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THE UAKKE DAILY TIMES, BARRJ5, V.T., MONDAY, JUNE 22, 19U.
M L'i .7 arre uo. Retirement Sale will only last a few days' longer. The reductions are greater than ever. Every garment, every arti cle must be sold. 2 Suits for the 3 Shirts for the Price of 1 Price of 1 Money talks and talks mighty loud at this sale STOCK IS GOING FAST GET BUSY Barre Clothing Store 171 No. Main St., Next Door to Dreamland Theatre Ice Cream Freezers f Buy The White Mountain Costs no more; makes ice cream faster than any other Freezer made; Why? Because it has a triple motion which no other Freezer has. Try one and be convinced. Get our prices before buying, at THE N. D. PHELPS COMPANY Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont Special Sale This Week -ON - Baibriggan Underwear! ' A 25c piece of Underwear, together with a pair of 15c Hose, for only 29c. Next week we will hold a sale on All America Low Shoes. All Shoes from $2.25 to $4.50 will be sold for $1.99. AMERICAN CLOTHING CO. 255 North Main Street You Can Always Do Better at n vnurn CAurhiiyia iiunu i nun uiowniibiv f Drown's Drug Store ! t Trading at Drown's Getting exactly' what 'you want. t Buying at Drown's Saving the most money. X Phoning to Drown's Quick and free delivery. X Trusting Drown's Your absolute satisfaction. X How to Permanently Clear, up a Bad Complexion A PALE, tallow," pimply tkin is often due , to congested condition!. Cleansing out II the poisonous lecretioiu from the bowels, purine the blood and tenet up the whole tjrttem. ' - J Thit it eatily done. A tmall dote of Kellogg's Tasteless Castor Oil taken once in while, will free your body of thete impurities which are to dangerous to health. It will clear your complexion, brighten your eyet, and give the glow of health to the skin. Q You will have no trouble taking Kellogg's because it it Tasteless and Odorless cr- ij li "'O (Italalfentana) Ilkiutnlilnhulk, but In 25c and 50c battltt, btmring the sfrnoture KtlfoUV 3 It b Just the Bur oil of the castor bean, with th old offensive taste eene. Ask for KelloaVs Tasteless Castor Oil. Take it occasionally for your health's sake. The RUSSELL'S Red Cross Pharmacy WAITS FIELD BERLIN t t e t Try These Things Right Away STRAW HAT CLEANER Clean up that old straw hat, save the cost of a new one. This Cleaner cleans 10c. WHITE SHOE CLEANER Easy to use. When applied makes white shoes look like new. 25c. New Kodaks At $6 to $65 Brownies At$l to $12 Real Kodaks at Have you seen the new Junior Kodaks? almost Brownie prices. . We do developing and printing. Let us do yours. X SMOOTH AS VELVET ICE CREAM at our fountain I three flavors, Vanilla, Caramel, Strawberry. Do you know ahMi Pliorrv ATplha ? Tt's rpnllv Heliimic Ws kmm nUnttr T of seating room for all and efficient clerks to wait upon you. Phone us your wants for anything in the store. Goods delivered to any part of the city. t x Drown's Drug Store 4S NORTH MAIN STREET PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture PWSlt CKDEBTAKEB? AKD LICENSED EHBALMERS Telephone Cennectienti Mr. Psrrr. 41S-I DEPOT SO, BARR1 Ksor.su. 4JS-1 Air. Feda White Esmond went Satur day to Providence, H. I., for a visit. Mrs. Kobcrt Lincoln and her four chil dren went yesterday to their former home at Red Beach, Sle., after a 14 months' residence here. Mr. Lincoln, Hill work here a few week before joining his family. Mrs. Walter Sheldon and child of Bris tol are guests at Pearl Bowen'a. Mrs. Joseph Lorette and Ron went ou Saturday to visit at Liverniore Falls, Me. , 1 . J. Carroll Carey, who went from here three weeks ago, lately .broke a leg in, a baseball game at Madison, Mo. His wife went Saturday to Cooper's Mills, Me., to see him. Alfred D. Abbott learned Saturday of the'dcath that morning at her home in Rutland of his mother, Mrs. Frances (Ronndy) Abbott, in her 74th year. She was ill only two or three days. Serviced were held yesterday in Rutland, and in terment was made this afternoon in Mt. Pleasant cemetery, Stockbridge. beside the body of her husband, Daniel F. Ab bott, much of their married