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THE J)AURE DAILY TIMES. BARKK. VT.. TUESDAY. JAXUARY 2. 1012.
Extra Good Values! 10-4 VVonl-Knann Blankets look and feci like all-wool, and 11-4 at $1.98, 2.25, 2.50, 2.98 and 3.50. Cotton Blankets at 59c, 69c, 79c, 89c, 98c and $1.25. iVT.ieK Pnmfnfti nnf the, nrd.narv kind, but lieht and fluffy, filled with pure cotton, at $1.50, 1.98, 2.50, 2.98, ,3.00, 3.50 and 4.UU. Bed Spreads, fringed, scalloped or hemmed, at $1.25, 1.50. 1.75, 1.98. 2.50 and 3.00. PERRY (D. CAMP. Telephone 258-1 tt 75 Main Street. Barre, Vermott. 4 ....t. IIIIMIIMWW'WW'Mlj!!1 t A Place for Holiday Books Gift books are the affectionate evidence of loyal friends. 1 rrf- r v " 4 CI To the donor's plea to hold a jj place in your memory the books Jj add a mute appeal for kindly care jj and considerate protection. jj CJ Include all your books in this H appeal and house them in a Bookcase which will not only care for them as none ether, can do but will be added attraction to your home. These cases :i fit any niche, nook, corner, or wall space. j CJ They are made in units, each complete in itself, but II a which you can add to as the growth of your needs re- jj II auire and alwavs complete. '- . - . ... r I! tj We supply them in any nnisn or comoination or units desired and it will be a pleasure to have you call jj in and let us show yeu the various styles and finishes. H OUR BEFORE STOCK TAKING l JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE 1 '',.. . Starts . THURSDAY MORNING. See To morrow's Paper For Particulars. ! II B. W. Hooker & Co., tj Vermont's Largest House Furnishers ;nn:n:;u:;:::::::;:?:::n;n;:::::;;;::;::::nn;;nnnn::::nn? :::::::::t:::un::nr tt ;! i ii it REDUCED PRICES on what we have left of our Christmas Stock D. F. Davis, "The Druggist" 262 NORTH MAIN STREET Al! Holiday Goods At Exact Cost The remnants of our holiday stock are placed on sale to-day at actual cost. We prefer to close out the gods now rather than carry them over. Some of the things you wanted for Christmas, but failed to get, you can now buy for yourself at bargain prices. , The sale includes Toilet Sets, Hair Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, Collar Cases, Wallets, Stationery, Perfumes and many other useful articles, at C. H. KENDRICK & CO. DRUGGISTS. 54 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont. TALK OF THE TOWN J. L. Locke of Northflehl was in the city yesterday. , . ' ' R. L. Macy of Northfield was a visitor in tlie city yesterday, C. II. Rowland of Cabot was a visitor in the city yesterday. If you want a pood tailored suit see those Abbott is offering. Abbott is selling a few odd Jap mink scarfs at one-ha If price. A. J. Prescott of Northfield was among the visitors in the city yesterday. Peter M. Dep'atie returned this morn ing from ft few days' visit at his home in Milton. : Mr. and Mr. Hugh McPherson of Kingston, Ont., are visiting friends in the city. Sprague. Drennan has returned home, after a week's visit with relatives in Morrisville. Over the Teacups club will meet with Mrs. W. F. Richardson Thursday after noon at'2:30. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Owens passed New Years' day at the latter's former homo in Northfield. George Ladue returned to Providence, R. I., Inst night, after a short stay with friends in the city. Caxlyle C. Wells returned to Barre last tiight, after having passed a week at his home in Cambridge. ' Thomas Mazm of Quiney, Mass., ar rived in the city yesterday for an ex tended visit witli "friends. John Del Monti returned to North-f-eld this noon, after spending a week with friends in the city. Fred Chatfield, who is employed in Holt's barber shop, visited at his home in Randolph over New Year. Miss Kvalina Coffrin of Waterbury re turned home last night, after a short visit with friends in tlw city. Miss Marion Dole of Korthfield re turned to this city last evening to re sume her studies at Goddard seminary. John Comi of Waterbury, Conn., ar rived in the city last night for a few weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rkarelli of Berlin street. John Lawrence LeClair returned to his 1 school duties in Boston last night, after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter LeClair Mis Jennie Holden, who has been at her home in the city for the past two weeks, left last night for Cambridge, Mass., where she is employed. John Kurtz, one of, the instructors at Goddard seminary, returned last night, r.fter having passed the annual Christ mas vacation at his home in Gettysburg, Pa Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beros and daugh ter, Josephine, of Yergennes, are pass ing a few days in the city as guests of Mr. and Mrs. George L. (See of Cliff street, John