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THE BARKE DAILY TIMES, BARRE,' VT., TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914.
P. N. CORSETS
Will Give You That Slender Figure Which the Fashion
of To-day Demands
They are all their name implies. They are practical,
and that's why they are popular.
P. N. Practical Side Corsets are unbreakable, made
possible by the reversible side pieces, which without np
" ping or sewing permits the instantaneous reshaping of
the Corset.
Among P. N. models you will find the particular model
you require. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $3.uu ana j.iju pair.
We mail anything you want by parcel post.
PERRY CAMP
75 North Main Street
Barre, Vermont
TALK OF THE TOWN
Summer Pleasures without Summer
Discomforts 1 Indoors it's sticky and
moist. On the porch it's cool
when the Vudors are down.
Why not eat, sleep, live there this summer?
Thousands do it The cool air gives appetite and
forces you to dreamless sleep because it bathes the
nerves whilo you sleep. It cures them.
Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but
Iceep out glare. You can look out through Vudors,
but not in through them. They Mat they keep
"that new look," for they're stained, not painted, nor
dipped.
Authorized Agents for Barre
B. W. Hooker &
Co.
UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS
LICENSED EMBALMERS ,
HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE PROMPT. ATTENTION
TELEPHONE 87-11
CITY OF BARRE SCHOOL BONDS
The city of Barre offers for sale an issue of $49,000 of
four per cent, ten and twenty-year school bonds, tax
exempt in Vermont. This issue should prove attractive
to those who wish to invest in a high-grade municipal
bond, as the city of Barre has an exceptionally low bond
ed indebtedness; the bonds are coupon bonds of the
denomination of $500 each, the interest is payable April
and October 1. These bonds will be sold in amounts
to suit, the purchaser. Their validity and authenticity
is certified to by the Old Colony Trust Company.
For price and particulars apply to
JAMES MACKAY, City Treasurer,
Barre, Vermont
Painters' and Paperhangers' Supplies
' Bay State Liquid Paints Matheson White Lead Oils
Shellacs Varnishes Kalsomine Paste Wall Paper
Room Moulding and Brushes.
If we haven't what you wish, we will try to get it for you.
A. V. BECKLEY
Over Drown'a Drug Store
N. E. Telephone 31-11 46 North Main Street
The Pleasure of Summer
'E-Z' Couch Hammocks
Move to the porch.
While other people swel
ter indoors, while they
toss in bedrooms, you
sleep calmly. Refreshed
with plenty of pure air,
you awake in good spir
its, declaring that was a
bully good rest.
Strong, durable and of lasting quality, these Ham
mocks have proven successful in fifty homes in Barre.
This should without doubt convince you of the impor
tance of selecting an E-Z Hammock.
Look Our Line Over Get Our Pric
The Store of Quality
C. N. KEN YON & COMPANY'S
Cash Barf ain Store
Long Bilk glove at Vaughan's.
Suits and coats reduced at Knight's.
Fee Abbott's popular priced millinery,
Best values In white goods at Knight a,
Special silk waists at $1.23, $1.39,
$I.UH, at Vuughan s.
Mrs. Myrtie Winters of Trow hill was
operated on yesterday at the City hos
pital.
See that rathe weekly with all of the
latest news from Mexico at the Pavilion
to-day. Adv.
The Aldrich public library will close
every evening at 8 o'clock, beginning on
Monday, June 1. ,
The McWhortcr Co. are showing some
thing entirely new for summer sweaters.
Just the thing for golf.
Opening dance at Camp Comfort, Cal
ais, Friday evening, June 0. Van Or
man's orchestra. Full bill, $1.50.
Miss Nellie Young of White River
Junction arrived in the city last night
to pass a few days with friends.
Mrs. Charles Bovca left yesterday for
Newport, where she expects to spend the
remainder or we ween wnn remura.
James Ouirk returned last night to his
home at Providence, R. I., after a week's
visit in the city as the guest of friends.
