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Till: RAIIKK DAILY TIMES, HAHKK. VT.. vaSATUUDAY. DECK M HER 21. 1912.
A Jewel in a Gold Case Our display of articles suitable for Christmas Gifts is larger and more select than ever. Inspect our goods and then compare quality and prices. Our specialty articles from $2.00 to $10.00. F. E. BURR Telephone 31-3 114 North Main Street Christmas Savings Club Answers to Questions We Have Been Asked About It t t WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB? The purpose is to help you and oth 3T8 accumulate a fund for ChribtmaH. IN WHAT MANNER DOES THE CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB AC COMPLISH THIS PURPOSE? By each member paying in a small sum each week for 50 weeks. Two weeks before- Chrintmas each member will receive the total amount paid in with 2 per cent, interest. DOES EVERYBODY PAY IN THE ' SAME AMOUNT? No. There are three classes and numbered respectively 1, 2, and 5. The payments are different in each class. WHAT ARE THE PAYMENTS IN CLASS i? . The payments are lc the first week, 2c the 2d week, 3e the 3d week, and so on tor 50 weeks, mnking the pay ment for the last week 50 cents. DO THE PAYMENTS IN THE OTH ER CLASSES PROGRESS THE SAME WAY? They do. The only difference is that in class 2 the first payment is 2 cents the first week, 4c the 2d week, 6c the. 3d week, and bo on for 50 weeks. m ciass o me nrsi payment is o eenta the 1st week, 10c the 2d week. 15c the 3d week, and so on for 50 weeks. IS THERE A MEMBERSHIP FEE OR IS THERE ANY COST TO JOIN? No. . WHAT DO I DO TO BECOME A MEMBER? All that is necessary is to go to the Barre (Savings Hank & Truiit Com pany, ask to be enrolled as a member and make the first week's payment or more, WHAT WILL THE FIRST PAY MENT BE? It will be lc, 2c or 5c, according to the class you join. HOW ARE THE PAYMENTS TO BE MADE? Weekly or in advance for as many weeks as you desire. WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF I CAN NOT KEEP UP MY PAYMENTS OR DISCONTINUE? You may discontinue for any rea son at anytime, and at the period when the club closes, you will get a check for all you have paid in, but in such a case no interest will be al lowed. WHEN AND HOW CAN I WITH DRAW? Under no circumstances will anv withdrawals, either in whole or in part, be allowed. What you deposit will be held for you until two weeks before Christmas. WHAT FORM OF RECEIPT DO I GET WHEN I MAKE PAYMENTS? For every week paid you will re ceive a small receipt in coupon form, which you will keep in the envelope we give you when the account is opened. WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF MY J COUPON RECEIPTS WERE LOST, STOLEN OR DESTROYED? As we have a complete record of the payments of every member, we will pay your share to you, whether you have the receipts or not. The receipts are of value to you only for the purpose of verifying our records. CAN I REVERSE THE PAYMENTS? You can and by doing so you will have your payment grow less every week and your money will earn twice as much interest. WORK ENDED FOR PRESENT! i T '1-1. TT T HIT i. ljuirisiaiors nave Lit ivioui 1 TT-1J. 1 T ; ! peucr lur xxouuav ivccess of Two Weeks HOLIDAY GOODS Waiting For You at KENDRICK'S DRUG STORE RETURNING TO WORK ON JANUARY 6 Little of Importance Was Done Yesterday After noon CAN I BECOME A' MEMBER OF MORE THAN ONE CLASS? Yes; you can join one or all of the classes. WHEN CAN 1 JOIN? You can join any day next week beginning Thursday, December 26. f BARRE SAVINGS BANK &TRUST CO. Barre, Vermont How land Building :::::::::::::::;:u::nu:t:y:s::n::n:::ann:nin:nr CANDY FOR CHRISTMAS Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without l Candy. Of course, you want the best, and you want to buy it at the right price. We have fj just received a fresh shipment of daintily I boxed, delicious Candy. Our assortment of I Christmas Candies is so varied in style and l price that it must appeal