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THE BAKItE DAILY TIMES. IiAIUtE, VT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914.
5 A BARGAIN DAY ON SATURDAY MAKE YOUR DOLLAR BUY MORE AT PERRY'S ON SATURDAY We offer some special bargains that are a little bit better than we ever offered before. Here i3 your best opportunity to make your dollars buy more. All Sizes, 25c EachChildren's Fleeced Vests and Pants Children's Silver Gray, Heavy Fleeced Vests and rants, the warmest and best wearing garment you can buy. We offer this Vest and Pant in all sizes at only 25c each. Here is a chance for a saving. 60c Value, 50c Each Children's Fleeced Union Suits Children's Union Suits in 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years, an extra heavy fleeced urarment. well finished. A really 60c value. We shall ask you only 50c each on Saturday. 45c Ladies' Pure White Fleeced Vests and Pants Another supply of those Velvet Fleeced Vests and Pants. Corn care these Vests and Pants. We shall ask you only 45c each on I . Saturday. Quite a saving here. A Special Sale of Blankets on Saturday Where we can save you. This is an extra opportunity. We advise an early selection. $7.50 11-4 All Wool Blankets on Saturday $6.50 $7.00 11-4 All Wool Blankets on Saturday 6.00 $6.00 11-4 All Wool Blankets on Saturday 5.25 $5.75 11-4 All Wool Blankets on Saturday 5.00 $5.00 11-4 All Wool Blankets on Saturday 4.25 The above Blankets are bound with wide silk ribbon, in either Gray or White. Compare these Blankets with others and see if we cannot save you money. Here Is One Value in Sweaters We Have Others $3.50 Values $2.50 Ladies' Sweaters, Dark Red or Navy Blue One lot of Sweaters, a good heavy weight, with roll collar. A really $3.50 value. We shall ask you only $2.50 for this Sweater on Saturday. PERRY a CAMP TALK OF. THE TOWN tt I. a a a it a a 3 tt tt tx , a a tt a tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt aan8aa 888a3aaa3aaa8K One of the Many Examples in Dining Room Center Tables A slight idea of the variety of Dining Room Ex tension Tables that we carry in stock may be gained when we state that on November 1 no less than 27 different ideas in different woods and finishes were grouped in our basement salesroom. The opportunity for "matching up" to your present fur nishings is an exceptional one. They are all Sturdy Pieces Yet Not Lacking in Beauty of Design , Each one was built for service because it was built on honor. And each has is own strong points of deserving merit points that set it apart in a class by itself. If you are seeking for the "different" in an Extension Dining Tables, this is the place to come. , 6-ft. Square Top Extension Tables $6.30 up 6-ft. Round Top Extension Tables $11.25 up Grafanola and Victrola Talking Machines on easy payments. We are showing the 1915 Wall Papers. The only place in town where Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets are sold. "If it's a White, it sews right." More machines arrived yesterday. Have you been waiting for a special model?. It's here. B.W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest Housefurnishers tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt a tt 2 tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt u tt tt tt tt tt ft . tt tt tt tt tt u :connttaaattaagsttaccttttaanttnaaK Art Goods made up, ready to embroider; Cases for Shirts, raja mas. Night Gowns Wash Cloths, Toolh Brushes, Handker chiefs, Rubbers, Tags Knives, Forks and Spoons all stamped with new and simple designs. Winifred R Rowcll 161 North Main Strwt Every man, woman and child ahould have a ipkhJ pair of Rubbers at thi. reason of the year. Wet feet always travel the road that end in the hospital, and it's usually a short trip. We've the bet Rubers male. We full no other ort, for poor Rubbers are Jajs worse th&n r.o Rubl-ers at all. There are Ftorro Ri.br r. Low -Cut Rut rr. T'e RuUtrs SandJ, Foothold, itc, etc We've Ri!!r mettled