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THIS UA11HK DAILY TIMKS. HAlcKK, VT.. TUESDAY, JAXUARV 3, 1913.
St ,A Good Investment IS TO BUY ONE OF THOSE ALL-WOOL BLANKETS AT A REDUCED PRICE $7.50 11-4 All-Wool Blankets reduced to $6.75 $7.00 11-4 All-Wool Blankets reduced to 6.25 $G.50 11-4 Ail-Wool Blankets reduced to 5.75 $G.OO 11-4 All-Wool Blankets reduced to 5.25 The above in White or Gray. Bath Robes that were $4.98, to close at $3.98 Bath Robes that were $3.98, to close at 2.98 Bath Robes that were $3.50, to close at 2.75 Bath Robes that were $2.98, to close at 2.00 TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY . CAMP '.MUSiUliiSWibi vsarrr ' I ill WS wmTTJ ;fetPlf m he Bed is Important , But How about the COMFORTS? The selection of the proper comfort is just as important as the selection of any part of the bed. It has been found that pure cotton comforts are the most sanitary and healthful bed covers. A cotton comfort will keep its shape if it's made right It doesn't have to bunch and lump after it's been in use awhile, if it's made properly. MaiskSSSEr- Comfort M-VM(r ami is not only famous for its extra-lightness, extra-purity, extra-thickness, and extra-beauty, but it keeps its shape 'till it's worn out When you take one up you notice that it is thick and yet much lighter than the ordinary cotton comfort That is because the Maish Comfort is made of the finest cotton, curled by the special Maish process which insures extra lightness and fluffiness. When you sleep under a Maish Comfort you discover that this super pure, super-sanitary comfort gives doublt the warmth of any comfort of equal weight Why not furnish your beds with Maish Comforts since they cost so little more than ordinary comforts I We also wish to call your attention to the beautiful covers of Maish Comforts in many pretty patterns and shades. Just the thing you need for your own room and for the guest room, but so inexpensive that you can furnish every bed in the house with a pure, sanitary Maish Comfort, B.W. Hooker & Company UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMER8 HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT 'PHONE ST-tl 4 M Valve-in-Head otor Cars We guarantee the Buick Valve-in-Head Motor to develop and deliver more power than any oth er type of automobile motor of the Fame size American or foreign make. In addition to the great power of the Buick Motor, it is unusually economical, (riving more miles per gallon of gasoline than less powerful motors of different types. The 1915 Uukk is a beauty graceful and aristocratic on the lioulevards but a Giant of Tower when called i:n. What is true of one Buitk is true of all izes front ??00 to $1.650 Tours and Sixes Drown Motor Car Co., Sale outings ami cotton at Vatican's. See those fur coat 'values at Abbott'. Thn olioriia class of the Congregational church will meet WeilueHtlny at 4s 15, J Jon't forget our animal January wile continues until Jun. 13, ram binrt waiHt House. , William II. Pitkin of Boston arrived in the city this morning for a few day' business visit. t Senator-elect O. L. Miirtin of l'luin field arrived in the city this morning for a short business visit. Mrs. L. (), Kelty and son, Walter, have returned from a viit with Mr. Kelty'a daughter, Mrs. C. E. Thompson of Rich mond. L. ii. Ileney of Hardwick returned homo yesterday, after spending a few days visiting his brother, John, of South Wain street. Kcv. W. J. M. Beattie of Tremont street went to-day to his former home in KnoHburg Falls, where he will make a short stay with friends. Alias Clara i'urvee oi rroxpeot street has returned from a 10 days' rlsit with relatives in Mansfield, Mans., South Had ley and Holyoke, Mass. Miss Christine Tubba of Summer street has returned home, after passing several days with her sister, Mrs. U. A. hnapp, in St. Johnsbury, Charles Huafleld of Boston, advance agent for the, Hall & Latlip company arrived yesterday for a few days' busi ness visit in the city and vicinity. Miss Irene McCarthy, who has been passing the holidays in ISarre, returned yesterday to Johnson, where she is a student .at the state normal school. Do you own your own home? If you do not, start one or more of our 1915 "Christmas club" account and make a beginning. Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co. The financial secretary of the Knights of Columbus will be at the club room Monday and Friday evenings from 6 until 8 o'clock. Members, please take notice. Andrew Stuart of Montreal wag in the city yesterday on bis way home, after making a few days' visit at the borne of Rev. William Gartshore of Web sterville. Raymond Martin has returned to his studies at Wesleyan university, Middle 'own, Conn., after passing the holidays with his parents, I)r. and Mrs. L. D. Martin of Averill street. Removal notice Saturday, Jan. 9, my store will be closed for alterations and repairs. Until then, there will be cut pricea on fruits and confectionery. United Fruit Store, George Maniatty, I'rop. Ralph and William Wales of Wor- ceKter. Mass., and Charles Wales of Bur lington, are passing a few days in this locality, having been called here by the death of their father, G. A. Wales, of South Barre. Mrs. Gertrude Lefevre and two daugh ters, who have been visiting relatives in Barre and Barre Town for the past two weeks, were visitors in the city this morning on their way home to Slier brooke. P. Q. Miss Mary Weafer, who has been pass ing several dava in the city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Weafer of Acad emy street, has returned to' Morrisville, where she is engaged as a teacher in the public achools. Miss Maude Abbott, formerly a teacher in the city schools, who lias been visit ing friends in ISarre and at her home in South Royalton, has returned to Mai den, Mass., where she ia a teacher in the Lyndon school. Augutti M. Komi of Fos street left this morning on a three days' trip to Itarton and other towns in Orleans coun ty. Mr. Roi has recently taken a position as the Vermont representative of the New York Granite Co. Chester Sargent, who has been spend ing the Christmas reeens at the home of his parents in Fast Barre, was a vis tor in the city thia morning while on his way to Middletown, Conn., to resume bis duties at Wesleyan university. A regular meeting of Clan Gordon. Xo. 12, will be held in Clan tiordnn hall on Wednenday, Jan. 8, at 6:30 p. m. In stallation of officers and a social and dance will follow miine eion. Geo. C. (ornisck, chief, Wm. Black, secretary. Rain Devoe of Vergennea, Bernard l-smeri of Hardwick and Claude I.. Fitch of St. Johnsbury, recent graduate at Goddard seminary, were vimUir in the city yeaterday while on their way to Medford, Mas., after having passed tb holiday recess at their respective homes. Oeyo and Ijiuieri are attending TufU lVntaj eolleire and Mr. Fitch iva medical student at Tufta. Removal notice Saturday, .fan. 9, my atnr win be rlosed for alterations and repair. Until then, there will he cut price on fruits and confectionery. About March I, my new tire will be opened at the old stand -?1 North Main street. It nil) he one of the finest and bet equipped fruit store in Vermont and will carry a large at nek of fruit, candy, ete, I thank you for your past A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Only 4 Days More of This January j Clearance Sale! This sale is the largest in proportion of any sale that we have ever held- vear when Drv Goods and Garments are sold at these prices. Since this sale started, we have put on our counters several odd lots at away below cost to close out. You should buy your household goods this week. Table Linen and Dress Goods are surely to be higher on account of the war. Ladies' Suits and Coats will look better to you this week than next. Leave your work, if you have to. Get here some way before 10 o'clock Saturday night. iyiii If in Need of the Following, Buy Before Saturday 1 Night" A full table of Drese Trimmings such as Braids, Silk-Bands,' Silk and Gilt Bands from one to four inches wide. The moat beautiful Trimmings in our store. We have too many. These are now on a table at half price. Theta you will want for spring dressmaking. Children's and Misses' Fall and Winter Hats now at one-half price. One lot of heavy Sweaters to close at one-half price. All of our1 Children's Sets, Leggins, Cap, Sweater