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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. SATURDAY. JULY 6. 1912.
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1912. Publihjd every week-day afternoon. Subscrictions: One year. $3.00; one month, 25 eentaj single ccpy, 1 cent. . Entered at the postoffice at Barre a ' second-class matter. Frank E. Langley, Publisher. i The Commoner's modesty again as serts itself, aa he generously remarks that "the folks at home did it." t One of the courses in a Buffalo voca tional achool includes instruction in cob bling. May the shoemakers of to-mor row stick to their lasts! Unnoticed, perhaps, the dedication of the Champlain monument yesterday helped to, cement more firmly the bond of friendship existme between the United States, England and France. WTiile Mr. Roosevelt is easting about for fundamental principles upon which to found his party, outsiders claim they cannot overlook the fact that personal ity has been the paramount issue all along. Canada smiles benignly upon the nom ination of Woodrow Wilson and eontin lies to act peevishly toward the Missouri contender, even as the Loyalists acted toward his illustrious namesake, George Rogers Clark, in the days when Hamil ton waa buying scalps along the Ohio. t Scotch-'Americans will do well to re member that to-day is the natal anni versary of John Paul Jones, American naval hero. What schoolboy cannot re peat the worda which the gallant com mander shouted to the British captain from the deck of the Bon Homme Richard? Who can argue against the safe and sane Fourth, when the fresh figures show that only twenty accidents were reported in New York City hospitals Thursday? A major portion of these were attributable to gunpowder in its Fourth of July guises, so the good work should continue. John Taul Jones, born July 6, 1747 Died July 18, 1792. When he crossed awords with the admiral of the Bon Homme Richard he showed qualities j he made our national colore stead fast, warranted not to run or shrink. . The color of our blue serges has the same qual ities, steadfast, warranted not to run or shrink. $ 1 5 is the price ; or a finer quality at $20; silk lined at $25; for a companion suit, a iancy mixture brown 05 gray. in Tine p We Clean, Press and Repair Clothing. WISEST 174 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont The Big Store With the Little Prices. The Rhode Island society of the Cin cinnati sounded a patriotic note the other day, when it adopted resolutions protesting against the proposed destruc tion of the famous old warship Con stellation. Aa the Cincinnati rightly contends, the wooden relic of glorious 'victories in 1812 should retain the vessel in Narragansett bay as a monument to our early navy. The common has been a .welcome haven for many on these hot summer days and evenings, but many who use it seem to forget that it is so charming a place to go to because it is kept neat and inviting by the civic federation. If all would use a little care, in disposing of their old newspapers and put them in the receptacles provided for the recep tion of rubbish, they would make the work of the federation much easier. The common is made for use and every one is invited to use it, but it is not made for abuse. MONTPELIEP, B. Gale, yesterday afternoon', Rev. S. F. Blomtleld officiating. The bearers wore Pliny, Kenneth, Allen and Julian Gale. George t . and .Nettie k. Lackey have sold a house and lot at 7 Cemetery street to Arthur R. and Nellie A. White, and the latter have sold their farm in Calais, containing about 100 acres, to Mr. Lackey. Miss Isabelle Dodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Dodge of Elm street, aud AVilliam Kelliher, son of Mrs. Kel liher of Court street, were married Wednesday evening at St. Augustine's church by Rev. W. J. O'fSullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Kelliher left at once for Bos ton, to spend a week. Recent births in the city are: A c'rl to Mr. and Mrs. Jose Aja of 165 River street; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Charlei K. Willard of East Montpelier at Heat on hosnitali a son to Mr. and Mrs. Petro Santanni of 2(1!) Barre street; a daugh ter to Mr. and Mrs. Olinto Pierotti of Barre street: a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Thornton of 33 Main street: a son to Mr. and Mrs. Stanislas Quesnal; a son to Mr. and Mrs. N. Monte Lora bana; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Jones of Elm street. to be solved in choosing a bank is how to get the greatest securi ty for your deposit. If, with that security, you can also get good advice and sound judgment on banking matters, you have the ideal bank. We offer these conditions to our depositors. Saturday Sale ummer Goods We are planning for a big Saturday and want you to come to this store we will have a Saturday sale in every department we are right in summer weather now. At this store you will find the right kind of summer ready-to-wear goods. The Peoples National Bank 0 OF BARRE Worthen Block Barre, Vermont OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS FROM 7 TO 8 O'CLOCK EXECUTOR'S SALE OF Valuable Building Lots AT PUBLIC AUCTION I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, n the premises, namely: Lots 7 and 8 Gillcy Plot, Edgcwood on Camp Street, on Saturday, July 6, 1912, at 5 o'clock P. M,, Sharp These are large lots near school, city water and sewer, just the place for a nice home. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. H.'W. SCOTT, Executor. o National Bank of Barre j Howland Building Vermont State Optical Society El.-cts Officer Dr. Rist, Burlington. Pr;s. The fifth annual convention of the Vermont State Optical society was held at the Pavilion parlors yesterday after noon and evening. It was decided to purchase and loan to Columbia umver aity a complete trial set to be use.l in the optical department, in recognition of the establishment of an optical course in that institution. The speakers, A. R. Slader of Rutland, A. S. Haskins of St. Johnsbury, H. F. Jordan of Hrattleboro, Dr. F. A. Rogers of Everett, Mass. The officers elected were: President, Dr. Gilbert Rist, Burlington; vice-presidents, W. M. Reed, Montpelier, L. If. Mclver, Newport; secretary, C. .1. Cleveland, Rut land; treasurer, H. W. Randall St. Johnsburyj executive committee, H. F. Jordan, Brattleboro. H. J. Edmunds, Morrigville, C. V. Parker, Fair Haven; membership committee, F. H. Palmer, Bristol, V. S. Bristol, Vergennes, K. L. Hunt, West Derby, V. II. Eddy. Brattle boro, F. R. Vaughan, Brattleboro. Guy W. Mulliken, Burlington; legislative committee, A. R. Campbell, Morrisville, A. S. Haskins, St. Johnsbury, H. F. Jordan, Brattleboro. The next conven tion will occur in Brattleboro, Augst 0, 1013. Money deposited in our Savings Department on or before July 12th draws interest from July 1st at 4 Per Cent. Interest credited January and July 1. j I F. G. HOWLAND, President I C. M. WILLEY, Cashier. 1 Summer Dresses 15.00 Ladies' White Dresses, $2.98 $5.00 Ladies' White Dresses, $3.50 Lot Sample Dresses at Half-Price. Three $7.50 Silk Dresses at $3.98 $10.00 Silk Foulard Dresses, $6.98 Special House Dresses, at 98c Waists 75c Tailored Waists, 50c 75c Colored Waists, 50c $1.25 White Summer Waists, $1.00 $2.00 Silk Waists, at $1.25 . Parasol sale 98c, $1.25 each. New Things Lace Collars, Lace Sets, 50c 19c Fancy Handkerchiefs, 12jic Latest Wide Ribbon, yd., 18c, 25c Children's Dresses Colored Dresses, 23c, 45c, 59c White Dresses, 25c, 50c, 98c White Dresses, 8 to 14 years, at $1.50, 1.98, 2.25 Children's Gauze Underwear, 10c All our Summer Underwear re duced fr Saturday. Coats and Skirts Ladies' Linen Coats, at $3.98 Outing Skirts, white and linen color, at $1.00, 1.25, 1.50 See Muslin counter All our Fig ured Muslins, at 5c and 7faC yd. Silk Hose and Gloves Ladies' Silk Hose, 25c, 50c, 75c pr Long Silk Gloves, 50c, 75c, 98c pr Lace BargainsAll the newest Laces are found here. One lot 10c Cluny Lace to sell at 5c yd. One lot 5c and 7c Lace and tnsertion, to sell at 3c yd. JJe TALK OF