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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, Mil.
olast CALL 1 and final reduction on all odds and ends at raorey Great Final Mark-Down Swee ping Out s ale at 158 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont Prices have been still further reduced on lots of odd Suits, Raincoats, etc., in order to turn the same into cash at once. Any man looking for bargains that are bargains from start to finish should not neglect this rare money-saving opportunity. Do your trading at this sale to-morrow and save the dollars. Men's and Young Men's Hand-Made $20.00 Suits in all the seasons exclusive iaoncs, moaeis, etc. The Sweeping-Out Sale Price only Men's and Young Men's Famous Ad ler Collegian Suits Regular $25.00 values, Sweeping-Out Sale Price . , . $12.95 $16.95 Men's and Young Men's exclusive hand-tailored $30.00 Suits, American and foreign fabrics. Superior for fit, style, qual ity and durability to any custom made. Sweeping - Out Sale Price only .. . . One lot of the celebrated Fruhauf line of Men's Suits, reg. $35, $40 and $45 values, Sweeping-Out Sale Price .... Men's and Young Men's $15.00 Suits this season's smart, snappy stylish gar ments, Sweeping Out Sale Price $9.45 Boys' Suits $3.50 Suit $2.65 4.00 Suit' 2.87 5.00 Suit ...... 3.95 6.50 Suit 4.35 7.50 Suit 4.95 10.00 Suit 6.85 25c Police Braces. .14c 5c Handkerchiefs . 3c $1.00 Belts 69c Closing out Over coats Take your pick at 50c on the Dollar Men's Raincoats AT LESS THAN FACTORY PRICES $5.00 Raincoats . $7.50 Raincoats . $10.00 Raincoats $15.00 Raincoats $18.00 Raincoats $20.00 Raincoats $20.00 Balmacaan Cravaneted Coats, Sweeping Out Sale Price $2.95 5.35 6.95 9.90 12.69 14.33 13.95 Holeproof Hosiery, regularly sold at $1.50, at $1.25 5c Handkerchiefs (only 3 to a customer) at 3c Canvas Gloves, 10c at other stores, our price 5c SPECIAL To conclude this Great Sweeping Out Sale, the management will sell to-morrow from 8:30 to 9:30, regular 30c Corn Brooms, only one to a q customer, and none to children, for the little price of, each iC L amorey 9 Great Bargain Giving Sweeping Out Sale at 158 North Main St. 1 TO CHARTER SIX AMERICAN SHIPS. Federal Authorities Decide on Rescue of Stranded Citizens. Washington, Aug. 14. The perioral American relief board, consisting of heads of the war, navy, state and treas ury departments, decided yesterday to charter ix American vessels, fully pro vision them and send them abroad with in tvo weeks to rescue Americans stranded aUroad. The foreign ports of call will be decided to-day. BETHEL FRECKLE-FACE Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots How to Remove Easily . Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-face, to try a remedy for freckles with the guar antee of a reliable dealer that it will not rost you a penny unless it removes the freckles; while if it does give you clear complexion the expense is triflinjr. 1 Pimply pet an ounce of othine double strength from anv druggist and few applications should show you how eay It is to rid yourself of the homely free Lies and get a beautiful complexion. Parelv is more than one ounce needed ffir til ..., 1 Be sure to aok the druggist for the vent.on at Wa.hingtoa double strength othine. as this is the' Martin Merrill's derrick crew of seven or eight men at the quarries finished work Tuesday. Mr. Merrill, who had worked here a year and a half, went home to Lebanon, X.