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THE BAKRB DAILY TIMES, BAR1IE, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1922,
ESTABLISHED 1886 , fl.r. f 1 1U1 I. . -.JH I ;. . IMi ' ,1 THE' STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS To-morrow ervice Dav And Likewise the Day of the Big Bargain Have Set the High Value'Mark for Barre's 3 Bargain Days Come to-morrow and participate in the store's ability of giving real bargains. event that is demonstrating this v $1.25 values. SPECIAL . 189c . Corsets . . Back of lace' for stout figures; $3.00 vahie. SPECIAL $1.00 ' Specials for Service Day Night i Scotch Robes ..NeCKWear Gingham ... , . V . Made of Nainsook, c p . F nest quahty, short sleeves, V necks, c"; : V .JETSt- Collars, Collar and Cuff Sets and Vestees Newest styles in Organdie, Linen and La'ce. Specially purchased for this event. Val-ues-from 50c to $1.25. SPECIAL 39g and 69c handsome 32 inches value. - SPECIAL . 59c yard Dress Aprons Made of fine count percale, rick' rack trimmed, $1.25 value. SPECIAL 79c White Skirtings ' Cotton Gabardine and Repp in plain weaves and Novelty Stripes, to make up into handsome tub skirts; 36 inches wide. $1.00 and $1.25 values. SPECIAL 1 69c a yard Silk Unmbrellas Ladies' All Silk and Gloria Silk Um brellas, attractive handles, well made, colors are NaVy, lied, Green, Purple and black; $650 values. . - SPECIAL $4.98 each a Special (or Barre's 3 Bargain Days Added Numbers for Men Only ... 10 Blackstone Cigars for . ....... i. .$1.00, 10 7-20-4 Cigars for . .' ....... .'. ..... .$1.00 10 Peter Schuyler Cigars ... . . . . . ....... .; . . : $1.00 Lucky Strike and Camel Cigarettes ..... . 15c English Ovals and Fatima Cigarettes . . .19c S1.00 Lilac Vegetol, ' : - . . 35c Gentleman's Talc, both for 1,00 50c Sicilia Italian Briar Pipe 50c Ever Closed Tobacco Pouch, both for The Red Cross Pharmacy 83c TALK OF THE TOWN Hat Bargains All Dark Hats at Half Price. A big: line of Sport Hats at 25 per cent off. 25 Hats at $1.00 each. Annie C. Murphy 70 North Main tSreet Rosa Gale of riainfield was in the city yesterday. See the value in millinery. Mr a. Bir me, Laurel street. mar. Don't forget KniehU of Columbus carnival and mardi grai, Intercity paric, June 17. adv. A. R. Bell, secretary of the Gran 1 ite Manufacturer 8ooiation, was in Newport to-dajf on busineaa. .Marion .lonea 01 Bolder avenue commenced work thia mominjf in the ofHce of Marr A Gordon Granite Co. K. L. Tarantino of Quakerxtown, Pa., a granite manufacturer and retailer in that city, who hav been panning two week in the Barre district, returned to his borne to-day. Mr. Charles Rohinxon, Louis Vo- gel and H. L. Hackel have returned to Boston, after a visit at V. R. Emslie's on the Montpelier road, while enjoy ing a nstung trip in una vinnitv. Mr. Patrick Brown of Jefferson street left to-dav for a two weeks' vit.it with friends and relatives in Biddefonl. Me. Before returning home i-he experts to pass a ew days in Boston. Many of those owning their private berry patches are enjoying the new fruit. No great quantity has been picked aa yet but it is expected that next week will see tbern on the mar ket Th crop this year is turning out very good. MfT and Mrs. Samuel Gerrard and : daughter, IJoris. of 4 Beacon street . left to-day for Brunswick, Me., w hre 'they will visit their son, Floyd, who i a junior at Bowdoin collenc re J mflining for the graduation exercises, The latter expects to go abroad later I in the summer. BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1922. The Weather Fair to-night, except probably show er m eastern Maine; Kridav fair i moderate variable winds.- j American Minister to Austria at Vi j enna. j Vienna, June - Albert Henry 1 Vahlurn, new American minister to Austria, arrived here yesterday and 1 called immediately at the foreign ofliie w here he preented bis' credentials. Barre's 3 Bargain Days Thursday. Friday and Saturday You Men and Boys can save dollars on your outfits, by coming: to us. , i We shall make some liberal discounts on all merchandise. A look here will mean a sale. The Frank McWhorter Co. One taste tells the story of its good- ness. CITY BAKERY m I M M m M - AS All m I sM -f, v - Sl-'t MALTBREAD TALK OF Tlli TOWN W, H. Little of North Montpelier was in the city yesterday. George Mosher of Cambridge, Mass., is passing a. short visit in this city. , A con was born yesterday to Mr, and Mrs. Guide Bettini of North Main street.. - j -- .. ' Mrs. James McLaughlin' of Hnrdwick is passing a few days' visit with friends in tha city. Mrs. Florence M. Bottigi left to-day for Burlington to spend a few weeks with Mrs; Mazzonl, : x " Don't forget Knights of Columbus carnival and mardi gras, Intercity park, June 17. adv. S. B. Hunt, who has been passing sev eral days in this city on business, left yesterday for Burlington. Mrs. Alex. E. Bruce - of Brooklyh street left the earlier part of the week for Philadelphia for a visit. F. V. Whether of Lebanon, N. H., arrived in the city yesterday for a vis it with- friends and relatives. Regular meeting of L. A., A. 0. H., will be held in K. of C. hall Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Refreshment. Miss Madeline Baril ha returned to her home in St. Johnsbury, after visits ing Miss. Gladys Nounan of Merchant street. Allan C. Williams of Brooklyn street left this week for Brattleboro, where he Jias secured employment" for the summer. Dance on a new hard wood floor at the .Woodbury lake pavilion to Sum ner's seven -piece orchestra Friday, June 10. adv. , . Clarence Carpenter, who has been at tending the University of Vermont, has arrived at hw home here to pass the summer. ' John Molla, who has been a student at Dartmouth college for the past year, arrived home here yesterday to pass the summer. The Red Cross nurse will hold a baby conference at the Brook street school triday afternoon, June 16, from 2:. 'JO to 4 o'clock. K. A. Drown, the well-known drug gist, hat a special proposition for any one who is suffering with rheumatism. Ask about the Rheuma- plan. adv. Alias Jean SI. Stephen of 1S4 South Main street left to-day for the Moun tain View house in U'hitefield, N. II., to le employed for the summer. Leslie Mdd of Orange street arrived 'iome yesterday from Dartmouth col lege, where he has just completed the second year of bis course of study. Armando Pappazoni of Addison place left this city yesterday fur Oakland Cal., where he will join his brother, who has been 10 that city for the past iwo years. . Notice, all persons having K. of C. book, etc., are- requested to return same at K. of C. hall, Kcampini block, not later than Thursday evening, June 13, at 7.-.50. ' K. C. Button of Chelsea, 'who has been visiting relatives in Burlington, arrived in this city yesterday to paiB a short tim with friend while on his wa y home. . James Young, a well-known Dart mouth track star, Itai arrived home here to paea the summer with his par ents, Mr. and Mr. George. Young of Warren street. 1 Read the adv. of The Little Dry Goods Store, 8 Cottage street, nif North Main. Do your shopping early aa store will be closed all day Satur day until 8:30. adv. Last dav in which to pay metered water rentals. After June 15 ten per cent will be added .to the bill. Office open until 8 p. m. Superintendent wa ter department. adv.. hergt. G. H. Woodward from Camp Bragg, X. C, who has been passing a 45-day furlough at the home of his fa ther, H. P. Woodward of this city, re turned yesterday to camp. Recent guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. X. K. Mann of Orange street were Mr. and Mra. J. K. Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Prank R. Mann of Brattleboro. who came by auto for a few days visit. .Nome of the local officers, non -com missioned oflicers and chosen privates of the local machine gun company of National Guardsmen are making prop-aistion-t for ,a trip to Camp Deven Saturday, where they will pass a week. Mr. and Mrs. T. If. Cave, jr., of Well ington street returned home lat eve ning from South Dadlev, Mass., where they attended the graduating exercises at Mt. llolyoke college. Their daugh ter. Miss Doris Ka-tman. was a mem ber, of the graduating rlass. Flovd K. Mitchell of this city arrived hm this morning from West Point, V., where he has been a student for the' pat two years. for a -visit, with his parents here. Mr. Mitchell is a graduata of Spauhiing, '20, anif is t GAINED WEIGHT AND STRENGTH Women of middle age need, a tonic and the experience of Mrs, J. D. Rey nolds of No. 14 Fonda avenue, Oneonta, N. V., will be valuable to others who suffer as he did. Mrs. Reynolds says: " "I think I overtaxed my strength for I became weak and tired. I had no appetite to speak of, I worried a lot and my dSjestion was distrubed. Mv stomach way gour and gave me pain. I also had rheumatic pains in the shoul ders, hips and right knee. . "After I had taken several medicine" with but slight benefit I rcal about Dr. Williams' Pink . Pills' and tried them. After the. first box I noticed that I ws gaining. in strength and had mors color. This encouraged me to keep on. I gained-weight and soon the pain was ail gone and I no longer had the stom al h trouble. I can' recommend Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills highly as they surely re'ped me greatly." our own druggist sella Dr. Wil liams' Eink Pills, j'riee (10 cents. adv. Vmm HMY (GdD(Q)P CO. SERVICE SATISFACTION TALK OF THE TOWN Columbus Intercity Don't forget Knights of carnival and mardi gras, park, June 17. auv. r ; Last day in which to pay metered water rentals. After June 15 ten per cent will be added to . the bill. OflLe open until 8 p. m. Superintendent wa ter department. adv. A very pretty shower was held last evening, at the borne of Miss, Mary Parnigoni of Humbert street when about 30 of her young friends gathered to giv her a shower in honor of her approaching marriage to Louis Pron tini of this city." As a 'feature cele bration of the event, a mock marriage was held, with Miss Parnigoni as the bride, Mary.Rizasi as the groom and Inez Maberini in the role of the min ister. Miss Parnigoni was tlje recipi ent of a large number of presents, py rex, silver, linen,- cut glass, cutlery and electrical presents, for which she responded fittingly. Dancing and games served to pass away a pleasant evening.- Light refreshmenti were served by the hostess. j BARRE'S THREE BARGAIN DAYS are on. The opening day is proving a success beyond expectations. - The people are here and they're secur ing genuine bargains. - You must not miss this wonderful op-.-' portunity on the two remaining days. Friday and Saturday THE.tJMON DRY GOODS .COMPANY: HP! J TALK OF THE TOWN AH dark hats to close at half price. Mr. Birnie. 4 laurel street adv. Prices cut in half at Oliver's Battery station during three bargain days. ad. Don't forget Knights of Columbus carnival and mardi gras, Intercity park, June 17. adv. For plumbing and heating, call James MeLeod, 123 Orange street. Tel. 823-W. adv. '''.. ';. To rent f five-room tenement on Camp street; electric lights, hot water, hardwood floors, two pleasant porches a rplcndid little tenement. Edith M. tarr, .KS3-M. adv. , Barre's 3 Bargain Days Thursday, Friday and Saturday Remember that on these three days we will allow a 10 per cent discount on every musical instrument on our floor, excepting Viqtrolas. Other standard makesof Talking Machines will be sold-at a great reduction from the regular price, including such makes as the Sonora, Edison, Vocalion and.Starr. If contemplating the purchase of a piano, jtou should come in and look over our large stock, and let us explain to you our easy payment plan. During this three days' sale, we shall sell all pop ular sheet music for 25c a copy. This is a saving to you of 10c on every copy. s " Special Music Afternoon and Evening Littlelield Piano Company, Inc. "The House of Music" Tel. 399-W Shop The Woman's Re a dy-to - Wear Service Day Dresses The significant thing about this offering i3 that the prices are really insignificant: 2 Taffeta and Satin Dresses $10.00, formerly $18.50 to $25.00. . ' 4 Linen Dresses, sizes 16 to 38, aUj4.98. 4 Dotted Swiss Dresses, sizes 16 and 38. $4.98, formerly $15.00. 2 Organdie Dresses, $4.98, formerly $12.50. 12 Gingham Dresses, $4.98. These are particular ly well made, in new color combinations, formerly $8.50 and $10.00, size's 16, 42. 