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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES," BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1914.
5 A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned! THIS WILL PROVE TRUE AT PERRY'S ON SATURDAY This sale means' an extra saving to those who are fortunate to attend this sale. Get your share of these bargains, ' - An Extra Good Value in All-Linen Crash . 250 Yards Pure Linen Crash,9c Yard . Two hundred fifty yards 17-inch All Linen Crash, in Bleached or Unbleached, a good weight. This is a 12VoC quality. We will pell the above amount for 9c per yard. This is an opportunity to buy Crash and save money, Sheets and Pillow Slips at a Saving 38c each, good size, Seamed Sheets, were 50c each. 48c each, good size Seamless Sheets, were 60c each. 10c each, 42x36, a 12V&C value,' for 10c each on Saturday, 12 'jc each, 42xi56, a.ISc yalue, for 12'jC each on Saturday. . Do You Want a Maish Comfort? Here's Your Chance! $1.98 Maish Comforts for $1.50 Each One bale Maish Comforts, filled with soft and clean , cotton, iilkaline cover, extra large size. We shall close this bale at only $ 1.50. You ought to have one of these Comforters. 79c Pair, Gray or White Blankets One lot of White and Gray Blankets, a good size and weight; worth more money than we are asking. To clean up this lot at only 79c per pair. " ' . Big Discount on Blankets Your Best Opportunity to Buy $6.00 12-4 All Wool Blankets to go at $4.98 $5.00 12-4 All Wool Blankets to go at 4.00 $3.98 12-4 Wool Finish Blanket to go at 3.00 $3.50 12-4 Wool Finish Blanket to go at 2.50 $2.98 11-4 Wool Finish Blanket to go at 2.00 TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY a 75 North Main Street ' CAMP ' Barre. Vermont UPSTAIRS ' 46 Main Street UPSTAIRS A. V. Beckley ' DEALER IN. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wall Paper Over Drown's Drug Store Orders for Interior Work Given Prompt Attention UPSTAIRS 46 Main Street UPSTAIRS Nevfr spring linens at AbboU'ft. Come to the white Bale at Vauglmn's. Fifteen cent wash goods Saturday at OVia a yard at Vauglian's. Spring quarterly of Pictorial Review fashions now on sale at Martin's Uook store, The MeWhorter Co. have juat received another lot of those Cheney ties, three for $1.00. Ste their window. Mario Bianchi of North Main street left this forenoon for Milford, N. II., where he will visit with relatives. Kdwardo Mazzonl, a student at God ilard seminary, went to-day to Burling ton to pass a few days at his home. Mrs. Gladys Clark of 31 Brook street completed her duties as saleslady at the F. W. nool worth store Saturday even ing. The members of the intermediate league of the Redding church will meet at the church at 1 o 'slock on Saturday for the sleigh ride. Regular meeting of the M. W. of A. this (Friday) evening at 7 o'clock at K. of C. hail. The election of ten dele gates to the county camp will be held at this meeting of Feb. 6. John Smith of West street returned this week from a few months' visit to California.' He visited a the guest of, his .daughter, Mms Horenee Smith, dur ing the greater part of his absence. Ralph Smith ! and Leonard Landers left this forenoon for Burlington for a few days' visit with relatives. They will attend the Spaulding high-Burlington high basketball game this evening. Lee Maiden also accomplished them. Special for Saturday at the Barre candy kitchen: cinnamon, lemon, pep ermint, clove, horehound . drops, chop suey, Canada peppermints, vanilla and maple chewing taffy and old-fashioned molasses candy at 10c per lb. Our 40c. Schrafts chocolates at 30c. per lb. If. M. Farnham, the horse man, is on the way from the West with 21 fresii horses and will hold Ins next Dig com bination auction Kale at his place of buainess at Montpelier, Vt., on Friday, Feb. 13, 1914. Watch for further ad. in this paper, C, F. Smith, auctioneer. The furniture, etc., salvaged from the City hotel fire has been thoroughly ren ovated and the gTeater part of it was not damaged by fire in the least. All will be offered for sale at public auc tion on Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock and at 7 o'clock in the evening, Feb. 7. See ad, on page 7. 1). A. Terry, auc tioneer. ' At a meeting of the ladies' aid so ciety of the Presbyterian church, held Wednesday evening, the following ladies were elected to serve during the years ! President, Sirs. Margaret Cable; vice president, Mrs.. Stephenson j treasurer, Mrs.. George Leith;. secretary, Mrs George Young; executive committee, Mrs, Brechin, Mrs. Salmond, Mrs. A. Milne; sick committee, Mrs. J. I. Milne, Mrs. Lizzie Parks, Mrs. Catherine McKenzie, Mrs, Marion McDonald. I t A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. : i The Latest Kinds for Spring Spring trade starts off very strong. Ladies seem. to take kindly to our spring selections. Our window of new Dress Goods and Silks seem to be the kind wanted. New goods certainly look good, values are better than last season. The assortment is more varied. Goods are made to conform to prevailing modern dressmaking. With' new dress goods come the very last word in Nemo Corsets. The following cut represents the style'. They are certainly it. ' INTRODUCTORY SALB . 