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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BARUJS, VT., JIOXUAV, JUL.V 13, 1UH.
5 Reduced Prices on Wash Dresses Look at this lot of Dresses new, before sold: $4.98 Crepe Dresses reduced to $3.50 4.75 Ratine Dresses reduced to 3.50 3.75 Crepe Dresses reduced to 2.75 3.50 Crepe Dresses reduced to 2.50 2.98 Linene Wash Dresses 2.00 1.50 Linene Wash Dresses 1.19 The above is an excellent opportuntiy to buy some 6nappy up-to-date Wash Dresses at greatly reduced prices. TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY . 75 North Main Street CAMP Barre, Vermont Full 'models, Warner's corsets, at Knight's. Special towel values t Abbott', 2 for 25 cents. Spray your trwi and garden with py tox. For aulo at the Krnpton mill. The greatest three-reel drama ever produced at the Pavilion to-day only.- Adv. A meeting of the picnic committee of the firunite City Quoitiiig club will be. held to-night at 7:30. The ladies' union of tho Universalist church will bold a lawn party Wednes day evening, July 18, on the church lawn. Ice cream and cuke will be served. A. R. Campbell, sewing machine ei- pert, is in town. Kepairs an Kimm or sewing machine. Work skilfully doiu at residences. Order left at Homer FitU Co. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. B. W. Hooker & Company Reg. Price $23.00 Club Price $18.00 ... IRl E 3 3 Iii 3 Reg. Price $23.00 " Club Price $18.00 Are You Ready for Vacation? We are in the midst of our vacation season and are making every ' effort to have the goods, that will make you cool and comfortable. This is the time in the season when we are closing out all odd lots and broken sizes in every department, and we surely have some very good values for you. Our policy is to clean up stock each season and to do, it when the trade can use such goods to good advantage. We are putting prices on a lot of odd Coats, Suits, Dresses and Wash Goods that will surely be a good saving to you, and at the same time help us to get our stock ready for the later business. See the special Water-Sprite Bathing Suit; is a one piece suit in the season's best materials a popular prices. MAT "Are Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On." Special Sale for a Few Days Only Special Hotel Style Mattresses Covered With Beautiful Mercerized French Art Twills A softer and more luxurious Round Corner Mattress, of extra weight and thickness; one of the most popular Ostermoor styles. Four-inch insearhed bound edge border. Weight 50 pounds. This is Ostermoor & Co.'s regular $23.00 Mattress and we are authorized to sell twenty-five (25) Mattresses at the the special price of $18.00, two parts cost 50c extra, and we are going to allow responsible people to buy upon the Club Plan, $2.00 to join and then $1.00 weekly until the club membership of 25 is filled. The only place in town where the celebrated Ostermoor Mattresses are sold. Shop Early B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furnishers Bathing Suits Have you noticed the Water-Sprite Bathing Suit? It is a cms-piece fit ted Suit, made on lines that are right, and from a material that is guaranteed as to color and service. At $1.50 ia a Misses' Junior Bath ing Suit that ia made from a fine quality blue twill; ia finished wit ft white and red braid. At $1.50 we can give you a good Water-Sprite Ladies' Bathing Suit that i one of the beat value for the money we ever put out. At $2 25 and $2 50 ia a Blue gerge Water-Sprite Bathing Suit. At $3 OO. $4 50 and $5 00 are aome Water-Sprite Bathing Suits that are made from a fine quality mohair. Ladies' House Dresses While we are having our apecial aale of Thin Colored Dresses and White, we are putting in a lot of Light Ground House Dresses in a good quality of percale and gingham at prices that will interest any who want a good morning or afternoon dress. At 98c each we are putting in this special sale a lot of Dresses in dif ferent styles and cloths. These House Dresses are mostly low neck, a few high necks, and are Dresse that sold at $1.25 and $1.50. We are letting