and Mittens, at less than cost. One lot of Angora Wool for scarfs that was 15c per skein, now at 5c to close. This sale is so short that we have to make lower prices in order' to close out so many things in so short a time. Table Damask patninage and hot for a continuance tif the tmmtK. The United Fruit Store, ti. Maniatty, Trop. Ice harvesting at the South Barre mill pond ha ended for the time being and until the orw-n area created hr the ice t : : This Damask Sale ia one at which careful buying housewives buy their year' supply of Table Linens. Since the war started, Damask has gone up in price to per cent. Smaller Linens double that amount. These Linens are all Irish manufacture, bought last July, when prices were down. We will now give you the best Linen Sale that you have ever attended. Prices that no one can posisbly make again until the war is over. One lot of C4-inch SOe Mercerized Paniaxk, our special, this sale, per vard .4 42c One lot of 6)c All Linen Unbleached Damaxk, this sale, per yard ..-49c Oii'j lot of All Pure Linen 84-inch Bleached Damask, our 'c Damask, this sale 49c One lot of 66-inch All Pure Linen j Bleached Damask, our 87c value, this sale at 72V,C (Nearly as good a dollar Damask.) 1 All of our 72-inch Dollar Damask, now in this sale, per yard g7c Napkins to match at sale price. Here is the bet Damask trade that we ever put onto our counters; 72 inch wide Irish manufacture, very heavy, cornea in seven different pat terns with Napkins to match. This Damask is a fl.25 value; would not be overpriced at 11.35. This sale, while they last, per yard 98c It will be a long time before you will see this grade Damask any where near one dollar a yard again. Our $1.50 Bleached Damask, this sale, p" y"-d $1.29 Napkins to match. Our best grade $2.0(1 Damask, thia hale, per yard $1.69 Napkins to match. Every piece of Damask and every Table Cloth in our stock at sale prices. Napkins Any doie.1 of Napkina ia our stock at sale prices. The following at ad vertised prices. One lot, of very heavy All Linen Bleached Napkins, these this sale at $1.19 Would not be overpriced at fl.50. One lot of Pure Linen Heavy Nap kins, this sale at $1.69 Our best two dollar Napkin. All of our large Dinner Napkins in this January sale. Ladies' Separate Skirts In this Pre-Inventory Sale are a lot of odd Skirts that are in a variety of the season's best cloths. Are Skirts where there are only one or two of a kind or cloth, and the prices made are less than what the cloth alone would cost you. At one-half price are a lot of odd Skirts that we have put on one rack to clean them up. These are Skirts that sold at from $5.50 to $12.00. In this lot of odd Skirts are a few Skirts in Voile in a quality that sold at and $10.00. Now $1.98 In this Clean-Up Stock Sale are all of our Black Skirts in qualities that sold at &5..50 to $3.75. Now, to re duce stock, only $3.98 At $4.98 arp wllt we have left in Indies' Black, Blue and Brown Skirts, in qualities that sold at $7-"0 and $7.75. These are values that will surely go very quickly. If your size is here, you cannot afford to let this chance pass. At $5.98 re a few Skirts in quali ties that sold at $10.00. Are our season's beet values, in style that are the best, now only $5.98 At $6.98 re 1pw Black Skirts in Silk Poplins, Mescaline and Moirea. Are Skirts that sold at $12.00. Now t $6.98- Ladies' Tailore'd Suits Here are some Suit propositions that will surely interest any wh want to save a few dollars. Never did we put out good sea sonable Suits at such prices as now. We must get these Suits into cash before January 15. At $9.98 we ft putting into thia Clean-Up Sale Suits in all colore and Black, in both the long and short style coats, in qualities that sold at from $18.00 to $30.00 each. These are Suits that are made up in men's wear Serge, the fine heavy Poplins, Broadcloths and Cheviot, at only $9.98 At $6.98 arp what we have left in Ladies and Misses' Suits, in colors, that sold at from $12.00 to $16.50. If interested in a good Suit, here is a chance to save some good money. Ladies' Furs Here is where we are to give you a chance to buy For Scarfs and Sep arate Muffs at less than