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THE , BAIIUE DAILY TIMES; BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1915.
O We 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. Whattall'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 25c B. T. Babbitt's or World's Soap . . . . 6 for 25c Proctor & Gamble's or Fels Naptha Soap 10 for 45c 6 packages of 1776............... ..... 25c 4-Ib. 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. . .25c Ammonia or Blueing 3 for 25c Sal Soda 10 lbs. for 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 ev'ry 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 shop; but soon his feet began to fuss and Jones began to hop. The many lasts the many shapes, no foot can stand 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: "lheyve made my 'walkers' glad, where once I dealt in groans." Yoi arc ery apt t atkk t RtUteni after the 6rt pair. RALSTONS For Slyle and Comfort. They LOOK catrell as ibey FnX$f to $3 Li," ' -Ai3M The Peoples Shoe Store, C, S. ANDREWS, Prop. Bar re. Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN Extra TaluM in wool mits In Abbott' basement. Adv. Jnmeg Markio of Rummer street was a business visitor in Burlington yelerday. Charlie Chaplin in ona of hi latent ucceuea, "The -Bunk," at Pavilion to day. Adv. Horn, at City hospital yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs. Jaoi Cumtnlngs, a son, weighing 10 pounds. A regular meeting of St. John's court, No. will be hold on Thursday even ing, Oct. 14, at 7:30 o'clock. Scotch step dancing class to commence goon. For particulars, see R. J. Stewart, room 72. Miles block. Adv. Miss Lua Itiggs returned to Williams town yesterday, after passing a few days at hor home on Hillside avenue. C. O. Jones hag returned to Barre and resumed his duties as a clerk at the Bur, eell hotel, after spending several weeks in Boston and vicinity. Willis G. Scott, who is taking a brief; vacation from his duties in the Depot! square barber shop, hag gone to hg for nier home in Brandon for a visit with relatives. , Regular meeting of lumpers, boxers and derrickmen's union Tuesday evening at 7:30. Election of international presi dent. Let everv member attend. Corre sponding secretary. Thomas Ciallajjlier of New ork vity arrived in the city this morning, having been called here by the death of hit brother, John Gallagher, which, occurred early Monday morning. John Gordon returned to his studies at Dartmouth college. Hanover, -N. II., yes terday, after spending the week-end with Jiis parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gor don of Richardson street. District Ko. 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. O. O. J. hall. Mr. and MSrs, Alexander Bissett of j North Main street went to Waterbury this morning for a visit with friends, Among other Barre people who passed the holiday in Waterbury were Charles Colombo and Frank Cooper. L. M. Pease of Sheridan street is tak ing a two weeks' Vacation from his duties as manager of the People's Lighting, Heating & Power Co. and with Mrs. Pease and their little daughter he has gone to his former home in Englewood, N. J., for a visit with relatives. James Johnston of the Johnston & Gamble Livery Co. left to-day for a visit of a few days in Braintree and Springfield, Magg, On his return to Barre he will be accompanied by Mrs. Johnston, who has been making a more extended stay in the Bay state. J. G. Addy, who hag been absent from the city on a month s vacation, returned to Barre yesterday and resumed his du ties as operator at the local Western l Union office. Mr. Addy intends shortly to move his household goods to this city. Williami G. Carey, who has been ui charge of the Barre office during the absence of the regular operator, has re sumed his duties in the Montpelier