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THE . BARMS . DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915.
5 Library : f "I I I "! 1,111 ' ; Furniture Will Add Much to Convenience and Comfort. A Specially Selected Stock Here or there in your, library, there is perhaps a corner or vacant space you've neglected to fill, for want of a suggestion here or there in this carefully chosen stock you'll surely find exactly what is needed and best suited for this purpose. Never has such a wealth of new ideas in library furniture been offered here before, and never has the artistic and comfortable been shown in such great variety. You'll be more than pleased with the fair prices, too in that direction we've made special effort. Food Fair Howland Hall, October 26 and 27 ' Be sure and visit our space at the Food Fair, which open3 in Howland Hall next Tuesday at 4 p. m. We shall be right there with a demonstration that every housekeeper, and those intending keeping house, will want to see. Our space is No. 5. SOUVENIRS FOR THE LADIES B. W. Hooker & Company Authorized Agent for the Famous Cadillac Desk Table Houghton & Robins Early June Peas 9c per can Riverside Corn 9c per can 19-ounce Jar Mustard .9c per jar Peerless Condensed Milk 9c per can Ritter's Catsup 9c per bottle Fresh Peanut Butter 2 lbs. for 25c 3 lbs. of Fresh Cookies for 25c 3 lbs. of Oyster Crackers for 25c 3 lbs. of Ginger Snaps for 25c 3 loaves of Bread for 25c Drake's Cakes, seven varieties 10c each MEAT DEPARTMENT Native Fowls 23c lb. Celery 18c bunch Fresh Lettuce 10c head Spinach Greens ....30c peck Oysters 35c, 45c quart Legs of Native Lamb. 23c lb. Lamb Chops ....25c, 30c. lb. Western Beef Roast.. 20c lb. Pork Roast, 17c lb. Native Chickens 28c lb. 238- FRESH AND SALT FISH Telephone 239 TFOSf Si M-W A FOOD FAIR October 26 and 27 Meet us there and hear Edison's won derful Talking Macrrne, which pro duces the TREE TONE of the artist?. GREATEST OF THEM ALL. Drown's Drug Store WOOD WOOD WOOD In the ever-increasing high prices of living:, there is one exception, and that is wood. The prices of wood have been reduced from 23 to 50 cents per load. We are selling Dry Wood at the following prices: Block Wood, per cord f 3.00 Chair Wood, per load 2.50 Hard and Soft Saw-Mill Slabs per load 1.73 ARTHUR S. MARTIN 4t r ark train, itut, vekot jj TALK OF THE TOWN See Abbott's barcain basement. Sett ttioio children's bathrobe at Ab bott's. ' Bee "When Cowboy Was King." at the Pavilion to-day. adv. Come to iUe 10 days' cash rebate sale at the Paris Shirtwaist House. The tourist club will meet with Irfrs. Anker Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. At the food fair in Howland hall, the ladies will serve a luncheon of fruit sal ad, sandwiches, cake, tea, and coffee. A cow owned by L, E. Grant of the east hill yesterday gave birth to twin calves. Both 'are strong and of average size. During the absence of the mayor, Al derman Edwin Keast, president of the aldermanio board, is acting mayor of the city. The L. A., A. O. H., will hold a public dance in K. of C. hall Wednesday, Oct. 27. Carroll's orchestra. Admission, aocj la dies,; free. Mrs. G. C. Jarvis has returned to Bur- lintrton, after passim? a few days in the home of her son, Dr. D. C. Jarvis, of Orange street. . , The new Jeffrey Four has arrived and we will be pleased to give anyone who is interested a demonstration. Tel. 232-W or 243-11. Vermont Trucking & bales Company, agents, Barre. A meeting of the Barre Rangers foot ball club will be held in the club pavil ion Saturday evening, Oct. 23, at 7 o'clock. The presence of every member of the banquet committee is desired. Miss Katherine Mathieson of Aycrs street, librarian at the Aldrich Public library,1 has returned from Burlington, where she attended the annual meeting of the Vermont Librarians' association. "Ladies' ' night," the first of a series of open house evenings which the Vin citia club is to observe during the fall and winter months, will be next Tues day evening. There will be music, cards and dancing and a buffet luncheon will be served. Alexander Ironside of Ayers street, secretary of the state branch of the A. F. of L.. returned yesterday trom Sprinefield, where he delievered an d dress Thursday evening at the annual convention of the ermont fcqual but frage association. Persons' Hardwick stage will continue to make daily trips as long as the going and weather will permit. 