Miss Annie Long, who has been the
guest of friends in Barre for the past
week, has returned to her Home at jiara-wick.
The party who took the $5 bill from
the Bijou theatre is requested to return
it to the theatre, as they are known.
Adv.
Caretaker wanted for Caledonia park.
Apply at Clan Gordon rooms, Bolster
block, Wednesday evening, between the
hours of 6 and 7 o'clock.
Miss Josephine LaRanee returned last
night to her home at West Lebanon, N.
II., following a few "days' visit in the
city as the guest of relatives.
A meeting of the benefit dance com
mittee will be held in the pavilion of
the Rangers' Football club to-night at 7
o'clock. Per order president.
The ladies' aid of the Baptist church
will serve supper Tuesday, June 2, from
to 7:30. Menu rresti strawberries,
hot rolls, assorted cake, tea, coffee.
Price, 20c.
Miss Cora Kennedy was a visitor in
the city yesterday on her wav to her
!ome at West Topsham from Went Ber
lins where she has been the guest of
friends for several days.
Mrs. Frank J. Martin of Richardson
street left this morning for Bellows Falls,
where she is to represent the Barre
Woman's club at the annual convention
of the Vermont Federation of Women's
Clubs.
One of the final school games of the
season will be plaved at the Berlin street
grounds Wednesday between Spaulding
and Montpelier high schools. The first
game between the two teams was won
by Spaulding at Intercity park last week
by the score of 7 to 'I.
Professor Giovanni Rossi left last night
for Boston, where he will remain until
Thursdav. During his absence. Profes
sor Rossi will procure new music to be
used bv the Italian chorus at its forth
coming music, festival. The members of
the. choral union, numbering nearly 80,
are practicing almost every day for the
presentation ot oxeerpts from some of
the best known operas. Sometime this
week a detailed announcement of what
the chorus intends to do will be pub
lished.
State's Attorney J. Ward Carver re
turned last night from Northficld, where
he represtited the state at a preliminary
hearing in the case against Edson Wil
ier, who was arrested yesterday by Chief
of Police Jerry Donahue on a statutory
charge. The complaint was made by the
state's attorney and arraignment took
place before Justice of the Peace San-
ford II. Kent. Through his counsel, R. A.
Hoar, illey waived examination and
was bound over to Washington county
court in the sura of fl,ono for his ap
pearance at the September term. Re
spondent being unable to furnish the nec
essary bond, he was committed to Wash
ington county jail at Montpelier to await
trial. The charge on which Willey was
arrested alleges that he committed an
assault on one Gertrude. Laforrest, a II-ycar-old
Northfield girl.
A force of workmen under the super
vision of C. L. Bugbee commenced the
work this morning of razing the so
called Jack's lunch room on Depot square
preparatory to the transfer of the
building to North Main street. The
building will be transferred to the lot
alt the front of the Hale auction market
on North Main street, where the lunch
business will cater to the public during
the construction of a new building on
the old lunch room site. Immediately
after the building is placed on rollers
and moved from the present site a force
of workmen will begin the construction
of a new building that will meet the
demands of the lunch business. The new
building will be a much larger affair than
the old structure. The old eatinghouse
will be razed within 30 days after the
placing on the North Main street lot,
according to the decree of the city fa
thers. William Duff, the well known artist
and decorator, has completed two at
tractive paintings of the Garble farms
at Turriff, Aberd eenshire, Scotland. The
pictures are exhibited in the window at
Hooker & Co.'s store. Each canvas re
veals a fine regard for detail and reflects
the artist's fidelity to the picture which
the mind's eye of an Aberdonian paints
as he recalls the familiar scenes of other
days. The colorings are remarkably well
done and people who are acquainted with
Scottish rural scenes are enthusiastic
in pronouncing the pictures excellent.
Two views of the Garble farms at Tur
riff are reproduced by the artist's brush.
