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THE HAItRE DiflLV TIMES, JJA1UUV VT., MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921,
Ss Homer Fitts Co., Ine. "The Store, Where Quality Counts" ; LclSt b i ve Days . of Our Great Annual Harvest Sale Sale Closes .Saturday, October 15th ' Commencing to-morrow, onlly five more days remain for you to take advantage of this timely money saving event. Merchandise that you need for Fall and Winter is here at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Do riot let this opportunity to save money pass by. Come to this sale. Blankets Warm and fleecy for full-size beds. White, Gray and Tan with Pink and Blue Borders. We?, cannot anywhere near, du plicate these values when these are gone. ; i Harvest Sale Price Gating Flannel Good quality, and weight for night robes, petticoats and children's wear. Large assortment of neat colored stripes, 27-inches wide, 17c value. Harvest Sale Price 12 l-2c a yard Corsets Coutil, 4 low bust 1. 89 to 2. 89 English, Long Gloth Excellent quality for making up into all kinds of cotton underwear, 36-inches wide, 10 yards in piece, 19c value. Harvest Sale Price - 1.39 for ten yards Women's Union Suits Winter weight, fleece lined, high and low neck, long and short sleeves, ankle length, $1.75 value. . Harvest Sale Price 1.19 Curtains Made of fine grade White Marquisette with hemstitched borders and lace trimmed edges, 2 1-4 yards long, 32 inch es wide. Harvest Sale Price 1.49 a pair There are delightful economy surprises for people when they come to this sale, for the littlest lots with the biggest price-cuts, often do not permit of public advertising. Made of Pink and . White hose supporters, medium and styles, regular $ 1.50 value. Harvest Sale Price 1.00 a pair Women's .. Night Robes Made of good weight Outing Flannel in fancy stripes, Jong and short 'sleeves, high and low neck, size 16 and 17. Harvest Sale Price 1.00 each Women's Winter Coats" New Fall and Winter styles made of all Wool Heather Mixtures, Polo Cloth and Bolivia, $27.50 and $29.50 values. Harvest Sale Price , 21.50 EVEREADY FLASHLIGHTS These dark mornings you will appreciate one of the Eveready Flashlights, and will consider them one of the handiest things you ever purchased. If you already own one bring it in and have it refilled. 0 Barre Electric Co. Telephone 98 Montpelier Electric Co. TeL 26 "For Your Electric Wants" TALK OF THE TOWN managers o'clock toe Presbyterian hoard j meet at the church at i night. I .MiSwes Madeline and May Kroilh. who have been in Barre Town for a I week with friend, have returned to j their home in Greenfield, Mai". II. T. Sands, president of the liirre I A- .Mont tidier Traction A Power Co.. j who ha been in Montpelier and Harre .on business, for a few davs, has re turned to his home in Boston. ! Please do your t-hopping earlv as th store will he closed from Tuesday at 2 p. in. u ii i u Mcanesaay at i p. m. Lit tle Dry (Jooda store, Cottage street, oT . Main- adv. I Please do vour thonnintr earlv Ve store will he closed from Tuesday at 2 p. m. until Wednesday at 7 p. ni. Lit tle Dry tioods store. Cottage street, off Main. adv. T. It. Merill of Montpelier being out of town t day, the band rcliearal scheduled for to-nfght has been pout-, poned until next Monday night. At that meeting check for the balance of the concert will be ready. 9 oy s The Widow Jones make. Suit s arc This store has featured this line for more than 30 years, and if there are any better wc should have changed the line many years ago. lne fact is there none better. Sizes 8 to IS years. Trices $3.00 to $160. -The; Frank McWhortcr Co. RAKRE DAILY TIMES MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921. The Weatbar. Unsettled weather to-ififfht and Tuesday,- probably rain ; warnfer in New Hampshire and western Maine to- j night; colder in Vermont Tuesday, I fresh, possibly strong, southwest and hwest winds. . MONTPELIER TALK OF $HE TOWN Xeonard Fuller of Troy, N. V was a businesH visitor in the city recently. Arthur Stewart of Currier street had his tonsils removed at the City hospi tal this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boyce and son, i Walter, jr.. of Burlington were in town for over the week end , D. A. Perry was in Cabot to-day, conducting an 'auction sale of stock and tools for C. II. Crane. 