life having been spent in that town. The late Har vey J. ' Round y of South Royalton wasi her brother. She is survived besides A. 1). Abbott by three children, Edward H. Abbott of Rochester, Lindell E. Abbott and Mrs. Harley Williams of Rutland. The deceased lady had many warm friends in this and adjoining towns. Ernest E. Hanna and four or five other ! men had an eight hours job Saturday putting on a one and a half inch manilla transmission rope at the steam plant of the uaysville Electric Light 4, Powe company here. This takes the place of one and a fourth inch rope put on last August which did poor serv ice, Such a rope as was put on Saturday ought to last four or five years. The rope is about 2,180 feet long. Bethel s reorganiled and rejuvenates town baseball team had little trouble in its first game of the season Saturday in shutting out Randolph, 5 to 0, on Gra ham field in more or less of a gale and sandstorm. The visitors complained somewhat of the rough field and other things but their worst grievance wa Fred Button's pitching, which after 15 years proof is as good as ever and which allowed the visitors to reach second base a few times, but to go no farther. The excellent infield work of Lawless, Aikens, Noble and Emery and good hitting by the locals in the hrst ana third innings were enough to make the victory em phatie. Beginning with the fourth in ning. Baird, Randolph's pitcher, was quite effective, allowing no more hits and striking out nearly half the men who faced him. Even in the first inning he did a pretty stunt when, with one out and the bases full after two had scored, he struck out Rogers and Dutton. More over, Baird was about the only Randolph player whom Button's pitching did not seriously puzzle. Noble, Bethel's first man up. scored on a base on balls', it steal, Corbett's hit and an error. Cor bett scored on a hit, a stolen base and the same error. In the third, Burrell hit safely, took second on a passed ball, third on a single by Lawless and scored on an error. Lawless hit safely and Emery, running for him, took second on an error and scored on Dutton's two bagger, the long hit of the game, which would have been a home run but for a ground rule. Stewart got his base on an error, took third on Button's long hit and scored on a passed ball. There whs little work for the local outfielders, Corbctt getting Bonahue's long fly to center, the outfielders' onlv chance. Sam Wheeler, as usual, made a good umpire. The friends of Mrs. F. L. Martin have learned that she sustained a fracture of the large bone of her right wrist last Wednesday by falling down stairs at the borne, of a sister in Weston, Mass., where she has been visiting about two weeks. The fracture was reduced at the Relief hospital in Boston and she is making good progress toward recovery. Her re turn homo will be delayed somewhat in order to continue the name treatment. Mrs. Martin believes that she narrowly escaped more .Rorious injury. Elmer Sturk. a high school student and member of the victorious baseball team of the present season, became se riously ill while at work in the highway commissioner's squad Saturday, with some acute disorder of the bowels. last evening it was expected that be would be taken to-day to the hospital at Han over, Is. H., for treatment. Rev. W. .T. Atkinson of Derry. X. IT., spoke at the Lympus church yesterday morning and at the Third church last evening, in the interest of the Methodist board of Sundnv schools. , j Rev. Rolert W. McClure began his pas- i torate yesterday at the Congregational church, preaching morning and evening to well pleased audiences. Miss Florence Berry of Norwich is visitng relatives in town. f . - " Mrs." Williams of Bridport is visiting her son, Principal Williams. Miss Marion Niell is acting as clerk in W. E. Jones' store. , ' Mr. and Mr. Wallace M. Howe spent Friday and Saturday in Waterbury and Stowe. , Mr. and Mrs. Perry Joslin spent sev eral days in Montpelier last week. Miss Gertrude Bisbee, who has been confined to her home by illness the past week, is able to lie out. - Miss Mary tJuptu ot Waterbury is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. H. Jones. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Itemele spent Friday in Waterbury. Harold Wallis is home from U. V. M. for the summer.. Rev. W. A. Remele officiated at the funeral of Mrs. Bragg in Warren on Thursday. v ' The south school enjoyed a ride to East Warren, "Warren and Waitsfleld on Thursday afternoon. ' -. The north school held a picnic in the pine grove on the old Griffith place on Friday afternoon. - v Mr. and Mrs. Harve Waite, Harve Mc Allister, Mrs. James Irving, Oscar Eaton and Orvill Eaton were in Warren on Thursday. . .; The Mad River Cow Testing associa tion has issued a summary of the prod ucts of the herds with the list of cows, the total pounds of milk, of butter, the cost of feed, the cost of butter per pound and the profit of each cow. The officers are: President, E. H. Jones; vice presi dent, W. C. Joslvn; secretary and treas urer, V. C. Pierce, all of Waitsfield. The directors. P". B. Daniels, Warren; J. C. riisbee. Moretown; F. F. Wilder, Waits-! Held; official tester, W, fc. Bkknell, Un derbill Center. ! The following table gives the names j and records of the Mad River Valley Cow Testing association which have pro duced the greatest amount of butter fat during the period of 30 day ending June 1, 1914. Owner of tow, name of cow, breed of cow, pounds milk, per cent of fat, pounds butter fat: D. A. Kneeland, 1, 5, 7, 9, 13; Jersey, Grade Jersey, Grade Jersev, Jersey, Grade Jersey; 705, 018, 840, 810. A3!); 5.7, 4.5, 5. 5.8, 4.5; 40.1, 41.3. 42.3, 4.9, 42.2; A. P. Bigelow. 6, 7, H: Grade Holsteins; 1.431, il.lf), 1002; 2.3, 4.2, 4; 45.7, 40, 40.R; W. C. Joslvn, 6, 8; Holsteins; 1404, 1452; 3.4. 3.4; 47.7, 49.3; Ban McLaughlin, 5, Grade Holstein, 030, 4.3, 40; G. M. Jones, 7, 4!. Jerseys, 888, 5.3, 47; 813, 55, 5.5. 44.fi; V. C. Prcrce, 5, Jersey, 852, 5.1. 43.2; Wentworth Bick nell, official tester; V, C. Pierce, secre tary. . Valuable Advice Barre Citizens Should Profit by the Following Statement. Dean's Kidney Pills were used by this Barre resident. Their merit was shown the story told. - Now comes further evidence. The testimony is confirmed.. The remedy was tested the results lasted. Could Barre residents demand stronger proof ? It's Barre testimony. It can be investigated. Mrs. William Stephens, 78 Maple avenue, Barre, Vt, says: "We have not used Doan's Kid ney Pills for some time, as the cure they made some years ago has proven permanent. You may continue publishing my statement as heretofore. For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. The Finest Rose Garden in America. In the July Woman's Home Compan ion Frank A. Waugh, the well known horticulturist, writes an artjele entitled "The Queen of the Garden," in which he tells how to grow roses. In the course of his article appears the following pas sage telling about the finest rose garden in all America: "In Hartford, Conn., there is a magni ficent public rose garden.. It is probably the finest rose garden in America, and almost certainly tho best one . outside the Pacific coast states, where rose really grow. Here the most expert care is available, and here the expense, .which would be too much for the private fam ily, is negligible when distributed to all the taxpayers of the big city. And so the rose garden in Elizabeth park 'is one of the glories of Hartford, and the citi zens go out by thousands and thousands J T J r . , rveiji utty in ,iune aim .iuiy to enjoy their roses, and visitors come from hun dreds of miles around from all neighbor ing cities and states to see this splendid display. "Chicago has a very beautiful public rose garden in Humboldt park; Minne apolis has a newer and wholly success ful municipal rose garden in Lyndale park, and there are several others of only less renown." MARSHFIELD RANDOLPH Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thresher o! Melrose Highlands have ceome for a visit in town and are now at the home of Mrs. Thresh er's father, Lvman Hatuchinson, on Randolph avenue. Miss Mildred Puller has returned from Brooklield