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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, ' SEPTEMBER 11, 10U.
Autumn Sports THERE will be many events during, he coming' month which will make you feel the ne cessity of having easy ac cess to smart things to wear. Whether it is a loot ball game, county fair, col legiate meet, or a regular old-fashioned picnic, you will require good looking, practicable wearables. In our shop you will find every thing you need from Collegian Clothes of the smartest type to the best of dress accessories. Drop in and see us. Lamorey Clothing Co. Yours for Better Things to Wear WORCESTER. Mrs. Frank Dowing was culled to Barre on account of the serious illness of her niece, Miss Edith DeOlle, who tlied Saturday, and Mr. Downing and liis daughter, Mrs. Ralph Utton, went Sun day to attend the funeral Monday. Sir. and Mrs. Ernest Utton came from Barre Saturday and returned Tuesday, visiting friends in town. Mrs. Martin Hurbert is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Winch and Mrs. Adolph ' Barney attended the fair at Plattsburg, N. Y., this week. WILSON TO CORNISH AGAIN. GRANITEVJLI.E. Regular meeting of Loral Green Moun tain lodge, No. 7,807, I. O. O. F.. M. U., will be held on Friday evening, Sept. II. at ft o'clock. All members are requested to be present, rer order N. G. Logan Cunningham, the old Wesleyan and Princeton football star, will coach the University of North Carolina this fall. President Will Leave White House To day for Several Days in N. H. Washington, Sept. 11. President Wil son has decided to leave Washington to day to spend several tlays at the sum mer White House at Cornish N. H re turning to Washington next Tuesday. The president has found that he can keep in close touch with affairs at Wash ington while at Cornish, and therefore is "on the job" practically as much as when in Washington. At the same time he enjoys complete seclusion and is able to rest. Mrs. Francis B. Sayre and other members of the president' family are already at Cornish. WEBSTERVII.LE. Regular meeting of Loyal Green Moun tain lodge. No. 7,897, 1. O. O. F., M. U., will be held on Friday evening, Sept. II, at 6 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. Per order X. G. For Indigestion and Biliousness those foes of comfort and well-being, there is one family remedy universally regarded as the best corrective of deranged conditions of the organs of digestion. Present suffering is relieved promptly, and worse sickness prevented by timely use of BEECIKIASVS'S PILLS Let this wonderful remedy tone your stomach, stimulate your liver and kidneys, regulate your bowels and you will feel improved throughout your entire system. A few doses will prove to you why, for the common and minor ailments of life, Beecham's Pills Are the Right First Aid Said avary whera. la boss. lOc 2c. Directiaaa f Valaa Especially Women with Ersry ton. y ' ---- Wire Up and be up-to-date. If you do not use electricity, you are not modern. If you do not progress, you retrograde. There is no standing still. We will furnish ELECTRIC SUPPLIES for store, home, or factory. Pretcribed by physician for iaeteeo years RedMol the skin treatment that acts instantly YOU don't have to wonder if Resinol is doing vou good, you know, because the first appli cation stops the itching and your tortured skin feels cooland com fortable at last. Won't you try the easy Resinol way to heal eczema or othef skin-eruption t Rcj'inol it so nearly flesh-colored that it can be used on exposed surfaces without attracting undue attention. Resinol U told by sll drufgista. For sampls and trial eska of Resinol 8yi tree, wnM to Katiavl, Dept. li Baltimore, ili. WATERDURY Richard Demoritt, Roy W. Demeritt. Henry Demeritt, Ai Worse and Ferd Morse are in Randolph, where they have charge of the work in the Demeritt Packing Co'g. plant. Frank f!acon, who has been here during the canning of string beans, has returned to Randolph to assist in the work there. Mrs. Roy Demeritt will be there part of the time to assist in the office. Miss Myrtie Walkor has returned to Barre after spending two or three days with Mrs. B. R. Demeritt. Schools have opened with an unusual ly large attendance. Over 70 are reg istered in the high school. The other high school assistant, not before men tioned, is Miss Edith Farrell of Middle bury, a graduate of Middlebury college last spring. M. If. Moody of this town, secretary treaBurer of the Vermont "lerns-y Breeders' association, is sending notices to the effect that "At the Vermont state fair at White River Junction, our asso ciation will have a tent which will serve as headquarters for all Guernsey breed ers. Look for the name on the tent. On Wednesday, Sept. J6, at 1:30 p. m. will have a meetine in the tent. It is hoped that Robert Rcoville of Con necticut and Edward R. Andrews of Putney will be