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THE HAUUK DAILY TIMES. MA HUE, VT., SATUHDAY, NOVEMBUll 20, 1915.
A. P. ABBOTT CO. A P. ABBOTT CO. A P. ABBOTT CO. I f A. P. AIHJOTT CO. Here are Suggestions of the Most Practical Sort that Will Contribute Much to Your Enjoyment of the Day In the Peace, Plenty and Prosperity we enjoy, as a Nation, and as indi viduals, we all have abundant reasons to be thankful at this season. You have also reasons to be grateful that the many home comforts, considered luxuries only a few years ago, are to be found in our store, so' temptingly priced that nearly every home in this city can afford to have them. " ' Compare These Values Today - Then Come Monday Prepared to Buy We show Dining Room Suites in many styles and attrac ts tivft finishes to harmonize tterfectlv with the furnishings of any room, at prices you'll be glad to pay. BTroi k. rffn I'd HIM CHINA CLOSETS Chins Closet. $14.(5 China Clout , H.S China Cloaeta JT.7S China Closet 18.00 China CloaeU 18.(0 China Cloaeta MM China CloaeU 30.00 , EXTENSION TABLES Extension Table UM Extension Table 8.10 Extcnaion Titbit 10-80 Extension Table 18.50 Extension Tablea 18.00 Extension Talbea . 11 M TnhiM . 1A.SS Extension Table 82.40 Extension Tables 80.00 pgSS ' .Jg IB While in the store ask us to demonstrate the meritB of Globe -Wernicke Bookcases to you. It's a good time to make reservations of our sec tional bookcases in any special finish you desire in order to have them ready in time for your holiday gifts. Ask to see the new Sheraton style Book eases sectional in construc tion solid in appearance. DINING CHAIRS Pining- Chairs .,..11. IS Dining Chairs MS Dining Chairs 1.80 Dining Chairs , 2.70 Dinins Chairs 1.1 1 Dining Chairs 1.60 Dining- Chairs 4. OS Dining Chairs 1.40 1 BUFFETS Buffets $18.80 Buffet 10.08 Buffets l-0 Buffet 11.40 Buffets 20.10 Buffet 27.80 SIDEBOARDS Sideboard $18.00 Sideboard , 21.18 Sideboard 24.78 A big new line of Electric Portable Lamps just in. See them while the assortment is at its best. Prices to suit all pocketbooks. B. W. Hooker & Company TALK OF THE TOWN Individual Turkish towels, 5c, at Fitto'. To-day an observant citizen peri coped the first pair of ear muffs in serv ice on the streets of Barre this falL Daniel Vallely of New Haven, Conn,, is expected to arrive in the city this evening, having been aummoned here by the death of his father, Michael Vallely, who passed away in East Karre. TALK OF THE TOWN Munsing underwear at Abbott's. See those new waists just received at Abbott's. Anyone owing tickets or money to the ; TALK OF THE TOWN Thanksgiving sale at Fitts. Special dress values at Abbott's. "The Man from Virginia," next Tues' day at Montnelier. adv. t Red Men's fair, please bring same to the ' Special chicken dinner Sunday at Ban meeting Monday evening. 'croft in, I'lainneld; 60r. adv. V. Janion MacNIchol has returned to his home in Boston, after passing several days in the Barre granite belt. Houghton & Robins 6 lbs. of Top Corn for 25c Mrs. Mcintosh's Jelly 10c, 15c, 23c New Dates, per lb 10c Dromedary Dates, per package 10c Oranges, per dozen 35c, 40c, 43c Grape Fruit 3 for 25c Sag-e, American, Plain, Cream and Neufchatel Cheese. 3 loaves of Bread for 23c Drake's Cakes, 7 varieties, each 10c MEAT DEPARTMENT Fork Roasts from Native Pigs, per lb 17c to 22c Western Beef Roasts, per lb 18c to 23c Veal Roa.ts, per Tb 20c and 23c Beef Sausage, 2 lbs. for 23c Tork Sausage, per lb 13c Boston Celery, per bunch 18c Lettuce, per bunch 10c Parsnips, per lb., 5c; 6 lbs. for 23c VENISON ON SALE SATURDAY Poultry for Thankspiving Our Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Chickens w ill arrive Friday and Saturday. Leave your or der early. VENISON ON SALE SATURDAY 238 Telephone 239 SATURDAY SPECIAL AD Kind f Cxkie and Crackers National Ilimit Co, Sunshine, (lark and I1att.bnrjr, 3 lb, fdr 23c; 3 and 6 pack arr frr 23c net -at the etore, not delivered. Salted Mackerel, ptr lb 13c Saturday e will rut tnr Back, and Monday or Ifcie. We Arc Ready for Thanksgiving Trade Tofkejsv Cieee. ToK Chicken. Not, flaiin. etc. We e m hirfc-rrade Hours for our BREAD Now it f IHarwmd and iVUfcury'i Bei. Oar