1 EVERY YEAR there's something even better in Nemo Corsets. Just now we have an introductory Sale of the BEST NEMO YET for stout and full figures. It's the brand-new Nemo SELftredUCING Has improved Self-Reducing front that gives fine abdominal support. The great new fea ture is . an arrangement of semi-elastic bands at the back, extending far below ends of back steels, which give a charming rounded figure and the utmost ease in any position. No. 327 low bust f $ 0 .00 ,No.' 328 medium ) O - sJJ rL6 3' Buch eood corseta for bo low a Drice: 3aiREDUCIHu3Z7 but they're hereani we want you to see them. Ladies' Silk Waists Here are a few Waist values that we are offering at prices that will interest any who want a good Waist. We have gone through our en tire Waist stock and have taken out everything where there are only two or three of a kind left and put them on one of our ta ble; to close at just one-half the original price. Hero are a few Blue Chiffon Waists made over white silk and finished collar and neck with fine lace; are Waists that sold at $5.00, and $5.50. Now to close at one half price. See these Waists at $2.50 and $2.75- At one-half price are a few Mes caline Waists in Copenhagen and Hrown; are our best Waists of the season that sold at $4.50, $5.00 and 5.50, Now in thia lot to clean up stock at only one-lcilf price, which is $2.38, $2 50 and $2.75. - In thia Waist sale are a few Blue and Black Changeable Waists that are made in good style, me dium low neck and short sleeves; are Waists that are made in the plain tailored style and sold at $5.75. Now to close at $2 88. At one-half price are three I JI tie and Green Changeable and one Gray and White, with polkadot; are Waists that sold at $5.75. Now to close at $2 88. These Waist values-will go very quickly. Ladies' Fur Coats We have a few Fur Coats that we are offering at. prices that should in terest any who want a good, warm Coat at a small price. At $1000 is a Black Pony Coat in a quality that sold at $45.00. . One Black Pony Coat in a 36 size that sold at $40.00. Now to close at only $20.00. One Black Pony Coat, size 36; is a Coat that sold at $C5.00. To close at $30 00. One Black Pony Coat in size 40 was $47.50. To close at $20.00. At $25.00 we have one Brown Marmot Coat in a 38 size; is a Coat that sold at $00.00. At $20 OO is a Brown Driving Coat in a 38 size; is a Coat that Bold at $37.50 and v?as a very good value. At $25 OO. we have one Black Pony Coat in a Misses' Junior size; is a good Coat value that sold at $50.00. Now to close at only $2500. If you want a good, warm Coat you should see these values. We have other Coat values that will interest any who are looking for Coats at a reduced price. You can well understand why we are busy as soon as you see our new Percales and Wash Goods cut t seam allowed 10c New Idea Pattern for best results they save material and are always the very latest. by The Daylight Store .OUR ANNUAL w Begins Monday Morning Promptly at 8 o'clock A Great Sale -Greater Than Ever This Year Here it is again our Annual Red Tag Sale but bigger and more attractive than ever with more offerings and greater values than ever before presented, on the occasion of this great annual event. .. .! - Must reduce our stock in order to make room for Furniture, bought at the big Furniture Exposition in New York last week. Prices have been greatly reduced in order ' that the clearance will be quick and decisive. . Hundreds of odd pieces and suites are involved, including Furniture for almost every room in the house. Every home in this locality can and should benefit by this great sale. Will yours? At the prices we are going to quote for this week, the Furniture is certain to hurry away, and first-comers will get the "cream" of these great values. Take our advice, come early and get your share of the "first pickings" of these bargains. ' ; This Annual Red Tag Sale of ours has become famous for its wonderful values. 'People have been' waiting for it. Remember the date and time Next Monday Morning Promptly at 8 O'clock. IB. W, MOCKER C Vermont's Largest Houseitirnisters OMPANYo TALK OF THE TOWN Corduroy skirts; new lot at Knight's. Warner's rust proof corsets, new spring models, at Knight's. TALK OF THE TOWN The Buzzcll skating rink will be re opened this evening after a few days' suspension because of poor ice. CL r .... - .