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THE BARRE DAILY T1MKS, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1015.
' TALK OF THE TOWN rl n it i E Reenforced I Reenforced PORCH SHADES Every Shade Equipped with Vudor Safety Wind Device Ovmr 900,000 Vudor in daily T7LJDOR Porch Shades add another room to your house an out-door living room that you'll vote is the best of all. Here you can work and play and enjoy the summer days secluded from outsiders and free from hot, stuffy rooms. It's always cool and comfortable on a "VUDORIZED" porch. You never feel shut in for you can see out readily and get all the air and light you want. Vudor Shades not only cool the porch itself but every room opening on the porch cool all the first floor. B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furnishers Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. Does Quality Mean Anything? Everybody knows about the good qualities of our Butter. If you don't, all you have to do is to try it once; it is far cheaper at the price than cheap Butter at any price. If your grocer doesn't have Barre Creamery Butter, he can get it for you at no extra expense. Then about Ice Cream. We are making Ice Cream every day, any kind and all kinds. Ice Cream at wholesale and retail. We have everything to make good Ice Cream, even to the maker. Xo order too i-mall or too large to deliver. Our telephone number is 23.1-W. Vlenty of the best Maple Syrup. Barre Creamery and Cold Storage Co. rtttnttnJJttttJintJtjjJtJTJttt i Let us send an Edison to your home for a free trial. Come in and hear them. Drown's Drug Store Pulin HchcIi suits at Abbott's. Children's half hose. I5c a pair at FittV. More, values in corsets Saturday at Vaiighant. Five Schubert cigars for 25c at Cum m intra 4 Lewis', Special meeting of the Granite City Quoiting club at Z oclock tins afternoon at the clubhouse.. Another lot just received of those fine peppermint patties at 30o per pound. Drown's Drug Store. Mies Maybcll Smith went to Water bury to-day, where she will be employed as a waitress at the Sleeper restaurant. Beginning May 11, the price of chair- wood will be $2.50 per load Of 66 cubic teet. Arthur 8. Martin. 'Phone 53-W. Miss Peggy Thompson of Hurdwick ar rived in the city to-day for a viait of several days at the hohie of Mrs. George, Murray of Aycrs street. A meeting of the iiarre Rangers F. C. in pavilion Saturday, Juno 5, at 7 p. m. Important, All members requested to attend. Per order secretary. Sunday, June 13, is Children's Sunday at the Congregational church. Those de siring to have their children christened at that tune will please confer with the pas Jor. Airs. v. v. Mone, Mrs. A. M. umitiam, Miss Louise Watt and Mr. 'id Mrs. Alexander Duncan have returned from St. Johnsbury, where they attended the annual meeting of the grand lodge of Vermont, Order of Lantern Star, An unusually attractive program has been planned for the annual commence ment at Montpelier seminary Monday evening, June 7, at 8 o'clock. The mem bers of the faculty will take part and Miss Peter will si.ig several selections. The Barre Athletic club has securen Spear, the Universi.y of Vermont star lefthander, to pitch against the All-Collegians of Hanover, N. 1L, this afternoon at the trotting park. A good fast game is assured. Admission, 2ocj ludies free. Adv. Spaulding high school freshmen left the city this morning at 8 o'clock for their annual outing at Berlin pond. Two heavy hayracks were required to trans port the pupils to the pond. It wa. planned to have dinner in the woods bor dering the waters and to pas the after noon in recreation, returning to the city early this evening. Miss Howard. Mis! Taylor and Miss Robinson and Messrs. E. J. Dole and Leroy Ryan of the faculty accompanied the freshmen. Berlin school authorities have secured plans for a modern schoolhoute. to be erpetd nn a enn veriienf. lnfltimi ln-f wwii Barre and Montpelier, a meetit'g of th'!j school board yesterday having authorized the beginning of work on the structure. It z is planned to do away with the school- house on the Benjamin road, so called, iisjT it has outgrown its usefulness. A build-1 ing with two rooms accommodating 70 pupils is contemplated in the plan and T Berlin school children who have hitherto found it more convenient to attend school either in Barre or Montpelier will be able to get their grade education in their own town. Arrangements for two local baseball games of more than ordinary importance are in the making, although neither ten tative contest can become an actuality until pending negotiations are completed ,' early in the coming week. Fans vh I have followed the fortunes of (Joddiird I seminary's fast team through the present ; season are trying to niateh th- school i bovs with the