what the raw skins are worth. At $1.59 rp a Ipw Brown and Black Coney MutTs that sold at $2.00 to $'" At $1.59 At $2.98 "r" few I'lack and Sable OpottMim Muffs in qualities that sold at $3.08. Now at $2.98 In the better qualities. Fur that sold at from $10.00 to $A.00, now to close at from one-half to one-third off from the regular price. In Neck Scarfa are a lot of odd pieces in qualities that sold at from $3.."tl to $2.i.00. Thee we are clos ing at about one-third off from the regular prices. r Ladies' Black Pony Coats All Hemstitched this sale. Napkins now in Crashes Ten piece of Royal Russia Crash. This Crash is strictly all linen, very heavy, come in plain white and red border. This is an English trash, sells in a regular way from 12'ie to 14c. As a leader of this tale at, per yard, only 10c You ran buy from our Crash stock ny- of our favorite Crashe, uch a Stevena Pure Linens, and get your price reduction. You can buy from this stock any width or quality of Fancy Hiirkabuck and be handed back a part of the regular price. Ws have a few Short and Long Pony Coats in good qualities that w are closing at the following prices: One 34-size Black Pony Coat, $10.00 Is worth four times the price asked. At $20.00 ' Brown Driving Coat. Rat trimmed, in sire .'I?; is a Coat that sold at $37.r0. At $20.00 3,1 "d 40 size Coat in Black. Are Coat that aoldj at $47.50 and $02.50. Now In this Clean-Up Sale, only $20.00 At $23.00 Natural Marmot Coat that is made M inches long; i a good value at the regular price, which as $00.00; now ...$25.00 At $25.00 re four S2-inth Pony (out in Black, Are Coats that are made up from the best quality of Black Pony, in qtiaiitiea that sold at $47.50 and $55.00. Now to close "'y $25.00 Memorandums No goods taken out on memorandum at sale prices. Memorandums made at regular prices. If paid for before close of sale, Saturday, January 9, sale price will be allowed. We are putting onto one of our large display tables in the Garment Department a lot of Lace and Muslin Curtains at prices to clean them up at once. These are Curtains in lots where there are only one to three pairs left, and those where the patterns or designs have been discontinued. These we are putting on sale to clean up at from one-third to one-half off from the regular prices. See these values. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN Cut price on all g"od at the Pari Shirtwit Hon. Join mir thrift club now. Quarry Fay ing Bsnk Jt Tm"t Co. Mis f Ha Campbell of Vt Berlin i iiting Mr. and Mr. F.dward Mewart ml other friend. TALK OF THE TOWN. Cornet sale. 7Be, $l.2.", at Vaughan'. lrovide money for future ue by Join ing our thrift club. Vrry bavmgs Br.k 4. Trust Co. The regular monthly meeting f the Prbyterian ladiea' aid ill be held on edncdy evening at 7:.W. Mi llattie lender of 10 South Main frect btt to-dv fr Burlington, where until the open area eeet d .y the i, ' ..MwfHiiilw - i ........... - !,rv.tfr ap.in Wome. n k fMd. tb. If p n -L -J ' r''U,i'," ' ' War Has Eeen Declared . A rz cr-? the qu.rrv rod. All lld. 55 men have ! . llfL H ... II... 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After in voicing, we have a few odd lots, the quality of which we guarantee, although some labels may be slightly soiled or brands not so well known. Therefore we shall sell them without considering the cost price. 4 cans of Scottish Chief Corn for 27 cans of Glen Edvth Plums, 3 for CI packages of Gold Medal Starch, 10c size, each 3o packages of Ea?y Pudding. 10c size, each 72 packages of Rayside Corn Starch, each 13 packages of Apple TapiVa Pudding, 10c size 10 oc packages Swift's Washing Powder for. . . . 8 cakes of Pal-bitt's Naptha Snap for 8 cakes of Lighthouse Soap for 2.V 7 .c packages of Pabbitt't? Cleaner for 2V 4 10c Ioxf5 of Hash Cleaner for A few cans French Peas. 2-V grade, for A few cans of Superfine Muhroorr..s 25e grade C. P. Sardine, a Hg bargain at Dut Mfp. fir.r thread, 4'c value, for 5 .V rolls cf T::et Paprr for Come in and examine these trades, marv of which 2.V 25c 4c 4c 3c 4c 2.V 25c 2.V 15c 15c 5c 2c fcC sre r.' i rr.er.tif red alv. t J ! x 1 X X ! 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