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THK- BAMHE ,DA1LV TiMKS, BAKRK, Vi, TlilJKSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920.
r 2 Homer Fitts Co. Incorporated it The Store Where Quality Counis Does Your Linen Chest Look Empty r Or are you looking for some exceptionally fine linen to present to a bride as a wedding gift? We are very well equipped to be of serv ice to you in either case just now. We've just unpacked a shipment of splendid Table Dam ask and want you to know about it. The pat terns are beautiful, the qualities high grade and as you will note below they are all very mod erately priced. Satin Table Damask Warranted all - pure linen, made in Ireland, 70 inches wide, four patterns to choose from in very choice designs ; a yard $4.25 and $5.50 Superior Satin Damask Irish manufacture, not all linen but warranted to wear and look well after washing. 70 inches wide a beautiful assortment of patterns in stripes and dots; a yard $225 and $2.39 Notes About New Neckwear One of the most bewitch ing arrivals our Neckwear display Is a pointed round collar in several pretty pat terns at 75c. It is particu larly charming when worn with voile or silk dresses. Other styles are also moder ately priced. E 1UI M I I SPECIAL COLUMBIA DANCE m l J i RECORDS . A2955 THE LOVE NEST SONG OF THE ORIENT ' Two Good Fox Trots by Art Hickman's Orchestra A2943 OH BY JINGO One-Step ROSE OF CHILE Fox Trot A2927 THE MOONSHINES ON THE MOONSHINE I'LL SEE YOU IN C-U-B-A Two Fox Trots to Ted Lewis Red Cross Pharmacy OUTING SUITS We want again to call your attention to the line of OUTING SUITS. We have them in several patterns, with and without Vest. Just the suit for the next two months. Prices arc moderate. Frank McWhorter Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY AUGUST 5, 1920. The Weather. ' Fair to-night and probably Friday; light variable winds. TALK OF THE TOWN The best shine in the city at Lan der's. adV- Allen Carter of West Topshaiu was in town to-day on buitineaa. t Dance, - Camp Comfort, Saturday night. All tickets 55c.--gdv. t William Menard of the Miles block has returned from a several days' visit in Burlington. Evelyn Goldsbury of St. Albana is visiting at the home of Mrs. Arthur La page on Prospect street. - The ladies' guild of the Church of the Good Shepherd will w( :a,,.,.the church to-night at 7:30 o'clock.. , , Stop-look - Hate cevybody - attend the auction sale. of genial merchandise including fttverUst, at ..the .MeAUister store, tastBarre, Saturday, at 1 p. m. sharp. adv. 1 Six-room modern cottage house on corner lot for sale. Beautiful loca: ion; nice lawn, garden, etc. Am. leav ing the city. ' Edwin Bruce, 25 jtfelson street. Tel. 303-M. It will be worth your while to at tend the fire and water auction sale of general merchandiMe at the McAl lister store, East Barre, Saturday "at 1 p. m. sharp. adv. Mrs. Belle S. Fleury of Swanton visited her sister, Mrs. Evelyn E.'H. Wales, while on her way to Salisbury Bea-b to spend a month with her son, KIdon Floury, and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irish of Sche nectady, N. Y., arrived in the city last evening to make a few days' visit with Mr. Irish's relatives. He was formerly a plumber with the N, D. Phelps Co. Kedpath chniitauqua at Montpelior six big clays Aug. 10 to 21. Six teen interesting attractions $8 worth for only $2.20; children, $1.10. Sea son tickets now on sale at Tilden'a Shoe Sstore.--adv. Mr. and Mrs. William TTarknes, daughter, Lillian, and son, Fred, of Pawtueket, H. L, who visited at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. P. M. Parks of Franklin street, having come here by automobile, left yesterday for Port land. Me. Edward Sullivan, left flalder of God dard's 10'JU regular nine, returned to Si. Johnsbiiry to-day after visiting at his home in Graniteville for a few days. Sullivan at present contemplates re entering Spaulding high school at the fall opening. Aldo C. Poletti of Barre has suecefs lully passed the college entrance exam inations and has been admitted to the freshman class of Harvard universi ty, where he has a scholarship of $200. He graduated from Spaulding high school last June. America Polli, the young Barre pitch er, who is playing for the Springfield town team during the summer months, returned to Springfield to-day, having come here to twirl for Graniteville A. C. against the Royal Colored Giants yesterday afternoon, Kir 11 day celebration at Caledonia park Aug. 7 under the auxpices of the Granite Cutters' International associa tion. There will be speaking, all kinds of sport, amusement and refresh ments. a erylKHiy welcome. Come and liaie a jrood time. Admission. 