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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BAHRE, VT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914.
TIRE PRICES
On a Number of the Pop
ular Sizes of the
Accepted Standard
Non-Skid Tire
The Goodrich Safety
Tread
28x3 $11.85
30x3 .......... 12.63
30x3 Vz ........ 17.00
32x3'2 18.10
33x4 .......... 25.2t
31x4 26.05
35x4 26.90
36x4 27.75
35x4 Vz ........ 36.05
36x4 2 37.10
- 37x4 Vz 38.15
36x5, 43.15
37x5 44.45
38x5 Vi 57.30
Other Sizes at Corre
sponding Scale
DON'T PAY MORE !
For Sale by
VT. TIRE & RUBBER CO
REYNOLDS & SON
BARRE, VERMONT
WAITS FIELD
Mrs. Mary Berry returned last Tues
day from Montpelier, where she has
been spending the past two weeks Bt her
son's home.
Percy Arling has returned from Moi
risville. Harry I Ellis is spending his vacation
with relatives in Huntington.
W. K. Long and family are spending
ten days in Connecticut, making the trip
in their car.
Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Toland are enter
taining Mrs. S. A. Stowell, Dr. and
Mrs. Fred Stowell, Leo Real of Lawrence,
Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. T. IX Poland of
Willianistown.
All schools in the town begin the fall
term Monday, August 31.
Miss Annie Dale, who has been
spending her vacation at her home here,
has returned to Montpelier.
James .Joslin, who has been sending
several weeks with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilber Joslin, has returned to his
home in Peria, 111.
Miss Jennie C'olebrook is spending two
weeks with her grandmother, Mrs.
Jerome, in Northfield.
The Misses Freda and Florence Hand
and Miss Ellen fietehell of Montpelier
are at J. A. Smith's.
M. T5. Jones returned this week to
Newton Center, Mass.
Casper Smith wishes to thank his
many friends for the party given him on
his twenty-first birthday, August 8, and
for the presents presented him on that
occasion.
GRANITEVILLE.
All members of Court Bob RojvXo. 5,
wishing to 'attend the picnic Aug. 22
with their families will get their tickets
from the following committe: J. B. Ra
betaille, T. E. Brady, M. T. Sullivan,
J. Enright, J. J. Sullivan. Members of
the circle, you are request to attend.
Don't forget the date.
State of Ohio. TltT of Toledo. Ltiraa CVwntT.
i l. T rh,MT tn.tr. fMth that he it senior
.-.. " ,h. Arm tt V J. Chnpr l-'O.. !-
nr bolnea In tlie City of Toledo. County and
Ktate aforeaald, and that saw nrm wni pay
,.r nvp. HI-NItRED DOLLARS for
each and titt ca cf Catarrh that cannot b
cured by the uh vt Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and aobacrtbed in my
presence, ttala 6th day of Kevember, g. D.. 1SS4.
6eal. A. W. CLEASON.
Notary Public.
Hall'a Catarrh Core In taken internally and
acta directly upon the bloo'l and mueona sur
face of the. system. Scud for teatlmoniala,
F. J. CHENEY . CO.. Toledo, O.
Bold by all Drusslsta, 7."c.
Taka Ball's Family Dlla for constipation.
MONTPELIER
Court Convened for the Benefit of Wood
bury Man.
Daniel V. liicksoii of Woodbury,
member of an automobile party, was ar
rested lnt evening as the party started
lor home, being charged with breach of
the peace on Mmtin Johnson, another
member of the pnrty. Johnson received
a cut back of his right ear and he
claimed he was hit with a beer bottle;
but t'uekson, who later pleaded guilty to
the churge of breach of the peace, said
it was done with his bare fist. OMicer
Connolly was called and he took Click
an into custody, the other member of
the party following to the police station.
Court wis immediately called and Cuck
on was fined $1.5, with costs of $5.14.
Cuckon didn't have the money to pay,
but two Montpelier men who were
strangers to him advanced the money to
pay the fine and costs.
The city completed to-day the work
of repairing the sidewalks throughout
the town at a cost estimated at $0,500,
of winch It.fiOO was for materials. No
extensive work wna attempted in the
line of building new walks because of
the shortage of money appropriated for
that department.
