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THE BARltE DAILY TIMES, BAIUIE, VT., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1913.
Cliioosiog .Gifts Some new arrivals that we have just unpacked, that will help you solve the gift problems. Gifts that will re flect your Christmas good will. ' Damask Towels at 25c, 35c, 50c, 65c, 75c each. Handkerchiefs, all kinds in dainty boxes. Messaline Skirts, a brand new lot, at $1.19, $1.49, $1.98 and $2.98. Bath Robes at $3.50, $3.98 and $4.50. Kimonos, 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98, $2.50. Corset Covers, some beauties, at 50c, 60c, 69c, 75c, in Christmas boxes. Combinations, some beauties at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, in Christmas boxes.' 1 Aprons, a new lot, no soiled or mussed Aprons in this lot, at 25c, 35c, 50c, 60c, 75c, and $1.00. Maish Comforts. Why not select one of these soft and light Puffs $2.50, $3.50, $3.98, $4.50, $5.50? . Blankets Some extra values at $1.98, $2.50, $3.50, $4.50 and $6.00 a pair. TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY 75 North Main Street CAMP Barre, Vermont Amilcare Cardinl left yesterday morn ing fof Raymond, Cal. ' Buy your handkerchiefs and neckwear at the Christmas Btore Vaughan's. The woman's -association, of the Con gregational church will hold its regu lar meeting in the vestry Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. ' Walter Charland arrived in the city last evening from Boston to pass a few days as the guest of Peter Mcrlo of Granite street. , . The ladies of the Barre Woman's club, who promised -Christmas bags, are asked to please leave them at Mrs. Shepard's not later than Wednesday, Dec. 17. This evening the complimentary dinner will be tendered to the members of the Spaulding high school football team at the City hotel. The dinner will be served at 8 o'clock. . The ladies' union of the Universalis church invites the friends of Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Camp to a social gathering held in the church parlors Wednesday evening, Dec. 17, from 8 to 10. St. Johnsbury academy has postponed its basketball game, with Spaulding high school scheduled for Thursday evening at the Churoh street gymnasium. It is probable the game will be played later. Mrs. N. M. Xelson of Merchant street went to-day to Waterbury, where ,she will " visit her daughter, Mrs. Howard Rockwood, and Mr. and Mrs, Fred Ry der, who have been viBitng relatives on uii west hill, returned to their home near Jericho Center, There will be a special meeting of Minnehaha encampment, No. 2, this (Tuesday) evening at 7:30 sharp. The patriarchal degree will be conferred. A large attendance is desired. Per order chief patriarch. ' I A. P. ABBOTT & CO, A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. 9 HOLIDAY Christmas Gifts that Mean Something Whether you spend little or much for Christmas, it is important that your gifts have lasting value. . - You receive a gift or two every year that gives you more pleasure than all the others, because of its perfect usefulness. Make all your gifts useful, no matter how low the price. Christmas prices here are mostly lower than at any other seasons, because of our larger purchases. . : f ,, . The quality of everything in this store makes it a worthy gift, wheth er the price you pay is large or small. The entire range of your family needs is covered by the articles you find here, whether they be big or little. ; Here Are a Few Suggestions - FOR FATHER OR HUSBAND A Royal Easy Chair; A Shaving Mir- ; rorl An Office Stand; A Leather. Rocker; A High Back Rocker; A Cellarette'; A Leather Rocker; A Revolving Chair; A Couch; A Card Table; A Foot Stool; A Bookcase; A Wardrobe; A Grafanola. FOR THE BEST GIRL IN THE WORLD A Divan; A Music Cabinet; A Work Table; A Sewing Rocker; A Dresser; A Pedestal; A Bookcase; A Parlor Table; A Picture; A Tray. FOR SISTER A Pretty Chair for Her Room ; A Ma hogany Work Table; A Dressing Table; A Slipper Chair; A Dressing Stool; A Music Cabinet ; A Writing Desk ; An Arm Chair; A Couch; A Bookcase. FOR BROTHER JACK A Pipe Rack; A Chiffonier; A Royal Easy Chair; An Arm jChair; A Cellar ette; A Smoking Stand; A Picture; A Victrola; A Record or Two. FOR MOTHER OR WIFE A Bedroom Chair; A Jardiniere Stand; A Chnia Closet; A Rocker; A Maga'zine Stand; A Hoosier Kitchen Cab- -inet; A Davenport; A White Sewing Ma chine. , FOR GRANDMOTHER A Jardiniere Stand; A Sewing Rock er; A Royal Easy Chair; A "Magazine Stand; A Work Table; A Book Table. FOR