West ern I'nion office. At the home of Mrs. A. J. Stewart on upper Park street last evening Miss Chrity M Kcnr.ie was the guest of honor at a surprise party, a large number of her friends having gathered without any previous inkling of what was to follow baving been conveyed to Miss McKenr.ie. Among the delightful features of a most enjoyable affair .was the presentation of a Wallace Nutting picture and a s't uf silver teaspoons, Mrs. L. M. Wood con veying the gifts for the company in a neat little jee. Painty refreshments brought the party to a close. The gath ering of Mis McKrnzie'a friends cele brated her approaching marriage. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Values in Our Bargain Basement j In the opening of our Bargain Basement last Saturday we were able to add 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- pdrtment only spoke too plainly1 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. TRY OUR BREAD Also our Pies, Cakes and Pastry Duller Rolls every day Western Bee! Native Veal 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 Closed all day Tuesday Granite City General Store MS Crasit St TtJrpboM 151 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 Serge3 and Poplins. These 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 lina 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 Tlush Coats, we are showing a large variety of individual models, in the season's best values. t x x X x See Coats. our special values in Ladies' Fur '' I ' VTA '. ffWl 7? , " 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.. Ve have also a large display of hat shapes and can make you up anything that you may want at prices that are right. ' Come in and see this display of the season's best and newest shapes. The Daylight Store x TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN See the new 50c book at Martin' See Abbott' large line of eparate Book Store Adv. coat. Adr. Mrs. llanraret Urown of Grant avenue Francis Gradv of Merchant atreet J and her two daujfhUr, Mr. William D.j taking a two week' vaaetion from hit Parry and Mii Jeannto Hrown, are pa- j duties in the Marrion Cigar atore on ing a few day in Kicimiona a i . i)rpot equare. , guwta of Kev. ana Mr, v tmrnes "-; Mr. H. A. Vesper of St. Alban waa a John Kingston, who lias !-n iiuhk j rai0T j the city vesterdar and to-day Mr. O. X. Canton and -Mr, tuarl.- . , Kail River. Maas.. i 11.!. -.A.. ...... tft.tA .iin - i . ....... ... ... r,miiie in una nvj, muinru .... ... injr to New York, where he U a member of the metropolitan pi'life force. Mr. Kington learned the granite cutter' ; for an extended viait with friend. Apartment in th tenement bouae lBMOn learned me granue cimnr ; - j trade in Itarra aad wan etnplovrd here nugion eireei oy 11. . anriuffn rc for ome time before poind toVew York pied br Mr. and Mr. Neil U. Ralph, three year ro. He i a native of . Mr. and Mr. Harold Knni and Mr. and Northfk'ld. Jn,,M thincan. All the men of the Ileddlnjr ehureh are requested to meft t the church Weilne day eveninff to plan for mpn aunner. i expend that Dr. JSailoy will tell of COLUMBUS DAY eotitinent bv automobile. g of thi wek at 7:30 aharp " , the fllinr of ticket for the HI JCU!? TV I er. to t held Oct. 2'. when it UlJaCli I ! CLOSED ALL DAY I George C. Stewart wa the winner of I Tn.AtnT?T?f.V I the weekly tournament it the Meadow JIUUUUII Brook JoIf club's courae on Trmjk itreet, 1 . , , I .. . . i. S TV vmir Khnnmnc lrt-niiht we nijrue tdkik smiiB o nun i, " - " " .-...rr...m w narrow margin of a half wint over the ; (Wn until 9 o'clock. "a f-. a et-l. - .. ' J Green Mountain Hrand" . J Sausaget pr lb 15c Tinnan Haddics per IT)... 12c J Thick Salt Pork, per lb.. .He j Hamburg Steak, per lb. . .15c liacon, whole strip, lb. ..20c lc eeond wan, R. J. Stert. The prie rompetition in which the president and vice prefident of the club participated reti!ted a follow: Semi finals, J. !lk defeated A. Miller. 