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THE HAHHK DAILY TLMKS. JSAKlf H, VT.. TllUJCMJAY, DKUKM JJKJC '21, 101.
YEAR END
Clean Up Sale
Beginning Saturday Morning
a clean up sale of all odd and broken lots of mer
chandise left over from the Christmas season at
Greatly Reduced Prices!
Come to this big year end clean up sale. It offers you
money saving opportunities. Read the items below
there are many others not advertised.
Garment Department
Big reductions that will make merchan
dise move fast.
All Ladies' Fall and
Winter Suits at 1-2 Price
25 per cent, discount on Bath Robes
Furs
One lot of odd Muffs, values up to $5.98,
sale, each $1.98
One lot of odd Neck Scarfs, values up to
$5.00, Sale, each $1.00
One lot of $5.00 Opossum Muffs, Sale,
each $3.75
Big Liberal Discount On
All Ladies' Fur
Coats
Dresses
One lot t . very pretty Wool Dresses, our
$5.98 values, Sale $2.98
Skirts
One lot of Ladies' Dress Skirts, $5.00 to
$7.50 values, Sale, each $3.49
One lot of $2.98 Dress Skirts, Sale.. $1.98
Aviation Caps
All Caps at half price.
Indian Blankets
Two Gray Indian Blankets, slightly soiled,
$6.98 value, Sale, each $3.98
Flannels
One lot Kimono Flannels, 25c per yard,
Sale, per yard 19c
One lot Superfine Flannels, 15c per yard,
Sale, per yard . 10c
Laundry Bags
Ten per cent, discount on all.
Marabou Scarfs
One lot of Brown and Black Scarfs, our
$5.00 grade, Sale, each $3.69
Linens
Twenty per cent, discount on all soiled
Linens, consisting of Squares, Tray Cloths,
Towels.
Yarns
One lot of Eiderdown Wool, 15c skein,
Sale, per skein 9c
Belts
One lot of Ladies' Wash Belts, 25c to $1.00
value, Sale One-Half Price
Windsor Ties
50c values, Sale, each 35c
Trimmings
Half price and less odd lots.
Laces
One lot of odd Laces, per yard 2c
50c Bunch Lace, Sale, bunch 29c
Neckwear
One lot of Neckwear going at less than
half price.
KID GLOVES
One lot of odd Kid Gloves
of all sizes and kinds,
Sale, per pair 79c
CLUNY DOILIES
Real home-made, values
up to $5.00 each, Sale,
each $2.19
APRONS
All Soiled Aprons going
into this sale at a liberal
discount.
CASH REGISTER BANKS
Save your pennies by buying one of these Banks; $2.50 value, Sale, each $1.00
Only a few left for this sale. '
PARLOR GOLF GAME
Regular $2.00 value, Sale, each $1.50
COLORED PIQUES
One lot of Fiques, good for dresses or waists, also children's dresses, our regular ."8c
value, Sale 25c
CHILDREN'S COLORED APRONS
One lot of Blue and rink Aprons, consisting of Box Crayons, Tracing Book and Blank
of Taper, 25c value, to close, each 19c
DRESS GOODS
Be sure and see the special lot of Dress Goods to close at special prices during this
YEAR-END SALE
Fur CoatsFur Coats
Right now is the time to prepare for the cold, hard winter that's Ik-fore us, by buying
one of our FUR COATS at a big reduction.' Look them over Ik? fore you buy.
Watch our bargain tables there are some templing values ready for you.
Remember the date, Saturday morning, December 2G and closing December 31, 1914
The Homer Fitts Company
riCTORIAL AND LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS FOR JANUARY
s TALK OF THE TOWN
YOU have left your Christmas
hopping lo Ihc last, we are pre
pared with whatever you may desire.
rt Remember that a man's store is
the place to buy his present.
f You know that whatever you pur
chase here must be right and at right
prices.
Everything guaranteed to be as
represented.
j Shall we sec you to-day?
The Frank McWhorlcr Co.
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HARRE DAILY TIMES
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914.
The Weather
Nnow to-Mitflit mid probably Friday i
nut tjuitii no cold to-nigbti ficnh shift
ing wind,
TALK OF THE TOWN
I'ipea Rt one-half price at I.nnder
AUxitt'ii January mile Ntarti Saturday.
(lean-up bul Saturday morning at
X'niiliun'ii.
Conklin ncir-fillin fount! apens at the
Hurra DniK Co.
Our (ttore in open (.'brintimm morning.
('. N. Kenyoii & Co.
BargainH this evening in ChriHtmu.
ainta at Vaiifjlian'tJ,
All tlin lending lines of cigars in Christ
iiiiih boxes ut the mirre Drug Co.
Prcali-mndu ribbon randy, Hie per lb.,
3 tbH. for li.rM', nt tlio United Fruit Store.
