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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1913.
6 I LINOLEUMS are going up, but our prices remain the same! Burlap the foundation of linoleum is advancing steadily in price, and higher prices for material com pel higher prices for the manufactured product. De spite this fact, we have-not advanced our retail val uations, but after our present stock is gone we .shall have to, because our next purchase will entail heav ier cost. Crackless, chipless. , No joints to collect dirt. Noise less, elastic. - Easily cleaned with water and soap. Enduring. The inlaid and tile effects we show and the colorings are most attractive. If you delay that intended purchase you'll certainly have to pay a full third more. ' Printed Linoleums, 55c and 65c per square yard. A very special for a few days in a dozen or more pat terns at 45c per square yard. Latest Styles in Buffets We have a particularly hand some collection of Buffets this season. The manufacturers have certainly turned out some beau tiful productions. The very "cream" of the new styles are here ready for your inspection. All priced as low as good store keeping will allow. B. W. Hooker & Company JG3 UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMER8 HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE DAT OR NIGHT 'PHONE 17-11 PARK THEATRE To-day and To-morrow Metro releases TheShootingof DanRflcGrev featuring Edmund Breese An en- chanting 5 act picture play ALSO OTHER FEATURES Matinee, 2:15 Evening, 7 and 8:30 Hear the Park Orchestra Admission 5c and 10c Houghton & Robins 4 packages of Corn Hakes for 25c 3 packages of Tost Toasties for 2c Shredded Wheat, per package, 12c; 6 packages for 66c Cream of Wheat, per package 14c Malt Breakfast Food, per package lie 2 packages of Grape Nuts for 25c Gold Medal Iluck wheat Hour, per package 10c 3 Grapefruit for 25c New Soft Shell Walnuts Get our prices on FLOL'It MEATS AND FISH 23S Telephone -239 Engraved Christmas Cards It's not too early lobe thinking about Christ mas ifts. Manv people ot refinement arc tifin engraved Christmas cards and wc are agents for one of the bet old established cnravin houses in the country. Wc ihall be lsd to J-how samples and quote prices. We can usrsntcc you fine work on the best cards. Wc aUo take orders for Engraved Calling Gird and the prices are low con t)derir2 quality of work. Drown's Drugstore 4i North Ms;n i. TALK OF THE TOWN Jlurgain basement at Abbott'. Kail ami winter caps, in a large va riety, are being shown by tlio McWhorter Co. Order your stove repairs for all kind of stoves at E, A.- Priiidle & Co.'s, l'carl street. adv. A large delegation of Maccabeus from Harmon hivo of this city hro attend ing the meeting of the- Women's Bene fit association at tho capital. bamuol K. Jmanclmril of Albany, I. who baa been making a several days' visit with relatives and friends in the city, left last night for hia home. Come, shako the kinks out of your bones at the mosque carnival. "If you would stay young, dance." Carnival fa vors and refreshments will be on sale. adv. Anyone wishing Information about the better babies' contest, held under the auspices of the Barre Woman's club, may inquire of Mrs. George ikiml, Mrs. An tonio Rossi or Mrs. M. L. Chandler. David Barber of New York City, who has been visiting relatives m the city for the past two weeks, left Inst night tor nis home, where he will return to his work in a large shoe factory, C. L. Bugbee, the Keith avenue con tractor, is getting ready to erect a' ten emcnt dwelling house on Elm street. The building will be a story and one half high with, wall dimensions of 2i and 30 feet. Miss Alice C, Love, who has been spending several days in the city on a combined business and pleasure trip, also visiting- friends in Graniteville for a short time, left yesterday afternoon tor Montreal, where she .will make a brief stay before returning to her home in Detroit, Mich. Neil Balph of Wellington street, who has been unable to attend to bis duties at the Montpelicr and Wells River freight office during tho past month on account of illness, resumed his du ties tnere yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Kalpli have been visiting in Brookfteld during tne past week. Willis (J. fccott, who has been taking an enforced vacation from his dutu as a barber in the Ross barber shop on Depot square on account of illness, re Rumeu ins duties tnere tins morning. ired VaIiquette of bpringlielil, Mass, has been filling the place during th absence of Mr. Scott. Mrs, O. J. LaDame and daughter, Ce cil, and Miss Anna Ooddette of Bur Ungton, are the guests of Mrs. P, Marrion of Summer