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THK JSAKKH DAILY TIMES, HAHUE, VT., FRIDAY, DKCJOIIIKJl IB, 101.
0 M 8 AND SURROUNDING TOWNS read this adv. Saturday, December 19 is the last day of the Assignee Sale at the Barre Shoe Co. One-Half Price Sale We have several hundred pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes remaining- on our tables, so on Saturday, the last day of our sale, we will start from one end of our store and mark down every pair of Shoes to one-half price. Opportunity knocks at your door, to save mon ey on your footwear at our money saving prices. Two pairs of Shoes for the price of one. Notice Extra Shoe salespeople will be hired to assist our customers in finding the desired footwear. A large space reserved to fit on Shoes. Every pair of Shoes are marked with the price and size, making it plain for our customers in choosing their Shoes without confusion. awaits you on every pair of Shoes in this store. Several good sizes and styles to choose from in the remaining stock. It will mean money in your pocket to visit our. big half-price Shoe Sale. Fixtures for Sale Large desk and chair, several mirrors, show case, four settees, four-drawer National cash regis ter, two counters, etc. "Must be sold for what they will bring. Auction Sale of goods remaining unsold on Monday, December 21 LAST CALL Look for the store with the yel low signs. Barre Shoe Co. 1.11 Main St. Per order Robert E. Kcrw in. Frank J. Shea. Manager WATERIJURY Onircm of Mentor lo.ltfo, I. 0. O. K., electi'il Turmlny evening were: N, (!., J. II. vMlicr; vice pruml, M. I.. Monser: Hccictarv, K. K. Joxlvn; tictimtrer, (' ('. inivenj' I'. X. (i., v..' W. Huntley. Xext Siimlay afternoon W, L. Carver, RANDOLPH Mrx. Mary Hutcli, who lm Wen for the Innt few I'miitlm with her Mini. II. L. Hutch, and family, ,.ft on Thurmluy for Arlington, Miihm.,' where he. in to pasw the winter with miothcr uon. Mix Carrie HuhhIow. enuilovei in tho siiperintenilciit for New Knliiml of the j 1kh riling hoiiHe of the .L'rii:ulturill school American Nuinlay .N'hool union, in com pany with K. C. Kinney, Mate iiiisNicni niy for 'eruuint, w ill itt the I'niou Sunday Hchool" at Duxhuiy Corner, of FINE FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS AND NEURITIS Begy'i MusUrlne Surely and Speedily Conquers Pains and Aches and Ends Sore Throat and Chest Colds Overnight HKfiY'S MUSTAWXK is better than which Civile Morse ii the Mijierinteml lit. Mth. XcIhuii VaHwir recently dcliuht- j fully enleitaiued the K. L. S. club at her home on Itandiill Htreet. at landolih IVnter, left on Thursday for Dcrry, X. II., where ahc in to remain with li ..;-,... ,:n : ..e .1 .... , ope.iMK v"- """" :m,IHtr.l planter- better than hot water on .laniiary The ncliwd w now cloHed . "" " ,' ' . .1. . 1. ..,...ii,.i,. on account of ncarlet fever, ami several me in quarantine on that account, nl though 110 other canes arc at present an ticipated, liethany Cuild haelil its annual meet' Miss Kathleen Lcltarron is home from 'ijr " Thursday afternoon in the purish j ready, will not blister tho tnnderest skin (ioddard seniinarv for the holidays. ; house, with Mis. Fraser Metier and and 'will do anything that, a mustard Miss Mary Lease, .teacher of music in ' ' " '"""'"I' llH hostesses. There jdaster does, and lo it quicker. lams-better than any eouirh medicine, iHultie or liniment for ncuralnii. wdil in chest, backache, earache, headache, toothache, sure throat, coughs, colds or i 11 ... ..i. ; f ). iwxlv 1 ?f OUT J'UIII "I V lit II. HJ Just rub it on, that s all; it is always Hebron