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I 10 THE HAliUK DAILY TIMES. BAllKK, VT., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1921. , - V '
TALK OF THE TOWN TALK Ut lilt, lutviv . ur.. . . - . SUJ. Homer Fitts Co. Incorporated '"The Store Where Quality Counts" Accessories for Easter! Handbags, Veils, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosi ery and Neckwear were never more lovely or more in keeping with the lithesome spirit of spring than they are this season. And even though they contribute a world of distinction to Easter costumes they are all temptingly mod erate in price. ! Easter Hosiery Silk and Lisle in Wanted Spring Shades Gray, African Brown, Cordovan, Camel, Black and White ; per pair k 59c, 89c, SI, $1.50, S2 and $3 Easter Neckwear Collars, Collar and Cuff Sets, Vestees Newest spring shapes in Organdy, Lace and Net that contribute so much charm to any costume. 50c, 75c, $1, S1.25, $1.50 and $2 Easter Gloves Kid, Fabric and Silk New spring shades to conform with the Easter costume Imported French Kid Gloves Twoclat-p, all colir. $3.00 a pair Two-Clasp Lambskin Gloves Fine quality, new thadfs. $2.25 a pair Easter Glove Special Women's fine Lambskin Gloves, P. K. Stitched, two clasp, colors white, gray, brown. A splendid value, as they have always sold for $2.98. Specially priced $1.98 pair ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES You Must Need Some Easter Fixin's! Wc arc sure your wants may be supplied at this store. We invite your inspection. iThe; Frank McWhorter Co. RARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1921. The Weather. Unsettled weather with probably sbowon to-night and (Sunday; warmer in the interior to-night; fresh south erly windn. TALK OF THE TOWN Pee our line of Emerson hats, $7.50, at Lamorey's. adv. "Nomads of the North" at the new 'theatre Monday and Tuesday. adv. - Dancing, 0 to 12, Howland hall on Wednesday evening, Maroh 30. adv. Have a Puritan phonograph in your home for Easter. Lamorey's. adv. See the new' mahogany ease piano just - In with price reduced to $37 at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. A new arrival of Kaster hats in all the latest New York models. Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurej strcet.-radv. Dance every Saturday night, Mont-' pelier armory, Carroll's orchestra. C. V. train at 1:20 o'clock. adv. Miss Mir wishes to announced that she has opened her millinerv' parlors" at 61 Maple avenue; remodeling a spe cialty. adv. Mrs. George Anthers of Springfield, Mass., is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. T. J. Denning, of Park street for An indefinite period. To help buy uniforms for the, Gran ite City baseball team, a benefit dance will be given in carpenters' hall Friday night, April 1. ' Good music. Tickets, 70c; extra ladies, 15c. All out and lend a hand. adv. Miss Beryl Stewart of Morrisville, who lias been visiting in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for the past few weeks, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Owen of Eastern avenue for a few days before returning to her home. Mrs. Albert O'Keefe of 20 East street left to-dav for Bethel,where she is to j join her husband, who is employed in tne granite industry. -Mrs. u iveeie had her household furnishings shipped to Bethel a few days ago, where they will make their home.' Regular meeting of lumpers, boxers and derrickmen's union will be held in Foresters' hall, Worthen block, Mon day evening, Man!h 28, at 7:30 o'clock. Let every member be present who pos sibly can. Will meet the shop stew ards before the regular meeting. H. C. Allen, cor sec Note The new theatre will, be named the coming week. Every per son entering the theatre on Monday will le handed an envelope containing a card on which you should write your name, place the 'card in the envelope and seal, then write the name you choose for the theatre on the outside of the envelope and hand in not later than 10 o'clock Tuesday night. A com mittee of three disinterested persons will select the name, and the person whose flame is chosen winner will re ceive fifty dollars, to be announced from the "stage immediately after the first show Wednesday night. adv. I It No Fool. The man who never talks of the great things he is going to do, never has to explain afterwards why he didn't do them. Boston Transcript. Kiss Their Money Good-Bye. New York paper The Mongolians do not know either the kiss of friend ship or that of politeness. With them the kiss is reserved to lovers, to finan ces or man and wife. Boston Trans Read the adv. for the new theatre and win $50. adv. Tlenty of boys' suits, two