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TIIK- BARRE DAILY TIMES, IURRE, VT., FRIDAY, MARCH . 21, 1013.
Some Attractive Values at Perry's For. Saturday A $1.00 KID GLOVE AT 79c A PAIR This is our regular $1.00 quality. For Saturday we otter this lot for 79c per pair. iiiacK, I an, tfrown and , Gray. 'Better secure a pair. . Not a big lot at this price. A $1.00 Glove for 79c per pair on Saturday. A SPECIAL CURTAIN SALE, 89c PAIR The extra large size and attractive patterns make this Curtain worthy of your attention. Forty pairs Lace Curtains, 45 inches wide, three yards long, in pure White or Ecru, in several pretty patterns. ' One of the best val ues in Curtains we ever offered. In fact, a regular $1.25 value. We shall sell these Curtains on Saturday for 89c per pair. Look for these Curtains in our window. , A SALE OF CRASH, 12 l-2c YARD (All Pure Linen) Several Saturdays ago we sold a lot of this Crash. This is a regular 15c quality; is 17 inches wide, in an extra good quality. For Saturday, only' 12'c per yard. A SCALLOPED BED SPREAD, SL69 Each . PERRY 75 North Main Street ". CAMP. Barre, Vermont WEST CORINTH . Otho C. Williams, '16, of West Cor iinth, recently took the leading role in lone of the plays given at Wesleyan uni versity. Mr. Williams is a member of the Commons elub and took the part of Romley in Richard B. Sheridan's com edy, "The School for Scandal," at their annual dramatic entertainment. Mr. Williams' portrayal of this character of an old man, merited much applause. At this affair only club members, facuhy and wives are invited. Williams played left tackle in the winning freshman football team this fall and is -consid ered as a most likely candidate for the 'varsity this fall. Jie prepared for We- leyan at the Montpelier seminary.. TALK OF THE TOWN Easter coats at Vauglmn's. Kasttr footwear at Tilden's. New Kaster garments at Abbott'. New Easter tiiidcnmiitlins at KniglilV Home attractive burgains at Terry's on Saturday. Easter silk waists and dresses at the Vaughan store. ro bng dayl No tag dayl Hospital benefit instead. How land hull, March 21. A f 1 .UN scalloped bed spread with cut corners for $1.UU at ferry' on Saturday. fashion decrees lower heels in looi wear. Ask the Tilden Shoe Co. to show them to you. Twenty-five samples of ladies' coats special for Friday and Saturday at the atighan store. Airs. Eunice Woodward or .Montpeuw is nioviim her household goods to 200 North Main street. A six-room tenement with all modern convenience, located at 23 Brook street is for rent. 11. J. Slayton. l'hone 302 W. Auction sale of household cooils at No. 7 Church street, city, to-morrow at 1:30 p. m. sharp. C. F. Smith, auc tioneer. Mrs. Charles Carleton, who has been spending several days with friends in the city, returned this morning to her home in liurlineton. Special for Friday and Saturday Big seedless grape fruit, lour for )Cj T.tie medium size. 5c each, six for 25c, at the United fruit Store. A few of the numbers to be heard at the hospital dance "Row, Kow, Bow," "As Long as the. Shamrock (.rows Oreen," "You're a Great Big Blue-Eyed Baby." "I'll Get You." "Temple UelH,' "Oh, Oh, Delphine." Everything new anil up-to-date. Tonight at the opera House, tne mi fred St. Claire company will present the feature play of the week, "The Road to Yesterday." This play was original ly produce, at the Herald square the atre, New York, and owing to other attraetiona bvinir booked there was transferred to Vie Lyric theatre, .where it had an extended run. The company is without a doubt the very best pop ular priced attraction that has appeared here. Adv. ft Ift M . . . . I . a. . . w ...... .n. I l t .mi... m . - I . a. - . J A. r. AiJiJUl i' UU, A. 1. AJJJiUTT & UU. A. J . AJJJJUTT & LU. A. 1. ABBOTT & CO. ' Easter Sale Saturday of"- Irish Shamrock Lawn Embroidered Handkerchiefs This is the greatest Handkerchief bargain that we ever had in our store. These Handkerchiefs are very fine and ail hand-embroidered corners. This same grade sold at Christmas time at 2 for 25c. We closed what we had left from that sale at 10c each. ' . ' Now this lot on this one day, Saturday this week, at 6c each, or 5 for 25c. Just think: a Handkerchief that sold only a few days ago at $1.20 per dozen, if bought this sale by the dozen at only 60c per dozen, 5 for 25c. Easter should bring crowds out Saturday to buy from our Easter assort ment of Coats, Suits, Neckwear, Waists, Belts, and all that is so new at. this Easter season. Order over the 'phone or drop us a card. We will see that the next parcel post takes the goods to you free. THe Dayiig'ht Store X A : x TALK OF THE TOWN Saves Miles Low Fixed of Steps Price ll No Extra Charge For 1 1 Metal-lined flour bin, equipped with sifter metal sugar bin crystal glass coffee, jg tea, salt and spice jars with patent-air-tight lids, metal-lined bread and cake j drawer, big dish and supply cupboard pot and kettle cupboard. 