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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, ,VT., .WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1913.
7 ix I ft M Hi P J t: it. :U M 5 xx U XX a a U M ix tx XX XX XX it ii u n If fx ix WC . e-T THEM NX iL I 3 THE WOMAN it i iw ivswrm. I 4 Thanksgiving weather now due. Time for Winter footwear. Not the clumsy, heavy kind, but the neat, trim, substantial designs so characteristic of "Queen Quality" and the custom bootshops. Smart Winter models here for every taste. ', Outdoor and indoor styles, with the extra high front tops now so much the vogue. Custom values at half custom prices. Hi RANDOLPH Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Chamberlin Celebrate Their 45th Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Chamberlin quietly observed their 45th wedding anniversary on Monday. Many friends remembered these people who had so long traveled the journey of life together, by cards, letters, and gifts of fruit, flowers and money. A large number also called upon them to offer congratulations and wish them much happiness. Orrin Chamberlin and Miss Ella Pratt, both of Randolph, were married at the home of the bride's brother. Jerome Pratt, in Randolph, Nov ember 24, 1868, by Rev. Ames, pastor of tlie Christian church at that time. Here they settled and since that time they have been residents in town. In their long stay they have gained many friends and tue respect of the entire community. Mr. Chamberlin was a soldier in the civil war, and on bis return home became a member of U. S. Grant post, G. A. R., HOW YOU MAY THROW AWAY YOUR GLASSES The statement is made that thousands wear eyeglasses who do not really need them.' If you are one of tbeee unfortunate, then these g-lassea may be ruinlntr your eyes Instead of helping" them. Thousands who wear "win- dowi" may prove for themselves that ther can dispense with slaeses if they will get the following prescription filled at once: Go to any active drug store and get a bottle of Outona; fill a two-ounce bottle with water and drop in one Uptons tablet. With thia harmless liquid solution bathe the eyes two to- four timet daily, and you are likely to be astonished at the result right from the start. Many who have been told that they have Mtlg matUm, eyeetrain, cataract, sore eyelids, week eyes, conjunctivitis, ana otner eye aisoraers. report wonderful benefits from the use of this free prescription. Get this prescription filled MONTPELIER Mrs. Ellen Harrigan in Critical Condi tion as Result of Fall Down Steps. Mrs. Ellen Harrigan is in a critical condition at the home of her 'daughter, Mrs. Matthew Doyle, as the result of a fall Thursday night. Mrs. Harrigan, who is 83 years old, rose from the couch where she had been taking a nap, and is believed to have started for the kitch en, but, being somewhat dazed, opened the outside front door, instead, and, tak ing one step, fell to the sidewalk. Be cause of her advanced age, it is feared the shock of the fall will prove fatal, as he lias been clear In her mind only a little while at a time since. The last rites of the church were adminis tered. She is one of the oldest attend ants at St. Augustine's church. which membership he holds at the prea-l nd m ft you Mf , ,tr.ngthm your eye. People's Shoe Store C. S. Andrews, prop. Barre, Vt. . mm MIDDLESEX Mrs. Levi Swift and son, Roland, re turned the latter part of the week from a few days' stay in Burlington. Miss Clista Newhall accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Willington, to her home in Titchburg, Mass., Saturday. Carl Batchelder returned to his sbhool in Lyndonville, Saturday. Miss Bessie Stock well of Norwich is spending the week at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Johnson, who have closed thisvr house for the winter, left Monday night for Owobso, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. X. Stockwell spent Sun-. day with their son in Richmond. . Miss Myrtie Bundy of Montpelier spent Monday at Albert Crane's. Mrs. Grace Lucia, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Crane, died Sunday at the hospital in Northampton, Mass., at the age of 22 years. Funeral services were held at Northampton ' Tuesday, where interment took place. Miss Eila Coins