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XiiK "-HAIUIK DAILY TIMES, JIAHHE,. VT.. F1UDAV, FKBUUARV 11, 1921.
fc2 The T-Jrmfr Fitt.Q On. Incorporated " The Store Where Quality Courtis" . Saturday Specials Our patrons don't 'have to wait any longer forxreductions, they can buy right now. Here are special values for Saturday as evidence. English Long Cloth (10 Yards in Piece) Specially, priced $2.29 per piece Less than 23c a yard for this fine long cloth. It has a fine chamois finish and is just the right weight for all underwear purposes, 36 inches wide. Sold by the piece only. Buy now for Spring sewing. Cotton Blankets (Size 64 X 76 Inches) Specially priced $1.98 pair They come white and gray with fancy pink and blue borders, there're good weight and make excellent sheets for these Winter nights. Pillow Cases (Size 42 X 36 Inches) Specially priced 29c each, They'ie made f long wearing cotton free from starch and run true to size before hem ming. There are only 10 dozen in the lot, so come early Saturday. White Crochet Cotton 10c a spool 150 and 200 yard spools, sizes 15 to 80, made by one of the country's best manufacturers. Re cently sold for 15c a spool. ' "11 EAR RE DAILY TIMES Phone 28 Munsing Union Suits for Men and Boys The reliable underwear, the best fitting and best wearing. The word Munsing means satisfaction. Men's sizes priced at S3.C0, 3.50, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00 and 8.50. Hoy's sizes priced at 2.00 and 3.00. AH subject to a liberal discount. M N. D. Phelps Co. Ifl& February 5 to 12 et Prices . ' on Tlnermos Goods In the w i n t e r keeps things hot. In the summer keeps things cold. You'll look a long time, before you find articles as practical, useful, desirable or" acceptable as these "year round" conveniences. We offer our American Thermos Bottles and Lunch Kits For This Sale Only No. 396 Lunch Kit $3.83 No. 400 Lunch Kit 3.83 No. 14 Pt. Thermos Bottle 2.76 No. 15 Pt. Thermos Bottle 3.40 No. 6 Pt. Thermos Bottle 3.83 No. 14 Qt. Thermos Bottle . . . . , 4.04 No. 13 Qt. Thermos Bottle 4.89 No. 6 Qt. Thermos Bottle 5.31 Pt. Food Jars 1.25 Qt. Food Jars - 5.74 Pt. Bottle Fillers 1.49 Qt. Bottle Fillers 2.13 We will forward by Tarcel Post on receipt of money order or check. Do not miss this chance. Barrc, Vt. g FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921. The Weather. Snow probably to-night and Satur day j not much cIihuku in temperature; strong northeast and north, shifting to west winds. TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN HI Homemade pastry for sale at Cen i e i.- I llitl vn li:. -nil Q "Sonora AValU Sortg," five cents a copy, at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Cherry, follee and Venetian iee cream at our soda fountain. Iiarre Drug (Jo. lftniemler the anniversary of the carientar!' union at their hall Kelt. 14. Supper at 7 p. m. When down this way try our ice creams and sodas the way we berve them. Jlarre Drug Co. The Frank McWhorJer Co. has two ladies' fur driving coat that can be purchased at a low price. adv. Mr. ajid Mrs. John I.. Moscley of Xorthfield are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey M. YYilley, for a few days. Always something new at our soda fountain. Kver try our cofTee ice cream with hot fudge or hot butter scotch? Barre Drug Co. Notice: There will be a meeting of the Foreign Masons Friday evening, Feb. 11, at 7 o'clock. James Glass, president, Alfred Milne, secretary. Svenskt foredrag hallos af E. Erick son. 1). S. Sek. pa Oddfellow's hall lordagen den 11 Feb. kl. 8 e. m. Efter foredraget en svengom och kaffeo. Skandinaver vclkoiuna. Miss Marie (iamache and Misses Laura and Eleanor Xegretti, who have been employed for the past few mynths in the Houghton & Dutton store in Boston, returned to their homes in Barre yesterday, for an indefinite stay. Some people believe Alex Fark, a 'salesman