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THE BARRE DAILY TIMiSS. BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1015.
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Dirt, dust, fly specks, ink marks, and that smoky ap pearance easily removed, re storing and leaving a highly polished, dust-free surface hard, brilliant and free from that oily or sticky feeling. Brighten-All is not a var nish, but a beautifier and pre server of varnished surfaces. Acting as a varnish food, it will benefit and preserve the life of the finest finish. Pack ages of various sizes, to suit your convenience. mmmm' pusawirM CLOTH mi savSMLsea VARNISH JTHB MOOEMt WAV. Where the varnish surface has been scratched, marred, or destroyed, time and mon ey can be saved by applying to your furniture or wood work Uncle Hiram's Varnish The new method a modern discovery no brush re quired. Applied with soft cheese cloth as easily as if one were washing or dusting his furniture. A child can do it. No expensive brush, no expert help, just a can of Un cle Hiram s Varnish, a piece of soft cheese cloth, and the surface is transformed and' the original brilliant varnish surface restored. Especially adapted for autos, carriages, sleighs, restaurants,- etc., where a quick drying result is desired. THINK OF IT! Water does not spot it white. Heat doe not affect it and it dries hard, ready to use, in 6 to 8 hours giving a hard, mirror-like surface that will last indefinitely. Me wash Goods now at Vauehan'a Special house dress values at Abbott's. Your straw hat wants may be realized from tha MoWhorter Co, Don't forget "The Exploits of Elaine" at Pavilion to-day. Ad v, Leo I'yrox in spraying trees ana po- i ..... - V- . . ) x i ' r!ll. lamr. ir nie at lYUHiiiiuii luiua. Tassie Bros.' market has had a tele phone Installed. The number is 121-R. Adv. You can save 14 per cent, on paris green and arsenate of lead at Cummlngs Jt Lewis'. Special prices on outside bark bamboo porch screens Mx feet, (1) eight feet, 11.25, at Hooker's. Something new pineapple shortcake, with whipped cream, 10c, at Williams Bros.' Lunch Room. Mrs. Rufus 0. Whiteomb returned to her home In Marshfleld. yesterday, after visiting friends in the city. Thomaa enner left this morning for south, Kypffste, where he will make a business vittt of several days. Fuller C. Smith returned last night to his home in St. Albans, after spending a few days in Bsrra on business Miss Pauline Moxley of Merchant street left yesterday for Sugar Hill, N. H.. where he will spend two months. The ladies' auxiliary of the Presbyte rian church will hold a food sale at the church Saturday, July 17, frojn 2 to 15 p. m. Mrs. Frank Covey left the city this forenoon for ergennnes, where she ex pects to make a week's visit with rela tives. Miss Jean Darling of Laurel street, who has been spending the past week at Groton, returned to her home in this city last night. Mrs. R. Willie and daughter arrived in narre tnis morning. They will make short visit here and in South Barre and then return to Northficld. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bernasconi of Montpelier became the parents of trip lets two girls and a boy yesterday, and the babies are reported as doing wen John C. Morrison, who has been em ployed at the Hastings-Lyman hotel, York Beach. Me., as head bellman, is now filling the position as clerk of that notci. R. D. Carpenter, who is taking a two weeks vacation from his duties at the fire station, left yesterday for Roches ter, where he will join Mrs. Carpenter ana cniiaren. Mrs. John A. Leslie and daughter, .miss Ainra, ot tpaulding street left the city this morning for Salisbury, where tney are to spend two weeks in camp at iKe lunraore. Miss Mamie Nelson of Wellington street completed her duties at the Red Lross Pharmacy last night and will take a snort vacation before going to Hart- tora, Lonn., for an extended stay. Dr. .T. W. Stewart of West street, who with Mrs. htewart is passing several