- H., and most of his men have left town. Frank Sween ey's crew finished work yesterday at the old location, where the granite is not quite up to the requirement of the in spectors for the new Western Union building in N'ew York, and to-day began work where the Merrill crew left off two days ago. James Laslee appeared before C. O. Spaulding, justice of the peace, yester day morning, when John Turner failed to identify him as his assailant of the night before, and the case against him was nol prossed. He was, however, giv en a ten uavs sentence at Woodstock for intoxication, and John Turner, who. when charged with intoxication, pleaded not guilty, was found guilty and was given a twenty days sentence. Mrs. Robert Noble is spending the week with her sister. Miss Anna Brown, at M. I.. Wyman'a camp at I-ake Crys-1 tal. Fntield. X. H. Thilin Noble hai been there two weeks. Miss Brown will again tach in the Manchester, X. H high 'seliool next year. John Morse is substituting on rural route one. durirtr J. B. Berkwith'a at tendance upon the rural carrier' eon- I). C. The Rochester ball team, which ha EAST CABOT Arthur Read is spending a few days at .Montpelier and Harre. Mrs. Carrie Bailey and son, Harold, of hast ( raftsbury are guests at George Drew's. Mrs. Drew invited in a few of her friends Thursday in honor of Mrs. Bailey. A very pleasant afternoon was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ritchie of North Billerica, Mass., are at Harry Young's for a few days' stay. RANDOLPH Enoa Hopkins of Calais for Ira Read. is working Mrs. L. O. Houghton went Thursday to Boston, to visit relative. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Abbott are at tending the reunion of the Fat Men's club at Montreal, P. ., as the invited guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hoadley of Biattlcboro. Perley Annis has finished work for Robert Barr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beaa of Spring field, Mass., arrived here on Thursday for a few days' stay in town with old friends, having formerly lived here. Mrs. A. W. Paine of Fairlen is the guest of her sister, Mrs, K. l Libbey, this week. Mrs. Lucie Viall Iicekman has come from New. York for a few days' stay with her mother, Mrs. W. B. Viall. C. E. Burnham of Bellows Falls has come to visit his sister, Mrs. Kmogcne Slack, at the home of Mrs. A. T. No IT. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chandler of Brooklyn X. Y., have come for a few weeks' atay with Mr. Chnmller's broth er, Col. A. B. Chandler, at Man-Cattle. Miss Janet Cook of Milford, Mass., is being entertained this week by her college friend, Miss Lucille Grant. Miss Helen Blanchard was operated upon Thursday morning fo'. appendicitis at the sanatorium. Miss Belle Deyetfe and her daughter, Hazel, have come from West Lynn, Mass., to visit friends in town. C. A. Tinker of Stamford, Conn., who has been the guest of Mrs. R. J. Kim ball this week, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown and laughter, Hazel, and Miss Leona Taylor have gone to Highgate Springs to pass a few days at Camp Randolph. Earl Blakelv of Medford, Mass., has been on a week's vacation at the home of B. G. Goodwin. Mrs. Carrie Ticknor, who has been in Campton, X. H., is now th,e guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Homan. Mrs. W. B. Pritchard of Waterbury, Conn., has come to visit Dr. and Mrs, H. W, Holden and friends in East Ran dolph. Miss Mary O'Cain, who lives . with her niece, Mrs. Rose Lucia, has had sev eral hemorrhages this week, which have ft her very weak. K. . Morse of Hartford, conn., was n town the first of the week and went to Bethel Gilead to visit his mother, Mrs. Abel Bowen. Reginald Wetmore of Minneapolis, who has been with F. B. Wood and family, has gone to Woodstock. Mrs. W. F. Kirby and daughter and son have come from Minneapolis to visit Mrs. Kirby 's parents, Capt. and Mrs. B. F. Bowman. Mrs. Henry Tirker of North Ran dolph started Wednesday night for Omaha, Xeb. I loses Seymore, aged "9 years, died Tuesday from hardening of the arteries, from which he has suffered for four years. I lie funeral was held from the Catholic church on Thursday morning. Mrs. A. H. Ford of Granville, who has been the guest of her son, John Ford, and wife for a few days, has gone to Burlington to stay a couple of weeks. Miss Constance Manchester has gone to her home in