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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1913.
SUITS 4s Only three days be 1 fore Thanksgiving. How's your appetite V for new clothes? We've cooked up some ' very tasty, suits, prices $10 to $20. For young men, here, are the chesty trim :- coats that give the slim effect, long soft roll, patch pockets. The pen cil or shadow stripe leads but we have nov el patterns for the lead ers. In overcoats here are 1 the odd fabrics the . popular' chinchilla and all the color effects that are effective to produce individuality in dress. May we have the pleasure? New4 Balmacanns at $22.50. : We Clean, IJvess and Repair Clothing F. H. Rogers & Co. tiM givinf gsii Sl1 ill m Fer Thanks- givinf Day Nothing can do rr"ore complete your costume and bring you into close harmony with the spirit of the day than a pair of WALK OVEKS. All the popular styles and leathers. Men's and Women's Shoes, $3.50 to $6.00. Don't forget that our windows are full of sug gestions. Other makes, $2.00 to $3.50. HI up DOVER Ik Rogers' TALK OF THE TOWN Call up and Bee me about your shoos, rubbers and rlothinp. Call evenings or write me. Tom Andrew, Mail Order House, No. 9 Averill block, Barre. Plione 4WKM. v. Cook With Gas. To get best results, pas stove, oven and burners should be kept clvnn. Burn ers may best be cleaned by boiling in soda water. Top of stove should be wiped with dish cloth after each meal. Oven should be occasionally greased in side and out with beef suet or sweet oil while oven is warm, and then dried with flannel or soft cloth. Do not use black ing. "But Men Are Men; the best sometimes forget"' important things even Life Insurance. National Life Ins. Co.. of t. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence build ing, ilontpelier, Vt, BARRE DAILY TIMES FRANK E. LANGLEY, PablUhcr Published Every Wck-Ur Afron SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year $3.00 On month 25 cents SingW copy 1 cent TUESDAY, NOVEMBER as, 1913. Good luck to the 13th White House bride! '.'' Wonder if it's hard-for those, football heroes to be just plain citizens again. Those west-side newspapers needn't work so hard ' to "smoke out" C. 1 Smith for the Vermont governorship; so hard work isn't needed. " The Massachusetts man who shot a 50-pouud doe isn't saying a great deal about it, any more than he would if he had clubbed a baby. A TEN-CENT BOX OF "CASCARETS" Insures You for Months Against a Sick Headache, Biliousness, Constipa tion or a Bad Stomach'. The latest violent death in Windsor county was bad enotigh, in all conscience, although not manslaughter but for small favors let us be thankful. The settled policy of the United States seems to be to worry Huerta into resig nation by constant reiteration that he's a goner anyway. That is a certain kind of diplomacy. And it has come to this a New York woman wishes to divorce her husband because he is too much of a gentleman! Intolerable severity of the Vermont courts reversed and exceptions taken. Oct a 10-cent box. Put aside just once the salts, pills, castor oil or purgative waters which merely force a passageway through the bowels, but do not thoroughly cleanse, freshen and purify these drainage or gans, and have no effect whatever upon the liver and stomach. Keep yocr "insides" pure and fresh with Ca-scarets, which thoroughly cleanse the stomach, remove the undigested, sour food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out ot the sys tem all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will make you feel great by morning. They work while you sleep never gripe, sicken, and cost only 10 cents a box from your druggist. Millions of men and women take a Cas caret now and then and never have headache, biliousness, coated tongue, in digestion, sour stomach or constipated bowels. Cascarets belong in every house hold. Children just love to take them. Advt. TO-DAY'S WHITE HOUSE BRIDE. While there has been little frenzied adulation imposed on the girl who be comes a bride to-day in the nation's ex ecutive home, there nevertheless has been a quiet interest in Jessie Wilson, the second daughter of President and PIMKUETSi A Laxative That Does Not Gripe This new laxative positively will not gripe. It produces no a single unstress ing symptom, yet its action is certain and thorough. Pinkleta are just the laxative yon need to arouse the lazy, sluggish bowels and torpid liver. Don ' t keep on using harsh, Strong purgatives for they always upset the stomach and leave the bowels irritated and in a worse condition than, before. Rely on the gentle Pinklets to assist the bowels to get in proper working order and be free from constipation. These little pills are a corrective for bad breath, will clear the complexion and are recommended for torpid liver, biliousness, headaches and constipation. Any druggist can supply you whu Pinklets. 