you have your choice ol any in the lot at 98c. In Children'a Dresses we have lot of percale and gingham models that are good values at the regular price. There are only two or three of a make. At 59n each are all Children's Dresses in percales and ginghams hi qualities that sold at from 79c to 85c each. These are good values in sizes from 6 to 14 years. At 98c are all the better Ging ham Dresses in medium light and dark colors. These are Dresses that sold at from $1.25 to $1.75 each. Now to close at 98c. i Ladies' White Dresses We have ft lot of White Dresses that we have put on one rack to close at prices that will interest any who want a good White Dress. At $3.08 are a number of White Dress values in plain muslin and voile; are Dresses that are made and finished in the best of shape; aro Dresses that sold at from $3.00 to $5.!)8 and to close at $3 98. At $5.98 are a few White Dresses that are made in a go-d quality voile and rice cloth, also a tine muslin; are Dresses that sold at from $7.50 to $8.50. Now to close at $5.98. At $6 98 are a few better White Dresses in good qualities that sold at $10,00. Now $6-98. At $7.98 are a few Odd Dresses in White; are made in a good quality muslin and finished with lace and muslin; are Dresses that sold at $11.00 and $12.00. At $9.98 sre a few better Dresses in the season's best values that sold at $14.00 and $18.50. These are sam ple Dresses. To close at $9-98. If you want a good White Dress value you should see these Dresses. Men's Night Shirts We are always interested in any garment that will be of interest to the trade. When in Boston a few days ago we were able to get hold of one of the best Men's Night Shirt values we have seen in a long time. These we are going to put out at a price that will be of interest to all. This Shirt which we are going to put out at 79c each is mad, from the fine White Fruit of the Loom cot ton; is made full size; is cut full under the arms; has a large armseye; has a full sweep. At 79c this Men's Night Shirt is a value that is worth much more; is a regular dollar value. Shirt ia made round neck, V front; is fin ished with a wide bias band around the neck and down front. ' If you are interested in the best Men's White Cotton Night Shirt, see. these values at only 79c each. If you do not say they are worth more than one dollar we will be glad to take them back. If in need of a good Suit see the values in Serges and Eponge Cloth that we are now selling at one-half price. We are also putting out a lot of Coat values in colors and values that are extra good on one rack. We give you your choice at one-half price to clean up stock. At 65c per yard is a special 44-inch wide Ratine. ( The Daylight Store t i : : t TALK OF THE TOWN De, 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 Stors N. 5. Telephone 31-11 46 North Main Street TALK OF THE TOWN If you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in The Times New Arrival of Baskets A cleaner, better or nicer stock we never showed. Baskets that show good workmanship and built to stand long usage. Whatever your needs may be, we can supply you. CLOTHES BASKETS LUNCH BASKETS MARKET BASKETS BUSHEL BASKETS HAMPERS, ETC. See the New REED BASKET C N. KENYON & COMPANY'S Cash Bargain Store "The Store of Quality" John Cooper left yesterday for Mon treal, where he expect to make a 10 day' atay with relatives. Mrs. K. A. Thean went Saturday to Northfield, where ahe will pas the re mainder of the month with relativea. Barney Marshall, who haa been upend ing a 10 davs vacation with relatives in Toronto, Ont., returned home last even ing. John W. Vaughan of Maple Grove left Saturday night for Boston, where he will remain for a few days' business visit. Mrs. Thomas Venner jr., left Saturday for her former home in Keene, X. H., where ghe expects to pasa two weeks with relativea. Ouy Oltolini of Blackwell street, who is taking a vacation from his duties in the C. W. Averill Co.'s hardware store, left tin morning for Highgate Springs, where he will pass a few days in camp, Dr. and Mrs. C. Leroy Darling, who were recently