of Ford automobiles and trucks for the Perry Automobile Co., is "rushing the season" by appearing on the snow-clad streets of Barre in a straw hat. This he did yesteftlay morn ins, probably not because of the warm rays of the sun, but in conformity with his "little Pasadena," a Ford se dan highly decorated on the" interior with paper roses, which floats about the city from day to day advertising the Ford car. A ign board which overhung the sidewalk in front of the Frank Shea hoe store at right angles with the Worthen building was yesterday re moved from its time-honored posi tion and firmly attached to the build ing over the steps of the store. C. A. Heath who painted the sign 10 years neo for the Barre Shoe Co.. then con ducted at this store by Charles F. Young, now of Burlinaton. repainted the sign six years ago for Frank Shea and again yes rday changed its posi tion and repainted it again. The Tark theatre construction work mav be completed by Easter time. Architect E. J. Rolen of the Black ... .. . 1 , A - - f . Theatre urcut uecarea ye , . , u AVilliam.town ! We have nev ernoon i ne pwn !. f(jll(, j , oatlKp, Wp wi not finished and within a few days the.. ., . . . . , , , , , -n inn in mi. STUCCO worKers Him urntrnu'm win ' NVw sheet, music on sale to-day at Bailey's Music Rooms.-! adv. Frank Tettamanti has gone to St. Johnsbury on a short business visit. Cherry, coffee and Venetian ice cream at our soda fountain. Barre Drug Co. Joseph Stumpf left for Boston last night in the interests ot the Uarre oar age Co. (Jianelli Colombo went to Morris- villc yesterday to pass a few days with friends. Carlo Frattini, formerly of Barrc, but now of Bridgeport, Conn., is mak ing a brief visit at Ins home hero. ' Save money, et my prices on watches and watch and clock repair ing. E. O. Holme's, ti Maple Grove, tel. 241.-X.-udv. John Manley of Itrattleboro came to Barre yesterday afternoon on a husi ness visit and plans to return to his home to-day. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar H. Johansson of 5 Newton street wish to announce, the engagement of their daughter, Mildred, to Andrew Nelson of tins city. Mr. and Mrs. K. X. Knapp leave to night for Chiirlestown, N. H., where they will' visit for a week with Mr. Knapp's brother, G. S. Knapp. Mrs. James Sim of Toronto, Canada, who iuie here two weeks ago after learning of the serious illness of her niece, Mrs. James Duff, returned to her home yesterday afternoon. A leading hairdresser says she has found nothing as good as Parisian Sage to cure dandruff and make the hair wavy, thick and Justrous. E. A. Drown sells the genuine adv. Gain weight. Steady your nerves. Enrich vour blood. Let Bitro-l'hos- nhate help to renew vour youthful en ergy and bring the glow of health to your cheeks. Positively guaranteed. Obtainable at E. A. Drown & Co. drug store. adv. Miss Flora Coutts, the fifth grade teacher of the Brook street school, who suffered a broken right leg in a coast ing accident on Beckley hill five weeks ago, was able by the use of crutches to journey to her home in Waterbury yesterday afternoon. Miss Coutts ex pects to resume duties at the school early in March. W1LLIAMSTOWN C. J. Cram, Civil War Veteran, Died This Morning. C, J. Cram, a veteran of the Civil war, died this morning at 1:3(1 at the I home of his brother, C. . Cram, of hardening of the arteries and compli cations. He had been in poor health for a few weeks. Mr. Cram was a farmer. His wife died several years ago. He is survived by two daugh ters, botlf of Williamstown. Mrs. Frank Hopkins and Mrs. Dunham. Besides the brother almve mentioned, another lirnthpr. llenrv ("ram. resides in Provi dence. R. I. "l-iineral services will be held from the home of C. V. Cram on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. rive from Boston, to begin their work. As yet, a floor will have to be laid in the "entire