TIIK BARHK DAILY TIMES, JJAWIE. VT., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2t, 1013.
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A. T. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
A. P. ABBOTT CO.
Best Shackford Quality Absolutely Perfect
J Wc place on sale Saturday, another big one, one hundred
Reversible Jute Smyrna Rugs (wool fringed) of the Shackford
q These rugs are 30x60 inches in size; animal, floral and oriental
patterns, and a large variety of colorings.
I We have secured two full bales, 50 rugs to a bale, 100 rugs in
all, for, Saturday not $1.50, the regular value of these rugs but
q We will accept telephone, mail orders, wrap and deliver this
week's special, but none charged.
CJ We make this announcement on account of the large number
of inquiries we have had since our advertisement appeared in
J Sale starts at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning.
B. W. Hooker & Company
Vermont's Largest House Furnishers
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Houghton & Robins
6 lbs. Pop Corn for .. 25c
3 Post Toastics for 25c
4 Quaker Corn Flakes for 25c
3 large loaves Bread for , 25c
Drake's Cakes, each 10c
Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Oranges and Bananas.
Legs of Lamb, per lb 25c
Lamb Roast, per lb. . 20c
Lamb Fores, per lb 15c
Beef Sausage, 2 lbs. for 25c
Butt Steak, per lb 20c
Western Beef Roast, per lb 20c to 25c
Native Fowls and Chickens.
Ripe Cucumbers, per bushel 70c. per peck 20c
Bosotn Celery. Pr bunch 18c
Fresh and Salt Fish
See the gre t value at Abbott's.
Saturday ale 10c new colored outing
flannel 7e a yard at Vaughan'a.
Auction sale to-morrow at Waterbury;
60 cow, 12 horn and a numbt-r of hogs.
C. F. Smith, auctioneer Adv.
Ladies wishing to know the correct
way oi maBitug.iig the akin and beautify
ing the complexion call up Russell' thia
next week. Free demonttration at your
home. Adv. '
ns I.. E. Ktniiptitnn. a teacher in the
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r,v,A in the rilv thia morninir and evening. Per ordor Gilbert I'htllip., cap
visiting for a few day at the iiome or
her motlicr, Mr. Ellen L. Stoughton, of
Why don"t you have aome of
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Mun.ingwear at Abbott'.
A regular meeting of the I. O. O. l.
L U, will W held in K. of C ball Fri
day evening at 7 Ylk. A full attend
ance dcaired. Refreshment! will be
Clark O. Tayntor of F.rie, Ta, a for
mer reeidertt of Rarre, who ha 11
aradirr a few daya with friend In the
nty, left thia .irnirg fnr Pellowa Fal!,
wbera be will it fr a few day lie
fore going to iwt-fli t nt'-r the Har
vard atfconl of law.
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(see Utest in millinery at Abbotfa.
Have you your dollar earned? I'nl
veraaliatVbwreh Jarlfr WeinH'1ay, fp
tember. 29. Hotial time for all ladiea
of the parish.
IMvate funeral aervkea fr John R. F.
Tavlor, the infant "n r4 Mr. and Mrs.
ll'nry Taylor of 1 Tlain stmt, vbnw
lth occurred Thursday, t bld at
the bnie thia ftn at S o'clock.
Kev. E. F. NeweH, pa.t"T of the Heddii
Method it rliunli. ofTi. iiting. The burial
t.k place in H"pe cmtTT.
chunk for your furnace or large atovet
You can ave your coal lor cower weatn
er. The I). M. Mile Coal Co.. 122 North
Main street. Telephone 133 and 417-M.
The memler of the teacher training
claw of Spaulding high achool, with their
supervisor, Mr. Hnyder. took their first
trip of tha aeaaon yerterday afternoon
to Eat Urook field, for the rurio of
rural echool observation. Afti-r the viit
at the achcKd, the party were Invited to
the noma oi ,mi kuio Anpru, one vi j
the member of the claaa, where a boun-
tiful lunch wa aerved. llie trip wa
made in Clark Perry' new auto truck.
Employe of the Rarre & Chelaea rail
road, the' Montpclier t Well River mad
and the Harre branch of the Central Ver
mont railroad were at the capital Wed
nesday evening to litcn to a lecture on
high epl"five by W. P. Leighton of
the t'nited Stat- bureaa of explosive.
