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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1913.
amoreyQothing'Go. Finest of Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings for Men Who Know! ; . , The more a man knows about clothing values, and the more particular he is as to proper styles and correct fit, the better we like to serve hfm and the surer we are to please him. f Look at our suits and overcoats at $25 or at $15 or at $50 and see how well dressed you may be at mod erate cost. In furnishings we carry such well-known lines as Earl & Wilson Shirts, Redman Collars, Holeproof Ho siery, in both slik lisle and cashmere, new stock of Levy & Marcus and Keyes & Lockwood, the very finest neck wear on the market, to retail from 50c to $2. Our shoe stock contains Stetson Shoes in all the different' sytles and leathers, the biggest stock of high-grade sweaters to be found in the city. - Lamorey Clothing Co., Yours for Better Things to Wear ;. "0W!" Corns? Use "GETS-IT" "GETS-IT," the New-Plan Corn Cure, Makes Any Corn Shrivel, Vanish. You'll say, "It does beat all how quick 'GETS-IT' got rid of that corn. It's almost magic t" "GETS-IT" gets every corn, every time, as sure as the sun rises. It takes about two seconds to "Madam, If You's Uae 'GETS-IT for Corni, Yau Could Waar Anr Tight Shoe Eaailrt" apply it. Corn pains stop, your forget tho corn, the corn shrivels up, and it's gone! Ever try anything like that? You never did. There's no more fussing with plasters that press on the corn, no more salves that take off the surround ing flesh, no more bandages. No more knives, files or razors that make corns btow. and cause danger of blood poison "fiKTS-IT" is enuallv harmless to healthy or irritated flesh. It "gets" j every corn, wart, callous ana uuuiim you ve got. "GETS1T" is sold at all druggists' at 25 cent a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence Co., Chicago. Advt. RANDOLPH Mrs. F. A. Eaton and Mrs. G. E. Cuah man, who have been in Burlington for a few days, returned home bunday. Miss: Jennie Granger of Lynn, Mass., who' was summoned here by the death of Mrs. Mary Mann, after passing a few days with relatives, returned home on Saturday. Mrs. Ezra Dickerman, who has been at the sanatorium for treatment for the last week, went to White River Junction Saturday, to pass a few days with her sister. Mrs. Douglas Barclay and her' two children came from Barre Saturday for an over-Sunday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. James Butler of New Loudon, Conn., who have been here with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Edson, have re turned to their home. Mrs. L. F. Lawrence of Montpelier is the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. B. Con nor, for a few days. , 1). II. Morse, who has been at the san atorium for treatment for the last month, does not improve, as his friends wish. GRANITEVILLE PLAINFIELD ORANGE ' MrS. Ada Whiteomb returned home Friday after a week's visit with Mrs. . Azro Noyes of Barre. Mrs. C. O. Peakc and Miss Bernice Ma goon spent Saturday in Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Magoon are visit ing friends in Northfield. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Ward Luce of White Uiver Junction have returned home aft er a week's visit with relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crockett of Ber lin were in town Friday night to attend grange . meeting. Miss Clara Badger is spending the week at her home in East Montpelier. Mrs. Ella Mills is spending a few days with friends in Barre. Kimball Corner school closed the fall term of twelve weeks on Friday, Nov. 21. Those having no absent or tardy marks were Guy Lord, Porter Lord, Fern Lord, and Antoinette Bisson. tVver For bertine Bisson only one nnd'one-half days. Lula Thompson, teacher. ' Lust Friday night was observed as ladies night at the grange. A fine pro gram was given consisting of a vocal duet by Agnes and Bessie Emerson, in strumental solo by. Ila Nelson, fare, en titled'The Modern Sewing Circle," and an instrumental duet by Agnes and . ; i , , Bessie Emerson. Afterwards a supper was served by the ladies, it consisted of baked beans, brown bread, pickles, pie, cake, doughnuts and coffee. At the next meeting the annual election of of ficers will be held. WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Bigelow and Har old returned from a, two weeks' stay in Boston last week. Mrs. O. E. Curtis left Thursday with her aunt for a ttay in Chicago of sev eral weeks. Mrs. Clyde. Blnke is quite ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. C. E. Emery. Mr. and