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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, July 30, 1903, Image 8

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Saturday Special, Aug. 1st
Greatest Value in Shirt Waists
We Have Ever Given!
Our entire line of White and Colored
Shirt Waists that have been selling for $1.00,
$1.25 and $1.39 each go on sale Sat
urday at only ------
NOTE Every One This Season's Style.
BAKRK. VT.. JILT 30, 1103
1- 1 "1 Weather Fredlctiou.
J Boston, July CO. Local showers
1 in northern portion tonight.
Cooler in New Hampshire ami
Vermont. Friday fair and cooler.
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For Our Beautiful o
Oxfords 1 ,
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They fit the eye, fit the foot,
Fit the man and pocket-book.
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Cool, comtortable and 0
durable. Get a pair to-
dav. Price the same to 0
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g -157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor, g
Furniture at Low Prices!
This is called the dull season in trade, but we find it
quite busy at our store, where all kinds of Furiture is being
sold at special low Summer prices.
These prices are on Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Ta
bles, Chairs, Couches, Carpets, Rugs, Shades in fact every
thing in the store. Call and see goods and learn prices.
New Tomasi Block, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts.
T. H. BARRY, - - 6 Averill St. I L. M. WILLIAMS, - 26 Jefferson St.
Telephone 209-12. Telephone 212-12.
Now for Cut Prices !
We have now reached the season of the ytar when we
always cut prices on Spring and Summer Clothing. We
have no excuse to offer. We simply wish to convert the
balance of this season's stock into cash and get ready for
Fall and Winter goods, and our low prices will certainly
move the stock from the store into the possession of our
patrons. We don't want this advertisement to appear sen
sational or read like a fake. We wish it to impress sensible
people as a truthful statement of a plain business proposi
tion. Tomorrow we begin to cut prices straight an actual
mark-down without a previous mark-up. We do this be
cause it's good business policy, and these cut prices offer
you the best kind of business reasons for buying.
All-wool Fancy Striped Suits, latest pattern and style SU.SO $12.50
All-wool Suits, light and dark shades 15.00 12.00
All-wool Suits .". 13.50 10.00
All wool Salts. 12.00 9.00
All-wool Suits 11.00 8.50
All-wool Suits 10.00 7.00
All wool Suits 8.50 5.50
All wool Trousers 5.00 3.50
All-wool Trousers 4.50 3.00
All-wool Trousers..'. 4.00 2.75
All-wool Trousers 3.50 2.50
All wool Trousers 3.00 2.00
Just stop and look in our window as you go by and be
convinced that these are genuine bargains. Remember this
is our mii summer clearance sale.
Loral Happening Tersely Told For Ba.j
. Homier.
Ballard & Co., reliable insurance.
Consult the eve sight specialist for
glasses at J.. W. llolton's.
You cannot appreciate how thoroughly
pood a flour can be until you have tried
Wise King. Try it.
Union Clothing Co.,
Cash Dealers,
Old Skating Rink, 0pp. Depot Square, -
Barre, Vermont.
M. M. Kelton of New York city, Is vis
iting at Herbert Keltou's.
A. G. Whiteher and wife were at E. D.
Richards in Barre Sunday.
Miss Alice Lord ot Maiden, Mass., who
has been visiting at J. F. Robbing the
past few weeks, returned to her home Sat
urday. Mrs. Charles Crabiel. who has been vis
iting at George Ilowland'g, returned to
her home in Cambridge, Mass., last Tues
day. Wallace Clark, wife and daughter, Lena,
were home from Afoodbury pond Friday
night to attend the I. O. G. T. lodge
The Good Templars lodge Is steadily
Increasing in number.three members being
Initiated last Friday evening and several
more new members are expected soon.
The Universalist church at North Mont
pelier will resume sessions of publio wor
ship Sunday, Aug. 2, with Rev. Marcia
M. Selman as pastor. The services will
begin at 2 p. m. All are cordially Invited
to attend.
John Willard, who has been home from
his duties as Pullman Jdining car conduct
or on the New York Central for several
days, returned to Buffalo Monday af
ternoon accompanied by his wife, who
goes for a rest and change after her long
Cornelius Cameron of Hudson, Mass., is
visiting friends in Berlin and vicinity this
The Lynde cottage is being shingled and
otherwise repaired.
Truman R. Foster of East Hartford,
Conn., formerly a resident of Berlin, is
visiting friends here and enjoying a short
Oliver Spooner was called to Barre Sun
day by the illness of a brother.
Mirror lake and its tributaries are now
provided with a watchman in the person
of Iliram II. Perkins, by virtue of an act
of the city council of Montpelier.
Murmur sweetly gentle waters,
Like a dove, upon a dove's nest,
For now shall the wicked V-ease from
While you go and take a rest.
Strike at West I ugh on as riant.
