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DAILY TIMES. 11AIUIE, VT., TIIUKSDAY, MAY 1. 1013.
PERRY (EL
75 North Main Street
CAMP
Barre, Vermont
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If I Were You
You wouldn't like to buy Furniture here if we f
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didn't spend a good deal of time thinking about your
wants. j
We have before us daily the words: "If I wejre
you, what would I think of this chair or that bed?'
You know that nationally' advertised" merchan
dise must be satisfactory. Otherwise it couldn't be
continuously advertised. That's why we feature na
tionally advertised. Furniture. . j
FROM HOOSIER CABINETS
to
GLOBE-WERNICKE BOOKCASES
Vnitf host intprpsfss are'ours. Everv Dennv VO-
a invest in furnishings at this store has to pay you big
ti t t i ;. ; I
aiviaenas in sausiacuu...
Hang Up Your
I Curtains Now
H nr i I 1 :. r,,-i Otv tiraofrs
n we nave ueeii specuiitnng in vui tamo, uia
tho larcroat rlmnprv hmises made us a SDe-
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it 1 .11,r lnvrra 1-if r-p llyfo 1 n3 TllP
offer saves us more than 25 per cent., so we are going
S to maxe a great, aispiay in our uinyeiy wyai
uiis ween., wiui piitca mn icu wwci mon jv
ever seen for goods of this quality.
This exhibit will give you an opportunity to com
pare values and qualities such as you have never hid
l-.f .' i-UJ- -,?4-r XT-. mnttoi tirViot IrinH AT t T1PH' ii
Curtain you need this spring, or when you intend to g
put it in, now is the time to come and make your res- g
ervation, oeiore me siucis.s axe uiuft.cn.
We shall hold this sale for the balance of tlus
week, so be sure to make your plans to come in dur
ing one of these days.
B. W. Hooker & Company,
Members Vermont Funeral Directors' and Embalmers' Association I
RED CROSS HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE J
Only Ambulance in the City Used Exclusively for Sick and Accident Casts.
'Phone 87-11
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at
TALK OF THE TOWN
New riblmii nt Abbott's.
Choice new goods at Kniijlit's.
Rent the vacuum eleaiu'r at Fittft'.
Ahiy iml. of Kiiiffh"" Vaughun
A ifK)d value in nhcet t fine wli
IVrry'a on .Saturday.
Lumber, both soft and hard wood,
routjh and finished. At the C. L Bugbee
mill.
The duett nnd Hathaway iiojflijiee
nliirt, all style, from th McWhor
ter Co.
For Friday, potato salad and tinn bull
St. .'.'an the Dnoti society will ho
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EXTRA VALUES AT PERRY'S
ON SATURDAY
' If vou want to buy values fair and square, come here on Sat
urday. Read carefully every item they mean a big saving for
you? Get prepared for spring showers. Here is your opportunity:
89c each A Special Sale of Umbrellas 89c each
nr 1 t tin.-. r a t si V maa unli.r
FiftV 26-inch Ladies umoreiias, tuvc.cu jm quuujr i.-or Kridav, potato saiau aim nn nun.
offoa , with tflne edee a big assortment of mission handles in iwc -nd "in your Saturday order early,
taiieta, witn tape euge u s TTrin,, i0 ,o M.r. Gov... 1 87- M.
1 . J .A "v - r 1 t w"i TTl f iui 1 1 ri 1: J n u iiiui v . l in w rii i ir i w v
carved, piain aim iiicwi-uiuumvm. , , un. 1 7u" i IV
know of. Just the Umbrella for school use. While this lot lasts,
only 89c each on Saturday.
A Good Opportunity to Buy Muslin Curtains
69c pair Muslin Curtains 69c pair
One lot Muslin Curtains, with lace insertion. These Curtains
are 2V yards long by 31 inches wide, made of good quality muslin.
A Curtain worth more money than we are asking. I-or a special
value on Saturday, only 69c per pair.
A Special Value on Sheets 69c each
One lot of Bleached Sheets, made of good quality cotton ; well
made, good large size. For a special value, Saturday only 69c each.
