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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT., MONDAY, AUGUST IT, 1011.
5 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a STANDA PATTERNS TALK OF THE TOWN riumo brand muslin underwear at Ab bott'. tire tlie new cornet cover of allover embroidery, at AV, at Vaughnn's. ('. K Andrews of Alnpln grove left yes terday for Alburg to pas a few day In camp, Their styles are always in advance; always smart; al ways correct. ' They are so simply made that they save a good deal ) JZ SZS oi material ana irouoie. , They insure a perfect fit. Use Standard Patterns once after that you will use them always. Standard Fasfrlon Book for AutumnWhen you pur chase this stunning fashion quarterly, you may select any Standard Pattern you wish and have it FREE. 20c for Book and Pattern; by mail, 30c. ; The Designer for September. Call and get your number. PERRY & 75 North Main Street CAMP Barre, Vermont Another Carload of Mattresses Received Be Sold at Prices That Will Interest You. Felt Top Mattresses in two parts; good tick, wide box $2.70 Felt Top and Bottom Mattresses, two parts, , fancy striped tick, 6 in. box 3.60 Combination Mattresses in two parts, generous layer of felt on both sides and on each end, fibre middle, fancy art ticking, 6 in. box... 5.40 Slumberland Mattresses, all layer felt, fine tick., two parts 8.10 Restland Mattresses, all white layer felt, extra thick box, tapeless, two parts, twill tick ... 9.90 Famous Ostermoor "Lifetime" Mattresses; A. C. A. ticking; one part 15.00 Two parts 15.50 Silk Floss Mattresses, in fancy art ticks, at from $15.00 to 20.00 Our windows are solid full to-day. Look them over arid ask us all the questions you wish. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers If you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in The Times, Tim. k oflice. Miss Mihlrecl Townseml of Hardwiek in passing a few days in the city aa the guest of firends. We recognize service aa the best es sential for our patron. Giive us a trial. Miers' liurbcr Shop. Miss Lena bianehi of Woodstock la making a few day' visit in the city aa the guest of relatives. Mrs. Kichard Hoar and children of East street have gone to Highgate to pass a few weeks in camp. James Robertson of J23 Orange street begun a fortnight's vacation from hla duties in the Daylight store to-day. Alex. Smith, iho has been visiting in the city for several days, returned last night to his home at South Kyegate. George Walstrom of Washington street left yesterday for Boston end New York to make a two weeks' visit. Postmaster J. J. Collamer of Khel- burne, who has been visiting at the home of his son, George H. Collamer, of Tremont street, returned to-day to his home. Hurry Pearl, who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. C. A. Chun-hill on Mer chant street for the past few days, re turned Inst night to his home at Bos ton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bird and son, and Misses Annie Mcleod, Rubie Head, Mil dred Clarke and Georgina Drock left yes terday for Danville to pass a week in camp at Joe. pond. Joseph aeter commenced a two weeks' vacation from his duties at the I.amorey Clothing store. Mr. and Mrs. Weafer and child will go to Morrisville in a few days to make an extended visit. H. M. Farnham, the horse man, will hold his next 38th big combination auc tion sale of horses and other property at his stables in Montpelier on Friday, Aug 21, next. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. Miss Clara Purvee, who has been i been spending the past few weeks at Berrymore camp at Alburg, returned to the city last night. Miss Purvee will resume her duties as teacher at the Lincoln school next month. Ralph Garrett, who has been passing a few davs in the city, returned last night to Maiden, Mass., to resume his duties with the Tenney service. Previous to coming to Barre Mr. Garrett was en gaged at Oswego, X. Y., for a month. Mrs. John Hubbard and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barber, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Landers of South Main street, left to day for Worcester, Mass.. to make a few days' visit before going to their home at Providence, R. I. They were accompanied by Mrs. John Seymour of Burlington. The Italian A. C. second baseball team has been engaged as an attraction to play baseball at Waitsfield on W'ednes- lay at the annual field day of the Waitsfield Odd Fellows. The Barre team will play against the Watcrburv baseball team. Tim annual outing and picnic of the Italian A. C. second organ ization will take place at VYilliainstown Gulf on Saturday. The annual outing of the Red Sox club of North Barre held at Dewey park on Saturday. Ther were about seventy present at the event. On ar riving at the grounds a sumptuous din ner was served. During the afternoon sporting events were contested and program was carried through. Among those in charge of the outing were Den nit Starr, F. Broderick, P. Kingston, O look and I.. Guidici Daniel Keefe of Cabot