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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, June 22, 1903, Image 5

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Shirt Waist Suits!
Our assortment of the above is unusually desirable. We
suggest the importance of an enrly investment in these goods
suitable for warm weather.
Linen Suits handsomely trimmed with insertion and made
strictly up-to-date for $2.25 and 3-25.
Duck Suits in blue and dark, red, nicely trimmed, only 2.00.
Percale Suits at 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 and 2.00.
Gingham Suits at $,1.50, $1.98, 2.50 and I3.50.
Lawn Wrappers from 69c to $2.50 each.
PERRY & CAMP,
71 and 75 Main Street, .... Barre, Vermont.
MOST EVERYONE DOES LIKE TO SIT IN
A COMFORTABLE CHAIR
when they are resting themselves after a
day's work in hot weather, and the porch
is the place we all like best in a hot Sum
mer day. Call and try our Old Comfort
Chairs. We know thev are easy on the
pocket-book as well as to sit in.
B. W. Hooker 8c Co.f
Park Block. Next to City Hall, - Barre, Vermont.
We Are Afraid
You'll get rained on unless we do something about it, so
we are going to call your attention to our Umbrella stock.
Handsome handles in great variety, durable covers and
stout frames are the characteristics of the Umbrellas sold
here. Our values as you may easily satisfy yourself by
comparison are the best offered, go where you will.
FRANK McWHORTER,
The One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter.
THE SOUTH END MARKET
Choice heavy Western Beef. Native Pig Pork, Veal, Lamb, Ham,
Bacon, Tripe, Sausage, Lard and Salt Pork. Complete line of Fancy and
Staple Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit.
Lawn Mowers, Garden Hoes rnd Rakes, Sprinklers; Grass Shears,
etc. Our prices arc as low as the lowest and Rebate Checks given for
cash. Satisfaction guaranteed.
PARSONS &
(Telephone
115 South Main Street, - -
Royal Blue Flame Cook Stove!
- k&kzt.-
The most practical, economical and up-to-date Stove
on the market today.
Also One, Two and Three-Burner Union Wick Stoves
at 50c, $1.00 and $1.50, and One, Two and Three
Burner Florence Stoves at 75c, $1.50 and $2.75.
The FIRE SALE is DRAWING CROWDS DAILY.
HAVE YOU BEEN IN?
Boston Bargain Stoife,
Pearl Street, Barre, Vt.
OU?
SKINNER,
215-4)
- - Barre, Vermont.
C. NvKenycm & Co.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Eddie Dion went to Burlington today.
Fiauk Dyer went to Grot on today lioL-
Henry Frenit-r was In Granitevilie to
day on business.
Ernest Bemis was at Lis Lome in Marsh
field over Sunday.
Webster Laird began working in Ilawes'
restaurant today.
James Walker returned yesterday from
Dartmouth college.
Miss Margaret JIarr'man spent Sunday
at her Lome in Xorthliekl.
Mrs. Joseph Blair went to ( hazy, X.Y.,
to visit friends today.
Charles Huntington of Washington, was
in the c'y today on business.
George Downie returned today from a
week's visit in iiardwick.
Mins Annie Sullivan went to Burlington
this morning on a visit.
Howe Morrison of Waterbury spent Sun
day at his home in this city.
Will Duthie returned Saturday night
from a several days' vMl in liostou.
Miss Lottie Lawrence left this morning
for Lynn, Mass., to spend the summer.
A. W. Badger & Co. sent a big two
horse load of Roods to Orange this morn
ing. E. A. I'rindle was in Chelsea Saturday
figuring on several plumbing and heating
jobs.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Clark of East Ca
bot are visiting friends in the city for a
few days.
Mrs. George L. Stone of St. Albans has
been a guest at the home of II. K. Bush
for several days.
Miss Mildred Lawrence of Kkhmond
spent Sunday In the city with her sister,
Mrs. Eugene O'Brien.
Principal O. D. Mathewson went tot'as
tleton today to attend the Normal school
exercises at that place.
The Jones Bros.' ball team will play
the nine from Marr & Gordon's at the
trotting park,. Saturday.
The biggest and best loaves of thoroughly
good bread made from W ise King t lour.
Ask your grocer for it.
Wm.Giara of Burlington who was a vis
itor at Erauk LeClair's over Sunday, re
turned home this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamel left Satur
day for Hartford, Conn., to visit Mrs.
Daniel's mother who is sick.
Frank Beck ley returned Saturday from
Dartmouth college to spend the summer
vacation at his home in this city.
The base ball team from this city which
went to Iiardwick Saturday were defeated
by the Iiardwick team by .a score of 10-
to 8.
George Mann and L. K. Averill who
have been attending camp meeting at Es
sex Junction for a week returned home
today.
A. T. Davis of Marshfield is spending
commencement at Goddard Seminary with
his brother, Mark, who graduates this
year.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cole went to
Claremont, X. 1L, today where Mrs. Cole
will spend the summer. Mr. Cole will re
turn today.