whcTe She has been teaching for several weeks and is with her sister, Mrs. W. K. Sargent. Dr. Charles Cushman has arrived from Chicago to visit his mother. Mrs. G. E. Cushman, and will,-with his sifter, Mrs. r.,A. Eaton, attend the commencement at ttartmouth college this week. H. U. Howard, who went to the sana torium last week for an operation on the stomach, is now in a cntwa! condition there and it is thought wlil not rally. Miss Myrtlo Rogers rteurned Sat urday after teaching in Pittsfield for the past year and is to pass her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rogers. Mrs. Don Moore of Slmron lias come for a several days' vlst with her father, O. J. Marcott, at the home on School street. Another case of diphtheria has devel oped on School street, in the house of Charles Burridge, which is now occupied by Frank Sargent who is employed in the foundry c-f the Sargent, Osgood & Roundy firm, this case being the oldest boy about 13 years of age. While the case is not considered serious, it is a well developed case of the disease, and tiie house is in quarantine. Miss Hazel Hodgkins. who has been in Rochester for the last eight weeks with her sister, Mrs. Lewis Curt is. has re turned home, and her grandmother, Mrs. Nichols, also came from there on Satur day for a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. G. Hodgkins, of this place. 1 The district meeeting of the, Montpe lier branch of the Methodist association will be held here on Tuesday and Wed nesday, June 30 and July 1, at the Methodist chuhch. Rev. Eraser Mctnrer went to Middle- bury on Sunday nicht to sneak before the Christian Association of Middle bury college and from there will journey to Freehold, N. Y-, to join Mrs. Metzcer and the boys, to remain the balance of the month. MONTPELIER The annual memorial address before the Knights of Pythias was delivered yesterday afternoon in Castle hall by ex-Mayor James H. Estee, and the me morial service of the Odd Fellows was held in their hall, with an address by Rev. Albert H. Spence, jr. three carloads of road oil have al ready been put upon the streets here and a fourth car has been ordered to complete the work, which proves most satisfactory. John tnrlson of Graniteville and Mark Burke of Woodbury were in city court yesterday on Charges of intoxication. Carlson was fined $5 and costs and sen tenced to 30 days in jail, having been released from there only last Thursday. Burke was fined $5 and costs, which he ould not pay, and therefore -was sen tenced to serve the alternative of 20 days in jail. Rev. W. E. Newton, a former pastor of the Methodist church, was a visitor in town Friday. is. It, Kelly of Woodstock representa;- tive of the-Vermont and New Hamp shire Independent Telephone association, was in town Thursday and Friday so liciting advertisements for n new tele phone directory. Schools in town closed Friday. Tn the intermediate department, taught by Miss Jean Fellows, tho pupils hcving no absent marks were EdwjirJ Bliss and Flora Sulham. Frederick Cu'-penter, Al bert Rosebrook and George Davit. mi.sed but one half day each. Edward Bliss, Dorothy Ormsbce and Forest lfav.es re ceived the most rewards of merit during the year. Mrs. M. K. Beckley of Croton, who has recently umlergnn no oK'ration in the Hanover hospital, is stopping at Abel Ueckley's for a few days. The commencement exeroixe of the Marshfield high school took plaee Thiiis day evening in Pythian hall. The lull was tastefully decorated in tiie chins colors and the following program wa-t rendered in a very creditabh manner: Music, orchestra invocation. Rev. C. H. Chapin; essay illustrated by lantern slides; "Inect Encmeies of Vermont's Fruit and Shade Trees." If. Kingston Chapin; comot solo. '"The Rosary'" Ar- hie K. Saxby; reading, "Tho Editors Guests" (Carlton), Edna St. John-, in strumental solo, "Secret of th-.t Flowers." Mabel Henderson, junior recitation, se lected, John V. Fawes; vocal solo. "The Mighty Deep," 11. Kingston C'mpin; reading, "Home" (Carlton), Mtbd L. Henderson; instrumental t;olo, "Lily of the Valley." Pearl V. W-H-t; c.