Pip. Cake and Cookie are erond t none. MUTTON ntS a specialty. WESTERN REEF OpIv N. 1; never N. 2 r Nc. 2. Native Pi Pork, Veal and Lamb. FRESH FISH UMON FT O R D peci a team for boie crcVr GRANITE CITY GENERAL STORE 1-1 frrani'e ftreel Tc-kphfe 11 D. E. Petros, who hat been spending several days in Barre and vicinity, re turned tli is morning to his home in Low ell. Mass. Mrs. O. E. Barrows of Central strm-t returned to-day from Ohicopee Falls, Mas., where she has been visiting for j the past month. I Do not fail to see "The Spoilers" at the Barre opera bouse to-night. This picture is playing to full bouses everywhere. ,Coiie out and see it.adv. I l"nion Thank'jfivitig service at the IMethodUt church Wedoeoiay evening, with Kev. Oorge H. Holt as preachr. I The offerinjr will go to tha hospital. I Superintendent of Cemeteries Ale. JlTanton will be in bis office at rity hall I Saturday. Nov. 2( and f7, from 7 to S o'clock for rollertiona o care of lot. I iTof. 'reorge Klmorss adult 1nnn(f !! will fwnmenet Thursday, lVe. 2. ib Holnd hall. Yor any Information 'inquire of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Campbell.-a 4 r. Laat evminf at the borne of Mia Ruby I Hed, Washington street, a party waJri !en in honor of her birthday anniversary. I The even in' was vey pleasantly spent 'in fdaiinjr rKKl and irinf. muie le ing furnished by a virfrnl. Supper a served at 0 o'tl'xk. after vhieh seersl inft were presetited Mi Head, A party f friend irei St. Jl.nlmrr and Mnnt pelier were present fir the waion. j A new rttr bouse rf t?y m.truct i4 by Jamea t.rorsa at 7 ltsni ave :tiue has )"-n mA4 by him to !,uttri rsMti cf I street, wlrn fcar for a jbome and will take p.iTw vithm a short time. TW bmse is smteri fwta strwrlur with t.rJsn-i fSttisH. Mr. T'n-m pians in build t r Ihrwm !f similar d'"ri rthia the lr f a be is enif-4 thr is a h g dmsa l fir H"n f tbst f"t itl IWrre. ! C. T. Km-ih. itrtf. s hi H".b-irsi-m Tbiirs isT. Ik.' mm wlim ssW ft tnrp A. Rft-ta. TV is tnak f"tt ssie ti.at fr. S-t Vs ht rm trt tsrto. t f!rt mo er'v Jta tssrs if Tr fsri) wss fi wM tiia tilt (est w frw $2S t V; rie of trs er tAi I '; ha. i ia t. rti: Ua. pmsHry aa4 f "si tr-U wiri-t fsSr jrtrm !r. i ts is t Mpr!"V t-isv tinldtnt '"!!' as W n a,., v Hir l fWil-r a . ef I t-K Kt ni -frnyili f 1'nU'T W .l-4 ' (Imi V miit f"4.H- ajoarK it ma. b4i a ! " ear ,a ti tvim. at kstl 5s .if. t- 4 tl- p"4t iksi'T "trw'i f - s-rs ?T . t V YAi , tm- kt f I wt.t r. .n i-4 Wwli r t" W -Wf?-'ii"4 i tt si I"-!- 1' V's "-ti! !, sS rf t tre Iswrt t. '-' t wr m t t '! .R k r r jt pt sw-rt (.Ml !-. - Mf a t "? rmmr, s-w-! - f-4 Friday and Saturday Basement Days This time it. is heavier, warmer kinds for the bed, such as Quilts and Blankets. Prices on Blankets, as the jobber expresses it, have gone out of sight.. These came from one of the oldest, most reliable jobbing houses in New England was established in 1836. Now going out of business, glad to sell at less than cost to them. We are turning these over to you at but a small profit to us, just to advertise our Bar gain Basement. Basement Blanket Sale Fifty pairs of 11-4 Gray Iilankets. These would be cheap at $1.50 per pair. In our basement at $1.20 per pair. Large size. One lot of very heavy 11-4 firay Blankets. These worth to-day $2.50; in basement at $1.08 per pair. One lot of 11-4 very heavy White Blankets, worth to-day $2.75. This lot at $215 per pair. One lot of Woolnap White Blanket. These are very large and heavy. Would be cheap at $3.75; this lot at $SOO. One lot of extra heavy, extra large Wool Blankets. Yon know the story on all kinds of wool goods. These Blankets are worth to-day from $6.00 to $6.50 per pair; taught as we bought them, we will sell them Friday and Saturday at $4 98 per pair; ail per fect and clean, have never been opened until to-day. One lot of Crochet Bed Spreads worth from $1.50 to $1.75. This lot these two days at $1.29 each. One lot of Satine Covered Bed Puffs, very heavy and well made, sell regularly at from $3.50 to $.1.75 each. This lot at $2 08 each. Bargain Basement One lot of 15-inch by 30-inch Hucka back Towels. These are perfect goods and the best for the price ever sold in