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TilE -.UAiUwT UAlix .. 'ilAiiW iiAilllE, Yi SAx UADAV, NOVKMBKK 23,", 1922.
ESTABLISH ED 188 6f .TOE' TME 'STORE WH ER E QUALITY COUNTS With the Coming of Thanksgiving You'll Find "Every Coat Need Here Now is the lime to buy a Winter Coat. , The cold weather is here and a good, warm coat becomes a necessity in every wardrobe. Such remarkable quali fies as our Garment Department offers you at this time, should proye an incentive for immediate sele tion. You-can choose from ' J 1 H-r - ( Plush Coats Wrappy Coats Fur Trimmed Coats and Mannish Coats The highest standard of workmanship and the best materials procurable are combined with prices that are more than reasonable. $16.50 to $45 BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1922. TALK OF THE TOWN at .Cummings & s The Weather Generally fair and continued cold to niht and' Sunday; strong northwest; winds, T NORTH FAYSTON Christening Service Attended by About 70 People. An affair of considerable ' interest took place in the town hall, North Fayston, on the. evening of Nov. 17, when little Miss Christine Barton Whalloy, daughter of Mr. and Sirs. . Howard W2ialky, was baptized by Rev. Mr. Knap, rector of Christ church, "Montpelier. who porforniM the cera monv irf the presence of about 70 peo ple. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Whalley acted as godfather and godmother. Mrs. -J. I Boycc Bang a very appropriata hymn, "The Story Jesus Taught," and Mrs. Blanche Nelson presided at the organ. , Among the guests from a distance were Mr. Hayford, Mr. Hagey and Mr. Howard, all from Montpolier, who remembered the little one by bringing . toys, candy and toilet articles. A sum of money was alxo presented to tie baby, taken up by collection among tnose present. WATERBURY . Ml The thankoffering for foreign mis slons of the woman's society, held at the parsonage of the Congregational church last Wednesday, wag well at tended and a generous offering was re ceived. The president,. Miss Etta Graves, introduced as the speaker of Ihe afternoon Mrs. II. G. Woodruff of Montpelier, who told in her pleasing way items of interest concerning the meetings of the woman's board at Pittsficld,, whioli she attended. Mrs. VVoodruif brought much of hope and cheer for the missionary work. Deli cious refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. .friiice. TALK OF THE TOWN Miss Marione Lock of Wilder u with her sister, Mrs. FauT Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will also entertain over Thanksgiving Mrs. Wallace"s par ents, Rev. and Mrs. George 11. Lock of Wilder. Kamoset chocolates in anV assort ment at Cummings & Lewis.' adv. Thanksgiving dance, Williamstown grange hall, Nov. 29. Music by Landi' orciies tra. auv. Firemen's annual concert and dance Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 2t. There is good time guaranteed with cverjr ad luisKivu. auv. Thanksgiving dance at Cobble hill Tuesday, Nov. 28. Landi's orchestra Auto will leave Jones & Hall's at 7:45 and 8:15. adv. What? County fair at Blueberry Corners! W here T yuarry Bank hall When? Dec. 8 all day! Whose J Ruth fchapter, O. E. S. adv. At the Methodist Episcopal church to-morrow Rev. William It. Ili'ssel, pastor, the theme of the morning ser mon will be, "Wholehearted Gratitude." The baby wore a dainty christening Junior league at j-.m ana pwonn ess of cream ' colored cashmere, ! '"" '- ToPic' "Thanksgiving." leaner, tvjn.uiu tvuiutr. r-ivrmiig mrv dress trimmed 1 wifJi lace and pink-ribbon Refreshments, consisting of sand wiches, coffee, cake and ice cream, were served and the remainder of the eve ning was spent in singing and dancing. Everybody had an enjoyable time. PLAINFIELD Services were attended Sunday at the schoolhouse by a large gathering of people, several coming from Montpel ier. Rev. Mr. Knspp, the Episcopal rec tor in Montpelierv4reaulied . Htwirv Nelson has-finished work for .'F. F, Wilder of Waitsfield and has re turned home. Will Nelson, James Griffin, Raymond H'halley and Ervin Boyce were in Waterbury last .Saturday. . Mr. and Mrs. O. Sweet of Cadys Falls visited Mr. Sweet's