to the discriminating g taste and satisfy the most limited purse. You will find just the Candy you want at our store. We have Huyler's in V-Ib., 1-Ib., 2-Ib., I lb. We have Foss' in Mrtb., 1-Ib., 2-lb., and 1 State Ilouse, Dec. 21 The Capitol was all but deserted to day following the adjournment of thu legislature late yesterday tor tne Holi day recess. The legislators will come back January 0 to resume their ses sion. A Jew members will Do m .Mont pelier during the recess, putting their committee work In order. Each branch put in considerable work yesterday afternoon and cleaned up con sulerable matter. In the House a new bill was introduced by the joint com mittee on game and fisheries, as a sub stitute for House lull 304, an bet codi fying the fish and game law. The prin- , cipal changes are in reiution to deer, which shall bo "captured and taken" instead of "hunted and killed ; trout season to be from April 15 to Sentcni bcr 1. Die bill was ordered to lie and be printed. ihe Uouse passed the following mess ures: li., 413, an act relating to tne licensing of pawnbrokers; II. 4311, re luting to burial permits; S. 04, relating to investments bv savings banks and trust companies; .s, ion, relating to ar rests in actions founded on contracts, Third reading was ordered on the fol lowing measures: To regulate the op eration of automobiles and motor ve hides; to provide for the publication or state papers; relating to the dis qualificatoin of candidates for election to the general assembly; relating to the traffic in intoxicating liquor; pro viding lor the publicity ot campaign re ceipts and expenditures; to incorporate tne " ureen a corner Cemetery associa tion; relating to hours of employment ot women and children in manufactur ng and mechanical establishments, lim itmg to S8 hours; incorporating the Randolph Ravines Hank Sl 1 rust to. Ihe speaker announced the 'following special committees: lo take under con sideration the suggestions contained in . i, . . , r i . . i m. Mr. iToctor, air. Watson ol M. Albans and Mr. Jose of Johnson: in consider the possibility of the consolidation of state commissioners, Mr. Took of Lyn-! don, Mr. Tomlinson of Bolton and Air. Conn nf v0n,,ufl.i,i . ,,.,.!...... M l.kllt lOlll lU, IV 4,1 IV j tne payment bv tne state of a pension to v. C. MeGinnlns, Mr, Jose of John- j son, Mr. Hulett of Rutland, Mr. Brigham i oi raaiorci. Mr. Hfmcrood of Peru intrrwlii(v.t 9 I resolution providing that a commission nf 4Ka l.n , .;...! I L .. ... v. imcc i' api'iMiiLt-u nie prut cri nur 10 report 10 mm, tnrec months before the session of the next legislature, any plans which they would propose for any reforms in system of legislation; such commission to serve without remunera tion. The House refused to order the resloution to lie, as moved . by Mr. Hapgood, and refused to adopt the same. wiring tne aiternoon the Senate re ceived many bills from the House and referred them to the committees. It passed the bills relating to amendments in civil eases, relating to fifth-class li censes and to pay D. L. Morgan, while the House bill prohibiting the holding of public offices by persons engaged in the liquor trade was ordered to lie. . Ihe following measures were ordered to a third reading: Making appropria tion for Brattleboro Retreat; providing for continuation of investigation of wat er powers; to provide a home for orphan children; relating to duties of road com missioner was refused a third reading; relating to Rutland Tidewater Rail road Co.; relating to the taxation of express rompntiies; relating to dogs damage to sheep; relating to appoint ment of non-resident executors, adminis trators and trustees; providing a board visitors and trustees; providing a board of visitors for Middlebnry rol- 1 . - 11 - . . Kc jMuiiiiiiig "r collection Ol (ICIin uent taxes in Eden; amending act to incorporate Wallingford Water Co. It was stated that the flat rate bill would have met defeat