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TIIK BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRK. VT., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3,. 1915.
TALK OF THE TOWN 4 ....... .,WMil mm ,. uuuiii l.IMiuMM.Mv..,iii.yiii m,i, jWUmnriWn-iniiwuM The Magic of Christmas : ' r "''!,!',- " 1 ' V ' When the bells tinkle and-the white snow fills the air on the dawn of Christmas day, the whole world suspends work during the universal reign of Peace, Happiness and Good Will. Make the most of Christmas. Fill it up with practical, useful gifts that gladden hearts and bring joy to your family and friends. Joyous Christmas need not be a costly day.' Little things thoughtfully ; chosen", crown it with happiness that far outlasts the year. We are now prepared for the busiest Christmas in the history of this store, . Every indication points to a great demand for furniture as Christmas gifts. Fortunately , we have gathered the largest and most complete line of holiday furniture and home furnishings ever brought to this city. We can therefore wifely promise complete satis faction for all coming here for Christmas gift things. From end to end and from top to bottom this store is crowded with the most attractive of the latest offerings in. the line of home furnishings.- No matter what may be the amount you have reserved for the purpose of buying holiday goods, we feel certain of our ability to give you the most value for that sum. Framed Pictures We are showing some very good specials in Framed Pictures at 30c, 35c, 60c and $1.00. Some thing new, just in. See them in our windows. A 5x7 postcard-size Frame in Gilt, Light and Dark Oak, Mission with square and oval mats with glass, 15c each, with 10c extra if we fit the picture. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers Domflt Get Lei On These Big Specials We have gone through our stock and selected these foods listed below and have made a bis cut to close them out, and the first here, first served. Only a few left, so don't be too late. I lot of fl.OO and $1.23 Dry Mops at only, each 47c 1 lot Common Mops and Handles, regular value 35c, our rdl, each ' . 19c I lot of 75c value havy Mops and Handles at, 'ch 39c I lot of Scrub nruhcs and Handles, regular values 20c, our pe cial at, complete lie 1 lot of Dutlot Dusting Mittens, regular value 50c; our spe cial at, each . ..- . 13c 1 kit of Mop Handles, 10c values, at, each 6c (Buy dozen and keep thrta for future use.) 1 lot of Dutle Dunt CHiths, the kind you are paying 23c for, at , for sje 1 lot of Dust Cloths, loc value, 6c wh 5 for sjc I lot of Feather Ihjsters, regular value $1,68 and $2.23, at only, each $1.1) 1 lot of 40c and 4V Dusters at, eerh 19c 1 window full of 10c Kitchen Goods at 6c each, or j for sjc Thee goods are narked away below rot and ill fro quick at THE C. N. KENTON & CO. STORE W. H. Wesfcolt. Manager Orders taken for matching fell Dinner Sets Failure fo Buy Christmas Gills Early Means Disappointment to Others Surely you do not want to disappoint any of your friends or relatives in the giving of Ch rift mas gifUs but if you delay in buying too long you are liable to disappoint them. Heed our won! of pood advice, come and fee our Christmas gifts. Make selections. Make your purchases early. You can reserve any gift in our $ trek, and we mill hold it subject to your order, and deliver it tny uhere you fay, ju.-t -when you Fay. Any pift htli n.kjerl i order if ytm 4tt im Any sift ii-llrttti trj hrrr jbt Kn f tm a? Drown's Drug Store Tea apron 10c at Ivnisht's. Friday and Saturday bargains at the vaughan More. Trimmed and uutrimmed hut at half Mice. Mrs. C. K. Wood. Cottage prayer muetirisr at Gilbert Nel son s. 41 id ml) street, lo-niirht at 7 : J. Among the vimtors in the city yester day and to-day were the following peO' pins (jeorce K. Delnnd of Worcester, Mass,, president of the United Coimner cial Travelers of New Knhuid, who was a guest at Hotel Hnrrei C O. Abbott of UVtorbiiry, Miss Florence Upborn of Rockford, 111., Gordon A. Smith of South Kyegae, Mrs. O. M. Jones of Warren, Alexander T, Beaton, a South Bycgate granite manufacturer; A. E. Tray of Warren, II.