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THE BAIIUK DAILY TIMES, HARRIS, VT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914.
1 The Lamorey Clothing Go., at 158 ftorth Main St., Barre, closes its doors tonight by order of the Merchants' Publicity Co., the "Square Deal" sale conductors, who are arranging and marking down this mammoth $28,000.00 stock of high grade merchandise for one of the boldest, niost heart-rending, price-cutting Sweeping Out Sales Ever Held in the Green Mountain State. This Sale Opens on Friday, July 24th at 9 A. M. It's dollars and cents in the pockets of every man to watch and wait for this great slaughter ing, legitimate clothing sale. Watch Thursday's Times for Full Page Advertise ment of This Great Sale RANDOLPH Large Numbers of Speakers Engaged for Veterans Reunion. The management of the reunion of the veterans of Orange, Washington, ami Windsor counties have nearly completed their arrangements for tho coming oc casion, and the following speakers have been engaged: Allen M. Fletcher, gov ernor: James 15. KHtee of Montpelier, speaker of the dayj Charles A. Prouty, director of values, interstate commerce commission! VV P. Dillingham, United States Senator; Col, Kdward Baker, de partment commander, G. A. R.i Col. Thomas Hannon, superintendent soldiers' homo; Zed Stanton, judge of auperior court; Rev. Fraser Sletzger, S. E. Pin- gree, Hugh Henry, Capt. Horace French, Limit. Wallace Butcheluer, Spanish American war veteran; Capt. George YV. Kridgman and Col. George I.. Brighan, li vision superintendent of the Sons of Veterans. I he Green .Mountain baud will furnish music, and there will be an old time war drum corps, including Com rade Davenport, "lhe Drummer Boy of '61." .The Relief Corps ladies will serve a dinner, after which the company will marcn 10 tno viaii Alumni field, where L. B. Johnson will give the address of welcome, and the program proper will follow. A large attendance is expected. r WEBSTERVTLLE. Quarryworkers, attention! There will be a summons meeting of branch No. 12, Q. W. I. U. of K. A.. Wednesday evening, July 22, at 7:30 o'clock, in Gilbert's hall, upper Graniteville. As there is business of great importance to come before this meeting, it is necessary that all members be present. P. J. Finnigan, secretary. EAST CALAIS BACK IN TERRIBLE CONDITION HEALED BY COMFORT POWDER Miss Maggie McGee, a nurse, of Fort Smith, Ark., says: "I was called on a fever case after the patient bad been in bed six weeks and bis back in a terrible, sore condition ; but I used Comfort Pow der, and it quickly healed the sores." For all skin soreness, nothing equals Comfort Powder. Advt. Reliance Line BLOWER ENSILAGE CUTTER and ENGINE Complete with ( H. P. Gasoline Engine (and a food one) for 1250 and a 25-ft. Belt thrown in for rood nteaaure. Headquarter for Hay Presses, Threshing Machines, Windmills, Silos and Silo Filling Machinery Gasoline Engines For All Tarpoeea Write as for Catalog- D or pee C. E. Searles, our aeneral agent t Barre, or J. L. Arklejr, Barre. Brackett Shaw & Lunt Co. Sonenworth, N. H. Beaton, Mat. Funeral of Mrs. Jane Dwinell, Widow of Senator Dwinell. The funeral of Mrs. Jane (Tabor) Dwinell, a long-time and respected citi zen of Calais, was held in Union church Monday, July 20, at 1 o'clock p. m., Rev. C. C. Connor officiating. Mrs. Dwinell, who was the widow of the late Senator Albert Dwinell, died in Hardwkk July 17, at the advanced age of 81 years, and in spite of recent sickness, she retained a remarkable amount of vigor to the last. She was a woman of sunny dis position, generous-minded, and for many years was actively interested in the so cial, moral and philanthropic life of the community, beinsr a working member in the Good Templars' order, the ladies' league and the Universalis! society, and her faith was large in proportion to her humane outlook on human life. She will be sincerely mourned by many besides her relatives and intimate friends. GAYSVILLE A surprise party was given at the home of A. h. Hatch, July 19, in honor of Mr. Hatch's 52d birthday anniversary. Forty-three relatives and friends par took of the bounteous dinner which was served, and Mr. Hatch was happily re membered by a number of gifts and a host of postcards. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Coates were made happy last week by the arrival of a baby girl, which was born Tuesday evening, July 16. The baby has been named Flora Whitford. GRANITEVILLE. Quarryworkers, attention! There will be a summons meeting of branch No. 12, Q. W. I. U. of X. A., Wednesday even ing, July 22, at 7:30 o'clock, in Gilbert's hall, upper Graniteville. As there is business of great importance to come before this meeting, it is necessary that all members be present. P. J. Finnigan, secretary. "ORA-HYGEM" MEANS MOUTH CLEANLINESS and this Is more vital! Important than many people tmnit, because many aiieaaea enter (tic vrm through the mouth. If the proper (ermi- cide ia uaed in cleaning the teeth, germ life cannot euat. ORA-HYGEM DENTAL CREAM "Th Kind That Saves Tteth" la strongly germicidal and antiseptic. Meal and harden aore and bleeding sum. Prevent decay. Polishes teeth to their natural whiteneas. Keepa gold crown and tilling bright. Jlaa a delicious taste and aweetens the breath, lannot harden in or out of tube. Lav flat on the bmh. All Ingredient printed on label. Result of year of mean h by a practicing Dentist. Cost no more than other at your Druggist. Try iu ORA-HYGEN COMPANY. Portland.Me. A very pleasant event occurred last I nday evening when a reception was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Osgood at their home. The house was elaborately decorated with ferns, wild flowers and roses, especially the cor ner where the couple received the hearty congratulations and good wishes of their friends, who were introduced by Miss Leila Smith. Refreshments of ice cream cake and wafers were served. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Folsom and Mrs Theodore Mason and three children of Tunbridge . recently viHited friends town. Mrs. Jennie Clar of Galesbuig, 111.. former resident, has been visiting old friends in town. In one of our recent hard thunde storms lightning struck near the resi dence of Klisha Boutwell, killing a val liable cow and badly damaging the wa ter system. Mr. and Mrs. C, H. Osgood left Fri dav for Hedding, N. IL, where thev will spend the remainder of the summer. Miss Agnes Ifeape is the guest of friends in Andover, Mass., for two weeks. Hums Osgood was absent Wednesday and Thursday, attending the state con vention of rural carriers in St. Albans. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wyman, jr., Miss Anna Brown, Miss Agnes Heape and A If. Harrington spent the week-end at the Wyman cottage at Lockhaven, X. II, Miss Alice Smith of Williamstown is a visitor at the home of her brother, J. 1), Blackmcr. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Jones of Bos ton are guests at Henry Brooks. EAST CABOT r With an Electric Fan beside her while ironing the week's wash with an electric iron, what woman would find fault? It makes the work easier and the room comfortable. The real joy of it is beat appreciated, however, after trial. If your house isn't wired see u. We'll wire it tor you and then sup ply you with any of the modern elec trical appliances that make your house work a pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houghton and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chandler were at St. Johnsburv Sunday, going in Mr. Houghton's auto. Mrs. Helen Wilson of Danville and Miss Helen Miles of Peacham were guests at Robert Barr's Monday after- noon. . Samuel Chandler of Danville visited at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Chandler, over Sunday. Mrs. Helen Bailey and granddaughter, Myrtie Bailey, of Craftsbury, were re cent guests at Ira Read's, (ietnge Morse's and Walter Abbott's. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Halcrow of Peach am were callers at Robert Barr's Sun day. Henry Paige of Randolph'' is visiting relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paige of Mont pelier were at Ira Read's and George .Morse s Sunday, coming in their new- auto. Mrs. Gilbert Hill and Mis Alice Hill are at Henrv Hills at Hardwuk for a few da vs. The boys from this place belonging to the militia, left here Tuesday morning, to join their company at Woodstock and Tuesday proceed with them to Burling ton to attend the muster. William Blanchard, the musician, attended them there. E. S. Whitcomb of Nashua. N. H., has arrived here, having been summoned by the illness of his father, S. S. Whit comb, who is in a serious condition. Mrs. Huntington of Barre" is being en tertained this week by Mrs. E. A. Shat-tuck. Miss Fannie AVood of