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THE BAliltE DAILY TIMES, BAItltE, VT., MONDAY. JUXE 22, 1914.
You'll Want Some of These Values A Special Value in Ladies' Gauze Vests A Number That You Usually Pay a Higher Price For A 15c Value, 10c Each Ladies' Gauze Vests, 10c Each Three styles to choose from; (1) plain web shoulders, silk tape neck and armholes;- (2) medium wide lace yoke, lace and mercer ized neck, and armholes ; (3) extra wide lace neck and mercerized tape neck and armholes. A Vest worth more money than we are asking. Only 10c each on Saturday. Here is a good value in a Bath Towel : 21c Each, Large Size Bleached Turkish Towels 21c Each Size, 22x44; extra heavy, pure white, exceptional value in a large Towel at this price. Only 21c each on Saturday. A Reduced Price on Wash Dresses lin or Linene Dress at a big saving on Saturday : line or JLinene Dress at a big saving on Saturday: $3.50 Crepe Dresses for $2.50 each. $2.98 Linene Dresses for $1.98 each. $3.75 Muslin Dresses for $2.75 each. $4.75 Ratine Dresses for $3.50 each. Let Us Show You This Lot of Dresses. PERRY (& 75 North Main Street CAMP Barre, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN ' WY44WWW4 Regi Vacuum na Sweepers Will positively com pare with any Vacuum Sweeper . manufactured to-day. They comprise the 'largest line manufac f or making the best is un- tured; their reputation equalled. No greater ef ficiency is found in any other sweeper. Before deciding, compare the Regina with others. Try them side by side in your home. You will readily see these facts to be true. We can tell you of a hundred satisfied users to-day to whom we have sold Vacuum Sweepers. JOIN OUR CLUB Our Easy Payment Plan places one in YOUR home. Their comparative results will warrant your deciding on a REGINA. Call at our store or, better still, ask us to come to your home and demonstrate, C. N. KEN YON & COMPANY'S Cash Bargain Store ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES Special coat values at Abbott's. Drees sale all this week at Fitts'. When in a hurry, step into Miers' bar ber shop. See those wash dresses at $1.25 at the Vaughan Store. Dressmaker will go out by the day or will take sewing home. Tel-r 168-W. William Hutching returned last night from Xorthfield, where he has been vis iting relatives. Mrs. Grant A. Lane and daughter, Barbara, are spending' several weeks at Queen City park. Mrs. W. A. Lane and sons, Earle and Willis, have returned home from a week's stay at Queen City park. Mayor W. H. Ward and Mrs. Ward and son have returned home from an ex tended automobile tour through Massa chusetts. Mrs, G. H. Adams and Mrs. Xellie A. Bridger left yesterday for Burlington, where they will attend commencement this week. Miss Pearl Miller of Woodsville, N. H., is spending several days in the city as the guest of Miss Abbie C. Moxley of 25 Park street. Henry Hull and daughter, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Morri son of Batchelder street, have returned to their home in South Woodbury. Children having a part in the concert to be given at the I'niversalist church next Sunday are requested to be at the vestry Tuesday at 4 p. m. for rehearsal. Union Universalist and Unitarian bas ket picnic at Caledonia park Wednesday, June 24. Train leaves Wells River sta tion at 10:20. Ball game and various sports in the afternoon. Take a day off. The U. U. U. picnic means you. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Leavitt and Mr. and Mrs. Daniels of Worcester, Mass., who are making an .extended tour of the Green Mountain state, called on friends in Barre to-day. Mr. Leavitt is a former resident of St. .Johnsbury and will visit in his native town before re turning to Worcester. Mrs. I. C. Bean, who has been passing several days with friends in Barre and Xorthfield, left to-day for her home in Brockton, Mass. Mrs. Norman York, who has been making an extended stay with relatives in southern Massachu setts, has gone to Burlington for a few days' visit. Mrs. William Bolt went this morning to Essex Junction to be the guest of friends for a few days and Mrs. Alexander Ogston went this fore noon to Norwich to attend the com mencement week exercises at Norwich university, where her son is a student. Miss Elizabeth Carson of 1 -a lire I street left to-day for Littleton, X. II., where she will remain for several days as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Francis Vig neault. T. W. McKenaie of Liberty street left last night on a business trip to Albany, N. Y., and vicinity in the interests of Burke Bros'. James Ander son went to Boston this morning for a stay of several days. Among the pleasant sights in Vermont at this season of the year are those af forded by wild deer cavorting about the hills and valleys with almost as much freedom from fear as domestic animals show. This morning Will Holden and Fred Eaton were returning from Berlin pond by automobile when they came upon three deer two does and a fawn feeding in the field at the Morrison farm, a mile and a half from this city. The autoists stopped and watched the ani mals for some minutes. Yesterday auto mobile parties on the road from Barre to Bradford had a near view of a doe dipping her toes in the river which runs beside the road. The deer looked upon the automobiles wiu. much interest and showed little fear, although quite near the road. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Many Seasonable Values Here you will find some seasonable values in the sumer merchandise that should help you in your purchases and at the same time help us. . , , We have some extra good values in Ladies' White Wash Skirts that are the season's best. At $1.25 is a line of Bedford Cord Skirts that are made 'in the season's best styles. A new Skirt just in, is made from a fine quality Eponge and sells at $2.98. We have some very good values in Ladies' Silk and Muslin Waists, in the season's best styles. ' At $5.75 is a special value in Ladies' Silk Dresses. These are made in the season's best styles, and some of them are Dresses that sold at $8.50. Now only $5.75. Separate Coats We have some very good Coat val ues that we are offering to the trade to clean up our stock in qualities that are the season's best. At one-half price are about 15 Coats Of the season's beet values. These are Coats in our better grades that are odd and cannot be duplicat ed. Coats that sold at from $18.00 to $25.00. Now to close at one-half price. This mean the season's best Coats at the price of a cheap coat. We have a few Coats in Blues and Black that we are offering at prices that wil clean them up at once. These are Odd Coats and Coats that we have been able to pick up much under the regular price. If you want a good Coat value you cann"5t afford to let these values pass. At from $5 98 to $9 OO are a few good Coats in the Balmacaan style; are Coats that are new, and come in good mixed cloths. At half-price are a ew Misse' Junior Coats in the season's best styles. Ladies' Tailored Suits We are closing out a lot of our best Tailored Suits in the season's best models at only one-half the reg ular price. These are Suit values that you .should not let pass if you want a Suit for the cool days and evenings in summer or for the early fall wear. We have some values in Ladies' Dresses that will appeal to many who want a good Colored Silk Dress. We have a few Odd Dresses that we sold at $8.50 that we have put in with our regular $5-75 Dress values to clean up stock. In Children's Colored , Dreiises - we can surely give you some good values. These are Dresses that are made up from a good quality gingham and per cale that we are selling at from 69c to $1.50 each. We have our usual large stock of Ladies' White Separate Skirts that are made up in the best styles and in all the leading styles. At $2 98 is a new White Eponge Skirt that we got in this last week. We have Rep and Cotton Corduroy Skirts at from $1.25 to $3 50. Silk Hosiery and Gloves The trade are very fast coming to Silk Hosiery, especially for their best Hose. Silk Hose in a good wearing qual ity that has a fine appearance of better Hosiery at 25c per pair. Good Silk Hose that has an all silk ankle, very serviceable if care fully put on. These 50c per pair. Silk Hosiery at $1.00 is the same grade as sold last season at $1.25. All of the above Silk ifosiery come in colors to match nearly all shades of suits and dress goods. In the last three years we have tested out several makes of so-called best Silk Gloves and we find in these different makes quite a difference in fit and more difference in wear. We are now pinning our best faith to the Hall Silk Glove. These we buy di rect from the makers, saving all the profits of jobbers. We get better quality for the price and sell them at 50c, 75c, and $1.00, according to their length. Wash Goods These are New Wash Goods that are under-priced. We have just assorted up a table ful of 25c cloths in different kinds and marked this lot at l.Sc per yard. All 25c goods or better for 18c per yard. Arrived this morning: a new cloth, 27 inches wide, called Persian Flow ered Corded Crene. ' Very good for warm weather dresses. Will wash, and the price is but 25c per yard. For ladies' underwear we are selling very freely Yard-Wide Japan ese Cloth in both grades, 12 l-2 and 18c per yard. Yard-Wide White Shian Cloth. This is a very fine mercerized cloth, made to sell at 25c per yard. On the order of a nainsook. This lot at 20c per yard. Endurance Cloth is our latest on the order of Devonshire cloth, with