to ft all the new tUkn of FaH Fh s We ft the Fh' w.th the r,rt of Rubbers that are jut right. THE TILDEfJ SHOE COMPANY Wuytmknit lion at Fit to', ' Hlmwmut rubbers lit Fitta". Buy your cout Friday or Katurduy at Vuuglian'. See Jiat of W. F. Richardson ral tate, page 7. FIhiuiuI night robe Hpccinl t the Vaiighaii Store. Ho uro to wo me isorwion rnucia at the B. A. C. fair Friday nijrlit, Nov. SJO. ViHit the wiawam uml have your for tune told at the Univeraalit air and festival to-uiht. Porter IVrrln left the city llii morn in) for Itiirlijijjton, where he will make a few day vimt with relatives Annuul iiiec-tina of Foreicn Masons will be held in Masonic hall Friday even iiw nt 7:30 o'clock sharp. Ijvt every member attend. ' MiMs (iertrudo Fobs, who has been em ploved in Barre for the past year, left this morning for Jvewburg, H, 1 ., where she will pass the winter. Thirty-five cents for your leaKy not wnter bottles at KusscU's, the Red Cross Pharmacj', in exchange for a new one si lling at $1.60 to $2.25. Do not make any engagement tor Wednesday, Dee. 2. You will want to go to the Christmas sale at me ji. r.. church, afternoon and evening. Twentv-citrht members of the I ongrc- gational Fhilathea class were pleasantly entertained last evening at the home of Mfs. Mary E. Starr in the Arcade build- .... Sir. and Mrs. Joseph Jasni and little lauuliter, Ada, have returned to their home in Worcester, after passing a few days with Mr. Sassi's brother, Joseph Sassi. of North Main street. Harvey Barclay Stetson, weighing 10 pounds, arrived early this morning at tlio lioine of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Stetson in St. .fohnsbury. Mrs. fltetson was for merly Miss Flora Barclay of this city. George C. Calhoun of Grafton. Mass., V. Joseph of Manchester, X. IL, and George H. Klwell of Dorchester, Mass., arrived in the city yesterday for a visit of several days at the home of E. M. Laws of Wellington street. To-night at the opera house the 1 horn as Musical Comedy Co, will present "Lodge Night," which is filled with ex cellent comedy and a number of the lat est songs. The musical show starts at 15, pictures being run after the regu lar Derformance. . Owing to an advance in tne price oi apples, I am unable to get them in bulk. I have ear due about Tuesday, Nov. 24, fancy greenings and Baldwins in stand ard barrels, Kings and Spies in HO-pound hampers. Ask your dealer to book your order for delivery on arrival of car. Sid ney K. Spafford. The Combination Five, a juvenile team of basketball players, will line ut against the Condors at the Church street gymnasium this evening ai i :ou ouw, the Combination is out for its fifth con secutive victory, having won four games within a period of three weeks. The Condors also have a team that is yet to be vanquished. One of the biggest attractions oi me season will be at the B. A. C. fair Friday night. The Norwich cadets from North lield have been secured at some expense to the management and will give a drill that night. This is their first appear- rwA in thin i-itv. so don't fail to see them. They will lie accompanied Dy tne 'ragtime quartet" of this city. M s Leone isarijent oi rrospeci e le was pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening by 10 of her friends, in honor of her Mth birthday. 1 he evening wa passed in plaving games, and a light uncheon of ice cream and cake was served. Among the many enjoyments u a solo bv Master Tommy Ross, eii titled. "Tipperarv." Mis Leone was presented a pair of skates by one of her friends. Last niffht at the B. A. C. fair about 2(10 tickets were sold at the door. I lie Misse Will and Thompson gave a great novelty in their Sottish dances. The male quartet was called four times to sing and the program ended ty n ex hibition of club swinging nv i.eorge .Mur ray. To-nishfs lirogram: Vocal solo, Alex. Mc-Kentie; sword and Highland dance, Leslie Mercer; rocal solo. James Bennett; reading, Jme