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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, December 22, 1914, Image 6

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Thursday night at 10 o'clock, the 24th of December, we close our store
for good. In the meantime our Big Auction Sale will be in progress. This
will be our last call to the public and also your last opportunity of buying
our goods at auction.
Arthur Ainalay wna a business visitor! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davison visited
In Tlainflcld Wednesday and TlmrHday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Martin of Kiiat Mont-
Mina Taylor and Edna Jackman spent pelier Sunday.
Friday in Barre. A daughter was horn Sunday, Dec. 20,
Eva Ainsley and Phyllis McDonald ar to Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Wheeloik.
t their homes to spend a two weeks' Roscoo Campbell, who has been sick, is
vacation. better and able to be out.
There will be a Christmas tree and ex- Robert Lowery and wifo are spending
ercises at the school bouse Wednesday Christmas week with the hitter's parents,
evening, Dec. 2.1. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence White.
r . rj. Jhirr and en naieii were m
Montpelier Saturday.
Dan McAuley has a job in Graniteville
Meeting of the Websterville Socialist Thcre wj a Christmas tree at the
local in G.ffueres hall Tuesday, Dec. 22, clnjrch ))(re xhurg(lay evening,
at 7:30. Business of importance. , Begaie Jacobg ig workillg for Mrs.
There will be a meeting of the Don- ' fw, nhin,, while th Litter is train-
aide elub in Giguere's hall, Wednesday, ing from the opcration she underwent at
Dec, 23. All members are requested to
Heaton hospital a few weeks ago,
Newell Slayton of Calais was in town
on business one day recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dailey visited Mr.
and Mrs. F. K. llorr Saturday.
Alice Bancroft hns returned from her
school and is having two weeks' vacation,
mid Stella Nelson of Spaulding, are at
home for the Christinas vacation.
Miss (iludys Richardson is working in
The four Barneys, high-class vaude
ville at Palace theatre Thursday even
ing, Dec. 24; good singing, dancing and which she is spending at her home
talking; admission, 15c and 10c. Ed Holmes and Ed Smith of Worcester
' were in town Friday and Saturday.
Martin Doc. 18 at the hoinejf the groom
on Mt. Hunger.
Frank Arnold of Montpelier is spend
ing the holidays with bis parents, Mr,
ami Airs, (diaries Arnold.
Miss Leda Smith came from her school
in Rochester Saturday to spend the
mt. ana iurs. j times r. icoit came yes- ,. ., ,r K. ... .nrjlltn,i
terday from their honeymoon trip and 0,lt nUpm,(.;, the quarterly meeting of
will reside in town. . t,le Mpt10(iiKt ci,urc1( held here lust
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spenu me noimuya at mr i.ome in owau- Mrfl Lpind (1in-orlI of North Pomfrct
1011. tH itavinrr will. Mr am) Tra A mna IjkUV.
Mise Jessie Parker is home from ;it fL u.i,;i
Montpelier, 1). M. Caswell from Boston.. Mra Vr, ' f r.nttu
and Miss Dorothy Cady from Burling- ',,.,,, to ,,,, the win,pr with hpr
'n. I rl.inrrlitnr tire A r4 lmr I nil vitt
Miss Martha Gilbert, lately appoint-I i," v' f tr,; wn. in iw. IWn.
ed postmaster at Randolph Center, is ai.-j catur,fn' ' ,!;,.; t ... ,h fn,.r,,i
graduate of Whitcomh high school, cluss 0f y fjVnla'n ,.t
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Seaver's Laxative Tonic Tablets Will
Produce Good Complexions
Among the many charms for which
women are especially noted, not one of
them is so quickly recognized and ad
mired as a good complexion.
Every woman, regardless of the sta
tion she may occupy in society, owes it
to herself, as well as her associates, to
and Mrs. Victor Valle. The mother is
well known as Jennie Rossi.
Mrs. I.uman Green returned last night
from Bellows Falls, where she has been
about four months.