20 per cent Discount on all other Dresses, Suits, Capes and Coats. FUR COATS We have just received from Mandel & Weinblatt, one of the leading fur manufacturers of New York, j a line of Coats in all the desirable Furs. These will 1 oe sold at a big discount and we will also take or ders for later delivery. x . ' Orders taken for Fur Coats. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. he only Bsrre boy in AVct roint Mili arv school at present. Mr. and Mrs. Roy H ver f Melrose, Ma-s., and Mr. and Mr. Edwin Hovey of Rock Island. P. Q., left to-day by automobile for the formers' home, aft. er being the guest of their cousin, Mrs. IVsn II. Perry, while Roy Hovey was tlemling commencement exercises at fodilsrd seminary, at which school he was a member of tlie class of IS'),. The Xew Haven (Conn.) Register for Sunday, June II, contains a groua pie- ure of 1 graduates from the Grace oKpitsI of that city among which i can Carson, daughter of Mrs. .lane arson, formerly , of Barre. Another slighter of Mr. Carson. Mis Ik.r- othy M.. and Mi IViris K. N'ruin of Montpelier were members of s large clans graduating from the New IIrn Normal school of gymnastics June 10. The Sunday school of the Hrddmg M. K. churi h will bold basket picW at the cnld spring grore." one mile outh of Willmmtown villsee. Tues dsr. .tune in. weather permitting. Con-leysiH-e will W furn s'ird for .Kir tor adul:s and .V for children, the round trip, lewvin; the church at a. m. and returning at 4..TO p. tn. Notify Mrs. Holt. t-L 77-X before baturday nfin if wishing tn engage seats in" autos. Per order committee. arre's 3 Bargain Days At Houghton & Robins Gooi Help ia Sommcr. Indigpstioa causes worry, nervous ness, ik headaches, tulioiisncs, cowl ed tongue. b4 breato. bloat is?. ga. eonstipatioa anj rontant distress Henry C, Thorae. I2 Harrison Av.. IWtori. Mimu. wril: -Siik taking Fo'ey Cathsrtir Tablet I ft f.n They rlease the Ke!. e.tn t!e stomach and invigorate the brer. Ca im pain, no st am . . Not kafc.t for iig ril a d, Ko'efr! pKtf '. S .Id e'ert hre-a!v. JUXE 15, 16,17 3 Xbi. White House Coffee for 1.00 15 !T)s. Granulated Sugar . . ".. Jl.00 One-eighth bbl. Pride of Niagara Flour, pastry ... ..$1.00 One-fourth bbl. Globe, pastry $2.00 One-eighth Gold Medal, Bread Flour $1.15 One-fourth bbl. Gold Medal Bread Flour $2.25 3 tb. pkgs. Kellogg's Cornflakes .25c 10. lbs. Rolled Oats 35c 10 lbs. A or A A Oatmeal ....40c 10 lbs. Cornmeal, granulated 25c Fancy Broom . .50c Macaroni, per lb 10c; 20 lb. box $1.70 Spaghetti, per lb '.. 10c; 20 lb. box $1.70 25 cakesClean Easy Soap for .$1.00 25 cakes Lenox Soap $1.00 20 Sunny Monday Soap $1.00 18 cakes World's Soap ..$1.00 18Yakes Star Soap for .$1.00 18 caks Babbitt's Soap for $1.00 18 cakes Fels Naphtha Soap for $1.00 4 roll Baltimore Toilet Paper 25c 4 pgs. Argo Corn Starch .....25c 3 pkgs. JifTy Jel 25c 2 2-oz. Bottles Vanilla 30c 2 cans Corn 25c; dozen $1.40 Canned Peas, 6 for 90c Canned String Beans, 6 for .....90c 2 Bottles Catsup, .......25c 2 lbs. Prunes for . 2.1c 2 Tbs. Monadnock Mincemeat for 25c 2 lbs. Evaporated Peaches for . . . .' 45c 1 lb. can Pink Salmon, taM 10c 5 cans Sardines . . . 25c Temlor Jams 1 lb. "jars, regular '50c value, all flavors: 3 jars for 4 $1.00 These Prices Are at the Store Onlv Specialty Shop Barre's Three Bargain Days 10 per cent discount on Royal Society Tackage Goods. 20 per cent discount on Stamped Pillow Cases, Towels, Scarfs, Centers and Nightgowns. Children's Dresses Sizes 3 to 8 years, special ly priced for this sale from 50c to $1.00. Hats Sport and Dress models, from ?1.08 to $6.50 ' Penelope Gall Barre's 3 Bargain Days Special for First Day June 15 WearEver Aluminum Preserving Kettle, 8 qt $l-.49 Cover, extras 35c Special for Second Day June 16 Aluminum Coffee Percolator ...,.3Sc Special for Third Day June 17 Aluminum Double Roaster 9c We offer for these three days Boino White Paint for inside and outside use. $2.55 per gallon 75c per quart Small Cast Iron Spider, each 25c Low Prices on Seasonable Goods C. W. Avcrill & Co. mt 7tKCffSSTltmi.