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Till: JSAJtliti DAILY TIMES, 1IX J, 1003.
TALK OF THE TOWN. TALK OF THE TOWN. 05 r- f A H ' tf 4 '4 ih v ! Mi v! a 7 ; 4 $25.00 Ladies', Gents' and Children's Handkerchiefs for Christ mas. We have a complete line. Now's the time to buy thm. PERRY & CAMP, 71 and 75 Main Street, - - - - Barre, Vermont. ' 1 . .' ;'!; ' : -1 1 if : ii;:-;1-;' i, , ..:.,)::;::;.. . ! : i i ! t m 'J : 1 It V t..,.i.,i,..,a tM ''imiiliiuuiiiiiii Parlor Chairs, Easy Rockers, Writing Desks, Brass Beds, Couches, Fancy Dressers and a host of other arti cles which our prices will afford of your purchasing as gifts. Those Eleven-Piece Chamber Suits at $25.00 are moving. We only ask you to make comparisons with oth ers. Remember " we lead, others follow." B. W. Hooker & Co., (Telephone Park Block, Barre, Vt. I Boston ieii'lpin EVERYTHING NEW THIS FALL. OUR DEPARTMENTS ARE NEARLY ALL READY FOR YOUR HOLIDAY INSPECTION. Remember the old saying, " The early bird catches the worm " or, in other words, the shrewd buyers always buy early, before the cream of the stock is gone. It isn't safe to wait, if there is anything in our line you want. Better make your selections early and avoid the rush of Christmas week. Fancy China Department. Our stock in this depart ment was never so large or complete as now in fact we be lieve we can suit any China want you may have. Crockery Department. Dinner Sets, Commode Sets, Stock Patterns, in great variety of. decorations. r.i-iccwaro Finf Cut Class in handsome patterns at VIUJJ"UI VI --' I - b very reasonable prices. Also American and Imported J Plain and Decorated Glassware. Wine Sets, Lemonade Sets, etc. Lamps. Decorated Lamps, Table, Hanging and Mall Lamps at from 98c to f 17.00 each. Fancy Goods Department. To attempt to describe this department would require a whole page, so we simply say that everything new or pretty, to be found in New York or Boston, we have displayed for your inspection. Silverware.- We carry a large assortment of Table ware made by M. S. Benedict '& Co. Also " Rogers Bros' A I," and " Rogers Bros' 1 847." We guarantee every piece of our hollow-ware (Cake Stands, Pickle Jars, etc.) for ten years' wear. Cutlery. Carving Sets, Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors. Every article warranted. Toys, Dolls and Games. The best assortment we ever had. A good many new things never before shown. Bring in the little folks and let them select their Christmas presents. Boston Bargain Store, (Telephone 1 28-3 ) . 185-187 North Main Street, C. N. Kenyon & Co. A look at our FURS will convince you that we can save you money. Brush Tail Boas in Isabella Fox, Sable Fox, Brown and Black Marten, Oppossum, Water Blink and Coney from $1.25 to $15.00. Cluster Keck Scarfs from $1.25 to $10.00 each. Long Fur Stoles from $4.50 up to each. Also long Fur Pelerines at $3.50, $4.50, $5.00, $7.50, $8.50, $9.00 up to $20.00 each. Pieces of Artistic Furniture ! These make about as ac ceptable a gift for Christmas as anything we know of, and this is our offering today for the Christmas purchas ers to choose from : Connection.) 11 City Undertakers. store! Sale of jucketi at Abbott's. I'alvin Bond of Webstrville was iu the city today. Don't forget tbe masquerade ball Dec. ISth, jyoj. Remember "Mr. Bob" at the Universa lis vestry thU eyeuhig. Judgo A. G. Fay went to Burlington and Uullund today on business. Xew line of up-to-date stationery ju.st received at the Boston Liurgain Store. The local li. C. I. V. A. meets tomorrow night for the anuual election of ofliwrs. John A. Cross of Cross Bros, of North lield, was in the city today on business. Indies' wool underwear, the kind you can depend upon, for f 1.00 each. Veaie & Knight. Kemember the sale by the ladies of the Baptist church at the vacant Averill store this evening. The annual meeting and election of the Granite .Manufacturers association will be held this evening. The Over the Teacups club will meet with Mrs. C. X. Benedict Thursday after noon at 2 SO o'clock. B. W. Hooker & Co. have something In the way of rockers for their Christinas sale that will interest you. The monthly business meeting of the Epworth League will be held tomorrow morning ii the league rooms. F. J. Harris of the Telegram foree.went to Burlington today, to enter the Mary Fletcher hospital for an operation. There will be a meeting of the Glenugle club In the ante room of Miles hall Thurs day evening, Deo. 10, at 7 o'clock. There w ill be a dance In the Castle se ries in the Pearl street pavilion Saturday evening. Good music of five pieces. Regular convocation of Ruth Chapter, 0. E. S., this evening at 7 o'clock. The anuual meeting and election of officers. Sir. and Mrs. E. O. Marrion returned last night from Brattleboro where they went to attend the funeral of a relative. Rev. Brian C. Roberts gave an Interest ing talk on the Madonnas In Art before the Athena club at Mrs. C. L. Bugbee's last evening. . You can find many useful articles at'the Baptist ladies' sale in the Averill store this evening, tomorrow afternoen and evening. ' Tickets are now on sale at the Red Croas Pharmacy for the lecture which will be giveu next Friday evening, the 1Kb, by lion C. B. Laudis. Albert Seger of this city who was re cently sentenced to not less than six months in the house of correction for lar ceny from his roommate, was taken to Rutland yesterday. Dr. M, D. Lamb received word yester day from Chicago of ihe death of his cou sin, Mrs. Henry Vinton. The funeral will be at West Randolph tomorrow after noon. The cause of death was pneumo nia. At the Church of the Good Shepherd this evening, Miss Badger.the art teacher, will be prepared to display baskets, and she will (show you how to work them. Please remember it is in the Episcopal church vestry. The lecture by Congressman Charles 15. Indis of Indiana at the opera house Fri day evening, under the auspices of the Barre Entertainment association, will be on "The Message of an Optimist" instead of the subject announced In last evening's paper. All members of 11. C. I. P. A. who have not their card for this quarter are request ed to be present at the meeting Thursday evening and pay their dues. The finan cial secretary will be present at 7.15 o'clock to accommodate those who cannot remain at the meeting. , The matter of talking over rules and regulations of health and accident insnr ancs t-)take the place of Kidgley and oth ers, will be taken np Thursday evening after the regular meeting of I. O. O. F. All Ood Fellows interested should be present and discuss the matter fully. R. II. Ran ney, X. (J. . All union members comprising the building trades of Barre and vicinity are requested io meet -in Carpenters' hall, Thursday evening, Deo. 10, at 7.i0 o'clock, to consider the adoption of trades rules and such other business as may come before the meeting. Burton E. Bailey of Montpelier on Mon day received a letter from his brother. State's Attorney F. A. Bailey, who Is now near Colorado Springs, Col. " At the time of the writing the state's attorney was sitting up to write but was not feeling as well, he thought, as he had felt previous ly, lie breathed with difficulty and was apparently feeling in none too good spir its. The ladles of the Church of the Good Shepherd will be very glad to extend the hand of fellowship in the vestry of the church this week Wednesday evening, Thursday afternoon and eventng Dec. Oth and 10. Come in and listen to the excel lent entertainments, and also see what they are selling. Admission 10 cents. One of the special features will be basket making. Baskets will be made aud sold while yon wait. The Quarry Workers' International Union of Sorth America has established headquarters In this city, having