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THE IIAIIKK DAILY" TIMES. BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1913.
. a tt tt a tt - a a- tt a tt tt tt a a a . tt a a a tt tt a a a a a a a a a a a e a a a a a Some Extra Values for Saturday TALK OF THE TOWN You will want one of these Blankets for 79c. (See them in window.) Gray or White. A special value. BLANKETS 79c pair BLANKETS . Forty pairs Blankets, largest size, in Gray or White, with a pretty border. A, .Blanket worth more money. For a Special on Saturday, 79c per pair. $1.98 each CHILDREN'S COATS Reduced from $3.50, $3.98 and $4.50 Ten only of these Children's Coats left, in Corduroy, Flannel, Chinchilla, etc. To clean up this lot you can buy for $1.98. In 2, 3, 4, 5, b years. 7c per yard FLEECED GOODS 7c Five pieces of 10c quality Viyuna Cloth, a fleeced ;back cloth used for dresses, children's wear; in Navy, ' Gray, Cardinal. PERRY . CAMP. 75 North Main Street Barre, Vermont Pavilion Special Theatre To-Day ROSS & SHAW Comedy Black Face Musical Act a Riproaring Scream CARNEY & WAGNER In a Refined Singing and Dancing Act 'ALSO 3.000 FEET SPECIAL FEATURE PICTURES Sain on gingham now 80 a n 1 10c at Yaiiffhan'a. Ladies waist, fine them at raiiytianB. New cloth for suits. Ask to see t In-iu at Vaughau'.. Forty pairs of blanket) 7 'Jo each, at Terry' Saturday. lltive you Keen thoBC new 4Hc sii value at Abbott's T Warrior' runt proof and Hedfcrn cor ft. Hinry W. Kn'ght. If you are looking fur bargain, coll at New York Karachi House. Caramel lee rreain at Kemlrkk'a Sat urday. Leave your order early. Eat Hebron: "Ninile, write to Aunt Xonie, You can both trust her." Miss Jennie Smith of Whitelield, ". If., is visiting her aunt, Mr. William Scott. Dig Rale on white and colored waists and house dresses. Pari Shirtwaitt House, Two thousand dollar' worth of fancy needlework on exhibition at Hooker'. Ladies, dnn't miss this. Sunt. Koseoe will speak to the boy of class 14 of the, Congregational Sun day school next Sunday. The ladies' aid society of the Pres byterian church will serve their annual spring s;:pper on Wednesday, March 5, JJ01. t put on to-uiiy what you ruig.'it do to-morrow. Use "Blitz" and every day will be brighter. Ask C. N. Kenyon & Co. about it. A special meeting of Foreign Ma so -is will be held In Masonic hall Friday even ing, the 7th inst., at 7:30 - o'clock. Charles Leslie, secretary. The sale of tickets for the Progressive club banquet started with a rush. Sev eral of the Burlington Progressives have written of their intention to be pres ent, many members of the legislature and people from many of the surround ing town in Washington and Orange counties will avail themselves of this opportunity to hear the Hon. fiifford Pinchot, whose fame a a speaker is nation-wide. "iliitr," the most wonderful of all pol ishing cloths. For use on brass, copper, nickel, silver and gold. Clean metal instantly. Guaranteed nut to injurs tlio finest and best silver or gold manu factured. Guaranteed not to scratch. In every Sense of the word "It is wonder ful."' Get a free sample at our stiro or, better till, bring a piece of silver to our store and let us prove its merit to vcp. V. . Jvenvon , 4 Co. s I a-ll Bargain store. I A' V' An0TT & ca I A' p- AIIDOTT & CO. I A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. Do You Want a Good Suit? We are putting our entire, line of Ladies' Tailored Suits onto two racks and giving you your choice at just one-half price. If you want a good business Suit or a Suit to finish out the season with, you should act at once. Here is a line of Suits that are of the season's best, both as to style and make. This is a chance to get a good Suit at less than you would pay for the cloth alone. These are Suits that are made by the best tailors and by people who put forth their best efforts to get a garment that is right. We also have a few extra good Coat values that should interest any who . want a good warm Coat to finish out the winter with. These we are putting out at one-half price. We must clean them up in the next ten days to