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Silk Jackets and Blouse Jackets!
SILK JACKETS. We have received still another lot cf the above and they are prettier and mor stylish than ever. The prices are only 5.00, 5.50, I6..50, $7.50, 8.75, 9.56 and 10.00. BLOUSE JACKETS. A stylish Jacket made of fine broadcloth and cheviot serge, with the new pouch sleeve and trimmed with taffeta bands and silk ornaments, lined throughout with mercerized satteen. We sell this Jacket for only $600. We have better Jackets at $6.50, ?8. 50 and $io.co each. TALK CF TEE TOWN. PERRY (gL CAMP, 71 and 75 Main Street, Barre, Vermont, inoleums am I Oi Ms "iTrrT -r - . " 'Ar"-Jf -.t 1 va v For honest, active every-day service there is nothing in the way of floor coverings that" compare with the new Cork Carpets and Inlaid Linoleums we are showing just now. We believe that the best is always the cheapest. Try one of these and have something that will wear for years. Regular Linoleums and Oil Cloths shown in a great variety of patterns. Wall Papers, Rcrgs and Carpets are arriving daily. Remember all our goods are brand new. . B. W. HOOKER & CO., Park Block,' Next to City Hall, Barre, Vermont. Famous Ice Cream! Srawkrry with Fresh Fruit ! Pineapple with Fresh Fruit ! Vanilla and Chocolate I . The Barre Candy Kitchen. PARSONS & SKINNER, (Telephone 215-4) 115 South Main Street, Boston Bargain Stoife, Pearl Street, Barre, Vt. C. N. Kenyon & Co. THE SOUTH END MARKET FANCY DAIRY BUTTER, Made from separator cream by four of the best butter-makers in Will iamstown. If you want the best Butter made v can please you. The price is 26 cents per pound. Special price in five-pound lots, 25 cents. Meats, Provisions, Groceries, Vegetables and Fruits of the finest quality always on hand. Barre, Vermont, Stationery and Sundries ! Complete Line of Up-to-date Ideas in Paper by the Pound or Box I Samuel Ward's " BUNKER HILL" Papers and our new FRENCH CAMBRIC " combine good quality, good style and good taste. All the new colors, and the price is only 25 cents per pound or 8 cents per quire. Plain and Decorated Crepe Paper, Napkins, Blank Bocks, etc., etc. 1 NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. j Wise Kin Flour lias Do equal. William Carwu Hit last night fur Con- 1 eoru, .. U, I B. S. McMurray went U lSurlinton to day on a visit. JU-snlar ntPftinj; of F. of A. Thursday evening at l.'.M. Henry House of Williamstown wm in th city today. Abbie Hobonon of Washington, teas in .the city today. The (.oddard Quartette at the Congre gational i-hurc'u tviiight. C. H. ("aiiiibe'l ewct to open bis sa loon tomorrow morniug. W. H. Gale went to Jiichiuond this morning on a business trip. E. Cavieehi returned last night from a business trip to Hard wick. James Lamont of this city, has been en gaged to work at Joe Ossola's. At the meeting of the lied Men last eve ning one application was received. There is to be a meeting of the Knight Templars tomonow evening at 7. .'JO in K. of 1'. ball for drill. A line time is expected for all who at tend the concert at the Congregational church this evening. The officers of the Ladies' Union of the Universal! st church will meet Friday af ternoon at 3 o'clock. A social and concert will be given by the Ladies' Aid society of the Congrega tional church this evening. Mrs. II. V Shores and son Stanley left this morning for several weeks' visit in St. Johnsbury and vicinity. Mrs. I), A. Perry of this city is spend ing a few days at th home of her mother, Mrs. Cronsett, in Montpelier. Mrs. Emaline Evving, who left Barre a shoit time ago under bail, has returned to Montpelier. Montpelier Argus. . Several couples from this city attended the tfanee at East Montpelier last night. Wilder' 8 orchestra furnished music. J. M. Bonnvman left last night for Bur lington on his way to Middlebury to at tend the meeting of the Nobles of the Mys tic Shrine. The Montpelier and Wells Itiver rail road 'directors came into the city this morning on the way to the quarries to in spect the road. William Clark started this morning on his way for Cuba. He will make several stops on his way to New York from which place he sails. Miss Lillian LeClaire returned today from Burlington where she has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. William Gerard, for a few weeks. "Bill"' Ilazelton, formerly a base ball player on the old Barre league team, is this year managing the Gloversville, X. Y., state league team. Sachem William Burns of the Bed Men and U. U. lianney of the Odd Fellows ac companied the remains of John Norrie to Quincy, Mass., last night. Toe Ossola purchased a horse and two seated carryall of II. F. Cutler today and will begin Saturday to run a team from all trains to his hotel on Xorth Main street. .Lewis Brown, who has been bookkeeper forG. I. Bianchi granite company of Mont pelier, has accepted a position as salesman for that firm and left last night for Buffa lo, X. Y. The Ida Heed W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. K. II. Walking Friday after noon at 2.;JO. Let every member be pres ent as plans for the coming convention will be in order. William Foster, train baggage master on the Central Vermont branch road, is tak ing a few days' vacation from his duties. George Spaulding will attend to his duties during his absence. The item in last evening's paper relat ing to a supper in the Universalist church. May 12, was. by mistake, placed in the Barre news when it should have been un der a Williamstown head. Several of the Slniners of this city left this morning for Middlebury to attend a meeting of Shriners. theie. "Among those who went were K. W. Morse, VlrgiiAvers, Dr. C. W. Steele, Dr. J. W. Jackson." The body of John Xorrle, who died suddenly Monday noon in his room in the Otis block, was taken to his former home in Quincy, Mass , on the midnight train last night. by his father who arrival in the city yesterday. James Canning of Montpelier paid a fine of $1 for each of three trout, under six inches in length, and costs of $7 21' into the Montpelier city court yesterday, hav ing pleaded guilty to the charge of having the three trout in' his possession. . Mr. Canning stated that he honestly believed the fish to be of legal length. A. Emslie. the florist, is making ar rangements for a lare store and hot house in this city. C. L. Busjbee is drawing plans for a store, 18x:!