Rowan. Rev. John R. Gates of XnrthfleM, some year ago a Barre bov, well known in the business circle of the city, active also in the rlitiroh and for the past few year an active worker in Africa, will ioeak at the Hedding church this even ing. The service will begin at 7:W. Mnr of the old friend of John Gates will want to heir l.im and many vhould be interested in hering one who know the conditions in such a country Af rica and one who h made good. The j service will close promptly mithin the hour. All are welcome. Vinci! i club kept open bouse !ait evening for nesrly 20 people, the occa sion being the firt of a series of la dies' nights to be luld during the winter months. In the rlv rvrning there w a short program. Bruce' orchestra con tr buting the firt number. Mny of tlose present were privileged lo bear for the fir I time M ( lr hippie, tench- f of elocution and voice culture at God- srd seminary. Mim Whipple" d , re amontr the most efijovswe rnimi-r nd she was warmly rwiifi by tier iidienr. Krl Frwll of Mont jwher fa t.rel the gatl.eiing with a rortiet solo nd l.ltlly appUii lcd. After rd Iwre were erd tournament snl dsnc- itjl in the rommandt-cv ball. Ihjimir the 'em J ls.t Hu-t't at the lle.il,ng hno-h on the r-nt rret Metlelit I n.r.n1 ion t 4toii nd UM-d the t't. f I "So Vueh a ! i M 1 Am Iadv." 1 1 At the eonvention at Ioton, nhwh lr . ! j t-t l.-l. )'T ! ) were rwtit . J t rm)l .(.. I hir)i of f.rry "rn ir:lrii lrnikht tip and. m-"t '" s t" f i'ir f-rn'tJ. Ti ft ret f t' I ). lB'tml are at tt- )-rrmn1 t tr wntf in t !-!. I rom ',! t ik.T tli'wed t t'.e ! the tlri'tm li.rrb. Tt lm i r ; !-r it ! t TO't j.tta nt sn-1 r -t s'd h rirwi t-A. He 7 irf r..f?n,iiEf ..itil4 lir I 1.. r p.rf k.-rp t h ti i ' U -it. V he .-' kr 1 . a i.i.i rt-1 II .!,-- h. if U-a J ,.f r.... tin1 1 . t it"1 t i ;! k t.ijl4 ttt4 t (t H : rt ' 1 1 V " , r-n l.ja' m 1 rt. I r. !.! Tl"-- H -..... - t. htri r.' lr. ... w in 1 .. ..' ! lr f,,i ' t In , . .. . f ! at"" 'f ! t lit r-"n- ) it fl Iw-pM fr ri l r TALK OF THE TOWN Do not forget Abbott' fur sale. Ric helieu seamless underwear at Flits', . Stout ladies' auit and cout. Sadlier'a. Come to Vangliun'a Friday and Sut duy. Great sale towels and crashes at the Vaiighan Store. See our window for new popular BOo fiction. Martin's Book Store, Bolster block. Come and buy your furs at half price. Joe Kovalxky's Tailor Shop, Kustman block. Girln, are you going to the B. A. C. far to see the Norwich cadet in their drill Friday night! Save your dimes and dollars for the good things that will lie on sale at the M. E. church fair Dec. 2. The Arts and Crafts club will meet with Miss l.iaiiys is. i.ale, Wellington street, Friday evening. Members please bo present. Don't fail to attend the B. A. C, fair to-night at Rowland hall. Admission 10c. A good time assured tp all. Every body come. Baked beans and brown bread for sale at the food booth Friday, the last day of the fair and festival at the Univer salis! church. Thirty-five cents for your leaky hot water bottles at Russell's, the Red Cross larmacv, in exenange ior a new one selling at $l..r0 to $2.2.. Owing to an advance in the price of rpples, I am unable to get them in bulk. 1 have car due about Tuesday, Nov. 24, fancy greenings and Baldwins in stand- id barrels, Kings and Spies in 60-pound empers. Ask vour dealer to book your order for delivery on arrival of car. Sid ney E. SpafTord. To-morrow afternoon at the Lincoln campus the Spaulding seniors play a game of football with tfie three lower claases of the school. Both teams have been undergoing a good deal of practice this week and a closely fought game is expected. There will be an admission of 13o for all. Deeds were drawn up in this city to day for the sale of the" farm in Rlain feld owned by Mr. and Mrs. John M. Thompson to Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Al nmw of Barre Town, who recently re turned to Vermont after a vear's resi dence in Manchester, N. H. The prop erty comprises some 45 acres of land, , house, barn and outbuildings located in ! 