married m this city, re turned Saturday from a wedding trip, and passed the week-end with the lat ter parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- !onaId, of Liberty street. Last even ing they left for Lowell, Mass., where they will take up their residence. Fair weather smiled on more than 100 excursionists who left the citv this morning over the Central Vermont rail road for St. Albans. From St. Albans, the pleasure arekera left on the Chat eatigay for three hour of rest, recrea tion and pleasure. On the itinerary were pointa along the New York shore. The Barre reereationists will not ar rive in the city until on the return until 12:30 a. m. Tuesday. Many people from the outlying towns drove to Barre to take the 8:15 train and the agent at the station estimated that a total of 105 had purchased tickets. Fapera were passed to-day in a transaction between Daniel P. Mansfield and wife and Charles Thompson and Elizabeth Thompson of this city. The property figuring in the tranctinn is a i.i-acre farm in Berlin, located I'i miles from West Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Thomp son come into poseion of the farm as well as the stock, crop and tools. Already they have started transferring their household good from Flmore street and Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield are vacsting the property. The made on acrmint f Mr. Man5eM's ill health and the pri.-e is said to have been around 2..Virt. Mr. and Mrs. Mr,eld have not announced their plsas. i. W. Chandler, the Mortpeher representative of the P. A. Men's night shirta to close only at Abbott's. "When the Earth Tremble," a vivid, three-reel drama. It'a a story of the San Francisco earthquake surpassing anything ever before produced. At the Pavilion. Adv. Joseph Gauthier of Burlington, a for mer resident of Barre, who has been visiting friends in the city for several days, went this morning to Bolton, where he haa been engaged to set a mon ument of Barre granite, for a Burling ton retail firm. Smith A Dashner, real estate agents, have a viry desirable property at 80 Franklin street for quick sale. The own era are moving to California and the property must be disposed of. This house was built in 1907 and consists of seven rooms and bath. All finished in hardwood and hardwood floors, electric- lights, gas, set tubs, city water, cement ed basement, broad circular porch, large lot and price reduced, ao it is a bargain for a home or investment. Let u show you the property. Adv. Flowers recently contributed for the flower table in the library are: Tawny hawkweed, Emily Dodge; common high mallow, hairy beard tongue, Chauncey M. Wilier: bl.ick-eyed Susan, fireweed, Elizabeth' NutbrOnn; butter and eggs, Mildred Albinj meadow lily, Howard M. Walker; white. sweet clover, tall mead ow rue, bladder campion, Kate Cars well; pink lady' slipper, Gertrude Don ahue. I-eona Reynolds; spreading dog-, bane, live forever, curled dock, evening primrose, mullein, cypress spurge, com mon borage, staghorn sumach, sheep sor rel, St. .lohnswort, yellow clover, cara way, vellow wood sorrel, alfalfa, berg mot. 'Christmas fern, maidenhair fern. partridge vine, spikenard, checkerberry, red mulberry, Miiomnn sesi (iriuii, false Solomon' seal ( fruit t, shin-leaf. Evangelist Passebois surprised his con gregation at the gospel tnt on Summer street last night witen io illustrate uis lecture he broke an earthen vessel intu many piece by dashing it against a, rock. The evangelist believes that Lhrist will come again literally and personally. and that the brightness of His coming will destroy all the wicked, while all the righteousness dead will be raised, and with the righteous living will be taken to heaven for l.mo year. The speaker in relating some of the history of this world referred to the prophecy in the second chapter of Daniel, where the rise and fall of the empire of the world are brought to view. He showed that we are living in the time of the setting up of the fifth universal king dom, which is Christ's kingdom. The breaking of the potter's vesel illustrat ed the scripture