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THE HAHltrc DAILY TIMES. BAItHK, -VT TUESDAY.. NOVEMBER 5. 1912.
5 M alsla Comforts. LAMINATED COTTON DOWN WARMTH WITHOUT WEIGHT At last you can sleep in plenty of cold, fresh air with win dows wide open and be warm without being; weighted down by heavy, stiff covers. Come in and see the Maish, the new Comfort that has warmth without weight,' at the following prices: $1.50, 1.98, 2.50, 2.98, 3.50, 3.98 and 4.50. Cotton Down Batts, (Maish) unfolds into one sheet, of uniform thickness throughout. Do not spend your time piecing ordinary Batts together -$1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 a roll. PERRY CAMP, Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street, Barra, Vermont. mwmttKmKj:::tm::m:m5mj:j:m:ttamKtt' 0H4L ' 1 ill' I 4wPwiriyl HOOKER'S MUGS FOR SERVICE AND FOR BEAUTY A surprisingly low price on brilliantly colored Rugs may induce you to buy and repent quality is the keynote of future satisfaction when selecting a floor covering. Be guided by the name and repu tation of the maker and seller, too. We want permanent trade here and can ill afford to sell a rug other than on its intrinsic worth. Our fall showing is above suspicion and of standard quality you can depend upon the facts and prices abso lutely. We are readv with small, medium and room-size Rugs of domestic manufacture in Handsome New Designs and Colorings B. W. HOOKER & CO., UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE PROMPT ATTENTION PHONE 87-11 UNDERTAKERS Licensed Embalmers NIGHT OR DAY CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION PERRY & NOONAN Depot Square, Telephones, 425-1-2-3 FAVOR US AND YOURSELVES WRINGERS TUBS PAILS BROOMS CLOTHES BASKETS CLOTHES DRYErtS CLOTHES REELS CURTAIN DRYERS In selecting your household supplies, consisting of WASH BOARDS WASH BOILERS BRUSHES DUSTERS and many other useful articles for the home. You want the best that money will buy Your aim is to purchase where prices are the lowest, quality the best, and goods reliable. Our aim is to fulfill these three important conditions in goods carried by us, and should any goods purchased of us be otherwise we wish the public to return for adjustment. Let us show yeu goods" mentioned or any lines you arc interested in, from our large stock. We use jcu right and effer tfca goods (hat please C, N. KENYON & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE Crnlg'i home-cured finnan baddies at Lai Ma. To rent at 81 Currier street, a small tenement. To rent: Modern tenement at 60 Spaulding street. Sale of flannelette, night robes for women and children at Vaughan's. The bent of everything' for your Com fort found here, iienry V. Knight. J. McDonald of Liberty street returned hint night from a short visit in Xcedham, Muhh. Call and hear the Victrola at Uniley'a Music Booms, 14 Kim street, liarre. Thone 22-W. C. E. Soule, superintendent of the Cen tral Vermont railroad, was among the business visitors in tlw city to-duy. Mrs. .1. Word Carver of Church street has returned home, after passing a few days at her former home in lUchniond. W. U. Good fellow of Spaulding street left this morning on a few duys' busi ness trip to JStowe, Morrisville and Hyde Park. EH B. Richard is ill nt the home of his daughter. Mis. William WVlie, (I Newton street, with erysipelas in the face. A son was born N'ov. 2, to Mr. and Mrs. (ieorco A. Matheson. formerly of Harre, at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Lawrence left Inst night for Denver, Col., hoping the change ot climate will benefit Mr. Lawrences health. Alex. Smith and George Mitchell re turned from Ilardwick to-day, where they have been visiting for the past week. Charles Gibbons of Providence, R. I., arrived in the city lnnt night for a few week's vibit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ann Gibbons of Branch street. The Gotisanl corsets they lace in front. You are cordiallv invited to at tend our demonstration Friday and Sat urday, November 8 and !). Homer Eitts Co. r Harry Fish?r, a sophomore at Norwich university, arrived in the city this noon for a few days' visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher of Averill street. Mr. and Mrs. James K. Smith of St. Albans arrived in the city this noon for a few days' visit with relatives. Mr. Smith is engaged in the insurance busi ness in Franklin county. The November meeting of the United Missionary society of th Hedding church is postponed until further notice. An evening meeting is being planned by the committee, time and place to be an nounced later. Rev. A. C. Griffin, a former curate of St. Monica's church, who was recently transferred to St. Aloysius' parish in St. Johnsbury, is passing a few days as the guest of Rev. P. M. McKenria at the