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TIIK DARIIK DAILY TIMES, BAHUK. VT., MONDAY, OCTOBER' U, 1013.
Wo Display One of the Largest Stocks of Whittall Finer Rugs To Be Found in Any Store in Vermont YOU can readily choose floor coverings in this store to suit the most discriminating ' re quirements. We invite you to see our stock of M. J. Whittall's Superior-Made Rugs, They are arranged on an up-to-date rack for quick handling and to render less irksome the task of satisfactory selection. - Whittall Rugs are sold at standard prices. Your advantage in buying them at Hooker's lies in the larger variety this house carries. We show Anglo-Persians, Royal Worcester,, Tepracs, Chlidemas, Peerless, in the standard sizes, and Lenox Bathroom Rugs. We consider the Anglo-Persians the best Domestic-made Rugs. They are the closest woven, finest texture worsted Wiltons. Other Whittall Rugs cost less, but each at its price is the best rug you can possibly get for the money expended. Always "TRY Your HOME Merchant FIRST." B. W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest Housefurnishers. Houghton & Robins Oak Leaf and Lenox Soap 7 for 23c B. T. Babbitt's or World's Soap 6 for 2oc Proctor & Gamble's or Fels Naptha Soap 10 for 4ac G packages of 1776 25c 4-lb. package of World Soap Powder for 18c Gold Dust, per package 5c, 10c, 25c Kleanall, per can 15c Potash, Chloride of Lime or Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans for. . .2ac Ammonia or Blueing .3 for 25c Sal Soda 10 H8- tor 25c Starch 5 lbs. for 25c Special price on Star Soap by the box. Regular 45c Brooms for 37c Clothes Pins, Clothes Lines, Wash Boards and Scrub Brushes. Get our prices on JARS 1 to 20 gallons STORE CLOSES ALL DAY TUESDAY 258 Telephone 259 There is a man in our town,' and he is wond'rous wise. He lays a rigid ruling down for eVry shoe he buys. Once, Jones would scatter all his trade would buy both here and there and twenty differ ent prices paid, for nobby shoes to wear. He'd get a pair of tans of Jinks, and patent kids of Black, while those he wore upon the links were bought of Mike or Mack. Each last was totally re mote from what he had before; each style a quite distinctive note, as happened in the store. And when on business bent, he'd go, to cities far away, still other shoes were bought, you know, in prof ligate array. Now such a scheme is generous Jones favored no one chop; but soon his feet began to fuss and Jones began to hop. The many lasts the many shapes, no foot can 6tand th strain. No fellow's tootsie-woot escapes that aftermath of pain. So Jones, he joined the Ralston Club, that is, he vowed anew: "No more for mine the rip and rub give me the RALSTON SHOE." It's mighty fine to realize that Fit is guaranteed ; that Style is what a fellow buys along with comfort-need. And Jones well, say, he's Ralston mad; no other shoes for Jones. Says he: 'They've made my walkers' glad, where once I dealt in groans." Y rt very apt ,tlck t R litem after tha first pair. RALSTONS The Peoples C S. ANDREWS. Prop. Shoe Store, Itarre, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN Extra value ,n w00' uItg ,n AU)0tt'1 bftiement. Adv. Mr. Valn of Williamatown was tuk en to the City hospital to-day and was operated upon. Mrs. R. H. Brown left Saturday for Burlington, where slie is the gueat of friends for a lew days. MV. H. II. Maxson of Warner, N, If. is api'nclinjr several days in the city as tuo guest or Air. anu airs. j. u. ju" Arthur Grillin of Bruahton, N. Y., i passing aevoral days in the city as the guest or His orotner, vvaiier urnun, u West street. Tli whiat. narlv a. nlanned bv the St Jean Baptiste society will ba held on Monday, tne iitn, wsieaa 01 j ueuj the 12th, as first intended, at K. of C hall. Retmlnr meetinir of lumoers. boxers and derrick men's union Tuesday evening at 7:30. Election or international preai dent. Let every member attend. Corre anondinff anrrplarv. James Levie and Harold Knight of Hill street