make room for our new stock, which will be soon coming into the department. it'1 liw ill' a St St tt tt n tt a tt a it K tt K ;tX 'tt tt White Sewihe yachinel Club Sale and Demonstration HAVE YOU SEEN THE WHITE "SIT-STRATE"? at HAVE YOU SEEN THE WHITE "SIT-STRATE"? t i ! : SUITS AT HALF PRICE What h have left in Suit are of the wmsoii best values; ,irt? Suits that sold at from $20.00 to $35.00; Suits that are made from the hard twisted man's serges, the two-toned diagonal weave, whipcords, mixtures, goods that are serviceable and are so tailored that they have the season's best style effects. At 9IO OO are a few Serge Suit that are made for service. They are the season's best styles and are worth the regular price, $20.00. We aru making this half price on them to clean them up at once. At $12 50 are a number of ext ra good vaiuea in Suits that are made for service, coupled with the style that is the season's best. This is sure ly a chance for you to save some money and get some extra good Suit value. At $15.00 are what we have left in Suits that sold at $30,000. These are our season' best Suits In whip cords, worsted, two-toned twills, and serges. Are made by the best tailors, and by house that only put out the best class of goods. At $10 50 and $18.75 are a few sample Suit that are made from find Imported two-toned goods; are the season's best value that were $32.00 and $37.30. . NEW WASH GOODS New designs in Mercerized Plissee trimmed with nice fine lace will make summer dresses that look as well as seersucker silks and the price is but 18c per yard. You will heer and see lota about Linen dresses and Suits, also Coats, this season. The trade so soon ha been so goal that colored linens have advanced from 5 to 15c per yard. Our were ordered last fall; to-day they came in and we want you to see them. They are 40 inches wide and coma in beautiful colors of light blue, pink, champagne, heleo, wis teria, morille, brown. These are just about right at the price, 55c. They are cheap. New lot of white and morille broi Ratine. These will be better than last season. The price is 85c per yard. New white Tiques in narrow and flat cords at 25c, 39c and 45c per yard. NEW WASH GOODS Y'ou do not have to buy expensive goods to get real snappy styles. Y'ou gut ' all of this in our new line of 12 l-2e Percales. In our line of 10c Ginghams you can select from a beautiful assort ment. Plain colors, and this means all of the plain colors that come in best imported styles. A large assort ment of plaids and just a large a lot of stripes, all at only lOc per yard. We have several entirely new de signs in Bate's Gingham. These in plaid and stripe the very latest, at 12 l-2c per yard. New lot of clean fresh styles in our yard-wide Percales in both datk and light grounds. Appletons Voile are to be great sellers. These in all color at 25c per yard. . . , A new cloth is our Ratynette. These in pink, light blue, brown, receda, white, navy, tan and white. These have the appearance of linen duck"nd will be very scarce a little later. The price is but 18o per yard. LADIEnVAISTS We liave just received some WaUt values that are a little different, a lot of black mercerized and heavy muslin Waists. At 50e is a new black mercerized Waist that is an extra good value. Same i made narrow plated front and back has a soft collar, long sleeve, opens in front, !At 50c is a new black Waist; is made of a good quality cotton poplin. Is made plated open front and flue plated back. These are exceptional values at 50c each. At $1.00 is a white muslin Waist made with fine tucked front and back with lace in yoke, his high collar and new full length sleeve. At $1.25 are a number of dif ferent designs in white muslin Waists; are the season's new mod els, in a quality that is extra good at the price, some are finished with fine tucks and different designs of of cluny and Val. lace and insertion, has new long sleeve. At $150 are three other Waist values that are very attractive. We have just received another lot of those Popular Indian Blankets. This is the Blanket that has been so popular at $1.35 each. We have a large display of the new Wash Goods on our center tables. The-. Daylight. 