Benjamin La mere of Ludlow, a Norwich
university student, was a guest over Sun-
idav of Ernest Pratt at the
W. D. C. Stickney of Rutland, W. O.
Belknap of South Royalton, and George
guest nt the home of Mrs. Mary Gibson
this week.
D. E. Penke was in Montpelier Satur
day on business.
Miss Florence Cutler visited friends
in Topsham a few days last week.
At the regular meeting of the grange
last Friday night, Pearl Richardson was
Mra. Ifattie (iove and daughter, Helen,
from liiirlingtun are spending a few days
Bascom w',n 'u'r mother, Mrs. M. M. Stiles.
The Christmas exercises will be held in
the M. E. church next Thursday evening.
There will be music and recitations and
A. Che'del of Rnndoliih. director of the , Christmas tree for the children.
National White River bunk, were here; M- M. Stiles, who was quite ill
There will be a Christmas tree and
accompanying exercises at several of the
churches Thursday evening.
The dry goods stores are keeping open
Miner, treasurer and Mrs. Lillian Rich
ardson, secretary, to take the places of
properly safeguard the beauties with some who resigned.
elected lady assistant steward, Frank e"r evening mis wecK.
ine annual meeting or me lire dis
trict is culled for Monday evening, Jan.
which nature has endowed her,
The inactivity of the liver and bowels
is the direct cause of pimples, sallow-
ncsa, mvddy skin, and the many other
Mrs. Nellie Mngoon is spending a few-
weeks in Barre with relatives.
There will be a Christmas tree and ex
ercises at the church on Thursday even-
blemishes common to a poor complexion. ; t0 whjch , ar( cordially invited.
. T - . T ' , TJ ' L' T A V A TCIIM? TV ' I ("1 Till ! V
LETS are largely composed of dan
delion, and any physician will tell you
last week, is more comfortable just no
Miss Carrie Streeter spent a day in
Montpelier last week, as did K. M. Ayers.
If. J. Eaton from Northlield Falls has
opened a grocery store in the building
known as the H. B. Avers building.
Mrs. E. K. Hutchinson of Barre spent
last Friday with Mrs. M. J. and Ada C.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence are
the happy parents of a daughter bom
last wei'k.
Freddie Parsons, who has lroen quite
ill with pneumonia, is reported a little
there is nothing better to create a
healthy condition of the skin and com
Donald Richardson, Harlie Whiteomb,
Will Chamberlain, and Harry Blake
plexion. A 25-cent package of these' . ,f,,f.;,, ,ouf u .j;i0 n;(.t
V'"V- . 7 " '""f. to attend a Red Men's banquet,
for a fair trial, and your money will j Mjsg Ruth BruM) ig gt hpr
be cheerfully refunded by Red CVoagi ...,..,.,.
Pharmacy, Frank Roark, or S. C. Voodry
A. Co., if you are not greatly benefited
by their use.
Do not delay, but give SEAVER'S
trial and you will agree that all our
claims are absolutely true, Advt.
Several ladies met at the home of Mrs.
TV F Clllllil lust Tm..u,1.iv u ft,. r, t,i lu.Hor
Key. a. .1. ixru or tne i iieoiogicHi sem- , ,lr,rise her and remind her that she had Mrs. Walter Johnson of Montmdier
inary nt Bangor. Me., is at home for the , just pilHh(1(, an(,tl.r birthday. They en- ! spent a day with her parents last week.
Christmas vacation. u n;i n,iu r.f ,.,,r-,u n.l .r..u,l .' uu n t r.r. U..1,,,.,. u,
refreshments, alter which they departed, Inst week with her sister, Mrs. M. .1.
leaving many good wishes and substan- L'lJiinson, returning home last Saturday,
tial gifts. Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Fejland have re-
There will be a meeting of Good Will j turned from Middlcbury, where they
grange next .Saturday evening ami a . spent last week
mock trial will be lielj during the lec
turer's hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown were in
Woodstock with Mr. and Mrs. IS. W.
