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THK RAHHE DAILY TIMES, B A KICK, VT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1013.
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50 Waists on -Sale Saturday
YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED IN THESE WAISTS
A $1.50 Value, $1.19 Each New Waists, $1.19 New Models
These Waists are up-to-the-minute styles, in fancy Crepes, Ma
dras, Voiles; are tastefully trimmed. Every Waist in this lot is
worth $1.50. For a quick sale, we shall offer this lot for only $1.19
each. You cannot afford to miss having one or two of these Waists.
All sizes to start with. '
Here Is One in a Crepe De Chine Waist for $1.98
A heavy Crepe de Chine Waist, hemstitched cqllar. Two rows of
hemstitching on front, also sleeves are hemstitched. A very at
tractive Waist for $1.98. You will recognize a $2.50 Waist in this
model. '
Ask to see those Crepe de Chine Waists at $2.50, $2.98 and $3.50.
Special Mark Down on Petticoats
$3.00 All Messaline Petticoats to close at $2.49
$2.50 All Messaline Petticoats to close at 2.00
$2.50 Jersev Tod Petticoats to close at 2.19
1 9 Mnooolino TTiniah Peffifnata t.rt floSft at .89
$1.50 Percale House Dresses to close (extra sizes) at 1.29
50c Children's Flannelette Night Robes to close at 39
E9 Q Prono an A F1annflpf to KimnriOS to close at 2.29
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PERFECT
DECORATIONS!
NINETEEN FIFTEEN
I WALL
T PAPER
Knowing that the users
of good Wall Papers ap
preciate seeing the goods
in the roll and getting
practically the-same ef
fect as upon the wall, we
bought heavier for our
spring business this year
of the better papers than
ever before and they are
I now here ready for your inspection.
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The suggestions which we are able to offer repre
sent the last word in modern decorative tendency
you are assured that in quality, design and coloring
every pattern that we show is fully worthy of its pur
pose and its price. -
In buying the better Wall Papers we did not neglect the me
dium or cheaper grades.
Room Mouldings finished in natural, white enamel and gilt
at 2 l-2c a foot.
" Come to Hooker's to find the answer to any Wall Paper a
problem that may enter into the decorating of your home.
I B. W. Hooker & Co. I
Z UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS
V LICENSED EMBALMERS
8 , HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE
11 DAY
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OR NIGHT
PHONE IT-11
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This is
the
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season
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Oyster
Stews
Thi wofk f lav an utra
larjr faiKj Oyntera.
45c qf.
Clams for chowder, Shell Clams, Scallops and Lob
sters, Oysters in Shell.
Another lot of fancy White Chicken Halibut, weighing
from 3 to 10 pound each; Whole Fish 14c; Sliced 15c
Eastern White Halibut, per lb 25c
Frefh Salmon, per lb 25c
Large Mackerel each . . . .30c and 35c
Spanish Mackerel, lb 20c
Fancv Smelt, two lbs for 25c
Blue 'Fish, per lb 20c
Shore Haddock, per lb 12c
Bock Cod. per lb . 12c
Cufk, jr lb 12c
Flounders, per lb 10c
Lake Perch, dreed, per lb 2V
Lake Pike, per lb 20c
Bull Heads, per lb 20c
Lake Trout, per lb 2c
Larn? Hfrrirr?, ench .V. ix for 2V
Haddxk Rof-MKr lb IV
Hnnan Haidic ?, rryl.cj twice daily, per lb 12c
Larjre Kir p red lhrrinp, each 5c
Telephone your order early.
Free I)errunlration of Sunshine Cookie th Week
and Oar 0n Tmh Boasted C-!Tre.
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TALK OF THE TOWN
See' AblK)tt muHlin umlotirwear anlo.
Nrarly evt-rytliiiitf at a discount at
IVrry'g un Saturday.
Fifty now wiiintn on bhIo for $1.1!) each
at Perry's on Saturday.
Regular meeting of Canton Vinton on
Friday night. Important ImMinenti.
A valentine aoiial will tio held In the
Carloton aehoolhouao on Friday evening,
Feb. 12. , ,
You should ( thoso crepe do clunc
waist for $1.08, $2.50, $2.H8, and 3.ftJ,
at l'mry's. ,
Come and aeo the coat-tail on the
dregg auit worn by the amttU men at
the Tom Thumb wedding.
