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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT,. THURSDAY, JUNE. 12, 1913.
SPECIAL VALUES FOR SATURDAY We offer some especially good values they mean quite a saving to you. 3 IIUCK TOWELS FOR 25c A good size Cotton Huck Towel 34x15, with a fast color border, an extra good value. Three Towels for 25c on Saturday. 12"2c Yard SEERSUCKERS-122c Yard Five pieces Windsor Seersucker, the regular 17c qual ity, to co at 1214c ner vard. This is a cood chance to huv ttiis excellent cloth at a reduction. Only five pieces; hanoVGood p- -W ! some designs in Lavender, Pink, Blue, and Black, and only 12'2C per yard. . Here is a Good Value in an ALL-LINEN DAMASK 79c Yard One hundred yards All Linen Damask, 72-inch. This comes in regular table lengths, 2, 2y2, 3 and yards in a piece, in exceptionally pretty designs. We can sell you this Damask on Saturday for only 79c per yard. Worth a good deal more than this, A Special Value on CRASH at 8c Per Yard Three hundred yards Crash, 17-inches wide, an extrn heavy quality. A Crash that will wear well and give excellent satisfaction. A regular 10c Crash. On Satur day only 8c per yard. You ought to try this Crash. TALK OF THE TOWN Ideal house drcNisea at Knight'. , Remember tlio S. II. S. alumni concert and ball Wednesday, Juno 18. A boh, Ernest Russell, wan born June 5 to Mr. and Mrs, Henry Truneau of U'cbsterville. Dry chairwood for sale. Arthur S. Martin, 'phono 53 V or leave orders at I'rindlc'n store. Down coos the price-. 17c seersuckers reduced to J2V4c per ysrd at Terry's on Saturday. t?iK pieces to choose from. You ran eet vour tickets for the S. ! H. S. alumni concert and ball at the following places: Dodge's, Holmes', or Burr's jewelry store. Remember the date of the state Spirit ualist meeting to be held iu the Um versslist church. June 13. 14 and 15. PERRY a CAMP The annual picnic of the Glenuirie club will be held .Saturday, Juno 14, at Caledonia park. iSpeeial electric cars leave city park at 1:15., Leave car at the ball grounds. Word was received yesterday by W. L. Stowe from the Koyal Victoria hospital at Montreal that there was no chance to save the eye of his son, Harry, and that it would be removed this afternoon. Harry's eye was injured last Saturday, being hit by a piece of steel. The fishing in Dog river still holds good, as indicated by two fine specimens of trout brought back by Bane fisher men. Late yesterday Phil Kllis brought back a handsome brown trout which measured 20 inches in lcugth and weighed nearly four pounds. This morning George Maker went to the same place, alter au. uiisuccesstul quest yesier day afternoon, and landed a rainbow trout which was slightly longer than the former and tipped the beam at slightly over four pounds. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. j A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. :j TV "T" -ir-fc. '''' -ft WT ' a 1 d '' - H JNow Keady With bummer (roods i; We arc now ready with the summer goods which you are sure to be looking for. While you have been thinking of the cool weather we have been getting prepared for just such weather as we are now coming into, and while the warm days only suggest the thin goods, you must keep pre. pared for the cool evenings. We have many new lines that are a little different both in ready to wear and piece goods. It is our constant study to feature the merchandise the trade need and are sure to want. tttxzstttt&uttttnuttvstzxiitttttttiittitx :::n:KJKKnujuj;:nn::a::na:a:u:n:n::n!n:t::a:::::t BEEN AHEAD FOR 45 YEARS AND STILL IN THE LEAD Commencing Thursday, June 1 2 and Continuing for a Few Days Special Dentonstra- rTlUlk Q linn and BlUIW 0OUG I I W II Mil W We mean by Club Sale something a little out of the ordinary, for instance, kind reader read on. it Goods for Tub Suits This variety of Wash Stuffs is of selected grades. Latest style goods, that you cannot go wrong with, at prices that you can feel safe to pay. The following are the newer kinds that we ask you to see. , Just arrived, a new lot of XXX Gerard Mercerized Soft Finish Poplins. There is no cloth in our stock for work dresses so popular as these Poplins. They come in the following colors : Linen, Tan, White, Black, Pink, Rose Pink, Old