left the city yesterday for Uoston, where they are to mmgie wmi the baseball lans at tne graves par 10 Hhv nml to-morrow. John Emslie of 22 West street, who is recovering from an illness that has eon- fined hira to the house for several days, left veaterdav for a week's visit with i friends in Quincy, Mass., and Boston. I restrict No. 13 will hold their district meeting with Fraternity Rebekah lodge, No. 60, Williamstown, Oct. 13. The de gree will be conferred in grange hall and reception and banquet in i. u, u, r. nau. Four massive steel filing cases are be Ini? installed in the office of the Barre Granite Manufacturers' association by J. L. Maxson. The cases are fireproof and will be used for filing records that have accumulated at the office in the past four years. A very pleasant social affair is prom ised for students, former students and teachers of Spaulding high school at the new assembly hall in the Spaulding an nex to-night. The affair will be under the auspices of the school's glee club, and the proceeds are to be devoted to work being carried on in connection with the school. Miss Marion H. Beckett, who speaks on "Modern Art" before the Woman's club to-morrow night, was a pupil of the late J. W. Alexander of New York. Lat er she lived in Paris for two years, work ing independently and coming into con tact with the most vi'al and leading forces in the development of modern art. Miss lieckett has jrequewy ima por traits in exhibitions of mo'ern art. Last winter she had a general exhibition of her work at the galleries nf "201" on Fifth avenue, which excited favorable comment from leading entity and con noiseurs. No formal observance will attach to tha 423d anniversary of Columbus ar rival on these shores to-morrow, although in a measure the ordinary eoursa, of events will be sufficiently diverted in the business section to remind one that America has been discovered. It is stag ed that all union stores and retail places of business will be closed throughout the day. The public schools will suspend their sessions this afternoon until Wednesday morning. The banks will be closed alonsr with a number of business offices and the poetoffjee will observe the usual holiday hours. So far as opera tions in the granite belt are concerned, there will be no holiday, as no provisions for a retpite have been made. In the afternoon spaulding hitf! school's foot ball eleven meets Moutpelier high oi the Lincoln school campus at 8:30 o'clock and the game between Goddard and tfe Norwich seconds on the seminary camptis wilt bcK'n at 3 o'clock. I TRY OUR BREAD Also our Pics, Cakes and Pastry Duller Rolls every day Western Beef Native Vc.nl and Pig Pork Lamb, Chicken and Fowl Fancy and Staple Groceries FRESH FISH ONLY UNION CLERKS Special Team lor 'Phone Orders We sell Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood Open until 9 fo-nlflli! Closed all day Tuesday Granite City General Store I-lJ Craaitt St. Telfron 15! . ", , , .mi i ;i..w?T........trryrnyf MTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTrfTTmrt rrrtTT!!!"t'"!!!Tt""?'I""''J " a n ATJDATrn ftn I A D ABDATT nr I AT) A T TirVFP , A. P. ABBOTT CO. t A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Values in Our Bargain Basement In the opening of our Bargain Basement last Saturday we were able toadd to our several departments a line of merchandise that we have felt for a long time that the public were in need of. The large crowds that visited that de-. partment only spoke too plainly of our correct anticipation of their needs. We had not anticipated so large a rush, hence the reason for our weakness in not being able to wait on all. We are adding a larger force to the depart ment so in the future will be in better shape to take care of the trade. ' . We are in Boston this week in the interest of this department, and will be able at all times to give you extra values in this new department. Our special val ues in muslin underwear, white and white and