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THE BAIlltE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT.t WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1915. Peerless China Mattings We shall sell for a few days or while our present stock lasts, a very heavy Reversible China Matting, at 35c per square yard This Matting is the ideal, all-the-year-round bed room floor covering, sanitary and easy to keep clean. Comes one yard wide and in a variety of colorings. Ball end Brass Extension Curtain Rods, very spe cial at 10c each, 3 for 25c only 12 dozen at this price. B. W. Hooker & Company . fiiNlltll. DIRECTORS UNDERTAKERS DAY OR FUNERAL DIRECTORS T.TTKNSED EMBALMBBI HOSPITAL AMBULANCE NIGHT P H ONE 87-U TALK OF THE TOWN If you want to eee the best Elberta Freestone peaches, stop in at United Fruit Store. Carload just arrived. Leave your order. Tel. 240. If you want to see the best Elberta Freestone peaches, stop in at United Fruit Store. Carload just arrived. Leave your order. Tel. 240. Auction Sale 1 will sell at public auction at the granite plant formerly occupied by Cut ler, Storer & Fay Co., on Burnham'a meadow, Barre, Vt., on SEPT. 25, 1915, at 2 P. M. 2 SURFACING MACHINES 25 PNEUMATIC TOOLS Other tools and personal property. Also 76 shares stock in the Burnham'a Meadow Tool Sharpening Co. Sale positive. J. J. GOODWIN, Trustee for Cutler, Storer & Fay Co., Bankrupt. Beplt-18-21-22-28-24 TALK OF THE TOWN Miss Marlon A. Richards left the city this morning for Philadelphia, where she is to pass the winter. The Mercer house on the Montpelier road is beautiful inside, and the location is an ideal one for a residence just out of town. The place is for sale with enough land for a nice garden. Call up M. A. Hoadley, Montpelier, and ask for price and terms. Thone 149-M. The Boynton Fruit Co. will have car of fancy Elberta peaches, large 16-quart baskets, on track at Wells River freight depot to be sold to the people of Barre Wednesday, Sept. 15, at ear, at 90o a bas ket. Come to car, see peaches, you can't help buving one or more baskets. Will be sold by F. D. Ladd Co. Adv. The Nellie Gill players, In whom local devotees of things theatrical have an in terest for the reason that Barre is well represented in the personnel, and -who have been playing stock pieces on a cir cuit in central Vermont all spring and summer, have closed their engagements for the season. ByTon Smith, who Is one of the prominent members of the company, states that the company will return to this section in the spring with a new line of plays and aided by the ex perience gained this season in giving plays periodically in a circuit of towns, they are confident that the new season has much in store for them. stmt Sixes Exclusively for 1916 A year ahead of them all in quality and price. Let us give you a demonstration. Goodyear Tires The lubricating oil that lubricates. You can buy in any quantity of rnces as low as us. The tire you will tet more mile, for OU UU&H V) lwl your money than any other tire. Re- tlf lubrications, placement.. II any. made at horn. ICHUr IUU11WUUU8. Bargain One new Metz 5-passenger car. with starter and light, left with us to be sold. Come and see it. The Drown MoSor Car Co. TALK OF THE TOWN Regular meeting Hiawatha lodge, No. 20, I. 0. O. Thursday, Sept. 18, at 7t:m n. m.. Work initiation, re or der N. G. C. W. Martin of South Main street and E. 0. Holmes of Eastern avenue left this morning for Joe's pond, Danville, for a snort stay. of Haverhill. Mass., left this morning for Burlington, after . ... ... 