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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1914.
New Dressesjhey're Beauties Ratine Crepes, Linen, Pique, and Linene. You should see this lot of new Dresses. New lot of Domestic House Dresses. New Curtains, Scrim, Etamine, Marquisette. Do not fail to see these. We can save you money. Call and get your May Designer. Standard Fashion Books for summer, 20c each. A pat tern free with each copy. , PERRY a 75 Nerth Main Stmt CAMP Barre, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN Sale children' wash dresses 25c, 20c, 40e, 75c up, at Vaughan's. The McWhorter Co. are headquarters for the Widow Jones clothing for boys, Angelo Diversi of New York arrived in the city this forenoon to make a visit with friends and relatives. Ward & Roy, those two entertaining boys, in a singing, dancing, and piano act at the Pavilion are one of the strong est features the patrons of this theater have had a chance to see this season, Adv. Grand Knight E. J. Owens of the Barre council, Knights of Columbus, Deep Habbeb, and others returned this forenoon from Bellows Falls, where they attended the exemplification of the third degree conducted by the St. Charles rouncil Sunday evening. At the degree work there were present delegates from nearly every council in the state. Accommodating Terms Arranged B.W. Hooker & Co. "The Big Store with the Big Stock" Credit if You Want It All Steel Refrigerators Made by Success Manufacturing Company,Gloucester, Mass., U.S.A The Refrigerator that Put GLOUCESTER on the Map. It is with pleasure that we announce to-day to our customers and friends of Greater Barre and vicinity, a new line Refrigerators. Receiving numerous calls for them during the past few seasons, in connection with our other lines, and the question often asked: "Why don't you handle them?" that we decided last fall to add another department to our already numerous ones Refrigerators. After looking into several makes, a number of which were anxious to confine their line to us here, we decided that the Refrigerator that would do our trade the most good was the Success All-Steel' Sanitary Refrigerator. . NOS. 22, 24 A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. J A. P. ABBOTT & CO. j Had You Stopped to Think Whenever we go into the market to buy women's apparel, we act as : your purchasing agents? What we buy is bought for you. As your agents f our experience should get wider and broader every season. We nave ac- t cess to the workrooms of the largest makers of women's clothes in this country, and as we meet these men who are studying the styles here and abroad all of the time, we should absorb some of their experience, which will be for your good in helping you to make your selection. On our trip to New York this past week, we were able to pick up some extra good values in Separate Coats, Suits and Petticoats. We also got some very new things in Ladies' and Misses' Tailored Hats. We can show you some extra good values in Young Ladies' Hats such as the trade has been calling for in the last few days. : : t : : I COTTAGE STYLE The most economical and cheapest all-steel refrigera tor ever offered. DIMENSION'S IN INCHES No. Outside Ice Chamber Food chamber H D W H D W H D W 22 48 Wt 23 . 15 15 19 21 15 22 24 fil 20 27 15 17 22 24 17 24 The points which should de cide every question in the mind of anyone who contemplates the purchase of a cooling apparatus are these: Sanitation, Economy of Operation, Ease and Con venience of Cleaning, Original Cost. First and most important is sanitation. This includes the use of material which is impervious to moisture, water-tignt con- ice capacity 22, 100 lbs.j 24, 123 lbs. struction, absence of cracks or lurking places, clean materials, smooth walls and interior parts so made that all can be easily removed to clean. Second in importance is economy of operation. This means perfect insulation between outer and inner wall coverings, proper door construction, perfect circulation of air, and a water trap which prevents connection with the outside air. These conditions save ice and give a clean, dry interior, thus insuring the highest economy. Third comes ease and convenience of cleaning, which requires no further comment than to say that the Success is the most convenient of all refrigerators in this respect. Ladies' Separate Coats Among the new Coat values that have come through from "our last week's purchase, are some flue qual ity Balmacaan Coats that are made up in the fine double-faced cloths. We got these much under regular price and are giving you the benefit of same. At $8.50 we can give you one of the best Balmacaan Coats that you have seen at the price. This is the season's popular Coat at a price when you can get double the value payed for same. In the Junior Coats are a lot of Brown and Gray Balmacaan Coats in sizes that are all right for small la dies. The price is only $5 50; sizes run up to 36 bust. We have one lot of Children's Bal macaan Coats at $5 00 that are ex tra values. If you want a good Black Coat in large size we can surely supply your wants. We pwed up some extra good values in these Coats that are surely the right garment for a good Tailored Coat. Ladies' Silk Petticoats Three weeks ago when in New York we got a lot of