Rev. J. Edward Wright, pastor emeri
tus of the Clmreh'of the Messiah, was
in a critical condition hist evening and
his condition caused grave alarm. He
has been in poor health for a long time.
The Republican county committee will
meet in Montpelier Monday, Aug. 24, at
2 o'clock for the puAose of fixing the
time and the place of the Republican
county convention and also the date for
holding the caucuses in the several towns
of the eniintv for the election of dele
gates to the convention. The second dis
trict congressional convention ol tlie
party will be held on Sept. 8, the day
preceding the Republican state conven
tion, and it is probable that White Riv
er Junction will be selected as the place
of the convention.
A daughter was born at Heaton hos
pital yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Lyons. .
The annual school 'cultivated flower
show was held Tn the basement of the
Kellogg-Hubbard library yesterday un
der the direction of Miss Mabel E. Howe
and it proved to be the best one ever
helrl TJovd Hnvwood won the first prize
of 75 cents. Three second prizes were
awarded, to Sarah Ualriey. Koseiie rum
hall and Lucile Holmes. The third prize
wm won bv Bvron Treado and the spe
cial prize offered by a Chicago lady was
won by Barbara Lawrence. npeciiu
prizes were also won by Dorothy Fhil
lips and Louise Slayton.
A 'inen shower was given last evening
to Miss Cora O.onyo in honor of her ap
proaching mnrringe to John Muzzey. It
was a complete surprise to the young
hidv. She was made the recipient of a
basketful of beautiful linen. There were
about ." in the party and the evening
was n!iRed with music and names. Ice
cream and cake were served for refresh
ments.
BETHEL
WEST CORINTH
Harlie and Gladys Ward visited their
sister. Mrs. Clayton Griffin, in Bradford
over Sunday.
Mrs. Ezra fSihly and children, who
have been visiting Mr. Sibly's parent's
home, have returned to New Hampshire.
Dr. C. H. Magoon of East Bane was
in town on business Friday,
Hiram Maynard of North Troy is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. George Bourrough,
whom be has not seen for nineteen years.
The Heath and Thurber reunion was
held at the homo of L. D. Heath Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon of Montpelier
were in town over Sunday, the guests
of his brother, August Gordon.
Frank Tucker shot a henhawk Tues
day that measured four feet from tip to
tip of the wings.
George Tucker, who has been visiting
in town, has returned to Tilton, X. H.
Fisher Chadwick Fell from Tree and
Broke Arm.
Fisher Chadwick, aged seven, tell from
an apple tree in which he was playing
Tuesday and broke one arm an inch
i-M)ve rlie elbow. His parents, Mr, and
Mrs. IV L. Chadwick. and Dr. F. A. Ed
inunds took him to the ollice of Dr. J. P.
(iilftiril in Randolph, where with the aid
of an X-ray machine, the fracture was
satisfactorily reduced, after which he
was brought home. The case was diffi
cult because the break was no near the
joint.
Dr. Julia Foster and her daughter,
Vera Foster, of Butler, Pa., formerly
residents of this village, have been vis
iting at Dr. E. J, Freeman's.
The town district schools will open
Sept. 8. with the following teachers:
Mine Tjmra Manninc. Locust Creek;
Jane Hathorne, Christian Hill; Annie
Fowler, yuarry, Ethel Buck, East Hetiiel;
Frances Hebard, Gilead; Pearle Tewks
bury, Old Church; Jo Goodyeiir, Camp
Brook ;. Grace Rowe, Libbieville; Ruth
Wheeler, Lympus; Mrs. Lucinda Cleve
land, Finley Bridge.
Seventy persons attended a picnic of
the Methodist Sunday school on the
farm of George W. Edmunds yesterday.
Austin Harvey has bought a new au
tomobile from the Mayo agency in Roy
alton. P. P. Wynn went to Randolph Wed
nesday in the care of F. A. Kdmumls for
sn.X'rav examination.
C. K. Benedict is taking a week's va
cation including a fishing trip on Lake
Champlain.
Daniel Lillie Post No. 61, G. A. R., held
an important monthly meeting yester
day. A baseball game is scheduled for Sat
urday at Graham field, South Royalton
being the visiting team.