'Store I B.W. HOOKER & COMPANY'S ! i w . -(- (H I. O & fen D.5 o - go o o u a3 fl i !s CJ " t'-L v F '.-'- i .1 i: ,.- . IT M X' 21 - ?Vcoo 2. -gai cn P P rj 05 -.trcL trCn W r p pjj M 5- 5 3 0 o Wot 3 C 3" ot ap P P o 3 P a.. 3 o 3 o Wm. C. Ellis and His Booth Front Club Sale We make no stated entrance FEE to join the club. We let the members pay what is convenient and deduct the amount paid from the special price of the sewing machine, which the member may select. 1 tt . tt mfmrms.M One thing we do, it is this Each member to pay a small sum down and $1.00 per week until the ma chine is paid for, and then it is jours. Deposit ONE DOLLAR with us each week it is like putting money in the bank. HAVE YOU SEEN THE WHITE "SIT-STRATE"? $2,000 Worth of Fancy Needlework Battenburg Work, Ro man Embroidery Mexi can Drawn Work, Etch ings, Hemstitching, and all kinds of Outline Work done on the White Machine. erf? ..ruv--''i7ivXT '' ' a tt a a a a $ st a a a a tt tt a tt tt a tt a a tt tt tt a tt a a a a a a a a a a a a a a TALK OF THE TOWN Belle waists. Henry W. Knight. Ideal house dresses and wrapper. Henry W. Knight, The Sunday echoed of the Presbyte rian churrh will hold a cantata and social Friday evening. Feb. 7, at 7:30. Admission, 10c; all children under 15, 5c. W. C. Kills, the famous silk artist from the White Sewing Machine factory, is demonstrating at Hooker's for one week. , a. ; L. R. Dodge of Averill street, who has been spending several days at Bridge port, Conn., on business, has returned to the city. Thursday's arrivals at the hotel Otis were as follows: M. B. Clark, Benning ton; Orvis A. Smith, East Barre; Peter Mclntvre, Boston. An exclusive and distinct line of "Val entin" post cards and booklets for fi,t;(1iou8 people will bo found at C. U. Ken von & C'o.'s store. Whv ?et a Sundav dinner when the City hotel makes a special effort to lease the public witb an extra mil oi are for Sunday? Phone 135 for reserva tions. - Dressmakers, miliners and other should remember that V. G. f-wott sharp ens shears with corrugated edge that preserves sharpness. Call at the Pearl street barber shop. The condition of Miss Isabelle Fraser, who is confined to her home on Warren street by ilness, is somewhat improved. Miss rraser, who has been employed uur- ng the winter at I'mehurst, is. C, was obliged to return last week to her home in this city. Michael Robinson, who played bass fid dle for the Barre opera house orchestra and other musical organizations in the city for a few years, is under engage ment at the Sea Breezes- hotel at Sea Hreeze, Fla. Mr. Robinson left Barre last fall, going to Providence, It. I., where he followed his profession until lat December. Since that time he has been located in Florida. The Progressive club men ssy that stag parties are not what they want, so they ask all , the ladies who are in teres! ed to hear Hon. Gilford Tinchot and other good speakers, to be sure and attend their banquet in Howland hull Monday evening, Feb. 10, at 7 o'clock. With a good supper, and speakers of nal'onai reputation, a most interesting evening is assured. "It's the taste that tells-' and the quality of our home-made candies is paramount. Special for Saturday We are going to otfer you twenty different varieties of our 2"ic chocolates for 'iV a pound ; cocoa nut bonbons, caramels, assorted kisses and faney assorted choc-j olates, four flavors, at l.c a pound; six teen nice juicy oranges for 25c. See : our window display and buy your candy at the New England Fruit company. Mis Dollie Ulann was tendered a re ception Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blann, sr., of South Main street, the oc casion being birthday anniversary. The evening was devoted to dancing, card playing and a short musical pro gram. The following contributed to the program: Solo, James Ogg; olo, Peter' Reid; solo, Sirs. John Andrew s j recita tion. Alex. Robertson. Light refresh ments were served to the party of twentv. TALK OF THE TOWN N'ew wash goods