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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARItE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1921.
JM Homer Fitts Co. Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts' New Silk Blouses Of Pongee, Crepe de Chine and Satin have just arrived. The materi als are good; the styles fascinat ingly new and the prices reasona ble. The woman who wants a Tai lored Blouse or a charming dressy affair will want to choose these new arr vials. $3.50 to $7.50 Striped Wool Skirtings The first whisper of Autumn Merchandise. It floats from the Dress Gobds Section. Beautiful Prunella Cloth in Eluck, Brown and Blue; 54 inch- wide; per yard, $4.50 As elegant in styles and choice in quality as you are likely to see during the season. Soft, firm, full of wear and good looks. Corduroy, for Children's Coats White, Copenhagen Blue, Old Rose Firm Silky quality that will make up into pretty Fall Coats for little tots, 30 inches wideper yard, 59c .Dollar Day is Coming Soon Our Dollar Bargains Ring True ELECTRIC CURLING IRONS Every lady should have an Electric Curling Iron. It curls the hair quickly, without possible injury. No burn ing or scorching. Attachable comb for drying the hair after the shampoo. The prices are reasonable, and we have a complete line. Barre Electric Co. Telephone 98 Monfpclicr Electric Co. TeL 26 'Tor Your Electric Wants" Be Ready for Dollar Day Young Men's Suits You should see our line of Young Men's Suits from $23.00 to $45.00. Suits made to your measure from $27.00 to $60.00. Watch out for Dollar Day in Barre. The Frank McWhorter Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1921. The Weatbar. Tartly cloudy to-niglit and Friday; little change in temperature j moderate variable winds, mostly west and north west. TALK OF THE TOWN A. A, Batcheldcr of Plainheld was a vicitor in town ye-terday. Winifred M;Huro has left for Bur lington for an indefinite Uy. See the values in millinery. Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. adv. Cars washed and polished for $1.50 at Oliver s Battery Station. adv. Vi..riH)imi in llrV Wood fuel at Cal" der & Richardson. Thone 450. adv. Laat dance of the season at ,Wool bury pond, Friday, Sept. lti, Carroll's orchestra. adv. James Summers of Pearl street, who has been undergoing treatment at the City hospital, ha returned to his home. M. Alexander Hotchkiss lias te- r.nA in hi imnir in Lvnn. Mass.. alter passing a few (lays with friends hi town. m u a Pitman has returned to her home in Boston, after passing sev eral weeks in town with her parents Mr. and Mrs. u. A. fox, oi r.at u .i Mo,.u miffprprs from rheumatism are daily telling of their remarKaoie recovery by using Rhcuma. E. A. Drown sells it. Try it on a guaranty of money back u u ians. uv. i;i,.v,,.ll t.ppIp. who has been pass ing a month's furlough from service in the navy witn irienus aim in the city, returned yesterday to his headquarters in San Francisco, Cal. Miss Vivian Mattot of 4 Harrington avenue has taken up duties in the oflkea of the Good-Fellow garage on North Main street, as assistant to Mis Thelina Miles, the regular book keeper. Mrs. Inglis would like to see every member of the Baptist church r.'.d Sunday school at her home Friday night at the corn roast. The moon will be full. Everybody come and have a good time. E. A. 1 Prindle offers his 14-room, three-story residence at 35 Keith ave nue for sale; would make a fancy rooming and boarding house or might bo used for light housekeeping apart ments. Will sell furnished if desired, adv. Tuesday's dsnoe wa one of ihe most successful affairs held in town for some time. It is said that there we're, from a hundred and fifty to two hundred couple there, which means that the old hall was packed. The traveling four, who contributed the music have been gTeatly appreciated by Barre's trippers, and K is with some Tegrrtt tht they receive the n-:s that the band is to leave after one