E. M. Angell and F. S. Angell were
here vesterdav with the remains of
their mother, Mrs. H. M. Angell, which
they accompanied to Barnard for burial.
RANDOLPH
EAST ORANGE
Ferman Gilman of West F'airlee vis
ited at D. A. Preseott's recently.
Clyde Blake visited his wife at East
Barre Sunday.
C. K. Tenney of Montoun, Iowa, who
has been renewing old acquaintances in
Corinth for a few days, visited at F.
A. Burroughs' over Sunday.
Excursion to Missisquoi Park, Via Cen
tral Vermont Railway Sunday,
August 23.
Special train leaves Barre 9:05 a. m. ;
Montpelier, 9:45 a. ni. Fare for round
trip, fl.25.. See flyers for particualrs.
mmmmm
With an Electric Fan
beside her while ironing the week's wash
with an electric iron, what woman would
find fault? Jt makes the work easier
and the room comfortable. The real joy
of it is best appreciated, however, after
a trial. If your house isn't wired' see
us. We'll wire it for you and then sup
ply you with any of the modern elec
trical appliances that make your house
work a pleasure.
sJ THE BARRE ELECTRIC CO.
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HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE
Special Orders for Furniture
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If you would know
the worth of a Tele
phone install one.
Vermont Tel. & Tel. Company.
Oilman Gay from Claremont, X. H.,
has come to pass his vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gay.
Mrs. Don Moore of Sharon with her
children, has come to pass several days
with O. J. Marcott and tamily.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Blodgett of Sara
toga have arrived and are the guests of
Mr. Blodsretts brotlier, manes muu-
gett, and family. Wednesday they went
to Bethel to visit relatives.
Miss Ida Riind, a stenographer in
Plattsburg, X. Y., is passing her two
weeks vacation with her parents, wr.
and Mrs. W. K. Rand, and on Wednes
day passed the day in South hoyalton
with firends.
Miss Kmma Seymour went to North
Sutton. N. H., Wednesday to join the
family of her brother from Lynn in a
camp there for a few days.
Mrs. E. M. Woodwortlt anl her son,
Donald Woodworth, left Tuesday for
Morrisville to visit relatives for the
rest of the week.
Misses. Lena and Elsie Kilburn, who
have been on a ten days' trip to New-
jwt and Burlington, have returned
home.
Miss 'Emma Blakely of Newport has
come for her vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Blakely.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Heath returned
Tuesdav from a month's stay in Zanes-
ville, Ohio, with the daughter of Mrs.
Heath, Mrs, Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Torrey of Lyons,
N. V., have come to pass two weeks with
Mr. Torrey's mother on Central street.
Mrs. Hanchett of Lebanon, N. H has
come for a few days stay with Mrs. Lois
Rix, who has also for a gueBt, her
granddaughter, (irace Chamberlin of
Bethel Gilead.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Traeey are
away on a trip to Springfield, Mass.,
and other places in the vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bean, who have
been here from Springfield, Mass., for a
week, left here on Tuesday night on
their homeward trip.
Mr. Root, an insurance agent from
Claremont. X. H., has purchased most of
the household goods of D. B. Cassjdy,
and on .Monday will come from that
place here and take the tenement just
vacated and take up hi residence here.
Mr. and Mrs. Cassidy are going to St.
Johnsbury, expecting to make their per
manent home.
EAST CABOT
Thi.r was a familv reunion at Alex.
Casnidy's last Sunday when his seven
children were with him. The party in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cassidy of
Waliien. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Cassidy of
North Danville. Mrs. Xellie Ashley and
daughter, Ruth, of Waltham. Mass.,
Mrs. C. M. Wing ot .Npringtiein, siass.,
Mrs. Harry Chandler, Mrs. Etta Pink-
ham and Guv of this place.
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.Mr. ami Mrs. rvis rseaie m i.
lohnsbury are guests at R. S. Barr's for
a few da vs.
Mrs. Walter Martin and son of
riaintleld are at W. J. Abbott's for a
visit.
Mrs.' Emocrene Cox of Walden is stop
ping at Harry Youngs.
AUTOMOBILE DAMAGED.