Gardner, Mass., is passing several days at the home of Mrs. X. C. Greene. "Jack" Vail left on Tuesday for Lynn, Mass., to join the Lynn team of the New England league. Mr. Vail expects to re main a month with them and then re turn here for a short stay with bis par ents, before going to work this fall. The Randolph team, with the assistance of Vail, has played seven games from June 27, to July 20, winning in every case, the score being 42 for them and for their co mments, 8. G. XV. McLaughlin of Mid- dlcbury will succeed Vail in the local team. The Boston Reds, who were tie- feated here in a game on Monday, have been here awaiting for funds to arrive, before they leave town. They are booked for several games next week in the state of .New York, Detectives Morgan and Wentworth o Boston, who have been here working u the Wallace Avery case, left on Tuesday after passing Sunday with E. W. Kent at his home. , . Miss Ruth Morse, who came from Hartford, Conn., about the lltb of June and has been here and at Barre, left on I uesday for her home. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith, their young son, Kandolpli, and daughter, Pnseilla of Melrose Highlands, Mass., who have been with the la mil v of XV. S. 8. But- for two weeks, went to Castleton Sat unlay, and their eldest son, Tredwell, who was also here with them, went on to Montreal. Mrs. S. C. Jackson of Slontpelier, the mother of Mrs. A. C. Templeton, and her aunt, Mrs. F. . Jackson from Marsh field, arrived here on Tuesday for a visi of some days with Mrs. Templeton. Mrs. Mary Granger of Worcester Mass., came Monday for an over-night stay with Mr. and Mrs. John Wood, and returned the next day to Hanover, X. H to visit her son, Fred Granger, who is i Hanover attending the summer schooi at Dartmouth college, after which she will go with her daughter, Miss Edith, to Danville to camp with a party of menus. .Miss .(una tummings has been in town this week on a visit with her mother, Mrs. Julia Cummings, and on 1 uesday returned to llaremont, X. H. her horn. Mrs. Harrison Avery went to Lowell, Mass., on Tuesday for a stay of some length, with her mother and brother. Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Gladding have re urned, from a ten davs' stay at Berlin pond and are now at their home. Miss Grace Annlebee of Littleton, N. H., who has been with her aunt, Mrs O. B. Copeland, for ten days, went to Montpelier and Barre Tuesday for part of the week with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hatch, and sun. George Hatch, have gone to Highgate to ass a couple of weeks at Camp Ran dolph. H. L. Hatch and daughter, left uesday for Highgate for a few davs tay iu camp. DOWNWARD REVISION of prices on everything at the Barre Clothing Store's Going Out of Business Sale The amazing downward revision of prices following immediately our former low prices will make this store the trading point for every bargain enthusiast. WHAT HAS GONE BEFORE IS NOTHING compared with the values that are now to come, as the result of this final effort to sell out every dollar's worth of goods in the store. . The mer chandise would more than repay your coming even , at. the former prices. 71 Here Is the Revised Price List Men's and Youth's Suits 10.00-12.50 Suits, 5.85 15.00 Suits, now 7.45 18.00 Suits, now 8.75 20.00-22.50 Suits, 10.45 25.00 Suits, now 12.95 30.00 Suits, now 14.45 Boys's Suits 3.00 Suits, now 4.00 Suits, now 5.00 Suits, now 7.50 Suits, now 8.50 Suits, now 10.00 Suits, now 1.79 2.45 3.45 4.89 5.45 6.45 BETHEL People Interested in Getting Mail Service Southward. Better THE BARRE ELECTRIC CO. IMittemores VI Shoe Polishes FINEST QUALITY LARGEST VARIETY PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture CRtSSIHC 1 iCE 5tr SOfTLNTl LEATHER r -euToii-. tOLO t iu'sTr ' Br laWtervv CVDEBTAUrt 3D MCKNfED EMBALNKKS DEPOT AO. BABM term. TJiii Cavawr Mr. Pott. UM Mr. Nmh, 42M J' XnT tSCC'Uw "tj rtfw.!t-c Oia na.ltri;i'KIIL B,k. lo.rhr Hi lt- lartwaT nini .lifw. aalaca Mal tutufctic. -!rsc tLVSS. lc V.IY"rMibmatr f or rtraalr ar4 aathMnf aflk KU itrii lartaa hoK M W At" ivc unci wurrroa n irm 1-k .,..- r rrmm a& k)ra d r. j tm a mlm. .. .