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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, aiAHRE. VT., FJilDAV, FEBRUARY 18, 1921.
8 It Homer Fitts Co. , t Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts' VALUES FOR SATURDAY Combining Quality With Economy Every item featured for this selling event is strictly high grade in every respect, and at the extremely low prices they are marked it will prove to be a wise investment if you buy for future as well as present needs. Imperial Outing Flannel Specially Priced 25c a yard An extra good quality, warm and serviceable, just the right weight for Night Gowns, Pajamas, etc. Comes in a good variety of neat pink and blue fancy stripes, 27 inches wide. Don't overlook this opportunity as the value is exceptional Silk Flounce Petticoats Specially Priced $2.49 each Exceptionally well made of fine quality percaline with 10-inch flounces of best grade taffeta silk. All wanted colors are represented, including plenty of blacks. Without a doubt one of the best petticoat values we've ever offered our customers. White Bed Spreads Specially Priced $1.89 each Plain hemmed in neat crochet patterns, 82 inches long and 76 inches wide. An opportunity for those who keep roomers to replenish their supply. Mercerized Huck Towels Specially Priced 25c and 29c each Hand and guest sizes with beautiful floral design in border to match. Pure white bleach, highly mercer ized yarns. They will make splendid spare- towels for use when guests arrive. First Catch Your Cold Ah, but that's easy. The easiest thin the system does in the winter is to accu mulate a cold. Yet it might be one of the easiest things to remedy, too. For instance-Our COLD REMEDY is as ftne a combination for the breaking up of colds as ever any system responded to. It's quick because it's active. It's thor ough because of this same activity. It's remedial anil it is safe. A mighty good thing to depend oft. 25c box and tax. Drowns Drug Store 48 Ncrth Main Street Some Low Prices Are Being Made at This Store on all Winter weight goods. Overcoats, Suits, Sheeplined Coats, Underwear, Shirts and Sweaters. We can save you money. BARRE DAILY TIMES FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921. v The Weather. Fair to night and Saturday; colder to-night; fresh northwest winds, be coming easterly. TALK OF THE TOWN New sheet music on sale to-day at Bailey's' Music Rooms. adv. Regular meeting of thp Woodmen at 7 o'clock Friday, Feb. 18. Buy Victrolas and Sonera talking machines this week at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. ' Miss Marion Anker of the Univer sity of Vermont, Burlington, is making a short visit in the city. Dance, Saturday night, Howland hall, after Spaulding-Montpelier game. Slusic by Novelty Six. adv. Saturday special at Hooker's, felt back inoleum mats, 18-inch by .10- inch, while they last, 45c. adv. Dance every Saturday night, Mont pelier armory. Carroll's orchestra. Spe cial car to Barro after dance. adv. Robert Barclay of Norwich univer sity, Northfield, arrived in the city last evening to remain over the week end. Miss Evelyn Fox, accompanied by her sister, Rena, left this afternoon for Montreal, where they will make a short visit with friends Mrs. Jane Phillips of Currier street left yesterday noon for Boston, where she will make a few weeks' visit with her daughters, Mrs. Craig and Mrs. Aiken. The largest stock of wallpaper in central Vermont. Over 20,000 rolls new and up-to-date patterns to select from. C. A. Heath, 04 North Main street. dv. Clarence Burke left this afternoon for Burlington, where he is planning to attend the Kake Walk and winter carnival to be held Monday and Tues day of next week. Dance, dance, dance. Another one at Cobble- Hill grange hall Friday eve ning, Feb. IS. A good time assured. Everyone come. Collins' orchestra. Ad mission, 5c a couple. Refreshments. adv. Mrs. IT. A. Hay and Mrs. F. Woodry of Salida. Col.," arrived in the city earlv this morning to be present at the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Catherine Mackenzie, which was held tRis fore noon, - - Miss Dorothy Savage of Waitsfielil arrived in the city this morning to at tend the school teachers' conference now in session at. Spaulding. While in the city she will be the guest of Miss I.. Jean Bisbee of French street. At lust you may buy happiness! Get it in a box of Bitro-Phosphate at E. A. Drown & Co.'s drug store. (Jain weight and vigor. Be robust and healthy. Enjoy restful sleep, a good appetite and youthful energy. Guaranteed for in creased weight and nerve quiet. adv. The Lincoln seventh grade, under ; manager and captain, Russell Brech- j in and Tony Sasorosi, respectfully,: defeated Mrs. Wales' seventh grade of . the Mathewson school last night in the Lincoln gymnasium by the score of 20 