THE BAKHE DAILY TIMES, BAIUlE, VT, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER U, ..11)21.
Homer Jh ltts Co., Inc.
"The. Store Where Quality Counts", :
Now We've Cleared
the Decks for, the
Manyjregular stocks have been moved to allow
more space for holiday goods. More selling room
for gift things; but chiefly more space to spread
things out so that you may see them to a better ad
vantage. Better chance to compare things and de
cide just which articles will make Christmas hap
piest for the lucky people who are to receive them.
' This store was never better
wVl,- ready to give prompt, sausiying
' servce to ts friends.
Blankets and Comforters as Gifts
A beautiful pair of Blankets or a daintily patterned Comforter would be
greatly appreciated by any woman on your list who has her own home. As
handsome they are practical, for even blankets and comforters can be -handsome.
Our stocks are most complete, now. ;
Wool finished, part wool and all-,
wool, in White, Gray and handsome
$4.98 to $16.50
Covered with silkoline and satin,
in dainty designs, filled with pure san
$4.98 to $9.98
Aprons and Boudoir Caps
All women cherish the personal gift those dainty accessories that are so
important to the daily living scheme. Our Aprons and Boudoir Caps are
exceptionally good looking and there is surely a large assortment from which
to choose. y
Tea Aprons, Bib Aprons; Princess
and Kimona Aprons, made of muslin,
unbleached cotton and percale: many
daintily trimmed with cretonne. .
49c to $1.98
Dainty affairs of silks, ribbons and
laces in a variety of pretty styles and
shapes. Colors are Pink, Blue, Or
chid, Rose and Maise.
59c to $2.25
It is Not Too Early to Do
Your Christmas Shopping
The assortment Is complete and the prices are low,
compared with last year.
We have a wonderful showing of sensible Gifts for
the man or boy.
Your money will fro a little further here than in
i Lockers are as welcome as those who purchase.
Shall we have the pleasure of a call from you? -
Frank McWhorter Co.
TALK OF THE TOWN
BARRE DAILY TIMES
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1921.'
The Weather V;
Generally cloudy to-night iai Thurs
day t probably liht snow; not' much
change in temperature! moderate to
fresh northwest winds. . ,
TALK OF THE TOWN
R. W. Bolrannon of Northficld wan a
bucinesg visitor in the city yesterday.
Give an Everslinrp pencil thin year,
60c to $5, at Cumming & Lewis.' adv.
F. II. Goodwin of Xorth Crafubury
was in the city yesterday calling on
I friends. ; .-, .
J Xew shades and beading designs in
I Indian moccasins . for house wear at
Tildcn's. adv. " ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Lorinjr Thayer of Bos
ton are passing a few days in Barre
visiting triends. .
John O'Leary of the firm of Marrion
& O'Leary has lieen confined to hi
home for several days with illness.
. Mr, and Mrs. John Beeman of Bos
ton arrived in town Monday to spend .t passed M weeks.
TALK OF THE TOWN i
Ye pido Plymouth fairy Howland
hall, Deo. l.V adv.. ' I
Chicken dinner every day at Balti
more lunch. PriVo-!0c adv. .
t Oil tan moccasins for, snowshoein?
and skiing at Tildnn's-adv. . :
:. Carroll's orchestra .will play - for
dancing at Howland hall, Deri 1 ft. adv. i
' Only one more day in whicu to pay
water rent. After iec. jo iv per ccni,
will be addon to bill. adv.
' The Independent Order of Foresters
will hold a dance in the Worthen hall
Friday evening, Dec. 10. adv.
Joseph Arioli of Putnamsville is vis
Ring his brother, Joha Arioli of North
Main street, - ' .
D. W. Smith of Terry street. eft
Barre to-day for Boston, Befoie re
turning lie will visit relatives in New
ton, Mass. ' , ' -. '- .
Rev. Willinm Kittredge, pator of
the First Presbyterian church, lias
gone to Boston on church business for
a few days. " '
Mrs. Marion MacDonald of 78 Kim
street returned to Barre yesterday
from Plenty, Saskatchewan, where she
TOIflM BEY E(Q)DC
SATISFACTION . : .. I ,
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week or so in the ritv with friends.
Oflieer John S. Murley started his
annual vacation yesterday and went to
Burlington to pass a few days vith
tru-tia. . . - .. .. . ;
A special meeting of tool sharpen
ers, No. 2, will be held in polishers'
hall Wednesday at 7 p. m. Important
Mis Alice Locke of William snort.
Pa returned yesterday to her home,
after pending the past week with rel
ative in town.
The members ot the Community club
of ' Barrw have plaend a contribution
box in the public library and all who
wish to give for the community Christ
mas tree, which will be had thin year,
will find opportunity there.
Our Thrift club affords an easy-to-follow
method for saving small
amounts, with interest on your weekly
deposits at the rate of two per cent.
join the iwi club now. Quarry Sav
ings Bank 4, Trust Co. adv.
