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THE HAHHK DAILY TIMES, UAKHK. VT., WEDNESDAY, MAUCII 21, 1915.
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Free - A Standard Pattern !
Every copy of the Illustrated Quarterly Standard
Fashion Book entitles you to any Standard Fashion
Free. This stunning book shows you every single
thing your wardrobe needs hundreds and hundreds
of designs. 20c a copy, 30c by mail.
Be sure you read the Designer, it publishes the
smartest advance styles.
We arc taking subscriptions for the Designer for
30c a copy, for a short time.
Call and get your April Designer.
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The Original and Only 3 in 1 Vacuum Carpet Sweeper
II SWEEPER-VAC, without electricity, does as
thorough work as the expensive electric vacuum
cleaners, but
q The SWEEPER-VAC costs bo little that some
people imagine it cannot do what it really does
accomplish.
J Just the: natural,
swinging carpet sweep
er motion, that any
woman can perform, is
the SWEEPER -VAC
way keeping all rugs and
carpets clean all the time.
Cf Costs less than the price of
having a few rugs cleaned once.
Because of increased output the
price of the Sweeper-Vac has been
voluntarily reduced. $6.50, $8.50 and $10.50.
CJ Refuse every machine that cannot actually
show the 3 forms illustrated in the triangle. Look
'for the name "aWEEPER-VAC." Ask for our
special Selling Plan.
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LICENSED EMBALMER8
HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE
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DIRECTORS
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Ladies!
Telephone us your order for the April issue
of THE LADIES HOME JOURNAL.
The Personal Number
You will want to read the articles written
by Theodore Roosevelt, William Jennings
Bryan, "Billy Sunday" and others of special
interest.
If there is any special magazine that wc
have not in stock, we'll be glad to get it for you.
Drown's Drug Store,
TALK OF THE TOWN
J.aco front i. & 0. fnraet it Ab
bot fa. v
Alexander Muckia left yeatenlay for
Kutlaml on it whort biiHine viitit.
All F. O. H. M. goiiitf to Kant Harre to
nlKbt please meet tit liow ' livery atable
Ht 0:4") iluirp.
C. F. Smith, auctiiimiT, U In Ryi'Kiite
today holding a farm sain for C. L. Mur
ray, of ntH-k and tool.
The Art and CYMt'tn club will moot
with Mix i.raeo Newliall on Orange
street to-morrow evening.
Mia AliiB Sullivan of Pearl street
went to lier home In llurdwiik this
morning for a briif visit.
Wo have a lot of excellent bargain In
boy' ahoe. Now la the time to (It out
the boy for spring. Tilden Shoe Co.
Tiuto Carcla left tlio city tins morn
inir for Alhanv. N. Y.. whore he has se
cured employment for th Hummer.
A. A. Creamer left lust nicht for Plain
Held, where he will paaa the remainder
of the week in camp at Pigeon point.
E. L. Frederick returned thi morn
ing to his home in liangor, Me., after
pausing 10 Uiiya in liurre ana juonipei
ier.
Walter Griffin returned to Harm biHt
eveuinif from Waterbury, where he baa
been the guest of Charle D. Rwasey
for a few days.
Charles Zanleoni and bis son, Mario
Zanleoni, of North Main street returned
this morning from a few days business
visit in Dohton.
Mrs. M. G. Sawver of Montnelier, for
merly of Barre, was operated on at the
Heaton noapitai, juompeuer, una
noon by lJrs. Hurr and an-ituiro.
Mr. and Mrs. Girdon E. Wood worth
of Washington street returned yester
day from a visit of several days with
relatives in Elmore and Johnson.
Don't forcet the coneert at the Con-
m-nrm t.ionnl rhureh this eveninir at
o'cloek. I-ay aside business cares ami
worries and "come and be entertained for
two hours.
Miss Katherine Flanagan of Burlington,
who has been visiting Mrs. C. R. Pres
ton in St. Albans, arrived in tue eity
last night for a few days' stay with
friends in Barre.
News of the death of Mrs. Ella Hub
bard has been received by Mrs. C. W.
Scott of 10 Richardson street. Mr. Hub
bard was a niece of Mrs. Scott and leaves
a number of relatives in this city and vi
cinity. Her death occurred on March 12
in San Diego, Cal., and her remains were
taken to her home in San Antonio, Tex.,
for burial.
