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BARRE DAILY TIMES
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2 Homer FittsCo
Incorporated
- "The Store Where Quality Counts'
SERVICE SATISFACTION
THE BARUE DAILY TIMES, BAKKE, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3,
And the Time to
Buy is Now
Not only because we have larger stocks, but
because values are more notable and the variety
in materials and weights greater. High quali
ties and splendid values are what we have
striven for in this assortment of fine Blankets. ..
Nashua
Woolnap
Blankets
Heavy Cotton
Blankets in plaid
-and block designs!
Size 66x80 inches.
Regular price $7.08.
Special at
$6.49 ,
Beacon
Bath Robe
Blankets
Beautiful d e
signs and colors.
Complete with gir
dle and neck cord .
to match blanket.
Patterns for men
and women.
$6.00
and
$6.50
Wool-Mixed Blankets
The long yarns employed in the weaving of these
wool mixed Blankets assures them of the utmost
serviceability. Plaids and plain colors, with edges
neatly bound.
$10.50 to $15.00
Cotton Blankets
Pretty pink and blue borders make these Cotton Blan
kets very attractive. White and Gray with overcast
edges in sizes for all beds. Prices range from
$2.98 to $7.50
Crib Blankets
Teddy bears and other cunning animals gambol about
on some of these Blankets; others have pretty con
ventional designs. Both kinds come in pink and blue.
$1.49
TALK OF THE TOWN
A bier reduction on all hats. Mrs.
E. A. Witliam.
Buy mimic rolls and bags at Bail.-y's
Music Rooms. adv.
Don't forget the Rehekah dance to
night in the Rowland hall. Carroll's
orchestra. adv.
A good time in store for all who at
tend the Rcbeknh dance to-night, danc
ing from 8 to 12. adv."
Rainbow fair, Jlnwland hall, Ruth
liapter. Order of Kmtern Star, N'ov.
12 and 13. The real fair of the season,
adv.
Mr. Jane Scott and family arrived
yesterday from Scotland and are at
John Gray's, I2.r Brook street. Mrs.
Scott and" Mrs. Uray are sisters.
The D. A. Terry Real Estate agency
t;old for Mrs. Eugenic Granger yester
day her cottage house and land con
nected with it on Ellison street to Kn
penio Pinchelli and wife of this city.
Mr. and Mrs". Pinchelli invest for a
home, and take possesion immediately.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TALK OF THE TOWN
WANTED A driving turra for iu keeping-;
inquire at 1 Wtbater street (upataira).
j 197U
FOUND Pair of auto pliers: ownar can
hv by pfcjring" far advertuiruf at Tim's
office . J W7tf
WANTED AT ONCE A ririto Mp out hit
the kitchen; apply at 17 Jefferson St.
mtt
i'O R SA I.E A Glenwpod ran re. in rood
condition ; inquire at 43 Para St., phone
63-W. Witt
WANTED Man to drive team, can furnish
tenement to one who wtshaa to board
hinueif; E. Carlcton, 21 Highland avenue,
phone44i-M. lUl
rOR SALE Two thornuRrhbn-d Monran
colt, one a mare. 2 y rear ofU. the other
a a-.ldintr. t S years old ; H. C. Towiuend.
William town. l7tt
KOL'ND Pair of men's woolen rlovea :
owner caa have same by calling 41S-X
and paying advrrttaina- cnanrea. ISTtI
KOL'ND A pocketonok : owner may have
bv pr-winr property and pmyintr fur ad
vertiainc at Marrhetti'a Fruit Store. 112
Barre City hospital batr day Nov. 4.
Don't forj-et the Rehekah dance to- j
nijtfit in the Howland hall. larTOlls
orchestra. adv.
CViniinir, the Rainbow fair, Kov. 12
and 13, Howland hall. Everybody plim
to come and have a real time at a real
fair. adv.
You should hear the wonderful Son
ora in your own home to be convinced
that it is the best phonograph for your
home wants. adv.
Wakonda rampfire pirls will meet at
the pariah rooms to-night at 7:30 for
the purpose of working on the baskets
for the Christmas sale.
For Friday and Saturday you can
purchase one of the season's bett mod
els in trimmed hats at $." each. Miss
M. M. Minnie, 10n South Main street.
adv.