, Economize on feed! Make your
'oughage palatable; increase your milk
flow and have healthier stock by using
Xtravim stock molassej. I expect a
car within JO days-To be taken at
car. Call A. M. Davis, tel. 788 -M. ad.
Mr. and Mr. John O Conncll of Al
bany, N. Y., and their three daughters,
jianon, Anna ana Irene, arrived in
Mrs. John McDonald of Liberty
street left Barre to-day for Keediiam,
Mass., to pas the winter with her
daughter, Mrs., Hall. , . . ;
Join our 1923 Thrift . club. now. As
customary we pay interest on these de
posits at two per cent. Quarry Savings
Bank & Trut Co. adv.
George II. Collamcr of the N. R. Tel.
&. Tel. Co., left Barre this morning for
Kutland to attend a meeting of district
managers tif the company. ,
Mr. and lira. James KL Pirie
Graniteville were in. the city this
morning on their way, to Waverly,
Mai., to viit friends for a few days.
' Mi Alice Morgan, who has been at
tached to the Mary Fletcher hospital
in Burlington as a nurse for some time.
lias returnea 10 ner noinu neru lor n
indefinite stay. ' -:.
I am going back to my first trade,
repairing boots and shoes, specialty
on school shoes. Before-war prices,
John Condon, 24 Merchant street. Don't
ring; come right upstairs. adv,
Alexander. Milne of Nichols street,
president of the Littlejohn & Milne
Quarry company, wa at his office to
day for the flrst time in ten days, A
large piece of granite cruhed Mr.
Milne's left 'foot. Though he Is still
unable to walk bo insisted tipon resum
ing his duties at the oflioe to-day. It-
will be several dav before the injury
, What could make
ceptable Gift than onf
yesterday 'afternoon to ras a
.ew aay wttn inenos oelore gomg toiha, healed sufficiently to
lortiana, .w wncre tney are to make Milne to walk unaided.
their home in the future. . , . ., , ., , . . .
.,,,. The market tor hides has reached
Ihomas (arroll of North Main street gluh iw PVel that the farmer are
returned last night from a three , llo 011rer bringing tke skins to town.
mmths trip through the middle west According to one farmer, in the city
ana south west in the interests of in.;- k .,ri..a n.tJ ,i
brothers. He will remain inL,t : unwk
Ten years ago, this farmer told a knot
Barre to pas the holidavs with his
parents, Mr. and Sirs. T. if. Carroll.
In a hard-fought battle, the first
team of Mis Boyee's room was de
feated by the second team of the same
room In a game of basketbnll. The
first team had the ball in their pos
session most of the-time, but didn't
succeed in making a basket. Many
fouls were called on the first team.
of men at Depot square, a ealf-hkin
would have brought the farmer i erd
I fx. Xqw, he said, they are lucky to get
$1 and very few bring the kin to
the city. The price have dropped
steadily, lie said, the war. notwith
standing, for 'the past six years.;
- The hospital is alwayt in need of
monev. It never has enough. A read-
succeeded in making a basket after j ing of yei-terday'a report of the. Barre
Mudgett, the star for the second team, j City hwpital, as printed in yesterday'
shooting 10 fouls. The final score, aft- paper, shows where it has been called
the periods were over, was first learn i upon to give more free serriee the past
er the periods were over, was: First year than in any previou one. Its
team 0, second team 1. Lineup; First funds need replenishing. ' In making
Aldo Barberf, rg; George Morey, lg; ( up your ChrWmas list this year, why
Glendon Belville. c. Second team t not put the City hospital on it for a
Fred Mudgett, rf; Arthur Caslani, If; rash contribution T One lone gift of
David Kennie, rg; Lnnco Seruzi ljr: ! this kind was received bv the institu
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" EVERY ONE MAt)E OF THE
GENUINE BEACON BLANK
You'll arrrpA with us when vou see them that it's the Drettiest lot of
Robes we've ever stiownand the prices are so much less than last year.
$5.98, $6.98, $7.98 and up
too. Just like the grown-ups. Made of Beacon Blankets in all the pretty
colorings. Sizes 6 to 14 years. ;
THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY
TALK OF THE TOWN
' Thirty-three and a third per cent dis
count on all boudoir lamps at Hooker's,
Pvcad Tilden's advertisement and
save money on your Christmas slip
A colonial pageant will be given by
the students of Spaulding school at ye
olde Plymouth fair Dec. 15. adv.
Food sale. Methodist church, Satur
day, .1:30. Hot roll . at 3 and later;
hot spaghetti. Italian style; ' cake, pie,
doughnuts. Telephone order to 573-W.
adv. .'. . .... .,- : " ' . V ,-. ... '
Aldo Savoia c.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends who so
kindly assisted us in our recent be
reavement. Mr. Viola McNulty and family.
