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THE BAHltE DAILY TIMES, lsAHHE, VI., JMUiNlJAV, uuxum.it u, ivio.
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BARRE DAILY TIMES
OUR ALL SEWING WEEK
BEGINNING. MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th
EVERY WOMAN IS INTERESTED
More sewing at home is the tendency of the year everywhere. To some it appeals as sen
sible economy, to others a pleasant and profitable pastime, and to still others as a delightfully
fascinating game of skill; but whatever the reason, women all over America are doing more
sewing th's year than ever before. Of particular interest therefore js Sewing Week at this store.
The New Fall and
Winter Dress
Goods
A wonderful display of the newest
shades and rich combinations-for fall
and winter wear.
36-inch AH Wool Serge, per yard. . . .50c
44-inch All Wool Serge, sponged and
shrunk, per yard , 75c
42-inch All Wool French Serge, per
yard, only ....85c
42-inch All Wool Ottoman, per yd., $1.00
36-inch Velvet Corduroy, per yd.. . 1.00
40-inch AH Wool Garfield Serge, per
yard $1.00
50-inch All WTool Gaberdine, per yd. 1.25
54-inch All Wool Royal Cord, yd.. . 1.50
Complete line of Broadcloths, Scotch
Mixtures, Scotch Plaids, Stripes, and
Novelties.
LvlstwiKt 4nr hmhini
Why Pay Such High
Prices
for Sewing Machines, when this
one will do your sewing satisfac
torily and is fully guaranteed t A
handsome, easy-running, drop-head
Machine, complete with all attach
ments. Biggest value on the mar
ket for the money. Buy it on our
EASY payment plan.
An Abundance of
The Newest
Silks
in the best shades and novelties for fall
and winter wear.
36-inch Satin Messaline, per yd... $1.00
24-inch Velveteen, very popular, yd. 1.00
36-inch Silk Crepe de Chine, yard. . 1.00
40-inch All Silk Poplin, only. . .... 1.25
40-inch Crepe de Chine, beautiful qual
ity, per yard $1.50
36-inch Chiffon Dress Taffeti, yd. 1.50
36-inch New Dress Failles, yd 1.50
40-inch Crepe Meteors and Charmeuse,
per yard .$2.00
Good showing of Novelty Silks, includ
ing Stripes, Plaids, etc., which are very
hard to get.
A $5.00 Dress Form
for $3.50
The Kollapso Korrect Fit
Dress Form ; sizes 34 to
40 bust. Can be adjust
ed to any skirt length and
goes into small space
when not in use. A great
value.
Large Showing of Wash Goods
suitable for fall and winter wear. Our Wash Goods
Department is one of the best in central Vermont. Only
a few items mentioned below:
27-inch Good Quality Outings, per yard 10c
27-inch Norfolk Dress Ginghams, per yard 122c
32-inch Juvenile Suiting, per yard 18c
32-inch Scotch Ginghams, per yard 25c
Also complete lines of French and imitation of French
Flannel Waistings, Serpentine Crepe, Kismet Cloth, Silk
Finish Poplins, New Cloth, Galatea, Scrims, Linens and
Novelties.
The Queen The
Most Perfect
Dress Form made. Ad
justs automatically. Its
lines are correct and can
be adjusted to any fi jure.
Priced at only.... $15.00
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Our store will close Tuesday, October 12, Columbus Day . '
e Homer Fitts Company
Ladies' Home Journal and Pictorial Review Patterns
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Sure Relief For
Cold Feet
IF you suffer with cold feet use a hi
It warms your feet and produ
hot-water bottle.
s drowsiness
(prevents sleeplessness) by drawing the blood to
the feet and away lrom the Drain.
Useful in many other ways.
Brings relief from Backache.
Eases pain of Toothache. Stops
Chills. Docs away with Cramps.
Keeps Baby's Food warm.
Benefits sore Muscles. Relieves
Digestive Pains. Helps Head
ache. Soothes Painful Eyes.
Limbers up Stiff Joints.
Get a good hot-water bottle
here. We have a large stock of
" Wcarevcr " the advertised
kind. All sizes, grades and
qualities at $1.50 up.