10c; Indies and rhildren free. Frank G. Wilson, sec'y. Several shoe stores were closed to day on account of the Vermont Shoe Retailers' association outing at Wood stock. Amons the number to leave by autos this moiffing were: Mr. and Mr. V. H. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. f lnuph. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tilden, Mr. and Mrs. George N. Tilden, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Shea, Portus Brown, ,lame Brown and Miss Annie Brown. Mrs. William Marr and daughter. Kath'erine. of Detroit, Mich-, arrived at the home of her sister, Mrs. P. M. Tsrks of Franklin street, where she plans to spend a month. Mrs. Marr formerly resided in Barre. On her re turn he will lie accompanied by Mas ter Wilbur and Miss Beatrice Marr. who have lieen guests at the Parks home for the past six weeks. Nelson Brown of " Cliff street left fielder of the Dartmouth arsity nine during the l!)20 baseball season, leaves earlv next week for Montreal to join the Three Rixers baseball aquad. play ing with that team during the month of August. From Montreal he will go directly to Hnoer, V. H., early in September to begin practii for the coming football season. Brown fig ured prominently in overseas football nd his many friends in Barre be lieve he will be as successful in varsity football a in basketball and baseball. He has already earned two letters and in all probability will rapture a third, hating had much' experience in high school football at Spaulding. Since the close of college he has been spend ing the summer with" his parents, Mr. sqd Mrs. James "Broun. Card of Thaaki. To all tha friends and neighbors who extended their .kindness and sympathy to'ns in our sorrow and for the many j beautiful flowers we offer our heart Mt j thanks. Mrs. Helen Kit and Jaraily. TALK OF THE TOWN Regular meeting of the A. O. H; Thursday night, Aug. 5, at 7 o'clock; initiation. Mcmliers of the Barre Woman's club. Time for dues to be paid. Mrs. Alex ander Smith, 25 Keith avenue. Watch Friday'a Times for ad of fire and water auction sale to be held at McAllister Bros.' store, East Barre, on Saturday afternoon. adv. Notice: Regular meeting of M. W. A. Friday,Aug. fl, at 7 p. in. All mem bers who are. back in their dues are requested to attend and pay up. If you are contemplating coming to Joe'a pond for your" vacation be sure to stop at the Lake Shore house and you will get good accommodations. Also boats to let. adv. " ' James M. Langley, city editor of the Union Leader in Manchester, X. H., is, together with his wife, visiting his parents, Mayor and Mrs. Frank E. Langley of Delmont avenue. Through inadvertence the names of Howard C. McKnight and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gennett were omitted from the list of floral contributions at the funeral of Miss Genevieve' Bombard. The body of Mrs. Mary Berry,, who died Tuesday, was taken to Holyoke, Mass., last night for burial. Mrs, Alexander Ford, the niece of the de ceased woman, accompanied the body. Dr. Meagher has gone to the Univer sity of New York to take a lecture course in all the new. and up-to-date methods of dentistry. The doctor al ways aims at being up-to-date in his profession, for the benefit of himself and his patients, to whom he owes the best that the profession can give. The doctor will resume duty at his dental parlors Tuesday, Aug. If. adv. To-day starts the three-day home service appeal of the Salvation Army and solicitors will call for the sub scriptions to the fund, which it is hoped will be raised by Saturday night. It is needless to mention the magnificent work accomplished by this organization in all parts of the world. Everyone is asked to make a contri