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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, October 21, 1914, Image 8

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Some designing person or persons with a probable grouch has circu
lated the story that the R. & R. brand of clothing is cheap, undesirable
merchandise. In fact, they have gone so far as, to say that these makers
only cater to the cheapest clothing merchants. This is absolutely false.
There's an old and true saying that "a lie travels leagues, while the
truth is getting its boots on." The makers of the R. & R. brand of cloth
ing are not only the very oldest, but one of the most reliable manufac
turers of clothing in Boston. Now, when any person or persons mali
ciously slanders the makers of the R. & R. brand of honest-made clothing,
There's a Reason. You thinking men can guess the reason if you step
into the
Lamorey Clothing Company's
Manufacturer's Sale, 158 North Main Street
and see the volume of business that is being done there daily.
Austin ('ate wan culled to Jlontpcliir
Mmidny to servn on the jury.
Mr. anil Mrs, Hamilton of Orange vis
ited at Merrill Clark's recently.
Harry Bliss i working in tli cream
ery during K. (. Hill is' absence at his
former lionie in Hobart. N. Y.
C. H. Whitclier of Albany was a bus
iness visitor in town last wecK.
Hiram Smith of Kandolpli was in town
Monday and Tuesday.
Miss Perkins, Miss (!raco Hamblett
and Miss ('.race Hollister attended the
teachers' convention at St. .lohnsbufy
last week.
Mrs. Kplne 1'iM.y has been ill with a
severe attack of neuralgia.
('. I. SpuuMing: lms bern visiting at
his son's, Korrct SpauMiit;;. in Albany,
N. V.. for the pat few days.
I. W. Putterlield attended the tench
cik' meeting in St. .fnhnshtiry last we k.
Mrs. Kmm:i Nichols of Auburn, Me-.,
in visiting her niece, Mrs. Theo. I'lark,
Miss Harriet Hood attended the teach,
fis' convention at St. .lohnslmry Thurs
day and Friday.
Mrs. Arthur Ainsley visited friends in
31a rre last week.
Mrs. Lucy liojicr and son. Claude,
spent the weik end with her daughter,
Mrs. l!ishop. in Kast llarre.
h'va Ainsley and Phyllis McDonald
were home from Spmililin;.' hij;li wliorrl
'! htirsdnv and Kriday. Silmnl vv us rlnsi'd
on account of the teachers' convention
it St. dolinsbui v.
When you sull'er liom dull pains in the
bat k and eveiy j'diit Bud muscle is still
and sore, you may he cure the kidneys
are out of order and rhcuniat ism is get
ting a j;""'' hold. If time to take
KheuniH. This remedy opens up the
clogged kiilnevs. drives nut all poisonous
waste matter and iin all tlunger of
rluonic rheumatisin. fiti'sdl's lied Crosn
Pharmacy eU Pbeiima lor ,'iit cents;
atiMaition gimranteed. .Vivt.
Mr. and Mrs. X. C. limk started on
Mondav for a
eral district n.ieetinps of the order of the
Kela-kahs this week, Mrs. Buck being
the assembly warden of the state organ
ization. They were at Post Mills on
Monday night, Tuesday night they were
in Washington, and Wednesday night
I ill be at Wfritsfield. Thev expect to
visit other places and return home on
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Haivey of
lloehestcr were in town on Tuesday for
a short visit with Mrs. Lois Kix, and
then took the train for New York.
The Christian Brotherhood held its
tirst meeting of the season on Monday
night in the Parish house, and following
tlie usual supptr, the business meeting
was held, and the following officers elect
id: President, L. S. Prigham; vice-president.
Dr. K. A. Katon: secretary, J. C.
Dodge; treiKuier, Mark Morse; as
sistant treasurer, Arthur ;alarncaii ;
auditor, W. K. Lamson
Mrs. Kidder of Hochester came on
Tuesday to be the guest of Mrs. Kllen
Lat tinier for a short stav. Mrs. Latti-
nier left here to-day for Montpelier
to attend the district meeting and
from there will go on to Cam
bridge to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wash
burn, ant! then to St. Albans to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Kmery.