- K. Eninions of Brunswick, Me., E. B. Bailey of Burlington, George W, Nathan of New London, Conn., L. B. Reilly of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Howard of Wallingford, A. H. Swift of New Bedford, Mass., J. E. Clarke of Og- densburcf, N. YH C. P. Wood of Amster dam, N. Y., E. B. Hagar of Seneca Falls, N. l B. S. MursUall of Hurlington, A. J. Manning of Lowell, Mass,, and C. A. Booth of Essex Junction. Fred Simon, lately a corporal in the loth United States infantry, arrived in the city yesterday from Bisbee, Ariz., for an extended stay with his brother, Frank J. feimon of 40 Maple avenue. Mr. Si mon, who is a native of Finland, although he spent most of his boyhood in America and obtained his education here, is a trombone player, and during several years of army life he was a member of the regimental band. Recently he re ceived an honorable discharge from the army and came north, after a variety of thrilling experiences along the Mexican border. For some time a detachment of the 18th was posted at Naco, Ariz., where there were several brushes with Mexican outlaws. Mr. Simon was a member of a detail assigned to advanced duty when the Mexicans were ordered back from the boundary line a distance of 10 miles. He is a granite cutter by trade and has en tered the employ of the New Barre Gran ite company in Burnham'g meadow with the intention of serving four months neC' essary to qualify him as a journeyman A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. M Christmas! Only Three Weeks ore to The next few weeks will be very busy ones for all, and we will strive to do all we can to help you in making your selections. If it is a Coat, Suit, Separate Skirt, Waists or Furs, we can surely give you some good values and a large assortment of the season's best models to select from. We were able to pick out from our Fur Sale this week some extra good things in Furs, such as Muffs and Scarfs, that we consider extra good values. A nice Fur Set or Sep- arate Muff makes an ideal present and is a something that every lady appreciates and enjoys. We have also just received a large line of the Children's Fur Sets in all the popular Furs. SATURDAY Blue Label, Burt Onley'g or Van Camp's Catsup, per bottle, 18c Horse Kadish, per bottle ......... 10c Snider1! Chili Sauce, per bottle 5! "0 asc Bulk Olives, per quart .....35c Pop Corn, 6 lbs. for .....asc Oranges, dot........ .....35c, 40c, 45c Grapefruit .,..3 for asc 3 loaves of Bread for 15c Drake's Cakes, 7 varieties, each..ioc MEAT DEPARTMENT Venison on Sale Saturday Fresh-killed Chickens, per lb...... asc Legs of Lamb, per lb. ., 34c Lamb Roast, per lb ..30c Pork Roast, per lb. 17c Pork Sausage, per lb. 15c Beef Sausage, lbs. for 15c Pis Pumpkins, each 8c and 10c Spinach, per peck sc Lettuce, per bunch ...10c Boston Celery, per bunch 18c Finnan Haddies and Oysters Houghton & Robins Phone 158 Ladies' Separate Coats We are now showing some very good things in Ladies' Separate Coats. This has been a very large Coat sea son. Never were we able to show in one season so large a variety of Coats in models that were rivals of each other. We have put a lot of time and study into this line and know we are showing Coat models that are the sea son's best as to style and quality. We have gone through our stock and tucked out all odd garments and Coats that we cannot duplicate andt put them on one rack at prices that h will appeal to any who want a good y serviceable garment. At $7.98 are good Coat values consist ing of Chinchillas, Mixtures and plain cloths. These are regular $10.00 to $12.50 values. At $9.98 are Coats in qualities that were made to sell at from $12.50 to $15.00 and were good values. Are Coats where the clothes are closed and we cannot duplicate them. At $15.00 is a lot of Coat values in Coats that were among our best models. Coats that sold at from $18.00 to $22.50. Many of these are the Wooltex models. The qualities and styles are the best. part Ladies' Silk anr Cotton Waists We have just received some extra good Silk Waist values for our Christmas sale. These are Silk, Linen and Muslin Waists in styles and qualities that are new. At $2.00 w have a new Waist Yal ue that is made from a fine quality Tub Silk and is made with the high-low collar. Silk is a white ground with colored stripes. At $1.25 is fine mite Jap Silk vvaiMt, ninae m one or tne season s best styles and from a good weight I M1K. At $2.50 w have an extra good Crepe de Chine Waist. This Waist is made in a number of the sea son's best styles. Some have the dainty band-embroidered fronts; has the high-low collar with ad justable bottom. At $2.00 l n extra good White Linen Waist. Is made in the sea son's best style and from a good weight Linen. In the fine Muslin Waists, we have some new Christmas values. In the fine Crepe Waists, we have a large assortment of Waista in qualities from $2.50 to $7.75. See our Hand Lmbroidered Crepe Waista. ! , emiiL- , ; , i -ama9 . 2 Ladies' Tailored Suits This is surely extra good Suit weather, and the values we are now putting out seem to appeal to those who want a good Suit value. We have one rack of odd Suits that are tlie season's best and newest models, that we are closing at much less than the regular price. At $10.00 are a iew odd Suits in the season s best styles; are made m a good all-wool Serge. At $12.50 larg variety of odd Suits that are our season's best models. Are made in Poplins, Serges, Gabardines, Mixtures. Are Suits that sold at $15.00, 116.50 and $18.00, and were extra good values. These are on one rack to close at $13.50. ' In the better grade Suits, we have a large variety, of the sea son's best models Suits that are -made from a variety of the sea son's best cloths, in Blues, Browns, Greens and Mixtures. These we are cleaning 'up. at much under the regular price. In these Suits are , models that have a good weight flannel interlining. Week-end Specials Candy Any 40c Grade of Candy for 35c per lb. American Mixture, 2 lbs. 25c Ol'R BOX CANHT in THE BFXT YOU ilEI T AflTEll, AM) 1 Hit PUKE IS LOW Delicious Fruit GRAPEFRUIT EACH 4 EACH ! EACH FLORIDA ORANGES HWrET ANf Jt'lCT if rtR tt tr to tt votes BANANAS t roR II 1 FOR fir lie IKHf.S PINEAPPLES TWO rR lit GRAPES MALAGA. TOKAYS t . 1m ttc Fresh Roasted Peanuts TRUCK QUART! fUR lie FIGS, DATES and NUTS AT lOW PRKtt WHAT COULD YOU THINK OF BETTER THAN A Good Fur to Give a Lady for Christmas? Our line is now complete with all the season's best serviceable Furs. We were able to pick out from a line of samples this week some extra good values in Fur Sets and Sep arate Muffs. We have some extra valuse in fine Black Lynx, Fox, Marten, Slink, Rac coon and Opossum. Our line of Children's Fur Sets is now ready for "your inspection, and here you will find a good assortment of, the season's best values. The Daylight Store X t . ! t : TALK OF THE TOWN United Fruit Store (.CnRf.R MAMATTT. ITU TALK OF THE TOWN Special coat values at Abbott's, Don't forget the boy scout farce, "A Strenuous Afternoon," to be given at the Congregational church Friday evening at 7:3ti. adv. Through his attorney, E. l Scott, Paul ' Kingston revt-raed hi original l-a to charge of selling ahortwi-ight potatoes by jiicadiiig guilty and arrsngiiig to pay .i fine and eoits sgpvgstmg Hft5. Tha rjHindciit was am-ntd by Chief Sin clair TiirdT on a complaint made to Emerson and other makes of shoes, formerly 14.50 per pair, now only 13.93 during the sale. Luiuorvy's. adv. A k4 of automobile chains found on South Main slrei-t yesterday may be ilaimed at xlice headquarters by