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TjL'ii.b iAKiUifDAILY TIMES, BARRE, jVT FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922.
ra ESTABLISH EDf 188 6, S3 paoy. Service Satisfaction Yft'E'STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS as NOW- COMES OUR The Legion Carnival will be the big attraction. Everybody will be here. No one will want to miss the big program prepared for the day. Many visitors will want to do some shopping. There will be plenty of time during the day to buy those Final eduction tmngs you need and want. T , THIS STORE has prepared a list of EXTRAORDINARY SPECIALS for the day. which we know will please the ladies, Note These Items. Make This Store Your Headquarters. IS TT T v TTv Tl Tt HOMER PITTS -'C0. Satanlay, August 26, ike Day R Sale On All Slimmer Apparel This announces the drastic clean-up of all Summer garments, to make room for incoming Autumn' stocks. We must give them the space they deserve. Therefore, we are sacrificing profits, and in many cases losing part of the cost of the goods themselves in-order to clean house. Sale Commences; Friday, Aug. 25 It is a Sale of Real Opportunity---Yours to Make the Most Of L Children's Gingham Dresses i (Sizes 2 to 6 years) Made of genuine Parkhill Gingham, in checks and plain colors ; values up to $3.50. , . Sale Price, $1.49 Women's and Misses' . Sport Skirts Handsome models in Silk, White Serge and Flannel reg ular prices were from $9.98 up to $21.50. Sale Price, $6.98, $7.50, $10.98 ' Women's Silk Overblouses Crepe de Chene, Georgette Crepe and Pussy Willow Taf feta, handsomely trimmed and . embroidered. Regular prices were from $5.50 to $9.98. Sale Price, . $2.98 Women's- Envelope Chemise Made of fine Nainsook and Batiste, lace and embroidery trimmed; regular price $1.23. Sale Price, 79c Women's and Misses' Gingham Dresses Late Summer styles, made of fine imported Ginghams, in colored checks; sizes 16 to 44; regular prices were from $4.50 to $11.50. Sale Price, $1.98, $3.98, $5.98 Children's Gingham Dresses Pretty youthful models in checks, plaids and plain shades ; fine quality and well 'made;, sizes 8 to 16; regular prices were from $2.50 up to $5.98. Sale Price, .' 1.00, 1.50, 1.98, 2.98 Women's, Silk Petticoats A good range of sizes and colors in Taffeta and Silk Jer sey; regular prices were from $4.50 to $6.98. Sale Price, $2.98 and $3.98 House and Dress Aprons Large variety of styles, well made of good quality Gingham and Percale in light and dark patterns; regular prices were from $1.69 to $2.98. Sale Price, S1.00, $1.50, $1.98 .Women's White Skirts Made of fine quality Gaber dine and Poplin. Former prices up to $9.98. Sale Price, $1.98 Women's Night Robes Low neck and short sleeves, made of fine, soft Nainsook with hamburg embroidery; regular price $1.25. Sale Price, ' 79c Women's Wool Sweaters Slip-on and Coat styles in all pure Worsted ; variety of col ors; regular prices were from $7.98 to $12.98. Sale Price, $3.98 and $5.50 Dress Voiles Large assortment of light and dark patterns, fine quality, 40 inches wide; regular prices 49c and 59c. Sale Price, 29c a yard Women's and Misses' Silk Dresses Small lot of Taffeta Silk Dresses in Brown, Navy Blue and Black ; regular prices were . from $14.50 up to $27.50. Sale Price, $9.98 " r VACUUM BOTTLES Another 100 go on sale Saturday at 59c Fancy stripe All-wool PRUNELLA SKIRTS $7.50 value, at $4.95 PURE SILK HOSE In black seamed backs; $1.25 val ue, at , 79c WAISTS Special lot of Cotton Waists, some sport models ; values $2 to $3.00, at 98c LADIES' GAUZE VESTS 25c value, at 17c Best 25c Ginghams at 19c Percales 36-inch light colors and grays. 14c SHEETS 81x90 Good quality ; $2.00 value, at $1.39 SUITS and COATS All at 1 -2 PRICE FIBRE SILK HOSE Black, White and Colors ; slight seconds of $1.00 value, at ,- 59c BLOOMERS Ladies' and Misses' sizes in Pink Jersey. 