Both are enclosed in harmonious frames
and many people have stopped already
to admire them. The paintings are to
be sent to James B. Grant of Wells Riv
er, a former Barre man, who spent his
boyhood at Garble farms. The work was
done in Mr. Duff's studio in the Aldrich
building.
Thirty-five members of the Philathea
class of the First Baptist church were
entertained last evening by Mrs. E. J.
mtcneider and .Miss Henrietta Inglis at
7 Clark street. A short musical program
was carried out, consisting of solos bv
Mrs. D. H. Cutler and Miss Inglis and
singing by the entire company. Later
in the evening, a $10 gold piece was
presented Mrs. F. G. Rogers, as a slight
testimonial from the ladies present in
consideration of the 10 years of faithful
service which she has just completed
as teacher of the class. This came as a
complete surprise to Mrs. Rogers, but
she was equal to the occasion and feel
ingly responded. Refreshments of ice
cream and cake were then served and
after a social half hour, the company
dispersed with the thought that the
honds of friendship between teacher and
class had been strengthened by one more
pleasant evening.
A. P. ABBOTT-CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
May Was a Large Month for Dry
Goods, Garments and Millinery
was
large
Lots of
weave of
Weather was ideal for a large business. Stock of goods
and in a far better assortment than was ever known before,
study put into spring and summer styles, It began in the
cloth, then followed up through all .the later styles of making up to
the finish of beautiful garments. .Whether ready to wear or made at
home all garments received that new touch that speaks for this sea
son's newer styles, The following are values that are fast sellers.
X
X
X
X
!
Beautiful Summer
Parasols
Every young lady in Barre would
like one of these new styled Parasols.
This is Follmer Cloggs' line of Par
asols, the largest distributors of Um
brellas and Parasols in New England.
Children's Parasols in this line at
10c, 50c, 75o and $1.00.
Ladies' Parasols at $100; from
that up. A Ladies' Hemstitched, All
Silk Parasol in all of the best colors.
These are all of them well made and
sell at a special price of $1.35 each.
The best Parasols that we carry
are not expensive. Rut very few go
over $3-98 each. Tese are all silk
made over the very best of fancy
paragon frames.
We have a Special Umbrella value
called the Uzar, warranted for one
year. Ask to see this guaranteed
Umbrella. See the firmness and the
style of the handles.
Summer Embroideries
Some of the finest Imported Em
broideries come through the house of
Muser Brothers of New York. These
are better made than domestic em
broideries; have better edges that do
not pull out in the washing and hold
their shape after successive washings.
These line Embroideries cost a lit
tle more for us to buy. Tbey go to
the trade at about the same price
as the poorer kinds made in this coun
try. .
These Imported Embroideries sell
Tor from 5c up to 75c per yard in
Edges; in Flouncings from 50c up
to $2 98 per yard.
We have a Special value in a 45
inch Crepe Voile, very heavily em
broidered with jam embroidery.
These sell fast for commencement
dresses. They are priced at $1-98
per yard.
Special lot of Allover Embroideries
for allover waists and children's
dresses; finer ones for babies' dresses
with very fine edges and insertions
to match.
Wash Silk Waists
Ladies' Wash Silk Waists are in
much demand, so much so the fac
tories are very slow on delivery.
We have just received a lot of these
Waists that we have had on order
for some time. They are Waist val
ues that we consider extra values,
and we feel you will agree with us
when you see them.
At $150 we have a Special value
in a Black Silk Waist that is made
from a tine quality India silk, and
in a plain tailored style.
At $1.50 is a new Wash Silk
Waist that is made in one of the
season's best styles, from a fine qual
ity India silk; assorted stripes.
At $1.50 is a Tlain White India
Silk Waist that is made up in one of
the new styles with a colored flat
silk collar.
At $250 are a number of new
Wash Silk Waist styles that are very
good. These come in the all white
and in the white grounds with colored
stripes.