11. r 11.. visiting witn menus in me cuy ior uc past two weeks. Nourse & Wilson announce their first showing of winter millinery Wednesday, Kent. IB. All are cordially invited to call and inspect our goods. Adv. Mrs. James Conrad of Maiden, Mass., Vio Wn visitlnc friends and rela- ties in this city and vicinity for the past tnree weeics, leiv yeBieruay iui ui home. Mr. Edward Conway opens a begin ners' class in modern ball-room aancmg MnnH.tf th 20th. in the Woodmen hall. Subscription 60c. Recommendations from the Maurice and uastie scnoow. i uuoe 107-2. Adv. Amnnor tlm manv that went to the state fair in White River Junction this morning were Edward Conway and Miss Ethel Morgan, who will give an exhi bition of modern dancing at the dancing pavilion there this afternoon. irMinr T)pimmore of Providence. R. I., arrived in the city last night and will make a lew aays visit in mis cu.y uu vicinity with friends, before returning to Massachusetts, where he will be cm- ployed. frm Vlnrenra Smith and her daueh- ter, Miss Murdena Smith, left this noon for Boston. Miss Smith will enter the New England conservatory of muic fnr at.nHv. Thev will be ioined later by Miss" Joena Smith, who will enter the Guild and Evans school in Bouton. A annial time was SDent last evening by about 75 people, mostly of the young er element, as me iiapusi cuurca, iu the'ir parlors, when a farewell reception was given to wme of the members of the Sunday scnooi ana nrisuan. en deavor, who r-oon leave the city f,or school and college. Among those are Ralph Kogers, Kaymona uave ana vu lim Chenw. A brief nrotrrara was civ- en, after which some time was given over to a drawing game. Each person was eiven paper and pencil and asked to make a drawing. Later Rev. Mr. Holt showed them on a screen with his ster escope. Ice cream, cakes and wafers were served. The west hill Sunset club met Thura Aav Ken 9 with Mr. Bemis of Wil- liamstown, there being 18 members, nine visitors and eight children present. is itors were Mrs. Henry Stewart, Mrs. Decoteau, Mrs. O'Neil and Miss (TSfil of Williamstown, Miss Blanchard of iicr lin Mrs. Wilbur Thompson." Mrs. Henry Bonier, Mrs. Whitney and Mrs. Hogan of Barre. Mrs. Herbert Lapier and Mrs. T.mer Bancroft prepared the following program: Song by club; amcussion on pickling and preserving; reauing oy .wr. Leon Lord; reading, Mrs. Bemis; recita tion, Mrs. Benevides; vocal solo, Mrs. Leon Lord; song by club. It was voted to hold a special meeting with Mrs. Leon Lord, Sept. 24. Refreshments of ban nana, grajes and candy were served. The next regular meeting is to be held with Mrs. Phelps at the George Lynde farm In Williamstown. Program eom mitte, Mrs. Thresa Cheney and Mrs. Leon Lord. 1 pi; . Peanut Butter made while you wait Fresh Fish and Oysters Western Beef Native Pig Pork and Veal We Give Mileage Coupons ONLY UNION CLERKS Special Team for Thone Orders Granite City General Store MS Craait. St Ttlepheo 151 n : r "THE BUSY STORE" A Washington County Institution, THE ftorc that has been serving and satisfying the people of this community for over half a century announces its fall showing of Ready-toAVcar Gar mcnts for Ladies, Masks and Children Dress Fairies and Silks, and most complete stocks of Dress Accessories and Notions, COATS For Ladies' and Misses Wear ; v rlrh fall Color and Mixtures suitable fcr stmt, motoring, and dressy I wear one of a kind novelties that will r.ot be duplicated. 3 Naw, Rusfian Gmn and African Drown. Mixed Drowns. Grave and Greens. Wcoly Cloths, Cordurcys and Velours. Read Our Adxrrtisements and Compare Our Values. t . . i i.nrnm rf AD AnHHTT CC A. P. ABBOTT CU. I A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. STATE FAIR THIS WEEK lot. Good weather encourages a day off. Most people allow themselves a few ... . r-ri days each fall for recreation. 