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xitlu iiAJiiiii DAi.LV iljir.S, jJAmtJd, VT., TULSDA V, NOVEMBER '9, 1920.
4 ;l S ?! -1 I n 4 f i r'-i IM Homer Fitts Co., Inc. "The Store' Where Quality Counts" . November Sale of Coats Featuring Fashionable Styles at Remarkable , Price Reductions Here are dozens of Winter Coats all radically reduced. Too many on our racks is the reason, owing to the prolonged mild weather. Extraordinary values await the women and misses who attend this November Sale of Coats. If you choose your coat during this event you have the assurance of a full season's wear as well as the advantage of lowered prices. You must come to this sale perhaps the coat you admired yesterday is here at a reduced price. . ... ' ' You Are Sure to Find Some Coat That Will Be Your Coat When You Hear the Price $25.00 Goats $16.98 Coats $37.50 Coats Reduced to 12.50 $47.50 Goats Reduced to . 36.00 Reduced to Reduced to 18.75 28.25 $65.00 Coats Reduced to $89.50 Coats Reduced to 51.25 67.25 Fabrics include Silvertone, Velour, Bolivia, Polo Cloth, Chameleon Cord, Vel de Cygne and Silk Plush. Points worthy of careful consideration are the rich silk linings and warm interlinings which distinguish most of these coats. ' " . Even those who had intended to make their old coats do service for another year should look into the remarkable values offered in this sale of coats. An Opportunity to purchase your Fall and Winter outfits at a liberal discount. QUALITY and SATISFACTION GUAR ANTEED. MEN'S and BOYS' SUITS and OVER COATS at 20 Per Cent Discount. MEN'S and BOY'S FURNISHING GOODS at 1 0 Per Cent Discount. 1 BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920., ThT Weather7 Probably rain or simw to-night and nruiipsuHy; cooler weuneauiiy j in creaHiug south wind. TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN Frank McWhorter Co. TALK OF THE TOWN Special prireg on genuine pearl?, dia mond and rubies at Burr'a jewelry store. adv. Congregational fair, today from 3 to 8 j- m to-morrow afternoon and evening. adv. ' Razor blades, plain razor and aois or sharpened like new at Drown'i Prnjr store. adv. y Everybody torn out for the North Montpelier dance and ahow'eiven lv the Granite City Five tomorrow nigbt. adv. Don't fail to be at ITowland hull lor the American Lepion'a weond annual armistice ball on Nov. II. The event of the season. Carroll's special or chestra. adv. A good heart v meat-pie auppcr will be nerved you at the Prrahytrrian church Saturday night for M cent; children. 2.V. ood service. adv. Remember the big fair. Friday and Saturday. Howland hall. The fair with the special featured Everybody come for a good time. Special progYam, 8 to ft. Music by I-ancli's. orchetra. ad. Rub Parisian Sage on your head and you will not have to scratch the dan druff off; cures itching nalp, gives a luxuriant bead of beautiful hair. K. A. Drown tells it on money bk plan. adv. " Special for to-day Hot spaghetti, Congregational fair. adv. When in need of an orchestra call on the Oriental Six. Tel. f:3-V. adv. Burr's jewelry store will be open Monday and Saturday nights until the new year. adv. Uuy soiiit! candy and toothsome food; that made by Congregational its is alwavs good. adv. Kancywork that combine!) usefulness with beauty, that (j what you find at the Congregational fair. adv. ietroJas, fti'i, $35 and up to I50 , in stock at Baileys Music Rooms. Se lert your Christmas Yictrola now. ad Uairyntfn, don t stav at. home and find fault with the price of milk, but come to the .N. ft. fll. I'. A. meeting in Mormon tiall Saturday evening. adv. Rainbow fair, Howland hall, Friday and Saturday, this week. Special pro gram of entertainment for each eve ning, 8 to 0. Dancing, 0 to 12. Mu sic by Landi's orchestra. adv. Remember the big fair. Friday and Saturday, Howland hall. The fair wrtli the special features. Everybody come for a good time. 'Special program, 8 to 9. Music by Landi's orchestra. nd. When in need of rubbers, call at the Eastman store. Our stock is complete and the prices are good. Open Wednesday night until 9 and closed all day Thursday, Nov. 11. The Eastman Store. , The Red Cross work is costly, but saving life is a greater satisfaction than saving money. Your membership dollar does its pa.rt to save a life. Join the Re'd Cross or renew vour member ship Nov. id when the canvasser call. J he nrookside Community club will hold a baked bean supper at the home of Mr. .and Mrs. Leon Webster Wednes day evening, Nov. 10. Supper from ti to 8, followed by a sh6rt program. Ad mission, 35c; menu: Baked beans, brown bread, pickles, rolls, apple and pumpkin pie, assorted cakes, dough nuts, coffee. adv. A Christian Endeavor society Iihs been organized in the Congregational church, with ,the following officers: President, Miss Olive Mf Knight: vice- president, Philip Colo; secretary, Rach el Spear; treasurer, Elizalwth White. A boy scout troop has