Quite a delegation from town attend
ed the di-trict meeting of the Kastern
Star held in Montpelier on Wednesday,
Mrs. Lucinda t ievelmid of this olaee of
ficiated as association matron, during
he conferring ot tlie degreed,
Mark Morse is in liarre this week, at
tending the state Sunday School conven
tion li.-ld in that city. Mrs. H. V. Flet
cher is aUo taking advantage of this and
is with friends in the city, while attend
ing the convention.
Klder Page of Waterlmrv will hold
tour of inspection at sev-i services in the church on Muple hill
inursuay ami rrmay evening.
Ivy grange will hold its tirst annual
fair at the opera house in Plainfield, (let.
"i4. Kveryone invited to contribute ex
hibits, (ieneral superintendents. K. ,f.
Colby and A. X. Flood. Departments,
with superintendent in charge, are as
follows: Poultniv, F. L. F'arnham; veg
etables and grains, L. C. Haldwin; fruit.
H. W. Hatchelder; dairv products. K. .1.
jBartlett; maple sugar, W. C. Bartlett
and A. r.. Smith; machinery and manual
arts, R. I). Page; doinehtie science, Mrs,
Inez lSatclu-lder; fancy articles, Mrs.
Sarah Hahlwin; (lowers and plants. Mrs.
Abbie Hailaw; rugs and quills. Mrs.
Julia Townsend; antiques, relics and
curios, .Mrs. Dora ronl; art. .Mrs. .Nina
Hewitt; candy, Aliss Oclavia Smith; deco
rating comuiitti e, Mr. and Mis. L. F.
Fortnev; linn nee committee. Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. Martin. Mrs. Alice P.atchel
dcr, Mrs. Mellie Page. No fee will be
charged for entering exhibits. Cash pre
miums will be given in every ase where
there are three or more competitors.
rirst pri.e for poultry. $1: 2d, .Vic. Best
pot a tix s. ."die, same on trace of com, hall
bushel oats, collection of fruit and veg
etables, premiums on cooked food. etc.
i line room rescned for school children's
.exhibits in charge of O. H, Wood, prin
cipal Plainfield high school. One first
pri'.e, two sei-ord prizes and three t.iild
prires will be given on children's ex
hibits. "( ox and Box," a laughable
farce, under the able direction of It. II.
i Tow risend, will le presented in the eveii
i mg w ith the follow ing cast of char
acters: Mrs. rtouneer. Miss Maude Bat
. cheldei ; Mr. Bov, printer. Bernard Hit m
rl; Mr. Co. hatter. Richard Strong. Mrs.
Inez Hart left, music committee. Dinner
,will b. served in the Methodist rlnnrli
at '.V per plate. Kntranec fee to fair,
pic; eening nterta iment, IV: light
refreshments in evening, pic. Pronienail
at close of entertainment.
Sneci.il offer till Nov. I: .our
of anv 10 double disc records from lin
stock on band
( ome early w hih
W. M. Williams
of SO records, for
the assortment i good.
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The "RcIiacc, Line System Will Light
Your Country Place By EleclricKy
It ill y n Uw-k ini th mTti M mir 9yitm.
rHi f NOT tn v 1 t-t rt ivri 1-3 r mi than ym
m u m . h.. Sirt. vur imhtiI rM at Trrm. or J. L. Arktrp, ftarra.
Interesting Reunion of Eighth Vermont
Rgiment Held.
The list annual reunion of the eighth
Vermont regiment was held heie Mon
day on the ."Sitli anniversary of the bat
tle of Cedar t reek. Captain Bowman of
Randolph was re elected prenident and
Dr. Clieter M. Fertin of Ls-e Junc
tion was re-elected secretary tor the lot h
time. Twenty five survivors of the regi
ment were plesent out of about liv
ing. Dinner was mm ted at Ciishmg hall
bv the W oman's Relief cot p and in the
a'ternoon the veterans pa 1 1 ipated in
the memorial exercises at the toon hull
tollowing the ib-dicat ion of a marker
erected t the birthplace, on the Apple-
! ton Mcintosh farm, of the late Irf neral
vti pheti Thomas, commn riding oltiecr of
the regiment.
