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THE ItAIlKK DAILY TI,MES, . BAKIU3, VT., FRIDAY, NOVKJIUKK 7, 1UI8.
A Sale that Will Save You Money on Saturday ' Some Values that come at an opportune time, when you heed these cooda. '. ; ' This is without question one of the best sales we have ever offered. You will be the gamer by looking over these values. 45c each Ladies' Fleeced Vests and Pants 45c each ;' Ladies' Velvet Fleeced Vests and Pants pure white. A heavy fleece, nicely finished, in every way a well-fitting garment. An J extra good value for 45c a garment. 79c pair A Sale of White and Gray Blankets 79c pair In spite of the big advance on these goods, we are offering you this Blanket at this low price. Twenty-five pairs, Gray or White Blankets, 55x72, a good heavy weight, nicely stitched cords "with handsome pink and blue border; An exceptionally good value at 79c pair. 9c yard All-Linen Crash 9c yard Two hundred yards All-Linen Crash, 17 inches wide, red, . blue or plain border. The Crash comes in 4, 6, 8, 11 yards. In consideration of your taknig the whole piece, we can sell you this all-hnen Crash for 9c a yard. 79c each Ladies' Outing Flannel Robes 79c each One lot of Flannelette Night Robes, cut large and full throughout; a good , heavy weight flannelette, pink and blue stripes, double yoke, nicely trimmed with scalloped ruffle. An excellent value for 79c each. $2.98 Sweaters $2.98 f Another lot of those Shaker-Knit Sweaters, in Cardinal only, made with a, shawl collar and pockets. A well-made coat and j worth more money than we are asking. Therefore, do not let , the price prejudice you against buying this Sweater. The" above-named goods are good, clean merchandise and you can save money by buyjtig on Saturday, . PERRY & 73 North Main Street CAMP Barre, Vermont Cosy Comfort' Window ftT) TfJvY cll?c.lc" f brand new ideas j lAA Stf ( ' for a warm bed on a chilly night. il j VI I I There's a tempting display of Jkj Maish ituJX'J Comforts that are unquestionably the greatest values you ever saw 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, finely-curled cotton, wooei into a tingle 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 ro odor or germ. . , In Maisilk, MaUaline, and Maisateen in many hand some patterns and shades in the standard sixes. . B. W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS rJl'NERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMEP3 HOSPITAL AMBULANCE 6ERVICE PROMPT ATTENTION TALK OF THE TOWN Swill for Bale. City hotel, .Telephone ! lis. ; v -.' Linen tape measures, 2 for 5 cents, at j Knight s. . Very heavy outing night robe for 81.00 at Abbott s. - "-.. . Linens for all kinds of ChriHtma fan cv work at Abbott's. '' 1 .Seventy-nine cents a pair, , blankets, white or gray;-a special value, at Perry's on Stiirffv. The McWhorter Co, Iwve just received another invoice of Mack maws, all sizes and colorinis. J J ''t '' Knwial meprinir of 'Foreii?n Masons will be held in Masonic ball Friday even ini lit 7 o'clock sham. PhiliD Laseorand K. Suscni returned yesterday from a week's trip to Wind nr mid Clarcmont. N. II. E. L. Smith, -of West street returned to Barre wsterday, after an extended stav at Old Orchard. Me. Tiomilar Saturday nhrht dance in How- land hall, Nov. .8, under auspices of Ril ey s orchestra. ,Jjarties, tree. : - . - . . . . . . i .1 . Frank V York Of Hill sweet weni mis morning to White River Junction, when he will visit friends lor a tew days. Wet washes fX)c a basket. Please have ready for team at 7 a. in. sharp Monday morn nir. if -wanted on ftionday, arre Steam Laundry. Miss Clara Soeare of Thomaaton, Me., arrived in the city yesterday to make a visit at the home ot-Miss urace jJiuon nf Merchant street. " Read auction sale of Lawrence Welch in this paper. .Home extra fine horses anrl famiinir tools to be Bold. I). A. Perry, auctioneer Mr. and Mrs. J: Mertz, who have been visiting relatives on North Seminary street, left this morning for their home in Ogdensburg, N. Y. ' , There will be a meeting of the pro moters of the league of the Sacred Heart this evening at 7 o'clock in the vestry of St. Monica's church. Mrs. Samuel Carswell of Ayer street, who has been passing , six weeks with relatives in Boston and New York, re turned home last evening. The monthly meeting of the Bonac cord football club will be held in the clubhouse on Friday, Nov. 7, at 6:30 p. m. Per order president. The ladies of Companion court, No. 757, will hold a dance in their hall in Worthen block Friday evening, Nov. 7, after the meetiwr. The committee. At the F.piscopal vestry you will