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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914.
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Money Saving Sale at Perry's
ON SATURDAY
PRICES THAT TALK ON GOODS YOU WANT NOW
An Extra Good Value in Bath Towels A 15c Value
10c Each Bleached Bath Towels 10c Each
Twenty dozen 17x34 take note of the size of this Towel; edge
hemmed, pure white bleached, an extra heavy weight, a 15c value.
We shall sell these Bath Towels for only 10c each on Saturday.
A Special Sale of Wash Dresses Reduced from $2.98
$1.98 Wash Dresses $1.98
One lot of snappy, up-to-date Wash Dresses that were $2.98, in
Copenhagen, Navy Blue, Helio, Tan and Gray ; to close this lot of
Dresses for only $1.98. Here is your opportunity to buy an up-to-date
Dress at a big saving.
An Extra Good Offer on Ladies Lisle Thread Hose
15c Value, 10c Pair Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose 10c Pair
A good wearing Hose that you cannot afford to overlook 10c
pair. Ladies' Gauze Lisle Thread Hope, a seamless Hose with
spliced heel and toe, wide elastic top. This is a 15c Hose. We
shall ask you only 10c a pair on Saturday.
A Special Offering on Scrim Curtains $2.00 Value
$1.69 Pair Scrim Curtains
One lot of Ecru Scrim Curtains in fine quality scrim with a
wide lace insertion; large size and an extra good value at $1.69.
We can save you money on this Curtain.
TALK OF THE TOWN
PERRY ca
75 North Main Street
CAMP
Barre, Vermont
Summer 'xi I 111
Summer Pleasures without
Discomforts I 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 while you sleep. It cures them.
Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but
keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors,
but not in through them. They Vast they keep
"that new look," (or they're stained, not painted, nor
dipped.
Authorized Agents for Barre
B. W. Hooker &
Co.
UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIBECTOR8
LICENSED EMBALMER3
HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE PROMPT ATTENTION
TELEPHONE 87-11
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's Drug Store
N. E. Telephone 31-11 46 North Main Street
ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
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 Prices
iS&arAeu. The Store of Quality
C. N. KEN YON & COMPANY'S
Cash Bargain Store
6ee tlie special suit values at Ab
bott's. A. O. H. meeting promptly at 8 o'clock
to-night.
Come to ttie sale of waists on Satur
day at Vaughan's.
Opening dance at Camp Comfort, Cal
ais, Friday evening, June 5. Van Or
man's orchestra. Full bill, $1.50.
Max Reaside of Central street returned
last night from Cambridge, where he
lias been visiting.
Mrs. A. Villa of Berlin street returned
home last night from Rutland, where she
ha been visiting friends for a few days.
There w ill be a meeting of the Sunday
school board of the Heading Methodist
church at 7:30 o'clock this evening at
the church.
Ralph Shepard, who has been the
guest of relatives for the past week, re
turned last night to his home in Wor
cester, Mass.
Mrs. H. S. Parks and daughter, Miss
KiJeen Parks, went yesterday afternoon
to Burlington to visit for a tew days as
the guest of friends.
J. P. Alger, one of the representatives
or Hie imeci importing company,
has been spending the past week in the i
city, returned last night to his home at j T
Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Peterson, who I
have been visiting relatives in Barre and IT
ixorimieia lor a lew uays, leu inns morn
ing by automobile for their home in
Hardwkk.
Charles A. Brown of Cliff street left
last night on a business trip through
New York state in the interests of the
manufacturing firm of Brown, Carroll 4
company.
Miss Jean'ette .Smith of Bellows Falls
was a visitor in the city yesterday as
the guest of friends while on her way to
Burlington to make a visit with friends
at the University of Vermont.
Charles B. Carpenter of Brandon and
E. Olny of Fitchburg, Mass., who have
been passing several days in Barre and
vicinity in connection with the develop
ment of their timber tracts, left last
nisrht for their respective homes.
Mrs. Al. H. Gerhardt of 30 Wellington
street left this morning for Boston,
where she will make a short visit with
relatives before proceeding to her for
mer home in Indianapolis,, Ind., to make
a stay of several weeks.
The management of the Newman
Dramatic club, which presented, "The
Price," a four-act society drama at the
opera house last evening, will present
the play at the Plainneld opera house on
Wednesday evening, June 10.