weeks at Star farm beach on Lake Champlain, is attending the school for neaitu omcere in Burlington this week. Miss Catherine Rogers of Orange street and Miss hve vn MatWaon of A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Things That Will Interest You The general trade at this time of the year are the most interested in merchandise that is cool and comfortable for the warm days that are now upon us, and we are always interested in the things that will interest our trade, therefore at the present time we are putting every effort into getting together the things that will interest all. In many departments we are putting prices onto aid lots that will clean them up at once. These are goods that you wiM need right now, and the price will surely appeal to you as a good saving proposition. Ladies Separate Coats We are putting prices on our spring and summer Coats that will clean them up very quickly. These are our sea son's best Coat values, where we have only one of a style left, and odd Coats that we have been able to pick up at a price. Among this lot of Coats are some Covert Coats in the season's best style and value; are Coats that will wear like iron, and although they are of medium light color, they will not soil easily and can be washed. There are Coats that sold at from $10.00 to $20.00 each, now at from 85.00 t $10.00-re just right for vacation Coats. At much less than the regular price is a lot of odd Coats in Blues and Blacks j are the season's best values in Serges, Poplins and Gab-krdines. i As I 7 v i Waists and Dresses In our Wash Dresses and Waists, we have some good values that will surely appeal to any who want a good morn ing Dress or Waist to finish out the season. At 79c eaCD is one er" cale House Dresses; are made in medium low neck and short sleeve. The style is good, and the quality is all rigtit. At 98c lot f Dresses that we have' picked from our stock in qualities that sold at from $1.19 to $1.50, in sizes from 14 years to 53 bust. Now only 9gc each. At from $1.98 to $5.98 . we have a few odd Silk and Wool Dresses in qualities that sold at from $5.98 to $12.50. If your site is here, you can surely get a good value. At 49c acn is a ' odl Wi8t in White and colors. Some of them are the season's popular awning striped goods Waists, and are Waists that arc worth $1.00 each. At only 49c to clean up the j lot. 1 Trunks and Suit Cases We have just received a large shipment of the popular Straw, Suit Cases. These are a Suit' Case that is made for service as well as lightness in weight. These are the most popular vacation Suit Cases that were ever put out, at a price that appeals to all. At $1.00 we hve a Straw Suit Case that is formed with leather hoard and has leather corners. This is a Case that we have sold quantities of, and they have prov en very satisfactory. Ia the better quality Cases, we have almost any quality you may desire, ranging in price front $1.50 to $3.00. In the Leather Traveling Bags and Suit Casea, we can fill your demands in a satisfactory man ner. If in need of a good Trunk, we can give you a fine selec tion at prices that will inter est you. See our line if at all interested. In our garment department see the special waist values we are putting out at. 49c, also house dresses at 79c and 98c each. These are mostly the Good Service make of dresses. We arc cleaning out what we have left in Ladies' Tailored Suits at one-half price. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN See the special suitcase values at Ab bott's. July sale waists, great bargains, free them at Vaugban's. Auto goods: coats, caps aiwi giovea, from the McWhorter Co. You can save 14 per cent, on paris B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furnishers Rearing Pheasants a New Industry, Now that it has been made possible to rear, sell and ship pheasants on the tams basis as chickens, people are begin nms to awake to the possibilities in pheasant raising. Not only are phas ants beautiful in themselves, but there is a readv market for both birds and efgs. There is no reason why they should not be more generally raised, for they will stand the coldest climate, and require only about one-tenth as much food as do chickens. They may be al lowed to range over fields and woods, but it is an equally easy matter to rear them in a small encloeure. John W. Tal iot in the Countryside Magaiint for July. New System oi Punctuation. The editor of newspaper published in central Pennsylvania tells of ar tides that he frequently receive from a certain citizen. They are always pertinent and worthy of publication, hut they are punctuated in most pe culisr wav. Meeting hi correspond er.t one evening at a friend's house. the editor said: "That was an excellent letter I got from you this morning, and I am going to print it Saturday. But tell me, what rule do you follow for punctuation?" 'WTiv,'' aaid th gen tleman, "the Mine rule that I lesrned when I was a boy. I put a semicolon every twelve words and two commas between each pair of semi-colons." Youth's Companion. r u Liberty street left vesterdav afternoon u r,H r.nte nf 1H t Cumminss it. i .1 .: ,, , ii noiu.ai, win re mey win mane a l juib' -ks visn wiin matives ana friends. ci,!. r.r,k-ii k h.. Wn An entire change of vaudeville and visitinir with friends in Barre and at her III l- : .t . . I- o. . . l"1" gin si me opera nouse former home m tiranitevuie, leu w-aay lo-nignt. ine pictures include a two- tnr virlee u-heru ahe u temske a stay reel feature. "Through Shadows to Sun- of several days in camp at Lake Morey shine," a swell drams in one reel, called hefnre returning to Boston, where she is II' iv i .. , ... I " iuo k jin i .-Mane . ana a corned v I mr.iAvrt niu ot laugns, ine rrctty l'oliceman."- Bii Mart's Barre A. A. team returned IIBBt nigtlt IlUUl Juuuij',i, uric 4b mw- oupennienaeni jonn aicLeod of t he rested the town team vesterdar alter- Wells-Lamaon Co's. qusrrr wishea to noon hv the aco'e of 3 to 1. liandolph state that the item in yesterday'a paper proed a tough nut for the local swat TALK OF THE TOWN For Weather Troubles like colic and summer com plaint we can safely recommend A. D. S. Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy No Opium or other narcotics. Safe and effective. Price, 23c. Brown's Drug Store, 48 North Main Street Hi ADVEllTlSi: YOVtt U'AXTS IX T1IK TIMES Catch These PUMP BARGAINS TreTheyFIy Women's Gun Metal Sand Top Pump j jit p2Q d cn ojr he!ve st 51. 98. Women Patent Vsn Top Pump, 51.98. Men'i Oxford. Gun Metal, Patent Leather, Rtmla Ca'f. tske your choice in thee $4.03 qualitiei for the rii-cu)rij price rf 51.00. Kiihber-icJc d Oxford , 15 (O Q'jalitr, f?r 54.00. Will he v-.'d at theie pricei or.til i-ock ii exhaled. THE PtOPlfS SHOE STORE. C S. Andre. Prop. regarding one of his horses in pasture gening injured on barbed wire was in correct, that the horse didn't get near any barbed wire but received a slight cut on one Knee ana is all right to-day. A meeting of those interested in the British imperial relief fund of New Eng land will be held at Clan (iordon hall Friday evening. July 18, at 7 o'clock for the purpose of electing a committee to assist the relief work; among the families or dependents of the Britmh forces nw engsged in the war. All those who are in any way interested are urared to at tend this meeting. Preliminary to a piogrsm for the con struction of new sidevalks alonjr the south side of WsUiington street and in other sections of the city, the alderman ic street com mil lee is making minor repairs to the walks up snd don North .Main street. In several spots where ttve link between new eement walks and the old concrete walks was only a dirt path, patches of eement have been laid and boles Piled. The executive board of the Vermont Conference of the Woman's Home Com miwMonerr society met resterday at the u'vnr?i iiunip wn i-i I ! n virwi w plan and eonsider work for Barre missions snd also other work the conference so ciety is doing. The