A Special Sale of Muslin Night Robes 9c each j
Three styles Night Robes, made of soft finish muslin; will
made, trimmed with attractive lace, an extra value at 69c each j
A Good Time to Stock Up on Crash 10c yard
Two hundred fifty yards Crash. This is another lot of that
Never-Lint Crash that has sold so well; pure white, extra hefy
wpio-htt the best wearing urasn you ever Duugai. a swn-
tunity to stock up at 10c per yard.
Couch Hammocks!
Warm, sultry days remind us of summer com
forts. There is nothing more comfortable for the
home or camp than one of our "E-Z" Couch Ham
mocks. We offer you a choice selection this season from
the leading manufacturers at lowest prices. All our
Couch Hammocks have National Springs and good
mattresses (guaranteed).
See the New Combination Bed Couch and Mammock.
C. II. KEHYON & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE
dance in tlw K. of C. hall Saturday
evening, SUy 3.
A new line of couch covers and por
tieres at llcxiker's. Latest patterns and
colorings for spring.
Kesnilar meeting of Winnetta council,
No. 10, I), of 1., 1. O. 11. M., Thursday,
May 1, at 7:30. Refreshments.
You can buy correct millinery at rea
sonable prices" from :irs. Nelson-Church,
over Barre Times orliee. Why pay more!
l)o not fail to attend the Orange- Lum
ber company's wonderful closing-out
sale on. .Saturday, May 3. fM'C ad. on
page 7. "
lti'iviH hv p.nrpsa todav. a lame
shipment of iadies' and misses' dresses,
in ratine, linens and tnngnams. i ans
Shirtwaist House.
Aui't.inn nln of pnd 7 i). m. Satur
day at the old city auction rooms, Pearl
street. A lot ot goods mat musi De
sold. O. H. Hale, auctioneer.
A meeting of the amusement commit
tee of the I. O. O. L., M. U., will be held
at the home of Mrs. Eva, Geen, 7 Laurel
street, at 7:30, Friday evening.
H. M. Farnham returns tomorrow noon
from Chicago, where he has been to buy
horses, which will go on sale at his sta
bles, 1)0 Northfield street, Montpelier.
VW guarantee the awnings we make.
Th colors in the materials will stand
both rain and sunshine. May we esti
mate on yours? B. W". Hooker & Co.
Excelsior boys, attention! A meeting
will be hrUl at the home of the secre
tary on Saturday evening at 7:30
prompt. Let everyone be present. Per
order president.
All members of the Knights of Co
lumbus have been extended an invita
tion to attend the dance to be given in
K. of C hall on Friday evening by the
Newman Dramatic club.
We shall discontinue the use of cash
rebate checks after April 30, but will
allow instead a discount of five per cent,
on cah purchases when goods are taken
from the store. Outstandings rebate
checks will b redeemed until June 1.
Eastman Bros.
We discontinue rebate checks after
April 30, but will allow a discount of
five per cent, on cash purchases when
goods are taken from the store. No
five per cent, allowed when , we deliver
the goods. All checks are redeemable un
til .June I. H. J. Smith.
Sidnev Olliver of Church street re
turned 'to the city this week from a
few months' visit at his former home
at England. Mr. Olliver passed the
greater portion of his time abroad at
Rrook. Cornwall, and also spent
some time travelling through the Isles.
Mrs. fj. Mtttlgett will Tetnain in me
city for a few weeks. She has given
general satisfaction with orders from the
firm of P. F. Uonney'f Sons, Boston, in
suits, coats, waists of all kinds and sep
arate skirts. She has samples of Copen
hagen blue and brown suits; also beau-
ful waists ana dresses ior inK-cuun.
Will be pleased to show them to any
one at 13 East street.
Manager Silvio Guidici of tne warre
Athletic club has completed arrange-m.-ta
fnr tho annpflrance of the tirst
independent baseball club of the season.
On Saturtkiy afternoon the seminary
ill he the scene of a battle
between the Fifth Infantry team from
the barracks at Plattsburg, N. Y., and
the Barre club. The Fifth Infantry nine
comes to the city with a stronger or
ganization than last season. Tommy Da
vidson will twirl for the Barre club.