Rose, Navy, Maroon, Slate, Lavender, Wisteria, Champagne, Copenhagen, He lio, Reseda, Light Blue, Brown, Dark Green. Nineteen colors at 25c per yard. We pay parcel post on these goods. Send for samples. A very large assortment of Scotch Ginghams in beautiful patterns at 25c per yard. Sev eral 35c and 45c grades in this lot. Goods for Tub Suits Manufacturers are showing great consideration for pre vailing styles of Dresses by making goods that will con form to these new ideas. The following are some of our best: Latest weaves in Plissie Cloth in Persian and Bulga rian figures. These in the very fine crinkle are new only a short time on the mar ket. Price, 18c per yard. ' Ripplettes are some of our best wash goods. They are made ud into all sorts of gar ments for the children's and ladies' wear. We have them in thirty different styles at 15c per yard. . New lot of Silk Striped Pop lins for tailored dresses in colors of Wisteria, Navy, Light Brown, Dark Drown, Tan, Helio and White, at 25c per yard. A Linen bargain 46-inch Ramie Dress Linen in seven different colors, now at 39c per yard. No more than cot ton goods. ' (We parcel post these.) Ladies' Balkan Blouses We have just received by express a lot of those Balkan Blouse Waists that have been so good for the last few weeks. These are a Blouse that is made with the blue flannel collar and cuffs. The bottom is shirred into a wide band. This is a very popular Blouse Waist and we are put ting these out as a special at $1.00 each. At $1.00 we have a very popular line of White Muslin Waists. These we can give you in the plain tucked mus lin or the lace insertion or muslin trimmed. At $1.25 to $1.50 are a number of very good Waist models. At $2.00 to $2.25 are some very good Waist values. These are made in the open front and open back styles, and in fine qualities of material. Ladies' House Dresses We have just received a lot of Medium Dark and Light House Dresses that are an ex tra' good trade. These are Dresses that are made by one of our best Dress houses. They are not a scant-made Dress, but a Dress that is made from the best quality figured percale. A special Dress that we are going to put out at $1.00 is made from a plain colored percale in Dark Blue, Copen hagen Blue, and Tan. The style is a round neck and em broidered collar and revere. . At $1.00 is a plain Blue Per cale Dress that is made with white pique collar and cuff on sleeve. Also has a dust cap to match. At $1.00 is a Black and White Check Gingham Dress that is made with pique col lar and pocket. At $1.25 we have a Black and White Check House Dress that is made up in a very good style. Is finished with plain gray gingham. 4- 4' . i J: : ' ' p it My Great Grandmother My Grandmother My Mother My Sister My Wife uses the White Sewing Mahcine, are expressions we hear everywhere 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. 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 yours. Deposit ONE DOLLAR with us each w?ek it is like putting money in the bank. We Do Not Charge Interest. You get the Machine Delivered at Your Home at Once This is a busy time. . You will want some of our goods in a hurry. This is the way to get them. Mail in your order. State as near as you can what is wanted. We pay the parcel post and allow privilege of return. You take no chance. This helps you and makes a customer for us. Try us on one of these rush orders. You will appreciate the idea, once you have tried this way of shopping. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN Special day. values at Perry' on Satur- A Beautiful Souvenir to Ladies Your name beautifully embroidered with shaded Corticelli ilk, absolutely FREE, made while you wait, to ladies calling at our store. $2,000 WTorth of Fancy Needlework Battenburg Work, Roman Embroid ery, Mexican Drawn Work, Etching, Hemstitching, and all kinds of Outline Work done on the WHITE Machine. r,r.,., 3 During the progress of thi3 special demonstratico, .and Club sale, we shall have with us Mr. W. C. ELLIS, the famous silk artist from the Uctoiy DONT DELAY, BUT COME EARLY, no matter what make of sewing machine youhav CalJ and see this WONDERFUL WHITE it is different. IB. W. Hooker tt !? Vermont's Largest House Furnishers, Sole Agents for Barre and Vicinity Go., inztitti; j Fishing is Good Here! lit, 1 ll 1.:J- T7 