4L Parker Nye has returned to his home in Jlilford, Mass., after two or three weeks in Barre on business. Woman' Auxiliary to the American Legion, regular meeting" Tuesday at the clubhouse hall at 7 : 15 p. m. Mrs. Angelio Prio of Summer street was-operated on at the City, hospital yesterday, bhe was reported as doing well this morning. ' All men of the Presbyterian ehim-h are invited to attend the meeting of the church to-night at 7ftf0 o'clock. Election of officers. '. ' . ' W. E. Hitchcock and Warren R. Smith of the Morse block left Barre this morning for Beaver, Pa., where they have obtained work. Annual Columbus day ball, city hall, Montpelier, Wednesday evenings Oct. 12. Carroll's orchestra, nine pieces. Car for Barre after dance. -adv. Mr. and Mrs. If. C. Ladd of Or-inge street motored to Hanover, . II., on Saturday afternoon and attended the I)art mouth -New Hampshire .State foot ball game. Rheumatism is increasingly pre7.l lent this year. This explains the un usually largo demand E. A. Drown has for Itheuma, the one remedy for .-lieu matsut sold on guarantee. -adv. . Dance, round and square, at Cobble Hill grange hall Tuesday, Oct. 11. Mu sic by a well-known orchestra. Ke- freshments at intermission. AdmU aion, luc per couple; extra ladies tree. adv. " Wilfred Thompson of Pawtuekct R. I., is stopping : in the citv for a few days while his car, which developed a case of complete paralysis on the way to the city from Williarostown, is be ing fixed. To pick branches bearing blossoms and green and ripe raspberries on Oct. 0 seema rather out of seaon, ye Paul B. Lane brought to this office his find and the specimens have been added to the oddities lif the season. Charles Mathewson returned this morning to his home and Work in Glou cester, Mass., after a week's vacation in this part of the sfhte, a couple of day of which were spent in Barre. The trip was made by auto and about 4'K) miles were covered. 0car Boy fa returned Saturday from a two months' business trip through the middle west in the interest of the. Steele, Granite Co. He went as Tar an Grand Island, Neb. After passing a week at his home be will leave for a trip through Pennsylvania. Mrs. A. Adams of Cambridge, Mass., is visiting her daughter, MiHS ' A. L. Adams of this city. ' George Patterson of Qiieehce is vis iting his parents while on a two weeks' vacation, George MeKee of Dartmouth spent the week-end with his parents. Mrs. William Butler, Mr and Mrs. O Crosby Bean, Mrs. Leroy Carleton, Miss Pauline Butler and Miss Mary King returned to Haverhill. Mass., aft er attending the Hoadley-Mitchell wedding- . . : - t - Mr. and Mrs. Roliert MeCammon of Washington, D. C, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Reed of this city. Miss Mildred Culver, R. N" of the Huntington hospital ot Aew iork is expected to arrive this evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Culver. Mrs. Robert Fraser and son, Robert, Francis Keogh, Miss Katherine Con nelly and Bertha Lemay returned last night from a motor trip to Burlington and other points. They also visited St. -Mary s academy. S. I Leovett, L. A. Lawrence, G. L. Norris, R. M. Kagan and L. B. Provost of the Montpelier A Barre Light and Power Co. motored tw Boston this morning to attend a convention of the Tenney company. Miss Esther Niles of the Montpelier & Barre Light Power Co., is taking a two weeks vacation which she is pass ing in Boston. Miss Hazel Ryle, Miss Isabell Trot, Miss Katherine McClotid and Mi.is Mary Drumgould motored to Rutland and Burlington over the week. end. Mrs. Martin V. Cross of Berlin was taken Sunday afternoon to the hospi tal in Montpelier for care