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THE HAHUK DAILY TIMES, ,AlUtE, VT., SATURDAY, DECEMHEK 11, 1915.
AH flJhie . Co N. Kemym & Company's Sttore Avail yourself of the wonderful saving: power of this great sale of the C. N. Kenyon stock. It makes no difference who you are or what ' you are or what you require, you can find many useful and practical Christmas gifts, as well as the com mon, every-day Tin Ware, Wooden Ware, Crockery, etc., at prices nev er before heard of. Every single thing in the store reduced and then cut in price, as the entire stock must be sold out by Dec. 31. We mean just what we say the entire . stock to be closed out at some price. Just glance at these prices, then act quickly. A few dozen Etched Tumblers, regular value $1.50 per dozen; our special at, per doz.. .50c 1 lot of Hand Lamps, regular value 25c, at, each .. 13c, or 2 for 25c Complete Everyone should have 2 of them. 1 lot of No. 2 size Lamps, regular values 45c, at only, each ......... 23c, 2 for 45c Just think. of the saving on this Item! 3 Parlor Lamps, regular prices $7.00, $8.00 and $8.25, at, each. . . : .$3.98 1 lot of Bibles at one-half regular price Just think what a nice present for Christmas! Christmas Cards and Booklets at one-half the regular price. .. 1 lot of 50c Books at, each 25c 1 lot of 25c Books at, each 15c, 2 for 25c 1 lot of Jardinieres and Vases, regular value V $2.50 to $4.25, all first-class goods, at $1.19 1 lot of Whisk Brooms, regular values 25c, at .. 2 for 25c Buy one of those Duntley Sweepers, each, $2.19 Worth three times as much. 1 lot of 5c Toys at, each , . .2c, 3 for 5c 1 lot of 10c Toys at, each 4 c, 7 for 25c 1 lot of Christmas Candles, doz., 4c, 6 doz. 20c 1 lot of Plumbers Candles at, dozen 22c Boston Pencil Pointers at, each 84c Pocket Knives, regular values 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50, at each, 15c, 29c, 42c, 59c, 72c, $1.10, $1.29, $1.59 Think of the saving on these items for Christ mas presents for the boy9 They are all No. 1 goods and in the best of shape. All Scissors and Shears at 40 per ct. discount. A few more of those 35c Window Shades at, each 19c, 6 for $1.00 1 lot of Table Oil Cloth, regular value 23c per yard, at 13c, 2 yds. for 23c 1 lot of Stair Oil Cloth, regular value 10c per yard, at 3c, 6 yards for 25c AH 10c China and Glassware, 3c each, 6 for 23c 1 lot of China and Glassware, regular value 23c, 33c and 43c, at, each 13c, 2 for 23c . 1 lot of Cro try and Glassware, 60c, 73c and $1.00 values, at, each 39c 1 lot of Etched Tumblers, regular value 73c and 83c per dozen, at 39c ThU Is a dinner, and the price U less than ho!eale. 1 lot of 7-plece New Cot Glaw Berry Set, regular values $1.23 et. at, per Mt 39c I lot of Airale Ware, regular value 23c. 30r and 33c. at, each 13c, 2 for 23c Just think of the saving you arc making on this line of goods. Ilring this ad with you to select from it at the C N. Kenyon & Cos Store, W. II. Wescoft, Manager. Orders Taken for Matching Dinner Sets, WATERBURY Further, Particulars Regarding Howard C. Arm. Hartford and Hi'lntol, Conn., papers re ceived tell tnueli of the illiiuaa hihI life of Howard (J. Arum, called by the Hurt ford puper, llriBtol'i nioHt popular citi wn." Air. AniLH had a tine presence, always vigorous and hearty, seldom troubled by illnoti and hii death came m a fjreat alioik. Mr. Arim waa ill only little over a week and was carried on Tuesday, Nov. 30, to tlio Hartford hos pital, where he underwent an operation tor Hi vert iculi tut, He rallied from the operation, but later sulTored a, rclapae anil Ilia atrenth gradually failed to the lam. lie arranged all his affair. Sat urday morning he waa told he had 12 hours to live. INh Immediate family was with him, but he felt he nuiBt see his parents, and although "S7 and 811 years of age they made the trip from Bristol to see him. The funeral was held from the Baptist church in Bristol Tuesday afternoon, the servieo being conducted by the pastor, Rev. H. D. Coe, assisted bv Rev. Walter Hczanson of the Advent church; Burial was with Masonic honors and Kev. II. S. Still of the