Lebanon, X. H., after passing marly a month in the home of her uncle, Ernest Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. M? C. Hooker of Wash ington, 1). C, have come for a visit with Mrs. V. A. Grant. Ray Williams of Hartford, Conn., has been the giiest of his aunt, Mrs. Ell. Smaller, for a few days, and has now gone, to Albany, N. i., to visit his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams. Miss Anna C, Reiff. editor of the Lat ter Reign Evangel of Chicago, is the guest of Mrs. Cora Rice. The friends of A. C. Holman have just received news of his marriage to Miss Helen Medora in Winthrop, Mass. The couple are now on their wedding trip and are expected to come from St. Albans and will visit Mr. Holman's sis ter, Mrs. Charles Flint. Mrs, John Storrs and daughter, Ger trude, have been at Mrs. A. K. Ken- drick's for several days and are ex pecting Mr. Ktorrs to come from Ware, Mass., to join them here. Miss Kate B. Xewell of Minneapolis is being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Dodge. Miss Bessie Hevenstone has returned from a month's stay in Xew Haven, Conn., with relatives. W. J. Bean of Boston, the eldest son of the late Hiram Bean, is in town this week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. I E. Rollo of Chicago have come with Dr. Charles Cushman for a few days' atay at camp with Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Eaton. Rev. J. H. Thompson has fitted up a study and oflice in the Cushman block and is now occupying the same. Mrs. Mary (fewkshury) Dixon and her sons of Maiden have come for a stay of a month with her father, M. A. Tewksbury. ijrifwirffwiiiiiwiiiiiiiimHTmiTT iia 11 I 1 B avings or ou rer Lent are being made at the arre Clothing Store's Going Out of Business Sale The wonderful business done at this store since its "Glqing Out of Business" Sale began, is concrete proof of the won-. . derf ul values being given. Ev erything in this establishment ' ' must be disposed of within a " ' short time. Suits, Overpoats, Raincoats, Shoes and Furnishings, at re ductions of 50 per cent, and more. This sale includes ev erything, nothing held back. This sacrifice of fresh mer chandise is your opportunity. Buy now for, future needs. Reductions in Clothing $10.00 Men's Suits, now. .$5.85 $15.00 Men's Suits, now. . 8.75 $18.00 Men's Suits, now. . 9.45 $20.00 Men's Suits, now. .10.45 $2l50 Men's Suits, now. .12.95 $25.00 Men's Suits, now. .14.45 Miscellaneous Bargains $1.00 Men's Work Pants. .69c Men's Work Shirts.... ...38c $1.00 Men's Dress Shirts.. 59c 10c Men's Canvas Gloves.. 6c 60c Men's Overalls now... 45c 15c Linen Collars now. .... 9c Stonecutters' Aprons now . 18c A great reduction on Men's and Boys' Sweaters. Other bar gains too numerous to mention. Remember the place the store with the sign, "Going Out of Business." Next Dr to Dreamland Clothing 171 North Main Street tore, Barre, Vermont i jtflCRSSESGSS MONTPELIER prescript ion money buck lies. Advt. sold under guarantee of if it fails to remove rrec- KEGISTEBED PERCHEROH STALLION COCO been playing very strongly, will be the attraction at Graham field Saturdar. GRANITEVILLE. T'te annual private picnic of the I. O. ' (. K M. t .. will be held on Saturdar j afternoon. Aug. 15. All members and' nvited. ! Notice. qtmra in the i public park is stiirtjy prohibited, per: order Park Commissioner. MA.VCE NO. . AMFnlrA N. SI.JT families ere mrdiallv , PI.ASON OF 111 I . Coro. N il.t'i. ninr ror cM V.prh j J. 1U: M brrtl in rraorr, nrmrirt in I 1 e? : ham fin. artmi a"h4 roo4 rt.kr : si4 - 1 hanrfc fcurfc; rht l.o pwxfci. Hal The use of mtoiicst ing rolor m m tttr tmy. .ItB t aioof r-rrn.l rotor is a bmr. with star is f-m4 mod hit nir4 fort- He to tmr of tor hu it lMt drft lUlltn in Vrmoti nr. ul . .k4 mt tor utr of ? -nr W. h tit P. r-np. 1 fmir from Et Psrr nlmrr. TT RMS 12. o mx tint of rt rerrv. ni t'SMI ro.t m 49 oi4. I Iwr owitH w t ! of