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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT.. SATURDAY. JUNE 1. 1912.
Now for Your Summer Comfort Clothes are the first aid to comfort, of course. Every man should give special care to his summer wearables. It's the time of the year when the things a man wears are most conspicuous. We have some great coolers in our Serge, Homespun and Light Cheviot Two Piece Suits. Prices not out of the way. $10, $15, $20 to $40. Then, there are Summer, or Outing Trousers of Serge, Flannel and Homespun, $1.00, $2.00 to $7.50. Summer Toggery in Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery; we're ready to cool you. Ah, here is summer comfort! There's a great deal in knowing how to keep cool. First take off the hot vest and invest in one of our Two Piece Serge or Homespun Suits, $10, $12.50, $15, to $25. The tailoring and the fabric of these suits is particularly .good. Thin clothes must be well made in order to stay. Take off the suspenders and try one of our summer Belts; then, remem ber, if you wish to go the whole figure, that we've cool athletic underwear, cool soft shirts, cool hosiery, cool hats and one and all at cool prices. THE LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY Yours for Better Things to Wear EAST BARRE. ibson-Berkes Wedding Groom Is Em ployed by the Sibson Quarry Co. A very pretty wedding was held at The home of (ieorge B. Sibson at East Jlarre at Bo'clock Friday, May 24, when George Howard Sibson and Mins Beatrice Alice Berkes of Dudley, Eng.; were unit- CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ed in manage. The couple were attend ed by Mrs. George B. Sibnon, mother ol the groom, and George Berkea, brother of tlie bride. Rev. (ieorge Macarthur, pastor of the. Presbyterian church at Graniteville, performed the ceremony. The bride was gowned in a pretty white embroidered dress and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. The bride's trav eling suit was a blue serge, with silver trimming and a hat to match. After a dainty wedding luncheon was served, Mr. and Mrs. Sibson left for Barre, where they took the Green Moun tain express for Boston and other places to remain for a week, after which they will return to Barre to reside with Mrs. George B. Sibson. The bride is a native of Dudley, Eng., and has made many friends during her stay in Vermont. Mr. Sibson is interested in the Sibson XJuar ry Co., where he is employed, and is well known locally. Children's Scalp Troubles. Children are subject to many kinds of scalp troubles, such as srales, fcorcs, scabs, ringworm, etc. If neglected, they spread anil develop into serious diseases. Scratching aggravates the trouble and increases the danger of infection, by other children. Cadnm, the new rem edy, stops the itching at once and be gins healing with the first application. Its prompt use in any scalp trouble will save much suffering and anxiety. C'adum is good for any sore or eruption on the face or body. Of all druggists, 10c and 23c per box. EXCURSION TO MISSISQU0I PARK. The Central Vermont railway will run an excursion to Missisquoi park Sunday, June 2. Special train leaves Williams town 8:20 a. m.; Barre 0:00 a. m.; Montpelier 0:30; a. m.; Middlesex 0:44 a. m.; Waterbury 0:55 a. m.; Richmond 10:22 a. m. Returning f-pecial train will leave Missisquoi park at 5:0O p. m. Fare from Williamstown. Barre, Mont pelier and Middlesex, $1.25; Waterbury $1.15; Richmond 90c. See flyers for train service and fares from stations not named. No children's tickets sold. Flan made by a good architect help to beautify our street and .make the housewife happy. Think it over. C. L. Bugbee, room 18, Ilpwlnnd building. j Auto Grest aim Dane CHELSEA. Fred E. Goodwin has been seriously ill and confined to his house lor several uays t-. ,,flr.. a f imlunti ivv which JIUI1I I.IH1 riirtin v j.w. ....... --ji has affected his hands and face. At tho present time tlie swelling is receuing, and he seems to be improving. Mrs. Cornelius Scales went recently to tt., j 1- 4 iMuif lie- iit.er. nnd al- though in feeble health she made th trip by automobile aim stood me juumikv much better than she anticipated. Mr. . , 4rin SCUies, WHO accompanies m-i u mo -"i- returned the same day and is boarding Uli Afr. and Mrs. Edward J. Cook, who recently purchase tlie larui. , O. Fav Allen, who has been in Boston during the past month, has returned to his home here for an indefinite stay. i i. i.ia atav iii Bot.oii. he has been in the employ of his brothor-in-law, Louis Ji:. JJcrtsmore. Madam Emetine Noyes went the first of the week to Randolph, where she is the guest of Mr. and Mis. Alonzo H. Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. Zephire Brunelle re turned Wednesday afternoon from Barre Citv, where thev'had spent a few days .;.,.., uml relntives. Mr. BrU- IV1I.11 111,1111" 111' . " " - nelle, who has been a great sufferer fo severul niontlis ironi riicumaiifi" liver trouble, seems to be slowly im proving. Miss Gertrude Brownclle left the first of the week for a vacation, which she will spend at the home of her parents in South Royalton. Miss Mary J. George returned last week from a visit of several weeks among friends at her former home in Melrose, Mass., and other Massachusetts cities. Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Copcland of Ran dolph were guests of friends in town the first of the wick. Mr. Copeland has employment in the bank at Randolph with his father, O. B. Copcland, who was at one time cashier of the bank in this town. , , , L. J. Robinson, who has the contract for building the new schoolhouse, has .itfi ).. foundation and work will be suspended for a few days to let the concrete tounilution ury un before, the forms are removed, after which the work on the building will be pushed rapidly. The I'i Eta club are to present a play, entitled "Miss Fearless & Co.," at the opera house Wednesday evening, June 5. The cast of characters is .made up of ten young ladies who have had the play in rehearsal for several weeks. Tickets at the usual prices will be ojj sale at Col. H. 0. Hixby's store on Monday, June 3. , Arrangements are being completed Kr the annual meeting of the alumni of the Chelsea academy and high school on June 13, and n banquet will be held in the evening. Anyone and everyone who has been a student of the old academy or the high school is cordially invited to be present upon this occasion. The secretary, 'Mrs. Stanley C Wilson, will be pleased to receive notice from any of the former students of their intention to be present. The Almost inppssani rauiui ii,T t. home who would other wise have' attended the memorial exer cises. Nevertheless, the exercises at the town hall in tlie afternoon were well at tended. The patriotic exercises ty tne children were especially good, and tlie address by Hon. Hale K. Darling teemed ;t. i;f" I. axons which were vividly drawn from the heroic struggle of '01 to '15. After the exercises"" in the hall, formed, headed by tlie Corinth drum corps, and marched to . ..i ...... Itigtiland cemetery, wncre mo pi" the veterans were decorated by the mem bers of camp No. 28, II. E. K. Hall, Sons of Veterans. Willis Hill, the younger son of the late Nathan J. Hill, has returned from Brook lie has been working . for several months, ami is working for Chas. . Goodwin on tne west nui. v Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ballon enter-, taineil at their home on tlie west bill the first, nf the week their nephew, W il lis Ballon of Tunbridge. . - . I T- I 1 A. n. Lane ami sister, ruiu L. Ward, of Barre City were in town Wednesday and called on friends. lr a ,wl lra ( iifirtre K KeniiPV had as their guests over Memorial day their son ami lus wne ot .uimqiciiri. tra VA vt in Nanlnrn. who has been dangerously ill for several weeks, is alnuli- mivnlescimr nod is now able to sit up about four hours a day. . . . i e j A licit r. r.lines oi isramoru commenced last week driving the "bush-line" stage from Chelsea to West Fairlee, for II. J. Kingsbury. T. Tfnmilinmii h.ia aolil his farm on the east hill to his wife's uncle, A. II. Woodworth of Knosburg Falls, and Mr. Hocraboom is moving to the Hira I.. Bixby farm on the west hill. G. Curtis Dana, who has lived on the Hira L. Bixbv farm on the west hill for several years, has moved onto the Char the This Afternoon t t Come early. Sale will begin promptly at 2 o'clock. More gold. More free lots. Free ride on electrics. Plenty of confec tionery and cigars. Let nothing keep you away. The best land ever offered at auction in Barre. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Employment Opportunity The Boston Elevated Railway Company has a continually ex panding business and therefore is-always able to place desirable young men in its employment, especially in its car service or train service. June is a most favorable time for entering the service. The opportunity for learning railway business is excellent, because the company operates underground, elevated and surface lines. The company, pays the best of wages and has a system of annual reward and support in old age, which is unequalled. A man may earn more than $20 'per week, but $12 per week is guaranteed. Detailed information can be obtained as to this employment by addressing J. E. RUGG, Superintendent of Employment, 153 Milk Street, Boston. EAST CALAIS. Mrs. Julius Berry is visitirfg her sis. ter, trs, 1). B. Dwincll. Mrs. Fred Fuller of Northfield is vis iting her brother, W. 1). Peck. Miss Jennie Jlrachen, who has been visiting at Frank Marsh's, returned to her home in Brooklyn, N. Y., recently. The Washington. county Sunday school convention, heid at Montpelier Tuesday, was well represented by the Union Sun day school here, i D. B. Dwinell, super intendent, and five delegates, Wendell Goodrich, Grace Bliss, Ella Sawtelle, D. L. Scott, C. R. Dwinell, and Mrs. C. R. Dwinell attended the convention. Rev. A. H. Fielder, pastor of the Da vis church, will occupy the pulpit at 1 p. m. Sunday, June 2, at the Union church. B. S. Mclntyre of Canton university will commence a series of meetings in the Union church next Sunday morning, June 2. Liver Sluggish? Go To Your Doctor " How ari your bowels? " This is generally the first question the doctor asks. He knows what a sluggish liver means. He knows that headaches, bilious attacks, indigestion, impure blood, are often promptly relieved by a good liver pill. Ask him if he ap proves of Ayer's Pills. Then follow his advice. fcH& tttttxntmut Those old Daeuerrcotypes of grandfather and grandmother and Aunt Mary and then the quaint pictures of father and mother taken just after the war money couldn't buy them from YOU. Are you forgetful of the fact that future generations would cherish just such pictures of you? THE TROUP STUDIO Barre, Vermont Go Your Own Lfe J j ! Repairing " j A complete Portable Machine Shop in one 'tool for farmers, auto H owners, garages, machine shops, in fact, every person having repairs to g make will save cost of machine in short time. Local agents wanted in every town in Orange, Washington, Caledonia, Essex, and Orleans coun- J ties. Write for terms and prices at once. Don't get left. J. L. ARKLEY, Barre, Vt. I Sales Manager for Above Counties rles If. Taft farm in Randolph, near foot of the "rabbit track." Troup's Handy Design Book. Cemetery nhotocrraphs numbering 40 latest and different designs. Compiled n a handy-smcd book, which slip etiientlv into tha pocket. Can b by calling at Truop's studio. is con- seen C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. Barre, 20,000 People 1920 Rubber Tired Buggies in great variety are here to show you; we put on all our own tires, give you high grade rubber and guarantee their service. Our Prices are Fair Our Assortment is Large New England and Orange County Telephones VaaitlM ui Hi COLTON, 84 Stata Straat - Maatpaliar, Vt. ELECTRIC FLAT IRONS General Electric, Gun Metal Finish General Electric, Nickel Finish -Exemplar Pclouze - Simplex $2.75 3.25 5.00 5.00 BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98-W , 1 Pearl Street .Farm in pi T t .1 alk Have You Ever Used a Riding Cultivator? If not, you cannot realize what wonderfully good work they do. I take it for granted that you want to raise a bumper crop of corn and potatoes, and if you have any doubt of the money saving help these machines will give you, just talk with Frank C. Bancroft, of Barre Town, Ed son F. Holden, of South Barre, Hon. O. L. Martin (Com. of Agriculture) Plainfield, Welch and Son, Plainfield, Bing ham Marvin, Montpelier, C. D. Perry, Plainfield, E. C. Gould, Cabot, all practical men and good farmers, and their opinion should have some weight. These men, and many others, use Riding Cultivators, and while I have not con sulted them, to know what they will tell you, I am willing to take a chance for making a sale to YOU on the recom mendation they will give. A. W. Allen, Averill Mills N. B. I have Cultivators from $3.00 to $35. 00 in stock. HAVE YOU TRIED THE GREEN MOUNTAIN EXPRESS VIA Montpelier & Wells River Railroad ? Offerinj to the public superior service, with ELECTRIC LIGHTED PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS DAILY, between B.rre, Montpelier and Boston. Letve Bsrre 9:30, Montpelier 10:00 P. M., Arrive Boston 7:30 A. M. Leave Boston 8:30 P. M., Arrive Montpelier 7:30, Bsrre 8:00 A. M. Montpelier & Wells River Railroad mileage books, sold at two cents per mile (500 and 1,000-mile books), are food over tfcc BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD; Boston fi: Maine mileisre books are good over the MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD.