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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915.
5 4 Why Drudge Till Fall? You can have the Hoosier you have always planned to buy, by merely making up your mind now. $1.00 puts it in your home. A few pennies a day soon pays for it. Make up your mind to join this throng of happy women. Own a Hoosier now. and systematize your kitchen. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet enables you to sit down at your work. The pure aluminum table slides out 16 inches beyond the base. Around you are grouped scientifically all your kitchen needs, and 40 labor- saving devices. 400 articles can be stored in the Hoosier, all within instant reach. Women call it: "My automatic serv ant." The Hoosier is built to last a lifetime, which means that its first cost is its only cost. You'll never need the expense of another. Decide now to come in and look at our Hoo- ' siers and chopse yours. We ure ready to deliver it for pierely $1. See our novel bride's maid window B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furhisners 5 TALK OF THE TOWN Choice Styles In Low Cut Shoes Everybody will want Oxfords or Pumps for our national holiday and sev eral months later. We have a choice variety of styles from which to make your selections, bearing the union stamp: "Clarice," "Doris," "Valois," "Roxbury Girl," "Mel ba," $2.00 to $4.00; "Ralston Health," "Forum," "Weber," "Keith & Pratt," $3.00 to $5.00. All are correctly made and perfect fitters. - The Peoples Shoe Store, C S. Andrews, Proprietor Barre, Vermont XSSSXSSSXa Special parasol sale at Abbott'. New lot ladies' kimonos at Abbott's. Special sale of wash dresses at Ab bott's, Th ladies' auxiliary of the Preebyte rian church will hold a food sale Satur day. July 17, Sadlier's. Keith avenrei hammocla, lawn and porch furniture, refrigerators, ice chests, etc. All clansmen will please leave their due cards at clan office on or before July 3. rer auditors. Howard B. Flint of Hillsboro, N. H., arrived in the citv this morninir for a visit of several days. John Gauld left the city last evening for Albany, N. Y., where he expects to make an extended stay. Free Friday and Saturday: Fibre silk hose with every pair men s shoes. Kog ers' Walk-Over Boot Shop. Public dance, Howland hall, Saturday nhzht. Carroll's orchestra. Special car for Montpelier after the dance. E. A. Drown of walnut street returnea this morning from a brief business visit in Boston and other Massachusetts cities. All of the Belle Mead Sweets products have passed the Westneld pure food test. Do you buy that kind! Barre Drug Co. Lee Maiden of Highland avenue left yesterday for Burlington, where he will visit his brother, William, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John ueauiieu or jsortn Main street have gone to St. Johnsbury, where they will visit relatives until alter the holiday. Ernest Letoureanu of hummer street went this morning to Manchester, N. H., where he will visit relatives until after the holiday. Miss Angela Tierney or boutn-Aiain frrot wont thin mnrnincr to Rijrlinffton. - . - . - - ' " " - o r - I A where she will be the guest of friends IT over the week end." Georee Ormsbee of Marshfield has moved his family to this city and is em-1 J ployed at the Perry Auto Co's. garage off Washington street. Auction sale to-morrow of the balance of the Oscar Borgh stock and fixtures at 321 North Main street, city, 2 and 7 p. m. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. The Misses White of 349 North Mam street left this morning for Falmouth, Mass., where they plan to pass the re mainder of the summer, Tillie Johnson, daughter of John John son of 18 Division street, was operated upon for appendicitis yesterday afternoon at the Barre City hospital. Lawrence Wilcox, who has been visit insr in the city for a few days with friends nd relatives, left yesterday for Brook field, where he is now staying. Mrs. Masimo Tedesohi of 4 Bolster place was taken to the City hospital last ....... ...v. 