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THE BARIIE DAILY TIMES, BA11KE, VT.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24,, 1015. I A Little Money Spent I For Wall Paper a n u 8 5 r a s I a n $ DAY OS will do more towards effecting an artistic and beautiful home than ten times the amount spent in anything else. We have unquestionably the finest and most com plete assortment of dainty; and "classy" decorative ideas to add charm to the home that has ever been shown in this part 6i the country. The cost is slight compared with the quality and merit of the goods. "Agencies for the famous Hoosier Kitch en Cabinet, Globe - Wernicke Sectional Book Cases, White Sewing Machines, Ma cey Filing Cases, Vudor Porch Shades, etc. B. W. Hooker & Company! UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS n LICENSED EMBALMER8 HOBPIXAL AMBULANCE SERVICE I NIGHT 'PHONE iT-ll 4 tt stmmtmtmmsmamsmtffit aaaat Tea and Coffee'jValues Regular 45c bulk English Breakfast Tea ...... 35c Regular 45c bulk Green Tea ...35c Regular 60c Orange Pekoe Tea ,! .... . 45c Regular 60c Oolong Tea 45c Regular 30c Coffee 21c Regular 35c Coffee 28c White House Coffee .......................... 38c ' MEAT DEPARTMENT Cucumbers for pickling, 3 sizes, peck. .. .30c, 50c, 75c Shell Beans, 4 quarts f or . , 25c Native Green Corn, per dozen 20c Cooking Apples, per peck 30c Native Tomatoes, per tb . ". 8c Try our Corned Beef, Salt Pork Ribs, .Salt Pigs' Legs for a boiled dinner. FRESH AND SALT FISH TALK OF THE TOWN i 258- Telephone -259 Special To-day 10c 15c FRESH PEACH MELBA ICE BUTTER SCOTCH SUNDAE MAXIXE CHERRY SUNDAE CHARLIE HERRIE HAPLIN VHASSER KANT ELOPE SUNDAE Candy Special 60c Maxixe Cherries, 39c 77te GKaJlJL Store I 8e bargains at Knight'. Special lata of silks at FittV. Last call on atimn.er dresses at the Vauiflian 8tore. Harry Park of Kins; street, returned thia morning from Moston, where ho 1ih been visiting on pusniest for the pan few days. Arthur Messenger of Norwich is pending a few days at the home of hia grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William SI. iStewart, of the Morse hlock. The members of the Woman's club visiting Elm wood park are invited to pick a bouquet of nasturtiums for them selves or to give to the sick or to those who grow no flowers. The civic federation will, hold a rum mage sale In the emergency room, base- Tiient. if nittf hiiilHincr Kafliritnv: Alli. .... ..w . 7 ' jt n 28, from to 5 p. m. Cont ributions are solicited and may be loft at Mrs. W. F. STiepard's store, or at the saleroom after p. m. baturday. A splendid lot of young cows, two-year- old calves, all extra choice stock; six horses, among them the famous Wilkes- dale, with a mark of 2:10, and the Gal way pony, Dolly Sparrow ; farming tools and crops to be sold at auction at the Smith stock farm to-morrow. See ad. on page 7. D. A. Perry, auctioneer. Frank Courtney,' who has been em ployed during the summer at Cushman's and Ward's electrical office! has com pleted his duties there and he left this morning for his home In South Rye- gate, where he will visit his parents for few days. After a short vacation, he will return to this city and begin work for the Consolidated Lighting company. Sirs. William McDonald and daughter, Jessie McDonald, who have been visit ing relatives and friends in the city for a few days, having recently returned from Boston; left this morning for Ixw Angeles, Cal.f where they will join Mr. McDonald and son, Frank, who went there some time ago. A stop of several days is planned to be made by them at Chicago. No. 943. Forty-five acre farm with as fine a set of buildings as one could wish; just the thing for market gardening and poultry, and only a mile from the city limits, on level road. Good place for granite worker who wants to work in the sheds a part of the time. Present owner runs a milk route which would be included with equipment if desired, Place keeps six cows and team; barn is 66x40 feet, has four stalls; new house of nine rooms, in fine repair; buildings alone coat $4,000: plenty of wood for the farm. Plenty