The management of the Pavilion has
secured for its patrons one of the biggest
features in vaudeville and it is the only
exhibition of the kind on earth Iseik,
AniU and Sweeney in a bewildering,
surpassing and novel display of mar
velous, whirlwind gun spinning, artisti
cally blended with skilful feats of legi
timate novelty juggling. Hadji Lessik
is admitted in both Europe and America
to be the very greatest all round triple
gun juggling expert the world has ever
seen. Anita, the beautifully costumed
quality soprano and skilled manipulator,
and Sweeney, the funniest trained mon
key in vaudeville, make, up the trio.
Th nfher aci is tmc
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of new jokes and clean comedy. Ilia
stories are funny, his songs catching
and his laughing simply irresistible.
Adv.
BRAINTREE.
and
Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr
Mrs. A. M. Pratt.'
In spite of the rain about twenty-five
or thirtv friends" and neighbors gathered
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pratt
Monday evening to observe their golden
wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs.
Pratt were married in Hartford. April
H, 1803, and have always resided in
Uraintrre, where they have made many
friend. A purse of" $25 was presented
them during the evening. Refreshments
of cake, coffee and wafers were served
and the evening was pleasantly passed
by all. Those attending from out of
town were their daughter. Mrs. Harry
Kendall, and daughter. Gwendolyn, of
Puree; Mr. and Mrs. P. J. CampMl and
daughter, Hazel, from Randolph; Mr.
and Mrs. I L. Dickerman, Lucius Webb
and Mrs. Vinton from East Granville.
SOUTH BARRE.
Mrs. W. E. Knight, who has been quite
ill, is improving and was able to sit up
to-dav.
The South Barre granire will (Jiserve
children's night at their hall Friday
eveninir. May 2. Three children will give
s'nort literary program. Everybody
invited.
Free Concert To-night.
The reader of The Time are cordially
invited to attend the concert at Armory
hall, Montpelier, this evening and hear
the world greatest artit sing from
the new f.VHI Columbia "Grand" grafo
nola. the finest instrument in Vermont.
Instrumental selections will al be
given, besides selection by the world's
greatest violinist, pianist. eU . No ad
mission will be charged for the contort,
which is to commence at 7:30 o'clock.
After the ewi-ert, dsnee musie will be
played on this machine for tboe who
wih to danr-e.
Public Hotic.
We sahll discontinue ffivinir re?t r
rHfxk after April 30. We wiT redeem
.11 outstanding checks til! May I". C. N.
Last Week We Finished Our Sale of New Idea
Magazine Subscriptions
Over 200 ladies will get better acquainted with New Idea Patterns. They will get acquainted
with the best seam allowed pattern sold today and the price is but 10c each. Any New Idea Pat
tern for 10c each. We expect to fill the first call for these magazines that we have sold next week.
You bought a real bargain wjien you paid for your subscriptions. We arc now about to talk to
you about the following kinds we can use you well on.
Poplins
These are the cloths that arc be
ing sold very extensively an all cities.
It is the clotA that our Spaulding
graduate are to wear. These dress
es, while of very inexpensive mate
rial, have a lustre fully equal to
real Bilk. These come in White at
25c per yard.
Poplins in colors; a very largo
line, same quality as the white, very
soft and have a mercerized finish.
We carry the largest assortment of
these in Vermont. The following
are some of the colors Navy, Light
Blue, Copenhagen, Tans, Mode, Cham
pagne, Re&ada, Brown, Pink, Helio
trope, Amethvst, Garnet, Black and
Light Pink, V.'e have a part of t!ae
same colors in satin stripes at same
price, 25c per yard.
Order samples and goods by parcel
post. We pay the postage.
If a largo assortment appeals to
you, we can surely interest you.
New Goods
That Have Just Arrived
New lot of Misses' Wliite and Col
ored Towel Hats at 50 each. The
first lot of these went in a very
short time..
May number in New Idea Fash
ion Sheet are now ready for the
asking.
New Lace Sots, collar and cuff,
pieces to match. Very swell and
quite the thing.
New ideas in Neckwear, kinds that
all do not have. Prices 25 and 50c
Fancy Ribbon are good. These
are new and our 25" pries will give
you many 35 ami SOc values. They
are a special purchase.