About sixty couples attended the con
cert and dance conducted in the Howland
hall last evening under the auspices of
Tinkers orchestra of St. Johnsbury.
During the evening the orchestra intro
duced several musical novelties.
W. h, Dewey of Ruth, N'ev., arrived in
the city yesterday to pass a few days
as the (cwft of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. An
drews of Maple Grove. He will return
to his home in about two weeks. For
the past few months Mr. Dewey has
lieen visiting at various points in the
east.
Among the Barre women who are rep
resenting Ruth chapter, Xo. 3, O. E. S.,
at the Hiinusl convention of Vermont
Eastern Stars in Burlington are Miss
Jennie Marr, Mrs. James R. Coutts and
Miss Ina Patterson. The sessions wi
continue through the remainder of the
week.
To-morrow the Italian Athletic club
seconds will auto over to Rochester to
play the first game of a series that have
been arranged between the two teams for
the nionths of June and July. The sec
onds will play in the afternoon and if
possible a doubleheadcr will be arranged
Jinniean, the star moundsman from
(iraniteville, has been engaged to do the
twirling tor the Italian team.
A considerable stir has been created
in Barre over the practice of running
automobiles through the city cemeteries.
Almost everyone who lias" seen fit to
join in the agitation has criticized the
habit which some autoists have of guid
ing their cars around the' cemeteries
whenever occasion arises for going to
the cemetery. (Some people, and there
are those who say they feel very keenly
in the matter, point to the. rule in other
New England cities where the auto Is
inhibited from entering the public burial
grounds. .According to those who are in
a position to know, Elmwood cemetery
is the more frequently visited of Barre's
two larger graveyards. The question of
putting a stop to the practice by creat
ing a special ordinance for that purpose
has been discussed several times.
Goddard seminary and Brigham aead
emy of Bakersfield will not meet at the
campus this afternoon as the result of
a telephonic communication received at
the seminary this morning. The acad
emy manager stated that his teammates
desired to call the game off for to-day,
although it is possible that arrange
ments will be made for staging a con
test here next week. Brigham eontem
plated a trip through central Vermont
with the announced purpose or strength
ening its hold on the state championship,
but the defeat which the seminary boys
inflicted on Brigham in its home town
is said to have thrown a wet blanket
over the aspirations of the upstate.
Brigham has been walking away with
most of the smaller teams in northern
Vermont and suffered its first taste of
defeat when the Goddard boys journeyed
north late in May. Goddard is booked
to meet Burlington high on the campus
to-morrow..
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A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO.
Are You
A. P. ABBOTT CO. 1
Ready For Vacation?
June is the month that many begin to plan for vacations.
There are many things that we must get together. We have
been planning for this for a long time and now we have a
well rounded stock of the articles that you will need to make
the trip or rest complete. In the ready-made department
we are making special prices on a lot of odd Suits, Coats
and Skirts. These are the season's best values in odd sizes,
or garments that we cannot duplicate. We are selling a lot
of Suits at half of the regular prices. A lot of skirts we have
put on one rack at prices to close them at once.
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Ladies' Linen and Mohair
Coats
We have just received a lot of La
dies' Linen and Mohair Coats, such
are especially popular for traveling
garments. These are Coats that are
made full length and with the full
English raglan cut sleeves. These
are a Coat that are made large and
full.
At $1.50 ia a Linen Finished Coat
that is made up with the full raglan
sleeve, has a good full skirt and is an
extra good value.
At $2 50 is a fine Linen Coat in
the natural color; is ma.Ie plain loose
back and the full armseye and rag
lan sleeve.
At $308 is a Natural Linen
Coat that is made from a good heavy
linen, has a good full sweep at the
bottom; is just the Coat for travel
ing. At $5.50 is a. Special value in
a Mohair Coat that is made full back
with belt that is detachable; is made
full raglan shoulder. This is a Coat
that is especially good for autoroobil
ing or a traveling Coat.
In the Linen Coats we can give you
a large range of styles and qualities.
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 91 .50 we have a Special value
in a Black Silk Waist that is made
from a fine 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 i Plain White India
Silk Waist that is made tip in one of
the new styles with a colored flat
silk collar.
At $2.50 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.
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
19c, 50c, 75o and $100.
Ladies' Parasols at $1.00; from
that up. A Ladies' Hemstitched, All
Silk Parasol in all of the beat 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. But very few go
over $3.98 each. These are all silk
made over the very best of fancy
paragon frames.