A strong indication that nature, too,
enjoyed the warm days of the fall fully
as well as man was shown by the ap
pearance at The Times otrice of a
freshly-pioked buttercup in the hand of
little Miss Stella Bailey of 107 Maple
avenue.
Mrs. W. T. Campbell of 33 Madison
avenue was pleasantly entertained at
j the home of Mrs. Marparet Brown at
. I( Grant avenue yesterday afternoon,
the a Hair being in the nature of an
I afternoon tea for Mrs. Campbell, who
' soon takes up her residence on the
I East Barre road. N'eiphbors presented
(the pueit with several Ureful house-
hold articles.
A Card.
I wish to thank my supporters in
the campaign jiti-t finished.
J think 1 am justified in feeling
proud of the ote of ronhdenr I re
reived.
Mr. Wiahart is now our citv renre
ent stive and 1 hope he will receive
the full suport of the people.
Harrv S. Tark.
SWEATERS
Some of those good all-wool Sweaters
are very comfortable for this weather.
You better tee our line before purchas
ing. We might be able to save you
money.
?The
Frank McWhorter Co.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920
The Weather.
Ya.it to-night and Thursday; some
what cooler to-night; shifting west
winds.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Car fancy winter Baldwins in C. V.
yard, both wholesale and retail. Trite
right. adv. ,
Don't forget the Rehekah dance to
night in the Howland hall. Carroll's
orchestra. adv.
Everybody out to the Rcbckah dance
to-night in the Howland hall. Carroll's
orchestra. adv.
The , Vermont Poultry association
will hold a meeting to-night in the
city court room at 7:30.
Bert Townsend of Plainfleld sub
mitted to .a slight operation at the
City hospital this morning.
Regular meeting of Bright Star Fe
bekah lodge, will be held this (Wednes
day), evening at 7:30 o'clock. .
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Lord of East Barre at the Bane
City hospital yesterday afternoon.
Rainbow fair, Order of Eastern Star.
Howland hall, Nov. 12 and 13. Re
serve these dates for the big fair. ad.
The guild of the Church of the Good
Shepherd will meet with Mrs. James
Given, King street, Thursday eveuing
at 7:30.
Baptist Philatheas, plcaae don't for
get the business meeting to be held
Tlfursday evening after the prayer
meeting.
Carl Jensen of Tlainficld moved Sat
urday to the place of Mrs. Anna Mck
kelsen on Beckley hill, whae he will
act as foreman.
Joseph Nelson, manager of the
Barre Gas Co., left for St. Albans this
morning on a brief business trip in the
interest of the company.
New Sonoras and Victrolas just ar
rived for your inspection. Ask your
friends about the high quality of these
talking machines now on sale at Bai
ley's Music Rooms. adv.
G. F. Holden, a Burlington agent of
the Prudential Life Insurance Co., who
was an agent of the Barre branch for
several months recently, is spending a
few days in Barre on business.
- If anyone has been skipped in the
distribution of bays for hospital bag
day, they are requested to notify ci
ther Mrs. Arthur Tilden or Mrs. James
(Jail, who will see that they get bag
at once.
Joseph Marchetti and Clifton
Bridges, fruit dealer of Waterville.
Me., have been the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Marchetti of Central
street for the past few days, Init left
this morning by automobile for Bos
ton. Mr. Marchetti came to visit his
brother before sailing to Italy to spend
the winter.
Amelio Taffani of the Bolster place
received a slight injury while shoeing
a horse at the McLcod blacksmith shop
off Seminary street yesterday after
noon, the horse kicking at him and in
flicting a cut more than an inch long
on his left hand with1 the shoe calk.
Mr. Taffani eluded the blow directed at
his body by quickly sidestepping.
The choir of the Cniversalist chur h,
supplemented by Prof. Davison of (Jod
dard seminary." will give a concert in
the church on Wednesday evening. Nov.
10, at 8 o'clock. Miss Anne. Morse of
Goddard and Miss Ruth Ada Kelton of
North Montpelicr will give readings.
It will be a program of great merit.
Tickets now on sale at 35c. adv.