Mrs. C E. Stanley left Sat urday for Koyalton, where they will stop for Thanksgiving with their niece, Mrs. Hope. Then they leave for Bos ton and Trovidence, to spend the holi days, from which place they are to go to California to spend the winter. Mr. King lias moved to their house for the winter. ' A Thanksgiving day dance is . to be held at the schoolhouse hall Thursday morning. Music by' Gauthier's orches tra, three pieces. ; Bring your lunch bas ket.' Coffee will be furnished. BiH, 73c. Eleazcr Smith has moved to the place he recently purchased, and Frank Ord- way has moved to the farm he bought a short tune ago. Abe Jacobs of Corinth was in town Saturday on business. Charles Flint has returned to his home here, after a short stay in the south. William Letourneau of Barre was town over Sunday. AMUSEMENT NOTES. SpfendfidVafiyes Real Thanksgiving Special, So Extraordinary That Every Item Should Appeal to Every Housekeeper Cape Cod Cranberries, 3 qts. for 25c ENGLISH WALNUTS, 20c lb., 2 lbs. for 33c FLORIDA ORANGES, 16 for 25c HAifRR'Q rnrriA s iu. Limit 1 n. to u v;vv7vii Our prict 2V The Talk of All America, "Quo Vadis," a Fascinating Attraction. "Quo Vadis," the superb photo drama reproduction of Henry Sienkiewiaz's world famous novel, comes to the Barre opera house next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, with matinee Thanksgiving day and Saturday and it looks as though Mr. George Kleine's remarkable produc tion will establish a wonderful record for a crowded bouse in Barre. Aside from the many spectacular features there is an undeniable fascina tion about the story of Vinitius' pas sion for the sweet Lygia and the adage that the course of true love never runs smooth, etc.," is proven as far back as A. D. CO and 08 by this very picture romance. It is 1mm an and human nature is the same to-day as it was in the days of Nero and all the other Caesars and Roman emperors. And that is what the public likes whether it is novels, dramas, paintings, or photo dramas. Adv. EAST BARRE Everybody's goinjf! Where! To the masquerade hall in Gilocrt's hall, Upper Graniteviile, Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 2(1; held under the auspices of the "Jolly Five." Davidson's orchestra of five pieces will furnish music for dancing from 8 o'clock until 3. Dance bill, $1.00 a cou- i pie; unmasked ladies without escort, 25c. ! A chicken-pic supper which will be in I chargo of a committee of ladies, will' be J served at 25c per plate. The public is cordially invited and a good time is ; assured. caatomar All Kinds of Nuts Almonds, Pecans Naples, Wal nuts, Filberts, Castinas SEEDLESS RAISINS, 2 Mb. pkgs. for 25c NEW CLEAN DATES, per lb. 10c BLUE LABEL KETCHUP So,d K 20e u 17c bot. Extra Large BANANAS, doz. 25c .olives giant BoT.i5Sth;:rt bou,e yo" 25c Fancy Pears, Apples, Malaga, Tokay and Cornichon Grapes Fancy Florida GRAPEFRUIT, 4 for 25c Large Florida ORANGES, from 25c to 40c doz. NABISCO, N. B. C, V2c pkg. 1MfrZr' . New Figs, Chestunts, Pineapples, Lemons, etc. THE DIVERS! FRUIT CO. Branch Storw Concord. H.' 'Wholei.l. Houac, lfb Commercial St., Boaton, Maw. THAT SAVING PROBLEM Now Is the Time to Start Saving by Patronizing Our Big Closing Out Sale which started last week Thursday. We have had a tremendous rush since the sale has been on, and we want to thank the people for the liberal patronage they have shown us. But we beg to announce that there is still a lot of big bargains left, and we are going to make still greater reductions on all our goods before wTe cjose out. You cannot afford to let these opportunities slip by when the prices are so excep tionally low. Come in and let us show you what you can get for your money. Look for the Big Red Sign. . New York Bargain House, Inc. 100 No. Main St., Barre, Vt. . This Lung Remedy Known Fifteen Years If everybody who iiiffera from or Is threatened with- Lung Trouble would In vestigate the many vases where recov eries were brought about through the use of Erkinan's Alterative, a remedy which has stood the test for nealy fifteen year, a strong opinion In favor of It would be the result. What it has accomplished for others It may do for you. Head tuts: 145 K. K'2(f St., New York. "Gentlemen: Last 1 tore m tor I took a aiidrteu cold, which developed Into Pnen monla. The doctor did all he possibly could tor me, but could not clear my lungs. One day 1 saw a testimonial in one of the papers telling of the good re sult someone bad from taking Ei kman'i Alterative for a trouble of the lungs. I began taking It and soon felt good re wilts. My lungs besan to clear up and