rectory on Summer street. The 1013 Fords, just arrived. They are lower in price and higher in quality. Call at our garage, at the rear of the City hotel, home of th? famous Ford, and let ub tell you about them. Perry Auto mobile company. , TALK OF THE TOWN . A. P. AUBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT k CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT Sc CO. Everything for Cold Weather The last few days makes us realize the need of warm garments and there seems to be a general demand for the very heavy serviceable garments. Never were we in better shape to supply your demands than at the present time. In the garment department the heavy warm coat is as pop ular as fashion predicted earlier in the scasbn. Never was there a season when the Separate Coat was in such demand as at the present time. Nearly every day brings new models into the department. We can surely show you a line of merchandise that cannot be equaled anywhere in this section and everything put out is guaranteed as to quality and price. Anything you may get that is not as represented you are free to return same. Sec the special values we arc putting out in the Elite Glove Fitted Top Petticoats. ! Ladies' Furs We arc showing some very inter esting values in Ladies' Small Furs and Separate Muffs. Everyone who is intervstcd in Furs is looking for the best wearing Furs for the money invested. Dejwndable Furs are those that will wear a season and scarcely show the wear. These are the kind of Furs we take pleasure in showing. At $3 50 and $3 08 we are put ting out the best values in a Sable ('possum Muff that we have ever shown. These are a good, full Pil low Muff, with a good soft bed. At $5 OO ami $5 75 is a line of Muffs that will appeal to the trade as one of the best values we have ever shown. At $6.50 we have one of the best valus in a Sable Fox Muff that we have seen. In the better grades of Fox, Opossum, Raccoon and Wolf, the line is complete. At jjllOOO we can give you one of the best values in a Dark Brown Brook Mink. This Muff looks almost as good as an Eastern Mtnk. We have some extra good values in Jap Mink Muffs and Small Furs. Ladies' Wool Dresss We have some extra good val ues in Ladies' and Misses' Wool Dresses that will surely be of more than ordinary interest to those who, want a good Dress. For the next few days we are offering a lot of fine All Wool Serge Dresses. Dresses that are innde in the season's best models and a make of Dress that will Jit well. At $3 08 are a few odd Dresses in Misses' Junior sizes j are one of our best makes and the style is the best and a regular $.i.0(t and $4.50 Dress. For only $398. At $408 are a few styles in Ladies' and Misses' Dresses Til sizes from 14 to 20, and from 32 to 40. Colors, black, blue, red and brown. Are our best values that sold at $5.75 and $0.50. For the next few days only $408. At $6.08 are a number of odd Dresses in all sizes. Are Dresses that are our best values, that have sold at from $7.75 to $.75. All put in at one price. Colors, blue, brown, and red. In the bet ter grades are a few odd Dresses, only one. or two alike. These we will give you at a good discount. Winter Underwear For children in Heavy Fleeced, the same as Men's for 25c in Fleeced, the same as ladies' for 25c. These last have shaped bodies. In wool, heavy Bennington kinds from 30c up, according to size. Boys' and girls' styles, tne same price. Children's Union Suits 50o and $10O. Ladies' Single Piece Underwear in heavy fleeced, both vests and pants, at 25c each. The best heavy fleeced at 50c; in Wool Bennington makes for $1.00 and $1.50- Ladies' Union Suits, heavy fleeced Munsing at $1.00; in wool at $2 00 and $3 25. These are Mun sing Garments the best made. We guarantee every piece of Un derwear that leaves our department to be up to or a little the best price, wear considered, that you can find on the market. Underwear is our business, and we see to it that you get for your money all the Un derwear value that it will buy. If you want a good, warm Blanket in wool, or the fine cotton, that are finished so you can hardly tell them froin wool, you should see our line. See the values in our show window. THe Baylig'Ht Store : : i i : ! TALK OF THE TOWN" Mr. and Mjs. Joseph Papin of Sum mer street left Sunday for Burlington, where they will remain for six months. Mr. Papin will take charge of the livery establishment of his brother, Henry, who has gone to Log Angeles, Calif., for a six months' visit. From 12 to .15 acres of land about one ind one-half miles from the city near the Douglas ftoben farm; one acre of tillage, balance woodland; estimated 300 to 600 run wood; land lays well. A good piece of land to buy and make a dollar on. i'nee low tor immediate sale. The