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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1913.
WASH DRESSES ATTHESE PRICES $6.00 Ramie Linen Dresses, reduced to $3.50 $3.75 Wash Dresses, fine chambray, reduced to .'. .$2.50 53.00 Wash Dresses, fine chambray, reduced to $1.75 $2.50 Wash Dresses, fine chambray, reduced to $1.50 $1.98 Wash Dresses, fine chambray, reduced to. ....... ... .$1.25 HERE'S A BARGAIN FOR WEDNESDAY Gauze Vests 9c each One lot 15c Gauze Vests, sleeveless, or with sleeves; these Vests are nicely trimmed with lace, a regular 15c value, to close this lot, on Wednesday, each, for 9c PERRY . 75 North Main Street CAMP Barre,. Vermont TT, Uimn R IP! oom Of all the rooms of the house the dining room should receive the most care in the selection of its furnishings. Is it not the one room in which we sit down three times a day? Should it not be bright and cheerful? The Buffet, the Table, the Chairs and the China Cabinet should match perfectly, as Jfraalso the Wall- Paper har monize with the Rug. lhis can be accomplished at our store today with out any great outlay of time or money. We are showing in our windows several new arrivals in Buffets, Chairs, Tables, etc. We will be glad to make any sugges tions to you as to style of wood, fin ish, etc. Nationally Advertised Lines Carried By Us Hosier Kitchen Cabinets. Globe-Wernicke Sectional Bookcases. Macey Office Filing Cabinets. . White Sewing Machines. Ostermoor Felt Mattresses. Grafonola and Victrolla Talking Machines. Coloric Fireless Cook Stoves, etc., etc. B. W. Hooker & Co. Members Vermont Funeral Directors' and Embalmers' Association RED CROSS HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Only Ambulance in the City Used Exclusively for Sick and Accident Cases 'Phone 87-11 TALK OF THE TOWN Bed coverings at Knight's. Black Cat silk hosiery at Abbott's. Annual sale of aprons, all kinds. See them at Vaughan's. We ' clean, press and repair clothes Lamorey Clothing Co. By express to-dayi new fall serge dresses. Paris shirtwaist House. The McWnorter Co. are showing a complete line of Mackinaw coats from $7.50 to $12.00. Walter North returned this morning to his home in Burlington, after spending several days with relatives in the city. Mrs. Maria Watt and little son, John, left this noon for Groton pond, where they will make a several days stay in camp We are now paying 29 cents for fresh eggs in exchange for goods. Five per rent, discount allowed on your purchases Eastman Bros. You will soon want a little fire in the evening. Be prepared by having some fuel on hand. The D. M. Miles Coal Co., 122 North Main street, The Barre Citizens' band will give one of its series of concerts in the park Fri day evening. The regular concert this evening has been deferred. Howard E. Blossom, who has been vis iting relatives on the west hill for the past ten days, left this morning for his home near Pike (nation, A. li A regular meeting of St. John's court, No. 522, will be held on Thursday even ing at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is requested. Refreshments after the meeting- Miss Bella Duncan of Warren street, who is taking a three weeks' vacation from her clerical duties in the Frank McWhorter store, is passing a week with friends in Brookfleld. C. A. Metcalf of Cleveland, Ohio, first sales agent for the granite firm of Town send, Townsend & Co., is spending sev eral days in the city as the guest of Al. H. Gerhardt of Wellington street. Among the business visitors in the city Jesterday were the following: William oyce, William Stevens and Frank Knowles of Northfleld, J. W. Untiedt of Brookfleld and Ai Reed of Berlin. Mrs. Homer Hayden of the Montpelier road and Miss Mary McCarthy of Sum mer street returned yesterday from East Montpelier, where they have been the guests of Mrs. C. C Robins for the past week. Examinations of applicants for teach ers',, certificates and for free tuition in secondary schools will be held in Spauld ing high school Barre, Vermont, Aug. 14 and 15 beginning at 8:30 each day. G. J. Seager, Supt. Harry S. Blow, drug clerk and soda dispenser in the pharmacy of Wood 4 Beebe, in Burlington, has returned home, after passing a few days at the home of his aunt, Mrs. H L. Douglass, where