-sny, "Some of Vermont's Common Birds." Ar cliie R. Saxby; reading. "Farewell," Ed na St. John, presentation of diplomas, Supt. J. M. Tobbects. A class of eleven young people grad uated from the grammar school Friday evening with a program a follows: "In vocation, Rev. C. H. Chapin; "The Ris ing,' of 177ti," Harold E. Saxby; " I h? Bridge Keeper's Story," Zenith' M. Be mis; "Behind Time." Stanley 11. Lyndes; "The Day is Done," Ioli 'if. Tait; "A Husband's Experience in Cooking,'' Mvtle R. Buxton; "Kentucky Belle," "Marporie L. Lambertson; "Nathan's Flat." Rovee S. Pitkin; "The l'salm of Life," Imuis A. Bliss; "The Engineer's Slorv," Charles D. Brown; "The Light on Dead Man's Bar." Gladys Newton; "The Re morseful Cakes," ilarlie C. Folsom. The program was lilierally interspfrsed with music and the class did credit to them selves, their parents and their teacher. The alumni banquet at the ehwe of the exneises Thursday evening was a very pleasant feature and successfully caried out. The principal, Mrs. Saxby, members of the graduating class and all but two of last year's class were pr-s- ent. The Pythian Dramatic club presented "The Flowing Bowl" at Danville Friday evening, anu report a urn House ami n fine time. The "Squaw Man." The "Squaw Mann," Edwin Royle's potent dramatic success with Diistin Farnum in the role of the "Squaw Man" in motion pictures, is announced as tho attraction at the pavilion soon. If this play was successful as a drama one can imagine without a great strain on their intelligence just how thrilling it should be with all the advantages the motion picture camera offers. The or iginal play was in four acts and four scenes, while the motion picture drama is in two hundred and sixty-four scenes and required a east of one hundred and twenty-seven people. The "Sqiiiiw Man" was produced by the Jesse L. La sky Feature Play com pany of New York and staged by Cecil 11. DeMille the brilliant playwright, who, with David lielasco, was resnonsible for several of the stage's greatest successes. 1 he first two reels of the picture were nade at Shedham, England, just out side of London. The third and fourth! reels were taken in lower California at the Lasky studios, while the two final eels were made with the entire com- TO SAVE EYES IS THE OBJECT OF THIS FREE PRE SCRIPTIONTRY IT IF YOUR EYES 0JVE YOU TROUBLE Thousands of people suffer, from eye trou ble, because they do not know 'what to do. They know some good home remidy for every other minor ailment, but none for their eye trouble. They neglect their eye, because the trouble is not' sufficient to drive them to an eye specialist, who would, anyway, charge them a heavy fee. .As a last resort they go to an optician or to the five and ten-cent store, ahJ oftentimes 6et glosses thst they do not need, or which, after being- used two or three months, do then- eyes more injury than good. Here is a simple prescription that everyone should use : . 8 grains Optona (1 tablet) 2 ounces water Use three or four times day to bathe the eyes. This prescription ana tne simple Up tons system keeps the eyes clean, sharpens the vision and quickly overcomes inflammation and irritation; weak, watery, overworked. tired eyes and other similar troubles are greatly benefited and oftentimes cured by its ue. Many reports show that wearers of glasses have discarded them after a few weeks' use. It ia good for the eyes and contains no ingredient which would injure the most sen sitive eyes of an infant or the aged. Any druggist can fill this prescription promptly. Try it anj know for once what real ey eom- fcrt is. pany, number six score of artists on. route from Lasml, I tah to Green River, Wyoming, thJ company traveling hun I dreds of miles, and traveling deep ra vines, giant mountain ranges and fold ing numerous streams. This traveling for local color was nec essary, owing to the contract between Mr. Lasky and the au'thor of the "Squaw Man "' who, when he agreed to allow Mr. Lasky to produce his play in film, stipulated in the contract that the film must be made in 4he exact locale of the play and Mr. Lasky, in order to car ry out this portion of the agreement, sent the company into the Middlewest, here they remained for eleven weeks while the production was being made. Many niagninVient scenic spectacles occur in tiie "Squaw Man." The cast was made up of men and women drawn from the native population of the min ing camps throughout Colorado, Utah. and Wyoming, and are exact types of the characters Mr. Royle had in mind when writing the play. Advt. !