Two Saturday Bargains, July 18
MUSLINS AT 12c PER YARD.
Five hundred yards of Muslins, including both light and
dark colors, in lace and satin stripes. These are goods that are
worth 16, 18 and aoc. We make the price for Saturday, July
18th, only 12c per yard. Ask for samples of these Muslins.
LADIES' WALKING SHIRTS AT $3.50 EACH.
These are made of good quality Cheviot, in navy blue, oxford
grey and brown, trimmed with fancy cording in a fancy design,
a very full flare, bottom set off with ten rows of stitching, well
made every way and a Skirt worth $4 75. You can buy this
Skirt on Saturday for only $3 50.
Look For These Two Bargains in Oar Window.
PERRY & CAMP,
71 and 75 Main Street, - - , . . Barre, Vermont
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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.
B. W. Hooker & Co.,
Park Block, Next to City Hall, - - Barrc, Vermont.
Fcr Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus
and all ills of a like nature take
Rexall Blackberry Mia
. A medicine pleasant to the taste and effi
cient in operation. Price, 25 cents.
Red Cioss Pharmacy,
160 North Main St., Barre, Vt. PJCKERT & WELLS, Props.
A IR.ecorcl BreaKer!
We have frozen 1400 quarts of cur Famous
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from July 1st to July 1 4th. All flavors,
by the pint, quart or gallon, at
The Barre Candy Kitchen.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
We would call your attention to two new patterns of fine
Decorated English Semi-Porcelain 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 Sc Co.
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Mrs. Eliza Burroughs is visiting frien Js
Eugene Button went to llardwick this
A. 1). Gilley of Boston is in town today
Stephen Matott went to I'ennai'Ook, N.
A. B. Ilickie o( West Burke Is in the
city on business.
Will Whiteomb and Frank fSniall are
away on a fishing trip.
Ed. Smith of Bower Cabot was in the
city yesterday on business.
George Gay went to Montreal this morn
ing on his way to England.
Mrs. Wm McTurk of Rutland and sons
are visiting friends in town.
Miss Carrie Draper returned from her
home in Randolph this morning.
Mrs. L. A. Gale of Williamstown is in
the city today for a short visit.
Mrs. Herbert Walker of Ludlow Is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. E. M. Lyon.
A son was born July 10 to Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Sim, of 8 Harrington Ave.
T). A. Terry went to his farm in Calais
yesterday for a two week's vacation.
Wie King Flour makes Bread that is
delicious, appetizing and wholesome.
Born, July 11, to Mr. and Mrs. Win. J.
Kingston of Foster street, a daughter.
The Granite Cutters Journals have ar
rived and can be bad at headquaiters.
Did you know that Merchant was sell
ing a 30 cent coflee for 25 cents? Try it.
The erection of the city storage shed on
the city library lot was started this morn
ing. There will be a band concert at the
School street stand in Moutpelier this eve
ning. Misses Clara and Louise Dodge of
Springfield, 111., are visiting at M. T.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Eastman returned
last niijht from a two weeks' outing at
Charles A. Rlmrley returned to, his
home in KorthSeld after being in town on
Miss Myrtle Joy, who has been visiting
at Dr. L. W. Hanson's, went to Burling
ton this morning.
Marcia Selman of East Montpelier will
preach in the Barber district Sunday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. W. C. Jones and daughters left
this morning for" Old Orchard, Me., and
the White Mountains.
Cantata rehearsal at the Presbvterian
church Friday evening, the 17th. All are
requested to be present.
Fred Roweil is draughting plans for J.
K, Anderson's new house to be built on
North Seminary street.
Trot. Hamilton of Montpelier Seminary
returned to Montpelier yesterday morning
after an extended carriage trip.
Work was bsrnn this morning on the
widening of Jetferson street where the
new school house is to be built.
A. A. Smith has bonght of W. C. Jones
his two tenement house at Graniteville.
Sale made by F. B. Cate agency.
Miss Kale Mclver left this morning for
Llngwiek, P. Q . where she will visit rel
atives and friends for two months.
Mrs. A. F. Dodge and Mrs. O. J. Dodge
who have been visiting relatives in Rots
dam, X. V., are expected home today.
The married men of McDonald &
Buohan's will play the unmarried nien
of the same shop at the Granite City Park
at 4 ::;.
Mrs. E. C. Veal and her two daughters
have returned from Westerly, R. I , where
they have bem visiting for the last three
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Small, who have
been visiting at Mr. and Mrs. John Goneo's
returned to their home in Worcester.Mass ,
Charles Rouelle of the U.S. A., a for
mer Barre boy, is visiting in town for a
short time. He is now stationed near
W. F. O'Xeil of Springfield, Mass., J. C.
Ryan of Xew York, and Charles A. Cook
of Manena, N. Y., registered at The
Two extra cars of the electric road will
start from tbe square at 1.15 p. ni, for the
Foresters' picnic, also extras in the even
ing at 7.15 coming back.
