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'THE HA RUE DAILY TIMES, UAKUE, VT., TrrUJlSDAr, NUVKMIIKJI IV, 1014..
RICES That Speak Louder Than PROMISE 51 are what the buying public receive at the LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY'S Great Bona Fide. Mark Down Manufacturers' Sale of the Celebrated D. Adler & Sons, Fruhauf and Rhodes Ripley Company's o Never a dull minute at 158 North Main St., Barre, Vt. r c o a Thanks, always busy. Suits $10.00 Suits .. ........ $5.95 $12.50 Suits 7.95 $15.00 Suits 9.65 $18.00 Suits 12.65 $20.00 Suits 14.45 $25.00 Suits. 18.65 $30.00 Suits 21.50 $1.50 Dress Shirts 1.23 $1.00 Dress Shirts 69 Overcoats $10.00 Overcoats ...... $6.95 $12.50 Overcoats 7.95 $15.00 Overcoats 10.65 $18.00 Overcoats 13.65 $20.00 Overcoats 14.95 $25.00 Overcoats 18.65 $30.00 Overcoats 23.50 50c Dress Shirts 39c 50c Work Gloves ...... 42c Rain Coats $5.00 Kenyon Raincoats. $3.35 $7.50 Kenyon Raincoats. 4.95 $8.50 Kenyon Raincoats . 5.95 $10.00 Kenyon Raincoats 7.95 $12.50 Kenyon Raincoats 9.65 $15.00 Kenyon Raincoats 10.50 $18.00 Kenyon Raincoats 12.65 50c Work Shirts ...... . 42c $1.00 Union Suits 89c Mackinaw Coats $5.00 Mackinaw Coats. .$3.95 $7.50 Mackinaw Coats. . 4.95 $10.00 Mackinaw Coats. 7.65 $12.50 Mackinaw Coats. 9.65 $5.00 Sweaters ........ $3.89 $2.50 Sweaters 1.85 Miscellaneous Bargains 60c Overalls . $1.50 Union Suits $2.00 Union Suits $2.50 Union Suits $1.50 Flannel Shirts $2.50 Flannel Shirts $1.00 Flannel Shirts 85c Overalls $1.00 Dress Shirts 50c Dress Shirts 49c $1.23 ; 1.65 2.19 . $119 2.19 . . . .89 ... 79c .39 3y ,, if j wmw4Wmmw NORTH MONTPELIER I RANDOLPH I niMfll TO Onnnn flM I BETHEL I gt .t.,- , .rp.,, - --.- f mi if i pi i.v WKi-nii I s . jsn . i lfll LLu 01 IILAU Ull An Old, Family Cough Remedy, Home-Made Ea.Hr Prepared Coat. Very Little, bat I. Prompt, Sore ad Effective By making this pint of old-time cough syrup at home you not only save about (2, a compared with the ready-made kind, but you will also have a much more rrompt and positive remedy in every way. t overcomes the usual coughs, throat arid chest Colds in 24 hours relieves even whooping couch quickly and is excellent, too, for bronchitis, bronchial asthma, hoarseness and spasmodic croup. Get from any druR store 2V4 ounces of Pinex (50 cenis worth), pour it into a pint bottle and fill the bottle with plain frranulatcd suirar svrup. Full directions with 1'inex. Keeps perfectly and tastes Rood. You can feel this take hold of a pouch or cold in a way that means business. It ouicklv loosens the drv. hoarse or pain ful cough and heals the inflamed mem branes. It also baa a remarkable effect in overcoming the persistent loose cough lv stopping the formation of phlegm in the thront and bronchial tubes. The effect of I'ine on the membranes is known by almost every one. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of Pennine Norwav pine extract combined w ith guaiacol and other natural healing pine elements. There are manv worthless imitations of this famous mixture. To avoid dis appointment, ask your dnipgist for "2tt ounces of I'inex," and do not accept any thing else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wavne. Ind. George Vincent of Plainfield is finish ing Theo. Clark s new tenement house. Mrs. St. Whiteomb was at her home i.l Plainfield over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Kniipp of Plain field have rented Theo. Clark's new house and will move in as soon as it is com pleted. Mrs. Maggje Lawless lias been ill for the past few days. II. J. Conant vinited at Worcester, Mass., over the week end. Misses Betsey and Elsie Clark have been spending a few days at the home of their brother, Orlando Clurk, in East Montpelier. (ieorge Daniels was a business visitor in Windsor the last of the