located its ollice in Mile granite block. The organization was effected last September in Washington, 1). O., and now has a membership of nearly 3,000, located In 40 branches throughout tbe country. The international secretary, P. F. McCarthy, has charge of the office here. The union is to start an ottioial paper, called the Quarry Workers' Journal, about January 1. The ollice of publication will be in this city, but final arrangements have not yet been made. It has been arranged to give the famous Jubilee Singers concert la the opera house Dec, 28, Instead of in the Unlversalist church as previously advertised, which will give more people a chance to hear them. They are the real colored people and have given concerts for eleven years. The Imperial orchestra Is worth the price of admission. Will some of the young people of the church volunteer to sell tick ets. If they sell ten tickets they will be given a reserved seat ticket. It Is worth working for. Call at Mrs. F. T. Cutler's for tickets. Reserved seats only 35 and 00 cents. We have made the price with in the limit of all. Half-price sale of ladies' petticoats at Abbott's. Robert Davis of West Berlin was in the city today. Admission for "Mr. Bob" tbis evening 10 and 20 cents. A. C. Moore was confined to the house today with illness. Mr. and Mrs. Dean P. Tonne left this noon for Boston for a few weeks' visit. IT. A. Clay, traveling agent for the San ta Fe railroad, vioited at the local station today. There will be a meeting of the Vincitia club Thursday evening, December 10, at 8 o'clock. Miss Grace McLf an of Granlteville is visiting her brother, V. J. McLean, for a few days. George Raymond, formerly of Flaintield, visited his sister.Mrs. K. W. Morse, of this city yesterday. " The Polishers and Lumpers anion of Montpelier has voted to federate with the' Quarry Workers union, Th music at the entertainment In the Unlversalist vestry this evening will be furnished by Mrs. Alvah Eastman. The scholars of the Presbyterian Sun day school will meet after school tomor row for rehearsal. Miss Phillips desires a full attendance. ulOM &3 The regular meeting of the Ladies of Clan Gordon will beheld Monday evening, Dec. 14, at 7 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. Business of Im portance to be transacted. Badger & McLean have a fine window display of different colored skins f which the famous Patrician shoes are made. They give a set of six Patrician pictures with every sale of Patrician shoes. If you appreciate choice red New Hampshire Baldwins, that are as good all through the bbl., call at 84 N'o. Main St. Lowest prices for the quality. II. L. Av erill & Co. The D. A. Perry Real Estate Age ncy offers a river farm in a good location Cau have electric lights, is on two telephone lines and only three miles to depot, for $3,300. Ilygipnio couches no webbing, no twine, all wire construction for $10 00 to $20.00 at B. W. Hooker & Co's. A chance to get one of those marked down suits at $9.08 and $15.00 at Fitts'. A clearing up in our stock means low prices for furs, coats and suits at Fitts'. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. TO KKNT Tenement of five rooms. Electric lifrhtK, hot and cold water, l-'ist tenement tn ljioek. Low rent. Inquire at Nukh Jtiio' Mar -ket, ;fi;7 North Main street. k'.'Mf Blanchard Opera House MONTPELIER. Ffiday, Dec. II th Pre-Eminently the Best Comedy Organ ization Traveling. Joseph, Jr., William W. JEFFERSON And an All-Star Cast in the Brilliant Comedy, ie Rivals! HANDS0KELY MOUNTED, BEAUTIFULLY COSTUMED. Seats now on sale at Buswell's Book Store. Seats ' may be secured by mail if accompanied by remittance and self addressed stamped envelope. PRICES: $1.00, 75c, 50c and 35c. Special Car to Barre After the Performance. TfiACE ll?.Vl UECISTLELB Insist on Having the Genuine! It his the above Trade-mark stamped upon it every three