of water at buildings. Let us tell you more about this property, D; A. Perry Real Estate Agency. A pleasant surprise in the form of a miscellaneous shower in honor of her ap proaching marriage to William D. Parry of Montpelier was tendered MU Marga ret H. R. Brown last evening at the home of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Brown, 0 Grant avenue, when 23 of her young lady friends called to shower her with best wishes and also to leave use ful household articles. So carefully was the party planned that Miss Brown had no inkling of what was to take place and when she returned after dusk and en tered the parlor she was taken unawares with a downpour of packages. After the excitement had subsided, the even ing was given over to playing games and singing. Dainty refreshments or we cream, cake and wafers were served, aft er which felicitous greetings brought the affair to a close. The theatrical season at the opera house was opened last evening with the life-dealing nerve-racking production, "A Fool There Was," taken from Kipling's The Vampire." It was only a fair au dience which cared to witness the doings of a 'fool,' and the workings of a woman with a strong mind playing on the soft er senses of man. The strong part tak en by Olin Field, as the vampire, was well taken rare of and she portrsyed such a life as described in the book of the same name. Equally as effective were Kdwin Redding as the friend and r. li. Hemome as the husband, while the part taken by Cecile Holmes as the wife was ail that could be wished lor and was well played. The remainder of the cant were well balanced; and now and then bursts of applause denoted close attention from the amaied audi ence. The play had a lesson (n it which. when heeded, might lead to a lull in divorce courts. The acting was of a high order and this alone made the three acts attractive. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Clean Up of Summer Dresses! We are now, making prices on a lot of Summer Dresses to clean them up at once to make room for our fall stock which is fast coming into the department These are odd dresses left from our season's large stock of these desirable dress models. You now have two months, at least to wear? these thin dresses. The'styles are good, the materials are the best, the price is very small. At 98c are a lot of dresses that are extra values, are worth from $2.00 to $3.50, now at less than the price of the material alone. J . At One-half price are a lot of odd dresses in both light and medium colors, such as voiles, dim ities, linens, and in combinations of different materials. These are values from $3.50 to $7.50, now at only one-half price to close. j' . , Demonstration Sunshine Biscuits All This Week at LYON'S STORE 1 lb. of ENGLISH ASSORTED 25c 2 lbs. of COOKIES, ASSORTED 25c 6 PACKAGES for 23c 3 PACKAGES for 25c 2 PACKAGES for 25c Telephone 12-W 126 North Main Street An Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results House Painting Firft-cla? workmanship axd hih grade materials are guaranteed, A. V. BECKLEY ert pfymt ttvc rrr rot - as nx rt. i Clean-Up Sale of Coats We are putting prices on a lot of odd Coats to close them at once. These are Coats of different materials no two alike. ( At 98c eSLCh re eight Coats that are made of a good quality material. The style, while not the best, is not bad, and the materials are the best. Are qualities that sold at from $8.78 to $ 15.00. The mate rials would be good to make over into a child's coat. The price is only 98C each. At $1.98 are few aJa L'n,n Two-piece Suits. These are a good Suit for the next , two months wear. The quality and style are alt right. The regular prices were from $6.50 to $10.00; now, to close, at only $1.98. The skirts alone are worth twice that price. At 98c re few od1 White Skirts that sold at from $3.00 to $5.73. To clean up at 98c each. At one-half price rerVl1 w? have left in White and Colored Skirts. New Fall Skirts We are now ready with our early fall showing of Ladies' Separate Skirts. While this is early to begin to talk of the new fall materials