our city. Friday and Saturday at only 5c each; worth nearer 10c, One lot of Perfect Prints from the whole piece in good clean patterns. This lot, bargain basement, at 4c per yard. One-piece , Cotton Shallie for com forter cover. This piece 4c per yard. One lot of 10c Colored Outings. These In 10- to 20-yard lengths that we will cut for you at 7 l-2o per yard. Another lot of Bates' Turkey Red Damask. These cannot sell for less than 50c from the whole piece. These are short cuts and we sell them, when we can get them, at 39c per yard. , One lot of Table Oil Cloth, 25c grade, In basement at 19o per yard. There are niore than one hundred things like the above in our basement at a saving price to you. We Parcel Post free. This should help you to buy of us many kinds to your advantage. Ladies' Tailored Suits If you want your Suit for Thanks giving, you should make your selec tion from our special Suit values, which we are now putting out. When you can get a Suit such ag we are putting out at only $12 50, it is am ely a good time to buy. These are Suits that were made to sell at from $18.00 to $20.00, and are good Values at that price. These Suits at $12.50 are made in a large range of the most popular style models, hardly two of the same design. The cloths are such as Pop lins, Serges, Broadcloths and Gabar dines. Are lined with a guaranteed satm and finished in the best of shape. Some of them are fur trimmed nd others have the high collar, fin Jshed with velvet. This is Suit at alone. ' chance to get a eood the price of the tailoring the ie leading Ladies' Separate Coats This J8 a very busy time in our Suit and Coat Department. We are "Wing one of the largest lines of vuais to be found in we. ijie ljj,e compriges tl m at.,,'l. ii . i ., Tl t,,e Bea80n demands, nd the range of styles has hardly no Hrajt. Every day now sees new models coming into the department. Velvets, Corduroya and Plushes are "i great demand. .Never was there eason when these materials had such rU The Vot Coats are of a unusual value. The materja,8 ,re thick and warm. The Monthuu, Kurl. text, Broadcloths, the heavy Plaid Backs and Mixtures are very popular and are made up in the season's most popular styles, ranging iu prices from $10 OO to $30 00. In many of these Coats, styles now corning in are Sample Coats that we were able to get made up when in New York a few days ago. See these Coat values. flc You will find with us the largest line of Babies' Goods in this part of the state, if not in Vermont. Babies' Caps, Blankets, Dresses, Knit Sacques," Bootees, and every other thing that a baby can wear. We have the best line of Babies' Shoes to be found in this city better made and a larger assortment. We have been carrying this line for years and have sold quantities of them. The Daylight Store t TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Kruest Brown of Bur- linjfton are spending the week-end at the home of lieorge W. I-amler on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Philbrook will meet those intending to take part in "Honey moon Ine" in the Knights of Pythias hall to-night at 7:30 o' l.x ic. John H. ( anellini of Pleasant street returned to the eity lant evening from Moretown, where he hot a good-sized doe while hunting yeaterday. A ueeeful three nights fair was terminated in the vmtry of the I'niver- salirt church lat evening, und-r the au- ppi of the ladies' union. There was a diverting entertainment and bnnn along the white midway, which has bern ronKim tiou future of the bazaar. continued brik to the end. The prmwd will be ua-4 to further the work of the sociwv. ; See. H. P. Hmman has inuM notii-es for the annual me-ting of the Barre rranite Manufs'-turera" anritiin. to be held in the mniif-t urem' h-adijiisr-ters in the ('. W. Averill building n the afternoon of Dee. S. At the ftrniin eion, report fur the fiiral tear will b heard and oflieers for Ilrt rlertrd. Tentative plan ( the annual bn''i-t are In the making. It will follow imme diately the adjournment ,f the bum- eeamii, and Hel llrr ha hr-cn -(n a the jlar where the rtianutnriurern are ta d.nr tkia jr. It i nt improb able that out of town gtientn of the ao nation will l