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22 Homer Fitts Co.
Incorporated , . "The Store Where Quality Counts" There's Real Comfort in Knit Underwear If you choose the right kind, it should retain its shapeliness throughout a season's wear. Our under wear does because its care ful fashioning enables it to follow the natural lines of the body. Complete Assortment of "Garter's" and "Fitrite1 Knit Underwear Famous for Fit and Service are here in all wanted styles and weights. Union Suits and Under vests Bodice tops, low necks and no sleeves, cuff and loose knees. Sizes 36 to 46. 39c to $2.25 Underwear for the Kiddies The kind that always meet with .mother's ap proval. Made of dependable fabrics, in all wanted styles. Warner's "Ferris" and "Pearl" Waists For Boys and Girls 59c to $1:00 Children's Muslin Underwear Drawers, Slips and Petticoats 39c to $2.25 The Granite City Co-operative Creamery Association, Inc. All those who hae signed up for the new cream ery or will sign up are asked to meet in Worthcn hall Saturday evening, July 24, at 8 o'clock, to hear the report of the directors. Everyone try to be present and put this thing over the top. G. E. STACY, President. Raincoats and , Umbrellas Seem to Have Call Have you looked over the lines that we are offer in If not it will pay you to do so. The prices will interest yuu. 0"he; Frank McWhbrter Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES VT., FRIDAY.; JULY 23, 1920, ' ; r THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920. The Weather. Tlmnrlnr affirms nntlinlllv fn'tliffht and Saturday ; liirlit to moderate winds, mostly south. V TALK OF THE TOWN For -adv. MONTPELIER bargains attend Shea's tale. i;i)ilirn'g hats to om at half piite. Mr. Hfriiie, 4 Laurel street. .Mrs.' Lizzie .Davis of I'lainli-.-ld was brought to the City hospital yeU'rday for treatment. We take great ' pleasure In serving you the best ice cream soda. Cum m biff g and Lewis. adv. Bella Berini of Seminary stnrt left last night for Quincy, Mass., where she has obtained a position. Fflrm.H. Hmi't. netrlpfft meetinc of co-operative, creamery Saturday, night. important Business. aov. Harvev Burnham of East Calais un derwent an operation for appendicitis at the Barre hospital Wednesduy aft ernoon. Be sure to pet youf hare of the eood thincs which are now beina served at Cnmmings and Lewis' foun tain. adv. Mrs Rimer TWnrtln of Xfarnhfield is onnfinnH in ihn div hnMnial for A few days, having entered there Wednesday lor ireaimeni. All members of the Meadow Brook Golf club are requested to play their weekly tournament on Saturday. J, Fraser, secretary. Kenneth Onle of 20 Tremont street, who is spending the summer with his family at Groton pond, spentk the day in Barre on business. Miss Nina M. Burr of Mention, Mass., who has been spending two weeks at the home of Ah3 Cordiner of Hillside avenue, returned to her home to-day. Henry Kasola of the Exei'ur Gran ite Co." arrived at his home here lant night, after an extensive trip through the west, going as far west as Arkan sas. Mrs. Frank Lascor of West street, who underwent an operation tor ap pendicitis at the Barre City hospital Monday morning, is steadily- improv ing. , Arthur L. Tierce, formerly manager of the Direct Importing Co. 'n thw city, whs among the group of Odd Fellows who made a stop in Barre last night on their way to Canada. Mr. and Mr. Dan McCarthy and two children of Milford, Mu., are Mopping with Barre relatives for a week or so. Mr. McCarthy will be remembered as a lineman here a few years aj?o. Frank MeCormack of the Marsh Au tomobile company of (leveln-.id. O., who has been isiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Me Cormack, of Hillside avenue, returned fn Cleveland today. William M. Rose of Boton. one of the proprietors of the Walter B. Snow Advertising agency in Boston, was in town yesterday on business. He, to gether' with his wife, is piissing a va cation at his former home in Turling ton. Case A Gace's office will close at no.. n V nesdav. .uiv .if, or two I week.