'ot Weather Necessities!
Shirt Waist Stfits in linen, grass cloth, duck, gingham
and percale at $4.25, 3.25, 2.75, 2.50, $2.25 and $1.98,
Shirt Waists (Acorn Brand), the best fitting, most durable
and the most stylish Waist. We have a large line to select from.
Prices range from $1.00 to 4.00 each.
Black Mtsslin Waists, a new lot just received. Prices,
$1.25 and $1.50 each.
Hosiery in Embroidered, Lace and Lisle Thread, the guar
anteed stainless kind, at 15, 25, 38 and 50c per pair.
Ladies' Undervests in all shapes and kinds, from a 5-cent
Vest to a Silk Vest at 85c. This is the place to buy Undervests.
PERRY & CAMP,
71 and 75 Main Street,
A NEW CONSIGNMENT JUST IN.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Bert skntou of Klmore is visiting In James Kemp bus gone to Toronto ou
town fur a Jew Uuvs. business.
Mrs. Angf-lo .Scampint and children are
visiting in Windsor.
Miss Marearet Aikley
brother in East JSarre.
is visiting her
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They are a late arrival. We shall make
the price to suit you. In this lot are as
pretty patterns as have been seen this season.
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Papers, etc., etc.
R. W. Hooke. & Co.,
Park Block, Next to City Hall, - - Barre, Vermont.
A Chance For You to
By special arrangement we are permitted to sell g
:2 COMFORT POWDER for 20 cents per box. The regu- 5g
lar price is 25 cents. This lasts only during the month
of July as an inducement for people to try this Best of, 5;
Pf r 1 TTff. -..J' f D m'
all Skin Powders. Unlike the ordinary Talcum Pow
ders, COMPORT POWDER is a medicinal Skin Pow- Sg
der and cures while others simply relieve. . Great for
5 babies. Try it now. We will give you a generous S
5 sample if you will all for it. 5
Red Cfoss Pharmacy,
160 North Main St., Barre, Vt.
RICKERT & WELLS, Props. K
Rexall Red Blood Pills are the best yet, and the Sfc
price is attractive 34 cents per box. l
We would call your attention to two new patterns of fine
Decorated English Seml-Porcetain Ware :
"Gold and White Victor" at - - - $18.00 Per Set
And "Clayton" Blue Floral Decoration at 16.00 Per Set
These patterns are " right up to the minute " and are
sure to please you.
Boston Bargain Store,
Pearl Street, Barre, Vt. C. N. Kenyon & Co.
Fred Fisher and family returned yester
day from a short visit iu Cabot.
II. P. Baldwin of A W. Badger & Co.is
in Williamstown today ou business.
Wise King Flour makes Dread that is
delicious, appetizing and wholesome.
Miss Maude Avers left for the "White
Mountains this morning, for a short vaca
tion. Miss Margaret Ludlow and Mrs. James
Dearie are visiting their parents in Bolton
ville. N. G. Gulardueei left today for New
York after a short vjsit with friends in
C. E. Tavntor of New York of C. K.
Tayntor At Co. is In the city on a brief
business trip. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Currierof. Danville,
who have been visiting in town," returned
Mrs. E. IT. Cheever and family have
gone on a short visit to Cabot, WaUlen
Mrs. William Sinclair and daughter,
Jennie, left this morning for a short visit
in Springfield, Mass.
Leo Lawrence left this morning on a
bicycle trip to St. Johnsbury, where he
has gone to look for work.
The Winnsboro Granite Co. of Eion, S.
C, are in need of 50 cutters. Wages $;3
and upwards. Long job.
Mrs. C. S. Andrews and children went
to Malone, N. Y., this morning for a six
week's visit with relatives.
Mrs. Adeline Lapoint and Miss Laura
Lamaerenx of Worcester, Mass., are vis
iting Lewis II. White for a few days.
Miss Julia Kinne left last night for
Wiuthrop Beach, Mass., where she will
spend the remainder of the summer.