Cummings and Lewis,
Headquarters for Faultless "Wcarevcr" Rubber Goods, 54 North Main St.
AD L E R-RGCH I STE R CLOTH Z S
Youth Rules Because He Dresses the Role
and more dominant than ever is the note of youthfulness in this falls fash
ions. It is the expression of the optimistic times .
That is why the young man who comes into our ftore finds no more pleas
ing suit than
The Tivoli
A triHe extreme, perhaps but no man can jrainsay its perfect taste and
correct ftyle. The decided waistline of the coat is a delightful note and the
waistcoat is a distinctive treatment in itself.
In no ether class of clothes will you discover lines of youth f-o carefully
expressive of character and strength as in
Adler-Rochcster Towne Tos
Young; men's clothes de luxe from the hands of designers who know
what your.g mm w ant
THIS STORK CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY
The Frank McWhorter Co.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Ijrgf allowing of tailored tuitt at
Abbott a. Adv.
All aaaoriation lit ore will be rlosd all
day Tufaiay, Columlma day. Ad.
It WMther permit, til Salvation
Army will hold an nptn-air aorviee at
lower (ramtevilla Tu.lay evening
8:30 ft'rlork.
Jxk! Look! Look! Make no other
engagement for Nor. 4, but atart right
in now making plana to attend the
man) ue carnival dance to be given hy
the ladiea of the hnaintal aid for the
benefit of the Harre City hospital. Watch
for announcement! later.
A augarhoua and dancing pavilion lo
cated in Miepard a grove on the Montpe
liir road waa deotroyrd by fire at a late
hour Saturday night, the origin of the
Mar being unknown. People who aaw
the reflection from litanee thought
that a much more diaantrmi fire had
broken out. The actual kwc to the own
er it not larga.
Card of Thank I.
V wish to eipre our aincerr thank
to the friend who gave u o much of
lov and aympathy during the illna and
following the death of our little llrlene.
The neighborly net, of helpf u!nea, the
word of sympathy and the flower wero
all deeply appreciated.
Air. and Mr. ,1ob R. I'.allard
and family.
GRAXITEVILLE.
Regular meeting of branch No. It. Q.
W. 1. I", of X. A, will be held in the
grmnaiuni ball. upjf .rmtevill
Wednesday evening. rt. 13. at 7:S
oVbiek : important buniiM". eiei-tion (
L t". frrijent. There will V com
mittee fTewTt from the clerk" anion of
I Itarre. alo onr lrtrrnatnal union -;rv-tary,
. W. 8itir. AH member are
'reuet-d to be jwwrit. V. J. 1 iDB'gaa.
' eTetarj.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1915.
The Weather
Fair to-niht and Tuesday, with slow,
ly riHing teinpwature; moderate winda
becoming north. 'i ' '
TALK OF THE TOWN
Visit Abbott' bargain basement.
Adv. ' 5 . '
See the muslin' underwear values at
Abbott's. Adv. . f.
Mrs. W. M. Stewart of the Morse block
is somewhat improved in health.
All association store will be closed all
day Tuesday, Columbus day. Adv.
liorn to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hood of
the Montpelier road, Oct. 10, a son.
'Miss Jean Darling of .South Ryegiite
spent the week-end with friends in this
city.
There will be a rehearsal of clnn nun
strels to-niirbt in 'Clan Gordon hall at
7:30 o'clock. Adv.
Be sure to see Mary Ryan in, "Stop
Thief." at the Barre opera house Monday
and Tuesday nights only, Adv.
For correct styles at correct prices in
fall and winter millinery call at Nourse
& Wilson's, 163 North Main street.
Adv.
There will be a social at the Cobble
Hill grange hall on Trow hill Wednesday,
Oct. 13. Everybody conic and have a
good time. Carroll's orchestra. Adv.
Take Notice Fine, healthy broilers,
just right for broth; also yearling hens,
cockerels and ducks for breeders. Mrs.
Flora M. Sabin, Barre, Vt. 'Phone 223
M. Adv.
Vincitia club will have its first ladies'
night of the season Thursday evening.
