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"There's virtue in an old cravat," says . the poet.
That's all right, but it won't go these days. It's a smart
new cravat that a man likes to wear, and that draws forth
the approval of his associates.
' Every man counts on having his neckwear replen
ished at Christmas time.
Here are ties and scarfs that will be sure to please:
" j-
Four-in-Hands, Flowing Ends,
English Squares, etc., 25c, 50c up to $2.50
Neckwear variety has reached the climax here. The
wealth of colorings, weaves and patterns will satisfy ev- -ery
good taste imaginable. We have luxurious silks from ,
foreign looms made up to our liking by the best scarf
makers. We have also culled the best that the home
markets afford. .
Lamorey Clothing Co.
Yours for Better Things to Wear
The members of Daniel Lillie post,
No. 01, G. A. R., hold their annual meet
ing yesterday afternoon. Luncheon was
served by a committee from the Wom
an's Relief corps,, consisting of Miss Mae
I. Savage, Mrs. Lewis Wil-iams and Mrs.
T. Rix Williams.
Mrs. Cornelia Sheldon of Gaysvillc
came Saturday to spend the winter with
her daughter, Mrs. George A. Marsh.
George Remaiko slipped and fell heav
ily at the Woodbury Granite company's
quarry on Monday and broke his wrist.
The fracture was reduced by Dr. O. V.
Greene, He will be unable to work for
several weeks. '
George Holden's house was fumigated
yesterday. His daughter, Lottie,, a high
school senior, has recovered from diph
theria, and there has been no other case
in town.
Mrs. Susie Tuttle came Monday from
Maine to visit at F. W. Tuttle's.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Dcnsmore of
Concord, N. H.( have been visiting at
C. E. Claflin's.
A Montpelicr -party at the Bascorn
house yesterday was made up of II. M.
Farnham, R. C Cowdrey, Henry Gallison
and A. W. Crossett.
Mrs. F. B. Maxham's flock of 200
Rhode Island Red pullets are now laying
an average of five dozen eggs a day.
They go to the Lawrence, Mass., mar
ket. Julius Preston returned yesterday
from a week's visit in Boston and New
There's a Holiday
in every dainty orna
ment and sparkling
gem that you see dis
played in our holiday
stock of
Fine Jewelry
We extend our greetings to you and invite
you to come in and see the gift suggestions that
are solving Christmas problems for
We are glad to see you and to
tell you our prices any time.
M. L. Aiken
315 North Main Street
Barre, Vermont
Death of Harry A. Reed Followed Five
Months' Illness with Tuberculosis.
Harry A. Reed died at his home Satur
day, after a five months' illness with
tuberculosis. He was 30 years of age
and is survived by his wife, his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Reed; two brothers,
H. C. and W. C. Reed of this town, and
two sisters, Mrs. K. E. Udall of Melrose,
Mass., and Mrs. Cora iStokes of Brook
lyn, N. Y. He was a member of Minerva
lodge, No. 93, A. F. and A. M., Crystal
chapter, No. 9. O. E. S., and Woicott
camp, No. 10,150, M. W. of A. Funeral
services were held at the Congregational
church Tuesday afternoon, Rev. J. H.
Wills of Waterville officiating. The Ma
sonic burial service was used and the
Eastern Star and Woodmen attended in.
a body.
Miss Denton has concluded her labors
at I. H. Youngman's.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Goodrich of Hard
wick were guests at H. A. Parker's Sun
day. '
Bethany church will be dedicated the
first Sunday in January, and the an
nual roll-call will be held the Saturday
before. It has not yet been decided who
will preach the sermon at the dedication,
the church officials not yet having been
able to decide this.
Mrs. Martin, the mother of Mrs. Dora
Tredo, has sustained a slight shock of
paralysis, which affects her arm, causing
it to be nearly useless, and affecting her
heart also, which is giving her much suf
fering. Rev. and Mrs. O. 0. Howe and Wil
liam Hyzer of this place and Charles
Martin of Rochester left on Wednesday
for Lakeview, N. C. expecting to remain
there for the most part of the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Howo will go down to
Florida for a month's stay during the
Mrs. Etta Bvam came on Wednesday
from Bethel, where she has been for two
weeks with her brothers to visit her
sister, Mrs. Mary Kellogg, a few days
before going to her home in Montpelier.