Henry Jones of Newport, N. IT., has
returned home after spending two weeks
on business here in the city.
Ralph Freeland of Keene, N. H., ar
rived yesterday for a few days visit
with friends and relatives in the city.
Mrs. Emma F. Clough returned yes
terday to lier home iu Marshlield, after
having iniido an extended visit with rela
tives in Barre and vicinity.
Afra. Mir hael McDonald and two chil
dren of 20', South Main street have re
turned from a visit of several weeks with
relatives in Cambridge, Mass.
Bailey's Musie Rooms arc representa
tives for the Ivers & Tond, Mason &
Hamlin, Knabe, McPhail and a number
of other good makes of pianos. Fend for
catalogue. 14 Klin street, Barre, Vt.
Mrs. Susan M. Chandler and Miss Har
riet Chandler left last night for Jersey
City, where they expect to visit friends
for the remainder of the winter.
Mrs. W. D. Morrison left this morning
for her horns in lower Waterford, after
staying with her mother, Mrs. James
Harvey, on the East Montpelier road,
who has been quite sick, but is now re
covering. ,
Ex-Oovernor J. Frank Hanly, who is
touring New England with the Flying
Squadron of America, left last night at
9:30 o'clock for Boston, after having de
livered an address in the Hedding Meth
odist church.
Miss Anna R. Robertson of Curritr
street returned last night from Bostou,
where she has been spending several days
with her sister. Miss Robertson resumed
her duties in the office of Water Super
intendent H. E. Reynolds this morning.
Not in several winters has there been
such a constant demand for free lodging
st police headquarters and scarcely a
night passes without one or more un
fortunates applying tor acoommnaauuiw.
Ytprrlnv a man who had traveled
shank's mare all the way from Conway,
N. IL, to thia city, aBked the poli('e ot
shelter. Thrown out of work in the
lumhor woods of New Hanirtslnre, the
man said his thoughts turned to BHrre,
W hi was emnloVed until 14 years
ago and where he formerly belonged to
the state militia, fcvery jncu oi me um
,... l... plaims. he covered on foot, in
quiring at nearly every farmhouse for
work. He said that the coutry highway
are frequented by many "runners," all
of whom seem anxious to secure work of
any kind.
.losenh Illnir and son of Chazr, !.
arrived in the city late yesterday from
Mnwe. where thev have been visiting
since coming to Vermont last week from
their home in Chazy, N. Y. Father and
son made several inquiries as to the
whereabouts of William Chsrbonneau, na
their visit in Barre was to be made with
him. The elder Blair, who lacks but a
few months of his 80th birthday, con
fided his desire to Ceorge Leolnir. who
volunteered to guide the old gentleman
to the home of Moses Charbonnrau un
Presidential hill. The Madison avenue
man could claim no kin with the Chsr
bonneau sought by Mr. Blair and the
latter was about to give tip his search
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in despair wnen someone uim-ieu mm
to police headquarter. There the office
were able finally to locate imam inir-
bonneau, who lies near lower YNebster
ville.
A threatening chimney fire broke out
at the homo of Richard A. loar of 31
Kukt (r-' t lint nicht around supper time
and before the danger of a bad blsie had
entirely vanished the fire station was
notified and Chief Gladding ordered out
the auto truck. Sparks were rolling out
of the chimnev in volumes when the fire
men arrived and the roof around the
rhimnrT was srettinir uncomfortably
warm, according to the regulars. Neigh
bora were advising the mipanta of the
house to prepare for aerious results when
the firemen acaled the roof and began
naking the shingle with chemical aolu
tion. From within, a suecrsful effort
to extinguih the fire was made and in a
short time the danger had been removed.
Smoke did a little damage to the inte
rior of the dwelling. The fliwieii re
turned to the sutioa shortly after 6
o'clock.
H was definitely announced to-day
that the aeriea t( basketball pm be
tween Fpauldma and (joddard, vhkh was
projected fT February and March, will
not tie played this wintrr. Jans who
have Wb setting a store by this "rlaM
k" in Vermont prejratory k IkhiI ein !
will regret that th mansgrmenU of the
two teams were unable to come t"V"tber.
