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THE BARKE DAILY TIMES, BAKHE, .VIM FH1DAV, .AUGUST 18, 1922.
6 1 BARRE DAILY TIMES TALK Of THE TOWN S: ESTABLISHED 16S THE HOMER FITTS CO. : tMC 5TOE WHERE QUALITY COUNT5 Diim Dnmmi ' Drel360 DrM 129 33 eenta each number Dr 1259 Ttt t et pu fciUuo in design and oricinaSty It attained la the FRIDAY, AUG.M8, 1922. The Weather Showers to-night. Warmer in Maine SatuPHay cloudy with moderate tem perature. Fresh southerly winds with quaiM. , ' ; TALK OF THE TOWN PICTORIAL, REVIEW PATTERNS for SEPTEMBER 20 cents to 35 cent--None Higher Bech hm tpaeiml Khtidm let Cvttmi mad Conmttuetion " ;The Fall Fashion Book -. ntins arfranoa mod rf mppmrel lot mwary mam bar of the amity Visit Our. Pattern Department If you are planning a Fall wardrobe, there is no wiser move you can make. The dress that' you have in mind will become very real, and as smart and chic looking as you had hoped for. Having clothes that you love to wear becomes an easy matter if you use Pictorial Review Patterns i The Worn an' a R e a dy -1 o - Wear Shop FROCK MODES Inspiring Alike Are Fabrics and Styles Beauty vfirst has been ihe watchword of new Frock thatNiaily join frock ranks here. Exquisite lace modes are interspersed with cloth frocks that employ effective embroideries. Silk modes skill fully draped are among the most popular features.' The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Are you going? adv. Are you going? Where! adv. F. D. Prouty of Marshfield visited friends here yesterday. The biggest bargains ever. on travel ing bags at Lander's on Saturday, adv.' VThe Dietator," with Wallace Reid, is coming, it's a first run Paramount, -adv.' Dr. S. Mitchell of Rutland was in the city for a short time yesterday after noon. ',.'. ,i Mrs. P. E. Griffith, who; has been visiting friends here, left to-dav for Ashville, N. C. . Mrs. E. H. Lang,6f Boston arrived in the city, yesterday for a short stay with relatives. Heth Doam of Glenwood, la., arrived in the city yesterdav for a visit with relatives and friends. Public dance every Saturday even ing, Quarry Bank hall ; Carroll' orch estra. Special car after dance. adv. .Long distance and general trucking, furniture a specialty. Granite City Bottling Works. Tel. 728M or 748-W. adv. . We wish ' to notify trie public that the Central cafe, rearl street, will open in a few days under New ork man agement. adv. Mr, and Mrs. W. E. CtMvin of Long Island, N. Y., are visiting at the home of Mr. Colvin's brother, F. T. Colvin, of 33 Park street. To make tlie desserts you like best taste better, flavor them with Baker's Certified Flavoring Extracts. At all good grocers. adv. ..." Mr. and Mrs. Nathan M. Veino and son, Milford, of Watervliet, Jf. Y., are visiting at the home of their brother, Roger Veino of Academy street. Isaac Gould of Maple . avenue re turned home last evening after passing a two weeks' vacation visiting .with friends in Saratoga, Glens Falls and Lake George, N. Y. Presbyterians! ., The financial sec retary will be at K. Macrae's store, Pearl street, Saturday evening, from 7 to 8, to receive envelopes and contri butions. Kindly give this your atten tion. adv. ' TALK OF THE TOWN . . i Are you going I adv. Are you going? Where? adv. , Mrs, George Bates of Calais is visit ing friends in this city for a few days. "The Dictator," with Wallace Reid, is coming, it's a first run Paramount, adv. , ' , , All leather goods on sale Saturday at Lander's are new. Just received this week. adv. . George Anderson of Ellsworth, Me., arrived in the city yesterday on a business visit, William Thorn, who is employed in Toronto, Canada, is visiting his fam ily on Elmore street., , " For all kirids of cement, stone and brick work, call Leel, 63 Pleasant street, 'phone 276 8,-adv. H. Q. Amidon of Adamant entered the City' hospital yesterday for radium treatment for goitre. f J. C. Watt of Washington street leaves to-day for Middlebury, where he will vwit jfrjends over the week end. Mrs. George B. Holmes and daughter. Ella, of Trow' hill have left for Bos ton and Springfield, Mam., where they plan to spend two weeks. ;, '; i The funeral of J. Henry Drumgould, who died yesterday morning, will be held to-morrow morning at 9 o clock from St. Monica a church. Miss Elizabeth Duncan of Pelmont avenue returned yesterday from Joe's pond,. where she has been visiting friends for the past few days. John, Gray of Pleasant street, who has been employed for the past month in New York City, has returned to his home here. ' . Mrs. Evelyn Hubert of Providence, R. I., and Mrs. Albert Gascoigne' o? Baltimore, Md., who were visiting at Mrs. Claude Martin's for the past two weeks, haveTeturned home. Are you going? adv. . , ' Are you going? Where? adv. A good leather Boston bag for $1.4.1 at Lander's on Saturday. adv. , For plumbing and heating, call James Mcleod, 123 Orange street. Tel. 823 W. advi i v.," "The Dictator,; with Wallace Reid, is coming, it's a first run Paramount. adv. . You can bw'a $12 traveling bag of whole grain leather and leather lined for $6.50 on Saturday at Lander's. adv. . ' . . - Mrs. John Drumgould and son of Northfield arrived in the city yesterday to attend the funeral of J. II. Drum gould, ;V;'. 