conference tressur- er. Mrs. A. W. f.stes of this city, re ports that all bills and pledgee for the yer closing July 15, had been met. Over UJiiO wss riven hr the eon Terence so ciety fr the support of the Barre mis i Hons and the rieht on the daenne jt.ome wss reduced by I3'in. About 0 was s'm ent to be uH in the differ ent liitee of work d'Mie by t he nations weiety among the mmmlsin whites, the rwprne. .Ispsnese tm tfe TariHc eoat snd at the immiprsrt home in B"Un. Mrs. P B. Mreet f Washingl. P. C Cnerl tirnntendent .f desoones work, was present at eter'i's rn Utnx. Mrs. A. II. Webb c-f "Tairl, ftreei'tent vf tHe eon f ereH'e tnrmlr, Mrs. K. A. Int.. rf I i)o.u'f IsD. Vr. Mary Sbeb'irtie of M"ti1r!r and eerersl oth er i,t e.f to a perle were also t-reeeTit, beiiie a larye tiumW from th.s nty City Eerpiial Ketea. Mvs. rNii'- V'V "sa ef Tni-tii !'.. V'-. fewM T 'ke r.f fsl 'ore s d Mrt. liwtrt f arS ni f .'tl'7 M VS! etre. er rrrtte4 upon t the Otv bp tsl t U. 1 Se r.'i I it F 1.-th IfrK bo s frste4 ti1m t the tal j-e4y. is fjr1e"! as fst"'e. weed r w inset'od. rtrfed t j ta wlmrili t wdit. 1 .!:;. ,1-.lfwHi mfi rt"ri.4 t 1-t hn Itm etret. f inr an r-T-e-tt t iWi ! weeks sfn. f -. H"" weeit f ""1 t ' to t "tsl Terssv t t-e t-'mie e fiet in fir a4 .5! J": W e4 in artists to crsck and the outcome iff the contest wss not definitely decided until the eighth inning. A Urge crowd saw the Randolph boys go down to defest with their colors flying. Mendeg for the B. A. A. fanned 11 men and allowed eight hits. Spesre, the Vermont twirler, strui k out sis men and allowed as msny hit Marchesi's sensationsl catch and the fielding and hitting of Mtisit. Smith and Tom mi festured. The trams lined up ss follows: B. A. A. Tomasi ef, Colombo lb, Msrcbesi 2b, Stuart ss, Scampinl rf, Smith 3b, Caldersra c, Rulfo If, Mender. p: Ksndolpn snmiry u, Aiorse Srott 3b, Angell lb, Hancock rf, Tike 2b, Canfiline cf, Hankin 2b, rpeare p. To encounter a hail storm of such rio lenoe and duration as to give tha Isnd- scaoa the appearance that only winter and the genre artiet are aupposed to lend was the experience of Mrs. Carrie i.. (ionyo and a party of friends who mo tored to St. Johnbiiry jeetcrdsy after noon. As the motorics nesrea me essx end of Joe's pond in Danville, it wst patent enough that a storm was brewing snd the auto was forthwith steered Into a neichborty-looking barn. Presently the t-mpersture lowered perceptibly and thr first gult of wind Drought a storm oi rail stones, which the onlookers in the barn declare assumed large proportion. For aome little time atter the storm abated, the road and firldi looked as bough there bed been a light fsll of now. I ssuing .ioc s pona. me moinfiiii w a womsn gatbern.g the hsilston'S in wocKien bmket andT reponse to an nauirr from the ear, she gave Put the nformatton that the l.ail was to I uJ or fleering ice cream One of the larget crow da f tli ea eon r.esrd the rrre vuiren ram i cht ia an erio'sble rrifrana of nation I, popular snd !ira! airs. City park vrrfoved with p,p.le and the streets eoctiguous to the t-ubiie tr.s ns'e were f Iie.i milk autoniobilra. AiJuous praf tier bss ksd its sy with the tnue.r. are and the ron.-ert waa boi!y plea tires hie tt all. PiffwwHics attenimg the dis feral of numerous autom'-h(e after t'ie entieert hour W f.nally eliminated through the act ire ef1es cf t tragic foh.rnen, bo were etatiooed at the t"r Set eonser H the perl. The of tHe snotorwts w ha " witlieg t pro e4 r tit '' r. f-"V4 r T i;t f t rrcmi m th bttie di-c it Tt ttr i lv. Iit ot'-er. rr. rt to sk s r-u-riM getaway. fm tm for a gor.fl U t f atWtiofl frm the -.',f. Come to Vauehans for lacea. Children blouses, in large variety, from the SlcW horter Co. Plenty of Vudor porch shades now, in all sizes, at Hooker s. Miss Jeannie Brown, who is taking a vacation from her duties in the Smith ft Cuming store, David Stuart and Wil liain Dohie went tbie morning to Groton pond, where they are to spend a few days in camp with