street, while they are attending a convention of the Mac cabees this week that is being held in Montpelier. Mrs. Anna uilmore. also of Burlington, who is attending the con vention, is stopping with friends m the The 1915 season for honey making has been one of the best in a good many yers according to the report of H. Scott of 19 Richardson street, who con ducts the apiary between this city and Montpelier. Mr. Scott estimates that from the 40 swarms of bees he has taken in the vicinity of 3.000 pounds of honey. This would average about 75 pounds to the hive; but in some rascg one swarm has made over 100 pounds. It is rather remarkable that in spite of the cool sum mer they have gathered such a large crop. Not only is the quantity great but the quality of this year's honey is excellent. , . A touring car carving1 the registry number L0.S08 and owned and driven by James Govt ran into the resr end of a delivery truck operated r the X P. I'helps Co. Monday afternoon. A load of pipes, the ends of which protruded through tli rear end of the truck for few feet, prevented the two machines rom eoming in direct contact with each otnerj but tne presence of the piping in the heavier car wrought havoc with the touring machine. The radiator was jammed back under the hood of the en- ine and for present practicsl purpose the car is out of commission. o one was injured as both cars were proceed- ;.. - i -a j nig aiuwiy i tne lime. Itow many of you, readers of the Barre Daily Times, have ever been within "the sarred precincts" of Goddard seminary? Of those of you who hare, how many would like to go again to a jollification there? Of those who have not, bow many would like the opportunity to do so? For all those desiring uch an op portunity there will be no time IwtteH than Tuesday evening, Nov. 0, for thn the girls of Goddard seminary are plan ning to have a erven -rent fair, for which they have all been working for several weeks. The admission will tie seven rents only, and not even that in all cases, for every seventh person will be admitted free. This is all we are going to tell you at thi time, nut are asking you please to do three things oave Tour money for this occasion, read to-morrow's paper and be present Tuesday evening. adv. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A, P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. KM ns BandMifcfe tm as Handkerchiefs' This may seem early to talk about Christmas Goods. It's none too early to make your special selection. If we hacj bought late you would not be able to buy from us such a .nice line of new kinds as we are showing to-day. The market on select kinds of foreign goods is almost depletedlate orders cannot be rilled. This applies to all kinds of foreign goods. This is the season to select early to plan ahead just a little to save disappointment. . Marshall Field's Handkerchief b This means selected from the largest line of Imported Handkerchiefs in this coun try and while the market is very short. These were bought last spring and will open up, to our trade better than our last season's line, and that is saying quite a lot. All Linen Hemstitched Hand kerchiefs at 5c ew-'b- You should see, our line of fine Handkerchiefs, three in a box, to broidered corners, to sell for 5c. Our line of Embroidered Sham rock Lawn Handkerchiefs that we are sellirtg at 10c a fRr better than our last season's 12Vio value. We make a specialty of ?tox Handkerchiers, three in box, to ' t 15c. 25c, 50c "l $1.00 ' per box. . We had just about one half enough last season. This season we are going to try to take care of the demand. Our Hand-embroidered Irish Linen Handkerchiefs are the talk of the town. No other importer is in it with Mar shall Field & Co.'s. New Dress Goods There is a large demand for goods heavy enough for la dies' suits. Gabardines are one of the best. Navies are very scarce, also Drak Green, on account of imported dyes. Ladies want these two colors. We have just received these two colors. Shrunk Serges are in great de mand and colors wanted that are hard to get. We bought in July nearly enough to carry us in to January I. The price in that time has increased 7y2e per yard on the 75c grade. We are still making the same price as before, 75c. New Sik in wide Black and White Stripes for waists are con- sidered very swell. These are new and come yard wide in a soft fin ish very hea,vy silk at $1.25 P''r yard. ' Xew Stripes and Checks in yard wide McsKalines and Taffetas that are very new and Very scarce. We are showing an extra value in a yard-wide 1'lain Taffeta in all colors at $1.25 P"r 'ftrd Compare with any $1.50 Taffeta, same width. Remember, we parcel post free and