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.THE BAR1E DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921.
- ' . - i , ... - ., .. i : : ' - . ' ; ' 1 nl The IJnmn IJiffc fr Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts", Choice Will Be Easy Fall Frocks Are So Satisfying v Completely satisfying are the New Frocks. There are so many to choose from that selec tion is bound to prove an easy matter. There is much beauty in rich Canton Crepe lustrous Crepe Satin and trig Tricotine and Serge. ; ' Cut ' work in Persian - patterns, elaborate beading and embroidery on the more dressy styles find a counterpart in the clever braiding which distinguishes street Frocks. $19.50 to $47.50 New Goats for Little Girls They are unusually " smart, good-looking styles made of de pendable materials and nicely tailored. They are quality Coats that will give long and satisfactory service. & $8.98 to -$16,50 The New Heather Hose Have a Great Amount of Style . In assembling our assortments of Heather Hose the fashion forecast that every correctly dressed woman will wear them this Fall was kept clearly in mind. We have them in Green, Brown and Blue Heather Mixtures, made of Worsted, Wool and Silk and Wool 95c to $2.50 a pair DISINFECT By this means can the health be best pro tected at this important change of season and weathers. The best of disinfectants 5 protect homes in the best way. We sell the best disinfectants, as, Phenols, Chlor ides or other compositions. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street Fall Hats The Lamson and Hubbard, and Stet son Hats are ready for your inspection. 'A variety of shapes and colorings. Prices $2.50 to $7.00. ' We shall be pleased to show you. Frank McWhorter Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921, The WeatW. Showers to-nisht: cooler in New Hampshire and Vermont to-nichti Saturday fair and much cooler strong southwest winds and gales. TALK OF THE TOWN J. E. Rice of Northfield was in Barre yesterday on business. JO. A. MoFarland of Burlington was m the city on business to-day. Charles E. Frenier is seriously ill at his home at 17 Academy street. A. B. Vaughan of Middlesex was a business visitor in Barre yesterday. Dance every Saturday night, How land hall; Carroll's orchestra. adv. Our new women's brogue, welt ox fords at $7 a pair. Shea s Shoe Store adv. Football, Spaulding vs. Montpelier seminary, Lincoln campus, Saturday, 2:30. adv. Dr. Norman Tracy and wife and family of Boston are visiting friends in the city. Victor ' records go on sale Saturday, Oct. 1. at 'Bailey s Music Booms, 20 Pearl street adv. Just the thing for that hunting trip, a thermos bottle or lunch kit, at Drown's. adv. Dr. E. G. Sprague's office will be closed from Monday, Oct. 3, until Monday, Oct. 24. adv. - If you want to save a few dollars on your fall hat, call at Mrs. Birnie's millinery parlors. adv. - ; Nelson Browne of Cliff street left to-day for Sanford, Me., where he is to play football tomorrow. Auction sale of real estate and per sonal property at 43 Elmwood avenue, Oct. 4, at 1:30 p. m. See adv. adv. Mrs. Emma E. Warner of Williams town is visiting Mrs. John Trow of Washington street over the week end. Miss Marjorie Kent left to-day for Boston, where she is to enter the For-ythe-Tufls School of Dental Hygiene. ' Wall paper, big new stock just in from "the mills. New patterns, new prices, 8c up per single rolL B. W. Hooker & Co. " Fancy articles, candy, etc., at Moose bazaar. Good entertainment, followed by dancing each night, llowlami hall, Oct. 5 and 6. adv. The preparatory lecture will be giv en this evening at 7:30 in the Pres byterian church. All communicants urged to T)e present. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Purvee and daughter, Alice, of Waterbury were in the city yesterday, visiting the for mer's sister, Mrs. E. T. Mower. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Allen and daugh ter, Marjorie, who have been away viriting friends for the ftimmer, have Men in Northfield this week attending the fair. . t Regular meeting of Central Labor union of Barre and vicinity win be held Friday evening, Sept. 30, at 7:30 in carpenters hall. Every delegate is requested to be present. Fiirn! Fnr! Furs Vow is the time to have them repaired and remodelled. BArre (.leansing, Dyeing and lailoring Shop, W. Krinovitr, Prop., 182 North Main street. Thone 192-J. adv'. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McKinnon, who have been visiting vdth Mr. and Mrs. John Paul of West Patterson street for the past week, left this morning for their home in Jersey City. Tickets for the Legion play, "A Reg ular Fix," can be obtained at the fol lowing places: Drown's drug store, Cummings & Lewis', Red Cross, Barre Drug companv, Blakeley & Lafayette, adv. Mrs. John L Wilson and son. Alfred, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Greig of South Barre, left Wednesday morning for their home in Larchmont, N. Y. Mrs. Wilson is iter of Mrs. Greig. They made the trip by automobile. I will sell at my house, 163 Hill street, for the next three days, shot gun shells, smokeless powder at 81 per box. Black powder at .4.c per box in 10-12-16 20 gauge.. Also shot gun. rifles, revolver, shell vesta, coaH, etc., at a bargain. Frits Jack son. adv. . The Brookside Community club held its September meeting in the school house last evening. After a brief busi ness meeting the following program was given: Reading, Mis Monica Sny der; song, with encore, Mildred Higgs. Much merriment was caused by the "old fashioned photograph album," with Mrs. Skinner as reader and the characters taking part being dresed in old-fashioned costumes. Kefresa- ments ol cake, anawicnes ami roo were served. For tlie past two days good In the old Eastman store at 184 North Main street have been going to the bargain- .eckin? public at public auction, for to-dsv sees the end of the partnership of Alfred A. Boyee, W. H. Wescott and Lucius E. Flint, who have been running the store for some time. The room that have been uned have not vet been leased to any concern. Mr. Flint, one of the partners, plans to open a aitfall store at his home at 19' i Summer street. "Kreider k Tah of Bofton made their first appearance in Barre and scored a hit with their audience Thurs day. (Boston paper please copy). TALK OF.THETOWN Read Shea's shoe adv. ady. New Edison records for October at Drown's. adv."' V Cars washed and polished for $1.50 at Oliver's Battery Station. adv. Football, Spaulding vs. Montpelier seminary, Lincoln campus, Saturday, 2:30. adv. Victor records go on sale Saturday, Oct. 1, at Bailey's Music Rooms, 20 Pearl street. adv. ' Long distance and general trucking, light and heavy. Granite Cttv Bottling Works. Tel. 723-M or 740-W. adv. Smoke "St. A. Specials," superior ci gars.' Union made. All dealers. Ray mond Guyetto,' mfr., St. Albans, Vt. adv.. . - Fancy imported lace' for trimming wool dresses and coats. Little Dry Goods' Store, Cottage street, off .Main. adv. . , Mrs. Herman Davis and young Son, Francis, left at midnight Wednesday for Boston, where the boy will receive treatment. Get your fall coats, suits and dresses dry cleaned, pressed and repaired, ready for cold weather. Barre Cleans ing, Dyeing and Tailoring Shop, W. Krinovitr, Prop., 182 North Main street. 'Phone 192-J. adv. E. A. Prindle offers bis 14 room, three-story residence at 35 Keith ave nue for sale; would make"" fancy rooming and boarding house or might be used for light housekeeping apart ments. Will sell furnished if desired. adv. ' A New York woman says: "I have used Parisian Sage only two weeks but my hair has wonderfully increased in beauty seems much heavier and is entirely free of dandruff." E. A. Drown sells it with money back guarantee.- adv. . - CHELSEA Itotice. rieaoe do your shopping early as the mill ha rlnwil from MolHMT morning until Tuesday it I p. m. Lit tle Dry Goods Store. Cottage street Off North Main street. adv. ELIZABETH N. BUGBEE HAS OPENED Millinery Parlors at 91 MAIN STREET and invit ynn t ipert kef show ins of Dreas and port Hats. fcAXIXC OTIB HATS A SPECIALTY BETHEL Rev. Robert C. Wilson will be the preacher at Christ church Sunday morning. ' Dr. W. H. Cook and family left yes- terday on a two weeks' vacation, which will include visits to York beach and the Brockton fair. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Haraden of Ran dolph visited at F. M. Wilson's on Wednesday. The Woodstock and J untitle Id fairs drew many Bethel people Wednesday and yesterday. The first meeting thia season of the Bethel Woman's club will be held at the home of the president, Mrs. F. N. Chapman, next Monday, at 3 p. m. iMtsa KIsie Knelling is teacDing scnooi in Washington. Mrs. Jerry Fifield is suffering from an attack of erysipelas. Miss Marion Fifield, a high school sophomore, has wen absent all the week, a result of illness. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Clifford were In Burlington for a visit Wednesday and yesterday. Joseph . flames oi Newcastle, .vie., former Rovalton resident, was here on business Wednesday. Miss Grace Persons came yesterday for a vacation from Boston, where she is employed in oflic work. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dinsmore are working at the inn. .. EAST MONTPELIER Chauneey Kelton left last Thursday with Murray. Cutler in Mr. Kelton 's Cadillac for Springfield, Mass., to spend the week and attend the Eastern States exposition. They also took a trip to Hartford, Conn. WAITSFIELD Mrs. Dwight Long will have full of millinery on sale at F. H. New comb's in Waitsfield during first two weeks of October (Oct. 3 to 15). adv. Seven Yean Later. Norfolk, N. Y Dec. 2, 1908. A. J. Phillips, Norwood. N. Y.: My Dear Sir I take this opportuni ty to remind you that it has been sev en vears since I took your A. J. I Rheumatic Cure. It took the rheuma tism entirely out of my arm and am very happy "to say that it never has returned in over sevrti years. I am glad to know that so many others are, lining the remedy. Yours for contin ued success. E. E. Bastian. Your druggist has it. Adv. The Orange County Bobbin corpora tion lias completed working the large stock of logs taken in last winter into bobbinB and is selling the waste wood in Chelsea, Tunbndge and boutn itoy alton, and will also ship acitrload to Lowell, Mass. . At the Amasa P. Button estate auc tion held Tuesday, there, was, a large attendance and property gold at good prices. The 80 acres of land near the Norman W. Hunt farm was purchased by C. C. Bowin at $1,200 and the "Pat terson" place in the village was pur chased by Charles F. Button for a lit tle over $1,200. The Emery farm was not sold and the home place occupied by the widow and her children was not sold. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Bixby and dnughter who have been guests at the home of the former's father, t rank" Bixby, have gone to Barre City to visit at the home of Mrs. Bixby'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hooker, before they return to their home in Chicago. Joseph K- Darling "went last Friday to Burlington, where he entered the freshman class at the University of Vermont. y State's Aftorney Mill ward C. Taft was in Pomfret on business matters Tuesday and was accompanied by Mrs. Taft and son, Robert.. Joseph Menard and his father, Ed ward Menard, have sold their farms on the west hill and the former has bought a large farm in Cabot, where both families expect to go to make their home before spring. The purchas er of the Menard farms ia Charles H. Crane of Cabot. Dean H. Oilman and Albert P. Bug bee motored to Warren Monday to pur chase clapboards with which to cover their respective houses. ; The selectmen are having the seven iron bridges in town newly painted and the work is being done by' Fred D. Parkhurst and Rolla B. Til ton. Sheriff George A. Tracy was in Wa terbury last week Friday to commit to the state hospital for the insane Mrs. Fred D. Parkhurst for treatment. Judge fitanley C. Wilson left for Burlington Tuesday morning to be present at the opening of the Septem ber term of Chittenden county court over which he will preside. i .The selectmen have- posted large signs at either end of Chelsea village calling the attention of motorists that the speed limit through the village has been fixed by them at 15 miles peri hour and unless thia notice is voluntar-1 ily complied with such measures will b? taken as to enforce it. Mr. and Mrs. Henry CTark, with their daughter and son, Ruby and Neal, who have been visiting, friends in town for a week, left Monday morn ing for their homein Nyaok, N. Y., making the trip by automobile. William A. Reed has sold his small place near the bobbin shop to Rev. Winfleld S. Hathaway, who will make tome repairs on the property and take possession of the same in me near iu ture. Mr. Hathawav purchased the same for a home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Davis and son. Ned, who have been in town for a few weeks, left last week for their home in Boston. And Ned returns to Tufts college to take up the work of his sophomore year. air. ana Mrs. u vis plan to return to Chelsea in the spring to complete the repairs on their home and remain here during the sum mer. Mrs. Cora May Walker is making quite extensive repairs on her tene ment house on Main street known as the Eroe Locke place. The work is be in done by Charles A. Bacon and El mer E. Wallace. Charlo W. Lyon has sold his place on the Vershire' road just out oi the village to Nelson W. Betts, who bnys for a home and will take possession of his new purchase at once. Among the business visitors who have been in town this week are John Lundin of Vershire. H. C. Johnson of West Fairlee, Will Rutx and Raymond I Prenton of Brookfield. J. J. Dash ner of Barre City, C. H. Crane of Cab ot, Oscar R. Merrftt of Piermont, N. 1L, and O. C. Clement of West Corinth. An Oversupply. Advertisement Eleven hundred shirU for 73 cents or 3 for 2.00. Clear enough which is the better, bargain, but who wants 1100 shirts? Boston Transcript. Football, Spaulding vs. Montpelier seminary, Lincoln campus, Saturday. 2:30. adv. HJMIN BUY (C(D)P CO SERVICE SATISFACTION ' '"I v '. . 