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THK 11ARRK DAILY TIMES, DARKE. VT.. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1913.
A Good Opportunity on Saturday for Bargains A surplus of merchandise in several lots makes us desirous or moving the lots named below. AN EXTRA VALUE IN MUSLIN AND VOILE SHIRT WAISTS 98c Each One lot of $1.25 Waists, made in muslin, figured voile, in high or low Robespierre collar, neatly trimmed with Bulgarian embroidery. To close this lot, we maKe tne price on Saturday only yc eacn. a genuine $i.&o vaiue, reduced to vac. A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A BED SPREAD $1,39 Each One lot Fringed. Scalloped and Hemmed Spreads that were $1.75, $1.85 and $1.98, to go at $1.39 each. There is nothing the matter with these Bed Spreads only the price. . We have too many; consequently, you are the gainer. YOU WILL WANT SOME OF THESE IIUCK TOWELS2 for 25c Notice the size 42x20. Of linen finish huck, with a pretty turkey-red border. We shall ask you only 2 for 25c on Saturday, PERRY CAMP TALK OF THE TOWN QtJ CLUB sale whacks them. Only a few more White Sewing Machines left. Use a White Sewing Machine. It KILLS time, sews fast and easy; it is hard to equal or match a White; it runs QUICK and does your sewing perfect. Look at the White Tension, it is different; it is like a clock. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers Sole Agents for Barre and Vicinity Ice Cream Freezers Buy The White Mountain Costs no more ; makes ice cream faster than any other Freezer made. Why? Because it has a triple mo tion which no other Freezer has. Try one and be convinced. Get our prices before buying, at THE N.D.PHELPS CO. Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont Nice lot of 5(c neckwear 2."e, at Ab bott'. .Mr. Etta lliitchin of this city i reported very low. See the Halo 10c handkerchief for 5c each at VaiiL'han'n. Refrigerator and ire chests at Sad- Iicr's, 10 Keith avenue. Franci Cook, who ha 'been milking an extended visit in Montreal, 1 J., returned to Burrt this .morning. tleorga It, Beyerle, piano tuner, will lie in llurre next week. lxuive order at Time oltire. Thirty trimmed hat to close at $1.1S; worth up to '.' Mr. Nelaon-C'huroli, over iiarr Time olhce. Fred Bellow, who ha been visiting hi on, George It. Bellow, returned to-day to hi home in lkwton. Mrs. Cynthia Spencer of Culiot Tlain is visiting in Montpelier and llurre for a few day. She returns home to-night. He on hand at opening of our fourth anniversary sale. Big bargain. See ad. on page t). Pari Shirtwaist Holme. Joseph Reynolds of Beckley hill re turned this morning from Rockland, Me., where he has been visiting for the past few days. Jasper Hapgett of West Stewartstown, N. II., a former resident of Barre, ar rived in the city last niirht for a visit of several days. u. JU. Miles of est. street, who has been spending the past week at New Vork and Atlantic t'itv, X. J., returned to the city last night. Miss lleldreth Murray, who has been visiting r 'fives in the city for the past two weeks, left thi forenoon for her home in Manchester, N. If. Mrs. Sarah Noreross of Somervillc. Mass., arrived in the eity last evening to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. frank G. Howland of French street. Rev. and Mrs. T. II. Ockford, who have been spending several days in the eity while attending the Episcopal diocesan convention, returned last night to their home in Northfield. Mrs. Sophronia O. Noye of upper Washington street ha sold ber place to A. L. Noyes. Mrs. Noye will gb to live with her daughter, Mrs. Hastings, at East Topsham. Friday's arrivals at The Buzzell hotel were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. William Finn, New-York; Theodore Tenney, New Vork; S. A. Isaacson, Boston; H. H. Sim son, Boston; W. O. Martin, Williams town. William Cole of Jefferson street left this morning for Worcester, Mass., where he will join Mrs. Cole anil son, Philip, who have been absent from Barre sev eral days. The family will return to Barre next week. The Bon Accord football tem goes Saturday to llardwick to meet the local team there in association football. The Bon Accord's visit will follow in response to a challenge issued some weeks ago by the llardwick team. Karl E. Ellsworth of Cambridge,, a former instructor in the commercial de partment at Spaulding high school, re turned to his home by automobile thia morning, after a few days' visit with friends in Barre and vicinity. Frank Dezotell, who has been employ ed at Websterville for the past four month, was a visitor in the city yes terday while on hi wav to Montreal, P. Q., where he will nuke a ten days' visit at his former home, before going to ancouver, B, C, where he has se cured employment. Frederick W. Burnham, a former in structor at Goddard seminary, who is now engaged as a teacher in Mercers- burg academy, Mercersburg, Ta., will ar rive in the city this evening to attend the commencement exercises at (ioddard. Mr. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CU.t ; Saturday Evening This Week Your last chance to buy the following goods at our 4 Days' White Sale prices. This sale will help you to a good liberal saving on goods that you always buy at this time of the year. When you can buy $1.50 Royal Worcester Corsets at 98c and 12 l-2c Handkerchiefs at 5c it makes a big saving. pit 214 SPICL Royal Worcester Corsets Semi-annual sale of Worcester Corsets for the next 4 days. No. 214, Royal Worcester Corsets (non-rust-able). Average figure, low bust, very long skirt and back. Made of very fine Batiste with 0 hose supporters, regular $1.50 Corset in- all sizes. This sale at only 98c per pair. We should be well broken up on sires of these the first day's sale. They are bargains. Handkerchiefs About 50 dozen Irish Shamrock Lawn 'Embroidered Handkerchiefs. These we sold last Christmas at 2 for 25c. This was a chance pur chase at less han cost of cloth alone. Now we will sell them for these 4 days at 5 for 25c or 6c each. This is Handkerchief weather and these are bargain. White Gloves and Ribbons Seven-inch White Moir Ribbon for 25e. Please notice the width. A full assortment of Warranted White Silk Gloves from 50c up to $1-00. There is no better at our prices, you can depend on these values. Muslin Underwear First let us show you our new Leona 8-in-l Suit. This is a combi nation of eorset cover, skirt and drawers and our special at 98c is surely if great garment. We have a special line of Corset Covers that are trimmed with fine lace and hamburg, nothing better for les than 00c. These now at 25c each. Special values in COc Corset Cov er. A very pretty Muslin Skirt at $1.00 and $125. Alto a very tine full circular Drawer, as good as most 7 So values. These 50c per pair. We also have a finer line of Mus lin Underwear than we usually sell these for those that want something extra nice. Four dozen Crepe Night Gowns. These would look good to you at $1.00. These for 4 day at 69o each. You will sot a good well made Night Robe at 50c and a very fine nicely trimmed Robe at $1.00. Thi line of Muslin Underwear you will find to be made of selected Eng lish long cloth, edged with fine lace and embroideries. It i the Plume Brand that you see advertised so much. Ladies' White Dresses - We have a lot of Whito Dresses that are made by the Monogram peo ple that we are closing Wit ' at less than on.-half price. Thcbe are good values at the regular price but are all odd Dresaes wa carried from kiet season. At $1.98 are three White Dresses In an extra good value; are soiled and a little mussed, but the price will allow them to be put in good shape. These are a regular $10.00 and $15.00 value. At $3.9S are a few Dresses that are in good shape, are not soiled or mussed in the least, but are odd Dresses we want to clean up at once. Are Dresses that sold at $3.75. At $5 98 are a few odd Dresses in white that we are putting in to clean up. These are a regular $12.50 Dress. Now to clean up at $5. 98. . At $698 are a few extra good values in a White Dress that sold at $15.00. At $8 98 are a number of good White Dress values in Dresses that old at from $18.00 to $20.00. Ladies' White Waists We have a lot of White Muslin and Lingerie Waist in white that wa are putting into this clean-up sals at 98c each. These are Wants In odd lots that have been selling at from $1.25 to $2.00. The sizes are very good. This is a good ehanett to get a Waist just when you neoii them most at a good saving. Your choice of the lot at only 98o eaoh. Ladies' Afternoon Dresses We put in our north show window this morning a representative line of Ladies' Dresses where wa only have one or two left. These are our sea son's best values of Dresses where the cloths have been closed out and we cannot duplicate them. This is just the weather when you need these Dresses, and that is the reason we are giving vou this op- j portunity. They come in small and Kieuium si7.es aim omy one or iwo of a kind. At $3-98 are sixteen odd Dresses in fine dimity and muslin; are made up in the season' best style, aro finished with fine muslin and lace edge. These are Dresses where there are only one or two alike. Are lresses "that sold at $5.50 and $3.75. Now to clean up at $3 98. At $550 are three Gray Eponge Dresses that sold at $7.75. If you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in TheTimes (Gradeallnoini GMs Of Monogram and Initial Stationery , Our new steel die printing press enables you to se lect any style papers you may desire and have same stamped in any color ink, including gold or silver. This in connection with our line of