Ladies' Separate Skirts
We are making some Special cut
prices on a lot of Odd Wool Skirts
to clean up stock. These are Skirts
where we only have one of a kind
left. You can get some good values
in this lot.
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS.
We are offering a lot of Odd Suits
in light and dark colors in the sea
son's best styles, at one-half the orig
inal prices to close. . You can surely
find your size in these in some col
or. If you are interested in Suits
you can not afford to let this op
portunity pass.
We have gone through our Coat
stock and picked out a lot of Odd
Coats, good styles, but Coats that we
cannot duplicate because the cloths
are closed. These Coats we have
marked at prices to clean up the
stock and give the trade the benefit
of the extra value.
All New Idea Patterns have seams allowed. The only pattern that sells for 10c that is absolutely cor
rect in style. They save you material and the style will surely please you. There is no better pattern
cut at any price than a New Idea 10c Pattern.
The Daylight Store
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Regular meeting sub
ordinate court Barre,
Xo. 3.317, I. O. F., will
be held Tuesdav, .Tune
2, in K. of C. 'hall at
7:30 p. m. A full at
tendance, is requested.
Distinctive service at Miers' Barber
Shop.
June sale muslin underwear at the
Yaughan Store.
Twenty-live and 50c silk hose, all col
ors, at Abbott's.
Special news from Mexico in the Pathe
weekly at the Pavilion to-day. Adv.
Regular meeting of ladies' auxiliary
of Clan Oordon, Tuesday, June 2, at the
usual hour.
Regular meeting of Bright Star Re
bekah lodge, Xo. 18, Wednesday evening,
June 3, at 8 o'clock.
Miss Harriett Blanchard of Concord,
N. II.. arrived in the city to-day to make
a visit with relatives.
Andrew Larson of Manchester, X. II.,
arrived in the city to-day to make a few
days visit with friends.
Automobile to Rent Five-passengers.
Will go anvwhere. James Hastings, 380
North Main street. Tel. 24-2.
L. J. Snow returned to-day to his home
at Moretown, after a few days visit in
the citr as the guest of friends.
L. M. Chambers, who has been spend
ing the past week in Barre, returned to
day to his home at Burlington.
Lost A dust cover, between this city
and North Montpelier. Finder please re
turn to Jones & NyeVlivery stable.
Angelo Rossi left the city last night
for Boston to meet a party of friends
returned from a winter's stay in Italy.
Salem Ghiz, the Blackwell street mer
chant, left this morning for Burlington,
where ho will make a business visit, of
several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Vigneault of Lit
tleton. X. H., are spending several days
with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Carson, of Laurel htrect.
There will be no meeting of the
Knights of Columbus to-morrow evening
in order to allow its members to attend
the Newman Dramatic club play.
Ernest Anderson of Websterville left
to-day for West Point, Lafoil Bay, X. F
where he will make an extended visit at
his former home. He will return to the
city in about three months.
Mrs. W. S. Davis and daughter.
Frances, who have been guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Robins of
French street, returned to-day to their
home at White River Junction.
Among the business visitors in the city
yesterday were Frank L. Flace of Bur
lington, a former resident; F. H. Stew
art, a Burlington civil engineer, and Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson Vassar of VVaterburr,
former residents of Barre.
The management of the Newman Dra
matic club has secured an engagement to
present the four-act society drama, "The
Price," at the Plainfield opera house on
Wednesday evening. June 10, just one
week following its initial appearance In
Barre.
The meeting of the United Missionary
society of the Heading M. E. church,
which was to have been held on Wednes
day afternoon, has been postponed on ac
count of the tuneral ot Mrs.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Special values in suits at Abbott's.
New white outing skirts at Yaughan's.
Warner's rust proof corsets at
Knight's.
Children's hats, baby bonnets, at the
Yaughan Store.
Ladies' white dresses ?2.0fl up, at the
Yaughan Store.