All railroad men In thia vicinity, from
the section gang to the operating crea,
were urgd by their respective employer
to attend the lecture and to the end that
all might be accommodated a special
train a run over the Central Vermont
line. Forty-two railmed men who mike
teir hcad'itiarter la thia city made up
the passenjrer lit and all of those who
listened to Mr. Leighton felt well re
paid for making the trip. The special
trm returned to Rarre immedist.tr
aft"T the close of the btture at 10:.'W
94 in the Shade is Some Weather
. That is the kind that we were entertaining last week.
ThiYwppW frpp7.in.rf weather. Sentember almost ilone. Octo-
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ber nearly here. A quick ump trom summer until late tan.
Winter next! Are you prepared for the cold weather?
Very few are.
We have the largest and best selected stock of heavy goods
thnf- hnc pvpr hpfn m nnr store. We are readv to care ior you
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and do it well. This time we can a little more than please you.
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We can make you teel that you nave a most sausiactory siore
to trade in. Wouldn't the following be of interest to you
There is a growing demand
for a better Sweater, one that
is heavy and has a high roll
collar a Sweater that will
wear for seasons, wash when
soiled, and still keep it3 shape
and color. You cannot afford
to speculate not when you
can buy our very heavy Shak
er Sweater for $5.98.
Our $5,98 Sweater has leeve
and pockets all knit in (not
sewed a many are). Thia i the
reason for durability and shape.
Let us show you. Any color you
want. All in stock.
Cotton Bed Blankets are
very much cheaper than last
season, so that we can sell you
a good-sized pair of Blankets
at 59c per pair.
Our 98c Blanket in as good as
$1.25 last season' Blanket.
Wool Blankets are reported
very much higher. Ours will
be sold at a little less than last
Scotch Yarns are listed to
sell at 45c per skein. Our
price on what we have at 35c.
The best Underwear that
we know of is Munsing Under
wear. It costs no more than
poorer kinds, will wear longer
and has a perfect fit. That fit
remains after the wash.
Munsing Wool Underwear ha the
wool so closely identified with fine
cotton threads that both look wool
and wears for seasons of bard wear.
Munsing Underwear ha revolu
tionized the Underwear business. It
has learned lots of manufacturers the
art of better Underwear.
Munsing for children, 50c
Muning for ladies, 50c to $3.00.
Munsing Union Suits were
the first that were made to fit.
At that time but very few
Union Suits were being sold,
while to-day' nearly all wear
them. They fit. People like
them. Munsing still holds
Ladies' Tailored Suits
We have just
received t h is
week some ex
tra good Suit
are mostly Suits
we were able to
pick up when in
New York last
week and are
Suits that are
One line which
has just come
are Suits that
arc made up in
They are made
in a number of
good styles and
are well lined
and finished. These we are making
a special run on at only $12.00
Suits at $15.00 to $18.00
We have some extra good numbers
that are made in a variety of dif
ferent models and in Blues, Browns,
Greens and Blacks Poplins, Serges
In the better erade Suits,
we can give you the largest and
best variety we hate ever shown.
Many Fur-Lined Suits in all
Ladies Separate Coats
This is the
brings to our
mind the warm
Coata for fall
wear. We have
for your inspec
tion a large
showing of the
seem to be in
very good de
mand at the
These are made
in a variety of
styles and in
cloths that are
very serviceable and at medium prices.
The plain Cloth Coat is made in a
variety of very popular styles. These
are Coats that are made for service
as well as style, and in these Coats
you will find some of the season's
best values. j
We have this season a line of large
sizes In Coats. These garments are
made by people who make a specialty
of stylish stout Suits and Coats, and
they are built on the right lines to
fit and come in sizes up to S3.
We have just received some extra good values in Ladies' White Linen and Muslin Waists. These are Waists
that are made in both the medium and the high-low neck, is a fine embroidered front. Our line of Muslin and
Voil Waists at $1.00 are extra good styles and quality. We have just received another lot of those Smocked
The Davliffht Store
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flannelette nicht robes for women and
children at Vaughan's. .
Sanitary service and no long waits
at Koss' Depot wjuare barber shop.
Notice! The Little Dry Goods Store
will be closed from Wednesday at 6:30
m. till Saturday at o:ju p. ra.
A meeting of the Granite City Hose
be held at 7:3" rriuay
Ladies wishing to know the correct
wsy of mnaging the skin and beautify
ing the complexion call up KucH'a this
next week, free uemonsirauun si juui
Iirm am! small chunks for the fire
place and the furnace when the rights
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intl the mornings are cou. i lie j. m.