'v'-" -v -"V-. 4 rendition is very favorable this morning, I X Harold Reid of Troy, N. Y, who has been spending the past month in the eranite belt here, left last night for Rut, land, where he will visit for a few days before returning home. Mrs. E. J. Purvee and children arrived in the city yesterday from Waterbury, having been summoned here to attend the funeral of Edwin Arey, which was held this afternoon. During the months of July and August the creamery will remain open every night during the week until 8:50, to ac commodate the ice cream trade. All fla vors of the mut delicious ires on hand. The ladies' aid of East Montpelier will A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. July 3rd Ends This Sale Here are kinds of merchandise you will be glad to buy at a saving in price; kinds you intended to buy at regular prices. All of our Parasols are in this sale. Several kinds of Muslin Underwear, new lot of Wash Goods, many Meduim Weight Wash Goods, all of our Ladies' Tailored Suits and Coats. Special prices on Wash Dresses and Waists. A special showing all through for this Fourth of July trade. New Belts and Neckwear. New Hosiery, black and colored silks, lisle and light-weight cotton. The following sug gestions may assist you in your purchases. Parasol Sale This sale is rather early in the season, but not too early to be appreciated by those who want such articles for over the Fourth. $1.00 Parasols, now 79c $1.25-1.35 Parasols now. 98c $1.50 Parasols now. ....$1.19 . $1.75-1.87 Parasols now. 1.49 $1.98-2.00 Parasols now. 1.49 $2.35-2.50 Parasols now. 1.98 $2.75-2.98 Parasols now. 1.98 $3.75 Parasols now 2.49 $5.00 Parasols now. . ... . 2.98 J Children s Parasols 19c Parasols now........ 12c 25c Parasols now 19c 39c Parasols now 25c $1.25 Silk Parasols now. . .79c Hoagknit Sweaters Now is the time to select for vacations, for golfing, for boating, and for early morn ings and late evenings. Children's Sweaters from 28c t0 $1.75 Misses' Sweaters from $1,75 . $4.75 i Boys' Sweaters $4.75 h. from $1.75 to Ladies' and Gents' Sweaters from $2.98 'to $7.50 The best trade that we have is a Shaker Sweater at $5.98 ch. This was our special last season. We pay more now and eell them at the same price. We are trying to force the sale of this Sweater by keeping the price down. Clean-Up Sale House Dresses No lady has too many House Dresses, espe cially if they are the kind that fit right and are made in the style that the season de mands. We are putting on sale a lot of House Dresses that are the season's best values; are made in Percales, Seersuckers and Ging hams. . These are the "Good Service" make of Dresses and are made up in an assortment of the season's best styles, and those who have had the "Good Service" make of Dresses know that there is no better fitting Dress made. They are a Dress that is finished in the best of shape. Every seam is bound and finished throughout. These are Dresses that sold at $1.19, (1.25 and f 1.50, and are the season s best values at the regular price. In this sale at only 98c each. In this sale are what we have left in Ladies' Tailored Suits, at prices that will interest any who want a good Suit at a small price. We have some very go od values in colors in sizes from 14 to 36, that are the season's best styles, and these we are closing at one- third off from the regular prices. In the larger sizes, we will give you some good' values in Blue and Black. We also have some good Coat values that we are putting into this sale at one-half price. The Daylight Store EAST BARRE.' Regular meeting of Millstone lod?e, Ko. 332, Friday evening, July 