find baked beans, brown bread, doughnuts, cookie, pies and other good things for sale, Saturday afternoon at 2:30. Tele phone orders to 213-1.. .... Auction sale to-inorrow, closing out the Edson furniture stock at Williams town. Good time to buy new furniture at your own price. See ad. page 11, C. F, Smith, auctioneer. Arthur Punstan, who has been spend ing the past few weeks n the City as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Farrar of upper Park street, returned last night to his home at Quincy. Mass. i ' A. R. Campbell, sewing machine ex-' pert, who repairs, all makes ol sewing machines, over 30 years in the business, is. in town. Work skilfully dona at resi dence. . Orders left at the store of Ho mer Fitts Co., Barre. ' Wellman C. Whitney of Springfield, Mass., will speak for the Montpelier Spiritualist association in G. A. R. hall, Nov. 8, at 2:30 and 7 p. m: Mrs. Whit ney is a very able speaker and message , bearer of world-wide reputation. ', All those contributing to the Vmver salist rummage. sal& Wednesday, Nov, 12, please have articles, read)? Monday or Tuesday, Nov. 10 or 11. Those un able to carry same to the fniversalist vestry are asked to notify Mrs. "Brooks or Mrs. Gove. At the Pavilion to-day, "Will o the Wisp," a thrilling two-reel K-B war drama; see tle desperate fight of the circus people against the hordes' of at tacking Indians the thrilling rescue by the.U. S. cavalry, which gallops td the scene at breakneck speed and hurls it self upon the savages. Spectacular con flagration as the roaring prairie fire pur sues the doomed man, fleeing- on the wings of terror, and wraps him in its lurid embrace. Adv. A hunting party consisting of Fred Pickering, A. Comolli, F. Brusa and Ray Taplin of East Barre went this morn ng to pitch a camp on one of the lower ridges of Rochester mountain. The nim rods will be ready for deer hunting as soon as the season opens next Monday morning. They plan to remain in camp until the late days of November. Last years three members of the same party were fortunate enough to secure deer on Rochester mountain. I A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT ft CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. mm Beyond Compare MUNSING WEAR Made in Minneapolis Sold Everywhere 7,000,000 . Perfect Fitting Garments Sold Annually Mimsinjg. Union SllltS Water Doesn't Hurt Them . The Fit Won't Wash Out Investigate and experiment all you please, in the end you will wear MUN-. SING UNDERWEAR, and the sooner you do this, the sooner you will experience complete Underwear satisfaction. No matter what you think about Union Suits to know the comfort and satisfaction of a MUNSING UNION SUIT you simply have to wear it. The following are our best sellers just now. Colder weather necessities. Winter Underwear If you buy your winter Underwear here you are going to get your mon ey's worth in wear; that we guaran tee. Here are some of those best kinds, kinds that you can save in wear a little money on. All sizes in Children's Jaeger Fleec ed Vests, Pants and Drawers, up to 28 size for 25c each. This is the heaviest fleeced Underwear made and an honest value. Misses Fleeced Shaped Vests and Pants, same grade as ladies; these' all sizes at 25c each. Children's Bennington Wool Under wear, according to size from SOc up to 75c each. We are the only dis tributors of this old-fashioned Under wear in Barre. We carry Munsing Underwear for Children in Wool' Vests and Pants, at 50c each. Wool Union Suits at $1-00 each. We have a special Young Ladies' Closed Fleeced' Lined Union Suit at $100 each. Winter Underwear Good things in Ladies' White Un derwear kinds that are not sold in other stores. Others may have as good or better. We have never heard of any better than Munsing and Ben nington for winter and Munsing for summer. Manufacturers of other kinds tell us that there is no bet ter to be had. Ladies' Bennington Underwear in gray at $14)0 and $1.50; in Red Wool at $1.25. Ladies' extra heavy Fleeced Vests and Pants, heaviest that we have ever selected, to sell at 50c each. A good weight Fleeced Vest and Pant at 25e each. Ladies' Munsing Bleached Vests and Pants at 50c each. We have a little heavier grade in Ecru at same price, 50c each. Ladies' Wool Vests and Pants, the Munsing make, at $1.00 each. Ladies'. Munsing Fleeced Union Suits at $1.00 each, The greatest $1.00 Suit on the market. Nice line of Silk and Wool Vests and Union Suits. These at $1.00 and $2 OO each.- Very popular. 