Janitor C. V. Jones has a number of
whlnkey and wine barrells for sale at the
city building. Call and see him about
Will Stevens and wife returned last
night from Lowell, Mass., where Mrs. Stev
ens has beeu visiting far the past six
Joe Corey, of the local Syrian Colony,
left last nisjht for Xew York where he
will embark on a French line steamer for
Beroot City, Syria.
Wilbur Shepard purchased last week
three cows at the Ilolt auction sale. The
animals, which cost f 100 a year ago, were
bought for ")0 each.
Tiev. Thomas II. Mitchell, pastor of the
Presbyterian church,' has gone on a six
weeks' vacation, which will be spent at
his nome near Toronto.
Special meeting of the Central Labor
Union, Thursday evening at 7.150 in Tool
Sharpeuers hall. Let every member be
present. Fer order President.
I). Winifred Smith, son of Donald
Smith, entertained a number of his young
friends at the Smith stock farm yesterday.
The boys had a splendid time.
Junior society of Christian Endeavor
are holding their annual picnic at Benja
min Falls today, under the chaperonage of
Mrs. II. G. uoodruff ana Mrs. George
A petition in bankruptcy was tiled yes
terday by George Durand, a quarryman of
Barre. His liabilities are iyl.'20 and his
assets $51, all of which are claimed ex
C. A. Itosobrough of St. Louis, a mewv
ber of the Rosebrough Monument Co., is
in town for a week's stay, placing several
contracts and looking up contracts already
State Senator Fhelps left last night for
Lake Mitchell where he is to joiu a Ashing
party consisting of State Treasurer Bacon
of White Hiver June-Lion and State Sena
tor Downer of Sharon.
Up to this afternoon no clue to the
whereabouts of Malv'ma Coibeil, the miss
ing girl, had been found. Chief Brown
does not believe in the theory of foul play
in connection with the case.
There has been considerable misunder
standing between patrons of the electric
road and conductors over fares. Supt.
Audrus says that during tho summer tbe
fare to all the parks, including Dewey
park, will be five cents.
Benjamiu Coburn paid a fine in Montpe
lier city court yesterday for calling John
Gabree a scab and a liar. He entered a
plea of guilty, and on the statement of
Grand Juror Tberiault that hard language
was used on both sides the court fined Co
burn the ntiuimuin amount.
Boys who gather about the band stand
are requested to make less noise tonight
than they did when the last band concert
was given. They may not care to listen
to the music, but others do and it is hoped
if they must make a racket, it will be as
far away from the band stand as posible.
Considerable excitement was caused by
alive wire falling to the ground near tbe
National Bank yesterday afternoon. It
w as one of the New England Telephone
Company's wires which had fallen across
the troliey wire, thus charging it. The
wire was removed before any serious dam
age was done.
A tourist party consisting of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Eastwood and L. S. Bigelow of Iloehester,
N, Y'., and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bigelow,
fwa lTt!pn Tiii.eliiur nnt Mis Kielow of
New York, passed through the city this
morning on their way to the (juarries and
E. W. Stewart of Osceola, Nebraska, is
in Barre visiting his uncle, Wm. M. Stew
art, and other relatives in this section.
Mr. Stewart is a native of Berlin but has
been a resident of the west for many
years. It has been 13 years since he w as
last here. He will visit in the East for
about two months.
Barre is making an effort to secure a
government building for its postoflice.
Such a building would be a deserved rec
nrmlMnn of the enternrisa which has de
veloped the mineral resources of the state
to a remaruaoie extent ana nuut up one
sf tha most pntervirisinit towns of the east.
As federal buildincs co. the Granite city
Is entitled to such a structure and here's
honins that the neighbor's claim will be
presented to congress in such a strong
way as to gain practical consideration.
Charley Jones returned from Middlesex
Ward Carver is in Wi!!iainkwn on a
fishing trip today.
