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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1913.
TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN There' one upon whom ' we ihould frown. 1 hat s the person who calmly site down . Until the last moment, And then in a foment. Get all the clerks tired, down town. Big suit valuei at Fitts'. . Skia, moccasins, snowshoes; what bet ter Christmas gift? Tilden Shoe Co. iTho board of managers of the Presby terian church will meet after prayer meeting Thursday night. The union labels of ths garment work ers and toot and shoe workers are now being shown at the Bijou theatre. The place to buy them is where they have 'era and this is the store that has Christmas slippers. Tilden Shoe Co. If that Christmas present is to be a diamond, call and talk it over with W. H. Ooodfellow A Son, 211 North Main street. - Tool Sharpeners, Notice! The regular monthly meeting of T. 8., No. 2, will be held in carpenters' hall, Nichols block, Wednesday, Deo. 17, at 7 p. m. J. C. Wyllie, sec. TALK OF THE TOWN i . ... Down puffs at Knight's. ; ' .Buy your coats special at Vaughan'a. Silk hose in Christmas boxes at The Vaughan Store. ' Get your skates and hockey sticks at the N. D: Phelps Co. The Tilden Shoe company's repair shop makes a specialty of repairing rubber goods of all kinds. A beautiful line of watches, clocks, bracelets and jewelry of every descrip tion at W. H. Goodfellow &, Son's, 211 North Main street. Sadlier, 10 Keith, avenue, has received mid-winter shipment of ladies and misses' coats, suits, and furs, both freak and common sense. Our rug department is O. K. Good credit. is good, also cash. There will be a meeting of the Span ish-American war veterans Wednesday evening at 730 with Dr. Jackson to sou what action can be taken in regard to a very important matter. It is hoped all Spanish war men wno were connected with the Vermont regiment will be pres ent. TALK OF THE TOWN Royal flannelette robes at Knight's. Warner's Bust Proof , corsets at Knight's. High grade shoe repairing ajf the Til den Shoe Co.'s shop. . ' j ' We are ready to help you decide on that Christinas present. W. II. Goodfel low $ Son, 211 North Main street. Another of the scries of "45" matches between the A. 0. H. and the C. O. F. will take place on Wednesday evening at the JC. of C. hall in the Scamniiu hnilrtine-. All members are requested to o- - " be present. , . The young people's society of the Church of the Good Shepherd will meet in the vetry of the church Wednesday evening, Dec. 17, at 7:30 o'clock. A mu sical program will bo given, consisting of the following: Piano and mandolin duet, Martha Keid, Bertha Dale! vocal solo, Arthur Cole; reading, Miss Mildred Peer j vocal solo, Miss Gertrude Dale; vo cal solo, Newell Parker; recitation, Lucy Wells. Ice cream and cake will be served. Gash Bargain Store IKENYON Cash Bargain Store The Store of Useful Christmas Gifts U 9 8 a ii it H H U it it ti ii ti :x n it ii W u ji M ii Why not make this Christmas one of useful gifts gifts that will be a year-round reminder of at least one common-sense Christmas. , The finest holiday stock of useful and substantial ar ticles we ever gathered is here and every one in this store is ready to do his or her utmost to lighten the la bor of gift choosing. There are some humane Christmaa shoppers, Who aay ana tney 0.0 not ten wnoppera, "If we all aet to work, We can help the poor clerk, So let ns at once spend our coppers." . EFFICIENT SERVICE and LOW PRICES are our working foundation. RELIABLE MERCHANDISE and HONEST GOODS for your investment are principles that have made this store dependable. Our recent change in business methods does not signify that our display n this Christmas is not up to the standard. In fact, we are better prepared to offer U the public a choicer line than ever before, comprising the cream, so to speak, of if former lines carried by us. By discontinuing smaller lines we can devote much g more time to our growing trade for BETTER GOODS. . , , IN Whatever your gift may be or suggestion desired, we urge everyone to in- g