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I'flE-'UAHRE DAILY TIMES, . BARRE, VT., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1913.
5 4 Practical Side CORSETS Practical Side CORSETS V V -if? CofinM the Bust 7 ' ', CyAlon, Non-ru.tabiTvll 5jl5S! Sooing Throughout I " " . ' llllh III Comoros Reducing Clasp. ' , retchJ fJ j HaltKBell til . Havv-- REDUCING: A.lr tn have this corset demonstrated to you. sizes 18-36. Prices $1.25-$3.50 The Designer for 30c Year Have you sent in your subscription? A good many have; only 2c a copy, or 30c a year for this excellent magazine. Owing to the low price at which this Designer is offered, they cannot be mailed. They must.be catted for at store. This offer is only for a limited time. PERRY ft CAMP tnnn::tt;;t::r::t;:?n!Srjntn:::ttnnnt:n:ns;un::a:u::nntn:;n:nr.::;:;:::tt:t The While is King Another White Sewing Machine Club forming at Hooker's, limited to twenty-five (25) members.. Some of the No. 60 "Sit-Strate" White, that you have been waiting for, have arrived and can be had in this sale Terms, $2.00 down and $1.00 weekly TALK OF THE TOWN To Sew on a White is a Joy a Delight We claim to be in a position to intelligently advise you in regard to purchasing a sewing machine for family sew ing. Too many people buy in a haphazard manner. They see a machine, it looks good, everything outwardly is attractive, but the most attractive fea ture is the price. . Perhaps even with your good judgment you would be tempted to invest. But stop a moment and think the matter over. Are you purchasing for present needs only? Are you buying merely an ornament for the home? Per haps you are, and yet we judge not; rather when you come to view the matter properly you feel that service is the real consideration the very best serv ice to be had, and if you don't get it, your money is as good as thrown away. And when we say service, we mean the depend able, quality kind, good for to-day, to-morrow, next week, for a year, five years, yes even fifteen or twenty years. v Preposterous, you say not at all for the White. There are any number of White machines in active use to-day that were bought twenty-five years ago, and many have been in commission for even a longer period. That's convincing, is it not? The White was a fine machine in those days. It's immeasurably better in every respect now, in gen eral appearance, finish, construction, improvements and all that cause it to merit popular approval. Before buying a Machine, be sure to see and try the White. Second-Hand New Homes, Singers, Goodrichs, etc., Machines at your own prices. These Machines have been taken in exchange and are in good run ning order. B. W. Hooker & Co., Members Vermont Funeial Directors' and Embalmers' Association prn ruoss hospital ambulance service . Only Ambulance in the City Used Exclusively for Sick and Accident Cases . none B7-11 ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES jOiChTV T1TTTH A carload (650 bas il M U W VJUTT Ks) 'ancy York State PEACHES 4 Dae here Tuesday or Wednesday direct from the growers to the D1VERSI FRUIT COMPANY Special Price to Dealers Belle waists new at Knight'. New Bulgarian silks at Abbott's. " Watch for the pony in our window next week, at Fitts'. T. H. Little returned this morning to Swanton, after a few days' visit in the city. Auction sale, city auction market, at 1:30 p. m. Saturday. 0. H. Hale, auc tioneer. 1 At 89c each, you will want one or two of those umbrellas on sale Saturday at Perry's, Blossom J. Ossola commenced work re cently as clerk in E. O. Holmes' store, the jeweler. Regular Saturday night dance in How tend hall, Sept. 20, under auspices of Ritey's orchestra. Ladies free. Lucius Galagher and Henry Watkins lelt to-day lor .Boston, wnere tney win remain for several days on business. J. J. Garrell of Geary street returned yesterday from Albany, N. Y., where he has been spending the past tew weeKs. Andate dal Signore E. O. Holmes per comperare gli ginielli ed orologi, Gordon block. Jilossom J, Ossola commesso tai-iano. New five-passenger auto for hire; will go anywhere. Reasonable tates. James Hastings, 390 North Main street. Tel. 24-2. Mrs. Carrie Burke-Gonyo will hold her nullinerv opening to-day. All are cor dially invited to inspect the latest styles. Jolin Foy of Summer street left this morning for Tinwick, P. Q., where he will spend a few weeks .at the home of his parents. A song service will lie held at the Cobble Hill grange hall next luesday evening at 7:30, Dr. J. W. Barnett be ing the leader. Dr. C. H. Magoon of East Barre was a visitor in the city to-day on his way to North Woodstock for a few days' visit with