E. Hughes, a member of the Spaulding high school faculty, returned last night from Williamstown, Mass., where he has been spending the holi days. Miss Ruby Bartlett of Silver City, M'cx., a student at Goddard seminary, returned to Barre last night, after spend ing the holidays with friends in Brook field, Mass. The Athena club will meet with Mrs. j Yeale, 19 Liberty street, Tuesday even- j mg at 7:30 o clock. It being "red letter evening," Mrs. Y. F. Richardson will talk to the club about her trip abroad. The Woman's United Missionary soci ety of the Methodist church will hold it regular meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. C. L. Bngbee, Wash ington street. It is hoped there will be a full attendance. When people continually keep buying a certain article, it is strong evi dence they are satisfied it's as good as the money will buy. For example, men who first tried the "Laurelo" cigars are regular customers. That proves that the "Laurelo'' is what they want. A 10c smoke for four for 2-c. At Barre Drug Co- corner Main and Merchant streets. DO YOU WANT THE S BEST IN GROCERIES? I I I I I S this brand are selected from ! Try Richelieu Brand Products A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P.. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. Are You G era Our Special Sale Closes January 13, 1912 Those who have availed themselves of the opportunity to get some of the values we arc offering in this clean-up sale have surely got some good values. We make this sale that we may get our. stock as low as possible before inventory; then it puts us in better shape for our spring business, which follows very closely on our inventory sale. Nearly everything goes into this sale at clean-up prices. It is our loss but your gain. Just note the suit values that go into this sale iig Your S bare? W7Hw Am 1 Dress Goods Right, here is where we always have large sales. It's the best time of the whole year to buy Dress Goods. Prices are very- near cost and many kinds where te assortment is broken are below what they cost us to sell. Then again, it's the time of the year that most ladies make up dresses for themselves and the girls. One lot of All AVool Serges in all colors. This has been our most popular cloth at 60o per yard, being so good that the sale on other cloths near this price has been alow. Now for this sale at only, per yard , 45c One lot of 56-inch Repellent in brown mixed, gray mixed and navy. This is the old reliable cloth, made for all purposes and sold from Wk; to 5ac per ' yard. Lit lot we had sold at 60c. Now in this sale at, per yard, only 30o A great cloth for shirts and skirts. One lot of 48-inch Navy and Dark Red Heavy Serges for suits, a $1.00 Serge, now, per yard 70c Two best gelling colors. One lot of heavy 55-inch Coatings, new this season, now to close at, per yard OSd Good for childrens' and ladies' coats. A loss here. To make this the largest Dress Goods sale that we have ever held, we are to discount every piece of Dress Goods in our stock during this 10 days' sale. Silks One lot of Panno Silk. This is a 30e Silk, more the style of a .Pongee. Comes in colors of nile, light blue, black, peril, gray, pink and maize. This sale, per yard 25c These are heavier than Suesine Silk. All of our $1.00 Dress Silks, best styles, now, per yard, at 70c Will sell Waist Patterns at same price. One lot of Persian Silks for waists or trimming. These are $1.00 Silks that we will cut in quantity wanted at, per yard 69c One piece of 35-inch Black Mescaline Silk, our $1.00 irrmla nAw ui a hnrCfftin at. oer v&rd ........... Rf. 1 ' w' - i v -; - One piece Black Yard-wide Satin Feutre. This i a $1.75 Satin, with heavy back, lor skirts. This one piece now, per yard OStf Two pieces 40-inch Rlack Duchess De Soie. This "is a $1.75 Silk that U heavy and very soft. ICs a purchase made last week at far les than cost of manufacture. To say that it came from C K. Hovey A Co. of Ronton makes the quality all right. This is now in our sale at, per yard . .$11.19 Please notice the width one yard four incites wide. At Special Prices One lot of Ladies' Wool Sweaters, broken sizes, that were $350, now to close at half price, $1.50 each. . All Pure Silk $1.25 Ladies' Hose, now 98c per pair. One lot of new styled Royal Worcester Corsets, a $1.50 Cors-t as an advertised leader, at 98c "aeh. One lot of large siise 65c Hand Bags now at 49c each. Ladies' Fur Coats We have a few Fur Coats in medi um and short lengths that we are making prices to close at once. Here are some Coats that we will sell at less than half price to close. They are Short Coats, but will make good warm Priving Coats. At $25.00 we have a couple of Black Pony Coats. These Coats are a medium length. At $2500. At $3000 are two Coats in the very best quality Pony Skin. These are a three-quarters length Coat and a Coat that sold at $40.