-c -altar rt W sMtrst Srt. t BITE. la ' rnix S. M. Washburn wan in Concord, X. ,, veRterday representative of the hM'al board of trade to attend a hearing before postal othVials rt'lntin? to the railway mail service on night trains, southbound. Two month ago numer ourtly aifrned petitions from this and other towns on th- main line of the Cen tral Vermont railwsy wfre forwarded to the superintendent of railway mail servh at ftoston askinjr for a mail car on the train pninff south from here at 1:27 . m. Later A. I.. Cady, Mr. Wash burn and others interviewed the official at White River Junction. The hearing vesterda? is suppoRed to have been a remit of the petitions and the White River .Junction conference. Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Pants Reduced to 69c Men's 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 Shirts, 38c, 59c and 79c. Many other bargains too numerous to mention. One visit to this go ing out of business sale will convince you. arre Clothing Store, 171 North Main Street, Next. Door to Dreamland Theatre. 'I pin . BROOKFIELD Charles Morse of Randolph lias been pendinp several days with his brother, L. VV". Morse, and family. , John Kaymore and daughter. Miss Flora, who have been upending two years in California, arrived home Mon day. Mrs. W. T5. Colt has been quite-tick, sufferimr with tontilitis. At this writ ing she is convalescing. Wesley Riimney wa quite seriously injured Sunday night while riding horse back. He was thrown from his horse, hurting his head. All through the night he did not recognize any of his family and has not yet been able to tell how the accident happened. R. I.. Hayward conveyed Mrs. Mar garet McLelhin Williams to Barre Tues day in his auto, where she took the tram for Teaks Island, Me., to spend the re mainder of the summer. Mrs. Harford of Woonsocket, R. f., came Friday to spend several days with her son, John Hurford, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. John B. rerham will ob serve the .Vith anniversary of their mar riage Saturday afternoon. July 25. They will be pleased to have their friends call to see them. Mrs. Ixmia Wheatley and two daugh ters of Meriden, Conn., are boarding with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Runinev. Vr. Frank Partridge and family of Worcester, Mass., came Thursday to oe- tipy the I pham cottage for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv H. Fullam visited their son, Herbert Fullam, and fauiily in Randolph Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holmes of Springfield, Mass., came Saturday , to pend their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Chase, and Mr. nd Mrs. J. C. Halmes. Mrs. Butterfield and son of Oxford, Mass., came Saturday to visit her moth er. Mrs. .losiah finith, and family. R. L. Hayward went to Randolph sta- rnn Ihursilav in lus nverv auto, to bring Mrs. Hal Wheatley and son. Rob- rt, of Meriden. Conn., to Sirs. . C. lark's, where thev are to board this I., came Friday to board one week with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Fullam. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jones, Mrs. II. L. Edson of Enfield. N. H., and Miss Sam son of Newton Heights, Mass., were at the Edson home Monday. Mrs. Edson and Miss Samson were callers at the home of Mrs. A. L. Follansbec. Sir. and Mrs. Harry Tilson of Ran dolph were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge E. Mason Sunday. Mrs. J. K. Locke is very comfortable at this writing, after having a serious operation performed last Wednesday by Dr. Ellis, assisted by Drs. Bailey and Angell of Randolph. GROTON Death of Mrs. James Frost of Valvular Heart Disease. Mrs. James Frost died Monday night at her home on the Topsham road. She had been in failing health for some time and critically ill for three weeks from valvular heart trouble. Mary Scott was the daughter of Mr. and Sirs, (jeorge Scott and was born in Croton 34 years ago. She married James Frost? about 17 years ago and they have always resided in townl Mrs. Frost is survived by her husband and four children, Josephine,1 Isabel, Ila and Morns; also three broth ers. Charles, Alfred and Raymond Scott; and four sisters, Sirs. William Darling and Sliws Fannie Scott of Peaeham, Mrs. (i. V. Whitehill and Sliss Liatie cott of this place. F'uneral services will be held Thursday. summer. Henry Wortheim is spending several iays with his aunt, Mrs. George Bryant. n Randolph. Sliss Alice Bushee of oonsocket, R. Miss Renalds, who has been ill for some weeks at the home of J. R. Cald well, went to the Slary Fletcher hos pital, Burlington. Saturday for treat ment. She was accompanied