November 11, Armistice day, will be
well celebrated by members of Barre
post, No. 10. of the American Legion,
if plans of the present are carried out.
A football game is scheduled for the
afternoon, the Legion team against
Goddard seminary's eleven. In the eve
ning the annual armistice ball begins
at 8 o clock in Howland Hall, ana con
tinues till 1 o'clock. For this event
and to make it the best of the year.
Carroll'i orchestra, augmented by five
musicians from Boston, will play for
the dancing. Refreshment are to be
served in the hall, and each lady will
be presented a favor.
The annual business meeting of the
Pfcilathea class of the Congregational
chufch. with election of officers, was
held last evening at the Community
house. Some business wag transacted
and aeveral matters concerning the
coming year's work were discussed. A
box lunch was served. The following
officers will serve lor the coming year:
President, Mrs. Loren Bell; vice-president,
Ethel M. Ppear; secretary, Eth
el F. Newton; treasurer, L. Belle Chan
dler; chairman volunteer committee,
Mrs. 1L B. Tenney; chairman mission
ary rommittee, Mrs. W. L. Wheaton;
chairman social committee, Mrs.
George Ormsbee.
WILLIAMSTOWN
The board of selectmen will meet
next Saturday afternoon, Nov. 6, at
the oflii-e of the town clerk.
Regular meeting of the I. O. O. F.
next Friday evening at usual biHir.
Special business.
C. Edward Adams haa returned from
a visit to friends in Lowell, Mass.
Mrs. Emma Ditty is not in quite her
usual health and is spending the week
at the home of her son, W. G. Ditty of
Patterson street. Barre.
Election passed off very quietly yes
terday, with no special events save the
fact that of the 1W women who were
entitled to vote, 75 took advantage of
the opportunity. . Three ballots were
necessary to elect a representative.
Fred F. Pirie,. whose postofftVe addre
is Graaileville and who was the Demo
cratic, nominee, winning out in the
third over C. W. Cram, the regulnr
nominee of the Republicans. George T.
Colby, the last representative, aio re
ceived the vote of a solid block of sup
porter, throughout the three ballots
hi vote standing at 5f. ! and 5S for
the series. Cram received the highet
number oo the fin-t ballot but lt on
later ones. Ms ote for the three bcmi
73, 49 and 24. Pirie held well on 'he
serond ballot and made a substantia'
gain on the third, hia vote being 77. "i
and 103 for the lat. At the arnonn-e
mcnt of the deciding vote. Mr. Pirie
-..n-j fnr rntA rrw,nd.H hrirrlv.
thanking his townsmen for the hono
and promising to represeat them to the
lrt ol ma anility.
Complete returns are not at hand oa
the national slate and rmnty ticket-,
knt it ta rerfnl that the return ill
how a substantial majority. IV-rter
H. Dale received l' irotea againt bis
I VwofTatK- competitor. I the vte fr
I n ted Mates senator, IMJinc'iam re
ceived 209 votes to HH t tr Shaw. Tie
vote fur perlent will be about 24 fo
llardmg and .V for Col.
Robert KyioHi haa bought the aone
j'it wxrth of tHe ewe fce mf onrnroes
of Mrs. Aaaa Hntrhmaoa. ar-d will e-rtrr-T
it th a fail. The fre-nt tenaat
H. O. Aderm. W plans for mtx
irz are t yet RiKnin'-rd
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WIEIEIK
ill
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This is National Blanket Week. Everybody is going to buy their Winter Blankets this week. We have been
preparing for this event for months watching the markets, endeavoring to secure the best values possible, and
we have succeeded beyond our expectations. We will save you at least TWENTY PER CENT on every
pair of Blankets you buy here this week". -; ;
LOT NO 1.-GRAY AND WHITE BLANKETS, SINGLE BED SIZE, SOLD AT $2.9S THIS O OQ
week ., : ' ' ;
LOT NO. 2.-GRAY OR WHITE BLANKETS (60x76), SOLD AT $4.00 PRICE THIS 6 Q
WEEK
a
t
LOT NO. 3.-CRIB BLANKETS -PINK OR BLUE, VALUE $1.50 ONLY FIFTY OF THEM A A
AT, EACH "
FANCY COTTON PLAID BLANKETS Pink, q AO
Blue and Gray Plaids, Value $5.00, at . ........ 0
COTTON BLANKETS Large size (66x80), ,
White or Gray, $5.00 Value, at
3.98
HAEVY WOOL-NAP BLANKETS, Gray or QO
WTiite, Extra Value U70
WOOL BLANKETS Fine White Wool Blan
kets, Sold Last Year at $12.00 A Special A CJA
Value at. ... t?IV
Other Specials in Beddings
Pnnot hPfc 81x90. at 2.49 I Lotoi 5.00 Bed Spreads, iarflc size, 3.93
Bed Spreads, 3.98 value, al 2.98 I Comforters, special, at
3.98
Th
n
e Union Dry Goods Company
MOSTVELIER
For aale: Upricht piano al a bar-
gain. 132 Main street.