All ladies of the Church of the Good
Shepherd are asked to contribute some
thing toward the missionary box to be
sent to Alaska the last of next week. It
is hoped all will respond. Articles can
be left at Mrs. W. D. Reid'a. If anyone
is unable to do so, please notify Mrs.
Frank Howland and she will see they an
called for. Any second-band clothing, like
old linen, sweaters, sheets, towels and
handkerchief will be very acceptable.
The second bowling gama tx'tween Gar
dens and Marriotti vs. B. Marrianni and
B. Corcoran was bowled at the Merlo
alleys last night and resulted in a vic
tory for Marrianni and I orcoran. At
the end of the first four strings the seor
was a tie but on the last string the win
ners got a total of 33 pin more than
their opponents. This make a game for
each side and a third game will be bowled
later. The alleys that are to be used
for the third game are not yet decided
upon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Hollister Jackson of
Wellington street entertained a danc
ing party of 12 couples in the ground
store of the Jackson block at 100 North
Main street last evening. Within the past
few months the store apartment has
been thoroughly renovated and before
it was occupied by the new leasees, the
owners grasped the opportunity for hav
ing a dancing party on the polished hard
wood floor in the main room of the store.
The guests danced to ictroht music
and at intermission delicious refresh
ments were served.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
RENFREW
DEVONSHIRE CfcQTH
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UB PROOFAMDSUN PROOF
We Are Pushing Very
Hard Our Line Of
Wash Goods
We have the largest line that we have ever
had. We are doing a large mail order business
on these Wash Goods. There is no other way
better to buy than by mail and especially when
traveling is rather poor.
There are lots of Wash Goods in our store
that we have never mentioned, especially those
around 25c, 50c and 75c. We talk more about
the popular- priced cloths, the ones worn by
the masses, by all classes. Those that sell for
less than 25c per yard.
Wash Goods for Less Than
23c per Yard
The largest assortment of these
goods sold in this part of Vermont.
You should see our JfJc table. Here
are fine, yard-wide Percales. A lot
of 12 Vic Ginghams. These cloths in
dark or light shades at IfJc Pr ar,1
and we parcel post them free at the
game price.
On our 121iC tat,e ar! over 30
atyh-s of our Endurance Cloth that
is having such a large sale; 32-inch
Krinkle Cloth, same price; also a lim
ited lot of 32-inch Rough and Ready
Cloth at 12 VtC P'r 'ar,L We sam
ple these and parcel post free.
Summer Wash Goods for hot days.
Holly Batiste is one of the best.
These in small, dainty patterns, all
new 1915 styles, at 12'lC yard.
Easter One Week from
Sunday
Only a short time to get new
things ready. New Hats, new Gloves,
new Suits and Coats, new Belts and
Bags, new Neckwear of the new J915
ideas. Lots of new things are now
ready for Easter selling and Easter
wear.
If you prefer to buy a Hat Frame,
or a bunch of Flowers and make
your own Hat, we are here with the
goods at right prices to aell you.
Anything in the, way of a Hat or
any part of a Hat can be bought of
us just as you want it, and the
price will only be wholesale cost with
a small profit added.
Our full line of Children's spring
and summer Hats has just arrived.
The largest assortment that has ever
been shown in Barre.
Ladies' House Dresses
We have just received our spring line of Ladies' House Dresses. These
are the "Good Service" Make of Dresses, which is our " guarantee as to
quality and fit. These are Dresses that come in qualities from 81.00.
f 3.00- "d every Dress is made in the best of style and finished in nice
fcha'pe throughout. Every seam is bound, and the waist band are taped
the cheap Dress made on the same lines as the better grades. When
you buy a "Good Service" Dress, you get a Dress that FITS.
The Black and White and Blue and White Check House Dress we are
putting out at $1.00 is mal0 V "Good Service" people and is a Dres
that will lit, and we think it an extra value.
At $1.19 re a number of different models in Dresses that are made
from Percale and a good quality of Gingham. These are a very neat, fine
fitting Dress.
At $1.50 Bla nd White, Blue and White, and Lavender and.
White Check Gingham Dress, that is made up in a very attractive style;
is finished with plain color gingham to match the color of Dress. These are
an exceptionally good Dress value.
At $1.50 ' Striped Seersucker Dress that is a very good value, la
made up in a good style and is a Dress that does not need ironing.