1'lainfield and not far from the I'lainfield ' '"healing springs." Included in the sale are the stock, crops and tools. Mr. and Mrs. Almaw are already moving their household goods to Perkinsville and ex pect to get settled on their new prem ies within a few days. Mr. Thompson has come to Barre to reside. His wife is recovering from an illness at the City hospital. The sum of $2,800 figured in tl-' transaction, which was consummated through the D. A. Ferry real estate agency. John Emslie, one of the proprietors of Jack's lunch on Depot square, is exhibit ing a curious trophy which he shot last Monday while the guest of Barre hunt er at Camp Kernel on I'la-eon pond in I'lainfield. To the casual observer who examines the animal, which is on exhibi tion at the restaurant, Mr. Emslie's tro phy bears the strongest resemblance to a fox. Veteran hunters, however, agree that they have never seen a fox exactly like the animal which the restauranteur brought down with his trusty rifle on a ridge overlooking the pond. The fox has an abnormally long tail, a body that is far plumper than the trunk of a fox M ordinarily supposed to be and ears that have a striking likeness to the ears of I a wildcat. While people wie in wood j lore are trying to classify the animal, Mr. Emslie is arranging with a taxider mist to have the trophy mounted. Mrs. John F. Murray of Kingston, N. V., was pleasantly surprised at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Donald Leith ;( Spaulding street. Tueaday evening, when lo of her friends walked into the houe unexpectedly to bid her farewell on be eve of her departure for her home. One of the delightful feature of the evening came hen Mrs. Margaret Cable, in a nct little speech, presented Mrs. Murray handsome handbag. The presentation was made in liehalf of the company and Vr. Murray responded with a few p pif priate words of appreciation During the evening refreshments were s.ned. le company left at a late hour, after wishing Mia. Murray a safe journey. Mrs. Murray and Mai-ter Arthur Miller returned to Kingston yeaterday, after a stay of several weeks at the home uf Mr. and Mrs. I ith. X A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. 4 A ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Have You Pro- & vided for The Gold Weather? This is surely ideal fur weather, and we can supply your wants, in whatever kind or style of fur you may want. Our fur sale Wednesday was a great success, many ladies being able to get what they wanted in fancy furs. We went through the line and picked out for stock a large variety of Sample Seta and Separate Pieces that we find are exceptional values. This was our chance to pick from a $25,000.00 line of samples, that were made up in the season's best style. These we bought to continue our sale through the rest of the week. If you want a good Fur value in any kind or quality of Fur, we are surely in position to give you what you want. '. Black Furs are as good as ever, and these we have in all qualities from the cheap Coneys '. to the Black Lynx. The Black Fox and Lynx are a Fur that will apepal to you for a nice black gloss Fur. The Natural Raccoon Fur is as popular this season as last, .and there is no Fur that for the price can equal it for service. We have some extra values in the Mink Furs in sets or the separate pieces. If you want a nice set of Fur that you can wear as long as you want to and still have a good fur, see the special Marten Sets. ! " i The Black or Colored Wolf Furs are a Fur that is a little a coarser than the Fox, but ! for service they cannot be duplicated. ! i The cheap Fur we sell quantities of that we guarantee for service is the Black and Isabella Opossum. These are a Fur that when worked out make a Fur that looks almost J as good as a Marten. These Furs we start at $2.98 for a good-sized Muff, and this is a Muff