1-eaves Hus zell's hotel at 8 a. m., Pavilion hotel in Mnntpelier at 8:30. Leavea Hardwick at 2:30 p. m. can carry trunks. Fare $1.75 one, way or $3 round trip. Tel 484-2. Eighteen members of the Clover club held the first meeting of the year at ho tel Barre last evening. Mrs, M. L. Town was elected president for the coming year. The guest of honor was Mrs. H. O. Worthen, who leaves next week for Cali fornia to spend the winter with her daughter, Miss Grace Worthen, A newly organized quartet, which has been rehearsing under the direction of Prof. W. A. Wheaton for the past two weeks, will sing at the services in the Cnlversalist church Sunday morning. The quartet consists of Mr. Grace Wood Cutler, Mis Belle Cant ley, George F. Mackay and Louis H. Baine of Jlont- pelier. Special on all repairing: Watches cleaned 75c, mainsprings 75c, jewel 75c j eight-day clock cleaned 75c. All jew elry repaired at low rate. Free, all pin tern; all jewelry cleaned and polinhed like new free. Work called for and de livered anywhere in city. Look up your work now. Thi special rloe Saturday night. C. B. Croft, jeweler, Morse block. Adv. . These are the name of the Barre mer chants who will have exhibit at the food fair: C. W. Averill Co, A. W. Badger t Co, Drown' Iriig Store, Directing Im porting Co, CJranite City General Store, Ii. W. Hooker & Co, F. D. Ladd Co, New I.ngland Fruit Store, X. D. J'helpa 1, People's Heating, Lighting A Power Co, Reynold & Son, Bed Cro Pharmacy, Smith k Cuminjrs Co. adv. Mike Ooughlin, who has unseated strata after strata of granite on Mill atone hill in dy gone by, is in charge of blanting operations which were got ten under wy on the Merchant street eitenmon thi morning, wben a gang of laborer aupervined by Supt. J. S. Wilson of the treet department began the work of blasting through 70 feet of ledge for the new ewer and water line that i calculated to put an end to the petition which peopl in that vicinity hare bwn pouring into the city council year after year. Merchant street folk are going to have aome of the utilities that are provided for other retident of the city whose tax bill are no UrpT than their. But to bring about this cnnoummatioii, the city council will have in finance a considerable blanting pro-1 jrt- A Tomal put a privata spring j I water line through the same aection few year r without blasting, but the grade whirh follows tbe water line was too precipitous for swwer exten sion and the blading i nocenary. The extennina will be completed in a few weke. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Cominsr and Going! t t Some of the best trades we have ever owned are going from our bargain, basement. Some of the best values that we have ever seea was bought by t us this week in New York. We are adding new values to every depart- ment. Our bargain basement just now is getting more than its share of these : new values. If you are a careful buyer; if you buy for family use you can- not afford to miss the saving from this bargain basement. . Let's Take a Peek at Our Bargain Basement One Lot of Kid Gloves in misses' sizes, 87c grade, this lot, 49c per , pair. Plain Colored Ribbons, 4!i inches wide, at 10c. Plain Colors in Yard-Wide Shantung Silks for evening and ball dressea. These would be cheap at 60c. Base ment price, 39c per yard. Yard-Wide Black Silk Messaline Basement price, 69c per yard. All of Our ta-oo and $3.50 Heavy Cloakings in basement at $2.00 per yard. One Tan Cloaking, a $1.25 cloth, this piece 54 inches wide, at 75c Per yard. One Lot of Percales in 10c and 12!ac grades. These at gc per yard. One Lot of 3-Inch Renfrew Ging hams, 15c Gingham. Basement price, 9c P1" J'Br1, Three Patterns In t8c 30-inch Plissie in basement at 12'jC P 'arii 1 6c Best Moleskins in basement at 12'Zc ,eT yrd- Hamilton Serges in Short Lengths These come in Navy, Blue, Ureen, Plum, Brown and Red; 50c grade, 35c 7Se ffde 49c: S1-00 ga1 g9c. These in our basement. .., Bargain Basement One Lot of Plaids in imitations of wool at 9c per yard. Neat, pretty Plaids. One Table Odd