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.THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, . VT. , .TILUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1D20.
. I ' ' . . .. : I - Ill . . . f I The Homer Fitts Go., inc The Store Where Quality Counts" The Next Important Event on This, Store s Calendar Brings Our Annual Thanks Sale givin November 20, '22, 23, 24 Days of Super-Value Keeping" abreast of the times is our business, and coincident with recent reductions in the cotton , goods market we are able to offer our customers many items at greatly lowered prices for this Thanksgiving Sale. They are a great saving as compared with prices of same goods a short time ago; ; Come to this sale prepared to share in the -many economies offered. Every item is strictly v . high grade quality and every value genuine. . ' ' Sale Commences, Saturday, Nov. 20, .Closes Wednesday, Nov. 24 hour i Giving Turkish Towels. ... .... ... 59c Extra size, heavy weight. Re cently sold for 79c. , Turkish Towels ........ . 39c Good size, soft and absorbent. Re cently sold for 69c. Crash Towelling. . ..... 25c yd. Bleached, 17-inch, blue border. Re , cently sold for 35c. Bed Spreads...... ..$3.98 Hemmed crochet, extra quality. Recently sold for $4.98. Pillow Cases 49c Hemmed and hemstitched, 42x36. Recently sold for 59c Bed Comforters." .$6.49 . High grade quality, full size. Re cently sold for $8.50. Plaid Blankets....' ..$5.49 Wool finish, edges ribbon bound. Recently sold for $6.98 pair. Cotton Blankets $3.25' White and gray, full size. Re . cently sold for $4.25 pair. .White Outing- Flannel ... 35c yd. Twilled, best quality, 27-inch. Re cently sold for 55c yard. Fancy Outing Flannel . . 45c yd. Extra heavy grade, neat patterns. Recently sold for 65c yard. Cotton Batting 19c Pure white and good size. Re cently sold for 29c. Table Damask 98c yd. Linen finish, handsome patterns. Recently sold for $1.39 yard. Mercerized Napkins ... $2.75 doz. All hemmed, ready to use, 18-inch. Recently sold for $3.50 dozen. Bleached Cotton. . . . . . . . 19c yd. Good quality, yard wide. Recently sold for 35c yard. English Long Cloth . . 25c yd. Soft finish, good grade, 36-inch. Recently sold for 39c. Birds Eye Diaper. . ...... .$1.89 10 yards in piece, 18 inches wide. Recently sold for $2.75. Striped Waistings. ... .. 49c yd. Flannel finish, 32-inch. Recently sold for 98c yard. Lining Satines 59c yd. Black and colors, 36 inches wide. v Recently sold for 75c yard. Fabric Gloves 69c pair Sizes 712 to 8Vi only, best grade. Recently sold for $1.25 pair. Lining Silks. ., . .$1.98 yd.- Handsome designs, 36-inch. Re cently sold for $2.98 yard. Kimono Silks. . . .". .... .$1.98 yd. Beautiful floral patterns, 36-inch. Recently sold for $2.98. Kimono Aprons. $1.39 Made of good quality percale. Re cently sold for $1.98. ..$4.49 yd. Recent- Plaid Skirtings All-wool, 56 inches wide, ly sold for $5.98 yard. Wool Skirtings .$6.49 yd. Handsome plaids, 56 inches wide. Recently sold for $7.98 yard. Wool Coatings. ...... .$3.98 yd. Good range of shades, 56-inch. Re cently sold for $4.98. Women's Burson Hose. 49c pair Black only, regular and outsize. Recently sold for 59c and 65c a pair. Women's Night Robes. '. .' .$1.98 Made of white and colored flannel. -Recently sold for $2.79. Envelope Chemise. , .$1.29 Good quality cotton, all sizes. Re cently sold for $1.75 and $2.00. Crepe Night Robes. ...... .$1.39 White and colored stripes. Re cently sold for $2.00. Infants' White Dresses.4. . .$1.35 Many pretty styles, fine materials. Recently sold for $2.00 and $2.25. - Women's Corsets. ........ .$2.50 -Exceptionally well, made, all sizes. Recently sold for $3.50. Children's Rompers. . 98c Made of Gingham and Crepe. Recently sold for $1.50. House Dresses $2.69 Light and dark. Ideal make. Re cently sold for $3.50 and $3.75. The Thanksgiving Sale of Winter Coats Offers You Garments of Quality at Real Savings The Qualities and the Prices alone would commend these Coats to discern ing women but when they consider that they can secure a whole sea son's wear by purchasing a Coat at jthis Thanksgiving Sale it makes coat buving an event of double importance. JUS WOMEN'S AND MISSES' Winter Coats Reduced to .25 28 Former price, $37.50. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' Winter Coats Reduced to 25 512 , Former price, $65.00. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' Winter Coats Reduced to 00 36 Former price, $47.50. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' Winter Coats Reduced to 67.25 Former price, $89.50. r If Silk Petticoats $3.75 TafTeta silk in full range of good hade?. Recently gold for $5.9?. RED CROSS FO ROLL CALL Still the Greatest Mother in the World Every Dollar HelpsRenew Your Membership Cotton Petticoats 98c Made of pood quality black ratine. Recently o!d for $1.75. UMflM 'DRY GOODS CO. SERVICE-SATISFACTION Aire You Shsmn These Medecedl Mce? The wise, economical woman "is taking advantage of the low prices at which we have marked our stock. It is a well-known fact that there is no great surplus of manufactured cotton goods on hand. Mills are idle, others are working only half time. What can be the result, but a scarcity of merchandise. This can mean nothing butfhigher prices. We firmly believe prices have struck bottom. We are buying, becsfuse we believe the time is ripe -Many customers are buying at our reduced prices, and they won't regret it , Following we mention a few of the reduced prices. There are many others. Again We Advise You to Buy Now DARK and LIGHT PERCALES, were 48c, now, per yard . 23c One lot OUTING FLANNEL, sold at 39c, now, yard. ..... 25c 36-Inch BLEACHED COTTON, was 39c, now, yard.,. . ... . . 25c 36-Inch FRUIT OF THE LOOM COTTON, was 59c, now, yd. 33c Best PEQUOT SHEETS, 81x90, were $3.00, now. ...,.-.. .$2.49 i SEAMED SHEETS, 72x90, were $2.25, now. ... . . .,- 1.49 Fine HUCK TOWELS, good size, were 50c, now. . ... . . 35c BLANKETS, gray or white (60x76), were $3.98, now.. .$3.19 12-Inch WOOL SERGE, all colors, price now, yard . . . . . . . . ., 1.49 v V BLACK PETTICOATS, were $2.00, now 1.39 ; CHILDREN'S KNIT UNDERWAISTS, sold at 50c, now. ... . 29c Lot of CORSETS, were $2.00 v?lue, now $1.50 WOMEN'S KNIT UNDERSKIRTS, were $2.50, now: ... . . 1.50 BLEACHED COTTON CRASH, was 30c, now, yard 21c BEST PRINTS, dark or light, were 29c, now, yard ........ 19c SILK HOSE, black and brown, were $1.25, now, pair. $1.00 WOMEN'S EXTRA HEAVY FLEECED VESTS and PANTS, $2.00 value, now 1.49 Suits Our entire stock of Women's and Misses' Fall Suits going at . 25 Discount Women's, Misses' and Children's Coafls Wonderful values All bought since the price reductions took place. Our assortment of Coats for quality and style is not surpassed by a store in northern Vermont And our prices will save you money. f BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1920. The Weather. rrttv rloudv to-nitrht and Friday. moderate temperature fresh westerly nnas. THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY You must have some merchandise in our line for the winter. Suits, Overcoats, Trousers, Sheep-lined Goats, at . 20 Per Cent Underwear, Sweaters, Shirts, Hats and Caps, Overalls and Jackets, Gloves and Mittens, and all Furnishing Goods at 10 Per Cent Discount. The Red Cross are worthy of your support. TALK OF THE TOWN Burr'i jewelry itore will be open Monday and Saturday night until the new year. dv. Big sale of trimmed haUj'100 $3.50, 2o at .W, thia week only. Mm. A. M. CajToll. Oscar Grener has returned to hi home on Beckley hill, after visiting rel ative in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. A. P. Carey of Newark, N. J., i a intent of Tier sister. Mrs. Arthur Moore of Beacon atreet. Auction sale of Mrs. Christine Hen ry's household goods at 9 Mount street Saturday at 1 :30 p. m. O. H. Halo, auctioneer. adv. Mrs. .lohn Warlev of Lowell, Mass., ..... . . . W T is visiting at tne nome 01 mt. .. i. CallsBhan at 44 Tark street and will he the truest of Mrs. Callaghan until after Thanksgiving day. Regular meeting of L' Union tit. .Tean Baptiste, Friday, Xov. 19. at 7.-W1 .fc.m in Wnrthon hall. At 8:30 a short program of music, folk songs and recitations in rrenrn win oe giv en, followed by dancing and refresh ments. Admission to non-members. 2.V for adult and 16c for children over 12. Kveryliody welcome. adv. Arthur Miles, the South Main street barber, is nursing a painful incision in his left hand a the result of an acci dent Tuesday afternoon. While honing . f it i . i i a pair ol scissor ne siaooeu mr ymim of his hand, accidentally, the ci'r blade nearly penetrating completely through the hand. However, he is managing to keep at his work regard less of the injury. rians are being made to-day Yv Contractor A. B. Lane for the remod elling of the rooms in the Wort hen block, vacated by the Granite City rre of late, to suit the needs of the McAllister & hit Insurance and Keal l.etate acr-ncy. The rooms will be com pletely overhauled and f nit-bed as vn as possible sine it i the desire of the agency to move into these quarters Tuesdar nitrht's storm seem to hae bf a bsrd one for birds and jfowl. of the air. Afc-x Kcnnie found PrmtiM .trfft vetcrrisT morning a ea gull, tars had evidently been! drien inland. On leg was broken! and there was a -gunWt wosmd in. itX4de. Mr. Krnaie took the wound-; ed bird hme, Mit K srwiU nt est.j nJ. Vl.tr .f r:rsnittillc tti'ked HI" 'on Quarry strs-rt et"dsv a wond jdok, wW-a Ktmi.T bad Wa bloaej i ec'it swtiieg S"-1 wa ttrniwi! , j f -r V titne beir.f H took ih b.r4 j ' h'-k tm t he b.il i'h t lie ixtce''.- of j rrWir.( it ! I.'r jmi at P--it j -'nj li 'c'j Vartaa'a. I The Frank McWhorter Co. SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY, NOV. 20TH Wash Boilers This is a tin boiler with copper bottom, the same . kind we cold a short time ago. One day onlyBe sure to get yours. C. W. Averill & Co. Bari-e, Vcrmnt the IVNCffESTSR STORf i -