Mrs. Bert Farnsworth went to Rox-
bury Wednesday to assist her father,
Stephen Butterfleid. in celebrating his
eighty-second birthday.
Dr. H. W. Holden, who has been in
Rutland several days with his mother,
Mrs. Horner, and also attended the meet
ing of the state grange, has returned
home and resumed business at his dental
Mrs. Arthur Slack and her daughter,
Gertrude Slack, left Wednesday for Bos
ton for a several days' stay with her
sister." ...
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rawlinson and son
left Wednesday for Concord, N. II., and
on Saturday of this week Mr. Rawlinson
will sail fron Boston for England, where
he goes to assume a business position.
The family will remain in this country
until he is permanently located before
joining him.
Mrs. Justin Moulton and her daughter,
Miss Mary Moulton, have closed their
house on School street, and they went
Wednesday to Mount Vernon, N. Y., to
pass the winter with another daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Lane, and family.
A Remarkable Step Forward
' in Oil Refining
Ture, clear castor oil, without taste or
smell, is a recent discovery of the house
of Spencer Kellogg & Sons, refiners of
vegetable oils.
The Kellogg mills take away the nau
seating taste, but remove none of the
good properties of castoir oil.
As Kelloggs Tasteless Castor Oil is
merely a purified castor oil, it works bet
ter than the evil-tasting, evil-smelling
dose of the past, and does not upset the
stomach. Children take it easily.
Kellogg's Tasteless Castor Oil has
been supplied to all druggists, not in
bulk, but in neat 2oc and 50c bottles. It
is necessary to ask for Kellogg's- by
name, to distinguish' it from disguised
castor oil, flavored with peppermint and
other strong essences. The trademarked
label bears a green castor leaf, with
the signature, Kellogg's.
Made only by Spencer Kellogg & Sons,
Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., refiners of vegetable
oils. Advt.
errv Christmas I
t Come to our Christmas spread! After i
t you have thought and thought, been all over
7 1 -f - a f 1 1 J T
i town ana looked at a thousand useless arti-
Mrs. Emmanuel Shepard and children
ft on Tuesday for West Peppcrill,
Mass., to join her husband, who has a
position there.
Ben Keed burned. one foot quite badly
recently by spilling some hot metal on
it while at work at the Lane, Pitkin
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Benjamin at
tended the state grange meeting at
Rutland last week.
The eliieken-pio dinner, given bv the
Lend a Hand society, was a decided suc
cess, the ladies cleared fllHi.
Regular grange meeting this week Fri
day. All are urged to be present as it is
election of officers.
The grange play, "A Country Doctor,"
was given on Saturday evening to a full
house, and was enjoyed by all, the parts
being well taken. Some $20 was taken
n, enough to finish paying for the piano
ind $10 over.
Mr, and Mrs. William Brown were
called to Northtleld on Saturday to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Ladd, a sister
of Mrs. Brown.
Decision Rendered in Wood Case of
State vs. Taft.
In the wood ease of state vs. C. C.
Taft, claiming short measure, Judge
Harvey yesterday rendered an opinion
that, although according to actual meas
urement the third of a cord supposed to
be delivered did not come up to stand
ard measure, there was no evidence that
Mr. j aft was deliberately selling short
measure, but tuat he used a system of
his own and made the price accordingly.
Therefore the respondent was dis
charged. ' '
Edrie Turner, Lawrence Ford and Ken
neth Tillotson are home from (Soddard
seminary for the Christmas vacation.
Mrs. O. M. .Tones and Miss Mildred
Jones were in Montpelier Saturday.
The ladies' aid presented "Parson
Poor's Donation Party," to a good-sized
audience last Saturday evening.
Mrs. Myra Allen has returned from
a several weeks' visit with relatives in
Barre and Northfield.