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 $3.08 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 $8.75. At $5.00 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 $5.00 are a few extra good Black Voile Skirt values f are the hard twisted Altman 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 a1 couple of Blue Skirts that are made in a fine men's worsted; were $10.00; are about two and one-half yards around bottom. At $5-00 are a few Blue Poplin Skirts. At $5.00 are a few extra Black and Gray Mixed Skirts that sold at $7.75. A Suit Opportunity We are offering a lot of odd Suits in Blues, Brown, Terra Cotta, Gar net and Black at about one-fourth off from the regular price. These are the season's beBt Suit values that we have bought under-price and a few we have had in our stock and cannot duplicate. At $15-00 are a few odd Suits that are made in the season's , best style, and from a fine men's worsted and heavy serges. These are Suits that are made up in the plain tail ored style, and are our regular $20.00 values. ' At $16.88 are a few odd Suits that are made up in a variety of the season's most popular styles; are made from the season's popular heavy weight serge, poplin and Bed fords. Arc our regular $22.50 Suits. No two alike. At $18-75 are a few odd Suits in the season's best values in Suits that sold at $25.00; are made in the season's best styles and from the popular heavy weight suiting goods. At $22-50 are a number of very popular Suit values; are mostly in large and medium sizes, also in the odd sizes (What they call stouts); are Suits that sold at $30.00. Here are some exceptional Suit values. Ten cents buys any style of a New Idea Pattern. These are now all with cutting chart and have seams allowed. The best Pattern proposition for sal$ to-day. We parcel post everything free., Send in your mail order. a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Timeiy Syggesltioos For Bargain Shoppers Our advertisements pertaining to our closing-out sale are to im press upon your minds the.grand values this store offers. The policy of this store is not only to make low prices on reliable merchandise, but also to make trading here pleasant as well as profitable. When you walk out of our doors you can rest assured you have had a square deal. You are saving from one-fourth to less than one-half the regular retail prices. On many lines less than half the cost price to us. Come and be convinced. ( . Just Think These Bargains Over All 10c Articles in Store, Sale Price , .4 for 25c All 5c Articles in Store, Sale Price .8 for 25c Everyone needs Kitchen Utensils. Now is your time to buy. Do not think for a minute that all the best values are sold. There are just as many now as the day we opened. New stock appears every day. .' : , G. N. KENYON & COMPANY CASH BARGAIN STORE a a a a a a a a a a . a a - a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a The ore TALK OF THE TOWN Plaids for skirts at Abbott's. New coats $2.50, $5.20, at Knight's. Black Cat wool hosiery at Abbott's. For fur values come to Vaughan's. Have you read Perry's ad. for Satur day? . We have a complete line of hunting shoes and leather tops for the deer sea son. Tilden Shoe Co, A daughter weighing 8i' pounds was born last night to Mr. and Mrs. Edmund DesJardins of Pearl 'street. ' William Rock of Brook street went yesterday to Roxbury, where he will be the guest of George V, Bacon for a few days. Mrs. E. II. P. Lewis, who has been visiting relatives in the city for a few days, returned this morning to her home in Milton. Mrs. Joseph Rock of Oraniteville was a visitor in the city to-day on her way to Middlebury for a few days' visit with relatives. It will do you good to see the immense line of overcoats being shown by the iVfeWhorter Co. All. this season's styles. Do not fail to inspect them. Two dollars and ninety-eight cents, a heavy weight Shaker knit sweater, in cardinal. I)o not let the price prejudice against buying the sweater at Perry's on Saturday. Joseph Reynolds, who has been em ployed at Bethel for the past few weeks, arirved in the city to-day to make his residence for the winter. Ha will be employed at the Jones Bros, plant. Amonir those registered at the BukcII hotel yesterday were E, C. Bobbins, Al bany, N. Y.; C. H. rearson. .New lork; Two Frankforts, New York; George W. Paine. Rochester; J. A. Bond. Burling ton; Mr. Zene, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ben S. Wright of Swearengen, Tex., a former resident of Derby Line, is spend ing a lew nays in me ruy as gucei at the home of A. A. Lamorey of Cliff street. Mr. Writrlit is at present en gaged with a drug firm in Philadelphia. A. H. Morris, a representative of the Fidelity A