was a visitor in the city yesterday. Keefe, who was the star pitcher of th Goddard seminar baseball team this past spring, has been touring the New Kngland states thi summer with the Hoston Keds, a semi professional baseball organization out of Boston. For the past few weeks the team has been in the southern part of the state and in New York state. Keefe was one of the strongest pitchers of the Boston Reds staff. He will resume his studies at Goddsrd seminary in the fall, A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Ladies' Muslin Underwear Plume Brand Not Underwear marked down just Underwear of a better quality at a less price than you can find in other makes of Muslin Underwear. Plume Brand Underwear is known all over this country. The manufacture covers a whole block in New i ork It. is an old, established make that most ladies know about. In years to come we will talk it more to our trade get them acquainted with a better make at a little less in price. " ' Double Panel Skirts Double Paneled Skirts are in great demand. We have sold lots of these and still find ladies that don't know that they are made. One lot Double Panel Skirts made of fine muslin, edged with heavy hamburg edge at $1.00 each; no better sold at this price in the single fronts. One lot Double Panel Skirts made of fine long cloth trimmed with fine Swiss embroidery. These at 91.25 taeh. One lot of Single Psnel Skirts made it good cotton trimmed with wide torchon lace and wide bamburg. These would look good to you at ".5c j these at 50c each. Skirts in very fine materials with flue choice edges at S150 up to $3 08. This last value is as good as last season's at $5.00. Corset Covers We have always been very strong on Corset Covers, especially 25c and 50c values. We have built up a large trade on this one kind of a garment.. We often pay for 35c and 3Hc values to sell for 25c; in Oiif 60c Covers are lots of 75c values. It's the only way to get trade that will come and stay. Just now we have an exceptionally nice lot of 25c Corset Covers in ail sizes. W'e carry extra sizes for very large ladies. Our 50c Corset CoVers are in fine shape to-day; extra good values here U 50c. Leona 3-in-One This is our celebrated 3-in-I Com bination Muslin Underwear. Noth ing like these Suits. They are pat ented, so that no other party can make them. A special at 98c; other values up to 92 08 each. Plume Brand Night Robes One lot of Crepe Night Robes made of 18c Crepe or Plissee. These trim med with line torchon lace around neck and sleeves. Part of this lot .have embroidered yokes and are good dollar values. Our price all the sea son has been 87c; now for a few days at 60c each. One lot of our best Crepe Robes trimmed with fine lace and insertion, our $1.95 Robe; this small lot at 08c each. New lot of Knvelope Chemise; these -ell at $100 each. JS'ice lot of Combination Skirt and Coiset Covers and Drawers and Cover made of fine longcloth trimmed with line edges, to sell for $10O each. Special values in 25c and 50c ladies' Muslin Drawers; also Knick frbocker styles at 50c. fzHv i&tW w t ' t i Ladies' White Waists, White Skirts At this time of the year we have to prepare for fall; in that way we have to sell seasonable goods at a loss. Kinds like these that the wear er can use nearly all the year around. Several boxes Ladies' White Waists with low neck, short sleeves and a lot with high neck. All of these are In good shape. Our $1.0) and $1.25 Waists now to close at 7e each. You cannot afford to make Waista at this price if the material was to be given to you. ' large assortment of White Skirts, all in new styles, made of new styled cloths such as French Welts, Ratine, and Kponge cloth. These all at a liberal discount. One lot of W?hite Dresses; these out on a separate rack at a very liberal discount; just about the price )t the material alone. In our Muslin Underwear Department, you will find a full assortment of Infants' and Children's Muslin Underwear. Children's Drawers at 10c, 18c and 25c. Robes at 25c and 50c. Skirts at 25c and 50c. The Daylight Store i TALK OF THE TOWN IX n a a a a a a a t a a a a a a a a a $2 ,2 nil ,00 Given Awa' See Our Window 5 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a This will reveal to you one of the biest, squarcst and most value giving opportunities ever offered in any contest. If you have not entered do so. Get started at the first and receive the benefit and support of your friends. Any one can enter. Let us explain the contest to you. Howard Annis of South Main street went this morning to Waterbury, where he is employed as a barber. . Prilip Yercoe and Harold Hawes re turned last - evening from Highgate Springs, where they have been making a to days stay in camp. Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Ladd and chi drer. of Orange street left yesterday for St. Albans Hay, where they will pass a month in camp at Melville s landing. Mrs. Isabel Johnston of Mack well street, who has been passing three weeks with her son, Robert Johnston, in Tor onto. Ont., returned home this morning. Clarence H. Kendrick, who has been passing a few days' vacation with his family on Academy street, returned this morning to St. Alitnns, where he is em ployed in the Reagan pharmacy. Miss Harriet Houston of Maple ave nue.'who has been passing a two weeks' vacation in Maiden, Mass., and points in Vermont, resumed her duties at the Con solidated Lighting Co's. office this morn ing. Henry Fasola of Berlin street, who has been absent in New York on a week's vacation, returned last night and resumed work at the plant of the New York Granite Co. in Montpelier this morning. All 50c booklets to be sold at 3!le. all j 25c books at lflc and some at 10 and 15c; boy scout books at 5c; writing paper at a discount; bargains in ink. Martin's Book Store, 118 North Main street, Bol ster block. ' - James McAdnm, who has been passing a week s vacation at tne tiome oi nis father, James MeAdam, sr., of Madison avenue, leu yesterday lor rangemirg. N. Y., where he is employed by the Ten ney corporation. . , Mr. and Mrs. A , W. MacNeil and lit tie son of Camp street returned Satur day from Fairlee lake, where they have been enjoying a two w?eks' outing. Mr. MacNeil resumed his duties in the Day light store this morning. The Knickerbocker stock company, which lias been filling a week's engage ment at the Barre opera house, left yes terday for Barton to appear for several dava aa one of the Orleans county fair attractions at Roaring B.ook park. Angelo M. Cella of 21 Vine street left Saturday night for Chicago, where he expected to join the Barre delegation en route to Milwaukee to attend the na tional m'inumnt dealers' convention. Mr. CelU will represent the Vanetti Granite Co.. which has a large exhibi tion on the convention floor. John McCarthy of 107 South Main street, who is taking vacation from his duties at the Smith & Cumings store, left this morning for Boston, whew he will visit reiaiivra lor a wee, tie was coompanied by his sister, Miss May L. McCarthy, who is taking vacation from the central telephone office. Tames Counter, until recently a mem ber of the Italian A. C. baseball team, returned yesterday from Windsor, where he M been employed. Mr. Counter was working in the shops of the Windsor Machine Co. when the company suspend ed temporarily its manufacturing opera tions on account of trade conditions in Europe. Rev. W. J. M. Beattie of Tremont street, who is taking annual vaca- tion left this morning w ith his daugh- j ter, Miss Muriel IVattie, for Montreal,) in which vicinity they expect to pass aj few weeks. Next Sunday Rev. T. H. J I Orkford. rectnr of St. Mary's church, j NortnHrld, will officiate at the Church of jl TALK OF THE TOWN Wash goods this week at Vaughans'. Ladies" parasols one-half price at Ab bott's. Miss Gladys A. Rice, who has been visiting in Barre for the past month, has gone to Boston, where she will make a short stay before returning to her home in Altoona, Pa. Mrs. Anna Carroll of 8 Keith avenue has ixone to Montpelier for a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Cornelius Lawrence, before leaving for a week's stay at Old Orchard, Me. All 50c booklets to be sold at 33c, all 25c books at 10c and some at 10 and 15c; boy scout books at 5c; writing paper at a discount; bargains in ink. Martin's Book Store, 118 North Main street, Bol ster block. Deaconess Anna Nestor of the North Barre Methodist mission left this morn ing for Boston, where she will engage in work connected with the home mis sion department of the church. Deacon ess Nestor has been assisting the local mission for n?arlv a year and her de parture is keenly regretted. A number of the mission's young people gathered at the train to bid her farewell. For the time-being, the deaconess' home on Berlin street is in charge of Deaconess Bavne, who will be joined within a few weeks by Deaconess Lanyon, who has been passing the summer at her home in Iowa. One of the innovations which the Ten ney corporation has introduced into its local service is the field day, and em-ploy.-a of the Consolidated Lighting Co. and the Barre 4 Montpelier Traction & Power Co. are looking forward to the first annual outing, which ia to be held at Intercity park Wednesday afternoon. Olbcials of both companies have interest ed themselves in the field day and are co-operating with the men in an effort to make it an enjoyable affair for the employes as well as their employes' wives sweethearts et al. From 1 o'clock until 3 o'clock in the afternoon the fol lowing events will be pulled off in order: 100-yard dash, shot-put, running broad jump, sack race, three-legged race, po tato race (best two out of three), tug of war between traction company and Consolidated tesms. Directly after the sports will come the baseball game be tween the lighting company and the traction company. Both teams are fast rounding into regular league form. The closing feature will be the clambake at Dewey nark at 6 o'clock. The commit tee consists of C. J. Cookson and W. F. Corry. TALK OF THE TOWN See the new gauze hose with a guat antee, 25c pair, at Vaughan's. Dry chairwood for sale. Arthur S. Martin, 43 Park street. Telephone 158-4 or 53-W. Archie L. Goodrich, piano tuner with Baiky's Music Rooms, will be in Barre on or about the 20th of this month. Please leave ordirs at Bailey's. 14 Elm jstrett. 