When Gasoline Caught Fire on Ground
In Horseshed.
Rutland. Aug 21. A seven passenger
Chalmers Detroit touring ear belonging
in the Rutland Machine 4 Automobile
company was damaged to the extent of
about 1." and .lay .vioore, a rnauiieur
for the concern, narrowly escaped serious
injury in Metidon yesterday, when there
was an explosion of gasoline which had
baked from the car in the shed adjoin
ing the Mendon church. a be attempted
to light the automobile lamps prepara
tory to returning to Rutland after he
had made a call on a young woman.
The supposition i that some golme
bad dripped onto the ground, and. the
air beina beavv because of the rainy
night and the fumes rlrwelr rontivd in
the hed. the gases arising exploded
when Mr. Moore struck a match. He
wore an overcoat which was somewhat
M-nrrh'd and pmhebly saved him from
bring burned. One wheel of the atlto
mb.le and the radiator were greatly
dma4 and all the tirea wer more or
le burned. The shed caught fire and
the nof was prsrtirallT burned off be
fore farmers living Brerby. wh were
arrmed. rrn!d put out the Jimrt with
pail of wst'-t'.
NORTH MONTPELIER
Mis. George Read and Miss Grace Lit
tle are visiting relatives in Marshlield
and Hookerville this week.
Parties from Montpelier and HarYe
were at Allie fate's cottage anil F.plue
Pray a Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alliert llollister and
ditiu.iter, Mrs. Fred Blisch, husband and
children of South Manchester, Conn.,
are visiting relatives here and at Marsh
Held. Prof. M unlock of Worcester, Mass., Is
visiting L. D. Coburn.
Charlie Wells of Cambridge is visiting
his aunts. Mis. L. 1). Coburn, and Mrs.
Theo. Clark.
Miss Grace Kimball of Lyndonville is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Harvey Co
burn. Mr. and Mrs, ,T. Wi Butterfleld are vis
iting in Westmoreland, X. H., for a
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Clark and Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Coburn and families visited
at Mr. McHillis' camp at Caspian lake
Simday.
. C. Donovan is at the Mary Fletcher
hospital this week for operation and
treatment.
M' and Mrs. James Burnes and daugh
ter, Margaret, a;j visiting for a week at
Augusta, Me. .
Messrs. Fred Sibley and Arthur Co
burn and families are having a short va
cation, ape nt at Old Orchard beach.
Frvd Dwinell, who has been spending
a few days at the home of his family,
retiiKicd to the Pittsford sanatorium on
Wednesday morning.
Messrs. A. E. Olmstead of Hardwlck
and F. A. Morse of Wateibury were bus
iness visitors in town Tuesday.
Messrs. FTed Sibley and John Moor
croft returned from Old Orchard beach
Tu"sday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Eimer Kelley and Mr.
and Mrs. Keon Kelly, who have been
visiting relatives here, returned to their
homes in Windsor Sunday night.
Insurance men from Barre were in
town Friday of last week in connection
with the fire at the picker room.
Messrs. C. P. Spnulding, E. Pray,
and K. Hillis and their wives, went
Monday morning to Joe's pond to camp
for a couple of weeks.
Harry Bliss w helping in the creamery
while Mr. Hillis is in camp.
M'sa Loretta Quirk of Fall River,
Mass.. is visiting at the home of Mrs.
Fannie Little.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buzzell of White
River Junction and Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Shortt of Marshlield were tlie guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Little Sunday.
EAST BARRE
Fred Downing is moving his family
and household goods to Barre, where
thev will reside.
Principal Robert Clogston is moving
into the Bolster tenement and will soon
occupy it.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Dickey and family
left this morning for their cottage at
Malletfa bay.
F. L. Sargent left Wednesday after
noon for ft few davs' stay at Queen City
Park.
Miss Lucile Dickey is spending a week
at Highgate Springs.
Workmen are engaged in finishing the
ntw upstairs room in the new addition
to the school hoiwe. It will be occupied
by the sixth and seventh grades.
"Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bellows and
party are spending some time at Oak
Villa", Mallett'a ba.
GRANITEVILLE.
Roller skating at gymnasium every
night this week.