Parents are asked to see that every
child intending to be in the Children's
day exercises at the CoiiVtfational
church arc on hand for the rehearsal
to-morrow afternoon immediately after
school.
All soccer teams wishing to join the
Yermont football league (open to the
state of Yermont l please notify the sec
retary before the 6th of June.jG. Laing,
22 Plain street.
WILLIAMST0WN.
SOUTH FAIRLEE.
Rodney Ware and family have moved
to White Riv?r Junction. We are sorry
to lose them from this vicinity.
Forest Bailey has finished work at the
station. Edgar Powell is taking his
place.
r-velyn Miles has nnished work at .
E. Morey's and is at home for the sum
mer. Joshua Porter of Thetford hill spent
Friday and Saturday with his classmate,
Hawley George.
Mrs." May .Taplin of East Corinth vis
ited at II. H. Miles the last of the week.
H. H. Miles returned from his visit to
Topsham; Thursday. .
Several from here attended the Me
morial exercises at North Thetford, Saturday.
EAST BARRE.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank the neighbors and
friends who kindly assisted us in the
sickness and death of our beloved hus
band, father and brother.
Mrs. Alex. Lawson and family,
George and Alfred Lawson.
Avenll. un
til Thursday afternoon, when it will be
held at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. E. F. Xew
ell. Among those who registered at the
Buzzell hotel yesterday were: 01 win
Bowles, Washington, D.'C; R. A. Ham
mer, Xcw York; F. L. Pluer, Burlington;
William II. Briand, Wellesley, Mass.;
A. J. Kohn, Xew York; William Carroll,
Philadelphia; F. B. Merrick, Hartford,
Conn.; William Schmidt, Detroit, Mich.f
L. J. Snow,' Moretown.
Photographs for every lad who assist
ed in the work of clean-up week are
available through the efforts of the cam
paign committee and Alex. M. Troup, a
local photographer, who snapped the
workers in their various groups last
Wednesday. Nearly 600 pictures, or S!W,
to be exact, have been finished. Mr.
Troup made a certain number of pictures
for each group and each boy who figured
in the work of the afternoon will be
presented a mounted photograph of the
group in which he worked. When the
distribution is completed, it is expected
that every boy will have a souvenir of
the occasion. Members cf the commit
tee are working on a plan for the prop
er .distribution of the pictures and when
this is decided upon the juvenile squads
will be promptly notified.
Get That
Now b8?
In anticipation of the big
demand for Kodaks this
spring, we have put in a fine
line of the newest models.
There are some special new
features about Kodaks this
year that will appeal to you.
If you want to make the
coming summer a well-remembered
one, get your Ko
dak now so you wlil be pre
pared. Let us demonstrate
one of our Kodaks to you.
No extra charge, no obliga'
tion.
John VY. Stewart, a former resident,
who went to Portland, Me., last fall
with L. Marshall Jackson is in town for
a few days visit.
Memorial exercises at the grange hall
May 30th were largely attended and the
program arranged by the G. A. R. post
was successfully carried out. There were
interesting exercises by the school chil
dren, including a inarching team from
the primary room, illustrating varying
events in the life of a soldier. A recita
tion, "The Challenge," was pleasingly
rendered and Lincoln's (Jettysburg ad
dress was given by Warren Waldo. The
speaker of the day was Allen Martin,
esq., of Essex Junction, a native of the
town, and his address was listened to
with much interest. Music was fur
nished by a mixed quartet, composed of
Richard Jeffords, Mrs. Leon Poor, Mi's.
Alden Jewett and W. B. Jones. The
Williamstown comet band, under the di
rection of Clinton W. Cram, led the
inarch to the cemetery and return and
-lo gave selections there and at the
hall. The band boys were assisted by
drum major J. W. Yaw of Brookfield,
also by players A. B. Cram, now teach
ing in Windsor and L. A. Harrington oi
Chelsea. Dinner was furnished by the
Hcleif corps at the hall to veterans and
sons of veterans and the band.