Mrs. Eleanor Cardell and Mrs. Sarah
Hall have closed their houses for the
winter and are boarding at H. W.
Mrs. Annie Long returned last week
from a three weeks' vISit at A. II,
in Boston.
Guy Richardson, who has been work
ing in Boston, 1ms returned home and is
working for Zed Royce.
Arthur Wissell has been ill with the
grippe, but nt present is convalescing.
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Hickey and Miss
Carrie Everett passed Sunday at Dr.
Howard's in Waitsfield.
Frank Parsons of Bethel was a visitor
in town last week.
for every woman in this city and vicinity.
THE LATEST NOVELTY in the form of
Buckles and other ornaments for Slippers
and Pumps. ,
We , wish to emphasize the fitness of
these for Christmas gifts. They may be fas
tened on to any Slipper and will not fail to
please the "yun lady friend." Rhinestone
set in cut steel, "Silverite etc., at $1.25,
$1.73, $2.00, $2.50.
. . A big assortment of colonial effects also,
r i irr l cm l
ai ouc uu a.ou.
The People's Shoe Store
C. S. Andrews, Prop., Barre, Vermont
MrW '' ai-j
John Elnhinstone, who has been ill
with tuberculosis for a long time, died
at his home here Monday evening. The
funeral was held Wednesday afternoon.
Donty Bardelli and Bimey Lameri
were home from Goddard seminary Sat
urday and Sunday.
George Stevenson was discharged from
the hospital Monday. His hand is im
proving. 9
I. 1L Carr has added a delivery wagon
to his grocery business.
The funeral of Mrs. Levi Bean was
held at her late home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith are stop
ping with his parents on South Main
street. They expect to remain here this
Joseph Wark is very low. His son,
Arthur, eauin home Monday.
Pearl Shiyton has moved his grocery
business to the new store in the Robie
The Hardwick academy, basketball
team defeated the Lamoille;' Central
academy Friday evening. Score, 47 to 10.
Helen, the seven-month-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs.- Peter Connolly, died
Tuesday of meningitis, after an illness
of only one day. Burial was in the Ber
lin Corner cemetery. Mr. Connolly is
chef at the Pavilion hotel. '
In probate court yesterday Clarence H.
Wheeler of Worcester filed his account
as guardian of Ida Gould of Worcester.
A petition brought by II. William Scott
of Barre, as guardian for Frank P.
Morse, is set for hearing Dec. 20. This
petition is to have Mr'. Morse committed
to the state hospital for the insane,
where he is confined pending a hearing.
In naturalization court yesterday,
Robert Mathieson Cruden. a native of i
Scotland and resident of Montpelier, was
granted a second paper and ten others,
Goodman Aron, (Russia) Montpelier)
George Davidson Emslie, (Scotland)
Montpelier; Alexander McRae, (Scot-J
land) UopsJiam. Joseph Bean, (Canada)
Plainfield; William Rudd, (England)
Barre lownj Carl Arvid Carlson, (Swed
en) Moretown: lona Carr, (Russia)
Montpelier; . Pietro Coletti, (Italy)
Montpelier, Oskar Olsen. (Norway)
Montpelier; Paolo Predellia, (Italy)
Groton, were given first papers.
. Our line of Men's Slippers is the finest assort- 5
ment you can find anywhere. You'll find our prices
very reasonable, tool
Slippers in Tan and Black Kid Skin, velvet em-
bossed. Opera or Everett shape, Nullifiers, Romeos,
Slippers are now -alwavs have been and ahvays t
X will be the ideal Christmas gift for a man!
j The Tilden Shoe Comp any
"The House of Better Shoes"
Aldrich Building , Barre, Vt. J
For the Whole Family
The kind that they will appreciate
A Few Suggestions
Mrs. H. E.
Here's a Useful Clock
for Every Home The
Davis 8-Day Alarm
devotes five minutes vny morning to
retting you up on time (unlera you
throw the 'off" witch, and serves
u a handsome and reliable timekeeper
for your family the rent of the day.
