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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1913.
5 You Probably Want a Sweater We Can Save You Money Some extra good values at these prices $2.98, $3.50, $3.98, $4.50, $4.98, $5.50 and $6.00. CardinalGreen, Gray, Navy Blue. Children's Sweaters $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98 and $2.50. Blankets You will have no 'trouble to make a selec tion. ' ,- Wool Finish Blankets $1.98, $2.50, $2.75, $3.50, $3.98, $4.50 per pair. Cotton Blankets Good size at 69c, 79c, 89c, 98c, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98. Wool Blankets $4.50, $5.50 and $6.50. ' PERRY 75 North Main Street a CAMP Barre, Vermont fcgft "CosyComfort'Window All JV ft'8 chock-full of brand new ideas l'M ryj I , for a warm bed on a chilly night. i I I )' There's a tempting display of V 7 Maish Laminated PC Cotton Down L 011110 FtS that are unquestionably the greatest values vou ever root in the Comfort line. They're actually twice as warm and twice as thick as any cotton comfort of equal weight. "That's because they're filled with sanitary, pure-white, - foiely-curled cotton, woern into a single layer of the comfort's depth, instead of being filled with lifeless cotton as most ordinary comforts are. MAISH COMFORTS last longer and wear best ; will stand yean of ervice, and harbor no odor or germs. In Maisilk, Maisaline, and MaUateen in many hand some patterns and shades in the standard sizes. B. W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS . FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMEPS HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE PROMPT ATTENTION NECKWEAR Bows, Jabots and Collars, of Cluny, Irish Crochet, and Princess Louise Lace. Hand and machine made, ranging in price from 19c to S5.00 each. MISS W. E. ROWELL 161 North Main Street BERLIN Custom grinding at the Kempton Mills, Barre. Prompt service. WILLIAMSTOWN Custom grinding at the Kempton Mills, Burre. Prompt service. TALK OF THE TOWN Ideal house dresses new at Knight's. Old fashion Bennington underwear at AliWiV - . Don't miss the big values in coats at Vaughan's. v See special for Wednesday sale. C. A Kenvon & Co. Special meeting of Canton Vinton tO nitrht nt. 7 oVlock. Ivarvtiiimr in Hia line of eloves and mitteria frnm the. MeWhorter Co. Winter quarterly of the Pictorial Re view now on Bale at the Barre Book Store . Be sure to see the Japanese goods at the fair Nov. 11 and 12. Congregational church. Lumber, both soft and hard wood. rough and finished. At tie C L. Bug bee mill. Don't forget the chicken-pie supper at the Universalist church- vestry, iteaa the menu. . Over the Teacuns club will meet witn Mrs. John McDonald. Hill street, Thurs day afternoon at 2:30. Goinir huntinsrt Better keep your leet dry and warm in a pair of leather top hunting boots, limen rnoe o. , Mrs. James Mortimer of West street was called to Brooklyn, N. Y., hist night by the death of her brother-in-law, John Kerrigan. John Murrav, a tormer resincm, ui Barre, but latterly of New lortc uty, is visiting relatives at the home of John A. Roliertson and Gilbert Phillips. A. R. Campbell, sewing machine ex pert, who repairs all makes of sewing machines, over 30 years in the business, is in town. Orders left at the store of Homer Fitts Co., Barre. City Treasurer James Mackay has paid over to State Treasurer K. H. Deav itt Barre's apportionment of the direct state tux, which amounted to 3,104.04. Arthur H. Coding of Burke has filed a petition in bankruptcy with Clerk F.N. Piatt of the United States court. His liabilities are $i!..rOH and he has assets of $.r,lD. with $1,025 claimed exempt. Notice! The legislative committee ap pointed bv the different unions will meet in polishers' hall on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock sharp. It is important that every mem tier be present at this meet ing. Business, workmen's compensation. Per order James Cruickshank, chairman; D. J. Sullivan, sec. pro. tern. The Womun's association of the Con gregational church will meet in the ves try Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. The mis sionary department will have charge of the program. The executive committee and all committees for the fair will meet at 2 o'clock. All ladies of the parish are asked to make an apron for the fair and tllose who have aprons completed are, asked to bring them to this meet ing. Regular meeting of Bright Star Re bekah lodge, No. 18. will be held on Wednesday evening, Nov. 5. Supper will be served at :.'!