THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
BAltliK. VT.. OI LY MO, 1D03
A bargain in left-over Suits and Coats.
'display.) Great values. Any Coat
In Suit Department.
(See our window
or Suit in the
window for - - - - .- " " hj-V
One lot of Suits (a bargain) for - - - - - . 9.75
One lot of Suits and Coats for 6.98
Eight Silk Coats, left over from our Spring stock, new, this
season's style, made of Peiu de Soie and Taffeta Silk, values
$2c.ooaa.co, $18.50 and $12.50, for only - - $9.98
In Dry Goods Department.
One Jot of Dress Goods, colors black, blue, grey, green, red
and brown, former prices 65c to $1.00 per yard, to close at 59c.
Two hundred yards of Mercerizd Ginghams in short lengths,
former prices 25c to 38c per yard, at only - - 19c.
One lot of Dark Prints in a fine assortment of colors. Price
per yard, while they last, - - - - - - 4 l-2c
You will find other rare bargains in this department for
the next few days.
Boston, July n. Local showers
this afternoon ami tonitiht; Tues
day fair, warmer Tuesday.
VERMONT'S NEW CHAMPION.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Local Happening Tersely Told For Bnj
Ballard & Co., reliable Insurance,
Excursion to Montpelier for the circus,
see adv. on page 2.
Consult the eye sight specialist for
glasses at J. V. Holtou's. -
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McLaughlin
oi rean street, a boy, July 18.
You cannot appreciate how thoroughly
pood a Hour can be until you have tried
Wise King. Try it.
izr r TJ1T3 uiTrnm
Tto Create:! Goroplimsnt
ever paii the human
and kt us
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This is the
With the Emphasis on
Hen, Women and Chil-
dren are learning this
and complimenting us O
more every day. Men
who want real Qulity in q
Shoes buy our "RAL5-0
TON HEALTH" Oxfords 9
and Shoes, all the same q
price. We are the sole
agents for them.
Peopled Shoe Stote,
157 North Main Street.
C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor. $
Hall Trees! Hall Racks!
Hall Settees, Etc.
These are a few of the new goods we
are showing at the present time.
BARRY & WILLIAMS,
New Tomasi Block, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts.
, IHBEBTAKER9 AND FUKKUAL DIRECTOR.
T. H. BARRY, - - 5 Averlll St. 1 L. M. WILLIAMS, - 28 Jefferson St.
Telephone 209-12. , Telephone 212-12.
There is Something Breezy About Our
Light-weight Blue Serge Suits for Summer!
Everyone who has seen them like them and say that they are
handsome. They impart a cool and refreshing feeling of satisfaction
to the wearer. They are fashioned right and the fit is correct.
Thin prices on every Suit. TRY A BLUE SERGE SUIT. They are
both cool and economical. We also carry a full line ot SUMMER
SHIRTS, STRAY HATS, NECKWEAR and GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
SEGEL & BRADY,
The Blue Store,
On Depot Sqaare.
Mrs. A. S. Jewett was in Barre Friday.
W. B. Bagley was in Barre Saturday on
Geo. Rice and wife were in Barre Sat-day.
Asa Magoon and daughter were in Bar
re and Montpeller Saturday.
Mrs. Xora Jessman of Sugar Hill, X.II.,
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Ezra Calef is not as well.
Chrichton Carpenter of the Barre Daily
Times was home for a week's vacation
. At a meeting of the Washington Agri
cultural Association, held the other day,
it was voted to try and repair the build
ings, and the financial condition of the
association being such, voluntary subscrip
tions were offered and a committee of four
was elected, consisting of C. II. Mc
Allister, W. E. Worthley, E. K. lloughton
and . C. ye, who will be glad to re
ceive any and all gifts to the company.
They will accept either labor, monev.
nails, lumber or anything else that will
help in this matter.
Burlington League Team Luxt to IMalts-
burg 7 to A.
Plattsburg, X.Y.,July 19. In a plucky,
nphill fight which in the last four Innings
looked bright for a possible victory, Bur
lington was defeated for the fourth-time
by the home team yesterday afternoon by
a soore oi ( to a.
LEAGUE BASE BALL.
Ht. LouU Defeated Brooklyn in a 10-lnti
Yesterday's National League scores:
At St Louis, St. Louis o, Brooklyn 4
At Chicago, Chicago 8. Pittsburg 5.
At Cincinnati, 1st game, Philadelphia
u, Cincinnati o; 2nd game, Cincinnati 7,
Saturday's National League results :
Chicago o, Boston 2 (13 innings).
Boston 5, Chicago 4.
Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 4.
Cincinnati 0, Philadelphia 3.
Pittsburg 3, Xew York 2.
Brooklyn S. St. Louis 4.
Saturday's American League results:
Boston 5, Detroit S.
Washington 3, Chicago 2 (12 Innings).