25 cents per bottle. Get a bofc tie and try them tonight. 1 1 Mrs. Wilson. She has maintained a po sition of modest retirement from public limelight whenever possible, showing sound common sense which stamps her as a good type of the American girl. Had she been so inclined she could have done all sorts of bizarre things and brought herself into a great degree of notoriety; it is always possible for a daughter of the White House to do that. And in most cases the unusual antics would be overlooked. But not so with Miss Jessie Wilson. Bhe has kept to the background and conducted herself as conventional society calls upon its girls to conduct themselves. In so do ing she has missed a lot of sentimental slush (we use the word in the absence of any other adequately to describe the frequent hysteria into which the Amer ican public goes) and she has had her picture presented in the newspapers only a normal number of times for a happy prospective bride in a family- which is much before the public eye because ol its real prominence. This reserve seems very fitting. It has brought her into more abiding public favor of the less blatant sort and it now brings her the enduring good wishes of an entire na tion, so to speak, as she gives her hand in marriage. To-day the heartiest con gratulations of all are extended to the attractive and thoroughly representative American bride-elect. TliiWHWUH 1.1 III. JIHH lywpiijliwiu PIBWfV . vger-pBxaaasss&f: - J mil CWffTT v fa Ill ILW Jj&r.Vv. lie i 111 . t-jtL Sill IHB tZ-N.!! I mm a. Aid 1 . 1 . .Vel fra rnnciripr that riew Dining Suit for Thanksgiving ! ! We are better crepared than ever before to show you just what you want in this line. Complete Nine-Piece Dining Suites from $50.00 to $183.00, . Or if it is only a Buffet you need, we can show you the best assortment ever shown in the city from $18.00 to $60.00 each. China Cabinets, $18.00 to $40.00. We also have Chairs in cane seat, wood seat, or genuine leather seats to match, from 85c to $4.25 each. A genuine leather full box seat diner for $3.00. . A 10 Per Cent. Cash Discount on All Goods LET US SHOW YOU V A. W. BADGER & COMPANY Furnishing Undertakers and Embalmers THS BEST OK AMBULANCE SERVICE s TELEPHONE 447-11 lift . ' I Extraordinary Bargains for All This Week GRANITEVILLE. Craig's fish cart will be on the hill Wednesday, instead of Thursday, THE BAKERS All tart within the city r. Union Stores, as far the help U QncraM, in merchants having an agreement with the Retail Clerks Union, who members are apposed to adrance the sale of anion label product at erery opportunity. But the fnmiihing hovee carries mar than one lino of roods, end it is therefore necessary that th demand for the label In made. of this city are all organized, so all bread made within the city is union made. Pieono patronise the homo bakeries. The following atorekeepere hare 1 urn lulled the committee with complete Hat of labeled goods they have In stock. ' 1T7XII ftri O T T O XT' OTTIT 1? lv complete, lino of men's, women's I XUKJl Ltl O OliUiil SIUKEj sd boy' boots and echoes of different makes at reasonable prices, but please look for the label on tho sole or inner sole. TTfVTTfiXT rii "iTTIf "M"1 iTi Bav tn f"owin in stock i Men's suits, UiNlVJll V-'ljvUIltVl KjJ overcoats, dreaa and work panta, dress and work shirts, men's and boys' overall and frocks, men'e underwear and hosiery, men's hat and caps, men's drwe and work shoes, men's collars, cuffs, neckwear, suapenders, work gloven, barbers' and butchers' coats, carpenters' arid butchers' aprons, but ask to see the label when purchasing. T A T T) T."" OTirif fTl have large line of boot and shoes to select from, iiAIvlvJCj OliUCj jJ. but look for the label and the price will be right. Ftt Tf"i"1,T,TG iTl '1Te 0ll"r'n stock: Men's suite, over. 11. lHJlirjlVO coat, pants, shirts, hats, cap, gloves, overalls and shoes for men and women, but insist on seeing the label before buying. FRANK McWHORTER CO. h. b:rr.ndtoVou.l,:v:r:.nk,,! jackets and underwear. 