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THE HAltUK DAILY TIMES, HA Hit E, VT., THUHSDAV, DECKMHEH 21, 10H.
5 New A is For Christmas Gifts USEFUL GIFT IS ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE WITH THIS IN MINI), WE SUGGEST THE FOLLOWING Aprons A new, fresh stock of Dainty Aprons at 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c, GOc, 75c, and $1.00 A tidy stock of 100 styles to select from. Petticoats are a good gift. We have a big lot of the newest; let us show you. Messalines, all colors, at $2.50, $3.00 Ask to see our Jersey Top Petticoat, all colors, at. .$2.29 98c buys a pretty Cotton Messaline Petticoat. Kimonos Handsome Crepe Kimonos in Christmas boxes at $1.50, $1.75, $1.98, $2.50 and $3.00 Long and Short Flannelette Kimonos, beautiful pat terns, at 60c, 90c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.95, $2.50, $2.98 Bath Robes Let us show you these, at $2.98, $3.50, $3.98 and $4.98 Towels Some beautiful Damasks at 25c, 50c, 60c and 75c Guest Towels at 15c, 25c, 50c up House Dresses New lot at $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, 1.98, 2.50 Shopping Bags that are the newest, at... 98c and $1.25 Sweaters at $2.50, $3.50 and $4.98 Umbrellas Always an acceptable gift; at . 98c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.98, L'.5U, Htf.oU S9c Ask to see the Umbrellas at 89c each Mil! Sale of Cloakings You Have an opportunity to select from a big line of Cloakings in Chinchillas, Kerseys, Zibelines, Boucles, Plaids and Plaid Backs. This is an especially good oppor tunity to make a big saving on Cloakings. $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98, $2.00, $2.50 yard PER RY (D. "C AMP TALK OFJTIIE TOWN Indian KlippiMg nt FittV. Haby ulclglii ami robos. Sdlior'a. Cigara in all alio holiday boxes at Mar rion'i. Open ClirintniHU morning. C. N. Ken yon 4 Co. CliriHtmaa furs special tliitt evening Ht Viiuliun'H, See Abbott' January nalu udv. in t'uin paper Saturday. Stop in at the JJarre Drug Co, and look over our stocic. IlatlirobPH at $2.!2, $.'1.50, $3.08 and $4.08, at Perry 'a. Remember the dance C'hriistimu night, the 25th, in Ilowland nail. Petticoat! make a good gift. You should nee the big lot at Perry's. Fred Croteau went thin morning to Shelburne to pans Cliriiitma with rela tives. No matter jf your gift is large or small, you want quality. You get it at MarrionV James Mullally went this forenoon to Xorthlield, where ho will visit relatives for a few days. Charles Uarr went this morning to Montreal, where he will spend Christ mas with relatives. Oabrille Bori of this city left yester day for Hoston, where he will visa rem lives for a few da vs. Next to Holt's barber shop American Klioe Shine Parlors. Ladies' and gents' shines. Jiext to Holt s. Mr. snd Mrs. Js'orris Hamel left to day for Cambridge Junction to visit rela tives until after Christmas. Christmas day skating nt the Bur..el! rink on Pearl street; three sessions. 