THE TOWN Rale of towels Saturday at Vaughan's. Sal of children's dresses Saturday at Vaughan s. Notice our big special for Saturday. C. X. Kenyon & Co. Our 18c mercerized plisse at 12'4c per yard at Perry's on Saturday. EAST CABOT, F. G. Howland T. H. Cave, Jr. DIRECTORS: M. E. Howland Ben A. Eastman A. P. Abbott The funeral of Mrs. Asa Terrill oc curred from the home of her father, B. F' OR real solid summer comfrt come in and get a cool, cosy home for your two feet. Sure of comfort in our Shses. Ladies and Children's "Knox-knit Hose." None Better WALK-OVER SHOE STORE 170 North Main Street FROM JULY 1 We will pay interest at FOUR per cent frm July 1 n all deposits made in our savings department on or before JULY 1 2. NOW is a goed time to open an account. STATEMENT, JULY 1, 1912 RESOURCES Loans... ..$1,076,122.64 Real Estate and Banking House.... 42,944.60 Bonds and Securities 273.390.00 Cash on Hand and in Banks 11 2,444.34 11,504,901.58 LIABILITIES Capital Stock...... Surplus and Profits. 175,000.00 14,426.46 Deposits ........ 1,415,475,12 11,504,901.58 DIRECTORS JOHN TROW H. O. WORTHEN CHAS. L. CURRIER WILL A. WHITCOMB FRANK F. CAVE Assets $1,500,000.00 George Drew spent Monday at Barre. Robert Barr spent Wednesday at St. Johnabury. Mf and Mr. B. U. ella and son, Harold, were recent visitor here. art. and Mr. Orvis fchaw and cnudren spent Sunday at bis father's at Joes pond. Mra. rranK Lrane ana son ana naugn- ter of Danville apent Sunday at Qeorge Drew's. Bert. Georee. Alice and Addte Frye of Danville were visitors in ims place on Sunday. Dr. Arthur Lance of Portumouth, N. H., was in this place Wednesday on bueiness. Mr. and "Mrs. Merton Brijffjs and chil dren of Marahfleld were recent visitors at O. A. Drew's. Mr. and Mra. Henry Hill and threa children of Hardwick were jruests at his fathers, Gilbert Hill, this week, Mr. and Mra, Herman Howland of Springfield, Mass., and Miss Esther How land of Cabot spent Monday at Wilblr Howland'a. Mrs. Maude Kay and two children and Mrs. Albeit Rogers of Walden were guests of Mrs. leorge iteatn veanes-day. GRANITEVILLE. Regular meeting of local 423 will be held on Monday. July 8, at 7:30 p. m., in Miles hall. Business of importance. All members requested to attend. Ban quet after meeting. Per order president. A Timely Remedy for an incurable disease. Annuities render old age comfortable, and a comfortable old age must be delightful. National Life Insurance company of Vermont. (Mu tual.) 8. S. Ballard, general agont,.Law rence building, Montpelier, Vt. Children's Carriages! The Whitney Reed make are the best. We have an over stock of car riage and to turn them into money and make room on our floor we will? give a 25 per cent discount or-allK)iirf carriages. This is for cash only LET US SHOW YOU, A. W. BADGER & CO., Funuthinf Undertakers and Eiabalmert THE BEIT Or AHBfliXfl SEBTMB TelphM 447-lt if Xon-Stair- ROT fMES .00 SMS A safe, sound, progressive bank, with a competent management, thoroughly alive to the needs of its customers and endeavoring always to safeguard their interests. Interest Rate Four Per Cent MONEY TO LOAN We have a limited amount of money to loan n first class First Mortgages on improved real estate in the City f Barre. Granite Savings Bank & Trust Company, Barre, Vermont. JOHN TROW, President. II. G. WOODRUFF, Treasurer. Tremendous Sacrifice Citizens in Noah's time didn't believe there would be a floodand didn't expect to get wet. We didn't expect the water to breakthrough the Potash brook cul vert and flood us last Easter, but it did and we must make this sacrifice for your benefit. About all sizes in Men's Tan Calf Oxfords and Black Calf Oxfords, $4 values for $2.50. $2.50 values, only a few left, at $1.50. Boys' Black Calf Blutcher Shoes, $3 values, good as sortment for $2.00. Youths' Black Calf Blutcher Shoes, $1.50 values, good assortment for $1.00. We also add a line of Women's Suede and Tan Oxfords, $3.50 value, for $1.50. PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE C. S. Andrews, Prop., Barre, Vermont I