- T i..ji ,.,,n .... .. Lemon Seidlitz Powder with a lemon flavor added. Pleasant to take; good for all troubles of the stomach, liver and bowels. SAMPLES FREE Drown's Drug Store, The White Front DRUGS AND KODAKS TALK OF THE TOWN Fancy trimming silks at Abbott's. Sale new waists Saturday at The Vaughan Store. One dollar and ninety-eight Maish comforts for $1.50 at Perry's on Sat urday. t Buy scratch feed, wheat, oyster shells, ground bone, beef scraps, dry mash for your hens at the Kempton Mills, former ly Averill mills. Tel. 367-M. Irompt delivery. Socialist Caucus Notice. The city caucus will be held at the Socialist auditorium on Granite street Friday evening, Feb. fl, at 8'oclock. Ward caucuses will be held in the several wards at 7 o'clock Friday even ing, Feb. 6, 1914. Public Notice. On and after April 1, 1914, the mini mum wage of all journeymen carpen ters will be $.1.50 per day of eight hours. Per order of local 481. TALK OF THE TOWN New imported wash silks at Abbott's. One dollar corsets for 79c; C. B. $1.50 corsets for 98o at Vaughan's. All 25c mixed chocolates at 15c per lb. Saturday special at the Barre candy kitchen. Regular Saturday night dance in How land hall, Feb. 7, under auspices of Ril ey's orchestra. Ladies, free. Dining tables and chairs, table linen, bedding, iron bods, crockery, silverware, etc., all in good condition, to be sold at auction on Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock and at 7 o'clock in the evening, at the old auction room, under the Pa vilion, on Pearl street. D. A. Perry, auc tioneer. ' The Hedding campfire girls have about completed the course in gymnasium work for this winter and will give an enter tainment on Friday evening, Feb. 20. They will be assisted by Miss Mar guerite Albertson, teacher of expression at Montpelier seminary, who will give several readings.' TALK OF THE TOWN New spring 1914 percales at Abbott's. Mrs. Emile Tousignant of Graniteville was operated on at the City hospital this forenoon. Geraldus Knapp of St. Johnsbury ar rived in the city last night fof a few days' visit with friends. George Peters, who has been passing fw days in the city, returned last night to his -home at Newport. Socialists are asked to read the cau cus notices which appear on another page of The Tunes to-day, Robert Johnson of Division street left yesterday for Woodsville, N. II., where he has secured employment. Oreste Bonanni, who was operated on at the City hospital two weeks ago, re turned to his home at 6 Ellieton street yesterday. Lyle McDonald, who has been em ployed for the past few months at Woodbury, was a visitor in the city yes terday on his way to Graniteville for a few days 'visit. Charles Churchill, the contractor, left last evening for Keene, X. 11 where he will be engaged for the coming few months supervising construction of a big granite, plant. The annual masquerade ball at God- dard seminary will be held two weeks j from Saturday night, the date having been definitely set for Feb. 21, at a re cent meeting of the senior class. Pennsylvania coke, from the Connells ville coke ovens makes an ideal fuel for your furnace. It will pay you to try a load now. The D. M. Miles Coal Co., 122 North Main street. Telephones 133 and 417-M. All the furniture Balvaged from the City hotel tire will be sold at public auction on Pearl street, under the Pai vilion, formerly the old auction rooms. See ad. on page 7. D. A. Perry, auc tioneer. The matches of the "45" tournament between the A. O. 11. and the C. O. F. were brought to a close last night with a series of games in the K of C. hall. The A. O. H. proved their superiority by winning the games in a , decisive manner. The final lead of the winners aggregated about 25 points. The tour nament was started in November, and matches have been played every fortnight. Home February Sixth , , , We expect to return from New York Friday, Feb. 6. Those ladies who gave us orders for this time can see their goods on Saturday, as we intend to bring them home with us. MRS. W. F. SHEPARD OUR B SPECIALS For Friday and Saturday 20 Sweet Juicy ORANGES for 25c BEST GRANULATED SUGAR, 42c lb. Limit, S lb. to a Ciiitomer Sunkist Navel ORANGES Th Kind That Everybody E1m Retail at 40c per doien Our Price per Dozen 33c Box of Any Sin Delivered Free for I3.2S UNEEDA BISCUIT THREE FIVE-CENT PACKAGES FOR lOe DIVERSI FRUITCO. IG SATURDAY SPECIAL Wm. Rogers & Son Florcllc Silverware Consisting ef Tea Spoons, Table Spoons, Knives and Forks 10 cents each To the first fifty customers purchasing one dozen Tea Spoons we will give Complimentary FREE, choice of a Sugar Shell, Pie Knife, Gravy Ladle, Berry Spoon, Meat Fork or Butter Knife, A little away from those cheap special sales I ordinarily thrust upon the public ; this offer and quality received will surprise the most skeptical buyer. See Our Window Display. C. N. KEN YON & COMPANY'S Cash Bargain Store GOOD VALUES AT LADD'S 20 pounds Fine Granulated Sugar $1.D0 100-lb. bags of Fine Sugar, net 4.50 8 pounds of Rolled Avena for 25c 10 pounds of A or AA Oatmeal for 35c 16 and 20 Navel Oranges for 25c Lemons for Saturday, per dozen 20c The best Grape Fruit, 3 and 4 for 25c Another lot of those fancy Native Chickens. Pork and Beef Sausage for Saturday. Home-Cured Ham from native Pig Pork. Order your Baked Beans and Brown Bread early. Always something new and tasty in Pastry. Remember Ladd's Cream Bread combines qual ity, quantity and price," 3 loaves for 25c , ,. Finnan Haddies for Saturday, per pound 12c' Scallops, Shell Clams, Oysters and Lobsters. If it is good Fish, we have it F.D.LADD COMPANY . : t t . i i s J . i : ! : : - : : x