also been or ganized, officers being ' as follows: Scout committee, N. B. Ballard, C. L. Ciauthier, XV. XV. Russell, ('. A. Sper; scout master, XV. G. Cumming; assist ant scout master, Howard McKnight; chaplain. T)r. V. L. Goodspeed: scribe, Gordon Barclay: treasurer, Chauncey Clieever; patrol leaders, Raymond Cruickshank, Lloyd Downing, William McDonald. Miss Jessie McAdam. who for the past two months has been under the care of Dr. "Ober, the state infantile paralysis specialist, and his assistants in a Boston hospital, returned to Ine city Saturday, accompanied by her mother. Miss Mr Adam submitted to one operation in which her legs were straightened and stretched. She will return to Boston early in the year to undergo two more serious operations, which in time it is howd will enable her to walk. Although she suffered I intense pain, .Tessie bears the same pa tient smile and her courage is ol the best. The attention given her in the hospital is sKiken of highly. The Wells-Richardson Co. of Bur lington ban decided to close entirely tg branch dve shop in Bane, and to day, under the supervision of George Brown, treasurer of. the firm, the equipment in the Pearl street plant was being dismantled and shipped hacK to Burlington. This move is in no way due to local conditions, but conditions of the country in general. Only last week the Burlington plant discharged SO emnloves. and since the firm already lias a quantity of its goods ready for shipment, branch dye packing, there fore, is unnecessary. The Pearl street shop opened last IJecemJier, and until about two mouths ago employed alsuit 40 people, mostly female help. At that time a temporary halt in production was made, demands for the goods in this line as well as all others diminish ing noticeably. During tin- operations the Barre branch made a erv good record along the lines of production, and found little difficulty in securing female hands for the packing work. The formal vacating of the company will be Dee. I. though most of the equipment was packed and ready to be shipped back to-day. Follow the crowds to Shea's. adv. Something new, the Oriental Six, for good dance music, Tel. 553-W. adv. Mrs, Carrie M, Lee of Tremont street went to Burlington this morning to spend a few days with friends. Harry Holmes of St. Albans, who has been hero visiting his brother, Gerald Holme., returned to his home yesterday. They have always been a success the meat-pie snipers served by the Men's club at the Presbyterian church. Another one Saturday night. adv. Dr. W. S. Page of Elmore street left last night for Hartford, Conn., to spend a couple of days 'oh business, and plans to return .to Hans. ednesday. F. C. Wetmore of Warren street, xfl'io recently underwent an operation at the Alary Hctclier hospital in Burlington, has returned to his home much im proved. Alexander Matliewson of Merchant street and Andrew J. Kelly of 105 Sem inary street, leave to-night for Clays ville. Pa., having found employment at their trade, slonecutting. The Catholic Order of Foresters is making plans for a dance, to be held in the Knights of Columbus hall on Thursday evening, Nov. 18. This will be the first dance in years to be lieldi under the auspices of this organization. j The ladies' union of the Presbyterian church will hold it monthly meeting! with Mrs. .John Parks, North Main' street, Tuesday evening, Nov. ft, ntj 7:30. Let there be a full attendance,' as business of importance will come before the meeting. Noble Love of the C. W. Averill & Co. hardware firm went to Boston last night to attend to-dav and to-morrow the annual meeting of the Winchester Club of New England at the' American house. The Aterill store is the local distributor of Winchester arms mid ammunition. The F. D. Ladd company of Barre has filed with the secretary of state certificates that the company intends to increase its capital stock by declar ing a stock dividend of $11,000 atnf putting in $6,000 cash, increasing the stock to 40,txv and that the amount has been paid up. The Reo Motor Car company of Lan sing, Mich., has appointed Paul Scarn pini of North Main street its agent in Washington county through the Foun dry Motor Car Co. of St. Albans. Mr. Scampini is handling both the "Reo Speed Wtfgon" or truck and new "Reo Six'i touring car. Arrangements have been made for a Reo service station at the Palace garage at SOS North Main street. The regular meeting of the Sons of veterans' auxiliary will be held Wednesday evening, Nov. 10, at 8 o'clock. The division inspector, Mrs. Nellie F. Stone of Springfield, will be present to inspect the auxiliary. Every officer and member is requested to be present, Initiation. Supper will be served after the work. Mrs. Stone is also a past division president and the one who organized auxiliary No. 5. i UNION DRY-GOODS CO. SERVICE SATISFACTION Mums iMG fEAR" Is the Underwear You Can Depend on for Quality. Fit and Finish and