black waists, a few odd coats. One case of wool remnants, flannels, flannelette robes and many other val ues that will interest you. ' Ladies' Tailored Suits Our line of Tailored Suits is now complete in every de tail. We have a large display of the select Sample Suits in the season's best qualities ; also a large display of the more conservative styles, made from the season's best ma terials, in a large variety of the best styles. At $12.00 we are putting out a special Suit value in Serges and Poplins. Ttese are made in a variety of the season's best tailored styles. At $18.00 we will show you one of the largest and best varieties of styles to be found in the state. These are made in the plain tailored styles and those trimmed with fur and braid are all guaranteed in every way. In the better grades, at $22.50 to $30.00, we can show you a large variety of the season's best models, in designs that are new and different. ',. Ladies' Separate Coats This is the weather that creates the large demand for the Separate Coats. We are now ready with the largest line of Ladies' Separate Coats that we were ever able to show. We have planned to have this line all ready just when the trade are in need of them, and now can give you almost any qual ity you may be looking for. We have a good showing of the medium length Sport Coats in qualities from $7.50 to $15.00. In the better grade of Cloth and Plush Coats, we are showing a large variety of individual models, in the season's best values. See Coats. our special values in Ladies' Fur A. i t ! Our millinery department is a very busy place at this time of the season. We have a large dis play of the season's best hat values. These are the ready made hats in the season's best models. 7- U silcsx n Inrila Atcr1nT r( Viof cVioc onrl cm molrr irrwi nr onvrriJnd triot vrkll mO7 Winf fir prices that are right. Come in and see this display of the season's best and newest shapes. The Daylight Store ! TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN m ii ;r4u'11r mi fti TV K. Witrmin of nnnr Wanhincr x orms iur mc c-m-n !. - t - - i i , r outh aide of WaahinRton atrwt hara ton atreet ia taking a 15 daya' vacation Bwn laid and the worn oi ouuuhik m,irum mm uuvim u i ." t alk w ill bogin thi welc w th propi-, camera. ioua weather prevailinR, the contractor Nelson Rrown. a atudent at Dart xiecta to comijlte the walk within a j mouth college, Hanover, X. H., waa few weeka. ;week end viaitor at the home of hia par- William MfCaffrey of JelTraon atreet, critt, .Mr. ana .Mra. jamea i.rown oi bo ia taking a vacatioo from hia dutiea C'iilT treet. n the Drown pharmacy, left Saturday j Mri. Thoma C Tetcra. who haa been n i u u fc iur iu.wH. " - i - I - - Barra around Nov. 1 to resume hia du- gue.t of Mra. Robert AVright of Brook tiea Mr. McCaffrey will viait frienda in street, left Saturday night for Wetter- l'hihidelphia. ly. w nere in win th iur tun La ton Witt, a 1915 graduate of God-' before returning to her home in New dard aeminary, who reaently aigned with .York Tity. th. lhil.H..1nhia club in the American , league, is to return to tha aerainary thia j week to take up a Mr. Witt haa abandoned hia plan 01 en- i terimr Howdoin colWe and will remain a Mt gradual couraa. !""' .ielirn 1 WE OBSERVE at tkxldard until March, when Connia COLUMBUS DAY Mack'a team go. aouth for the epnng t a a w r i n i n a Ann . Vlxitora in th city veaterdav and to day included tha following: William M. Adrian of Quincy. Maaa, who i regia tered at Htel fUrra while making a tav of wverat day a in th Harre granita belt; Rev. (ieorge F. Fortier of ht. Al bana. field aecrrUry of th fniveraaliit churche In Vermont and Quebec, R. II. Terry of Waterbury, W. A. Ward and Fred Fummera of M. Johnaburr, C. W. l!ron of Windaor, MUa tiertru.1 Roy of M. Johnabury, II. A. loudon and J. K. Ioudon of Iwrtmoiith college, who Viait H their brr-thera at rdilard aeminaryi I M.ifJ R.i.tnn nf W"lnHOT Mill IVrll a Ianier of (lianiplain, X. Y Mr. and