K and Mis. H.-ibett M. M. -nth of ,
Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Thresh- j
er I hil.idi Iphia. were bete to attend I
the Thomas memorial eienises.
Miss BciiIhIi Hates, a teacher in South
liarre, spent Sunday with her friend,
Miss Allaita Day, at A. T. Beiiton'M.
There were only two days of school
last week. Monday, Oct. 1-' wa ob
served as a holiday anil Thursday and
Friday the teacher ail attended the
state teachers' convention at St, Johns
bury. Mrs. Kminii '1'aisey has rented a tene
ment in M. ,L Bailey's house and will
move in as soon us it is in order.
Mr. and Mrs, .lames Beaton spent Sat
urday in liarre,
Mrs. A. T. Beaton and Miss Mabel
Hall were elected delegates from the
Presbyterian Sunday school and Cecil
Pluinnier and Miss Kllen Hone from the
L". P. Sunday school t,o attend the state
Sunday school convention which meets
Wednesday, Thursditv ami Friday of this
week in Barre.
Mrs. Margaret Darling returned Sat
urday from Low-ell, Maf-s., where she
I has been visiting her son, Dr. V. K. Dar
A niimlsT from here attended the fu
neral of Mrs. .lames MeClure, which was
held Thursday at the home of her grand
son. Frank MeClure. at Bolton ville.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McLam of Con
cord, N. II., were in town Thursday and
Kriday, having come up to attend the
funeral of Mrs, McLam's aunt, Mrs),
.lames MeClure.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Spaulding, who
have finished the season at Lake Aver
ill, came Friday to spend a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. ,L I). McAllister Ire
fore going to Boston.
The ladies aid society of the Prea-
jbyterian church added $21 to their treas
ury as the result of the Harvest supper
given rnday evening.
The annua) offering for the work of
the nine boards of the church- was tak
en in the Presbvterian church Sunday
morning and amounted to over $111(1
Rev. John Lvtle is conducting a series
of meetings in the Limekiln school
house on alternate Sunday evenings
Last Sunday evening 37 were present
at the meeting.
. (;. Simpson lias returnetl from a
trip to Connecticut with a tine new Reo
touring car.
The South Rvegate baseball fans who
went to Boston to wess the worlds
series were r. fc.. Ingraliam. (.eralrt
Smith, Alex .f. Smith and 0. Rabaioli.
I TT.e two latter went from Boston to
Philadelphia via New York and have
not returned yet.
M. F. Sargent has rented the tene
ment in the Darling block vacated by
M. .1. Bailey to (icrahl Smith and is now
making extensive improvements in the
sa me.
There will be a Republican rally in
IJibson hall this evening, (let. 21. The
speakers will e Hon. James Donaway
of Middlebury and Robert Svmonds. at
torney, of St. .lohiisbury. There w ill be
good music. j
Miss Allarta Dav spent Saturday and
Sunday at her home in Orleans.
Mrs. B. II. Hooker ami baby daugh
ter of Biadford siient a few days with
Dr. (!. W. Darling last week,
Lee Brock, who recently purchased
Mrs. Abbie Arthur's house, is making
extensive repair on it prior to its oc
ciipan -y by John MeKinnon.
Miss Jean Smith of Woodsville is vis
iting at C. K. Kliason'a.
W, J. MiKillopp, assistant engineer
on the I". S. S. Hannibal, is spending a
month's furlough with his mother. Mr.
Km ma T.iisey.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. McColl and son,
Franklin, ami Mrs. N. A. Park took an
automobile trip Wednesday to Town-t-hend,
where they ent a couple of
days vvitli Mr. anil Mis. ('. S. Mills, re
turning Saturday. Mrs. Mills rarne back
with them.
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Brown returned
Sunday from an auto trip to the west
ern part of the state.
Mrs. W, A. steward has moved from
the J. D. McAllister tenement and is
staying with Mrs. W. C. I n v nl-on until
she can move to Brine, where Mr. Stew - i
aid i working at his trade as a stone
cutter. s. Mills is building a workshop at the
j toot of I rrry hill.