10 a. m., 2 p. m., and 7:30 p. in. Harry F. Stowe of 129 North Main street returned to Harre last night from an extended visit in Hoston. Direct from the factory, 10.000 7-20-4 cigars in all sizes. Prices the lowest. George VV. Lander, Tobacconist. ou are safe in buying your smoKers articles at Marrion's. All pipes guar anteed not to burn out or crack. If. A. Phelps of Academy street re turned this muruing from a short bus iness visit in Hoston and vicinity. Frozen pudding for your Christmas dinner delivered anywhere in the city, liussell's, The Red Cross Pharmacy. David Mortimer of Ponton arrived in the city last evening for a holiday visit with relatives in Biirre and vicinity. James llrown of Windsor is paing the holidays with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Brown, of Bassett street. TALK OF THE TOWN Silk scarfs at Fitts'. Como to Vuughaii's Christina store this evening. Universal vacuum bottles $1.50 up, Burro Druir Co. Membership in our thrift club close lan. 9, 1015. Quarry bavings Hank 4 Trust Co. New money will be given out in chango on all purchases made at Smith & Turn ings' store to-day, l'rovido money for future use by join ing our thrift club, Vuarry Savings Bank & Trust Co. l'p-to-date shoe shining parlors in eon ruction with Miera Barber Shop at 157 North Main street. William Walsh left last night for Quiney, Mass., where ho will visit rela tives for a few days. Our Latest cigar in all sizes, and all other brands, including Key West, at Lander's Cigar Store. J. A. McCortie of Laurel street left yesterday for Bethel, where he will visit relatives for a few days. Frederick Dutton left to-day for Sher brooke, P. Q., where he will remain for a few days visiting relatives. James Barnbridge of Chicago, III., ar rived yesterday for a few days' visit with r-latives in the city. Edith Gerbetti of North Main street left yesterday for Boston, where she will visit relatives for a few days. Frozen pudding for your Christnu.s dinner delivered anywhere irv the city. Russell's, The Red Cross Pharmacy. L. S, Little of draniteville was in the city yesterday on his way to St. Albans, where he will visit friends for a few days.h O. Rossi of Pleasant street left this morning for Rutland, where he will visit relatives during the remainder of the holidays. Mrs. Peter Burtruni of South Framing ham, Mass., returned home yesterday, after a few days' visit with relatives in this city. Mrs. Alfred Saunders and Minnie Saunders of Avers street left vesten'uy for Montreal, where they will visit rela tives for a few dars. Harold Miles of draniteville, a student nt St. Michael' college, Winooski, was in the city yesterday on his way home to spend the Christmas vacation. -Mr. and Mrs. I). Cassanalli of Boston, who have Ismmi vinitiig friends and rela .A A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Our January Clearance Sale Begins promptly nt 9 o'clock, Saturday morning, the next day after Christmas. Full page advertisement in this paper Saturday. Be ahead of the paper by getting at this sale early Saturday before the rush. You know what this January sale means to you. The Daylight Store 4 Joseph Oomer. of Hardwick, w ho is pass- j tives in the city for the past few days, inir a few city with tnends m l'.urre, will return home at the end of the week. If Ji Ci.V.M mm JL OR THE GOOD WILL YOU HAVE SHOWN US DURING THE PAST YEAR WE THANK YOU MAY YOUR CHRIST MAS BE MERRIER AND YOUR NEW YEAR HAPPIER THAN EVER. U2aL 11 xxr tirrrpn c " w r - ml m WW m 0 iff y TALK OF THE TQYX ''.to t ( 'hildrt n's legjjitigs at Fitts'. I'ijiea, pip'-g, )m-, nt lender 'a Fbtniielette mirht lolss "i.'