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A. ESTABLISHED 1889. ; V THE HOMER FITTS CO. THB STOBt WHERE QUALITY COUNTS For a Christmas Gift "Dove" Under-wear An appropriate gift pretty but useful is a dainty gar ment of "DOVE" Lingerie, attractively put up in a neat Christmas box. "The prettiest in years," say the women who have seen our new, holiday stocks, and they generally add "So low prices." .. NIGHT GOWNS, ENVELOPE CHEMISES, :' CAMISOLES,' PAJAMAS UNDERSKIRTS, BLOOMERS VESTS, STEP-INS 50c to $5.50 The soft nainsooks,-batistes and novelty fabrics are beautifully made up with fancy stitchings, embroideries or laces. Garments of crepe de chine and radium silk vary all the way from the strictly tailored to the most feminine of styles, be-ribboned, hand-embroidered and lace trimmed. Come in and make your selection from our new ly replenished Holiday stock. . . .DOVE a garments f beautiful lll-mcfdd inherit ' BARJIE DAILY TIMES I TALK OF THE TOWN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5,, 1922. JALKOFTHETOWN Blueberry Corners traffic cop will keep you moving in Quarry Bank hell Bee. 8. adv. ' . Gordon Owen resumed hid duties at the A. V. Badger & Co. store this morning nfrcr living confined by ill ness to his home on Warren street for the past few days. A special meeting: of Ruth chapter, No. 3, O. E. S.', will be held Wednes day evening, Dec. 6, at 7: 30 o'clock. The deputy grand matron and deputy grand patron will make their official visits and other grand officers are ex pected to be present. Supper to be served by tbe men at 6 o'clock. .TALK OF THE TOWN The youngsters ; will find plenty of tun at iHueberrv turners U. a. is. fair Dec. 8. adv. Dr. E. J. Rogers returned this morn ing to Pittsford, after passitig a short visit at the Washington county : tu berculosis hospital. , Engraved Christmas cards. This is the last week you can place orders for them and receive them for Christmas. Drown's Drug store. adv. ' Norton Lebourveau returned last evening to New York City, where he is employed, after passing a short vis it with relatives in this city. Come to the Baptist sale Wednesday J deft!er from Pleasantville, N. J., re- -'"" ) vn .tuniM home Vogt.rdav after visiting gifts. Ihere wiU be all kind, of fancylfor a ghort time jn t',lig cU t th" home iff hi brother, John C. Wyllie and useful articles, also home-made candy and preserves. Plan to stay to the chicken-pie supper. Menu: Chicken pie and mashed potatoes, ' cranberry sauce, cabbage salad, hot rolls and as- sorted cake, coffee, tea. Price, adults, SOc, children, 2.5c. Served from 5:30 to 7. adv. 'Bxioe' of Mount Vernon place. WILLI AMSTOWN The high school basketball team will play the Jarvis five of Barre Wednes day, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p. m. at the town hall. ,rrienas in v iniamstown and vicin ity: When subscribing for papers and magazines, why not hand the subsrrip tion to some town agent to send for you, holding some of your money in town I Any agent cuu get all nia'ga iines that you want at publishers' prices, and publishers are iircim? that We are in a better position tl)is done- Mattie and Belle Kubin- to care for your batterv this m. Maggie, Griffin, turn Drug winter than ever before. I " s ' , . ! A regular meeting of Williamstown Ve have a battery man grange, Xo. 81, will be held Wednes Who devotes all Of Jus time to laT evening at 8 o'clock. The third anu iourcn aegrees win te eonierrea. A good attendance is desired. The Weather. Cloudy to-night s probably snow in Maine; colder in New Hampshire and Vermont to-night; Wednesday fair and nurh colder; fresh to strong east and southeast winds, shifting to west. i TALK OF THE TOWN x rniversalisf fair Dec. 6 and 7. adv. Splendid values in junior coats at Morses, Montpencr.-auv. . See the values in millinery. Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. adv. Joseph Calderara, left yesterday for Italy, where ho plans to -remain in definitely. . Goddard concert and dance, Quarry Bank hall, Wednesday, Dec. 6; Jacob's orchestra. adv. A. H. , Temple of the Union Dry Goods company is passing a short bus iness visit mBoston. , Arthur' L. Bilodeau has returned to this city, after a short visit with rela Uvea in Williamstown. . Joseph Persons has returned to his home in Worth Montpeiier, alter pass ing a few days in the city. ; William Wyllie and Arthur LePage of this city leave this afternoon for Bradford, where they have securea em ployment. V John Moll of Berlin street returned yesterday to Dartmouth college to re sume his studies,- after passing a few days at hi home. . , .- Mrs. Robert O'Neil of White River Junction is passing a short visit at the homo of her aunt, Mrs. Joseph Letour heau, of Graniteville. Arthur Whitcomb of Manchester, N. H.,. ha returned home, after a short visit at the home of Albert Bilodeau on South Main street. Your chance to save money. All thermos bottles sold at the old price as long as they last. These make ideal : Christmas gifts. Drown s Drug store, adv. Have your neavy rubber footwear vulcanized now and be prepared for the season ahead. Work guaranteed to stay. J. J. Hastings, 371 North Main street. adv. Claa ladies! Please note change in hall and date of meeting. The next regular meeting will be held in the K. of P. hall, Blanchard' block, Monday evening, Dec. 11, at 7:15 o'clock. adv. For sale! Christmas trees delivered from two- and one-half feet tall to seven feet, from 50c to $2; special prices on large sizes; send order by mail to Sibley farm, Barre City. adv. Floyd Gerrard, who has been pass ing the Thanksgiving recess at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gerrard of Beacon street, has returned to Bowdoin college, Bruns wick, Me. ' The regular missionary meeting of the woman's association of tbe Con gregational church will be held in the church parlor Wednesday1 at 2:30 p. m. Subject, "India." Leader, Mrs. F. D. Ladd. The best place to take your -battery is to the battery 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. D. J. Morse of Montpeiier has a line of exceptional coat values. adv. For plumbing and heating call James McLeou, 123 Orange stroet. Tel. 823-W. adv. Wendell Drown, has returned to the city aftef" a week-end visit in Bur lington. ;r v , ' - ' Do your Christmas shopping at the Universalist fair, which opens Wednes day at 3 p. m. Fred Murray of ,, Milton arrived in the city yesterday for a few days' business visit. j . . .V. , . W. E. Richard of Richmond was in the city yesterday and to-day on a business visit. Harry Rosciiburg of Springfield, Mass., arrived in the city yesterday on a few days' business visit. , Mrs. Dora Aldrich returned . to-day from Boston, where she has been, pass ing a few days' business visit. .. j' George Cassavant of Mount As sumption, N. Y., U passing a short visit with relatives and friends in this city and Graniteville. A handy man: Do you need one for odd jobs in carpentering, mending and painting! u so telephone F. E. Skin ner, 206-W, Barre, adv. Miss Mary Tomasi of North Main street has returned to Waterbury, Conn., where she is employed as "a teacher in the public schools. ' A Christmas' gift of a Sheaffer cold pen or pencil at " the new low . price makes a wonderful present. See our display. Drown's Drug store. adv. We will cjll for your, battery and put it in winter storage Expert at tention at reasonable price Kelly & Nelson, Main street raraw. Tel. 770. adv. , Frank Cassiva has resumed his du ties baggageman on the morning trains after passing two weeks with relatives and friends in Chaniplain, N. Y. - PLAINFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Erl Whitcomb of Barre were in town Saturday. , Dr. and Mrs. Wheeler and daughter and Miss G. Hooker were callers in Northfield Wednesday. ' Karl Richardson was in Montpeiier Friduy., I Mrst T. II. Bartlett'and Mrs. Alice Whitcomb were in Barre one day last week. ,,' , ; . Mrs. Lloyd Minott of Montpeiier was in town Saturday to attend the t'u 'neraljf Mrs. Martha Hatch. There will be a whist party Friday j evening in yie Odd fellows' hall.--adv. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Aiken of Or ange spent the end of the week in town with relatives." " The' funeral of Mrs. Martha Heath wrs held at the Methodist church Sat mJnv forenoon. Rev. A. W. Hewitt ofli- ciatin. The bearers were E. J. Colby; Alson Smith, George Benjamin and C. P. Kellogg, with burial in the Ea'ton cemetery at Marshfleld. Her son, I'rof, Harley Heath of iawrenceville, N. J., and her daughter, Mrs. May Smith, and her daughters of Bellows Fulls accom panied the remains here from Bellows Tails, Charles Stoddard and family . of North Montpeiier, Mr, and Mrs. L, C. Uauimett ' of East Montpeiier were guests at the Stoddard-Chaae home for llianksgiving. ; . ' y Miss Vivian Russell returned from Ipswich, Mass., Saturday,' after a week's vacation from her duties in the junior high school. Miss Ruth Xagrow, who spent a week's vacation at her home in Canaan, from her school duties, has returned. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Townsend visited mmm wm (stops ca SERVICE SATISFACTION New Piiiniiiiitly IBtonnses s in attractive silver holly boxes make most acceptable gifts. This new lot we have just opened, fresh from the makers, fine tailored; the last word in style, will be surely appreciated. ... And priced so reasonably at $2.50. . Then, there are the . . , Mannidl Maiffle WaiiisQs of finest Limities trimmed with real hand made lace and fine drawn work. Several styles to choose from, all at $3.50. i UNION DRY GOODS CO. J Storage their care, with the -best charj ing and testing instruments that money can buy. Let us call for your battery and care for it during the win ter. . , The price is right. Harvey & Mower EAST MONTPEL1ER Yes, the date for the event is Doc. 8; place, East Montpeiier; music, fsrec, promenade all for 25c, children 15c. Sandwiches and coffee. 15c ; cuke and ice cream, 15c. The Success club will also sell fancy articles. Cine and help arid enjoy the children. adv. . Maccabees, attention I Regular meet ing of Harmon review, No. 1, Wednes day evening at 7:30. Election of ofli cers. All those owing dues are request ed to pay same at this time. Collector wilJ be at hall at 6:30. Regular meeting of Col. J. B. Mead circle, No. 1, Ladies of the G. A. R., will be held in Auxiliary hall. Worth -en block, Friday, Dec. 8, at 2 o'clock. Elect iort of officers. Let every mem ber make an effort to,be present. f Yes, the date for the event is Dec 8; place, Last Montpeiier; music, farce, promenade all for 25c, children 15c. Sandwiches and coffee, 15c; cake and ice oream, 15c. The Success club will also sell fancy articles. Come and help and enjoy the children. adv. Ralph Olliver, Leslie Wilson, Chris topher Bjorn, James Biggs, James In gram, William Howie and Paul Gia cherio'were among the Legion men who returned this morning from Northfield, where they entertained last evening with a minstrel show. Thrift club members, attention! Dec. 5 and Dec 6 are the last days on which to complete payments on vour 1022 Thrift club at the Quarry Sav ings Bank & Trust Co. Don't fail to make the final payments, so as to re ceive check for your savings plus in terest of ,2 per cent. adv. Six Years of Rheumatism Cured. Norwood, N. Y, Marc 11, l&Ci To,whom it may concern: I, C harles II. Bowen, of Norwood, X. V., have been in the drug business for the past fifteen years and have wld and taken all kinds of rheumatic cur", but never found one that would cure me until I took the Famous A. J. 1. Rheumatic Cure. Three bottles of it hava cured me completely of rheuma tism of six years' standing. Charles it. Bowen, Ph. C. Your druggist has it. adv. Roy Blais, George Blais, Irvo Mc- Keage and James McKeage left to-day for West Stewartson, N. H., after a business visit to the city of a few days. ' '.'.'.' .. ,Mr. and Mrs. Perley Hasketf re turned yesterday to the city after a short honeymoon to New York. Thoy will make their home, at 54 Welling ton street, Youll find your heart's--, desire at Blueberry Corners, ' whether for after noon tea, food for supper fancywork, aprons, candy or dancing, Quarry Bank hall, a E. S. fair Dee. 8. adv. ' C. II. Martineau of Providence, R. I., contractor manager for Wall-Over and company, accountants, Is passing several days in the city on business connected with the granite industry. ' Batteries should be well taken cae of during the winter. We are prepared to give expert attention at reasonable prices. Tel. 770 and we will call for yours. Kelly & Nelson, Main street ga rage. adv. T. M. Magner of, the Burlington of fice of the Metropolitan Life Insur ance company is passing a business visit in the city, conferring with man ufacturer on the new insurance, sys tem. ' evening, Nov. 29, the following visitors came by auto from Hartland: btate councillor, Jlrs. Clemmie B. Giles; relatives in East MontDelicr Thtirsdnv. I state A. R. secretary, E. H..t,iles; i.va Mr. and Mrs. Sil I..V. Whf ' Pr Stillson. Margaret E. trench, Ella A, i :.. ,.