his mother, Mrs. Moses Blow, and her three daughters are now spending two months. Deputy Sheriff A. M. Morrison left this morning on an automobile trip to Claremont, X. II. He was accompanied by Mrs. Morrison and little daughter, Elisabeth, and the family will visit rela tives in Saxtons River, Brattleboro, Bel lows Falls, Brooklioe'and Westmoreland, N. II., before returning home. A half-doien local privates of Com- rfif.iffniff.fffifffi A. P. ABBOTT & CO. j A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. Cooler Evenin August may be warm. through the day but always sure to have cool evenings. The garment most worn for comfort with some degree of style is a Hoagknit Sweater. These Sweaters are now being shown in our window. We question very much if you find another make at our price quite as good as the Hoagknit Sweater. Hoagknit Sweaters Outing parties, camping and ten nis parties need a good serviceable, up-to-date Sweater. This garment is so popular and so serviceable that ladies can see economy in buying a good grade Sweater. - Hoagknit Sweaters puts it all over any other make that we have ever seen. They are better made, better fitting and better priced. Hoagknit Sweaters for children at 08c; Hoagknit Sweaters for misses' $175 and $2 98; Hoagknit Sweat ers for boys the same as misses; Hoagknit Sweaters for ladies $298 $3-08 and $5 98. These all have the new roll collar. Our $5.98 is a shaker in men's weight. All col ors, including Brown. We have sold Hoagknit Sweaters for years; we have confidence in them. W guarantee them to be right. We will parcel post them free to any part of New England. Garment Department If you haven't a real garment want it will pay you to take a look over this department. You may find values here that will save you halt of your money; a chance to buy a pretty fall Suit or a fall Coat at but half of what you would be willing to pay later. You could use a light waight Waist at a bargain or a neat DreBs at $1.00 that is worth nearer two. Children's Dresses in this depart ment at dale prices. A good time to pick up school Dresses . for next month. All of these kinds you can find out about by mail. You can order by mail and we will pay the parcel post. You can order a selection, w pay one way ; you pay the return, a small expense to see the goods at home. We do alteration on all garments that are marked down at actual cost of work. We will be glad to show you, you to be the judge of these mark down values. Half Price The following are at half price. Kinds that came to us this season; good styled goods that we must close out before fall goods begin to pile up. All of our Children's and Misses' Straw Hats. All of our Ladies' Summer Suits, a part of these are marked even less than half price. Great values and a good purchase. Dots of kinds in our ,garment de partment at half price. Small lot of Children's and a few Ladies' Sweaters at half price. A large table of Remnants of new goods at half price and less to close quickly. Narrow Laces, Hamburgs, Babies' Caps and Children's Hats on this remnant table. Corsets In our Corset department are four of the leading makes of Corsets. Kinds that we believe to be the very best, such as R. fc G., Nemo, Ferris and Royal Worcester. i Ferris Waists are a, soft Corset made in all sizes for ladies of all shapes. ' Ferris Waists for children are a class of Waists by themselves. They come at 25c and 50c for children from 6 months up to 12 years. P'erris Waists for misses, 12 to IS years at 50c and 75c each. Ferris Waists for ladies inasorted styles at $1.00 each. New lot of K. G. and Royal Worcester Corsets justaarrived. When you pay $1-0)9 for a Corset be sure that you buy 'Royal Worces ter quality, a Corset that will wash and not rust, a perfect summer Cor set; one that you can i sweat wet and not hurt. FREE PARCEL POST We have several times advertised that we parcel post free. Still, lots of customers dont get our idea ; they ask if we pay the postage on our goods. We certainly do pay all Parcel Post. We deliver free all goods by parcel post The Daylight ore TALK OF THE TOWN WALLPAPER To make room for the 4,000 rolls of new and up-to-date Wall Paper, which is due to arrive Aug. 25, we are making the flat price of 10 cents per