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Big Reduction on Ladies' Suits!
In order to close out the balance of Suits now on hand (we have just twelve left), we have made a deep cut in prices. Take advantage of this cut at once. Tomorrow may be too late. Fotff Suits made of Etamine, in black and navy blue, made and trimmed in the latest style. The regular price of these Suits was $ 1 7,00. Reduced to $U,75. Six Suits in black, navy, grey and castor that sold for $11.50 and $12.50. Reduced to $3.50. Two Salts in mixed Homespun that were ? 13.50 each. Reduced to only $9.00. Five Silk Jackets, worth 5.50 each, reduced to $3.75. 71 PERRY & CAMP, and 75 Main Street, - - - Barre, Vermont, o Yon 1 Want . 1 I Anything That is Contained in An Up-to-Date Farnxtare and Carpet House? - i 'l !!!-' 1 i 4 -Jii- Si's If you be pleased house don't PAPER we w- Vi ,0.- - I - do, we have a complete NEW line we would to show you. If you are building a new forget that we have the largest line of WALL have ever shown. Look our stock over. B. W Hooke? &, Co., Park Block. (Telephone Connection) Undertakers and Fimeral Directors. TALK OF THE TOWN. EAST BARRE. Gents' Furnishings 1 Are Yotf Thinking of the Furnishings YoaU Need This Summer? Well, they're here all the right sort of Furnishings to go with good clothing. Negligee Shirts, the figured and white pleated, and all oth ers of this season's fads. Handsome well-made- Shirts at f$l 00 that'll make a dollar bill proud of itself. The Summerist of Neckwear materials, shapes and patterns, 25ctoS1.00. Underwear that's next to nothing in weight, Belts, Panamas and Suit Cases. f 111.1 i i . Tt. r ranama ana an tne new oraias in straw nats at rrom 25c to S5.00 each. Worth goes with beauty here. Furnishings must be of the very latest styles and highest grades to find shelt room here. FRANK McWHORTER, One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter. For Diarrhea, 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. RICKEKT & WELLS, Props. cw Commode 2 LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST IN. Is 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. E. A. Iiisbee went to Monisville IhU morning. Wallace Mayville weut to Burlington yesterday. Mrs. II. J. Smith went to Burlington this morning. Born, July 20, to Mr. and Mrs. 1'eter Lavery, a son. W. F. .Stevens went to Waterbury tbi3 uiorninaon business. John Mack ie arrived home last night from Saranae, N. Y. Company E boys are having target prac tice at the range today. C. S. Andrews is expected back from Detroit, Mich., Monday. Harry Baldwin weut to lichgate this morning to spend Sunday. The Presbyterian Sunday school will meet at 12 o'clock tomorrow. A fine field glass to be sold at auction at the city auction rooms this evening. Wise King Flour makes Bread that Is delicious, appetizing and wholesome. John Fraser went to his hnnie In Burl ington this morning to spend Sunday. There will be a meeting of the drawing school tomorrow morning ut 10 o'clock. Mm. C. G. Mascott returned last night from a several days' visit in Burlington. benny Campbell is to be employed as tailor iu Boyea's tailor shop in this city. Charles Bryant, travelling agent for the Chicago & Northwestern railroad, is in the city. Frank Jackson and family returned to day from a two weeks' vacation at Greens? boro poud. Mrs. T. L. Snow and her mother, Mrs. Ilealey went to Bradford this morning to visit friends. The Iriqaois Tribe of Bed Men are holding their annual picnic at Caledonia park today. B. A. Hoar and L. K. Kickert fro to HihVate tonight, to spend Sunday with their families. Attorney Frank Martin has changed his residence from Summer street to 102 Washington street. , Meetings as usual at the Salvation Ar my barracks tomorrow. Ensign Owens of Montreal in charge. Tom Mclntoph returned last night from Manchester, X. H., to spend bis vacation at his home in this city. George Wiltshire ' and John Lainson, clerks in Homer Fitts store, leave tonight for a two week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Kenyon returned this afternoon from their carriage drive in the northern part of the State, i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ilolilies will not chaperone a party of young people at Ber lin Bond as stated in yesterday's paper. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Stebbins of St. Johnsbury arrived in the city t"day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. . Kenyon. George Hill of Berlin was found not guilty of intoxication, in the Montpelier city court, yesterday. Hill had a jury trial. The largest crowd of golf players of the season was at the Barre Golf Club links yesterday, nearly forty being registered on the club record. Cate's Real Estate anency has sold for Walter GrlSfin of South Barre, his resi dence, to John II. Worcester, for a con sideration of 2,000. Mrs. F. M. Smith and son, who have been visiting at A, J. Shaekley's tor sev eral weeks, returned to their home lu Campbello, Mass., today. Henry Wescott of the Montpelier branch of the Bot.ton Bargain Store, with Mrs. Wescott will spend the next two weeks at his former home in Peru, 5 Y. The two stores in the new Currier block in the end towards lVarl street have been leased by C. X. Kenyan & Co., pp- prietors of the Boston Bargain store. They will occupy the new stores Octo ber 1. Deibert Sctibner of Barre and JCiss I.nuv L.. daughter of Mr. and Mis. W. 1 Flint of Randolph, were married in Kast Braititree Saturday evening by the iilev. K. H. Abererombie. Randolph Herald aii'i News. Enslgoor Ernest W. Owens, Cashier of the East Ontario and 'Quebec Province, a former officer of the Earre Corps will con duct meetings in Saltation Army hall.Sat- urdav niuht and all day Sunday, &j-2! of July. Everyone welcome. 'Veale & Knight have leased the tore in the new Currier bkck next to the express ot'ioe. The store will be 28slW inside, and will give theminueh better accommo dations for the display of goods than their present store. They will occupy the store October 1. Kin tho Ttandnl'ih Herald and News "Dr." Francis Eatn has lately lost forty out oi ioriy-nve uuiumih uhuusu vug ucjj redations of a couple of 6kunk8 that at hist took even the old hen, rather knock ing the bottom out of the poultry busi liess.'' Mr unit Vra.Kvrfctt Flood have lust re turned from Newbvry where they went to attena lae lunerai oi me ionuei s xauier, who was found dead in bed last Monday, louth havlmr nanlt(i1 from heart failure. The funeral was held Tuesday and Elder John wriKutoi xopsnam uutumieu. o.ix. the funeral director. The deceased, who was "2 yerrs old, leaves eight children, six sons and two daughters. Five of the sons are married and all had their wives at the funeral. There are 27 grandchildren and M of them attended the funeral. The display of flowers was very beautiful. Interment was in New bury. A PtirU Statue of Byron. Taris is to hnve statue of Byrwn from the chisel of M. Jean tie Char tnoy,' who tins made notable monu ments of Uaiidolair', Sainte-Bouve nnd Alfred de Yigny. His new work is a commission from the Byron committee Initiated by Sir Edmund Monson and M. Jules Claretle and including the Dnchesse d'Uzea, the Piicliesse de Ilo hnn. the Comtesse de Xoilles, tho Com. tesse Grefrullie, Mine. Sarah Bern hardt, M. Mounet-Sully, M. Edmond Rostand, M. Sardou, M. Anatole Franco. M. Francois Coppee, M. Sully rrudhomme and Sir Henry Irving. Stewart Moore Is again on the sick list, under the care of Dr. McArthur. Harry McAllister is in town helping his brother Arthur for three weeks. A. C. Coleman came from Ea.t Orange this evening, to spend Sunday at his horns here. The choir of the Congregational church have their rehearsals on Thursday even ing Instead of Friday, this being the most convenient one for the majority of the members. Roy Coleman is still working at Frank Waterman's, heluinor them cet in their hay. Mrs. Sullivan and two of her children went to Barre Wednesday, to aid in the celebration of the birthday of her mother. Mrs. Will. Morrison, who lives there. A pretty wedding took place in St. Syl vester Church on Monday morning at 8 o'clock when Mabel Compeau was united in marriage to Henry Mavo. The bride was dressed in cream colored silk, and was well supported by Emma Mayo, who was dressed in green muslin. The groom was supported by Will. Compeau. In the evening a dance was held iu their honor in Forester's hall here. Presents, many and varied, were brought to the hall and bore testimony to the esteem in which the' bride was held by her many friends. Peter Dubov and his wife furnished ex cellent mu.sio and '-all went merry as a marriage belb'' 1 Ens Cake making precepts. Here's a Lot of Undcrrnuslins at Wonderfully Little Pri CSS Swet miik ruakca heavy cake; sour milk makes light, spongy cake. ' To have j our cake line grained beat thoroughly after the flour is added. When a cake cracks open while bak ing the recipe contains too much (lour. The smaller the cake the hotter Should the oven be. Large, rich cakes require slow baking. Grease cake pans with lard or drip pings, as butter is likely to make the Cake stick on Recount of the salt in it. Atred Coin, la Lump of Coal. While unloading soft