Thursday after noon had not Sens tor Babbitt come to the rescue and moved to order it to lie and it ia said that he had 19 pledged men who would vote to kill the bill it came to the Senate from the House, but who favored softie other kind of a bill. It is believed thnt when the work is again commenced there will be considerable trouble over this bill Some Minor Appointments. Gov. Fletcher has made the follow ing appointments: Hoard of veterinary examiners, George Stevens of Hartford and Robert Weir, of Rutland. Commission to procure and erect mon ument to Gen. William Wells and of ficer and ' soldiers of the Kirst Ver mont cavalry, Barney Decker of Dan by, Seymour H. Wood of St. Albans, George McKride of Burlington, John E. McCh llan of Plymouth, Heury O. Wheel er Burlington. An amendment to the state fair ap propriation bill, rutting down the amount from flO.OO to ..000 was de feated and the bill as paed appropri ates 110,0.00. as heretofore. HAND MIRRORS Hand Mirrors, made with the best quality plate glass, backs of celluloid, genuine and imitation ebony, and Parisian ivory. Long handles or ring handles. A great variety of sizes. Prices ...50c to $3.00 MANICURE SETS Handsome Manicure Sets in cases, in great variety, at dif ferent prices 75c to $4.00 Also individual pieces of finest manufacture. FOUNTAIN PENS A Fountain Pen is the busy man's or woman's companion. We guarantee those we sell to be first class. Prices differ sufficiently to afford one for every user. Prices $1.00 to $6.00 Moore's Non-Leakable and Paul E. Wirt's, $1.00 to $6.00 ONLY A FEW MORE SHOPPING DAYS We start the last week of holiday business with a very full assortment. Early buying has been large but goods have sold evenly. This w:ek buyers will wish to economize time.nd they can do It by coming here, The list belcw gives an idea of the assortment Plenty of other things that are not mentioned. Hand Bags Hair Brushes Confectionery Perfumes Fountain Pens GIFTS FOR LADIES Pocketbooks Stationery Toilet Sets Cut Glass Manicure Sets Card Cases, etc. Toilet Articles Mirrors Toilet Waters Cigars Pocketbooks Safety Razors Shaving Mugs Playing Cards GIFTS FOR MEN Smoking Sets Lather Brushes Cigar Cases Ash Trays Clothes Brushes Hat Brushes, etc. Fountain Pens Razor Strops Cigar Holders Traveling Cases Military Brushes ABOUT PRICES LADIES' HAND BAGS An entirely new stock of this season's goods. Whatever you select here will be right and the style. Prices .... $1.50 to $5.00 SAFETY RAZORS Our stock includes the com plete Razors with only one blade, and full sets, in hand some cases, at all prices. Gems for $1.00 Ever Ready 1.00 Keen Kutter 3.50 Gillette $5.00 to $8.00 Auto Strop 5.00 HOT ODA Always Hot Chocolate 5c Beef Tea 5c Tomato Bouillon 5c Malted Milk 5c Egg and Milk ......... 10c BARGAIN A few boxes of Stationery left from last year, regular price 50c. Now 23c ATWOOD'S BITTERS 25 GLOBE PILLS .25 CASTOR1A .35 SYRUP FIGS 50 FATHER JOHN'S fl.00 lXUX'S PILLS 50 SWAMP-ROOT 1.00 CUT1CURA SOAP 25 GARFIELD TEA 25 BEECHAM'S PILLS 25 FELLOWS' SYR. HYrOPHOS. 1.50 SCOTT'S EMULSION" 1.00 LIVER SALTS .75 HORLTCRVS MALTED MILK 1.00 HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA 1.00 MINARDS LINIMENT 25 SAL HEPATICA .25 LYD1A PINKIIAM'S ...$1.00 $071 DAN DERI NE 50 .41 MUNYON'8 PAW PAW ;. 1.00 .65 FOLEY'S KIDNEY REM. 1.00 .65 PERUNA $1.00 .69 MILK SUGAR, MERCK'S .40 3 for $1.00 DTA PEPSIN .50 i3R SHOUP'S RHEUMATIC 1.00 .69 DEWITT'S KIDNEY PILLS 1.00 .69 1IERPICILE HAIR TONIC 1.00 .69 M ELLEN'S FOOD .75 .59 BAKING SODA 3c per lb. CREAM TARTAR . gc per lb. SULPHUR ...5c per lb. .17 .15 .23 .39 -71 .39 .69 .20 .17 .17 105 69 .50 .75 .76 .17 21 STATIONERY We have many beautiful and useful gifts in this line. Fancy Box Papers with holly decorations. Prices 25c to $1-50 PERFUMES Perfumes are always in wide demand at holiday time, and this is the time that qual ity should be insisted upon. We have an immense stock of Perfumes and