mother, Mrs. C. J. Nelson, Sunday. " R. Demtmore is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nelsoiu Mrs. Ann Somervllle of Keene. N. H., is a visitor, at tne Home or ner orotner, John Hoffman. loe at 7 :(; subject, J lie m of in gratitude." ; At the Congregational church, Rev. Join C. Prince, minister, will have for the subject of his Thanksgiving ser mon, "The Spirit of Gratitude." Talk to the children, "How Jewels Are Made." There will be special music, 'among which will be a solo by Mrs. Kathleen LeIIaron Luce, A City Be yond tJie Stars," arranged by (eorgo IL Wilder. Christian Endeavor serv ice at 8 p. m.; subject, Leader, Miss Belle Johnson. At 7 o'clock the meeting under the auspices of the mmi club, having for its speak er Dr. Charles Dalton of Burlington, secretary of the state board of health. J)r. Dalton will bring a strong message It will also be an open forum. He will be clad of questions and an inter esting meeting is expected. The men's chorus will sing and Handel's Lanro for violins will be rendered by Mvron Graves and IJarl Graves. A number from here attended the funeral of Nelson Vs-Mar in Barre yesterday and several others wJio could Friday of last week Mrs. Myrtie Parks went to Ldtfewater to spend few davs at the Parks cottage. Satur day afternoon, when Ryland Parks, who h&ff been on the jury at Montpel ier, arrived at the Edgewater station, he was pleasantly surprised by a num ber of local friends, also Dr. and Mrs Hartford of Galesburg, 111., (Mrs. Hart ford was Miss Besiie Cobiirn, a for mer high school teacher here) and her two brothers, Manley and Fred Coburn of Hardwickj Miss Blunche Batchel der of Roslindale, Mass., Misa Florence Page of Jamaica Plain, Mas., and I Walter Gokey of Barre. Mrs. Parks served a bountiful dinner, which all enjoyed. j Mr. and Mrs. A."G. Cutler of nigh street left here Wednesday to spend Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sparer and twOjIlot go t,en wont up thc preceding ,uv grandchildren. Mark and Marguerite, were in town Sunday, Milford Gcamlfit'ld was in Midlrsex Tuesday on business. Mrs. Eocene Griffin and son, James, were in Waitsfield Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Perkins of Waitsfield were visitors in town Kun-day. . Exhausted from Grippe Cough. La grippe coughs rack and tear the sufferer to a state of exhaustion. "Would get completely exhausted from violent grippe coughs," writes R. G. Collins, Barnegat, N. J. "Tried FoieyS Honey and Tar and the rough ceased entirely." , Used by three generations for eongh. rolds and croup, throat, chert and bronchial irritation, Foley's Honey and Tar has stood the test of time. Contains no opiates ingredients printed on the wrapper. Largest sell ing rouph medicine in the world. Sold everywhere. adv. to see Mrs. Vassar. EAST BRAINTREE hi t tI t,w't i imiiKsgM mg. the winter in California, going by way of Colorado Springs. They will visit the principal cities on the way and ex- Eect to arrive the last of December f5i o Angeles. Mm. E. W. Stone' and Mm. Arthur Bollea were in East Ryegate and Woodsville Monday. . Mrs. Carrie Pike was in Bellows Falls Wednesday. George Benjamin was in Groton on business Monday. Frank Leavitt and family have moved into the Sanborn house. " E. J. Colby ha received word from Spokane, Wach., of the death of hi brother, Clarence E. Colby, who went west over 40 years ago. Mrs. May Smith returned to her home in Bellows Falls Monday. Edwin Bond is going to spend the winter with Mrs. Emma Cutler and help with the chores. Mrs. Esther Gault wag in Bellows Falls Wednesday to accompany Mr. Martha Heath, who has entered the hospital there for care and treatment. Mr. Smith, her daughter, has employ. TALK OF THE TOWN Victor ""recordo at Cummings A Lewis.' adv. , Charles Ordway of Tunbridge was a visitor in the city yesterday. See the values in millinery. Airs. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. adv. Look for Christmas gifts at woman's exchange, 24 Elm street. adv. The Tourist club will meet with Mrs. J. Ward (iirver Monday at 2:30. George CruioksWnk- left, yesterda for Montreal, where he is employed For cement and brick work call Lee 63 Pleasant street, 'phone 276-6. adv, Whiting's stationery for Clirlstma on display at Cummings & Lewis.' adv. Listen! Your comical country cous ins will meet you at Blueberry Corners Dec. 8. adv. Joseph Parker of Washington street left yesterday on a short business tn to Burlington. Thanksgiving dunce, Williamstown grange hall, Nov. 29. Music by Landi'i orchestra. adv. ' V I Mrs. Frank Mara arrived in the city to-day from Portland, Me., where she has been vijsipfig. O. II. Leaman, a retail monument dealer from Montclair, N. J., is a buii nesa visitor in the city. ' D. J. Morse, Montpelier, has just re turned from market with some unus ual coat values. adv. Public dance every Saturday night Quarry Bank hall; Carroll orchestra Special car after dance. adv. Window ventilators, fresh air with out dust, snow, rain or germs. Sadlier, outfitter, 10 Keith avenue. adv. JLon t fail to attend the rummags sale field by the Salvation Army Sat urday at 0 a. m. at 73 North Main street. adv. Thanksgiving dance at Cobble hill Tuesday, Nov. 28. Landi's orchestra Auto will leave Jones A Hall's at 7:4') and 8:15. adv. EverybodyWiut for a good time Fri day, Dec. I, at the concert and dunce by the Goddard glee club at South Barre grange hall. adv. If a pile sufferer, don't' become de spondent try Dr. Leonhardt's Hcm Roid, a harmless tablet that is guar anteed to quickly banish all misery or money refunded. E. A. Drown . adv. The firemen's annual concert and dance will be held in Quarry Bank hall Wednesday evening, Nov. 29. Car roll's orchestra, eight pieces. Concert 8 to 9; dancing 9 to 1. Refreshments. adv. Victor records To.,,!.,' at,. For good dress valuis see Morse's line at Montpelier. adv. Sea I, "Be u goin ter Blueberry Cor ners Dee. 8?" Sc u, "I be, u bet!" adv. Thanksgiving dance. Williamstown grange hall, Nov. 2!l. Music by Landi' orchestra. adv. The funeral of William' Ducharme will bo held at St. Monica's church on Monday at' 0 a. ru. Cork linoleum, Gold Seal, -ru!s and piece goods. Special prices. Sadlier, outfitter. 10 Keith avenue. adv. J. E. Plunkett, wlio is employed in this district, left to-dajr for Nofthfleld to pass the Veek end at his home. I Thanksgiving dance at Cobble hill yl Tuesday, ov. 28. Landi's orchestra. Auto will leave Jones & Hall's at 7:15 and 8:15. adv, ' A handy man: Do you need one for odd jobs in carpentering, mending and painting? If so telephone F. E. Skin ner, 200-W, Barre. adv. ' 'We will call for your battery and put it in winter. Rtorage. Expert at tention at reasonable pricca Kelly A, Nelson, Main street garage, Tel. 770. adv. ' ,, .. v , '. Youngsters all over the city were enjoying excellent coasting yesterday, the frozen nature of the ground hold ing the snow and making it pack easily into a smooth alide. The firemen's annual concert and dance will be held in Quarry Bank hall Wednesday evening; Nov. 20. Car- rolls orcnestra, eight pieces. Concert 8 to 9; dancing 9 to 1. Refreshments. adv. UNION BUY ;GOPS:CO, v SERVICE SATISFACTION V The best place to take your battery is to the batterf" specialists. They al ready have over a hundred batteries and that shows that everybody likes the work done at Oliver's Battery sta tion. adv. ' Regular meeting lumpers, boxers and derrickmen, branch No. 50, in Forest ers' ball, Worthen block. Monday eve ning, Nov. 27, at 7:30 o'clock. lit ev ery member be present. Per order El mer j. Clark, Ur. Sec. "Sociological not theological." is the way one man described "The Inside of the Cup," which may be seen at the Lniversalist church Sunday evening. une way out of a preent-day difflcu,! V' Offering Exceptional Values on Seasonable Merchandise ir:-: -rvri South Barre grange held its regular meeting Thursday evening, which was largely attended. The first and second degrees were conferred on a large class. After a fine program there was a social hour and a buffet lunch was served. Members of the Greenwood Racauct club to the number of about 25, with ered last evening at the home of Miss Marguerite Currier, East street, to ten der a birthday party to Miss Dorothea anearn, a member of the club. Refresh ments of ice cream, cake and candy were served and a very enjoyable eve ning passed. 