that has good styleand will wear extra well. J In the Coneys, we can give you a good showing of these at from $1.50 to $7.50, and the better grades we guarantee for service. If you want a Fur to match a particular piece you have, we will be only too glad to get it for you, providing we have not the same in stock. See our display in our north show window. I In ore : : : TALK OF THE TOWN Special value in ladies' fur coats at Abbott'. Old folks concert Friday evening at the fair and festival at the Vuiversalist , church. It will pay you to come in and look at our line of scarfs and muffs selling at half price. All kinds of repairing. Joe Kcvalnky's Tailor Shop, Eastman block. A BMn of Beauty ( Joy rorwvr. T. Falls Oouraud'a Oriental Orttm or Ma(loal Baautlflor. Rnws Tsa. napla JUa, aa hkia Pwm, aai rrr ai.mua tym twaulr. n da. BM Slvtlra. It (tOt I H tMl ' a fMra. an to an ivwtiMi t Ui. a UBiirlt la prop''? a.ft-i. aoapi au opudi f.ll of a atuar am. rt. L. A. tti ta a lad- nt u fc.ut t" ta lt!all A frm laataa D f3aara"a Traaaa' at ra tnal aarrnfui -t .. laa mi mhi: ta all 4ntfiai IM t f Uooit la tts rant fctaiaa. Cauaa au4 Kunfh. fP.C.T.illrt!IS i SGI, rr, 17 8'Ui.u SUM Gobble These Bargains j nut a twffet hinrlm a a.rve.1. i r. Wil'.afn Shsir f f Mntj'i-r ap ke ' Hii-l't at the Ile.M,ng M t htit 1 f Our Fish Department is chuck f ul I of all sorts of Good Things To Eat nf ritflit nriros. - -r-, i Han your Thankpiving dinner early. Some have left their Turkey orders already. Firft order received will pet the first choice. Turkey, Geee (are cheap). Ducks, Fowl?, large Fancy Chicken. a . - .i.i.i. .. I, i - i .....n ii When Edison says: "I have found what I have been looking for since 1877," will you take the trou ble to find out what it is? The things that Edison ppends 37 years hunting for are worth knowing about. The NEW EDISON DIAMOND DISC is an entirtly new sound-producing instrument that reproduces music just as it founded when the music was recorded. The machine tone has been entirely eliminated. If j-ou are a real music lover, we shall at your request endeavor to give you a Diamond Disc musi cale in your home or club. Do not hesitate to call on us. II. I). CinSON. Af.ENT At Brown's Drug Slorc I ke 1 t f ate Trit. p"' P . P k". . . . Pi.ker.-I. -r ?. v-' h. .tr.. d. P. ill P'-t ft v Ija-r M'kfl. -a-h . -m1 V-ar.. 3 1t a. I,. . ... ft il - M..-II !. -T -k lb TC aot 'St tat . . . tot tit and jof ! 5! 5- rg I'l'l't", r..-at. t. a'i---- tia-.. t'r .. . I i I a I a I i 1: :'njt. I r-t IT. I-T t 5 llad iok. p'T ? toe and lac d, j r T- ....ioc and tie litl ler. -IT !V lot -r.-"t j . r?, ac fr.., ll rfrf, h jt Ficesa H1i'. freth rrery 4y, tc K r.'1 M'Tr'fif. -a- a je '.i. ! i.-rr -t!jr. yr 3. toe p..V4 lil-t.-r. t kfi dd f t f l -a-. ! i' !. ? fl-a 15c I r 1 1... . . t't l a-al i . Luti , ni 'r ic Or od n!errifA, Fiurhr.U.i r.l. I quart for 2.V Nf' ("trr-rl fer,. ff-ded n..i!n, ivtki.tre 10c trrre. LTn'n and Citron V. prr It 2e He have y:i ivc-d a frw ham H f f&nry Nr1hf m .v ; y, f.rwt.ifp. !'ljtr., Id Ptrr rr. ina and 1 r,hhn A; ;!, 2.-0 to I rf r I t ml rrn.L tor itipay .- a .- -a i t ' -I iv Va it ISA M-nr Pif fri-r One j- ,! thrte r-j Kf'.- t.f r.rar,drt4hir M r.t"i th every - - e y.f&t for Fresh Fish for Friday Wc have a full assortment of Fish for you. Though it's f-carce and hiph in the markets, we make no per ceptible changes in price. CHICKEN HA LIU ITT . EASTERN SALMON KKESH SMELTS HEHHINGS IIULLrotTS FIX)UNI)i:i:s STEAK COD I LUE FISH HADDOCK TKOUT MACKEHEU frtsh caught FINNAN HADDIES CLAMS LonSTEIiS, OVSTEHS AND SHELL STOCK Prelate Iirr.n l Piik Salmon, tall cans Pound can? of Hat Salmrn. Hat can?, 2 fur. T-.l -1 J.1t,-.T till Til! n, tnll c:.r.. Matehle?? Led Alaska Salm-r. t'I ca 5IatchJe.-5 PcI A!a-ka Sa'm -n. Hat t n? Sa!t Sj Wet and Drv - -:e Shn: v.- in car.?. 10c l.V 2 10c I i a I I a i -t $-:t r.' ... T n J. I .. V. at-4 t'-a Smith & Cumings THE F. D. LADD COMPANY lint trw'T v a