u we nave tui juiius vi rresn j land Salt Water Fish in their! ! i season. An Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results. One Thing You Should Know AND One Thing You Should See Is those big picture values we are offering, now displayed in our window. These are not the ordinary pictures generally sold at this price, but resemble and cannot be distinguished from higher grade water-colored prints. At the Popular Price of 10c Each C. N, KENYOfl & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE TALK OF THE TOWN Three buck towels for 2."c at Perry's Now is the time to fret your screen windows and door repaired at the C i. i i oiigoee mm. Oo to John If. Johnson, 37 South Main street, for your roofing, eave troughing, sheet iron and tin woric, repairing, etc. i ri. i . "The Gormandiierette." f t : i " riiun.T evening, SI o rim k. in pauldinjf chapel, the Wah-Wah-Tov ee .atrol of the Tahorha rampfire will present a comedy-farce, entitled, "The (ormaniliirrette," pUT written and staged nv a lahorha jtirl, whom you all know. The program is a follows: Maizie Iturminyton, the inrmandier. Olire Miirpess iva i.urKe, ner roommate. . .nra Morris Anne Asheleigh, a girl with a hobby Marguerite I'urfier ! Elvnnre van Sohuvler. Hornet hinz f a snob tiladys Terkins Ruth Psrne, jut a dear. . Flizaheth Hoar Hetty Hasbird, another tlmton firl. Msrpsrtt Booth Mim ;loer. the proverbial old maid teacher Maris Harnett Celia, tb parlor maid j Urme Smollett TALK OF THE TOWN Kale of trunk and bajjs at Abbott'. Anthony 0sola of Korthfk'ld arrived in the city last niffiit for few days' visit with relatives. The ladies of St. Monica's parish are requested to meet in the convent this evening at i o clock. I here will be no praver meeting to night at the Presbyterian church, on account of the illness of the pastor. A meeting of foreign Masons will be held in Masonic hall Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Let every member at tend. j New five -passenger auto for hire; will go anywhere. Reasonable rates. James j Hastings, 380 North Main street. Tel. All members, of the carpenters" union wishing to go to Kast Barre Friday evening please be at the hall at 0 o'clock p. in. - Kckstrom, for several years the main stay of the Dartmouth" pitching staff, and" Tommy Davidson will do the pitch ing fof Barre against the Beacons. Koscoe Mclver, a student at Tufts college, Medford, Mass., arrived in the citv last night on his wsv to Granite ville, where he will pass the summer at his home. The students of the evening drawing school who have rebates due them on their tuition can receive sama by railing at the city treasurers office on baturday, June 14. James Mackay, treasurer. The ladies' union of the Universalist church will hold a special meeting in the church vestry to-morrow at 2:30 p. m. jet every member be there, if possible, as there is business of importance. The third of the series of band con certs to be rendered by the Barre band during the coming summer was conduct ed from the imisio stand in city park last evening. As usual, a large throng was in attendance ana manirestea ",eir i nrrlprq Thnr?HflV Dnn't waiL i,..t in ti,. wnrk undertaken Kv h. orders i nursaay uon t wait. ' i The Beacons, who are to plar Barre I S Fresh Rock Cod, Mackerel, t Intercity on Saturday, are considered I Halibut, Perch, Flounders, the strongest independent team playing ball in Xcw Hampshire. Among their list of victories. St. Ansel ins is num bered twice, (lose games have been played with several clubs of the New r.nifland league. Ibis should a fiord one of the best games of the season. Bernard Lee of Irasburg. a graduate of (ioddard in 1010, has been elected to the captaincy of baseball at Tufts college for next spring. Lee will be a junior next year, l-ee was one of the best ball pis vers that ever wore the seminary colors, captaining the cham nionship team of 1PIO. 11 is playing since joining Tufts has been good. During the past year he was looked on as the strongest man in the Medford aggre gation. TO BE MADE IN BARRE. TALK OF THE TOWN Best suit values at Knight's. More new white dree at Vaughan's. An extra value in all linen dainwsk. 