2. All members must be clear on the books, is they go soon to the auditor'a hands. -Adv. Try our frosen pudding and note its feigh quality. Barre Drug Co, Hsrdwick Stags. Beginning June 29, I will run a first- class passenger touring car from Hot?) Barre to Hardwuk, via Montpelier, lesv ing Barre at 3:30 p. m. every day except Sundays; Montpelier house at 4:30, arriv ing in IUrdwirk at 8. Returning, leave New Hardwirk hotel following day a( a. m. Fare, $1.75 each way. Leave calls at Hotel Barre. X. T. Miohaud. PAVILION THEATRE Paramount presents Dustin Farnum in CAMEO KIRBY A masterpiece production in five parts, $ure to please all RETRIBUTION A dandy two-part drama 7 QUALITY REELS 7 ADULTS, 10c Small Children, 59c Per Dozen f EXTRA DIVIDENDS are the surest evidence of the "Mutual" feature of financial institutions. This bank has made two auch dividenda in the fast two years, in additioa to paying the rerular guaranteed rate of four per refit. Future eitra dividends ill depend entirely tipoa the growth of huMDl and c-nfisequent rerninf. VTiv net j"i the list eif mr depositor sad thereby make it possible that further "eitraa" be declared T FOUR PER CENT IN ANY EVENT !-Possibly More The Burlington Trust Co. -Safely First" JSSZrZ TALK OF THE TOWN Kotioe! Ladies of the Clsn Gordon, please leave your due cards with the financial secretsry on or before July 3. Why pay more tor what you aon t know about! Belle Mead Sweets marsh mallow has stood the test. Barre lriig hold a strawberry festival at village hall K- Friday evening. July 2. An entertain ment to eonsist of music and a farce entitled, "A Double Deception," will be given. D. M. Miles and daughters, Mrs. J. W. Stewart and Misses Claire and Kathleen Miles, and son, Howard Miles, left to dsy for Star Farm beach, Burlington, where they expect to spend several weeks in camp. Alexander Brown, who has been visit ing bis father. Peter Brown of Kirk street, since completing a year of study st Dartmouth college, Hanover, N. It left late last night for Boston, where he expects to be employed during the re msinder of the summer. City court proceedings last night harked back to an incident which occurred near the Brook street bridge in the late dart of March. Aristo Fpinelli, who was ar rested on a breach of peace charge, had Lis case returnable yesterday and was adjudged guilty of the charge and sen tenced to serve 10 months in the house of correction at Rutland with a maximum of one year. SpinelH promptly announced his determination to carry an appeal to the September term of Washington coun ty court and to tnat end be furnished bail in the sum of $500 for bis appear ance, hpinelli has been at liberty on bail since his first arraignment. Cases! against Mrs. Mary Dombroukkie and Mrs. Kate Troup, who were arrested on intoxi cation charges last month, er contin ued to-day at the request of the state's attorney, who is absent from the state. Statement te the Public by Tascie Bres. We wish to inform the public that the report w hich is being circulated, that we have been forced to vacate our former place of business in the old city building', untrue, and without fftan4atmit. c further wish to state that we intended te move to large quarters Sept. 1. but hav ing been able to obtaia the so-called M. J. MeOowaa store fwwr, we have sold oar lease to M f r. lIougMon and Robins. horn we wish all possible success. (Signed) Tsssia Brothers. Free Friday and Saturday: Fibre silk hose with every pair men's shoes. Rog ers' Walk-Over Boot Shop. TALK OF THE TOWN Extra sale wssh goods at Vaughan's. Come to Woodbury pond on your va cation. Good boats and good fishing, alao good picnic grounds. Fourth of July dance at Woodbury Lake house, Monday evening, July 6. Carroll's orchestra. Dancing, 75 cents per couple. A new cottage for rent or sale. A. G. Xelson, prop., teL connection, New England, 9,-j 402-2. 