to 4. McCarthy, White, Sassorossi and Johnson starred for Lincoln. Miss Marion Dana, principal of the Waitsficld high school, and Miss l'er rine, a memlT of the faculty, and also a member of the committee for draw ing up a state economic program, ar rived in the city this morning from Waitsfjeld, to be present at the Wi nooski vallev school teachers' confer ence to be held at Spaulding to-day and to-morrow. As far as enjoyment and pleasure eoes the covered-dish social held at the UnlVersalist church last evening was ( a huge success. Only a fair attendance was present, but it was not until 11:30, that they could force themselves awayj from the cJiurcn. a rouna oi music, readings, games and a light luncheon passed the evening all too quickly. The soloists. Miss Leone Reynolds, James Bennett, Mason Tierce and the reader, Dr. F. M. Lyude, all responded to hearty encores. The annual Washington birthday celebration held by IrMiini tribe, No. ltl, I. O. Jtl M., each year will be held in Clan Gordon hall" Friday evening, Feb. 25. It has been customary here tofore to hold a banquet on this occa sion but lalwr conditions in Barre this winter gave the entertainment -committees of the trile and Ladies of Pocahontas ivason to believe that the celebration should I restricted this rear to a dan-e. Of course, only members of the tribe, ladie of Poca hontas and invited guesta are admit ted to this affair, Great chiefs from various parts of the state and widows of deceased members are to be the guests of the tribe that evening, when every danc from a war dance to a Highland Fling will be enjoyed during the hours of 8 o'clock Friday evening ami 2 o'clock Saturday morning. An orchestra capable of furnishing the proper time for these various dancif has been engaged. Refreshments are to be nerved during the evening. Notice. The Beaver Monument Works, un der the name of John Gibellini and Son. have discontinued busine and wish the Monument Works not to're ceive any orders under thn alxive name, and wish no more bills to be sent in under this name. John Gibellini. 45 Corporation street, Beaver, Pa. j TALK OF THE TOWN Player piano rolls on sale at Bai ley's. adv. , A. E. Bryant of Northfield was in the city yesterday. New arrival of silk dresses at Morse's, Montpelier. adv. Regular meeting of the Woodmen at 7 o'clock Friday, Feb. 18. ' Dunce and oyster supper at East Montpelier Wednesday night, Feb. 23; Carroll's orchestra. adv. Dance, Saturday night, Rowland hall, after Spaulding-Montpelier game. Music by Novelty Six. adv. John Shores of Hill street yesterday went to Montreal to visit for a week ! or so with his brother and mother. Just received another half carload of wallpaper direct from the factory. C. A. Heath, 94 North Main street. adv. Mrs. Joseph Ladrie and daughter, Antoinette, of 32 Nelson street are passing three or four days in Burling ton. Ira Baker of West Alburg, a biisi-' ness visitor in the city for the past few days, returned to his home yes. day. Leroy Anderson of 2fl Warren street to-day" left for Worcester, Mass., in tending to spend a week or more with friends. Bradford C. Patch of the Boston of fice of the Cook-Watkins Manufactur ing Co. is spending a few days at the Barre plants. Alexander Fintey, several weeks ago went to Peekskjll. N. Y., to work at his trade, stone cutting, returned to Barre yesterday. Mrs. Sidney H. Weaver of St. Al bans returned to her homo yesterday after spending several days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dunbar, of 2 North street. Through the, office of the D. A. Perry Real Estate agency the four-teflemcnt house at number 17 Addison street, belonging to Mr. and Mrs. John Papin of Elm street extension was sold to Mrs. Emma M. Whittemore of Elmore ' yesterday afternoon. In this trans'action Mr. Papin takes a parcel of land, about enough for two building lots, located near Elmore pond, which he will hold as an invest ment. Mr. and Mrs. Whittemore will come to Barre to reside about March I. Under the direction of Coach Joseph Leahey the Goddard seminary basket ball team started this, morning on tln-.ir annual trip into Massachusetts. Coach Leahey carries only one extra player on the trip. The personnel of the team as it will line up to-night against dishing academy at Ashliurndalc, Mass., is W follows: Cyran, rf, Au gust If, Jarvis c, Kinn rg. Johnson Ig, MeGurghan substitute. The game that was to have been pbucd with Com merce high of Springfield has been can celed on account of a joint celebra tion of four high schools in Springfield on Washington's birthday. Many of the Commerce players have an active part in "the celebration, and will be un able to play in the game. I'nder such conditions it was considered advis able to call the game off. After, the the Cushing game to-night, the semi nary will play