Roberts from Thursday until Saturday.
Harrison Kill and Miss Sadie Tucker
were united in marriage by Rev. V. M.
home in
Williamstown for a week's vacation.
Miss Bernicc Magoon, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Magoon, and Mrs. Nellie Magoon
were in Barre last week to attend the
funeral of Charles Smith.
Miss Shirley Gauthier of Montpelier
seminary, Clarence Curtis of Godilard,
George A. Snow from VTaternurv vt-
ite.l at the home of Mr. and Mrs1. C. H.
Robinson last Saturday.
Mis Ada Robinson is now able to be
out a little.
John Hogan, who has been ill some
time, is now able to be out.
Buy Him This Christmas Joy Today
Give that man a pound of Prince Albert for Christmas. Buy it
today and be sure you'll have it. Give it to him in this corking
fine crystal-glass humidor. It's all ready to put under the tree so
he can pounce on it, easy. You'll only have to write your name on
the tag to get his everlasting appreciation and he'll start joyward
with the first pipeful, or the fine-flavored cigarette he'll roll with
Mrs. Laura J. Tracy went last week to
Huston, where nhe will spend the holi
days with her daughter, Miss Lyle Tracy,
and friends.
News from the Mary Fletcher hospital
from Dr. Frank 11. Godfrey, who went
there for an operation last week, is to
the effect thut the operation was suc
cessful and the outlook is for it speedy
Airs. S. V. Avery, who Iimk liecn stay
ing with her winter, Mrs. Rose Bixby,
since last summer, went last week to
l'liiinlield, N. V., where she makes her
Mr. und Mrs. Henry Clark entertained
at their home on the west hill last week,
the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Hugh
Clark, and children of Berkshire, !
E. Alono Taylor who has been stop
ping with his daughter, Mrs. George
D. Lyford, in South Washington during
the past three weeks, returned Saturday ,
to his homo in Barre. !
C. I. Hood of lowell, Mass., was in
town lor a few days recently and was
tlio guest of his brother, William F.
Hood. I
Wallace H. Sanborn had the misfor-1
tune to have his horse drop dead while
returning from the village to his home
near the bobbin shop last luesday morning.
Mrs. Annie Perkins left last week for
Bridgeport, Conn., where she intends to
spend the winter with her cousin, Mrs.
George W. Jackman.
Sheriff E. W. Kent was in town IiiBt
Wednesday and took two respondents
who were sentenced at the present term i
of court, John Cote to Windsor and Nic
ola LaRusso to Rutland, where they were !
omnutted to the state prison and
house of correction, respectively.
there will be a Christmas tree at the
Congregational church, Thursday even
ing, Dec. 24, and a tree at the South
W ashington church Friday evening, Dec.
with appropriate exercises by the
children at each place.
Deputy Sheriff George A. Tracy and
Probation Officer W. H. Sprague were
in Bethel recently and took Ieon E.
oine, a probationer, back to Chelsea for
lolatmg the terms of his probation and
before Judge George L. Stow he entered
plea of guilty, and was sentenced to
the state industrial school during the re
mainder of his minority. He was com
mitted to the institution last Thursday 1
by i onstable iuy r.. -Martin ot williams-town.
News has been received here of the
death of Mrs. Martha Stanley Allen at
her home in la Crosse, Wis., on Satur
day, Dec. 12, after a long illness with
heart trouble. She was the widow of
the late Nelson D. Allen and was a
former resident of this town, being the
daughter of the late E. B. Stanley. She
is survived hy one brother. Charles E.
Stanley of Washington, who with his
wife, left immediately for La Crosse to
attend the funeral.
Col. H. O. Bixby. who has been in the
mercantile business here for the past
twenty years, has decided to retire and
commenced last Saturday a closing-out
sale at greatly reduced prices. He has
engaged W. M. Parker of Montpelier to
manage this sale, which will Ire continued
until the entire line of goods and store
lixtures are sold.
