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THE 11AHKK DAILY TIMES, 11AHHK, VT., 3 1 OX DAY, JANUARY 20. 1913.
3 Standard Fashion Book for Spring The Season's Style Record 20c (including any Standard Pattern Free) 30c by mail This splendidly illustrated periodical is published ev ery quarter, just when you are planning the new season's clothes. You can select your whole wardrobe from its pages. With every copy you get any Standard Pattern free. , Standard Embroideries 20c (including any Standard Transfer Pattern Free) By mail 25c The Standard Embroidery Book shows you how to do embroidery, knitting and all kinds of art needle work. With every copy any Stadnard Transfer Pattern free. The Designer for February, 10c per copy. TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY a CAMP. 75 North Mail Street Barre, Yennent TALK OF THE TOWN Now is the time to buy your sheeting and pillow slips. At Vaughan's. Meeting of L. A., A, t 7:30 in K. 0. II., to-night of C. hall. Business of importance. William Marr returned yesterday from his trip to Denver, where he went to attend the funeral of his brother, Charles. Killed by Taxi in Aberdeen. The following clipping from an Aber at 134 Holburn street, was crossing that Scotch residents of Barre: A taxicab accident, attended with fatal results, occurred in Aberdeen on Saturday afternoon. Airs. M'Pherson (74), widow, residing at 134 Holburn tsreet. was crossing that thoroughfare about five o'clock in the afternoon, when she stepped in front of a taxi-cab belonging to the Aberdeen riding academy, and driven by Walter C'ruicksnank, taxi-cab driver, 13 JIar tington road. She was knocked down and rendered unconscious. She was taken in the taxi-cab to the Koval in firmary, where she died Bhortly after 10 o clock at night. Krom descriptions of the accident by witnesses, it seems that Sirs. MTheraon came out of her house, and the driver of the taxi observing her intention to cross the street, slowed up, but went on again on seeing her stop, unfortunately, how ever, she left the pavement suddenly, and stepped in front of the cab, with the lamentable result stated. TALK OF THE TOWN Our Business Is Based Strictly upon the idea of supplying all of the time a nice, mutual, scientific life in surance service at lowest cost. Others also supply it, but we invite compari son on merit, by which we mean con dition of assets, actual practice and low net cost. National Life Ins., Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building, Montpelier; Vt. See to-day's sale of 37 l-2c silks at ADlKttS. Only two more days left of our clear ance sale. ' At Yaughan's. Nothing marked up to mark down. Each piece bears its original price .tag, at Hooker's red tag sale. Mrs. John Kelley went to Waterbury this morning to visit her father, M. L. Dillingham, who is quite ill. Victrolas and records sold on easy terms at Bailey's Music Kooms, City. If. J. LaRoe, local manager. Sheriff V. A. Dillingham of Water bury Center was a guest of his sigter, Mrs. John Kelley, of the west hill, last Friday. j Mr. and Mrs. Midor Licha have re-, turned to Waterbury, after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Kelley of Barre Town. To reduce our large stock of popular sheet music, wo will sell for the balance of this week at the following prices: Single copies, 14c; two copies, 25c; nine copies for $1. Bailey's Music Booms. Regular meeting of lumpers, boxers and derickmen'a union, No. 50, will be held in carpenters' hall Wednesday even ing, Jan. 22, at 7:30. Important busi ness. Per order Cor, Sec. Thomas Hold er. , A special sale of slightly used and second hand pianos and organs for ten days only. ,A few of the special bar gains are as follows: One good upright piano at $165; one square piano at $33, and some good bargains in organs from $10. to ?25. Plenty of goods to select from. Come early. Bailey's Music Kooms, 14 Elra street, City. Phone 22 W, H. J. LaKoe, local manager. Regular convocation of Granite chapter, No. 26, R. A. M., Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, . Special this week, final mark down on ! wiiiiit guoiiH. jirnry v. rtiiigm. I '.. .... ...II;.... uU ihaV liai'ji litft 111 ...11 f.if.. ut .iiM.liulf lirll'O. The sale of the year, Hooker's red ' tag sale. Jim one you have been wan ing for. J, J. McCabe of Burlington is passing I several days in Barre and vicinity on htiMinens. i A. I. Castle returned home to-day,- after a visit of several days with rela tives in Burlington. W. W. Perkins returned Saturday to his home in Bethel, after passing a few days in the city on buniiir. George L. Morse returned Saturday to Ins home In Milton, utter passing sev eral days in the city on business. Goods advertised in our Saturday sale will be sold at the same price this even ing from 0 to 8 p. in. At Vaughan's. Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Reynolds returned to their home in Burlington this fore noon, after a week-end visit with friends in the city. Over 00 couples attended the dance held in Miles' hall Saturday evening under the auspices of the Barre opera house orchestra. Make plans to attend the Newman Dramatic clubs production of iniio- mena," a lour-act orama, at me opera house Wednesday night. Alexander Anderson of Hill street, who has been spending several months in ' Buffalo, N. Y., arrived home Saturday to spend the remainder of the winter. Mrs. C. N. Benedict left this morning for hast Montpelier, where she will serve the supper in connection with the annual dance to-morrow night. Mie will return Wednesday. The Philoniathian club will meet with Miss Evelyn Phelps, 2 Academy street, j for domestic science luesday evening at i tt o'clock. Anv member unable to be present i asked to notify the commit tee. The costumes to be worn by the mem- bers of the Newman Dramatic club in the drama, "Philomena," Wednesday evening at the opera house, were used in the Hudson-Fulton celebration last spring. Charles A. Brown of Cliff street left yesterday on a business trip through western ,ew ) ork and parts of the middle West in the interests ot the granite firm of Brown, Carroll & Co. The condition of Lucius Provencher, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Provencher of 47 Summer street, who underwent an operation at the City hos pital Thursday, was reported to be im proving steadily to-day. Fred L. Puge returned home las-t night I from a great mass convention and meet ing of the national prohibition commit tee, held in Indianapolis, Ind., where plans were outlined for the next four I years or tne greatest real progressive movement in the history of the United States. V HHOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. i f - x mAFh i i -v w it if ' 1 ' w ,n t v Mm & I Pi Our Inventory Clean-up Week! We are putting out some values in nearly every department that will surely interest any who are looking for good serviceable winter mer chandise. This is not merchandise that is old or out of style, but good, clean, up-to-date goods, where the lots and sizes are broken. And then, we are anxious to get our stock reduced to the lowest point this week before we finish our stock taking. In our Garment Department you will find val ues that are worth double the price asked for them, and this year this chance comes before we have had any winter weather. These are not old garments carried from season to season, but this season's newgoods that we are to clean up while the style is the best. We have some extra good values in Ladies' Fur Scarfs that we are putting into this clean-up sale at one-half price. If you want a good fur, you should see these values. WILLIAMSTOWN. The circular conference meets in the Congregational church to-morrow, when Rev. .1. Frank Locke of Brookfleld and Rev. 'John L.' Lawrence of Chelsea will be among the speakers. Sessions will be held at 10:43 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. The ladies of the church will serve din ner In the parlors. LAOIES' TAILORED SO In the suit department are many exceptional good values. We have a number of Suit values that are the best, that we are now putting out at just one-half the former price. When you can buy a good warm tail ored suit, made in the latest fash iou and of tho season's best cloths, at one-half the original price, you bave nothing to lose, but a cha'nee to make a good saving. These values are in the better qual ity Suits, making a much better value for the trade. In this half price Suit sale are a few Suits that sold at $20.00. This means you van get an extra good Suit at ijilOOO; this is less than what the cloth would cost alone. At $11-25 are a few odd Suits in the season's best values in serges and a few mixed cloths. Are our regular $22.50 suits, to close at one half price, - At $12-50 are a few serge and whipcord Suits in the season best styles, and in colors and cloths that are the best. These are our regular $25.00 Suits. At $13. 