. XHUghan's. pHiiMHii ivory, the lwt in town t the I'.srre lniff Co. House dree. all new l.t, at I.2.I. Lflo, .7. and tlMS. t V rry's. Small ln-mi and eellulind dull at M,s l!oi'ir, eoirti-r Ma.n and IVarl t rit . i rtioi,, v wi'l m tiicn out tn (I sti'p j o-i all !!tr lin- made t mitli X ( ni ivg' tor t--dy. Tli'-re is i. or mft pitt rr- looked. n m tid-r tin tnr l n !i!itin morninir t'i .liable ru to com I !ite tl t !it. t . . Kivyonk t . RAXDOLPH. Mj. m mi, i.i'.r !. i tu l it at rs i n- uii ritv. iimw j l.. r lt St'ir i'm' in ( t'r li'li'l.t '-ti,o .f(i ir i-ofM. ir ?! Mr . t i f.xd. A !'-r M.t-r. i.ifur.l, nsw fr'-in M'ir't II '!t-ke .ii.-fc-e, ir li-r aiil r'-ir.i in t i jr f It.at . t r.Mj li.ti m ir"m I n tr I-!. ', . tM- ! . .11 Hn"l! H'i.'t t t t Mr. Al I. ' ,th i.r .,,- 1 , ti Ihr n !!- tm i'tj'Biir 1rm1 : f ij 'B r t1 tm w I vt V.utt t, f. . 7 I I, '..- r. '.f. U l,rt. t.kl' i-f. V-. Kt- Davis ll'iMil. n-coinrmniel her her and pnt to In r Inline m 1 U t ! I to bh a few days. Mr. and Mr. Frank Kitclmm l.ft dlidr for i;yville to p tl, time till Saturday with Mr. and Mra. WalUr Rrtclmm. 'C)iarl Piai.dil!, who lu be-n with them fr thrw vfnt to Whit V.ixer .lunrti'n to tttj till tiny return t Kt rn l!'lkh lode h Id it fvjru'ar . nntiii(t .n "liit.y ff-nii-g t tli j and rlH-d !h fi llim mj; f.fTici ni: Vi I.1- i.'nn I. Mrs Franklin sliltiry; i.v frrand. .Mm. FlVn l.a tt iin.-t ; nj.. 'rv. Alilne F. tlstk; trt-a.urr, Mio Dance Christmas niht, the 2")th, in Ilowland hall from 8 p. m. to 1 a. in. Gents, 75e; ladles, free. Special car after dunce. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waterman of Bos ton are pausing the holidays in this city and at Mrs. Waterman' former home in Plainlield. Arthur X. Dufur, who is employed as a plumber by the C. V. Avcrili t'o., is spending several days at his former home in Kiehford. Deey Darling of Smith Ryepiite re turned liome yestenlay alter a short vis it at the home of James Darling on Laurel street. Dana 1'riice, who is employed by the Victoria (Iranite t'o. in Keene, X. H., ai rived in the city last nijht for a visit at his luinie on Camp street. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Itottiiriri of West xtnet left this morning for Itrdstone, X. II., where they expect to remain with relative until after Jan. 1. Mr. snd Mrs. 1'hilimore Harris of Port land, Me., are pasin(f the holiday with ! Mrs. Harris' imri'iit. Mr. and Mrs. l'at-I rirk i!ron of .TffTcrson tret. i Mrs. Florence Smith and two daugh ter, who are t-pi ndinif the winter in j Hoston. arrived in tle city yesterday to tiass the holidays at their home on F.at street. The Christmas entertainment and tre of the Italian ltni'tUt mission on Prook street ill lie held in the mission Thurs day afternoon, Dec. 24, at 3 o'clock. AJ1 are irnited. Mis Flieda Hooker, a student at Sin. mons collejje, H'ton, arrived home lft fveninjl to pass the holidays with lier parent. Mr. and Mr. H. W. Ibuikei ot Park trei t. (".eolpe (iovc and Ilolmrt Newell, who i attend the Worce.ter School of Te h- fnilojry, arrived tin morniii); to sp nd j their liriftinai vai-ation at their lumii in this city. T. .1. HollanJ, wno li Iwen n:akirifr his home with .b!ni (liary on North Main street for several nKinths. left last