Mrs. .Stuart and the Misses Walker, who left for Groton yes terday. An ice cream social and lawn party will be held at Cobble Hill grange hall Thursday evening,. July 15. Music by Carroll's orchestra. Everybody invited. Don't forget the good old times you have had at Cobble hill, and come. Ladiea of the grsnge pleaee bring cake or wafers. Charles H. Doyle, a Montpelier autoist, paid a fine of $3 and costs of $5.14 when nrraigned before Magistrate H. v. Scott in city court this forenoon, it having been a'llpged that a touring car which he drove about the streets of the city waa inadequately lighted one night recently. Mr. Doyle Meted that it was a technical violation and that hia negligence was not rulpsble. insomuch aa hia car is not equipped with extra sidelights on the front and that only one head was burn-: ing. I he respondent wss is a en m cus tody by Officer John S. Murley on a complaint made to Grand Juror William Wishart. William S. Hutchinson of St. Albans, a traveling agnt and civil engineer in the employ of the Central Vermont Railway Co., was in the city yesterday adjusting the railroad's tas accounts with the city. Tsxea held by the city against the rail- load, aggregating nearly I'XKI and cover ina a period of several years, were set tied st the oftW of the city clerk. Liti gation ovrr the right of the railroad to claim exemption on property not used for rsilroed purposes prompted the fen- trsl Vermont to postpone the matter of paring back taxes until a teet case bad leen carried to supreme court In the suit brought sfsinst the railroad b? the pity of M-ntpelier. When a derision fs- torahle to the city was returned, the railroad got resdy to psy bark tatea In Parre, Montpelier, Prattlebnra snd a number of otW towns and cities ia the state. LIVED ON APPROPRIATION. An Vermont Soldiers' Home Hears at nual Meeting. Bennington, July 15. The annual meeting of the trustees of the Soldiers' Home was held yesterday with the larg est attentance in several years. The trustees present were Hugh Henry of Chester, former Gov. E. J. Ormsbee of Brandon, John L. Moseley of N'orthfield, X. F. Punhee of Bristol, Seymour H. Wood of St. Albans, George W. Bridge- i of Hardwick, Henry T. Cushman of North Bennington, Charlea K. lleach of Burlington, H. C. Streeter of Brattle- boro, Henry O. Carpenter of Rutland and P. S. Chamberlain of Bradford. There hare been three deatba among the members of the trustees during the nast rear: Gov. U. A. Woodbury of Burlington, Gov. John G. McCullough of Bennington, and Gen. Levi G. Kings of Rutland. The vacancies were filled by the election of C. D. Wiliams of Bur lington. Hall P. McCullough of North Bennington and George W. Kinney of Rutland. Hugh Henry waa elected president, completing 25 vesra in that position; Charlea t. Beach, treaaurer; E. J. Orms bee, secretary; H. T. Clubman, auditor; Dr. L. H. Ross, surgeon, and tlie lie v. P. L. Dow, chaplain. Col. Thomaa Han non as superintendent and Mrs. Hannon aa matron continue in office by perma nent appointment. The borne has been operated the past year inside the appropriation. The pres ent registration of veterans ia 08. HERBS FOR THE FLOWER GARDEN List of ! Food Specials! REJtOl VMl THEN ACT! JCw'rt'.i Bael Cawcert Prj m. The rf t'fe yr'Trstn for tie wvrt st V" f r 'er fr-iy t I fry : i 'r. H - 1 1" ' .tlW'H j i --f 't T' i Cwtor 7 s V'H l tl.f .. , j T " er . t4M mn'M f-enw "Msrtses W s'ix A V-;e. ; i tp tti Me a fti C' , . .. PIea one jour t ish or der" earlier, our chauffeur haa to rrtrard the rpeed limit. Ike Trout, 1T 20c Ij,Ve Iikerfl. ft ISe jUke Pike, Tb 20c jlirpe Mackerel, n...25c, 35e I Shore Haddoxk, 1. 