(i. and a hot house back of the store 50 feet long. The prospects are that the building will be built on Dr. II. O. Worthen'a lot in the rear of his block on Keith avenue. George Duncan, employed by the Xorth Barre Granite Co., sustained a bad injury yesterday morning while at work holding a bull, set. . A small piece of steel flew from the set into his right wrist. Drs. Camp and Chandler were unsuccessful in locating the steel yesterday. Another ex amination was made last night. A. O. Humphrey and J.. J. Flynn, direc tors of the Barre Montpelier Bower & Traction Co., and V. H. Andrus, supprin tendent, gave testimony yesterday after noon in the mandamus case against the electric railroad. The testimony was for the defence, the plaiutiff's testimony hav ing been given at Montpelier the day be fore. City Attorney Carleton of Montpe lier represented his city and K. A. Hoar represented the railroad. There came near being a serious fire in the B. Tomasi block about six o'clock last evening. A gasoline stove exploded in the bakery but several people w ho were near smothered the flames before much damage was done. A man started to ring in the fire alarm from the box opposite the store but was stopped by a fireman who happen ed to be standing uear the box, seeing that the fire was under control. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. WANTKD A man ami wife to carry on a farm, ciUiiT to rent or to hire the use of house. A verv ilesiralile place, four miles from city, A frirocl set of htiilithiKK ami a nice fruit orrlmrit. Jiitjuire at Times olllce. , bllt WANTKK At once, teamster for six-liorse team. M list 1 pober and reliable. Apply to Barclay Urm. Cltf A. A. SMITH & BRO Hot weather requisites are already in smart demand. Summer Hosiery, Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear Stock, Ties, . Suspenders, Straw Hats, Gloves, . as well as an extensive array of Light Weight Suitings, are now being shown by us at popular prices. . Shoes in the Oxford and High Out styles, in Patent Calf, Velour Calf, Kid and Enamel at prices that are sure to please. M. SMITH .&BR0 Men's Complete Outfitters, Miles' Granite Building, Barre. AT . P. ABBOT! Linger e Waist Season! Every material taken that is cool, comfortable and airy. The warm weather of the last few days, coming so unex pectedly, caused the ladies to take off thrir coats during the middle of the day, and it was the White Waist thit was almost universally worn. We never had a better line of choice Whire Waists than this season. The following are a few hints: Ladies' Fine Muslin Waists, two rows of insertion down front, tucked back and sleeves. Price, $1,00. Ladies" Fine Muslin Waists, hemstitched tucked yoke, in sertion heading, tucked back and sleeves. Price, $1.50. Ladies' Fine Muslin Waists, tucked down front, tucked back and sleeves, trimmed with medallions. Price, $1.87. Ladies' Fancy Embroidered Pattern Front, tucked, hem stitched back and sleeves. Price, $2.50. Ladies' Fine Muslin Allover Pattern Front, hemstitched back and sleeves. Price, $3.25. LadiSs' Fine Linen Waists, with cluny lace insertion and embroidered fronts. Prices, $3.75 to $4.98. Other qualities and styles too numerous to mention. Ladies' Tailored Suits! Some recently scarce lines are how in fair supply. In our recent visit to New York we were able to pick up some very choice values in Suits and are giving the trade the benefit. Many new numbers added to our $11.00 line. Some choice numbers in . black and color?, ranging in price from $15.00 to $25.00 each. Separate Jackets to suit all, in the tight-fjtting as well -as-loose box effects. OTT & CO Boys' Norfolks! Nothing is prettier or more stylish for the little fellows, from four to ten years of age, than the Norfolk Suit. With or without yoke, pleated front and back, belt waist. Made from handsome Cheviots and plain Serges. The price range is $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 and $7 50. Put the little fellow into a Norfolk Suit and then tell us what you'd sell him for. FRANK McWHORTER, The One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter. I ' ., ' sN,. . i CUP OF TEA 7' -J 1 or-.' fs Is considered by women as the popular beverage for an entertainment. This king true, you should have the BEST TEA obtainable. Our Teas are care- fully picked from the choicest plants and basket dried. Try them. OUR OLD HOLLAND COFFEE is the finest Breakfast Tonic you an get. Once used you'll want no other. LINLY A. AVERILL, Telephone 45-2. 200 North Main Street. ummer Beverages A FEW OF THE BEST. Best Lime Juice, large bottles, - - -Fruit Syrup, a'l flavo s, large bottles, - - -Orangeade, large bottles, - - - ... Welch's . Grape Juice, large bottles, - -Welch's Grape Juice, pint bottles, Hier's Root Beer Extract, per bottle, - -Anderson's and Indian Root Beer Extract, per bottle, Moxie, (rebate of 5c for empty bottles) per bottle, -Large fancy Lemons, per dozen, - - Meat Department. Fresh Native Rhubarb, per pound, - - 23c 25c 25c 45c 25c 18c 10c 25c 20c 6c F. D. LADD, Leading Cash Grocer. Meats and Provisions.