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THE BAHItE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT , FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1915.
10 Iff IN AdlePs Collegian Clothes we offer you the finest hand tailored suits and overcoats your money can buy. All the dashing novelties are here, as well as plenty of the more conservative styles, but there isn't a freakish suit or overcoat in the lot. In our assortment you will find just what you want. 0 LAMOREY CLOTHING CO. V . "Yours for Better Things to Wear" Ten Miles From as Fire ! ' You may be there next week if your hands and feet are dry and warm, you will be ready for any adventure. We are ready for the hunting season with a choice line of Sportsman's Footwear, including High Cut Shoes, , Leather Top Overs, Leggings, Sheepskin Shoes and Foot ings. 1 The sportsman, anticipating his fall hunting, will be greatly interested in our good Hunting Boots. The Tilden Shoe Company! "The House of PC -.: : We Have Just Received a Large Stock of Leather Belt Ends and Strips Now is the time to buy, as leather is going up. We also have lasts and stands and nails and knives. Come now, while you have a good assortment to choose from. . . THE N.D.PHELPS CO. Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont Adler! Collegian Clothes Suit and Overcoats ttftotU jijj;!.iii4;:ii.Lii,jy.;f,q;L Better Shoes" Deer Hunters ! If you want your Bucks' Head Well Mounted send it to George S. Tuttle .Taxidermist South Ryegate, Vermont Circular and tags on application PLAINFIELD Mrs. M. Goslant of Lanesboro spent Wednesday in town. ' The townspeople were shocked and saddened to hear of the death of Rev. P. B. Fisk of Fairlee Tuesday afternoon. The funeral will be held at his late home Friday. ' Mrs. Flora Whipple has returned from a visit in Walden and Hardwick. Miss Nora Batchelder of Montpelier visited Misses Jane and Abba Clark part of this week. ; . Miss Maude Batchelder went Wednes day night to Boston, en route to St. Petersburg, Fla., where she will spend the winter. Mrs. F. P. Gale went to llardwick on Wednesday, where she will stay during the winter. , ' Miss Mildred Hollister and George Hudson went to Wells River Wednesday to visit Reuben Hudson. , Arthur Bartlett of Marshfield was in town Wednesday, visiting relatives." Mr. and Mrs. George Worcester, for merly of Thetford, but now from the Philippines, are the guests of John Hill. Mrs. Arthur' Prescott was a business visitor in Montpelier Wednesday. C. C. Abbott of Waterbury was in town Wednesday on business. A. II. Taylor, who has been ill for several weeks, is not as well. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Nel son Welch died Tuesday. A large and enthusiastic crowd gath ered on the common Wednesday fore noon to witness the demonstration of the hand and tub engine, which was re cently leased from the Barre fire depart ment. The engine was placed near the river in B. H. Townsend's garden. With 350 feet of hose and 21 men at the en gine, water was thrown over the grist mill. Using 500 feet of hose and 33 men, water was thrown over the hotel. Those who witnessed the demonstration were much pleased and feel that Plain field now has suitable fire protection. Special thanks should be given the work men from W. S. Martin's farm, also to Chief Gladding and Mr. Campbell of Barre, who bad the demonstration in charge. Mrs. T. H. Bartlett and Mrs. Wesley Lr.mberton spent Wednesday in Mont pelier. , Mrs. Olds is spending a few weeks with Mrs. Ann Austin. CHELSEA Miss Verna Burgess is working as maid in the family of Halo K. Barling. Cadet Russell G. Corwin came home from Nortlifield last week seriously ill with a cold, from which he is now re covering. Judge Henry R. Hayward of Tun bridge was in town Monday on business pertaining to county matters. Zcphire Brunelle moved his household goods to Barre last Friday, where they will make their nome in tne i inure, .air. and Mrs. Brunelle also left for Barre the same day that their goods were shipped. liueene H. Kennedy, who nas been pressing hay for some time in Washing ton, returned with his help JMaturday ana they will not attempt to move the press again until sledding. Titus H. Wilfore lias engaged to wont as engineer for the Bobbin company dur ing the winter and he and Mrs. more have moved into the company's tenement house near the plant. Melvin O. Burnham, an aged man who lives on the Vershire road, -suffered an apoplectic shock Sunday night, and Is in a critical condition. Kutus juuraocK is caring for him. Clarence Granger of East Randolph and Miss Nora Camp,- daughter of Ar thur II. Camp of this town, were mar ried bv Rev. A. B. Knright at the Meth odist parsonage Friday evening. Oct. 31. I hey will reside at .hast Kandolpn. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. l'hu S. Clough, who live just over the line in Washington, on the Barre stage road, Nov. 1. J. II. Faught of South Acworth, N. H., was a business visitor in town on Wednesday in the interests of the Oliver Typewriter Co. Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. Hunt, who have been in Massachusetts and New Hampshire during the past two weeks visiting friends, returned home Tuesday night and Mr. Hunt is 'again at his chair m the barber shop. Fred A. Ordway and Deputy Sheriff George A. Tracy were in Burlington on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Parkhurst were called to Barre Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Parkhurst mother, Mrs. Sarah Jacques, who died Sunday at the Barre City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Del mar Aldnch, who have worked during the past two years for Herbert F. Mattoon, completed their term of service there' Saturday, Nov. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Millard r. George, who have been earing for the bitter's mother, Mrs. M. H. Corwin, who broke her hip about four months ago, have resumed housekeeping again at their apartments in Demis W. Densmore's house on North Main street. WATERBURY A very interesting home missionary meeting was held, at the home of Mrs. Elliott Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. B. R. Demeritt in charge. The regular pro gram - was on the Schau filer training school. A feature of the meeting was the reading of a report of the Brattle boro convention, written by Mrs. J. C. Griggs of Barre. Mr. and Mrs. M. Thompson and daughter, Beatrice, of Montpelier were week-end guests ot the home of Samuel Baird. A. B. Matthews has moved his family from Bradford into the Wrisley tene ment. Mr. Matthews and his brother-in-law. Mr. Blodgett, have employment with' Edwards & Edwards. George Flynn recently entertained about thirty-five of his friends on his birthday. Games were played, refresh ments served and many presents left for the little fellow. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Whitehill left to day for a few days in Boston. Mrs. C. C. Warren went to-day to New York City to visit her daughter, Mrs. Cram, and her son, C. O. Warren; jr. The gentlemen of Dillingham grange proved themselves able to keep up with the ladies when, last Saturday nigfit, they furnished the entertainment for gentlemen's night. A farce was given by them and musical numbers by Ray mond Buzzell, Harry Irish and Stanley Buzzcll. Refreshments were served, colored waiters being in charge. Twelve took the first and second degrees that night. GRANITEVTLIE. Public dance, East Barre opera house, Saturday evening. Nor. 8. Admission, SO rents per couple. Dancing from 8 till 12. SAGE TEA DARKENS HAIR TO ANY SHADE Don't Stay Gray I Here's a Simple Rec ipe That Anybody Caa Apply with a Hair Brush. The use of.Saore and Sulphur for re storing faded, gray hair to its natural color i da tea back to grandmother's time. She used it to keep her hair beautifully dark, glosy and abundant. Whenever her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded or. streaked appear&nce, this simple mixture was applied with wonaerrm ei feet. - . But brewing at home is mussy and out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at anv druir store for a BO-cent bottie of '"Wyeth's .Sage, and Sulphur Hair' Rem edy," you will get this famous om recipe which can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dandruff, dry, feverish, itchy scalp and falling hair. A well-known' downtown druggist says it darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair dis appears, and after another application or two it becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and abundant. Advt. RANDOLPH Mrs. James Jones left on Thursday for Barre. where she went on business. Mrs. Mary Mann is critically ill at i n . t..i x .... the sanatorium, and lor ine iai i days has been failing rapidly, a part of the time being in an unconscious state. Miss Jennie (iranger of Lynn, Mass., has been summoned and her niece, Mrs. Charles Flint, of St. Albans also arrived here Wednesday. A. V. llolman oi wos ton, who has charge of her business af fairs, is exoected soon. Mrs. Phineas Amaron of Pittsfield has come to pass the winter with her daugh ter, Mrs. R. H. Slack. Misses Frank and Winona Lamb -ana Misses jwwibs and Veda Davis, who wsre over Sunday guests at Mrs. Slack's, returned to Pitts field bv automobile. " ' D. H. Morse, who has not been as well within a week, is now thought to be steadily gaining. A son. Clifton Clestic, was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Menard at Claremont, N. II, on Monday, the child being the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Me nard and Mr. and Mra. Clcstic Stevens of this place. Rev. Irving Flint of Hatfield, Mass, is theuest of bis father, Daniel Flint, in Braintree, the elder Mr. Flint being in feeble health, and his son coming to visit him. - " ' A duugliter was born Tuesday morn ing to Mr. and Mrs. David Hevenstone, who live in the Mansion house. Mrs. Knowles of Walpole, N. H, is hoincr entprtninoil hv Mrs. J. C. Alden. at thehome of A. J. Curtis. J. Ht. Ferguson and his son, Leslie Fer guson, of New York City arrived here tiie first of the week, and the lormer wm pass an indefinite time here with his daughter, Mrs. G. P. Lamson, the son re turning to resume business in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skinner, who have been in town with Mrs. Lucinda Cleveland, returned on Wednesday to their home in Cambridge. Mrs. Jennie Gilford has returned Irom four months' stay at Cape Elizabeth on the coast of Maine, where she has been in charge of the summer residence of Dr. Houston of Northampton, Mass. Mrs. E. W. Horner of Rutland is here for a few days with her son, Dr. JL W. Uolden, and family. The Rochester club held its 20th an nual meeting on Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. A. M. Hubbard, when the following officers were elected: Presi dent, Mrs. D. B. Fassett; vice-president, A. M. Hubbard; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. D. T. Dyer; auditor, Mrs. W. Q. Horgkins; social committee, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Greene, Glenn Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Griswold, Mrs. Alletha Bailey Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Drew; solicit ing committee, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hub bard, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hodgkins, D. T. Dyer, Miss Ellon Matthews; , table, Mr. and- Mrs. Harvey Richardson, Mrs. Cora Bobbins, Miss Carrie Lillie, Mr, and Mrs. James Cass. The club voted to dine at The Maples on -Thanksgiving day. , Mrs. V. A. Grant and her sister, Mrs. J. F. Chadwick, have gone to Laconia, X. H, to visit their brother, Ueorge Gladding, and Mrs. Grant will extend his journey to Wcllesley, Mass., to visit her uaugnier, alius iucne, wiiu i Biuueut at Wellesley college. Rev. J. O. Hn will be the speaker before the , Christian Brotherhood, at tm ir m-xt nit-vting and vmi take for his scubject, "A Winter in North Carolina." Mrs. Emma Durkee of Essex Junction is here with B, A. Durkee, her son, and his family for A few days, v Capt. and Mrs. J. E. Eldredge closed their camp at Highgate Springs on Thursday and are again at their home on South Pleasant street for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mitchell are enter taining Mrs. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. A. C Vaughan, of Bridgewater Corners, this week. Frank Burridge, who has been living in Peth, shipped his household goods to Medford, Mass, Saturday. James Joseph I.affan and Miss Florida Ermina Wilber, both of Rochester, were married by Rev. Eraser Metiger Monday night at the Bethany parsonage. Wed nesday morning, the same clergyman married Lewis B. Wakefield and Miss Nora Hattie Churchill of Roxbifry. RUN-DOWN WOMEN Find Health in a Simple Tonic How many women do you know who are perfectly well, strong and healthy as a woman should bet They may not be Bick enough to lie in bed but they are run down, thin, nervdus, tired and devitalized. Women are so active nowadays, and so much is expected of them, that they constantly overdo and suffer from head ache, backache, nervousness and kindred ills. Such women need Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic without oil. which will create an appetite, tone tip the digestive organs, make pure blood and create strength. ' . Mrs. Walter Price, Biloxi, Miss, says: "I was in a run-down condition foe months, I had taken several medicines, but they seemed to do me no good. Finally Vinol was recommended, and from the first bottle I began to improve until I am strong and well as ever." Try a bottle of Vinol with the under standing that your money will be re turned if it does not help you. Red Cross Pharmacy, Floyd G. Russell, Barre, Vt. P. S. For pimples and blotches, try our Saxo Salve. We guarantee it, Adv. CABOT Mrs. Mary Rogers has purchased the Francis Knapp place. Dr. L. W. Burbank recently lost one of his horses by its getting injured dur ing an accident, caused by the breaking of one of the tugs to the harness. The remains of David Ferguson were brought here recently from Greensboro and placed in the family lot in Cabot cemetery. Mr. Ferguson was once a resident of this town and was a highly respected citizen, a man of candid opin ion, honest in his dealings and of noble Christian character. Mrs. Clarina , Burnham and little daughter have been visiting her parents in Woodbury a few weeks. Twenty-eight members of Winooskl lodge, I. O. G. T, attended the G. T. union held at hast Calais last Saturday, Miss Earlene McConachie was a guest of Miss Rena v heeler last Saturday and accompanied her to East Calais to at tend the G. T. union. Miss Cora Lance was home Sunday from Hardwick, where she is teaching, Lewis Lyford has returned from the Mary Fletcher hospital, after ten days' stay, lie win return mere in a lew weeks for an operation. Mrs. Louisa Nichols of Walden is stop ping with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Ains worth. Mr. and Mrs. John Wier of Duxbury have been spending a few weeks in town with relatives. The Hallowe'en party given by the in termediate club was well attended, the proceeds of the evening amounting to 13. . The ' woman a club observed gentle man's niirht last Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norris. The company were pleasantly enter tained by the readings of Miss Randall of St. Johnsbury, and selections rendered by the Ladies' Glee club, recently or ganized under the leadership of Miss Grace Morse. Miss Mariorie Wells fav ored the company with a piano solo and the trio played by Misses Marion Drew, Doris Lance and Pauline Burbank was especially enjoyed. Delicious refresh raents were served during tne evening and a pleasant social hour enjoyed oy all. . Forrest Allen has taken a position as clerk for the F. D. Ladd Co. in Barre. Rev. I. A. Ramsey and wife went to Johnson recently to visit friends and while there was called to omciate at a funeral service. Dr. M. D. Warren is seriously ill with typhoid fever. His daughter, Mrs. Ralph Marsh of Wallingford, Conn, came Wed nesday. , ' P. A. Gilmore is visiting friends in Underhill and Burlington, from the lat ter place he will go to Columbus, Ohio, to attend the national convention oi me Anti-Saloon League of America, which will be held Nov. 10 to 13. Mr. Gilmore is one of three Vermont delegates, the other two being Clifford II. Smith of Burlington, superintendent of the Ver mont league, and Albert E. Laing of Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Ladd and children have returned to their home in Barre; after visiting her mother, Mra. Martha Stone, several days. Mr. and Mrs. Alison Smith of Plain field were guests at Joseph Smith's re cently. 