Mr. and Mtf. G. L. Johnson of Little
ton, X. II., who have been visiting their
daughter, Mrs. F. II. Kogers, returned
home this morning.
The Ladies' Aid of the Congregational
church will meet Wednesday afternoon at
2.30. A full attendance is desired as bus
iness Is to come up.
J. A. Field has sold his house on Fatter
son street to Win. Barclay, jr., who buys
for a home. Consideration $3,000. Sale
made throngh Ferry agency.
Mrs. II. II. Blanchard of Springfield,
Vt., and Lottie Blanchard of Windsor,
who are stopping with Mrs. L. D. Blanch
ard, visited in Montpelier Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. II. O. Wortlien and three
children went to Burlington today to at
tend the commencement exercises at U. V.
M. this week, where one son graduates.
George I.aekay has sold his house on
Camp street to V. A. Kiuzie. Mr. Lackay
tikes a house on Bassett street in part
payment. The sale was made through the
Ferry agency.
Rev. R. F. Lowe went to Brandon Sat
urday where he delivered a temperance
lecture yesterday. Kev. George II. Watt
supplied his pulpit at the Methodist church
in this city.
The George Lee that was arrested in
Montpelier, and is serving a seven day's
sentence is not George W. Lee of Clark
street. Hooker Ii ill. " It was quite a sur
prise to his friends as Mr. Lee is not ad
dicted to drink and has never been arrest
ed in his life.
Walter Cooke was at Orange yesterday
visiting at bis father' farm. His father
lost a duck yesterday but got two foxes in
return. An old fox took the duck and was
followed to his hole some distance away
bv the members of the household who saw
the occurrence. They dug Into the hole
and found the two young foxes, but they
did not get the duck.
A. A. Boyce, w ho has been employed as
railway postal clerk on the Montpelier
and Wells lliver railroad, finishes work
there in about a week when he will be
transferred to the Central Vermont rail
road to act in a similar capacity. He will
have the run between St. Albans and Bos
ten. His place at the Montpelier and
Welis Kiver railroad will betaken by C.
E. Keegan,
Paint Your Itnggy far .c
to $1.00 with Devoe's Gloss Carriage
Faint. It weighs 3 to S ozs. more to the
pint than others, wears longer, and gives
a gloss equal to new work. Sold by Rey
nolds & Son.
Old gold and silver wanted at refiners'
prices in exchange for goods at F. E. Burr's
Don't fail to see the rare bargains lu
suits at '.).") at Pitts'.
Another cut in prioes of ladies' suits at
A. I. Abbott's.
Glasses fitted by an eye sight specialist
at J. W. Ilolton's.
Kemeraber the fire sale at Boston Bar
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Mrs. G. A. Wilkinson left this non to
visit her parents in Staustead, F. tj.
Mrs. Geo. Bigflow has been suffering
from acute indigestion, but is now impiov
ing. Mrs. Geo. Bigelow would like to get
plain sewing and mending at 1 1 Branch
street.
Ladies of Clan Gordon please leave
their books with financial secretary. Fer
order auditors.
Dr. and Mrs. Joe W.Jackson left this
afternoon for Hubbell, Me., to visit at Mrs.
Jackson's former home.
Willie Marron returned this afternoon
from Iberville, F. Q , where he Is attend
ing school to spend the summer vacation
w ith his parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. Mar
ron.
Miss Florence Brown was operated on
for appendicitis Saturday morning at the
Mary Fletcher hospital, Burlington. Her
parentg. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brown, re
ceived word today from her doctor saying
that she was doing well.
The choir bovs of the Congregational
church defeated the choir boys of the
Bethany church of Montpelier at base ball
in this city Saturday by a score of t to 2.
They expected to play a return game at
Montpelier next Saturday.
JUDGE EEM0VED.
Clemeut C. Smith Will he Appointed to
Vacancy by President.
Washington. June 22. Daniel II. Mc
Millan, associate justice of the supreme
court of New Mexico, has been removed
by President Roosevelt on account of
charges of general immorality that have
been pending several months. 1 he Fresi
dent has decided upon Clement C. Smith
of Hastings, Mich., to till the vacancy.
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A Card to the Public
I wish to thank the people of Barre and
vicinity for their very liberal patroimge in
the past and say that a continuance of the
same will receive my best endeavors. On
and after June 20 my salesroom will be at
resilience, (' Spaulding St., where I shall
carry a strictly high grade line of instru
ments. Mr. 6. J. Dodge will continue to
sell the small instruments and fittings, and
those who have been accustomed to mak
ing payments on piano and organ leases to
Mr. Dodge may continue to do so.
II. A. Gould.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
TO KENT A nicely furnished front mom, or
an uitluniifh''U iurtr'rmu. Impure ;it tl4 Sum
iiht street. Banc, Vt. fc4i;i
TO KENT Small tenement with hot and cold
water, batll and Set tulw at West St. . 81tf
BLUE RIBBON
5c CIGAR.
Union Made. Sold by Everybody.
We also carry a full line of
HECKER'S CIGARS
at the old stand. Will be glad
to see you at either store.