eveniii, for Pexerly, M.. for an ri tended stay. Jam- lfc'nnett of IVarl trmt went fo-dv to Hrdi'k with Mis. ISi-iiriitt I ( (Aire. kIm lHKt--de krrl ds)a SfO. Mis f- Watnnian returned to their home vesterdav. Swedish Order of Vaa will hold a Christmas festival, supper and dance in K. of C. hall Wednesday, 3. Music, six-piece orchestra. Kverybody cordially invited. Dr. Alexander If. Smith of Fitehhnrg, Mass., arrived in t lie city this morning and left later for Morrisvillr, where he will visit rtdatives for a few dcys. Lat er Dr. Smith will return m this city to visit tit the home of W. I). Smith of pill Summer street. WATERKURY Mr. and Mrs. James E. Crossett Enter tained Friends on 40th Anniversary. Forty years ajro yesterday .Twine K. Crossett and Mary J. McMullin were married in Warren by Jud;e Horace Ly ford. They returned to the home of Mr. Crossett' parents, Judjre .lamia and Ku retta Crosby Croesett, and Mr. Crosett Inter purchased the farm of hia father. Mr. Crossett h carried on an extensive farming and luinlier husine and ha been very intluenlial in town affair. He ha been a member of the loard of se lectmen most of the time since Isssi and represented Duxbury in the legislature of lsl. Mr. and Mrs. Criwssctt have heait ily entered into community lif and hae been very Renerou of their time and mean for the sid of all, and it a with tnuili pb-amire that their friend jrsth ered at their bispitble home last eveii- inj; to congratulate them upon thi event and to rejoice that Mr. Crossett' health is able ti is'i'iiiit or thi fathering. About M were present from Waterbury, South Duxbury. Duxbury Corners, a well a the immediate vicinity. Also M". and Mrs. K. J. lonp. Mr. ami Mr. l!ob ert M'-Aliister and IMniel and John Mc lui;hlin of Waitsfleld. Mu:c for dane inu ! furno-hed by Fred lniirclle and Mrs. Poy llutcliiii. the oldfhioned dune.' Uinp tid. Itef irsbment Werr served by Mr. ant Mr. Philip slumio, Mr. and Mrs. l.rne.t Clitfm. Fred lUve 1 in ay I Mis Dora luirelull. The r rariieiii(.nt for ttn del.l.tful affair in Mil, an, arrived in the ity last urn mi? for a holday visit with ber parent. Mr. and Mr. I). S. Waterman, of upper aslimpton itreet. Mis Fstlx-r Ftiichan, who i atten lu g the Walt ham, Mas.., training mh. f-r tii r1. arrived in ti fity yetlerlay tv !lid a fe iiiv with her mother. Mrs. Al.-x .ilca of Spauliimi? tre-t. Ibe ity sMitrl emmitt' of tbi s,,. ...ftl... . r, w mill V... in .1.. re made bv Mrs. Slmtu'i. the onlv eh'l 1 to pass Cbiisima ii Mr. and Mr. rett. who live mnr ind little daughter. ' her prent an I whoae husband ably as 1 him to Harda ick j ita Mr. Cn.tt in the business. Twu j cratiib -I'd tren, Jsnus Cro'tt Me.nin and h( is einidovCj 'rureti nwnv ie!iio. k.ve mie n plea C. Jones. Miss Mary Carroll was aiimit ted to memliership. Miss Dorothy Grow received her bracelet for becoming a tire maker and Frances Harris and Lucy Tal bot, rinjs for the wood-gatherers' degree. Monday evening the lighting of the com munity tree was planned, but because of the inclemency of the weather was post poned until Tuesday evening. A 2ii-foot tree stands at the corner of Main and Stowe streets and is very pretty with its decorations and illumination each evening.