Master Charles Kerpan is ill with
chii ken-pox.
vuu neea
warm room to shave
and dress in. A Perfec
tion Smokeless Oil
Heater will warm any
ordinary room in a few
The Perfection is easily
portable; you can take
it to sitting-room, cellar
or attic any room
where extra heat is need
ed' and it is specially
convenient in very cold
The Perfection is economical,
too it burns only when you
need it. No coal, no kindling;
no dirt, no ashes. Good-look
ing ; easy to clean and re wick ;
d a cl.
T odorless and smokeless.
For tale at hardware and general store.
Look for the Triangle trademark.
New York
Two Candidates Up for Town Represen
tativeWilson and Waldo.
At a largely-attended Republican cau
cus iieht at tlie town nan raturaav at-
t moon, Stanley C. Wilson was unani
mously nominated as a candidate for
representative to the general assembly.
Nomination papers have been tiled tor
Fred C. Waldo as a candidate for rep
resentatives by the Progressive party
ami at a Democratic caucus held at S. V.
hall on Monday evening Mr. Waldo was
chosen as their standard-bearer for rep
resentative. The following union justice
ticket has been named by nil three
parties: John M. Comstock. (.'eorge f..
stow. Horace Moxley, Krdiv N. Bacon,
Hale K. Darling. Andrew L. Sprague and
Walter II. Beckwith.
JVath of
Tliilip Mutrhv
Removed Good
? il! ntot ttt
f'-r t wtf.
OiarU-s MilVmcll. A Mine llorisnn.
f!r ( i!lon. o.-ar lt-ntKtt end t.lenn
took lave gotie to Fa)t'n to work tot
tire lumber i-orrpanv.
tliatks . Alien, I Bh p tidrnt ; Nelson
Amrin. I: hI.!i.!; .rge W J v i.
I.if-fl fvi MjMi-ar : and Fred I.. P.aewr.
rel. p nd nt !! pnidx-an. hi Me l nnn.
n.atrofl ir tor t"n r-pr'i'ltie.
Mr, and Mr. W. It Stk..e. h,
W illium Sti-kiov and M- t:..it A
I.. r-n.- of t'ntland i ;-io -t St
tte tw l-.,i . .-t t 'I krt -re
. 'ilrrl .'run. t.nte bv a .Ji!.(..i ant .
I'hilip Miirpliy pad awsy at his
home I. re it. I. age.l 7'i tiara. Me
Iijvck a ie and evn ehildr.n. four
-oiis ami three iisiiglitits, as tullovv;
D.iviii t I ormtli. .lame of ra nilev ille,
William of Corinth. Mrs. Richard Far
ot West Ocianon. V H. Mr.. Fl
w a I'll Mnltaiiey of Redstone. V. H , Mm.
Charles l Unn of I .lanitev ille. 'I he
fsMiilv I conite .f l children. 1:1
oi I irtn r- ii-ivv lei-eaed. Mr. Mirplv
Imrn in s.( Putin k'. I. y.. Nov,
''. IMS, li r be spent his earlier
ev, nMitiiig tioni t'lere tnConnth. Me
pnet. unassuming ntiren and
rieigl;lKr snd inmli llove- by his fm
i'v n l s.ii int ocs.
rrmti 1,'r.f a let In mk
; u r or-4
r p ir.
Farmhouse and Ce Br ef Reubea
Wkittjker Burried.
lie tarmbniiM and enw -barn r fleu
hen A li ltaker in the Middle Mo!o
rif teirned to the ground at an early
l.i-ir M'ownv tvm im'v, lb anse tm vm
k.'?i. a tlie tire is s-ii-rio-.l to lie
srt t i an iir.ii... I , I.i,iI-t. Tit t'ir-ii-ti;r
.low iita,r was mit!v ivr, s; g
p.r in (W m vf-re tnirto-d. 7 1m
rs S ! . s to 1 V m it i a smsll inatit
.-. U.'urn V !ittk'r. a-el t vi-irv
tie f at li. r I t. .i'm-ii h tk' r. a
S i'I t tire I Vt ill unfit ( tlie
' L it Hi. V fe.nvir.
Miss Helen Bicker of Vershire was a
recent guest at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. A. T. Marshall.