D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency, Barre, Vt. The D. A. Perry Real Estate Co., has sold the farm in Berlin, formerly owned by (.J. It. Andrews of Northfield, for the Perrvr Auto Co., to Wallace and Daniel (Adams of Lowell, who will take posses sion within a tew days, l ne price in volved in the sale is withheld, line week from to-day the personal property on the place will be sold at public auction. Rudolph Medea t of North Main Btreet, returning yesterday afternoon from a tour of the granite iiuurries in Parrc Town, was the participant in a rather harrowing ride whilti coming down Washington street hill. At the top of the bill the horse became startled and one of the holdbacks was loorcned. The carriage bore down on the horse, and a flight the entile length of the hill en sued. Brushing against several wagons and fckirting the sidewalk curbing, the steed ran into the yard of the City hotel, where it was stopped. Football managers at Goddard semi nary and Spaulding hlh school are aroused over the statement proceeding from Montpelier high school to the effect that it will contest the state champion ship with .St. Johnsbury, tacitly barring all other teams, in. 'hiding Goddard and Spaulding, from any claim to the honor. J il statement made this forenoon, the local managers were incline to treat Montpelier' claim lightly, believing that the state championship cannot be de cided until the seminarians and high school men have had a chance to try their mettle. At Goddard, practice was early abandoned on account of smallpox, although Coach Kurt was rapidly whip ping into shape an eleven that compared favorably with the teams that in the past have enabled the hill school to win state honors in a walk. When sessions were suspended at Spaulding, the work of moulding a fast football team was well under way. and unpredjudiced local font ha II authorities who saw the Ixiys in blue scrimmage predicted that Spauld New winter hosiery for school wear at Vaughan's. Get our prices on flour before you purchase. Eastman Bros. For lit and service, get one of those glove-fitted top petticoats at Abbott's. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. A NATIVE OF THE WEST. McLoughlin, Tennis Champion, Great Recorfl. Has a Notice is hereby given to the public that the firm of Nerney '& Cumm'ngs, general merchandise dealers of Webster ville. has this daj dissolved partnership, and E. H. Nerney of the said firm will take full charge and will collect all out standing bills and pay all bills owed by said firm. (Signed) E. H. NERNEY, J. A. CUMMIXGS. Websterville, Vt., November 4, 1012. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all neighbor and friends who assisted during the sickness and death of our little son; also for the beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barteaux, Mrs. O. M. Blouin. EAST BARRE. Regular meeting of Wu. chosen tribe, No. 10, on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Craig's home-cured La dd's. finnan baddies at VERMONT IOLEOMARGARINEI Maurice E. McLoughlin, the new na tional tennis champion, has been play ing the game since 1003. lie was boru at Carson City, Nev., July 7, 1800, but i. I . i c i -I - lias resiueu in nan rraucincu ir iiihiij years. It was on the courts at (krlden Gate park that he first took up the sport as a youngster, and from the beginning he was a promising player, winning many junior events. McLaughlins first open tournament was in 11)05 in the California state championships, but it was not until two years later that he won his first prize in an open event, when he took the San Francisco city title. This he has held ever since. lie has won innumerable first prizes in tourneys on the coast, and since his first invasion of the East in loot) he has been universally successful. He won the Southampton singles two vears ago, and also came out on ton at Longwood, but lost to Lamed in the challenge round. In 1000 he was runner-up at Newport to Clothier in the all-comers, and last year he won the all comers at Newport, out was beaten by Earned in the chal- , lenge match, lie won the western cham pionship from Bundy last year, and suc cessfully defended it this year against the same player. At Bay Ridge a year ago he won the New York state title and held it this year, playing through. This year he won the Longwood tourna-1 ment" taking the trophy out of the, Larned family for the first time in a dec- ; ado. when he beat E. P. Larned in the ; challenge round. g Ijist fM'pteinoer in the Uavis cup ties ; ., . i against the British team on the west G od Comb HonCV, per J side courts, he beat Lowe in five sets and . " I Dixon in four. In spite of this great I DOX showing, he was not elected to plav in I c I t" I t Cn. I the single Nw Zealand until' tin , SPeC11 " Week 3 D01M, 50c j match was lost. Then he was sent in ; against Norman Brookes, probably the ! I Krinkle Ccm Flakes, four greatest player m th world, and came ; I , I within an ace of winning a five-set '. S DOXCS I0T - - 5C J maven, wnen me .tumhihih were wn-.j.. , , , ing to bet that he would not take a set. Van Camp 8 tiVaporftted j ov, inches ; Mi k. ocr can - - Wei I 25c per pound ! We also have a eood one ! that will pay you to try, at! ! 