in Ps. 2-.S-0, where the heathen nations are not converted, out given to Christ and df-stroyed by Him. The large tent was well filled last night. The subject of the lecture to-night will he. "Did the Whale Swallow Jonah?" Tuesday night the service will he of spe cial interest, as Evangelist L. F. Passe bois and family will appear in the Egyp tian dress, and illustrate the customs of thst country. TALK OF THE TOWN Spi-cial house dress values 98c at Ab bott. Edward Sampson left yesterday for St. Albana to make a week' visit with relatives. Miss Elizabeth Coffee of the Nurses' home has gone to Burlington to pass the remainder of the week. Robert Moore left this morning for Sherbrooke, P. Q., where he plana to pass two weeks with relativea. "When the Earth Trembles," or the San Francisco earthquake reproduced in all its realism at the Pavilion to-day only. Adv. Mrs. George Robertson left Saturday for South Rvegate, intending to make an extended visit with relatives in that vicinity before returning to her home in Barre. Katale Libro, who has been making an extended stay in Xew York, returned to Barre yesterday and resumed charge of his barber ehop at North Barre this morning. Argentino Sassi, who has been taking a week vacation, resumed his duties in the Bos barber shop on Depot square this morning. Saturday Mr. Sassi re turned from Newport, L. I., where ha visited his brother, a midshipman on the- Brazilian battleship, Buena Vista. tlenry K. Bush of Church street, a representative of The Reporter, and the local correspondent for that periodical, left this morning on a week's business trip to Concord. N. H., Quincy, Mass., and Westerly, R. I. John A. Webster of Pearl street, who has been spending a 10 day" vacation at his former home in Westerly, R, I., re turned to Barre yesterday and resumed hia duties at Jones Brow.' plant thia morning. Miss Mabel Gorham of Jefferson street, who was recently graduated from the lie ton hospital training school for nurse in Montpelier, left last night for her former home in Riviere du Loups, P. Q. Miss Gorham was accompanied by her sister, Mis Edna Gorham, and to gether they plan to pass a month with relatives in the vallev du Lonpa before going to Halifax, N. S., and St. John, N. B., for a more extended stay. They expect to return to Barre around Sept. 15. TALK OF THE TOWN r: STRAWBERRIES! Miss Margaret McDonald of Summer street returned to the city to-day from St. Albans, where she has been spending the past few weeks. We sell the Standard gasoline. We believe yon can get more miles per gal lon than on aav other. In any quantity at 13c per gallon, at Perry Auto Co. Regular meeting of lumpers, boxer and derrickmen's union, No. 50, will be held in Foresters' hall Tuesday evening, July 14, at 7:30. Cor. Sec. Thos. Holder. William Huntington, who has been passing a few days in the city as the guest of Paul Scampini of North Main street, returned to-day to his home at Hanover, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Turner of Hart ford, Conn., arrived in the city yester; day to make an extended visit as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner of South Main street. J. Ward Carver of Tremont street re turned this morning from Marshfield, where he haa been visiting for a few days. Mrs. uarver will remain in Marshfield for a more extended visit. Alexander Ro of Franklin street, who has been spending the past few weeks in Boston and Quincy, Mas., re turned to the city this forenoon. Mrs Ross will visit for a few week longer at yuincy, Mass. Mr. and Mr. Floyd G. Russell of 20V3 South Main s.treet left yesterday for Claremont, N. H., where they expect to visit relatives for a few day. Mrs, Russell is taking a vacation from her duties at the North Barre office of Boutwell, Milne & Varnum. Friends in Barre of Claude Hastftigs, who graduated from Goddard seminary last June, will be interested to learn that he is playing summer baseball with the Boston Reds, a semi-professional team from Boston, Mass. Hastings played center field for Goddard during the past season. He joined the Boston