Mr. La Tulippe, who had engaged to
work for Herbert T. Colby for the sea
son, is prevr-nted ty sicKness ana nas
returned to his former homo in Burling
ton.
George D. Poole, a former townman.
is visiting his brother, Henry Poole,and
old friends. His present home is in
Montreal. P. Q.
The high stirs played the Chelsea
high school team here on the afternoon
of Memorial day and it was easily the t
best game of the season so far. both
sides playing good ball, with few er
rors, result, 7 to 6 in favor of the home
team.
Several of the men who were thrown
out of work by the burning of the new
stonesheds were in Barre and Montpelier
yesterday looking up the prospect for
employment there and quite a number
will go there later.
Robert Kynoch begnn work as fore
man for Jones Brothers, Barre. the 1st
and John Marr has gone to Iberville,
P. Q.
NORTH CALAIS.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Hathaway, Thursday, May 2H.
Mrs. Clarina Burnham and daughter,
Frances, were visitors in Cabot on Fri
day. Miss Hoffman of Montpelier has been
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Claude
Young, for a few days.
Herbert Powers and family of Hard
wick visited Mrs. Emily Powers on Sat
urday. Mrs. Lueetta Hawkins, who has been
in town for several days, returned to
Morrisvillc Monday.
John Clifford and family of Barre were
visitors at E. A. Dailey's for the week
end.
Noah Holt's people enjoyed new ripe
tomatoes two weeks ago, of their own
raising, on vines grown in the house,
which bore two tomatoes the size of a
small orange.
J. II. Sentcr of Montpelier delivered a
stirring Memorial address at this place
on Saturday to a crowded house. This
was his 37th Memorial address. There
were 18 of the G. A. R. veterans present.
GRANITEVILLE.
Regular meeting of Rolert Emmett
court, No. 504, C. O. F., will be held on
Thursday evening June 4, at 7:30 sharp,
instead of Wednesday. Fer order chief
ranger, Felix McWhirk.
Special prices on all odd hats at Abbott's.
j Low Cost of Living!
Suggestions j
I 2 lbs. Evaporated Apples ...... .25c f
S 4 cans Van Camp's Soups .5cj
J 4 lbs. Ginger Snaps 95c J
I 3 It) s. Equal Crackers 15c
3 boxes Jellycon .........25c
I 3 cans Peas, Tomatoes or Corn.. 95c I
a Large box Ohio Matches 40c!
J Oleomargarine . 18c In J
I Potatoes aoc pk., 75c bu. j
j ORDER TOMATO PLANTS NOW j
Only 65c dozen J
Aster Plant aoc dozen I
Celerv and Cabace Plants are all
. .
1 ready.
2 Low prices on Bulk Garden Seeds..
J Papers of Garden Seeds 4c
I 10 lbs. Rhubarb 5CI
j Fresh-cut Asparagus every day. j
Drown's Drug Store
DRUGS AND KODAKS
GOOD VALUES
10 pounds of A or AA Oatmeal for 35c
10 pounds of Rolled Oats for 35c
Wheat Meal Breakfast Food in bulk, per lb.. . . 5c
4 packages of E. C. Corn Flakes for 25c
National or Silver Flake Oats, 25c size for 19c
Hecker Cream Oatmeal, per package 13c
Cream of Rye, a new cereal, each 15c
3 packages of Puffed Wheat for 25c
2 packages of Puffed Rice for 25c
Cut out the free coupons for Puffed Wheat, and
Rice. We redeem them.
Pie Material
2 pounds of bulk Evaporated Apple for 25c
2 pounds of Dried Peaches for 25c
Canned Blueberries for pies 15c
2 cans of Pumpkin or Squash for 25c
Buy Rhubarb to preserve now ; fresh-cut tender
Rhubarb, 15 pounds for 25c
F.D.LADD COMPANY

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