colors just as fast; the price makes it the best cloth for the price in our stock; only 12 l-2c per yard. If you want the best Bathing Suit you ever used, you should try one of the Water-Sprite Suits. These are a one piece suit that is made in the best manner and from materials that are guaranteed the best. See the special values in ladies and children's sizes at $1.50 each. We have a fine Mohair at $2.50. , The Daylight Store TALK OFTHE TOWN Special suit sale at Abbott's. Great displav of colored silk boot ties at Fitts'. Summer underwear special at , the Vaughan Store. Spray your trees and garden with py- rox. eor sale at rne ivempvon mm. TALK OF THE TOWN A few silk dresses at nearly half price at Vaughan s. Born .Sunday, a son to Mr. and Mrs Charles Leel of Brook street. A son was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Abair of Elm street Look at the genuine tango pumps of The Barre Choral union will meet to- the best quality for children and misses night t 7:30 in the Worthen hall, and, t the People's (Shoe Store. $2 and all members art requested to be present, j $2.50. Tickets for the Barre Chora! union At a largely attended auction sale on t k tvmn t thn Barre ODera ' Nelson street Saturday afternoon, the house Thursdav evening, June 25, will be found at the Red Cross Pharmacy; prices 25, 35 and 50 cents. Oil Italian! che desiderano di procurari le tickette per il concerto che dara al teatro di Barre June 25 la societa Corale di Barre li troveranno in vendita alia Framacia del Red Cross. Pretii, 25, 35 and 50. $1.00 IS PUTS THE THREE-IN-ONE house at No. 28, owned by Charles Bald win, was knocked down to Frank K. Gladding of Washington street. The price paid was $2,210, and following the disposal of the house the household ef. fects were sold at auction. Mr. Glad ding will occupy his new purchase as a home. The sale was in charge of Dan A. Perry. IN YOUR HOME The Vacuum Carpet Sweeper That Will Remove from a Cupful to a Quart of Dirt in Two Minutes from Your Carpets and Rugs After They Have Been Beaten or Otherwise Ckaned The Sweeper-Vac is positively the only machine in the world combining a complete vacuum cleaner and a com plete carpet sweeper. By our SPECIAL SWEEPER-VAC CLUB PLAN One Dollar membership fee will put this machine into your home. One dollar membership fee applies on the low spot-cash price of your SWEEPER-VAC, balance to be paid by $1.00 weekly dues. AS THIS OFFER IS LIMITED INVESTIGATE TODAY JOIN THE Sweeper-Vac Club 1l s A. ' -9 If you want to save miles of weary steps for your tired feet and many back-aches from broom pounding if you want to ceafce befoul ing the air with disease-laden dust, only to again settle on your bric-a-brac and expen sive furnishings if you forever want to do away with the upheav al and drudgery , of the spring and fall house cleaning if you want to end for all time the necessity of taking up carpets and . rugs to beat them or send them to the cleaners, then be one of the lucky few and join the (w ft") rPW t - Sweeper-Vac CLUB HELD ENJOYABLE REUNION. Sixty Members of Perry Family Gath ered at Plainfield. Plainfleld, June 22. -A reunion of the Perry family was held Saturday at the old homestead in the south district, now owned and occupied by Theron C. Perry. On the place where their ancestor. Elder James Perry, settled back in 1795, AO persons gathered, many arriving in the morning and the entire party being as sembled by early afternoon. The early hours were spent in greet ings and reminiscences and in viewing i many familv relics which date back a century and more, and shortly after noon a baket luncheon was served in a grove beneath the "old elm." Following the luncheon, swings and other amusement were enjoyed by the children, while the men indulged in an exciting baseball game nearby, much to the amusement of the other members of the party. Late in the afternoon a program was given at the house, including the follow-' ing numbers: (Selections by the Perry orchestra; "Welcome," Ruth and Miriam Cheney j vocal duct, Edah and Thelma Perry; address of welcome. Theron C. Perry; recitation. Arthur Perry; dia logue, Blanche Corliss and Alice Reed; song, Cheney quartet; reading, Dorothy Perry; singing of "America"; recitation, .Tame Perry; recitation, Elizabeth Perry; song by Beatrice, Msrjorie and Grace Perry; reading of deed to home stead, dated February 16. 