present and speak to us. These gentlemen are breeders of some of the best Guernseys in this coun try." A plea is made to attend the meeting and invite any interested friends. Mr. Moody now has a herd of 30 registered Guernseys at his Winnis quam farm at the Center. .Mrs. F. E. Atkins has been ttpnointed second assistant librarian and will have charge of the juvenile desk. Miss Frances Harris has returned to the home of her aunt, Mrs. Richard De mer!f.t. and resumed her work in the hitrh school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hazeltine and daughter returned yesterday to Balti more, where Mr. Hazeltine resumes his teschimr. Mrs. W. J. T.eBarron received all the prir.es on hand-painted china at Middle bury fair and took orders for much work. One of 18 plates is to go to Roundup. Mont. William Wyman of Starksboro is at the home of Dr. Bidwell and doing work in the high school. Miss Maude McMullin of Dujbnrr has entered the Waterbury high school. J. C. Griggs of Barre was a business visitor in town Wednesday. RANDOLPH NORTHFIELD W. C. White was in Montpelier Tues day afternoon to attend the funeral of Rev. J. F.dward Wright. ( Royal Cheney of Dover. N". H., is visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cheney. The Norwich university moving pic tures, taken at the commencement ex ercises last June, were shown at the Pearl theatre Wednesday and Thurs- dsv. F. W. Dorey returned Tuesday night from Bridgeport, Conn., where tie Has been visiting his brother. Miss Marjorie Sawyer left Monday lor Montpelier, where she is to attend Mont pelier seminary. Walter Snow, wtio nas oonaueiea n moving picture theatre in Guild hall for several months, has sold to Nelson Bras saw and has taken the bowling academy under Cutler's store conducted by Mr. Brassaw. Frank L. McCarthy of Esse Junction has been in town several days this week. Miss Jennie Bornasroni is working In the office of Flumley A Plumley. The Progressive voters of Northnclfl will hold a caucus in village hall Sat urday evening at 7:30 to elect delegates to the Progressive state convention. Miss Eva Greene who has been in Lawrence, Mass., for the last two weeks, baa returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hammond of Northampton, Mass., who had been en tertained for the last few days by Mrs. H. J. Kimball and daughters, have re turned to their home. Mrs. Sarah Thompson, who has been for several days in town, coming front Newport, N. li., where her father is at present, is to store her household goods and return to Newport. A daughter, Janet, was born to Rev, and Mrs. J. H. Thompson on Wednesday morning. Mrs. Dc Forest Lewis, who has been here for two months, left on Wednes day for Winchester, Mass., where her daughter, Miss Bessie Lewis, has a po sition as child specialist in the schools. Henrv Lewis has gone to New York and on Saturday will sail for Colombia, South America, where he is to ne jian ish interpreter for a firm doing business there. Mrs. Frances Crosby of West Somer ville, who has been a recent guest of Miss Evelyn Denny, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chubb and their son of Maplewood, X. J., hBve been vis iting at the home of Mrs. J. U. Adams for several days. Miss Myrtle Rowell who has been tak ing a vacation from her duties as stenographer in Kansas City, has come to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rowell. Airs. Raniel Ralph and her children, who hae been for a week with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rand, leit on Thursday aft ornoon for Warren, where they went to join Mr. Ralph, and for the present will make their home. A. B. Crawford, who has been here from Natick, Mass., to visit his nephew, Rev. G. F. Crawford, has returned to his home. Herman Jones, who recently sold his farm, has bought the Setb.Kiog place on Central street. Mrs. R. J. Kimball and her daughters were summoned to New lork Wednes day by the news of the death of the wife of Eugene Kimball, who has been tn ill health for a long time with tuber cular trouble. . Mifts Uenieve Lamson has returned to Roselle Park, X. J., to resume teaching, and her sister, Mrs. Theron Brooks, nd children, to their home iiv ashington, D. C. The fund, which has been contributed for little Evelvn Ferguson, has been placed in the hands of E. I. Claflin and will be placed where the interest can be applied and all will be the property of the child, in case of needed relief or as sistance. Mrs. L. C. Willard, who has been in town for the last two months with her father, Alfred Webster, has returned to her home in Belvidere, 111. Miss Nettie Robbins, who has been with her mother for ten days, has re turned to New York, where she expects work. E. I. Claflin has sold his store at East Braintres to Levi Abel, who also buys tlit real estate. Cecil Richardson and Miss Delia Ber- gerson, both of this place, were