().' Lodge opens at 7:30. The degree will be exemplified. Sister Ancie Lndress, grand warden of the Re- bekah assembly, will be with us. All officers are requested to be present. A good attendance is desired. Per order noble grand. The high cost of living is enhanced by conveniences, say yout Y-yes, that is true, mostly, but when one is offered vou that preserves your vitality, elim inates your bad temper and increases your chance of inheriting the kingdom ft nil cost you nothing, for goodness' sake embrace it, neighbor. Quick fire char coal kindling will do it. Only Ue per sack, two for 2"c. Northern Charcoal Co., Averill Mills buildings. Phone 53-M. Order book at Aiken's jewelry store, 315 North Main street. The intricacies of "The Master Mind" were followed bv a small audience at the Barre opera house last night. How ever, the audience was well pleased with the presentation of the underworld drama in which the "king" of that region devoted every effort for 20 years to so pure revenge on a man who as prosecut ing attorney had sent "The Master Mind's" brother to execution, only to yield to the entreaties of a young wom an, one of the tools in the revenge scheme, and relent in the final act. Wil lis Granger was "The Master Mind" and a good one, while Bettie Keith came up to the part of the young woman tool. ! I A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. . A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. t t 1 EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF nn PARA i Ji. XL JLL JJL w JL The Separate Skirt is again in great demand. The sale on Skirts this season has been double that of any season for. the last three years. We carry a large line of these garments and at the present time find a lot of odd Skirts on our racks, that are made from the season's best materials. These are Skirts where there are only one or two of a style left. Some of them are a little full, as the style goes to-day, but many ladies would rather have them than the very narrow skirt. We have put these on one rack and are putting prices on them to close the lot at once. If you want a good Skirt in black or colors for general use, you should look over these values, while the assortment is good. New Lots We find it very hard, to keep stocked up on kinds that customers want most. These kinds were brok en up until to-day. Just arrived by express. A Suit Opportunity We are of fering a lot of odd suits in blue, brown and garnet, a t about one fourth off )from the regular price. These are the sea son's best suit values, that we bought un der price and a few we have had in our stock and cannot du plicate. See these val- Coprrlltil 1913 Tht H. Mack C. UeS. j U T i Ladies' Separate Skirts Here are Skirt values that will surely interest any who want a good Skirt to put on for general use. These are Skirts that are worth dou ble what we are asking for them. We are making these prices to clean up our stock at once. At $3 98 is a Black Voile Skirt that sold at $14.00. At $3.75 is a Chiffon Panama Skirt in black that sold at $7-50. At $5 00 is a Black Voile Skirt that was an extra value at $14. 00. At $439 is a Chiffon Panama Skirt in black that sold at S8.7.". At $3 00 are two Black Fancy Striped Melrose Skirts that are good values at the regular price. $10,00. At $5.00 is a Black Cicilian Skirt which was a good value at 10.00. At $500 are a few extra good Black Voile Skirt values; are the hard twisted Alt man voile that sold at $10.00. At $6 00 are a few odd Skirts in Voile and Broadcloth, color black, that sold at $12.00. At $7-50 are a "couple of Blue Skirt that are made in a fine men's worsted: were $10.00; are about two and one-half yards around bottom. At $500 are a few Blue Topi in Skirts. At $5.00 are a few extra Black and Gray Mixed Skirts that sold at $7.73. Dress Goods There are lots of Dresses made up for winter from thin materials, this is all right for many uses. At the same time - winter weather should find children clothed in wool goods. Prices of wool goods are not so very much more in price than thin sum mer goods. Wool goods wear longer, look better, don't have to go to the wash tub half as often and save a whole lot of doctor bills. Doctors are good friends of ours. They never tell you to be careless with your health. You can buy in all colors a half Wool Suiting, double fold, at 25c per yard. . , For 50c you can now buy All Wool Serges and All Wool Batiste in dou ble fold in all colors. These will wash and not shrink much. - We have Wash Flannels in Wool at 25c and 39c per yard that are very pretty and will wash perfectly and look just as good as new. Make beautiful dresses for young ladies' school wear. Cut these goods by