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At N ESTABLISHED la THE HOMER FITTS CO. . , THE STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS DttmtaoS DnmltSl Dr1260 . IS oent$ mack autnbt s Dra 1349 Drma 1259 f t of perfection in nautnea, deagn aoi arifioality h attained la the PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS for SEPTEMBER - 20 cents t 35 cents None Higher acA Hmt pcial Guidm tor Cuttint mnd CoiMtrnoriaa The Fall Fashion Book i , Oftfaunt mdrmnom mod mrtd mppmml tot ry 01 m bt of thm mmity 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 Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop FROCK MODES , Inspiring Alike Are Fabrics and Styles Beauty first has been he watchword of new Frocks that.daily 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. Camp mg lime 'V IS Flashlight Time Our assortment is complete. -Our batteries are fresh. . Come in and look them over. Barre Electric Co. Tel. 98. "For Your Electric Wants' BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1922. The Weather Fair to-night; nnd Sunday. Coolir to night except in Miutheasjern Maine. Moderate northwest winds. , . ' - TALK OF THE TOWN ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Are you goinjrT TVliere? adv. Royal Yum Yum, a whole meal for 20c at Russell's, adv. C. O. Samuelson of South Ryegate visited friends in this city yesterday. , The Ibiggest bargains ever on travel ing bags at Lander's on Saturday. adv. " -x.; . . rrr ,. There will be no Sunday scliool at the Universalist church Aug. 20 and 27th. . ; .; . ..... .,. Mrs. A. S. Stebbins of Stowe was in this city yesterday for radium treat ment. ' Mrs.'Perley Amidon of Adamant has entered the City hospital for radium treatment for goitre. Herbert Anker, left to-day ; for Camp Abnaki, where he will remain th next two weeks in camp. , Willam Hurry" of Richardson street left Friday for Detroit, Mich., where he has secured employment, Public dance every Saturday even ing, Quarry Bank hallj Carroll' orch estra. Special car after dance. adv. O. H. Hale, who has been confined to the house with bronchitis for the past three weeks, is, slowly gaining. ' Long distance and general trucking, furniture a specialty. Granite City Bottling Works. Tel. 728M or 746-VV. adv. . ' ". ' Mrs. Sadia Parker and daughter, Lorraine, have returned from Boston where they have spent the summer vacation. .. Special round-trip' rates to Sher- brooke fair. New oar, good roads and good chauffeur. Olivers Battery station. adv. Miss Margaret Tomasi, Dr. Thomas Tomani and sister, Hazel, left to-day for, Highgate, where they will spend the next two weeks in camp. , , Miss Elizabeth N. Fraser has re turned home after spending six weeks with relatives and friends in Sherbrooke and Lake Megantie P. Q. Miss Mary Higgs returned to-day to Lake Fairlee, where she is employed, having been called home to attend the funeral of her grandfather, V, H. Olli ver. Amateur developing and printing. Bring your films here for first class and quick service. Free advice given on 'pictur taking. Shore's " Studio.-r- adv. At the band concert Tueidar eve ning step around to the nurses' booth in the park. There you will find, ice cream, homsassde candy and pp corn. Douglas S. Howie of Montreal, P. Q., arrived in the city to-day to spend two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webster of Washington street. , Miss Mildred Hijrgs returned to-day to Whitefield, K. H., where she i em ployed at the Mountain View house, having been called hohie tojUtend W. H. Olliver'a funeral. n . i . f'L M .." . 