building before seats and other equipment can be installed. At the theatre under construction on th? corner of Pearl and Main streets, the property , of a different company en tirely, the finishing touches are being made, and yesterday Manager John E. Hol.an believed his house would be ready to open within two weeks. The plumbers are fast completing the in stallation of ' the excellent ventilat ing system, the paintinsc work is near ing completion. Within a few days carpenters will be arranging and set ting fine comfortable seats. Bam Branch, G. C. I. A. Drs. Rogers of Pittsford and Bart lett of Framini'liamr Mass., will be at the office of Dr. Jarvis Suntfay, Feb. 1.1. Any memlier wishing an exam ination can have same by calling there between 9. a. m. and 5 p m. Avviio. Apli scalpellini di Barre. Si f nolo cbe Domcnica 11 Febbraio il Dottore Bartlett di Framinham, j all our young people are invited. Thur Little tots millions of them dying without parents, starving and dyinr in Europe and Asia right now. They are the helpless victims of the war. drought and famine. This includes three different reliefs, the Near East, the China famine fund and the European Belief or Hoover fund, i The money pledged will lie. divided) among the three. Xext week ladies! from the Rural Good Luck and Home Study clubs will call on you. Centenary M. E. church Rev. Alba M. Marknv. pastor. Sunday services: Sermon at W:4." a. m., "Life's Untried Pathways." We cordially invite all our memliors and friends to this hour of helpful worpship. 12 m., Bible school. A place and a welcome await you in one of our classes. 7:30. sermon, "Abra ham, Greatest of t'"" Patriarch, Found er of the Jewish, Religion." This will be the first in a series of "Beacon Lights of , Bible History, or Lesons from Great Lives.' It is hoped there will be a large attendance at this un ion gathering. Tuesday evening at 7 : .'10, Epworth league, theme, "Mission Study Hcstorink a Country." At the j close of this meeting there will be aj social time at (he parsonage to which) Mass., e il Dottore Rogers di Pittsford. specialist! in malattie di petla, so tro eranno nell' uflleio del Dot tor Jarvis, a disposiz.ione di ooloro che voranno avere una visita medica. Gli scalpellini die hanno pagato lo scudo di tassa, e chc ancora non furona sottoposti a nessuna Tsita. possono appropittare di jue.-tB huomt occasione. J. McKernan, See. day evening at 7:30. an hour of song and Bible study at the parsonsffe. Theme, "The Sermon on the Mount." Matthew- 5-27 to 31. The coming of our people to these mid-week services will add inspiration and strength to all our work. Those attending the Pomona grange meeting at Berlin last Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. George T. Colby, Mr. and Mrs. Theron (. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Poor, Mrs. Mabel Ilenevides, Mrs. Charles J. Blanchard. Mrs. Ida E. 7 4? Ay regular meeting ..f & iitutrl i no t n frwwl Barre No .1117 I O j hitcomb and Clarence H. Wilfore Foresters, will be held . Friday, Feb. 11. at Warning. 7:30 p. m. Memlters I .... i . , . ., are requested to , Meetmgs of the lard of c,v, au . , i, , tuoritr to revise the checklist to be ' j urd ot the annual city election. . I The board of civil authority will 'meet in the citv court room, city hall. Special communication of 'lUrre, Vt., on the lfith, 17th, 21rd and Granite lodgw, Xo. .XI. F. and ,C4th days of February, 1021, at 7 A. M-, Friday. Feb. 11, at 7 j o'clock p. m. for the purpose of niak p. m. Work, M. M. degree. lit ions and corrections to the Refreshments will be served. checklist to he ned at the annual city Per order W. M. The mem- election March 1, 1?21. hers of the Pat Masters' association are requested (' meet at the close of the meeting. Dated at the city of Barre, this 8th day of February, 121. James Mackay, city clerk. ASBESTOS SAD IRONS in sets of three. Regular