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THE BAItltE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., .MONDAY, JULY 20, 1014.
Dodvaues
Here Are Some G
HOUSE DRESSES, 79c cach-"DOMESTIC" MAKE
A new lot of House Dresses made of good" quality per
cale, nicely trimmed, a $1.00 value. We shall ask you only
79c each for these Dresses.
WASH DRESSES, $1.98 SNAPPY STYLES
A lot of Wash Dresses with Russian tunics, in Ratine,
Crepe, Muslin, Linen. These are $2.98 values. Your
choice of the entire lot for only $1.98.
PERRY a
75 North Main Street
CAMP
Barre, Vermont
"Valsparred DiningTables"
POSITIVELY WILL NOT TURN WHITE WHEN
HOT OR COLD WATER OR EVEN ALCOHOL
IS SPILLED UPON IT
IT'S
THE
ONLY
TABLE
THAT
WILL
STAND
THE
BOILING
, WATER
TEST
' i i mm hi i mi nm ,,
WILL NOT
SPOT FROM
HOT DISHES
ASK
US
TO
TELL
YOU
ABOUT
OUR
GUARANTEE
AND
TALK OF THE TOWN
WILL STAND WASHING WITH SOAP
WARM WATER WITHOUT DRYING
IS THE MOST RESISTANT TO ACTION OF
ALKALIS, ACIDS, OILS, ETC., MAKING IT
INVALUABLE FOR USE ON TABLES
IS THE MOST DURABLE AND WILL NOT CRACK
FROM EXTREME COLD
We Are Showing These Tables This Week in Our
Windows
Special in Refrigerators This Week Another
Large Shipment Just Arrived, All Sizes at This
Writing. ' .
B. W. Hooker & Co.
Vermont's Largest House Furnishers
"The Englander
Couch Bed"
Is ftie Best Couch Bed
made. It has a nice thick mattress, made of pure white cotton
felt and costs no more than other kinds. -
BRASS BEDS
inch
For this week we will sell you a full size Brass Bed, 2
posts, 5 upright fillers and 2 cross fillers, for only $10.75.
Let Us Show You
A W. BADGER & COMPANY
Furniihinr Undertakers and Emfealraen
IB BIST F AKBIXAMCI SIX TICK
TILI PH 051 447-11
If you haven't all the
business you want, adver
tise in The Times
FRUIT JARS
Your wants will be supplied at this store at lowest
prices. Inferior Jars are expensive in the end
THERE'S A DIFFERENCE. If you want well-preserved
fruit, buy practical Jars.
OUR PRICES
1 pt Double Safety, 80c dz.
1 qt Double Safetj 90c dz.
2 qt. Double Safety, 1.10 dz.
"Yours for Quality"
C. N. KEN YON & COMPANY'S
Cash Bargain Store The Store of Quality"
1 pt Economy, 1.00 dz.
1 qt Economy, 1.10 dz.
2 qt Economy, 1.35 dz.
Shoo sale at FitU'.
You will find the waist you want at
Vaughan's.
Special clean-up prices in Indie' coat
at Abbott's.
C. J. Leaao of Morrisville was a visit
or in the city yesterday.
See the special men's night shirt val
ue at Abbott's, only 79 cents.
Dry chnirwood for aale. Arthur S.
Martin, 43 Park street. Telephone 158-4
or as-w.
Miss Viola A. Hunter of Boston ar
rived in the city this morning to make
an extended visit. '
Mr. W. K. Scott of Johnson arrived
in the city this forenoon to visit for a
few days with friends.
Lawrence Rising of South Main street
went Saturday to Malletts buy to pass
a few days at the Landers', cottage.
Miss Blanche Haskins, who has been
passing a few weeks at the home of her
parents on Trow hill, returned yester
day to Boston.
Bans of marriage were published at
St. Monica's church yesterday for the
second time between Samuel Poulin and
Gladys Carpenter.
Thomas Msrr of Washington street
returned to day from Rochester,, where
lie has been spending the past few days
on business interests.
Miss Josephine Williams of Charlotte
was a visitor in the city, yesterday, re
turning to her home from a few days'
visit in Williamstown.
William McCaffrey, a soda fountain
expert, has arrived and taken charge of
Drown's fountain. The man is already
on the job. "Ask the roan."
Louis Balzarini is taking a few weeks'
vacation from his duties at the Rogers
Clothing concern. He ltft this forenoon
for a ten days' visit at Quincy, Boston
and Milford, Mass.