At $2.00 fine Colored Gingham House Dress that is made in a very
neat, dre'ssy style. Is finished with Bique and Lace Edge. Colors, Black,
Blue, and Lavender Stripes.
If you want a House Dress that, will lit like a $.i.00 Dress, try one of
these "Good Service" House Dresses. Notice the display in our show
window.
If you will act quickly you can buy at our store a year's subscription to our New Idea Magazine for 35c and have giveh to you free
a New Idea in Fashions and one New Idea Pattern free, so that your year's subscription would cost you only 25c a year or about 2c
each number. Advertisers in magazines pay the cost of publishing; you pay but a little more than the postage if you buy while
this special offer holds good.
The Daylight Store
HRll.fl AND KODAkt
MAGAZINES ASO CTATIOXKRT
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Jufct Take a Look at Our
NEW SPRING
WALL PAPERS
If wc do not have what
you ifch, we he
pleased to order it for
you front the
NEW SAMPLE HOOKS.
A. V. DECKLEY
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New was received in Barre yesterday
of the death of Mellen C. Hooker, a for
mer resident of riainficld. which occurred
at bis home in Washington, D. '., Mon
day. Mr. Hooker was a brother of Loren
H." Hooker of 101 rropect street, and
Mrs. C. M. Bickford of ("helsea i a sis
ter. The deceased was a native of I'lain
field and at the time of his death lie was
in the vicinity of 75 years of age. Here
in Barre he liad a wide acquaintance
among the older residents of the city
and some 2D niece and nephew living
in this locality are among the surviving
relative. The deceased one of 14
children. He went to Washington manv
year ago and bad been in buine at
various time in the national capital.
I'or upward of IS year he wa an em
plore in Die treasury department. Fu-
nwal service will be in Washington to
morrow and after the remains have lwn
cremated, the ahe ill be brought to
Vermont for interment. Mr. K. M.
Kidder of Montpelier. a iter of Mr.
Mker' wife, ha gone to Washington
to att nd the funeral.
Willi m G. F.dw-ard of M Merchant
frwt. bo i tking a few ds' c-j
tmn from hi dutif in the Walkover i
Bfiot Shop, went thi morning to Kerri
burg
fu rwtung at toe wedding
l'ith tlipma of that tow n t Kiwt
liiAine f Itirimntham. Ala. The wi
diiig i t he r. ). !- ted t the l.imie of
the .ri t t he at fYlok. After a
tr,f -Mtri tfip tit couple w ill rruke
Kx-tr l.e ta Kerri'hiirg. TV j,rrjw..
t; l.n.ie i a it-r .f Ahiia t hrna.
TALK OFJTHE TOWN
Nemo corsets at Abbott's.
Ilenjiunin Gasparello of the firm of
Gasparello Brothers, returned yeaterday
from a brief businega viait in lkwton.
Remember the ladle' union dance at
Goddard Friday, March 2fi. Pancea to
please all. Good miisii". Kefrenliment.
Come out and enjoy yourself.
The condition of Mr. P. .f. Morse of
Tremont street, who aubniitted to an
TALK OF THE TOWN
, PeTWvoiiie bra8ierrea at Abbott's.
Wait for the opening of the new United
Fruit Store, T North Main street, Sat
urday, March 27.
Bear in mind the ladies' union dance at
Goddard Friday, March 2d. A good time
assured young and old.
If vou do not aee the bargain you want
in our window, tep inaide. We will try
and please vou. ave money. Tilden
operation at the City howpital yesterday, I Shoe Co.
wa rejHrted to lie favorable to-day. Having taken over the management of
Mioa Blanche Kiiasell of 7 Lantern a ve-1 Riley orchestra and also being the man
nue ha jjone to Canaan for a fhort vi!t I egi't of the Montpelier Military band or
with Mi Josephine Hovey. a former! chentra, 1 am in'a position to fnrniih two
suiierviMir of mimic in the citv schools.! pood orcheatra for all occasion and I
1-atcr lioth will co to New 1 ork for a
few day' init.
The Order of the Lantern Star will
uive a box xial and card partv Fridav
renpectfully solicit your patronage. Karl
H. Foiaell. Montpelier, Vt. Thone 2.12.
The ladies' union of the l'niveraalit
church will hold their annual dance at
evening, .Mann zn, ai s oeiocn, in me (io,llarJ aeminary j-ridar, .Maren -'n.