-1 . " . Geonre. Irom Bradford, state vice- . Wtll,lil ( 1 BEDARD GREG0IRE. We are making some very attractive prices on Suits and Overcoats for -Men and Boys during December It will pay you to look them over. The Frank McWhorter Co. At the woman's exchange, 24 Elm street; may be found all kinds of ar ticles for Christina gifts knitted things for babies, dolls accessories, fine needlework of all kinds, table cov ers, doilies and novelties- adv. , E. N. Oliviere of the Burlington branch of the Salvation Army is pass ing a short visit with the local organ ization. "Now that Thanksgiving it over, the army must start organiza tion for its work of bringing Christ mas cheer to many poor homes. Thrift club members, attention! Dee. 5 and Dec. 6 are the last days on which to complete payments on youY 1022 Thrift club at the Quarry Sav ings Bank A. Trust Co. Don't, fail to make the final payments, so as to re ceive check for your savings plus in terest of 2 per cent-r adv. there last week. ' " ""Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson1 of Barre were business visitors in town Saturday. - Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stoddard were business visitors in Montpeiier re cently. ' Walter Loso has gone to Massachu setts for an indefinite - time. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers 'have taken possession of the farnr they re cently bought of the Loso brothers. Miss Ruth Buxton has returned to her school at the Horn of the Moon, East Montpeiier, after a week's vaca tion. Mr. and Mrs. n. C. Holt, Frank Jack son and Miss Irene Colt spent Thurs" day in Montpeiier. Mr. and M"rs. Medose Pelkey visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer, E. Burnham in Marshfleld Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wells and sons of Marshfield were at Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bailaw's recently., ' ( Mrs. Fred Cree has returned from Heaton hospital, Montpeiier, much im proved "in health. Nat Batchelder had., the misfortune to hurt one limb severely Friday and is in Heaton hospital for treatment. - Mr. and Mrs, Everett Chase and son visited in Montpeiier Monday. Mr. and Mr. Mayo Wyman were in Marshfleld Friday to visit her brother, James Loveland, who ia quite ill. Bert Cleveland of Orotori visited sev eral of his friends and their families here last week. Arthur Sanders has finished work for Harley Martin and has gone to Waits field, where he has employment in a lumber camp. . Mrs. Etta Dow and daughter.lMwle line, of Barre were in town last week. Miss Carrie Parker has gone to Mayo Wyman'a to spend the winter. Charles Bones' Went to Lisbon, N. II., Saturday, where he has employment. The regular meeting of the Rebekah lodge will begin at 7:30 o'clock Fri day evening. Nomination of officers. Members please attend. Per order of the N. G. . Owing to church fair Dec. 14. Ivy branire will hold special meeting Thurs day, I)gc 7. Work, third and fourth degrees. At the regular meeting of the Sona and Daughters of Liberty, Wednesday councillor. Mrs. Etta M. Prescott, H. E. Prescott Refreshments were served after which a social time was enjoyed. r Junior High School Notes. , ' Those present with perfect attend ance for the first twelve weeks of school are as follows: Sylvia Dailey, Anna Gokey, Freda Goodridge, Grace Goodridge, Marjorie Ladeau, Eliza beth Page, Dorothy Wheeler, Eva Wil kin, Edward Bartlett, Dean Hill, How ard Hudson and Albert Stoddard. The senior class wishes to thank the people of Plainfield and North Mont peiier for their patronage and co-operation in the loaning of property and personal assistance that was given. Winifred 'Rogus is again attending school, while Pauline LaBree and Irene Grey dropped out. - 'omncii Miss