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DAILY TIMES, BAltKE, yiy .WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1922. llQl ESTABLISH ED"1886 'ThVsTORE WHERE Q.UALJTY COUNTS eaves from 32shioffivall9lotebook It's a great occasion when the new Fall Apparel starts arriving. That's what is happening now, and what we want you to know about and to see if you please. These advance garments are very exclusive ones that . authentically portray the season's new style trend, its flare for the straight-line silhouette, for the Moused back, the panelled sides, the beaded front, the fur trimmed coat and originalities far too many to mention. , : ,V New Fall Suits The long-coat Suit we have heard so much about still holds sway. These are as straight and as slim m silhouette as the smartest mode could desire. .In the simplf beauty of line they are expertly ex ecuted, and the superiority of their tailoring instantly apparent. Fashioned of oHnwpnd and Tricotine. $35.00 to $49.50 - New Fall Coats Specially noteworthy are the first Coats of Fall for women and misses. Soft and warm are the materials like Ormadale and Normaglow in the new brown and other sea sonable shades. Designed on straight, comfortable lines. Yet achieving a luxurioys wrappy effect is the beauty se cret of these new Fall Coats. $21.50 to $52.50 y The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop Luxuriously Beautiful Coats and Wraps Indescribably beautiful are Coats and Wraps. Luxuriously large sleeves, many in Mandarin style, and huge collars of gorgeously contrasted fur fea ture Coats.' ' Materials are Velverette, Normandie, Bolvia, Arabella and Velour. We would recommend an examination of these Garments now, when the collection is so complete. 25 per cent discount on all Silk Sweaters. These include Slip-ons and Tuxedo style. ' The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. GRAMTEVILLE Save tOur Time and Your Money Station-to-station toll service is .the fastest toll service. ' It costs less and is very satis factory. - Telephone users prove it 100,000 times a day. Are you one? If not, ask us to explain the econo mv of station-to-station toll service. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY i ' J. H. GOWDRY, Manafier. i MUft' Katie Morrison left for East Hardwiek Testerdav. where she will teach school. Alex. Kwen, who it employed in Bee be, P. Q., spent the week end at his home. Mios Helen Carey went to Barre, Mas., yesterday, where she will be em ploved in the public m'hools. Hjr. and Mrs. B. Htr.patriic and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fitzpatrick of Keeseville, S. Y.. were guests at D. B. B van's over the holiday. Miss Dorothy Mcbeod returned to Springfield, Mass., yesterday, after spending two weeks with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McLeod, on Fearl street. M. J. McLeod spent the week end in Canada, having motored there with his eorr, W. H, McLeod, of Barra. Edward Alexander of Barre was a week-end visitor at Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Riley's. . . Mr. and Mrs. John Smith returned to their home on Cassis street Satur day, after spending the summer with relatives is Canada. . Mr. and Mrs. William McLeay and five children and their brother, Gard ner MrLeay, of -Claremont, N. H., were renewing acquaintances here Sunday. , Misa Mabel Campbell, who is teach- big in Corinth, spent the week end at her home. John Campbell, John Mclnnes and Arthur Ixmgchamp motored here from Glen Falls, X. V., to spend the hoi- j iday. j , Miss Bess Hammett of South Barre ; was a guest of Mrs. Angus Graham Sundar. ' v I William Geake, George Melvin and Robert Dalglish, all of whom are em ployed in Beebe, P. Q., spent riunday at their respective homes. Adelard Rousse has employment in Groton. L. L. Maclver of Hartford, Conn., ar rived here Sunday morning and will stay until after the Watnon-Maclver nuptials. Mis Violet Furey and her brother, Harold, of Hartford, Conn., are visit ing .relatives here. Rot MacLeod and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Murdo McLeod, returned home from Brattleboro Friday, having spent two weeks there with John McLeod. Mr. and Mrs. E. X. Aldrich. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aldrith returned home lat evening from Springfield, Mis where they spent Labor day with relative. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aldrich returned home to-day from Springfield, Mass., where they motored Saturday to vii.it relative. Misa Mary MacDonsld returned to Xew York City to resume her work, after spending a month here with rel atives. Everybody out to the field dav at ' . P. flurgin farm, Groton. road, on Thursday. adv. For plumbing and heating, rail James McLeod, 123 Orange street. Tel. 823-W. adv. BARRE DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1922. ? The Weather Tartly cloudy to-night and Thurs day, probably showers in northern New Hampshire and northern Vermont j cooler in extreme southeastern Maine to-night; moderate north to - east winds. TALK OF THE TOWN ' Suit or overcoat, $30, all virgin wool. This is making thirty dollars talk like sixty. Royal Tailor Man. adv. Mrs. Birnie has returned from the millinery markets and will show a large selection of the latest fall hats. Inspection invited. adv. Cement walks, cellars cemented and all Wjids of cement work done. C'nim neys rebuilt. Call Leel, 53 Pleasant street. -Tel, 27fl 6. adv. Richard White returned to South Peacham yesterday after passing the week end and holiday at the home of his parents on Newton street. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Scottt and son. Gordon, and Mr. and Mr. A. Ronca and family returned last night from Greensboro pond, where they spent the holiday. ; . " , Misa Mary Milne of Circle street re- turned home yesterday from Xew York and Xew Jersey, where she has been passing a two weeks' vacation from duties at the offices of the Waldron Shield company. . . ' TALK OF THE TOWN Everybody out' to the field day at W. P. Burgin farm, Groton road, on Thursday. advv Miss Mary Rizzi ha resumed her duties at the offices of y Ward Carver, after a 10 days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. Welch of Whitin ville, Mass., were visitors in the city yesterday, ' , The guests are coming. You are sure of your dinner, but a wee bit worried about the dessert, Flavor it with Ba ker' vanilla and your worries will be ovy. adv. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rock wood and family and Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Xelson and family of this city returned home yesterday -from Highgate, where they Lave been passing a short vacation. A western physician discovered Hem Roid, a harmless pile remedv. In many rase of years' standing all distress quickly disappeared. We sell it with money-back guarantee. E, A. Drown & Co.dv. Miss Evelyn Phelps, who 'has been passing a month's visit at the home of her father H. A. Phelps, of Academy street, left last evening for Greens boro N. C, where she is engaged in veterans' relief work. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Reid of Edge wood have returned to thia city, attar passing a' week with friends and rela tives in Sherbrooke, P. Q. They were accompanied here by Mrs. Reid's moth er, who will make an extended visit .. . . i r..:j l. $ TALK OF THE TOWN F. J. Burke of Bradford was a vis itor in the city yesterday. Mrs. H. W. Will arrived in the city this morning, from Burlington for a visit. . Forrest Carroll of Buffalo, N. Y., is passing a visit with friends and rela tives in this city. , Knights of Columbus! Regular meet ing to-night. Important bumness. Please attend. adv. Miss Katharine Jordan of this city left yesterday for Ware, Mass., where j she has been entrained as a teacher in 1 the high school. t Merle Wheaton and Dorothy Suitor of this city, who have been employed at one of the White mountain hotels during tlie summer, have returned to their homes. " ' ' . Willoughby Scott of Graniteville, who graduated with last year's class at Spaulding and who has been employed for the past few months in Boston, is passing a few days with friends and relatives in this city. Schools all over the country are to be-aeriously handicapped this year by a shortage of hard coal, and Barre is not to escape. Most of the local in stitutions of learning have, a small supply on hand but it is doubtful if it will carry them through the winter. Spaulding school and one or two of the other newer buildings could burn soft coal if necessary, but in other; cases it may be necessary to burn wood if the winter is fcvng and the tie-up in the situation continues. School Outfits for Your Boys SUITS $3.00 and up ODD TROUSERS $1.00 and up CAPS . 50c and up SHIRTS $1.00 and up R LOUSES $1.00 SWEATERS $2.00 ed up See us about them. A8 T'tl '., III J ' - And better bread it doesn't eost more. POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING IEEA TEN SONS Union Dry Goods Co. Service Satisfaction - Showing this week . New Fall and Winter Models in Ladies' and Misses9 Coats " All the new fabrics are shown in these late styles, and yoii are certainly fortunate, if you need a new Coat this Fall for the materials are beautiful and the prices are much less than a year ago Let us show you. . - . .- , :. ' i' Union Dry Goods Company Why the Voters of Vermont Should Cast Their Ballots on Tuesdayr September 12th, for RedllField Proctor For the Republican Nomination for Governor: FIRST He can give the State the best business admin istration. SECOND He is progressive, has faith in Vermont's future and desires to assist in aiding the State and its people to greater and better things. THIRD He hag a knowledge of legislative procedure, having served in both the House and Senate. . FOURTH His knowledge of men, gained through years of active participation in one of the largest employing industries in the State, makes him an experienced ex ecutive. . " FIFTH He has been a student of Vermont affairs for many years. This came naturally, for the Proctor fam ily is of this soil, and here, to their credit, they built the business that stands as a monument to their enterprise and their faith in their native State. SIXTH He has full knowledge of the value of the dol lar, applies this knowledge to the big business in which he is interested, and he would make a like application to the affairs of the state. SEVENTH He would be an executive with whom all members of the legislature could counsel He would be eager' to secure advice. He wouid.be willing to give it whenever desired. EIGHTH He would be a safe governor, practical, per severing, painstaking a real governor from the hour of taking the oath of office till the last sentence of his de parting message is read. ' NINTH He stands for all that can make Vermont bet ter, without endangering the finances of the state, get ting from the dollar the 100 cents return the tax payers are entitled to. TENTH He asks for your " votes, men and women of Vermont, based on his equipment to fill the office of governor to the good and betterment of the state. VOTE FOR Proeto ffoip; (Gowmoi? ON TUESDAY: SEPTEMBER 12 SEDAN ... TU4 rr"J sir "S. & "Now Mother Markets by Motor WOMEN who have never driven cars before, find, to their surprise, that everything about an Overland Sedan is remarkably simple. The driver's seat is comfortable. The gears shift easily. Steering becomes seqpnd nature. Thousands of women who are driving Overland Sedans wonder how they ever got along without them. The Overland makes the fresh produce of the farm as accessible as the corner grocery. Shop- 1 ping, too, becomes a pleasure instead of a hardship.' For real quality, comfort, style and all-round per formance, the Overland Sedan is without question "the greatest motor car value in America." )$$0 SM Bedta . , ... 7oM .MM . 195 Omiiami, A Not Qd liinjnm. Nw tk Create AatvmafciU Varus hi Amuriem H. F. Cutler & Son, Opposite Fire Station. Tel 750 Rules and Regulations governing the presentation of the - AM Steel : ReifrigeratoF in connection with our White Enunel Ware Sals The Mysterious Key No one will be allowed to try their keys in the lock ; until all the keys have been given out. After all keys have been passed out notices will be posted in the store, and all holders of keys "Rill be given 20 days in which to try their keys in the lock. The Mysterious key that unlocks the lock must perfectly match the duplicate TWIN MAS TER KEY which has been securely deposited in safe keeping" for comparison at the proper time.: The Mysterious Key entitles trie holder to the White Enamel Refrigerator SALE NOW ON. . ; C. W. Averill & Co. tmc TVrVCfSUA'troi 1 O. CITY BAKERY I W r s - i- - . 1 I m m A m mm mm a mm -a m. 0"he , MALT tSKLAU Frank McWhorter Co.