jwyiiig for this netice. Despite por weather conditions, the third annual fair of the tW!e Hill irranire otiened auspkiouslY lt nijrlit and the continuation to-night promises to mark the affair as a diitinrt uve from all standpoint. The attendance on theKirand Juror William WWiart, it being opening ni(flit very ptxi, there be- illrged that he eold 2B5 pound of pota ing penple present. They found anjto. for lit bushel to 3. ts. Murley of attractive array article for wile at j Summer street. Olfirer John YV. Ihneeti the various booths and they became got a call to foulh Main street last even prompt purchaser. During tli evening 1 ine and returned to police headquarters another program will I given this even- on an Jntoncatwn charge, m. jonn was eng. All good remaining unoia i toe unanie to per neior ine i'insvnrie hootha will be dip"ed of at uitkn late this forenoon and his ease was ct for this evening. Mater In the dsy. TALK OF THE TOWN See those black petticoat on sale 49c at Vaughaa s. Notice! All kinds of stove repairs at E. A. Prindle & Co, Tearl street. ' O. IL Hale w ill conduct an auction sale at Motitpelier Saturday at 1 p. m. The usual Saturday afternoon sale at the City Auction Market will be omitted. Sl at 7 p. m. Special communication of nr.i l.r. Vs. n v .i .. this evening at 7:.'". yx!ge of inotruction. E, M. Whit. V. M. TALK OF THE TOTO Mother, step In and see our boy' overcoats. The prices are cut for your benefit. Lamorey's. adv. ' Saturday special at the New England Fruit stores Chocolate almonds, 5Ec per hayttacks, 15c per lb. chop-suey, 15c per lb. Our home-made randioa freeh (or your delectation every day. 3fjk A regular m ee 1 1 Bf of Jreen Mountain council. iV-CiTeVi -Vo- R. X. will be held JffkD. m. in K.f P. hall. Komi- eers. A Urire attendsBcn is dt iired. f r GOOD MEWS Meals Arc Lower Remember Where Fresh Fish Groceries Meat Venclablcs Fruit PouItrf Oread Paslrj Cnlon Slorc Granite Cily General Slorc Boiling pieces of Beef, per It). 10c to IS Chirped Dried Iktf, It.. . .40c Bacon, whole, per lb 20c Salt Pork, H ..15c FISH DEPARTMENT ! Hamburg Steak, 2 Itjs.. . .25c (Round Steak. Ib 23c Vein Steak. Ib 2Gc t.f Vottf-m-o ft.m 1 Whole Harrji, per Tb 20c (Green Mountain Brand, whole.) B"-nek- Smoked Shoul ders, per H 16c Native lig Pork Boats, A lx of Ojterrtte free per tb 15c to 22c. with every quart rf Oy?tf r. Whole Pork Lolni. Tb. . . . 1 Sc Clarr.a for r-tt'krr.irjr. Pork Sau5re, lb. ....... 1 5c ! EnJle. varirtiei of Fresh (Green Mountain Brand.) 'Water and Salt Water Fish. SPECIAL Fruit Bread Saturday, per loaf 10c Cakes, Fie?, Cookies, Doughnuts, etc SILVER LEAF AND PENNANT FLOUR $60 per barrel, 2 barrel for $12.75 It is frtlnc faft Iktkr order a barrel row. BrcmTi's Quick-Fire Chareosl, 2 baps for 2' Iat.qx OIL per pzV.m 12e, 5 fallons for 53c lA-m 5 per e-r.t. for cssb :.t our ft ore Special price It the l arrtl. Did You Know? that you could buy at Ladd's Fancy April Storage Eggs, guaranteed, per doz. 30c Strictlv fresh nearby hennery Eggs, per dozen. . 4Sc 3 lbs. of 13c Prunes for 25c 4 lbs. of 10c Prunes for 25c .4 lbs. of Evaporated Peaches for 25c Seedless Raisins in bulk, per lb 10c Currants in pound packages, each 10c IJAKERV DEPARTMENT Try the new Sunkist Raisin Rread, jkt loaf 10c fjaked Beans for Saturday; also Brown Bread. Ladd's Cream Bread, S loaves for 25c Qualitv Cakes, six flavors, only.. 10c Don't forget our Cream Sponge Cakes, each 10c 31 EAT DEPARTMENT Pig's liver, pc r Ib. Tc Honevcnmb Tripe, per lb , . Sc 3 lbs.'ef Pickle.1 Pics' Feet for 25c Pork CV ps, only native pigs, per lb. ..... Jf to 20c Lamb Chop from native lambs,, per lb 22c to Z't Smoked Shoulders, whole. 13c; boned, jer ft... 15c FRESH FISH Oysters, two t-izi-, f r pint IN trA 25c Lobttrs, Cams for steaming, and prentr of our Fancr Ilnn&n Ha J 'its. The F. D. Ladd Company J ' 1 j Tlie Smilh &Cuminos Co. 1 j 4? N07;TH KA1S KTU.XT 1 It Cr"t Si. 151