We have a Special Umbrella value
called the Uzar, warranted for one
vear. 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 fine Embroideries cost a lit
tle more for us to buy. They go to
the trade at about the. same price
as the poorer kinds made in this coun
try. These Imported Embroideries sell
for from 5c up to 75c per yard iii
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 yarn embroidery.
These sell fast for commencement
dresses. They are priced at $1.98
per yard.
Special lot of Allover Embroideri;
for allover waists and children's
dresses; finer ones for babies' dresses
with very fine edges and insertions
j to match.
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In our Millinery department we are making special prices on a lot of odd hats to clean up stock,
the season's best values that we want to clean up at once.
The Daylight Store
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TALK OF THE TOWN
WATCH THIS LIVE DRUG STORE
Every good time is a
good time to Kodak
Come to us. We have
them all, from the Vest
Pocket Kodak at $6.00 to
the 3A Special at $65.00.
We have all the Brown
ies, too, at from $1.00 to
$12.00.
Fresh Films and Papers
received each week.
DROWN'S DRUG STORE
Drugs and Kodaks
Silk waists at $1.25, $1.39, $1.08 up, at
Vaughan's.
A big sale of bath towels, 10c each, at
Perry's on Saturday.
John Gallagher went yesterday to
Plainfield, where he has employment
with the Plainneld Granite company.
Robert C. Brown of Windsor arrived in
the city yesterday to pass a few days
with his "parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Brown, of Bassett streetr
At 10c each, bath towels; 1730 inches
the size of the towel, hemmed ends, fine
bleached, a good heavy weight. We ask
you only lie each Saturday at Perry's.
Harvey C. Wyman, formerly of Barre
Town, died very suddenly at his home
in Bradford, June 1. He had been a
resident of Bradford for the past 10
years.
The ladies' guild of the Church of the
Good Shepherd will meet at the church
Thursday evening at 7:30. It is re
quested that all the ladies" connected
with the church try to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Edward Pratt left
the city yesterday forenoon for their
home in Pueblo, Col. They were accom
panied as far as Waterbury by Mr. and
Mrs. E. O. Holmes in their "automobile.
Don't fail to see the Barre A. C. play
the M. W. of A. of Burlington, Satur
day, at Intercity park. The Barre boys
are now traveling a fast gait and will
endeavor to moke it interesting for the
Queen city boys. Batteries for Barre,
Keneflck, Tomasi and Fowlie; for M. W.
of A., Gutchcll and Shortsleeves. Adv.
"If the state interdenominational Sun
day school has its annual meeting at
Barre, what is the Hedding church ready
to do?" All interested in the Sunday
school, as officers and teachers, and oth
ers, are requested to meet this evening
for a short discussion at the close of the
irayer meeting. The tonic for the regu
ar service is, "Has the Tide Really
Turned Religiously! How Is It in
Barret"
Preparations are going on for the re
ception of a large number of prospective
citizens at a session of the United States
naturalization court to be held at city
hall within a short time. At the May
session of the court, upwards of 50 out
of 100 candidates who have taken steps
to secure their citizenship, appeared be
fore the examiner. I he other SO, aug
mented by many others, will make appli
cation when Clerk F. S. Piatt of Rut
land and U. S. Attorney A. A. Church of
Boston come to town. Clerk Piatt is
devoting considerable time to short ses
sions of naturalization court in towns
where the number of new citizens seldom
exceeds 10 at eacii simmr. icsieraay
the court convened in Burlington to re-
ceive the applications of a half dozen
candidates. A large portion of those
who plan to take out first papers at
the forthcoming session are from Barre
Town.
Progressive - Prof es -sioeal
Pluarmacy
Of course it is necessary that prescriptions be compounded by
those who are wholly competent. Professional pharmacy only should
be practiced but there are other things to be considered, too, in
connection with prescription work. Great progress is being made
in medical science and new remedies are discovered constantly. Many
of these are very important and are often prescribed by physicians.
This creates new problems for the pharmacist.
So nowadays you must seek a place where Progressive, Profes
sional Pharmacy is practiced.
OURS IS SUCH A STORE
Tine Barre Dreg Co.
Corner Main and Merchant Streets
WE SAVE YOU 25 TO 30 PER CENT. ON DRUG NEEDS
TALK OF THE TOWN
Distinctive service at Miers' Barber
Shop.