20c per pound j Red Clover brand Oleo, j just arrived per pound j I am a 5 27 cents Harmony and !! : ' IfifiBB Quality in 09 the Hardware n for Your House They pay. Artistic harmony ;!!, M IJiJIh? flji'j l TallrsS increases your pride in the Ijij J1 ff H hous and adds to its selling ; i i MM Hh HlWfl value. Quality makes , the W ! mmW)m 1M hou-se a more comfortable : -'j' 'I'KJii'i nffSI place to live and saves repair :j. IjJi'Vgjr Mf I Sll bills. Be certain of both WM-'jfrj 'jfflJfl ' ' lOTl! I these features by having us .?;V-!.'!!) M dm-' M . equip your house with 4i-''N',W ! Hardware jf I f? Door plates, escutcheons, M J , If Wt fi g Jti with every school ' llfflQnfM! W Wl of architecture. M MSMBMilMl I ' l l ! him 111 I I'l l '''" ' I I1 ' i'i i i II : ii i muni 1 1 ii i ' n i ;v 1 1 i iM I r'i i rii i.tii i! i i 1 1 ii iiia ' 1 I II ' IP" in I1 ,i in Sargent Lock arm famtd far security. N.D. Phelps Cov Earre, Vermont. :ii.iin a4 m ii i 'h.'I ' !" ! i'iiiV"! jH An Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results. MeLouirhlin stands 5 feet 10' in his tennis shoes, and when ready for the courts weighs Ui't pounds. This year his game has developed more vari ety, so that he is a much more finished player than w hen he first appeared. rOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED. Milk, per can Th r rim ftr 5?J?i " i fr!ass fPanrv fCrur Or.? I - - - - " leans), per quart - 15c j Equal Crackers, 3 lb., 25c j Ginger Snaps, 4 lb. for 25c j iocs FOR BALK Pls-ywr-oM Hlteln cow, doe wi.jsmi. ' .. j Portland Star Matches, 10c jl i boxes at - - 8c j POMTIO WAN TFO Experienced lumn-r Addre.1 'Uimr.- mi. cities. ) 1 Q,L--A C. ,,, U - - i 9 uuuvivn, UlliVAVU W14VSU1UVI, f ing would Dc in at me nnisn in tne championship race. Spaulding and (d dard teams will le back in the race when school opens, according to the manager' statements this forenoon. -.k!i Mil cami tw draw ad; alto a (JriT'af ' ! Dors and ptiror itaveri (!. a. uowninir, I tMt Barr. Vt. Iimi 1. fcTF-XOGRAPHr" R W A NTflil, tn wors aft -r- l noon or r'i vaiia A tocinnr wUblnc prar- i f No CHjncs. "Now. my dear young Udy." said the professor, -you are golug out Into the world. My advice to yon ts this: Be yourself." "I'd like to. pmfior." was tbe oo eiperted response, "but my dretaaker won't let me." Washington Uerald. nc wl law.r ntaie pay expected. li'ix If 1. Haric, V b Addreaa Varying Taitcs, I had a remarkable experience to ty." said tbe real estate man. -What wa Itr "I trat showing houaon tn prxpfc tive tenants and I actually fonnd two '"eopte w to admired tbe name style of all t r." Detroit Free Pre. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Hie protvertf t e4 Wewhmot "rrt. Vat hit vn r d f ffita.- no Mrchn Street nrl ta e.ht nvift art.givti room inothtr hoos. hHju. tia etchv r -. and lirt ; ft m ha am pi ftid r-HMau lbrr i Mnall lra aixl rblrfct-n roa oa tie prmie. tntjrt In ft wprtne wnffr eitm if nr the properte. 1 here ar M Tra ir-nit tr, Ine noe h nfw'y prrl lhrnrlnt; all wrmM tmrk in 1 fi'-'T bare bmmn ptxmi or T&in irw and t boufe h pAiiifrd .?itide. Una la M arrmnjce i tat (t ny te rented at to 0nmrrA. it rrf rv 'h b at ttt.'N- )! rmm'm tfrtn. rill h n1 hj tbe rwar lr furit int'rron ptlr tn 14 a. IihiI M V a! t.raintlat hatiar. Kkak per pound - - - I5c Hcinz's Mince Meat, per pound - - - - 20c I Onions (fGod keener ner s k I bushel - ... 95c I ,! Florida Onions (juicy), per j dozen. - - - - 25c I ! Last call on fancy Niagara j and Concord Grapes, per J I basket .... 15c j A few more Pears, pk., 49c I, I j GOOD VALUES Lemon Peel, quarters, new stock, one-fourth lb., 08c Orange Peel, quarters, new stock, one-fourth lb., 08c Citron Peel, quarter, new stock, one-fourth lb., OSc One-half pound of anv kind, 15c; one pound, 25c Lemon, Orange or Citron Peel in small pieces, one fourth pound - -Glace Cherries in bulk, one-fourth pound Glace Assorted Fruits, one-fourth pound New Dates, three pounds for -New Apricots, per pound Three packages of Raisins for - Maraschino Cherries in bottles, four sizes 15c, 23c, 40c and 65c New Prunes and Peaches are cheaper this year and will come sQon. BAKEEY DEPARTMENT. Ask for our Special Sponge Cake, - 10candI5c New style Orange Cakes, each - 15c Ladd's Cream Dread, made and handled in a clean and o loaves tor Zbc 05c 10c 15c 25c 15c 25c sanitary manner. F. D. LAPP COMPANY