married on Saturday night at Gaysville and will remain there for a few days and ti'ii go to Clarenoeville and other towns in Canada before returning here for a res idence. Mrs. W. W. Pprague underwent a serious operation on Wednesday for the relief of a goitre on the inside of her throat and is now as comfortable as could be expected in her reduced condi tion, after an illness of several weeks. O. P. Northrop has gone to Fairfield to remain for a month on his farm, while superintending the harvesting. Mrs. Orren Tracy and Mrs. Alice Kcl low of Los Angeles. Cal., arrived here from Boston on Wednesday night and are guests of Mrs. Hannah Lamson. Mrs. Frank Dyer, formerly Lilla Par tridge came Monday morning from Whittier, Cel., wtih the remains of her husband, who went west a year ago for his health. Mr. and Mrs. John Abbott and two daughters left the Sanford farm this week and went to their home in Win chester, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chandler, who have ben guests of Col. and Mrs. A. B. Chandler for several 'weeks, have gone to their home in Brooklyn, N. Y. Why. Two Hods? 'WWW. I have an Ash Hod with a Coal Hod beside it (patented). The Ash Hod is deep and catches all of the ashes. It is easy to remove and carry and doesn't spill. Both hods free. The old, clumsy ash pan is hard to remove and strews ashes over floor and stairs. The wonderful " Single Damper n patented makes perfect control of fire and oven. Better than two dam pers. Have you seen it? Gas ovens if desired; end single or elevated double. D c. For Sale By W. AVERILL & Barre Agents CO. Walker & Pratt Mfg. Co., Makers, Boston AMUSEMENT NOTES. "Potash and Perlmutter" at Opera House Saturday. Pinochle and politics, love and law, strikes and styles go to make up the story of "Potash and Perlmutter" the three-act comedy that A. H. Woods will present at the opera house Saturday, Sept. li, direct from its second year in New York City, matinee and night. Potash and Perlmutter" a dramatiza tion of the characters and incidents in Montague Glass' stories in the Saturday F.vening Post scored the greatest triumph in the history of comedy for it is a comedy in spite of the tremendous heart-interest that gives it its chief hold on the. theatre-going public. Abe Pot ash and Morris Perlmutter are to-day the two most popular characters of modern fiction if indeed they may be called fic tion characters now that they have been among us in the flesh and Wood for so long. They are loved for their weak nesses as well as their virtues. Their almost incessant quarrels are uproari ously mirthful while their tenderness, their spirit of nelf sacrifice, their patience under grief are heart-touching. They are the most thoroughly human" heroes of the stage and that is whv they w-ere wel comed as readily in London as in New York and why thev are sure to be as welcome in Berlin. Yienna, Paris and the other capitals of Europe where they are to make their appearance during this season. Manager A. H. Woods sends "Potash and Perlmutter" to us with a carefully lected company, Adv. CUTLER CORNER WOLCOTT WEBSTERVILLE. L THE BARRE ELECTRIC CO. 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. 233 North Main Street I noil PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture JtEKTAUra 'JD UCrNSKD EMBALM! DEPOT tO. tar K-t Mr. rnr. i:S I Mr. f(Mta U-J A good, old-fashioned corn supper will be served at the Websterville Baptist church Fridav evening, Sept. 11. Every body cordially invited. Supper from S to 9. Admission, adults 25c, children 15c. THIN BLOOD AND DYSPEPSIA hart reoognixe cause of Thin-blooded people generally stomach trouble. They seldom r the fart that thin blood i tbe the indigestion but it is. Thin blood is one of the most common causes of stomach trouble. It affect the digestion at onre. Tbe glands that fur Iiish the diirestive fluids are diminished in their activity, the stomach muscles are weakened and there is a loss of nerve forre. In this, condition nothing will more quickly restore appetite, digrton nd normal nutrition than good, rich, red blood. Pr. Williams' Tink Tills act directly on the blood, making it rich and red, nd the enriched b--xxi strengthens weak nerTe, stimulate the tired muscles; and wakens to normal activity the glands tbat npply tl i;eetive flirids. The trstsign otreinrninK health ia n im prove.! ppetiie and eoon the eflert of these tonic mH T,"lt throughout the sytem. Yoa find that what yoa eat Joe aot distress yoa and that jon ar trofig and vierocs instead of irritable nd lieiiesia. Yoa are now en the road to health and care in tbe diet is all that yog need. . The Ir. Williams Medicine Co.,Scrren lady. X. Y., will send yon a liul dtet Iwsfc f r on T-owt. Yftor own droj rst Ml' Dr. W-haa' Ik Pili. Allen Pikesnd Kate M. King Married Tuesday at Bride's Home. A pretty home wedding took place at the home'of Mr. and