Dean academy to-morrow", and Chicopee high school on Mon day night, returning to the city some time Tuesday in time for the Alumni day celebration at Goddard on Wash- j ington s birthday. JTATERBURY Schools were closed to-day because of the teachers attending the meetings of the Winooski Valley Teachers' as sociation. The concert by the Norwich ile club begins at 8:30, as it will be pre ceded by the basketball game with the team from Burlington high school. Tuesday evening, two barge loads went to the Center and enjoyed the entertainment given for the benefit of the Community club. The ladies of Waterhury Center, under the direc tion of Mrs. B. S. Morey, had charge of the atfair. A concert bv the "or chestra, with vocal solos ami readings by Mrs. Kallileen LeBaron Luce, were greatly enjoyed. Waterhury tenter, which was Mrs. Lure's former home, takes great pleasure in her accomplish ments and in securing her services gave to the audience the best posible in local talent. Mrs. Lik gae many new numbers, as well as some of the old-time favorites. A supper served by the ladies in chary of the affair was certainly substantial enjoyment. The orchestra furnished fine music for the promenade and many felt they were again back to their youthful days. Women were out to the lecture by Dr. Maney, the district health offWr, in the village hall Wednesday evening. Men were in the minority, which con clusively showed that the women were interested in public questions. Dr. Maney told much of interest regard ing the quarantine laws, the work of the district health board and the su periority of this over the o!4 system. Much stress was also laid upon medi cal inspection in the schools, whh-h it is expected Waterhury will adopt. Much of interest was explained regard ing the cleanliness of milk supplies and the advantage of having tuberculin-tested rattle. ' N. L. Dunbar, the popcorn ling of Fayston. has been in town for a few days. Mr. Dunliar, .produced last year 150 bushels of fine popi-orn. He also has choice seed, which he is selling. It is safe to suppose that Je is one of the largest growers of popcorn in this sec tion of the state. " Large numliers from here have been attending "Way lXwn East," as shown in the Playhouse at Montpelier. A Specia: Sale ASBESTOS SAD IRONS in sets . of three. Regular Price $3.00. Sale Price $ 1 .89 Per Set Get yours at once See window C. W. Averill & Co. UN ION DRY GO Service Satisfaction - i ODS CO. aUk wo ,3 AYS Fri day and Satorday the lafet days of our After mvento ry Sal We've added some bargains for these FINAL CLEARANCE DAYS that are almost unbelievable until you see them Look at This Children's Black Cotton Hose A better Stocking than you bought two months ago for 39c. All sizes, 6 to 9 1-2. 60 dozen in -I Cr the lot at, per pair, lcJU Not over six pairs to a customer, seconds, but first quality. These are not You'll Wonder at This 40-inch Unbleached Cotton Good quality. The well-known Manilla brand. Sold two months ago at 40c a yard'. For . Friday and Saturday 15c per yard 36-Inch BLEACHED COT TON, at 17c 40-Inch LOCKW00D COT TON, at t 19c BLANKETS-60x76, were -$3.98, now .$2.75 PERCALES Dark and Light Colors . . 18c 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 29c Former price, 50c BLEACHED CRASH, Spc- -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 GLQRIA UMBRELLAS with handsome white ring han dles. A big value; at $5.00, but we offer them in this sale at $3.19 A- Lot of $3.50 UMBREL LAS, to close at ........".$2.19 A few $2.50 UMBRELLAS at $1.49 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 $3.9S Children's Sweaters, sold up to $3.50, at .$1.98 Lot of Drawer Leggins, gold at $2.00, now 9Sc All WINTER UNDERWEAR at 25 Per Cent Discount SILK HOSE, black and brown, values up to $1.50, to close at 98c We have made ia 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 . . . .$2.25 All $3.50 CORSETS at. . . .$2.75 All $4.00 CORSETS at . . . .$3.00 MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Robes, Chemese, Skirts, sold at $1.50, now .$1.13 $2.00 Underwear now $1.39 $2.50 Underwear now $1.83 $3.00 Underwear now $2.19 BLACK PETTICOATS, 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 $3.9S In Our Garment Section You'll 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 S30.00, all an one rack priced at, each, $10.00 X , 1 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 ' Lot of Silk and Wool Dresses, values up to $25.00, all at each, $10.00 All better Dresses at big price reductions PURS Buy now for next year you won t regret it. Our entire stock of Scarfs and Muffs now at 33 1-3 off. From the finest Fox Scarfs , to the lover,priced Furs, everything included Ten Fu 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 Go. Barre, Vermont THE TMCtfESTSR STORE Frank McWhorter Co.