and treat ment. She fell while walking about at her home, injuring one hip which at first it was thought was broken. , Jack Kerr was fined $15 ant costs on his plea of guilty to a. charge of intoxication in city court before Judge W. A. Ixtrd thia morning. Kerr was ar rested last night A meeting of the marketing commit tee of tRe Vermont Maple Sugar Mak ers' association will be held in the New 8herwood hotel in Burlington at 10:30 next ednesday morning. Plans for or ganization will be 'discussed. L. G. Mul holland, state marketing agent, will at tend the meeting. Miss Martha Price of Middlesex is no longer employed in the office of the state highway department, according to a statement made by Commissioner T. W. Dix thia morning. A Waterbury man reported to the police last night that people on the Xorthfield road have seen a man crawl- ling about on his hands and knees in the Toad between Montpelier and Xorthfield. Special Officer John O'Neill and Grand Juror H. Stote went to the spot indicated but could find no trace of the man. Ml ttlMOM MY GOODS. CO, SERVICE SATISFACTION Women fnou; the Economical Advantages of Good Hosiery . At La'st, We Have Them Again. FULL FASHIONED, heavy 14 strand pure silk Hosiery, Black and Cordovan, at '. .... . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... .... ....... . . . ........ V. ... ...... . $2.25 We believe this Allen A. Black Cat Hosiery to-be the best wearing Silk Hos iery on the market. We believe it because customers tell us so and the . demand has been so great for this number, that we have been unable to secure enough of them. Now, we have only ten dozen received from this mill this week, but we want to give you an opportunity to fill your wants. THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY i STOPPING TRAIN IS COSTLY. '1 . J - -r I WEBSTERVILLK Chaelet Gall, a student at the M- bsnv Business college, ia at borne on a short vacation. Dr. A. A. Rock of Boston is visit ing relatives here for a few days. The Baptist ladies' aid society will meet. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clocl' with Mrs. John Crawford. Little Lessons ia Thrift. Two Barre young men, graduates of paulding high school, figured in Dart mouth football Saturday whnn Nor man Gordon plaved rieht end for the varsity against S'ew Hampshire State college and Winston BrowQ playei right half back for the Dartmouth freshmen against Exeter academy. S. Nahcfhima, the Japanese gran ite manufacturer who wm in Barre tn a visit of inspection in Mav. has ar rived hark at his home in Tokio. Sec retary At hoi Bell of the Granite Man ufacturers' association has receiv.-d a letter to this effect from Mr. Xahe hiina, who slo thanked Barre for it courtesy to him. Fifty friends of Miss Elena Bsr- l-ri urTri--ed her at her home on! Brook strret last night, and presented j her a golil wnt watch. . J tie n.rty was given as a larcweu to u :ar lcri a she goes to New York soon to continue her music studies. Mi-s lena Crwv made the presentation in l"half of the company. The evening was pa.el with gles and music end refrehments were served. - Because of the storm Saturday af- ernoon the east side wss in darkness Saturday nijiht. Several of the elec tric wires were torn down and to pre vent injury from them the entire cit- cuit was shut off. Workmen of the elec tric lipht company were at work Sat- day nipht and yesterday repairing the damage and the lights were on agiir. last night. Every newspaper editor has to meet the would-be contributor who thinks hecn write rings around everybody on the taper. Into the office of the city editor of a Columbus paper came a man with a story he thought the topnotch in writing. "Looking it over hastily, the editor said: "You waste too much paper." "But how ran I economize?" the W. B. C. asked. "By writing on both sides of the paper," said the editor. "You don't use stories written n both sides of the sheet," taid the as toniidied contributor. i I know that.Jiut you would save vour