week. George Daniels has sold his farm to Miss Margaret Loan left Wednesday for Sharon to visit her sister, Miss Kuthella, who is teaching in that town for the fall term. Miss Margaret is taking a short vueation from her duties at the office of the Randolph telephone exchange. Mrs. Stone of Xorthfield arrived here on Wednesday for a several days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard. Mrs. Irvin Ohndwick, who has bertt in the north part of the state this week on a visit with friends, returned Wednes day to remain a few days with Silas Chadwick and Mrs. Lucius Goodheart be fore going to her home in liouton. Rev. and Mrs. (J. O. Howe, accom panied by Mrs. K. A. Shattuck, left early Wednesday morning for New York Purlington parties and purchased the i a(l this morning took a steamer for farm of Leon Kelley, of which he will j Florida, where they go to pass the w in take possession and move into as soon as possible. Owing to some slight repairs having to lie made on the boiler, the mill did not run Tuesday. SOUTH CABOT. W. J. Houghton was one of the lucky hunters last Monday, shooting a with six points. James Needham lias returned from his visit to Peacham. Charles Scribner lost a valuable work ttr at Ueiand, where the Howes own a bungalow. Carl McAllister of Poston Is in town this week, the guest of his sifter, Mrs. Alice Pniee, for a few days. The less than a year old son of Mi, and Mrs. Dennis liarcomb who live In the Howard blink, died at an early hour on Tuesday and the burial was made Fr. O'Don- ng. I here are seven children, two others of whom are ill, and investi- gittions are being made as to the cause j of their illness. It was at first Oiought that the chiM who died sullerert trom i .v i on Wednesday morning, Rev. Fr I nel! officiating. There are seven i p3h horse Tuesday morning one of a pair. j11(li,,.,,tj0, a he had convulsions, but Gilbert and Fred Needham of Peacham were guests of W. J. Houghton Tues day. We have an Up-to-Date Line of Fall and Winter SUITS AND OVERCOATS at Reasonable Prices SUITS from $8.00 to $22.00 OVERCOATS from .$12.00 to $50.00 AMERICAN CLOTHING CO. 23. North Main Street the real esuse has not leen determined. A nurse has been called and all care is lieing taken of the family at present. Edward Gregory has ..en engaged by the Vermont linking Co. of White River Junction to succeed David Adams on the team which comes here twice a week, and he will take the position soon. Mr. Jennings, a former man in this pince, take his jdace temporarily. ! Mrs. Morton O'Prien of Hineshurg is ill with infantile are paralysed.. paralysis. 1'with limbs BODYANDFACE Never Had Night's Rest. Clothing Irritated Eruption and Pained. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Didn't Have One Pimple Left. 6 Myrtle St., New Haven, Conn. "My skin Itched on my body and face which mada me scratch and after I stopped scratching the skin remained very red. Hard little pimples also came out where. I scratched. I never had a night's rest and as I continued scratching the plmplra spread and got worse. After a month white points appeared on them. My cloth ing irritated the eruption on my body arid gave me pain. Many nights I did not sleep; I could not move In bed for if I did they got worse. "I used ' 1 . . 