1 ins time can be well soent looking over what our fnrrrws nre raising Your attendance encourages M A "-e O fVi-m nnrl hplns nc oil The following you may need to wear on the trip. They are kinds that cost but little and help out a whole You might be passing through barre. it will pay you 10 step miu our store if only for a very few minutes. All New: Not an Old Idea New Neckwear at. a very small price. These afe kinds good enough to wear away on outing trips. Dust Veils and Auto Veils at popular prices. Handkerchiefs In special values, such as Colored Bordered and Ini tial Handkerchiefs at 2 fr 25c. All-Linen Handkerchiefs at 5c. Our Handkerchiefs are, all of them, from the Marshall Field 4. Co. peo ple, who sell every year over $3,000, 000 worth of Handkerchiefs. Can you conceive of such an immense quantity? You should get acquainted with the quality of our KfJc 8lk Hosiery. In Colors and Blaine. See our special Ribbon values at 19c p" yard- Our last week's Anniversary Sale was a record breaker. More kinds and better values. . This is but a start on our fall business. We are better prepared to take care of your wants than for years. Our enlarged departments speak for themselves. Hosiery and Underwear At the Black Cat mills are six experts, all of the time ex perimenting with dyes and yarns to make Black Cat Ho siery. This is the reason that Black Cat Hosiery is all the time getting better. These people want you, their cus tomers, to get all that is pos sible when you buy their Ho siery. When a pair goes wrong, we return it to the mill. They then make a thor ough investigation to see where the defect comes. In this way they know just what they are asking you to buy. Good Roods cost more to make. They show a smaller per cent, of profit and a larger business increase. Munsins Underwear it told all over the world. Munsing business has started during our terra, of business here in Barre. We were one of their first customers. They have helped us to one of the best Underwear businesses in our city. You have shared that heln bv beinc able to buy such Un derwear at ao low a price. Our fall Hue is reaay. Children's School Dresses Those who have children to clothe for school this fall and winter should see our line of Children's Cotton Dresses. We can give you one of the best Dress values made from a first-class Colored Gingham. These Gingham Dresses come in sizes from 8 to 14 years, and we can give you 15 styles to select from, and any stylo or site, at only $1.00 ach- Wlien for $1.00 Tou buy a Fa8t Colored Gingham Dress, made from the season's best colorings in Ging hams, and made in a large variety of the seaaon's best styles, you sure ly cannot afford to spend your time making them. At 50c ah w h,v me v,ry good values in a Gingham Dress that is made in a neat, plain style. It comes in sizes from 6 to 14 years. It would cost you this amount to make the Dress. See this line of Children's Dresses and then note how much it will cost you to dupli cate them. Ladies' Suits and Coats The early fall season is just the time to look up the sea son's styles of Coats and Suits. You may not be quite ready to buy, but if you find just what you want you are pretty safe in buying, as you will find it hard to get what you want later. We are now showing a good as sortment of the season's best values In Suits. Suits this season are made in styles that are very attractive. The coats are a little longer than lent season; are made on the loose, partial-fitted styles, which give a snap to the Suit that is new and very attractive. The skirts are made with a good fullness, with a variety of, different styles of plaits at the side and back; some very pretty yoke effects that are very good. In Coats, we have some very good Mixtures that are good values at $10.00 $12.50. The Plain Cloth Coat will be very good, as well as the Flain Velours and riushes. This may seem early to talk of warm Coats, but we can surely give you some extra values. We trim all of our hats free of charge. Two t X VVC llilVC UUUUltu 111V 01-v- j ww.... .. - ; experienced milliners to look after your hat wants. Our opening in a few days. I The Daylight Store j TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. Angus McDonald and little daughter of Kirk street are vUiting rela tives in Holyoke, Mass. Mrs. Mitchell C. Morgsn of Upp" v.wton v.ll. Mass- is making a vmit of several days in the