paper." Columbus Dispatch. The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop New Arrivals Great Coats of Fur Enthusiastic Welcome is Being Accorded These Cozy Warm Coats. Beautiful Pelts are deftly fashioned into Coats "of amaz ing smartness. You will find every advantage in buying your Fur Coat now, while garments that are so new and stylish are offered in such compelling values. A limited number of early Fall Hats to close out at once at 98c. ,See Keith Avenue Window Display of Evening Dresses. The Mrs. Shepard Co., In?. ' . See Keith Avenue Window Notice, The union stores of Barre will fW closed Wednesday, Colum4us day, hu will ke open Tuesday night until 9 o'clock. Spanking Made Easy. Brainv Peter ga.ed fondly al his latest patent device. The invention of a genius it was, a spanking machine in the shape of an iron hand and arm holding a rubber slimier. This marvelous machine spanked a child according to magnitude of hia offense. Three volts punished the erring in fant for crying, five volts for swim ming on Sunday, eight for telling a lie, nine for stealing a cake from the larder. A sound thrashing at 10 volts was the maximum for making a raft out of the extra leave of the din ing room table. "Ah. ah!" he sighed. "What more can fathers want." London Answer. 500 Pounds of Coal Ued When Loco . . motive Halts. Perhaps the greatest waste of coat is by railroads. At present the coun try'a carrier use about 27 per cent of all the bituminou coal produced in the United Statea each year. If this ton wr nlitrad in standard coal car and coupled in a single train it would. fcnv Ipnutll ol ZOmi nines. n uiv.- ing at a constant speed of 20 mile an I hour, this train would require 65 day . to pasa a given point. Such a volume . of coal would he uffiieient to pave aj roadway from New York to San Fran-j cisco, one foot in thickness and a half j mile wide. ' The railroads are badly in need of locomotives and cars. If our trans- j portation line were to effect a saving of 2 per cent in their annual consump- tion of coal the amount thu laid aside , m-nni.l ! siifTicient to nrrchase sever- f al hundred modern locomotivse and j thousands of freight cars, jor eacn l ; ter cent of fuel saved the railroads of ' the United States effect a direct gam, J tw.ut f5.000.000. while the indirect mino amounts to a sum that is equal- y great. Ot all the coal that is used i'n the firebox of a locomotive only per cent of the total value of the fuel i is applied to the work of moving the f reijiht or passenger car. j When a pound of coal is burned in a i freight locomotive at ordinary freight, tr.tti sneed it will furnish sufficient energy to carry one ton 15 feet. An HHHHm9f t;' ordinary passeneer 'rmVT" n IT- .1 n . ' 1 .1 uTaver Ch ..'Jiy rtP j t 03U-Dins oi int Lounify are tt made with a heavy freight or pas senger train represents a fuel loss of from iiOO to 750 pounds of coal depend the weiirht of tlu train the h bviptht of the stop and the grade condi brake line air leak-on a train of 50 freight car has Wen known to cause a loss of as mth as 24.V) pounds of coal in a 10 hour f.riod. The less of coal each time a modern loco motive pops off for five minutes is alwut pounds. If locomotive fire , r n save a little more than the th" ! shovel of l of each t.xi used the to tal saving would I n1'' ' 1 tier cent ot all tue com nain-u. Flovd W. Parsons in IC iJV'T.' 4 tiest They Have Been in Twelve Yens Fall is upon us. 'Soon you must u?e ccrl. G: s6me part of your supply in your bins. A peal de mand will come then from every part of the Unite 1 States. " 'j CALDER & RICHARDSON Tel. 450 World work. ! TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. ,' I-OR SALE PWk wood $4.00 prr ront: al. . o oin potatoes ; N. E. Tel. Svl-ll ; Knnk Marhi. ;u rXIR 8AI.E-T11RKE ton F. wTn. IS.ooo Irwh, run atwtit StO mili: a hnrsiii for U.-Ht cmsh; rrply to 1'. U. Mux 1- Barre. . 1TM FOR SALE-On t rU mi nickel tl: mi Uniirr t i iirar Store. 