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This department is stocked with suggestions for Accor dion, Plated, Shirred and Smocked Garments. " Your Summer Coat? Yes I Linen, Crash cr Pongee will be found just right for the purpose. August Standard Patterns of Coats will give you the style required. . . THE DESIGNER When you come in buy the Designer for August. Ten cents a copy or 80c per year. TALK OF THE TOWN. PERRY & CAMP, 71 and 75 Main Street, Barre, Verrrcnt, 1 Jj)o Yon Want Anything That is Contained in An ' Up-to-Date Furniture and Carpet House? ) 1 If (.-!. 1(1 t ' "J 11 . :t 4 ;5 If you do, we have a complete NEW line we would be pleased to show you. If you are building a new house don't forget that we have the largest line of WALL PAPER we have ever shown. Look our stock over. B. W. Hooker & Co., Park Block. (Telephone Connection) Undertakers and Funeral Directors. For Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus and all ills of a like nature take tall Blackberry Mia A medicine pleasant to the taste and effi cient in operation. Price, 25 cents. Red Cross Pharmacy, J 60 North Slain St., Barre, Vt. RICKERT & WELLS, Props. A Record BreaKer ! We have frozen 1400 quarts of our Famous CI I ) ' A from July 1st to July . 14th. All flavors, by the pint, quart or gallon, at The Barre Candy Kitchen. Everything in Its Season! " "r w r 'lliil'l frrTV f NOW is the time you need a Summer Stove. Our ROYAL BLUE FLAME STOVE is reasonable in price, easy to operate, safe and odor less. Prices, $7.50 to $12.50. Also UNION Wick Stoves at 50c, $J.OO and $1.50 and FLORENCE Wick Stoves at 75c, $1.50 and $2.25. Ice Cream freezers, Screens, Hammocks, Croquet Sets. Boston Bargain Store, Pearl Street, Barre, Vt. C. N. Kenyoa & Co. TALK OF THE TOWN. I). A. Perry went to Calais today. Alfred Cadger left last iiibt for 'ew York to work. C. A. Pliimley of XorthfielJ was in the city today on business. Mrs. L. II. Hooker is quite sick at her home on Hooker Hill. Ezra White is confined to the house to day w ith a slight illness. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Wells and daughter returned today from Saratoga, X. Y. A union store card was plaeed last night n the store of Polonghiul & Barberri. Wise King Flour makes Bread that Is delicious, appetizing and wholesome. George and John Sibley of South Royal- ton, are visiting their sister, Mrs. C. C. Oriswold. Mhs Bessie Thwina returned from P.ox- bury last Light to visit in the city for a few dc". With their truly rustic simplicity Mont pelier banks closed at noon today in honor of the circus. The Granite Polishers will hold their regular meeting Wednesday evening at 7.30 in tarpeuters can. The Barre Opera House Orchestra of six pieces has been engaged to furnish music for the clerks excursion. William Downie returned last night from a three weeks' visit with his sister, Mrs. James Boss, in Ilardwick. Arthur Pike of Marshfield, was in the city yesterday taking orders for the sta tionery supplies for the seminary. Those who went to Montpelier this morning to see the circus parade, pro nounce it the finest they ever witnessed. Mr. and Mrs, F. II. Berry of Stoneham, Mass., and Miss Flora Cor win of Chelsea are visiting jur. ana airs, u, u, woodruff. The Montpelier Military Band will give a concert from the City Park In this city on Thursday evening shortly after 8 o'clock. Ion Smith of Montpelier, was in the city last night on the way to his hemie in Washington to spend a two weeks' vaca Thomas Suitor who is sick with blood poisoning remains in a serious condition yet but the doctors are entertaining hopes of his recovery. A party of young people chaperoned by Mrs. A. S. Martin, had an enjoyable time at the Barre Golf club last evening. A chaiing dish snpper was served. C. L. Bugbee brought home with him from llighgate yesterday 100 pcuuds of pickerel, which he generously portioned out among his workmen last night. Todav, July 21, the anniversary of the death of Robert Burns is remembered by the Burns club of this city by the hanging ox wreaths about the Burns monument. The Barre Rangers will meet for prac tice In the I rotting Park tonight at a. 30. There will be a special meeting after prac tice important business. By order of ex eeutive committee. A petition in bankruptcy was filed yes- terday bv Charles Johnston, a stone evitter of Barre. His liabilities are $t)5.. 