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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE,' VT., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1913.
TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN What to Give an Where to Get It Still More Suggestions for the Christmas Shopper We would have you see our beautiful Leather Goods. ' We have the large runners for the library table and smaller pieces for the smaller tables. Leather Pillows, stamped for the different orders and schools. FOR MOTHER FOR FATHER FOR the CHILDREN Indexed Recipe Books Thermos Bottles Paper Doll Sets Automobile Records - Pocketbooks Tiny Sealing Wax Guest Books Diaries and Desk Sets Line-a-day Books Sets Fancy Pencil Boxes Pocket Electric Traveling Cases Brownie No. 2 Cam Searchlights Pullman Slippers era for $2.00 Comb and Brush Sets Cigars in fancy pack- Colgate's Perfumes in Everything in Ivory ages fancy box for 25c Goods -' Safety Razors, . all Note Paper in dainty Dear Kiss Perfumes kinds sizes, and Mary Garden Fountain Pens, all Manicure Sets from Talcum Powder makes $1.00 to $10.00 1 ' v - ' , MIm Solomon Grundy Looked around on Monday, Considered on Tuesday, Changed her mind on Wednesday, Bought on Thunday, Took it back on Friday, Wr lorry on Saturday, Resolved on Sunday T be better on Monday, " - , AND SHOP EARJLY. Everything for wrapping the Christmas packages in an attractive way; Fancy Cord, Tags, Stickers, Holly Sprays, etc. We would appreciate having you look over our line before buying. We send presents and gifts to any place in the United States. We will box and wrap them in a satisfactory manner, too. We have a dainty way of preparing Christmas packages which adds to the value of the gift. Just another advantage in dealing at Drown's. Brown's Drug Store DRUGS AND KODAKS Have you seen , our line of ' Stationery in Christmas Boxes We are showing also a large assortment of CORRESPONDENCE CARDS which are very attractive, but not expensive You Should Inspect Our Display of TOILET SETS We have some excellent "GREEN SEAL" "WHITMAN'S". and NONE BETTER "QUIMBY'S" CHOCOLATES in Attractive Christmas Boxes We are carrying a complete line of all of the BEST CIGARS in Gift Boxes Come to us for your Holly Cummings & Lewis, DRUGGISTS We Have the BEST HOT CHOCOLATE in Town 8ii8iiwwi8iii:tfiiawii8ii8:!:w! 5 8 h .8 a 8 i h 8 8 8 u 8 M 8 8 u 8 8 8 8 Gash Bargain Store KENYON'S Gash Bargain Store Unprecedented Christmas Selling Chrlstmag gloves at Fitta'. Store open evenings at Knight's. Gold brooch and bar pins at Burr's. Gift linens, headquarters at Vauglian'a, For Rent Office in Uowiand building Rowland Bros. Cave. A big line of Victrolas and records at Bailey's, 14 film sireei. Best ribbon Christmas candy 10c nound. Eastman Bros. Twelve patterns and varieties of knives and forks, at Burr's. You should see those crepe voile waists for 98c at Perry's on haturday. Come to Barre (Jnristmas store lor vour gifts. The Vaughan Store. Come to Barre s titristmas store ior vour neckwear. The Vaughan Store, See our window display in currier building window, Paris Shirtwaist House. Peter Calderara left to-day for Mil ford, N. If., where he will be employed for the winter. Joseph Larmie left yesterday after noon for Stanford, P. Q., where he has secured employment for the winter. Telephone to the Avenu Mills lor your grain, tlour, Daiea nay, straw ana cmcx- en feed. Prompt delivery. Tel. 367-M. A Widow Jones overcoat or suit for the boy is a practical gift. The Mc Whorter Co. features this make of cloth ing Oeorsre Mcintosh of Maple avenue re turned to-day from Kcene, N. II., where he has been employed ior trie past lew months. One dollar and eighty-nine cents, 11 wool finish blankets in white or gray, A.l 1 1 ftl DQ I)nM.H m Saturday. S. llollister Jackson of Wellington street went last night to .New York where he will remain for a few days on business. Building and repairing attended to Sromptly by day or contract. ' H. F. ohnson. 30 Richardson street. Tele phone 77-2. Go to John H. Johnson, 87 South Main street, for your roofing, eave troughing, fiueei. iron aim biu leaning, w. Tel. 212-W. Perhaps our line of cameo brooches, scarf pins and pendants would interest you. W. H. Goodfellow & Son, 211 North Main street. Miss Margaret McQuade, who has been spending the past few days at Burling ton, arrived in tue city yesterday ior few days' visit. A meeting of the L. A., A. O. IL, will be held in K. of C. hall Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Members will please bring or send their due books for the yearly auditing. Read the auction ad. of valuable prop erty. to be sold Saturday at 2 p. m. at S. llollister jacKsons onice, uacason block, and see if there is anything you are in need or. Nelson Santan, piano tuner, of Bur lington, who was advertised to be here