1 and many kind at ointment but they did not help my trouble. It was all money lost. I then sent for a froc sample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and after I had used them felt a little better so I bought mora. I bathed In hot water and the Soap morn Ing and night, afterwards dried and applied the Ointment. After three months' treat ment I didn't bare one pimple left. (Signed) Miss Robs Coosfglo. Apr. 2, 1914 Samples Free by Mail Although the Cuticura Knap and Oint ment are most nurressful in the treatment of affection of the nktn, sralp, hair and hand, thry are also moot valuable fur everyday use In the toUet. tai h and nursery, because they promote and maintain the health of the skin and hair from infancy to aire. Sold every where. Liberal sample of each mailed fnm, with 31-p. ekln Hook. Adlnas post-canl "Cuticura. Dept. T. Uurtoo." WEST TOrSIIAM Your Furnace Starts All By Itself with the Auclo Furnace Clock I He in a warm boue. A cl'xk with simple attachment that anyone can connect. WHEX Vol' BANK Villi riKH. wind the eloik et it f'r the time you mint yur furnsee started the ti.it morning. IN THK VORNIXf THE Al'CU automatically i-n drafts, rkw door. WARMS THK IK 'OK P1F"EE YU g.i up-then go rina r!lar. pit coal on for the day. That's all. 1 ir Mem. lt t'T and hot-air furnaces TOR SALE BT W. J LOCGRHEED ft CO, 3Z.V, No. Main Mre,t, fcrrr. Vt Iriee: i.7i. toal mmMr.g sj lot it. J&P CONSTIPATION 03 COMFORT? k Tlier ran b9 m-ither comfort nor rooi Iiealth where constipation eits. Jior eople sufler from this cause at intervals, many arerhronie victims. r-ttan-ely enouli, tl, ol !-tirm reme dies fur tais very rointuon tomrla;! t Were nauix'iitinjf dws and m rxim'enul John Wilds has returned from the Earre City hpital, very much improved health. There has leen a rumor that the Mape line from here to 1 at I'.srre is alwut to chance hand. Rev. Lk i IVt-r pave his cnneripa tion a fplendid liC'Mir"M" lat Sunday from the tft fi.und in Matt. IS "What"- that tlicy ottn made tLe condition wome ' ver a mas oeth. thst hll he aleo than Im lore. 1 ticn they wore cut in tiiejr eflmt so tli at it was tieeay to tale a larger and larpcr he. Tl efirt attempts at improvrnieiit aotttht Ut n,ake the dM- niore i-alatalde but t. dismi.se tl-e tate the sir was increased and refuiti were uriatifa1oty. In this stiff of pmn wss it n irppo -1 le that ditvl reenililin; hore iirf-di'in shmill coritimie to taken tT liomas) being. In tit nrw Isiaure, J'irikli, in f.n-nUd daii.ty, snar-f oaul barJly larer U.ati a tram of rmtsrd. t' st is fre f"wn oriph a-atit e.Te ta, dnee ( Allx-rt X. Xewell has learned of the death of his brother, Leonard W. Xewell. Vf hterday inorninf; at Oaysville, after a limp illness with diabetes. The deceased was the eldest of several sons of the late Joseph Xcwjll, who lived to an ad vanced ajze and died about 10 years ago in .South Sto-kbnde. The deceased was one of the leaders in the independent movement which twice resulted in the nomination of l W. Clement for gov ... . i .-.tr emor. Jiia wue survives mm. v. n. Xewell of Stockbridire is a brother and the late Augustus Xewell and Julius Xewell were brothers. The aemi-anniuil convention of the White River District Sunday School as sociation was held at Barnard yester day with a pood attendance. K. L. Mil ler of East Barnard 'presided and Mrs. II. W. Dutton of Royalton was secre tary. The program consiited largely of reports of several features of the recent state convention in Barre by the persons who were at that convention, the speak ers Wing Mix Ma Lewi of Royalton, Mrs. W. M. Wright of White River Junc tion, E. C. Clifford. Miss Mary Warren and Miss Leonard of Xorth Pom fret. The Metliodist school in Pittsfield was awarded the bannsr for best percentage gains in membership and attendance, Ri vmond Washburn and Mr. Sawyer were among t hose who went from here. The compressor is now being set up in the new power house at the quarries. John Keleher was in Burlington yes terday to sttend a meeting of the Dem ocratic state committee, at which it is understood that pending federal appoint ments were the chief topics considered. The memliers of the senior class are tchearsing for muicale which they ex pect to give early in IVcember. Mr. and Mrs. ( ha ties X. Brown were in fJajsville Tuesday evening to