'Look for the label, brother, and ae that you get it. The smokers of this city are requested by th C. L. U. to use their beat endeavors to further the interests of the Cigar Makers' and Tobacco Workers' Unions by buying nothing but union-made cigars and tobaccos. The unions are not able to give costly premiums. , ' This list will be changed from time to time to accommodate the other storekeepers who feel like giving the desired informstion. Respectfully yours, UXIOX LABEL COMMITTEE of C. L. U. f Barre and Vicinity. COME HERE FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING , GARMENTS Bargains in Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Furs, Sweat ers, Gloves, Neckwear, Ribbons, Waists, A SALE THIS WEEK ON EVERY COUNTER A SALE THIS WEEK IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Note These Extra Specials $10.00 Ladies Coat for .......... $7.79 11.50 Ladies' Coat for , 10.00 14.75 Ladies' Coat for 12.00 15.00 Ladies' Coat for 12.98 17.00 and $18.00 Coats for. 14.00 22.5Q Coats for 19.00 Children's Coats, $1.98, $2.25, $2.75, $3.50, $3.98. In this lot you will find Coats up to $5.50. Misses' Coats up to 15 years for $3.98, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50. Thanksgiving Furs Muffs this week at $ 1.75, $2.25, $3.50, $4.50, $4.98, $5.98, $7.50 up. Special Sweaters for $1.50, $2.25, $2.75, $3.98. N $1.00 Flannel Waists for 79c $1.25 Flannel Waists for 90c Special in White Waists for 79c-98c Ribbon sale 15c Ribbon for 10c 25c wide Ribbon f or . . ; 19c 40c wide Fancy Ribbon f or . . , 25c THANKSGIVING SALE HOSIERY THIS WEEK 25c Ladies' Tally-Ho Hose for, pair. ......... 17c 50c Ladies' Silk Hose, 35c pair, or 3 pairs for. $1.00 $1.25 Thanksgiving Gloves for . . . .-. $1.00 $1.50 Pique Knit Gloves f or 1.19 It will pay you to visit this store for your Thanks giving Linens. WILLIAMSTOWN. Miss Millie J. Dniry retufJunl Sunday from n stay of srveral months with the Misses Kimball at Alstad, X. II., driving her own team and stopping over night on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. We Will Deliver Ice Cream on Thanksgiving Day to Any Part of the City Telephone Your Orders Phone 257-1, and It Will Have Our Prompt Attention for Your Thanksgiving Dinner At Our Store We Are Serving ' Hot Chocolate and Boullon Always Hot and Delicious We have just received a new assortment of Chocolates Doth in packages and bulk. We would be pleased to serve you. Cummings & Lewis, Successors to C. H. Kendrick & Co. 54 North Main Street t: t: n a r. n :: . a i: n it XX XX XX a XX xx ! i a xx Dan Daly at West Lebanon, X. H. The total distance covered in the two days was P5 miles. Isaac Heeor, who lately sold his farm in town and bought one in Chelsea, is to sell a lot of farming tools, hay, po tatoes, etc., at auction on the premises lately sold on Saturday, Nov. 29, at I o'clock p. ni. The. sale also includes a lot of liousehold poods, sawctt lumber, separator and a lot of small tools. TKeron William has poire to Worces ter on a hmjtinp trip, accompanied by his aunt, Mrs. Diantlia Sanders, who will visit her sister living in that town. Gcorpe E. Wilber was in Randolph on a business mission last Thursday, returning on Saturday. Durinff this time the postofTice wss in charge of Miss Kate M. t'arlin, with Miss Evelyn Keed as assistant. Peter Paasera, of the firm of Passer Bros., is away on a business trip to the West in the interest of the firm. A. E. House and W. H. Lonee were at home over Sunday from their work in Xorthfield and Barre, respectively. Mail will not be delivered on rural routes Thanksgiving day and the post otlice will keep holiday hours, being closed from 11 a, tn. to 4 p. m. Mrs. Martha Dewey, who ha been in Chittenden the past summer, has re turned to town and is the guest of Mrs. Laura D. Walker. An automobile got stuck in the mire Saturday on what i called the new road beyond the Clogston farm. By dint of pole and a liberal use of hay the ma chine was started with no serious dam age. People passing later noticed sev eral jagged rents in the atmosphere sup posed to haye been caused by the con versation of the driver. Store R. CANTU, ART STUDIO Larre, new, well-built studio, fitted with th latest fixtures and rih furnishings. In addition to having- the largest skylight in Vermont, this studio is equipped with ths largest lighting apparatus made br the Cooper Company. Hoboken, N. ., which inVurea the best results, even In the moat unfavorable times. . Good workmanship guaranteed. - FREE To those visiting my studio. I will give, free of charge, a nice photographic cal endar. Call and see us. It. CANTU, Art Studio Cor. Msin and Merchant Streets A NEW AND ORIGINAL VERMONT PILLOW stamped and tinted in the correct colors to embroider AT MISS W. E. RO WELL'S .161 North. Main Street www8wnSw8w8w8wBw8ttw8w8wawttwttwnw n -k'- til '"! 1 1 Pi' rrr- vy Fr r,yr iiJ T-lwh-fk i'-l k " - v:rvi ir -v .., mn n jLf - s t" i if i - J CHOCOLATES FOR THANKSGIVING ORGIES AT NERO'S BAXQUET SCE.SE PROM "QUO VADIS," AT THE Of ERA HOUSE, NOV. 27-2S-29 Apollo The largest showing of Choco lates ever seen in Barre. See our Window Display. and m m m . - n vis 40c, 80c, $1.00 Boxes Apollo Butter Chocolates 80c lb. Apollo Milk Chocolates 80c lb. Apollo Criterion Package 80c lb. ) Apollo Berlin Package .80c lb. Apollo Distinction Package 80c lb. Apollo Totally Different Package $ 1.00 lb. Apollo Class A Package 80c lb. Extra Special 100 Pounds Cream Caramels, 29c lb. Russell's : the Red Cross Pharmacy S if II