coal the oth er day at Lacrosse, Wis., William Oberst dropped a huge chunk on bis foot, says the Chicago Record-Herald. The lump broke, and from it rolled a quaint coin nneient lu design and rude ly wrought from native copper. It i9 of the size of a common half dollar, but has no milled edges and is somewhat thicker. The markings are peculiar and have not been interpreted by any one jet. The coal in which it was iin bedded was from fl mine In Illinois. - ' " " I'll per Milin. The earliest Europend paper mills were at Falrlauo. In Italy, in 1130. The Arabs first introduced the secret of pa- pir making into Europe, they them selves having learned it from Chinese prisoners of war. Remember that the place to buy oil stoves, ice cream freezers, hammocks, window screens, screen doors, etc, is at the Boston Bargain Store. For the next few days we will offer some exceptionally good values in Ladies' Gotton Underwear. The prices asked will not pay for the material in them. You csnnot afford to miss this sale if in need of Undermuslins. Lot No. t Consists of Ladies' Night Robes made of-fine quality muslin and nainsook, in both round and square, plain tucked, hemstitched tucked and lace beading yoke, trimmed with fine val and torchon lace edge. Also a few hamburg trimmed Robes. Former prices 67c, $J 00 and $J 25 each. 72Z All go in at this sale at the same price, only - Lot No. 2 Ladies' good quality Cotton Robes, made good and full, nicely finished, both round and square yoke, trimmed with val lace edge and insertion, also lace bead- T ing and hemstitched yoke. Good value at - - - Lot No. 3 Ladies' Umbrella Pants, made of good qual ity muslin, deep ruffle, trimmed with val insertion and edge, a so wide tucked ruffle, trimmed with fine bow knot pattern E lace, good value at 40 and 49c In this sale at - Lot No. 4 Ladies' fine quality Muslin Skirts, trimmed with three rows of cluny lace insertion, with wide T 4 O cluny edge and dust rufftV, worth $J.75, at only Hr ' p ' Good quality Muslin Skirts, deep flounce and dut ruffle, with one row of torchon insertion and edge. For this r sale at the little price of - - - - - "' Lot No- 5 A few French Style Hamburg Edge Corset Covers that have been selling for . 50 and $2 00 QQ each. To close at only - ... - xUC- Lot No 6 Qdd lot of hamburg and lace trim- .A med Corset Covers, worth 57c add $1.00, to close at One lot Ladies' Black Mercerized Skiits, the reg- 07 ular $J. 25 quality, for only - - - -, - w w EVERYBODY WHO READS If i v : . .SI :l X - n Will find at the Barre Book Store something: of interest Tk latest Novels, the Magazines of the day, tte popular YkUca in cheap editions and the rifht Books at the tf5-ht prices are here. ' BARRE BOOK STORE, CHAS. A. SMITH, rroprietor. Gordon Blcck. 140 North Main SU ANTED. One gang of Granite Cutters and one Tool Sharpener for BtrreCity. Apply on Monday at Vermont Granite Co.'s office, Barre, Vt. Arthur McMuilen & Co. OSTEOPATHY Announcement. I will be at my Office in the Morse Block, Hain.SU Barre, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and, Satur days, and in Waterbury cn Tuesdays and Fridays. I shall be pleased to meet all who may he interested in this new method of therapeutics. Litera ture furnished on application. DR. R. P. EVANS, Osteopathic Physlcan. Hours: 0 to 12 a. m. and 1.30 to 5 p. m. Room 4, Morse Bldg., Main St., Barre. BASE BALL MITTS From 25o up. Athletio Goods at low prices. We handle the lead ing makes only. Give us a call. The AVERILL MUSIC CO. A. P. ABBOTT '& CO. "Hie People's National Bank of Barre."- Capital Stock, - $100,000. Subscriptions for above Stock, Par Valoe - - - $ J 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. INCORPORATORS, C. W. Jleicher, S.D. Allen, Chas. W. Averill, F.D.Ladd, W, D.Smith, A.J.Young, L. J. Bolster, F.N. Braky, IraC.Cakf. A Record- BreaRer! We have frozen 1400 quarts of our Famous taiSa V tlx mil 3 liil fcia! from July 1st to July 14th. All flavors, by the pint, quart or gallon, at The Barre Candy Kitchen. MORE REASONS WHY IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT LAWS. 12c $1.35 10c 25c 25c 15c Grocery Department. Because you can buy Force for . , Because you can buy one dozen packages of Force for Best Maine Corn, per can, . . A good Corn at three cans for . : Nice large Bananas, per dozen, ... Black Currants, very scarce, per basket, 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, . . . . . 3sc The best Melons yet, whole, per pound, 2 l-2c : cut, . . 3C Native Spring Lamb is at its best now. We close out all cut'pieces of Meat Saturday night. F. D. L ADD, Leading Cash Gtocen