- A large company gathered on Tuesday evening. A carol was sung by the school children and two were sung by the assembled company. To-day eight teams have been put into service and Santa Claus and Mrs. Santa Claus have been multiplied to fill each team and have been with bundles to every part of the town. Tuesday evening also the Sunday school at Duxbury Corner had its Christmas celebration. A nice pro pram of songs and recitations was given and a tree was bounteously laden. The town hall was well filled and all enjoyed the pleasure given a large number, tlyde Morse, as superintendent, liad cnarge oi the exercises. Harold Morse imperson ated Santa Claus, Vesterdav afternoon about 7.3 were present at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wheeler of those inrer ested in the Advent church at Colbyville. j A program was well rendered; a tree bore fruit for all, and sherbet and cake were served. I-ast evening the home tiee of the Congregational Sunday school was held, the tree being beautifully dec orated with colored lights and decora tions. A fine program was rendered, con sihting of (lute olos by Miss Annie Dor othy Palmer, recitations and songs, and the U-adinff of the carols bv a chorus of girls. Miss Mildred Ilreene. leader. Paul i Swasey appeared true to the fiction, ' "Santa Chun," and much merriment was j aroused as the presents were distributed. t Following this all were invited to the t l . V. 1 U n 4 ....... ' SOTIHI room Ul 1 Mr cumin, .uric a unn of ice cream, cake and cookies was giv en. Fa eh child was also given a hand made basket filled with home-made can dies. The entertainment closed with the singing of carok. This afternoon the j Duxbury Corner school. Miss Mattie Holt, j teacher, have their exercise in tne town hall. This evening the Sunday school ex-e-eises of the Methodist Kpiscopal church I will Is- given with a tree in the church. Thi evening, midnight mass will be rele- biated at St. Andrew's church. Kev. Hob rrt ls'voy, pnstur, by St. Andrew's choir, n which R. J. Burnham is organist. The choir member are the Misses Casey, Car row. Ansir, oivrien, Keefe, Cotfrin. Sul livan, Manning. McLean. Stewart and Collins, snd Messrs. Thibault, MeCor mack, Burnham and Davis. Leonard's masa in B (1st will rendered, supple mented with parts from Bonner. The solos, "Chnste Flrison," Miss Cuffrin; 1 "t.rntias Airmius" Mr. Collins; "Ft In- caruatus Lt," Miss Manning "Agnus Dei." M. L. Thihsult; "Adeste Fldeles." j the Mis.e CofTrin and Collins, with cho rus. Huets: "Holy Night." Miss Man-j niiig; "Start of the Fast." Messrs. Dvi j and Burnham and "Angels We Have H-ard," Mis-e ( offrin and Collin with chorus. j FRESH VEGETABLES Warm car arrived late with Pascal Celery, Lettuce, Cucumbers, Radishes, Spinach, Sweet Potatoes, etc. We are open this evening, call and make your selections early. Plenty of large Chickens and Fowls. Low prices on chickens for pies. We extend best wishes of the season to you. New money will be given out in change on all purchases made at our store today. SMITH & CUMINGS flliniOTRflAO Oil yiiiiio i mr rpim o 1U Ui t.UIMLU Florida Oranges 20 for 25c to 35c doz. California Navels 18 for 25c to 50c doz. Bananas 16 for 25c, 25c doz. Mixed Nuts, fair .2 lbs. for 25c Mixed Nuts, fancy 2 Its. for 35c Other Nuts at low prices. Malaga Grapes 2 lbs. for 25c California Grapes, fancy, per It) 15c Pineapples, each 15c to 35c Casabas Melons. Lettuce and Celery will arrive Thursday morning. Pricis low. Ribbon Candy, per lb 10c See our display of Confectionery. Fancy Baskets put up to order. Goods delivered free. SVERSI fRUST CO. 0 ure to their j;rndr reiit. Vr, ( r (! is the Isst one of t'-e name in the town .. f Tv... 1 .. I .. , ... ' I. , ..... .... 