A faultv member at (Hiddsrd aeminaiy.
in esplmrung ti aituatioa, d-Ire that
Oxidard ia illiiig to met the tigh
echool if atfartry arranf ements for
a referee ra tie male, Aoranf 10
tfe poiemaa for (;oJ1rd. the aemmary
player ol.jet to plarlri under tbe ml-
ing, of t!e referee t by pllld.nt
i for tbe f!rt t me. A vote on the que
' tma a taken a 'on as t! tUveea
! returned from their tnp lat week and
i there ajpeared to l a iimni opin
itm tbt the aeir.iTiarians ttt,H fit lv
( ut tea panll tig pr"mied to jhar,-e the
' f feree.
APHHTT
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P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
23rd Annual White Sale
of Muslin Underwear and Embroideries
In this sale is a manufacturer's line of samples at 1-3
off the regular price. This sale will help those that
make up their own garments. There are Long Cloth,
Muslins and Lawns, Hamburgs and Laces for those
that make their own underwear. All of these in this
sale at a saving. The following at exceptional prices:
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M. Martin & Co.
Sample line of Muslin Underwear.
Over two years since we have been
able to get one of these sample lots.
This ia the largest and one of the
finest lines of Muslin Underwear in
America.
. These samples are in fine shape;
some just as fresh as new, others
slightly soiled. Half of this lot is
medium price, the other half their
very best grades.
In this lot aro Ladies' and Misses'
Night Robes, Corset Covers, Drawers,
Combinations and White Skirts.
Two years ago one-half of this lot
sold in four hours' time.
Misses and Children's
Muslin- Underwear
Muslin Underwear for the children
at less than you can make it.
One lot of Children's Tlain Tucked
Muslin Drawers, the kind you see in
sales at 10c each. This lot, while
they last, at 5c per pair.
Children's Hamburg Trimmed
Drawera, al sizes, at 15c each, 2 pair
for 23C.
. Children'! Torchon Lace Trimmed
2,V Drawers, this sale 19c V'T rir-
Cihldren's White Skirts and Ba
bies' Night Robes; this sale at 25c
each.
Children'B and Young Ladies' Night
Robes, all sizes, hamburg trimmed, at
50c each.
Children's Night Robes with low
neck and short sleeves, hamburg and
torchon lace trimmed, at 50c each.
Corset Covers
We make a specialty of 5c Cor
set Covers. This time we have a for
tunate purchase that will look good
to you; a 39c Cover for 2oC.
One lot of 50c very pretty Cover
in this sale at 39c each.
Better Covers you will find up to
$2.00 w10 in our sample lots in this
sale.
White Skirts '
In this sale are a lot of medium
priced Skirts at 87c, aclling for 58c
in this salt.
All aamples will be sold at one
third off the price marked. Price
on the whole lots a follow:
2.V' values now for 17c
50c value now for -'Sc
C5c values now for 43c
"oc value now for ....-50c
87c value now for 58c
$1.00 values now for 67c
flio value now for 84c
fl.50 values now for $1.00
1.7. values now for
2.00 values now for
12.50 valuse now for
$3.00 values now for
The above are on
wear of all kinds.
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Sample L'nder-
Night Robes
You can get a better conception of
these Muslin Underwear values by
seeing the whole line.
One lot of 63c and 75c Night Robes.
These come with short sleeves, long
sleeves and kimono sleeves ; are heav
ily trimmed with hamburg and eell in
this 6ale at 49c each.
Sample Robes in this s.vle up to
$3.00 each, at sample prices.
Muslin Drawers
Our 23c ,in f Drawers are good
values.
Our 50c Drawers are special lots
of 60c and 6.rc values, in this lot.
Several samples of Drawers from
50c up to $1.50 each, in our sample
lot at sample prices.
Here Are Kinds to Make
Up
One lot of yard-wide Berkley Cam
bric for Underwear. This sale only
lie Ppr yard- T'"9 Price on'y fov
a few days.
We find that one of our best un
derwear cloths is our Japanese Cloth.
We have an inside deal on English
Long Cloths that will help you. These
by the piece at a little less than by
the yard. These prices will look good
to you.