Mra. Howard Mrong of North A lama, Maaa, (1arene Fdgerton of Faa. .lunc-j tion, and R. A. Hura ff Hcllowa Falla. At th aurtiim a)e Saturdar of r-l iatered HoUtcina for W. (). !' at a-i terbury quite a bun'h of Holt'ia tnea ! got tetlir from different parta of tbei atate. t'owa Hd fron ZiA down to 1IJ i' m II re r ol l thre teated row. T.nr.ifIJi at.U for I'll? A), vearluif hetfrra aold for I1P2.V) and f."''; two yearling beifra i1 1 to one wan for ll7A eachj beifer ealvca from ITS t ! CLOSED ALL DAY TO-MORROW Do your shopping to-night. Open until 9 o'clock. "Green Mountain nrand" j Sausage, per Id loc Finnan Iladdies per lb.. .12c Thick Salt Tork, per lb.. .He Hamburg Steak, per lb. .. 15c ! Ilaron. whole Mrip. lb. ..20c Smoked Pork Cheek. !b..l$c Pure Iird, fmall paiK per lb 12c "Rear Brand" Peaches, 3 cans for 50c (25c value) Pride of Warne Canned Peav per doen 95c Gordon Eroalie, who haa been visiting at the borne of Mrs. William Emalie of Maple avenue for a few day, returned yesterday to hia home in Iloaton. See Abbott's large Una of separata coat. Adv. Sea the new 60c book at Martin's Book Ptor. Adv. Monday Automobile Bargains 1 Overland Six, as good as new, to be sold at half price 1 1910 Cadillac in first-class shape, $350.00 1 1912 Buick with detachable truck body 1 Maxwell Roadster. Save money by taking a demonstration in these cars before buying. Drown Motor Car Co. Jefferson Street H H 2 H a a There's a Suit Here for You We are pretty rare we have what you want in style, color and ize. Come in and look, anyhow; you might find something "diflerer.C than you had thought of that would be even more pkafir.g. Coats too and Dresses, Skirts and Waists a i at . a. .11 1 j t ft I'ii TK Kordk Rag An te iHike waa aoll to , wTft Com, 3 CBI B. I. I'-ruoe of t at-n i"T innera a . wbn ptnvU tnk wer Ir. aler-t f a Campneliaj SMipt, U KU1H 4 liurl.t,Ein, II. A. Iieajr f North-; a 3 fan, for 5c nelo, I. I r-ltinini ana imrira r-miur . ftf w'anrtn, A. T. Jwitii A f-m and ! Irown'i Quickfire ("hrfoal H. A. Maiton of rrre, lr. Wlntmr til . . . . . .ti. Mortal J. vviv nl iv. iur. Urget nre hag of high km. of v.terWy, Vr. PnttM f ( I -j. qnif k-burtiing Char 1 - 1 ... J .k 1 4 i s at a It JMk Vl. I Z w rl I rw-Tw. t " ." " v ' - - ' - v am m Al , . ..I r, .t. ! rranct natter. 2 !?. for 25c we.-k-e fah,.4 tV- f!w W : J CAKES ANO HREAD a. . . . .( . . .f f T . Mra. .1. I.. Wirt. n. n. i irn'T a , , ter. Mra. Nr , , . V a Kate ! ar- t Our Siher Quern lOe Cakea tv and H. H. ParjW 1 fl.tt.- I dtliOOQa. b.ir. V. V- If. d M'a. X. II. -rk a M-. w. o. Ti iw ''i rr Iw- ! Jerwev Cream Ilread.. .. ell. V-, Vr. ani Via. In' I . tnr ;v rn.-tKt'4 M L L h..:iwt rf.jnmM Tie -Top Itntler i ,4 i,n"vT. V. H- ?r. l Va. tr" ', tV. IjWv. Va 4 I'.. A- T ' r. liit,!lmi. Va, Vr. M V-a. ,l.r- j SAVE MONEY by buying your Andes Stoves and Ranjres, Stove Tipes. El bows, Dampers. Coal Hods and Sifters, Clothes and Mop Wringer. Waihirtr Machines and Boilers, Asbes-tos Sad Irons. Oil Heaters for sa!e or rent E. A. PRINDLE & CO. Theme 595-1 Ruzzell Block. Tearl Street, Ilarr, Vt. 21 -a K'lfataa .!nlrl. r. Q. v.. tvlf 3 H ' Mr. I- MiViM, M: flirt k VU V. t- ' I" f. VliM.(" 1', mni V. fo awr loaf 1 (V GwJ irofw! nd firire! a keep oa loJ. j SpeciaJ Eiire, from VWk t7lu t. 1 P.cf Sorar tm...Ml HERBERT C . G L E A S O N 13 -The Bar &orC" Montpeiicr. Vermont .Tiir,vaAT;.S: Sini!!l & C8 jS Cfl. The F. D. Ladd Company Monday Special MATCHES The material used in the manufacture f Matches ha advanced o rapidly that retail prices will hehishrrf-oon. 8 5c boles of OHIO MATCHES to-dar, net . . . 10 H . of Sweet Poiatoe for Native Grown Winter Onion, per pock ... L G. Brand Coffee. 1 H. fmhly prr.yr.d . A jrJ drinking Coffee. T1 Bums Blend Tea Kill k;:. xt H rl .. A prod tra 1e in a Ceylon ;.r. 1 E B. Tea. '.h 17 Hin. t f f.ne Granulatt-d Sucar for 25c . 25c . 3 5c . 25c . 19c . 5 5c . 25c $1.03 Cc'urbu? Day, Tuesday. OttoUr V. day. Open until 9 fcixk to-n;pht- v e cj je a!l