Mrs. Henry King Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, when their second daughter. Kate May, was united in marriage to Allen Everett Pike of (Vaftsbury. by Rev. F. R. Keeler. The bride is a graduate of Craftabury acad emy, class of 1012, and until recently was emploved at Jordan's bakery at Hardwick. The groom i one of Crafts- bury's popular voting men. being asso ciated with his father. A. B. Pike, in the livery business. After a short hon- ermoon at Jike ilioiignny, mey win reside at Craftshury. Their many friends offer congratulations. John Benson of Shelburne is guet of relatives in town. B. W. Ouyer was in St. Johnsbury Wednesday. Mr. and' Mrs. Csrl Wheeler of Lisbon. V. H., have been guests of relatives in town this week. Dr. A. V. Cooper was ir Burlington Monday. Miss" Carrie Poor is home from Hard wick, confined to the house with a sprained ankle. John French was in Morrisville on Wednesday. C. E. Haskell returned from Ronton Tuesday. Archie Hubbard has concluded his la bors at Morrisville. H. W. Powers of Hardwick transacted business in town Tuesdav. TO THE NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF BARRE Notice is hereby given that a caucus of the voter of the National Progressive party of the City of Berre will he hcM at city court room in said city at o'clock p. tn. on Saturday, the 12th day of September. 1914. to choose i dele gates to the state convention to he held in Burlington on Tniirwlsy. the 17th dy of September. I Sll: to choos six dele gates to the second district convert wn to he MA in Burlington, on Thursday, the 17th day of September. It'll; and to elect a Progressive city committer for the ert'inne two years. Hated at Barre. Vt September !, mi. atmnal Prowr-SMva City ComuutA- Mina Tavlor was a business visitor in Plainlield Friday. Mrs. G. E. Kogers, who has been visit ing relatives in North Montpelier a few lavs, returned home Monday. School opened Tuesday, with Amos Lord ss teacher, in place of Miss Har riett Hood, who is ill. Robert Cumniings arrived Friday in accompany his wife to their home in Montreal. Mrs. Cummings has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Ainsley, t few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rogers sre the happy parents of a baby boy, born on j Sunday, Sept. 0. Do Your Clothes Fit You As Well As This? 4M.QIfrfcJHIl May Help You if Lungs Are Affected une ulferlug Proner diet, fresh hahlts are benenctal to persons sun fniR Limit Trouble; hut la a arest msny Instant report show that the addition of a medicine for thin bffe.tlon has ms CrtnllT bped 'a hrlneln about re-oerjr. Tor more than nftwu years Kckmiin J Alterative, a medicine for Throat and l.un Troubles, has accomplished good results. Head what It did In this case: Madison Li. Minn. "Oentlemen: In tieccmber, U. March, Ham, and September, IMS. I was taken with hemorrhacea of the lunss which con flned ine several weeks, each time to iy bed. Mr dortor adrtsrt me to ft Vet. Id November I started for PenTer, t'ol. After mr arrival I met Mli-hspl Brody. who, upon learulnr of my condi tion, ureed me to tske F-.-kman's Altera tive. I kept on taking tb medicine ana Improved fast In lar.-h. HMO. I re turned home. I am entlrWy well, have a rood appetite and sleep wHI. When I left lenver my weight was 1 pounds. I now welsh IH5, my normal weieht. t thank iod and your Alterative for my health " , (Affidavit! PAI L L FAHNACHT. lAbove abbreviated; more on request Krkmia a Alterative has been prnren bv msnr rears' test to be most eWrartniia for severe Tbmat and Affections. Bronchitis, Bronchial Asshma. Ktubhorn folds and In ophulldlne ihe system. Contains no narcotic, polwns or haNt frvrmlrr drug. Ask fnr booklet telllnc of recoveries, and write to Fkmsn laboraiorv. rhllndelphia. Ta . for erl dene. Kor sale by all leading druggists Price tl acd $2 a bottle. Do they have that snug and snappy ap pearance? It's the splendid fabrics and the expert workmanship that make Peck Clothes the right clothes. If you are particular about your clothes, come here; we will suit you. Peck Suits $15.00 $25.00 Other Makes .... $8.50 $20.00 t Call and see our line of Sweaters, Macki naws, Shirts, Hats, Caps, Shoes, etc., before - purchasing elsewhere. "The Store of Good Values" . Barre Clothing Store Barre, Vt., 171 No. Main St. Next Door Dreamland Theatre Funeral Designs We think we put up funeral flowers a little better than anyone else. At least we guar antee satisfaction. IM MAIN FTRErT rtCRM GTO. VT. WASHING MuHIIfS The "White Washer" runs by foot as well as by hand, which makes it the easi est hand-power machine on the market Will make wash day a pleasure instead of a drudge. Try one and be convinced. Guaranteed for five years. Also Clothes Wringers, Mop Wringers, Wash Boilers, Wash Tubs, etc. Get our prices; they will interest you. N. D. PHELPS CO. TEtEPHOMt n A ME. VERMONT 1 ma