0. P. Boyles visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Batchelder in Plainfield recently. Mrs. Tvler Dow has returned from visiting relatives in Morrisville, Hyde Park and Hardwick. Miss Louise Stone is caring for Dr. Warren. J. T. Lance of Northfield was in town recently as agent for stoves. At tba annual meeting of the village improvement society the officers for the coming year were elected: President, E. J. Rogers; vice president, Mrs. Louise Lance; secretary, Mrs. E. J. Rogers; treasurer, Mrs. B. G. Rogers. Cabot high school is organizing a pas ketball team. Cabot high school will give a prome nade in town hall Nov. 14. Refresh ments will be served. The sale and entertainment given by the women's club drew a good crowd and was a decided success, the proceeds amounting to $41. Card of Thanks. T trUh in .-rtjrul sincere thanks to all friends who so kindly remembered me with words of cheer and sympathy dur ing my stay in the hospital. Lewis v . i.yiora. MONTPELIER Girl Thrown from Team in Runaway Accident and Ann Broken. Ethel Cooler, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Cooley of Mid dlesex, was thrown from a team early yesterday morning, when the horse be came frightened, and broke both bones in her left arm just aoove me wnsi. She drives to this city every morning, bringing the milk and cream to the creamery and remaining to attend school. The horse she drives is old and 'con sidered perfectly safe, but yesterday it was frightened by a. stone in the road and shied to the other side, where it tried to climb an embankment, and tinned the irirl out. The accident hap pened on the Middlesex Center road and she was taken to tne nome oi reier mi- lado nearby. The bones of the com pound fracture were set at Heaton hos pital and she was later taKen nome. Auirustus N. Pollard and Miss Gladys B. Small, bothe of Underhill, were mar ried Tuesday by Rev. L. O. Sherburne at his home. "They will reside in Under hill, where the groom is engagea in farming. W. E. Colby, a resident of West Ber lin for 25 years, who went to Florida about a year ago for his health, died there Oct. 28, of hardening of the ar teries. He was 60 years old and for many vears lived in Elmore. He leaves a wife, Mrs. Alice Colby of Berlin; three sons, Norman, who lives on the farm in West Berlin; Roy, a clerk in the Calla han store in this' city; and Averill, who lives in Pittsford, Mass.; one daughter, Mrs. Clifford Berry of nest Berlin; and a brother, who lives in the west. WEST T0PSHAM. Our villa ire school has two weeks more to keep, making a 12 weeks' term; and, as taught by Miaa Ruby Bradley of Barre, has been very success! ul. The game taken by the trappers so far i rpnortsd not wrv dent if ul. Charles Hight, our leading mink trapper, reports onlv one catch of a fine black mink. Walter Bursin is doing considerable logging, and will soon be ready for the sled. Clvde Church and wife of . Woodsville, N. H visited his father, Floran Church, over Sunday. R. M. Harvey af Montpelier was a business visitor in town the first of the week. Warm Feet at Little .Cost , 'f"',; Men's 8-inchi Felt Boot, sheep wool lined, Io OC and rubber heels .................. P0 Heavy Rubber onebuckle Over dj l q a This makes a corking combination. P .JU Men's Heavy Mixed Wool Hose... ..,;....; 45c Men's Heavy All Wool Hose ..... 65c ' These goods are extra value for the money. BUY NOW. , . Women's Felt and Leather-Top Shoes, C s warm lined $1.25 and p l.OU Headquarters for Men's Bostonians The Barre Shoe Co. THE PROSPERITY OF -VERMONT SAVINGS BANKS Hon. F. C. Williams, our state bank examiner, has recently giv en us a most flattering showing in regard to the growth of our Vermont Savings Banks. He says the increase during the past year has been the largest of any year in the history of our sav ings banks in round numbers, $7,000,000. The people of our little com monwealth have not only been wonderfully prospered during the past year, but they have been laying aside some of the fruits of that prosperity for a rainy day. Go back six years, to 1907, we find that the total deposits in all the savings banks in Vermont on the first day of July of that year were $57,444,294.48 ; on the first day of July, 1913, they were $87,929,764.80, a gain of more than 53 per cent, in the six years a most encouraging showing. A few of the more prosperous banks in the state show a much higher percentage of gain. For instance, the Hyde Park Savings Bank on the first day of July, 1907, had $844,158.34 in depos