Messaline Petti coats which we sold one Saturday at only $2 00. Many of the trade were unable to get one they were gone so quick, i This week we picked up a lot of 10 dozen of equally as good values and we feel a little better, as the most of them are a charmeuse silk; arc a regular $3.00 value. These come in all colors and 'black. We are going to sell this lot of petticoats on Katurday afternoon and evening, also on Monday, at only $2 OO each. Those of you who did not get one of our lust sales values should get in one this early, as they surely will not bst long at $2 OO each. In this lot of Petticoats at $2 00 there are whites, noosiea, Copenhagen, light blue, pink, orange, reseda, Kel ley, and sage green, terracotter, tango, scarlet, black and changeables. This is a Petticoat sale you surely can save money on, and this is just the season of the year when you want the Petticoats the most. Pee our new Silk Crepe Petticoats in the new shades. Spring Styles Not a thing that is not new and just right in style. The following are kinds that but a few days ago were in the factory. Cloths in both black and brown mixtures, 58 inches wide. This is the Cloth used in making Balmacaan coats and the price, considering qual ity, is very cheap, $1.50 per yard. New 56 inch Scotch Plaids for tail ored skirts. Just now these are our best sellers and the price ia but $125 per yard. Tlaid, 56 inches, heavy Worsted 8erge in shade of brown and black. This at $1.75 per yard. See our window for new Suitings and Cloakings. One hundred per cent better than we have ever had. These values are absolutely all of them cor rect in weaves and colors. Dress Goods in weaves of crepe and ratine are the latest. Anyone that haa new ideas in silks are sure of fast sales. They are not expensive and are for the prevailing style of costumes just about right. Millinery s This new department is just now a busy one. Customers seem to ap preciate popular priced Millinery and they don't have to sacrifice style in the least when they buy it. Ready-to-Wear Millinery is well made; materials are of nice quality and it allows you a part of your money for other uses. New Hats coming along each day and will continue to come until the last of June. Styles that we close will not be bought again. Some of these will be our best this season. If you want a separate Shape or a bunch of Flowers or a Feather we will sell you just what you want. : You don't have to buy only just what you want. We don't expect you to buy Hats of us at all unless you can save money and please your self. We will as gladly show you other goods if you have a hat from some other store with you. Suit yourself. That will please us. Our Hats are at popular prices, 08c $1.49, $1.08, $2 49, $2.98, $3 98 and $4 98 all trimmed, ready to wear. Will change" any little thing on a Hat that you would want changed. . ' Children's Hats on first floor. La dies' Hats in Millinery department upstairs. : t t i : t t t Fourth and last in the points which decide the de sirability of a refrigerator is the price. While this point should really be. the least in importance, it is still a ques tion to be considered by ev ery purchaser. The prices of 27 Success goods have been 28 made as low as the standard 27 NOS. 27. 28 LARGE FAMILY STYLE Has a large food chamber on one side extending to the 4.,.. .1 I. 11. . t . auu uHin-r uoj unuer wie ice cumpanmeni. M Outside Ice Chamber" H D W H D W 43 22 35 19 19 14 46 22 33 22 19 14 Small food chamber 11 19 15 28 No. Large Food Ch. H D W 33 19 111 36 19 10 11 19 15 Ice capacity No. 27, 100 lbs.; No. 28, 125 lbs. OLUItl JEsfll I of quality adhered to will permit. On each and all of the above points, we submit the Success to public judgment. Wherever it has been scientif ically tested in any point of excellence, or in all of them, it has excelled all others. Being constructed of material which is almost indestructible, it is lasting and always reliable. Built on honor in every part, there are no weak spots or leaks. The walls are made in nine layers, the middle layer being of air and the two outer layers of steel, gal vanized, enameled and baked. Between the air space and the steel on each side are two layers of waterproof paper and one of sanitary quilt; the result is' the most perfect insulation found in any refrigerator made. CONSTRUCTION AND ARRANGEMENT ifnBl off fj NO. 30 THREE-CHAMBER STYLE Built with three food compartments, a desirable fea ture where all sorts of food are to be kept in one refrigerator. DIMENSIONS IN INCHES Outside Height 58 Depth 24 Width 38 Ice Chamber Height 27 Depth 20 Width 16 Lg. Fd. Compartra't Height 48 Depth 21 Width 17 Sm. Fd. Compartra't Height 18 Depth 21 Width 17 Ice capacity, 225 lbs. Success refrigerators are constructed entirely of gal vanized steel within and without. The walls are lined with four layers of heavy waterproof sheathing paper and two layers of san itary quilt, with an air space of three-fourths of an inch all around. Battom, top and doors are of the same con struction. All joints are soldered air and water tight before enameling. This is without doubt the most perfect insu lation known in a refrrigerator. All doors close into rubber strips and are practically air tight. INSIDE FINISH m The inside finish is white enamel, laid on in four