pair trous ers, $10. Lamorey's. adv. A new arrival in hats to-day, Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. adv. New sheet music on sale to-day at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Your suit for Easter is here, $$5 to $40; two pair trousers. Lamorey's. adv. A splendid slightly used talking ma chine to be sold cheap at Bailey's Mu sic Rooms. adv. Ice cream, three flavors, for Easter only, 50c a quart. It's delicious. Mitch ell's Candy Store. Twas a jovial crowd of employes and emplovers of the N. D. Phelps com pany which filled the Odd Fellows' hall in the Gordon building last evening to attend the annual sugar party given under the auspices of the company. All the delicacies of a real old-fashioned Vermont sugar social were served. Syrup, furnished by G. E.: Nelson of Orange, plump doughnuts', a variety of pickles, and a whole lot more delight ful numbers on the menu were in force only to be met with art equal power ful" counter attack of the gloorn-kill-ing joy-makers. Following the "feed" music and dancing made a long evening short. Easter Exercises, Hedding Methodist Church, Sunday, 7 P. M. Prelude Song Prayer "To" You" Becinners' class Recitation Barbara Wishart Easter greetings Mrs. Andrews' class Duet Barbara and Arthur Smith "He Rose To-dav" Mrs. Holt's class Buy player piano music rolls at Bai ley Music tooms. auv. Fancy articles, aprons, candy and cooked food, hpiscopaj huzaar, How land hall, March 30. adv. Miss Katbcrine. Martin arrived home Thursday to spend her . Easter vaca lion irom an. iioivokb ruuvptj w , Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Martin of Richard son street. " Logen Granite city, No 153, S. B.' of A. Anordnar stor tast lordagen den 20, Mars kl. 8:00 e. m. Forst pa afto nens program ar dans, sedan kommer ett flnare smorgasbord samt kaffe med dopp. Alia Skanninaver hjartligt val koiiina. fen trcviig atton utfovas. w aim ij Mil ijl- umon dry good SERVICE SATISFACTION PLAWFIELD There will be a home demonstration meeting Tuesday, March 20, all day, at Odd Fellows' diningroom, under the di rection of Mim Boice. Dress forms wi be made. Mrs. D. P. Towne, who is in charge of the meeting, invited all ladies interested to be present. Recitation Recitation Song Recitation "Easter Blessing "The Wondrous King- Song Barbar Wishart Leavitt Holt Mrs. Morse's class Marion Wishart Mrs. Sowles class Miss Penn Priscilla Cole Recitation Marjone Holt Kaster Mrs. Lord's class Wuke-iin Time" Mrs. Lron s class Collection for Sunday school centenary fund. Speeded It Up. "Did the doctor do anything to has ten your recovery!" "Ohyes; he told me he was going to charge me ten dollar a visit." Boston Transcript. Quite the Contrary. "I suppose," said Heck, "your wife insists on having the last word." "Not at all," replied Peck. "In fact I close nearly all our arguments with 'Yes, my dear,' or "Very well, my dear. " Boston Transcript. A Like Errand. Marks I'm going to my brokers; I want to get rid of some bonds. Where are you off to! Pa'rks To my divorce lawyer's. I want to get rid of tome bond, too. Boston Transcript. Satisfied. Young Wife You used to say I was an angel. I suppose you think dif ferently now. , Hub--Yes, thank heaven! A nice running mate I'd be for an angel, wouldn't I! Boston Transcript. Short speed wrench, length over U 12 inches, will fit crank cae, differential muffler, rear 1 and steering wheel. Price, 77 Cents. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. Barre, Vt Conserving Words. "Good morning, Judge," chirped the genial speeder as he stepped before Judge Hackett of ltcoma. "How are you this morning?" "Fine $25," said the Judge. Boston Transcript. Slow in Proposing. .Madge inev say that muic in spires mejn to heroic deeds. Marie You ought to play the wcd- ding march when Jack calls some eve ning. Boston Transcript. Another Victim. An absconding cashier" left a note reading, "Owing: to the scarcity of housing accommodation I am unable, to leave my next address. Boston Tran script. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE Pure brad Shorthorn bull calf. two months old, from heavy milkintt strain; John A. JamUson, WUliamstown, Vt. ItHS FOR RENT Houae at Ml Waahlnrton" 8t even room, bath, furnace heat ; Inquire of V. W. NichoU, Montpelier, Vt, phone 23A-M. 10tc WANTED TO BUY Bab'rccYrt or strol- m gooa eondltion ; call 207-X. iOtl LOST While moving, a rut. between Spauldin street and 1KB Washington street; finder please brine to Times office. toa Salesmen Wanted ' Salesmen with car earn $500 to $1,000 or more monthly selling , HORNE BLENDE ASBESTOS FIBRE FIRE RESISTING LIQUID COMPOUND. The highest grade water proof, element proof and fire resisting covering and preservative for roofs and surfaces of all kinds. Every building owner and builder .a prospect. Pro tected territory. Commis sion basis; settlements monthly. Unusual oppor tunity for advancement to Field Managers. NORTH AM ERIC AN FIBRE PRODUCTS COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO. 10tl EASTER ' APPAMEL Suits Coats Wraps . Dresses Priced Most Advantageously i Smart models m Serge Suits, finely tailored and all silk lined . $22.50 to $47.50 x Stunning models of fine Tricotine, Navy or Rookie. Some with the loose box coat, beautifully embroidered. Others in the straight !ine model, braid trimmed. Also several with the flaring ripple coat. The new Spring Suits are wonderfully pretty. You will surely want one for i master. 8 Easter Gloves Cjnce again we cn offer you good Kid Gloves, infported from Paris, at reason , able prices. Finest quality Lamb Skin Gloves, in the new spring shades, priced at. . . .$2.00 Real Kid Gloves, embroidered backs, at ..$3.00 THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY Easter Preparations Of course we have Easter Hams and Boneless Smoked Shoulder and Bacon, and Fresh Native Eggs that go with them, and we have the whole line of essentials. Home Cured Hams. 8 to 15 lbs., sliced 45c, whole 35c Home Cured Boneless Smoked Shoulder, 6 to ' 10 lbs. average, tb , 25c Home Cured Bacon, whole or half strips . . 25c Sliced 35c Beef Sausage, fresh made for Saturday 15c Pork Sausage, fresh made for Saturday 20c Roasting Chickens 55c Legs Spring Lamb .. 40c Fore Quarter Lamb, Whole 22c Extra Fancy. "Sucker Veal Roast 35c, 38c Veal Pot Roasts 20c, 25c Pork Roasts, Native 22c. 25c, 28c, 30c Fancy Roast Beef, cut from Heavy Western Steers 35c, 38c, 40c Pot Roast Western Beef 20c Lard, No. 5, $1 J)0; No. 10 $1.95 Celery, Lettuce, Cauliflower, Tomatoes, Spin ach, Parsley and Parsnips. Grocery Department No. 3 can Spinach or Dandelions 25c Canned Asparagus, per can 25c, 50c Large can Snider's Tomato Soup 15c Can Corn loc, 18c, 22c, 25c, 2Sc Can Peas 18c, 20c, 25c, 28c Can String Beans 20c and 25c Can Peaches 30c, 40c and 50c Can Pears 40c and 50c Can Pineapple 40c and 50c 216 count Calif. Oranges 35c 150 count Calif. Oranges 60c 150 count Florida Oranges 50c 46 count Grape Fruit, two for 25c 70 count Grape Fruit, each . 10c C H. Cross Bread. Houghton & Robins t THE ELECTRIC MAN Of FERS large choice of fleet rir lamp fixture! for your -loctioo. Whatever the purpoae, we ha the fixture for it. All the new eft and mrtet and mot ar tistic design. "Look for the Electri-. Man Look for the EWtric Man" THE CUSHMAN CO., 14 Elm St, Barre, Vt. Phone 20J R. sal II The ! MieS 1 Classified Columns Offers an Inexpensive Service in 'Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Try An Adv. in The Times i I Just Received A New Line of Boy's and Children's Clothing In the latest models and newest fabrics, they are snappy, neat looking and give the boys a smart appearance; the price range is always a large one for you to choose from. $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00, $6.50, $7.50 $9,00, $10.00, $11.50, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00, $16.00, $17.00 SPECIAL One lot of 25 Boys Suits, sizes 7 to IS, at x j J5.00 ! Union Clothing Go. Depot Square, Phone 599-W, Barre, Vt, av S Bring On Your Fords! For the next TEN DAYS we will Recover the Top at FIFTEEN DOLLARS. ..... r All kinds of Repair Work at the AUTO TOP SHOP F. H. Bartlell, Prop., 220 No. Main St, Barrr, Vermont. v. t: t: :: it I The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Skirts Npw tport skirts arrived in wonderful profusion. Triui looking hkirts in plaids and checks for the spring costume. Thfre are sohie in black and white stripes and plaids in navy and tan. bripht green and reds, prey, blues and browns. They are finely tailored, made straight or with knife or box pleatinps. Dress Skirts Of navy and bla-k pleated and plain tailored piodels in trrge, taffeta and faille tilk. Waists A wonderful assortment for Easter sTIinj: of georgette, crepe de chine and mignonette. This caon one may tranforui the entire character of ones tail.. red suit by merely slipping on a certain type of blon. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. miiiiiHi"gmuuua:t Spring is Here I and so are we, with a New line of Sporting Goods The WILSON Line We think we have the finest Baseball Bats, Golf Clubs and Tnnnis Rackets to be had. , . Come in and see these goods. Special prices to High Schools and Baseball Clubs buying in quantities. C. W. Averill & Co. Barre, Vermont Tne WATCfffSrtJt rtoRc