tock spent Inst week with friends In Groveton, N. H. Mr. Scribner, who has been at work at the Consolidated Light & Power Co. station the past few weeks, has returned to his home in Waterbury Center. Mrs. Albert Crane went Monday night to Northampton, Mass., to attend the funeral of her daughter, Mrs. Dustln Lu cia. Frank Battles moves his family this week to Moretown. Mr. Battles will continue his work for the Moretown creamery, bnt will have the Waitsfield route, formerly driven by Frank Bettis. See Abbott' display of ?5c fancy ribbons. ent time. Mr. (.'hamberlm has been a member of the Masonic fraternity for more than 45 years, and upon the organ ization of Beulah chapter, 0. E. S. in 1880. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin at once became affiliated with this organization, Thev were both members of the old Christian church, and upon its union with the Congregational they were trans ferred to the Bethany church where their membership now remains. Mrs. Cham berlin is an active worker in the Worn an's Relief corps and the Bethany Guild. While both are not strong, they are for the most part of the time comfortable and have much pleasure in their home on School street, where they have the companionship of Mrs. Chamberlin's sister, Miss Mary Pratt. Gifts from the various organizations, of which they are members, were generously Bent them on Monday, Mrs. Windsor Ditty came, from Wil- liamstown on Monday and stopped off for a short visit with relatives before eoinir to Rochester, where she is to pass Thanksgiving with relatives. Mrs. M. V. Chad wick left Monday for Lynn, Mass., where she will pass a week with her son, Fred Chadwick, and wife. Miss Mildred Hatch has returned from her teaching in Barton and will remain for the present with her parents. Mr. and Airs. it. JU liatcn. Miss Mary Morse, who went into the office of the Herald &, News, has been obliged to give up the work, and is now at work as stenographer in the onice of the Rev. Iraser Aleuger. The Thanksgiving ball here promises to be one of the pleasantest events of the season. Two orchestras Forsell's of Montpelier, and Hough's of Lebanon, will be here to give continuous music. and during their lunch time, "Dick" Grant of Boston, who is to be here on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. v. A. Grant, will furnish piano music for the company. On Wednesday night of this week, Rebekah lodge will have the company of Mrs. Angle Undress of Bennington, as sembly warden, on her annual visitation. The members will have a banquet at the Slayton restaurant, at the close of the session, tm Tuesday night previous to that glaaeea will not be necessary. Thousands who are blind, or nearly so, or who wear glasses, would never have required them if they had cared for their eyes in time. Save your eyes before it is too late I Do not be come on of these victim of neglect. Eye glasses are only like crutches, and every few year they must be changed; to At the ever- increasing weakened condition, so better aee if you can, like many others, get clear. healthy, strong, magnetic eyes through the prescription here given. , this the regular meeting occurs, when the Anal arrangements will be made to receive their , guest. Mr. and Mrs. James Butler, who have been visiting friends In Brookfteld and later Mrs. II. W. Cheney of this place, left on Monday for their home in New London. Ask Mr. Searles of Barre ABOUT THIS ENGINE AND SAW He has an interesting story to tell you about what others are doing in the way of making mon ey with this wood-sawing outfit. Get in touch with him quick! Mr. C. E. Searles is our general agent at Barre; or see J. L. Arkley, Barre, or write us direct. Ask for Catalogue D. Bracket I, Shaw & Lunt Co. 62 No. Washington St., Boston , Headquarters for Gasoline En gines for All Purpose Somerjworth, N. H. FEEBLE OLD PEOPLE WAITSFIELD Miss Jessamine Billings of Randolph spent the week-end with relatives in town. Mrs. Alice Martin of Stowe was in town last week. Mrs. Abia Campbell was remembered on her 73d birthday, last Saturday, by a post card shower. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grandy and grandson, Miles Johnson, of Warren, were at Mrs. Flora Moriarty's last week. Karl Baird, Walter Gaylord and Ken neth Bisbee are home from Randolph etate school for the Thanksgiving vaca tion. ' H. N. Bushnell jammed his left hand badly last Friday. Mrs. ueorse liawiev 01 t-ssex junc tion is staving with Mrs. Henry Bettis. Miss Blanche LaBelle is home from her school in Granville. James Maxwell returned home Friday from Waterburv. Mrs. Emily Eaton spent Sunday in town. Mr. and Mrs. George Martin spent Saturday and Sunday in Warren. Mr. and Mrs. 1. Men and son, Clayton, spent Sunday and Monday in Barre and Montpelier. Mr. C. 11. Ferns and Mrs. V. a. Hon- nette "pent Saturday in Warren. Charles Bingham injured his hand se riously Saturday by running a nail through it. Mme. Downer is critically ill and very weak. Edmund Regan of '.Bethel is spending a week with relatives in, town. . Ned Newcomb returned Saturday A 10-pouni daughter, Lueintla Sta ples, was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cummings. The city council held a short meet ing last evening, a special one, called by the mayor for the purpose of set ting a date for a hearing on sprinkling assessments, the date being set for next Wednesday evening. A change in bond of city officers was suggested to the members of the council, it being believed by some that it would be better to have them changed from fidelity bonds to per sonal sureties, signed by at least two reliable citizens. This new idea will be placed before next year's city council, It was the opinion of the council that the officers should be given the privilege of lurnishing either a personal or fidel ity bond, whichever they chose. The whole sprinkling assessment for this year is divtdedias follows: Dustoline, $1,112.21; 40 per cent asphalt, $207.50: cost of laying,' $57. Street matters'were considered but no action taken. Super intendent Roberts is now able to con fer with tha city officials,. after a long illness, and it is found that $2,788.60 is due the city from the state for road- work. Miss Carrie A. M. Coughlan and Wil liam Harold Canning, both of this city, were married yesterday at St. Augus tine's church, Rev. W. J, O'Sullivan per forming the ceremony. They were at tended by Miss Alice Corvin and Wil liam Coughlan, brother of the bride. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Can ning left for a wedding trip to New York, and on their return will reside in this city. Horace W7illianis, aged about 40 years, who for 15 years was : cook at Mont pelier seminary, died recently at his home in Canaan, N. H. Mr. Williams was an accomplished musician on the pipe organ and gave many recitals. .Aft er leaving Montpelier he was cook in Brookline, Mass., but a few months ago gave up work and came to Canaan, where he had a home. Death was. caused by dropsy. 110 Fresh Corn On the Cob or Dry Kernels? There's no question as to which you would choose to 1 cat. And there's just as much difference between fresh tobacco in the Sickle Plug and dried-up particles of sliced or granulated tobacco. V . ' All the natural tobacco flavor and moisture are pressed info the Sickle Plug, and kept in by the natural leaf wrapper. You whittle a pipeful off the plug as you use it that is why you always get it fresh always get a slow-burning, sweet, cool, satisfying smoke. Economical, because you get more tobacco there's no package to pay for. And there's no waste. All good ; dealers sell Sickle try a pipeful today. ' Slice it as you use it 3 Ounces 10c 1 GRANITEVILLE Are Told How to Regain hrt KewTof:d last week. Strength and Vigor As one grows old, the waste of the system becomes more rapid than repair, the organs act more slowly and less ef fectively than in youth, the. circulation is poor, the blood thin and digestion weak. Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic without oil, is the ideal strength ener and body-builder for old folks, for it contains the very elements needed to rebuild wasting tissues and replace weak ness with strength. Vinol also fortifies the system against colds and thus pre' vents pneumonia. Mrs. Mary Ivey of Columbus, Ga., savs: "If people only knew the good Vi not does old people, I am sure you would be unable to supply the demand. I never took anything before that did me so much good as V inol. Jt is the finest tonic and strength-creator I ever used in my life." " If Vinol fails to build up the feeble, old people, and. create strength, we will return your money. Red ctoss mar macy, Floyd G. Rusaell, Barre, Vt. P. S. Our Saxo Salve stops itching and begins healing at once. Advt. Mrs. Hattie Hanks returned last Fri dav to Warren. Eddie Miller of Burlington was here I Tela no imitation. Jut ut "HORLIOnL' 1 -A 1 AI i .1 His. wwk, minting. At Fountains & Elsewhere Ask for "HORLICK'S Thi Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food-drink for All Apt. At restaurants, hotels, and fountains. Delicious, invigorating and sustaining. Keep it on your sideboard at home. Don't travel without it. A quick lunch prepared in a minute. Quarry Workers, Attention! Regular meeting of branch No. 12, Q. W. I. U. of N. A., Wednesday evening, Nov. 26, at 7 o'clock. Business of importance. All members are requested to be pres ent. Per order of secretary. Regular meeting of Granite Mountain loihre. No. 7807, I. O. O. FH M. U, Fri day evening, Nov. 24, at 7 p. m. in Miles' hall. All members for degrees are re- juested to attend. Degrees will be con erred bv 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. Sul livan, clerk. Everybody's going! Where? To the masquerade ball in Gilbert's hall, Upper Graniteville, Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 26; 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, 25c. 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. held under the auspices ) of the "Jolly Five.'' Davidson's orchestra of five pieces will furnish music for dancing from 4 o'clock until 3. Dance bill, 11.00 a cou ple; unmasked ladies without escort, 25c. A chicken-pie supper which will be in charge of a committee of ladies, will b served at 25c per plate. The public is cordially invited and a good time is assured. STOP THAT ACHING TOOTH INSTANTLY EAST BARRE Everybody's going! Where? To the masquerade ball in Gilbert's hall, Upper Graniteville, Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 20; y . Wnsist UPON DENT'S ALL DRUGGISTS -15 When you need a Pitt TAKE A Brandrettis Pitt Entirely Vegetable, for CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNiat HEADACHE, DIZZINESS. INOIOtSTIOf J. A. Smith, Z. H. McAllister and Miss U0f In AltV MlllC TfUftt Pelier. making the trip in donn Mc- t anflrhlin'a sutn ' Harold LaMorder spent Sunday at ! Bfi3rlDnSri3rlg!rjn The Misses Har.el Kew, Effie LaMor der and Orris McAllister, who have been teaching in Fayston, are borne for the Thanksgiving vacation, GAYSVILLE The ww;!i;wu!W!!8!ittiHa; O Q xn W H H W 1-9 O H m H I GOODS DELIVERED FREE IN "V CITY .TELEPHONE 240 i a "... a f:wiwii8!:tt.!ww!;iiw 8 jit a a P "a a M a a; a ' 8 8 a a a 8 M h a a H a a a 8 u a a 8 a a' a a a" . a a a a UNITED FRUIT STORE Our Specialty-Fruits and Confectionery For Thanksgiving GRAPES, CATAWBA, 25c BASKET MALAGA, TOKAYS, CORNICHON, 15c lb., 2 lbs. for 25c ORANGES CALIFORNIA AND FLORIDA Sweet and Juicy, 16 for 25c up to 50c doz. FANCY FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT , . 4 for 25c, 3 for 25c.and 2 for 25c LARGE BANANAS, FANCY PEARS AND APPLES FLORIDA PINEAPPLES, 15c each NEW NUTS, ALL KINDS Almonds, 23c Brazil Nuts, 23c Filberts, 20c lb. Pecans, 20c lb. Walnuts 23c lb. Mixed Nuts, 15c lb., 2 lbs. for 25c NEW DATES, 10c lb., 3 lbs. for 25c PEANUTS, 3 qts. 25c SMYRNA FIGS, 15c lb. and 20c lb. FANCY RAISINS a 8 8: . 8" a a 8 a: a a :8 ) XX 8 a it U a a a a a a U 8 a 8 a a a a 8 a a a 8 a a a a 8 a :a .a.;a:8.:a a: a a a 8 a ;a 8 8 s inwa , 'a-;a: a a. a. a a a a a a- 8 a. a 'a: a: a a 8 . ' , a Stop and Look at Our Prices 76 North Main St., Barre, Vt. 8 a w w w w & o w 1 o Q w a u l-H O a 8 g 8 8 If 8 xi XX u xxz a a a: u 8 S XX it 8 8 a 8 8 $ 8 8 a a 8 a a a S a a a it 8 a a a .8; :ti a a White River Valley Pomona grange win noia its annual meeting with Good Will grange Dec. 4. The morning session will be devoted to the business of the grange and conferring the fifth degree in form. Dinner will ; be served by Good Will grange. The afternoon session' will be open to the public and consists of the following pro- cram: Music, Harvest Home grange: address, G. C. Flint of Randolph, worthy deputy and ; steward of the Vermont state grange: vocal solo, Mrs. L. Bass, Bethel; address, Elbert Brnyhani, St. Albans, commissioner of agriculture; music, ladies' quartet, Good