1795. by Wil liam A. Perry, and "Home Sweet Home," by the company. An organizatibn was formed for a con tinuance of the reunions, the officers elected being as follows: President, Wil liam A. Perry of Barre; vice president, Theron C. Perry of Plainfield; secretary, Mrs. Abbie Corliss of Barre; treasurer, Mrs. T. C. Perry ot Plainfield. Although they had sung "Home Sweet Home" sev eral hours previously, most of the party did not disperse until late in the even ing. The reunion was most enjoyable. TALK OF THE TOWN Ask for Munsing suits at Abbott's. Xew neckwear and ribbon belts at the V aughan Store. Automobile livery. Parties carried anywhere at reasonable rates. E. E. Kye, 119 Prospect street. Tel. 434 3. Adv. Regular meeting of lumpers, boxers and derrickmen's. No. 50, will be held in Foresters' hall Tuesday evening, June 23, at 7:3ft o'clock; election of officers. Cor. Sec. Thos. Holder. The board of directors of the W. D. Quimby & company have declared their regular two per cent quarterly dividend on preferred stock, payable July 8 to stockholders of record July 1. AdV THE SWEEPER-VAC SMILE Of Approval is Now Met With in AiiiWaC very City amd Town of the Civilized World You Are Invited to Our Free Demonstration NO OBLIGATION-JUST CALL i Order Pineapples and. Rhubarb for Canning ; Now ! Given Informal Reception. An informal reception was held Friday evening in Clan Gordon hall in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Milne, who recently returned from their wedding trip to Boa ton and other Massachusetts cities. The grand march was led by the bride and Alex McKinnon, who acted as grooms man at the recent wedding. They were followed by Miss Annie Lillie, a sister of the bride, and Mr. Milne. About 5rt couples joined in the march. The evening was given over to danc ing, while an impromptu program was given at intervals during the evening. Brace's orchestra furnished music for the dancing. Alex McKinnon and John Du guid acted as floor managers. The program consisted of the follow ing numbers: Song, "It's Nice to Get Up in the Morning," Harry Clark; song, "Down by the Old Mill Stream," Mrs. Williams Innis; reading. "The Dying Sol dier," Mrs. William Lillie: song, "Lea Rig," William Innis; song. "Afterwards," Miss Gertrude Dale. All responded to encores. John Paul, in behalf of the company, presented the couple a beautiful comb nation china closet and buffet and a handsome dinner set. Mr. Milne re sponded for himself and wife in a very feeling manner. Refreshment of ice cream and cake and later coffee and sandwiches, soda and other goodies were served by four young girl friends of the bride. Toasts were given by several gen tlemen In a hearty manner. Somewhere in the wee sma' hours the merry party, joining hands, sang "Auld Lang Syne." Then, after wishing the happy couple a long and prosperous future, they dis persed, tired, hut all declaring they had had a most enjoyable time. TALK OF THE TOWN See the water-sprite bathing suits at Abbotfs. Summer dresses and wash skirts at Vaughan's. Big mark down on all coats at tho Vaughan Store. Socialists of Barre, Montpelier, lUrr Town, Xorthfield and Watcrbury ara planning to unite in a field day at tt,t Shepnrd farm Qn the Montpelier road. The day will be made the occasion for an old fashioned family picnic and for the first time in a number of years So cialists of Washington county will meet together to celebrate' Independence day. The program will be patterned after the field day of county Socialists last year. GRANITEVILLE. Roller skating at the new gymnasium June 22. 23 and 24. Admission 10c. Skates 13c a session. Ladies' admission free. The cemented patch is but a very unreliable makeshift have the punc ture repaired RIGHT here by STEAM VULCANIZING. STEAM VULCANIZING cures the rubber rightit DOESN'T sap the life out of the rubber like the dry heat of electric or gasolene vulcaniz ing. The puncture repaired here is a puncture that will NEVER bother you again. The cost is nominal and service prompt. Vermont Tire & Rubber Co. 14 Prospt St.. Phon 1S7-W ( Monday S pecia if JL Cantaloupes ioc each. Native Lettuce, Radishes and Aspar- I a pus I i j Nire lot of Chickens for Saturday. ; I Veal, Beef, Pork. Lamb and some I : a extra nice Corned Beef. S Try Some of Those Cottage Biscuits, I 8 f or jc I i I Cinnamon Rolls ic each Rye,. Vienna Bread, I Berwick Cakes, etc w. & COMPANY, Vermont's Largest House Furnishers HOOKER L. . J This is a bargain you cannot afford to overlook. For to-day only, from our Fish Department window, a full count, regular size 5c package of Toilet Paper, 10 5c packages, net price to-day only 25c Canned Salmon The prices on Canned Salmon are very firm, with prospects of higher prices. We can sell you: Tall one-pound cans of Pink Salmon at 10c Tall cans of Seward Red Alaska Salmon 15c Tall cans of Matchless Red Alaska Salmon 18c One-pound Steak Salmon, flat cans 20c Flat half-pound Matchless Steak Salmon 15c Flat pound Matchless Steak Salmon 25c Meat Department Pure Steam-Rendered Lard from native pig pork. No. 3 pail, 45c; No. 5 pail, 75c; No. 10, $1.40; No. 20, $2.S0; less the usual cash discount. F.D.L ADD COMPANY'