75 are a number of good Suit values; are Suits that are made of a good weight, mostly mixture and serges. These are our season's best values that sold at $27.00. To clean up at one-half price. At $15 00 are a few odd Suits in different cloths and styles; are our best values that sold at $30.00. If you want a good Suit you surely should look over these values. CHILDREN'S WARM GOATS At one-half price are a lot of Chil dren's full length warm Coats. There are our season's best Coat values that sold at from $5.7 to $12.00; are Coats that are made from an all wool fabric of heavy cloaking, mak ing a very warm serviceable Coat at a small price. We are making these prices on good merchandise to get our stock reduced as low as possible before we begin to take down stock. We must have the cash to put into our new spring stock. At $3 88 are a few Misses' odd Coats in sizes from 8 to 14 years that are extra values on Coats that soil at $7.75. At $438 are a few odd Coats in the same sixes as above in styles and cloths that are the best. These Coats sold at $8.75 and were good values. At $5.O0 are a few odd Coats in 10 and 12 yur sir.es; are a good warm Coat in the season's best val ues that sold at $10.00. At $6 00 are a few Coat values in the large sizes; are Coats that sold at $12.00. At one-half price are what are left In a few odd Misses' Junior Coats. These are Coats that are made in styles similar to the Ladies' Coats, and are sold a great deal to small women. We also have' one rack of Ladies' Coats in the smalt and medium sizes that are extra good values; are Coats we are selling at one-half price to clean up stock. Here are some extra good values. Last Gall!' REKNANTS This week finishes our stocking taking. This means that we have been over every piece of goods in our store. It is also needless to say that all odd lots and all remnants are now on our tables for a final clean up. ' This stock taking comes but once each year, so that this week is the last chance at this kind of a sale for one whole year. You should make several visits to our stort this week. It will pay you. Everything is out on tables so that you can look them over with out feeling yourself in any obliga tion to the sales people. There are remnants here from all parts of the store. There are lots of odd pieces that will be sold at but part of their j regular prices. Remnants of Laces- and Iiamburgs, remnants of (.iinghams and Dress Goods, remnants from all depart ments in our store. A nice lot of Sheets and Billow Slips to close in this sale. SILKS Here is the bargain of tho year. All of our odd pieces of figured Silks, all of our 18-inch Messaline and all odd lots of Taffeta Silks. These were from 00c up to $1.00. All of the figured Silks were from 87c to $1.00 per yard;, now your choice of the lot if taken this week at only 37 l-2e per yard. See these in our window. Next week will be too late. One lot of lSinch 70c Taffeta Silks in colors and white. Now to close at 37 l-2c per yard. All very short pieces of silks now on otir remnant table. 000 LOTS AH of our Aviation Caps and Hats in this sale to close out. One lot of Worsted Tarns in red black, white and slate. These are perfectly fresh and clean, 50c values. To close out 19c each. One lot of Children's Felt and Pat ent Leather 50c Hats in red, brown and navy, to close at 19c each. On our Remnant Table are some good values in yard goods from every department. lnesu aiv siiui i leuguts, m uic ocaawi o ucat yuuus, mat are marKea ax aoout one-nan price or less, and there are being new values added each day as the stock is being cut down to short lengths. There are a few of those R. & G. Corset values left at 69c. Are a regular $1 Cor set. At one-half price are a few odd Silk Waist in the season's best valuse. If you want a pair or two oi Lace curtains, we nave a iew oaa lots we are closing very cheap. x X .Tile Baylig'ht '-'Store B.. W. HOOKER & COMPANY'S 111 5 v , si. The Money-Saving Bargain Giving Sale of the Year is Now On and Will Continue All This Week This Great Sale Will Lose Money for a Few of You People Every time you have an opportunity to save money on something you need and don't, you lose. , " , For instance, 20 per cent, to 25 per cent, discount on Chairs, Tables, Beds, Rugs, Portieres, Lace Curtains, etc., means a saving of $1.00 J;o $10.00, according to what you heed. - If you let this opportunity go by, the very article you want will be purchased by someone else. Then you will pay some day a higher price for a similar article. ' The dif ference is what you lose. Save that money. Be thrifty, even if you can afford to spend more, put the saving in other things. Get double value. Be one of the many women who profit by this, our Annual Red Tag Sale. Come early, while the selection is best. TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Ladd were In Hartland to-day, having been called thorn hir lin rlitaih of Mr I.mlil'H COUS- in, Mrs. Charles Gates, whose funeral was lie Id to-day. Arthur Lyman, manager for the Ver mont. Murhlo comnanr in Alaska. Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Bigelow, Arthur and Dorothy Bigelow of Brookfleld were thu guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Marr - ... , t, i . r of franklin street over ,-uiimuy. ir, Lyman, who is Mrs. Marr's brother, thin fwnooii for Proctor. On Wednesday he starts on his return trip to Alaska, sroine bv way of Texas and southern California. Tool Sharpeners, Notice I Th retnilar monthly meetinir of T. S., No. 2. (). C. L A., w'ill be held in car- penters' hall, Nichols block, on the even ing of Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 7 p. m. J. C. Vyllie, secretary. if q i EC X China .Closets Reg. Price $22.50, Red Tag rrice.f 16.50 fHTT IParcel Post Orders Will Be Given n -TALK OF THE TOWN Sale f2 waists for one hour 10 to 11 a. m. for 88o at Vaughan's. Mrs. Minnie Slocum left on the mid night train for Boston, where she will conduct a lodging house. Miss Oussie Yett resumed her duties in the store of F. K. Cutts & Co. this morning, after passing a few days in uurungton. The Athena club will meet with Mrs. Henry Wescott, Orange street, Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock; subject. "Wil liam Gladstone." As there is business of importance, let every member be pres ent ii possible. The Gleaners' club will meet with Miss Gall, 57 Franklin street, Tuesday even ing at 7:15. Let all members be pres ent, as a vote will be taken in regard to joining the big club. Boy scouts representing the Hcdding Methodist troop, the Congregational and First Baptist church troops returned to day from .Saxtons River, where they at tended the annual convention of tho Older Green Mountain Boys." .Scout Commissioner W. F. Milne had charge of the local delegation. TALK OF THE TOWN Special meeting of L. A., A. O. H., to-night. Hooker's red tage sale all this week. Don't miss it. See the suit values at Abbott's that are now selling at one-half price. Violins sold on easy terms at BaileyV Music Kooms, 14 Elm street. Stephen Rizni of North Main street arrived in the city Saturday night from New York, where he recently landed, after spending a month at his former home in Italy. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sancere thanks to tho friends who gave of their sympa thy and assistance during our Tecent berewvementt also for the beautiful floral tributes. Mr. and Mrs. I. LeMarr, Honorine LeMarr, Alice LeMarr, Yvonne LeXlarr, Florence LeMarr, Beatrice LeMarr. . Sideboards Reg. Price $27.50, Red Tag Price. $22.00 Cl-,.f lorrfUt, nf i i ueg. i rice ou.uu, iveu ik x rite, iu.uu bnort lengths of Carpets Re Price 16.50, Red Tag Price. 13.00 neg. rnce.uu, uea lagince. .uu j TiToff a.U1 Rpit. Wpp ssa.no. RoH T Prire. 22.50 Reg. Price $38.00. Red Tag Price. 30.00 V"'' f Reg. Price $29.00. Red Tag Price. 24.00 Reg. Price $16.00, Red Tag Price. 11.00 PHCC bome Splendid ValUCS. Reg. Price $30.00, Red Tag Price. 22.00 Rape Portim 25 per cent dif count from original prices Bo Wo MOOKER & CO, Barre, Vermont VERMONT'S LARGEST HOUSE FURNISHERS We ailc yo I fire u time deliveries. We will i ear best I 2 ; i ! j 1 1 ij I i You that live out in, the j j country and are on R. F. D. j routes starting from the j Barre postoffice, can for a j very few pennies have Fresh a i Fish, Meat, or, in fact, any- J thing in groceries delivered j j to you, in most places for dinner. 'Phone or send your a ; j orders early as possible the day before, and we will have j j them properly packed and at the postoffice before 7 o'clock j in the morning, to start on the first trips. j Our Low Prices on Good J Goods will positively save you money and help you to reduce : the high cost of living. ! 5 i 2 Parcel post rates furnished j i on application. I V GOOD VALUES Something for a side dish is always acceptable at this time of the year. We have a large assortment of Vegetables, the quality cannot be surpassed and the price is moderate. Cut Wax or Stringless Beans, 2 cans for 25c Cut Refugee Beans, 2 cans for . . 25c Sweet Beets, blood red and cooked, each 10c Succotash, extra fancy, per can 15c Lima Beans, a real treat, each 15c Tomatoes, fancy quality in small cans 10c Tomatoes, York State Fancy, 2 cans for 25c Spinach, cleaned and cooked, no waste, . . .10c and 17c Dandelions Wohcfpr'a T? rand, each . . 17c Red Kidney Beans, Green Mountain Brand ... 10c Del Monte Rim:-' a "Hi 20c Matchless Brand Asparagus, each 25c Sweet Potatoes, try them, large cans 15c This is only a partial list We have all kinds and make special prices by the dozen. SAVE YOUR DISCOUNTS It's Ladd's Cream Bread that has Real Value i m THE a SANITARY STOVK I ia(WsMsas;