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Saturday Bargains, July 25
Neck Ribfcons, JOc Per Yard.
One lot of Washable Neck. Ribbons three inches wide, in
white, blue, pink, red ane yellow, worth 15c per yard. We sell
them on Saturday, July 25th, far only 10c per yard.
Ladies' Shirt Waists, 49c Each.
Here is your opportunity to buy a Shirt Waist worth fi.oo
for only 49c. One lot of Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists in very
pretty stripes, neatly plaited and tucked. These are the Acorn
Brand, guaranteed to fir. To close this lot we make the price
on Saturday only 49c each.
Black Sateen Petticoats, $1.25 Each.
One lot of Ladies Black Sateen Petticoats that were $2.00
and $2.25 to close on Saturday at. $1.25. . A genuine bargain.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
PERRY & CAMP,
71 and 75 Main Street, - - - Barre, Vermont,
to
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Anything That is Contained in An
Up-to-Date Furniture and Carpet House?
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If you do, we have a complete NEW line we would
k 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.
Park Block.
(Telephone Connection)
Undertakers and Funeral Directors.
For Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus
and all ills of a like nature take
Rexall Blackberry Cordial
A medicine pleasant to the taste and effi
cient in operation. Price, 25 cents.
Red Cross Pharmacy,
160 North Main St., Barre, Vt.
RICKERT & WELLS, Props.
A 'Record Breaker!
We have frozen 1400 quarts of our Famous
rig
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from July 1st to July 14th. All flavors,
by the pint, quart or gallon, at
The Barre Candy Kitchen.
New -'Commode' Sels
LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST IN.
Ten and Twelve -Piece Sets at
from $2.75 to $10.00 per set.
Come in and Look Them Over.
Boston Bargain Store,
Pearl Street, Barre, Vt.
C. N. Kenyon & Co.
William Avers went to Kast Muutjelipr
today.
Virgil A vers went to Burlington last
night.
Jixspi h Catto left last night for Buffalo,
N. Y.
Miss Mary McDonald has gone to Chel
sea for a visit.
Antonio KossS left this morning for
(tnlney, Mass.
A Union card was put into the B. D
Tomasl etore today.
Vt. K. Young of Bradford was In the city
yesterday on business.
Miss Iua Davison has cone to Spring
field, Mass., to visit friends.
Wise King Flour makes Bread that is
delicious, appetizing and wholesome.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gauthier went to
Waterbury last night to spend Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I Currier went to
Bradford this morning to visit friends.
Mr. and.. Mrs. Eugene O'Brien went to
Waterbury this morning to spend Sunday.
William Olliver and family went to
Highgate Springs today for a week's outing-
Mrs. G. II. Anker returned home last'
night from a several weeks' visit in Wa
terford, X. 1".
Denis Campbell arrived In the city last
night from Berlin, X. II., for a few weeks'
visit with frieuds.
Miss Louise Calder and Mrs. Georgia
Aborn and child have gone to Ilardwick
for a week's visit,
Remember that 40 cent candy In full
pound boxes for 2) cents at the Ked Cross
Bhariuaey Saturday.
Bemember that 40 cent candy in full
pound boxes for 29 cents, at the Ked Cross
Pharmacy Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Williams and Mr.
and Mrs. William Olliver went to High
gate this morning to remain over Sunday.
Miss Kiunia Whitehead is working as
bookkeeper In the Union Mutual Fire In
surance company's office at Montpelier, as
extra help. j
A home investment. The capital stock
of The People's National bank of Barre, j
$100 per share. Subscribe now at Prindle
& Averill's.
Pliny Cutler, clerk In the new Savings
Bank, returned last ntght from a two
weeks vacatatlon spent at his home In
l'lainfield.
Rev. Mr. Henry of Morristown, Penn.,
who is visiting in the city, conducted the
mid-week services at the Congregational
church last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robins, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Ilar
ley L. Averill left this morning for a
month's stay at Tenant's Harbor, Me.
A party cmisisting of Gould More, G.
H. Papellarry Reams, Misses Lucy Cum-
ings, Ldna Terry, Alice Rape and Mrs. L.
R. Rickert weut to Illghgate yesterday to
remain over Sunday.
Mrs. John Mitchell, who has been visit
ing her brother and sister, James E. Ross
and Mrs. James Fraser, for the past
month, leaves tomorrow for her home in
Aberdeen, Scotland.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Xorthrop, Miss
Mary Stimson and Miss Marjorie Burbank
of Montpelier left this morning for Greens
boro pond, where they will spend a week
at Miss Stimson s cottage.