O. F. Lackey Haa tjotigtu a lurjje
., ..... in n-nvil'!.. nf the adminiatrator
of the estate of John Cunningham. It
.... - t ..i i :
Iihk ahout ! ai'rea 01 lanu aim
worth about $7,000.
mt;n Ko rnaH nroieota under roil-
xtrurtion continue to be reported to
the state highway coniminnioner, in
pite of the lateneni of the aaon.
These inrlude Georjria. one-half mile
of highway. Sheldon and Fletcher are
also doing' ome work, and a culvert :
being constructed in Montgomery.
. W-TA-.iT..- 1
Mla r.llen Jiciunee a i
her duties in the adjutant general' tf-
fiee. . .
G. F. lackey, deputy United Matea
marahal, went'to Burlington thia morn
ing to complete the drawing of the
inrr. and then to go to St. Albana to
make an arrest
The high achool footliall team wem
t UMrl,r,rtnn this niomine to llay the
high achool team of that city this aft
ernoon
C l.T .Tntira and K. H. .lonea of
Wait afield motored to Montpclier hift
evening to gel tlic election reiuriin.
Benjamin Gates, state auditor, and
Henry Hall, assistant, went to Va
terbury this morning in connection
w ith their work.
The accident reports reaching the
secretary of state's office to-day were
more than would naturally b expect
ed at this late time of the year, and
the 1900 mark haa been reached. Thoe
reported included R H. Blakeley of
Fletcher, that his team was hit by the
auto truck of the Lamoille Valley
Creamerr company, while Samuel
Burns reports that his car hit.' the J
team of a Mr. TillMon in Fletcher the
28th of the month. Roy atkin Haa
reported that the cause of the accid'nt
in Lyndon last Sunday night was due
to a wheel coming off the machine,
which tipped over and that there were
four persona in the car at the time.
They were on their way to Mr. Wat
kins' home in Sheffield.
Bids have been offered by the state
highway commissioner for the contract
to construct what will be known as
the Booth bridge, in Bridpewater. It
is the steel work, and the contract to
erect the abutments haa been awarded
Oiiild and Douglass of Springfield, who
will Jart work at one, expecting to
get it well nigh completed this winter.
J. J. Cayhue has settled his account
as guardian of Msdeline Baril of
Barre, who has reached her majority.
while Christine Gordon has settled a
similar account, Euphemia Gordon hav
ing reached her majority.
W. G. Hastings, state forester, will
go to Stowe to-morrow to speak at a
meeting.
BETHEL
The Crescent club held open house
last evening until midnight and elec
tion returns irom tne i
H hv Charles Batchelder !
as they cameMn over me pnoim. re
freshments were served to the mem
bers and a large group of guests.
Regular meet
ing of Degree of
Pocahontas on
Tliiir.Hii V. WlV.
. T n..)i m.mh.r IfV In
4, ar p. . v
be present, as business of importance
is to come before the meeting.
A regular meeting of :
F Barre lge. No. 1391.
win nr ui'iii j uiuiu ii ,
Nov. 4, in K. vf P. hall.
Mcmler9 plee atttnL I
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If IB
Another Royal Suggestion
BISCUITS, BUNS and ROLLS
From the New Royal Cook Book
BISCUIT! What de
light this word sug
gests. So tender they fairly
melt in the mouth, and of
such glorious flavor that
the appetite is never satis
fied. These are the kind of
biscuits anyone can make
with Royal Baking Powder
and these unusual recipes.
