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HAICKK DAILY TOTES, HAHKK, VT., FRIDAY. DKCTDIKK 18, mi.
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The Barre Thrill
Club"
Operated by the
Quarry Savings Bank
and Trust Company
These Thrift Clubs are known and operated all over the
United States. They are nothing new; have been used in
European countries for many years.
Thrift Clubs are organized by corporations and societies
for the purpose of encouraging thrift in their communities,
being one of the most prominent elements in the building of
prosperous cities and towns.
Societies are assisting in forming Thrift Clubs for the
benefit of the young, believing that boys and girls who form
the habit of saving regularly, a part of their earning or al
lowance, are more sure of making honest and prosperous
citizens, it giving them a definite object in life that is sure
to shape their course for good in future years.
You now have an opportunity to become a member of our
THRIFT CLUB at once, giving you the privilege of selecting
the class which seems most suited to your wishes, whereby
you can pay the sum of 25c, 50c, $1.00 or $2;00 per week for
fifty weeks, at the conclusion. of which you will receive the
principal which you have paid in, plus 2 per cent, interest on
the same. Join now.
Our THRIFT CLUB will assist you to save your money
for your next year's Christmas Gifts. Call and allow us to
explain our method of conducthig our THRIFT CLUB.
Quarry Savings Bank
and Trust Company
li. EASTMAX, rrs. A. I ABBOTT, Vice-Pros. C. M. W1LLEY, Treas.
DIRECTORS
HEX A. EASTMAX A.P.ABBOTT H. J. M. .JOXES V, G. REVXOLDS
W. H. MILES J. M. BOUTWELL H. F. CUTLEH B. V. HOOK ER
E. L. SCOTT H. H. JACKSOX
Open Monday and Saturday Evenings from 7 to 8 O'clock
If you WAXT THE EARTH and want it colored,
Get a Wallace Xutting Picture
Jf you wnnt one littl girl, always true, beautiful and good,
. (Jet a Wallace Nutting Picture
If you want peace in the home,
Get a Wallace Nutting Picture
If you want to be in fashion,
Get a Wallace Nutting Picture
If you want to aliow good taste, which is the recognition of beauty,
(Jet a Wallace Xutting Picture
If you want to go to Europe for two dollars and a half,
Get a Wallace Xutting Picture
If you want to ee America first (made in America),
Get a Wallace Xutting Picture
If you love the colonial days (everything antique but the girl),
(Jet Wallace Nutting Picture
If you want to carry May into December and June into January,
(et a Wallace Nutting IVture
If you want to make weddings beautiful and Christmas a joy,
Get a Wallace Nutting Picture
If your tate has outrun your means, catch up by means of a
Wallace Nutting Picture
If you want originality and variety,
Get a Wallace Nutting Picture
If you want something more beautiful,
Get a Wallace Nutting Picture
The great e.t collection of Art Tlatinotypes in the world, worth a quarter
of a million now, and will Hoon be multiplied in value.
MISS M. L. WALKER
161 NORTH MAIN STREET
A. V. Beckley
Dealer in Paints, Oils, White Lead, Varnishes, Wall
Paper, Mouldings, etc. ; Artists' Supplies a Specialty
46 Main Street
Over Drown's Drug tte
Telephone 289-W Barre, Vermont
Useful Christmas Gifts
Daniel Green
Lomxy
Felt Slippers
The largest line of men's, women's and chil
dren's slippers we have ever shown.
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A few other u4eJion Drcs Shoes, Arc
ties. Boys' Hih Cut Shoes, and Moccasins.
Rogers' Walk-Over Boot
179 N. Kia M.
N'ew ImgH at FitU.
riiiixtiimit unihrcllnM at Vuuglinn'H.
Pipe at one-hulf price at Lander'.
Imliiin-nmdt) miowhIioch at the Tilden
Shoe Co.
Croat value in A1i1kU' nmrkilown of
ladien' and cliililri'ii'rt coat.
ChrintmuH rilihoiiH pie roll; wide rib
bons I He, :25c yard at Yaughnn'n.
Six men' pure white soft ttnitdi hand
kerchiefs at Perry' on Saturday.
Regular meeting of the Modern Wood
men of America this (Friday) evening at
7 o'clock.
(iet the boy an electric train for Christ
tna, We have them at all price. C. N.
Kenyon Co.
Mr. J. C. fJrigg ha gone to Water
burv, where she will pa the remainder
of the week with relatives.
