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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, July 30, 1903, Image 5

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Bargains for Saturday, Aug; 1st
LADIES BLACK HOSE,
LADIES' AND MISSES' PARASOLS.
One lot of Ladies' Black Hose, good value at 15c per pair.
Our price Saturday, only 9c per pair.
Ladies' White Silk Ruffled Parasols, well worth 1.50 each.
Price for Saturday, only 93c each.
Ladies' and Misses' Parasols in white, blues and reds, the
regular $1.25 value. Saturday's price, only 85c each.
PERRY & CAMP,
71 and 75 'Main Street,
Bar re, Verrrcnt,
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 Hue we would 1
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 Ftmeral Directors.
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Good Overalls!
Speaking of Overalls, we simply want to say that we have
the best Overalls in this world, or any other world for that
matter. We give particular attention to our Overalls,
Railroad Coats, Jackets and Jumpers.
We hive a full stock of Worki g Clothes, made in
all styles and for every purpose. Railroad men, carpenters,
painters, farmers and everybody who wear Overalls can be
suited here. Try our Working Clothes and you'll know
what it is to wear the best.
FRANK McWHORTER,
One Price Clothier.
Hatter and Men's Outfitter.
For Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus
and all ills of a like nature take
fiexal! 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 k WELLS, Props.
.arming
Time!
The season has already commenced, and we are prepared to
supply your wants at reasonable prices.
Mason Pint, Quart and Two-quart Jars,
Lightning Pint, Quart and Two-quart Jars,
Jelly Tumblers, also Stone Jars for Pickling.
Lightning and Mason Can Rubbers, 10c a dozen.
Boston Bargain Store,
Pearl Street, Barre, Yt. C. N. Kenyon Sc Co.
TALK OF TIIE TOWN.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
William Wfceaton has returned from
Do.ston.
Dr. F. M. J.ymle'a ofliee will be closed
it til Anust 7.
Miss Alice Tape went to Marshfield this
morning on a visit.
Win. McKen.ie of XorthlieM visited in
the city last evening.
A union card has been jut in the E.
Tomasl Grocery store.
ITyman Segel of Burlington Is visiting
in the city for a few days.
Mrs. ILL. Ford went toCabothismora
lug for a visit with relatives,
George T. Swasey went to St. Johns
bury this morning on business.
Wise King Flour mates Bread that !s
delicious, appetizing and wholesome.
Miss Frances IJlaisdell of Fast Corinth
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. Frank Harris.
Mrs. Kilpy Burgess left this morning for
a visit with her parents in Searsuiont, Me.
H. C. Hill files saws for 15 cents each or
two for 23 cents. See his adv. on seventh
pa,'e.
Edwin Perkins returned to Xorthlield
this morning after a visit at his home in
this city.
F.ev. G. II. Watt will preach at the
Boutwell gehoolhouse Sunday afternoon at
3 o'cloek.
Mrs. Justus Thurston went to Rutland
todav to visit her mother, Mrs. Esther
Lurnham.
II. K. Rush attended the funeral of the
late Conductor Chamberlain at Burlington
yesterday.
Born, yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs, James
Will at their home on Fair street, a 14
pound son.
Dr. M. D. Lamb and wife have just re
turned from a carriage drive to Granville
and Rochester.
Trot. O. D. Mathewson was in the city
last evenina returning to his home in
Wheelock this morning.
A daughter was born July 28 to Mr. and
Mrs. B. Corosky, now of Maynard, Mass.,
but formerly residents of this city.
C. R. Allen, jr., city engineer, went to
Fitchburg, Mass., last niht on business
connected with the street department.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin and Dr. F.
M. Lyn.de left this morning to spend a two
week's vacation at Lake St.John, P. Q.
A home Investment. The capital stock
of The People's National bank of Barre,
S-IO) per share. Subscribe now at Prindle
& Averlll's.
Joe 0?sola has received word from
Witfgin, Ita!y,"his native place, that small
pox is raging there and that there have
been many deaths.
Remember the clerks exenrsion August
I2lh to Fort Frederick. A delightful ride
on Lake Champlain in the New Vermont.
The best excursion this season.
The Red Cross Pharmacy has a very at
tractive window displaying their 20 Mule
Team Borax. Two large borax columns
are among the principle decorations.