Forestville Methodist church acted as chaplain. The city officials, the lire department and the Bristot lodee of 1 Elks attended in a body. The bearers! were former associates on the city coun cil, B. P. "VVebler, W. F. Stone, jr., John Donnelly, S. J. Large; J. H, Gleason and Frank W, Button. Mr. Arms was born In Waterburv on March 28, 1855. He attended the schools here and the Green Mountain seminary at Waterbury Center; He worked for a ! time in bis father s marble works in J town ana atterwara went to Cooper in stitute, to New York City, to study art. He also attended the Academy of Desien in New York City, taking up crayon por- . .... : l. -it.. i . . unit wum. jib reiurneu io Vermont. but within a year moved with his par ents to Bristol. He then took ux his work of drawing portraits and became one of the best in that section. His work was all free-hand crayons, mostly done from small cabinet pictures. He would work with his crayons during the winter and hen assist his father in the marble works in the summer, as he waa an ex cellent marble cutter. For several years he served Bristol as a constable. In 1804 he became chief of police, resigning in 18UU to take over the business of his father, who retired. Chief Arms was 1 known far and wide as a capable, effi- i cient officer and as one having a special I often confessed to him matters they per- J : : : ; sistently refused to disclose to other offi cials. Ho was also chief of the lire do partmeiit for a number of years. in 1(00 .Mr. Arms was elected a member of the board of selectmen and when the city was established ho was elected a member of the city council, where hu served two terms, declining a re-election last fall that he might devote all his time to business. . ' He was a member of Franklin lodge, F. and A. M., recjiiabuek chapter, R. A. M Ionic council. It. and 8. M., Bristol lodge of Elks, Stephen Terry lodge of Odd Fellows, Fraternal Benevolent league and the United Order of Workmen. The tributes of friends us printed by his fel low workers are very beautitui. Besides the relative which a previous report mentioned as surviving the de ceased, are two grandchildren. WEST CORINTH Mrs. Emma Dennis and daughter, Eva, visited Fred Demas in Graniteville last week. i M. W. Cliamberlin and A. W. Patterson of Washington were in town Wednesday on business. Mrs. A. S. Litch and daughter, Ethel, have returned from Lowell, Mass., where they have been visiting relatives. Charles Wiggins went to Tilton, N. H.i last week and his son, Otis, returned with him. Lewis True lias started a feed store in town. Cliarles Burroughs has sold his farm to Clifton Griffin. Custom Grinding done while you wait, including corn on the cob. We have good power and do a good job on wet corn. East Mofitnelier Mill. 'Phone 476-4 RHEUMATISM CAN BE CURED Sufferer with RheoimatUm, Neuralgia, Neu rltln. Lumbago, Sciatica. Rheumatoid Arthrl tia or Gout, no matter how aevere your cue I', write for my FREE book. Frederick Durdale, M. O.. S72 Boylaton street, Boston, Ma., Dept. COS. STOP AT. ' REVERE HOUSE BOSTON Hot and cold water. Ions diatanca tele, phona in every room. Eighty rooma with bath. Cufelne) and aervieo unexcelled. II. SO per day and spward I ; This Outfit Does the Trick Use a "RELIANCE LINE" outfit and saw up your wood. You will be surprised to find how much cold cash you can get by sawing up and selling what at first appears to you to be waste wood, but is really valuable. Wood brings high prices this winter, and it should only take you a short time to pay for this whole outfit. GASOLINE ENGINES For All Purposes Small Engines for Cream Separators, etc. Large Engines for Sawing, etc. "RELIANCE LINE- engines perform every duty with faithfulness, efficiency and lowest cost. Writ ua or eea C. E. Srarlee, our ireneral agent at Barre. or J. I Ark ley. Pa ire. 8end for oar cataUx t., and .Tate whether you are interested in wood-eawinc outfit or rwulwe enrinee, or both BRACKETT, SHAW & LUNT CO. Seaieraworth, N. H. ("RELIANCE LINE") Beaten, Ma PARK THEATRE VERMONT'S BEST PHOTOPLAY HOUSE Matinee, 2:15 to 5 Evening, 7 and 8:30 