its. Six years later, on the first had increased practically , three had increased practicalyl three fold to be exact, they were on that date $2,523,922.73. Had the growth in deposits in all the banks in the state in creased in the same wonderful ratio as the Hyde Park Bank, they would have to-day amount ed in round numbers to one hun dred and seventy million dollars, or substantially twice what they now really are. ' ' The Hyde Park Savings Bank WEST CORINTH - Misa Marion Tone, who has been car ing for "Dick" Sleeper and son, has fin ished work there and gone to her home in Barre. (Eeoroe C. Masroon, who has been work- inor t the Farnham farm in East Mont pelier, came Monday to remain at his home here during the winter. Misa Brooks, the Sunday school work er, has finished the canvass at West Cor inth and went to V ersnire last eaiuraay, where she was scheduled to speak on Sunday in the Congregational church. W. E. Bixby of East Barre was a visit or in town Monday. Howard Dickson was a visitor in Barre Tuesday. Mrs. Arthur Gordon and Mabel have gone to Montpelier to spend a few weeks. Mr. Gordon la empioyea on ine new rail road bridge. The sheriff's sale held hero Saturday by W. E. Bixby of East Barre, was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Magoon spent Sunday at Mrs. Magoon's home in Gran iteville. Mrs. Bert Blake is visiting her daugh ter in Northfield. Mrs. J. F. Merrill and Mrs. W. n. L. Hood were called to Northumberland on Monday by the serious illness of Mrs. 'Arthur Merrill. to buy your Bread, Cakes, Pies, etc., here, if you want the best and at the most reasonable prices. A trial will convince you it does not pay to bake when you can buy to such good advantage. . "The Place That Grew from Quality" has had a growth that is simplyj phenomenal, and probably has no parallel in any country village) in the United States. One does not need go far td discover the reason for this. The depositing public is proverbially; very cautious and discriminat ing, rarely making a mistake. It thinks it sees in the manage- -ment of the Hyde Park Savings Bank an adherence to certain-well-known financial laws which, if closely followed, always lead to the port of safety. Not a dollar lost by " a poor note in nearly twenty-five years is a statemnet that can be made by very few banks in this coun try, but it can truthfully be claimed by the Hyde Park Bank., What does it mean? Simply; that the management of that; bank not only possess banking and business judgment of a high order, but it means, as well, that they are most painstaking and diligent in scrutinizing all secur ities offered as a basis for loans. The Hyde Park Bank pays four per cent, per annum, com pounded semi-annually, pays all taxes ; 1 and, as a basis for the claim which it makes, that it is perfectly safe to send money to that bank by mail either in check, postal or express money order or by registered mail it assures the depositing public that in the nearly twenty-five years of the bank's existence not a dollar sent to it by a depositor ha3 ever been lost. A postal addressed to the pres ident, Carroll S. Page, or the. treasurer, F. M. Culver, Hyde Park, Vermont, will promptly bring any desired facts touching this bank. WAS PROMINENT Iff MASONRY. ) William G. Fiske Died Yesterday at Castleton. Castleton, Nov. 7 William G. Fiskei died at his home here at 5 o'clock yes terday morning after several weeks' ilk ness from effects of a complication of diseases, age 43 years. He was born in Danby and came to Castleton to live, about 25 years ago. He is survived by' his wife, son, Harold Fiske, brother, Merlin Fiske of Danby, two sisters, Mrs. Albert I. Lawrence of Springfield, Mass.,; and Mrs. Willis Perry of Swampscoot. Mass. ( ; fr FisVfl waa one of the leadinsr menu bers of Lee lodge, F. and A. M., being past master oi me longe. lie was member of Poultney chapter, R. A. M a member of Killington commandery, lv. T., and of Cairo temple, A. A. O. M. S, The funeral will be held Sunday aft ernoon. . , ,.' , GRANITEVILLE. Mrs. Etta S, ' Richardson of " Chicagd will be at Graniteville, at Mrs. Alex, Graham's, Tuesday, to form a class in dressmaking, having had experience of several years as teacher. Call for terma and samples of work.