17c 1.75 19c 25c .-.Vi.49c .79c 1.65 1.93 19e 00 .0, Special Thanksgiving sale commenc ing to-day. Strietly fresh circs, per doz., 85c; pure Jersey milk, per qt., 10c; pure cream, per qt., 4ic; cran berries, per qt., 15c. two qts. for 25c; weet potatoes, 10 ls. for 25c; o. -1 fancy English walnuts, just arrived, 1922 crop, per lb., 35e. All other Eroods at the Mime low prices at J. A. Field's store, 125 Washington street. adv. Oscar W. Emery of East Montpelier was brought into city court vaaterdav afternoon on a rharge of operating a car while under the influence of intoxi cating liquors. Inspector O'Brien of i the secretary of slate's office roade the arrest. It is alleged that Emery and companion tried to turn the corner from Summer atreef onto Addison place too short and tore dewn a ec- tion of fence at the home of Rev. P, M. McKenna. The offence was com mitted about 11 o'clock Thursday eve- img. r.uieijr jueauea jruniy to me harge brought atrainst him and was fined f50 and coat of $7.03 which he paid. 40 inch L0CKW00D COTTON at, yd............... LONG CLOTH, worth 25c 10 yard pieces at . . . 27 inch Best 25c GINGHAMS at,.,.-.,..,,..,. ...... .... , Large BATH TOWELS; 35c quality, at each . . . ... . . . . 75c BLEACHED MERCERIZED DAMASK at, yard $1.00 BLEACHED MERCERIZED DAMASK at, yard . . .... . . . $1.95 DAMASK, 72 inches, fine quality,at ................ ....... 72. inch PURE LINEN DAMASK -a big value at , . . . . . . ; . .... . . .. ..... . PURE LINEN CRASH, unbleached, at yd . ; . . . . . . . ; . . '. . . t . . ...... SILK UMBRELLAS, fancy handles all colors, at .'. . . Another lot of those DOUBLE BLANKETS 60x76, a pair, . . ... .... . . .1.98 A $5.00 SATIN BED SPREAD, 78xSS on sale at ...... ............... 3.93 A SATIN BEp SPREAD; 80x90 value $7.50, at . . . .5.00 2 Doz COMFORTERS good size special at 2.40 : NEW LOT OF THE PRETTIEST HAND MADE -WAISTS tnade of fine dimity, trimmed with real hand made lace. A number of differ entstyles and each one a beauty. We havent seen1 any as good at $5.00 These are priced at ........... ...k.. . .$3.50 Several lines of Christmas Gifts are now on display, including HAND KERCHIEFS, TOWEL SETS, BATH RUGS, FANCY APRONS,' BAS KETS, CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. -. : 'And Remember the COAT SALE is still on, wonderful vaJues2 two special prices . ... $19.75 and $25.00 You can save several dollars by selecting your coat now. - UNION DRY. GOODS- CO. Silver offering. adv, Members of the Montpelier Woman's club will present a play, "The Major's Mistake," and Miss Louise Theriaulf. will dance Mendelssohn' Spring Song, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. K. L. leaves, at the Thankscrivinir ball in Montpelier city hall Thursday, Nov. 30. Oincert tickets, 25c. Reserved seats . 50c. Dance tickets. H1.25. Ti.k-..t Bn on sale Tuesday at 7 D. m. at Km. well's. adv. Mrs. Hannah Flag Jia gone to Rem to spend the winter with relatives. Her daughter, Miss Gertrude Batchelder, has gone to Atlantic City, X. J., where she haa employment. L. F. and David Abel were in Bridge water Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Thaver have ciowd tneir cottage Here and gone to nient at the-hospital. Miss Gladys Hyrer is ill with indigee tion. " lira. Albina Wakeneld has pone to live witJi her daughter, Mrs. R. (;. Mann. The house known as the Steams riutchinson house will be sold at auc tion Nov. 28. - - Delicious hot. chocolate with whipped cream at Cumniltrjr & Lewis.' adv. Whist party in D. of L. hall Tues day evening, Nov. 28. adv. . Public Notice, lam told that there i a rumor cur. rent that my wife urged me to bo to work on th American plan, this being! abkoiuteiy laise, as I went to work of my own free will and accord. John Gall. Granitevillc, Vt. Young- Men's Suits We arc showing some suits from $15.00 to. $25.00 that are exceptional values. Can we show them to vou? Tlie Frank McWhorter Co. Three times a day the food you need. . CITyBAKERYN IliXrl MALTBREAD 31 Fruit and Candy The Largest Stock in the City FRUIT ORANGES Morula Iweets, dor ..40c to 70c Lalifomia s, doi 50c to 70c TANGERINES iozen GRAPEFRUIT 3 for 25c; 2 for 25c Largest size, each 15c LEMONS I 60s BANANAS Io 30C, 40c, 5oC APPLES Hoi! 30c, 40c, Joe MELONS v Honey Dew and Casaba at low priees. GRAPES Malaga, Tokay and Corinthiana, I1" 1& 25C NUTS New, fresh 1922. crop, all rari- ti". lb 23c up to 50c SPIXlAt MUM Nuts, per! lb 15c: 2 lba. 25c EXTRA Jumbo Roasted Pea nuts, prr qt 13j Yin. !