more demonstration. People connected with the granite industry will be interested in newf received to-day from San Francisco, Cal., saying that the California Man ufacturers' association had rejected (in agreement offered by the cutters on the Pacifk coast. The dispatch stated that the employers re-opened their plants Monday " on the "American ..Ur." .tiH iluil'nn agreement would be signed with the cutters. The Califor nia association claims to inoiune n. per cent of the employers in the state. The agreement proposed by the cut ters called for a $9 day and a five day week. "Looka tha new car!" said some rf our respected citizens, thereupon at tracting attention to the bright gr?en thing that was coming up the struts on the electric car trscks. Sure enough, it seemed a though the Barre and Montpelier line had been honored ny the presence of a new member, and we were about to take it as an estib lished fact and spnad the happy news when our attention was drawn to the number on front and one saw that the "new" car was in reality the old num ber iifl camouflaged, painted green over the original mud color. Nevertheless, t has added creatlv to the appearance of the car, even if a bit gaudy. TALK OF THE TOWN "School Day, School Day." Do you remember the old song about school" days being golden rule days? It is wrong to send a coughing, sneesing, pitting child to whool to spread dis ease germs among other little onea. Common colds are infectious. Protect your own and other little ones with Foley's Honey and Tar. Tbia safe fam ily remedy checks coughs and colds, loosens phlegm and mucuous and coats raw, irritating membranes with a heal ing, soothing medicine. Sold every where. adv. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. CIDER APPLES FOR SALE 7 Witl : also a pony witn urraa ; inqitrr oi u IWlk. Sandrra. K. V. D. No. 4. Barre. Ormn etmnty 'phone 7-2. IMtS PUBLIC AUTO Rdy for trip an, her at n time. Hunttna parUra mr a permit. Call G. CorU. ZM-fL. or call at A. T (nna.it tor, l&faf WANTEIVWoman for gmmi homework in family of four; apply at 2 Oriw St., or 'phooa Mt FDR SALE Ripe cucumbers, siant white. $1.2 x-r buhd. common kind. $1.0" frr buxtwH oVlivmi. 8.1c off at tha farm; MiU chHI I arm. phone 22S-J. l&Vf TO RENT omfortabl". wirmiit fnur- mom f .imu"lu-d Ut :JT1. jQ. lM'.f KOnTS ;aLE Pool room and lunrh counter ia ttuy town, wrfl luratrd : extra aod bua mh in winter: raon for arllinc cannot attend U it; rani Ma-irli. Brthei. Vt Hit 4 Loren Allen of 94 Becklcy Btreet 'left yesterday on a business trip through New Hampshire. John A. Cross and K. A. Chase of Northficld arrived in the city to-day for a short business stay. Clarence Hull of Main street as treated at City hospital yesterday for an infection of the right thumb. E. L. Freeman, who has been visit ing friends in Barre for the past tew days, returned to Boston yesterday. I). A. Perry conducted an auction in Middlesex yesterday for V. C. Lamphere, guardian of the Elmer Ban croft estate. Mrs. Alex Human has returned to her home on Delmont avenue, after a few weeks' outing on the Massachu setts north shore. C. H. Presbrey, president of the Presbrey-Lelund Granite Manufactur ing company, has returned to his home in New York City, after passing a few days in Barre. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wilcox of Spring field, O., arc passing a few days in Barre. Mr. Wilcox is a retail granite dealer of. that city and with his wife has been touring the east. William Olliver of Park street left yesterday for Syracuse," N. V., where he will pass a few days with rela tives and also see the poultry show that is to be staged there. Dean Davis and Oelsie Monti have returned to their homes in the city, after passing the summer working in Maine in the interests of the Fuller Brush Co. The former leaves soon to resume law studies in Boston. Miss Nellie Stoughton has left for Englewood, N. J., where she Is en gaged as a teacher.. She has been pacing