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THKBARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, I9I3.
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Attractive Values in Sweaters
We have still another lot of Sweaters for men, ladies
and children, and are ready to let the prices on these
Sweaters talk.
$2.98 A heavy Shaker Knit Sweater, with shawl col
lar and pockets in dark red and navy blue, an extra good
value for $2.98.
$3.98 An all wool Sweater with either sailor or shawl
collar and pockets. The best value and our best selling
number. Let us show you this Sweater at $3.98. Cardi
nal, Navy Blue and Gray.
$4.50 Heavy Shaker Knit Sweater made of all wool
yarn, wide shawl collar, hard looped pockets. We can
save you money on this coat. Cardinal, Navy Blue and
Dark Gray. ;
$5.50 Pure Wool Shaker Coat. This price, shawl col
lar, hand-looped pockets, a well-made Coat in every way
and worth more money than we are asking.
Children's Sweaters at $1.50, $1.75, $1.98, $2.50, all
shades.
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Furnish Your Home
on Our "Club Plan"
Our "Club Plan" is not to make more profit
on goods through exorbitant prices but to make
the buying easier for you and to broaden our
field of operations in the outfitting of homes. It
is not an "installment plan" in the broad sense
of the wrords, but one that invites to its member
ship those who have a steady income, yet one
not large enough to permit a person to accumu
late and "get ahead.
The initiation fee is nominal and depends
on the amount you wish to buy at time of pur
chase you are expected to pay a portion of the (i
entire bill and after that small amounts by the
week or month as you prefer.
Anybody's credit is not good only worthy
persons are entitled to membership. The plan is
particularly advantageous to young folks just
starting housekeeping, as it enables them to en
joy the comforts of a home without paying so
called "installment prices."
There are no embarrassing features about
our "Club Plan" no publicity, no unexpected '
demands, no harsh treatment whatsoever. The
v same courtesy is extended to club members that
is extended to customers who run big regular
accounts.
B. W. Hooker & Co.
Vermont's Largest House Furnishers
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Fancy ribbons at Knight's.
Lion brand yarns at Knight's.
Christmas handkerchiefs at Abbott's.
Read United Fruit Co. adv. on page 2.
New lot of children's rain capes at
Abbott's.
Get your carving sets at the X. D.
Phelps Co.
One dollar and $1.25 flannel wahsts for
79o and 00c, at Vaiighan's.
St. Monica's choir will meet for re
hearsal Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Special Thanksgiving dinner, the best
of everything the City hotel. Tele
phone 135.
To Rent Furntsned front room; all
modern conveniences. 104 Summer
street, Mrs. W, C. Mackie.
A regular --meeting of Minnehaha en
campment, No. 2, this (Tuesday), even
ing at 7:30. Fer order chief patriarch.
Sale of ribbons for Taney work, 10c
ribbon for 5c,, 15c ribbons for 10c, 25c
ribbons for lBc, this week at Vaiighan's.
The ladies' sewing society will hold
their annual sale at the Swedish mis
sion on Brook street next Saturday
night at 7:30. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gladding and V.
A. Grant of Randolph were in the city
yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Elizabeth D. Gladding.
Miss Helen Southgatc of South Roy
alton came yesterday to remain for an
indefinite time at the home of her broth
er, C. T. Southgate.
Don't forget ye olde fashioned turkey
shoot at the shooting gallery, (tome
early and avoid, the rush. Contest closes
Wednesday evening at 10:30 sharp.
The North Barre Cribbuge league tan
quet, to be held in the Clan Cordon hall
on Wednesday evening, Thanksgiving
eve, will start at 7:30 sharp. IV r or
der committee,
Barre Woman's club dance, Howland
hall, Tuesday, Dec. !). Music by Rjlej's
singing orchestra. Dancing, to 12.
Tickets, $1 per couple; extra ladies, 2 "o.
Don't forget the date,
Mrs. Edward Curtis and little son, Er
nest, who have been passing several
days in South Barre as the guests of
Mrs. Frank Wallace, returned yesterday
to their home in Orange.
If anyone knows-of any of our ice
cream tubs or pails uncalled for, and will
notify us by telephone or otherwise, we
will consider it a favor and call for the
same at once. L. B. Dodge.
Nelson Santan, expert piano tuner of
Bailey's Music Rooms, Burlington, will
be in town the early part of next mouth.
Leave your orders for tuning i.t Baileys
Music "Rooms, 14 Kim street.
Dance Thanksgiving eve, Wednesday,
Nov. 20, Howland liall. Music, Riley's
full ringing orchestra. Admission, 75c
per couple; extra ladies, 10c. Dancing
from 8 p. m. until 1 a. m. A good time
assured all.