Best ol all Real Service In offering Munsing wear" to our customers we have the satisfaction of know ing that we are giving them the best that can be produced. Our stock for Women and Children is complete. ' Medium weights, in all styles. Heavyweight Fleeced Suits ' or Separate A y-i 'ests and -Pants, - aVM fl f fXR Medium Weight Wool or Heavy Wool. V uf LM1 Ve have everything you may call for. Just ask for THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY I . s tTEBSTERl'ILLE Raymond Dobson was pleasantly surprised last Thursday evening when about .10 of his schoolmates assembled 1 at his home to remind him of his !;th i producers o the town, was delivering a mrtudar. Lluud linger. In behalf of tine quality, of tiie siramea prouuci BETHEL John Ashcroft and his daughter, Lil lian, returned to-day to their home in Lynn, Mass., after a week's visit at Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. C'ome's. A still-born child was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A Spooner at the sana torium Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs.' Harry L. Emery left yesterday for Florida, where they will spend the winter. Eight candidates were given the third and fourth degrees at last eve ning's grange meeting. Robert trench was married in Ran dolph la-t Wednesday to Mrs. Hazel Pierce of Orleans. They will live at the French farm in Rochester. Mrs. Emma (French) Fletcher of this town recently was married to Leonard Thrasher of Rochester, nnd they are living in that town. Leonard K. Learie has entered the freshman class of the high school by transfer from Woodstock high school. He is the son of Mr. and -Mrs. James K. 1-earie, of the Bethel inn, recently of Barnard. George XV. Edmunds has moved from the village to Herbert A. Mack's farm, formerly the. Oscar Dean place. Mrs. Emma Holbrook of Randolph is at Mrs. W. L. Parsons' for a few days' visit. Mrs. H. C. Bagley has refurned from Connecticut, where'she spent the sum mer, and is keeping house at Law rence Burns.' C. C. Campbell and F. G. Dutton are shipping a carload of white ash log. cut on the Orton place in Barnard. M. L; Ellis, one of the few honey Just Plain Mule. Down in the Carolina mountains a northern traveler came across a moun taineer who was having more than the. usual difficulties in persuading his mule to proceed. Arguments, cursing and beating were of the customary lio avail. "Stubborn!" inquired the man from the north. r The: muleteer wiped his forehead. "Stubborn?" he ejaculated. , "Say, mis ter, that cuss is so mean that when his hind legs are pushing his front ones are walking backward." American Legion Weekly. prominent actors, reminds ua of wha) the boy .answered when asked thi breed of his dog. Said the little fellow "He's half (oilier and half Sam Bcp iiard." Boston Transcript. A Comical Canine. The presence here this week of two Useful Knocking. We would have less wordly clamor And more roofs to shield ou "domes, If the fellow with the hammer Used it in constructing homes. Boston Transcript. , Echo of the Baseball Season. "It's a big laundry bill to pay for. I few pairs of soiled Sox," wails a Chic go paper. Boston Transcript. , me eompany, presented Kavmond a purse of money and a few other gifts, lie thanked them all and bade, them have a good time.- Dancing and games were enjoyed. Lunch was served by Misses Albina Mayo, Alice Dobson and Miss O Hem. Mrs. Bollin Sturgeon, who had been at the t ity hopital several weeks, re turned to her mother's home Saturday. Her little daughter, Marion, was taken to the City hospital Sunday afternoon, where she submitted to an operation for appendicitis. She is doing as well as can he expected. Mrs. Lorenzo Aja, who went to the City hospital last week, ia reported- about the same. , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Geake spent1 Sunday in Montpelier with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Aiitoiue BoufTard re turned last week from a short visit in Montreal. yesterday at f 1.25 a quart. GRAMTEV1LLE Misses Catherine Lavallee and Made line t'arev returned to Burlington Sun day, having spent a few dayi in the home of Mrs. Anna Carey. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McLeay and d-ii'iihter, Ola, who have been living in ('barb-stow n, X. H., during the pt few years, came here la-t week to make their home. ' Mrs. Antii Haaga. who has been vis iting relatives in Troy, N. II., during the past two11 weeks, has returned to her home. I Mis Christina Graham returned to TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY j her home Saturday, having spent the summer in Canada with relatives. . The ladies' aid society will hold WANTKD TO RENT By tJi month, type. 1 its annual fair Thursday and Fri- ka7b25 iSw'lTn'H nin ' A , P. m. sictf . 'n upper will be served on Thurs. founds tk"r""kat-thi oflw-."-mli j d.v evening from 5 to 7 o'clock and. on hruiay evening, an entertainment EAST BARRE A son was born Wednesday, Noy. 