Mrs. Laura T. Berry went last Satur
day to Barre to spend the winter with
her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Ordway and the
latter's sister. Mrs. J. D. Lnne, went last
week to Mr. Ordway's farm on the West
Corinth road to remain for a time to get
a taste of a Vermont winter "on the
The many friends in this vicinity of
K. M. Harvey of Montpelier will read
with pleasure that he left last week, ac
companied by his wife, for Florida to
sjend the winter.
Slaughter Sale
Everything Marked Down
Bath Robes
Suit Cases
Cuff Links Stick Pins
and all other merchandise too numerous
to mention at the
Barre Clothing Store
171 North Main Street, Now in the Hands of the
Frank McGill, Manager
Merry Christmas
This is the Christmas Slipper store!
No two ways about it, as we've every
thing in Slippers for everybody!
the national joy smoke
This P. A- humidor is wore
than just a Christmas package
it's a good -will offering two
ways. It shows good will, and
it never fails to get it from the
one remembered. Oh, but it's
a fine package of fine smok
ing, that satisfies the keenest
smokappetite ever! There's no
tongue torture in P. A. The
burn and sting you think un
avoidable are taken out of P. A.
by a patented process that lets a
man smoke all day and night
with never a regret Just ask
for P. A. in the crystal-glass
humidor at any store that sells
tobacco also in pound and
half-pound tins, as well as in
the tidy red tin. 10c, and tha
teppy red bag, 5c.
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Andrew Camp is at (i rover Smith's for
tlie winter.
I'iin "nip. wlio has been atteniing
the hiirh School nt South Kovulton, i
at home duriiitf vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie McT'hetreg have
been vikitin friend in Uraintree the
past week.
Mr. and Mr. t harlen lirewster fame
from MatKaehiirtetU to visit tlieir nioth-
rr. Mr. I.iicind.i lirewster, who hag been
very ill niili pneumonia, but i now re-
Slierilf K. V. Kent is in lloton on le-
pal jiisinesji. j
A Urpe part of t lie milk in this !e
tion i gathered daily and sent to 1km- j
ton. to help that market.
Mr. and Mr. Waiter (iifTord have a !
10-Ib. hoy ami are quite pleased a it !
i the first innle h-ir in the Hall and
(.ilToH famili. Miss Nellie ltilliiia
is earinjr for Mn. tiilTord.
Sun. .lone is quite ill and I r atoned
with pneumonia. .
Mrs. Robert U opera ha lHen quite ill. 1
bnt is eonvalesrinp. I
i lie running wutrr at Iiiit lounp a hav
ing failed, he baa dug a well Mar his
barn and inb'nda to pump water for hia
Santa Claus Always Gets
His Slippers Here!
We've Slippers in all styles and for
every member of the family.
Our Slipper Show is so large that we
dare not attempt a description of the
many styles.
We have certainly the handsomest
Slippers that are made, and we are show
ing many styles you'll not be able to find
in other stores!
Tilden Shoe Co.,
The House of Better Shoes
Two hundred Heavy Boys' Suits, which we offer
at the following prices for this week only:
Boys' $4.50 Suits at $3.19
Boys' $5.50 Suits at 3.69
Boys' $6.50 Suits at 4.19
The sizes run from 5 to 18 years.
255 North Main Street
The union Sunday rhoo and p-anpe
n unite in a joint 1.nttriaa tree Wed
nesday tiifht in pranpe hall, Kerjlo.)T
in it d.
Snita on Prohibition and Alien Labor
Brought BMore Federal Judge.
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of Solid Gold and Diamond Jewelry, which
you will find superior to poods of this kind ,
ever sold in Barre. We invite you to inspect
and compare our poods and prices with oth
ers. All poods enpraved without coft to you,
W. H. Goodfellow & Son
211 No. Main St.
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A. Vo Beckley
Dealer in Pa-rt-s 0!.s W.He Ix-ad, Vre;?hes Wall
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46 Main Street
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