Ralph William of Hurlingtoti, who ha
been making an extended viait with rela
tive in the citv. returned borne yenter-
day.
A special meeting of the (ileriugie club
will be held nt the home of the president
Saturday afternoon at 4 o clock. Per
president.
At $2.S, an all mesaalin.? petticoat, tin
extra quality meson line, with a fancy
flounce, all colors, for $2.1)8, at Perry' on
(Saturday.
Louie Salvueei of North Main street
returned to liurre this morning from a
weeks visit with relatives In Burlington
and Mielburne.
Mrs. Charles duly, who has been spend
ing several days at the home of Henry
P. Wheeler of the Merchant street exten
sion, has returned to 'her homo in .South
Woodbury.
Beginning Friday evening and until
Christmas all union stores will be open
until 1) o'clock, except Saturday evening
and Christina eve, when they will be
open until 10 o'clock.
Member of the Burns club, atten
tion! The annual meeting will be held
in Clan Gordon hall, Bolster block, on
Friday evening, Dee. 18, at 7:30. Flec
tion of officers and other busines.
Extra votes Saturdav. Trade here,
where value are considered before price
ana lielp those who are working to win
the $400 Parlor Grand piano we are to
give away free. C. N. Kenyon 4 Co.
ou need not feel envious of your
neighbor next vear when he "et his
check, if you join the Christmas club now
at the Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co.
Open Saturday and .Monday evenings.
(.. S. Andrews of the Peoples Shoe
Store is agent for the Vermont Bible
society in Barre and announce that he
has a good assortment of Bible and Tes
tament for the Christmas trade. There
is no book more suitable for a Christina g
gift. Call nt the stoTe and select vours
to-dav.
The car of apple which arrived Nov.
2.1 have been thoroughly repacked and I
have adjusted the claim with the shipper,
so that I can now furnish yon through
your dealer with No. 1 Greenings, No. 2
Greenings, 60-lb. hamper of Spies, No. 1
Baldwins and a few No. 1 Kings. Call at
my Granite street storage. Sidney K.
Spafford.
At Merlo'a alleys hist evening Cleve
land took four point from Washington.
St. Louis and Chicago were scheduled to
bowl and a St. Louis did not appeer
Chicago bowled alone in order to secure
their four point. They not only scored
their points but succeeded in breaking
the record several tunes. Out of the la
pinfalls nine were over 100 pins. Colom
bo got 12K for a high single-string ami
StiO fur a three-string total, breaking the
record during the matched names. Tln-y
also broke the record for the high piu
fnll of a single game by getting .173 pins.
Their pintail of the three games was
1,510, which is now high. To night the
last game of the week, New York will
Ixtwl Detroit and Philadelphia w ill bo I
Boston.
TALK OFT1IK TOWN
See golf game at Fittn.
See Abbott's line of pyraliiie ivory.
New lot of holiday umbrella at Ab
bott's.
A Christum sale of useful gil'U at
Perry' on Saturday,
Silk waist in Christmas boxes ut the
Paris Shirtwaist House.
Barre' Christina store for handker
chief. The Yaughail Store.
Henry Beckett of Burlington vt
among the business visitors in the city
yesterday and to-day.
Miss M-arion Topper, a teacher in the
school of South Troy, is passing a few
days at her home in this city.
Regular Saturday night dance in How
land hall, Dec. Ill, under the auspice of
Riley's orchestra. I.r.;lie free.
Miss Lida Tyndnll left this forenoon
for Hyde Park, where she will visit rela-'
live until after the holidavr..
Miss Zelma Goodell left to-day for
South Woodbury, whero she will make
K two weeks' visit with relative.
Join our Christmas club for 11115. Wo
have nine different classes of account
for yon to select from. Barre Savings
Bank & Trust Co. Open Saturday and
Aiontiay evenings.
A meeting of the committee of the
Scotch tobacco fund will be held in the
Scampini building on Saturday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Please all be present. Pur
order secretary.
Representative-elect K. L. Smith and
Mrs. Smith of West street, who have
been making a three weeks' visit with
relatives in Albany, N. Y., and other Km
lire state cities, returned to Barro ye
terday.
Those who wish to attend the Socialist
concert at Graniteville are expected to he
on hand at Scampini block at fi:30 p, ni
also those taking part are requested to
ne on hand at above place and time. Per
order committee
Robert Bruce left Barre last nielit for
New York, where he will join a party of
local people sailing to-morrow on the
( unarucr, J ransylvamn. for Liverpool.