Special for the week-end at the Singer
store: Several slightly used up-to-date
Singer sewing machines. Prices rang
ing from $20 to $30. Another lot second-hand
machines at $5 to $10. Singer
Sewing Machine Co, 10 Elm Btreet. Tel.
292-W.
Smith & Dasliner, the new real estate
firm,, have sold for Fred Jewett of Mont
pelier, just off the Worcester branch
road, his 50-acre farm, eight cows, three
heifers, one horse, hay, hogs, chickens,
and farming tools to A. J. Mack, who
has been employed for some time at
the Bolster farm in Barre, Considera
tion, a nominal sum. Mr. Mack will
move to the farm this fall.
At the home of Richard Vercoe on
Warren street last evening over 20
friends gathered to tender a linen Bhow
er to Miss Mary Osborne in honor of
her approaching marriage. Miss Os
borne was the recipient of many useful
and handsome linen presents. The even
ing was passed in a very enjoyable man
ner. Dainty refreshments were served.
Among the guests who registered at
The Buzzell hotel yesterday were the
following: Clarence Wilfore, West Ber
lin; C. E. Small, Portland, Me.; Joseph
Myers, Boston; E. Solo, Bethel; D. M.
Ferguson, Dunkirk, N. Y.s Harry E.
Gage, Burlington; F. L. North, Burling
ton; Fred P. Kinney, Burlington; John
Kelley, Boston; H. W, Camp, Water
boro, Me.; John Lavcry, Rutland; Paul
Plascross, Boston.
Everybody's going I Where? To the
masquerade ball in Gilbert's ball, Upper
Graniteville, Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 28;
held under the auspices of the "Jolly
Five." Davidson's orchestra of five pieces
will furnish music for dancing from 8
o'clock until 3. Dance bill, $1.00 a cou
ple; unmasked ladies without escort, 25c.
A chicken-pie supper which will be in
charge of a committee of ladies, will be
served at 25c per plate. The public is
cordially invited and a good time is
assured.
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Are you ready to
Carve that Turkey!
A SET OF
Landers Carvers
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Thanksgiving
The great old American holiday. The time when
friends meet friends, and when the young folks re
turn from far-off places to assemble once more around
the board at home. The time for thanksgiving, joy
and laughter. Therefore, let your hearts be light
and your appetites keen.
Housekeepers
Brighten up your tables and put on your finest
linens and adorn it with all the best that you have.
This store stands ready to help with anything you
lack pertaining to our lines. .
Perhaps
A few dishes, a dozen glasses, a carving set, cel
ery dish, serving tray or possibly the kitchen utensils,
such as roasters, dripping pans, pie plates, or a pan
for the chicken-pie may be needed. Whatever your
needs may be, even down to the smallest detail, will
be found in completest variety at this store.
Our bargain tables offer interesting prices on
close-out lines. While our business changes and al
terations are going on, we are displaying different
lines of our stock, which we are to discontinue, on
tables at bargain prices. These prices will interest
every housewife and you should not miss the oppor
tunity of securing some of them. Keep this store on
your mind. Every day brings some bargains on our
tables. We cannot advertise them, so you should
come to us if you wrant them.
C. N. KfNYON & COMPANY'S
Cash Bargain Store
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. You may shop your best, you won't be able to better our assortment or
prices on DRESS GOODS. They are right Everything that is new and desir
able. This applies to SILKS as well as WOOL DRESS GOODS. While the market
has been short on lots of the better kinds, we have a way of getting these kinds.
You will say that the styles so much talked about are here. You will oblige
us by accepting a little of our time with these new dress goods and Silks.
Wool Dress Goods
The new schedule on imported
Dress Goods brings to the trade not
ouly a better piece of Dress Goods
but at a lower price.
We are fortunate now to be able
to quote you on the following Dress
Goods prices that many will not of
fer until after the new tariff goes
into effect Jan. 1.
Here is a full line of Imported
Serges in colors of Navy, Brown,
Garnet, Cardinal, Green, and Copen
hagen Blue. Your choice of these
60c Serges now at tariff reduction
prices, 50 per yard.
Our ' wide Serges, sponged and
shrunk, all of the beat colors, now
at 75c per yard.
' Fifty-inch, very wide Serge, now
at $1.00 per yard in all colors.
You will find our 54miicIi Eponge
at $1-75 fully P to cloth that you
see marked $2.00 and 2.25. We
have marked these very close. They
are our best values. '
Silks .
We pride ourselves on having
about the best Silk values to be had
in Vermont.
You hear lots about all Silks be
ing higher than last season. In a
measure this is right. So far as it
effects you who buy of us It is false,
as we are giving our trade just as
good Silk values at the same price
as last season. It is true that we
pay more and the difference comes
out of our profit, not out of our cus
tomers. If you will glance over our lot of
all pure Silks at 40c you will find
what you would expect to pay from
65c to 75c for. Christmas shoppers
will find these Silks great values.
