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THE JIAKRE DAILY TIMES, J AX IT ATI Y IG, 190S.
3 HALF PRICE I SALE FOR SATURDAY ! nieces Dress Good These goods come and are worth toda 50c Dress GocjJs on Saturday at Half Price, 25c-Seven muarh. rea. raw b tie. hmwn ar,A ml- uudges, rianncls and Novelty Goods Sll .... - 1 fT' I ... J v a VIU. lOC OSf. fhi the price on Saturciky only 25c a yard. ' 15c fleeced riinnels on Saturday at Half Price, 7 1-2c a ,a,u xv PiCi..oi ucavy nceced Goods, suitable for waists, wrappers, jessing sacques and children's dresses. These come in pretty plaids, polka dots and stripes and have been idling for l a yard For a special we make-the price on Saturday only 7 1 -2c a yard. Aslc for samples PEfRY CAMP, ' ' Telephone 9-4. j .71 and 75 Main Street.' Barre, Vt. Sale of Short Lencth Carpets Our Sale of Short Length Carpets at 1-3 off, lasts only until Friday of this week. They are going finejy. Carpet sized Rugs in .Wil ton, Axminster, Oriental and Tapestry quality all at greatly reduced prices. Come and see them. HULOA SAYS: "It pays to get agoodbed because you deep more com fortably in it and it lasts ten times as long as a 'cheap' bed." Only good beds find a place in our stock. You can depend upon them and de pend upon our prices being the lowest. , , ; . T'' TALK OFJTHE TOWN. Diaries at tho Keu Cross pharmacy. Abbott' clearance nale c1wp Saturday Swig eliangpd toriiim. to-dny at the Thea- A. l)i'au of Vt Lebanon, X.H., a business visitor in the city ves- B. W. HOOKER & GO., BARRE, VT , CITY UNDERTAKERS. ' y- Improved Ambulance Service., Orders Promptfy Attended To NIGHT CALL, 2QS-5, rlrrt' W " ' " N. For Colds, Croup and Bron chial Coughs, ' use Camphor Naptiiol a most effective ex- ternal remedy,' es pecially for Children Sold only by .D. F.,0AV!S,The Druggist," 262 NORTH MIN STRffr, n- ma ,BARRE,1VRN10NT.. IIMIMMM -ecsr mifiaiioo! To saw-a few dollars during the coming year should be in the mind of every property-owner. Make a start by getting our rates for Fire Insur ance in the OLD VERMONT MUTUAL and other pod companies. R. G. ROBINSON, Agent, Telephone 2. Office In Wood Block, Barre, Vt. ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY TIMES m a a i riPHWMwii ' - - r M i : : : : li CLEARANCE SALE OF HOP WRINGERS To reduce our stock of Mop Wringers we will sell for the next seven days, commencing Saturday Jan uary 11th, No. 1 Reliance Wringers at 98c each. No. 2 Reliance Wringers at $1.19. This is a chance worth improving. SEE OUR WINDOW : !S5-187K-i KEMYON & CO.'S CASH BARGAIN STORE, Fain Street. (Telephone tt yi ) larre. Termed. Sale of lacfs ready for your iiiRpee tiou at "iuighnn'ti. )r. A. 11. II. Lewi wont to Cambridge un pun liens yp&u-ruay, fSee our window for the reduced price on coon con tet. AUxire & Uweiis Mir- EdHh I'iiip left Vestprday for a seveiil weeks' stay in New Vovk. Madame J'lorencp. clitirvotant and paluiint, JUiz.el liliK'k, l'earl otrect. liend tlm i). A. Perry Real Estate ad- verutteineiits hi the (or sale columns. Henry C. Wliituker retunied lust nitflit irom a Ijusmek trip to itoston and New York. WttH terday Any framed or un framed picture in lie stofo at the wholesale price. II. I'. Baldwin. . The Ladies of the Mwvaliw will hold a whitit pnrty Friday evening in K. of r. hnll. "Mrs. Kiiinin t'olliiiit of Caliot i Rtop- ping at the home of C. A. Heath of Washington strwt. Fifty cent for a Reason ticket gives you a chance to get I0 in jrold at the base ball fair. At the 'opera limine this week all of tiie moving pictures will lie changed Mon day and Thursday. Harry A. Kegel returned yonterday from business visit in northern Ver mont and New York. 