- Oflice hours on that date are: j Jure, 9 to 10 a. m.: Mortjielier, 10 to iji a. ni. Notice will be imen in twj j c, ks when the regular hours will be ' gin. adv. Mrs. S. C. Smith and Mrs. Harry ' Hulhert and son. Waite. jf Worcester, 1 Mass., have been visiting for the paot week at the home of Mr. and Mr. .lobn ! H. Kelley. of upper Prospect street, the j ! former beiiic sister and niece, rcspec- i i tiely, of Mrs. Kelley. -j I Arthur Ainsley of Trow hill submit-j 'ted to a serious eve opera! i in at tlie i City hospital yesterday. Mr. Ainsley s ; eye was daniHged a week ago while! i chopping wood at his home, a f icce of I ! wood living to his left eye and inflict-: 1 ing serious injuries to the sight and : eyeball. ' F. K. Lewis, long ajfo resident of 1 Barre. returned to this city las', pipht from Windsor, to renew aequ.iintsm-es with several of his old frii'iuU, but found that bv far the creator iijit of them had scattered, if not for good, at least for the summer. Mario Monti of Vonkers. N. Y.. who has been viaitinj: with friend in the Barre Italian colony for the pt two week, left lat night for New York City to resume work as a crpnite let ter' cutter. !. IVIagatta of 1'iUsbiirg. Ph., joined him on his trip and upecU to work in New York with Mr. Monti. A grand array of field sports, in' hid ing races, jumping, golf competition, shooting, Uoit. five-M-sidn football championship of Vermont. IIiIiImkI dancing, dancing, etc.. with upwards of MfH in prizes, at the ( Ian picnic at Caledonia park, Saturday, duly 31. The Bsrre Pie and Drum mnl will lc present and Carroll's orchetr.i v. ill play for dancing. Iefrehiients on the grounds. Special cars. a I v. Tark commissioners are r.ciidering at present whether or not t. t.nt a sieii near the public drinkin foun tain in the city park which niiciit in form the pulilie that the fountain was erected for drinking .mrpara only. Qnitr recently men hive ietii seen washing their hand at the fountain, children dabbling about it. i.r.l "til! others, travelers, were seen running their teeth there. In citing his side of the atnry. Wal dus Benirton of .V, Bstdicldcr treet. whose Kex rr wa forred down r"er an embaiiknietit Sunday flight. vttic rrrri-t an impnssion tlmt h was blame for the collision with the Villa car. He ys he was -in thw right hand side of the road jnd the other ar was proceeding in the or track H that in failina to turn out iikI ..ili the rear w heel on the I -ft iiand I ids of the other car WfcM wit'i tht front wheel on' the rijrht hsnd side of ; the Bmpston rar. forcing llie Ut'er car j oer a small Incline. j Jacob Ferrari ol ewton tret to's ( morning broueht in'o Harre city court on a warrant isucd bv Stste's ; Attorney K. T!. Iai. whi h allid him I with thiVe other yoims nea in win- I dew breskmc campaien on N-c.-th Main street Satnrtsy. April S. when tlte old Whitcon'b plant ae-d the t'ola biiild irg suffered severely fmni the l.ss cf g!s. Ferrari, like tb .'th.-rs, was rhsryed with maliciuly tf-stroyng property and. after plead;-! g.i It v. fined 1 and costs of T. wlih he paid. Th"rh he deni -d he hid left tnwn v-au c-f this affsir. he had Wn mi!ng s'nre shortly aftr (I event. .nH nlared under rir-t lat I i v.. Minrn f rom St. Alhan learscd y the p.dt. A tfi!r ietnB nt 1. O. Fnri-'tett 1 Wort hen luill thi.ete t lulv iX a T to ; I t-t all iwirhfi r-e i The finance committee of the Mont- pelier city council recently was au thorized to retake the census in Mont pelier'Biid this' week they let the con tract, tn riiurW riff. Hiinirnft. to re take ward three, in which there was a loss of zln