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PRAISE FOR NORWICH STUDENTS
For Their Military Excellence During
Recent Encampment.
Praise of the military work of the stu
dents of Norwich university is contained
in tlfc following letters: .
"Fort Kthan Allen, Vt., June 23. WU
"To the President, Norwich University, ,
"Northlield, Vermont,
"ilv dear sir:
"I cannot close my work relative to
the camps of instruction at this post
without a lino to you congratulating
you upon the line appearance and most
excellent work of your cadets while
here, under my observation. They are
a fine lot of young men, well disciplined,
well instructed, and are a great asnet,
in my mind, to any state, in case of
I was particularly struck with them
as they marched through the post on
their way from the train to the camp.
Their marching and whole appearance
was so fine that I thought they were
two or three troops of .my own command
,,n 41 ,.IVh.th' line.
"With regard to the discipline, it gives
me pleasure that not one case, of viola
tion of instructions or orders came to
my attention while they were with us.
The equitation of the officers was most
excellent and will compare favorably
with any organization in the United
States army. I trust that next year
they will be able to stay a little longer
with us. Very sincerely,
(Signed) "W. J. Nicholson,
" - "Colonel, 2d Cavalry,
Commanding.,
"New York City, June 2!, 1914.
"Lieutenant Ralph M. Parker,
"Military Instructor,
"Norwich University,
"Northfteld, Vermont.
"Sir:
"Inasmuch as I understand that a copy
of my official report on the conduct of
your cadets during the recent camp of
instruction at Fort Ethan Allen, Ver
mont, will not be forwarded for your in
formation, and appreciating your keen
interest in knowing my judgment of
their efficiency, I am writing you this
letter.
"The encampment as a whole was emi
nently satisfactorily and was very grati
fying in that the corps uniformly showed
much improvement over even the good
work I have seen them do in the past.
"The discipline and spirit, which you
know are fundamental, were of a high
order of excellence. From their first
appearance on the ground, marching in
with the steadiness of regulars, quietly
going about pitching a camp that was
quite a model for neatness and regular
ity, until they broke camp on the tenth
dtiy, their snap at formations, earnest
ness at instruction and display of pre
vious training were all fine. The horse
manship has certainly improved very
much throughout the corps, that of cer
tain individuals, especially among offi
cers, was conspicuously good. I was
particularly impressed with the advan
tage to the squadron of cavalry of hav
ing men so well skilled in signal corps
work. Their work with the wireless was
apparently faultless.
"The conduct on the march, inculding
exercises in security, for the march and
the camp, and going into bivouac and
the attendant camp and march discipline,
hvgiene, and control were particularly
gratifying. In fact, I do not recall ever
seeing a march better conducted than
was the squadron march of 11 miles
from bivouc back to camp on Tuesday,
and I rode in the rear of the column
and gave close attention to watching
the details during this time.
"The personal behavior of the individ
uals when off duty showed that good
discipline and gentlemanly conduct were
inherent in the organization. They cre
ated an excellent impression for soldier
liness and gentlemanlines on all who
observed them.
"I am stronelv impressed as a result
of this experience with these cadets w ith
the great value that this military train
ing is going to be to them in their post
graduate lives, particularly to those who
go into the engineering profession, where
this splendid training in the exercise of
initiative, the ready acceptance of re
sponsibility, the constant training in or
ganized and systematized handling of
men to accomplish definite results, and
above all the splendid discipline of self
are going to be of inestimable value to
them in their work and to the employ
ers in the results they will be so much
better qualified to obtain.
"You have reason to be gratified with
what you have accomplished this year.
"Very truyl yours,
(Signedl "L- C Andrews.
"Capt. U.S. Cavalry,
"Instructor."
A HOT TIME IN NORTHFIELD
AT THE
DOG RIVER VALLEY FAIR
Sept. 8-9-10, 1914
EfrSSemS
a
Daring Aeroplane Flights
Twice Daily, Using Wright Bi
planes -Come and See Some
Thrilling Stunts
Brilliant Midway
Take in the Attractions and Have
the Time of Your Life
Big Trottins Events
See the Fast Ones Compete
There'll Be Excitement Enough
to Go Around
Big Purses; Increased Premiums
New Autamobila Park and Entrance
The new. management of the
Dog River Valley Fair have pro
vided events of exceptional mer
it and hope to entertain a record
number of visitors.