city as the guest of Mrs. Grace" Morgan of Prospect street. Around 20 young couple from this city went last evening to Benjamin falls, where they were joined by as many others from Montpelier. and enjoyed a corn roast. Miss Pernio Holmes, formerly of i.n. wlm i-Mvntlv ramnleted a term of urrU In the state educational de partment at the capital, is passing a lew daya with friends In the city before go ing to Swanton to rejoin her parent. Regular meeting of Harmon review, W. U. A. O. T. M., will be held in the K. of P. hall Wednendsy evening, Sept. 13, at 7:30 o'clock; election of commanaer, ;..n.t;nn rfnhmnti. September iuavn.,") , assessments should be paid at this meet ing. TALK OF THE TOWN Louis Cassi of Prospect street is mak ing a visit of several days in Mont real. lingular meeting Bright Star Rebekah lodge. No. 18, Wednesday evening, Sept. 18, at 8 o'clock. Isaso Serkin of Cottage street left this morning for Turlington to pas the re mainder of the week with relatives. Mies Franer of Brook street left this meaning for New York City, where she will make a visit of indefinite length. Oorge M. Marrion of Merchant street in iav Kv ii t miuiliilf for Boston to- iniuht to attonJ the American league s- ries between itoaion ana irvruiv. Saturday, Spt. IS. the I. O. O. L., M. U will have a food sale of home-made food, beans, spaghetti, etc. At store of late Oier IUrgh, North Main street. Band Concert Progrem. ' The following is the program for the concert to be given by the Barre Citiiens band this evening in trie viiy para r, I.r file of Button. ho Is r- ing a 10 days' iscstion at the old lisle hrmetead jut north of Williamstown, called on friends in the city yesterday. Mr. Gale U employed as night clerk tt the Boton Tavern and ia well known 4mong many Vermontere. Barre golfera are g tting ready for the fourth of their series of matchea with the Montpelier CVuntry club, which is to be played wer the local course Sat urJay. Should the Barre team romp l.ome with the honors ia the coming con tt. the aeries -ill hare been wen. but .i.. ... r ik.-ATv for the CVun- try club, a fifth game ill t nwanary, j to ikcide the outcome of the eeanon't;? mathe. Barr- Ms won to maurws . Csint one mstrh for Mt.atrw)i"r. The I hatTe team will in.lude the folio-ing I player, moet of -horn hae figured ia j the' interdub innt.1 before: i. Fra-j wr W. JohnUn. A. Frwland. ). Black, M. Marnon. Y Wal.h, 1 R. Hutch-1 trwm, i. Frecland. Jor-a Daniels. Jtha Keid, A. MiHer. H. Browsi. A. V. Abbott.j Peter Bowa sn4 . Mm ray. l Lt eveninf the annual cora roat.j t,n.iiT the a-i.pM-e. of th Happy Hnnt-, ,g (irtmad t-hih, faee the Mot-t-1 r!i-r r4 tw-ar K B. Ja.-ka,e. Fr ' in.nr mm th big ff b nk-1 mg careful rrT''". gtbcrir We nt wood, iiS!i trTl, inf hidiiip K.me e' tar. fw'mt over all anucH oil that at t" "rrt'Jtt tiir t!e iiig't vt t m1- lt a dy. ara j.aoiit tr9 mctd kinrfled t met ( r 1 rr"l. I-at ri,e. a " Ml f Barr t'1" frwB'ia -t t-' !Wf churth I a i't iira. !:. tv fj.'"rM i r '"i "'t rrl f ?. rg it . ar- mrhrr! arse froie l.fn jj j t Vtt 4 nr t" e i f free w -H t,U t a .-" tit fr. rvea thmirM B B ." i" B tm. t.r letti g'tiw c--.ji!i - 'h v.:).y it tsia vw ft t- r t r-'"- 'tr. -,' a ' h a"- J- -s v- n ....u r.r 't f '- r t ti March -Adjt. Kits (ey Overture "Italian in Algiers .. hossinl Gavotte 'Sweet LovM Vollsfedt "Air Varie," for tlarinet .... Pagneliee Mr. TremWey. ieltion "Mariana" Wallace Vin.i. Thomas 'Star Spangled Banner." We Have It '4 ana "IT a v-r c""-;-r v. Trr"'t 10 pounds of Sweet Po tatocs for I 100 pounds Granulated Suar at 5 3hc lb. Sweet Corn, 10c dozen Shell Beans, 4 qts., 25c Ripe Cucumbers f o r pickling. Plums for canning. We shall have Pears for canning a little later. PK ACHES for can ning. You can d nend on the ones you buy of us being good ! or we make them j good to you. : Ripe Cucumbers 75c a j bushel. ! Crab Arples, 20c peck Onions, 30c peck. Thooc 400 TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. John McFarland of Websterville underwent a auccessful operation at the City hospital yesterday and was report ed to be resting comfortable this fore noon. Mi s Effie Wolfe, who has been spend ing the past month in the city, hae re turned to her home in Holyoke, Mass., accompanied by Mrs. Krwin Lawlisa and daughter, Miss Clara LamliM. Dr. George Young and Miss Clara Ewen, who have been passing two weeks in Skowhejjan, M, visited at the home of the latter mother, Mr, .lames F.wen of Orange street to day while on their say back to Burlington, where they are attached to the staff at the Mary Fletch er hospital. Margaret Glaas, the little daughter of Mr. and Mra. Jamee Glaas of Uix place, who was run or by an automobile on Brook atreet Saturday afternoon, la mak ing rapid progress toward recovery, and tli urn. mmnlirations that were feared soon after th accident apparently are not to develop. Frank McWhorter haa aold his resi dnre at the corner of Richardon and Hill atreeta to W. H. Meaner of Oranjfe street, a deed recording the sale having been recorded yctcrday. Th deal as consummated through th Barr office of the I). A. Perry Real l etat agency vesterdar, th property being tieted sith that agency at rs.unu. i n aai inciua- th dwelling house, whUh has been th McWhorter home for a numhr of yesra, snd a sireabl plfc of land, comprising on of the mt attract! properties in the citr. Mr. Mecr is to Uk !- emn of th how tVt. I. when , is t more bis fsmily from fVare atteet. Mr. McWhorter and family spct to kwve th city around Ot. 1 for Calif or. ma. where thev w ill anake a tay of in- iif.nite lergta. TALK OF THE TOWN A son weighing nine pounds was born at the City hospital yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. George Selina of Berlin. Miss Stella Flint returned this morn ing to her home tn Middlebury, after pasning a fortnight with relatives on Wellington street. Misa Bernice Matott, who is taking a I, r duties in the Eureka restaurant, left this morning for her for mer home in northern isew lor, wnere. she will make a week'a visit with rela tives. One of natures vagaries ia aeen in a freak rooster which attachea at the lo cal office of the American Expreaa Co. have adopted for their very own mascot. As the bird pokes his hesd through the slats of the little coop which affectionate handa have faahioned for him, nothing unuual can be discerned, but a cloaer scrutiny reveals a perfectly developed third leg directly in the rear of its nat ..r.l lin.Wninninfl'. .lame O'Grady is the owner of the fowl, a fat Rhode Island Red, and it was Mr. O'Grady who pur chased th freak from George Ihirkee of South Barre, who was about to Include th three-lcpKcd one in a shipment of nrmltrv tn th BostotT market. Arff' entlv nature endowed the Red with a third "fyrhtirig hook" for purposes of protection, for th birJ bas developed re markable belligerent proclivlttea and when perched on hi two forsard less k. hir iMmW I a formidable barrier to the near approach of any and all In truders. Because or in aeprn poaition. tl expressmen bae named him "Old Colonel." and to lh end that bis talents msy be allowed to grw and tn strong, th owner hae eonflJcd him ti the car of Highland avenu poultry fancier, h" auoce is riinf birds of a selc-t strsis is a byword among local r crimen. Peaches, Pears, and Plums Fancy Yellow and Red Plums in four-quart baskets for canning, each, 25c. Fmh Native Corn, per dozen Jc Pickling Fears, per peck Fancy Sweet Potatoes, 8 lbs. for 25c LAKGE-TOP LIGHTNING JAHS- One-half-pint Jars, per dozen j0c Pint Jar?, per dozen Quart Jar?, ier dozen P.cft Fancy Lemons j-er dozen Eatir.eT Apples, per pock rc MEAT DEPAUTMKNT Fmh-Smoked lV.TAd? Pork Shoulders, per IK 11c WY.rle Sufar Cured Han, rr 17c The F. D. Ladd Company 1 1 HERBERT C. GLEASONf HfC.-t Smith & C.:.iDs Co. B Montpelier. Vermont. U K-tw-.,. i. . 1 wul t4 IS '"'T S rn7i. m Thra3ay.