Mr. Bruce will pass the winter in Scotland.
Tames Smith leff the city yesterday
for New York, whence he will sail to-day
on the Transylvania of the Canard line
for Liverpool, Kngland". going thence to
his home in Aberdeen, Scotland, for the
winter.
Spaulding high school and all of the
graded schools in the city closed to-day
for the annual Christmas vacation of two
weeks. A number of student and teach
er left on afternoon trains for their
homes. Goddard Seminary will suspend
Presbyterian Men' Supper.
To be served ill the Presbyterian
church Saturday evening, Dec. I!t, from
S to 7:30. Menu:
Beefsteak Pie. Rieid Potatoes.
Beet and Cabbage Naiad.
Pickle.
Hot Rolls. Assorted Cake.
Ice Cream.
Tea. Coffee.
Admission, 30c; children under 12
Lie.
Notice!
Regular meeting of Central l.hor un
ion of Brte nd vicinity will Im held in
carpenters' ball. WlmL block. Fnd.iy
evening. IW. 1H, at 7:30 o'chk. Note
change of date. S. L. Cardi, secretary.
sessions to-morrow until the first Tues
day in January.
William Olliver, a well-known Barre
poultry breeder, was awarded a fifth rib
bon on his pen of Silver Campines at th
annual exhibit of the Massachusetts
Poultry association, which closed in
Springfield, Mass., to-day. Mr. Olliver'
birds were pitted agai.ist pens from some
of the finest Cam pine farms in the Fast.
On the invasion of the annual nomina
tion of officer of Bright Star Rebekah
lodge, No. H. I. O. O. V., at their rooms
in the Gordon block. Wednesday even
ing, the Rebekah were tendered an ex
cellent banquet by Odd Fellow of Hia
watha lodge. The dinner on the Rebek
ah ' nomination night has lx-come an an
nual feature of the social calendar in Odd
Fellows' ball ami Wednesday night's af
fiiir lost nothing in comparison with sim
ilar dinners in other year. It was served
by the men immediately after the women
had completed the nomination of officers.
In the men's committee were the follow
ing memlsT": D. V. Stone, O. W. Averill,
Alex Duncan. O. C. Averill, .lames Cook.
Fred Beckley. K. O. linvk, Harrv ( lurk.
Allan Clark. Frncst Houston, F. W. Jack
son, O. K. Pbilbrick. F. N. Kcmpton. A.
W. Taft and Klmer Taft. Officers for
1!'15 will lie elected by Rebekah lodge at
the first meeting in January.
Santa
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We have supplied your wants in the past. To-day we are better than
ever prepared to please you. We have sold Candy that is always reliable,
pure, sweet and wholesome. We have the finest line of Fancy Boxes,' in
cluding Huyler's, Schrafft's, Lenox, and Utopia makes, ever shown before in
the city, suitable in size, quality and price to suit young and old.
Ribbon Candy, made fresh hourly 15c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c
Mixture Candy 10c lb., or 3 lbs. for 25c
American Mixed, 10 flavors 13c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c
French Mixture 15c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c
Assorted Chocolates 20c lb., or 3 lbs. for 50c
Extra Fine Mixture 20c lb., or 3 lbs. for 50c
OUR 25c LINE OF CHOCOLATES AND RON RONS IS A GREAT
FAVORITE WITH MANY FIVE POUNDS FOR $1.00
Call at our store and see the largest, best, and most complete line of
Fresh-Made Candies in the city.
The Barre Candy Kitchen
JOHN MASCOTT, Proprietor
TALK OF THE TOWN
FIRST OF COMPETITION
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Our fir.'t lirpe hipmrr.t di- i " ' t,.ne
reel from California
htre to-day.
Defeated Apollo Club of Montpelier Last
Evening By Nin Point to Eight,
Deciding Point Being Secured
in WTiist.
Vineitia club took t lie first leg from
the Apollo club of Mtmtpelier in the
opening tournament of the mterclub
rie in the nxiinn of the Bjne club lat
eit'tiinir. The dub were lied in the pool
and billi.it J contest, each winning three
flistehes III e;o h Kill 't it ion : but !ie
Vim iti club had shade the lx-tter of
it opponent in whit with three matchs
to two for the Apollo club. The totals,
therefore, give the Bsrre club nine points
gaint debt points tor the Apollo
duh.