seniinarv. Me., is at the home of " I""""1 """ ,,ml her la.rcnts on 'lfih street. olhceii were elcctc.l to serve the cominK ,, ., ... . year: rrcsidcnt, Mrs. IJiwko l'rincej Atherton remains more com- jvj,,(, m,HUll.llU Mn). U )t, Johnson; see- ,H,'tttl)1''- irctary, Mrs. Kraser Mctzuer: assistant The little son of Dr. and Mrs. F. H. 1 secretarv. Mrs. ,1. II. Adams: treasurer. Mrs. S. C. Clark j assistant treasurer, Mrs. V. '.. I.amson: eexcutive commit- Steele, jr., is somewhat better, t'nder the auspices of the senior class of the Waterburv liitfli school, a tine n- lee, Mrs. K. H. Allis, Mrs. C. K. I4izclle, tcrtuinmcnt was iriven in the hiifh school ; Mm. J-I. (.iiillin, Mrs. H. L. Hatch. Mrs room Tuesdav evetiiiiL. Choruses were Harvey Iiiidiardson. Mrs. K. S. II rooks suiiit hy the'trirls' hijjrh school chorus. ! auditor. The guild now niiinlwrs 1 1 1 ' the original Miss Lena Wallace eondueted and Miss members, and in the last year had had (iet a 2.)-cent box to-day and keep it 011 hand at all times. Use it for rheu matic, pains and swellings, for lurnbapo, sprains, strains, soreness, lameness, stiff neck and joints, cramps 111 legs or pain in stomach. JUib it on and rid yourself of the dis tress and misery caused by sore feet, callouses, corns, bunions, frosted feet and chilblains. He sure it's liKGY'S MCSTAH1XK in the yellow box. It's Advt. Seasonable Gifts Hji.cI Cook was at the piano. A piano solo was rendered by Miss Olive (.arrow and a piano duct by Mrs. Walter John son and Miss Cook; a recitation given by Miss Margaret Keefe; vocal solos bv Nlrs. 1'. (i. Hill ami Mrs. K. K. Josh n and a dillicult violin solo by Raymond Hai eltine. Kaeh number was enthusiastical ly received and the participants obliged to respond to encores. Accompanists were Mrs. Walter Johnson and Mrs. K. F. Palmer, jr. The closing feature of the evening, much enjoyed and with a lesson for all, was the farce, "How the Story Crew." Those taking part wpm Misses Margaret Keefe, Barbara Brown, Olive ("Jarrow, Katherine Casey, Xellie Swasey, Angioletta Bai Rossi, Terrice Foss and .ilia Morse. Home-made candy was sold and the neat sum of $45 was realized from the evening for the treas ury of the class. NORTIIFIELD Co. F defeated the Barre All Stars in the armory Tuesday evening in a rough game, bv the score of 37 to 27. The annual meeting of the stockholders of ttie Xorthficld Xational bank wiH he held at their bankingrooms Tuesday, Jan. 12, at ! o'clock. AN the stores 111 town will be open each evening next week and will be closed all day Christinas day. Harold Fiske has been appointed sub stitute clerk at the local postodice and began work this week. Co. L of Xewport will play Co. F at basketball ill the armory this evening at 1 8 o'clock. The Co. F second team will ! play the Xorthiield high school team i Following the games there will be danc ing at five cents a figure until 1 o'clock. diaries A. l'lumlev, commissioner of taxes, left yesterday noon on a business trip in the interests of the state to Con cord, X. H., Boston, and and Hartford. Conn. He was accompanied bv K. I.. an average attendance of 41. It has paid during the year $201. US for dilfcrent objects and now has a handsome sum in the bank. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Hewitt of I'lain field, who have been with Mr. and Mrs. Finest Mcintosh since last Thursday, have returned home. Dean Wedgwood has gone to Xew York for a few davs stay. .Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge attimer of Cum berhnid, la., are the guests of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Klleii Lattimcr, arriving here on Tuesday. Mrs. Harriet Beckwith of Bridgeport, Conn., is being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. (icorge Ford. Mrs. Charles l'almer, who has been in Newport, X. H., since Sunday, returned home on Thursday. Mrs. Fred Chamberlin and her two children, who have been six weeks with Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Merrill, returned to HoyaTton Wednesday to prepare for re moval here, her '.husband having rented rooms in the K. X". Rising house on I'earl street. The Methodist church F.vtension soel ly has offered to pay $2IK) of the debt on the parsonage, if the balance of $M0 is raised before Xov. 1, 11115. It is un derstood that the officials asked the dis- jtrict superintendent to ascertain if the ociety would extend the time to three years and expect a reply in the near future. EAST CALAIS MARSHFIELD Field. WAITS RIVER Key. R. F. Ixuve, district superin- ttndciit, of St, Johnsbury, will prea.-h Sunday at 10:. "n a. m. and 7 p. m. Kv cry body is welcome. School closed to-day for a two weeks' vacation. F. 11. Miller i at home on a visit. ( hrir-tic Uichard-on is visting iclatives and friend. K. S. l.o. ke. K. I), and B. K. W afer man were in Barre on business the first ,,f the week. I Bernsrd Davis is on the sick list. ! Bernice Davis of Montpelier seminary 'is home for the Christ man vacation, alo Amah ('uniiingh.ini and Florence Currier, ( , , , lion, Bradford high school. I r Mr (;, Davis have re- I W.nona SanWn. who ,s teaching at j from ,!M,fo ll ,Te , mose .msi lor mu. ' w.vn ner .isier, -r-. )(o ,,. fnn,.r,v ,.,) 1)V Ml, K. S. Us-ke. tor the bolidavs. ..... ... ,, , i.ifi,-i 1 11 , ".1. Services appropriate to Christmas will lie ohvTtcd Sunday, both morning and eenii!t', MciiiIm ts of the Sunday chwil lire pre- No. (i, in liilU-rt's ball Tue'day, Jh-r. 22. paring the cantata i lititlcl "Christum All member are requested to attend, (at (.rundpa'," to 1m- given in l'ytluan ifdection of otl'a-er. etc. J. ,1. Sullnsn, j hall T!'iii,ly evening. IV'c. 24. A cor i tinancial secretary. jdi.il iiivitatmn i extended to all. ! ! Augustus I.almrron and Miss Klcanor .Vcwton were married last Tuesday even ing by Rev. F. E, Currier at Lower Cabot." J'he Mar-hfield Cornet band will give 1 promenade in l'ythian hall next Sutur day evening. Dei. 10. Mrs. R. S Hudson wished to thank the many friends, who have as kindly re membered her with liost cards and tcrs of sympathy during her recent ill ness. Mr. nnd2Mrs. A. T. Davis were in Barre Thursday, to attend the funeral of Flton Taylor. Mrs. (Airfield or Derby is visiting her i .t u tit . Mrs. Melimla Keinis. i Mr. and Mr. Merton Morse have moved from their rooms in Mrs. Lucy j llemis' house and are to spend the win- ter with Mrs. Morse's grandparents, Mr. lend Mis. F. V. S-neer. j Airs. Alice Clark has given up her : school in I'la infield to take care of her 1 mother. Mrs. Joanna Averill, who ia jiiite ill. Mis Clara B!is returned to Bradford ast week to woik f.r Mrs. Fred Kllis. Mrs. Kate Hadlock was called to Wil- j liauistown recently by the serious illness Forest Gray returned home Monday night from Ludlow, where he has been working the past six weeks. ( Mrs. Sarah Byron of Xorth Montpelier was in town Tuesday on business. A. K. Holt wag in Plainfield Wednes day on business. Frunk Ladeau returned home Tuesday from his visit in Canada. Mrs. Etta Bowers of Marshfield is working for Mrs. Horace Burnham. Mrs. Maynard King was in Hardwick Thursday, also Mrs. A. E. Holt and Mrs. Xettie .Martin. Miss Gladys