attend a longregHtional ciuinti fair. The carcass of a buck, estimated to weigh 2ini jKiiinds, was found hung on a wire fence in East Enosburg last week. When You Want a Thing Don Right, Do It Yourself The man who wants his tobacco cut up for him months before he smokes it, just to save a minute's time, cannot blame the manufacturer because the tobacco gets dried up, bums fast in his pipe and scorches his tongue. There's only one way to get freth tobacco cut it up your self at you use it, from the Sickle plug. Then you get all the original flavor and moisture that have been pressed into the plug and kept there by the natural leaf wrapper and you are rewarded by a cool, sweet, satisfying smoke. Every day more smokers are coming back to the good old Sickle plug and satisfaction. Buy a plug of Sickle at your dealer's and note how much more tobacco you get, when there's no package to pay for. 3 Oqnces Slice It as uso it an tif npeet t! elorr.a. h r.r rr;r , . . . rr.tly ' vnJntlnVUw-tn. " "V I-.iAi.-ts rfic-ftina and a s '"-"J r''f- fwyl tt Use a w r i iii rocai. ",-m ue r.t,kl-ts nr4 ynn w.;i rr-r return to a't, cd an! Iarh j orrati" V"r own ?m;-r am ;.'tt'w',H rirlh-t rr twy w i I a - ty ttf -I, ly t e I' V ,." rr Miit4 Co . N i'Tw -ts 'y, Y , at V et i j-t bwlUo. bend i r l'f fi.l In jLki. res p. Iluby lirsdley of Bnrre. now a ti-aih-er st Kat Bsrrr. riil'd Mrs. ( (tester Illicit attiJ other friends and form-r pu pils lTe Ut SstHrdsy, returning to her x (tol Montlay mut iuiip. The danee st ahtolliOfie hull Ut Friday mpht. with the Italian f (test ra J foT music. faif?y well attended, thotiph the wetlier w unfa vorslde. IV-eT hiintilig ermtiniies to ! pu!ej aitli eott-xiers I4e ur'r in t! is vwiixty, but f.ot nre thsn a hlf flon lse Jtt. siii th'" were ft CKAMIIVILLE. V I tt-Tl i'ii' (.. t . ' t " V r.J Iv Im . li,iy j-i.if ti i!'th J !n!r-tftt t Im-s ft- 1 RES1N0L CURED AWFUL ITCHING IN ONE NIGHT Kw York. TU sin on my nsnj roi red and rou?h. It iuhed and I Wvan to scratch it It itched so that ometinvs I could Hot alw p all ttiliL I was Buffering very much. I B"d salve and , tut they d.J aent t help me. This went oa for ix or aeTea moot ha. Then I triej KwiD4 Omtmer and Tvesinol 8ap. I used thera one night. la the wiorning, ta f aorprise, my band waa all will and th troui.la has never returned. Tlis 1 t'w s'Bte truth" (S,pe!) Vis fell RU-iamaa, CI Columbia t-U, Xothirg we ran Say f Hesinol ens's vhat tlx-m. sarh as Miaa KU-inntsa. atv f it. It d s its work bm-.I.t, e t and at l.Hle est. If yea ars aiSTirg f ra Mia trmiHl. vbr 4nt Tnl try liol O.rtmee.t and ' "1 hoar- " 'rial se, free, write t Tfc-.t KtL I.w w.L ruaors. Hi. fcoid ty a:i trufx sta. Wire Up nd be up-to-date. If you do not nss electricity, you are not modern. If you do not rrogrese, you retrograde. Thern is no standing still. Ws will furnish ELECTRIC SLTPLIES for store, home, or factory. THE BARRE ELECTRIC CO r PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture trrTaalKa A,D MCfAsRD ltn4LMI rrrOT ARBS tj jH Til.pt u ; y P Fun, S2M Mr. rmrrr. tH4 Mr. Smmw. UM I ra 5 1THE LANG JEYfELRY AND OPTICAL COMPANY Hate Taken Oier the Balance f the M. I Aiken Stftk and Will Hold Ocinz Auction Sales Thursday, Friday and Saturday Afternoons and Evenings in the Merlo Block. Don't fail to improve thi lat cpportunitT to frrure valuable holiday tiff at jocr on prire. J We have aUo reopened the M 1. Aiken Store at the fld ftand. 315 Nrrth 3Iain flrett. and will trlinue to mII Walthes I)iamendjt, Jewelry and Slbcrnare, at the preafet Mcrifice J ocr knorni in the history of Barre. Don't mis thi urtat opportunity. We need the moruj. Our Ik i jr-ar rain. X Vcrr reptfunyf ' t t LANC J EWE LBV & OPTICAL CO, uctrt to L I Aikm I HtWHMttHtmtmtttHHmHttMMtHMttMtHMWtMmMHtMHtmtHmmmtMtmtMMtmW4HMltHWmWMtMtttS