double roll of all paper in stock, this week only. M. J. WHITCOMB, Tel. 229-1 East Barre, Vermont ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES Vacuum Cleaners Our sales on Vacuum Carpet Sweepers are in creasing every day. Well pleased and satisfied cus tomers are .indorsing their recommendations for the wonderful work they do. They are cer tainly wonderful. If you have not already used one or heard about them telephone us today and we will let you try one Free of Charge. We have interesting prices to offer on a few Sweep ers in stock. C. N. KENYON & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE pany H of Montpelier returned to-day from Burlington, where they have been passing the week in camp with the First Vermont regiment at Camp Governor Hetcher. The Barre infantrymen report an excellent time, laptain iNeweil u. Barber, one of the officers of the line, also returned home to-day. James Leonard of Brandon, who was employed for several months as a clerk by the Granite Savings Bank & Trust Co., was a visitor in the city last even ing while on his wav to Chelsea, where he was once connected with the Orange County National bank. Mr. Leonard is now assistant cashier of the Brandon National bank. He will visit in Barre for a few days on his way home. Chief C. B. Gladding of the Are depart ment went this morning to Burlington, where he was invited to attend a meet ing of the executive board of the Ver mont State Firemen's association. Plans will be completed for the state tourna ment to be held at White River Junction in September. Committeemen from Bur lington, St. Albans, Montpelier, Ran dolph, Bennington and other towns were to be present. C. H. Woodis of South Main street, who recently severed his connection with the Consolidated Lighting Co.'s local of fice, left this morning for Haverhill, Mass., where he will be employed by the C. H. Tenney corporation. Mr. Woodis resigned his place among the call men of the Barre fire department and on the ac ceptance of his resignation Lester Wright was selected to fill the vacancy. Mr. Wright was formerly listed as a fireman, but he resigned when he left town some months ago. The east side of North Main street as far north at the Central street intersec tion is now open to team traffic. The finishing touches to the completed stretch of paving between Seminary and Central streets were added yesterday, and before night the bars were let down for teams. Work on the paving project goes on apace, and within a short time the entire east side of the thoroughfare will be available for traffic purposes. The big steam mixing machine is now stationed at Brook street. The Granite City hose company's run ning' team held its first practice of the season at the driving park off Ayers street last evening. Twenty members of the company responded to the captain's call and an hbur'a hard work was put in over the course. Captain Gilbert Phil lips expects to whip his charges into shape within a few days, and by next week it is likely that all will be doing the distance with ease. Monday night the cart will be taken to the park and the men will go the prescribed distance with the hose apparatus at their neels. Practice will be continued at frequent intervals until the state tournament, to be held in White River Junction Sep tember 17. Workmen from the Eric Pirie Tool Sharpening Machine company commenc ed work yesterday t install another of the sharpening machines that are now interspersed throughout tne granite manufacturing sheds of the city. The most recent machine is to be put in at the LaClair, MeNulty circle. This ma chine will furnish tools for all that cir cle on the south side of Blackwell street. which includes many firms. The Pirie concern, who have been engaged for the past few weeks on the Canton machine shops, have completed their work. Excursion To Missisquoi Park Sunday, August 17.. Train leaves Barre 9:05 a. m., Mont pelier 5): 45 a. m. Fare for the round trip $1.25 from both stations. See for particulars. Hoagknit sweaters at Abbott's. For apples see our adv. on page 4. L. B. Dodge. Big sale Thursday, Friday and Sat urday on all goods in stock. Paris Shirt waist House. W. IL Varnum of Jeffersonville ar rived in the city yesterday to make a few