Eaton Crane Stationery enables you to procure the highest grade of Correct Correspondence Papers at prices you are obliged to pay for cheaper lines. We are always glad to show this line of papers and ask those who have not inspected our New Stamping Process to call and do so. Burnham will pass the summer at his home in YYllliamstown. Make plans to go to Intercity park to-morrow afternoon and see the Barre and Hardwick teams line up at 3 o'clock for the first game of the scries. This game nas always been interesting1 ana Saturday's contest will be no exception. The llardwick team will be accompanied by a large crowd of rooters. "The War Cry," the official paper of the Salvation Army, issues a Fourth of July number in colors, with the fea tures of the Father of his Country il luminating the front eover. The local branch of the army has a large number of these copies and everyone in Barre will be given an opportunity to buy. The Bonaeeord football club members are requested to meet at Brook street on Saturday, first, at 10 o'clock sharp to go to llardwick. The following members will represent the Bonaeeord club: J. Freeman, C Forbes, W, Ritch ie, Mitchell, (Virmack. Palmer, Birnie, Eraser, Sheriffs. Straek and Palmer, reserves. W. S. Page of Orange street left last night by automobile for Barton w where he will pas several days at the Page training stables, where are quartered several of the fast track horses that the owners intend to race during the coming season. In the Barton stables, Mr. Page's horse are in charge of Har ry Campbell, formerly of this city, who will remain with the racers until the season is over. On Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, Rev, Dnucan Salmond of the 'Presbyterian church is to preach a sermon that wl)l be of special interest to men who doubt. At this service he will deal with three important questions: "I the (lepesi story of Creation science or myth!" "Did Moses Write the Pentateuch" "I it a sign of inferior intelligence to be lieve that the whale swallowed Jonah?' j Thee questions will be discussed in the lyrh-t of modern thought. Yesterday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock, the automobile fire truck and two fire men were called to the house at 30 Sum mer street, where a brisk little bhae was eating the shingles off the roof. The regulars mounted to tba housetop with chemicals and after a little the fire was extinguished. Before their arrival, how ever, it had nearly gained a hold, for in place not only the shingles, but the root board nal ben burncu through. I The damage wa of a trivial nature. I The fire is b-lieved to have been caused by spark flying from a small fire which Paoquct Bro. had started in front of their blacksmith shop on the adjoining lot. The house is owned by A. H. Bur- rell of Pearl street and occupied bv tJeorge Holland. The owner is protected from fire loss bv insurance. In this 4 Days' White Sale you will find a large line of Ladies' Dresses at but a part of their cost and several things in Muslin Underwear and White Goods that we have not mentioned. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN Investigate $10 suit values at Knight's. One dollar and titty cent Worcester corsets iWc at Abbott'. Busy week at Vaughan's. Come in and see the new thinirs. See the new white goods, poplin pique, dress corduroy; all at 2oc per yard, at Vaughan's. Two-dollar afternoon dresses s anni versary sale price, ?t.&5. Paris Shirt waist House. Ninety -eight cents; you will want one of these $1.25 waists, on sale Saturday for f8c, at Perry's. Don't miss this great sale on silk mus lin; regular 25c a yard, Saturday at 15o a yard. At tne iNew iors uargniu House. Mr. and Mrs.' R. K. Sturgis of Wells River arrived in the city yesterday for a visit with relative in Barre and South Barre. Kdward Curtis, who has been spending week at the home of Frank E. Adam j of Kim street, returned this morning to his home m ()mngu "Monitor" holds t monthly business meeting in carpenters' hall, Nichols block. Saturday, June 21, at 7:30 p. ni. Members please be present. , For Saturday! j We have some Fancy Na- I tive Chickens and Fowls, j per lb. .25c to 27c I G. H, KENYON & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE Attention, Baker! A special meeting of the bakers' union will be held in the painter' hall. Main street, Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. An orgartirer from Sslem, Mtv and an Italian translator will be in attendance, so let every member be present. Ales. Ironside, district orinirr, ' American Federation of Labor. I per lb. 15c to 20c j n l. fi iu i on. uixi kiausaiic, id iu ui; "Green Mountain" Brand I I J Pressed Corned Beef, lb.. .15c j I Handy's Frankforts, per lb. 18cS Standish Frankforts, per lb 15c I 20-lb. kegs of Tripe. . .