Balentine of Montpelier seminary finished her studies there Tuea day until after the holidays, and re turned to her home here; also Ralph Bal entine. Mrs. Guy Bancroft and Miss Ruth Brown were Christmas shoppers in Mont pelier Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Charjes were in South Woodbury Wednesday. IN JEWELRY, WATCHES, DIAMONDS SILVERWARE AND CUT CLASS, STERLING SILVER AND NOVEL ' TIES, PYROC.RAPIIY OUTFITS AND , SUPPLIES, POST CARDS, CHRIST MAS LETTERS, GIFT CARDS, TAGS AND SEALS, CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR POST CARDS from 1 to 10 cents 0. J. Dodge, The Jeweler Plain Engraving Free of Charge 200 North Main Street Harre, Vfc ::nanKanKt:nRKaR GRANITE VILLE. Ouartcrly meeting of Court Rob Roy.) ABSOLUTELY FREE To anyone who purchases $5.00 worth of goods at our store, 1 pound of English Breakfast Tea at 50c or 1 pound of 35c Coffee will be given free this week. 18 lbs. Sugar $1.00 3 cans good Tomatoes. . .25c 3 cans good Corn 25c 3 cans York State Peas. .25c 3 pkgs. Kellogg's Corn Flakes 25c! 4 pkgs. Krinkle Corn Flakes 25c Pure Lard, per lb 14c Compound Lard, per lb.. 10c Special prices per Tubs. J. G. Sfiadroiii 115 So. Main St: Barre, Vt. Tel. 121-M a tt tt tt tt . tt tt GIVE BOOKS A good book is a continuous source of pleas ure. There is no more appropriate holiday gift. To learn of the best issued this season, call and look over the display at Martin's Book Store 118 North Main Street where a choice selection will be found to satisfy; the requirements of little ones and grown-ups. Nothing Better Than a Book aaKaaKaaaaKaaaaK 1MJirfr!HBTiBiir 812.11. U Oil Ui ILa Ui M. II In i 1 Suitable Suggestions for Christmas for Practical Presents Suitable for All Mankind a There int an ar ticle listed here that wouldn't bring pleas ure to the recipient. MEN'S SUITS MEN'S OVERCOATS HOYS' SUITS Z ! HOYS' OVERCOATS FANCY VESTS SWEATERS HATS AN!) CAIN SHOES Buy Substantial, Use ful Gifts , SUGGESTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE SELECTIONS Christmas remembrances are always difficult of selection fur a frreat many peo ple, and it often happens that ome useless novelty or trinket is choen, in the belief that fome people hold that Chritma. pres ents hn:;M le ."mething that the recipient wouldn't buy himself. There i n'thirg mre appropriate for rrrrr!r of the family or intimate friends than me fea-'nalle tr ft in wearing ap panl. In the fjf f-fti .is o:Tred in this ar.r.f'irrf-m r.t you will find a ijumler of artkl's whih are particularly arffptaMe to men and rxv. In our el thing MftHn yfj will f rl Suits and Overcoats tf high eU; ar i in j tmXkhY.y ail I r s. Useful prewnts are longest remem bered and the most highly valued. UNDERWEAR GLOVES MITTENS CRAVATS SUSPENDERS SHIRTS 1 MEN'S SLIPPERS HOSIERY ONLY 7 DAYS TO CHRISTMAS LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS n :t n a n a a ers Barre and Vicinity lor Diamonds Watches Rings Pendants Bracelet Watches Field Glasses Dressing Sets Manicure Sets Silk Umbrellas Clocks Fountain Pens Pure Silver 1847 Rogers Ware Hawkes Cut Glass Silver Deposit Ware E. Burr, Main Street Holiday Gifts THE KIM) THAT THEY WILL HAND DRILLS . HREAST DRILLS ' HITS CHISELS j HIT HRACES j OIL HEATERS APPRECIATE HAND SAWS PLANES PLIERS HAMMERS SHAVES The N. D. Phelps Co., Ttlephone . P.irre. Yfrmertit i We Will Cah Vnor Christ ma Cbeeki for Any Atwemst I The Union Clothing Company j IVp4 fqvitt TJtmt Parrr. VL VKUUY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMHl LANCE SERVICE . 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