'Phone 22-W. ' To-day being Bennington battle day, a legal holiday in Vermont and the 137th anniversary or the triumph of Stark and his backwoods militia over the Hes eiana, banks were closed and holiday hours were observed at the postoffice. Rural carriers made their trips as usual and the delivery men were on the job as usual. There were no suspensions either in the manufacturing belt or the mercantile district. A number of offices were elosed for the day and flags flying here and there in a few instances pro claimed the anniversary. TALK OF THE TOWN Ladies Golf Scores for Week Ending Aug. 1. Gross Hdcp. Net Mrs. Mathieson ..... 54 se 54 Miss Gale . 2 , 5ft', Mifcj Averill 82 5 57 Week Ending Aug. 8. Gross Hdcp. Net Miss Averill 56 41, 51 Vi Mrs .Morrison 58 6 52 Week Enging Aug. 15. Gross Hdcp. Net Mm. Dodge 5 43 51a Mrs Mathieson 52 sc 52 Mrs. Morrison 68 5 53 Miss Carleton "62 8 54 Miss Averill 61 3 58 See Abbott's Saturday sale. Buy "Regular" flou' at the Kemptoa mills. , Annual sale this week of bedding, at Vaughan's. Born Aug. 16, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Quincy M. Carpenter of 48 Park street. A daughter, Frances Ruth, was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Fos ter of South Main street. Milton L. Julian of Jefferson street be gan a two weeks' vacation from the Granite Savings bank to-day. John T. Averill, who has been passing a fortnight at Joe"s pond in Danville, will resume his duties at the bank to-morrow. James Lamonfs poll tax was abated because of his health, at the board of civil authority meeting the other night; a contrary report had it that Mr. La mont protested against an excessive real estate levy. Campfire girls of the Berlin street. Methodist mission and the boys of the North Barre I). C. V. joined in tender ing a farewell reception to Deacone Nestor at the deaconess' home laa.t Fri day evening. Around 40 young people connected with the mission came togeth er in the early evening. There were plenty of diversions ami after a program of fames had been enjoyed, a number of the young people contributed vocal and instiumental selections. The D. C, , quartet sang several times and the girls mten-persed the program with piano o los and vocal contributions. A parting gift 'rora the campfire girls was made by Miss Adelina Frattini, while Corry Granni made the presentation speech for the club. Miss Nestor replied feelingly in both instances. Refreshments of ic cream and cake were served before the reception ended. The Department Food Store ! i i I SARDINES "Fisher Boy" Brand, regular ioc cans 4Qi - rendered, siie pail, I LARD Pure kettle I none beter, any I per Tb j BABBITT'S "1776" Soap Powder 6 packagei for 25c! Columbia Floor and Deck Paint A ready-to-use, quick-drying paint for house or piazza floors. Dries hard with a good gloss. Once tried, you will use no other. Call and see our colors. For Sale by A. V. BECKLEY Over Drown's Drug Store Telephone 2S9-W 46 North Main Street (.5cj the Good Shepherd and arrangements have been made for supplvinc the church during the remainder of the month. Mr. and Mrs. James Ms sue. who were i married at St. Monica's rhurrh Satur- day morninff. left in the afternoon on a : t"o week' trip through New Damp- nhire. after whiih they will reide in 1 Barre, where the croom i empinrel as a : letter rutter at the plant of MiDonwll 1 Sn. The bride who i Mis Frances Dur-rey. is a daughter of Mr. anl Mrs. KdwarJ Duprey of 31 Brok tret and the jrmnm'a parent are Mr.,! and Mrs. -Iro-s M.e of 69 Maple ' J awmc. I ne cmipie were attend! ey I TAKH0MA BISCUITS 6 boxes 23c EQUAL CRACKERS 3 Iba. ...-23c ! MACARONI Spaghetti or Vermi celli, Navy Brand, long pkgs. for 23c WESTERN FRESH EGGS Per ! . , m w aoien ooiy oiC ! OLEOMARGARINE Lb. iSc and 20c! J FRESH VEGETABLES All kinds ; j are cheap and fresh every day. j NEW POTATOES reck 25c i .SHOULDERS Wide, I i SMOKED ! per ft WHOLE HAMS Per ft .... f rAD rr a we - 18c J :: i STAR SOAP to cakes for 43f i I I Buy Matches Now SPECIAL FOR MONDAY IX FISH DEPARTMENT 12 Five-cent Boxes Ohio Matches for 35c 60c worth of Matches for 35c Matches are bound to be higher if the war con tinues, as the phosphorus all comes from Germany. It is a good time to keep a good supply of Tea and Coffee on hand. A good blend of Coffee, per lb 20c Our No. 25 Blend, a good value 25c Blue Band Coffee, a good value, per lb. 2Sc Ladd's Special, a 35c value, per lb Reception Brand Coffee, a 40c value, per lb. La Touraine, a fancy Mocha and Java blend, lb. Wood's Gilt-Edge Moca and Java Blend, lb Five-pound can 25c Coffee for The?e are all fre?h roasted by expert roa?ters and in modern ovens, ground as you order them. 1 30c 35c 3Sc 40c $1.00 Five per cent discount at store. We have some especially good Tea values. LADD COMPANY )