19c 32-inch Ginghams In assorted Checks, soft finish, 39c value, at 29c WASH SKIRTS of fine White Gabardine; $3.00 val ues, at $1.49 And a hundred other big values for LEGION DAY. , Also see the New Fall Coats. They are here. Uiniion Dry Goods Company BARRE DAILY TIMES FRIDAY AUGUST 25, 1922. TALK OF THE TOWN' ' Fair and warmer Mondav. If you believe it, it's ao. Legion atreet bazaar and carnival to morrow in Barre atreeta. program, firet page. adv. t For all kind of cement, alone and lirick work, call Leel, 53 Pleasant etreet, "phone 27C adr Lon? distam-e and general trucking, furniture a fpecialty. Granite CHt Bottling Worka. TeL 72SM or 74J-V. adv. Regular meet ins of I. O. O. L., M. I'., in K. of P. hall. Kridav at 7 p. m. Re freshment, will be aened after the meeting. i TALK OF THE TOWN You are jroing eotnewhere Iforidar. If you believe it, it' o. adv. For plumhin? and heatinjr. rail Jamea McLeod, 12.1 Orange atreet. Tel. 823-VV. adv. All kinds of Jipht trucking done. Ap ply to .lamp. Glaus, 3 Dix street. Tel. 27H K.adv. Legion atreet bazaar and carnival to morrow in Barre rtreeta. See program, firnt page. adv. Wake op now! Dan 't wait for fold weather. Coal ia acan-e and high; wood enough for everybody at Berlin pond. Standing hardwood $1 per aol id cord; 1 00 -cord kti 50c. Far when wood is taken away; jplenty of team. Will pay $2 a cord to mttera. Call at Tomi'a Caah Market, tel. 254-R. (iood bargain! every day. adv. . The Weather Showera thij afternoon and to night and probably Saturday morning; fol lowed by fair Saturday; cooler Satur- day, except in aouthweatern Maine. Strong, north winda, shifting to north west, and squalls. , TALK OF THE TOWN ' AH granite aheds to re-open next week. If you believe it, it's no. ad. Roomers and boarders wanted at $3.50 a week. If you believe, it, it's ao. adv. A daughter, Mary, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dean H. Perry of 37 Kim atreet at the Faulkner hospital, Bos ton, Aug. 21. A daughter was born Aug. 23 to Mr. and Mrs. M ah Ion Corker of Montpelier, Mr. Corker will be remembered bere as Miss Bemioe Whitwrub. Men: Keep out of the baldheaded class by using Parisian Sage dkily. Mops tailing hair and promotes a lux uriant growth by destroying the per nicious dandruff germs. Ask E. A. Drown.--dv. , A regular meetng of the C. L. union of Barre and vicinity will be held in Carpenters' hall, Worthen block, Fri day evening, Aug. 25, at 7:30 o'clock. I all delegates be present. Per or der secretary. Kntries are requested for events to take place at the atreet bazaar Auc. 8. The following prizes will be given: 300-vard dash, $S, $3, $2; bievcle race. $2, 111 marathon race, $10, t.i. $2: hose contest, $2.); water fight, $23; lad der climbing conteat, $10; the greased pig will be given to the one catching it. All those interested please report to Mr. Wilson, at I-cgion rooms, not later than 0 o'clock Friday night. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Rubbish collections begin Monday. Legioit atreet bazaar and carnival to mrow In Barre street. See program, first page. adv. . An early showing of fall millinery at reduced price at Mrs. Marshall's, 94 North Main street. adv. My Bakery will reopen Friday, Aug. 25, in the new location next to city postoffice, with a f ull line of goods. ad. Cars using force feed lubricating aya-' tem such as will be shown on Velie cars at American Legion bazaar are Hall Scott, Mercedes, Rolls Rovce, Hispano Suiza, Dusenburg and Doma. adv. A carload of valuable black and white beauties, better known a reg istered Holstein-Frieaian cows, were shipped to W. W. Carpenter, owner of the Butterfly farms in Saylesville, R. I., Thursday afternoon. Among the cattle purchased were? nine from the (VI agon farm and five from Meadow farm in Orange. These cattle were sold through the effort of the Central ermont tattle club, whieh consists of many of our progressive farmers. Tuesdav evening, approximately 20 automobiles carried grangers to the home of Mrs. K. K. Hutchinson of Plainfield to a private corn roa-t giv