Frank Tague of Montpelier was arrested
by Officer Nicholson last night. In court
this morning he pleaded guilty to the
charge of intoxication. Instead of paying
his tine ha will take 10 days in jail.
Mrs. Magoon of 6 Park Place wishes to
announce that her name is not Mary Ma
goon but that it Is Mrs. Meora C. Magoon,
and wishes people to take notice of that
fact.
The Salvation Army Snnday school will
hold a picnic at Benjamin Falls next Satur
day if the weather permits. Weather not
being fine the picnic will be postponed one
week.
Word has been received here that Rev.
Thos. II. Mitchell, pastor of the First
Presbvterian church of this city, has re
ceived the degree of M. A. from the Uni
versity of Toronto.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Holden opened
their new cottage at Berlin Pond with a
house warmiug" last evening. There
were about 23 couples present. Music for
dancing was furnished by Elmore's or
chestra. The occasion was a very pleasant
one for all.
Charles A. Smith was called to Waits
lield this afternoon by the death of his
mother, Mrs. Charles D. Smith, who died
last ii:lit at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Addie E. Dale, at the advanced age
of 79 years. The funeral will be held to
morrow afternoon.
The paraphernalia for the annual mus
ter of the First Regiment, V.N. G., which
occurs in August at the state camp
grounds near Fort Ethan Allen, was pack
ed at Montpelier yesterday in two freight
cars to be shipped to camp. The cars
were loaded with tents.blaakets, polos and
all the necessary camp euippage.
The tax receipts at the Montpelier city
treasurer's office on Monday broke the rec
ord, the sum collected being $12,t03.31,
with a total number of taxes paid of 2H,
of which number 133 were poll taxes. The
Langdon estate tax was paid on that day,
swelling the amount nearly $S,00. The
last day to pay taxes Is Friday of this
week.
The thirteen Montpelier yonug men who
went to East Barre yesterday afternoon
on a tally-ho ride passed through this city
on their way home shortly after 6 o'clock
last evening. When the tally-ho swung
onto Main street, the cornetist of the party
played "How Dry 1 Am," and the tally-ho
promptly drew up in front oi tampneii s
saloon. After a five-minute stop the driv
er cracked his whip and the party moved
Mrs. Leon A. Whitney left this noon
for Boston to join "The Bostonian" opera
company, of which she is a member. Mrs.
Whitney was for a time leading lady with
the Boston company of "The Chinese
Honeymoon." Mrs. Dow, a neice of Mrs.
L. M. Williams, who was formerly leading
lady in a New York company play!ng"The
Chinese Honeymoon," and Mrs. Whitney
met for the first time at Mrs. L. M. Wil
liams' the other evening.
A game of Association football will be
played on the Trotting rarfc on tiaturaay
afternoon at 2:,"0 o'clock, between the
regular team of the Barre Rangers and
the pick of the city. A collection will be
taken np to help the Rangers to get some
good teams here. 1 hey are trying to get
the Holvoke Rangers, one of the finest
teams in Massachusetts, and the Strath-
conas, champions of Montreal (for three
vears) and the True Blues of l'aterson,
J., may come about the end of September
Mrs. J. Ward Sloenm of MarhueM is
visiting in town for a short time.
Miss Florence Houston of Northiield is
visiting relatives in the city this week.
Mrs. P. M. Dickey has gone to Walder
boro, Me., to visit her son, Joseph Bur
gess. Auction sale at the City Auction rooms
every evening this week and Saturday
afternoon.
Mrs. T. J. Denning went to St. Johns
bury today, called there by the Illness of
Mrs. William Denning.
D. L. Saunders left last night for his
home in Boulder, Col., after a few weeks'
visit with his daughter, Mrs. James Sow
den. Mrs. James Morse returned to North
field this afternoon. Her daughter, Mrs.
Channcey Wiliey, accompanied her for a
visit.
W. S. Martin, who is spending the sum
mer at the Morrison Farm, left this after
noon for Manchester, N. II., on a few days
business trip.
C. A. Badger and wife have sold their
two tenement house on Brooklyn street to
Victor Lovely. Consideration $2300. The
sale was made through the F. B. Cate
agency.
Edward Reed of Barre was arrested by
Special Officer Felt of Montpelier on
Tuesday night, for intoxication. In Mont
pelier city court yesterday he pleaded
gnilty and took ten days In jail.
At the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Wetmore fe Morse Granite
Company held at Montpelier, Tuesday
evening, a dividend of 5 per cent was de
clared, payable on and after August 1.