Reds immediately after school closed on the hill. The team has been playing in New Hampshire and is now plaaving at summer resorts in the state of Maine., TALK OF THE TOWN Frank McDonald of Park street, who has been employed at tho Barre Drug company for the past few months, com pleted his duties there Saturday. Miss Marguerite Brown of Jefferson street returned yesterday from Burling ton, where she has been passing a few days in camp at Queen City park. Albert Williams of Marshfield ar rived in the city to-day to pass a few davs as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edson Lander of Spaulding street. George Landers and family of South Main street went to-day to Malletts Bay to pass the coming two weeks. William McLam, who haa been spend ing the past few days in the city with friends, returned to-day to hia home at St. Johnsbury, Mr. McLam graduated from Goddard seminary in 1910 and ia now in charge of the St. Johnsbury of fices of the Swift provision company. He is accompanied to the city by Sidney Page. Charles Mills and LeRoy Kenneth left yesterday for Bar Harbor, Me., where they will join the Clark-Urban theatri cal company. Mr. Kenneth hag been connected with the Clark-Urban shows for the past few years in the capacity of business manager. For the past few weeks he haa been visiting Vermont. The company ha reorganized and will play during the summer months in ths state of Maine. Mr. Mills will do a hyp notic turn with the company and will also be seen in other role of the weekly performances. GRANITEVILLE. Don't forget that a joint Sunday school picnic will be held next Wednes day at Caledonia park. Train will run as follows: Leave East Barre 9: IS a. m., Shepard's crossing 9:20, Boutwell'a 9:25, Websterville 9:35; arrive in Barre 10 o'clock; leave Barre for -park, 10:20. Adults, round trip, 5.V: children, not be longing to either Sunday school, round trip, 3.V. Everyone is cordially invited. for Canning I by for a I a few S Col. J. L. Taylor to Give Lecture en Explosive. A lecture on exploive will be given . ,. . . a,, in CUT nan. i. Ainsns. jneiav evea- ins. Julv 14. at 8 o"lok hv Col. J. I. S Buy them now if you want any to put up, per basket, 15c J Blueberries are coming every day, J I Batket. 17c ! a Strawberries are about gone Z this year, although we expect j more crates. 1-2 pint Lightning Jars, dozen, 80c f 1 1 pint Lightninl jars, dozen, 85c I a I ousrt Lihtnin Jars, doxen. 9Sc a ! 2 Quart Lihtnin Jars, doxen, $100 1 1 Red Gum Rubber Jar Rings, box, 10c If.-.. . . it i. t -r - Knuoaro. i' pounas c I Peerless Peaches, can. 18c, 3 for 50c IIXJLIIl 111 U .. . ' . -, - .Olives, chopped, bottle, 10c J I Bulk Olives, quart. 4flc j Jrllycon, 3 cans for 25c II vou wnt a good cup of Coffee for k...u... ... rcrM BfiKTFn '!one pound will make more cur of . - . , . T Tavlor. assistant to the chief in'pertor ooo cone ro me pouna man nms nf IK. Ki . rH t, nf mTTilrir I K 1 tut mi i - v - "at . - 1 i . i :t(M jrwrniTMTit. Thin will N of I w rial imrf "i & Tmiutrma rmpifin. mm , a in nifii and mrchnti ; J e fl) well a to bus who deal in ex The lerture will be plei t r-a t ..4 rnia far tntm.nai -rill K.- ..... ...... ... hnrn. the d.fTerenre ia the proper and ''' r-rry Keal Etat ajy, wrr"rr kamiling beirg mad p!iv j that has . 1 m Monday Special! Another Lot of Pie Material Cheap Three pounds of bulk Evaporated Apple, QC clean and free from cores, for today, at wOC See the apple in our fish department window. Warm Weather Helps Do-Ne-Do A prepared Doughnut Flour, simply add water and fry, per package - 1 3c Ka-Ka A prepared Cake Flour, simply add water and bake, per package I5c Bis-Ko A prepared Biscuit Flour, simply add water and bake, per package 10c These packages are guaranteed to please use part of the package and if not satisfactory return the rest to us and get your full purchase price. Reliable Prepared Flour, two sizes I3c and 25c Priscilla Prepared Doughnut Flour 25c Ladd's Cream Bread, three loaves for - - 25c Ladd's Cream Sponge Cakes, the best yet - 10c F.D.L ADD COMPANY J : ! iiid chare- of the deal. Adv, - e