Mrs. R. D. Morrison, who was called to
Barre several weeks ago by the death of
her father, John Smith, and who since
then has been the guest of her sister, Mrs,
John Maiden, has returned to Keith,
r. i.
James Murray of East Montpelier was
in court this morning having been ar
rested by Officer Wood last night for In
toxication. He pleaded guiltv and was
fined f.5 with costs of $8.14. Ue will take
ten days in jail.
Invitations have been issued for the re
view and dress parade of 1st Regiment In
fantry, V. X. (., which takes place at the
state camp grounds, adjoining Fort Ethan
Allen, at 2.1)0 Thursday afternoon, August
13, Governor s Day.
The funeral services of the late Mrs.
Louise Watson will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock, from her old home
4."r North Main street, Rev. J. Edward
Wright of Montpelier officiating. The
burial will be in Elmwood cemetery.
While their sheds are closed today and
tomorrow, Burke Bros, are improving the
opportunity to install a CO horse power
elpctrio motor to replace a 30 horse power,
which the rapid growth of their business
has made inadequate to the demands upon
it.
James Turner of Montpelier. and ('has.
Chllds of Morrisville, were taken to Rut
land yesterday by Deputy Fitzgerald and
Oilier Durkee took II. C. Gilbert of Wa
terbury to the house of correction at Rut
land to serve sentences of three months
each for furnishing.
The ladies are anxious to see 50 little
girls at the sewing school at the Univer
salis! church, 2 30 to 3.80 Saturday after
noon. We have a class of 2o already.
Anyone can take lessons on fancy work
for 10 cents an hour. Will some of the
ladies come and assist.
Auction this evening and Saturday
afternoon and evening at 2 and 7 o'clock.
One Estey organ In fine condition, one
mantle bed with large mirror in front, cost
N-. and a large line of furniture. Must
be sold at the city auction rooms on the
above date. O. II. Hale, auctioneer.
The funeral of John Girard took place
at 8.30 yesterday morning from the house
and at 1) o'clock from St. Augustine's
church Montpelier, where a re'juiem mass
was sung, Rev. Wr. J. O'Sullivan being
the celebrant. Fr. O'Sullivan offered a
short prayer at the house, and at the
church during the service, made a few
touching remarks on the life of the de
ceased as a true son of the church.
Mrs. Sarah L. Hyde and Mrs. DeL.
Harbauch, her daughter, have arrived in
Montnelier from Seattle, Wash., and are
at the home of K. D. Hyde. Madame
Hyde has been In Seattle two years with
her daughter, and notwithstanding her SO
years enjoys good health. She will re
main with her son, and Mrs. Harbaugh
will stav in Montpelier until fall, when
she goes back to her home. Madame Hyde
has been across the continent eight times
but there is no place like Montpelier she
Fays.
John I.aveuty went to St. Albans U
Camp went to North lieM
Dr. C. F.
afternoon.
Fred King returned
in Cabot.
day.
this
today from a visit
Miss Jennie Beede went to Springfield,
Mass., today.
Dr. and Mrs. A. If. Lewis returned last
night from Boston.
Harry Baldwin returned last night from
a week's visit in Boston. .
The Methodist Sunday school children!
went to Dewey Park this morning to hold
a picuio.
Mrs. M. S. Bixby, who has been visit
ing friends in the city, left this morning
for Webster, Mass.
Mrs. S. E. Xorcross, who has been vis
iting at Frank Rowland's went to Marh
held this afternoon on a visit.
Mrs. A. M. Smith of West Concord was
In the city today on her way from Wil
liamstown where she has been visiting.
The Barre Junior base ball team will play
a Graniteville team on the Trotting park
tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. A
good game is expected. Admission, 10
cents.
Charles Kenyon, Charles McDonald,
Fred Beckley, Ernest Worthen, Misses
Blanche Bradford, Joanna Parks, Nellie
Stonghton, Florence Parker and Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Holmes went to Berlin pond
today where they will spend a week in the
Bond cottage. -
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Saturday's Special, Another
Popular Offering in Wrappers.
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Would vou like to select two Muslin Wrappers for
price of one? Certainly one of these cool-Wrappers would add
much to any woman's comfort on a hot August day.