'A. Ciinrliino at tho Vermont fruit More lin just received 125 Edition rec ordrt. Call and have the tirst pick. Special broom sale. One lot brooms, your choice, lfk while they last. C. N" Ken yon & Co. 8 cah bargain (.tore. Frank Bombard left on the midnight train last night ior New iork City and points on JUuig Jfcland, on luiMiieiisi. L. Jf. Kohcoe of Esuex Junction and h. C. Tuttle of Kutland were buincs visitor in town yextenlay afternoon. All tho!fl inviti'd to th lius focial and dance in Mile hall, Hane, pleae riear m liuntt tiie date, rrmay evening. .Jan.' 17. - '"The Need of (.old, ft picture novel in incident and telling an ' Interesting rtory, last time to-m gilt at the J hea ton urn. ' I i . , ) Mrs. George N. T'ldcn Rnd W. M?. llol den went to Clare mont, N'. JI. ' to-da to ' attend the futteral of their untie, tiVortje W'hlti-omb.' ' . II. Hepburn ha been called to hi former home in Troy, N. Y.. bv tho death ot his grandfather, and will proliably be away lor lomt time. If yon enjoy dancing, do not forirct the hospital beneht ball, lurdav even ing of next week, .January twenty -third, vooctmen nan, isomer :ioctc. Will K. Wheatlev, formerly of this citv but for nix year located in, North field, wa in town lust night to attend the St. Aldemar eornmaudery ladies night. If your eyes jmart or feel bad when you attempt to read in the evpning, it meanis that they necrt attention. Jtou can get tho right kind of treatment at L. P. Austin's, the "watch and clock man. "We are handling all of the varieties of fish on the market and ours are extremely nice and fresh this week. (ii-e us your order. Plenty of strictly tresii-gutttered eggs, direct rrom the farm. r City Fwii Market. Kpecial 13-dav salo-AVe will give you 25 .per renti- discount hw any musical instrumeTit, except phonograph; we have a few tsecoiul-haiid JO imdi lii.-ic records which .we will fcell at one-half price, 30c each. A. Giathino, Vermont fruit si-ore, Jiarre, Vt. The Kpaulding high chool basket ball team went to Ktowe to-day, where it plays the high school team this evening, and to-morrow evening will play the People's academy team at Mornsville. The Kpaulding player who go are Maid en, Grigg, llalvoa, Riley, Arthur Averill and Harry Averill, It seem that the impreion lia gain ed ground that the chicken pie supper to be served at the bo-ipital benefit ball is to cotd. 1 per plate. The supper will be only fifty cents per plate and the tic kets for tho dance will be one dollar and fifty cents per couple. January twenty-third at Woodmen's hall, Ikd gter block. , The newly elected officers of Barre lodge, no. 13S. N. K. ). P., were installed last evening by Diotrict. Deputy Grand Warden L. A. Bullock of Norihtield. Mrs. Mary M. Brown, who was elected to the office of warden, asked to lie ex cused and the lodge po voted. Walter Ij. Kidder was elected warden in her place. After the meeting a generous fpread, furnished by the entertainment committee wa enjoyed by those pres- The regular meeting of the local branch of the International brotherhood of electrical workers was held last even ing and the officers for the ensuing year were installed by past president JL H. Ilodgdon. The oflieer installed are as follows: president, C. E. Lull, Mont pelier; vice-president, E. , Guyer; finan cial fcecretarv, Dou DeCollaines, Mont- pelier: recording secretary, Charles Wod- des, Montpclicr; trenaurer, II. II. Ilodgdon. Division No. j, Ancient Order of Hi bernian, with the ladies' auxiliary of the order, will hold a public installation of ollicerrf. Thursday evening, January 16th., at 7:;i) o'clock, in the K. of C. hall. National organizer, liorae H. heehan, of