$1,001 uosts you dui voc ior casns TALK OF THE TOWN Sausage, per lb 15c CvnaA Rflflf V ni r a infer - per iu. nc iu toe at our store. You Want New Oxfords for the Fourth Fish Department j Our own Finnan Haddies, I j per lb 12c j Small Mackerel, each only 15cj Sea Trout, Lake Trout, Blue! Fish, Flounders, Pout, Perch, I I tiaua, toa, ana iiaiiuui. S Lobsters and Clams See Abbott' sale of 69c plissec nigh rooes. See the new shopping bais at the Vaughan Store. Huck towels, 42x20. are extra quality for 2 for 2fc, at PerrVs on Saturdav." Nice line of ladies' white petticoats from 50c up to $2.50, at the New York mrgam J louse. Auction, auction, auction, to-morrow 2 p. m Jladley estate properties. See ad., page 7. As in previous years, Hardwick m rep resented by a team well strengthened ior tne Jfarre game on Saturday. It said that "Jack" Vail, the Middleburv pitcher, and one of the best ever devel oped in Vermont, will do the twirling for llardwick. Don't fail to see this contest. t lenty of amiwement at the grounds. tne i. r. L. Dana wilt he in appear ance. Last night the final brushes were ap plied to the scene of the Wedneday wreck on the Montpelier & Well Rive"r railroad near the Ossola & Dunghi Gran ite Co. and the track was placed in condition to bear its heavy traffic as be fore. The box car. which wai badly splintered and smashed beyond repair, will for the present remain where it now lies beside the track and in the near future will be burned. TALK OF THE TOWN Some extra value at Perry' on Sat urday. Seven-inch Moir ribbon for 23c at Ab bott's. Mrs. Maria Serefino and two children left last lu'cht for New Vork. from where they sail in a fw days for a few months', visit at their former home in Italv . - Vou will do well to purchase those Hadley estate properties at auction to morrow. Have a home and an income besides. See ad., pace 7. C. W. Melcher. administrator. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. Eokstrom, the Dartmouth southpaw. has a clever style of pitching and to see him in action is worth a great deal. With Hoernlo acting as his battery mate, the Barre team will present a strong ap pearane on the fluid. Barre ia deter mined to win this game. Intercity park. 3 o'clock. Harold Burroughs of Church street, an attache of the D. M. Miles Coal Co. of fices, returned this forenoon from a week's visit to Pennsylvania. Mr. Bur roughs passed the greater part of hi time at Scranton, from which he cir cled aliout the bituminous and anthracite coal regions on an observation tour. Before returning to Barre Mr. Burrough topped off at Burlington to make an extended call on friends. Fruits and Vegetables Watermelons are rine. CANTALOUPES BANANAS ! ORANGES GRAFE FRUIT j FIXEAPPI.ES ! I Fresh Cut Asparagus : xioc nouse lomatoesi CUKES BUNCH BEETS YELLOW WAX BEANS I ! CARROTS RADISHES ONIONS NEW MARROW SQUASH NEW TURNIPS TEXAS ONIONS i ! New Potatoes, 30c a pecki I Order your Celery Plants now if you want. 75c per 100. J Arriso Paniteri. Una sduta speeiale del union oi pam natim avra loiifft ticli mU painter' i. .Main sirrei, .wun kt an or . Sra present un orpnirat"re di Sem, !.. e ii n intrprtre Italmna. II do vrre di tutti mmhri e di rprntrL Alex. Ironside, district orgn.un. Suppose you drop in here to morrow, inspect and try on some of our new Summer Oxfords. You will find them so exception ally attractive in style, so highi in aualitv and so good a bargain! I that buying will prove irresist-J ."I Pears are? ! ! crmno fnt nr 1 .w a ran I.nrcrl ... ,B .. , To make a special inducement to move our extra large stock of Men's Oxfords in $3.50 and $4.00 grades, we offer for the next ten days one pair of Half Hose free with each pair of Ox fords. PEOPLES SHOE STORE C S. Aadrcwa, Prw Barra Vmn cans. Regular 2oc value. j I Fresh Berwick Rosebud Cakes, each 10c; I Fruit Cakes, per lb 20c j I Enjoy the joy of eating i some of our good Bread, fresh I every sunrise. amine GOOD VALUES AT LADD'S New Potatoes, ripe and mealy, with no waste or shrinkage. This lot, per peck 30c Green and Yellow String Beans, 2 quarts . . 25c Cucumbers, fresh and crisp 5c, 7c and 10c New Bunch Beets, new Turnips, and Native Let tuce. Bakery Department We are very proud of our Pies, Cakes and Fancy Pastry, and when you realize what a, clean, airy bak ery we have and tne quality of materials we use, we shall save j-ou even more than in the past the drudg ery of summer cooking. Our Baked Beans and Brown Bread trade is larg er every Saturday. Order early. Ladd's Cream Bread is so good that you cannot afford to make Bread yourselves. The price? 3 loaves for 25c Fresh Fish Department Finnan Haddies, fresh from the smoke house. . 12c A shipment of Fish for Saturday trade. Half-pound cans of Steak Salmon only 10c Sardines, all the way from 5c to the fancy P. & C's. F.D.L ADD COMPANY