W. C. Jones is at home from Bellows!
Falls for a short vacation. j
I. O. Wales moved into his new house
on Park street yesterday. ;
Chandler I.add has gone to Sharon for
a short visit with friends.
M. S. Levin and Harry Segel are in
Montpelier today on business.
W. E. Young of Bradford, Grand
Master of the Grange, is iu the city on
Alex. Emslie, proprietor of the merry-go-round,
left last night for Boston on
Miss Helen Burbank left yesterday on a
visit to friends in Concord, X. II., and in
Providence, H. 1.
W. D. Smith started on a carriage drive
to Elmore this morning, where he has gone
for a few days' liahing.
Mrs. C. S. Borden of Worcester, who
has been visiting Mrs. E. A. Prindle and
sister, went to Waitslield yesterday.
Mrs, Alex Emslie of Quinev, Mass.,
who has been visiting Mi s. Wm Emslie for
tbe past month, returned to her home this
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Northrop -returned
yesterday from a week's carriage drive,
during which they visited South lioyalton
Mrs. P. McXulty and daughter Made
line and Mrs. James A. Glvnne and
daughter Celia left today for Montreal, P,
Q., where they will spend the summer. "
The C. E. society of the First Baptist
church will give a lawn party ednesday
evening at the home of Mrs. Annie Inglis,
7 Clark street, l'ou are cordially invited.
N. 3. Eoberts, Lient.-Col. 1st Regt., Vt.,
C. M. Willey, Kea. Adjutant, 1st Kent.
Vt., and Capt. N. B. Ballard went to
Burlington this niorninc, to attend the
officers' school of the Uniform Hank, lv.
II. M. Cutler and F. A. -Rowland 'of the
Montpelier club and C. A. Dodge and J.
rrank Perry of the Barre Golf club went
to Burlington today to be present 'at the
state golf tournament which begins to
Joseph Crapoof Montpelier, who played
ballon the Montpelier Seminary team, has
gone to Littleton, N. II., where be will be
given a trial on the Littleton team. If he
is fast enough he will play there the re
mainder of the summer.
Mr. Raymond, representing the Union
Publishing company, is in town today dis
tributing their recent edition of the State
Business Directory. This directory is the
only one published since 1001, and repre
sents the business of every town and city
Fifteen candidates took the State dental
examinations in the Knights of Columbus
hall at Montpelier, before Dr. G. F.
Cheney of St. Johnsbury, K. L. Cleaves of
Montpelier, L. E. Melvin of Middlebury,
G. M. Chase of Bethel, and A. J. Cutler
of Bennington, yesterday.
Stsit and Sktti
If in need of a Suit or Separate Skirt we can add to your
comfort at little cost. Another deep cut in our Suit Department.
We have a few liht weight Suits lefc which must be closed out at
once, as we must clean up this department before the Fall season
opens. Suits of Etamine, Novelties and light weight Serges in
blues, blacks and mixed colors, very stylish in design, made with
gored flare and elegant tailor finish. These Suits are mostly me
dium priced and must be sold regardless of cost. Just the thing
for a warm weather Suit, light and durable.
Lot No. i A few Plain Jacket Suits. To close the lot,
only $5.00. Values from $o oo to I15.CO.
Lot No. 2 This lot consists of light-weight Sfrges, Eta
mines and Mixtures, fine all-wool cloths, nicely tailored Suits
that have been cur best sellers, but the sizes are badly broken.
If we have your fit, you can secure a bargtin at $7,93. Values
from S?i2.oo to $18.00. The Skirt alone is worth more thin
we are asking for the whole Suit.
Lot No. 3 This lot consists of alt of our Light weight
Suits that have been selling from $17.00 to $22 00. There are
only a few, but if your size is among them you can afford to buy
for next season. The price of these is $9.98 each.
Also a few Heavy-weight Suits at bargain prices.
Walking Skirts of all-wool crash in medium and light grey,
also grey with white spots just the thing for a lady who is in
need of a cool and stylish Skirt in walking or dress length to
round out the Summer wardrobe. The price of these Skirts is
only $5.00 and the value is 6.50.