A special meeting of Barre branch of
the G. C. I. A will be held in the opera
hou.e. Business important.
. - . Attiio!
fn meeting speciale del branch di
Barre, O. C'. I. A., sara' tenuto, all
opera house, Merctdedi, 14 Dicenibrt,
1 U2 1 , alle ore 7 p. m.. Affari impor
tanti. Wednesday. Dec, H, 1021, at 7 o'clock,
p. m. J. McKernan, secretary.
tion last year. Let's make it fifty
contribution! this year, and send them
to treasurer, Barre City hospital. -
MONTPELIER OFFICE SUPPLY STORE
97 STATE STREET, NEAR PAVILION HOTEL
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
FOR THK STENOGAl'HER
FOB THK BOOKKEEPEK
. . FOR THE DRAFTSMAN-
Our special for this week, 500 Sheets Manilla OlSce.
Copy Paper for 50c.
Where there is a
persistent cough or
is a positive help.
Srtrtt Bowne. Bloom firld. N.J. to-tt
r r w
eftii Gil IB at
- if' ii-
Snowshoea, skiis and toboggans at
Dro n Dnig store. adv. .
Special! Hot drinks with cheese or
jelly sandwich, at the Red Cross l'hsr
Our 1!22 Tbrif rlub i open for
membership now, Interest aid OR
j thrift account at the rale of two per
: cent. Hundreds bare already joined
j this li-t of savers. Quarry " Savings
tssna i rum io.-iar.
Former Aldermaa Michael H. Keefe.
wh recently ped through a ifge ot
M-rious il!ne, is able ta tie out of the
hou once more and has beea greet
ing his frw-nJs down town.
A beautiful, durable material exhibited in
ideas of a hundred different kinds.. Nov
elty pieces, bri-a-brac, boudoir articles and
toilet articles. ' High quality with the rich
lustre of old ivory, single pieces or com
plete sets. Prices are very low. V
Drown's Drug Store
43 North Main Street
The practical gift is always, the most appreciated, In our
holiday 'stock you will find awonderful selection of gifts
that are useful as well as attractive. j
Program for Ye Olde Plymouth Fair,
HowUad Hau, Pec IS. !
Miss lrrain Canton
M.vs Frnf- r.iteHe. amwipniej
t-n trie burpipe by hft brtb-r,1
Y t'im 1:.; W j
Vocsl tuYy, 5tr. ,1! m HoV-l.-a ni
Cir?e Stert j
Cotonisl prrnt Vr Jii-h .rV-ol pi-ls.
B-xi'-r Ih d: recti of Mi Et ;
Daar.; Carroira fcrcttttra.
, Tke Woman
Buy Your Coat Now
Clearance Sale Provides Extraordinary
Savings. Dressy Sports and Utility
Models Promising Measureless
Modish Cloth Frocks
You know how indispensable they are now
on a hundred and one occasions; with assured
service-giving quality, grouped for special sell
ing values: are presented for your choice.
The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc.
Sec Keith Avenue Window
Winchester Carving Seta. A earr
ing set makes an ideal gift es
pecially if it is a Winchester. Dis
tinctive designs, keen " blades,
Sterling silver mountings. Several
haml.-ome sets ta select from.
5J.73 t $10.25
Household Cutlery for Gif ta.
Tlwre are msny 5nnnnive lut
mighty weful pieces of Winches
ter cutlery that make prsrtifal
Winchester Pocket Knives. In our
toi-k you'll find just the porket
knife f-ir a worth-while gift for a
boy. Other Winchester pocket
knives that any man would be glsd
to receive. AH patterns. 50c to $5
ii a-i7 ..JZj FT j
Winchester Flashlighti. The safe
emerjrtnry lichl everywhere. Win
chester flashlights have quality all
the sit throuch. Winchester bat
teries pive hrigiit lipht and last,
lonp-r. A rift any man. woman or
child would aJreciate.
$1.00 t $150-
p ' - frf "V-:- . f$S5;
Winchester Toolf. This Christmas
the handy man would welcome a
few new tool. The auto owner al
ways needs a few extra tools; a
robe or spotlight.
Winchester Raiora. A a prnirl,
-rtifiW rsz.w for the bu-y roaa
a Wici;rter gives ral shavinj
sat ifa:ioa a g ft ned ry Hay
ia tUe vear. J1..3 ta $i.S)
Ski Snows hoes Skating Outfits
Moeta-ins, SW, Jutnjcrs, Rifles,
Ah, Maple and Hickory Ski, all
frt quality and gusrantred airaint
d..'t. Prict $13 to SXX
Sn-jw shors. m'A warranted.
Priccf from IS.Z5 to $13.00
A few pairs of army hes at ape'
hi pr .'.
Headquarters for useful gifts at moderate prices
C. W. Averill c& Co.
"The WINCHESTER Store"
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