s'pect our displays. Compare quality with prices; consider our lines with others; a 8 then you'will more fully know.that we aim to offer you the best lines of merchan- iff y dise that money can buy; little or big your investment, we use the same selection I on all lines. U A -Paw i-i-f" tlna QftiIoc frmnrl in t V ict etnrp trinf mnlfA ncpfnl anrl PYronf irmsil $t p gifts are listed below. Give us a call. Shop where values speak louder than S prices. Then there is good reason for ft A MERRY CHRISTMAS CHINA The prettiest and largest displays we have ever shown. China is close to the heart of every woman your wife in cluded. Some useful and ornamental Dish will please. All prices from 25c up. 1 CUT GLASS Many interesting selections await you. There is no doubt about the popularity of our Cut Glass display. Inexpensive ; gifts abound in this display . ft tl ft ft ti 1 ft ft ft" ft ft S ft ft ft ft ft a M it y n S ft a ti COFFEE PERCOLATORS Better coffee can be made in a "Uni versal" than any other, because the process of percolating is perfect, the strength of every grain of coffee is ex tracted by the patent filter, but the wa ter never remains in contact with the coffee to bring out its bitterness. CHAFING DISHES A Chafing Dish is suitable for all plain and fancy cooking and is always ready . for use. A selection from our display will grace any table. We handle Universal, Sternau, Roches ter and Manning & Bowman lines. ELECTRIC UTENSILS The coming popular table necessities, including Chafing Dishes, Coffee Ma chines, Toasters, Percolators, etc. See the new "Universal" Grill ft THERMOS BOTTLES make popular Christmas gifts. Practi cal the year around. Whether it's out of doors, in the house, or sick room, you will find it useful. All sizes, in cluding cases. STATIONERY Everyone admires good stationery. Thi3 is the kind we handle. Exclusive line. - Eaton, Crane & Pike Co. -If you want ft to see a pretty display, see ours. Prices from 25c to $3.25. LEATHER GOODS a ft ft a a The prices are reasonable, the quality ft the best. Be it a gift for a man, woman ft or child, this line makes very accept- ft able guts. Traveling Cases, Toilet ii Cases, Music Rolls, Collar Pouches, Purses, Hand Bags, etc. , We want you to see our Leather Goods a to feel the leather in them and to a compare our prices with those of others, ft Ideal house dresses at Knight's. 'Aprons, Aprons. Aprons. At Fitts'. She would like a pair of those $1.50 silk hose for $1.00 at Fitts'. New shipment of house dresses by ex press to-day, large assortment. Paris Shirtwaist House. Telephone to the Averill Mills for your grain, flour, baled hay, straw and chick en feed. Prompt delivery. Tel. 307-M. Go to John H. Johnson, 37 South Main street, for your rooting, cave troughing, sheet iron and tin work, repairing, etc. Tel. 212-W. . Perhaps our line of cameo brooches, scarf pins and pendants would interest vou. W. II. Goodfellow & Son, 211 North Main street. All the latest fiction, popular 50c copyrights, bovs' and girls copyrights, Christinas cards, booklets, etc., at the Barre Book Store. ; There will be a cabinet meetire of the members of the Epworth league thi evening at the league parlors of the Hed ding Methodist church. Alderman W. T. Calder of North Main street returned home yesterday from Montreal, P. j., where he has been spend ing several days on business. It is time to stop thinlttng, and if you have not already come to a satisfactory , answer as to what to buy for Christ mas decide on Tilden a slippers. The rummage sale put over from list week will be held in the Universalist vestry this week Friday. Doors will be open at 2 o'clock. All sorts of thing for sale. Mrs. David Dawson and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, left this forenoon for Portland, Me., where they will join Mr lawson, who recently went to Portland to engage in the automobile business. A. H. Buzzell intends formally to open his ice rink on Pearl street to the public to-night, the date of the formal open ing was set for Saturday night, but ow ing to the poor weather conditions the date was