names. Congressman l or ter H. Dale was here -Thursday and called Mr. Bancroft to the hotel for a conference with him on the matter, with the result that Mr. Bancroft re ceived advice as to how to take the census and the need to have it com peted in onick time. Mr. Bancroft this morning commenced his work and hopes to complete the taking of the census by next Wednesday, several persons in ward three have reported that their family was not enumerated when the census was taken. William R. and Addio Georee have sold their place to John Docherty. A hearing took place in probate court Thursday relative to the settlement of Ellen Gleason as executrix of the es tate of C. J.'Glcason, late of Montpel ioi TIia will of Marv Peek, late of Montpelier, has "been proven and A. D. Farwell appointed administrator, wun will annexed. XV. G. Hastings, state forester, will co to Keene. J. xl., to-uav ana mis . , i . . .1 ii 3 - evening and uaiuraay anenu a orain enee of the New England section of the Im.rli'in Korestera' association, at which the technical men in that work will attend and several will be speak ers. From the 27th to 30th, he will be in Grande Mere, P. Q., where he will attend a moeting of the aociety of Foresters. There will be many from as far south as Maryland. This meeting will be a discussion among the state forester upon subjects which come be fore these men frequently. A daughter was lxirn yesterday aft ernoon to Mr. and Mrs. m-aenca Dower. " Mrs. Ff. M. Mcintosh of Burlington, accompanied State Engineer Mcintosh, her husband, here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sawyer of More town were in the city yesterday, as were J. B. Bates and Burton Ward. The street department has com menced improving the road on lower State street in Montpelier which has been in poor condition for a few weeks as a result of the heavy automobile traflic. They have .completed their .r.L- nr. ,1,.. "i'nut Montnelier road bv the Winooski river and over town hill j and have put each of these roads in j good shape. The traflic is largely go- j ing over the town hill now so that more care than usual has to be given i that road. A. J. Darline, wh has Iteen j working on a steam roller in Randolph,! is going to run the roller in Montpel-j ier for a couple of week. They have been waiting for a ear to ship the roll-! er to VergPimes. In the meantime, the' village has been taking advantage of the delay and, having been unable to secure a' mart to run their roller. Mr. Darling has been operating it for them and has finished up their roads. A. J. Smith of Cabot has settled hi account in probate court in the estate of Serentha M. Hollis, late of Cabot. XV. V. Bolin of Randolph has been ap pointed administrator of the estau of John OGrady, late of Roxbury. Mrs. Bernice Martin of Marshneld has been appointed guardian of Ida J Martin, a! minor, living in that town, j Mrs. Therein Bailey, whose husband, some years since, owned the Pavilion hotel, is visiting in this city. Miss Florence Reed is taking a vaca tion from her work in the insurance commissioner's oflice. Mrs. Ruby Ther iault is taking one from the National Life Ins. Co. ofliees. Thcy have gone o Old Orchard beach. Russell Watson, who has charge of a part of the work in tha forestry of fice, has completed the work that he has been doing on the forest survey of the Groton state forest, in which he has been gathering data for a working plan of the forest. S. B. Deteler of VS'ashingtoii, D. C.who is in charge of the federal activities i in connection with the white pine blister rust, will arrive here Saturday to attnd a con ference relative to the work in Ver mont, checking up the advance that has been made in clearing the forests in the eastern part of the state of the rust. v ' Judge Harrie B.i Chase of Brattle boro is disposing