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THE RAMIE DAILY TIMKS. lUMIE. VT.. SATURDAY. DECKMBKIl 21. 1912.
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The only Baking Powder madefrom
Royal Grape Cream qj Tartar
Read the Label
Alum BaklngPowder will not
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Uraci-li't watches t Purr'.
ChiMmas umbrella t Vuk1h.
TI...H1111 hit tit, useful in nil place
will make a splendid gift, at the N. D,
Phelps Co.
("hritin homlWerrlilcfm see the band
embroidered our at lHc each, at w
Vuuglmn itore.
ltalinni: Vedete il nostra riclamo
sulla pagina died jkt reducione dul pre
ai an tutti Abiti in nostra nrgoxio. Fraulf
Mc liorter Co., Pane, t.
Hitb are a few suaiccstions, all of
which lniike a splendid ififts Coffee per
rolaiors, bread makers, food choppers,
carvimr sets, thermometers, jackkiuves,
mid skates, at thu N. D. Phelps Co.'.
BARRE OPERA HOUSE
P
aviiion
Theater
EXTRA SPECIAL EXTRA I
THE LAMBERT BROTHERS
In a Hand-Balancing and Strong-Man Act -
SHEPPERLY SISTERS
Two Pretty Girli in a Refined Musical Number
PHOTOPLAYS
THE SHUTTLE OF FATE
The thrilling story of a wreck at sea
and the romance developed out of it.
THE REBELLION OF MANDY
A laughable comedy subject.
Open Afternoons 2-30. Evenings 7.
THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT
BRIGADE
"When can their glory fade?
Oh! the wild charge they made."
Show Starts 7. 15
MRS. BEN. J. TASSIE, Pianist.
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS SMALL CHILDREN, 5 CENTS
One Solid Week
Commencing
Monday, Dec. 231 2
Special Matinee Wednesday and Sat
urday
THE THEATRICAL
TREAT OF THE SEASON
Buffinton
Stock Co.'
Ia a Repetoirt of
POPULAR PLAYS
Monday Night
"THORNS AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS"
Tuesday Night
"A ROMANCE OF OLD KENTUCKY"
Wednesday Matinee
"A WOMAN'S REVENGE"
Wednesday Night
"SLAVES OF THE ORIENT"
Thursday Night
"THE RESURRECTION"
. Friday Night
"CAMILLE"
Saturday Matinee
"THE GREAT DIAMOND MYSTERY
Saturday Night
"THE TWO ORPHANS"
Prices roc, aoc, and 30c.
On Sale Saturday Morning.
hristmas-And This Store is Ready ii
TALK OF THE TOWN
Silver deposit ar at Burr's.
Itng and art squares at "IIulu's."
See all the latest bracelets at Burr's.
Aprons, all kinds and prices, at Per
ry's. Lnriit-s' neckwear, the exclusive kind,
at Vaughau's.
Wo have a new lot of kimonos priced
very low at Perry's.
Moccasins and leather top overs for
snowshoeing at Tilden'a.
What better for ChrUtma than
pair of skis? See Tilden's.
Gold pendanta set with diamond and
precious stones, at Burr's.
Ask to see those waists for 91.00 each
in a Christmas box. At Perry's.
For luck, play Hoodies, the new came
for ssla at Drown' drug store.
Slippers or gaiters make sensible sifts.
.see what laden lias before buying.
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plumes for 3U0. Mrs. C. R. Wood
Sweaters! Sweaters! Sweaters!
50c to 8.00, Lamorey Clothing Co.
A Keen Kutter safety rasor or a jark-
knife will more than please him, at the
N. D. Phelps Co.
Italianl: Sulla pngina dieci di aucsto
numero vedete 1' anunziamento del ul
timi ribassi coinprcse tutti Abiti da
I'oino e Giovanetti che aia in negozio.
Frank McWborter Co.
At 11.25, long kimonos, made of hravv
nanncictte, shirred yoke nn sleeves, in
very handsome designs. Worth more
than this. We shall ask you only $1.25
for these kimonos at Perry' on Saturday.
Tamo che per rnglone di salute e cos-
tretto a chindere il businif che trovtsi
nella lavorazioue di Ossola & Dunuhi,
desidera vendcre tutti i ferri maechine,
ecc-Cchi desidera fame eompera, si ri
Volga a lui ed e siciero di fare ottiini
aflari, vendendoli a preizi ridotti. 88
Kailroad street.
aula Glaus' Headquarters
We have supplied your wants in the past. To-day we are better than
ever prepared to please you. We have sold Candy that is always reliable,
pure, sweet, and wholesome. We have the finest line of Fancy Boxes ever
shown before in the city, suitable in size, quality and price to suit young and
old. .