79c per yard at Perry's on Saturdity. Mrs. Emma A. Lapoint attended the convention of the Woman's Belief corps at Rutland this week, as a delegate from Brooks Relief corps of Montpelier. One feature of the Flowerland barasr this evening will be a competitive drill by the members of Canton Vinton, Xo. 1(. This canton has captured first prize from all, cantons of the state for the past three years. Do not fail to witness the drill. TALK OF THE TOWN Dainty unilernuwliua at Knight's, See Abbott's sale of trunks and bags. Lumber, both soft and hard wood, rough and finished. At the C. L. Bugbee mill. Sale of 30 trimmed tats at $1.98 and I2.H8 at Mrs. Kelson-Churc'a, over Barre Daily Times. Dancing from 10 until 12 o'clock each evening, is one of the best features of the Flowerland bazaar. Bring your eggs to Eastman Brothers' and receive the highest market prices.. We are paying to-day 25c J Lake Trout are elegant and j cheap, only 20c per pound J Do you like your Haddock uuiicu au iiiitk iiic tini- dren can eat it with safety? We make no extra charge for taking the bone out. Whole fish, rjer lb. 10c: less. rer J M ' ' a lb 12c! All we ask is, send in your tt-u uu-it-itii ti-4tiiis k a a a it uu-u-ttvn A REMEDY For the relief of pain, soreness and stiffness of joints and muscles, external inflammation, sprains, and bruises. A. D. S. Embrocation A white, soothing and nenetratin familv lin- I jf imerit. Clean, efficacious and pleasant. 25c a bottle at J Blue Fish, Maine Salmon, Her jring, Shad, etc. j Whole Salt Salmon, per ! lb. only 9c I (Fish weigh 4 to 6 lbs. each.) TOMATO PLANTS, doz. 63c Order Them Now Family Memorial of Latt Vice-President Sherman, i Dairy Butter, only .32c v i v 1:1.. - I iuu miuw me quauiy c keep. Every pound guaran- g teed. SPECIAL VALUES ! ! CANNED PEARS, each 15c i I DROWN'S DRUG STORE DRUGS AND KODAKS 48 No. Main St. tt-ti-?t n t K-tt-n n tt- tt-t White Daisy Brand, extra j large size cans and extra good j Pears. Regular 25c value Jtry one can. I: 1 -a - I tL. T I -V, .. kend.ll plant are soon to start opera-1 S POST TOASTIES, per box 4c tions on a large mausoleum to be erected I ! 7 boxes 25c, regular 10c I in Forest Hill cemetery. Utica. X. V-Jln, KlakeS. Ve have JUSt I to the memory of James Schoolcraft , I rprp;verl another larffe COn- Sherman, formerlr vice president of the jrecenea anotner mitfe LUH . t muni ?;JiTf, wimmw unin omirrra ; ; dijihhvuw Iat fall. Th Mriirture in to don 1 1 in riht-lr faro mid timvifnnnB in it in- lIPIXF APrf FL TWO for 23r;i trior r to he timl for ix catacomb TnrtTA fruit- extra aualltv. . i ; 11. j: . : . f - o " ri I I I ' the massive vault .ill be K txiixU -10; "SLICED HAWAIIAN PINE the roof stone will weigh forty tons in APPLE 2oC tne rougn ana ininT io wnen nnisneu. , - , , i The fi.Kr is to be of gran.te with the! Regular 30c value, large J interior walls of highlr polished Italian j ! Cans Onl.V. I.I. ftnn.. Jnr. s .11 lul w.kin i I f and on either side of the entrance Latin IS FRESH ROASTED P NUTS j crosses will appear in relief, threr the,'! 5c Qt. S entrance will appear the name. "James!! Srhool-raft Sherman." in raised letters, j I The contract was received only recent-1 1 ly, and a few days w ill elapse before! work on the mausoleum is commenced. If It is to be finished and set in Forest Hill ,' I Hme-rcsde candy for sale between the eemeterr br Norember.l. when it will AimiMioo, lie. be dedKated with appropnate eierciset, V acta. ,'2. 1 l.-l.-.j Fresh Fish Varieties and Values With all the different kinds to select from, one's table can be well supplied with the finest foods for health, during the summer months when meats are not agreeable to everyone. Chicken Halibut, very finest, per lb. . . .... 20c Fresh Salmon, per lb. ........ 20c Large Mackerel, 3 lbs. and over, each 33c Medium size Mackerel 25c Blue Fish for broiling or baking, per lb. . . 25c Hounders, per lb 10c Rock Cod, a fine fish, per lb 1 0c to 1 2c Fresh Herrings, each 5c Shore Hadd, per lb. 10c to 12c Lake Trout, fine pan fish, per lb. . . . . 20c Bull Pouts, per lb 20c Lake Pike, per lb 20c Finnan Haddie, per lb 12c Penobscot (Maine) Salmon, per lb 35c (Finest fish for Sunday dinner or any little occa sion you wish something that is the par excellence of all eatables. Fresh Boiled Maine Lobsters every day. New Potatoes A carload of smooth, white, ipe, southern-grown Irish Cobblers, per peck 45c F. D. LAPP COMPANY j