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THE BAltHE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913.
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Christmas gloves at Knight's.?
Initial pillow slips at Abbott's.
New line of muslin underwear at
Fitts'.
Kimonos for 08c each, a $1.50 value,
at Perry's on Saturday.
Grafanolas and victrolas, 1014 models,
at Hooker's. Easy payments, if desired.
The union labels of the garment work
ers and boot and shoe workers are now
being shown at the Bijou theatre.
Tho place to buy them is where they
have 'em and this is the store that has
Christmas slippers. Tilden Shoe Co.
If that Christmas present is to be
. diamond, call and talk it over with W. H.
Goodfellow & Son, 211 North Main
street.
Death Stops Savings
and earnings; you know this as well as
we do. Insurance helps the matter
some.. Therefore, insure for some sum
now. Nat'l Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mu
tual.) Organized 1850. S. S. Ballard,
general agen.t, Lawrence building, Mont
pelier, Vt.
. TALK OF THE TOWN
Down puffs at Knight's.
Snowshoes for Christmas at the Tilden
Shoe Co.
Marshall Field handkerchiefs at Ab
bott's. One dollar and forty-nine cent mes
saline petticoats at Perry's on Saturday.
Work baskets, card tables, telephone
stands, portieres and couch covers at
Hooker's.
We are ready to help you decide on
that Christmas present. W. II. Goodfel
low & Son, 211 North Main street.
It is time to stop thinking, and if you
have not already come to a satisfactory
TRi-ir as to what to buy for Christ
mas decide Tilden's slippers.
Sadlier, 10 KeitS 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.
Dry block wood, 12 to 16 inches, $3.25
per run (32 feet face measure) ; second
growth wood, $2.75 per load; limb wood,
S2.60 per load. All sites of coal at Cal
der 4, Richardson's, Depot square, 'phone
450.
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Suits and coats at Knight's.
Fancv buckles for your pumps
Fitts".
You will find an extra large display of
furs at Abbott's.
High grade shoe repairing at the Til
den Shoe Co.'s shop.
We ask you to look at the sweaters
we are offering for" $3.50 at Terry's.
Dolls' beds, dolls' carriage, chairs and
rockers for the "kiddies'" tree. Hooker
& Co.
Special for Friday and Saturday, 50
trimmed hats to dispose of at $1.08,
$2.08, and $3.08. Come in early and get
first choice. Mrs. H. S. Miles, 70 North
Main street.
Many of the things offered at the rum
mage sale are new. You can buy Christ
mas gifts for the family at less cost
here than anywhere else. Universalist
vestry, Dec. 10, 2 to 9 p. m.
Dry block wood, 12 to 1ft inches, $3.23
per run (32 feet face measure) ; second
growth wood, $2.75 per load; limb wood,
$2.50 per load. All sizes of eoal at Cal
der & Richardson's, Depot square, 'phone
450.
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The Store of Useful Christmas Gifts
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Christmas one of useful
gifts gifts that will be a
year-round reminder of at
least one common-sense
Christmas!
The finest holiday stock
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TALK OF THE TOWN
There was a Klrl in our town
And she wax wondroui wise.
She trot her shopplpwr all done up
With splendid enterprise ;
And when the rush down street began
She looked serene and bright.
"I did mine long- ago,
You see that I wan right."
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. if
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 g
the public a choicer line than ever before, comprising the cream, so to speak, of ft
former lines carried by us. By discontinuing smaller lines we can devote much g
more time to our growing trade for BETTER GOODS. tt
Whatever your gift may be or suggestion desired, we urge everyone to in- g
spect our displays. Compare quality with prices; consider our lines with others; ii
then you will more fully know that we aim to offer you the best lines of merchan-
dise that money can ouy; ntue or Dig yuui invcsuucjit, vyc uoc uic came ocicuuu
on all lines.
- A few of the articles found in thisstore that make useful and exceptional
gifts are listed below. Give us a call. " Shop where values speak louder than
prices." Then there is good reason for
K J.'. - 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.
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.
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
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
Christina towels at Fitt
Store open evenings at Knight's.