ill grange. Mr. and Mrs. Don arrar 01 Lyndon ville have been spending a part of the hunting season at the borne of las sis ter, Mrs. Dana Grow. Mrs. B. B. Goodale was called to Mont gomery last Wednesday by the critical illness of her lather, Mr. .Richardson. Mrs. Andrew Gould of Kandolph is spending a few days at the home of her son, D. F. Gould, ana also caning upon many old friends in town. Henry Brooks Has gone to isoston to spend the holidays witn triends. Miss Kate Jones ana Miss Ionian Kimball are spending a week at the letter's home in North Ferrisburg. - Miss Helen Flynn, teacher in the gram mar school, has gone to ner home in Cambridge for the vacation. Mrs. Harry Allen ot Kandolph was jn town Sunday and Monday. THANKSGIVING . jKirsday, Nov. 27 You all know that Thanksgiving comes on the above datein fact, for some time past you've been planning a menu that will please your guests. We've been working with you in this matter, and WfK, trip vpsnlr is that wp hnvp nn PYPPntinnnllv trnnA rii'--y stock of the many good things for the holiday din- Jg ner, and your company and' yourself are certain : Ji- io De sausnea. ueiow we quote i;ne lowest prices obtainable on first quality eatables. , , Ia mil j AZs&tte. " ffl Turkey Xative Vermont Turkeys, the best to be found in the country are raised in this state, and a choice lot of these American birds are at thia market for your selection. Weigh from 8 to 15 pounds, Fer pound 3Qc to 35c Chickens We are acquainted with the farmers in this Vi. duty who raise good plump Chickens, and this market prides itself on securing only those that will satisfy its customers in every way. Fer lb. ..,,. .... ,23c"i 25c E BETHEL Fowls Xative Fowls, good ones, in first-class condition,, at a less price, of course, , than Chickens. Lb., Jgg to 20c Ducks Naive Ducks, fancy stock, as fine as you ever ate. .Weigh Qj 3 to 6 lbs. Per lb. Geese Xative Geese, as carefully tc lectcd as all our other poultry from the eame farmers. Per lb. , 22c tttt'ttXttageeOSre'letlttie Mr. and Mrs. George I. Abbott are vis iting in Boston. Walter Martin shot a nne buck weigh- inff over 200 pounds last Friday. Mrs. William J. Toland has gone to visit her daughter at Simmons college in Boston. Special music is being arranged for the Catholic church dedication on Thanks giving morning. In the evening at upvnn nVhwk Ernest If. Kittridire will give an organ recital, followed by a ves- j JJ per service. Aim ejiiui uc urn Randolph choir, assisted by Misses Coan and O'ltonnell of St. Joseph's convent, Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Wr. R. Edmunds have re turned to their home in Rutland after a fortnight's visit at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Edwards. The Women's club met Monday even ing at the home of Mrs. John S. Kimball. There was a free discussion of household matters, the meeting being -devoted to domestic science. Mrs. C. F. Waldo read a paper on, "Some Domestic Problems of Our Foremothers." Mrs. Cora Bradley played and Mrs. Scoville sang. Colds Cause Headache and Grip. LAXATIVE BROMO QUIXIXE tableta remove cause. There is only one "BRO MO QUIXIXE." It has signature of E. W. GROVE on box. 25c. Advt. m Western Beef Western Beef, ac cut, per nn 18c to C Frime Roast cording to lb. Native Pork Fancy Roast Native Pork, loin or rib, your choice, . per nrt lb. at -..18c to Native Lamb Best Roasts Xative Lamb, Iofd or leg, your choice at, no sfetetslV per lb. 20c ni Pascal and Boston Celery, per bunch. ............. Igc Fancy Boston Head Lettuce, at .-10c Cape Cod Cranberries, per quart... 10c Radishesj fresh and crisp, per bunch Qc .Spanish ,Onions, per lb 5c Hubbard Squash, whole, per lb 3c "d 4c White Parsnips, per lb. Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs. for . Nice Turnips, per lb ... Eating Apples, per peck , , n -Pie Apples, per peck Large Malaga Grapes, two Jbs. for 5c k25c - 2c -45c -35c -25c We always observe this ancient custom in a modern way and you may have noticed from the above list, that we have a selected lot of everything in the line of choice meats and fresh green stuff. We advise you to place your or der early for a prompt delivery is thus assured from the market "Where Quality Counts.'.' TASSIE R OTHERS Tel. "Central" 64-VV