A new idea, in Wliite Hand ker
chiefs, with Colored Initials, assorted
in box at 69c per box of eix (the
city fad).
Next week you should select your
new spring Nemo Corsets.
Special Silk Petticoat Values
When in New York two weeks ago we were able to get hold of one of
the best Silk Petticoat values we were ever able to offer the trade.
These are a Petticoat that are made iu a large range of shades, and
we had to buy a quantity to get the price on them that we did, and when
you see them we know you will ngree with us that they are the best Pet
ticoat value you ever saw. If we are unable to give you just the shade
you want vie can get you any shade or any combination of shades you are
looking for.
This is a Petticoat that is made by one of the best silk houses in the
country and they only use the best grades of silks in their factory.
Here is a Petticoat nt $2 SO that is made from a fine quality Char
meuse; is a Petticoat that is made in nice shape and has a finish like a
five dollar Petticoat; has a deep flounce, and will give you the best service
of any Petticoat we ever offered.
At 92. 50 we are offering this five down lot of Charmeuse Petticoats
fur the next few days. See them in our North Window.
At $3 OO we have another lot of those Colored Messaline Petticoats.
This is the same-Petticoat we have put out so many of this spring, and we
have not had one complaint against them.
If you want a Petticoat to match your suit or dress we can give you
any shade, or combination of shades. Now do not think because these
Petticoats are cheap that they will not do the service. We are positive
that these are the best values "in Petticoats that you ever saw. Come in
and try one and see the quality you get for only 92 50.
SATURDAY SALE 100 dozen Irish Shamrock Lawn Embrqidered Handkerchiefs. These are the
same as sold at Christmas at 15c each. There are more Handkerchiefs sold at Christmas than during the
Srmd sffll the warm days of summer take three to one of any day in winter. If you are not well
mto lots of money as these g0 on saole Saturday at 6c each' or 5 for 25cJust the
price of a cheap Handkerchief. How many dozen can you use?
The Daylight
Store
TALK OF THE TOWN
Big waist sale Saturday at FitU'.
Mav sale on wash goods at aughan s.
Free May New Idea sheet at Abbott s.
May sale on muslin underwear at the
Yaughan Store. .
Tim mother' friend, boy' blouses and
shirts, from the MeWliorter Co.
Bv e-prees. muslin waists in high and
low necks. Pari Shirtwaist House.
The place to buy wall paper ai
Hooker's. Largest selection in the state.
t ; .,,t nsir. three styles of
muslin curtain at Perry' on Saturday.
Join the Hoosier kitcnen caomei jr
T,ifj sewinir machine club at Hook
er and pay a dollar a week.
We shall discontinue ine u
-i .kk. fr Anril 30. but Will
rrim-ve v ji. v i ' ,
allow instead a discount of five per cent.
on cash purchase when gooo are la
from the store. Outstanding rebate
cbeck will be redeemed until June 1.
Flastman Bros.
ft- 1. 1013. we shall
discontinue the rebate system a hither
to conducted by u. He snail enueavor
to c-ive our patron the lowest price
possible and will give a five per cent,
discount on all goods sold for cash over
the counter. We will redeem all checks
returned to us during the month of May.
Eugene M. Lyon.
M0NTPTLIER.
i-i, vrnntnolior union of the Congrega
tional ministers met at the Y. M. C. A.
Tuesday, when the program prenarea
was given as scheduled and in addition
Rev. Ira Pinney read paper on -no
Teaching of Euvken," which he was to
have given at previous meeting, from
which he was absent.
1 took action at its
meeting in regard to the destruction of
the numerous worms nesis iuu
citv. Those on city property win u
destroyed bv the city, and the mayor nas
. .. i. nn.nnratinn nf farmer ana
Laughing Casey" an; excel lent V". r,he7s outside the city in getting rid
joke ana r.esn rcmeuy. . -
The firemen went two mnes
in answer to a still alarm from the
home of Mr. J. A. Warren on the Wor
cester branch road. The fire was in the
dues and little damage was done.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Annual May sale at Vaughan's.