Yard-wide Messalines in over 20
different colors, same quality as last
season and price the same, $1.00
per yard.
Large assortment of fancy Silks
for trimmings, dresses and waists at
popular prices.
Ladies'Wool Dresses
If you are wanting or intending
to get a Wool Dress for the winter
wear, we would advise you to take
advantage of our offer of Serge and
all Wool Brocade Dresses,
We have one lot of Serge Dresses
in broken sizes that come in Blue,
Brown, Red and Black. There are
all sizes in some colors. These are
the season's best styles. .
At $308 are a few all Wool
Sergo Dresses that are made in the
season's best style; are Dresses we
have sold as a special at $5.75 and
$5.50. Here are some extra values
at $3 98.
At $5-00 are a few Serge Dresses
that are finished with moir silk, and
messaline. These are some of our
best" Dress values, that sold at $7.50.
At $7.50 are a number of trie
season's best all Wool American
Mills Serge; Dresses that are made
up in the season's best styles and
were extra values at the regular
price, $10.00.
At one-fourth off from the regular
price are a lot of odd Dresses in a
variety of different styles. There
are oiily one or two of a style.
Lots of Odd Coats
We have a lot of about 20 odd
Coats, in ladies' and misses' sizes.
These are mostly In small sizes; are
Coats that are not this season's style
but the style is not much different
than the latest styles.
This lot of about 20 Coats is
made up in Chinchillas, Kerseys,
Zebelines, novelty cloths and Broad
cloths; are Coats that sold at from
$12.50 to 25.00. "We are putting
them .into one lot to close at only
$5 98 each.
At $5-98 yon can take your
choice from this lot of Coats. They
are good warm Coats that will wear
well, and the style is very good.
At one-half price are a few Chil
dren's Coats in values that sold at.
from $5.75 to $12.00. These are
Coats in sizes from8' 8 to 12 years
and are all Belling at one-balf price
to clean up the lot.
We ,havc a few odd Junior Coats
in the season's best styles; are Coats
that come in sizes from 15 to 19
years. These, are Coats that we hayo
been selling at $15.00. We are put
ting them into this sale at $12 OO
They are extra good Coat values.
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New lot of Hoagknit Sweaters just arrived. We warrant every Sweater of this make. You will
appreciate their wearing qualities. Children's Sweaters, 98c up to $2.98. Ladies', $2.98 up to $7.50. Extra
Heavy Shaker Sweaters at $5.98.
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More Coming
Our sale of plush hats was so successful that we
have been obliged to duplicate our order.
The new ones in Tuesday.
MRS. W. F. SHEPARD
TALK OF THE TOWN
Abbott's linen sale closes Wednesday
evening. . ' . v- n
Get your carving sets at the . V.
Phelps Co. , ' ' -
Read United Fruit Co. adv. on page 2.
Thanksgiving sale of coats at lne
Vaughan Store.
Special Thanksgiving dinner, the best
Of everything the City hotel. Tele
phone 135. '
Our Thanksgiving ice cream and frozen
pudding will be in the top notch. Try
a plate Wednesday afternon or evening.
L. B. Dodge.
Miss Edith Torrey, who has been vis
iting friends in the city for the past
two weeks, returned this morning to
Wells River, where she is employed.
Walter Rand, who has been attending
the national grange meeting at Manches
ter, K. H., was a visitor in the city yes
terday wjiile on his way to his home at
Alburg. ... ,
Mrs. E. Grant i, who has been making
an extended stay with relatives at her
former home in Italy, arrived in the city
this morning from Boston, where she
recently landed from the French liner,
La Parisian. " ' '
Arthur F. Castle went yesterday to
Burlington, where he will make a short
visit with friends. Wesley White and
James Dcvers went yesterday to Hard
wick to visit friends and John Sloan
left last night for Milford, N. II., where
he will pass Thanksgiving at his for
mer home. ...
Although the annual convention of the
American Federation of Labor closed in
Seattle, Wash., last Saturday night, the
Barre delegates who attended are not
expected homo for 10 days or more. Sec
retary Fred W. Suitor, who represented
the quarrvworkers' association, will re
turn by easy stages, visiting several of
the larger quarrying branches in the
West. He win inNe bwjb t im
of the newly organized locals, one of
which is a flourishing Drancii ai oan
t..- m ... . Alnvnnder Ironside, one of
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the three delegates from the Granite
Cutters International mwocimum,
visit several points of interest on the
way across the continent.
There will be a special
communication of Granite
lodge, No. 35, F. & A. M.,
Wednesdar evening -at 7
o'clock. Work, M. M. de
gree. Per order W. M. '
-rf-i'. E., Wedncs-
day evening at
Initiation and nomination of officers.