Ribbon Candy, made fresh hourly 15c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c
Mixture Candy 10c lb., or 3 lbs. for 25c
American Mixed, 10 flavors :. . .13c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c
French Mixture ..15c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c
Assorted Chocolates . .. 20c lb., or 3 lbs. for 50c
Extra Fine Mixture .20c lb., or 3 lbs. for 50c
OUR 25c LINE OF CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS IS A GREAT
FAVORITE WITH MANY. FIVE POUNDS FOR $1.00.
Call at our store and see the largest, best and most complete line of
Fresh-Made Candies in the city.
Barre Camdy Mntcliee
JOHN MASCOTT, Proprietor.
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Bouse, barn and one-half acre of land
on Merchant street extension, at a low
price for immediate sale. Price is $350
less than it cost the present owner. You
can keep a cow. hens. etc. here and re
duce the high cost of living. You will
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nave 10 get ousy as mis oner in lur ims
week only. The V. A. Perry Real ts
tate Agency, Barre, Vt.
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Those who put thought into thei Chistmas shop
ping appreciate the fact that gifts of real, lasting
value are those which contribute to the comfort as
well as the beauty of one's daily surroundings. Such
are the useful holiday gifts displayed now in almost
endless variety throughout our entire store. Now
where else can there be found such a collection of use
ful gift articles?
"THE WORRIES OF THE SEASON?"
If this store may play its part during the trying
days that lie between now and Christmas eve if by
perfect, unassuming service and superb assortment for your choosing, it may help
to keep the puzzle wrinkles from your forehead, it will do all we have hoped and
planned to have it do. Gifts of all descriptions are here, delightful, inexpensive
ones for those who must closely reckon the incomings and outgoingssuperbly
rich ones for those who need not count the cost.
We have arranged them conveniently for your inspection our sales force
will find no effort too great, if it helps you in your selection.
FOR CHRISTMAS IN ALL THE WORD MEANS-THIS STORE IS READY
Our display of Chaf
ing Dishes and Sets,
Egg, Sherbet, Bouillon
Sets, Crumb Trays,
Serving Trays, etc., of
fers suggestions that
cannot be duplicated,
in quality and price.
We call vour at
tention to our line of
electric attachment
dishes.
see inose tdectnc
TYiflstpra. a on ft tVint "vU
will please and delight
the whole household.
Our CUT GLASS Department
offers values that will please, j'
Here you will find a large as-
sorcment leso iriecocir
sortment to select from. One
of our specials is this Cut Glass
8-inch Bowl at $3.00.
In choosing a GIFT for your 1
wife, why not a "Duntley" Vac
uum Sweeper? -
Practical and useful gifts are what we want in the home, as well as to give to our
friends. In selecting a Duntley Carpet Sweeper, you will bring happiness to the entire house
hold. Makes house duties easy and a cleaner home. No electric power needed. Use the same
as an ordinary carpet sweeper. Cost3 only $9.75. If your wife is not pleased with it, we will
take it back.
DREAMLAND
THEATRE
STRICTLY REFINED AND MORAL
PHOTOPLAYS
A FEUD IN THE
KENTUCKY HILLS
A strong drama of how the moun
taineers settle affairs of honor
It' a Biograph
BREAD UPON THE
WATERS
The dramatic story of an ex-convict
and his struggle for existence.
LOVE ON TOUGH
LUCK RANCH
A humorous western comedy
Admission Five Cents
TALK OF THE TOWN
Diamonds at Burr's.
Towels and tray cloths, fine values,
Henry W. Knight.
Ladies' fleeced union suits, 11 quality,
just received. IL W. Knight.
Kimono and bath robe special, at the
aughan store.
Warner rust proof and Redfern cor
sets. Henry W. Knight.
Ciordon Riddell, 66 North Main street,
for lockets, chains and brooches.
Gloves! Gloves! Gloves! Gloves-
50c to 15.00, Lamorey Clothing Co.
A fine candv thermometer will more
than please her, ai the N. D. Phelps Co.'s.
Rod el cap! Rodel caps! Rode caps!
the original ones from Austria, $2,
others makes at 50c, Lamorey Clothing
Co.
Mr and Mrs William McKensie of
Granitevillo left the city this afternoon
for Springfield, Mass, where they will
ta&s the holidays with the formers
irother, Andrew McKenzie
Christmas shoppers from points along
the fiarre railroad will be accomodated
with a special train Tuesday evening.
The return trip to Graniteville, Web-
sterville and Last Barre will not be
made until 10 o'clock, thus giving pa,
sengers an hour longer in the city.
Old Age Derives Iti
greatest comfort froi" an independent
ability to supply its wants, and that
service has never more truly expressed
itself than by contracts of life, annuity,
well arranged. National Life Insurance
Company of Vermont. (Mutual.) g. S.