Doesn't this new feature appeal to
yoa T More than that the springs are
encased in brass barrels like a watcb-
result, even tension when winding. A
steel dust cap, patented, protects the
The DAVIS 8-day alarm is richly fin
ished in nickel and stands 7 inehes
high. Its good looks and good works
cannot fail to please you.
That's wliy we cheerfully arree to re
fund your money if the Davis clock
does not rive satisfactory results after
two weeks' truiL
Send us S2.60 and we will forward
this reliable time-keeper postpaid.
BROOKLYN, N. T. Station "L"
Lewis of Vereennes f ell
Down Stairs.
Vrrpcnnos, IVc. 18. Mrs. H. S. Lewis
fell down the cellar stairs at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. Everest Tuesday
nifrlit and was instantly killed. t
Mrs. Lewis was puttfiii? away some
articles on a shelf in the stairway and
lost her balance. She fell to the bottom
and struck her head on a vinegar barrel,
crushing her skull.
Mrs. Jwis was the daufibtpr of Judge
and Mrs. John E. Roberts and was in her
.Kith year. 8he was a communicant at
.St. Paul's and secretary of the Ver
penne8 Improvement society, a woman
'that will be missed.
i Her husband died some years ago and
there are no children. , .
Not an Isolated Case
Many Similar Cases in Barre and
This Barre . woman's story
given here is not an isolated case
by any means ; week after week,
year after year, our neighbors
are telling similar good news.
Mrs. N. M. Nelson, 20 Mer:
chant St., Barre, Vt., says: "A
severe attack of la grippe left
my kidneys weak and instead of
getting better, I became worse.
The slightest housework tired
me, and if I was on my5- feet for
an hour or so. sharp pains across
my back made me stop and rest.
I paid out over one hundred dol
lars for doctors' treatment and
medicine, but got no relief and
finally became discouraged.
Doan's Kidney Pills were then
brought to my attention and I
used them. They removed the
trouble and I have never been
without a supply on hand since."
For sale by all dealers. Price,
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents
for the United States. 1
Rerwember the name Doan's
and take no other.
O. II. Smith, left for Boston Tuesday
The rendition of Little Lord Faunt
leroy by Lucile Adams at Pythian hall
last Friday evening was much enjoyed
by all present. Miss Adams haB a very
pleasing jiersonality and rendered this
charming little play very effectively.
Mrs. Fred Martin of Randolph was
the puest of Mrs. A. T. Davis recently.
Last Monday was a record-breaker
for the number of money orders issued
at our postoffiee, the number reaching
S. Swerdfeper and wife went to Lis
bon, N. II., Tuesday on a short business
Mrs. C. IJyt'hapin left Tuesday morn
ing for Xew Jersey to visit Mr. Chapin's
mother, who is critically ill.
II. A. Wilson sold at public auction
his personal property last Monday.
Miss Goldie Tebbetts was received into
the local order of Pythian Sisters last
Saturday night. The nomination of offi
cers was also made.
Mr, and Mrs. K. II. Saxby, master
and lecturer of the local grange, returned
last Thursday from Rutland, where they
attended the state grange, and report
a very profitable meeting.
The last choir rehearsal for the Christ
mas music will be Friday evening at
E. L. Spencer's. AH singers are espe
cially requested to be present.
Attention is railed to the placards is
sued bv the government and placed in
all postoflices, to the effeiA that Christ
mas packages should be securely
wrapped and plainly addressed, bearing
also the name and address of the send
er, and mailed early to avoid the Christ
mas rush which will be greatly increased
this year owing to parcel post. The
public is also requested to mail their
packages earlv in the day instead of
waiting until just time for the last mail.
Our local office will be open 15 minutes
earlier in the morning to accommodate
those wishing to send parcels on the
first mail and the receiving window will
be closed at 3:30 p. m. to render pos
sible the dispatch of the last mail. Come
early and kindly refrain from bringing
packages at just mail time.
Don't overlook the receptacles for
Christmas charity which have been
placed in the stores and public places.
Help to send Christmas cheer into dark
ened homes.