We are not offering in this sale cheap Wrappers, bought at
price for a special sale, hut regular stock goods Wrappers
that have been our best sellers this season. Owing to the con
tinued cool weather the demend has not been as great as usual,
hence our overstock.
We will offer for Saturday, July 25th, our entire stock of
light, cool Wrappers, consisting of lawns and dimities and made
up in a variety cf popular patterns. They are good values at
the regular prices, which have been i.oo, $125 and 1.50 each,
Special snap for Saturday, only 79c each.
A. P. ABBOTT &' CO.
The AHntro at Skntfimr.
Seattle, Wash., July 24. A dispatch
from Skagiiny says the United States
fish commission steamer Albatross,
having- on board In David Starr Jor
dan and his scientific associates, Is in
port. Members of the scientific corps
report Hint the deep sea work has been
very interesting and from a scientific
gtandpoint very valuable.
Convicted Murderer Appeal. "
Albany, N. Y., July 21. Notice of Ap
peal to the court of appeals has been
filed in the case of William Itodewald,
sentenced to die at Auburn prinon in
the week beginning Aug. 3. Rodewald
was convicted of the murder of Jesse
F. Bayer at West Salamanca April 7.
The appeal acts as a stay of execution.
Remember that the place to buy oil
stoves, ice cream freezers, hammocks,
window screens, screen doors, etc., is at
the Boston Bargain fctore.
Black Petticoats of the highest quality
at Vaughans, Saturday, at 08 cents np to
Every woman will need one of those
black petticoats at yaughan's Saturday.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
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-
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ers or this season s raas.
Handsome well-made Shirts at 1 00 that'll make a dollar
bill proud of itself.
The Summerist of Neckwear materials, shapes and patterns,
25c to 1.00.
Underwear that's next to nothing in weight, Be!t, 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.
WAXTKD Two donkey PriKinfcrs. Mii't
have exporienre. Work at" fielluw Fail. The
!cent of the International I 'a per . will be at
the City Hotel at o'clock tins evening. tl
EVERYBODY WHO READS
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Will find at the Barre Book Store something of
interest. The Litest Novels, the Magazines of the
Jay, the popular Fiction in cheap editions and
the right Books at the right prices are here.
BARRE BOOK STORE,
CHAS. A. Smil, Proprietor,
Gordon Block. 140 North Main St.
WANTED.
One gang of Granite Cutters
and one Tool Sharpener fo
Barre City. Apply on Monday
at Vermont Granite Co.'s office,
Barre, Vt.
Arthur McMuften & Co.
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. Litera
ture furnished on application.
DR. R. P. EVANS,
Osteopathic Fhyskan.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. ni. and 1.30 to 5 p. in.
Room 4. Horse Bldg., Main St., Barre.
BASE BALL MITTS
From 25o np. Athletic Goods at
low prices. We handle the lead
ing makes only. Give us a call.
The AVERILL MUSIC CO,
Are Yoa Thinking of the Furnishings
Yoa'II Need This Sammer ?
gs!
- FRANK McWHORTER,
One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men s Outfitter.
ft
The People's National Bank of Barre."
Capital Stoefc, - $100,000.
Subscriptions for above Stock,
Par Value - - - $ 00.00 Per Share,
be received by Miss Keith at Prindle & Averill's!
limited time. Infoimation and application blanksO
may be obtained of any of the following named gentlemen.
INCORPORATORS.
CW.Melcher, S. D. Allen, Chas. W. Averill, F.D.Ladd,
W. D. Smith, . A. J. Young, L. J. Bolster, F. N. Braley, Ira C. Calef.
Will
for a
An advertisement in the Times
will bring sure results.
MORE REASONS WH
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT LADD'S.
' Grocery Department.
Because yoa an buy Force for . . . . . 12c
Because you can buy one dozen packages of Force for . $1.35
Best Maine Corn, per can, . . . . . 10c
A good Corn at three cans for . : . . 25c
Nice large Bananas, per dozen, . . . . . 25c
Black Currants, very scarce, per basket, . . . 15c
Bakery Department.
Our Brown Bread and Baked Beans trade is larger
every Saturday, but we are making preparations to meet the
demand this week.
Meat Department.
Bunch Beets, fresh pulled every morning, per bunch, . . 5c
New Potatoes, per peck, . . " . . 38c
The best Melons yet, whole, per pound, 2 J-2c ; cut, . . 3c
Native Spring Lamb is at its best now.
We close out all cut pieces of Meat Saturday night.
F. D. LADD, Leadidg - Cash Gfocen

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