we find that many like to get the early selection of the new materials as soon as they are in. J J The new fall Skirt stylps arc very attractive thia year. The materi als are different, and the styles entirely new. These are the M. & C. and Veits Brothers ines of Skirts, which is a guarantee as to quality and style. . ' The special values we are show ing are priced at $2.98 tn $3.98- Are made from an all wool Serge and are in the latest style. ( Our popular lines and styles are those we sell at from $5.00 to $5.75 a,,d these we are showing in a large range of styles and in the season's best materials. At from $6.50 t $10.00. w have some extra values in Novel ties and Silks. These are made in extra good styles that are different. Silks for Fall of 191,5 New Silks, new in make and new in style. These are very beautiful. The most of these Silks come yard wide, so that a garment can be cut witlr less waste and less seams than from narrow Silks. Trices on these Silks are very low, selling at $1.00, $1.25, $1.35 nd $1.50 J'ari wide- We have a notice this morning that colors of Navy and Cadet in all foreign dyes will be off the market in many kinds before the fall business is fairly under way. German dyes are nearly all at the present time held jup. Conditions seem to be growing worse. We do not expect to see another good lot of Navies, Reds and Cadets until the war is over. If you have Dress Goods to buy, you can now be sure of foreign dyes. Later reliable manufactur ers will not pretend to nell these colors. We will not use domestic colors in Dress Goods: we will go without. So, if you buy here, you will get the best or not any. j Specials for a Few Days Twice each year we have a Remnant S&leJ These Rem nants are now on one of our bargain tables. This is an as sortment of short lengths from all of our departments, marked so that anyone can make a saving of one-half or more on what they can use. ., One table of 50c goods. These are all this siaon's goods odd lots that sell now at less than os.t, 29c Per yard. ; Hoagknit Sweaters This is the season for Sweaters. We sell nearly as many now as in the winter. Ladies use them on outing trips; they wash perfectly, keep their colors, and are just the thing for cool evenings and rainy weather. We have a special in a Shaker Sweater that we sell in all colors at $5.98. Chilrden's and Ladies' cheaper Sweaters from 9gc up. Ask for HOAGKNIT SWEATERS and get the best your money can buy. The increased demand for Ladies' Silk Hose has been encouraged by improved quality. Hose Special in black, white and colors. The Daylight Store Ask to see 50c Silk TALK OF THE TOWN Last week of sale at Yaughan'a. Buy vour wash goods in the sale this week at Vaughan s. Reeular New Kncland Order of Protec tion meeting to night at 8 o ciock. Try Bancroft inn. riainfleld, for your Sunday dinners and lunches; also good hall for dancing parties, large or small. Alderman and Mrs. E. C. Glysson are entertaining Mrs. Liwie Wolstenholra and Gsrdner Hatch of Lowell, .Mass., wno ar rived in town Sunday and. also Mrs. Gladys Cutler of Keene, X. H., who came yesterday. Other recent guests at the same home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Small of Boston, who left for Morrisville last night. Word has been received .a Barr of the death of James S. Milne at Victoria, B. C, on Wednesday, Aug. 18. Mr. Milne had Wen ill about 10 days with a cold when he was taken with a sudden fit of roughing and burst a blood vessel, dying in short time from a hemorrhage. The burial was at Victoria on Aug. 21. Mr. Milne resided in Bsrre for a long time and went west two years ago. He was a member of Hiawatha lodg, I. O. O. F, and of Clan Gordon. He is survived by four sons and a daughter. A. D. S. MILK OF MAGNESIA Removes the Gas from Your Stomach The A. D. S. Store ! GOOD THINGS TO EAT ; Order Early Fresh Fish For Friday Small, Medium and large Mackerel Sword Fish Chicken Halibut Smells Special team for delivering 'phone orders. ONLY UNION CLERKS. Granite Ciiy General Sforc I-iS Crsai' SU IeJjM ill X l YOU C ro A SmO WHf e at C At wars lutr TlaTb? rrn Ate whpi ri wit of(f ti jio") KODAK SLTPLIES RECEIVED FRESH EACH DAY Drown's Drug. Store Summer Complaint Successfully Treated People who have suffered from diarrhoea, dysentery and summer complaint, have learned to rely upon A. D. S. COLIC REMEDY. This scientific preparation never fails to remove the cause of the trouble and provides prompt re lief from pain. Useful in all cases of cholera morbus, cholera infantum, grip ing:, and colic. 