( and (.luster Kaisint at low prirea. CRANBERRIES A ' 15c QVNDY - lVahut BSttcr Kisses, lb 25c Molaseee hi. D 21c (anada Peppermints, H 25c Jumbo Salted Peanut, lb ...39c SrhrafTt'a, Lovell 4 C'oi-el's, Climax and IHggett's CTiondate, in bolk, per H 35e to 80c ria yrmr orders now for Fnnr PleU of Fruit for Thaokigi Barre Fruit Store GEORGE MAJUAIIL Proj. TeL Work on ' the Legion play, "Dark- town Minstrels," is proeressinar favor ably and by Monday the cast shou'J nave tne entire play to perfection. There will be many amusing incidents in the plot and with "Sammie" Dowers in the part of a village storekeeper the opening act should be a hit. Among other old local favorites who will be present are Paul Giacherio and Ralph Olliver, both clever comedians. James Biggs and Billy Howie are also expect ed to furnish amusement. Amontr the singers who are expected to be pres ent are Mrs. golden, Mrs. Brown and James Bennett. Manager Gatre.'who ia supervising the how. feels that it will be the biggewt hit Barre has ever seen in a local talent show for it is full of life from beirinninsr to end. Tickets are being rapidly sold by mem bers of the cast for exchante at the box office. V , I ITT " L-m-Lx... -TTrr-lJi-LJ .. i ' iri-S.S.-. . -z.J : : - , t a a : - tt TALK QF THE TOWN For plumbing and heating call .Tames McLeod, 12 Orange street. Tel. 823-W. adv. Have your heavy rubber footwear vulcanized, now and be prepared for the aeason ahead. Work guaranteed to stay. J. J.. Hastings, 371 North Main street. adv. Batteries shouldbe well taken eae of during the winter. -We are prepared; to give expert attention at reasonanw prices. Tel. 770 and we will call for your. Kelly at Nelson, Main street ga rage. adv. Rardwick Stage Discontinued. The stage to Hardwick discontinued its trips after Nov. 22. Trips will be resumed again in the spring just as soon as the roads will permit travel. Parties can take train at Montpelier and connect with stage 'for Hardwick at Piainfield. G. Wade Benjamin. adv. overcoat: suit: AS ID The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop With the Approach of Thanksgiving : we wish to call your attention to the excellent val ues in our Millinery, Coat, Suit, Gown and Blouse departments from which you may select your holi day apparel. . . The Mrs, Shepard Co., Inc; We have a large assortment of Men's and Young Men's in the latest Sport Models and a larger variety of pat terns. Our prices on Suits start at $15.00 to $50.00, and on Overcoab $ 20.00 to $40.00. SPECIAL A few more Overcoats at they were $45.00 and $50.00. $18.00 If we have your size they are real bargains. Union Clothing Co. Depot Square, Barre, Vt. I a- Let Us Assist You in Making This An Enjoyable Winter -o 3 This can be done by installing in your home a radio. ' Don't wait until to-morrow as it may be too late, our sets are moving faster every day. A word to our farmer friends: Let the radio keep you in touch with all entertain ments and Jhe latest market reports of your products.. Write for pamphlets and prices. . . We are at your service, come in ;we in vite your inspection. Watch our window for a list of broad casting stations herd from.. Our wiring guaranteed to comply with Fire Underwriters' Regulations. Watch our windows for Football scores by Radio. REYNOLDS & SON BARRE. VT. m a COAL and WOOD We have it We want to move about 49 loads of Dry Mired Round and Second Growth wood at $3.50. This is good wood and when this small lot is gone there will be no more at this price. First come first served. Call us up Thone 430. Calder & Richardson, Depot Sqaafe c 1 - Seasonable Buys This Week ! Horse Blankets Crawf6rd Ranges 1 Auto Robes Heating Stoves . j Axes Hunting Coats I Wood Saws Guns and Ammunition Auto Chains Oil Heaters Cross Chains Lanterns j , C W. Averill & Co. . . - , . "X