1 1 - Big Aluminum Table Extension top table is covered with pure aluminum not poisonous zinc or nickel. You have knife and linen drawers, pan racks, bread and meat board rolling pin rack handy utensil hooks a clock-face want list. The cabinet comes apart to clean closes tight when not in use. 50 Famous Hoosiers $1.00 Club Opens Monday Morning For months we've been trying to get permis Women all oyer town have been waiting Af Tact- tJiA ITnnciprs nrp Viprpf k sion to organize this Hoosier Club. .t nnf i Artf Itt " ' j. jantuw, . , ... ... . . Our. opportunity has arrived. Next week you and a few other women who come early can own a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet on payment of $1.00. You can have it delivered at once to use and enjoy, just by joining our Hoosier Kitchen Cab inet Club. Only $1.00 is' the membership fee weekly dues are $1.00. Membership fee and weekly dues both apply to the price of your cabinet there are no other payments you pay not a penny extra by joining. , . Furthermore, this, club is under the direct supervision of The Hoosier Man ufacturing Company, which , fixes the standard low price of Hoosier Cabinets the world over a low price made possible by low cost of manufacture from enor mous sales. Seize your great chance to own a Hoosier upon terms so easy that you never know how you paid for it. Memberships are limited. Many will be disappointed as last year. Be f early and those who wait will call you lucky. The Hoosier Company could allow ; ua ciiuugu nuusici vaumcis iu oupjJiy New Easter glove at Knight's. , Dent's Kaster gloves at Abbott's. We have Little's new syrup for sale Eastman Bros. Mitts Mildred Clark of Ayws street is employed as a clerk in A. P. Abbott 4. Co.'s store. Mrs. John W. Gordon and daughter, Lilian, of Liberty street were visitors in Burlmirton yesterday. H. a, lirysdale returned last night to his home in Boston, after spending sev eral days in Barre on business. Harold E. Abbott retumed this morn- ins to his home in .Derby Line, alter spending a few days in the city. Miss Mary Gillis returned yesterday to her horns in Rutland, after spend ing several days with friends in the tj. Miss Daisy Kae of Kiver street, who has been visiting at Enosburg Falls for the past few days, returned to the city last night. Mrs. Fred Bailey returned this morn ing to ner home in Lhieopee, .Mans., after spending tea days with relatives m the city. A. B. Collins and daughter, Mabel, who have been passing several days in the city, have returned to their home iu Morrisville. Daniel J. Branon of Fairfield, who has been spending a few days in the city on business, left yesterday afternoon for his home in Burlington. : Rev. George H. Watt of South Mam street left yesterday afternoon for Sheffield, where he will conduct a scries of evangelical meetings. All children of the Baptist bunds TALK OF THE TOWN Special for Stturdsy, Easter gloves, at V atighan s. We have Little's new syrup for sale. Eastman Bros. Xew Kahter gloves at Abbott's. "Warner's Rust Proof corsets" at II. W. Knight's. Those who have not yet procured tick ets for the great international conceit, to bo given in the opera house Friday, March 28, had better call at dsn Gor don room, 20 Bolster block, where tboy can be had and to those who have al ready bought tickets, bear 1.1 mind you can have your tickets changed at Kend rick's drug store on and after Wednes day, March 28, at 9 a. m. This con cert will most certainly be the best ever given in Barre, more especially when vou know the prices for reserved seats are 75c, 50c and 3."k. No fancy prices of admission, but the best talent at a price within the reach of all. Judge for your selves, after reading the list of artists who are: Madani bhsrlev Jackson, the famous mezzo soprano; Mis Mary OgU vie, the great Scottish dramatic soprano; WT. L. Cockbtirn, th world renowned baritone; J. Shirley Jackson, the prince of Scottish tenors; Robert Young, tha inimitable humorist and dancer; Miss Bessie Spear, accompanist; James Ed wards, piper. TALK OF THE TOWN 8 t it ! $ i :: Only 50 Hoosier Club Members . As the announcement of the opening of the Hoosier Club is the signal for member ship applications to pour in, a prompt visit to our store is your only insurance against disappointment. . Is it not folly to go without the Hoosier when you can get it on payment of $1.00 and pay for it at the rate of 14 cents a day ? Why delay? Can you hesitate? Ownership' means cooking made easy, and hours saved for rest and recreation. It means a pleasant kitchen, orderly and peaceful, and the constant satisfaction of comfortable and convenient working condi tions. . Made of handsome, sturdy oak, finished perfectly by skilled master cabinet makers, the Hoosier is a piece of furniture that orna ments your home. It stands far above all other kitchen furniture of any name. It is working miracles now in a half mil lion homes, saving steps, health and strength for half a million women. Saves Miles of Steps Hours of Time Hours of Weary Standing Tired feet, backache, weariness and old-time discouragement become a thing of the past the moment a Hoosier comes into your kitchen. It stops the miles of useless steps that old-fashioned kitchen arrangements require it Stops the weary walking back and forth between pantry and cupboard and kitchen table, getting thing out and putting them away again. Instead of stand ing and walking all day doing your work, you ait down and reach the things you want. No mors aching feet and broken backs. The hours yon save in time give you a chance to do the things vou want to do, keep you rested enable you to be eontened and happy. Think how quickly these few Hoosier will be taken, and come in Monday Morning Early and enroll yourself on our club list. You know in your heart how you hate the eternal drudgery part of kitchen work. Banixh it forever. Now I Yon can have your cabinet ly night make its acquaintance when you are getting dinner know at once the comfort of having everything you use in cooking within reach of your arm the joy f per fect order. Let other things wait Monday morning. Come early. S"e for youreelf. Bfnf!t by an erly nelertion. Make up your mind now to be a Hoosier Membrr. B. W. Hooker & Company Licensed Agents for sier Kitchen Cabinets Hoo school at requested to meet at the chun tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2:30, to rehears for tho Easter concert. Arthur Frost, who has been employed in Barre for the past three months, went yesterday afternoon to his home in New port, where he will pass the summer. Street Superintendent J. C. DcBrune and City Engineer George A. Reed re turned last night from Boston, where they have been spending a few days on "business. Mrs. J. O. Berkley of Mount street and Mrs. Robert Mcknight, who tiava been spending the past two weeka at rots dam, N. Y., retumed to the city yes terday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edouard Jacques, who have been spending several day in Barre, after having passed the winter in Sherbrooks, P. Q., went yesterday to Hardwick, where the .former hat secured employment. The members of the r-pauhllng glee club will to-night journey to Williams- town, whers they will appear at the fframrs hall. The club will be chaper oned by Misses Dane and Lavallo and Mr. Cummings. Mrs. Cyrille Demers of Harold street left to-day for Montreal, where she will visit for a few day before leaving for Alberta, Can., to join her husband, who left this city three weeka ago for the western part of the dominion. Mrs. B. E. Corey of Prospect street is able to be out of doors, after having been confined to the house for several days aa the result of a minor operation which she underwent at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Burlington. Misa Edith Gamble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gamble of Division street, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the City hospital several days ago, was able to return home yes terday. Miss Gamble's condition is much improved. Miss Emma Sevegny of Claremont, X. H., arrived In the city yesterday for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Beaulac of North Main street. Mrs. Beaulae will leave Monday for Burlington, where ahe expects to undergo an operation. "Iligbee of Harvard," a three-act com edv drama, will be presented by the( member of the senior class of Goddard seminary to-nisht at the seminary chap- eL The cast of charactera is comprised of some of the best amateur theatrical talent that haa been at the seminary in several years. The senior class is contemplating producing the drama in several villages in the vicinity during the spring. R. S. Currier, Washington county su pervisor of roads, E. A. Witham of South Itsrre, town commissioner of roads. XV. Y Walker and numerous others in this vicinity were ia Montplier to-dsy to attend the annual' ran vent ion of mad commissioner. C AV. Irates. state su-1 PTvior of roads, presided at the mwt-i if!g. The first sioa convened at jortork this tnortiirg and continued until j ; noon. in aiiermKMi aetsion pj-enenl St H ! 