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THE HA It RE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913. DELICIOUS Exactly Describes Our Soda It would be impossible to improve our Soda Water, or we would have improved it long ago. The greatest care is taken in its manufacture, in order that we can positively 1 2 assure you of purest, truest fruit flavors. Our service is i, just as careful as it i3 possible to make it. Served with t jce cream or without, there is delightful deliciousness in every glass of our Soda Water. The sooner you get ac X quainted with it, the sooner you will know soda satisfac- tion. Chocolate and Vanilla Ice Cream always on hand De j licious Fruit and Nut College Ices. Grape Fruit Phosphate. t Grape Lemonade is good is and cooling. Welch's Grape Juice all sizes. Genuine Full-strength Lime Juice 25c and 40y. f Big stock of Fresh Candies just in regular 40c grade 29c. CHELSEA ! Drown's Drug Store I 48 North Main Street FIFTEEN BARGAINS in- USED SEWING MACHINES I to be disposed of this week. Prices ranging from $8.00 to $25.00. Another lot of five slightly used Singers, at attractive prices. Come here for the best Oil, Needles, and Parts for all makes of machines. All repairing promptly attended to. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Telephone 292-W 10 Elm Street DO YOU WANT A GOOD SPONGE? We mean one that will not tear to pieces, with little use, but will outlast several of the cheaper grades of the same size. It is quality in a Sponge that counts. We have a fine lot of Florida Sheep Wool Sponges, at reasonable prices, unbleached for general use, and bleached for toilet use. We also have cheaper grades, but always advise our cus tomers that the best is the cheapest for them to buy. D. F.DA VISThe Druggist' 262 North Main Street. "Lawn Mowers" The Kind That Run EASY Granite State Ball Bearing Town send's Ball Bearing . Guaranteed Come in and let us tell you more about them before making -your purchase. Prices from $3.59 to $15.60. We are also showing a fine line of Rubber and Cot ion Hose. THE N. D. PHELPS COMPANY Tel. 29, Barre, Termoat, ION SATURDAY! Frank Brnnelle and Orlo S. MacXabb were in Hanover, N. 11., Saturday, May 10, to attend a ball game between Dart mouth college 'd the University of Pennsylvania. Services at South Washington will commence for the season next .Sunday at 2:!tO. Hev. John A. Lawrence will eon- duct the service there again this season. Miss Carrie Sleeper, a trained nurse from Washington, 1). C, arrived in town the first of the week to remain for a time at the home of her mother, Mrs. Abie L. Sleeper. Madam Laura L. Tracy, who has spent the winter with friends in Womcrville, Mass., has arrived home for the summer and has opened her house near the com mon. Zephin Brunelle has just had built in his shop a second chimney and will in the near future put in a new forge at which hi son, Frank, will work. The increased facilities are made necessary by their steady increasing patronage. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hook of 'Mount Vernon, X. Y., have been recent visit ors at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Webster 1).' Hook who re sides on the west hill. Madam Calista It. Lucas left for Mont pelier, Wednesday where she will be under treatment for the next two weeks or more for the removal of a small turn or on her face. The treatment prpserib ed is the X-rav treatment which will be administered by Dr. W. J. Tindall, who gives her encouragement that the op eration will be successful. News has been received of the birth of a son, Lewis, to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Skinner of Santa Ana, Gal., on May 1st, -Mr. Mcmncr is a former Chelsea bov being the third son of Austin L. .Skinner. ' Frank J. Titus spent last Sunday with his son 'Ray F. Titus of Claremont, X. H. Mr. Titus made the round trip Sunday by auto, Wesley W. Underhill driving the car. Fred C. Waldo had a two years' old "Red Tamworth" hog killed the first of the week, which dressed six hundred pounds. Wallace II. Sanborn wielded the knife and candle sticks. At a meeting of the executive board of the Old Home Week association, held at the town clerk's office last Tuesday evening, the, following standing com1 