Mr, and Mrs. Hatch who are with the
DeGray Wonder Workers here this week
have delighted their audiences with their
musical specialties. Tbey play fifteen
difficult musical instruments. Their mu
sical shooting act which they performed
Saturday evening is truly wonderful and
made a decided hit. Mr. Hatch performed
some rifle shots also shots with a lieming
revolver that border on the marvelous.
Glasses fitted by an eye sight specialist
at J. W. Holton's.
Large size white aprons for 2."o. each at
Veale fc Knight's.
Black petticoats, home-made Mala, for
$1.25 and $1,50 each.' Veale & Knight.
ALL NEW GOODS,
One-half pint of Piste 10c
4 by 5 Glass Trays ; 1 0c
4 by 5 Rubber Trays 1 5c
5 by 7 Rubber Trays 25c
Eight ounces Toning Solution 15c
$1.00 Dark Room Lamp 75c
4 by 5 Photo Holders 42c
5 by 7 Photo Holders 59c
AVERILL MUSIC CO.
it s Hot!
WELL, I SHOULD
SAY SO! ,
And, fellows, this is nothing
to what it will be. How are
you fixed for it ? Bet a dollar
you have put off buying thin
things until now you're caught.
Serge Suite,- $7.50 to $15.00
Flannel Suits, 5.00 to 10.00
Wool Crash Suits, $7.50 to $15
Extra Trousers in Flannel or
Wool Crash, - $2.00 to $3.50
Lots of other thin things at
thin prices that bring comfost
and relief at this season.
One Price Clothier.
Hatter and Men's Outfitter.
Arrived I Arrived ! One Week Only I
The World's Famous Psychic Palmist and
Trance Clairvoyant -Know Thy Future !
Consult MADAME SOUS A Reads Life
From the Cradle to the Grave Has Been a
Trance Medium Since Ten Years of Age.
Tliis is flip Kiiine lady that created a jifrfeet
furore in New York city, catt'Hug to over 211,
OfO pcnple, Sljo tell1 the pnnt, present anil fu
ture ami nil your alfairs of lite. No douht
voit have visited numerous others who eouM
tell yuu nothing. Don't clas thin hulv with
them. Hie never fails. If you have anything
on your mum call amt see her.
14 PEARL ST.. THE OTIS.
Hours. 9 to 9.
Tho School CommiWoners of the City tf
Barre, v c, desire ieald ImU for the construc
tion of a twelve-r'Mm Vriek school l?uihlintr
Tho liids will ho opened at a meeiinir of the
School Conimifsioner in their orliee Monday,
July 'J7, I'm, at 3 1'. M. The scaled Imls, plan
ami iocineations mutt he In the nanus ol tlif
t lerk, H. W. Hooker, or the Architect, on or
hefore the. time mentioned alntve. The. plans
and spceifieations may be seen in Barre at the
oillce of smith & YV'ntkfr, Art-.hitwtp, over
1'erry Ar Camp' store, from 4 to 5.J01. M., or
at, 4.1 (state ht., Montpelier, from 1 to 8 1. M
The School Commissioners reserve the right to
reject- any or an oms.
SCHOOL COM'RS OF BAItilE.
SOME GOOD VALUES.
s u its! S
Three pounds of Raisins for - - -
Three packages of Sultana Raisins for' - -Prunes,
two, three and five pounds for
Apricots, two pounds for '
The best Peaches, per pound, - - -Good
Evaporated Apple, per pound, -Fancy
Evaporated Apple, per pound,
Three packages Legget's or None Such Mince Meat, ' 25c
Canned Apple, 10c; gallon can for - - - 25c
When you buy Old Grist Mill Coffee you register
your guess on the number of kernels of wheat in the jar.
The winner gets a $20 00 Tea Service free.
See Oar Window.
F. D. LADD,
Leading Cash Grocer.
Meats and Provisions.
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