1 ook Out! YouirNeed Lots to BEat for the FOURTH IT'S PICNIC TIME OffDEB Drown's Drug Store wants to help you celebrate the Fourth. We have about all the things you'll need in the way of fine Toilet Articles, Kodaks, and Brownies, and all Camera Supplies. . As for Kodaks, we lead KODAKS $6 to $60 BROWNIES $1 to $12 Fresh Films and Papers re ceived every week. Make it a GREAT, GLORIOUS FOURTH ! We have the Rcady-to-Eat GOOD THINGS TO EAT in endless variety soc sjc JSC tic Granite City General Store 1-15 Granite Street Ttiaraoog ui SPECIAL No. 5 pail Home-Made Lard. ... 60c Home-Made Salted Fork. 8 lb, for $1 Aberdeen Sansaces Friday and Saturday Meat Froh Fish Fruits Veretables Groceries Only Union Of rks Vhont cn3er promptly eared for Leave your order ith us for the Coal Yard Saturday Sale B AURIC T. STRAWBERRIES Ik BASkET pieTfples t rou tie. i roR ik. i rot tw CANTALOUPES roi iu. t rot tsc t rot it BANANAS M rOB lie. IS rfB tic IW OZ. ORANGES IS mi ttc IS FOB tic IT TO vnt. GRAPEFRUIT I FOB I far t fit tta Special for Monday, July 5 Ice Cream Sodas for 5c r-MM avn HTi!rujM I United Fruit Store SLICED BOILED HAM, pn n PRESSED CORNED BEEF, per It MINCED HAM, pr ft JELLIED TONGUE, pft ft HANDVS GERMAN FRANKF08TS, per ft BOLOGNA SAUSAGE, prr ft 15c PRESSED CORNED BEEF, ptt ft sec -GREEN MOUNTAIN BRAND" BACON, toJ itrip, pT ft oc CANNED MEATS BONED CHICKEN VIENNA SAUSAGE DEVILED MEAT. HAM FLAVOR CANNED ROAST BEEF LAMBS' TONGUES LUNCH TONGUE UNDERWOOD'S DEVILED HAM OX TONGUE DRIED BEEF BREAKFAST BACON LOBSTER PASTE FRESH MEATS What's bfttw taaa i Smita V Csm.uss Roasts t Bixrf? ft. il ta ?c NATIVE PIG PORK ROASTS 08 CHOrs FANCT ROAST VIAL SPRING LAMB CHICKENS OUR SAUSAGE arrti itself, it's M foal BEEF SAUSAGE, per ft ij SPECUL IN OUR FISH DEPARTMENT MEDIUM M CKTREL for sse SWORDFIS ft ft. . ..... . tjc FRESH SALMON AND FRESH HALIBUT FINNAN HAPDIF, prr ft tse TIP TOP E READ, rt lf tot jrRSFT CREAM" BSFAD. 1 lnsr for sSt "PULLMAN" SANDWICH ERFAD. r i lsf ftr Ii FRUIT BREAD SPECIAL lot Cake that have quality, each, only 10c j eta t alert ta make taera EtTK OLIVTS. treoal fur Ssteriar, ptt sart tt fTUTFTD CLIVES, pet lttl toe. tft. oe aal tjt CUVK IEXISH. pn jar ... . tje CLIOUOT GINGER ALE, tp-rM p-v fry t raw CRA ROCK ALE KOXIE AND GRAFT JUICE BLUEPrRRTFS, tic NATIVE STRAWBERRIES. is WAIIRVttCJl. rt ft. j',c CANTALOUPES, I for tjt BANANAS, it fr te CRANGES. i fr set IIFX TOXAICE WAX BEANS GREEN FXAS BEETS CARROTS NEWr0TATCES.r-Tt-",t5t LETTUCE, st PIKEAFTXES, tmdk, !? MOWHIE Just Look at These Prices on Talcum Powders MENNEN'S, 15c COLGATE'S, all odors, HUDXUTS. 25c SQUIBB'S, 19c WOODWORTH'S ARBUTUS, both White and rink, 19c 15c FOSS' AXD HUYLER'S FINE CANDIES , I New shipment of each just received. Foss Chocolates, in bulk and packages 40c to $1.00 box Huyler's, in boxes only. 40c to $1.00 FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY we ehall offer our well-known Velvet Vanilla Ice Cream, Caramel Ice Cream, and Lemon Sherbet, at the fountain and to take out. Thone us your orders for Ice Cream and Sherbets in any quantity. Drown's Drug Store DRUGS AND KODAKS 48 No. Main Street I 0 Saturday Values At Ladd's There are fo many tempting Fruits and Vegetables that we cannot mention them alL Suffice it to say, we are ready for your holiday business. New Potatoes, ripe and mealy, per peck ...... 25c . Special price by the bushel or barrel. Cold Meats for luncheons and picnics Baked Beans and Brown Bread for Saturday. Ladd's Cream Bread keeps fresh; quality counts. An extra Urge variety of Pastry for Saturday. We f hall have Fome interesting' sights and prices in our Fish Department window. REMEMBER, we close all day Monday, July 4th. j : : j TlieSmitli&CumingsCo.j The F. D. Ladd Company i . i'V , JL et. Mirrr. r. nurct