the summer at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ellen L. Stoughton, of 21 French street. Gordon T. Wyllis has returned to nis home in Albany, N. Y., after a few days with friends in the city. Mr. Wyllis was formerly of this vicinity, but has been employed as a clerk- in Albany for the past few years. Miss Lillian Bartlett of Winnipeg, Ont, left for her home, after passing a month or so in the vicinity visiting friends while her father was east on business. Slie was accompanied back by her father. Frank Bartlett, who met her at Keene, N. II. Dino Valx. Aldo Poletti and Orphe us Bizzozero have returned to the cilv from Lake Winepesaukee, V. H., where they have been on a brief r-aim-ing trip. They have not yet returned to college, as was stated in a former issue of The Times. Arthur Nelson, 16 years old. of Green street, was struck on the heid while practicing with the Spaulding football team at Lincoln campus yes terday afternoon. He was treated by a physician and taken to the City hos pital. He will be discharged from the institution today. Mrs. Nellie G. Blanctfard yesterday sold her property on Camp street to William Chamberlain. The house am! IS acres of land were involved in the sale and, while the price paid was not stated, it was believed to have been around $.",000 Mr. Chamberlain buys for a home. The sale was made i through the D. A. Perry Real Estate agency. Word has been received in Barre of the marriage in Northficld Monday f Armand J. Hebert of Williamstown and Antoinette, daughter of Mrs. Adolph Roux of Berlin. The ceremony took place in St. ,1 din's church and Kt v. John A. Lynch officiated. Loretta He bert, sister of the groom was brides maid and Fred Roux, brother of the, bride, best man. After the wedding the bridal party came to Barre, wb.re a breakfast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charla Hebert of North Main street. In the evening a recep tion was held at the borne of the bride and l.V) relatives and friends were present. Mr. and Mm. Hebert will live on the farm in Williamstown con ducted bv him with his brother. The Woman Ready-torWear Shop Distinctive Dresses for Evening. Smartly Fashioned Specially Triced Now that school and college has commenced these will be in great demand. Each is individual, distinctive, undu plicated. Very girlish and altogether fetching. Fashioned in dainty materials and beautiful colors. $20.00, $22.50 and up NEW HATS IN DELIGHTFUL FABRICS AND MODES Dashing New Veils with the virtue of becomingness. The Spanish Veil is simply alluringly becoming. The Dollar Day Can lie Made as Good as a Bank Invest ment. Watch for It. SEE OUR KEITH AVENUE WINDOW The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Union Dry Goods Co. Service Satisfaction MONTPELIER Amos (J. Eaton of the state depart ment of argieulture is in charge of the Vermont agricultural exhibit and the exhibit of the Vermont Sugannakera association at the Eastern htates' Exposition to be held in Springfield, Mass. Miss Jean B. Pinney of the office of the commissioner of industries went today to Burlington to speak before a citizenship conference which is being held under the auspices of the Uni versity of Vermont by the State League of Importers. The next clinic to be held in Mont pelier by the State Tubenilosis asso- ciation is scheduled for Sept. 20, when Drs. H. A. Ladd of Burlington and E. J. Rogers of Pittsford will be in at tendance. At this clinic a number of veterans of the World war in this ter ritory who have developed tuber culosis, will be examined. Deputy Fire Marshal A. O. Preble left yesterday for Morrisville to in vestigate the cause of a fire in the junk shop of Oscar Kahn, which burned about a week ago. He will go to Craftsbury the latter part of the week to look into the burning of a set of farm buildings there. Joseph G. Brown, insurance com missioner, attended a convention of insurance agents in Newport yester day as an invited guest. x I The straw hats are called in. Now is the time to dig out i j 1 4- ..Mnw'rt t 1 am ..aIaiim rmA 1 11.