coats and each coat baked on separately. This means time, labor and expense, but Success refrigerators are made to last and be clean and they will last and they are clean. The inside finish is white,' pure and free from odor. OUTSIDE FINISH The outside is finished in aluminum, giving the refrigerators a very clean and attrac tive appearance. ... FITTINGS All hinges and locks are of solid brass. All lettering is in gilt and colors. Casters are of steel with ball bearings, thus securing durability with strength and ease of movement. ICE CHAMBER The construction of the ice chamber is one of the most important points about a refrig erator. In the Success all the protective walls are of heavy galvanized steel, reinforced and corrugated to secure the greatest strength. The ice rack is of similar construction. All these parts are removable, a most important consideration for cleanliness. SHELVING The shelves are made of heavy woven wire, electric welded, tinned with pure block tin, and will not rust. This insures a perfect circulation, and are easily kept clean and sanitary. DRIP PIPE The drip pipe is easily removable and is fitted with a water trap at the top to prevent escape of cold air. It is made of heavy galvanized steel. AIR CIRCULATION The circulation of air is one of the important features of refrigeration. In the Success it is perfect. The construction is such that the air is kept constantly in circulation up to and ever the ice and down through the food compartments. Thus the latter are kept bone dry, all moisture condensing on the ice, and the temperature is held at an even point throughout the food spaces. Perfect refrigeration is more important to-day than it ever was heretofore. The modern methods of keeping food products in cold storage, sometimes for years makes it imperative that these foods shall be kept cold, dry and clean until consumed. The importance of this cannot be too strongly stated. Success refrigerators are built to give satisfaction in use. The price is right, and everv piece is worth the price asked for it. YOURS FOR THE BEST REFRIGERATOR SERVICE POSSIBLE ! HI II III I n. i .,. M J B.W.H VERMONT'S LARGEST HOUSEFURNISHERS BARRE, VERMONT We have a lot of Sample Suits in values that were sold at $30.00, at only $25.00. No two alike. We also have a lot of Suit Samples that were $22.50 values, that we are to put out at .$18.00 and $20.00 If you want a good Suit value, see these while the sizes are good. each. The Daylight Store t ) TALK OF TIIE TOWN TALK OFTHE TOWN The Altrurians will meet with Mrs. See our special offer. C. N. Kenyon H. E. Reynolds, 194 Washington street, Company Tuesdav. Ann! 21. at 2:30 p. m. The amusement committee of the la dies of Clan Gordon will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Inglis on Monday evening, April 20, at 7 ociock. U. J. Clark, who has been spemiing the past week in Barre, left Saturday for Burlington to pass several days be fore going to his home at Montreal. - James Henry of wuiiamstown was a visitor In the city to-uay on ins way to Keene, N. H., where he has secured employment with th Victoria Granite company. There will be a meeting oi tne Ver mont Poultry association in the memo rial room of the city in Montpelier, on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. W. A. Jloir, secretary. Word was reoeive"8 in the city Satur day of the death of Mrs. Julius Jerry, which occurred at her home in tiuning- ton on Saturday. A. 1?. Burke, a broth er, was called to Burlington by her death. The Yum Yums defeated the Young Bull Dogs by a score of 26 to 6 Satur day morning at the Rangers' field. Bat teries for the winners were G. Maberini and R. Nieoraj for the losers, B. Soldini and Gay. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Severance of Reading, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Miles of 72 South The Barre Woman's club will hold a dancing party Wednesday evening of this week in Howland hall. Club mem bers and their friends are urged to pat ronize this dance. Mrs. Vestella Drown went to St. Johnsbury to-day as a delegate from the Women's Relief corps to the state en campment to be held there Tuesday and Wednesday. After that she will go to Newport to visit an aunt. Mrs. A. W. Gates of Franklin street is not a representative of the Barre mission at the Vermont conference at Hardwkk, as was stated in Saturday's Times, but of the Women's Home Missionary so ciety of the Vermont conference, of which she is treasurer. "The Club Woman on Social Better ment" will be the subject of a lecture by Miss Caroline Crawford of New York, formerly dean of women at Middlebury college, before the Barre Woman's club in Howland hall Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The club extends a cordial in vitation to all teachers of the city schools to attend this lecture. Yesterday employes of the N. M. Nel son express agency were engaged trans porting large transformers from the company's stations in Graniteville to this city, where the shipments were made to Waterbury. On Saturday em- movert three TALK OF THE TOWN Cloth for balmacaan coats at Abbott's. Miss Louise Abbott left this morning for Burlington, where she is engaged to teach school this spring. TALK OF THE TOWN Latest in crepe dress goods at Ab bott's. Sale ladies' wash