(Kr. In the full length Coats are some of the best values we ever put out. These are the Coats that are made up with tape-stayed seams and a good interlining. We also carry Misses' Junior sizes in the Pony Coat. Are just the size for small women. Then we have the Ladies' Coats in the odd sizes. Ladies' Furs Here are some pieces of Furs that will surely interest any who are looking for a Muff or Scarf. At $2 98 are a few nice Furs in a good Black Opossum. Are a go--d fur and one that will wear niee'y. Are Furs that sold at $5.25. To close at $2 98. At $2 50 is what we have left in Opossum Muffs that sold at $2.1)8. Now at $2 SO. At $5 98 are a few fine quality Blended Brook Mink Muffs that are among the best values we put out. At $5-98. Ladies' Tailored Suits We have two racks of odd Suits, no two alike. Thes are Suits we have carried through the season, and the cloths are closed or else the manufacturers have dis continued making same; and are now good values at the regular prices. At $7.98 are a few medium-sized Suits in serge. These are Suits that are made in good shape and are a good quality that sold at $12.50. To close now at $7.98 At $9.9.8 we are putting in a number of odd Suits in colors both in plain serges and the novelty cloths. These are Suits of our best makes and qualities that sold at $15.00 and $18.00. In this clean-up sale at only $9-9S At $15-00 are some extra values in Suits that we have only one or two left, are our season's best values in Suits we cannot duplicate. These Suits . are made mostly in serges, but a few are in novelty cloths. Are Suits that have been among; our best values at $22.50 and $25.00. To clean up at $1500 At $18 00 are a few odd Suits in serges that have been our best values at $27.50 and $30.00. Are a few medium sizes to close at $18.00 We have a few Suits in the models and cloths we can duplicate that we will sell at a discount, but cannot duplicate them at less than the regular price, Ladies' Long Coats We have a lot of odd Coats in plain colors and mix tures that we have had sizes on. There are only one or two of a kind left. These we are putting into this clean-up sale to close at one-half the original price. This means you can buy a good Coat that is worth $10.00 for only $5.00, or a Coat that is worth $20.00 for only $10.00. These Coats will go very quickly and you will find them extra values. In the regular stock are a lot of Sample Coats; Coats that we bought under price. Are the best and newest models. A $25.00 Coat we will sell at $20 00, and a few $25.00 Coats to sell at $15 00. Thero are al.-o a few Coats that are regular $18.00 Coats, to close at $14 00. And a few $15.00 Coats to close at $12 50- Ladies' Black Coats In Ladies' Black Coats there are a few odd and Sam ple Coats that are good values and are the season's best style. At $500 are three medium size Coats that are verv good for the money. Are specials we sold for"$ti.50. Now at $5.00 At $9 98 are a few Black Coats in samples that are a regidar $12.50 Coat, only medium sizes. At $9 98 At ft20 00 and $22 50 are a few Sample Coats in black. Arc the best Coats of the season, in a fine broadcloth lined. Are our regular $27.50 and $25.00 Coats. In this sale at . .$20 OO and $22.50 We just received Saturday another lot of those Black Caracul Coats in the fine quality, to sell at $15 00 Wc have a fe of those Hcatherbloom Pcttic.ats left that we arc closing eut at one-half price. Also a few White Waists in Lingerie and Tailored Waists that are selling at one-half price. E DAYLIGHT STORE TH Vegetables canned under 1 : jthe best crops. jThe Green Asparagus Tipj sre rle- licious, per can, only ..... .28c Raspberry or Strawberry Jam, the I ideal i,read for the children's lunch, per jar. 25c Richelieu" Brand Chili Sauce, is If you have not used . UNION COOKING BAGS TRY THEM NOW. If not satisfactory, we will return your money. C. N. Kenyon & Co.'s Cash Bargain Store. exactly the kind, per bottle, 20c elegant, per 18c I I I ! Oyster Cocktail is bottle ! Salad Dressinc, per bottle .... 25c "Green Mountain Brand"Smoked I Shoulder, per pound 15c Breakfast Bacon in chunks that I weigh from four to six pounds each, per pound. 18c .... 