Ballard, general agent, Lawrence build
ing, Montpelier, Vt.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Lockets and chains at Burr's.
Aprons, a new lot, at Perry's; 25c,' 35c,
50c, 60c, 75c.
Ladies' silk and chiffon waists at the
Vaughan store.
"Boy Scout" fobs at Gordon Rid
dell's, 06 North Main street.
We put on sale the second lot of Two-
m-One waists lor fl.OO, at 1'erry s.
Shirts! Shirts! Shirts and Silk Shirts!
50c to $5.0O, Lamorey Clothing Co, ,
Full fur-lined coats, $45 value, 124,
for Saturday only, Lamorey Clothing
Co.
You can get useful holiday gifts for
the whole family at the N. D. Phelps
Co.'s.
"Born in Baltimore. Raised every
where." Gans Brothers' umbrellas. See
them. Henry W. Knight.
L. II. Leland of Goddard seminary left
yesterday for Wbodsville, N. If., where
he will "spend the holidays.
Miss Ethel Burleson of Millers' Falls,
X. Y., arrived in the citv yesterday for
a short visit, going to-day to Moretown,
where she will pass the holidays with
relatives.
likely to bite. lie Invariably loses. So
great Is the Telocity of the water
emerging from the nozzle Id these up
to date power plants tbut an as. n
matter bow keen an edge It may have,
ia whirled from the bands of the stren
uous azman at tbe Instant of contact
with tbe wstej. Tbe water travels nt
pressor of about S00 pounds to tha
square inch in many Instances, and no
power on earth can turn it off at tbe
nozzle once it gains momentum. It bas
tbe sa me effect on one's fingers as a -rough
emery wheel and will sbave a
plunk with tbe nicety of a razor edged
plane. When, as frequently happens,
it Is necessary to shot down a power
plant operated by one of these streams
the nozzle is deflected by means of a
powerful set ot gears. Chicago Record-Herald.
Tha Power of Water.
A sure thing wager sprung on curi
ous visitors by tbe engineers of some
of tbe big water power projects of the
far west la that a 200 pound man,
swinging a four pound az with all bis
might, cannot make a dent in the water
as it emerges from tbe nozzle at the
power bouse. Burying an ax in a
stream of water looks like child's play,
a.nd- the axcresffi. 200. E!iMd.. visitor .1
Dogs That Resemble Bears.
It bas already been noted by scien
tists that certain mountain dogs bav
abapes and assume attributes resem
bling those of a bear. Among these
dogs tbe sbeep dog of the Pyrenees
bears a closer reaemblnnce to the bear
than most others. Although be is sel
dom over twenty inches high, bis bones
are rery massive and his muscles ex
ceptionally developed. His fur is
thick, consisting of long, fine, silky
hair, either black, dun colored or gray.
Ills head ia large and the nose taper
ing, the eyes small, but sharp and
lustrous and his ears always "atten
tive." Tbe toes and tbe base of the
feet are elongated and flat. Tbe tail
very short or even entirely missing,
and by his manner of climbing the
abrupt mountain slopes be may easily
be mistaken for a young bear.
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We should like very much to mention every article of merit that would attract your
attention and oiTer lasting value in filling your Christmas list, but space will not allow it.
A trip to our store and an inspection of goods displayed will satisfy prudent buyers that
we offer only goods of sterling worth and value.
Our name and reputation is your guarantee of high quality and reasonable prices.
GOODS DELIVETED ANY DAY YOU WANT TAEM
fC. H. KEN YON & C0.S Cash Bargain Store j
Only a Few Days
for you to secure your share of the monster bargains in Men's and Boys'
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Gents's Fur Coats, Men's Furnish
ings, Trunks, Bags, etc., at the
FRANK McWHORTER COMPANY'S
GREAT PRICE SLAUGHTERING
SWEEPING OUT SALE
Prices Reduced Every Day on all Odds and Ends
We have about twenty boys' and children's Overcoats, sizes from 4 to 16
years, former prices as high as 10.00, now marked to close them up, some
as low as 75c and your choice of the lot for only $2.97.
Two fine Dress Suits, sizes 1-35, 1-36 at 1-2 former price.
9 small sizes men's Overcoats, 34, 35, 36, former price $12.00 to $18.00,
choice for $6.97. This is where a small man is in luck.
Some odd lots of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Caps, etc., at reduced prices.
The lowest possible prices have been given on Men's Suits and Over
coats and these prices are still in force.
Parents can bring their man-grown boys to this sale and have them fitted out with Suits se
lected from some of these broken lots at less than half price. Make no mistake in the name or
the number ' ,
The Frank McWfoorter Co. s
Great Price-Killing, Sweeping-Out Sale
20 and 22 North Main St Barre, Vermont
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