Boston, and prominent clergy connected with the order will lec ture on the principles of tne order. A (social dam-e and refreshments will fol low the lecture. Gilbert ons orchestra. will fitrniuh music. Chailes F. Steven of Highland avenue received word yesterday "f the death of hi Mother, James, at luist Pierre, So. Dakuta, on .Iriiiuary 7, and whose re main were lunieu on .Inn. tMli. tr. Stevens was a imtiie of Kast MmiI peiier. : the Miii of Mephen '. Stevens, ami in tht 'liU'i g ("futlent a! the nit! Barre ai-aili-niv. I'e went West 30 yearn agn ; fled in ail ;i t time ha twin F.it m !y rniif, that al'onl nine veins np. when he i-iieil his Jrnii(-r here in Bane fur a liK'tith. lie is Mirvived by a will fiw, a married daughter d an adopted oa. Ilia gc w as ii4 car. TALK OFJHE TOWN. Lnwt week of clearance sale at the Vauglum store. . ' e have got new pitcher for the hrst game at Hales pavilion, icb. 1. David Bagley of Went Topsham we a uuiiir3 ri.suiir in ine cny yesier day.- ' Household, furniture for sale at !7 Mh plo av.'Tuie Call between 2 and 5 and tl and W p. in. ; Mr, W. W.' Bean of Randolph in a guest at the home ot her ion, E, N. Beau of Jorsyth place. ''The Ta liftman," picture beautjful, nothing but illusion and enchantment, at the Iheatorium. A new line of up-to-the-minute buckle gun metal and oxfords for men at the People's shoe etore, Hale block. Kimeon Harrington of Fall River, Ma.ss., who i visiting A. II. Gcrhardt, is ill at the home ot .;. A. Brown. The cherry trees will be in full bloom on rrnjay evening, at the garden party in mo i iiivei'Rniini cnurcn vesiry. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presby terian church will meet in the church vestry, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Notice. Regular meeting Polisher branch, (J. C. I. A., in their hall, Nichols block, on Thursday evening, Jan. 16, at 7:30. V. G. Pirie, sec. Tea will be made and aerved by little ladies in Japanese costumes, at th Jap anese garden party on Friday evening. January 17, in the rniversalinfc ventry. W. E. Rise, who lias, been visiting rela tives in Graniteville, returned to his home in Maiden, Mass.,- to-day. He wan obliged to return because of illness in lii family. , The ladies of the I'niversalist aociety will give an entertainment in the vestry of the church Wednesday evening, Jan uary 22. The entertainment will be a mixed program, opening with instru mental and vocal nolo and readings the bet talent in the city having been engaged. This will be followed by a laughable farce entitled, "Tho champion of her dex." Each character ha been carefully selected, with the right, one in the right place. Make no engagement for that evening. Watch for the pro gram in to-inorrow's paper. BUILT- FROM AVAILABLE FUNDS. Bennington Battle Monument Associa tion Makes Changes in Plans. Bennington, Jan, , 16. The adjourn ed annual meeting of ' the Bennington Battle Monument and Historical asso ciation held yesterday. ' 1,1 The treasure! 'sr report showed $1, SP3.7.S on band.'- ft wa voted that plan for thn janitor' houe be a modified that the building lie constructed, from available funds. The following officers were elected. President, Oliu (Scott; vice-president, L. F. AbWt; secretary, E. L. Bates; treasurer, George F. Graves ; directors. J. G. MeCuHough, C. 8. Pago, L, E. Gib son, L. F. AblKitt, E. L. Daton, Cnarles V Dewev, Olin Kwtt, Kamuel B. Hall, O. M. Barber, J. K. Biitchelder; audi tor, h. V. Abbott,' C. H. Darliug, Olin Scott. . . A. P. -ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. .Ill TWO DAYS MDBE OF OUR CLEARANCE SALE, Friday and Saturday are the last days that you can buy