deferred. , Dry block wood, 12 to 16 inches, $3.25 per run (32 feet face measure) j second growth wood, $2.75 per load; limb wood, $2.50 per load. All sizes of coal at Cal der A, Kichardson's, Depot square, 'phone 450. Dry block wood, 12 to Id inches, $3.25 per run (32 feet face measure); second growth wood, $2.75 per load; limb wood, jfz.OO per load. AH sizes of coal at Cal der A. Kichardson's, Depot square, 'phone 4;HJ, , , Among those who registered at The Buzzell hotel yesterday were the follow mg: Aaron Berman, Littleton, Is. 11.; George C. Crane, San trancisco, Cal John La very, Rutland; W. I. Wood, Washington; William Bippens, Green' field, A! ass.; Walter VV. Welt, Pfuiadel phia; D. G. S. Bushnell, Burlington; T, A F ew Timelv ingestions for the Men Safety Razors, $1 upwards ' (Several Makes) Also all the extras which are needed to make a man's. shaving outfit complete, such as Soap, Soap Powders, Soap Creams, Toilet Waters (just the thing to finish a nice shave), 'Brushes, all kinds, and Shaving Mugs. A little money -expended in one of these outfits will bring "Him" more pleasure than almost anything else. , A Fountain Pen of Reliable Make is always acceptable to the man who is doing business daily. We carry only the best and our prices range from $1.00 upwards. Christmas Goods arriv ing every-day. Cummings & Lewis, Druggists Why not shop early? It is to your advantage to da so. Let us prove it. Always bear in mind that our line of Drugs is ob tained from the most reli able manufac turers, and your prescrip , tions" will be carefully compounded. PRESCRIPTION 1 1 I TALK OF THE TOWN POCKET KNIVES Everyone knows a Holly Knife. Any H man appreciates a gift of this kind. Put N up in neat attractive boxes. All prices H irom zoc to $3.50 each. POPULAR FICTION 50c Books g Again we are here with our large pop ular display of Chritsmas Books. Many new titles appear, on our table, by the leading authors. . " Get one Of our Book .Lists. BOYS' AND GIRLS' 25c BOOKS Comprising Books by such authors as Edward S. .Willis, Harry Xastlemon, Victor Appleton, and others. BOY SCOUT BOOKS Approved by the National Council, Boy Scouts of America. Toy Section Display The Toy Section this year reveals those articles that stand for oualitv. dura- it bility and economy in buying. The Dolls for the girls, the Mechanical Toys for the boys, present greater fascination than ever. . ? y We shall still continue in these lines as heretofore, but those cheap and trashy toys will be 'discontinued. The line will comprise Dolls, Carriages, Games, U S Books, Iron Toys, Friction, Mechanical and Electric Toysretc. it We would be glad to receive, and you need not hesitate to give, such articles ? p as are described above. Each one is the standard of its kind. You are giving the jj uvuk, iiv tuabVbJ. wr uius- jrvri t"J t ", ail, UI1C Cilll fclVC I1U UCLLCr LIlUIl tne Desu The Store That Stands for Quality tt ? it if a tfiwiwr;!::;;;:r;!. o a a a ta n tt tt :tr'&-:tt"tt"u-.ti-.tr C M. IKENYON CO. J. Coffey, Lowell, Mass. Guests registered at the Citr hotel yesterday and to-day included ihe fol- owing: : Henry Herman, lioeton; r.'K. Irvine, Cliieago, 111.; Jack C. Willard, Salem, Mns.: J. R. Reed, Burlington i T. O. Woodward, Boston; II. C. Manner, Palmer, Maag.; N. CJamble, Jvew York; O. A. Kliney of Boston; II. J. Markolf, Kutland e. J.-Cutter, Bouton. Tuesday evenlnsr, Deo. 18, has been named for the next regular meeting of tne Methoaiat brotherhood. Membera and frienda are invited to hear Rev. Dr. Lend rum of St. Albans speak about Mexico. This ia one of the live topici of the day and an interesting lecture ia assured. Vr. ken drum baa been a rest' dent of that country and i familiar with the conditions that are troubling Mexico to-day. Robert McLaughlin, who has been passing three months with frienda in Boston, was a visitor in tha city to-day . i ' l a -a -ii t una vu ma vtny m oranuevuie, wnere ne win make a short stay. AJ Mc Laughlin recently disposed of a barbe; shop in upper Graniteville, which he op erated for several years. Among the other visitors. in the citr to-day were