Get your summer gparasols at Ab
bott's. See the children's parasols at the
Vaughan Store.
Long silk gloves, special, 40c, 75c, $1.00,
at Vaughan's.
Our $2.00 scrim curtains for $1.69 at
Perry's on Saturday.
Spray your trees and garden with py
rosc. For sale at the Kempton mill.
Mrs. H. Wr. Brooks of Washington
street has gone to Waterbury on a visit.
The regular meeting of the school bird
club' will be held Friday afternoon in
the Mathewson school building at 4:15
o'clock.
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Special communication of
Granite lodge. No. 35, F. &
A. M., Friday evening at
7:30. Work. F. C. degree.
William Hurry, W. M.
A regular meeting of
Green Mt. council. No.
736, Royal Arcanum, will
Jfra be held Friday evening at
P 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
'vV 1 II If 1
nun, .mp in wis Hre re
quested to bf present.
iFor Fresh Fish!
Phone 400
TALK OF THE TOWN
See Abbott's wash goods tables.
Money saving sale at Perry's on Sat
urday. White sale muslin underwear at the
Vaughan Store.
You will want some of those bath tow
els on sale for 10c each at Perry's on
Saturday.
The Barre A. C. have secured for an
attraction Saturday at Intercity park,
the strong M. W. of A. team of Burling
ton. This team is out for the state
championship and has not lost a game
this season. So come out, fans, and see
what the B. A. C. can do against them.
Admission 25c, ladies free. Adv.
TALK OF THE TOWN
There will be a meeting of R, B. Cran
dall post, G. A. R., No. 5rt, at their hall
Saturday, June 6, at 2 p. m. It is asked
that all comrades make an effort to be
there, as there is business of much im
portance to come before the meeting.
John W. Averill, Com.
For Sale Nine-room house, barn and
chickenhouse, five acres of land with 40
apple trees, located in a small country
village. A small business goes with this
that brings in $300 per year, without
any capital invested in the business; can
be" handled bv a ladv or man in poor
health, all for"$SOO, part cash. Smith &,
Dashner, agents.
7:30; adoption;
served.
Regular meting
of Winnetta coun
cil. No. 10, Thurs
day, June 4, at
refreshments will be
lip
Special conclave of St. Aide
mar comruandery. 'o. 11, K.
T Thursday evening at 7:30.
Work, R. C. degree. W. P.
Scott, E. C.
Regular meeting of Hiawa
tha lodce. No. 20. I. O. O. F..
'xtr will be held Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock. Work, initiatory de
gree. A large attendance is desired at
this meeting. Per order. N, G
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Thursday afternoon or early Friday i
I mnminff Our fnma u-ill st.rt nna I
hour earlier during the hot weather; j
J don't be late.
This week we have an extra fine
line of Ocean and Lake Fish that are J
I real fresh.
5C to 35c each I
20c lb a
20c lb !
I Pickerel JC lb
Dressed Perch 20c tb j
I Halibut oc and 25c lb J
Salmon 25c lb 1
I 1,1.. i': I. f. I
1 nine riMi m. iu
jWhitcfifh
Shore Haddock
fresh rish V
I Extra nice Mackerel
Bull Pouts
Lake Trout
15c lb I
ioc and 12c tb !
I Rock Cod Joe and 12c lb J
Cusk 10c and 12c lb 1
J Flounders ioc tb
j Look! Wet Shrimp 25c pint j
Lobsters, alive or boiled; cracked j
and dressed to please. j
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aloes
This is the time to eat Fresh Mackerel. They are
at their best now, either to bake, broil or fry, and the
price is low.
Large Mackerel, each . . . 28c
Lake Tike, lb 20c
Lake Pickerel, lb 13c
Lake Trout, lb 20c
Fresh Salmon, lb 20c
Extra large Mackerel, ea., 33c
Eastern Halibut, 20c to 22c
Steak Cod 10c and 12c
Shore Haddock, 10c and 12c
Flounders, lb 10c
Chicken Lobsters, all styles, per lb 25c
Finnan Haddies, made each day, per lb 12c
Fancy Maryland Berries, full weight baskets.
Fresh-cut Native Asparagus, large bunches . . . 20c
New Beets, Cabbage, Cucumbers and Wax Beans.
Tomato Plants, strong, healthy plants, per doz. 65c
F.D.LADD COMPANY

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