2 o'clnrk and will he broncbt to cUe at 4 o'clock. At the meeting there was a national road building expert from ' Washington, IX I', ao addreeeed the. emmissioBer. 1 Our Annual Easier Sale; ! on i ."Green Mountain Brand";' Nam si ! 17c lb. I "Carter's underwear," at Knight's. Great handkerchief sale at Abbott's Saturday. - . Easter gloves, neckwear and ribbons. At Vauglmn's. Regulur Saturday night dance, March nowiand hail, under auspices of Kil ey's orchestra. Ladies, free. Stop and buy your fruit for Easter at the tinted fruit store. W"e kenn the late't and best lino of fruit and lowest price in the citv. The . D. M. of the North Barre Metli- odint chapel defeated the I). C. V. of the same chapel by a close score of 1 to 0 in a game of basketball last niarht at the church gym. A. K. (.amphcil, the seninsr mach'ne export, who repairs all makes of sewing mnciiiiics, is m town jor a tew week. Work skilfully done at residences. Or ders left at Homer Fitts' Co. store. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the friends and neighbors for their assistance and sym pathy during the sickness and at the death of our darling baby; also for the flowers. , Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norm. Millinery Openings. Miss L. E. Townseud cordially invite the ladies of Barre and vicinity to her Easter opening on Saturday afternoon and evening, March 22, 1913, at her mil linery parlors, 63 Washington street. ' Mrs. Carrie Burke Gonyeo will hold her annual Easter millinery opening at 16$ North Main street Friday and Sat urday. To all the ladies of Barre and vicinity, a cordial invitation is extended to call at the millinery parlors and in spect the Easter creations. Opening of spring and summer milli nery Saturday, March 22. Mrs. C. It. W ood, over Kendnck s drug store. Boneless Smoked Shoulders! 15c per pound ! i You know that these Hams i j and shoulders are sugar- j j ; cured and cut from native I j I Vermont Pig Pork no old I j I hogs or western pork used, j Strictly fresh Eggs, doz. 25c ! I Large Boston Lettuce, hd. 10c I j Fresh Spinach, peck .... 30c j ! Celery, per bunch 18c; I Rhubarb, Dandelions, Pars- nips, etc . j liuiK norse Kadisn, pint, isc j Step Ladders! A new shipment of Step Ladders just received enables us to offer some interesting prices and a qual ity that will stand the test required from users of same. When purchasing a Ladder of any kind, the first point to consider is its safety. Better pay a little more .than to endanger your life by using poorly con structed Ladders. SPECIAL ATTENTION Is Called to Display in Our Window We ask you to compare quality, prices and con struction, which is a square business proposition in every walk of life. SEE OUR SPECIAL OFFER ASK TO SEE OUR STEP LADDERS AT 50c EACH C. N. KENYON & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE J I Fruit Bread Saturday. . .10c j j -I I : I i ll Pavilion Theatre SPECIAL TODAY Mallow & Haley The old-time minstrels. A scream from start to finish. FRANK CLAYTON Comedy mMsical act Also a dandy 3.000 Feet of Feature Film 'Admission, 10c GOOD VALUES Strictly Fresh Eggs for Easter, per dozen 23c (With our cash discounts off, they actually cost you 2114c.) Try our Cream Sponge Cake ; it has real value 10c Our Loaf Cakes are fresh every day, per pound . 18c Full line of Whipped Cream goods for Saturday. GRAPEFRUIT We sold last week's shipment ,of 10 boxes in less than two days. We have doubled the amount this week. The biggest, juiciest Grape Fruit you ever tast ed, twice the regular size, at 3 for 25c Special Price by the Box Fresh Lettuce, Spinach, Radishes, Rhubarb, Tomatoes and Dandelions. FISH DEPARTMENT Haddock, Halibut, Salmon, Cod, Blue Fish, Pike, Pickerel, Lake Trout, and Lobsters. We certainly can please you on Finnan Haddies. We shall have more than twice the amount of last week, when we were unable to supply the demand. Shell Clams for steaming, per peck 50c I F.D.LADD COMPANY 1