I'niversitv of Vermont A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. . . . A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Interesting Values of the Season We are just beginning to realize that the warm weather is nearly upon us, and many are hustling to get their wardrobe ready for the future warm days. We have been preparing for just this time and are now ready with the materials that you may want as well as the ready made dresses, waists and skirts that you will want in a rush. Never in the history of the ready made dress business was there such a demand for these and medium weight dresses. Our line is now quite complete with dresses that are not only made for style but for service as well. These are a make of dresses that are made for the New England trade and built on lines that (it the average customer in nice shape. Ladies' Separate Waists We have just received an other lot of those cheap Waists. These are ' a good Waist value. Are Waists that are made from a good mate rial, in all the best styles. Are in odd lots of only a few Waists of a pattern. The fit, style and quality are very good, and the price is only 49c and 69c each. We have just received, some Black Waists that are made in good styles, such as are used by table girls. These are only $1.23 eai;n and the quality is very good. At $1.25 net styled Waist made from a striped silk and cot , ton goods in stripes, alo a voile in a plain white ground with a colored stripe in different colors. In the Colored Striped Silk .Wash Waists, we have some very good values at prices that are right. In Black Silk Waists, we can give you a number of good models at from $1.25 to $2.30 Ladies' Tailored Suits We have just received some extra good Suit values in the plain tailored style that are made up from fine Serges and Poplins. Are a lot of odd Suits we were able to get at a spe cial price, and we are selling them at about one-fourth. off from the regular prices. Col ors Black and Blue. At $12.50 '8 Black Suit that is made from aquality of cloth that was used in an $18.00 Suit. Is made in a style that is not ex treme, but a style that you can wear through into the fall. At $15.00 't of Block and Blue Serge Suits in qualities that sold at $20.00. These are the sea son's best "Tailored Suit models, that were made to sell at $20.00. A"e are selling these for only $15.00. At about one-fourth the regular price is a lot of Sample Suits in the season's best styles. This is a good Suit proposition for anyone who wants a good Suit. For the Graduate New Dresses ready to wear, new Coats, just the kind; new Gloves in both Silk and Kid; new Silk Hose in White, Black and colors ; new Neckwear and Ribbons; new Corsets, either R. & G. or Royal Worcester; new Muslin Underwear, all in the Plume Brand all of these things new and fresh, at the very lowest prices that you will find. Children's Parasols in plain and fancy styles at 19c, 25c, 50c, $1.00 " $1.50 the largest as sortment in years. Ladies' Silk Hose More than the usual assortment. If you want our kind, we have them as you want them. Silk Hose at 25c cornea in Black, White, and colors. These have a silk ankle and very carefully spliced leg. Let us show you where it is better than others at , 25c. Our 50c Silk Hose in Black, White and colors. This is a good grade Silk Hose that will give good service and look close and fine. Our $1.00 Silk Hose a" at that price that your money will buy. They are the Black Cat kinds. That is a safe guarantee as to their being better than the price would suggest. Muslin Underwear This is the season of the year when our Muslin Under wear line is largest and best selected. It is the time when our sales are largest. This is the Plume Brand, which we have selected as the best that we can buy. For that same reason, we recommend it to you. Plume Brand Underwear comes in . every style that any Underwear is made in, and more styles than almost any other kind. You can buy a special Corset Cov er at 25c 8 very fine one at 50c From that up, samples of Cover Novelties. White Skirts, cut to go with the new style Dresses at from 50c up. s Our special at $1.25 are great values for the price. Leona Three-in-One Combination We are special agents for the Muslin Underwear. These we have in a special value at 98c. eonas in finer cloths, with fine lace edges, at from $1.25 nP t $3.75- This is a garment that is ' but very little known. Those who wear them won't use other kinds. Leonas are patented, so that there ia but one store in each city selling them. If you want a good Waist for every-day wear, you should see the special values in a lot of Waists we have just received. These Waists are in plain colors and white grounds with colored stripes and polka dots. The special price is only 69c each. At 49c each