T ' 1 ' 1 t- r , u . ' . . rreaericK irvine oi inicago, jll a representative - of "American Stone Trade, who will spend several days in the Barre granite belt; Horace E. flpring er of Norwood, N. Y.; II. C. Manzer of 1'almer, Mass., a traveling auditor for the Grand Trunk lines; Lawrence T. Al len of bhellioume; J. E. Bowen of .Ti' cumierogn, m. ana uonn it. winon of Worcester, secretary of the Washing ton County Veterans' association, who came to the city to attend the funeral of Comrade P. Jesse Cayhue. Mr. Wil son will visit hia daughter, Mrs. A. C. Jones, or Park atreet, for a few days. A Suggestion. If vou would enjoy this season, There's a very certain way You can take, with 'little doubting As to whether it will pay. For its sourift is fn one's heartstrings, And no power it can daunt: Tis to read the kiddies' letters And then buy them what they want., For this season is the children's " v And it should be one of joy ' In every class and station io each little girl and boy, And there can be nothing sadder, for child lovers minds to haunt Than the thought that little children lor their Christmas joya must want. In this world no greater pleasure Is there any one can know Than to make the children happy, for oncselt is nappy so. Then drive from the poor homes' fire sides Spectre of a barrenness gaunt: Read the hopeful kiddies' letters And then buy them what they want. rrom tne cammore American. Belle waists at Knight's. Come to Vaughan'arBarre'a greatest Christmas store. Get your skates and hockey sticks at the N. I). Phelps Co. liet our prices on ailK dresses tnis week. PafVi Shirtwaist House. , For Rent Office in Howland building; Howland Bros. & Cave. Building and repairing attended to promptly by day or contract, n. r. Johnson, 30 Richardson street. Tele phone 77-2. Tsoticei i ne laaies oi cjan uoraon arc hereby notified that an assessment Is now due and must be paid on or before Tuesday, Dec. 16. Regular meeting of Bright Star Re- bekah lodge, No. 18, Wednesday evening, Dec. 17, at 7:30. Ivy lodge of Montpei- ier will be our gtiesta. The degree will be conferred on candidates; nomination; refreshments will be served. AH the of ficers are requested to be present.- Per order noble grand. TALK OF THE TOWN Silk hose sale' at FittsV . Snowshoes for Christmas at the Tilden Shoe Co. - , . - Extra value in silk shrtwaists this week. Paria Shirtwaist House. ( Knowledge Ii Personal Property; " it can be valued and made transferable by life .insurance. Life insurance ia the value of property in your mind, placed in your pocket. Mat'l Life Ins. Co. of Vt (Mutual.) Organized 1850. S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence build ing, Montpelier, Vt. S GOOD DAIRY PRODUCTS ! X are very important when it comes to eating them. Also Eggs and Ice Cream. . We will give you some- ' thing extra nice for your Christmas feasting. Our i Vermont Brand Cream, Neufchatel, Pimento and Sandwich Nut Cheese are a rich, substantial deli- : ' cacy. Try them Dairy L. B. DodqC Creamery 300 North Main Street , Tel. 233-W 1 Special conclave of St.41de- mar commandery, No." 11, K. i, luesaay evening, Dec. 18, i at ivi) o ciock. rork, R. C. Per order A. C. Tilden, E. C. Stated convention of Vincitia lodge, No. 10, ' Tuesday' evening at 7:30 o'clock. Refresh ments and smoke talk. K large attendance is re quested. A regular meeting of ! Where Will YOU Go? There are two ways in which you can do your Christmas shopping: 1 -You can pay a transporta tion company to take you to a place where you will be jostled by crowds and over charged by strangers; or 2 You can do your shopping economically and in comfort right at; home in Barre and enjoy the feeling that you are showing your loyalty to your friends and local institutions. It should be easy to make your choice? CONSOLIDATED LIGHTING CO. Court Barre, I. O. F, No. 3317, will be held Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock sharp in Knights of Columbus hall. All members are requested to be present. Enter tainment and dance after the meeting. Members and friends are welcome. Per frank Caalani, R. S, 1