days' business visit. Barnard Osborne returned Jast night to bis home at Waltham, Mass., after visiting in the city for several days. Go to John II. Johnson, 37 South Main street, for your roofing, eave troughing, sheet iron and tin woric, repairing, etc. Tel. 212-W. Miss Margaret Barclay of Park street has returned home from Fairlee, where she has been passing a week in camp at Lake Morey. Judge K. B. Huntley, who has been spending a few days with friends in the city, returned last night to his home in Duxbury. Mrs. John A. Gayhne of North Main street left this morning for Boston, where she will remain for several days with relatives. Miss Clara Milano of Dorchester, Mass., arrived in the city yesterday to make an extended visit with relatives on Granite street. State's Attorney Frank S. Williams of Bradford, a former resident of Barre, was among the business visitors in the city yesterday. Miss Mary Patterson of Highland avenue left yesterday for Groton pond. where she will remain until tne latter part of the week. Robert Moore of GraniteviUe was a visitor in the city to-day while on his way to his former home in Leeds, P. Q., for an extended visit with relatives. Riley's sintring orchestra left this noon for Littleton, N. H., where they are engaged to iurmsn music to-nigni for a social function. To-morrow night the orchestra will go to Brookfleld to play for a big dance. Albert Milne, who recently returned from Chicago and Des Moines, Iowa, has gone to Northfleld, where he has secured employment in the granite business. Mr. Milne will continue to play Dasa witn the Montpelier band. . James Gall, sr., and daughter, Miss Belle Gall, who have been spending the past two months on a tour of the Brit ish Isles and some portions of Europe, arrived in the city yesterday for a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Adie. They will return to their home at London, Ont., in a few days. Fred Slayton, the horseman, has gone to Augusta, Me., where he has the hlayton stables entered in the August meet of the Pine Tree Racing circuit. Mr. Slayton will start both Onward Wilkes and Bettie Bean at Augusta. The former goes with the 2:20 class and the Magnaghi horse with the 2:24 class. Mr. Slayton has not landed the Dean horse a winer since Montreal, but be lieves that the horse will come under the wire at Augusta a money winner. TALK OF THE TOWN Parcel post free at Abbott's. August clean-up sale at Vaughan's. Parasols one-half price at Knight's. A. P. Abbott & Co. pay the parcel post. We make clothes to order. Lamorey Clothing Co Sale ladies' waists and dresses at the Vaughan Store. Store closed until return from New York. Mrs. Nelson-Church. Special inducements on vacuum carpet sweepers. C. N. Kenyon & Co. Kronen pudding, sherbet, caramel and vanilla ice cream at Kendrick'a. De livered free. Week end sale on white waists sir.e 38, 40, 42, 44. Value up to 2.00, clean up price 89 cents. Paris Shirtwaist House. To make room for fall goods Thurs day, Friday and Saturday high grade house dresses for 79, 89, and 98 cents. Paris Shirtwaist House. Kendrick's quality ice cream, packed in bricks, any combination of flavors you may order. Vanilla with fresh peaches is most delicious. Miss Margaret Maberini of Fosa street, who lias been spending a two weeks' vacation with relatives in Mil ford and other Massachusetts cities, re sumed her 'duties in the Vaughan store yesterday. Are you interested to know what the Camp Fire really is f Are you prejudiced against jt? Have you a daughter who wants to join? If so, come to the chil dren's lawn party Thursday evening and satisfy yourself that its principles are helpful in every way to the members. New Tennis Hats are expected Tuesday morning. Although primarily sport hats, yet so good is the material that they are suitable for traveling and morning wear. Special Sale Every Monday. MRS. W. F. SHEPARD Hot Weallier Specials WATER IS LOWT IN RESERVOIRS (Continued from first page.) Cliquot Club Ginger Ale, per case $2.50 ! with 50c rebate for bottles. I Montpelier Band Concert. Program of concert to be given by the Montpelier Military band Thursday evening, Aug. 14, at 8 o'clock: - March "1st Reg. M. V. M." Binns Overture "William Tell" Rossini "The Little Chatterbox" Eilenberg "Some Bov" Williams Waltz "My Charmer" Waldteufel Oriental Intermezzo "Nuvida"' Claypoole Selection from "The Bohemian Girl" Balfe Finale "Charge of the Battalion"... Hall GRANITEVILLE. Dance in Miles hall Thursday, Aug. 14, under the auspices of L. A., A. O. H. Dancing from 8 till 12. Harris' orches tra. Admission, 50 cents .per couple. Retail Clerks, Attention. A regular meeting of the R. C. I. P. A. will be held in the K. of P. hall Wednes- flyers day evening, Aug. 13. Kino Maggiani, secretary. jMoxie, per bottle 23c j 6c rebate for bottle. j Lemon Juice, per bottle . ,25c j I Guaranteed pure juice of I !the lemon. I Lime Juice, 10c, 25c and 35c; ! We carry three grades. The j 1 35c one is guaranteed Dure I j juice of the lime squeezed out. jc. & M. Fruit Syrups, per I 0"Jrt 0 ... ....V a j Ambrosia Punch, Raspber- j jry Shrub, and Orangeade. ! Armour's Grape Juice ! I "Top Notch" Brand, at I 25c and 45c walk on Cottage street. She was push ing a baby cart at the time. The clerk spoke of a bad place on Church street along the city park. The two complaints were referred to the street committee. A letter to the clerk from the Cen tral Vermont railroad, through its coun sel. C. W. Witters, asked the city to hold certain tax collections against the road until a decision had been reached in a simitar case soon to be argued be tween the road and the city of Mont pelier. Taxes in question concerned the building on Depot square, utilized in part as a freight depot and known as the Alexander warehouse. At the October term of supreme court, the communica tion stated, a similar question would be decided between Montpelier and the C. V. The letter further submitted that the Alexander warehouse was purchased for railroad purposes. The treasurer was instructed to withhold collection of the tax in question until a decision in the test case now pending is rendered, pro viding a decision is reached during the present year. Alderman Brown, reporting on the con dition of the dry bridge over the Wil- Iiamstown branch at Lincoln avenue, as serted that the structure was unsafe for public travel and urged that steps be taken to have it repaired. The matter was referred to the street committee with instructions to confer with the Central Vermont road. The report of Superintendent H. E. Reynolds of the water department for July was read and approved for filing. A resolution relat ing to departmental appropriations and calling for $700 to be expended on street sprinkling was read for the second time and adopted with en amendment provid ing for an additional $500 to pay for the city's recently acquired sandbank on Quarry street. "The motion to adopt anJ the amendment, were made by Alder man Bancroft. A deed from John Trow, Donald Smith! and Mildred I. Phelps conveying the sandbank property to the city for $500 was read and ordered signed and filed. Warrants read for the week and ordered paid were as follows: Street departmenjj payroll, $473.70, permanent ' streets; street, surface sewers, sidewalks, street sprinkling and health accounts j water department payroll, $71.84; fire depart ment payroll, $79.55; police department payroll, $89.08; G. A. Bemia, $14. jani torial duties; Phelps, Trow 4 Smith, sandbank, $500, public buildings account; Barre Citizens' band, $087.50, band con certs. . GOOD PLUMBERS aid .GGDDaTGDLS The N.D, Phelps Company 136 North Main Street, 'Phone, 29 ? For Breakfast Try ! SCOTT'S PORRIDGE OATS ! I Scotland's best, guaranteed to j contain only the kernel of se- I lected Scotch Oats, free from J husk. Cooks in five minutes, j I MBm. m CrZ. i. GOOD VALUES Small can Fancy Solid Packed Tomatoes 10c Large can White Daisy Pears 15c Royalton Brand Plums, per can 10c Clover Orchard Brand Red Raspberries 15c Dauntless Brand Sliced or Grated Pineapple ... 17c 25c jar Blue Label Pure Fruit Jams Black Cur rant, Damson, Orange, Marmalade, Red Currant, Strawberry or Raspberry 17c Coffee Prices A Blended Coffee in the bean, fresh roasted and ground as ordered, per pound 20c Morning Glory Brand, in 1-pound bags 25c Ladd's Special Coffee, per pound ..30c Reception Brand Coffee, our big seller, pound. . 35c La Touraine Coffee, a flavor that pleases 38c Gilt Edge Coffee, in 1-pound tins, for 40c F. D.LADD COMPANY