1 ... .... , ..... . .. .'William Strong; S. V. ('.. Jm W. New llir'J TIWTII lf III- I.M-RMI. l 1 pW II ' t V- T ' R, .T. Burultani' music class pave a very pleasant reeita! Tuesday a'ternmrn t tlte borne of Mr. and Mr. Burnhm on .Main street, me 1 01:1ns nou-e, into which thev rei-entlv moved. A large company gathered and the following tix-k part: Helyn D'Brien. Palton ttBrien. Ilircl Morrill. Mariraret Keefe, .lessa- inioie r.ilimgs. Nellie Cormier. Kachel I B-i-si. tiladya Crr, 'iol Anair. flhve i'.srr'w. Theresa Roal. Ieonard Barney, In Billing and Mrr Caey. j ofTi.-er f Fdwin i)dlinghtn post, O. iA. I... reo nt It elrctet are: Commander, A, V BccMcy Dealer in Paints, Oils, White IJead, Varnishes, Wall Paper, Mouldings, etc. ; Artists' Supplies a Specialty 46 Main Street Over Drown's Drug J?to:e Telephone 2S9-W Darre, Vermont in. i ton ; J. V. C John rreMcm; adjutant. Cassiu Ciies- lev; surgeon, lbnrv .lanes; itiaidain, ( I arte t r t ; ofluer of tlx- dy, Clil - ui Driu-ii; efiifer f t h ruard. Taniel aland Johntton. The ai-rtntivr oflicer )rs t an litormm Sun.Uy ait.rrifxm at 3 a ill tie fna Jf known ', are! tiier i.l be !'ilit int!'tl-n f the nrpaillta tKHi l loncmg to elln'i, Ik at iimntii. inlisk. !!f.ite from mii l.-u in tbs- itT r re.jiiest-.l to t j .e-ei f. .Tame s. Milne, jr, t fniAovt-A th th Mussaf'iistt IWinJ.r.tf 4 ,s tn Mr. and Mr. 4. I'. I . m ii r-tu'tw-d on j w,. arr.ve ,n tb ntr to dsv In ihumi fi',rUv tr..rn a tl.r.e e Is' ,ur ino i,,.i. .,), i... ,r.,t. l. Mr. .'atn- . M.!w of I.itartr street. 11.. , ml... k Ik.. 1,.. I ltilt t. full ,,. .Ii.,L... .1n. 1 r..M. I T'"""" " and lues Iss n t lie eiie .f tnaii v gather- j , i!if nt !iki tl.e n last ti'uht aa I i i..... . .... i ....... i.. .u.. ...ii. i ... . i I la'tV.,,,,. Utter and nwj-e. were , F..rdlm ; -tr-atit m.Jw. stc,.,e 11,11 imsii..t f rtmi niirt' fnetiJa anrt rela. I 11 r tive, j e i-rn 1, Mrs. 1- j llran !!(. Mi l iblmry F'-re-t iU.. anl re n at t'w ir a j'rt nw-nt in t'e I n- I!ihr4 !'e ,f t a i.'r. Ii- eame n , Vetne 'ar ' f trw f. t fl tUr ea iit ii .. j aiei ts. .Mr. and Ir M. '. ! l:.mT j V fc-rrrt 1 , A"'. f T'rlT I Tiis-1t tmutg at twT Iw-m" mi Irak-j I . a iii t.'-fl.-d d ral y rl ir I iin t- v,-ii- f-r ' s ' i. f. . r e 1..-T til s'is f-- 1,1 t .rf V.l - ! t -irt:- f-. 1 ! M. ' is ' .'.n-- '. I t;n i"T et t an - j -a wn t- i v r a; - ! I -i j:'il f . . r- at ' r e I--.- . , 1 h a.;;'irn"i annual rt i.. ,f fh I'e'ii .'! t- b-1 1 in I 'lasj !r,n I'! Saturlat it,t-g :i , at 7 . la'j-e t' ii !a.i.s ,f t lie ri.n,1.,. -,. -st !v 4iired. IVr wr -t tti jT-i 4e, t . .lidn II. ! s ' n if irri.t.t trt. rf l " e i rs i - i -i wfwua m arre i "rib' "' "" ' "' "" - .. "V j b ,!!. . -s -f i;! f .r t I 1 - t I .. of A", . S. .. I ' ! rs.l t " li i .i t t, I., t r. ).) W'th on 1 ' ! f r al t Useful and Practical Gifts tr.-.Mti -re j.r.i ' -"'. it ) i k o--e '. ti sir t. III t-.- .