There will be music, card and dancing,
with music by Carroll's orchestra, and a
collation will be served.
Mrs. Mary Dombrouskie is caring for)
tnc uomn cniioren on me i-.asi warre
road. One of the children who was very
ill with cholera infantum has recovered.
Mrs. Coffin is convalescing at the City
hospital. .
As several persons have questioned me
in regard to Eastman Bros, not signing J
the retail clerks' bill, I would sav for the
benefit of those few and also for the
public that Eastman Bros, signed our
bill in June, (.signed) W. If. Seager,
president of local 241. Adv.
J. E.. Francke of New York City, an
advance representative of "The Birth of
a Nation," which ia being shown in the
new Park theatre this week, left this
morning for $t. Johns, I. Q., where the
film is to be booked. Mr. Francke, who
has been srndmg a week in the city,
will bill th picture in Claremont, N. If.,
Brattlebor, Bellows Falls, Bennington
and Windsor before returning to New
York.
Word ias been received telling of the
marriMe of Helen Dombrouskie Fcorgie
to Jol)! Griffiths of Aberdeen, Scotland.
The remony took place Aug. 20. Mrs. j
Gruflths will be remembered in this city,
wliere she made her home until 10(14.
tier marriage to Hugh Scorgie took place
in this city and shortly after they re
moved to Aberdeen, where Mr. Scorgie
suffered fatal injuries in a fall. Mr.
Griffiths is a member of the Royal Naval
volunteers, being engaged as a marine
engineer.
A clipping from the Ocola (Xcb. Rec
ord of M. 7 give information of the
serious illness at Flatte, Neb., of W. A.
Sherwood, whose wife is a niece of Wil
liam M. Stewart of this city. Mr. Sher
wood' condition is due to an attempt
at self-destruction during a audden at
tack of dementia, the man using a razor
to slash his throat. At the time of print
ing the item in the Oscola paper Mr.
Sherwood wa reported to be renting
comfortably.
fMr, and Mr. George Marrlon of Mer
chant atreet, George W. (iorman and
Atlo Marriani of the Bijou theatre left
yesterday by automobile for Bonton to
witnena the third game of the world's;
series to-dav. Ther expect to return !
to Barre Wednesday. George Harria of
Graniteville. wllo visited friend In the
city yesterday, left lat night for Bos
ton to ee the doing at the Braves'
field and John Ball and John Smith also
left yesturday to attend the world' ae- i
n .
Among Saturday
Specials -
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is a piece of Yard-Wide Messaline Silk in
Black, of a weight and finish that retails for
$1.00 a yard. Yours on' Saturday for, per
yard . .. . . .'. 79c
And Children's Hair Ribbons of firm, stiff
Moire, in Blue, Pink, Red, Black and White,
regularly sold for more than, per yard. . . 19c
A complete line of Bedding for these cool
nights and the colder ones soon.
Five per cent, discount for cash
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OPENING
ANNOUNCEMENT
THE UNION DR Y GOODS CO.
beg io announce the opening of
their new department store in the
Currier Block, 191 North
Main Street, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14,
Wait for the opening of the
New Union Store
1915
THE UNION
DRY GOODS CO.
191 North Main Street
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Barre Opera House
ACSTI.V AND KELSON', LESSEES
r. E. AUSTIN. MGB.
Monday and Tuesday Nights
at 7 and 8.30 o'clock
George Kleine presents Mary Ryan
and Harry Mcstayer in the Cohan
and Harris farce
Stop Thief"
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By Carlyle Moore
Five Parts
Prices. 5c and 10c
Cold Weather Needs !
These are the days to get ready for winter
Come to us for your Window Glass, Putty,
Weather Strips, Storm Window Eyes and Fast
eners, Stove Pipe and Elbows, Stove Boards, Coal
Hods, Coal Shovels, Asbestos Stove Linings.
Quaker, Crawford and West Shore Bricks in
ftock.
C W. AVERILL & CO.
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BAfflE OPERA MOUSE
BARRE, VT., OCTOBER 15, 1915
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