& ex ma& - . . m-rK v i(- y " " J. . '1 F&Z&fc1 jpfJ I 'V-lT 'ii 4 v. RING STOLEN FROM HER TOE. WILLIAMSTOWN Lost A pair of gold bowed glasses in case, between J. M. Beckett a house and grange ball. Name of C. H. Magoon on case. Finder return to postoflicc. A BAD BED SORE HEALED WITH COMFORT POWDER Melancholy Women Women should understand that mel ancholy, commonly called the. "blues," is in nine times out of ten a pure symptom of some organic derangement which should have attention. For nearly forty years, Lydia E. Pinkahm's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for such conditions, as proved by many testi monials which we are constantly pub lishing from women who have been re stored to health by its use. Advt. Oklahoma Woman Relieved of it White in Sleeping Car. St. lxmis. June 22. Dr. Eugene W. Dixon of Oklahoma City, who is en route to Boston with his wife, reported to the police Saturday that Mrs. Dixon had lost a diamond ring in a sleeping car berth occupied by them on a Frisco train. Mrs. Dixon told detectives reluctantly that she had worn the ring on one of her toes to guard against robbery. She did not know when it was removed or dropped from the toe. She missed it in the morning. Search of the berth and questioning of the crew of the car fniled to reveal the ring. The diamond in it weighed ore and one-sixteenth carats. Dr. Dixon said. The detectives reported that in their be lief the ring was stolen some time in the night. A complete electric lighting plant, with a Hyray Battery, gives you electric light any time you wish hV The Barre Electric Company 135 North Main St, Whelock Block, Telephone 98-W STRIKES GOLD IN "LAST PAN." GRANITEVILLE. Store. 42S-1 Mr. F.rry. 42S-I Mr. M. E. Barlow, a trained nurse, of At-1 - . lanta, Ga., says: "I had a patient with Quarterly meeting of Court Rob Hoy, a very bad nea sore. 1 usea tomion ',-o. n, iiiesuay. dune 23, at 7:3U sharp. Powder and it was just what I needed to Election of officers and other important heal it. There is nothing equals Com- business. .Social hour after the meeting, fort Powder. in the sick-room." Advt. J. J. Sullivan, financial secretary. Prospector Was About to Abandon the Claim When He Finds a Pocket. Baker, Ore., June 22. Charles Bur gess, an aged pioneer prospector of Ba ker county, has cortie in from the hills near Pine Creek with a pocketful of beautiful nuggets which he took from a claim which he has worked for two years. Hurgess lias at odd times taken con siderable gold from the claim, but had decided to quit. When he arrived here on (Saturday, he told his story. "Oie more paniui: tie said late one day last week. In the pan was one nug get worth .fl; and two more worth $" each. He had struck a pocket. The claim is now being worked by himself and two assistants. Vulcanizing Neatly Done f All work guaranteed. Have your tires repaired the factory way. Auto for hire. . James Hastings, 380 North Main Street Tel. 24-2 Barre, Vermont jl RHEUMA STOPS ALL PAIN The most obstinate cases of rheuma tism quickly give way to Rheuma, which is sold by the Red Cross Pharmacy for 50 cents. It drives out the excess of uric acid, puirfios the blood, and restores the kidneys, liver and bowels to natural working order. One dose daily acts on the painful muscles and joints more readily than any other known remedy. Try it and be convinced. Advt. Painters' and Paperhangers' Supplies Bay State Liquid Paints Matheson White Lead Oils Shellacs Varnishes Kalsomine Paste Wall Paper Room Moulding and Brushes. If we haven't what you wish, we will try to get it for you. A. V. BECKLEY Over Drown's Drug Store N. E. Telephone 31-11 46 North Main Street