bution, large or small and let the good work continue. BETHEL Teachers have been engaged as fol lows in the town district for the fall terms: Fast Bethel, Miss Lida Stev ens of Tunbridge: quarry, Mrs. Clay ton G. Wight; Finley bridge, Mrs. Eu gene B. Chandler; Camp brook, Mrs. Clayton E. Dunham; old church. Miss Emma Moses of Randolph; Gilead, Mrs. Earrie L. Jackson of Randolph; Litticville, Miss leda Smith of Gays ville; Lympus, Mi Grace M. Rome. Mrs. Mary Root and her daughters., Jennie and Philanienc, of Lebanon, N. II., came Tuesday to visit friend. Mrs. Root went to-day to Potsdam, X. Y., to visit a sister, who is ill. Edsnn E. Holbrook came Tuesday from Hartford, Conn., where he has lived with hit son, Henry, since last fall. Governor P. W. Clement and Zed S Stanton were here yesterday on bus iness. The Methodist society made $15 by a sociable at F. F. MoCullough'a last evening. Mrs. Arthur H. Con" returned to-dsy to her borne at Lynn. Mass., after a fortnight's stay at David U Bun-ell's. Kendrick McCulbnigh of Randolph is visiting at F. F. Mcullough's. Wesley E. Magivney is recovering from the effects of a scalp wound, caused by the fall of a dead limb up on his head from a tree tinder which he was working. Jobn Morse, with his daughter. Cy lena, as housekeeper, and his son. John Byron, as farm band, is at his Lympus farm hay ing. Recently be was joined by his mother. Mrs. Jane More, who, tfiouph Sd. and blind, is enjoying the visit to the farm. Miss Adflina Clifford and Theodore Clifford left to day for Cape Roiier. Me., planning to take a boat from Bos ton. They will spend three weeks with relatives there. R. A. Abbott and I.. A. Spooner were in Boston Tuesday to get a bsid of houeshold goods for G. F. Seaer. John L. Parrot! and Kugene T. Par rott arc workitij on a job for Salisbury Bios, in Randolph. MONTPEUER SOUTH RAMIE The South Barre Sunday school will bo discontinued until Rev. Mr. Ho- kerk's return. Card of Thanks. We'wi.-.h to thank all the friend and neighbors who o kindly sympathized with lis during the illness and death of our darling (ienevieve, especially the nures of the Barre City hospital, a bo aisted us to care for her. Mr. and Mrs. Frsnk Bombard, Olive Irene Bombard. Alfreda Albert ine Bombard. Mildred Marguerite Bombard. Louis Laramie. T. R. Merrill has turned oyer; to the city sheriff the. largest" amottiit of un collected taxes .in some , years;, not the largest number of individual -collections," btit the most money. Lastkyour hii; turned over to; the collecter 3111 names,, amounting to $4,413.48, while, this year he turned over 274 names, but the amount is $17,243.47. The lust day' collection, ' Saturday's,' was the largest amount in any single day, since he has been treasurer of Moiitpelier; namely, $87,318.01, . while the total amount collected in July was $228, 755.05 against $103,800.48 in 1019. Miss Vinal, representing the library bureau, ts expected to-day with two as- j i sistants to Stan, me worn oi inaexing the records In the city clerk's office. Later several young people from the city will assist in the work. These rec ords are in bad shape and have need ed indexing in a card system for some years. T. R. Merrill, I the clerk, has asked the different city" councils to cx-H! petid money for the job, but, until this year, the work has been put off. The work will not be completed this year, but will be started so that such sums at, can be set aside for the work can be used from year to year until ine worn is completed. The filing case arrived last week and is stored in the back end of the building. , Dr. Lawrence F. Heaphy of New York City is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Heaphy. Mrs. J. E." Berry left Wednesday aft ernoon for the ary Fletcher hospital, Burlington, where she will be treated for a week or so and then will have an operation, which is expected to im prove her health. Pursuant to a conference between members of the Montpelicr city eoun-! cil, the selectmen of East Montpelicr,! Contractor Gregoire, who has charge of j the East Moiitpelier federal road job, called by S. B. Bates, state highway commissioner Monday evening, Alder-j man Stratton of Montpelicr placed the! signs