mitteea were appointed: Invitation, J. IM. Comstock and H. X. Mattison; finance, Ired A. Ordway, W. P. Townaend and J.. L. Harvard; program, Mrs. E. A. Lewis, Mrs. S. C. Wilson, Mrs. H. X. Mattison, II. R, Wishart and E. A. Cor winj reception, Mrs. F. L. Beckwith, Mrs. W. A. Hood, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Buck and L C. Ordway; decorations. Mrs. W. H. Dearborn, Edith S. Dearborn, E. E. Willaee, Mrs. Zoe II. Ordway and O. D. Tracv; athletics, Dr. A. T.'Mar shall, H. R. Wiahart, O. E. Burgess, E. B. Hatch and II. F. Bover. A special com mittee consisting of W. H. Spragtie, S. C. Wilson anil W. H. Hill was appointed to obtain information concerning a much talked of celebration by the Morgan ilorso jireeders' association of the fam ous Justin Morgan horse which died in this town, supposedly on the east hill. Attorney Frank W. Monison of Nan iTancisco, Cal., was in town on legal bus iness Thursday, going from here to Brad ford. Mr. Morrison was a Vermont, born and reared in v inclharn conuty. Miss Adelia A. Clement died at her home on South Main street Sunday night. May 11, of a combination of heart and Bright s disease, in the eighty-third year of her age. The funeral was held from the Methodist church Tuesday aft ernoon at two o'clock, Rev. A. B. En right, pastor of that churoh, officiating. and tne interment was in Highland cem etery. She is survived by only one near relative, a niece living in the west, who wa not present at the funeral, iliss Clement in her earlier and stronirer ! years followed the profession of teach ing, having taught in the west for sev. eral years and also having taught in this town many years. Since retiring from teaching she turned her hand to dress making which vocation gave her all the work she could do until very recent" years when advanced age and ill health compelled her to abandon work. A large circle of friends, many of them her for mer pupils, mourn their loss in her de mise. What for some time bid fair to be a serious fire was averted last week Sat urday when a chimney on Col. H. O. Bix by'a house near the Congregational church burned out, and as a result of it becoming overheated it communicated fire to adjoining wood work Under the Toof. An alarm was sounded on the tele phone when nearly all the residents of the village assembled with fire extin guishers and Fire Chief G. A. Tracy had the fire engine brought to the scene and bad a stream of water ready to use in short order, but the men cut holes through the roof and with hand extin guishers soon had - the fire smothered. Outside of repairs to the roof, no serious i damage resulted. Col. Bixby is this week rebuilding the chimney. Nelson Minard, a Chelsea boy, who is now a traveling salesman in the west, was in town last week for the first time in many years. Mr. Minard is a broth er of Mrs. Xellie M. Thompson of this PLAINFIELD. Mr. Frank Marsh and Misa Alma Leonard of East Calais were in town Monday. Mrs. Ella Gale BoUe of Heaton lios pital, Montpelier, is spending a few day with Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Gale. Mrs. Bertha Carpenter of Fairfax Is visiting for a few day at the home of uer latner, L. U Knapn. Mrs. Earl Bartlett of East Montpelier a spending a few dav with Mr. and Mrs. Wbceler Batchelder. Misa Florence Beatrice Perry and Er win Archer Duke were united In mar riage March 20, 1013, at the St. George church of Lennoxville, P. Q., bv llev. K. W. E. Wright. Mr. Duke "is the son of E, II. Duke of Lennoxville, P. Q., and grandson of Mrs. Maria Duke of this town. Mr. Duke is secretary and treas urer of the E. T. Buck Vaj. Mr. and Mrs. Duke went to Montreal. Xew York and Florida on their wedding trip. They win reside in Lennoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Foss of Bradford are the guests of her brother, L. C Bald win. Mrs. Eben Dodge visited relatives in Groton and Bradford, Monday and Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Worthen swnt part oi tins week in JJardwlck with reia tives. Miss Margaret Mansfield of Whit River Junction is the guest of Mr. and sirs, kelson liamel. Mrs. Susan Colburn of Montpelier is spending a few dav with Mr. and Mrs, Albert Fowler. Mrs. Nelson Welch and children visit ed relatives in Groton part of