T'i" tournament was one of the four
u teri bib ct inpet itioii" to ! Ik ! I in lUr-e
slid Mont j her timing the winter.
tl.e Mil ot the f,on the dub ha in.;
the j?nt.-i number ol point, in the tour
tuMoi merit will be awarded flip. Tee
i up i in lie i-oiite.tr, for only oih- an !
oMie it' is wort it l-me the prrinanerii
io .t1v of the wiiirmiK i bih. A ImlM
inn. iVnp i .rH ati.r me.
A Urye mimlH-r of Mnntjxlier dtih
I'umUr wite pn-wnt and be.auw r,f
the dooeii.-n w i I-h marked all three
eotepetitioli tlere Was a pnrnl deal of
keen tt.rot r:i!"Jnt III the miteomc.
i.iU.w t he
Bathrobes at Abbott's.
Pipe at one-half juice at Landers'.
Silk hose 50c to .$2.!W a pair at Fitts'.
Cigar in all size holiday boxes at Mar-
non .
Christmas towels and lunch cloth at
Vaughan'.
See list of W. r. KicharQBon real
estate page 7.
I-adies' tailored suits closing tor nan-
price at Abbott's.
Christmas watches and jewelry at
Holme', Holster block.
So matter if vour gilt is large or
small, you want quality. You get it at
Marrion .
At 89e, another lot of those cotton
messaline petticoats for 8!e at Perry's on
Saturdav.
Up-to-date shoe shining parlor m con
dition with Miers' Barber Shop at 157
North Main street.
We still have a bartrain on suear, IS
pounds for $1, Friday and Saturday.
Ioui KomnniM, ?' Prospect street.
S. Ilollister Jackson of Wellington
street returned to-day from a business
visit in Hyde Park and Morrisville.
Cigar case for a gift to him will be
acceptable. We have them in a new,
practical style. C. X. Kenyon A Co.
Emma Oorham of Averill street re
turned yesterday from Waterbury, where
she has been visiting relatives for a few
day. ',
Special Sale- Now is the time to fill;
your books before Christmas. The last ,
sale before the holidays, four separate
bargains at the Eastern Estate Tea Store
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1 and j
Our Christina club has demonstrated j
it worth to those who have been mem- j
her during the lnt two years. A-U
them what they think of it and then
com in and join for l!tl.". Barre Saving..
Bank & Tru-t Co.
Walter Chrnov.cth of Williamstown. a
graduate of .Montpelier seminary in tin'
las of lSM'l. as a visitor m the city
vesterdav and to-dav. To-morrow Mr. ;
i hwioweth goes to East U.'siige. where
he has been engaged to teach the mi. I - j
winter term in the school there.
.1. (I. Wadleigli. all electrical routine- '
tor of Huston, wl.o for the pa.t four!
year has been running an electric store;
in Bethlehem. X. II., and taking charge ,
generally of the electric work through
northern Xew Hampshire during the j
summer, will in a short time open an
electric contracting buines here. Mr.
Wailh igh comes here at the solicitation
of friend", well recommended, having had
2t! years' experience in all branche of
electric woik. Adv.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Maribou sets at Fitts'.
Price at Perry's are reasonable.
Indian moccasins for rest and comfort.
Tilden Shoe Co.
Silk petticoat are acceptable gifts. A
nice showing at the Pari Shirtwaist
House.
TALK OF THE TOWN
We. have nine different classes, of ac
counts for you to choose from in our
Christmas club. Everybody can find one
that will suit them and everybody is in
vited to call at the bank and join for
191. I. Club is now open. Barre Savings
Bank &, Trust Co.
"Useful Christmas Gilts Arc the Kind
That Give Genuine Pleasure"
Our store is crowded with just the right gift .
for father, mother, brother, or sister.
Genuine Leather Upholstered Chairs, from
$9.00 to $40.00 each.
Large, comfortable Chairs and Rockers, cov
ered with the genuine Chase leather, from $14.00
to $22.00 each. Parlor Tables, Library Tables,
WTork Baskets, Foot Rests, Rugs, Bissell Carpet
Sweepers, Buffets, China Cabinets, Dining Tables
and Chairs all at prices that you can afford.
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Another lot of those $12.00 Mission Clocks, to
be given away with every $35.00 cash sale.
Let Us Show You
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