this week, has postponed his coming un til after the holidavs. Tlease place your orders at Bailey s Musio Kooms, 14 him street, Barre. . Among those who registered at The Rur.zell hotel yesterday were: George R. Beverle, West Lebanon, N. H.i fl. II. Carroll. White River Junction; R. W Centerbau, Cincinnati, O.s L.' X. Lesha, New York 12 members of the Barbeau "and. Paul Giacherio of Berlin" street re turned to-day from a few days' visit to South Ryegate. G. Sconel of Bugbee avenue went to-day to Waterbury for a few days' business visit. Clarence Burns returned to-day to his home at Rutland, after a few days' visit in the city. Elmer Fulsom of Railroad street, who has been employed at the Barre Steam laundry for the past four years, com pleted his duties there this week, Mr. Fulsom has entered Frank Minard's blacksmith shop, where he will learn the trade, llis place at the Barre Steam laundry is being filled by Arthur Bul lock. John E. Miles of West Lynn, Mass., arrived in the city to-day on his way to Graniteville, where he will visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Miles, until the middle of January. Mr. Miles is rounding out his second year with the General Electric company at Lynn and during that time has been favored with several promotions. He is now a superintendent cf a battery room. Tremendously successful is the term which fit tingly applies to the past few days' business. This we believe is due to our recent change in business I methods and our efforts to stock better and more g substantial merchandise. EDUCATION is a fitting N word which applies to all lines of retail selling of mer- ij 8 8 8 chandise. ACTUAL VALUE for your money and goods of lasting quality are items that make for suc cess. It means a great deal to us to realize that you 8 have come to regard this store as a truly dependable r. place to buy. g GIFTS of all descriptions are found at this store, delightful inexpensive ones for those who must close- ft M ly reckon the incomings and outgoings superbly rich ones for those who need not count the cost. It We have arranged them conveniently for your inspection our sales force H will find no effort too great, if it helps you in your selection. We call special attention to our displays of China Cut Glass Stationery Leather Goods Pocket Knives Thermos Bottles Rosary Beads Catholic Bibles and Prayer Books 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 B 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 '8 8 8 8 8 ft1 8 8 - i 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 n 8 Electric Household Utensils The Popular Line To-day "UNIVERSAL" The New Universal Grill A Winner ; COME It is immensely to your interest to select what you desire while the assortment is unbroken. C. N. K0MYON CO O 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 Photograph Albums Calendars Christmas gloves at Knight's. Big reductions on suits at Fitts'. Kimonos for 08c each, a $1.60 value, at Perry's on Saturday. Big auction sale t City auction mar ket Saturday. See ad. O. II. Hale, auc tioneer. The McWhorter Co. have received to day, a new line of boys' Mackinaw coats; the newest patterns. A meeting of the Granite City Quoit ing club will be held to-night at 7:30 o'clock. Business of importance. The union labels of the garment work ers and boot and shoe workers are now being shown at the Bijou theatre. If that Christmas present is to be a diamond, call and talk it over with W. H. Goodfellow & Son, 211 North Mam street. A meeting of the Glenugie club will be held in the Clan Gordon hall, Saturn day evening, Dec. 20, at 7:30 o'clock. Per order of president. Come in and hear some of the latest records. We'll gladly give you a list of them and play any you wish to hear. At Bailey's, 14 Elm street. A general Christmas reheargal for all departments of the Congregational Sun day school will be held at 2 o clock to morrow (Saturday) afternoon. It is im portant that all be present. A special meeting of Minnehaha en campment, Sso. z, this linday) evening at 7:s30 o'clock. The golden rule de gree win be conferred and a good at tendance is desired. 