Gold hrooch and bar pins at Burr's.
Gift linens, headquarters at Vaughan's.
Special value in tailored suits at Ab
bott's. A new shipment of electric lamps just
received at Hooker's.
For Bent Office In Howtand building)
Howland Bros. A. Cave.
You should see those crepe voile waists
for 08c at Perry's on Saturday.
Come to Barro's Christmas store for
your gifts. The Vaughan Store.
Skis, moccasins, snowshoes ; what bet
ter Christmas gift? Tilden Shoe Co.
A good supply of electric lamps now.
All styles and prices. Hooker & Co.
See our window display in Currier
building window. Paris Shirtwaist
House.
Telephone to the Averill Mills fot your
grain, flour, baled hay, straw and chick
en feed. Prompt delivery. Tel. 367-M.
Why not a Hoosier kitchen cabinet or
a stack of Globe-Wernike sectional
bookcases t Practical gifts. Hooker &
Co. "
One dollar and eighty-nine cents, 11-4
wool finish blankets in white or gray,
a $2.50 value, only $1.89 at Perry's on
Saturday.
Building and repairing attended to
promptly by dar or contract. H. F.
Johnson, 30 Richardson street. Tele
phone 77-2.
Go to John H. Johnson, 37 South Main
street, for your roofing, ave troughing,
sheet iron and tin work, repairing, etc.
Tel. 212-W.
Perhaps our line of cameo brooches,
scarf pins and pendants would interest
you. W. H. Goodfellow & Son, 211 North
Main street.
A meeting of the L. A., A. 0. H., will
be held in K. of C. hall Friday evening
at 7 o'clock. Members will please bring
or send their due books or the yearly
auditing.
Among those who registered at The
Buazell hotel yesterday were: Charle
Gillette Chazy, N. Y.s F. C. Adams, Ches
ter Depot; W. E. Martin, Boston; A.
Hartikka, Bethel; T. C. Coffey, Hornell,
X. Y. H. P. Hopkinson, jr., Boston.
The Howe moving pictures attracted
a goodly number to the opera bouse last
evening, and the two hours spent there
were a source of instruction as well aa
of pleasure. 'A varied program satisfied
the most fastidious and won repeated
applause. An automobile trip through
France showed stretches of beautiful
scenery and other pictures depicted aero
plane flights, mountain climbing, blank
et weaving by the Indians, their dances,
etc., the wonders of the deep, work of
silkworms, a shipwreck at sea, a big
fire and many others. Funny pictures
were thrown upon the screen at intervals
and helped to make the program very
pleasing. '
WEH0S BEAT PASTIMES.
Everyone admires good stationery.
This is the kind we handle. Exclusive
line. n
Eaton, Crane & Pike Co. If you want U
to see a pretty display, see ours.
Prices from 25c to $3.25.
LEATHER GOODS
Took Three Straight Strings in Contest
Last Night
TUfnr an pxcentionallv larce pullerv
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last evening at the Merlo Bros.' alleys,
the Weho club defeated the Pastime
bowling club three straight games of
small pins. The star bowler of the even
ing was "Mugger" Wright, who won the
three' string total and the high single
string. Hia total for the three games
was 2P1, while his best single effort was
120. T. Davidson was the best bowler
for the losing team. Other matches will
be played between the two teams later
in the season.
The score:
Weho Club.
...... 06 87
120
Marianna .
L. Wright .
Seanipini . .
H. K. Nute
H. W. Nute
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04 277
01 291
104 285
80 254
91 286
The nrices are reasonable. the nualitv
the best. Be it a gift for a man, woman
or child, this line makes very accept
able gifts. Traveling Cases, Toilet
Cases, Music Rolls, Collar Pouches,
Purses, Hand Bags, etc.
We want you to see our Leather Goods it
to feel the leather in them and to U
compare our prices with those of others.
POCKET KNIVES
Everyone knows a Holly Knife. Any H
man appreciates a gift of this kind. Put
up in neat attractive boxes. All prices H
from 2oc to $3.50 each.