this week At the annual meeting of the W. C T. V., held recently, the following ofli cers were elected:' President. Mrs. El len R. Colby; vice-presidents, Mrs. Ella lelley and .Mrs. Bertha. Kellogg; secre tary, Mrs. Nettie Lane: treasurer, Mrs. Nina Hewitt. Literature racks are be ing maintained at the Plainfield and East Montpelier railroad stations. Pa pers are. taken for children and forteaoii crs to assist in the scientific temper ance instruction. Work has been done toward a drinking fountain and will be continued. Two new members httve been added. An earnest appeal is made for all mothers to join. The young ladies are also invited to become members of this society. Mrs. Warren Fifleld and Mrs. George Holuster were m Burlington this week to aft-Mid the Rebekah assembly. Gor don Robinson and Charles Parker rep resented the Odd Fellow and encamp ment lodges Af was received Friday that Mrs. Hattie Shorey, formerly of this town, but now of Montpelier, Buffered a severe shock at the home of Mrs. Hutobins of Barre street, late Thursday evening. Mrs. Shorey'a condition is considered se rious. Her brother, E. H. Kiser of New York has been called to Montpelier. Jrvin L. Potter of Boston, who is well known. in this vicinity, will give "The Merchant of Venice," at' the opera house Wednesday evening, May 21. Mr. Pot ter has made an extensive study of the Shakesperiin plays and his interpreta tion is excellent. This entertainment will not only be pleasing but instructive. Mr. Potter especially invites the young people, a be deiires that they become more familiar with good literature. Sev eral musical numbers will be given by local talent. Uhe Most Flexible Shoe in the World! With the very first step Queen Quality Shoes will bend with the foot as a perfect-fitting glove bends with the hand. Their flexible qualities have made them fa mous, and in ad ' dition, you secure the utmost in style and durability. It is these points that have made Queen Quality Shoes the most popular in the. world. Millions of women will wear no other kind. Our large assortment of new Spring models includes the smartest of New York, London and Paris styles. Call in and see them. $3.50 - to $5.00. PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE. C. S. Andrews, Prop. Barre, Vermont. MARSHFIELD GROTON town. Who Will Claim Them? We are going to offer you an extra value, $ tt 1 For the men who shave themselves We are going to give you all a chance to see how much better and nicer it is to shave with an Eagle Safety Razor! Letters uncalled for at the'Baire post office for the week rnding May 15, were as follows: Men Chas. E. Hall. W. J. Jones, W. E. Jenkins, Raymond Johnson, B. Kap stein, Goonre Martin. 0kar Mattison. Frederick Trass. C. F. Richardson, Jo seph Reynolds. William James Rogers, J. II. Weir. Matthew E. Walker. Women Mary I laker. Mrs. May Da vidson. Miss Mary Jamison. Miss Bes sie Slayton, Mrs." Charles Bovce, Mrs. F. J. Raymond. Mrs. B. G. Webster. Firms Brigham Elec. Co., Supt, Leo pold Granite Co. ALLEN'S FOOTEASE The An'iarr'icpnwcW hVrn into ef y lor tttr ln for , .rtrr rentorr. .Vj.unotpat,mYntal. niA Tmaa-la.-B. Trvwhrrr. IV. Sarr.nl? FRFK. A4.1r. AM- . Otr-W. !.Ro-. N V. Th Man who oit Um E la FEET. w. U. Vliamoerlin oi Aewburv was in town several day this week buying stock for market. Ralph Smith left Tuesday for Hretton Woods, X. H., where he has employment in a hotel tor the summer. Miss Jessie Smith vmited her friend Miss Annie Ellison, at South Ryegate yesterday. E. . Clark, James Adams, C. J. Bailey and John White, went to Caspian lake, tireensboro, on Wednesday, on a fishing trip. Mr. Hooker of Montpelier is as sisting in the work at the station during the absence of Mr. Bailey. Eugene Tillotson moved Thursday from North Kyegate to a tenement in the house of John Hall. Dr. and Mrs. O, C. Cowan were called to Canada the first of the week bv the death of a relative of Mr. Cowan. Darius, James is moving to the house he purchased of Mrs. Helen Ricker. Groton grange will hold their next meeting in Knights of Pythias hall Tues day evening, May 27. Work is evpected in tne nrt and second regree, followed by an interesting program which is being prepared by the lecturer. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Frank "Shaw of Peacham were in town Wednesday to attend the fun eral of Mrs. Susan Pclton. Mrs. A. W. CotTrin opened her ice erejim parlor on Wednesday. Mrs. Cof I'rin's rooms are located tin the ground lloor of the Coffrin block this season, making it more convenient and pleasant ior patrons. An tlectric motor has been installed for freezing the ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Vance have been in Burlington this week attending the (Jrand lodge of 1. O. 0. F. Mr. Vance as oelegate to the flrami lodge, and Mrs. Vance as delegate to the Rebekah as sembly. Mrs. Sarah Hall of Boston was in town this week, called here by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Susan Felton. W. F. (ilover was at St. Johtubury tbe first of the week to attend a meeting of school directors for the county. Alfred Bicker and son. Earl, of Mont pelier arrived in town Friday on a short visit w ith relatives. The funeral of B. F. Heath was lield Thursdav afternoon at his late home. Rev. F. W. Lewis officiating. Those from out of town to attend were. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heath of Lakeport. X It., Mrs. Alexander I ochrane. elln Riv. er, William Ricker, Woodsville, X. IL C. IX Smith is improving the looks of his residence by the audition of a new veranda. C. I. Preston. R. R. Ide and H. E. Hadlock are repairing a barn for J. T. Drew in Cabot. Marshflcld co-operative creamery paid its patrons 3Sc for April butter. " L. B. Ada ma has recently added a new power-driven, five-gallon ice cream freezer to the equipment connected with his ice cream parlor. Misa Marcia Preston is boarding in the home of J. II. Bullock while fo?r fa ther is employed at Cabot. C. M. Erin is, one of our former towns men, has taken up land and esta bushed a home in the vicinity of Wanette, X. M. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Duifaon have gone to Maiden. Mass., to visit their son, Brooka Hudson. A new briekd-in boiler, with brick chimney connected, and a new seven horse power electric motor are among the improvements recently made at the creamery. H. 1), McCriliis and son, Oorge. ac companied by A. W. Blake and (r. L. Dwinell, went bv auto Thursday after noon for a few days' fishing at the Mc Criliis camp in (Jreenshoro. I. W. Mears is making quite exten sive repairs on his Jmuse by the rear rangement of some of th rooms and the addition of a fully equipped bath room and a new wide veranda. F. L, Duke has charge of the carpenter work and Peck Bro. of Montpelier bold the plumbing contract. JLrs. U. Lr JJwinclI ana Mrs. u. ii. Oimjsbee attended the Christian Endeav or convention at Bctlany church, Mont pelier. Friday. Substitute E. A. Ro-ebrook is serving the patrons on route No. 2 during the absence of Mail Carrier A. W, Blake at Caspian lake. J. M. Tebbetts, union superintendent, has announced that the examinations for free tuition in secondary schools will Ik held at the school building. May 22 and 23. beginning at It a. m. B. E. Tucker and Mrs. L. I Taft called on the parents of the former, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Tucker, wh.il on an auto trip out trom Montpelier, Thurs day. S. Swerdfeger, A. T. Davis and M. E. Beckley were in Hardwick, Tuesday, in the interests of service in that place for the Molly's Falls Telephone Co. WAITSFIELD Misa Eva, Ann-ie Bisbee is home from Barre for a week with her parents, Mr. and Airs. a. u. Bisbee. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Howard were in Burlington, Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. and Mrs. V. A. Remele were in Montpelier, Thursday, Mrs. Clayton Richardson was in Mont pelier, Wednesday. Mrs. James Irving has been suffer ing with a roost painful hand for the last two weeks, caused by running a splinter into her palm. Mrs.. Peter LaBelle left Wednesday- fof a protracted stay with relatives in Mout pflier and XorthficJd. Miss Clara SpauJding attended tha county Christian Endeavor meeting held in Montpelier, Friday, It wa so cold here Wednesday night in the vtlllage that ice froze in a pail on M. J. Waterman's piazza, not thawing by 10 a. m. Thursday. Protect Yourself Ask for ORIGINAL GENUINE 'V H'KBE.i The Food Drink for all Ages Others are Imitations The Best For Your Money