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lord. Mrs. Emery is earing for Mrs. Brink, who is confined to her bed. Earl Rock recently shot a large woodchuck. It seems these little ani mals are rarely seen so late in the fall. One of our nJder cltieng claims this is a sign of an open winter. " I-esr Herow is able to be out now with the 8id of crutches. About 30 of the Eat Barre friends of Mr. and'UqB. II. B. Partridge spent Friday evening at their home on east hill. A chicken-pie supiht, with all the fixin's. was served at 7 o'clock. After the repast a number of toasts were given. The rest of the evening was pleasantly passed with games and music. s The woman's auxiliary will meet with Mra. Robert Gray this evening. Miss Louise Partridge, who ia teach ing in Burlington, spent tlc week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. If!. B. Partridge. Administrator's Sale at Auction pocket pirture rax ronunnina photo and coin: owner may uvt by paying Tor advertininir. LOST Betwn mith Uvk farm and Wiltiamstmin a ahrrptiiin linrd foal, finder pjwe return to the 'I imra offW and b rewarded. 2UJtS WANTED-- Plain rin. mrndinc and Rfn- vrwl repairing-; Mra. Delia, Smith, so Averill St.. Barre, V t 20Jt3 TO KENT A cottare of si nnrnn. elc-tric lipht and in aimd condition, vacant Nov. 2Hh; E. L. rnmore. 1 flrmoant St. ifitttf WANTED-By a ynunr lady, one or two partly furnished. heaul room : und re plies to 'R- 8. P.." care Timm nV-e. JI-'U LOST - Thi mnmine between Jackson's elore and KpauMine street, a canvas storm horae blanket; finder please rftiirn to Timet office. 2;tl (OR SALE - Pntrtically new Crawford stove, one larye Peninsular ranee, suitable on farm, one stove with n attornment, lanre wood and eoai heaters, new and need strve piis. also household frmttune and linoleum: Abram Kine, 464 4M4a4pUe44H linoleum; Abram Elba, 4a Maple Ave. 1'OJth will lie given. All are welcome. Notice. Regular meeting of branch o. 12, (,. W. 1. V. of X. A., will be held in Mile' Tta It Wednesday, Xov. 10, at o'clock. Card of Thanks. WANTED Eie-it-class letter eulter; Martinson Eetata t o. anr.lv ! We wih to express our appreciation ' of the kindness of all our friend at i the time of the funeral ami hurial of 'our -on and brother? Corp. Wilfred .1. t amirc. and te especially would r tend thanks to the St. Jean Bapticte nH-icty and the Ameriian Legion., j Mr. and Mra. itltsrrt Camire, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Rarcnmb. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Is mile, ' Abide Camire, ' I Rachel Camire. i Alliert Camire. In settlement of the estate of the late Charles E. Davis and Ida S. Davis, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the premises on the Richardson road, INtown as the IVJ! Stone place, on Saturday afternoon. Xov. 13, at 1 o'clock sharp, the follow ing described articles of household fur niture and other personal prtijierty: Beds, bedding, chairs, stove In espe cially good condition, tables, table lin en, led linen, pictures, couches, stands, dishes of all kinds, clocks, mirrors. chiffonier, sideboard,, lamps, writing de-k, art square, sewing machine, ice 7 t cream freezer, wash boiler, tub, lot of j garden and carpenter's tools, lace cur tains,' ringer, stone jars, floor cover ing, etc., etc. Terms at time of sale. Ktcrything will be sold without reserve or limit. D. A. FERRY, Administrator. For a Merry Musical Christmas Make your Christmas a merry musical one. Round out your Christmas joy and add that festive ' note of Yuletide cheer by getting a Columbia Grafonola. Spend only a few minutes in our store. Hear this . beautiful instrument play the latest music, dances, : songs, and Grand Opera selections. Thenjou will understand why the Columbia Grafonola is the most wonderful Christmas Gift. The latest models to choose from all equipped with the Non Set Automatic Stop, Never stops before it should. Always stops at the very end. Nothing to move or set or measure. We'll be looking for you, so be sure to call and let us demonstrate how you, too, can have j a merry musical Christmas. Join Our Christmas Grafonola Club This Week $3.75. Don't delay. Next week you will pay more. The Red Cross Pharmacy THE ORIENTAL SIX! fa now ir. m jxwitiof. to fumwb MUSIC FOR DANCES and Entertainments nf All Descriptions. Telephone 553-W. Horse Blankets We have a new lot of Street and Stable Blankets in different sizes and weights. .If you are in need of Blan kets see us early about them. We are also showing a fine line of Wool Auto Shawls and Robes. C. W. Averill & Co. , Barre, Vermont the WINCHESTER store 1 K1 n ran rae UNION CLO a ft ING C O arre Vt on the entire stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Rubbers ih Now Going on in Full Swing Store open until 5 o'clock Wednesday niht. Closed all day Thursday, Armistice Day. - ( - -aar---T-..JaSJsn5qcyAfS 1