POPULAR FICTION 50c Books
Again we are here with our large pop
ular disdav of Chritsmas Books. Manv
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new titles appear on our table, by the H
leading authors. ,
Get one of our Book Lists.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' 25c BOOKS
Comprising Books by such authors as
Edward S. Willis, Ilarry Castlemon,
Victor Appleton, and others.
BOY SCOUT BOOKS
Approved by the National Council, Boy
Scouts of America.
Toy Section Display
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ft bility and economy in buying. The Dolls for the girls, the Mechanical Toys for
B the boys, present greater fascination than ever. h
We shall still continue in these lines as heretofore, but those cheap and
y trashy toys will be discontinued. The line will comprise Dolls, Carriages, Games, $
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as are described above. Each one is the standard of its kind. You are giving the j
y best, no matter how little you pay; and, after all, one can give no better than u
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Phillips 86
Gordens 97
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Pastimi Club.
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83 76 244
85 82 253
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Davidson 64 101
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
v 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.
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Always Something Mew2
, We have installed in our store a new
Royal Electric Coffee and Peanut Roaster and
Coffee Grinder and Pulverizer,
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$7,7S0,0OO in Holiday Gifts.
Xew York, Dec. 18. The last Christ
mas mails for foreign lands left on the
Mauretania yesterday. Foreigners here
sent abroad $7,775,000.
CHRISTMAS
GIFTS at
The BARRE
BOOKSTORE
Gift Books
Birthday Books
Latest Fiction
Children's Books
' Bibles
Prayer Books
Bill Folds
Music Rolls
Music Folds
. Fostcard Albums
Stationery
Purses
Tourists' Tablets
Fountain Pens
Diaries
Guest Books
Address Books
Photograph Albums
Calendars
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This machine is equipped with" steel knives, which cut the berry into fairly
uniform, clean-cut particles, instead of crushing it as by the old method. The
old style coffee mills crush the berry, mutilating the minute oil cells, allowing the
coffee oil to evaporate, and in a short time coffee becomes rancid and sour.
This is one reason why a pound of coffee cut in this mill will make more
cups of full-strength coffee than will any coffee ground in the old way. Your
coffee will be free from dust and you will always have a clear cup of coffee, in
stead of a muddy effect, and by buying fresh roasted cotteo you get the lull
strength of the coffee, as coffee loses its strength after being ground a long time.
Special TodayFresh Roasted Peanuts
You can smell them when you get in sight. '
Fish Day Again, and This Week We Offer
a Elegant Fish
Large fancy Mackerel ' 23c to 33c
Large Shore Haddock 12c
Fresh Salmon 23c lb
Blue Fish 15c lb
Rock Cod ,.- 10c and 12c lb
Flounders .10c lb
Large Herrings 5c, 6 for 25c
Halibut .., 20c and 25c
Lake Trout. 20c and 22c
Scallop's 23c pt
Shell Clams 50c pk
Special Lobsters 23c lb
Oysters ..' 45c qt
Sardines ..." 6 boxes 25c
Finnan Haddies. .....14c lb
Six thousand Orange growers in Califor
nia report a splendid crop of Oranges. Qual
ity the best they ever knew at this time of
the year.
20 California Oranges ........ 25c
Lemon 3 ....2 for 5c
Large Calif. Oranges, 25c, 30c, 33c, 45c doz
Large Florida Oranges, sweet.. ... .35c doz
Good sweet Floridas 16 and 18 for 25c
Grape Fruit 2 for 25c; 4 and 5 for 25c
Bananas 25c doz
Tangerines 25c and 30c doz
Pop Corn 5c lb
Layer Rais'ins 25c bunch
Sweet Potatoes, fancy Jerseys, 6 and 10
pounds ior .25c
White Pauiips. . 6 lbs 25c
Radishes, Lettuce, Celery, Spinach, Malaga
Grapes, Mixed Nuts, Walnuts
Cranberries, 2 qts 25c
HOLLY FOR SALE ,
Best Ribbon Candy, 2-lb. boxes . 25c
Don't forget those Jumbo Fresh Roasted P-Nuts
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