-'-i u i )'pmr I jfi4 at t 1 lv ' lt t'..,l e I 1. fn - 's. . f: ir. . ... v. ,1 f. in e , f tr t--t-sV t .t tt Vt m-f-t V- a ' - 5 . , -. A Double Rurumay. .iU tlce K'e rr' were .Iru.rnr t'leir tbrnlde team vt-rda mnrttiiiaT t t.eir Ihm'nifr farm 1be alipl'ed at t b llrrtw l.f Hei.rv l.alrf-ef. to a 'k up tft j t ill. 1 f.ursse imniediat'ly iart.i and ' in i a.i-.a t s m .f .li.i.n l'r. -1 sle.J I t t' slei.jtl B I br.. .fT t a-t. t ft; n,g Mr. I'r--t -! tn ti cr'-ui 1. I l'is l'. it i?.' I I. is - d ar i i fi.iir. t,e K' Nm d"n lit ot'ju-t l.;t t Vr. tiurtirt' bona oitf . f l , 1 Ir ,. F. ,i, VajliV C'i.1 i fur r-' rtf A ti f n.j Mr. rrmi friif. ;sir-1 if-ii tf 11 bf-. 7 tm i x t t'' -r ! n tl -. . , i .v 4- rtr : a - ;.t s .rp msO.t -l i a'i 4 1-t . Hi. 7' .. I i - s ti r T1 ,r;i.' 'i r -s 1 r nt ' rt .1 .i ...u-x ,?'', e r.jr -Icnn ro ' to ' . v, t is: .. . 7 en ? t ' ,! sr..-. i ' trt t .., i,r n; fak r 4 f i ri -t t f n- tt' I O ri.n. Cnrarr. (r.str-a nv.!T l )i n T- !e " k . t" - hi .-t'. m t t - i V. 7 1"' a !... b i at 1 r-i '" ' 5 M. .. H. I ns. It. ti. w i:!irer , te.J for Fmerald IXakah I h" . No. .IJt. are: Noble prail-l. V r. t 'a ra S g nt ; i It- Ma's' ull; , tarr, Vr. Fl'.a IViyee; ( treaanrer. Vr. N' ttie Fife. j An one tb b'me from their t-ev- j tit- b.ls for t!'',r b"', iay varation j am lVrtel Ferry Iron !vnnelaw 1'iJy- i f.-rbnic institute. Trr, . .; Heath T"n' "! 'tl F.rker fr ru Mid.IV t,!rv enner"? Ivr.t Sasaev a nl M.a' o.fr-a IVik ii '-run thf I rinr tv f WrpxMit. Mi- Vrr (.iijtil Irom le;i- i !c e.Ue. M. !rln Wi'klm from t. .1 ! Nr-Tl Hd. F'oyJ Ark- el. (run Vr.n'rw'lier ft. rrrr ani Mi KatVWn Fl-airon frfmi te-Hard aem mtir. I t. a 1 'r. tv. F. i rt l ave for !. y.r. 1 f.-i-i1 ' n fr an! bt'th r. ?s Inri fin rf ( w't6. V. II.. at. I '.t. f. ! frn F J -a I ti-tlel rjf J'f , .. i v it h j-r fail-. T'rr-l",i r-r - .i. f .-! )-r "rk if f r ' r g in !. i V I W. nr flat- v fl N -fn. 'as. s -a s, r.lt:-si Ti M-s. Hat-- ..I arri fct"r'l. i-sisai iV'3.'J mmmmmmm HOC 25c 25c 25c T-resTP, tt T.", .. 7n . 1 ; a. m. at tr Pct-cSai. i i i " P r ( -'iv-k n '.g I 1 f-.f , t TI e i tl- r i -. . ? V e a 7 K I ' T ' Our usual full line of fresh native Turkeys, Duck Geese, Chickens and Fowls. Four quarts best Cranberries for Ten pounds best Star Sweet Potatoes for. Six pounds Pop Corn that pops for Good size sweet juicy Oranges, 1G for California Navel Oranges are coming fine; sweet and juicy: per doz 25c to 40c Pest Florida Grape Fruit .1, 4 and Z (or 25c New Mixed Nuts. 2 pounds for 25c The best Mabga Grapes 2 pounds for 25c Bakery Department Fancy Christrr,;.s Cakes Short Bread, full line of pure Whipped Crean G' largt? Mince, Pumpkin and Squash Pies. Grocery Department Even thing in farcy Fruit ar. 1 Vegetables in bulk tin and' pla?. Ii ice Layer snd Hulk Kaifir.s Tea and Coffees that have real v?.j Fish Department Yru will fir 1 th; ;'; artn,nt full r f the tt Fi-h on the market V- rAyi Hir.e-ria le I1r.r.:,n Up 1 -iir s Piea-e pive u y -ur nkr as car'y s p fib'e. It will he'p us r.r.-l frive yt.-j fitter ffnice. frrm th t-t N'ii;ty rr.Mkt in Ar-rj: . Mi fsf e .t la f.r,e 5etLr s. WINIFRFD II KOWFLL f flliU'I'l 4 ti If f - it. ': :ii .. f. yi) .rk " IV !!- .,. . -. i).. - t- ' lv ("; mr. 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