New money will be given out in elmngo
on nil purchases made at Smith it ('Hill
On, ' Blupn tit.il.i.r
John ManHur'left this afternoon for !' f"ro":.)n . Randolph to remain un
liuiliiigton, where he will Hpend ( linst
TALK OF THE TOWN
She would like a maribou net. FitU'.
AblMitt' January hhIo atari Saturday.
Kent CliriHtniaH kid glove fl.iMl at
'aughan'H,
Special holiday program at the llijou
to-morrow,
lluy your holiday stationery t the
Harre lrug Co.
Join our thrift club now. Quarry Sav
ing Jlank & Trutit Co.
JIarry Dale of Boaton arrived to-duy
to make a few day1 viait nt the borne
of his folks at 2.1 (.ireen street.
Mrs. II. J. Sluyton of Liberty street
left yesterday for llurlington, where
she will visit during the holidays.
Do you like chocolates? We have, the
leading brands: Itclle Mead's, Belle'a
Fork-dip, Pago & Shaw. Harre Drug Co,
Lillian and Maude White of Third
htreet arrived to-day from St. Johns,
P. (,., where they have been attending
school.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Barclay and
two children of Franklin street went
More Closed Tomorrow
and as we may not see you, please accept our sincere
wishes for a very Merry and Happy Christmas Day.
we begin our annual after-Christmas Remnant Sale.
Saturday
mas with his parents
"The Price Paid," a two-reel Eclair
drama featuring Hid) Frazerj ulso a com
edy at the Bijou. -Adv.
Fred Baiid of Kim street left this
morning for hi former home in Waits
lield to pass the holidays.
Louis Tomasi is spending his holiday
vacation from the Worcester School of
Technology at his home in Harre.
Miss Mary J. Wright of Keith avenue
went this forenoon to Ix-banon, X. II.,
for a Christmas visit with relatives.
Have you tried our Helle's Fork-dip
chocolates? We have them in neatly put
up Christmas boxes at the Harre Drug
Co.
H. Pinnrdini nnd M. Marches! went
this morning to South Kyegate, where
they will visit relatives over the week
end.
When the flng on the Burzcll hotel is
nt full mast, at 4 o'clock the ice on the
skating rink is expected to be good.
Watch the flag.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Tfollister Jackson and
little son of Wellington street left this
forenoon for Burlington, where they will
iit relatives over Christinas.
The. choir lxiy athletes of the Church
of the (iiod Shepherd will meet for bas
ketball practice to-night at 6:3ft, when
the first and second teams will lie or
ganized. Many new items received by late ex
press will meet your Christmas gift
wants on this, the last day before Christ
mas. We are open Christinas morning.
C. X. Kenyoii A. Co.
Joseph Weafcr of Academy street
rtent to day to Morrisville, where he will
pass the llinstmas with Mrs, Weafcr
nnd little daughter, who have already
preceded him to Morrisville.
Turkey with dressing, cranberry sauce,
plum pudding and pumpkin and mince
pie served for 2o cents at, Jack's restau-
lant on Depot square Christmas day.
(lood nerviee and all are welcome.
Krnest Ixtonrneau, who has been
rentauranteur in Havre for several years,
has sold his lunch busines on Depot
square to bis brother, Wilfred Letour
neau. who has already taken possession.
I he new proprietor has been employed
til ufter Christmas
Andrew Lafountnin, who has been em
ployed in Ixis Angeles, Cab, for several
years, returned to Harre last night and
will make his home here this winter.
There, will be a rehearsal for tho
Christmas concert ut tho Baptist church
Saturday at ' p. m. It is important that
nil who ure to take part be ut this re
hearsal. Louis Abiatti, who went to Concord,
X. II., for a visit Tuesday, left there
to-day for Mil ford. Mass., where he will
pass the remainder of the week with
relatives.
The 11 o'clock car leaving Montpelier
Christmas night (Friday) will go
thn'gh to Harre, waiting there till 1
o'clock to accommodate those attending
the dance, lteturning, the car will go
through to Montpelier.
Stanton Burgess, a student at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
and hU brother, Karl Burgess, who in
tends the Bryant & Stratton business
college in Boston, are at the home of
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hiley Bur
gess of the Montpelier road for the lioji
duys. Inmates at the city almshouse on the
Merchant street extension are to lie giv
en a bountiful Christmas dinner to-mor- j
row through the cooperation of Overseer :
. I'. Mil liard and the matron, Mrs. C.
This includes Laces, Ribbons, Percales, Ginghams, Pop
lins, Dress Silks, Flannelettes, Eden Cloths, Cretonnes,
Silkalines, Kimono Materials, etc.
You'll find them on the front center counter.
LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL
FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE
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HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre,Vt. f
Successor to Vtale & Knight 2
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W. Vaneor. There will be
few
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A Merry Christmas
tras" and a fowl or two for the 18 un- j
fortunate who are gathered on the farm
c.t the present time. This morning a i
number of the inmates who have been ;
able to assemble a few metallic disc were i
permitted to wine to the city to do their j
shopping. Xearly everyone who enjoyed j
this privilege did not forget to purchase ;
a present tor the cliiluren whom cir
cu instances have placed on the farm.