are a few odd Waists in a good quality. i i The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN Congoleum Rugs Arc the best Rus made for dining room, sleeping room or porch They are waterproof, durable, sanitary, and lie fiat or. the floor vu'thou fastening. Also they are inex pensive. Hit 3 fett hy I't feet ofc Si li feet by 4 ! feet Hit Vi feet by 5 feet J0 Hzt 6 feet by feet 210 Hit 6 feet by 9 fret fj) Hit 6 feet by 12 feet 4jtfj Excellent pattern? and colorings Let us show vou A. W. Badger & Co. romi-hinjf l"t!ertaVers sndf Emrtalraer j varsity team. If the overtures for a game arc successful, it will be plavcd in i Harre sometime next week. The Italian A. I. management is angling :r one o. its annual games with the Chinese uni versity team, which is taking the ?neas nre of so many college teams in the r'ast this spring. The Chinese haro furnished nappy baseball in several games hre in the past. A clipping has been received from a Morriaburg, Ont., paper telling of the marriage May 15 of Axil Maurice Henit rickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ilend ri kson of this city, to Florence Kva lar mour, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W esley Larmour of Morritsburg, the officiating cleigvman lcing Kev. A. J. H. Strike. The marriage was solemnized in the Methodist pronge at .Morrieburg. The bridegroom left ltarre it winter and hs manv friends in this city. The announce ment of the marriage by the Morrisburg paper ys: "The young people purpv residing in our beautiful village for the summer and their many friends join in hearty congratulation, wishing them a very happy and siiceful life." President William Arnold Shanklin, I.L. D.. of Wrtdeyau university, Middlrtown. Conn is to eak in the HedJing church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock on ''The fhritian ("ollge President Hianklin is considered fine of the country's leading educators. He lis done noble nervi at Wetdeyan, raising over I.Oio,niO in en dowment. A numtier of fine building hate been rreiied during his administra tion and a new dormitory routing $125, Oofl, is to He begun at this corning mm mencement. Popular and able as a man. an esi-ellent r-akcT. Harre people are fortunate hear him tended to all who mar wish to do so to attend the Hcddmg church ttrxt Sunday evening. It may take on aoMttmnal In teret to know that le i to give the lue- fliirete aermon lor Montpelier em- insry Sunday m'-ming. that the paMor I rf the H'-d.iire luir. h Is a graduate ol 2 Wetdeyan and that tw f the foruet ! graduate of Spauldirg In th cla of '13 and "1 are now student at Wlcysn, here thev are makiiir fine rvrd. 1 1 ' ? I I New line of waists at Fitts'. See the special suit values at Abbott's. IVm't miss our value in silk hosiery at Vaughan's. Seven Little Sehuber. cigars for 2'x: at Cummings 4 Lewis. Household goods at auction Saturday, dune R, at 1 :30 p. tn. It Cliff street, cor ner Maple Orove. What could le a better graduation present than a fountain pen? We have them at from f 1 to l. Store. Mis Ellen McAllier was a visitor in the eitr to day while on her way home to East Parre, after passing a few days in Burlington. O. O. Lang, who ha been spending a few days in the citv on business connect ed with his North Main street jewelery store, returned this morning to hi home in Itarton. Keen in mind the Spaulding alumni concert and hall which is to be held in Laces and ribbons special Saturday at aiishan s. Seven Pippin cigars for 2jc at Cum mings 1 l.ewia T'se Pyro for spraying trees and po tatoes. For sale, at Kempt on Mills. Bradley Smith returned to P.oston to day, after a week's visit at the home or his' father, C. F. Smith, of the Montpelier road. I will eell or exchange m v 2f0-acre Drown's Driuri farm located four and one-half miles from liarre t itv. Personal property con- TALK OF THE TOWN Tic sale at Fitts' to-daT. Saturday sale ladies' summer dresses, at aughan s. Seven latest cigars for 25c at Cum mings & Lewis'. Delicious frozen pudding at the foun tain at Drown's. Spring step rubber heels and quality leather at Charbonneau's. The best dance of the rear, the S. H. S. alumni ball, Wednesday, June 0, in Howl.ind hall. Carroll's orchestra. . A. V. dimming, who has been visiting; sixtine of 17 cows, three horses, over 30, S. J. Benjamin on the Montpelier road head of voung stock. Inquire of the and with friends in this citv. returned Vermont Real Kstate t Insurance Co. yesterday to his home in St. Johnsbury. A number of Harre people are planning' Rev. .1. B. Reardon. Principal O. K. Ho'l to go to Plainfield to-morrow to attend 'lifter, Mrs. F. A. Gove, Mr. Lizzie Roh the funeral of Kdward H. (ilidden. a for- '"son and Mr. and Mrs. A. J Martin mer Barre resident whos death occurred, '' returned from Richmond, where in Tampa, Fla., last Saturday. Funeral! they attended the annual meeting of the wrvi.