Sweaters at half price. One Lot Children' Hats, half price. One Lot Odd Corsets, Half Price. One Lot of New 50c Ladies' Handbags as a leader in basement at 39c, One Lot of Ladies' $1.00 Bags, all new, in basement at 79c ') One Lot of Gents' $1.00 Night Robes made of Fruit of the Loom Cotton, with collars and without, at 79c each. ' Ladies' Outing Night Robes, made of 10c Outing with double shoulders, a good 75c Kobe, in basement at , 49c each. Children's Muslin Drawers made of good cotton, lace and hamburg trimmed, at 9c per pair. Misses' Drawers, full sine, large enough for girls of 12 and 14 years. These at 15c per Pir. 2 Pairg 1or '25c Ladies' Plain Tucked Drawers at 19c per pair. Children's Night Robes, 2 to 8 years old, 25c. Ladies' Robes, 25c, 39c "nd 49c all basement bargain specials. Ladies' Tailored Suits The Tailored Suit season is now at its best. Never was there a season when there seemed to be such a demand for Suita as this season. The styles are not so extreme as some seasons. They are more on lines that are good for more than one season. We Have a. Special at $12,00 tliat is very good for the price. The goods are in a quality that wilt give the service and keep the ahapc. " Cloths are Poplins and Serges. As a Special, we are putting out a fine All-Wool Panama Suit that is made, in a variety of the sea eon's best style models and in all colors. The price is $18.00. In the better grades, we can show you a large assortment of indi vidual models that are above the ' average in style and quality. We have some Velvet Suit models that are of the season's best style and value. Ladies' House Dresses We have just received a large invoice of Ladies' Per cale and Gingham House Dresses that are entirely new in design. These are the "Good Service" make of. Dresses, and the quality is the best, while the price is very low. At $1.00 we are showing one of the best House Dress values we ever were ablo to put out. These ' aro made in the best of style, and the models are made on linea that are right, and fit like our more ex pensive Dresses. At $1.25 re nurno"d of different models that are made from the best quality fast-colored Ging hams in the Checks and Plain Colors. At $1.00 we are showing a large line of Children's Gingham School Dresses. These have been very popular this season. The styles are very good, and they are made in Cno shape and from the best quality fast colored Percales and Ginghams. ! The torrsiOHtt Latest Styles of Millinery Some changes in styles since the season opened. All of these changes are shown in our millinery depart- ment. Velvets are very, very strung Miuca die nut only very pretty but becoming to almost every one. t Assortments are the largest now of the season. Quality : far above the price. Two trimmers with years of ex- perience to look after your wants to see that you t have just what you want and nothing else. t Daylight Store TALK OFTIIE TOWN See Abbott'a line of bouse dresses. Yes, we are still selling thone large prime sto k oysters at 4ic a quart. by psv more? r.aMman uros. Prof. Ceorge i.lmnre a juvenile rias in lancinir will meet in HowLiud hall Mon day afternoon, (Vt. 25, at 4 o'clock. Hv. George A. Burrill, who has been pending a few days with friends in the city, returned latt night to his borne in Bottton. At MihV hall in Grsniteville la.-t evening a large number of Burrs and llarre Town ple aembled at a re ception given in honor of Mr. and Airs. (ieor(?e I). Wooloey, who were married n this city 10 davs ago. The hall was attractively decorated for the home coming of the bride and groom and no xms were upared in making the oera. ion aa enlovaMe one. a t.raniteviua orchestra played for dancing aad at in termission r'frhmrnta were served. TALK OF THE TOWN An item which appeared in Thursday's iMie relating to the ofhecra Installed at the Woman's Benefit Association of the Maocabee. should have the following cor rection made; Mrs. Nsnry Avery, senti nel; Mrs. Delia Jolom, picket. Tretentious plans for the annual joint fair of Clan Gordon No. 12. O. S. C, and the ladies' auxiliary, which is to open in Howland hall on the evening of Thurs day, Oct. 2. are practically completed. Manv new and unique features are to be part of the clan's three-night fair this year. Kehearals are being held regulaVlv for the minstrel show that is to be the attraction on the opening night. There is to be a program of dsne ing each evening and as ass been the custom in the pa.t there will be tx,tbs for the sale of refreshments and Tarious .... ..1.,. a .in roitimitt choen from the two orssnitstions has charge of the arrangements. 