-. -MA.r 1 4- yuui last, ytai s icil ui vciuui anu ici us xcucvv jl. Cleaning, re-blocking, new ribbons, bands, etc. We can save you hat money. All work first-class guar anteed. Send them by mail. OLD HATS MADE NEW : I Barre Shoe Shining & Hat Gleaning Parlors ; X Stroutsos Bros. I, i-..triiHi. r i, m st, ft. r- Safe Milk Fn fnfanfa & InraDdst mo cooKBta: Tbo "Food Drink tot All Agt Oakk Lonch et Home, Office, mai vVnntataaV AJt ior HORUCtTS. I rTAroil Imitationi k Substitute Be Prepared FOR THE COOL WEATHER BY ORDERNG THAT LOAD OF WOOD NOW. SECOND GROWTH SOFT WOOD SLABS FOUR FOOT WOOD FIRE PLACE W OOD BLOCK LIMB BOBBIN Small Chunks JUST THE THING FOR YOUR FURNACE AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. The D. M. Miles Coal Co. Tel. 133 ' 140 North Main Street WANTKI) Middle a?ed woman housekeeper for man wboe wife i in hospital. TeL 418-J. .lohn Kelly. I'rwpect etreet. lS.V'.t. rosfOti KTTth aenue, Sunda niRlit. a flihlipht- Kinder plfae call 2.H-W. rtiRALKSnili cal healer. Mr. C. S. Anderi-on, . Spauldinjr St.; tel. 6J W . j 1-V.t.V YOt'R opportunity to be independent and properon. Became oir siecjal representative, sell PvhU in coiii-tant demand I'art H-ular free. The Bsoorn i n., Klmira. X. V. lVitl. TTKKXT A 6 ro..m cnttape at Seminary street. Tbr.ne o. or rail at 4 Kn-hsrd'Btreet after p. m. l.VVt f. f RK.XT room tenement; hath. eWtric lights six I pa; imjuire at 4i PesrI tr-et. I.VMf. KiVR SA1.K ltt Kord SedjnTs Mu ilchaKer 7 paerrer. The rar c-n t hrniht Tiphr. IL F. CuUer A Sn IV.ti RusselFs Week-End Specials FREE A 50c Box of Jonteel Combination Cream. See Our Window and Counter Display 4 lbs. Opcko Coffee, $1.60 value for 51.00 3 pkgs. Opeko Tea, $1.65 value for $1.00 1 Dottles Vanilla Extract, $1.60 value for $1.00 4 Bottles Lemon Extract, $1.60 value for $1.00 2 Jars Peanut Butter, 80c value for 41 Gum Drops, 50c value for 39c Apollo Chocolates, 75c value for 59 READ OUR $1.00 DAY ANNOUNCEMENT SATURDAY Red Cross Pharmacy I Ki M AMXti CTnUn-a's rii. a tiwv-iallT; tma BHict tcMsMe; 3 The Paul Jones Two-in-One is the Very Latest in Middy Blouses You'll find thz Paul Jones twoin-one the most practical, convenient sort of garment, Not only does it meet all trie require ments of the regulation gym middy but simply rolling it up a couple of times around the bottom, unsnappiug the tabs on the inner seams add buttoning them together in the back gives you a delight ful little cuff-buttoned blouse for street wear. The Paul Jones two-in-one, an exclu sive feature of Paul Jones Middies, you can get in any one of several color com binations all white or white with red, cadet or navy collar and cuffs. It is economical, too, for though it really gives you two blouses, beautifully made of the finest materials, it is very moder ate in price. With long sleeves and braided collar, it costs you only $2.25; with short sleeves and plain collar, only $2.00. You'll surely wish to own a two-in-one when you see them! And you'll be enthusiastic, too, about the great variety of other smart Paul Jones Middies. Ask for them at any store that carries nvddy blouses. UNION DRY GOODS CO. n A BRISK WALK AND Beef, Iron and Wine A little exercise starts me cirt-iuauun Koinjj mm a nose cr two of beef iron and -wine to tone the blood up. Sys tematically each day and in a short time you'll feel hot or. look better, cat better, sleep better, work better and V.l-l better. A great tonic surely and a safe one to take. $1.20, 32-oz., $2.00 Drowns Drug Store 48 North Main Street AUTO ROBES for these chillv evenings and LATER FALL DRIVING Steamer Rugs, Fancy Plush Robes of the famous CHASE Make. H. G. Bennett Barre Garage How About Your ii GUI A & 11 a, This has been the largest Paint year we have ever known. B. P. S. wears well, covers well and costs no more than others. Look into it before buying. C. W. Averill & Co.. 1 4 I t'l C U".