L 0. NURRI0N,
Union Cigar Store. Corner Cigar Store.
UNION BLACKSMITH SHOP.
The Blacksmith Shop back of Slayton's
stable, which is to be run as a Union
shop, is now open and ready for business.
Horseshoeing and jobbing of all kinds.
W. E. WILLIS.
New Seven-Room Cottage
Just Completed
For Sale at a Bargain.
One of the' best finished cottages in the city of
Barre, containing seven Urge rooms. Reception
hall finished In quartered oak, parlor i quartered
sycamore, dining-room in red birch and all red
birch floors. Balance of house finished in best
quality brown ash. Furnace heat, bath, set tubs,
electric lights and everything modern and up-to-date.
Located on Park street, one of the best
streets in the city, overlooking Currier Park.
Within two minutes' walk of Spaulding school
and three of City Hall and post-ofiice. It is no
doubt one of the best located and best finished
houses in the city that is on the market today.
I would be pleased to show you through the prop
erty and you will then be convinced that I have
goods to back up my statements. The above
property will be sold cheap and on very easy
terms. C. N. WALES.
A GOOD DINNER or LUNCH
SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
Try my Home iBaked Beans. Everything cooked
at home. Try the Electric Made Coffee.
JESSE CAYHUE,
Depot Square, - . - - Barre, Vermont,
WOOL, WOOL,
WOOL.
We are in the market for Wool.
Can pay for
Good Coarse, . . . 21c.
Long Staple Fine, . 21c.
Short Staple Fine, i 8 to 20c.
Will be at Montpelier, near the
Wells River depot, to receive
Wool Thursday, Jtme 25th.
H. A. PERKINS & CO.,
White Kiver Junction, Vt
A. P. ABBO
August Prices Now!
Another Deep Cut on Ladies' Tailored Suits.
Some three weeks ago we went through our line of Suits,
took out several and put them into a sale at exceptional prices.
In five days every Suit was sold. We are repeating the same
operation today, the only difference being that the Suits are of a
higher grade and ought not to last this time more than three davs.
Ten Sttits made early in the Spring by best tailors from
popular all-wool materials and sold at that time for 12.50 and
15.00. They go into this sale at the small "price of just $5.00.
Fifty Ladies' Tailored Suits in a variety of styles, in
new and up-to-date materials that are in every way the latest.
Some of these Suits have been with us only three weeks. The
prices on these Suits but a few days ago were $14 00, 15.00 and
18.00. Your choice of the whole assortment for $7.98.
LADIES' UMBRELLAS.
Ladies' Umbrel'as are necessities these rainy days.
Lot No. X Umbrellas with
paragon frame covered with a
good quality of gloria, a regular
1.00 Umbrella, for 69c.
j,-$3 A.vi'J- ;!"-
, cy '
the ifest. Fine
SWMJMItlltAlwiMllb.
Rain Coats!
ttoSAafTacrl t I V 1
tl Mm-
IlandUbred
Mcofc & Owens,
Successots to D. M. Miles,
i22 North Main St.,
iiniwui.i.iHimi
f
Good Values
Three cans of Corn far - - - - - 25c
Fresh Eggs, per dozen, - - - - - 19c
Three pound cans Peaches, good value, two cans for 25c
Jelly in tumblers, assorted flavors, each, - - 10c
Three-pound cans Pears, two cans for - 25c
Three-pound cans Boston Baked Beans, three cans for 25c
Nice ripe Pineapples, good size, each, - - - 1 2.'c
Nice ripe Pineapples, smaller but good, each, ' - 10c
New Sage Cheese, per pound, - - - - 16c
The best Condensed Milk, per can, - - - 15c
Try our Home made Pressed Corn Beef. It is all
right for cold meat It will please you. Per pound, 15c
Oatmeals are higher but we have a large stock bought
before the advance and shall give our customers the benefit
of the low price. Per pound, 3c ; ten pounds, - 30c
We expect a large lot of Strawberries Wednesday and
the rest of the week. Put up canning berries now.
F. D. LADD, Leading Cash Grocer
n
Lot No. 2 Umbrellas with
paragon frame covered with fine
quality English gloria, a regular
1.35 Umbrella, for $1.00.
Over King's Jewelry Store,
Depot Square,
Barre, Vermont.
Photographs!
These rainy days suggest
Rain Coats. Why shouldn't
you have one ? The Men's
Rain Coats are being worn
as much for Top Coat uit
as Kain l-oats. fever scf:u
so many before in any Rea
son, simply because wfare
carrying the famous I Aart,
Schaftner & Marx f oats,
which are the In vrs in
workmanship, qua't style '
and fit. They j masje
of all wool cloth l ernicaJ1y
treated so that tb.y are im
pervious to rai, but not
air-tight. They'are porous,
allowing the circulation of j
air, wriicn msuies comfort ,
and no overheating. They ,
will keep you dry and ai-
ways look well. Prices from
$J0.00 to $20.00 each
Barre, Vermont.
1
at Ladds!
mm
gain store.

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