dresses, lot embroid ered dresses, $1.25, at Vaughan's. aw station, to augment the equipment of that station. The old transformers, which were removed yesterday from the substation, will be utilized at the com pany's plants at Waterbury. nd .Mrs. A. U. auies or iz ooum . f t) P0111Inv Mam street tor a lew flays, leu issi trangormpr8 to the Graniteville night for wateroury center, wnere they will spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. W. E.'LeBaron. . On one of the irly morning trains Saturday about twenty Spaniards ar rived in the city on their way to Barre town, where they have secured em ployment in granite quarrying. The party came from the vicinity, of San dader. Spain. They arrived in New York the first of last week and since that time visited in the vicinity of New Vork. At public auction' Saturday afternoon the Alice C. Shepard place at the half way settlement on the Montpelier road was sold to v . xsaggio, wno purchased the place for a home. The property con sists of a dwelling house and a lot with a frontage of 2(10 feet and a depth two thirds as long. The present occupants will vacate the house af once and Sir. Bnggio will move lf, family to the settlement at- once. Dan A. Perry, who represented the real estaV aironcy of that name, also sold a large amount of personal property at auction. The i crowd Mas good and. the bidding was brisk. That hardv anml, the complaint against ball playing in the streets and parks, has come to police headquarters again, hmce the snow began and leave the overflow the from the back lots had flooded streets and parks to such an annoying ; j extent that the omcers have been called. Qur on again to protect property and to rcg- j Imperial Quality "Nucut" Sale! Don't Miss Seeing It We have now displayed a choice assortment of "NUCUT" Glassware. Never were values or so near a reproduction of real cut glass offered at these pop ular prices. 10c, 25c and 50c each Ordinarily the impression from an advertisement . is exaggerated. This "NUCUT" Glassware is sold on its merits. Its richness and sparkling colors will add beauty as well as usefulness in any home. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OTHER DISPLAYS INSIDE G N. KENYON & COMPANY'S Cash Bargain Store I Economical (Housekeepers j i Read our ads. evwy day, and ourj ! large business has been built up by j ! This week, to show that there is J a big difference in ! FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ! I and that we are buying only the I J very best raw bean and by roasting!' ' it fresh every day we are able to J offer some exceptionally good values. Some Coffee is grown in Mexico, I some in Porto Rico, and a great deal I I more in Brazil. Tf Hops n't make no much differ- to pick up ence where it is grown as how it's pastimers ! j cultivated and what kind of cofTeej joded side I J it Auakea. J SPECIAL best 40c grade Coffee, this ! upi'k onlv 34C lb I ulate the juvenile games that are stnjredlj Regular 3,"c grade Coffee 29c lbs in the public highways. Recently Cur- j Rugular 30c grade Coffee ...24c lb J ncr par, nw mrmrg wmi youunui , 5 pounds Uac grade rresh Koast- I Tinkers and Cobbs. The invasion comes .J Coffee for $1.10 j at the very time when this year s crop ; I Ifif rrnH mav he mined for thm n-I I tire season and householders around the I nark have waxed rather wrathv. in their I appeals to the police. Now the officers j declare that ball players caught in the I park or on the streets will be dealt with j summarily. In other words, the. ordi nance relating to ball playing is to be enforced. C. L. U. Delegates, Notice! Regular meeting of Central Labor un ion of Barre will be held in Carpenters' hall, Nichols block, Friday, April 24, at 7 o'clock sharp. Important business is to be transacted. Note change of time on account 01 city meeting, a. cardi. Try our Special Green Tea, grown J 1 on the island of Formosa in the I j China sea. Kxperts say its flavor in J best. Only 39c lb. J j If you can got better, we would I and tell us if it does not please vou. 2 j We give 5 per cent, discount on all special and regular sales at our I store. I I Did You Ever Think that there is a big difference in the quality and yield of Flour? The housewife making a few loaves at a time doesn't know how many loaves she gets from a barrel. As a matter of fact, there is a difference of from ten to twenty-five loaves per barrel from some of the cheaper grades to the best, and more dif ference than that in the quality of the bread. We are using from eight to ten barrels of Flour per day in our bakery. You can readily see that it is for our interest to get the right Flour. We not only test it ourselves, but we get a labora tory test from time to time. As a matter of fact, we find the cheaper grades of Flour the most expensive to use in either bread or pastry. The quantity we are using enables us to buy it right. All of our Cream Bread is made from White Satin; per barrel (less 5 per cent, discount at store), $6.00. For pastry, use Bill Bell White Lily; per barrel (less 5 per cent, discount at store), $5.75. Monday Special White Flower Brand of Blueberries for To-day at Wholesale Price 2 cans of White Flower Blueberries for 25c This is another chance to secure some pie-making material cheap. F.D.LADD COMPANY