10c to ISe Kanrd I'iih. TV I.loe l i.s.n. id i HalihoL, Hi 20c. 25c j - j tv in, . m 4 i l f PO, III. ....v a a l'rh SiJmrm, Th 2-V dread. lb 2fc Ilr.nn Haddica, lb. i aUi,m rs . jned (herrica. basket I m"n, 6mtn iNair Pfslatota. Pftk Mjirce termlntta, eacli.c f lHurffa, drtrcn Ic ipeithea, 47t 2fc tr2 c For Use and Ornament Every flower garden should include few berbe, not only because their scent and bloom lend aa old world charm to the spot, but because they afford abundant supply of scent and seasoning for indoor use. There is, for Instance, tha old-fashioned rosemary, aa evergTeea shrub, which grows from twe to four feet high and baa spring flowers of white. tinired with p! blue, the leaves beinf These huhes need a mod and sheltered spot, but very freely In almot any garden soil, ana s hem id tie propsfsted ty reeds la the spring rws prefershly in a border, or by layering the lower brienches tn July end August. Rosemary is seir lovely when tn bloom, and great fs vorrte amor berb. Larend-r is rr 1 1 tery frsgrsnt. I j et s'tely w arm j they grow I haps the most popular herb in the mar ket. Of the two kinds chiefly known, lavandula spica is the plant most com monly cultivated in gardens and may be raised from seeds sown in the spring. It should have a ghetlered position and be placed in light, well-drained soil, and if cultivated from plants they should be placed in the ground about 18 inches apart. This makes a charming hedge, and after blooming must alwaya be cut back into shape again. After five or six years, the hedge may become bare and seedy looking, when it should be re placed by cuttings from the current year's plants; theae should be about . three inches long and a third of each cutting must be inserted in the soil. In order that dried lavender may retain its refreshing and delicate scent for an ap preciable length of time, great ear should be taken in cutting and drying the flower spikes. They should ba cut when the blossoms are thoroughly dry. but before they have begun to fall, and the drying-out process should be very slow, indeed, never epreading them out in the full sun, but always in a cool,. shsdy place, that they may dry grad ually; after which ther should "be tied together and bung in a dry cupboard un til needed. Rye and Hyssop. The common rue (rata gaveoletisT fa another herb deserving a placa in every garden. It ia a species of evergreen shrub growing about three feet nigh, with yellowish blossoms and grayish green leaves. It msy ba grown from seed, and should have a warm and shel tered spot in the garden, and ii planted in well-drained soil will bloom freely from June to August. Hyssop is ft form of dwarf evergreen shrub which needs replacing about every fourth year, and should he planted in a warm spot in lightish soil. If tha earth happens to ba heavy in the place picked out for the hyssop, work in a little aand and leaf mould, whfrh will give it tha proper con sistency. Wben in bloom it is very (inn mental, some vsrieties bearing white, some blue, and some red flowers the MoMoms are very bitter and aromatic, thus making a valuable addition to rich seasonings. For household purposes trvme la per. haps more universsllv used than any oth er herb. Oricinallv it comes to s from Italy, where in a dried and green state it is lsrgelv used for ssucee and the In evitable aoup. which forms the major psrt of the Italian peasant's dinner. It is chsrming gsrden plsnt, eioeed;ncly ornsmental and epeeuflr suitable as a low bntdev for a pth or grass walk. To thrive satisfactorily, however, it shoiill he rlanted from seed Is a drv. ssnifr soil and ordinsrr rare aeoordrd It. iCnrrrtsht. !!. hr t R. rrkinMW A3 nefct raeeevaM ,..12e j ..2e ..20c! ..20c j Fresh Fish Varieties BPtOOK TROUT SWORD FISH SALMON BLUEFISH HALIBUT FLOUNDERS ROCK COD LAKE TROUT HADDOCK PIKE LOBSTERS "w i .., v? a l-et-.ar w-"!t.f f vt f. ft. C. I if ea em Xf . ly Rw'" Creilki P PtflTTP Pft r. . t he !- "onw b: j T-i- lOlj.Utl W LL.uixd UUt f ras. .U'r ia st " ' -Vv fc. f.!;, t f tift Li'" . . .-,-,., O f"e f -"S!" V--T. THITE a"w New Potatorf, larpe and mealy, per peck lSr Lemons, hip lot in to-day, per dozen l.V Best Dairy Butter, per lb ."0c Strictly fre?h Er??s per dozen 2V Native Pc? frt ?h even m-mirp See cor window for h.r i weather drinks. The F. D. Ladd Company ! 5taf ri"i Tanej