25c per bottle. Drown's Drug Store A. D. S. BUG KILLER GETS THOSE BUGS FOR YOU The A. D. S. Store VISIT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN NUF SED zstt THE WISE HOUSEKEEPER! I has made this her moat phon- ping neauquarter. sne n&. learned that upon every occa sion he has been served with ! the best meats the market af- 1UIUS anu wanru ui"jh hi an accommodating manner. It if J Upon UCh basis thftt We 0-JltMe. rhir. rnrkers. rm-H, art auar TALK OF THE TOWN The city wntral romm.tlee will mrl in the Konalt hall on Cramte street Thursday etrniritf at 7:31 o'clock. All d'-l'-fstes are fjueMed to I reiit. fcnty to head f A?Yt grade HMt m. t! tv-t hrd In the mint , t t oJ1 t auti'a at the riiita st'vk farm. Soutb Marre. to-morrow. Sr a4. a f-sjre J. D. A. Thtt, aurtmner. Triiste of almt tie biiiWld furniture, tBit'f of ims fed. anst tnw ati'I i-rii'p. diwwrt, liffiiK,T, etlxmsi buokraae, huff-t. round dtninf TALK OF Til E TOWN I j licit 3'our business. j roreqoartf r of Spring a Lamb, per lb "x Lejr of Lamh, per lb 2,c . . ! -.ft IllVf m JTOIKI rpnilf V fill fc i cn, to-day only, lb 2 Fatu-y lot of FoK lb. . . .2! rienty of the BontV J Smoked Shoulders. Ib. 11 ! SWEET CORN, doz. 1 U j i" i Mull lieans jun fie Arpk. pek..2-V to 3Vj ew rotators petk I, WOOD FOR SALE n ! Dry. rrixrd h.rd ard t'.fi Iab at 11.75 rr lai Tie kd w.3 averse from 4 to H hrd wri. tl.T is tb uu3 Trice of f -ft -d thb; $2JrO n tb u-8.J rnre cf YriienrA Pure Kettle-Rendered Lard.. . ! j per lb If? j K nrt Com rule, hot 1 Ch- J Quaker PeSed Wheat, per J t I reh I intuit I 6x eery J. lb. A2t j W tt!i for the pf-r ii-.J in cr s 1 r ritti TW naM motif tt.ia bmL' I uniiftf. firtur. tie. W. J. 'iliT, 1 1 tiurrli tr-t, rrr. Ihirir.f bit aW-m, I l an- ij(fe t'tat iht timrr mil he t t4 ti!I i4. 7. INi ii r r-t r fr- nk t,i hmtina, wul hav a fuU t.ne -f fs!J sb4 ini-r rsi!l rTy fnr y-tt ntrvm Mm l4iKHt, tnjhuery rkm, M '"1 k Vl atiwu A woi-'nl t!if at te ?iltn s, r if y hall tfc.s wiir at !. 4. mil f. i'.i m Atirr of ft. iiHw.. Tty m' Tr.ai i4 IfMinr' f.tH ?ati Anry." Tt-rrr il aw l wu- irlniirstal ol. I.iejhny Th f. A. r-r t t iift ,4 !. . 4"' ff rr fi"w t 2 I vrvt t Vr. ai Vn At twt C. V of t" f'. 1 bw. t f t o--u! " i T. V m r- m t tt f.f tj-. Mr. Vw" aw oi at At tn. I -Kg r"W!T h :". rrivsfe actiiioT, Sfl 4efferfn street. Fthrl il. f'prsr. teacher. Ar-plwat ion fof hrg inners should he made brfore Srt. 1. ( nuitber limited. (iurts at Hotel Bane ypalrrar in i!iit Mr. and Mrs. It. f. M1rntrk of Ilahvar, X. J Mr. snJ Mrs. Millnell ani son, Rhhsrd. of Lakeno4. V. J, and Mm. A. M. Thurston of I,tts htirr. I"a, Mr. and Mm. If. M. rWntn of Boston, and a osrty of 13 from Mont- TALK OF THE TOWN Try a tliarlie (1i.lin cherry char, l.V. at nueirs fountain. Ue. '.. t Xenell of Trenrh street left this morning for I.ynion ille, her he has twn enpsped to pk at a ramp mrfting to-l". .limn Kansllr, a ron.iwtor on tha Central Vrrtnont rs;lrod betern T-arre and Moiitpehrr. is taking a two erka lacatioii from Lis iutM, His pla is bf ing filled by John f-uUnsn. Smith & Curings Go.!! Vermont Cream Cheese FRESH NATIVE SWEET CORN, per dot. .. 13c Full Cream Vermont Cheew, per lb 20c Sajre Cheese, leaf Fape flavor, per l"b 22c New and old Young America Chec.e, Roquefort, Sandwich Nut, and Fimento Checye. 2 boxes of frefh Blueberrieit for 2 c 2 boxes of frefh Rlackhrrien for 25c Grsre Fruit, 4 for 2-c Cantaloupes 3 and 4 for 2-V Native Sweet Corn and Dutehcf Apple. A fvd lime fo buy Cinrer Ale, Moxie and Crape? Juice hr the dozen or ra?e The F. D. Ladd Company I t t t X i ! ! r t i ARTIIfRS. MARTTV TTC5E J Tiozt SJ-W 42 rix Stmt L rfmlft tn .