it includes the finest odors of the best per fumers. Colgate's, Rick seeker's, Hudnut's, Roger & Gallett's, and many others, in bulk and in packages. GOLD FISH AND AQUARIUMS Medium size Fish ...2 for 25c Small size Fish 3 for 25c Aquariums, 1 gallon 75c Aquariums, 3 gallon $2.00 Aquariums, 2 gallon ....................... , . $1.25 JAPANESE DANCING MICE, per pair $1.50 IET US ORDER YOUR MAGAZINES Orders for magazines to begin with January issues should be placed at once so that there may be no delay in receiving the first copy. We meet or beat any club offer nude. We can handle subscriptions for any perodical published and on nearly all ol tnem can save yeu money, uo it New! CUT GLASS When you buy Cut Glass, you want the finest. This ar ticle differs, like everything else. We have superb speci mens from the best makers in the land. Prices are reason able, as those who are posted on Cut Glass will recognize. Prices 75c to $5.00 CHOICE CANDIES You will want Confection ery, and it is fitting that you have something extra good. We have Red and Green Choc olates in packages of all sizes. 60c and 80c lb. We also have cheaper, but equally pure Candies for those who wish them. Agency for Whitman's Confections PARISIAN IVORY Hair Brushes, Combs and Mirrors, in individual pieces and in sets with beautiful boxes. Prices from . . 50c to $3.00 Sets ........$1.50 to $4.50 See them before you buy. KENDRICK'S DRUG STORE and 3- 8 s lb., packed in pretty boxes and baskets. The goods are right and the prices are p right I We will pack for you to send by mail or fj 0 express, if you say so. M. W. f A. p liall Saturday, lee. 21. Riloya full or chetra. (rt-nt, 5ir; ladies, free. BEGIN THE MEW TEAR RIGHT v rrrjDio mi DROWN'S DRUG STORE IGSS -.I .1IIM.I .WUIIIIIIIIIJIIII HI ...JM J ' ft 4 s'l K " 1 .' f 1 f t k tf j Y - iy v - x f - ? . - c ' I . f K Y l- ' t'. ' f ' Vk' ,.-.-. -x . '" ' I 1 . AMUSEMENT NOTES. Buffinton Stock Company at Barre Opera House All Next Week. Indications are that a full house will greet the Itafiiaton Stock company when tliey open their engagement at the opera house next Monday, This is one of the few companies to which the suspicion of ."eheapne" cannot attach because of their popular prices. Throughout the country, and for a (feneration, their rep utation hat keen of the lct, and origi nality has always characterized their playa. Very general acceptance of the special oiler to ladies prevail, and the audience promises to lie largely com posed of the fair sex. Adv. AN INTERRUPTION Br ANNABEL BR1NSMADE a day before meala," but told her moth er that he could And no organic dls ease. He thought that change of scent might be beneficial, bat the Margot -could not afford to take the patient away. Besides, she enld she didn't enre to go away. The doctor suggested that there might be a yonng man In the case, but Mra. Mnrgnt declared that her daughter had nerer shown any pref erences for any of her male acquaint ances. To this the doctor replied that first love on the part of a young girl from sixteen to twenty was apt to as suroe very singular forms. lie bad treated cases of supposed physical mal ady which eventually had turned oul to be simply lovexickness. One of his patients had shown signs of a break Ing down In health simply because she could not make up ber mind between two suitors and had finally eloped with a third, to whom her parent bad no ol jpctlon whatever. One morning when the good lady went into her daughter's room with the usual toast and coffee she woold dren-said that Betty had not been properly brought up and had gone tc the bad. One day a fresh impetus wns given to these conjectures by the discovery of a body of n woman In the river. II wns bloated beyond recognition, but U wns about Betty's height, and the hnii was about the same color ns hers. The consensus of opinion was thnt It was her remains; thnt In ft fit of temporar Insanity she hnd escaped from borne and drowned