GRANDFATHER A Comfortable Arm Chair; 'A High -Back Rocker; A Genuine Leather Rock er; A Foot Stool; A Book Table. !So many men buy Christmas gifts fortheir wives'here, that we have made a special study of helping men with careful suggestions. Often we can tell you the very article your vife has looked at and wanted. Come in and examine the hundreds of beautiful and useful gifts we have for the entire family. B. W. Hooker & Company Many Useful Suggestions In Ladies' Furs we can give you one of the largest and vest assort . merits to Belect from that we ever - had at this time of the season. What would make a more appro priate gift than a good Fur Set or a Separate Muff? The popular Furs, euch as Fox, Raccoon, Opossom, Mar ten, Jap Mink, Beavre, Seal, and Lynx, are Furs that have service, as well as being the popular Furs of the season. The Blanket Kobe are- a garment every lady needs. These we are showing in some extra good models. These are made from the heavy Bea con blankets, and are made in the proin tailored styles. These we are showing in the new color combina tions at from $3-75 to $7.50 Ladies' Colored Silk Petticoats are in great demand. These we have in many shades in a very good quality at $250 and $3 00. These we have sold quantities of and are a quality that will give good service. In Black Silk Petticoats we can give you a good assortment at from $250 to $5.00- We also have a special thaV is made up from the Italian serge that has a silk finish and will wear extra well. These we sell at $1.25 to $250. Why not look over our Couch Cov ers if you want something for the house that will be of service and an acceptable present? Ours are the Art-Loom goods, bought direct from the manufacturers, and the quality is guaranteed. We have just received some good values in Heavy Beaver Shawls. There always is some demand for these Shawls at Christmas time and are an especially good present for a middle aged or elderly lady. These come in Medium and Dark Gray and Brown i priced from $2.98 to $575. ' Ladies, Misses and Children's Sensible Christmas Gifts The kinds carried in dry goods stores will always please the ladies and give them value for the money that you pay. We have several additional lines this season that we have just added to our stock, such as Elmark Ivory. These come in Hand Mirrors, Hair Brushes, Coat Brushes, Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, But ton Hooks, Trays, Nail Files, Hat Pin Holders and several other useful articles. These are the very finest quality and marked so as to sell every article before Christmas Day. The following will surely interest you. Worth every cent that you pay. Our Best Kinds for Holiday Gifts Have you ever heard of Dents & Children's Fur Sets The little folks are always pleased with a new Fur or Coat. Iu these we can show you a large display. We have a very fine quality White and Black Coney Set that is a good value at $1-75. " At $2 50 are some very good values in a Child's Set that are a good size and come in the dark col ors. At $2.50 are a number of good Fur Set values that come in the new Canary and White. These are made up of Angora and Lambs' Fur. At $3-75 are some very good values in the Leopard Furs, This is a very popular Fur and very serv iceable. At $2.08 we have some very good Small Sets in the White Thibet Fur that are a good Fur value and they will clean very well. At $450 are some Child's Spts that are made up in the best quality xnioet f ur. In the Junior Furs we have a good assortment that are made up in the popular Furs of the season. At $3 75 is a good Coney Fur Set that is made lip in the Junior Sets. At $5.50 is a good Coney Fur Set that comes in a good large size, in the Junior Sets. At $6.25 is a very good Junior Fur Set that is made with a large cape collar and a medium muff. These are in the Leopard Fur. At $4. 