1 I retary will be at K. Macrae's store, I Pearl street, Saturday evening, from 1 7 to 8, to receive envelopes and contri butions. Kindly give this your atten tion. adv. Mrs. Peter Santarini and family left last evening for Buffalo, Jf. Y., where they will join -Mr. Santarini. John Hun tarini, a son, who has been employed in a local bakery, has already secured employment with a Buffalo shop. The Barre Golf club crosses drivers to-day with the Barton team in the se ries being played for the state cham pionship. After losing by erne point at Greensboro local golfers feel that they musV put forth every energy to win this ,meet. The keen rivalry should make the game interesting. Barre fishermen seem to be having great luck all around. Joseph Weafcr, who returned Thursday from Old Or chajd, together with a number of other Barre people, is reported by them to have established a record for big fish caught by member of Camp Ellis. The first prize w hich ""Mr. Wcafer landed was a huge skate weighing 55 pounds. It required the assistance of two other men to land the fish. His second came as the result of a deep sea fixhing trip on which he hooked a cod which dressed over 22 pounds. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all neighbors and friends for their kindness and thought- fulness during our recent bereavement, Mrs. William Olliver and familv. TALK OF THE TOWN Are you goinjj? Where? adv. A good leather Boston bag for $1-45 at Lander s on Saturday. advv Everybody likes Yum Yum at the fountain at the Rexall store. adv, AH leather goods on sale Saturday at Lander's are new. Just received this week. adv. ' s For all kinds of cement, stone and brick work, call Leel, 53 Pleasant streot, 'phone 270-6. adv. You ean buy a $12 traveling bag of whole grain leather and leather lined for $6.HQ on Saturday at Lander's. adv. W1LL1AMSTOWN Rev. G. R. Akers, past of of the Methodist church, at Ludlow, is passing a lew days with Kev. Frank Oldridge and family. ' . ', ' , ', The listers, Fred R. McAllister. Percy i. .jenoras ana vernon is. fsavery, have RANDOLPH The adventist denomination are about, holding their annual camp meet ing on the Battles meadow.' Numerous tents are there and the people ate ar riving there daily. .Good speakers are advertised and a very profitable time is expected by the members of that faith. Mrs. E. 0. Blanchard, after a several : weeks' stay in Fort Terry, New Lon don, Conn., arrived here' Saturday ac companied by her little granddaughter, Helen Elaine Swett, and Miss Dorothy Butman, who will pass dome time here. Mrs. Swett is in Boston during the stay of Captain Swett at the rifle range at Wakefield, Mass. . W. E. Lamson and family have re turned from Highgate, where they iave been in camp for several' days.', . C. B. Croft, who conducts' a jewelry store in the Stockwell block, has pur chased a stock of goods at Bristol and will close out the same. He recently closed out a stock at Middlebury, which he purchased In the same way; this be- finished the quadrennial appraisal of real estaite and have posted notiecs that they will meet at the oflice of the ing his plan of doing business, town cierK on batumay, the ztitn day or August, to near any persons ag grieved by said appraisal on any of their act s. . Mrs. Mary J. Staples is visiting her sister, Mrs. Carpenter, in Marshfteld. Dr. John G. Morgan and daughter, Louise, of Stowe and friends of the latter from Waterbury Center, were in town i the 16th .and Mrs. Rioxalana Jockow, who has been visiting rela tives here for about three weeks, re turned to Stowe with them. Mss Hazel Harvev, who has been for some weeks employed at the inn, and Miss Violet' Harvey, -who has been employed bv Mrs. Robert Clogtson". have finished their engagements and are at home. Judge of Probate George L. Stow of Chelsea was in town the 18th as one of his regular appointments. Mrs. Otto Edson of, route No. 2 has returned borne after a visit to rela tives in Barre. John Q. Angell, a former pastor of the Methodist church and now preach ing in the state of New York, has )p,tely ( called on friends in town and relatives in Brookfield The coal administration of Vermont has appointed for the local fuel com mittee to serve during the shortage E. W, Tewksbjiry, chairman;. F. H. Jos lyn and R. B. Osha. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Emery have re turned to Washington, D. C, Mr. Em ery having recovered sufficiently to re sume his business as doorkeeper at the main Senate entrance. Mr. Emery came here June 1, after having been ill a monthand since that time has been making an improvement in his health, The Emery house on Highland avenue is closed for the present. A. S, Munro and family have moved to St. Albans this week, where they have secured a tenement in which to do light housekeeping.' ' . Mr. and Mn. James Barttro and two children of Goffstown, N. H., who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Dumas, have one to Burlington for a visit with relatives. j Mr. and Mrs. L, E. Rollo and daugh-1 ter have come to pass three weeks here j with Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Eaton. I SERVICE-SATISFACTION g Sale TO-MIGHTTlie Bi Better get a supply of those -All-Fibre Silk Hose, $1.00 values in slight seconds, at v. 59c Black, Brown, Navy, Gray, Nude Or those pure Silk Hose in black, regular S1.25 ; value, at 79c And don't miss the opportunity to secure that Beauty Lustre yarn, Black, White and colors, sells regular at 25c, at 17c A good assortment of those $2.00 to $3.00 Waists left for to-night at , 98c And you'll have to hurry if you getone of those Ail-Wool Jersey Suits at We have sold over 80 of these Suits -i s . only a few left Ask to see the wonderful Egress Values 55.90 and there are UNION DRY GOODS CO. FRANKLIN SEDAN 4285Q IMMJlp In this direction it you wish to buy bread that is healthful and wholesome, pies and cakes that are 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 The Finest Sedan We Ever At the Lowest Price Vuilt Selling, along with the other Franklin models, at a rate never before equalled in 20 years of success. An enclosed car for all-round family use ' which will out-distance any other make of either enclosed or open car on the road. Touring Car $1950 Touring-Limousine $JI5C Runabout $1900 Demi-Coupe $2100 Demi-Sedan $2250 Coup $2750 Brougham S275C (All prices f. o. b. Syracuse) t Drown Motor Car Co. 160 College St., Burlington, Vt. 46 North Main St., Barre, Vt. Saturday Barg airis Bacon strip, 20c lb, sliced ... 25c Cottage Hams . . , . ... . . . . . . . ... . . . . '. .; 30c Smoked Shoulder, boneless . ....... .1. . ....... 25c Pork Sausage ...................... . . . . ... . . 20c Beef Sausage ................ . . 10c lb., 3 lb. 25c Fowls, per pound . . . . .... ....... ... 38c m Broilers, per pound 48c Veal Pot Roasts ... 20c Fancy Roast Veal . . . . . . , . , . ... . . . . . . 30c-35c Fore quarter, Ntaive Lamb, whole , . . .-. .... . . 24c Legs, Native Lamb, whole . . . . . . . . . .;. . . 38c Western Beef Roast ...... :. V...:... 35c Pork Roast fc 25c. 30. 32c Salt Pork, lb. 15c. 17 lbs. ........... ....... $1.00 Whole Western Beef Butt, 20c Green Pepper, Cucumbers, String Beans, ripe Tomatoes, Lettuce, Golden Bantam Corn, Eating and Pie Apples, Sweet Potatoes. Houghton & Robins e Stew Halts To-day at One-Half Price Dust Coats for your Sunday .trip. The new things in f Fancy Shirts, Knit Ties and Collars. Give us a look. Given Away Dolls Umbrellas Aluminum Ware Blankets I Brooms Groceries Rugs Candy Etc. m SAY Everybody Out! August 26 Barre Post No. 1 0 Sports MarathVn Dashes Water Fights Ladder Climbing Contests Bicycle Races Baseball Games Field Spools N Band Concerts Confetti Etc Buy SERVICE With Tires Tires can be purchased anywhere but SERVICE a vital element in tire sat isfaction can be acquired best at a genuine TIRE SERVICE STATION. We Specialize in Tire Service Lane-Davis Co. Be Prepared to Enjoy Your Motor Trips We have a complete line of Automobile Robes and Accessories. See our Window. .C. W Averill & Co. The Aeroplane Stunts at 1.30 p. m. Frank McWhorter Co.