Mrs. .Tennie Atwood and Mrs. Alice
lladley have closed their bouse on Ma
ple avenue and have returned to thejr
home in Roxbury. Mass., for the winter.
Farl IVivle. son of Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as .1. oylc. and Miss I. vie Fastman,
daughter of Mr. and Mr. John Fastman
of Washington, were married Sunday.
let. 11, by Kev. Mr. Hathaway of Wash
ington. They will make their home for
the present with the groom") parents.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Frank Smith have re
turned from a few day' visit at the
home of their son. Arthur Smith, of
South Randolph. j
lr. V. H, Kddy, optician from Bethel,
i in town for a few days professionally
and is stopping at the Orange County
hotel. ' ;
Hey. ,Iohn A. l-awicni-e is taking a
month's vacation and went last l
with Mrs. l-awrcm-e to Birston. to visit'
Miss Svlvia Comst'sk is having a few
months' vacation from her work a ste
nographer for Sargent. Osgood A Koimdv
of Kandolph and is the guest of her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. .lolin M. Comstork.
Mrs. Sarah Skinner and Jw-r aisfer,
Mis Mary Wills, have returned to their
home in t lie village after ending a few
weeks at their oil home on the west
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ballon, who re
side on the west hill, are having the
pleasure of a visit from their son. .toha
Ballon, who for several years has re
sided in Montana.
Miss Clara Boardway of Island Pond
arrived in town last week for a few days'
visit with friends.
Mrs. I'arilla Densmore died at her
home at the Densmore corner, so-culled,
Oct. 7. at the advanced age of K7 years.
The funeral was held from her late home
on Oct. !, Kev. A. H. Knright officiating.
ami interment was in the family lot on
the west lull beside her husband, whose
death occurred t years ago. She is sur
vived by her sou. ("Jeorge T. Densmore.
with whom she had lived since tlie death
of her husband and three sisters, Mrs,
lolm M. Flint and Mrs. Calista Hamlin,
of this town, and Mrs. Mary Spencer of
Clareinout. N. II.
There will la- a Republican .rally here
on the evening of Tuesday. Oct. 27. at
which t iie speakers will hr Horace F. (jra
ham of ( iafthiiry, who for the past
eight wars has Inen state auditor, and
is a candidate for re-election on the He
publican state ticket, and Charles "W.
iCatcs. the candidate for governor on the
liepiiblican ticket, and who has been for
many years the state highway commis
sioner. Both gentlemen are entertaining
speaker and a general invitation is ex
tended to the public to attend and hear
evening at 7 o'clock. The ladies' aid of
(iraniteville will help with the entertain
ment. Lunch will be served and admis
sion of 2.e for adults and 10c for chil
dren. Proceeds to go toward repairing
the chapel. Come and help the good
cause along.
There will lie p. it entertainment at the
olid lim k eh;' pel in I'ox vitle Friday
Special communication of Summit
lodge. No. 101, F. and A. M., Friday
evening at 7:3d o'clock. Work. M. M.
degree by the past masters. R. Kynoch,
W. M.
If your sums become sore they should hai
attention at once or you risk losina your tet;
By rubhinfi Om-Ilvgen thoroughly into the v
Bltoti with the nnprr, you will tind that it stmt
i.nue:ti' f-,ialiiiM wiH quirkly relieve the sorene
ftiid gradually harden the gumt ai they fthould b
"Tha Kind That Savet Teeth"
t alf strongly germicidal and prevent? die.
getma from entering the lyMem through th" mo-it!
I 're vent tnntrt decay. PulUhe teeth t the
natural whtteiiw. Keeps gold tilling? anrl crowi
bright, lii a delicious taste and e!ent tr
hrrath. ( ann-t rrden in or out of tube, l a;
flat on the truh. AH ingred'ents printed c
Uhel, Result tj ean ot re-earth bv a prati ir
Ientit. i ot no nure than otiiers at o
Druggist. Ju?t try a tube today.
To introduce the Puke line of Shirts, we are going to put
on sale this week Pure Wool Flannel Shirt.s that sell from
$2.50 to $.'.00 special price for this week, while they last,
25.) North Main Street
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