Vn-Koot t. Mmr tM..tmm . n d .hail ko!4 roitr for In-rM fr., IRVI5G W. BATES K E Fkoa Mt-il. Tmrir TboM S-44. l ..r.iortox tr(un fcwrm.n- P" Clna far mm ta-1 Of ar. Tkirfy-Bia reavra' aoaUai rrmtri teiia tu v alary. Urj, Macfcstr, K. H. Check the Symptoms of Lung Trouble One of tba ramir reaimiia war tint Tmiihle U m difirult to (Icht to hrrmnt the dle. u nftea of a rerr intterlna aatnre. The .atteiit mar look writ, but la roalltr 1 fat loin lrurth bf eoa tmne4 filebt m. forer a an rough. Tle r.Tairoo khonl.1 l rtintnl as qnteklr a imilk r kman'a Alierallrw fc lrrii'nial to rbeklna frer aiHt nlcht !' anl It ba. brought ahoot niau roniie r--oTrr(r Br4 Ihla r. . W. iWts S( . New York. "Grntlemra : I am atrttlna yon tbl ta tlmonlKl th.t otbera uiar k now what four Aiteratlra haa none f.r tor. 8Iik- I ia a rr tob woman I waa a af ferer from Broorhltla. I trie oortor after oortor. g-ttln ll'tlr or no hrtvo. ft Hni hi night aweatt. aprlla arwl loat raplrt'r In wrtglit ai) nt riortnr told me tf tbr were l rhorke4 I bare Lung TVoohV. Mot Mary Korhamrr. who I a frto4 of rlr., re-rtrt-rnt after taking rowr Altrratirr ant loMe that I trr it. I am now. after two rear. rrf-1lr well, at roof an ki!thir.' ff,ariti MRS BoA VOriFU ' M r-- ix t1 ; orr on rrqoo.t I F'kmaa a Altrratlrr ran orrw frotra , traat rear' t-.f to h inoat ft- i .a f-T a..t Throat ano I one affott) fo-t"(. Itmn. ha- a Mnlwi f as4 tn ;( !d i tt, ..n. f ot.io. no aarn-a t.M.t or n.tn. r"rri aoir. k fr r.'.-t t.ri.f of rorrrir. RH wot. to F'kfo.a t jioorat-. rVl aor?rta. Ta . .t. aVr for ase or a.l l-tl.nf 4rag(t Frwe i aal tl a tcttl. Carroll Dobey, E. Philip Hill, Myers Tuttle., Carroll Wakefield. Arthur bin clair and Neil Godfrey left this morning for Montreal, where thev will take "harvester train" for Winnipeg and points in the Canadian Northwest. They expect to spend the fall in Canada and then proceed to California, to oe present at the ranama-I'a';ric exposition. Morris M. fJoodwin. who died in boat at Joe's pond, Wet Danville, on Wednesday of apoplexy, was a brother of Mrs. Charles Collins of Court street Montnelier. and was accustomed to spend his wintera in this city. He was 75 vears of ace and was a veteran of the Civil war, having enlisted at Bur lington. He lived many years at Wi nooski and at St. Johnsbury, having a meat market at the latter plate. He- sides the sister in Montpelier, he leaves two brothers, one in Green Island, .V and the other in Rutland. The funeral was held at 8t. Johnsbury to day. 1 The Board of Trade lighting commit tee and the city council propose to get together within a short time to consider propositions for better lighting through out the city, following a report of the committee "to the Board of Trade di rectors. It is thought that other citi zens will be invited to express their opinions regarding the matter. A reception was given at the Eagles' hall Inst evening in honor of Miss Maude Warren of Providence, H. 1., who has been spending a month at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I nomas Allen. About couples were present, who enjoyed dancing to music by Forsell's orchestra. It is now thought that the start on the construction of a new biiKiness build. ing to replace the Union block on Mate street, which was burned six months ago, will be made by another uumth. At a meeting of the directors of the Union Block Co. Wednesday evening, cu-1 perticial drawing were presented and it:et with appro ai. ORANGE. The West Orange Sunday school asso ciation will hold a district meeting at the Orange church Monday, August 17th. All interested in Sunday school work are invited , to attend. Sunday morning service at the usual hour, 11 o'clock, with a five-minute talk to the children. Sunday evening a praise service will be held at 6:,"10 in the Cutler Corner school- house. All are cordially invited to at tend these services. Meeting of the Board of Civil Authority for