at Vaughan's. Royal flannelette robes and skiit. Henry W. Knight. Why not get one of those half priced suits at Abbott's t Best outings and ginghams, all at ?e at New York Bargain House. See the quality of paper you can buy for 17o a pound and three bunches of envelopes for 17c Saturday at Fitts'. A special meeting of the Glenugie club will be held in the Clan hall Saturday, Feb. 8, at 7:30 p. m. Let every memb-r be present, as business of importance ii to come up. As Mrs. (3. B. Castellini of 30 Patter- son street is leaving town, she has some second hand furniture, such as beds, sew ing machine, dining table, sideboard, etc., which she wishes to dispose of. Please call on her. j Good Goods j AND j Low Prices j j It's our chief aim to be J I the most economical store J in town, quality consid ! ered. I i Large Fancy Chick and Fowls, per id. aoc to 13c J Roast Pig Pork, Loin, per lb. ..aoc J j Good Roast Pork, per lb 15c j Best Pork Chops, per lb aoc j Lean Pork Chops, per lb x6c .Beef Sausage, per lb. 10c j Our own Finnan Haddie, per lb. iac j j Murphy" Kippered Herring, each 5c j ! 50 bars B. T. Babbitt's Soap...$ I A har R. T. Babbitt's Soap and I box Cleaner all for -150 ! See the Imported Doll that is given ! ! free with 60 Soap Wrappers, in our J I window. I j j S Burnham's Clam Chowder, I dozen J HON. GIFFORD PINCHOT Will be the leading speaker at the Progressive Club Banquet In Howland Hall Monday, Feb. 10, at 7 P. M. Rev. Fraser Metzger and other local speakers of note will be present, and a good supper and good speaking may be depended upon. Ladies are especially invited. Tickets, $1.00. A good orchestra in attendance. Tickets may be ob tained at the Red Cross, Drown's Drug Store, C. W. Averill & Co.; and from members of Progresive Club. J of HAVE YOU SEEN THE WHITE "SIT-STRATE? i B. W. iiooS(er & Company Vermont's lrf est Mouse Furnishers Sole Agents for Barre and Vicinity Pictbytcriaa Cantata To-night. The following comprise the cast tt ! character? fo the cantata at the Prev ivterian churrh to-night at 7:30 o'cl.x k: Tora Alexander Walker ' Florence Hand Msrksy Irene Margaret Brown Bertha Anni McDonald Juanita Mary M ine Kdith Isabelle Mark.e Mattie Annie Brown Harry Ravmond Arklev B ll Frank McDonald Blark'mith Ronald t.auM iuet Wilham Craig I'liiier the direi-tion of Mr. Ronall irfuiJd. this body of amateur players has Mxnething wliirn will entertan both cH attd young. After the rantsta liht re- f V. t . milt k. . .1 . I . i large cans Ij.oo ; I Underwood's Clams, per can ...13c! j Little Neck Clams, per can only 10c - ! ! Hot Boiled Lobsters (cracked to I please). i Vhnll 11am. fnr llMminff. lr Ilk. enc S 1 I - " ' ' " I j Large Fat Oysters, per quart... 40c J Rosebuds, each I Sponge Cake, each '. . Lady Cake, per lb Best Dark Fruit Cke, per lb. I Oriental. Raisin. Citron and Glace 1 1 .oct ioc I ,! aoc , I with Maraschino Cherry, lb. aoc ! Special Saturday Fruit Bread... toe Our Boston Butter Bread and Tip ' i Top Bread has got them all trimmed I for quality. Try it, and you'll say i j to, too. J , s 1: I Our rebate and cash J discount are the largest in j the city.. j 9 I GOOD VALUES GROCERY DEPARTMENT Elbo Egg Macaroni and Spaghetti, 13c, 2 pkgs. 25c White House Macaroni, Vermicelli and Spa ghetti, each 10c Soup Pastels and Noodles, each 10c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen 30c Special for Friday and Saturday One package of Jellycon Free with 3 packages (any flavor) for 25c MEAT DEPARTMENT, Smoked Shoulder for Saturday, per pound 13c A fancy lot of Native Chickens, Spinach, Celery, Lettuce, Cucumbers and Radishes. FISH DEPARTMENT We shall have a full assortment of Fresh Fish for Saturday Haddock, Halibut, Cod, Smelts, Fresh Herrings, Salmon, Lobsters, Clams, Scallops and Shell Oysters. BAKERY DEPARTMENT Fruit Leaves, a new one, per doz 10c Mutton Pies from Native Lamb, each 5c Baked Beans and Brown Bread. I ! It's LadcFs Cream Bread I THE that has Real Value tlMIVl alV Afet sv(l JTOt FVItl. FOOD I HtOOUCTS ! t i i ! t : : r t ! jL ... ttaocaan8a3a4vuaRattac3caaatta8 '"; cums under un. s-'"""'i