. wonia exensog e fer Doree r cattle. Trice t.'fiuou cah. Address 'If.', care of Times office. lltuu LOST An Angora cat from Perrln (treat. Three colors, white, yellow and maitese -white bin. Answers to tbe name ol "Girlie " W ill flnder piee aeilfy Mrs. Uorge Haeino, Colby street. efT 1'errln Street, Barre? itnward fer lie return. 90te KBTATK or r.ZEKIKL P. OLDS. TATK or VfRMO.XT. I The Honorable Dietrlrt of Waetiiofton. ee. i Prohnte C nrl for I Uie Iitetrlct afreid : To all pereons Inter ' eetod In the eetatn of Kiekl'l P. Old, late of tfte City of Barre in said District, nocoaeed, I (ireeting: Whereas, said t'nnrt bae aesis-ned tbe lota nay ' of Neeemt'er neat for eaaminins; and allowing . the Aoonaat of the Special Administrator of the . eetate of eaid deceased and for A decree of tbe ; reetdue of erne re. ate to tbe lawful elalsnnte :ofibe eawte, ann ordered tbat pablie Notice thereof to cleen to all fereooe Intoroetod in ; eald eetate be euMUbmc ttle order tnree ereeks i eeeeassleely preeins to tbe day aaeie-aed. in toe : ftarre Dane Time, a stiie-r smuiteked nl tbe rite of Bans in eald lwtrict Tboref.iro. too ere berehy otifled to appoar , at the Probate offire la M'teller tn end t Ineuic. on tbe day eeetgnee. then and tuere t e-witeot tbe ellowaa-w eaid acoownt If yon eoe eaueo. aes to eetaMten year right oe nelre, Vee-eeos and leofnl cutiKin to eaid real. lee I t.ieon tinder sny band. tSia aih day of Ovtotwr, l r rAMa . M AKTI5, J edge. oct .-ne I Mrs. A. W. Reavens returned last nipht to her home in Fall River, Mass., I after pnssinp several weeks with rela tives in Harre and other towns in cen tral Vermont. Rodney Feake of Elm street resumed his duties at Miers' barber shop this morning after a week's vacation, a por tion of which he spent on a hunting trip to Topsham. You cannot afford to miss E. M. Laws' big chocolate sale at 'the. New Kngland Emit More. Kemember that we are ex hibiting fresh dainties in the confec tionery line every day. Mrs. Alexander Corti and her little daughter, I.uey, who were called to Flams by the death of Enrico Rulfo of Xorth Main street, left last night for their home in ltatavia, X. Y. E. E. Dudley, the- Eairh-e agent for the D. A. lVrrv Real Estate Co., has sold to W. H. Rutson of Wroton th W. E. Murphy farm at Xorth Thetford. The Murphy farm is one of the beet known ATicii!tiral parcel in that sec tion of Orange county, and Mr. Itutaon ill occupy the property at once. The sum of 14.000 was involved in the sale. THIS WEEK! e j we have at extra fine! : stock of Drown's Warranted Cough and Cold 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 51.25 value Rubber Water Bottle at 89c is proving a winner. i 'A' Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street The Store That Wants Your Trade i IF I S Hi i i fine, each 15c 13 Ni3.Nd52i?-(!tJFc! Correct fi,iiciy AORMrtAINSr BarrivYt. 91 Mackerel, 0 1 Blue Fish, per pound. 25c j j Chicken Halibut, per lb.. 23 25c J I Salmon, very fancy, lb ,JOc as 7 I Rock Cod, per pound. lO to 12c 1 1 i Shore Haddock, pund 10 to 12c J; I Eels, dressed, per pound .... 15c J j I Flat, per pound . . . . lOcji j Finnan Hasidie, per pound. ..12c ;! 0?ters, all sizes, per pint ..25c j Clams, for chowder, perpt..l8cj: lj Gams, per peck 50cj; !j Oysters, Blue Points. doz...25c '! Lobsters, freshly cooked, !b..S5c j l i !i SMITH & CUMINGS i GOOD VALUES the last of the - 40c Telepnoa Cavil. 400 We have some fancy Wealthy Pears, season: while they last, per peck Fancy Clover 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, 18c Hothouse Tomatoes, per pound - 10c Fresh-picked Spinach, per peck - 30c Boston criip Lettuce, per bunch - 08c Vegetable Oysters, per bunch - - - 1 3c Celery, fresh and crisp, per bunch - - - 15c Quinces, Cranberries and Sweet Apples. BAKERY DEPARTMENT, Fruit Cake, all kinds, for Saturday, per lb. - 15c Cream Goods, with fresh cream Saturday. Baked Beans that are baked right, per quart - 12c Cream Bread, the bread that pleases, 3 loaves - 25c One Package Tahoma Biscuit Free. Willi Every Three Packages Purchased at 15c You Get One Free. F. D. LAPP COMPANY