1 Sale and SattflfliMay This sale offers' opportuni- ties that will not occur again throughout the year to be prepared for Winter is always a satisfaction t-! There has been a sharp advance in the prices of Blankets since we Jbought these. We can not duplicate any of the following values : ' " ' Our Big Special A WOOLNAP BLANKET 66x80, White or Gray; priced, while 09 AO they last, at ifttlO FANCY PLAID BLANKETS--66x80, Pink, Blue, fan and Gray Plaids; were $6.00 last year, priced, at ... . ... .. . . ............... BLANKETS-50x72, at. . . ......... . ... . . ... . . . .-. ....... $1.50 BLANKETS 60x76, White and Gray, at . ......... . . ... . . . . . . . . . . ... .$1.95 $3.45 THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY TO is the real Green Tea M2 The rich yet delicate flavour of the per fectly prepared 'green' leaf will always be found in the sealed Salada packet. Fanners Capture Alberta. The capture of the provincial gov ernment of Alberta by the United Farmer puts a second Canadian prov ince under farmer political control. Alberta, where general conditions are similar to those in North Dakota, bat followed our radical northern neigh bor in essential respects. The farm ers of Alberta were organized orip ually aa grain growers with certain marketing aima to strive for. Tbey reached a large measure of farmer sol idarity ia thia process. Of a sudden, following the old rule aa to farmer organizations, they take the plunge into politics. They have .swept the province and are now in full control. Like the non partisan league, they propose to begin with a provincial bank. Tbev have a plan for making the cities help pay for the maintenance of rural schools. The problem of the molern altitudiuous fee for medical attendance seems to be acute hi that country, for the farmers propose to regulate medical fees by law and, if that doesn't work, to provide govern ment medical service. Agriculture is easily the dominant economic interest -1 Alberta. But it hasn't been com mon for farmers to rule in their own interest, even where they dominated in number and in potential political pw er. With two farmer provincial gov ernments in operation Canada presents something well nigh new to this world. Nebraska State Journal. The Riht Instinct "Come. Dorothy," said her father impatiently, "throw your doll on the bed and hurrv or we shall be late." "Daddv, how can you!" reproved the child. l" isn't that kind of a muwer." Boston Transcript. Paradoxical State of Affairs. Casey Have ye struck a joh yet, Moike! Finnegan hure oi've not. They all want local riflrenoes. A felly can't get a job in this burg till he's worked here for a wboile. Boston Transcript N.D.FihglpsCo.iss The Rush for the &r M. OMR of athletic goods isn't confined to "Lucky Dog" Foot Balls alone; it includes Shoes, Pants, Pads, Helmets, Rugby Bladders, Inflators, Lacing Nee dles, Referees' Whistles everything - needed to "Play the game." All guaranteed by a company of SO years' repu tation who know what is RIGHT in sporting goods and HOW to MAKE it. Case (?) K. MACRAE Jfe. to Miles Bldg, Phone 364-R Over Ssd Cross Ttumzr?, The Woman $ Ready -t o -Wea r Shop Autumn Suits Fashioned in Smart Styles The long straight lines of many of the oats are exceelingly smart, achieving an air of distinction that will please you mightily. A choice of fabrics give added pleasure. Tweed and Jersey Suits in lovely color tones. We carry Woltex and Kenyon Suits. " , '-' The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. See Keith Avenue Window OPENING DAY - TO-MORROW, SATURDAY The new store located at No. 1 Pearl street w!':! bo con venient for your shopping and being just out of lh3 h!;,'h rent district, enables me to offer values that tanmt , 03 equalled. Just a step from Main street and opposite the Magnet theatre. We shall be glad to see you on the opening t!ay NEW BLOUSES Special Values Saturday Ymnt man at imnd natural aWilftjr. No kBowhnls of bookkcrrm. Took partmrntal jok aa accountant Faiiure. Eiprt aalmmaa sold him and amral 1 othera eoure in Accountancy. Great bop and quM-fc aurnrae to Bod that an accountant must first be a bookkeeper. Accountancy eennw wt aafelr storfd awar. Oiw-third Ha enrt In oar bo.- kw-pinf eUwa would fcara aad Bia pa itioa Evening School Oct. 3 Complete Term $36.00 Montpelier Business School I. O. O. F. Bid?. Thones 317-M; S-M. ' flsr We are making now, so bring in your apples. Price for making 3c Plenty Cider for sale... Flint Bros. Washington, Vt. : vS"" Early Season Shooting For early season duck shooting and all upland small game, buy a Winchester 16-gague or 20-gauge Model 12 Hammerless Repeating Shotgun and "Leader or "Repeater" Shells. They will give you the same perfect shot pat terns at the shorter ranges as the famous Winches ter 12-gauge gives for reaching out for the high flyers when the big flight ducks come down. Your speed in handling the lighter gun will sur prise and please you. Come in to-day and see us about it C. W. Averill & Co. J T Phone 29 Barre, Vt