feet. Barre, Vt., Nov. 12, 1903. Mr. W. li. Fitkin, Barre, Yt. Dear Sir At a special maeting of the City Council held on November 1 1 th, 1903, it was voted to indorse the "Rub eroid" Roofing sold by you as a material complying with our City Ordinances with in the fire district. Respectfully yours, JAMES MACKAV, City Clerk. Ask for Samples and Prices. WM. H, PITKIN, Telephone 231-2. Room 3. Miles Building Barre. IngersoII Dollar Watches ! They are just what the boy wants. The AVERILL MUSIC CO. Columbia Motldcd Records! : V They fit any style Cylinder Machine. Price, 25c each. AVERILL MUSIC COMPANY. Ldl!i)WildWtl,,J And that is to reduce our stock in every way possible before changing locations. We cannot now open up a genera! removal sale and at the same time take care of our Christmas trade. We hae decided to do more Christmas business than ever before and at the same time put into our advertising every two days poods very much under price, in many cases much less than cost and in some at halt price. We could not do up all of our stock in January if we had the trade. There is too ninth cf it. We make these deep cuts this momh to help out in January. Dress Goods This Time. 36-inch-widc Wool Danish Cloth in navy, black, light blue and white, the zee grade, for 19c. White Albatross tor waists and evening costume, the 60c frade, fr 39c. lot Corduroys in red, brown, pink, light blue and .white, for ladies' waists an j children's jackets. They have the lead. Sold everywhere for 75c. Now 57c. One lot of .27-inch All-wool Plaids in odd styles, suitable to make children's dresses, the 50c grade, now 25c 42-inch Black Undressed Worsted (sponged and shrunk), now 50c. 44-inch Black Undressed Worsted (sponged and shrunk), now 05c. 50-inch Black Pebbled Cheviot, the J 1 . 2 5 grade, now 87c. 54-inch All-wool Scotch Suitings, a popular cloth for tailored suits, the 11.25 gTade, now 87c. 46-inch Black Pebbled Etamine, now $1.00. 50-inch Very Heavy Zibelinc in navy, brown and grey, I1.38 grade, suitable to nuke waking skirts, now 87c. One lot of very fine quality of Zibcline in different colors, the $1 . 50 grade, now $1.19. Goods at Half Price. 30-cent Eiderdowns now 15c. 50-cent Eiderdowns now 25c. One lot of Ladies' and Misses' Jackets at half price. Ladies' Fur trimmed Capes at half price. Ladies' Black Petticoats at half price. ' These values will be continued until all closed out. Jt will pay you to watch this space for six weeks at least. A. P... ABBOTT & CO. tjr ' W it 1 PiMi dJ mm The Bridge cf a Man's Wardrobe. An extra pair of Trousers will span the period between sea sons. The best Ready-to-wear Trousers can be found right here. Patterns new and handsome and made by expert Trouser-builders. Building Trousers correctly is an art. Medium or heavy weights. Every pair perfect in fit, and Gentlemen's Trousers in every re spect. Moderate prices, too, $1.00 up to 6.00 per pair. FRANK McWHORTER, One Price Clothier. Five Pounds of Try a 5-pound can of Caraja Coffee for $1.00 We have Boiled Cider in fculk or in bottles. Merchant's Economic G rocery "Flinch," The present rage in games. Parker's best edition, 45 cents. The AVERILL MUSIC CO. B3igEin in Apples ! We have a car of hand-picked harreleld No. I Bald win Apples, sound, smooth and good keepers. We wish to close these out at once, as we have not room to store them, and make the very low price this week of $2.25 per barrel. Meat Department, Hound Steak, best Western Beef, per pound, Three quarts of good ound Cranberries for -Steam Rendered Lard, per pound, -A nice canned Red Salmon, two cans for Nice thick Tripe, per pound, - -Malaga Grapes, per pound, - F. D. Leading Cash Grocer. Hatter and Men's Outfitter. Coffee for $L00 Plnvmcr ("nrrfcf Prices : 10c. 25c, 50c per pack. Congress Playing Cares, 50c. The AVERILL MUSIC CO. - 15c 25c II and 12c 25c - 5c - 10c LA 9 Meats and Provisions.