en by tlfem for the members of Cob ble Hill grange. Two huge fires provided the place for roasting the corn, which was furnished for the vis itors in generous quantities. On re turning to the house, dancing was in order, for those who wished to, while cards and other games were played by those not dancing. The guests enjoyed themselve whole heartedly until the time came to say good night to the host and hostess and return home, feeling that a very pleasant evening had been spent. Many thanks are ex pressed to Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson for their generous hospitality in invit ing the grangers to visit them in their new home. TALK OF THE TOWN Coal at the old price, $7 a ton. If you believe it, it'a so. adv. , See the Co. M machine gun in Shea'a shoe store window. adv. A new concrete road between Barre and Montpelier. If you believe it, it'a so. adv. Legion atreet bazaar and carnival to morrow in Barre street. See program, first page. adv. Mr. and Jura. Cbarlea Laclair and Miss Breen have returned home aft er a three week' stay at Old Orchard beach. Thomas Man son and wife of Red bank, X. who have been passing few daya in this city, returned home yesterday. Mr. Manson ii granite retailer in Redbank. Cars using force feed lubricating sys tem such as will be shown on Velie ears at American Legion bazaar are Ha'l rwott, Mercedes, RoIJs-Kovce, Hispano Suiza, Dusenburg and Doms. adv. Presbrteriansl The financial secre tary will be at K. Maorea's store. Pearl street, Saturday evening, from 7 to 8, to receive envelopes and contributions. Kindly give this your attention. adv. One of the most interesting windows to be seen on Main atreet is a window of Blue Bird hair nets, the hair is dis played just s it wa received from China before it is made into nets. Blue Bird hair nets are sold at Drown 's Drug store only, at two for 25c adv. TALK OF THE TOWN The railroad strike is settled at 20 per cent advance. If you believe it, it's so. adv. Legion street bazaar and carnival to morrow in Barre streets. See program, first page. adv. ' Amateur developing and printing. Bring your films her for first class and quick service. Free advice given on picture taking. Shore's Studio. adv. ' Card of Thank. I wish to express ray deepest spore-. ciation to the relatives, friends and -neighbors, the South Barre grange and; the Ladies of the O. A. R-, for the postcards, fruit and beautiful flowers sent me, to the tuirses who gave tns such splendid rare and to Dr. La sell for his kind attention daring my stay at the City hospital. , Mrs. E. C Webster. ' Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all neighbors and friends for their kindness and gener osity during the sickness and deat of our beloved husband and father; atto for the many floral tributes. Mrs. John Marr, Francis Marr, Kathleen Marr Howard Marr, Marion Marr. Fall Styles The first showing of Young Men's Suits, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear. When in town on Saturday give us a look. The Frank McWhorter Co. Given Avay Dolls Umbrellas Aluminum Ware Blankets Brooms Groceries KUS Candy Etc. CITY'S IMA 1 (0 Aeroplane Stunts at 1.30 p. m. Novelty Dancing afternoon and evening in Quarry Bank Hall Music: Carroll'i Orchestra August 26 Barre Post No. 10 Fireworks and Gcnfetti Filit at flight' Sports Marathon Dashes Water Fights Ladder Climbing Contests Bicycle Races Baseball Games Held Sports Band Concerts Etc The Woman! Ready-to-Wear Shop Blew Fall Smite The first Fall garments a woman chooses the last one to lay aside in the Spring. Smart, long coated models, developed in Marleen, veldyne and vehrerette in navy blue, brown taupe and black. Luxurious fur Jrimmings make many of these new Suits very attractive. Sizes 16 to 42. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Be Prepared to Enjoy Your Motor Trips We have a complete line of Automobile Kobes and Accessories. See our Window. .C W Averill & Co. the YArcfSttjrtTot r It