give very quick service. Ladies' Furs and Fur Sets I This is the kind of weather that brings to our minds the need of Furs of all kinds, and those who want Furs will do well to buy them early, as the Fur market is in the worst shape it has been for years. The Furs we lave on band we will sell at prices as cheap as we have sold tham for many seasons, but when we corns to dupli cate on same, tho prices wUl be at an advance of from 25 to 40 per cent. This is due to the scarcity of import Furs and the import, dva situation. Many Furs we cannot duplicate at all, this early in the season. We can give you the regulation size Muff at pricea from $2.00 t $30.00 ea"h- These are AJuffs that are made from all the popular Furs in qualities that we guarantee as to service. We can give you the small Furs to match any of these Muffs at prices that are right. Ladies' Bath Robes We are now ready to help you out on your Bath Robe proposition, and the weather is here bringing to our minds the need of warmer clothes. Our Bath Robe3 are made from the Beacon Falls Robe materials, and the qualities and coloring are the best we have seen. At $2.00 we have a Bath Robe that is one of the best values for the money we ever put out. Robe is made from a good heavy Beacon Bath Robe material, and the col orings are very good. At $2.50 ar some very good Robes that come in all the good colors and are made in a good full style that is well finished. At $3.00 give you a Bath Robe that is made from a heavy Beacon Blanket; is made in a good style, finished with ribbon. At from $3.50 to $6.00 va riety of different Bath Robe mod els; are made from the heavy Bea con Falls Blanket Robes and fin ished with satin ribbon. These are Robes that are made by one of the best Bath Robe manufacturers in Xew York and will interest any who want a good Bath Robe value. When in our garment department do not forget to look over our stock of Ready-Made Millinery here you will find one of the largest displays of up-to-date Hats to be found anywhere in this section. See the new White Hats for early winter wear. We are receiving now by nearly every express new Hat Shapes. See our display 1 of Children's Velvet and Plush Hats. Here you will find anything you may be lopkjn for at prices that are right. The Daylight Store j TALK OFTHE TOWN Winter Black Cat hosiery at Abbott's. Buy those fancy linen scarfs and cen terpieces, lite, 2.x". Stic, at aiig1ians. Nee the exhibition tlam-s lv sixteen 10- al voung people in fancy dreos at the carnival. adv. Mrs. J. ((. Belknap and son of South F.oyalton are tisiting at the home of he formers firotiier, 1J. J. More, or 'remont street. Michael laid, who rims the Star uni li room on .Norm .Mum street is mak ing an addition to his place of liiin-M. An extra room on the bsck is to serve TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN See fireproof granite shed ad., page. 7. adv. Wide black and white striped silks at Abbott's. The 11th annual Masonic ball will be helil in Brookfteld town hall Friday even ing, Nov. 5. Music, Carroll' orchestra. Dancing from 8 till 2. Chicken pie sup per served by Indies of Kaxtern Star. Tickets, including aupper and dance, tl-0 -er couple. You are vuloome. adv. A group picture of tle student body Munsingwear at Abbott's. William Davidson of South Ryegate is visiting friends in town for a few days. Myron Hughes, who with Mrs, Hughes l as been spending a few days at their former home in Burlington, lias resumed his duties as day clerk at Hotel Barre. Don't minting to the masque carni val dance Nov. 4 given for the benefit of the Barre City hospital. Big time for all. Carroll's orchestra. Bill, fl.00 pe' couple. Crsnl march at 8. ancing until 1. adr. A Watrous fire engine purchased of the Liberation Notice. This is to give tiotice that on and aftr this dte I will par no niore lulls con tracted by my wife, Mrs. Iiijrt Ijungn. nd all persons are hen by warned tint to trust her rm tnv account. Lingl Ix'tigo. Barre. Vt, Nov. 2, JP15. Western Beef Native Veal Pig Pork, Lamb Chickens and Fowls Beef and Pork Sausages BREAD and PASTRY Fancy and Staple Groceries FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS Lucky Brand FLOUR arrived Srsmal Irara fnr p!jrme vrot m I MO.V FTORE Granilc Cily General Store and lii!tv at (roliar,t seminar? is ei- s a kitchen, milking it possible to use all hibiteii in "the dii-plav window at B. W. the present spaee for a lunch ronnter. i linker A Co.'s furniture ht.ire. A. M. A jitney car owned by Alex. r.. MiinejTroup ma,ie the picture from a photo- f this city was toed to the Kennedy I ..TMh which he seemed while the stn- sarag on Jepot .)iisre last night to rc-(i,.t ,,, their instructors were grouped ftv repairs to lttinire incurred wliens,,,, the ramprs. The M-mUisry buildings ie niachin struck a le!ge on the Mint-:,rr ,,,. in background. lier road near tie car Urns of th jrm .,nces prevailed at the auction & M. T. A P. Co. Monday evening. ItiM f Harold P. Hmman's Marshfleld apparatus of the Mine make w hich the aii that one of the radius rods in the frln. known as the Frank t.raY tdar. ; lhown comnanr bsS sold to l'lainfield. ear Uroke in sm h a way as to render the j yesterday. There was a large crowd of j Chelsea and other Vermont towns, stecrtrg gear wellnigh u les, w ith the ,,,. r, j.tescnt. SV k brought rrioea j m result that the lriv.r was powerless to j laniririr from JT to 40 and a yoke ofj t,.,.. , prevent It from going Into the le.fe. i ,, rnt frT j M M,.wt brotieht I7.1 The front aile and iif of the wheel j,.,, , ,,i n , .ij., pre kmxked down sere damaged. Mr. Milne, w ho was stone ' ( fx per head. !Vttes sold fyr W TALK OF THE TOWN ,New taffeta silks at Abbott's. Pears! Car at Montpelier Tuesday. (J H. Smilie. Bead about our specials for this week st Yaughan'a. Hills immediately to the east and west of Barre mere capped with anow to-day for the first time this fall. A anow flurry of short duration passed over the city early in the forenoon. Card of Thanks, I wish to thank my many friends and relatives for their kindness and sym- lwn Motor tar (o. of this city a. horttrAub, fof fc . v..,. lime ago has been delivered to the town of. Hartford and i now forming a part of 'the tillage fire righting equipment. A new fir station, which is projected for the new future In Hartford, will house the art'Sratiia. The engine is similar to flower. the many Mrs. Peter Lafayette. Card of Thanks. I want to thank the neighbors, friends snd Sunday Mhoul class for the flowers given tne while at tb hospital. Mrs. G. A. Kimnnds. in the ear, was driving slowly km the accident occurred. Smth Main Mreet and illiamMown ernfa the bushel and Iwrhr at tl rent. Coin broufl't tST', ett and oat "dl for 4V-. Farming toil were in heavy west hill projwrtj fgtind in a f1.2 r'al j demand an I brought gI pric. cstat nl consummated through thel Arrival in the itv restcriiav included !.me flic) of the l. A. Perry K! f.a-jthe follow ing people : Mr. and Mtw. M. tsle agency jeter1y reeordel to- Autiw of vt. All-ns. l. A. I w of Morst- lay. In tte tranw turn the farm iu IVr- 'rl. P. t.. Mis Kvelyn P. of IvehannB, Wn'(wne4 by Mr, t harle lilarn hatd atid . H.. W. J. t .lk-rove of Km linirln. IktKiww as tle Mert"W Cheney place i a-dJ If. H. Hi'knk of Buflingtsn. John B. to Mr. and Mr. J"ii t.authier. hiw arlrfon of New !ytiJ.ii, (Vttn, W. C. I.oii.e at Cie kwer end of N-uth Vsin .. of lnt'!ni, . ... rpe- f-T of "tnoki, I.. I-. I e . f fort U av r. led, B. K. -tow.:i of I rn.lon, i Mrs". I dwarf p,;i nr 1 I ! I'" Ms C. W. BushneH of Purlirtoii. W stf.r T. fie, h i f l i f. t l. i.J. , .n of l'.Mfh'.rton. Mr. ad fm. Arthur 1 1. rare .f s-h.Hni-rte I!'. Vss, and MViliiars ThiUttH of Iji'hine. P. Q. 'treet near (.hunt slret tvotne the trrnpertr f M'. Hlnchrd. Tlwre are 133 a err of land in th lr!,n prope'tr ant the ptirfhr a'-pir ott'r tH real elate. i h y will tt move to their w ; fwi'4ia ntU tIt sprirjf. Vr . I'iarn l ard tke f ver t( .mitli Mam 'ttet loue fr an invemeit. W OOD WOO I) W O O D In the evcr-incrca.ing, high prices of livir.jr, there in cne excertion, and that is wood. The prices of wood have been reduced from 25 to 50 cents per load. We re selling Dry Wood at the following prices: Block Wood, per ford $.1.00 Chair Wood, per load 2.50 Hard and Soft Saw-Mill Slabs p?r load 1.75 ARTHUR S. MARTIN Tnn.ri u w n m m 11 fark f trlet. tHa. kmo? rr- GOOD THINGS TO j Concord Grapct, 2 bakcti I Laroc package of Rolled Otfi for I Preserving Tears, per peck Jasl arrived a few barrels of Apples Grapefruit 4 for: Tint Jars ScolTs Honey for Gallon can Van Camp's hclsup Teaches, regular ZZc values, 3 cans for Large fancy Cranberries, 2 quarts for EAT ZSc 20c :2c :5c 2ic tDc lie 25c Buckwheat and Pancake Flour JUST IK A fmh lot of Aunt Jcm.ma'5 lluck wheat and Pancake Se!f-Raiinz Hour, in packatres for familv u?. each 10c Karo Corn Svrup in car.5 10c. 15c and 2.c Marie Surar and Map!e Svrun. A n;V OTHER GOOD VALUMS Hrcakfaft Cfeoa in bulk, per 19c Quart glass jar? of Cocoa, each Z'tc Bulk fmh-irraled Cfcran;;t, per I? 15c 2 baskets f f Concord Grape? f-r 2V Currant? in pvjr.d packacc, caeh 1-V l"je Ri!V-n nai?:n? in packarf?, erch 1 New Nct-a-Seed Rai?!n. 2 package? fcr 25c 12 lis. fano- Fwrct Potatoes frr 25c : : i ! !. X t t t i X j The SmiUi&CumingS Co. j The F. D. Ladd Company j l-t$ C:tc te SL 7 t"f ewe IS!