Casualty Co., who has been making a complete inspection of boilers in the manufacturing and quarrying dis tricts, returned to his home in New York last evening, after a stay ol 10 days in Barre and Barre Town. James P. Marr was elected an hon orary vice-president of he Glenuirie club at their annual meeting, which convened ! this week. Mr. Marr has officiated in the capacity of president of the organi tat ion for the past five years, a longer period of service than any previous pres ident has hld. He declined to be re elected for another term at the head of the club. Charles Lull was chosen as president. William McIIardy was elect ed vice-president. James Duncan and John Brown were re-elected to the offices of secretary and treasurer, respectively. Card of Thanks. The family feel very grateful for the Ken nf if ul floral tributes and many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy shown them (luring their hour of sorrow. Family of Mrs. Lydia Bancroft. Teachers' Examinations. Examinations for teachers certificates will be held in the sehoolhouse at Waits River Nov. 1.1 and 14, 11H3. G. Stanley Miller, Supt. TALK OF THE TOWN Read our news about stylish coats, at Vaughan's. Assorted sizes wire hair pins 250 for 5 cents, at Knight's. For Rent Office in Howknd building; Howland Bros. &. Cave. New Goods ARE ARRIVING EVERY DAY NEW PRUNES :.l lbs. tit NEW CANNED SALMON. Rd Aluka, at ' ...ISe a can NEW DATES .....10 lb. NEW EVAPORATED PEACHES, t lbs ZSe NEW APRICOTS ..... J lb. 15c NEW PACK TOMATOES ....'l na 25 NEW CORN .1 cans ISc NEW CANNED PEAS. "Prince.. Roy- al," tlttl. Gem 17c can (Equal to any that coat much (nor.) . . New Buckwheat. Pop Carn, New Pea and Yellow Era Beanat Green, Yellow and Split Poaa. In fact, our took of Groceries aa a whole waa never at Ihla time of the year any cleaner, fresher, or ao free frow alow ellera. We have a few barrel, of Old Wheat Silver Leaf Flour left at tS.St a barrel. Flour improve, with asa. See our APPLES before you buy. Wo will aave you money by the barrel or buaheJ crate. We have aome Fancy Ap lpea put up in one-baahef crate, packed for New York market. Price ia Hunt. It Makes Old Things New 1111 mm IT ALSO keeps them new. Thert will b no old, dull looking furni turt or dingy woodwork in homes whert this wonder-worker is used. No refmiihing or revarniahing necea urr. Liquid Veneer is not a varnish, but a surface food and cleaner that builds up the original ouh and makes it orighter than ever. . It instantly restores the brilliant new ness and finish of Pianos, Furniture, Picture Frames, Interior Woodwork, Hardwood Floors and all polished, var nished or enameled surfaces. Removes cratches, stains, dirt and dullness. - A child can apply it. Nothing but a piece of cheese cloth is needed and there is no drying to wait for. NEW SIZE PACKAQE? 4-Ounck Bottle , 25c 12-OUNCK BOTTLK ' BOC bold mr Smith & Cumings The Plumed Hat When a beautiful hat for ceremonious occasions is de sired, the safest investment 13 a hat trimmed with good ostrich plumes. Given good care, such feathers can be used over and over and not bear a last season's stampr, as do most novelties in the feather line. - MRS. W. F. SHEPARD 4 ) , ; o-y. Brown's Cold Cream ( is a delightful toilet necessity for the skin. Softens," soothes and smooths, roughness, chaps and inflam mation. Makes a nice base for powder. Gives the skin unusual clearness. Supplies a need not obtained from other combinations. Very fine for lady or baby, '. or for gentlemen after shaving. Price, 25 Cents Brown's Drug Store, DRUGS AND KODAKS ---- f NECKWEAR . Bows, abots and Collars, of Cluny, Irish Crochet, and Princess Louise Lace. Hand and machine made, ranging in price from 19c to $5.00 each. , , - MISS W. E. ROWELL 161 North Main Street GOOD VALUES Florida Oranges and Grape Fruit are coming in in good shape sweet and juicy. Best Florida Oranges, per doz 25c, 30c and 35c Fancy heavy Grape Fruit, 2, 3 and 4 for ...... 25c Pop Corn that pops, 6 pounds for 25c Pop Corn that pops, shelled, per package 10c Bakery Department All kinds of Cream Goods for Saturday. We use the pure whipped cream. Have you tried our Cream Sponge Cake, 10c, 15c each? We are having a remarkable sale on this cake. Our Loaf Cakes are fresh and have the real value. Plain, Light and Dark Fruit, Nut and Fruit, per pound 18c. ' Cream Bread is fresh and has real value. Three loaves for 25c. , Fish Department Plenty of Finnan Haddies Saturday morning, per pound 12c Large, fresh, plump 03'sters, per quart 45c Full line of Fresh Fish. " Every day is Fish Day here. i j 1 i : : A.1 I F.D.LADD COMPANY a