of chancery maters. Thus far they ha,ve been Caledonia county matters in which David Porter has been attorney, 'one of which was a divorce matter. i George F. Mara, who is in San Fran cisco, has opened a. law office in .Whit tier, Cal., and will remain there. Mr. Mara was a ver prominent lawyer in Bridgeport, Codn., and baa been in San Franciso since January 22, when he went to assist Chairman Homer JS. Cuminings of New York City, making ready for the national Demoratic con vention. Mr. Mara is a gon-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gould of this city. y EAST BARRE UNION 01 Y G00HJS CO. SERVICE-SATISFACTION Spiimmcir Apparel- FOR THESE WARM DAYS " MIDDIES SMOCKS BLOUSES WASH SKIRTS UNDERWEAR , HOISERY SOCKS for the Children One-half and three-quarter length SILK GLOVES Short and Elbow Length ' f: ; COOL, COMFORTABLE VOILE! DRESSES And "You Can Buy Them for Less" at THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY n llaJBlBESaV Xfrii Rnlw-rt Snade. who will be re membered as Miss Emily Watson, is) spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Sirs. Robert Watson. Mrs. Hattie Fletcher is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wal lace Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oarrctt of Sa lem, Mass., who visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McAllister the first of the week, have returned home. A son was born Tuesday morning, July 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Wol cott. . . . . Mrs. Maude Wilbur has been ill at her home the past week. ni. Vvq Diihiuiiie of Grand Isle and Misa Blanche Morancy of Beebe Plains," Canada, are the guesta of Mr. and Mrs, Harrv Hanson. J Richard Cameron has been on the sick list but is improving. Chester Young is taking an automo bile trip to various points in Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bixby made a j trip to Windsor the first of the week. Earl Rock, who has been employed at the Morrison farm for some time, is home for few days. Good Trades for Saturday .$1.23 . 15c . 25c . 10c . 25c . 25c . 15c . 15c I R . . mrm n to to OVER-EATING is tha root of nearlr M digestive evils. If your digestion is weak or out of kilter, better eat lea and use RH2QIBS the new aid to better digestion. Pleasant to take -effective. Let Ki-tnoidt kelp straighten out four digestive troubles. MADE BY SCOTT ft BOWNC MAKERS OF COTT EMULSION. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED" Mn lor eleetrie ' polishing- ma chuii: Rous Oranita Co. llittl SHOE REPAIR" R3 WANTED -Two or thrw, workman: aood pay. trady job: arfdrraa or fall on V. C. WilnvH. 112 No. Main atrwt. ... I10t WANTED-- Patr rmk. food Joh for com petent cook ; no one nd rrly rannot rive good irfertnroi ; HoU-i Rscre. Harm. Vt- H0J FOR SALE iTTiounubW nm Ford in e-oni running condition ; muil b old by SaUirriay riant : phone 27-M, t ha. J Speneer. . . . .llma . H)K SA1.E Electrtmlly equipped, thr prd ExtlWr tnotorrycle, in Bond con dition : a harnain for cah ; apply Olivers rtntu-iy Station. 110 FOR SALE Rrid-nrc of 'the Ute"whe-Ir J. Batrheider of Plainticld ; property con Ut of well-kept ninc-toum hew. i'a torira. with uood" barn attached and nirc tmrdi-n in rrmr : plcanily aituatrd. on nlht elevation, with hnc virw in all direc tion ; bid-vendent H'rinc of water, and jaricus lawn, with irrove of lanre maples; mut i M to he appreciated; M. k.. nf-heleT. rialr.neld, crmont. . M)R PALK "' My horn rlaca lnrl-d In Chel aa villa, a lout I acres of !an : 1S room houe. convenient barn attached and aai i.ee, all in A I ahupe: pure apnn watrr ytm aupplyina hou.e and barn and three other patronj; bath room. fur. nare htat, nvxlern plumhina. rJectric liyhle, laiire veranda. acre rowin al falfa, rut there times each ewon for at three yeaja, arafted fruit, butternut tree in hemnna. culuvaied