the Abatement of Taxes. There will be a meeting of the board of civil authority for the abatement of taxes held in the city court room on Friday evening, Aug. 14, 1914, at 7 o'clock. Per order of the mayor. James Maekay, city clerk. LAMSONS'HUBBARD HATS J FOR SALE BY- The Frank McWTiorter Co SOUTH CABOT Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lamherton and little, son, Johnny, and Mrs. F. G. Lam bert on were in Montpelier last Satur- dav. Mrs. Farist (Snow) Drinkwater of Worcester hns born the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Sotithwick and other friends the greater part of the week. F. (t. Lamherton and eon, Jlnvmond, went to MontpePrr Monday and came home with a new auto. Mrs. Liter Scribner and gTsnion. Ce eil fv-ribner. of Stowe, are visitors fi 10 dn vs at C. F.. S'tribner's. 4'lli;Bn. 11,... ...i I : : - r..i were in Hardw ick the first of the week. R" uWican f'-H'f convention in Mont- It called theie by the illness of Mr. Put-j i'f lier Septe?nb'r !. Atlorney Fdmund I H ton's mother. jl Moivc r of Kuriir.jMon is to be the I H P. A. Col berth had the miofortune to ! chairman. cut liis hand quite badly while sharpen ing a scythe a few days ago. Men's $1.00 Caps for 69c Men's $1.00 Dress Up Shirts, 79c. Men's 50c Dress Shirts, 39c. Special lot of Shop Worn Shirts, 50c sell er, 29c Men's job lot, 50c and 25c Suspenders, 10c a pair. AMERICAN CLOTHING CO. 255 North Main Street I? or' Walter II. Crockett of Montpelier hsslil been selectc! a? a nvr!ler of the com-j m u lttee on r. olutior.n to serve at the I j emnant Sales! lirod! CABOT Union Sundar school at the Congre gational church next Sunday, Aug. 16. j R.!ph Perry and Miss F.a Burnett j ere united in marri-.ge in Hardwick i lt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haines of Nah ;us. X. H.. vi.ited friends r. town this i week. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Hi.kie of Hart- 1 foH. Conn., are tisitine at K. P. Free- man's and other relatives. j Mis Mabel Smith has returned from jviit in; fr.en.is in St. .lohnbury. ! Mr. and Mrs. Brt Smith were guests 1st rei I orlia. in lover on Tiieadav While Hirer street beiniT rena from the Pioneer to tl.e Crrt .,;: f'.r'et bridge, tra&ic is be.aijf -:i,vtei orto Parre street, snd auu:.-i cor.'i.g from the direction of l.'a-i arc oiifts-J to crofs th brio1 at s'ie pjorieer and f proceed al.'tig lJ'irr.j i.ti.e.- n ih busi ' ues district or . i-c ;o.-i ti a Oraiite itrt"t brii'se etio rivr sTeetr and jtiicme prorcd to Main et-Ti. Twelve carloaita ,f rar,(... chips hae i been shij-ped to ..Ian. v,il . , Can., to He ! t liM-d in th const i: mu w or on t'i J? j Central Vnti.i-Lt raiiroad. j j ! SOUTH FAIRLEE lO ! H !7iim-!I P.ntL' w. r'. Th!7ri:av to the ?lsrv H-tehcoik It"!1!'!'! at Hnoer. I.V. H., to und-rt-o mi f ration for This week Ave are eoingr to have our Remnant Sale 0 on the following articles, the Percale and Lawn being 86 inches wide. If you are looking for good bargains, 2 vou can find them at this sale, and you needn't look g any further. The sale starts August 10 and will close SV2c SVzc 5c U Aucrust 15, of this week, u j Per. I. A. Kanner of Bsrt-n in town lwe.T and Uedncdav. I Mi Helen re!; ot l.rf.-n, Addiwn Baker of Botnn arrid at 1st G. L. Pnbinn' for a f-w days. hi .-j mm or re.idenoe r-ent'r ! . , , . , " ! Several from bfre ltrndei the town Ik Tir at Fjit Tbrttord. eirio.dT. 121 oc Seersucker for 32ioC Teixale for 12 oc Lawn for 10c Muslins, all colors, for . ,p';H 20c Pique, Striped, in colors - 25c Silk Muslins P. a :: 122C 12'ic 1 Card et Tfcaaks. ili t expr-s my 1-eaHfrIt thnk ?! a to aM fnono f..r r.r.. fruit far and letter" nf aimoathr hih I reerived during t Ke months I have ben shut in hr s!.ors. Mi, th-liaio Heath. h. i Mr. and Tnn K si m i p"1: In 11 New York Bargain House v-.-j !?? Rarr. Vermont Mr. William Purt. ir . purchasod 1 ore and bu?r at rt Let no a, 11, i-atiirdiy. "1 1