Knight of Pvthia hall. All member of i Bruce' orchestra w ill furnikh muie.
the order, with Mason and wive, are Card table will be placed for those who
cordially invited,
Admission, 7.V per
Refreshment will
The South Barre grange will hold their
annual old and voting folks' dance at
initv temtile Wednesday. March it.
thicken pie supper win be .erved. narre jbH,dBnM.n t( .r). t) flty in the turn
opera house orchestra. inee, per of fin.iHHl. then-br fracturing with one
couple. Slipper 3 each. Cutler' barge, fln ,woop , ,.rdeiit which has held
do not care to dance.
couple. Ladies,
I served.
Having gone to the pain of obtaining
almost unlimited in Barre ever
since the ollice of second contatle was
inaugurated, Oorge W. Park, success-
will ere citv ball at 7:30. Round trip
2V. Telephone lfil) for reservation.
Guv R. Vnium of 0 North street i
slowly recovering from painful burn fu candidate for the first coin-table' iin
alsnit the face which, he received w rule derstudy in the recent city elevtions.
worVing at the Boutwell, Milne 1 Var-j,a jHtitionrd the city council for a
num fjiiarrie in (Jraiiitcville lt Sat-.badge. It is interesting to note that Mr.
urday afternoon. Mr. Varnum w bos. park i the rirt co?id -outahle t
ily engaged in thawing out a water ine , qualify for bis olTice in the tin-mry
wiien a shower oi steam came irom one people strn liae tieen familiar with Bin
of several pipe over w hu h h wa betid-!,,;,-, affair sirn-e Barre dipo'4 of
ing at the moment, lite steam struck jit. villaee hentace. Mr. Park is not
him full in the fsce, but Mr. arnum aking for a diamond stud ied t'4en 1
had the preenre of niind to hwe lus 'his oiTk. but be contend tl.st the dig
ere. p. aiding that his condition amty of In xiti'n demand some mark
where be w,l! act a groomsman ' "m wen a. ,.,w . .ainurn pi dLlinrti.. It- ailrmrK-
the wedding of Mt nasiewi enmmitt lias taken up .Mr. rsrn re
quest and in going mr t ne ii-t n win
Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co.
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A. r. ABBOTT
Some of the best Butter made in thia country ia mad
in 'ermoiit.
Some of the best Butter made in Vermont i being
made in our creamery. We are getting fancy price for
what we ship away. We are only asking Barre people
market price just the same price as they would have
to pay other for a poorer grade.
Send in your Fresh F.ggs. We pay highest price for ,
the large brown kind. t
Try p'kage of our Cream Cheese. " '
Milk, Cream and Buttermilk aold by the g!a. Try
tur Ice Cream.
Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co.
to hi hme lwre. I. W. I). r a
j called to treat the burns and the pa
'tient' cwtditi'Hi i now mudi more favor-
a Me. Flesh al-ont the eyes was so wol-
ten from the ff'x-ts of th. steam tht
Mr. rt"im "! ! s-ariflv see for a day
(or fmn a'ter t! i 1 1 . n p.-rtri
t.j!. , t at t.t.rd -n,,narr t li.. . n' 1,1 "I" -
A ii. has tei efliphye4 until rewnt'y l
the l.s,ii:ie Heat A Poser III in P. r
tt ,r .. mi Mr. line an! hi hrehMt-
t m 1 Mr. I '! a me a.-r.na .rtt. A , Beth Tkeorf aaii rettisasratKB Givew
Bjr rrefesact Diefa.
(p that few of the se.ixi.1 crtitshe of
history he h- upld with ba-lgea.
A isir of t h.'le.t t-el han h uffs wer
offered to Seond C.wi.tahle J. I. Smith
and Nei.lt i t,Hal.l C. T. Sovthvte
had a r-ps'scx) bil'y, h-ej it 1 vel-.
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If you haven't all the
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The Ixt Dairy Butur, per lb 33c
Tomatoes larjre cans 10c, three cans for 2"k
Tomatoes, medium fiie cans, at 07c
Fancy York State Tomatoes, two cans for 2'c
Still M'l'ir.s: three cans i O-m er Teas for 23c
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lorries, Ka rries, Pe aches and Pineapple, 2oC val
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3 It s. cf Fvajs rttr I Peaches for 2.c
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