Saturday, December 11 WORLD FILM CORPORATION AND WILLIAM A. HRADY PRFHRNT ROLRROOK LINN WITH ALMA BEL IN IS THKTI(Tt R1ZATIOX OT FREDERICK ARNOLD kLMMIR'l NOVEL "The Ivory Snuff Box" Thai e a great aket drama, and fmrn know the eaerlt mi tMa feat (arte- la tlx leadiaa raea Monday, December 13 MA I'D ALLAN, THE INTERN ATIONAl.LV F AalOl g DANCER, IS TUB FARAMOl'NT IF ATI RE "The Rugmaker's Daughter" Other Good Pictures COMIXC NEXT WTEK-"AS ALIE!" tarti; .It CEBALDISE FABBAK ia "CARMEN." Special m bmc lo-pwr ertfcrttra. ftrwrrr rxt Tue3ajr G 1 Wrdnrdf aei thee ( ettraordinary (eat irra. Change of Program Every Day TRICES: A lulu, BaU-khj- je; Orrhentra, tot; CtMrra 14 Trm, 5 PAVILION THEATRE PHOTOPLAYS The Littlest Rebel Eiwar.l r I ! ikrrs'rjm r drama, in tlx nth A rr.AMtT7.kcf in ever?' ten' of th word. nJ you ill rf't l s!4e n-'i'-t it thrfs &r-4 Uhr with the thr.IIir.jr xi.!ut'Kn cf a true M ! IttfT.fe it'Tj-. Ujual Two Acts of Vaudeville Christmas Offerings at Drown's Drug Store . Appropriate Christmas gifts are plentiful in our unusually large stocks. Our tables are loaded with Christmas gifts, and we ask you to inspect our complete lines and note the prices. Fountain Pens A large variety to choose from Waterman's Ideal Regular, Safety, Self -Filling and at prices from ..$2.50 to $10.00 Sterling Pens represent Sterling value. They are equal in writing qualities to all other makes, and are priced at from ...$2.00 to $3.00 Fine Pocket Cutlery . Knives at 25c to $3.00 Pocket Scissors at . . .25c to 75c Shears, Nail Clips and Nail Files are here in an almost endless variety. Safety Razors Gillette Sets at from ...... $5.00 to $10.00 Gem Razors at prices from .-.$1.00 to $3.50 Durham Duplex at prices from ...35c to $5.00 Ever Ready 'at .......$1.00 Enders Dollar Safety Razor Leather Goods Ladies' Hand Hags in Seal Grain, Real Seal, Seal Goat, at from $1.00 to 7.50 Pocketbooks at ... 50c tp $4.00 Coin Purses at ...25c to $1.25 Card Cases at ...50c to $2.00 Music Rolls at $1.25, to $2.50 Music Folds at $1.25 to $2.50 PYRALIN-PARISIAN IVORY SETS Almost everyone knows that Pyralin Ivory stands for the best quality in material and workmanship. We've a big line of these popular goods: Hair Brushes, Mirrors, Combs, Hair Receivers, Talc Boxes, Picture Frames, Buffers, etc. , Kodaks for Christmas $. f M R'J riri i- A . -,at . aa-V Perfumes and Toilet Waters including those from Hudnuts Lazell, Colgate, Vogue, , as well as imported Roger & Gallett and Piver, from Paris, at from, per bottle 25c to $2.00 Sachet Powders, all odors All the new models, including the Auto-Kodaks, at from $6 to $60 Brownie Cameras for the boys and girls at $1.00 to $12.00 The new Autographic Brownies are here, too, at $6.00 and $7.50 Standard Diaries Line-a-Day Books, Guest Books, Automobile Records, etc. Come to Us for Your Christmas Candy Our Candies are especially packed so as to reach the consumer in the best possible condition. We feature Foss' Quality and Premiere in boxes at from 35c to $2.00 the box Huyler's at from .. 40c to $1.60 the box Fine Cigars in boxes of 12's, 25's, 50's and 100's, at from 50c to $10.00 the box These Cigars are all new and in prime condition. r,rv in m nn r: ro in 1 in A:$ jdi vnc vuira .wv v"" Tobacco Pouches, Cigar Holders, l'ipes, etc. ftl Ladies can feci safe in buying Cigars at our cases. - S8m Mr FINE WRITING PAPERS IN BOXES AT FROM 25c TO $2.00 Pretty hard to beat a box of Fine Letter Paper as a Christmas present This line includes items from Ward's, Crane's, Whiting, at from 23c to $2.00 the box Brown's Drug Store Drugs and Kodaks We dclUcr jroodi frre to any pari of the cily. IVa-r 'phnn tn jour want Iht call 60 pft an Immediate ncr. We call for and dcliter prcM-ription at all lime. IE fi til 111 B II ram u o ALL KINDS OF WOOD FOR SALE THAT PROTECT AND FAY H Block per crd n a Esi, I ifti, ItrX i: , r D T T Cliai r md. t r load H Us! t ImtiiB fiitti M lluC !1 nirpincs per load ZM WATSON E. COLEMAN 1 TRICES -Adu?t, iftc; CTiildrcn, 5c r5fei.K.w. w,wti.c. j Micd Hard and Sf(. per load 1.75 u !3 ARIHUK 5. AlAKi liNi OfT.re at II. CI. IMmeV Jr!ry Mre H 1 r