Christmas will be observed with ap
propriate exercises in Pythian hall on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 24. The pro
gram will consist of the piny. "Little
Jack's Christmas," bv the children, and
will include recitations and muste by
voung and old. A very cordial invita
tion is extended to everyone.
A "Magee" Range or Heater
will make a splendid gift
Telephone 29 .Barre, Vermont
Along with our big closing-out sale which has
been on for the past month and which has been a
complete success, we are going to give the public the
advantage of buying many useful and pretty Christ
mas notions and necessities below cost. Our reason
for doing this is because we had the goods on the
road when the sale started, and in order to close out
this stock we are going to salvage the prices on all
articles at below the actual cost and in return give
Christmas buyers their greatest opportunity in years.
You will do well if you come and buy early, before
everything is picked over We will be pleased to
show you if you will give us the chance.
New York Bargain House, Inc.
100 No. Main St., Barre, Vt
Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings
Special Orders for Furniture
, Trlephsnt Connections :
Mr. Psrry. 42S-J
Funeral of Henry Edwards Was
Yesterday Afternoon.
The funeral of Ilenry Edwards wns
held from the Congregational church yes
terday afternoon. Rev. V. L. Boicourt
officiated. "Nearer, My Ood, to Thee"
and "Jesus. Favior, Pilot Me" were sung
by Miss Welthy Uoeker, and other
hymns were softly played by Mrs. Pal
mer. The bearers were Cassius Oibbs.
William Hamel, Merton Patterson. Rob
ert Faunee, Iromv Lovely and Emery
LaBclle, all members of Iroquois camp,
M. W. A. This camp had charge of
the serrice at the grave, under the lead
ership of B. A. LaBelle, counsel. The
widow receives $2,000 from the Wood
men. The burial was in the village
cemetery. Reports of the illness of the
little child of Mrs. Edwards and other,
members of the family with typhoid
fever are exaggerated.
To the Purchasing Public of Barre and Vicinity
You have seen that the merchants and members of other associations have a aet
tocether meeting: occasionally for their mutual benefit. Let us, the working men of
this city, follow their exhmrle by doing; our best to boost the union label. Just think
of the material arivni'tae v.t will have rained for the working men and women of
the varioos trades that use the lnbel, if we are united in making the demand. Union
made ffoods may be had at the following stores:
rpyr T TT XT QtI"TJ' fC hsve complete line of men's, women's and. chil
li -Li JL Hi ullUtl jJ. dren's boot and shoes, the product of 16 different
shoe factories to select from, at prices to please every one. Look for the union label.
r CinTtW JP IiWlAIG have Leopold Morse's clothing, also pants, shoes,
iUUUIvri 4X "JlIJilO hatg. underwear, overalls and frocks. Please look
for the label.
sole or inner sole.
T"T,TTXT 4 rVf the Its linn shoe store, has a good line of union-
umvuiaiu made boots and shoes. Look for the label
on the
T A HtADPV ffk have the followin-r in stock: Suit and overcoats, pants.
liniHUlVU X hats and caps, shirts, underwear, shoes, overalls, neck.
wear, gloves, suspenders and hosiery. Please insist on seeing the label before buying.
rfTTl TCir fVnV CJfT have union-made clothing, overalls, and caps,
XII Hi AUUVlCilVl Oil VVX wl,j, tne label, and are at present negotiat
ing with several furnishing houses so that they may have complete line of men's
garments in the near future.
this city are all organized, so all bread made
Mty is union made. t'l-ae patronise th fol
lowing stores for good bread: Ladd A Co., My Bakery, City Bakery, and the
Italian Bakeries.
The smokers of this city are requested by the C. L. tJ. to use their ben endeavors
to further the interests of the Cigar Makers' and Tobacco Workers' Unions, by buying
nothing but union-made cigars aad tobaccos. Ihe unions ana not abi to give
costly premiums. ' -
This list will be changed from time to time. Look for this space.
.'Respectfully your,
UNION LABEL COMMITTEE of C. L. V. of Earre and Vicinity.

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