Businesslike Co-operation.
Cooperation between producer and
con'umer is steadily growing, but needs
to be better worked out before it ran
have unqualified approval. One reason
the co-operative movement to give the
farmers more and make the city people
as Ins brothers asitant for the past !, . . , , , , . '. ,
t; ..,.i, ir ...:n . i ! that its lenders have claimed too much.
:-iAi,i"iiiim. iiT mil nniuiiiir in miller i .. , r t
... i , ., , . iror example, a professor of economics
neau disposes of business ls'cause of
his wile's poor health. Another restau
rant ebange has also taken plsee in
Harre, Charles V. Yaneor having pur-
based the "Hole in the Wall" lunch Is-
tween the t,rtbcn and Whcchvk build
ings. The retiring owner, Fred I. Church,
disposed of his business on account of
poor health and has gone to Burlington
to seek treatment. Mr. Vancor is asso
ciated with a silent partner. whoe name
bus not Iss'n mentioned in connection
with the sale.
Appropriate Christmas preparations
have Is-en made at f. Monies 's church
this year and services to Is- held to-night
snd to morrow forenoon will lie featured
by special niusiCj centering in theme
around the Xativity. The church has
been attract ivel v decorated with ever
greens. Midnight, mass will begin at 12
o'clock, the pastor, l!ev. P. M. MrKenna
Ising isted by the curate. Hcv. A.
Hugh MrKenna. An augmented choir will
told an intelligent audience that, if co
operative stores were established in one
of our big cities, they would save the
consumers from ,'iO to 40 per cent and
permit the farmers of nearby counties
to obtain fiO per cent more for their prod
ucts than they do now. Such exaggera
tions do harm. In the marketing of
their products, farmers must tight for all
they can get. So in neighborhood co
operation there must be good business
sense, or the plan will eventually fall to
pieces. In cooperative undertakings in
this country the failures far outnumber
the successes and yet, the idea is good.
As to co-operation in living, the mass
ing of families, there i grave doubt that
it will ever work until human nature is
different. The American wants a home,
and the struggle is to make this home
individual ss well as ideal. Kditorial in
Woman's World for .lanuarv.
When packing the Christmas stockings,
don't forget footwear.
There's nothing more sensible, useful or
acceptable for a man's, woman's, boy's, girl's
or child's Christmas than footwear. Com
fortable Shoes and Slippers for the men, and
Women's Shoes, Slippers, and Moccasins for
all purposes. School Shoes, Storm Shoes,
Rubber Boots for the big or small boys. Slip
pers, Moccasins and dainty footwear for the
girls or the smaller members of the house
hold. THE PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE
C. S. Andrews Prop. 187 North Main Street
GRAMTEVILLE.
WILLIAMSTOWN.
!inn Stewart's Ma in D minor snd the
'solo parts will lie taken as follows: Ten- The special train to accommodate shop.
or solo, Heiirr t anoll; tenor solo. Fr.-d U'v' flom hrre wil1 nin ov'"" the Harre
Canton: soprano solo. Miss Inise Can- 1 railroad to Harre and return Thursdaj
ton. asiste,l i.r oiurtct ronsistinij of nigni i me usual immim.
Thomas Hamel, .tnbn rlwi".. Miss Mary
Carroll and Miss Mnre-uerite Brown. Be
fore the tnas Mis Kuth Humphrey will
sum 'O Holy NigM" and after mas has
la-en celebrated. James P. Kllcy ill play
violin solo. "Quietude. Mis Beatrii-e
CnllauVan i the organist and she will
Ih si-t-d in the acotnp.inimeiits by
Mr. Hiley. Sereins in St. Monica's on
Christmas morning will Im In Id t 10
and II o'clock.
PAVILION THEATRE
Augustus Thomas Presents in Moving Pictures
EUGENE WALTER'S MASTERPIECE AND GREATEST
SUCCESS
Paid In Full
IN FIVE PARTS "
With Members of the Original Cast, Including f
TULLY MARSHALL
ADMISSION, 10c SMALL CHILDREN, 5c
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Christmas
to All
Yu cn ntkl sot'ie tn ndo-r of the
family r firosi,)i bp V by b'ij,ne
Tour '" ant .f 11i latest
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The f.re in the grange ball has not in
terfere, f with niv businens. Barlx ring,
sd and toba.ts at the old stand: plen
tv of beat. V. K. Bandall.
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Vu-i t tun of uficcr. smoke talk Will
follow after the meeting.
Itcgular meet -imi
of Harre
aerie, I. ',7.1. F.
O. 1'.. Tbtirodav
netiing at 7:3''
o' lis k in t h
K c 1 e ' hall.
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DREAfflLAND
THKATRE
Useful Christmas Gifts!
SriXIAL EXTRA TEA
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