I began to gnln In strength and was soon well enough to take up my work again. I am in better health now than I have been at any time. I am a missionary worker for the New York Home for Homeless and Friendless Boys." (Affidavit) KRXKST P. WILCOX. (Above nbbrevlnted; more on request.) Eekman'a Alterative has been proven by many years' test to be most efficacious for severe Throat and Lung Attentions, Bronchitis. Bronchial Asthma, Stubborn . Colds and In upbuilding the system. Contain no nH root lea, poisons or habit forming drugs. Ask for booklet telling of reroverlea. and write to Eokroan laboratory. Philadelphia, Pa., for evi dence. For sale by all leading drugglata Red Cross Pharmacy, Barre, VC THANKSGIVING DINNER EUREKA RESTAURANT 205 North Main Street C H. HAWES. Proprietor Best Dinner in the City 35c SOUP Cream Tomato Bisque Baked Chicken FISH Halibut Hollands is Sauce BOILED Boiled Beefs Tongue- -Apple Jelly ROASTS Sirloin of Beef Tenderloin of Pork Dish Gravy Brown Gravy Vermont Turkey Cranberry Sauce ENTREES Fruit Salad Cream Dressing Old-Faahioned Chicken Pie VEGETABLES Boiled Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Hubbard Squash Boiled Onions PASTRY AND DESSERT Heat Pie AppleOi Lemon and" Pumpkin Pie Steamed Plum Pudding Brandy Sauce Orange Jelly Whipped Cream Tea Coffee Milk Malaga Grapes Miles Hunt met with quite a loan lust week, when he found that by some un known cause hi sugar house had been burned to the ground. 'Raymond I'aiks is suffering from an attack of blood poisoning in his left hand. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rice have moved to the Frank Tucker house, which they recently purchased. Mrs.' Susan Parks of Barre is visiting Mr. and Mrs. .John Parks. -Mrs. K. D. Bartlett and son, Edward, visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Adams of Montpelier Friday. Mr. and .Mrs. H. S. Tarks and daughter, Kileen, of Barre were in town Sunday. Miss Edith Bancroft of Montpelier and Miss Dnrothr Bancroft of North Mont pelier visited" Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bun- croft Sunday. Herbert Knapp of Lyndonville is spending a few days with Mr. and Mr. U L. Knapp. Miss Nora Batchelder went to Florida Monday to spend tho winter. F. J. Bancroft of Pawtucket, R. I., who recently purchased the hotel, has made extensive repairs refurnishing many of the rooms and painting the building. The electrical display on the front of the hotel is very attractive. Wheeler J." Batchelder was in St. Tohnsbury Friday on business. Thanksgiving services were observed at tho Methodist church Sunday morn The public library lias recently re ceived two very acceptable gifts. Chester Sanborn lias given a set ot iJicKcns" works and Joseph Lincoln's works have been presented by F. J. Bancroft. A reception wus given Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert fate at the Odd Fellows' hall Sat urday evening. A large number of rel atives and friends were present and an interesting program was given. Mr. and Mrs. Cate received many gifts, besides sum of money. Refreshments were served in the dining room. Miss Mary Bean and deorge Bean went to Manchester, X. II., Saturday to visit .Mrs. Cora Bean. A son was born Saturday to Mr. and Mr. Carl Steele. Miss Maude Flood, who is teaching at Barnet, is spending a few days at home. Miss Lena Pitkin aud friend of Barre were in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Batchelder of Barre spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Emma Batchelder.. "Dick" Batchelder has gone to Chicago with II. M. Fnrnham of Montpelier. Misses Bessie and Madella fShorey went to St. Johnsbury Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Flood. Regular meeting of Court Rob Roy, No. 0, Tuesday evening, Nov. 25, in Gil bert's hall. All members are .requested to attend. Initiation. Smoke talk aft er the meeting. J. J. Sullivan, fin. sec. ... Quarry Workers, Attention! Regular meeting of branch No. 12, Q. W. I. U. of N. A., Wednesday evening, Nov. 20, at 7 o'clock. Business of importance. All members are requested to be pres ent. Per order of secretary. Regular meeting of Granite Mountain lodge, No. 7807, I. O. O. F., M. U., Fri day evening, Nov. 24, at 7 p. in. in Miles' hall. All inemtxtra for degrees are re quested to attend. Degrees will be con ferred, by the degree team of the Green Mountain lodge of Barre. Per order N. G. Regular meeting of Camp 8392, M. W. of A., Thursday evening, Nov. 27, at 7 o'clock in Gilbert's hall. All members requested to attend. Initiation and so cial talk after the meeting. J. J. Sulli van, clerk. Regular