Timothy Kcnefick of Prospect street
returned "ytoUnfay frjra n day'
visit to New York, Brooklyn and Jersey
City. He resumed his ditties to-day at
the' Emslie floral store.
William McLesy, who is employed on
the elevated system at Boston, arrived
in the city this forenoon on his way to
Granrteville to visit for the coming few
days at his former home.
Bagwell Miles of Granltevllle, who has
been spending the past week as the
guest of Harry Nolan at Bridgeport,
Conn., was a visitor in the city yester
day, returning to his home.
Ezra White, the local representative
of the Ream, McBce granite concern, left
Saturday-forenoon for a few weeks' visit
through the middle west. At Mansfield,
Ohio, he will visit the nome ottices of
the Ream Me Bee company.
Carl Tease, who officiated at the
Barre A. C.-Italian A. C. baseball game
at Berlin street on Saturday, returned
yesterday to his home at Laconia, N. H.
Mr. Pease has been secured to officiate
at all the games of the series. j
Cieorge Kent of South Barre returned
yesterday from Chicago, III., where ha
las been spending the past few weeks.
He also visited at Milwaukee, Wis., and
Prtroit, Mich. Mr. Kent resumed his
duties at the local offices of the Central
Vermont railroad this forenoon.
John Corcoran, one of the clerks at
the federal building, is taking a two
weeks vacation from his duties. Roy
Bugbee is also taking a few weeks' va
cation from his duties. Mr. and Mrs.
Bugbee and children left yesterday for
Springfield, Mass., to visit for the com
ing ten days.
Kt the auction sale, Saturday, of the
Oladding property on Washington street
quite a party of home-seekers, investors
and spectators came together, and after
several bids from different parties the
property was Anally sold to Frank Glad
ding for $2,000. Mr. Gladding buys for
n investment. I. F. Smith acted as
auctioneer.
John Casabella of Center street, who
has been taking a two weeks' vacation
from his duties at the People's Shoe
store, resumed his duties this forenoon.
Iee Shepard commenced a two weeks'
vacation from his duties this week, lie
left to-day for Worcester, Mass., where
he will visit as the guest of his brother,
who resides there.
Ninety-seven tickets were sold at the
local offices of the Central Vermont rail
road for the Lake Champlain excursion
conducted yesterday. At Burlington the
excursionists boarded one of the steam
ers of the Champlain Transportation
company for a five hours ride through
Lake Champlain. The party returned
to the city last night.
Martin Roach of Montpelier was ar
raigned before Judge H. W. Scott in the
city court this forenoon on the charge
of intoxication. lie paid a fine of $."
and costs of $.1.10. He was arrested last
evening by Officer John Dincen. Andrew
Kusoa, a quarry man from Graniteville,
found himself in the toils of thn law
last evening. Kusoa started for home
and fell into a slumber near the Phelps
mills on Washington street. He was
arrested by Officer John Pineen. Ap
pearing before Judge Scott in the court
this forenoon, he paid a fine of f." and
costs of $5.10.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
1 hi H. Black Co.
Will These Values Appeal to You?
We are putting prices on a lot of summer merchandise to
clean up the stock while the demand for such merchandise is
most needed. In wash goods you will find some extra good
values, both in the thin colored goods and the more heavy
materials that will be used all the fall. In the ready-made de
partment are exceptional values in Suits, Coats, Skirts and
Waists. These we are putting prices on to clean up stock be
fore the fall goods begin to come into the department. We are
cleaning up a lot of house dresses at prices that are exception
ally cheap.
Ladies' Tailored Suits
, We have about 30 Suits left from
our large stock of Spring and Sum
mer Suits. These we are putting
prices on for the next few days that
will close them at once.
Wc have one Odd Misses' Suit in
a Black and White check that sold
t $9.(10. In this clean-up sale for
$1.98- .
What we have left in Ladies' Suits
in Blues, Browns, Tans, Greens, and
Black in qualities tlwt sold at from
$15.00 to $20.00 we are putting into
this clean-up sale at only $798
each to clean up stock. The skirts
alone are worth more than we are
asking you for the whole Suit.
In the better Suits, in qualities
that sold at from $22.50 to $30.00,
we have some exceptional values.
These are Suits that were our best
values for the money. There are only
one of a kind, but all good values
at the regular price. These we are
closing at $998 each. You would
pay much more for the skirt alone.