14c I I i ! i j 1 I I I 25c I j Sausage, per pounds....... Made from fresh meat. I all pork j I Aberdeen Beef Sausage, lb. ,.10c j : j Grape Fruit, three for Oranges, per dozen, 25c and 35c . . - I Dates, three pounds tor. . . . . oc I Bananas, per dozen 25c j .40c! I th.ee boxes for. 25c I i i SMITH & CUMINGS! I rnnn Tntvr.t Tfl PIT I i 5 Fresh Eggs, per dozen. TALK OF THE TOWTN Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Phelps returned Sunday night from a trip to Boston. II. P. Sanders of White River Junction was a visitor in the city yesterday. Louis Tonazzi retmned home to-day, after passing the holidays at his former home in Milford, Mass. J. Edward Ward returned this morn irnr after spending New Year's at the . . I .. TT 11. -J home of his nrotner, . . vtmu. Mrs. Porter Flynn returned this morn ing to her homo in Rutland, after a week's visit-with friends in the city. Lathrop Tike, who has been spending ten days in the city on business, left Inst night for his home in Hinsdale, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Ladd and children returned home last night, after having visited friends in Waterbury over New Year'. Did you ever try a Mentholette for your cough If not, do so. They are the best ever. 5c a package at Davis' drug store. The ladies of the Plainlield club will meet at the hospital Wednesday after noon at 2 o'clock to sew. Let all be present. The regular meeting of the L. C. B. A branch 1105, will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 at K. of C. hall. In stallation of officers. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Orasse returned this morning to their home in Iberville, P. Q., after passing New .Year's with relatives in the city. If it is a nice canary you wish to give some friend for Christmas, you will find nice singers, also females to raise from, either singly or in pairs, at Mrs. George E. C. Whea ton's. Tel. 386-1 1. Don't fail to secure your season tick ets for the greatest lecture course ever held in Barre, under the auspices of the national Socialist party. Season tickets ?1 each and tl value in literature gaca with each ticket. Y'our choice of books, papers or magazines. Ticket for sale by John T. Callaghan. Rev. George F. Fortier of Rutland, state superintendent of L'niversali't churches, left this morning for his home in Rutland, after having attended the annual meeting of the Universalist church in this city last evening. Rev. Mr. Fortier will conduct the regular services at the local church next Sunday. TALK OF THE TOWN Clyde Swift of Woodstock visited friends in the city over New Year's. Walter Geddes has entered the print ing office of N. J. Roberts as an appren tice. Tickets lor the Socialist Lyceum course are on sale at Kendrick's drug store. John Hardigan returned Inst night from a several days' trip to Boston and vicinity. Fred W. Burnham and Frederic Ed wards returned last night from a holiday vacation spent in Bermuda. Regular meeting of Bright Star Re bekah lodge on Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Per order N. G. Benjamin Barrett of Cabot was a vis itor in the city last night on his way back to Randolph Center, where he is enrolled as a student at the state agri cultural school. Miss Kthel Wishart of Camp street, who is taking a vacation from her duties as cashier in Eastman Bros.' store, left Saturday for a visit with friends in Boston and vicinity. Two corking acts of vaudeville opened a three days' engagement at the opera house yesterday. "Duffy and May,'' in a balancing, juggling and gymnastic act, present one of thebest and cleanest nov elties now appearing in picture houses in New England, Mr. Duffy doing some hair-raising stunts on a swinging trapeze, while standing on his head on the bar and with no supports of any kind, while Miss May, the lady appear ing with Mr. Duffy, does a number of remarkable feats of juggling while bal ancing on a revolving glole". "Clayton and Lennie," called the "happy chap pie" and the "English hick," is a great singing and comedy skit. They kept the audience laughing all the time they were on the stage. The pictures were all good yesterday. If you did not see those acts yesterday, "better look them over. New pictures are shown every day. f JiEKT CORRECT Mil tOO iff U'pSfr same mum: A Happy N ew I ear As it is impossible to see each customer, we desire to extend to you our best wishes for the coming year, and to thank you for your continued confidence and patronage during the last year, which you have helped to make one of our best. The large volume of business which we have handled enables us to purchase goods in large quantities and at the lowest possible prices. As retail prices are determined at a fixed percentage above cost, the low pur chase price means a lower price to our customers on high-class goods. We are greatly increasing our facilities, with larger refrigerators, new ovens, and more than double our former space in our bakery, an ammonia cooling system, and better accommodations for our store trade, having confidence that in the future, as in the past, the people of Barre will appreciate our endeavor to serve them. We thank you!. THE F. D. 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