relatives. Mrs. Charles Wilson of White River Junction is making a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Antomc Burke on Summer street. Notice! I. O. O. L.. M. U., will hold their annual fair in Howlajid hall, Oct. 1, 2, 3, and 4. Riley's orchestra. The fair of the season. Come. Don't let vour neighbor tell you about our Saturday sale. Get here first., then tell her. bargains that are specials in every way. C. N. Kenyon & Co. Remember the rummage sale on Tues day, Sept. 23, in the Reed building. Ar ticles of furniture, pictures, baby carts and clothing will be found for sale. Come early. Fifty umbrellas for 89e each, a fast color covering, strong frame; an extra good looking handle; are the best val ues in umbrellas we ever sold. At Per ry's on Saturday. You are cordially invited to hear the address on "Labor" at the Congrega tional church on .Sunday at 7 p. in. The topic is "The Man Without a Hoe, or The Problem of the Unemployed." The Baraea class of the Hedding church was entertained at the home of the pastor, Rev. E. F. Newell, last evening. After an 'hour apent in plan ning future work, a jolly time was spent in a; social way. The friends of Miss Rice will be very glad of an opportunity to hear her Sun day night at the Baptist church, as he epeaks on her mission work in Porto Rico. The lecture will lie illustrated by over 10O stereoptii'on slide. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stafford, who were united in marriage in the city re cently, returned yesterday afternoon from their wedding trip. For the past few days they have been visiting at East liardwick with relatives of the former. All boys and girls in the primary, junior and intermediate- department of the Hedding M. E. Sunday school pres ent at 11:45 a. m. to-morrow will re ceive a "Bring One" button, which will be exchanged Rally Sunday for a but ton saying "Brought One." Arno and Dana Drew, who have been spending the past week at the home of their uncle, F. C. Little, in Williams town, were visitors in the city to-day on their way returning to Bofton. Itoth young men will resume their studies at Harvard college next week. Harvest supper at Congregational church1" Monday, Sept. 22. Besides the vegetable hash, salad, etc., there will be a large variety of pies and cakes, so vou w ill be sure to find just your special kind. Make it a point to be present at the first supper of the season; price 25 cents. Ovila Boyea of Highland avenue re turned to-day from a two weeks' visit in New . York state. Last week Mr. Boyea attended the Clinton county fair at Plattsburg. This week he has been in attendance at the Franklin county fair at Malone, N. Y. While at Malone, he was the guest of his mother. Next week Mr. Boyea will leave for a business visit to New York. Arthur LaRochelle, who has been em ployed during the summer as a reg istered druggist at Woodstock, returned to the city to-day. Mr. LaRochelle will spend a few days at the home of his parents on Railroad street before re turning to Philadelphia to resume his studies at the Jefferson Medical college. He will be a junior at the college. To-morrow will be "Fathers' day" at the Hedding M. E. church and the pastor will speak on "A Father that Failed" at the morning service and in the evening, at a Brotherhood service, he will speak on "Some Danger On, Below and Above the Earth Safety in Whom, in What and How?" Next Wednesday evening an oyster supper will he served, and postprandial exercises will be held. Orville Youngson of Franklin street met with a painful accident at the Cen tral Vermont railroad yards that will detain him from his duties for several weeks. Mr. Youngson was engaged in assisting Frank Turner unload ,a con signment of massive polishing wheels. One of the heavy wheels, weighing many hundreds of pounds, slipped and fell to the floor, and Mr. Youngson had the misfortune to have his right thumb caught. The ieavy weight jammed the thumb badly. A party of about thirty young men and women from the Presbyterian Bible class held a very enjoyable and enter taining affair last evening at Benjamin Falls. The picnic turned out to be a corn roast and all sat down around a huge fire prepared by the young men, who had proceeded the others. Corn was roasted and marshniallows were toasted over the embers, after which sandwiches and coffee were served. Nome preferred to remain around the fire while others groped around in the dark and indulged in games. The party returned to the city at a late hour after having spent a very enjoyable evening. The members of the class wish to express their thanks for the interest and untiring efforts of the committee who made all possible. Carl of Thanks. I wish to extend thanks to my friends and neighbors for so kindly remember ing me with a postcard shower on my 8-'d birthday. C L. Bate. X A. P. ABBOTT & CO. ) A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. u A P. ABBOTT & CO. Let Us Show Yon Something New! Every season finds us with some improved style. Let us ask you to see some of the best ideas in Dress Goods that we have ever run across. Comfort Underwear for baby is non irritating and sells from 25c to 50d the cheaper is part wool, the better is nearly all wool. Ask to see the following. 