atraierric. raap- t rriea, b'ackberr'ea. aoowo. rrea, two nica rrar vinca in bearin. aplendid warden ; property nurroundod by woven wire fence ; faern for aellina. innnw u laniomia; pnc nht for cah : with or without household rooda and other peraonal pnop city; Wm. ii. S raKue. t hrl'a, Vt IUUS TTonoir T)aA Ctor Pntntripj;. Tier Deck Every Day and Libby's Evaporated Milk, per can. Silver Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. for Pea Beans, per ID. Seeded Raisins, per pkg. Py-Lemon, two pkgs. for My-T-Fme, per pkg T11 r.r- liffxr Toll nor nlfO" Harvard and Qicquot Ginger Ale, per case 53.7o TTn..,o or,4 riir-nnnt flincrpr Alp. ner bottle liC iiai vaiu auu vi v.v u w . -o - . i w Welch's Grape Juice, per bottle 40c -7oc Moxie, per lxttle ; "' Indian and Hires Root Beer Extract, per bottle. . 12c-2oc Lightning Jars, Vfc-pints, pints, quarts, two-quarts. Fitz-Em-All, Monadnock, Kold Pack Jar Rubbers. MEAT DEPARTMENT NATIVE PORK ROAST, per lb. 35c, 38c, 40c TJ r A CT VT? A T north . 35C. 40c VEAL POT ROAST, per lb 2-jc LEGS OF SPRING LAMB, per ID oc FOREQUARTERS LAMB, per Tb 3oc WESTERN ROAST BEEF, per lb 35c, 40c POT ROAST BEEF, per lb 28c BEEF SAUSAGE, (Special for Saturday only) lb... 2ac HOME CURED BACON, Strip per lb. 40c, Sliced, lb. 50c HOME CURED BONELESS SHOULDERS, lb 35c SALT PORK, per lb., 28c; 5 lb. lots, per lb 25c Native Wax and String Beans. Green Peas, Tomatoes, Green Peppers, Bunch Carrots, Bunch Beets and New Turnms. Dexter s and cross ureaa H M mm Russell's Week-End GHselioId Specials COFFEE. 4?c prr lb.. 5 lbs. for $2.00 TEA. two lbs. for PEANUT BUTTER, two lbs. for 36c BREAKFAST COCOA, two lbs. for 36c S-V JAM, two lbs. for lbs. for 36c 35s JAM. two lbs. for 36c 15c REXALL TOILET SOAP, two for ; 16c tf5c 35c Red Cross Pharmacy a uexier s ana uross citau. Houghton & Robins The Cushman Electrical Company We have bought out the P. M. Carr Electrical Store and intend to run it in connection with our motor business at Depot Square. , " We solicit your patronage and shall be pleased to do i J i . 11 your house wiring, snea wiring ana repairing oi ui kinds of electrical motors, such as making coils for stator and rotor. We will try to please you both in workmanship and in price. Wa i-arrv Prtrtahl T.smns. Vacuum Cleaners, all sizes of Electric Lamps, American Beauty Hat Irons, Electric Toasters, Western Electric usciuatmg fans, riasniigms and Batteries. Call and see them. We are agents for the Western Electric Motors of all sizes, and we build the Magnetic Heaters to heat the air for Surface Cutters. Store and Office at ll Elm Street. Phone 537-M. Repair Shop at Depot Square, Phone 205. at the fountain of pleasure You like good soda, don't you? You ap preciate the purity that signifies quality "fit to drink"? You appreciate some comfort in the enjoy ment of ice cream or beverage ? You like to go and have your children go where everything is refined and . dig nified? You'll find so much more pleasure at our fountain from our drinks and ice cream treats that it pays to come here or send here for them. We want you to 'come we appeal to you by quality, deliciousness and comfort unexcelled anywhere else. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street SHHHaaaHlflaaaaaaaaBaaaaBaMHMn SPECIAL for balance of this week; all-wool, well tailored young men's suits, latest styles $ cH) ? .OO AND $g)(g).SO Values up .to S50.00, no alterations. LAMOREY'S Special Sale of Enameled Ware Friday, July 23rd Regular Values 25c to 65c this sale i j 19c Some of the items are Tube Cake Pan?, Mixing Bowls, Gravy Strainers, Preserving Kettles, Sauce Pans, 2-qt Milk Cans, 4-qt. Milk Pans, HA-qt. Pudding Pans Dinner Plates, Pot Covers 9, H. 121 : and 13-inch. , , Terms of Sale Friday only Cash and carry. No wrapping. C. W. Averill &jCo. the 7YMCffSTR rron