Hamburgs
One lot of Wide Hamburg Flounc
ing for skirts or corset covers. These
now in this sale at 10c Per 5"ani'
One lot 6f 27-inch Imported Ham
burg Flouncing for skirts or chil
dren's dresses. Somo are a little
soiled. Were $l.fi0 per yard. This
lot, this sale, at 98c Per J'ard-
One lot of 45-inch Hamburg Flounc
ing from f 1.50 to $1.87 per yard, all
in with the 98c lot
One lot of 27-inch Imported $2.50
Flouncing, soiled and mussed. This
lot in with the 98c Hamburgs.
Some etxra pood values in our nar
rower width Hamburgs.
Laces
One lot of fine Lace Insertions, run
from one-half to one inch wide; hero
are both French and German Yal. that
were from 6c to 10c per yard; somo
arc soiled. The price to close, 3c
per yard, or 3 yards for 5c- AU
who have children can profit by this
lot. '
. One lot of Linen Torchon Lace,
from one to two inches wide; values
from 6c to 10c per yard. This lot for
Muslin L'nderwear at 5c Por yard.
We have all widths of Bias Seam
Tapes and Colored Edge Trimming
Braids.
We cannot every season ct together such values as the above. We always have a nice line of
Martin's Muslin Underwear that we think a little the best grade on the market. This time they
turned out a lot of samples at sample prices. You will want to save a part of your money. Here
is your chance.
The Daylight Store j
TALK OF THE. TOWN
Reduction on suits and coata at Fitt
rV Abbott's muslin underwear win
do'. . -
A meeting of the t-mtrr' union
will he hlt at their Hall inurasy even
ing at 7:30 oYhxk.
A number of jroung men from the eatt ;
side of ttie city win attempt to a.-aie me
rno -ld slopes of Camel's Hump Belt
Sunday morning. A frtf tt ten anon -1
Ixier leave Bsrr at an early hfmr ;
and try the cent in the forvuoon. Sev
eral prk spo a rmrtr of no
TALK OF THE TOWN
New spring gingham at Fitl".
Sample undrrwear le at Ablaut's.
Have ou noticed the rreie de chine
wsiMs fT fl.! at Perry's.
You villi want one or two of thoe
waist on sale Saturday for 11.19 at
Terry's: nw 1I.
Tl! Vrtt Wtrr Co. are cloniri out
the hnlaiKV of their fur and fur lined j
coats at a libtral discount.
We offer on Saturday 60 new up to-i
the minute t jle waista for 11.19 esrh. !
Fumy rtvpe, vnilf. madras, at Ferry's 5
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d.-al f diffi.-iilM. H the weather col 1 The lUutinte Trio of this city hnve
snl tle snow is in fairlv f.rm condition, Wn soured ty the pr.ram committee
the lUrre mountain-climber are ronfl- f the SnrthfleU hand fair to appear on
detit the fiat run be aceontt Lshed. ' Saturday right's prfigram.
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Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co.
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A. r. AHIIOTT
A Bargain Sale of
Wm. A. Rogers Silverware
This Slvrmftt-e tt boyfU t,y Mr. D-- to put out
prfrr.iun;; h in the rrr&mrrj' fit ottr m jrar and
i,rvT M t ptr.td until jrfttniay.
Wt huve T!r use for prfrr.ium: otsr r' n;u.t m a
c-jst'.ty that will a1vr-rti thfmlv.
We ma't Mil th; F.hfrri t a Ue acri-c. T.; m u.t
r,t i with a ru.-h. !t the t-t chrre j-r,u yky fvr
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NEW SPRING
WALL PAPERS
If we do not have what
you wish, we will be
pleased to order it for
you from the
NEW SAMPLE DOOKS.
A. V. DECKLEY
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RESH FISH
Did you ever realize that a look at the
asortrr.ent cf Fish in our window is a
little different than the reading of it?
FHESH II A LI HUT, j?r lb 20c
FROZEN HALIHUT, line eatinp, per lb I3c
MACKEREL, each 2.c
SALMON, rr lb V
SMELTS, 2 It s, for 2
HERRINGS, l.-.rro rr.c. r, for 2V
HADDOCK ROES. r lb
ROCK COD, " 1V 1,7,1 12c
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The SmiUi&Cummgs Co. ,::v-:t:iz
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LAKE DIKE, drt-ol, jr lb. .
LAKE TROUT.
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