75 is a large set of Jun ior Furs that is made up in the Blue Wolf Dog Fur. These are a very serviceable set. The Muffloon makes a very good, serviceable Fur and is popular this season. The new , Canary color is extra good. If you want a Separate Muff we can give you a good assortment for Juniors and Misses at from $200 up to $15 00. We have some very good values in Children's Coats, both in the White Bear and Colors. Eskay Kid Gloves ? If not, you have a better Glove waiting for you than you have ever bought. All of our Kid Gloves are warranted for the try ing on all that any Glove is war ranted for. Try a pair of these newer makes they are better. Hoagknit Sweaters For children, boys, girls, ladies and gents. Children's sizes, 98c and $1.98. Misses' sizes, $1.98 to $4.75. Boys', the same. Ladies' at $2 98, $3 98, $5 98, and $7.50. The $598 one is a very heavy Shaker, for ladies or meji, and is our leader; a great val ue for the price. Marshall Field & Co.'s Handkerchiefs , Will save you a part of your Handkerchief money. How? Just for the reason that you can find in this line lots of styles at 15c as good as in other lines for 25c. It is the largest line in the country. They run several factories themselves. . In this way they get these Handker chiefs to us at a lower price. Initial Handkerchiefs for ladies and gents. . Silk Initial Handkerchiefs made of imported Jap Bilk for 50c Trunks and Bags We' have some good trades In Trunks. Just received, a new lot of Mes senger or Professional Bags, to sell at $2-75 up to $5-50 each. These are sure to be as popular as the old-time Bofeton bag. They are just the kind for shopping baps and will wear for years. A nice gift. Holiday Novelties Lots of staple Dry Goods this sea son came in novelty designs. Styles are rather more taking than in for mer seasons. Beautiful ideas in Neckwear for Christmas giving. These are all boxed in pretty Christ mas boxes at no more in price than though sold from the table. Lots get the idea that Christmas goods are marked at a little higher prices. That is not so. There is, no time in the year that we give more for the money than at this very time of the year. Very nearly a whole new line of Hair Combs for the side and back of the head. These are sold in boxes of sets or in single pieces, just as the customer wants. Jewelry for Christmas This in Gold and Silver Pins, Buckles, Chains, and Novelties of va-' rious kinds. Black Cat Hose Here is where we are to sell lots of Hose for Christmas giving. You cannot give an article of more value, and every person can use a good Hose. Black Cat Hose in boxes of two or more pairs at same price as not ' boxed. Black Cat Silk Hose, 2 pairs for $100 in Christmas boxes. Black Cat Best Silk Hose in Dark Brown, Pink, Light Blue, Navy, Black, and White at $1.00 per pair, all boxed. We will be glad to show you some very nice things in Silks, Dress Goods, Table Linens, Beacon .Blankets for Robes, Linens for Fancy Work, Muslin Underwear such as Daihty Robes, Corset Covers, Leona Combination Suits, three in one, Hand Bags and Purses, new-styled Belts. If you don't find just what you want, ask for it. It is here. , The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN The ladies of the Barre Woman's club, who promised Christmas bags, are asked to please leave them at Mrs. Shepard's not later than Wednesday, Dec. 17. Henry Wilson of F.llensburg, X. Y, who is passing several weeks in Barre, went this morning to Burlington on a short business trip. Chaunoey Harris t Spaulding street left on the morning train for Roxbury, where he will pass the remainder of the week, and R. E. Daley, who has been passing a month in Barre and Montpelier, returned to his home in Vergennes. tu:u::s;:ri::K:::K:n::::::::::t:::::nn::::n:n:::i TALK OF THE TOWN f Clifford Peake, who recently completed his duties in the barber shop on Pearl street, began work .this morning at the Ross tonsorial parlors on Depot square. Mrs. F. A. Hutchinson of Tark street Teturned home last evening from Taun ton, Mass., where she was called by the death of her brother, C. R. Balcora, of Mansfield, Mass., which occurred last Tuesday. The funeral services were held Friday and the interment was made in Mansfield. TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. George Gilntan of Claremont, N. H., is passing several days at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Barclay, of Park street. - Special cars will bo provided for mem bers of the Yincitia club who engage in the tournament at the rooms of the Apollo club in Montpelier this evening. The cars will leave immediately after the tournament. A large delegation from this city is planning to participate in the games. t i Package Goods Full assortment of best quality, from 10c to $1.00. These include Pillows, Scarfs to match, Aprons, Cases of all kinds, Hair Receivers, Bags, Pin Cushions. Everything to finish all these articles Cords, Fringes, Cushions, Forms, etc. MISS W. E. ROWELL 161 North Main Street TALK OF THE TOWN The Buzzell ice skating rnik will be in condition for skating to-night. Fred Drew, who has been passing a few days in the city with friends, re turned yesterday to