Special communication of Granite Lodge,
Xo. 35, F. and A. M., Saturday forenoon
at il o'clock for the purpose of attending
the funeral of O. S. Willey.
There were about W tickets from Wil
liamstown, 1.") from South Barre and 100
from Barre sold for the Carpenters' excur
sion to Highgate this morning.
At the annnal meeting of the Vermont
State Golf Association at Burlington last
evenint X. I?. liallurd of this nit v wn
elected a member of the executive com
Mrs. James Srarrion. accompanied by her
sons, James T. and Eugene, and her
daughter, Mrs. Carroll, have gone to Mon
treal. Mrs. Marrion will remain In the
hospital there for treatment.
The fastest work of the season is ex
pected of the Barre ball players Saturday,
when they play Williamstown on Godderd
campus, as they are getting in the best
possible condition for the llardwick game
on July 25th.
The Montpelier high school alumni have
made a temporary organization and it is
expected that an association will be form
ed on Wednesday evening, July 20. At a
meeting Wednesday evening J. A. DeBoer
spoke at some length favoring organization.
Three pieces of black laee stripe mus
lins, value 2")0 per yard, for a few days
only 15c per yard at The Vaugban Store.
Get one of those 50 cent night robes at
Vaughan's, value big.
All summer waist3 at cost Saturday at
A. A. SMITH
p. 1 B, ft'
Lot Genf s
$1.25, 1.50 and
U. SMITH & BOO
Mea's Complete Outfitters,
j Miles' Granite Building, Barre.
Special Snap For Saturday,
Ladies' and Children's Hose !
For our Saturday drive we shall offer some extra values
in Ladies' and Children's Hose. Such values, coming just at
vacation time, should be fully appreciated. These are not a
cheap, trashy article, but a good fast-colored Hose and one we
can guarantee as to service.
LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSE.
Ladies' Stainless Fine Egyptian Yarn Hose, regular made.
This is a Hose that will compare with many 10 cent qualities.
For Saturday, two pairs for 25c.
CHILDREN'S FAST BLACK HOSE.
, This lot consists of Children's Medium and Fine Ribbed
Fast Black Hose, made of a very firm elastic yarn, and is an
extra value at two pairs for 25c.
CHILDREN'S TAN HOSE.
This lot consists of broken lots of our regular 1 5-cent J
Albion Dyed Fast Colored Hose. We offer the lot for Satur
day, July 18th, at only 9c per pair.
SHIRT WAISTS. We are making deep-cut prices on
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Don't He Look Swell?
That's what everybody says about the little fellows
dressed in our Shirtwaists.
The new things are all here, the Shirt and Blouse styles,
the attached and detatched collar styles, all are here in new
patterns of Percales and Cheviots. Can't describe these
new swell waists, too big a job.
Every pattern is new, and mothers fall in love with them
on sight, 25c to $1.00.
One Price Clothier.
Hatter and Men's Outfitter.
"The People's National Bank of Barre."
Capital Stock, - $ J 00,000.
Subscriptions for above Stock,
Par Value - - - $ 00.00 Per Share,
Will be received by Miss Keith at Prindle & Averill's
for a limited time. Infoimation and application blanks
may be obtained of any of the following named gentlemen.
CW.Mdcher, S.D.Allen, Clus. W. Averiil, F.D.Ltdd, :
W. D. Smith, A. J. Young, L. J. Bolster, F.N. Braley, Ira C. Cakf.
Over King's Jewelry Store,
the Best. Fine Photographs!
SOME REASONS WH
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT LADD'S.
Because you an buy Force for . .
Because you an buy one dozen packages of Force for
Best Maine Corn, per can, . .
A good Corn at three cans for . : .
Best Tomatoes, Nectar Brand, two cans for .
Six cakes of Babbitt's Soap for . . .
Six cakes of World or Welcome Soap for
Seven cakes of Lenox or Oak Leaf Soap for .
The best Long Island New Potatoes, per peck, .
Fresh Cucumbers, seven for .
Fresh Native Beets, per bunch, . . . . ,
Fresh Native Turnips, per buch,
Native Spring Lamb, Legs, per pound, . , ,
Native Spring Lamb, Chops, per pound.
Native Mutton, Yearling, Legs, per pound, , ,
Fresh-made Beef or Pork Sausage, three pounds for .
We can give you good values in Native Pork
and Western beef Roasts.
Bargains in Cut Meats Saturday night.
Rebate Checks with all purchases.
F. D. LADD, Leading Cash G
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