2 up and 1 to playi I). F. MI,eod detested . C. Stewart, 4 up and 3 to r'sv. In the finals, J. 1'1V defeaitu 1. V. Mcleod, up and 4 to play. This competition finished the sea son's matches and the members of the club will now pi-t together and woik em tTni,rnvTiirit a iilttBl)!! Iiir th pours,. ti The west lull Sunshine cl.ibnvtTl.ur. J ! Smoked Pork Chffks lb I": TT'Ll.A rure Urd, mall paiK per n a a :: ti THIS IS AN EXCELLENT PLACE TO MATCH-UP TRIMMINGS We doubt if you could find a better selection in most stores twice or three times its size. Those distinctive touches that "make" a costume are what you find here; the unusual in Trimmings, Fancy SiJks and Brocades. Novelty Buttons, etc tbeie brine rretMtit 17 trwrnbrr, five yioitors and five children. The i:tors were Mr. lectteo. Mi Kimmi and Misa Iamcj Ii.-eol.su aed Mr. St. Sohm of Itamstnwn and Mrs. I'oly .f west . .11 The followmu protrrsm s ia rhsrpe nt Mrs, lm lH and Mr, tlisib-s HUneh- ard: hnrg. '"Old K'-iks at Home, resdine. Knth M. Wood; r-!tt hb Miiks Je-ot'su; ncal solo, Mr Ird; re. !stKn. Mrs. Alrtai M. Srnrt Tttiit.r, Mrs. !! - it-it J. CoSivj re.ta lb 12c -lar Hrand" Peaches, 3 cans for 50c (25c value) ! Pride of Wasne Canned rift?; ' , M. I Pca. per dozen 95c Prevent Sickness by using PROPER DISINFECTANTS WE HAVE THEM Drown's Drug Store SAVE MONEY by buying your Andes Stoves and Ranges, Stove Pipes, El bows, Dampers, Coal Hods and Sifters, Clothes and Mop Wringers, Washing Machines and Boilers, Asbestos Sad Irons. Oil Heaters for sale or rent. E. A. PIUNDLE & CO. Thone 595-1 Huzzell Block, Pearl Street, Barre, Vt. I tmii, Vim l"r Jle.-Me.u; re.;.(f, V.r s - a f.dssrd A. VTx; mg. "4ni4 i II l cans l or ......... lK At t' 1ne Mr. 74. TVw I j r'l.t I I with a few f tt'f.ff rnisris, lf of tb luh. presetted Mrs. tlsft1 Sweet Com. 3 rang 23c! ! Camphcirs Sotips all kinds at 3 cans for .2 Brown's Quirkfire Charcoal Ijirpet tire hag of high' With a Nip of Winter in the Air you are probably giving- a Coat or Suit serious thought That our styles ana value? are right has been proven by the lively Felling Have we shown you yet; why not look to-day? Was )ar4 a hs4nie st tiW l,in. t ... . I u m-t f vaM.fui wste t-s. J grade, qaick-bornmg tnar-s frr Mrs. U-In m .t if I 2 Ug bag for 2Sf ! fwi4 n n ! i i-s..f.r wisrnr. ! Peantit Butter, 2 !?. for 25c ! !er skull f ee.l - rtess, X.mi .TifcT .... ton,... m i pprm were t.. 71 wt wet .c J ::i h with Mrs l". '"t lHf. , CAKES AND BREAI1 i nmn sal M- I ! a W. r.B.r.t Oar filter Qoren lfc CaVea L. ; are cf JnrHi. i f m rj T"We r rm'-fi T t f ett . te t""eT t "inn Utm Imtti rm ihe pa! icvv days. 2 'er"r", U"W ' :" w ?4' f , t f 3 oae ffr 2 IKHf Tip Tcp Baiter flrrsd. ptr lm( 1 HERBERT C. G LEAS ON 1 ST 1 "llc IL'fr Store" MonfpclicT, Vermont. 1 4w 'iss Jh"4 t't enh"t V. Jt-mmt It s-r ,. . . T.iii- r V 1 lftf j Gfd rn and lorn prire j Vrtp u tor. peil Monday Fun'rr. j frt'Tn YVwk ii?tl 9, 1 ISmi'h &, Gudngs Cd.S GOOD VALUES Hams and Shoulders have advanced, but we have f-ome bought before the higher prices. Hegular Western Shoulder, jer lb. (whole) .... 13c Honed Shoulders, S to 10 lbs. each, per lb 12c Western Whole Ham?, this lot, per lb 17c 10 lbs. of Sweet Potatoes for 25c Peanut Putter in .VIb. cans Dixie Fancv Pta- nut Butter, 5-lb. cans, each f0c Peanut Butter in bulk, 2 lbs. for 1 2 V Hectption Brand Blend Cc4Tee, per ! 3.V Ia Touraine, the distinctive CVrTce. fcr lb. 3.c Lad T Special Bknd, per lb 30c Morning Glory Brand OfTee. ier lb 2"c A gccd drinling CofTee. per lb. 13c Ak for a sarr.ple c.-f cur Bulk Tea. Bldgway Tea ccj?t more, b-ut the quality Is unsur pa5w4 Try tbem. jjThe F. D. Ladd Company j J - .- . - i. iJn''M' 3 tw VJ th.tt9.m ,