everything in our store at a discount. Saturday is the last day. Then for stock taking and another season's business. You will remember this sale by the good values that you have bought longafter the sale is over. CLEARANCE SALE. We can only repeat what we'have al ready advertised, a all goods in our store are in this sale and we cannot do better than we are doing. If your greatest chance of the season. Press Good and Silks are all in this sale, not at cost, but very near, o close that they don't pay the cost of cutting and leave any profit. Opr object is to get tho money into spring goods. Wash Good are licing closed out very fast. Such gods as Ginghams and Per cales should bo bought cow to save on price. CLEARANCE SALE. When staple goods like Corsets are wiling at ft special juice, that difference is a ptraight saving to you. Staple goods like Hosiery and Under wear should be bought at these special prices, When Wrappers, the best kind, are sold as follows, they are at a liberal naviug: $1.2;3 Wrappers for ............ .98c $1.50 Wrappers for ..... .$1.19 $2.00 Wrappers for 1.49 Only two more days at these prices, then at what they are worth. CLEARANCE SALE. Our Garment department has been tho busiest for years at thi time of tho season. We have more Garments to get rid of and have had to consider this when making our low prices. We have a variety of all grades of Furs that, must 'be sold and not packed away. Fur-lined Coals have come to stay. These at this season go in with our other Fur gods, giving the trade a chance to buy cheap and well. Friday and Saturday will be big days in our Garment department. This will close the'most successful Clearance Sale that we have ever held. p. Abbott . Go. HEAD HIM OFF I Stephen Skelly Wanted on Charge of Robbery. St. Albany, Jan. 16. The sheriffs, of fice here would like very much to learn the whereabouts of Stephen Skelly, aged an a recently arrived Englishman, who yesterday morning stole $50 in cash from the bureau drawer of his employer, George Ploof, a farmer of Sheldon Springs, and made a safe get away. Skcuv was a tramp or lair edu cation and appearance and hired out to Ploof about three weeks ago. lie. was treated as one of tho family and soon had the run of tilings. Early ycterday morning he found out that Ploof had some money and where it was, and when Ploof was busy e!ewhere Skelly ransacked the bureau, got the wad and lit out aero lot for this metropolis. He 'was tracked to this city, where he hung around (iilmore's livery stable for an iiour or more and then, with a local touch named EuglLrh, disappeared. It is believed that they jumped a freight train and are headin toward Rutland or Bennington, where English hails from. 'vercoa t Weather ! . The Wcathet Man sayg "rain and snow, much colder and freezing" just a meloe of all sorts of weather. But never mind-we've been expect ing just such conditions and have made ample provision for your comfort and appearance. Here are handsome, warm and stylish Overcoats. They'll knock out old winter but spare your pocket-book. That' a one great feature about this store your pocket-boolc is always safe from fakes. You're sure of best goods, new goods, dependable, satisfactory Clothing, and the more you investigate and compare the more our money-saving prices stand out in your favor. Overcoats Medium or Lone cut, tailoring; and fabric the best, perfect in every detail. 810.00, 12 00, 15. OO to 30.00- Now, where s the Man that can't be Overcoat satisfied here? Your pleasure in' buying is part of our profit. x Wa Claan, Press and Repair CIotUat For Coats to Reai. There will be a regular of Hiawatha lodge, ",,Sy Xo. 20, I. O. O. F., on Thurs day evening, January 16, 1008, at seven o'clock. Per order Noble Grand. FRANK McWHORTER CO., ; (Telephone Call 218-4) BUnchard Blcck. 