Washington 3, Chicago 1. ,
A. M. Reed Defeated nul Waterman iu
Burlington, July 1S.A. XL Keed of
P.kwanok won the Vermont .State chain
pionship' here today on the Waubauakee
links. He defeated Paul Waterman, the
former champion, in the final match by
me score oi 4 up and 3 to play.
need was in good form and cot the lead
at the start, lie was 2 up at the turn, and
ended the match on the l.jth green.
In the seiniiinal match this morning,
Waterman barely defeated Ilorstuiann by
1 up. He saved the match by running
down a long putt on the li?th green.
J. Lynch of Ekwanok won the consola
tion cup from Clark Burnham by the score
of 4 up and 3 to play. Lynca also took
the best gross score prize in the all-dajt
open handicap, scoring 83.
C. L. Woodbury won the Waubanakee
cup and also the best net score prize in the
handicap with 93, 12, 81.
ENGAGEMENT OF MASON STONE.
Ho Will Marry Ml Alma. Wright of Cag
Castleton, luly 18. -The engagement of
Miss Alma Wright of this village to
Mason H. Stone of Montpelier, has been
made public. Miss Wright is only daugh
ter of Prof. Knssell M. Wright," at one
time at the head of the Castleton -Seminary
and later at the head of a school iu
East Hampton Mass. She is one of the
most popular young women In the place.
Mr. Stone was for several years state su
perintendent of education and for two
years was at the head of a department of
educational work in the Philippines. lie
returned from that country only a few
It is not understood that the marriage
will take place at present.
nv Crop of Good Quality.
White River Junction, July IS. A few
farmers in town have begun haying. The
crop this season, although not quite so
abundant in this vicinity as it was last
year, will be of better quality and will go
further as feed. The late rains caused
the grass to grow thick and nutritious.
A. Time For Kverythlng.
The wise man of old said there was a
time for everything under the sun. "A
time to weep and a time to laugh, a time
to get and a time to lose," and w hen the
time to paint arrives, it should be the
time for you to "get" the best made, the
Colonial Paint, Unequalled for covering
capacity, quality and durability.
Ask your dealer for it don't "lose."
Sold by C. A. Heath.
American Fidelity Co.,
ff MONTPELIER, VT.,
J. W. DILLON,
D. F. Davis, The Dtuggist
One lot of Ladies' Drawers, msde from a good qual
ity of cotton. They are tucked and hemstitched, and the
price is only 25c.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE.
Most everyone knows that we kind we sell gives sat
isfaction. The price is 15c per pair or two pairs for 25c.
127 North Main St.
The "finishing touches" of life are made up of the "ex
tras." The best "table effects" are made by using our
Olive Oil, the purest Luca, per bottle, . .... 25c
Salad Oil, per bottle, . . . . . . 10c
Slack's Salad Cream, contains co oil, per bottle, . 25c
Armour's Tomato Bouilon, per bottle, . . .25c
Pure Strained Honey, per pint bottle, . . 25c
Heinz Mustard Dressing, something new, per pint, . 25c
We have the grandest of all-round Flours, "LILY
WHITE," at only $5.25 per barrel.
Sowden & Lyon,
North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
Gty Fish Matkct,
C. W. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor.
The Mattress Question!
When considering this question it will pay you to Investigate
our "HAIR-AND-FELT" at $12.00 each. You will like it
better than all hair. We have all the other grades of Mat
tresses from $3.00 to $20.00 each. All goods as represented
or your money.back.
A. W. Badger & Co.,
Furniture, Carpets, Etc. - Morse Block, Barre, Yt.
Undertakers! 23rB!tderScAe. Funeral Directors!
House, 159-21. TELEPHONE Store, 137-11.
Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice.
II LOT OF WRAPPERS JUST RECEIVED
75 Cents to $1.50 Each.
Shirt Waists made for 50 cents when tht nuterials are
purchased of us. Dresses made for I3.00 a suit.
BARBERRI & POLONGHINI,
341 North Main St., Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont.
THE SOUTH END MARKET
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, VEAL, '
Lamb, Ham, Bacon, Tripe, Sausage, Lard and Salt Pork.
Fancy and staple Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables. As low
prices as consistent with good quality. Prompt service and
courteous treatment. Rebate Checks for cash. We are
pleasing our customers. Let us please you.
PARSONS & SKINNER, Props,
The cho;cest of the dairy isn't too good for you.
Our aim is for excellence and we insure you satisfac
tion. We stake our reputation on the excellence of
these goods. Try our Star Batter, only 23c per lb.
115 South Main Street,
Green Sage Cheese, old.
Finest Full Cream New Cheese in town. Come
in and sample them.
Packages "Ready Bits" and one of "Power," 3
Be sure and notice trades in this space each week.
L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Park,
Coffee and Tea.
Have you tried ours? Best in town. We
ought to know good teas or coffees.
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