They are mostly In medium and small
sizes in the season's best styles.
Ladies' Wash Skirts
In this clean-up sale are a lot of
Wash-Skirts that are made up in
good stvle, but only two or three of
a style left. These we are putting on
one table at prices to clean them up
at once.
At $2 00 are a few Odd Skirts
that sold all the season at $3.00, and
were good values.
At $3 50 are a few Linen Skirt
in qualities that sold at $3.75 and
were good values.
At $3 75 are a few fine quality
Kponge Skirts that sold at $5.50;
are a little mussed.
What we have left in White and
Colored Skirts in qualities from the
best to the cheapest, in our stock
where we have all sizes we ate to
allow you a discount of 10 per cent
to help reduce stock.
In the Colored Wool Skirts we have
a lot of odd styles in values that
sold at from $3.00 to $12.00. These
we are putting on one rack to clean
up the stock at only one-half the
original prices. Here are some very
good Skirt values.
Ladies' Separate Coats
In Ladies' Separate Coats we have
some extra good values left, and in
the medium and light colors we are
putting exceptional prices on to clean
up stock in the next few weeks.
At $5.98 are what we have left
in Fancy Colored and Medium Light
Coats in the season's best style, in
qualities that sold at from $12.00 to
$15.(10. Here are some exceptional
values.
At $7.98 are a few Odd Coats in
medium light and fancy colors; are
Coats that have sold at from $16.50
to $20.00, and were exceptional val
ues at the original prices. Now only
$7 98.
At $998 are what we have left
in light and medium colors in the
season's best Coat values in qualities
that sold at from $20.00 to $27.30.
If you want a good Coat to finish out
the season here are values that yon
cannot afford to pass.
What we have left in the season's
best Coat values in Blues and Blnck,
we are now selling at only one-half
the regular price. These are Coats
that are all right for fall wear and
are extra values.
Ladies' and Children's
Parasols
' We have some values left in Para
sols that we are putting prices on to
close them out at once. This is ideal
weather for Parasols and the prices
we are making on them should close
them all out in the next few days.
$1.00 Parasols now only $0.79
1.25 Parasols now only ...... .98
1.50 Parasols now only 1-19
1.75 and 2.23 Parasols now .. 1.49
2.35 and 2.50 Parasols now .. 1.98
2.73 and 2.08 Parasols now .. 1.98
3.75 Parasols now only 2 49
5.00 Parasols now only 2-98
Children's Parasols
$O.0 Parasols only 12c
1.25 Parasols only 79s
We have a few Parasols in the
better qualities that we are making
even bigger discounts on to close at
once.
See the Parasol values at once if
vou want the best values,
We have a few of those special Men's Fruit of the Loom Cotton Night Shirt values that we are
selling as a special at only 79c each, We are cleaning up our line of Wash Dresses both in house
dresses and thin' muslins at prices that will interest any who want dresses to finish out the season.
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New dresses for Fitts sale.
White wash skirts all reduced, at the
Yaughan Store.
A son was born at the City hospital
Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. James Duncan
of 76 Washington street.
Miss Mildred Leddcn returned to-day
to her home at Sharon, after a few days'
visit with friends in Barre.
Miss Mildred Wark, who has been vis
iting relatives in this city for the last
few days, returned to her home in Hard
wick to-day.
Miiss Ortrude. Freeman of Clare
mont, X. H., arrived in the city to-day
to visit for a few days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kenyon of Merchant
street.
Mrs. F.ric Pirie and children of Marsh
field arrived In the city to-dsy to visit
for the coming week as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Edson Landers of Spaulding
street.
" Guiseppe Corti of the A. Tomasl block
has so far recovered as to be able to re
turn to his home from tb" City hospital,
where he was operated upon the first of
last week. ..
Miss Lena Buzii of Blaekwell street
is taking a lew hwh
the Henry W. Knight store. She will
leave the latter part of the week for a
week's visit at Highgate Springs.
The annual picnic of Harmon hive, No.
1. Ladies of the Maccabees, will be held
Thursday, July Z3. at Henjamin laus.
Kvery member come ana Dnng menu.
All those who can, tske the 10:15 car.
tho.,e who registered at The
Buw.cll hotel yesterday were W. J. Dil
lon, Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. H. K. James.
Chicago. III.; Miigi roier, lor!
Jack Woodbury, St. Albans ; George Ca-
Rethel: C. J. Lease, .Morrisville;
sey,
Woburn. Mass.