herself. The sight was so awful thnt the parents were per suaded not to look at it. An nnder taker prepared It for burial, and th! brings us to the beginning of our story, which Is also the end. Tersons were asHenililiiig at the Mar got home to pay their lust respects to the dead. The clergyman had arrived, the undertaker was going uliont with soft trend giving directions In a roodn. tated voice, when a young man nuil woman turned n corner and caught a view of the hearse nnd carriage . standing before the door. The lady SAM BARLOW With the Rumntnn Stock Company, at the Opera Uuuee All Xext Wef'k 48 No-tK Main Street Barre, Vermon!. ;: iwk I In idi ui for tmwm wit mal Michigan Election Lest by Suffrage. Ijir.oing. Mich., IVc. 21. Accord to th final rturn a rnved by tlie tte l-ord r.f f-mn T, tie eiial mf fiace nirlmi)t lnt im Miibigaa l m tmjoi ts of TJ. rrepnrarions were Iielng made for a funeral In the Mnrgot family. The boily of Betty M argot, aged eighteen, was to be burled at 11 o'clock, and It was now 10. A greet deal of sympathy was shown the family, for there were very sad circumstances attending the not permit Betty to arise before 11 1 b(It yg the two urUed thett o'clock-the room was empty. 1 lie bed fo the hm)(ie of fnp funernl. Tha naa not Been slept in. i no ingnieneu matron rushed from the room, railing her dangbter wildly. The household. Betty excepted, responded, and even tually the whole town was roused. The day passed with no word from seen her go. Every village in ine neighborhood received telephone me sages describing Betty's personal ap- clergyman was mentioning some lovely traits of the deceased when the etiiel mourners nttered nn exclamation of surprise and made a tiolt for the ball, where stood the newcomers. "Oh. Betty!" exclaimed lioth father and mother In a breath. The obsequies were discontinued on account of the appearance of the ob ject for which they were held, and a great relief, a great Joy. reigned In rr,nw fHH' ,i.oti. in t.nt i ,. ! Uie missing gin. Me mnst nave e-1 ldered case of suicide. Parted ,n ,h nBht. 1oT 00 on n"d ahrait rear twrora ntt hn "een her go. Every vfllnge In show signs of despondency. She bad left ar-hfwl mnA wna tv.il. a lit. a octal position among the yonng people rarnnp' B(I qoirlng ir j sue naa neen j theJr ten(1 Th). WQ ittjr-, e,pUna of the town In which she Uved. Uci j een- Ail her relatives far and neai were nonnea. roi a noijriut iu "George came rrom any pomr. Mrs. Margot. after she became c far calmed as to express an pink ot the cause of her dangbter departure, eld she believed that Betty's mind mother, partly to divert ber from bet condition of mind, did what she could to Induce her to do so. Betty did not refnse to go among three of bet owa age. but when with them. Instead of being the bright, cheery girl of a year before, ahe was listlens. The youni men and maidens who bad grown up with ber endeavored ror awhile tc draw ber from ber lethargy, tint. And Ing their efforts futile, at last gave up trying. The family physician was. of course consulted. He talked with Betty, ask ed her a great many qnet1ons. pre- crlbed a tonic to taken "three timet met me when I was a schoolgirl, and we loved. Then that horrid Kate Baxter came between ns. and for a long while I waa aVrakl she'd get him away from me. But one day he wrote soe that ahe bad been telling bad been affected tbrongh some dls ! -hout n)J . to r ease which "that stupid doctor" bad and give ber a piece of my mind. The rouea to aiscover. ioe pro,,. , WM Gforw Md , tboogtt town had many and divers opinions Wf.d Uner IUJniei. w. Mrs. Grtffln. across the street wh bad . heard Mrs, Margot an Impatient ex i rltable woman scold her daucbter ! averred that the latter bad been driven. away by cmelty. Some of the nelch Tbe doctor's diagnosis of the rase was. "Tbe insanity of jorenlle love." i t:5J.a hTja-tilltedVrs UVhv Ot CbU I lnitt to. TeL 49-XL W1 deHverH. Tbe Taited Utea