31 and his assets 11,314, of which f-1,220 are claimed exempt. The final meeting in the matter of Jo seph Jacoues, of Barre Town, Earl R. Davis trustee, was held Saturday after noon In bankruptcy court, and adjourn ment taken for two weeks. Jones Bros., granite dealers, shipped t carload of 7000 pounds of stone to New York today through the American F.xpress companv. The shipment was to the New England Granite company. F. O. Sherman of Montpelier, was the only man to appear in city court today, he having been arrested last night by Oflicer Hamel. Sherman pleaded guilty to the charge of intoxication and was lined with costs of $$.19. Instead of paying he will take 10 days in Jail. " A team from Woodbury defeated the Ilardwick'a at baseball Saturday after noon in Woodbury by a score of 5 to 4 This is the second time this season. Hard v. ick has been defeated by her old time rival. The Ilardwick team is scheduled to plav the Barre team in this city next Saturday afternoon. The Montpelier and Wells River rail road has built a station near the Montpe lier camp at Groton pond, being situated about half way down the wind, and two miles and a half from the Grot on pond station. It will be a great convenience to the campers. The station was set in po sition yesterday and has beeu named "Rocky Point." The blessing of the statue ot St. Yin cent de Paul occurred at St. Augustine's church, Montpelier, Sunday evening. 1 h members of the society which presented the statue to the church attended the services In a body and occupied seats in the middle aisle. After the services and blessing of the statue Rev. W. J. O'Snl- livan cave an interesting instruction ou the life of St. Vincent de Faul. A largely attended meeting of the Church of the Messiah of Montpelier, Sun day evening dUonrsed the resignation of Rev. J. E. Wright and finally decided to refer the matter to the executive commit tee to confer with Mr. Wright and see if he could not be prevailed on to withdraw his resignation, On the executive com mittee are G. L. Blanchard, J. E. Good nough, F. B. Thomas, Mrs. Ella Brown Bailey and Miss Belle Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Adelaide Corbell have just returned from Manchester, N. II., where they met their daughter, Melvina, who recently left home to marry Frank Rionx of that place. They were happy to find that her marriage had been blessed and the excommunication removed, which they had incurred by being married out side of their own church. Mr. and Mrs. Rionx are expected to return to Barre in the near future to live with Mr. and Mrs. Corbeil ou Hillside avenue." The funeral of Mrs. George A. Spear, who died at her home in East Montpelier Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, was held yesterday afternoon at two o'clock from her late home, Rev. J. Edward Wright officiating. . Burial was in the Cutler cem etery. The deceased was 54 years of age and died from the effects of a cancer in the stomach. She is survived by a hns band, George A., who is engaged in the mill business in Montpelier.two sons, Har ley and Martin, and and daughter, Mrs. Arthur M. Stratton. Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Camp went to Plain field today on a visit. T. G. Carswell went to Xorthficki this afternoon ou business Mrs. C. Brown left this noon for Ran dolph where she will visit relatives Laura Westcott began her summer vacation from A. P. Abbott's this week. H. A. Dubnc, a Montpelier coal dealer, received about 700 tons of coal last week. Miss Josephine Dyer of Concord, N. II., s visiting friends in the city for a few weeks. Mrs, James Farrell Murray went to White day on a visit Andrew Willey returned to Sharon to day, after being in the city to attend the funeral of his brother. and Mrs. W. A. River Junction to- r d A Few of the Many Specials That You'll Find At Otir Mid-Summer Qearance Sale I Mrs. J. W. Ilolton arrived in the city last night from Springfield, Mass., for a few weeks' visit. Miss Celia Fienier is working in the Barre Candy Kitchen during the absence -of Miss Camel ia Buzzi. Mr. and Mrs. George Milne and Mr3. John Jones went to Old Orchard beach to day to spend the summer. All members of R. C. I. P. A. are re quested to read a special notice ou first page of this paper In regard to excursion August 12. L. C. Coffin, who was burned on (he quarry at W ebstervllle a few weeks ago, was able to return to work again Tuesday morning. Lelioy Shipman of Burlington arrived n town yesterday afternoon and will be the guest of Clarence F. Worthen for a short time. The Hedding M. E. church Sunday- school will have a picnic at Dewey park on Friday. Take car that leaves church at t:15 A. M. The Bovs' chorus of the Congregational church will have a baseball game tonight on the gospel village grounds at 0 o'clock providing it does not rain. William Colombe, an employe at the P.izl shed, had his right hand mangled yesterday by its being caught in a grind stone. One linger was amputated. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Coffin and daughter, "elma, and his nephew, Adrian Taylor of Barre, went to Calais camping at Black Bass pond Saturday morning returning Monday. Barnum & Bailey's circus only gave an afternoon exhibition at White River Junc tion and came to Montpelier last evening. They had their tents all np this morning at O.iiO. Prof. A. W. Keene has been engaged to drill the boys' choir of the Baptist church. The first rehearsal will be held tonight at Prof. Keene's studio, 300 N. Main street, at 7.30. After the rehearsal of the boys there will be a special drill lor all young neople of the church from 8 until o'clock. Per order E. M. Lewis, director. The outlook for a good football team at the seminary this fall Is very encouraging Seven men who played on the team last vear are expected back and there are sev eral new students who will make good players, under the eilicient coaching of Caiitain Hamilton, who will coach the team throughout the month of September, Montpelier Journal. Dotted Swiss Muslin of good quality, in light and dark colors, good value at 1 5c, in this sale at 9c per yard. Torchon Lace Effects, Thistle Downs, Dimities in lace and scroll pattern effects, values i2j and 15c, this sale at 9c a yard. Vavara Lace Dimities in a fine collection of colors, stripes and fancy scrolls, worth 11)$ and 15c per yard, to close in this sale at only 9c per yard. . Black and White Thin Goods, such as Point Mechlin, Dotted Swiss and Holly Batiste, which are good values at 15c, in this sale at c per yard. ' A few of those Extra Wide Blcnham Zephyrs, fine qual ity and fast color; worth 25c, in this sale at J5c per yard. Ladies' Suits and Jackets! Remember we are making special deep cut prices on all Suits and Jackets. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. The nnmilnns. Thirteen In every 1,000 Ilussians are nobles, nine are clergy and fifty-three soldiers. Hardy MtiKiiuitoe. Mosquitoes are known to live through the winter, awakening with the first warmth. Many larvae survive repeated freezing and thawing. Cfoxxv ' JfUiiir iOiXS Jxxxi jjivi Are Yot Thinking of the Furnishings Yoa'H Need This Summer? Well, they're here all the right sort of Furnishings to go with good clothing. Negligee Shirts, the figured and white pleated, and all oth ers of this season's fads. Handsome well-made Shirts at $1 00 that'll make a dollar bill proud of itself. . . The Summcrist of Neckwear materials, shapes and patterns, 25c to 1.00. . Underwear that's next to nothing in weight, Belts, Pajamas and Suit Cases. Panama and all the new braids in Straw Hats at from 25c to 5.00 each. Worth goes with beauty here. Furnishings must be of the very latest styles and highest grades to find shelf room here. FRANK McWHORTER, One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. TO KENT A fnrnislieci front room Morse lilm k. Inquire mi third tlimr. in the lOStf TO KENT until paid fur. cottairt' house m ar Bi'c kli'y ftivct, alwmt 3 iniimtw;ilk from Jlain street.' It ix in cd rejmir, and ready for no eupnnov. Korfull pnrtioulars, itKjiiii e at the . A. lYrTy;Ki'alFj.t;ite Agency, lotf HOl'SKHOLO iOHs roil SALE A)ydy to 511. Kemp, 14 Mount fit. W ANTE I llct-kett U. A fow Mime cutters, (irraremi, Willinmxtown, Vt. OSTEOPATHY Announcement. I will be at my Office in the Morse Block, Main St. Barre, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Satur days, and in Waterbury on Tuesdays and Fridays. I shall be pleased to meet all who may be interested in this new method of therapeutics. Litcra ture furnished on application. DR. R. P. EVANS, i Osteopathic Physicanv" Hours: 9 to 12 a. nu and 1.80 to 5 p. m. Eoom 4, Morse Bldf., Sain St., Barre. Photo Bargains! ALL NEW GOODS. BEST QUALITY, One-half pint of Paste 10c 4 by 5 Glass Trays 10c 4 by 5 Rubber Trays 15c 5 by 7 Rubber Trays 25c Eight punces Toning Solution 15c $1.00 Dark Room Lamp 75c 4 by 5 Photo Holders 42c S by 7 Photo Holders 59c AVERILL MUSIC CO. "The People's National Bank of Barre." Capital Stock, - $100,000. Subscriptions for above Stock, Par Value - - - $i 00.00 Per Share, Will be received by Miss Keith at Prindie & Averill's for a limited time. Infoimation and application blanks may be obtained of any of the following named gentlemen. IN CORPORATORS. C. W. Mclchcr, S. D. Alien, Chas. W. Averill, F, D. Ladd, W. D. Smith, A. J. Young, L. J. Bolster, F. N. Braley, Ira C. Calef. SOME REASONS WHY IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT LADD'S. Because you can 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 Pork Sausage, three pounds for . . Try our Home-made Pressed Corned Beef, per pound, Large, Ripe Cantaloupes, each, . . . Rebate Checks With All Purchases. 12c $1.35 10c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c . 33c 25c 6c 6c 22c 22c 18c " 30c 15c 5c F. D. LADD, Leading Cash Groccn