The Barre A. C. baseball team made
its first appearance of the season at
Fort Lilian Allen yesterday, defeating
the cavalrymen in an exciting contest by
the score of 0 to ft. The Harre team
was accompanied by a large deputation
of rooters. The Barre team took the
lead in the start and in the fourth and
fifth innings scored seven runs, which
won the game. The only occasion when
the soldier lads appeared danirerous was
in the ninth inning, when a combination
of errors and three hits reulted in four
runs. Paul S.ampini pitched for Barre
and held the cavalrymen to eipht hits.
Moore started the twirling for Fort
Ethan Alien. He was relieved in the
fifth by Sclmaman. a southpaw, whose
great speed kept the Barre tram from
further scoring. One of the features of
the (rime was a home run by Tomasi
in the fourth. There were two men on
basen at the time. He drove the ball far
over the riirht fielder's bead for the cir
cuit. Nut drove out thr-e-bagsr-r in
the fifth that seored to runners ahead
of him. Barre used numerous aubstt
tute in the game during its latur
star. Pedns4 played strong game
tor Barre ia the outfield.
Mate's Vast Daty
with vour value. your vslue to your
;ami!v iiwreases. do your duty and mm'rt
it with increased imniranr. f. fi. Pal
lard, geiwral afent, Lawreaee building,
Montpelier, VU
Max E. eims,
Good investment or home proposition
to be sold at auction at 4:30 o'cloik on
Tuesdav afternoon, July 2L at Noa. fl
and 8 Second street and at No. 23 Rail
road street at S o'clock the same day.
Better come whether you intend to pur
chase or not. D. A. Terry, auctioneer.
Last night extra chairs had to be pro
vided to accommodate the congregation
that gathered at the gospel tent to hear
Pastor F. W. Stray of Concord,- N. IL
The speaker referred to many scriptures
from the Bible to show that the inil
lenium, as exiected by some, was a de
ception. He referred to the fact that for
a number of years the date of 1014 has
been set by a certain class of people a
the end of the world, but that we have
reached the date mentioned and the end
is not yet in sight. The author of this
doctrine is beginning to deviate from the
position first held, and with the intro
duction of many if" declared that what
in to take place in iPll will n"t tie no
tieed bv the world at larffe
Pa tor I
TALK OFTHE TOWN
See the pretty dresses and waists on
the ft8c counter at Vaughan's.
Mrs. A. C. Williams left to-day for a
few days' visit in the White mountain.
All goods slightly damaged will be
sold at a discount. Martin's Book Store.
The greatest combination of pictures
ever seen at one time is at the Pavilion
to-day. Adv.
Charles Wilson, who has been visiting
his sister, Mrs. L. M. Newton, on Elm
street, returned Saturday to his home
in Cambridge, Mass.
Mrs. O. G. Stkkney and daughter,
Miss Marion, lift Saturday for North
field. Muss., where thev will visit for
the coming few weeks.
Miss Nellie Beattie, who has been
spending the past two weeks in Need
ham, Mass., returned to her home in this
city Saturday evening.
When his attention was momentarily
attracted in another direction, Edward
Burke, a Barre railroad brakeman, was
hit by a shunted freight car at the Wet
More Morse quarry and received a dis
location of one shoulder Saturday after
noon. He was carried to the office of
Dr. E. H. Bailrv, where his injuries were
attended to and he was able to return
to his home in thi city Saturday night.
A reception was held Saturday even
ing at the home of Thad. Martin on the
east hill for Mr. and Mr. Koy French,
who were married last week. Many
neighbors and friends attended and gifts
were received or glass, linen ana cmn.
Later in the evening it took the form of
a surprise to Miss Emma Martin, on ae-
count of her 16th birthday anniversary, j
Mrs. Barber, in behalf of those present,
presented her a handbag, and Miss Mar-)
tin responded with thanks. A program
was given and all joined In games on
the lawn until a late hour, when they
left with many good wishes for the bride
and groom and also for Miss Msrtin.
The committee in charge were Mrs. C. N.
Barber and Mrs. George Thomas.
TALK OFTHE TOWN
Big sale all this week at Vaughan's.
Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of Spauld
ing street are making a few weeks' visit
in camp at St. Albans Bay.
Scenes at the 1914 commencement Nor
wich university, Northrleld, in motion
pictures at the Pavilion to-day only.