meeting of camp 8392, M. W. of A., Thursday evening, Nov. 27, at 7 o'clock, in Gilbert's hall. All members requested to attend. Initiation and so cial talk after the. meeting. J. J. Sul livan, clerk. Everybody's going! Where? To the masquerade ball in Gilbert's hall, Upper Graniteviile, Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 2(i; held under the auspices of the "Jolly Five." Davidson's orchestra of live pieces will furnish music for dancing from 8 o'clock until 3. Dance bill, f UK) a cou ple; unmasked ladies without escort, 2rx;. A chicken-pie supper which will be in charge of a committee of ladies, will be served at 25c per plate. The public is cordially invited and a good time is assured. SLEEP DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESS BACKACHE AND RHEUMATISM VANISH Even Most Chronic Sufferers Find Quick Relief. A few doses of Croxone never fail to relieve such troubles, because it cleans out the clogged-up, inactive organs, and makes them work properly. It soaks right into the kidneys, cleans out the little filtering cells and glands; neu tralizes the urine so it no longer irri tates the tender membranes of the blad der; dissolves the poisonous uric acid substances that lodge in the joints and muscles, and scratch and irritate, and cause rheumatism, and cleans out and strengthens the lifeless kidneys so they can filter, and sift the poisorf from the blood, and drive it out of the system. So sure so positive so quick and lasting are the results obtained from Croxone, that three doses a day for a few days are often all that is required to end the worst backache, regulate the most annoying bladder- disorders, and put the kidenys in healthy, active con dition. It is practically impossible to take this quick-acting, effective preparation, without results. ; An original package costs but a trifle, and all druggists are authorized to re turn the purchase price if Croxone fails to promptly give desired results, regard less of how old you are or how long you have suffered. Advt. BROOKFIELD Miss Abbie Williams has finished work for Mrs. A. C. Lamsoii and is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Williams, in Northfield. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lamson were in Randolph Thursday on business. a. J. illiams and Koger Drought were in Northfield Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hyde and Mrs. Eri Ditty were in. Northfield Saturday, making the trip in Mr. Hyde's auto. Roger Drought has finished work for Bert Dewey at Northfield. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hoi den started Monday night for Covina, Cal., to visit Mr. Holdcn's brother, S. B. Holden, and family. ., Mr. and Mrs. Walier Grout visited at Mr. and Mrs. Clayton CurtiB' in Vil-y liamstown Sunday, GIRLS! GIRLS! YOU MUST TRY THIS! DOUBLES BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR. Seth Wolcott of Florence fell from a load of lumber while returning from the mill in A hippie hollow and broke one of his shoulder blades. PALE FEOPLETARE IN PERIL Some Form of Nervous Breakdown Always Threatens Them. Tale people are always nervous. There Is a closer connection between blood and nerves than tuo."t people know for all the nourishment that the nerves receive reaches them through the blood. That is why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, known everywhere as a blocxl builder, have help ed so many people with exhausted ner vous systems, eo many sufferers from neuralgia, sleeplessness, nervous head ache and other nervous troubles. You will find Dr. AVilliams' Pink Pills different from other remedies. It is almost impossible to take these pills into the system without getting good results. Your own drupuist can supply you with these pills. You will notice that besides strengthening your nerves and banishing your backache Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will toneup yourentire system and give you an appetite that will make your meals enjoyable. Get a 35-Cent Bottle and Make Your in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. A delightful Hair Lustrous, Fluffy, Abundant Stops Falling Hair. ' Immediate? Yes! Certain ? that's the joy of it. Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautifill as a young girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse. Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt, or excessive oil. and surprise awaits tnose wnose hair lias been neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautifying the hair, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invig orates'the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair, but what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use, when you see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair grow ing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, surely get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Dan derine from any drug store or toilet counter and just try it. Advt. WEST BERLIN Those was a large attendance at the Mackinzey class, which met at the home of Mr. a'nd Mrs. M. E. Glines Satur day night. - Miss Claudia Robinson, who has been visiting friends and attending a wedding in South Royalton, returned home lust week. ' Mrs. W. A. Cooper visited friends in Montpelier last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hewitt visited their son, Rev. A. W. Hewitt, in Plain field, last week. Miss Drucilla Bailey was in Randolph last week. ' J. H. Harris is employed by the C. V. railroad as a bridgehand at White River Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shepard are the happy parents of a son, born Nov. 18. Mrs. David Bean is in quite poor health. Mrs. C. H. Robinson was in Mont pelier last Tuesday. Mrs. Helen Glines visited her sister, Mrs. Sahin Pike, last week.' Mrs. W. H. -Moody was in Northfield last week Tuesday. Carl Brahan visited friends jn Water bury last week. Miss Addie Emerson and Mrs. Julia Young spent a day in Montpelier last week. WEBSTERV1LLE St. John the Baptist Episcopal church. There will be a chicken-pie supper in the vestry on Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. Admission, 25c each for all ages. Everybody's toinc! Where T 10 tli? masquerade ball in Gilbert's hall, Upper Graniteviile, Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 28; held under the auspices of the Jolly Five." Davidson's orchestra of five pieces will furnish music for dancing from 8 o'clock until 3. Dance bill, f 1.00 a cou ple; unmasked ladies without escort, 2."ic. A cmcken-pie supper which win ne in charge of a committee of ladies, will be served at 25c per plate. The public is cordially invited and a good time is assured. Piles Cored in 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINT- Layer Raisins MENT fails to cure itching, blind, bleed- ing or protruding piles, first applica 12:00 tO 2:30 tion gives relief. 50c. Advt. We Have Just Received a New Line of Keen .(utter Carving Sets It will pay you to come and see them before purchasing elsewhere. in The N. D. Phelps Co. Barre, Vt. Phone 29 The New Buzzell Thanksgiving Dinner at 35c Hotel Restaurant . MENU: ' Roast Turkey, with Dressing Roast Beef Boiled Fish, with Egg Sauce ' Spanish Fritters, with 'Syrup , Mashed and Boiled Potatoes Cranberry Sauce Baked Squash Mashed Turnip, Boiled Onions Apple, Mince, Blueberry and Pumpkin Pie Steamed Pudding, with Sweet Sauce , Vanilla Ice Cream Tea Coffee Milk - 7, ii I High-Grade Candy f f tor inanKsgivmg ii Photo graphs You'll soon thinking of a way to please Father and Mother and friends at Christ mas time. Think o f photographs Your portrait, as you are to-day, will please them all. Make an ap pointment before the busy season. Sittings from 10 until 3. Telephone 239-W. THE TROUP STUDIO We wish to call your attention to the Con fectionery which we offer with special reference to the Thanksgiving season. The Candy that'we offer for sale is absolutely pure, being made in clean factories from the finest and purest mate rials obtainable we do not believe it possible to obtain anything purer or better. We mention below a few kinds particularly adapted to Thanksgiving requirements. ' '' Foss Ideal Package Chocolates. ... . .. . .80c box Foss Quality Chocolates .............. .65c box Foss Milk Chocolates 80c box Huyler's Mixed Chocolates ; . . .80c box Huyler's Mixed Chocolates 40c J-Ib. box Old-Fashioned Chocolates 20c lb. Fine Cream Peppermints , . . . . .20c lb. Fine Cream Chcckermints 20c lb. New Salted Peanuts 20c lb. New Salted Peanut Jumbos ,40c lb. Salted Almonds and Pecans ...80c lb. New Crop Imported Walnut Meats. . . . . . .40c lb. Cream Caramels . . .29c lb. Foss Fine Chocolates in bulk ;50c lb. it II 4 i i 1 B LK"V- A be r.V 7M J I Hi P' t tni 1 ! Drown's Drug Store, I 48 North Main Street Drugs and Kodaks IjtT TITBIT! I teresota : . In lour is now used at the City Bakery in making Double Loaf Malt Bread. - Try a loaf now and. see the difference from other Bread. All kinds of Cream Goods on Wednesday, and several other good things for Thanksgiving. We shall have another large baking of those good Mince Pies like you had last year, at 15c. Call and see our variety Wednesday. "The Place That Grew from Quality'