a New Idea Seam Allowed Pattern that will cost you only 10c. New lot of Brown, Navy and Red Corduroy Hats for misses. We have had only about half of these that the trade wanted. It has been the Hat of the' season. We sell them at $1.00 each and ask you if you can " find as good at any less than $1.50 each. They are leaders with us. Hoagknit Sweaters in all sizes. These come in the dark reds so much called for. Hoagknit Sweaters for children at 98c up to $398 for boys. Same prices for ladies, $298, $3-98 and $5 98, and a special weight Shaker at $7-50. Our very heavy Sweater that we sell so many of costs you but $5-98, We have sold over $3, 000 worth of these Sweaters in the last two seasons. Someone can tell you how they wear. How they keep their shape and how warm thev are. We are receiving new Coat values by nearly every express. These are Coats that are a little differ ent in cut; are the new models which are coming through for the mid-season business. The Black Astrachan and Boucle Coats are among the new models, as the Black Coat is very popular. ' We pay parcel post on all mail orders. The Daylight Store i : : I t : TALK OFTHE TOWN tt tt tt tt tt tt tt n n tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt C. N. KENYON & COMPANY'S CLOSING OUT SALE is receiving the approval of hundreds of satisfied customers. Never in our history of business has such excitement and enthusiasm been manifested over our bargain tables. Honest values with reliable goods to back our advertisements, wins for us well pleased customers. Keep an eye on this store the remaining days of our Closing Out Sale. Big values will appear every day. Wednesday Special Fancy Blown Glass Tumblers. Regular 75c (Yp doz. value, sale price, per dozen - - tt tt tt tt tt a tt a tt a a a a a tt 5 hs C-N. KEN YON 8i COMPANY CASH BARGAIN STORE tt a tt a tt a a a a tt tt tt tt a a tt a a a a tt tt a a a a a a a Sale of ladies' waists at Vaughan's. We have a complete line of hunting shoes and leather tops for the deer sea son. Tilden Shoe Co. " Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Smith of Washing ton were among the visitor in Barre yesterday and to-day. E. A. "Wood has returned to Barre, after spending several weeks with friends in Northampton, Mass, Sidney II. Spafford of North Main street left this morning on a business trip to Boston and Ixiwell, Mass. Rev. W. J. M. Beattie of Highland avenue went this morning to Burling ton, where be will make a short visit. Miss Mary J. Wright of Keith ave nue left yesterday for Detroit, Mich., where she "will malic an extended stay. John Wood, ft.rmerlv of Barre, who Is employed in Northficld, is spending a week's" vacation with friends in the city. Watch the price appear on lamp each day, displayed in our window. You buy at your own price. C. N. Kenyon & Co. Dr. and Mrs. 11. S. Carver of Marsh field were guests yesterday and to-day of State's Attorney J. Ward Carver and Mrs.' Carver of Church street. Mrs. Alice Deste and two children, Miss Laura Lamery and Mrs. Cordelia, who were called here bv the death of Peter Riceiarelli, returned yesterday to their home in llardwick. Louis L. Bruyer of Maple Grove, who has been detained from his duties as nieht baesrace man on the Barre branch tor three weeks, went to Burlington this morning on a business trip. Mario Corelli, who has been making an extended stay at his former home in Italy, arrived in' the city yesterday from New York, where he recently landed from the French liner, La Loraine. The 1014 crop of automobiles, etc., is beginning to arrive in Barre. Yesterday, the Perry Auto Co. unloaded a car of Ford models in the M. & W. yards ami the Cutler agency received a consign ment of 1914 Overlands. Regular review of Harmon hive, No. 1. L. O. T. M., Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. All officers and guards be pres ent, as there is work. Guards wear uni form. Refreshments will be served. It requested there be a large attend- TALK OF THE TOWN I -nilies' wool dresses at Vaughan's. More new trimming silks at Abbott's. One dollar less each day. .See window. C. N. Kenyon &, Co. Dickens' life of genius was used to help the down-trodden, the unfortu nate and the poor. The lecture to-morrow night, "Charles Dickens, Why He Sleeps in Westminster Abbey," wili pre sent some of the homes and hearts of this great author. Choice selections from 'Old Curiositv Shop," "Christmas Carol," "Dombey and Son," and "Bleak House." It gives his interview with the queen, his death and burial in Westmin ster Abbey. anee. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lewis, who were recently married in Montpelier, are pass ing a few days with the former's par ents. Mr. and" Mrs. O. W. Lewis, of 10 ATTRACTIVE HAIR Always Fascinates Parisian Sage Makes Hair That Is Dull, Faded or Thin, Abundant and Gloriously Radiant Every girl and woman, too, wants to be beautiful and attractive it's her birthright but unsightly, or thin and characterless hair, destroys half the beauty of the most attractive face. If your hair is not fascinating, is thin ning out, full of dandruff, dry or if the scalp itches and burns, begin at once the use of Parisian Sage. It will double the beauty of the hair, cool and invigorate the scalp, and the first application re moves the dandruff. It is the hair tonic par excellence, containing the. proper ele ments to supply hair needs and make the hair sott, wavy, lustrous and abun dant Parisian Sare is sold by the Red Cross Pharmacy, in S0-cent bottles, is pleasant and refreshing, daintily perfumed nei ther greasy or sticky. Advt. Maid of Honor Hat It is of black velvet with brim of black lace and adorned with butterfly bows of lace matching the brim. It gets its name from a recent fashionable wedding where it was worn with great success. MRS. W. F. SHEPARD ISPECIAL! Nelson street, before leaving for Omaha. f "7 Neb., where they are to make their !Uotl1 qty MONDAY EVE AND TUESDAY ONLY S Root Vtorn 1Wf Rnnnd Stent. per lb aoc I ! Fancy Rump Steak, lb. ..a8c and 30c J and variety in i CHOICE MEATS! home. The condition of Adolphus Gonyo of the city water department, who under- x " .... ;.. ti., ,1 i,nur tai Montpelier, Sundav, was reported to 1 abound here. We also carry a spleti- J luuiupiiiri, s-, 1 m, , ftrt .l voriotv nf rflnncd or ids. npw 1013 I mnrov ntr to-uay. iur. uonyo win m , . ' ," . i i'wksi" n o" m land prices are low, as we bought last I j fIov hafnra fhp Hfil WHH HI it. in thf I Do You Want Results? Bring your Prescriptions to us and you get the 1.1 A. 1 ? . 1 1 1 . J ' resims mat, you nave every ngni to expect irom your doctor's careful diagnosis. Our drugs are pure, full strength and compounded according to science. If it's not convenient for you to bring the Prescription, just 'phone us and we will send for it and deliver the medicine. 1 -( Phone 63-W DrownV Drug Store, DRUGS AND KODAKS 4 . r detained from his duties several weeks while recuperating. The North Barre Granite Co. is plan ning to enlarge its stoneshed off Cam bria street bv erecting a boxing room. which is to hove wall dimensions of j 10 by 21) feet. It will be annexed to the rear end of the shed and will be story and one-half high. Work on the addition will be started at once. Miss Elizabeth Morrison observed her sixth birthdav anniverse-f with a party held at her home on Batchelder street last evening. Twenty young people were present and the young hostess was the recipient of several appropriate birthday reminders. Cames were in order during the evening and refreshments were served. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for acts of kindness during the sickness and death of our beloved father, Peter Riceiarelli, and for the. beautiful (lowers that were sent. Mrs. Peter Riceiarelli, . Daniel and Decimo Riceiarelli, Misses Jennie and Rose Riceiarelli, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Riceiarelli, Mr. and Mrs. John Comi. SMay before the seed was put in the J ground, when prices were low. J Webster's A No. 1 Tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c I Scottish Chief Corn. 3 cans 25c I J Fancy Alaska Red Salmon, tall I cans, per can a Flat cans Columbia River Salmon, per can 10c j Ifancy apples!! 1 5c : WE HAVE SOME FANCY APPLES J I put. up in one-bushel crates, hand t picked and hand packed. Strictly No. I I stock. Fameuse, Arctics, Bethels, J Russets, Nodheads. and Greenings. J Florida Oranges, 35c, 30c and 45c J I a dozen. Good eaters. I I WINTER APPLES We are unloading a car of Winter Apples. These are from South Hero, in Grand Isle County, the best apple section of the state. They are late picked and the best and last lot of Winter Apples that we shall have. The varieties are Northern Spy, Greening, Tolman Sweet, and Russet. We shall be pleased to show them to you. Seeded Raisins and Cleaned Currants We have some good values in Currants and Rai sins that will soon be higher. . Red Ribbon Seeded Raisins, 3 packages 25c Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisins, 5 packages for. ... 45c Cleaned Currants, per package 10c New Cleaned Currants in bulk, per pound .... 10c Remember, every day is fresh fish day at our store, and that we have fresh Oysters every day. iS i R D.LADD COMPANY