Mile Coal Co., 122 North Main street.
lel. phones 133 and 417-M.
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Buy your winter underwear now at
All wishing to take p1" in tn c1aB
Gordon minsteela are requested to meet
in clan hall Friday, Sept. 24, at 7 o'clock.
11. A. Denny, a prominent Northfield
farmer was in town yesterday making
arrangements with C. F. Smith for hold
ing an auction sale of Holstein cattle and
hogs, on Tuesday, October 3. Adv.
A very pleasant evening was spent by
the members of the Bonaccord Football
club in their pavilion lat night, the oc
casion being a presentation to Ale: Tal
merone of the club's most popular play
ers. President Mowatt presented him a
hanilsome suit case on behalf of the club,
and wished him a pleasant voyage. Mr.
Palmer suitably replied. Songs and stor
ies by various members brought a suc
cessful evening to a close.
WC HANDLE Mf AT$ OP
tmat foi.k$ Dec law e Aste
The Coat Proposition
Is Forced on You By the Weather Man!
Hit leather and our hre itock of tylc that the fashionable woman
and ni ill mart, make a combination that i oin to make coat
a!e eaiy here. Children Coat, too jim dandie for little money.
Fur Trimmed Suits that Are Fashion s Dicta
SHIRTWAISTS AND MjOUSES at 9Sc are common enough and the
Hjle and value crowded into oar new one it jatt at uncommon. Ther
sre the H-t tat e ever told at the rricc broad ttatcrr.cr.t hut
The Excellent Quality
of our Meats first attract
ed attention of the public
to this market. The fair
treatment accorded our
patrons and the fact that
we kept our delivery prom
ises have made this shop
the mecca for wise shoppers.
Fancy Lot of Spring Chickens
and Fowls i
Forequarters of Lamb, per lb 15c j
Legs of Spring Lamb, per lb 23c
"Green Mountain KrancT Sausage, per lb. . 15c j
Heef Sausage, 2 lbs. for 23c j
Rib Roasts of Western Heef, per lb., ISc to 23c j
Handy's German Frankforts per lb ISc
St rotates 10 lb... 2. 1 100-lb. rur-.Sapar, lb. ..3,e
Ptoa Celery, bunt h lc Vrd CaW. each If
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Xew cloaking at Ahhott'a.
Regular meeting of Canton Vinton, No.
9, to-night at 7:30.
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New sfripe filka at Abbott's.
Opening al fall and winter coata at
Smooth and Soothe
Ease your skin and soften, soothe and pro
tect it by using DROWX'S HOSE CKEAM.
A fine application for all cases of rough
skin. Elegant for chapped hands. An anti
septic solution of great merit that is delight
ful and refreshing. Buy this quality Toilet
Cream, and you will be delighted with it
23c per bottle
DROWN'S DRUG STORE
Stmt Com. dot 10c
Grap"W ba't 1"" to 20c
Winter Squash, lb
Gran Tmitw pk. 2C
Rip Curomber, pk. 20c
lrr Oram I'.rrad. 3 for 2.e
Tip Top and Fruit llread. 10
Trantst Hotter fundnkhe
rr delicitj made from our
freh-made Peanut flutter.
IHERBERT C. GLEASON
CraiffV Famous Scotch-Cured Finnan Had-
dies (they are different), per lb 12c
OYSTEIIS, CLAMS, LOBSTERS, CRABS, etc
Delaware Grapes "
"The Bay Store" .Montpclicr, Vermont
An especially good trade cn s 50c Endi.-ih Irtak
fast Tea for
A good English Breakfast Tea, per lb.
Ladd'g Special Coffee is big value ?.t . .
A rood Coffee, ler lb
100 LBS. GRANULATED SUGAR $5.75
Have you tried ovr rt x 10c Cakes? They are ?rr at
value?; fresh every day and ird from the lt ma
terials. Six varieties.
Baked Beans and Brown Birad .Saturday.
Our Ix-af Cakes will j -lease you; per H J
Three loaves Cream l'rcad for 2.
The be?t Western Bttf. r. J Native Big Per::, Veal
and Iarr.b. Our Meats are always kept r.rdcr cbss
in refrigerator counter. No du?t, ti n f ftitr.
Another Biff Mackerel Sale for Saturday
FRESH OYSTERS, LIVE ar, 1 BOILED LOBSTERS
The F. D. Ladd Company
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