his home at St. Johnsbury. This week certain clauses of the clerks'' and merchants' agreement will go into effect. Commencing on Thursday even ing the stores will remain open until 9 o'clock every evening until Christmas in compliance with the agreement, which calls for six nights. On Jan. 2 the stores will shift back to their former hours and close daily at 5:30 instead of at 6 o'clock. The stores will close at 5:30 during the' months of January, rebruary, anu JUaren. Skaters used the mill pond at South Barre yesterday for the first time this winter, when an army of young school boys, as well as a few of the older ones, invaded the ice soon after noon. Ice cutters who are wont to watch the pond as soon as the first zero weather is reg istered say the ice is safe. The har vesting will be postponed until after Christmas, as the ice men are desirous of obtaining the very best quality for the 1814 crop. For skating purpoees, the surface is not of the best. CHRISTMAS GIFTS at The BARRE BOOKSTORE Gift Books , Birthday Books Latest' Fiction Children's Books Bibles Prayer Books Bill Folds Music Rolls Music Folds Postcard Albums Stationery Purses Tourists' Tablets Fountain Pens Diaries Guest Books Address Books c Photograph Albums Calendars TALK OF THE TOWN Julotta kl. 5:30 i Svenska kyrkan. A. B. Baldwin returned yesterday to his home at St. AlbanB, after a few davs' visit in the city. Go to Holmes, the jeweler, for your Christmas watches, clocks, rings, lockets, cuff links and jewelry. Manuel Cavana, who has been em ployed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for several months, arrived in the city this mornini? from New York, where ho re cently landed from a New York & Cuba liner, after spending two weeks with relatives in Havana. Mr. Cavana sailed from Argentina on the Ward liner, Maria. Asunti Morandi, a well-known resident of Barre, who has been absent for several months, arrived in the city this inorninir from New York, where he landed Saturday from the American lin er. St. Paul, alter an extended visit at his former home in Italy. . During his absence Mr. Morandi has traveled ex tensively in several . countries. Daniel Franzi, who has been visiting in Italy and Switzerland for the past 10 months, arrived in Barre Monday morning from BoiUon, where he recently landed. jThe Joy of iChristmas. Let us take care of your "what to J eat wop-ry." Tell us what you want land we will deliver it in a hurry. J .Special attention will be given to J Christmas gifts, and they will be" de- livered as requested. USEFUL CHRISTMAS FOOD GIFTS FROM BOSTON i , We expect to return from the city Thursday, Decl 18. We will then be able to give you any suggestions you may need for the making of the very 'newest dress acces- sories to be used for Christmas gifts or for hoilday wear ing. . i ' MRS. W. F. SHEPARD " ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES f What would be more appropriate Jin a good many homes m Barre than I A barrel of Flour! "Green Mountain Brand'' Ham? Boneless Smoked Shoulder , Pail of Kcttle-iiendered Lard llOO-lb. bait of Granulated .Sugar! Pail Vermont Maple Sugar or Syrup f J Turkey, Goose or DuckT J Side 01 a xonng ngi Quarter of Beef? ; Bushel of rota toes T S A can or jar of our "Richelieu" Brand GOOD VALUES J Fruit, Preserves, Vegetables, Olives or I I'luin i-uauingi Get ready for the great day with plenty of Oranges, Figs, Dates, Nuts, I j Raisins, Tickles, Pop Corn, etc., early. Don't Wait i ) L.. Fancy Carolina Rice, 3 pounds for 25c 4 pounds Japan style Rice for ....... , . . . 25c 5 pounds of clean broken Rice for 25c 4 pounds of Pearl Tapioca for 25c Mrs. Mcintosh's Pure Crab Apple Jelly. v Canton Crystallized Ginger in tins 25c Candied Pineapple and Pineapple Fritters, qr. . 12c Candied Whole Cherries, quarter pound 12c Lemon, Orange and Citron Peel, quarter pound 12c New crop Cleaned Currants, per package 10c Not-a-Seed Raisins, 2 packages for 25c. New Sultana Raisins, pound packages 18c Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisins, new crop, 2 for 25c. Seedless Raisins in bulk, per pound 10c Prunes, new 70 and 80-count, per.pound 10c Prunes, large, 40 and 50-count, 2 pounds for. . . 25c Evaporated Peaches, fancy, 2 pounds for ..... 25c Apricots, the best grade, per pound 18c Vermont Brand Oleomargarine, per pound 20c Red Clover Brand Oleomargarine, per pound. 24c, Save your 5 per cent, discount on your groceries. It is big interest on your money. F.D. 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