E. E. CAMPBELL, President
W. H. DOUGLAS, Secretary
r
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. v
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AMUSEMENT NOTES
Officers and Business Directory (or
Every Town in the State
Justices of every town
Area of every town
Mail and Stage Facilities
Valuable New Features
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Mattvr arrancral alpkasvtirallr
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Grand Ba a fir (aoa
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Farmers' Monthly Almanac
Health Officers and Came Wardens
Dates of Fairs
Table of Legislative Mileafe
Election Returns t March I
Village and School Betnrn to date
and there are ether features
Yon can't a 9 or 4 to nuts it
THE TUTTLE CO.. Publishers
IUTLA!fD, VT.
Great Combination of Features With
Sunny South Co. in Barre Tuesday.
Musical traversity. nonsense, song,
danop. vaudeville, etc., are the ingre
dients of the entertainment waich will
be given by the J. C. Kookwell "Sunny
South" company in the Barre opera
house, Tuesday evening, August 2.V The
performance is said to be intensely
funnv. and the music, all of which is
original, is of the lively, jingling kind
that hecninea popular at once. From the
slender plot many amusing complica
tions arise. The three acts are full of
ginger and gallop along from first to
last with spryness and gaiety. It is a
conglomeration of absurdities inter-i-perscd
with laughter-provoking situa
tions and repartee from tart to finish.
Catchy music, clever dancing, good com
edy and one round of nonsense through
out the three acta wilt cause the aU
dience to go home feeling satisfied they
ihp received full value tor their money.
The real big laugh begins with the ri
ing of the curtain and it doesn't relax
for a moment until you find yourself on
the sidewa'k after two and half hours
of inccnt merriment. YouH be
whistling the ong for days to come
and niiictlv tittering at Its many funny
joke that yon cannot forget. There is
potliirg cffensive in the how, and quite
on the contiary. there are n.any teaturea
which would proxoke laughs in the nint
i rcum-e. t. and gladden the heart of
(lie niot anlcnin.
The organization is acrnmpanied by a
olo eon.-rrt band. hn-h will lie seen
in the "Konrttoan" P'ade, a decided
novettv. takins pU-e at noon. The rm
janv alo earn an cellent orhetr
ni ivun iloii-t. Tbey render the
la fat and mft popular music of th
da v. Adv.
Now is the time to buy your summer
Suit, when the season is right at its
' height. As our jobbing house in Boston
was placed in a position to receive
" these Suits, and to give the people in this
town a chance to bank money, I have
had one hundred of these Suits shipped
to our local store, and they will be placed
on sale Monday. Each purchaser that
buys a Suit will be made a present of a
pair of Men's Hose and a pair of Sus
penders. These Suits are of
the highest grade
both in quality and
Workmanship
and we defy anyone to contradict this
statement. They are the latest styles,
including the now famous English cut,
and come in Stripes, and all sizes that
a man could ask for. While the war
is being waged in Europe, we are going
to wage war in Barre on Men's Suits.
Remember that this
sale is for this week
only.
so come in early. Also, we are going: to
continue our Remnant Sale for another
week.
The sale prices on our Suits are:
$S.OO SUITS for $5.00
8.50 SUITS for 5.50
10.00 SUITS for
10.50 SUITS for
12.50 SUITS for
17.00 SUITS for
18.00 SUITS for
6.50
6.75
9.50
10.50
12.00
Send o cents for a eerr mail pre
paid if yea caanot lay of local dealer J
for 15 rents. Cloth boned, 60 ceats.
Dealers wanted in ever?' iomn
A Record of Over 20,009 j j
firt lien mortfare jnveatmenta during j !
the lrt II year, nitbout actjniaitioa of j
a title under forer-lnaure. Va care in j
the imeMmcnt of iiitik fund. Sin H ' j
ef o-k ruarPt-e eir prrttmel
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tMwta!.i S S. FjHatd. giwrJ arot, j
lwre build.rf. MKttjwVr, U 1
AT THE
New York Bargain House
100 MAIN STREET
BARRE. VT.
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