Special convocation of
Granite chapter, No. 26, R.
A. M., Tuesday evening at
7 o'clock. Work, R. A. de
gree. The D. D. G. IL P.
will make his official visit.
Refreshments. C. W. McMillan, E. II. P.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Hoagknit sweaters at Abbott's. "
Abbott's line of sweaters is complete.
Go to John H. Johnson, 37 South Main
street, for your roofing, eave troughing,
sheet iron and tin Work, repairing, etc.
Tel. 212-W.
Building and repairing attended to
promptly by day or, contract. H. F.
Johnson, 30 Richardson street. Tele
phone 77-2. ' . i
Mrs. George Livingstone of Tearl
street, who has been spending the past
few weeks at Woodsville, N. H., a the
guest of her daughter, returned to the
city this morning.
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Prepare for
Thanksgiving!;
jMake your selections eany I
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All Vermont fresh-killed birds. I
Weigh from 7 to 25 lbs. each.
Trices range from I
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I Best lot we ever had. Weigh I
from oft to 13 't " fca- I
20c and 22c lb. j
Stall Fed Chickens and j
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rowis in rtuuauancc i
! Cranberries, very Best quauiy, ioc qi.
!18 Florida Oranges tor .-5:l
Urge Florida Oranges. .35c, 40c dox J
Figs 5C and sac lb J
I Shelled Walnuts, new 15c quarter I
New Walnuts (just arrived)
aoc and aac lb I
Kew Dates 10c lb J
Hubbard Squash 4' H J
Vrosli Piu'iimhers. Sweet Potatoes.
Irvian rlon.- Rl Radishes. Yeeeta- !
ible Ovsters, Lettuce, Parsnips, Spin- j
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Mixde Kuts, Lastina8, Aimonus, re
KOZY SLIPPERS
FOR
Women and Children
; Made in all colors of felt with cushion soles, fancy
trimmed and plain. A very useful Christmas gift.
See our assortment.
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50
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BOSTONIAN SHOES
Made expressly for the man that takes pride
in a well-dressed foot. "There's a Bostonian Shoe
that's built for you." . .
The Barre Shoe Company
CAN FIT YOU
Stated convocation of
Vincitia lodge, No. 10,
Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock. A large attend
ance of members is ear
nestly requested for this
meeting.
We Know You Will Want a Lot in Our Line of Goods This
Thanksgiving Week
and if you come here for it you will be sure to get it right. .
Of course we will have plenty of Milk and Cream. Our
Creamery Butter, none better. A large supply of Eggs, best
grades obtainable, all recandled. Fancy Cottage, Neuf chatel
and Cream Cheese. Order Vanilla or Strawberry Ice Cream
or Frozen Pudding $nd you will not only be satisfied but de
lighted with no labor or trouble for yoursef .
Dairy L. EL DodCje Creamery
300-302 North Main St., Barre, Vt: Tel. 233-W
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Filberts Cluster Raisins
irv.m. Ovstallized Cherries, etc.
! RICHELIEU PLUM PUDDIXO
I Don't bother to make a pudding
S when you can get a can of this
! elegant pudding that is made
s frnm an old and tested .English
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Potato Chips 10C box
Fancy Cheese, 17 kinds to choose j
from. .
Have you tried our Fruit Cakes?
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I "Richelieu Brand" Rice, large fan- I
S cy head rice, 1913 stock, has just
f arrived. Extra fancy 10c lb J
Japan Rice, regular 10c, only..8c lb a
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I SPECIAL OX U.MU.vs-Jusi jn, a
new lot, 35c pk., i.5 ousnei.
jnew lot, 35c Tk., i-5 ousneu ij
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THANKSGIVING VALUES
We have an extra fancy lot of Native Turkeys,
all sizes, per lb 30c to 35c
Fowls, young, plump birds, per lb. 23c
Native Geese, Ducks and Roasting Chickens.
Celery, Lettuce, Squash and Pumpkins. In fact, all.
the fixings to make your table complete.
2 lbs. of Home-Made Mince Meat for 23c
10 lbs. of Sweet Potatoes for 25c
3 pounds of New Dates i or 25c
Florida Oranges, per doz. from 20c to 35c
New Mixed Nuts, New Walnuts and Pop Corn.
Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, Vi lb 5c
Currants, cleaned and washed, per package 10c
Cranberries, all sound fruit, per qt. 10c
Plum Puddings in cans, ready to serve; Jams, Jellies,
and all kinds of Foreign and Domestic Cheese.
Bakery Department
This is our busy week,-so kindly give us your
special orders early. .
We have a fine variety for your selection.
Ladd's Cream Bread, the quality bread, 3 for. . . 25c
Fresh supplies of Fish every day.
Finnan Haddies and plenty of Oysters.
iF.P. LAPP COMPANY

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