for the detour from Moiitpelier to l-.ast .Montpelicr so tnai iratnc now , , goes ove town hill to the Farnham ; Wag;3sS53 . , i , , i j i- i a : t 1 turn inence ny ine oia v1'8"" meeting house, then turning to the right to service-sXtisfaction Special for Friday and Saturday o K Ml All sizes ; all colors ; newest styles. Every one of these waists are made of the best quality Georgette Crepe and g actually sold from $8.00 to $10.00. Your choice while 3)0JyQ) they last ,- i -200 yards of those Silks left-value $3.00 to $3.50.' Geor gette, Crepe de Chine, Taffeta and Satin; at, per yard. 4 1 L9 Pure Silk Hose,, fashioned leg, black and white, $2.50 41 J?flj value, at iLoPcK THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY wine, were seven obtained, bottles of hile at gra ppa, 1U. l. - t i'.... At ...r...- onrreiios . . osllon of "raipa and a gallon of sour where the regular trunk line connects. ,"" IHna " .,u ..... ... wine and a barrel with some sour 1 lir i,ri. ,,. . ., Q.ik, ....... ...... cloaed thf river road coming this way and signs directing traffic have been placed in East Montpelicr at junction points. . The spreading of tarria on the Barre road is now tinder way, having lieen commenced Wednesday, after some de lay. Karlier in the season represent alies of a concern selling road oils claimed to the street committee that oils could not be obtained this year, but investigation by Alderman Strat ton of the committee developed the fact that the Barrett Manufacturing Co. could suppply the commodity and they shipped a car, which arrived two weeks after the order was placed.. An other car is en route and will be spread a.-, soon as the weather permits after its arrival. The road on the Mont- wine in it were seized and moved to the police station for storage until the cases are disposed of. Martin M. W'ood of Philadelphia, national secretary of the J. O. U. A. M., H F. !,ockner of lxuiville, Ky., na tional councillor of the same body; John Noyes of Concord. X. H and G. A. Davis of Baltimore. Md., members of the national executive board, called upon W. H. Jeffrey and A. E. White in Montpelier Wednesday, representing the state body, and arrangements for the holding, the state meeting some time next juontli or the first week in window which was broken in the Standih store recently by an explosion of gas in the bakery connected with the store. " E. S. Brigham, commissioner of agri culture, is in Burlington attending a meeting of the directors of 'the co operative creameries of Vermont. Clayton Perry of St. Johnsbury has been appointed administrator dc bonis of the mortgage in which he was ap pointed administrator of the estate of Henry Farnsworth, late of Waterbury, for the purpose of discharging tha mortgage. Leonard Brown, alia Hodges, in city court Wednesday afternoon pleading guilty to the charge of larceny and was sentenced to the county jail for !a period of 30 days. It appears that non of the will of Marl R. Perry, late ! he also took the watch of a. U. inomp of Barre.. C. C. Graves of Waterbury 'son, the telegraph operator in the West has filed his affidavit of the discharging crn I nion office tn Montpelier. October at Lyndonville wire made. Mr. Lockner was accompanied by his wife and son. while Mrs. Wood " eompanied her husband. During ths dav they went by automobile to Grand pelier section of the Barre highway has "'r ' . V"""-" ' " l. been dus.v, while in Berlin there has They had been atteml.ng a board meet- been no d'ust this season. Lower State, '"f " V,r' ; -street, upper Elm street and poibly 1)r- ' ' H.lkgas hss gone to Rut Berlin Areet will b. covered with j ' "' . courses this week in the summer i , . I school. He has been attending educa- G. T. Lackey on Wednesday af - . utM ,nd ernom, completed arrangement, for the, folirw , i.ture, in .a arinrt ' .if t W rrMtf nn I Il I'll V t i-i.- ..r ...i.;..i. .1.- I Vnn.yhanm. pnornomr. i nr iim'i. . n n "r- tractors put on the building, when it " was constructed did not stand theP'"'";' Mr. and Mr. J. W. Ingall.- of Lynn. are visiting in Barre. This I morning Mr. lngnlls called at the state, hnni rainn nn that reoairs have been! needed each year. Rec ently j engineer's office. expended on the roof, only to have the J E. D. Fletcher of Gorham. X. H.. heavy rain of lact week leak through i who is connected with the federal for and do considerable damage to new in-jotry work, called to day u(oii . side decorations, that painters had ju-t ; Halings. state forester, relative to the completed; so it was decided to tour . federal and state work in Vermont, off the old roof and pulton a tin loof. j !rii j jj ;(.an. , daughter of A shingle roof w as at first Mig;e.-ted I x J,itetoiie, N HIJW but the building was not suitably con structed to do this without consider able expense, so the tin roof was de cided selected. The police in Mont pelier pilled off a couple of raids Wednesday after noon, getting liquor in both places, and Mrs. Margaret Blanco and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Zonfrello were arrested on the charge of illegal selling of intoxi cating liquor. The two latter were V.. are v iit in,..' with H. Brown and othei relatives in Moiit pelier and adjoining towns. , J. D. Whit tier, who has been hrro on school matters, lias gone back to Rutland, where he i teaching in t la - -' summer school. Mr. Whitticr written this week by a commission ' from a western state, in which li" w;i- referred as the bes-t educator in tbe astern states of rural school prob ' h"nis. ' Ask the man on the roof-1 hl to furnish bail, while the former was unable to furnih bail. At BUn I Daid Burns m supervising to-l.v cos threo barrels, partly tilled wiih'the installation of the nw pl.-ifc ;:ln'' jjjZB A SMALL SHOE SALE!! with a nG SAVING for the miblic $3,500.00 stock H at cost. He knows REX Crtr Barrt Taxes. ; These are in my Tiands for collection nd mtist be paid on or before Augn-t j loth, 1t20. I James Mafkay, eity traorr. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY - LOST-At &Hr rrk Murine the twwkall asme Ms i,minrni A. art narr black knit lr; finr rlt t l u s.srk ks-t t; flwtcr please ka at ts I'm rxm. 12H1 LOST - At cp far tank : riw rrtin tl Kr-tk aTvnv. 1J1H" A XTTO - Twmmt m tm wk ia rfrauaHl- , inn 4rmrtn at. wna 9am aansw r,-rirrrr : adsrai A. I, rmim Tmo. 121 U lOiRl. WANTED-far ararral kaamrt I at 111 Nortk taatnary M: Ur ta ifn. 1-1J j fliB 5AI.E li w alknato. Mna-ark-' M. Daraa Jnrs iU Potaa4 kJa rw ; mhw 4mmr ' ' th V : SI for iwr it..,, mr Ik lr riaa: i. A- Ca kie. K. L. Z. srr telrptea -lt- llu Mm 100,000 warr rfciMa iw ir THE SALVATION A RNT m h country. Onr hualrr4 tHouaa4 aam'. rUwblr rrphaat anl Intrw twwrt IWH nd in SALVATION ARMY artiritirj and hwtiTattia airMt tha atilr lnrbtiaa ia thnr Inas. GIVE - hat thr SaKatmants ).-rly ran for thm kgnar-te ka 4tt4 Uwuaaaa. The Salvation Army HomeScrvice Appeal Au. 5-6-7. 192C MEN'S WORK SHOES Were ;.;'. now $6-75 W ere W..V. now 550 W ere J..1, now 4 49 Were 1.V. now 3 "9 Kir.t Quality. HOYS SCHOOL SHOES fJV.i M1KS at Is-49 .i..Mt MlOrX at 4 75 H..VI MIOKS at 3-9 t no MIOKS at 3 9 t ! j SHOKS at 3-3 MISSES OXFORDS and riTMrs :t.;.- MIOK at J 9 MIOFS at -9 M i,-. M1K at 9 LA PIES' WHITE PUMPS and OXFORDS B Were nw . $j.5 9 W ere now ejs B Were WiV now 1A0 LADIES' ITMPSand OXFORDS W ere $.5.75. fj.t'S and i.."rfi. now $4 73 1 $'-9' MISSES' HKiH SHOES V.Vi Ml IKS at $ 19 :.no MIOKS at J.q? tt Oil Mil KS at VIO M MEN'S DRESS SHOES l..Vi MIOKs at . . $.5o t si M'i:s at 79I t R .'.'t SHil at ., I S ' SHKS 1 . 6 I T..V MIOl at 6.49 The Best Asphalt Shingle Made We can fill your orders if we re ceive them at once. The N. D. Phelps Co., Inc. Phone 29 Barre, Vt. 7 -. 5 6 en D MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Pt MPS ad OXFORDS Werr !. n" tl.60 Wrrr SI 4". no" ) Were Uli, now .. 175 Sale of Enamel Ware SATURDAY, AUGUST 7TH Last and best sale of the summer. Your choice of articles in the window 59 c INFANTS' SHOES Were tl.2X flJJWew 9 Were 1 TV " MJlttf l-v. -5 Tfcit ale 1p teree dayt aajy Acfn-t 5th. fell ant 7lh. Rfgins To-dav. John Casabclla's Shoe Shop IU-..0'IU. .-nm 1 ,. - All large pieces, including 10-quart Pails, Preserving Ket- ties. Covered Pails. 1 -quart Milk Measures, 3-quart Milk CaJis. large Tea Pots. 10-quart Milk Cans, Bread Raisers Ci.And Covers. Terms Cash and Carry. C. W. Averill & Co. me TYMCIfeSTEZ tra JjE: 1