-es will held in the ria infield j Central Vermont Association of Inita Mcthodit church at I o'clock in the aft- rian and Universalist Churches. Howland hall Wednesday evening. June 1. Admission to concert 25 cent, concert and dnnee fl.00 per couple. Subw-ribers connected Barre Golf club. 4H-A'i ernoon, the iai-tor, Rev. A. W. Hewitt, otli.iating. Interment will be made in the village cemetery. Bsrre's sporting forum is glutted with during May: Much 11 entries to-day, with both school Paul lledw all, 'team and both athletic clubs ready for TALK OF THE TOWN Four Blackstone cigars for 25c at Cum mings A Lewis'. See the crepe de chine silk waist with silk lace collar. $1.00, at Vaughan's. , Carlos McAllister, a Goddard seminar student who completed his examinations vesterdav, left this morning for his home in Ashland, X. H. Tickets for the Spaulding alumni eon- cert and ball may be procured of Alex ander C. Walker at .The Timea office. Harold Knight at KniglJ's store, or John F. Carroll. Henry C. Whitaker of Chicago, editor of the Monumental News, who has been passing several weeks at the home of hi father, Dr. E. B. Whitaker. of Merchant street, left last night for Providence, R. I., where he. w ill be a guest of the New England Association of Cemetery Super intendent at its annual summer outing Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Whitaker will return to Barre. ttil-l: Mis Flora Murphv. 42H I; C. E. Absire, Plainfield. t 3! II; G. L. Woixlworth, i.'-4: A. J. Littel, Bcklev hill. 415 12: W. W. Sutton. 230-1; Uiai. Ilie. Eaot hill. 34 2; Erie E. Pirie. 232 W; L, if. Hutchin. South Barre. Vt 221-2; Harvey Hersey. M.,T; R. I.vnn Clark. 243-11; Charle. 1. Beckett. Wil l.amstown. VI.. 31-4; II. H. Patch, office. 4tn-M; Atctander Edward. 24-1 12: War ren . ,rernn. V illiumstown, 4,1 II; Oia.,B. IVlktiap, Weal bill. 3!'. 23: Hsrry F. Whitney. Williamatown rn;id. laving the opportunity to , , ... ... ., ,., , , . : . l I!oi. ; Kolit. II. knot, fll-12. " Vi " iL "11 Z -i . j I Joseph H. Laverv. 1 1 -1 3. Vei ermont Tele the fray this afternoon. Spaulding high school will try conclusions with St. Johns bury academy at the Limoln school camp us. ' The Barre A. C. w ill dedicate its new baM'hall ground off Avers street by play-' ing an all-collegian team from Dartmouth! J eolleffe and the Italian A. C. will have;H one of it periodic tules with the fast Goddard seminary team. Reports from' Hanover have it that tlie school originsl-j ly etblihed for the Indiana is sending' ahmir a swift agcregation. Goddard and the Italians are locly matched and eny-j one who journey to Gomh-I village will! -m r,rv ...ma in inn M Granite City Coal Yard 50 Granite Street Office, 9 Granite Street Coke and Charcoal Arrived ANTHRACITE ON THE ROAD Book your order now and secure low prices i phone ft Telegraph Co. Adv , There will be a surfeit ef banetmll thi, afternoon for even the deepest -dyed taa.l ' il'.'.'.UTtt Special To-day! Oranges ta r tw it to tort Bananas lit. tr A tr IfHt f FANCY PINEAPPLES TBitie rot k. io roai iw GRAPEFRUIT mi. rm at rati c ro tw STRAWBERRIES ci"it irrr Trr ft-ic oil I ai4 is av vt i ii GOOD THINGS TO EAT And Low Prices Kesp Us Busy NATIVE PIG PORK rTr ar tft fi t tfrk. aio rw Tii.r t m if in i m i fttf t United Fruit Store mf fT?ee r I I i I I f i i j I i i I i 2 I i ANOTHER SALE OX WESTERN ROAST BEEF SATURDAY wtft juirj- C hops 16c to 20c lb. Choice Roat 15 to TOc Ih. CHICKENS AND FOWLS r!rfalifat Dacoru hole atrip, per Hi 2Vc Fmh Errs lr dozen lit and 26c Our Fish Department i ytsimmiitaT foil f rood thinr to rat Iake Fi-h. !xbler. Ilnnan Haddie. etc r.IPE TOMATOES A5PAHAGUS BUXOI ONION'S RADISHES YELLOW STRING BEANS CUCUMBERS BUNCH BEETS DANDELIONS LETTUCE CELERY PARSLEY, etc 15 nound? of Rhubarb for 25c Oranrr Ilanaaaa I rrom rr.t.v fJ CVf, eh lfc BITTER BREAD. ar.J IT.UT BREAD Some Good Trade Values ! Rhubarb, fresh every morning;, 2c lb., 15 lbs. for 25c 16 sweet juicy Oranges for 25c Best new Cream Cheese, per lb 22c Cucumbers, String Beans, New Beets, New Car rots, Spinach, Tomatoes and lettuce are lower. Pig's Liver for Saturday, per lb Tc Beef Sausage from western, corn-fed Beef, 2 lbs. 25c Cold Meats of all kinds for luncheons and picnics. Bakery Department This department always oJTers a solution of your baking trouble? quality and variety. Ladd's Cream Sponge Cake, our big Feller 10c Baked Beans and Brown Bread for Saturday. Order your fancy Patry early, to get a variety. Fish Department Saturday morning, sale of Fresh Halibut, lb... Finnan Haddie, Lobsters and Mackerel. I5c Fresh Strawberries, the tsrst quality, evtry day. j The Smith &CumIngs Co. j The F. D. Ladd Company ret trt cr wixaft ivtt TtUfllT! - I !