1 er . order cliiet patriarch. E. C. Poole, who has been spending the past week in the city with friends, returned to-day to his home at Weat Topsham. O. S. Cogswell returned to day to St. Johnsbury, after a few days' visit in the city. J. P. Cobb returned last night to Burlington, after a few duys' visit the city. Basketball practice at Spaulding hieh school was suspended yesterday until the resumption of school in January. The first game appearing on the high school schedule is on Friday night, Jan. when Stowe high school appears in the city. Last season Stowe won a dou ble victory over the high school. Cobble Hill grange fair opened last evening with a large attendance. The booths were elaborately decorated and contained fine exhibits, the antique de partment being a museum by itself. The poultry show attracted much attention and was pronounced by those who visit ed it to be of a very high quality. The fair continues through this evening. when there will be an excellent pro gram. "1000 Christinas Buyers Wanted" at '. The Toggery Shop THE ONLY NOVELTY STORE IN TOWN We have the best and most elegant assortment of novel ties in Gent's Furnishings in the . city . . . Do not let this great opportunity slip by you. Gome early and in spect .our new store. Ev erything new and up-to-the-minute. Give us a trial. The Toggery Shop The Novelty ' Store ; 311 No. Main St. Merlo Block WILLIAMSTOWN. Norman Morrison, Quarryman. Injured in Pirie Quarry. Norman Morrison, who lives on the place formerly owned by Will Fogg, had narrow escape trora death while work ing at the 1 irie quarry the loth inet. large granite rock fell over toward him but struck another in its fall, pin ning hira into a space about six inches wide, breaking four ribs and otherwise bruising him badly. There were at first evidences of internal injuries, but at last accounts Mr. Morrison was as com fortable as could be expected. Miss Millie J. Drury and Mrs. Ida Whiteomb are now occupying the house they bought of the estate of Horace White, and Willard Kobbins has moved nto the tenement owned by Dr. Watson, i lately vacated by Mihs Drury. A daughter was born the 18th to Mr. and Mrs. Ifarry F. Whitney, weighing iu pounus. illiam Kobinson is at work on a job of getting out ZO.imkj lect of lumber and Fred Blodgett, helper for E. F. Call in his sawmill last spring, is at work for him. Schools in town close Friday night for inrisvnas vacation of two weeks. Centenary Methodist church. Morning worship at 10:45. Topic of sermon, "The Most Wonderful Name." Special Christ mas music. The choir will sing "Tis Heavens' Reply." by Lorenz and "There v ere hhepards," by V ilson. Mrs. W. B. Jones will sing "Night of Nights."; by I an de Water, bunday school at noon. Junior league at 3 p. m. Union service in the evening at 7:30. Epworth league Tuesday evening at 7:30. Topic, "Things to Ho forgotten and Ihmgs to Be He-membered."-. Miss Emma E. Adams is teaching in I the frame Wilcox district in East Brook- eld, the term beginning the 15th. Albert S. Cowles hss been confined to the house with an attack of rheumatism for several days but is now able to be out again. Go to Eastman Brothers' epartment Store We are offering most wonderf uL values at money saving prices in every department. Our Patent Medicine Department is full of new, fresh goods, and prices are CUT TO THE QUICK We are not scouring the markets for cheap goods to sell at low prices. From our GROCERY DEPART MENT, we would be pleased to figure on large orders from restaurants, hotels, boardinghouses and fam ilies. We have the goods, we have the prices ; more than that, we are going to sell them. We solicit your orders from your homes and deliver the goods promptly. Try our service. Boots, Shoes and Rubbers you must wear. We are sole agents in Barre for the Banigan Rubber Company's goods and have a large stock to select from. We stand behind the qual ity and allow 5 per cent, discount for cash. See what you are saving in this department. Look at quality and get prices elsewhere. Then compare with ours. 184 North Main Street, Barre, Vt. ft ft ft U it M U u U a n H s ft ft ft ft ft a ft ft ft ft ft. ft ft it ft ft ft tt ft ft ft ft n ft ft ft ft O Q Xfl W &4 H ft GOODS DELIVERED FREE IN THE CITY TELEPHONE 240 g ij.::;:!;!!;a:;a;i;';;i;a;:!!a!ia':n!: : !i ;s iu!?a:'t;;ii: : -tx: :ai!t:!utntti t; ;J :i g The Largest Line of Fruit in the City at the STORE tt O & tt H Xfl W tt w ' ft - ft ft ft ft ft ft ' ' ft ft " ft' u, U. ft ft ft ft . CI tt n ft ' ' ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft , ft ' ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ' ft : :,:8.'"8 ft . . tt tt a: a ': trn rt ::::' ; ; a. ft: a: a . ft a ft UNITED FRUIT Our Specialty-Fruits and Confectionery For Christmas GRAPES MALAGA AND TOKAYS, 15c per lb. ORANGES FLORIDA AND CALIFORNIA NAVELS .'!' Sweet and Juicy, 16 for 25c up to 50c doz. FANCY FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT nrJj; ; 4 for 25c, 3 for 25c and 2 for 25c LARGE BANANAS, FANCY PEARS AND APPLES , . , FLORIDA PINEAPPLES, 15c each NEW NUTS, ALL KINDS Almonds, 23c Brazil Nuts, 23c Filberts, 20c lb. Pecans, 20c lb. Walnuts 23c lb. Mixed Nuts, 15c lb., 2 lbs. for 25c NEW DATES, 10c lb., 3 lbs. for 25c PEANUTS, 3 qts. 25c ' SMYRNA FIGS, 15c lb. and 20c lb. FANCY RAISINS RIBBON CANDY; 10c lb. Ask Us to Arrange Your Fruit Baskets for Christmas Gifts We Thank You for Your Patronage and Wish You A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR . 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