'f Miss Theresa Carroll of Hartford, Conn., who is visiting friends here, left yesterday for Highgate Springs to pass a lew days. , , i Your choice of any summer liat in store lor iwc. All summer felts at a discount. Mrs. Carroll Murphy's, 70 main sireec aav. Miss Nellie Brown and Mrs. Walter McIIugo left yesterday for Manchester, N. H., where Miss Brown will resume work, after a two weeks' visit with friends-here. Mrs, McIIugo plans to visit with friends and relatives for a time. ... wwm my & Co SERVICE SATISFACTION Two STOWE Bays Mot Friday audi Saturday i which to take advantage of the big mark-downs in our Amuaal August While listening t the band concert I next iuescaay evening enjoy an ice cream cone, come homemade candy or popcorn, to be sold at a booth in city park, by the nurses of the hospital. ' Floyd Gerrard of Beacon street re turned home yesterday, after passing some time on a cruise- covering ew York, Newport News and the coast 'of Texas. Mr. Gerrard would also have made the journey to Hamburg, Ger many, had he been' able 'to return here in time to re-enter .Howdom this tall Ardolino brothers of 24B East. 35th street, New York City, have secured a contract for granite carving for the New York County house, from George A. Fuller company. This is av very large job of th Corinthian style, and will take about a vear and a half to complete by fifty carvers. Work to be done either at Hallowell or Stonington, Me. adv.'. An investigation ol tne oia aam at. w s pagw ,nd John SuIivllB r. the Smith. Whitcomb A Cook foundry ttlrned Wednesday night from St. A showed that the plank covering was hl where two' horses .belonging to rotted through in a number of places. . ,!unjor Dillard. who was entered in the v 1 " t . , r ; ; 4.. SS Camping. Time FMilight W Our assortment is complete. , Our batteries are fresh. ; Come in and look them over. Barre Electric Co. Tel. 98. "For Your Electric Wants" Workmen are now busy recovering the dam with new plans while the water is out. Secretary T. W. Bradley of the Barre Board of Trade left yesterday after noon on a two week' vacation. Yes terday he went to Montreal, where he will pass two week in attending the course given in the National School for Commercial Secretaries, being held at Northwestern university. lnis school is niiw.by the joint resources of tfle .National Association of Secretar ies and the U. S. Chamber of Com merce. 1 t ' T The results of the traffic census tak en by Harvey Dodge of the Montpclier road were completed yesterday. Mr. Dodge took his report one-quarter of a mile from the Barre line in the town of Berlin and according to his figures f slightly over a thousand cars passed between the hours of 7 a. m. and 10 p. m. This report shows considerable heavy doty traffic also, lhe near est approach of any other road to this number Is one having nearly 800 ears oer day pass over it. A second report to check up on the first results will be taken next Thursday. 2:10 -class easily won his rare. The Baron, who was entered in the 2:40 .'lass, fell as he was coming into the stretch and threw his driver, Harry Campbell, for a considerable distance. Mr. Campbell escaped with a bruised leg and shoulder. Mr: and Mrs. wl K. Barney of Tam pa. Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bar ney, also of Tampa, passed through here yesterday while on a trip to St. Johnsbury and the White mountains. Mr. Barney will , be remembered as Judge Barney, at one time city judge In Barre. They were accompanied by another car wfnah contained Mr. and Mrs. C W. Barney, Mr. asd Mrs. C. W. Turner, and Miss Lena Barney, all of Oaremont. Suits and Overcoats Made to Your Measure The Pall and Winter Samples have arrived. Over 350 pat terns for your selectidn. Noth ing but ALL WOOL fabrics are shown. Suits and Overcoats, $24.00 to $50.00 Trousers; $6.75 to $15.00. Fancy Vesting, $6.25 to $8.50. Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. The TIRE SPECIALS 34x4J Fab $14.75 32x44 Cord ........ 