'Baies'G)mdrt UNDERWEAR Dr. Denton's Sleeping Garments If you want to keep small children from catching cold, clothe them in Dr. Denton's Sleeping Garments. They cannot kick out; they are comfortable even though they are the kind that twist about in their sleep. Dr. Denton's Sleeping Garments cost no more than Ian ordinary night robe, 50c for the three smallest mi.es, (then a small raise in price for the next larger sizes. Dr. Denton's Sleeping Garments come with a deep teat like, cut, at from 65c up, according to aize. Our Underwear department is full and running over with such goods as Bennington and Munsing Underwear. Kinds that for value are never questioned. Now is your beat time to prepare for winter, when you can get juht what you ask for. Nothing saved by waiting, and a possible loss to you by not getting what you want. r I Ladies' and Misses' Furs Every indication points to a large Fur season. Manufacturers have been busier this season than for , many past. The class of Furs shown are different, and there are many new Furs that are coming in very strong. We have just' received one of the largest and fullest lines of small Furs that we have ever shown. While the Opossum Fur has be come very scarce and more expen sive, we will be able to show you aome values in these Furs that will equal any we have ever shown. You should see our special Muff at $3 93. We are putting out a special Muff value at $2 OO that ia a very good value at the price. We will be able to show you our usual high class values in the Black, Sable and nat ural Fox Muffs at prices that will equal any we have ever shown. Ladies' Tailored Waists We have just received this week a largo shipment of popular Society Waists. This is a high class Waist, made to ecll at a popular price. They are a make of Waists that are made by high class Waist design ers, and are sold at a price (that many want to pay for a good Waist. These Waists we are selling at only $1.25 each, and we would like to have you compare them with Waists you have seen at one-third' more. At 91.25 is a Waist that is made from a fine quality India lawn, one style is made platin tailored with medium tuckg and embroidered col lar. At $125 is a good weight fine Lawn Waist that is ma-de in a very neat tailored style, with fine embroid ered design on front yoke; has the new sleeve. : : i t Unles3 you are early for your Garments and Dresses, there are styles that you will never see. Some of the very best' Garment ideas come in our earliest models. Lots of ladies are on to these facts. It's you next. The Daylight 3 Store TALK OF THE TOWN New 1ace collars at Abbott's. Wayne Knit hose at Fitts. Look tip our Saturday special. C. N. Kenvfn A Co. Mrs. R. E. Eldridge arrived in the city this morning from Boston for a visit. . A good time to buy onting flannel in both light and dark, at 6c per yard, at Perry's on Saturday. Wallace Tibbetta returned this morn ing to Sherbrooke, after a few days visit in the city with relative. Harry Wineburg, a representative of h Vme-Posite Powder company, ar rived in the city yesterday for a few davs' visit. , Mrs. William Eroslie of Maple ave nue returned yesterday from Burling ton, where she has been visiting for the past few days. John McLeod of Averill street and John Mi'Uan of South Itarre left yes terday afternoon for Migiigate .prmgs, where they will pass a few day duck hunting. Work on the Trow A. Holden dam on the Stevens branch is rapidly nearing completion. With favorable weather conditions the Long company anticipate that the dam will be completed in Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Burnell of Essex Junction were visitors in the city yes terday. Burnell was formerly ticket agent at the Montpelier and Wells River station.. At present he holds a similar position at Essex Junction. The Vermont football league has an other scheduled game besides the Bon accord and Rangers game in this city. The Hardwick club will journey to the grounds of the Barre Hill team and pit their strength against the team that lays claim to second position in the race. The Hardwick team will be accompanied by a large delegation of rooters, as this is their last invasion of this vicinity. Hardwick and Barre Hill are making a great fight for second honors. Neil Hooker, a member of the middler class at Spaulding high school, has been selected by the Spauldi:.g athletic coun cil to manage the 1913 football eleven. His assistant has not yet been appoint ed. Manager Hooker is busily engaged arranging for the fall schedule. He has secured an opening date for the team a week from to-day witn Montpelier sem inary. It is the intention of Manager Hooker to draw up a schedule of about eight games. These games will prob ably be with teams fro'u Goddard sem inary, Montpelier seminary, Montpelier high school and Kandoipn Aggies. TALK OF THE TOWN ( New ideas in fall garments at Ab botfs. Five hundred yards outing flannel, 6c per yard, at Perry a on Saturday. jBuy Your Winter j Stock of IFLOUR At the low prices which we are offering it at now ! Every barrel guaranteed to I please or your money back. ! One barrel of Old Wheat ! PENNANT Bread Flour and !one barrel of SILVER LEAF for $11.50. I I SPECIAL To more thoroughly intro- ! duce the merits of our Wheat I heart, Butter Bread and large j Double Loaf, with ever the ! same quality, we have ar ; ranged to have a free demon Istration at our store and to every customer purchasing Bread we will give a loaf of VVheatheart FREE on Satur Iday. m I ! Loaf, 10c each. Just arrived, another lot of Alberta Free Stone Peaches in boxes for canning. WHICH Will you have a "Niniche," a "Watteau," or a London "Bobby"? The first turns smartly up in the back. The last has the velvet strap under the chin. The "Watteau" is more of a picture hat. MRS. W. F. SHEPARD Underground Waters for Farm Use. "Underground Waters for Farm Use," a popular report of the United States geological survey, has again been re printed to meet the wide demand from all farming and suburban sections of the country. A copy can now be ob tained free, on application to the direct or, United States geological survey, Washington, D. C. This water supply paper (No. 2551 explains in simple language the habits of flow of underground waters through different kinds of rocks and soils, and calls attention to the dangerous charac ter of many wells whose waters are sup posed to be pure and wholesome. Water from limestone rock, especially, it if stated, is apt to contain germs of ty phoid or other disease, due to the fact that surface waters may find their way directly into underground channels which "have been cut out through the dissolution of the lime. Methods of protection from subsurface drainage in farming distircts are dis enssod in the report, well-drilling meth ods and cost, Jypes of curbs and well casings with which wells should be fit ted, etc. The report embraces only about 50 pages, but is well illustrated with photographs and diagrams. ! SEVEN DAY SALE I ii ! ii I Beginning Thursday, September 18 To make room for new goods, which are constantly arriving, great bargains are offered in Stamped Pillow Tops, Centerpieces, Waists, Bags, Tin Cushions, Baby Articles, etc. Embroidered and Finished Pillows and many novelties. Package goods below cost. . Monogram Sets of three sizes at 57c. MISS W. E. ROWELL, 161 North Main Street Barre, Vermont Saturday Special This Week is Certainly a Bargain, Ladies Displayed in our window are Jardinieres ranging in prices from $1.00 to $3.50. Saturday only, we shall offer them at one-half the cost price to us 49c each Never before were such bargains offered. To make room for our new fall stock compels us to make this sacrifice. For other special bargains we call your.special at tention to our Hardware Sale now on. Remem ber any article on display at only 7c each four for 25c C. N. Kenyon & Company's Cash Bargain Store Today at Ladd's Red Ripe Tomatoes, per pound , : 7c 12 pounds of Sweet Potatoes 25c Plenty of Native Fowls, per pound 23c Broilers and Roasting Chickens, per pound .... 28c We handle only government inspected Beef, fan cy Native Veals, Lambs, and Corn-Fed Pig Pork. Bakery Department Always something new and tasty. Mutton Pies to-day, each . 5c Cream De Menthe Cake, each 20c French Rolls, per dozen 10c Cottage Style Rolls, per dozen 7c Remember, Baked Beans and Brown Bread to day. Fish Department A full assortment for your selection. Oysters are coming fine, per pint .: 25c Order your Finnan Haddies early. ' Monday Special Dried Fruit will be high this season, but here is a chance to save money. A full-weight package of Cleaned and Wash Currants, for sale Monday only at 3 packages for 25c 1 I F.D. LAPP COMPANY