Price S3.00. Sale Price $ 1 .89 Per Set Get yours at onceSee window C. W. Averill & Co. Barre, Vermont THE WMCffSSttl STORE s il UNION DRY GOODS CO. Service Satisfaction After T7 livesitory Sale! Stock must be reduced.. Too many goods in every department. Also many odds and ends, remnants, etc., must be disposed of at once. So we've decided to start a seven day sale Beginning Saturday Morning, Feb. 12 Ending Saturday, Feb. 19 A "sale in which you can buy goods you need marked at prices RE GARDLESS OF COST for QUICK AND FINAL CLEARANCE 36-Inch BLEACHED COT TON, at 17c 40-Inch LOCKWOOD COT TON, at 19c Lot of LONG CLOTH, to close at 19c BLANKETS 60x76, were $3.98, now....... .$2.75 Note the Prices : PERCALES D a r k and Light Colors J8c LYK LINENS A beautiful sheer white fabric in a big variety of patterns ; sold at 75c Special Sale Price, yard. . . 39c FANCY PLAID BLAN KETS, were $5.00, now. ,$2.98 HOSIERY Women's Cotton Hose,-39c value, in slight seconds. At 17c Pair CHILDREN'S HOSE in fine rib Black and Brown, to close at v . . . 29c Former price, 50c. BLEACHED CRASH, Spe cial at 19c UMBRELLAS 200 Umbrellas in fine cottons and black and colored silks going in this sale at a big sacrifice. Colored Silk Umbrellas sold for $10.00. A beautiful assortment of handles. Price $6.49 BLACK GLORIA UMBRELLAS with handsome white ring han dles. A big values 'at $5.00, bul we offer them in this sale at , $3.49 A Lot of $3.50 UMBREL LAS, to close at ...$2.19 A few $2.50 UMBRELLAS at $1-19 BED SPREADS Big lot full size Bed Spreads, ex tra quality, sold for $5.00, at $3.19 OUTING FLANNELS Our best quality in White and Colors, at, per yard 23c KNIT GOODS at wonderful savings Children's Brushed Wool Suits, white and colors, a good value at $6.50, to close at .$3J9S Children's Sweaters, sold up to $3.50, at $1.98 Lot of Drawer Leggins, sold at $2.00, now 98c All WINTER UNDERWEAR at 25 Per Cent Discount SILK HOSE, black and brown, values up to $1.50, to close at 9Sc We have made a big price re duction on all House Dresses and Bungalow Aprons. WAISTS Big lot of Cotton Voile and Muslin Waists, sold from $2.50 to $2.75, to close at $1.39 REMNANTS Hundreds of remnants of all descriptions. . Cottons, Silks, Wool Goods, Linens, Crashes, Ginghams and Percales. Less Than One-Half Price All arranged on center counter. CORSETS All offered at a big reduction. One lot CORSETS, to close at $1.19 All $2.50 CORSETS at . . . .$1.85 All $3.00 CORSETS at All $3.50 CORSETS at All $4.00 CORSETS at $2.25 ..$2.75 ..$3.00 S MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Robes, Chemese, Skirts, sold at $1.50, now . . .$1.15 $2.00 Underwear now $1.39 $2.50 Underwear now $1.85 $3.00 Underwear now $2.19 BLACK PETTICOAT, in fancy flowered designs, sold at $2.50, to close at. .$1.50 SILK PETTICOATS Black and Silk Petticoats, ' -values up to $6.50, all at one price .$3.93 x In Our Garment Section You 11 find the GREATEST BARGAINS of the season. Take) your choice of any Ladies' Winter Cloth Coats in our stock at exactly ONE-HALF PRICE 25 Good Winter Coats, values up to $30.00, all on one rack Priced at, each; $10.00 Select any Suit in our stock at ONE-HALF PRICE Plush Coats at a tremendous sacrifice. Children's Coats all marked to. prices far below what you'll have to pay another year. DRESSES Wool Dresses and Silk Dresses at final" clearance prices. Six Silk Dresses to close at each, $5.00 Lot of Silk and Wool Dresses, values up to S25.00, all at, each $10.00 All better Dresses at big price reductions. , FURS Buy now for next yearyou won t regret sit. Our entire stock of Scarfs and Muffs now at 33 1-3 off. From the finest fox scarfs to the lower priced furs, everything included. Ten Fur Muffs; suitable for Children, to close at $1.98 This is our Final Clearance to make room for our Spring Stock. This is your big opportunity. The Union Dry Goods Co. Frank McWhorter Co, X.