28.24 33X4J4 Cord 28.88 ' 35x4 Cord ....... f 30.50 I 36x454 CoTd 30.90 35x3 ' Cord 33.48 Lane-Davis Company "The Dictator," with Wallace Reid. is coming, it'a a first run Paramount, adv. i Uvory s if our set complete? Have you every necessary article, every one of the delightful pieces? If not, we ask you to examine our very complete display especially as price on IVORY PYRALIN are much lower this year. Red Cross Pharmacy The United Aid society held its an nual August sale at the Community church Thursday. The parlor, dining-1 rooms, vestry and Sunday school apartments were all occupied and were profusely decorated . with evergreen and crepe paper. The flower table at the entrance added much to the at tractive appearance of the whole. There was a large attendance. Aprons, fancy articles, notions, candy, food, dolls, novelty wood ware, quilt and many other articles found a ready sale. Ice cream and cake were served andl ladies in old-time gowns presided over the tes tables. The receipts have not all been turned in, but it is thought a good sum will be realized Mr. and Mrs.. Roger Bedell had a thrilling ride through Smugglers' Notch Thursday afternoon on their return from a motor trip to Dunham, P. Q. The brakes of their car refused to work and the descent from the "heipht of land" was made in double quick time, with the car on two wheels J parf of the time. Fortunately,-the carl kept right side up and the trip was made without accident. Mr. and Mrs. Bedell had as passengers Mr. and Mrs. H.. L. Harvey and three children, hav ing left 31 rs. Harvey's father, Alex-' ander Legett, in Dunham. Mr. Leggett had visited his daughter in Stows. A deal was closed Thursday noon by which Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Brown have purchased 'of Mrs. Effie Robinson her i house and the drug store block on Main ; street. Immediate possession is given 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Brown will soon. mnt'. intn tYiA hrtiic. frnm tlteir firm 1 on west hill. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Chritiansnn and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Leith and guest, Arthur Chambers, are passing the week end in camp In North Hero. F. A. Fogg and Mrs. Addie Burn ham of Enfteld, N. H., are visiting friend in town, joining Mis Maude Raymond, who has been here several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith left' Thurs day for Randolph on their return to their home in Danbury, Conn., after visiting relatives in town. , Mrs. H. E. Pik and daughter, Kath ryn, went Wednesday to their grand mother's, Mrs. S. E. Dewey, at Middle bury. Misses Stella and Viola Marshall of Lowell, Mass., are guests at A. B. Weeks'. Miss Evelyn Wright has returned to Montpelier, after passing a week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. S. A. Po ls ke. , . , . Herbert Shepard, Mrs. Clara Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Vera Shepard and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Robinson left CI em wice Sale While some iteips have been cleaned out entirely, we still have some won derful bargains ' to offer you for these ' , ' last days YARD GOODS -TOWELS -SHEETS -GING- HAMS -PERCALES -UNDER WEAR-HOSIERY-GLOVES-CORSETS . at the lowest prices of the year SUITS COATS DRESSES marked way below cost for quick clearance . ' . UNION DRY GOODS CO. ii . . . 1 l motor trip to ew i. 1 Thursday on I York state. Mr. and Mr. C E. Irving of Burling ton and Mrs. Irving's mother and sis ter of Atchineon, Kan., called on friends in Stowe Wednesday on their way through Smugglers Notch. Mrs? B. O. Godfrey and daughter, Alice, and son, Edward, and Allison Pike are in camp for several days at Lake Elmore. , J. Willard Webb, who has passed the summer at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Foster, left Thursday for his home in Chicago. Mrs. Herbert Rexford and Mrs. Earl Tyler of Ayers Cliff, Quebec., ar visit ing their daughter and sister, Mm R, L. Moulton. Merle Wood of Georgia is visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Shaw. , In this direction it you wish to buy bread that is healthful and wholesome, pies and cakes that re pure and delicious and biscuits that just melt in your mouth. When you have once tried our products, you will not consider it worth while to stand over the hot stove to do your own baking. The, City Bakery USED CAE 1 Ford Roadster, with starter 1-Cole 8 " 1 Jeffrey-Six 2 1918 Chevrolets H. F. Cutler & Son Tel. 750, Opposite Fire Station Given Away Dolls Umbrellas Aluminum ' Ware Blankets Brooms Groceries Rugs Candy Etc n 1AU 1 Everybody Out! August 26 IE 3 I s 01 i Iffl Barre Post No. 1 0 Sports Marathon Dashes Water Fights Ladder Climbing Contests Bicycle Races Baseball Games Field Sports Band Concerts Confetti Etc Don't Advertise Unless . . . , . you are absolutely on the level with your customers Unless your goods are so excel lent that everyone . who buys them once will want them again. ' Unless there is real need for what you make Unless you appreciate that it takes ' a long' time and costs a lot of money to educate one hundred million peo ple to associate your trade mark with a definite standard of quality Unless your business is built on the -firm foundation of economical' pro duction and sound finance. ' rabliafcatf by ta Bam Daitjr Times, in ea-K ratiaa witk The iawiau AaaacUttea af Advertising AfMcie Be Prepared to Enjoy Your Motor Trips - We have a complete line of Automobile Robes and Accessories. See our Window. .C. W Averill & Co. n V P J Aeroplane Stunts at 1,30 p, m. Frank McWhorter Co.