Adv.
Norwich Pictures Shewn.
Some of the things seen in the Nor
wich commencement pictures at the Pa
vilion to-day t
President Spooner introducing Charles
E. Field of the class of '74.
Lieutenant Farker presenting military
prizes.
Dean Roberts presenting medals.
Major Shuttleworth, U. S. A., present
ing Shuttleworth sabre. The moot eag
erly contested trophy of the year.
Corps passing In review.
Calisthenic exercises. Butts' manual,
as practiced every rooming immediately
after reveille.
Cadet oflicers. A part of the graduat
ing class.
Cavalrv exercises. Showing a typical
charge, and pyramid making.
Evening parade and review, rormai
ceremony with whun tne day s program
closes. Cadet Major Putnam and staff
reviewing the corps.--Adv.
TALK OF THE TOWN
the sale at the
Bnv vour corsets
Vaughan Store.
All eoods slightly damaged will
sold at a discount. Martin's Book Store.
Spray your trees and garden with p
rox. For sale at the Kempton mill.
"Adventures of Kathleen," No. 8. "In
the. Temple of the Lions," at the Pavilion
to-day. -Adv.
I).' M. Miles and daughters, Misses
Kathleen and Clair Miles, returned yes
terday from St. Albans Bay, where they
have been spending the past few weeks.
You can buy two good investment
propositions at your own price to-morrow
afternoon; Nos. 8 and 8 Second
street at 4:30 o'clock and at No. 23
Railroad street at 5 o'clock. Our in
structions are to sell. D. A. Terry, auc
tioneer.
WEBSTERVILLE.
St. John the Baptist Episcopal church
The annual Sunday, school picnic will
be held on Wednesday. July 22, at the
Williamstown gulf. The Webeterville
people will assemble at the Miles store
at 8:45. Comfortable barges and
wagons will be provided for all. It is
hoped that all will come and enjoy the
outing. In the event of rain on Wednes
day, the picnic will tie on Thursday.
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
iGood Goods andj
I Low Prices
Fresh Green Teas, per peck 40C I
Buich Beets 5C I
I Bunch Turnips JC 1 1
jljirge Heads Lettuce 5C i j
Cucumbers, each SC'
I Peaches, IS for 13c j
! Bananas, 1 for 13C !
Oranges, 16 for 5C I j
Freh Native String Beans, qt. . ..toe Sj
IWt Greens, pevk ..iocJ'
1 13 large Pineapples for fi.ooi
J3 large PineappU-s for S5C f
17c :
(.berries, box
To-nijrht I Uh-eberries, per box
K. Passebois w ill lecture on New Potatoes to-day, 6 lbs,
-7Ci
New j
-The Great-st Needs of the nmrcli 1 o- 1 1 au n lor me iow price wn
dsv." Tuesday some moot intereMinff 1 1 Potatoes the first of next week.
..'..., h anweri. Kvni?elit I ! Watermelon, per lb
' ... , . . , r. 1 . jjflf L. t . flmmm Am 9ne ,tf I
F. L. A boot l. wno nas oeen in jk-iuotj coni "'- - jj --
for a few days to assmt in a 5?sptisma! jjLemon. doien JoC n 3 i
IOC una xw. v
rTT-r in that place, i expected to re
turn to the eity to-day and will awisf.
ia the service to-night.
!.srnnre Cakes, each
a Butter Bread and Tip-Tep Bread, j
! Cross' Jerer Cream Bread, J for 13c J
Swordfih, per Tb X
Card of Thanks.
I wish to express my thanks to the
member of South Barre granpe and
friends for their kindne in rememher
irig we 00 my 71t oirthday with the
beautiful diplay of pot-rds.
Mrs. lU-Um C. A .!.
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60c
onday Special
Tea Beans will gradually grow higher in price un
til the new crop, late in the fall. We have a large
shipment direct from the growers, and offer them for
to-day, price net:
3 quarts Fancy Hand-Picked Pea Beans for.
1 nock of these Beans for
See them in our Fish Department window.
Other Good Values
New Potatoes, southern grown, 8 lbs. for 25c
Native Green Peas, per quart 8c, per peck 50c
Cucumbers, two sizes, each 4c and 6c
Summer Squash, New Beets, Lettuce and Cabbage.
Blueberries are coming fine; price to-day , 15c
Watermelons, per lb., cut, 3c; whole
Special price on New Potatoes by the barrel.
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