bv Joseph Caldwell and Sliss Rose Cook, nurse. Mr. and Sirs. G. Waldo Pillsbury re turned to their home at Keene, X. H., Sunday night. Sirs. W. R. Carbee and Sliss Josephine Frost were in Slontpelier yesterday. Sir. and Sirs. Slorris Coffrin of Bur lington arrived here Saturday to pas their vacation.' Srisses Theresa Emery and Slildred Taylor are visiting relatives in Barre. Sir. and Sirs. J. H. Taisey and Sir. and SLrs. D. G. Farrow took an automo bile trip to Randolph Saturday, return ing Slonday. T. H. Meader, administrator of the F. W. Hanchett estate, has gold the Gamble house on Pine street to Sirs. George Heath, and son, John Prescott. Posses sion given at once. Sirs. Sarah Webber, who has been ia town for several weeks, went to her home at Barre Saturday, returning Mon day. Mrs. D. E. Gordon visited friends in Barre Slonday and Tuesday. Fred Hayes avnd George Stillis were at their homes here over Suqday, returning to county court Monday afternoon. Ralph Evans has moved his family from Pine street to the house of Fred Ricker. Mrs. Ralph Welch and little son, who have been passing a week with her par ents, Sir. and Mrs. Riehard Dennis, re turned to tbeir home at Laconia, N. K., Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Stevenson of St. Albans were over Sunday visitors at the home of their parents, Rev. and Sirs. F. W. Lewis. Professor Lewis Sleader of Providence, R. I., and Sliss Cyntha Coburn of South Ryegate were callers in town Friday. C. J. Pillsbury of Barre was a visitor in town Saturday and Sunday. Beginning next Sunday there will be no services at the Slethodist church for two Sundays while the pastor is away on his vacation. The mid-week prayer meeting, the junior league and the boy scouts meeting will also be omitted. Sir. and Sirs. B. A. Webber and Sir. and Sirs. J. Henry Goodwin were at Laka Groton over Sunday. SOUTH CABOT Sirs. Newell Somers and three chil dren returned to their home in St. Johns bury Wednesday, after a two weeks' visit with relatives here and on Slarsh lield hill. While carting hay for Andrew Corliss, E. SI. Putnam was thrown from a load and sprained his thumb and finger, be sides hurting his side. Sirs. Lucy Bemis of Slarshfield visited at A. J. Corliss' last week. W. R. Tibbetts is on the sick list. Ruth Houghton is in Walden for a week's star with her friend, Sirs. Elmer LeBreck. a r. i'- l oaK,larit a-aiauaai boa, . a . c Wftm0ft . a CO- - Alkaw .. CafttM. Mi UwAi'vwiiiaittwJi George. E. Davie ha gone to Bur lington to attend the military camp. Cnlens a few prospective student come into the lvust Creek neighbor hood within a month there will probably be no school there next vear. In that caie the four or five children of school ge would he transported to the graded ; school at this tillage. Sir. and Sir. Aa .Miller of Xorth Troy lately visited Daniel Stoddard. comrade of Mr. Miller in the Civil war. A band stand ia being built in depot nark with the understanding that the, Italian bund mill continue its Saturday concert through the arm weather. , Funds for the handstand were solicited by Wallace Ratchelder. 1 Ii .ra.-e Hazen of Hartford i visit ing at I F. Terry's. She has been at tending a summer x hool for teacher at John-xMi. R A. Imkee of Randolph i in rharge of plastering the Kittredge hmie for X. V. t oolev. the contractor. t arpenter work in charge of A. IV r.l- , Wtt. m being ruhe on Guy W. Sfer tJJa new lions on the Hirtf U mum. THE EXPRESS IS IN THIS TOWN AND IN TO STAY FOR seventy-five years three quarters of a century- the express has been the right hand of the shippers of commer cial America. The Express came to Barre in 1875 and it came to stay. For 89 years it has been the right-hand of commercial Barre. It is here to stay. The other day when reports went out that the ex press companies might retire from business, a protest went up. From whom this- protest the express PERSONAL SERVICE companies? No! The merchants of the country shippers every where petitioned Congress that no action be taken that might have the effect of forcing the express companies to retire. Commercial organizations all over the land have joined in this appeal to Wash ington. For seventy-five years in the past and for a good many more years in the future, the Express Service will mean FULL RESPONSIBILITY American Express Company, HARRY V. BRITTON, Agent. 201 North Main Street. Telephone Number 1S6-2