Albert'Jobonnott, W. E. Adams, F. M.
Corry, F. E. Smith and J. M. Boutwell
were elected directors. These directors
elected Albert Johonnott, president, W. E.
Adams, vice president; and J. M. Bout
well, clerk and treasurer.
(ienrrnl t b l'icel.
"Wsishingtnii. July UD.-l'nitcd States
Consul ;'iHral Gudger at Panama has
made 1 ! following report by cable of
the termination of the disturbance on
th' isthmus eauwrl by the erratic ac
tion of General Cohosh "General Cas
tro arrived and took command - of
troops; fully sustaining the govern
ment. Commander in chief is to leave
the department." The last statement
Is supposed to refer to General Cobos.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
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borers. Apply at too) Ih.x, corner North Mum
8t. anc lx'pot "square, tomorrow morning, tl
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Will find at the Barre Book Store something of
interest. The latest Novels, the Magazines of the
Jay, the popular Fiction to cheap editions and
the right Books at the right prices are here.
BARRE BOOK STORE,
CHAS. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
Gordon Block. 140 North Main St.
LOTS FOR
BUSINESS PURPOSES
On North Ma!n St.
1 have two lots on No. Main
St., each with 475.3 feet frontage
and a depth of 75 feer, which I
will lease for a short or long
term of years for business pur
poses, A good location. For
terms and particulars apply to
JOSEPH D. 0SS0LA,
North Main St., Barr, Vermont.
OSTEOPATHY
Announcement.
I will be at my Office in the Morse
Block, Main St., Barre, on Mondays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days, and in Watcrbury 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 Fhysican.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 1.30 to 5 p. m.
Room 4, Morse Bid?., Main St., Barre.
City Hotel Surrey.
The Gtv Hotel has put on a surrey for the ac
commodation of guests of the house to and from
trains, and will fill all orders left at the City
Hotel. Talephone 8130-3.
A. P. A6BO 1 1
Saturday Bargain, Aug. 1st,
Summer Dress Goods!
We have not had a Dress Goods sale for over one year.
This will be a good one.
Two pieces of Imported French Serges in browns. These
are regular 50c goods and cannot be sold in September for any
less. This sale, 29c per yard. " ,
One piece of Navy Mixed Cheviot and one piece of Venetian
in a slate color, both all wool and regular 50c goods. This sale,
29c per yard.
Four pieces of Imported German Flannel. These are the
regular 75c quality, but the patterns are poor. Price this sale,
only 29c per yard.
For children's dresses, ladies' wrappers and waistings the
above are great bargains. Your choice of the bunch for only
29c per yard. Send for samples.
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"1 People's National Bank of Barre."
Capital Stock, - $ J 00,000.
Subscriptions for above Stock,
Par Valae - - - $100.00 Per Share,
Will be received by Miss Keith at Prindle & AverilPs
for a limited time. Infoimation and application blanks
may be obtained of any of the following named gentlemen.
INCORPORATORS.
. C. W. Melchcr, S. D. Allen, Chas. W. Avcriil, F. D. Ladd,
W. D. Smith, A. J. Young, L. J. Eclster, F. N. Braley, Iia C. Calef.
.ecord BreaKer !
We have frozen 1400 quarts of our Famous
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from July 1st to Jul 14th. Ail flavors,
.by the pint, quart or gallon, at
The Barre Candy Kitchen.
An advertisement in the Times
will bring sure results.
For the Picnic Basket!
Boned Chicken, the 45c size, a few cases for - 37c
Deviled Ham, the 15c size, per can, - - - 10c
Deviled Ham, the 10c size, per can, - - , - 5c
One-pound can of Roast Beef, - - 15c
Large Queen Olives in bulk, per pirt, - - 20c
Bottled Olives, - - 10c, 15c, 23c, 25c and 45c
Stuffed Olives, per bottle, - - - - - 10c
We have forty-seven of the fifty-seven varieties of
Heinz goods in bulk and bottles
We are having a big sale on our Home-made Pressed
Corned Beef. It is fresh and nice. Per pound, 15c.
Use our Cream Bread for sandwiches. It is made
from Morrison farm Jersey milk and Marvel flour. It will,
keep moist and fresh for several days.
F. D. LADD,
Leading Cash Grocer.
Meats and Provisions.

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