atted to eontritnite tn a prop-am of after-dmnrr spewhmaking. TALK OF THE TOWN WEBSTERVILLE. New coat values at Abbott's. Fiftv pairs, odd rubbera, 4 per pair, at Fitts'. Miss Gertrude Brady, a teacher in the city schools, was called to Burlington yenterday by the illnen of her brother, Frank Brady, who wa forced to undergo an oeratin for appendicitis. Before placing your order for talking machines and recotda, you should rail at our store and see what we ran offer you. We carry Vietmlaa, tirsfonola. Res and Arinnola machines. Bus well's Book store, Montpelier, Yt. . We can spare a few rooms for winter boarders, also would like a few table boarder. Figure what it ia costing you tn kevp houae and then come and talk. with ni at iioiei J karre. o. . no wen, manager. adv. Forty couple enjoyed a dance In the Knight of (olumhua hall lat evening. llie (Mi'Bftion uviri trie urwi 01 mru-a vi f damine aemblie to be given by the' Italian l'haaure club during the late fall(tt ann winter, a numwr oi people imm out of the city were prewnt as guet 1 of the club. Muic f'r the dancer waj played by llama' orrbertra and at in-j termiilon a collation was served. The hall wa attra-tivc!y decorated for the affair, and mueh credit i due the com-1 inttt- for it sufrfaatnl attemt to snake J The woman's auxiliary have secured a splendid entertainment for Tuesday even ing, given by the Chatham Concert com pany, consihting of charming readings and musical numbers. Admiasion, liie anu .we. .Mr. Ulutcomb, captain, free and muxical numbers. Admission, transportation home after concert. adv. and 2.V. Mr. Whitcomb, capUin. EAST BARRE. The woman's auxiliary have secured a splendid entertainment for Tdesday even ing, given by the Chatham Concert com pany, consisting of charming reading 100 Andes Stoves and Ranges For Wood, Coal, or Gas Stove Pipe. Dampers, and Elbowi, Stove Board. Wrincr, Wash Boilen and Tubs, Copper Teakettles, and Teapots. Oil Heaters for sale or rent E. A. PRINDLE & CO. Thone 595-1 Buzzell Block, Pearl Street, Barre, Vt. the frut danee of the arrie pleaaiirahle fiif all. The committee. roniting of A. II Faol. Vrr4 ;1-tti, P. MtK and Rolt Wncht, will have charpe of an-tbiT danee to he given ia mid-IV- (-ellilwr. This t$ Tmt RwlC its wnttoTirr win fOio ir pyi To MTisr r fACal fra?caj vja loM I im I -r; t Z -T "free"! p.i i oaiuraay I ! i i : ! One MINCE PIE FREE with every 3 pack ages of Grandmother's Mince Meat for 25c Saturday only. We r.ave norne extra r.ire Wire Tarscy Chicken. Ib..... l'c Yotrf Final, per rb. 2.1c Native Pig Perk Hoa!. rr 16c to 22c IIat P-wf. R-t Vfil rl fprirg I.r.J. We have a r-r-n CVe. r&TH the Winiir fait. each... 2-V rVr.ty 'f 5 Jvr Qjen CVr. f th lfe Hrea4 XM I i1trr tr.n rrr.m-'n rkeT P-rfe4. loaf. . . 10c Jtry CrfArn Prvai. 3 Vv f 'T 2 P.-.1 CeV-ry, Prf! fp'.nafh. H"t IIj Toroatoe Lfrn'T.a, Ort .. r..a.a, t. 5e tte Ajt " tUt we are r r fr: m, rr bll 12.75 U f 19 F i V-. Im ls f Ct!ire frr f LOO Larr? ftt Ortrr f-r fri r r te wa iht'J CL"., FKrrrp, CraK a'il nnnta J!aif,e I TltcSniilli&CumingsCo. j GOOD VALUES No. 1 Hand-ricked Baldwins, Greenings and Bethels, per barrel JMJSO No. 2 Apples, per barrel $3.00, $3.30 A few boxes of Fancy Dimock Apples in boxes, wrapped, at $2.73 Tie Apples, per peck 23c, 30c, 33c MEAT DEPARTMENT Native Tiff Pork Chops, per lb 16c to 20c Pig's Liver, per Ib 7c Native Tig Pork Sausage, per lb 13c Beef Sausage from test western beef, 2 lbs. for 23c Celery, Cranberries, Lettuce. Cabbage, per Ib lc RAKERV DEPARTMENT Full line of pure Whipped Cream GxR Pa5trv Goods that have ftyle and real value. Baked Beans and Brown Bread Three loaves ef Cream Bread for 23c Don't forget the Quality Cakes at only 10c For Thanksgiving We fhall have our usual full line of Fancy Native Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Chickens and Fowls. Clcry, Crar.bc rriM Lettuce. A full line rf Fruits and Nut? New Honda Or fr.ges ar.d Grape FruiL Large Mince Pies. In fact, everything for the Thanksgiving Iv.ner. Pae rhc us your orders early. Yt u get tetter service and it helps us. Turkeys v. ill te.rln to arrhe r-n Saturday. The F. D. Ladd Company i i t w r f v ? v , e.- e awvava .! - T '. 1JSBS.