17st2 fX)f!fPrtito billght bTt-irtsTW tiite Riv rr Junrtina nl Ko. Rnaltna; nnnVr Fe iwmfy Tirr ctire. ITfttS FOR 8AI.E-4tne Inri-s. nnrrycr. in Kraid rKtit n : pric rtsrht ; on T-reii iiumi. Si tjiW r. niy fmmtrA : rorjd tirrs and in rJ ron-iiuwi ; H. F. TutJcr A i I'-i.i ' Trt KKVT T mttam "on "B!arVw.1 St.. J Tl J4.VW or rl at 41 f-t St.: M ; Jm. AKm. lTStf fOR f Al.E-H-whnlj f'irnitop at pri i v. V mi.- miTt be ml onrr : Kit. I Lmn C irnrr, Wart i-L. lrk f 1trr i hlnrk. ITilf r NOTICE TO I'UIILIC. ! On tttr (M. 5f, I w:."l pmr fi WUXI A M MTHROWN. l NOT U K r"n in j'tit vrr ir marhii' f'r No. 1. Tl.41-X. i;t COME OW. (0E ALL To 'Pim lo Ha.J mhrti ym nrrl tt mrm9 mm T onrrT rTT kw' l KmH f i j I rt t4 riirl te r irror to tut 1 th tro-r mt yrr oro. V r tvam i nw 4 r-w your Ki&i. ic-fc lioi. tr r qRAMTFVlLLE Kepular meeting of diviinn No. S. . O. IU will be hel.1 in Miles' hall Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. All mem bers please attend, business of ira- pnrtance. Kepular tnietinj of council 2".1. I. "I ni.-n St. .lnhn ltintite d-- .meriiiie, Wednesdav. t. 12. at 7 t. m Memhers are requested to attend. Per order secret a rv. C'' is fall v pecial nxrtin? of council. No. 40I, s of Columbus. ied for to-niL'ht at 7:30. A larps at tendance is rejiie.td. IVr order jrrand kniiit. A regii'sr meetin? of Tr...i...r. V" - I . 11 ' rJ -(- nr, in. wilt, .v i j. nrn in i lan nan en I ir ,". Mday. t. II. at 7 p. m. ""'" ' rfsdinz arr4 di-f-- t awr. tmet t Wu Fair Exchange No Robbery. An extremely shrewd young man re cently tendered his resignation as an employe in the packing department of a larce estaldishmen in Kansas Citv, announcing at the same time that he proposed to go ito business for himself with another youth. " I am sure, sir," he said to hi old boss, "that this young fellow will make a success of it. I will furnish the experience and he will provide the capital. ' "How long do you expect that plan to succeed." asked the los. "0, about a couple of rears," an swered the young man. "I figure that by that time I should have the capital and the other fellow the experience." Philadelphia Public Ledger. Quick Action. "Osbbe is going to start a matri i rponisl agency." , "What got him going that war!" ! "Ssvs he can see great posiiihilit ies ' in that business now that photgraphs, ran he sent by wire." Buffalo Kx press. ' ; Suspense. , Hu!wtndi What! So dinner? Where's t he cook ? Wife At the movies. She absolutrlv rcfuwd to put on the soup until he snen this week's instalment of the se rial. Paris Illustration. Familiarity. -Did vou inform father you intend to marry me!" said the girl with fluffy hir- . . -.1. "Yes." answered the young man with ' Uie eveglasses. All he said wa tnai he wian t verv wen -tjniin- - n,. .nd he didn't see why I should tell him my troubles." Washington Star Compliments the Cook. Housewife My, aren't you satisfied yet! You aaid you just wanted a bite Tramp Yes. T did lady. But your food ha started an appetite I didn't know I had. New York Sun. N-. 19. f I.t I'.srre, ) y. 'ti ri:tl n of w ill be will be Two It Company. Mr. 4iitwrJ My mother y He wmii.ln't live in su'h a pl-e a thit r all the nv-t'T in the world. ,1itN That, my dear, i what esie jt . 'trs-tne to me. w Yurk Sua. Grand Luck. First. Artist Did yon hear about IV Long's luck He sold a painting. Second Artist I)o you call that luck 1 First Artist You'd say it wa if ytju'd seen the picture. Washington STENOGRAPHERS who get and keep good positions tnut have a good knowledge of, Knglish grammar and the meaning, and use of wird. SCHOOL TEACHERS ! are invariably uoiesfu as short- j band writers and private aecre- J tartes. ur home study while teach- j ing puts them in direct touch with ! eongemal employment and apprccia- j tive emplover. i Day. E renin! and f Home Study. MONTPELIER BUSINESS SCHOOL j ISA KICHARD50S. FRIS. j Tfceaea S17-M; t SS. 1 r I . SC' 1 ' yg''"" 1 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' o'-'Kepeater" 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. at.