Marjorie Martin returned home Paturdir, after spending, the week in Boston and Providence, R. L James Wise and grandson of Reeds Ferry, N. H., were at Bert Gates' re cently. School closed last Wednesday for the Thanksgiving vacation and Miss Whitman returned . to her home in Newbury. ' ' . ". R. J. Somerville of Concord, N. H... spen Thanksgiving at I. S. Gates.' Mrs. Bertha Goodrich went last Wednesday to Sheffield to visit her mother, Mrs. Snelling. Mr. and Mrs. Clogston, Mr. and Mrs. Cloud were called to Woodsville, Sat urday by . the death of their uncle, .William Lord. Mrs. Angie Wilmot received a severe shaking up when her horse became frightened at an auto on the river road. She was thrown from the wag on and was unconscious for several hours. Aside from cuts and bruises, she is all right. Iso bones were brok en. Stanley Gates of Bradford, N. H., is with his cousin, Bert Gates. Mrs. Amos Powers is ill with the prevailing distemper. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porter have been in Connecticut, visiting Mr. Por ter's sister. , t James McBride of Woodsville has been in town ..on business lately. Websterville People. United in Mar riage at Worcester, Mass. verware, linen and a purse oL money. The" bride and groom, leaving soon, after the ceremony, did not ;partici- pate in the festivities held at the Htriiln's hrma after tlifir dpnurtiir. Miss Rena Gregoire, daughter of I They will be at home to receive the Mrs. Eliza Gregoire, was united in : congratulations of their friends after marriage to Walter Bedard, son of ' Deo. 15 t 2 Sigd street. Being for- Mrs. Dlia HpdrH. on Thant.oHvin ! ul uom u.iue nu day, Nov. 30, in Worcester, Mass. The double ring ceremony was used.; Fred erick Gregoire, brother of the bride, and Miss Cassvia, cousin of the groom, acted as best man and bridesmaid. The bride, attired in a white can ton crepe, wearing a veil caught with orange blossoms, was accompanied to the church by the bridesmaid, wearing becoming dress of midnight blue with hat to match. The bride's gift'to the bridesmaid; groom ' will friendship. many tokens, of Cut This Out It Is Worh Money. Cut out this slip.. enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foleys Honey and Tar Compound for coughs, cold! and croup j Foley Kidney Pills for pains in sides and back; rheu matism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets. was a gold rosary and the groom's I a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing gift to the best man was a pair of (cathartic for constipation, biliousness, gom cun iinKs. j ne young couple re- j JieaUaclies, and sluggish bowels. Sold ceived- many presents, including sil-j every where. adv., a Three times day the food you need. ".Z. CITYB1KERY MALT BREAD I liipi ) ' TTV. 1 t rtwm " " il l I IVORY in The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Novelty Blouses Make Ideal Christinas Gifts Novelty fabrics of diverging appeal, characterize the mode for.Blouses, Overblouses or Printed Can ton Crepes and Roshanara Crepes predominate, and the harmonious shading of their, deigns make them suitable for almost any suit. Short kimona sleeves are used and long flowing sleeves fitted in to a narrow cuff are noted. Many . plain colors in the popular Jacquette style, This Bloufp is also featured in the new Matelasse fabric. Prices from $5.00 to $11.50. The Mrs, Shepard Co., Inc. VALUE ALREADY UNDERSTOOD-A Fountain! Peim High up in the estimation of gift givers is the Fountain Pen. It is a possession rare to many but favored by everybody. Give a Fountain Pen 7 and you will give a gift that wll be apprecated. See our line of popular pens, America's best makes, plain and highly ornamented, and all of which make most excellent gifts. Prices are very fair. $2.50 up to $16.00. See our window. . s Drown'c Drug Store Tel. 630-631. T Select your Christmas Ivory now, while our stock is complete in plaj'n and decorated patterns ,Combs 39c-S1.65 Brushes S2.25-S5.50 Mirrors S3.50-S8.50 Jewel Boxes Glove Boxes The Red Cross Pharmacy He Slore That Appreciates Yoir Trade . - Bring In Your Keys AND TRY THE LOCK. SOME ONE HAS THE KEY THAT WILL OPEN IT. C. W. Averill & Co. Tnt 7VfAfCffSTft rroR, J r.