1 Quality and Low Prices h made this market the hopping headquarters of the wi.e houwkeepcr. She ha learned that upon every occa- TALK OF THE TOWN There will be an exhibition in connec tion with the food fair given by the Barre Woman'e club (Vt. 21 and 27. All the ladiee of Barre, whether club mem bers or not, are invited to bring needle work, tatting and crochet, also any canned fruit or vegetables, prewrvea, jel lies, pickles, ftp. Articlea may be ent to Howland hall Tuesday forenoon, Oct. 26. For anv further information 'phone Mrs. E. A. Drown. Edwin C. Xevina of Philadelphia, Ta., who eame to attend the funeral of Mrs. Warcia B. Emory of Washington street, which was held yeterdsv a!ter noon, is remaining in the city for a few day' Uit with friends. Mr. Emory's brother, Jacob Burton, of Grand View, Mo., who received tidings of the accident which led tt his siter's death as be was leaving Wcodivillc. .. 11., on his return trip to Iiiouri, baa been in rather feeble health for a fw days and wilt make a more extended stsy in Barre. TALK OF THE TOWN Ordera taken for piano tuning and re pairing at Bailey's Music Rooms, Barre, Vt. 'Phone 22-W. A. L. Goodrich, tuner. A. R. Campbell, the sewing machlno repairer, is in town; repairs all makes. Thirty-five years in the buines. Orders left at Homer Pitta Co. store. adv. Ceorge H. Cook, son of Mr. and Mm. .f. H. took of South Main street, are! Iteniamin Havward are members of a civil engineering expedition thst is en gaged in laying out a new automobile road to the summit 01 Mount wanp.-aui. Th work is beine dn by tha stat" under the direction of D. Williams, a well known St. Jhnsbury engirer. Mer. Cook and Hsyward joined the crew -rly in the week and will remaii. until the last length of highway tsked. It i enpertea that the work will continue until late In Sovemher and poiblv into Dumber. At pretrnt tje engineera are camping In Jeflersonville, trom which point they drie teward the mountain every dsy. Killarney Rose Coffee this week 25c per pound Granite Cily General Slorc : ! h, it -. I FA 3."C 5 A PUASUKE ro us. To sorve to business av ahMi 4. li mi 1 , , , , ..v. m&ror I fionmeriMwenKneuaim Touch op meats the market af W A5SHHtJS.l . ... .-;tA unnn in an accommodating manner. It's upon auch a bai that vre so licit your Lupine. that's what make this the buy tor. SWEET APPLES and QUINCES Good Eating Apples per peck CONCORD GRArES ret cf the cacn Sweet Potatoes, 12 It, for FRESH-MADE TEANUT BUTTER ecry hour De?t Dairy Rtter, per It Try our O'eomarrarine ; it' cheaper than butter Nice lot of Spring Chickena and Fowls SALE on Western Rib Ka4 Hf for SATURDAY Native V.g fork. Frnr Lambs and Veal Large nd FnuH Oyatera. .rr r'-t 5HELL CLAM 5 and LOD5TERS Lake Ei'h and Silt Water H'h 31f Saturday Values at Ladd's 25c 35c 20c si x to Z'y rir.r.an HH, 12c rreh Ltttoc, New Vrv''pK I"ren Fpinach. CartaJocpe Gripe Eru t. 4 fcr I ! 2 baskets of Concoid Grapes ne; !rice Don't miss this char.ee to fret tome Sweet Grapes. 6 lbs. of best Pop Corn for 25c Native Onions; buy now; pr r psck S0c Vow Pnmh Uniipv in cartons, each 23c V "V- V ss.v-"--y - v Pie Apple., per pick Eating Apples and a few barrels Sweet Apple per peck Good size Grape Fruit, 3 for Another lot cf Five-Year-old Chc-cse, Jr H. .. New Cream Chec.-e, fcr lb n.VKEHV DEPARTMENT Hnn't fnrrct to irv our Quality Slice Cake? difTcrtnt vaneties each cake wrapped in waxed pa per and put in box G varieties, they are line, only 10c. Cream Spor.ge Cake, a bijr value at 10c Three leaves of Cream Prcad for 25c Full line cf Pastry vat 5 n'h c'can' snJ ha5 real value. FISH DEPARTMENT Full line cf the beit Fish the market affords. live and D'.ned Ix.ters. Urpe Shell Clarr for fteam irr. Oysters freh crcry day. Fnh IK-re Rad;h in I- tt'.c and bulk. All sizes in Stone Jars. The F. D. Ladd Company ! 1 The Smilh&CtimingsCo. l-U C:ait St. J V