20 ind 22 North Mala SL CnePrlce Men's and Beys' Cutlers. A. A. SMITH &BR0. ELITE SHOES AT REDUCED PRICES ! ; Our complete line of $3.50, 4.00 and 5.00 Elite Shoes, all styles, all shapes and all leathers, going on this sale at - - $2.98 BALL BANO RUBBER GOODS AT CLEARANCE PRICES. Complete lot of f 3.75 Felt and Rubber combination snow excluders, . $2,98 Lot I r. 75 one Buckle Rub bets - - $1.49 Miscellaneous lot 1 Buck It Overshoes, values up to JS1.75, to close at - 98c Miscellaneous lot 85c Rub bers, - 49c SHIRT SALE. THREE SHIRTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. About 20 dot. I1.25 and 1.50 white and fancy Shirts, at only - 49c each SWEATERS AT HALF PRICE. Large lot all wool $3.00 Sweaters, - 1,49 Large lot $1.50 Sweaters, good colors, - 79c Large lot 75c and $1,00 Sweaters, - 49c Young Bros. $3.00 Hats, at - $2.29 Our complete line $2.50 Hats - - $1.95 Lot $'.50 Hats - 95c A. A. SMITH & BRO. Men's Outfitters, Miles' Granite Block, - - Barre. V!. THERE ISJNE THING That's always tender to eat, easy to chew, healthful for everybody, never tough and what everyone should eat at least once a week. That's Fish. If you have not already tried our's, be gin now. This week it's Chicken Halibut, Nova Scotia Smelts, Lake Trout, Cod and Haddock, Eels and Bull Pout, Herring, Flounders, Roes, Pike, Fin nan Haddies, Kippers and Lobsters that are Lobsters, cooked right here and Lob sters are cheaper. Phone us, we explain. SMITH & CUMI1S, Food Department Store. 305 North Main SL, - Barre, Vt. TWENTY PERCENT DISCOUNT Now is the time to buy a Coon Coat. We arc giving 20 per cent discount on all Coon Coats. We handle none but the North Star Brand, which means satisfaction guaranteed with every Coat. See our win dow for prices. MOORE & OWENS, 22 North Maia St., - - Barre, Vermont STANDARD DIARIES. A few left that will be sold at half the price marked on them. GET THEM NOW. RED CROSS PHARMACY, Miles Granite Block. BARRE OPERA ROUSE FOX & FATOS, JsM. J. E. H0BAN, UesiUent K TONIGHT AND EVERY MT AT 8. 10 SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2.10 FOR THE HOLIDAYS We have good Things to eat. The best from the dairy, the 1 hennery and the creamery. Fine Ice . Cream for your dessert or lunch. For something sweeter we have some of the best Chocolates to be found for the money. Granite City Creamery, Worthed Block, Keith Avenue, Just Off Main Street Flaggs Wonderland Moving Picture Company Mishaps of a Baby Carriage Who Winked at the Soldier? The Modern Youth (1000 feet in this picture) Double Barrelled Suicide The Book Agent Arcodia Elopement The Two Fowls ILLUSTRATED SONGS. "Top ' tlif Morning, lUiilaH M'i;." Htmtliovn ;ir!," 'Vapfain Hby lUv.t- ing" PIE TIMBER! iiX VM. ROBERTSON. Bartton. MISS I LA BATCH ELDER. Pianist. (Aiaiiss'ca, I Co. ChiTdrea Usdsr 10, 5o Pumpkin, three pound cans each - - 10c Squash, three pound cans, each - 10c Rhubarb, three pound cans, cash - - 10c Raspberries, red and black, very fancy, each - 15c Blueberries, Lawson Pink Brand, each - 15c Evaporated Apples, tart, but slightly off in color, special ptice, three pounds for - - 25c Prunes, 13c, 106 and 7c per pound or 2, 3 or 4 pounds for - - - - - 25c The large size is extra fancy. Mince Meat and Raspberry Pie Fruit, 3 packages 25c Heinz bulk Mince Meat," per pound - 15c Peach Evaporated, per pound - - . - 15c Cocoanut, shredded, in bulk, per pound - 18c Fresh Apples, nice pie stock, per peck - - 30c Jellycon, 3 packages and 1 package Custard for - 25c F. D. LADD COMPANY. V. W. JTLAGO,