TO MAKE THE BEST ARTICLE, THE MAXUFACTURER EM PLOYS THE BEST SKILLED LABOR, AND TREATS HIS WORK MEX OX A HIGH PLANE OF BROAD-MINDED MANAGEMENT AND CO-OFERATIOX. THEV ARK THUS EX A BLED TO PAY EMPLOYES. GOOD WAGES TO THEIR THIS LABEL IN BLUE ON A BOX OF CIGARS WASHINGTON Charles EAST BARRE Rmml wtmtc owners Dow opea your rrcm, nvst ijrmte, study ana thus beeom tM, To the fact that A. l. Ihckey and A. is. iweman are in Eat (h-ange this week remoddling some huiMings for t baric t olhy. Mr. and Mrs. George Dobs and Mr. Addie Paterson went to Rurlinjrton Wed nesday to attend tbe convention of the Old Fellows and Rebrkah. Henry Cistrclln w able to return home WednesJsv, from tbe IMv hos pita'. A P'j pound son arrived at the home of Mr. end Mr. M. J. Whit -omb, Thursdav. MISSING: ONE BALL PLAYER. rr a "Above 'em all," at our great sale on Saturday, 5 regular $1.25 anywhere, Saturday at 59c. A real bar- 2 J. 1 1 1 a U lVVlllVlil 1 a UUbUl Utlj V1AI W I A New IM of Boys Knee Pants from 25c to $1. 1 1 Bishopric Wall Board 7- " v !is better than lath and Blaster, uvea 4i) A new lot of Rompers, Men's and Boys' and Ladies' construction, renders nw SI cent, in PT ir. Any weather is good I n Underwear. In fact, something new every day at the a i b,,'1,", ther when you n BmUopnc! . j Wall Board and Nbeathmg. bishopric I u ' Koonng a-n -protecting and ."equirrs no C a XT 1 T T Si paint. mi-ifrj inmnrai. iw ,ii.sPiiriinr, 01 ! New York Bargain House s-rrtha,wc,,!''w v k v ,wn M41i AWtaJW , It -.t ,v.h ,,T ,nu, tfc. .h, He plar.l Tbur-dav in rol spirits Baptist church, Wasbinpton, O. Dunham, pastor; Sunday morning service at 10:30, subject, "Zion a Fes tal City." Bible school at 11 :.. Chris tian Endeavor at 6 p. m., a union meet ing of the juniors and seniors. Evening service at 7 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Junior meet ing Saturday at 3 p. m. The Baptist church has jut installed electric lights, which are a great im provement over the gasoline lights which they displaced. The church is grateful to those who so generously gave money to purchase, them, also those who do nated their time to put them in. especial ly Ernest Seaver, for the time and thought he put into the work. The lights give entire satisfaction. i l&t M ajr JSueflfr nr.' i .i iiiim,hiiu.w,.lii of t Claai Makare' Naarnuanal ttasa-aCAi Union-made Cigars. . fetelMBaJ (EanaaawaKuaitriMraamnMa,a.a MakpawaaktiiaakiwiaaaaaMB VSaaflMffeaflPVatJiramflMVM DENOTES THAT THE CIGAKS WERE PRODUCED EN" THIS WAY. IT LIFTS THE WHOLE WORLD TO A HIGHER PLANE OF COMPE riTIOX BASED OX EXCELLENCE IX ALL WAYS. EAST BARRE. Public dance at East Bsrre opera house Saturdav, Mar 17. Harris' or chestra. Admission 50c; ladies, free. PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders For Furniture Undertakara and Licensed Embalmera, Depot Square, Barre Telephone Conaeotiona Store. 425-1 Mr. Perry, 425-2 Mr. Noon an, 425-3 1. A Skin of Beauty Is a Jef Forovr. T. Folia Oouraud'a Oriental Cream or Macloel Beeutlfler. lUrnwf To, liu. ul Mia r saa rwrrv i-tca l Myaterjr Scrrour.di Disappearance Arthur Shafer of N. T. Nationals. New York. May 17. Considerable yterr aiirrr.un I the ,li -appearance of "YOURS FOR REAL BARGAINS" Of tee cue er th aa arri trae. Far ato fcr 3 m z 48SCSnSSSJASS4SSSSSSS?SSSnS S6 Street I Init fji!ej to rrprt reterdav i , i . 1. 1.L.Lj.vtII AN Shaffr i. there tnHiJile over Barre, Vcrnoat Shaitr contract i!r ia t!. apriog. D Mi of . ' Vf -fii7 153 Fr'a", J . 1 1 IMtl. It 1m foo4 tM feat j W 63 mn. e4 I an Barailw M ; IM H lr tw.ur.it I la ir-r-rif awta. ; Axf Mansiff frtt t4 a-aiiiar tux, rv. 1 A. f-.. r. ka t. a Ihi of Ik. fc.tf V ta aaswu't ' - Aa r1" a.iwa m4 a t. : I .-. .4 Hlatraari Cm a t Vaa kararMl i4 ail r raw if aa avcr ' i 'I I.I if ffaaa Ji T . I . t . " 1 C SZ -a. ':. rtu v--zfJTT "'Hv V V,T You get the be Bread when row have us supply you. Our Bread make a better meal than ia possible when an ordinary loaf ia used. Its delirious quality imparts lest to one's eating. Its texture, svctneM and flavor please the palate, and its crisp, nicely browned crust rounds out a list of ita merits which make ita eating altogether satisfying. THE TLACE THAT GREW FROM QUALITY ooii iNauita la Um l auw I nu.T.cn it i itt, rrtftj; 1 1 ji jt.nx.