BiKuitt
Ju.p.Vo:bomb.w.
powder
14 teaspooD salt
1 ablespfl ahorterittif
Z cup milk or half milk and
baifwaur -61ft
to rather floor. aV!nt; iow
Ser and .alt. add ahortomnf ar.4
bH Vit I'ehtly; add liquid
ilowly: roll r Pl . flu1T
beard to hoot on. Inch 1
thlcknew rhamtl. as little i M
r-tibl: eut with fcltt cutter.
P.k. to hot ovea 1 to mla
vtca Koyal Cinnamon Bun
r; cv.v flour
1 tspoonaslt
4 teaspoon Rrl EaUac
ItwJr
tsb!eapo" .norteBtn
1 .
H enp wafr --cvpvirar
iarKons ttrm.i'WMl
4 talMa poena aede4 ratal Bl
Hft t taWeroM t ltnrrd
vurmr with floor, salt jk! b-
avod 44 aiowtr. Roll ot H tack
mm,
BAMMG
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
thick en floured beard: bras!)
with melUd buttsr, .prtnkl. who
sugar, cinnamon and raisins.
Boll as for Jelly roll; cut tnta
H Inch pieces; plac. with cut
edce up on well-a-reased pan;
aprlnkJ. with a Uttl. auaar and
cinnamon. Bake In moderat.
oven t to SS minutes; remors
from pan at one.
Parker House Roll
4 cup. flour
1 teaspoon salt
I teaspoon. Hojral Bakinf
Powder
1 tableapnon. ahortcnins
1 cue milk.
81ft flcmr. aalt and baklnc row
d.r toother. Add mailed short
ninjr to milk and add slowly ta
dry Inrredwnta stirring; until
smooth. Knead lUrtitly on floured
board and roll out H Inch thick.
Cot with biscuit cutter. Cra
each etrcl. with back of knlf.
etia .id. of center. Butter th.
.mall auction and fold lartrer
part well over tbe .mall. Plac
one loch apart In j-resssd rn.
Allow to stand 16 minutes in
warm plara. Rrush each with
nelted butter and bake in mode
rate orea U to X mlautea.
FREE
WHte TODAT for fhm New
Rural C"k Bwk: trm
tainf V fther rcirs -t
as dehi-htrul as ths. Will
iMw you how to .dd lntr
at and variety to your
iBeata. Address
kotax Birrto rowDta oa.
lit faKoa Ptrm '
Tork Cat.
"Bake with Royal and be Sure
Laai
The Woman's
Ready -to-Wear Shop:
Never Was There a Time When Money;
Could More Wisely Be Spent )
Clever New Velveteen Skirts
Concealed in the excellent fabric is "warmth enough for the
most blustery of winters and best of all it is achieved with-i
out giving a bulky look. Note the price $9.75.
Who Ever Has Enough New Blouses? " .
There are many likable models from the simple tucked;
vestee to the most elaborate evening blouse. And oh!
how smart they are, but far from costly, and so attractive
are the figured Georgette Blouses at $4.98.
Brushed Wool Scarfs and Sweaters
Were meant for November, smart styles at prices you
wouldn't have believed possible $3.98 and up.
Special Selling of Suits and Coats
Many a woman will be made happy by the November sale
of Jaunty Suits and Coats. Smart of cut and suitable for '
all hours of the day, with prices way below what apparel
of this quality usually demands. ; !
The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc.
CITY HALL AUDITORIUM
Montpelier z
FERDINANDOS
Marine Orchestra
V
CONCERT and DANCE
8 UNTIL 9 9 UNTIL 1 ,
TUESDAY, NOV. 9 -
Th. Most raaalar FUiara la tk. New KnaUai State-TW OrciMaU. WMro
r'larrf far th. Pra-act U Fraiwt-AU MWt. f th. AmarVaa LW.
Farmers
Attention
We are making a special showing this week of Tubu
lar Steel Stanchions Chain Cow Ties Churns Milk
Cans Milk Scales Strainer Tails, etc.
Come in and see our line.
C. W. Averill & Co.
Barre, Vcrmtnt , ;jj
the 7VAf CffES TR sto r? ,

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