Handkerchief wile at Abbott on Sat
urday. Eighty-nine cents ach, an extra spe
cial value in umbrellas, at Perry's on
Saturday.
Greet sale on silk muslin, all color
and designs; regular 25c, Saturday only
at half the price, 121. cents a yard, at
the New York Bargain House.
Congregational Church Entertainment.
Trogram for Thursday evening at ,the
Congregational vwtry it 8 o'clock:
Violin selection Harold Knight
Violin selection -
Harold and Hortens Knight, accom
panied by Miss Hovey at the piano
gong Mis Emma Slayton
Illustrated lecture, "My Trip Abroad"
Frederic Edwards
Piano solo Miss Hoyey
Song Newell Parker
Refreshment of cake and coco. Ad
mission, 10 nd 20e.
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jFish That Brings a smile.
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BARRE OPERA HOUSE
Monday and Tuesday Evenings
Matinees Daily May 5 and 6
IS
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IT. aba Trrmt. ner itnund . . . 20c !
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jBulI Pout, per pound 20c j
J Pickerel, per pound 20c I
j Flounders, per pound 10c
Butter Fish, per pound . .20c j
! Fresh Herrines. 6 for ...25c !
j Fresh Salmon, lb 20-22c j
! Fresh Haddock, lb. . .8-10-12c !
! Rock Cod, lb 10-12c!
J Halibut, lb .....20-22cl
I Cod Cheeks, lb 13c I
IShad 50c
jBIue Fish, lb 20c
Mackerel, large, each
One-half Fish . . .
May
Prices
on
Coal
We can now deliver all sizes of Pittston Coal,
which is one of the best High-Grade Coals mined.
Stove Coal, per ton $7.50
Egg Coal, per ton 7.50
Nut Coal, per ton 7.75
Pea Coal, per ton 6.50
Our terms are for strictly cash, and we cannot
hold orders for future delivery.
Try Our Coke
All Kinds Hard and Soft Wood
Morse & Jackson
Telephone 237
ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
.60c :
30c j
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LOBSTERS ARE COMING
TO-MORROW MORNING
Prices Low
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j Shell Clams, peck 50c
j Strawberries, basket
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23-25C I !
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ASPARAGUS LETTUCE j
CUCUMBERS I
I NEW CABBAGE j
I DANDELIONS RADISHES j
j WAX BEANS j
! RIPE TOMATOES, ETC. I
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THE MOST MARVELOUS MUliun.j
pictures tvtK 1 1 fresh Cream Cheese, ea.. .10c I
- knnd-H arms. Jpirt1ii wild : f
animal W- i Afrtn. Jan.. wr-p-
SHOWN OVEm I TEA IN K. T. CITY
PrMMMntc
tU, PRICE
v i . W. tVr.
1 BaraaM ay tl Ifc
Household Necessities
6 Babbitt's Soap and 2 cans Babbitt's Cleanser . . 25c
7 cakes Babbitt's Naphtha Soap for 25c
7 cakes Lenox Soap or 7 cakes Oak Leaf Soap. . 2oc
7 cakes old, well-dried Welcome Soap for ...... 25c
10 cakes of Fels Naphtha or P. & G. Naphtha for 45c
10 cakes Polo Laundry Soap for 25c
6 cakes of Sunny Monday Soap for 25c
6 cakes of lOc-size Ivory Soap for 45c
6 cakes Fairy Toilet Soap for 25c
25c size Gold Dust for 20c
25c-size Star Naphtha Powder for 20c
4-lb. package World Soap Powder for ISc
10 5c packages Swift's Pride Washing Powder. 25c
6 packages of Babbitt's 1776 for 25c
3 cans Old Dutch Cleanser for 25c
Vo-lbs. Mule Team Borax, 8c; pounds 12 '2c
3"bottles Sawver's Ammonia for 2oc
15c Sawyer's Crystal Blueing for 10c
Remember, these prices mean our saving in ex
pense by not sending for orders. We deliver anywhere
in the city.
Our 5 per cent cash discount makes our already
low prices very attractive.
Lake Fish fresh Thursday morning, other varie
ties of Fish fresh every day.
Finnan Haddies that please everyone.
F.D.L ADD COMPANY
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