Pittsburg, July yo Three hundred
machinists walked out of the Wosllng
liotise Machine work nt East Pitts
burg hoonme the comrusny refused to
sign the scale. , About K) machinists
refused to strike, iinJ the company, it
Ih chimed, will at once fill the vacant
places with men held In reserve. The
strike caused considerable excitement
about the plant, but there was no dis
order. The scale calls for an increase
In wages of 7',i per cent.
Old gold and silver wanted at refiners'
prices in exchange for goods at F. E. Burr's
Good trades in lawn mowers at the
Boston Bargain Store. f
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of South Barre, are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Geo. ratter
sou. Mrs. George Watsou ot Reading, Pa.,
has visited her cousin, Lr. E. B. Watson
aud family this week.
Miss Marion Horsford went to Montpel
ier yesterday to meet her rielce who will
spend a few days with her at Bonita
The parlor , social given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson's last eve
ning for the benefit of the O. E. S., was
well attended and very enjoyable.
The funeral of Mrs. Serena Simonds
was held at her late home, Henry Poole's,
yesterday afternoon. I!ev. W. M. Scho-
ueld ofliciated. assisted by Rev. Frances
A. Kimball. There were many beautiful
The following is a programme of the re
cital to be given at the UniversalisC church
Monday evening, Aug. 3: Music, In.stru
mental ; "The Pied Piper," Miss Edith
Carpenter; "An object of Love," Mrs
KateEloise Terrill; solo, Miss Lulu Burn
ham; "The King's Pardon," Mrs. Terrill:
"The Brook", "The Cloud." Mrs. Terrill;
solo, Miss Burnhara; "A I!ound-l'p,"Mrs
J. W. DILLON, if
V Barre, Vt.,
We can sell you a splendid tooth
brush for a quarter oue that has bris
tles that stick to the brush and not in
your gums other brushes at other prices.
Tooth Powders, Tooth Pastes,
Tooth Soaps and Tooth Washes
Our Own Saponaceous Tooth Powder
Is unexcelled and we give you a larger
bottle for your money. '
D. F. Davis, "The Druggist,"
262 North Main Street, - - - - - Barre, Vermont.
Your -Outing!
Don't Forget to Visit Oar Store
Before You Leave Town !
You will certainly need some Shirts, Ties, Hosiery,
Underwear or somethingof the sort to tone up your ward
robe. It matters not what kind of sport you expect to in
dulge in this Summer, we have the things to improve your
appearance and make you comfortable. Come in before you
go away. Our prices won't hurt you a little bit.
The Blue Store, - - - On Depot Sqaare.
Shirt Waists Marked Down!
We have marked down our Shirt Waists. Ycu
may need one or two more to last through the sea
son. We sell the kind that gives satisfaction. . We
are selling them at LOW PRICES now.
Worthcn Block, - - - - 127 North Main St.
A 6-Lbs-for-$1 Coffee!
Our 20c-pcr-pound or six-pounds -for-$ 1. 00 is i GOOD COFFEE.
It is the best ever sold for the money and it is growing in popularity.
This is a high-grade Coffee, each pound package con
taining a Rogers Brothers' Afternoon Coffee Spoon, war
ranted the very best make, affording a good opportunity to
get a fine set free. Price of Coffee per pound, 38c, or six
pounds for $2.20, ground or whole and delivered as wanted.
Crystal Domino Sugar, pure and sparkling, will prove
a fine addition to your Coffee. Price, 45c per 5 lb. box
Buy six cakes of Wool Soap for 25 cents,
Sowcfen & Lyon,
Telephone, 2 J 7-3.
North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
Is the kind of Frtixt and Vegetables we sell, and
the same can be said of our Fish. Give, us a trial
order, or if you will tell us where you live we will
call and take your order. We have two teams that
go to nearly all parts of the city.
City Fish Market,
Telephone 26-2. 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, Qrpets, Etc.
Horse Block, Barre, Vt.
Undertakers! UffiML. Ftracral Directors!
House, 159-21. TELEPHONE Store, 137-11,
Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice.
Mark Down Sale of Wrappers
For One Week, Beginning August 1st
$1.25 Wrappers marked down to.. $1.00
1.00 Wrappers marked down to 75
.75 Wrappers marked down to .69
341 North Main St., Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont.
Your Money's Worth Every Day.
We offer for this week big ripe Bananas, 25c per dozen ; Mediter
ranean Sweet Oranges, 35c per dozen; Melons, 2 1-2 to 3c per pound;
large fancy Lemons, 30c per dozen; big Georgia Peaches, 40c per doz.;
brightest and best Southern Potatoes, 40c per peck. Also String Beans.
Cucumbers, Beet Greens and Rhubarb. Best Native and Western Beef,
Pig Pork, Ham, Bacon, Sausage, Veal, Fowls and all kinds of Groceries.
A trial will convince you that our goods are all right.
(Telephone 213-4)
115 South Main Street, - ... Barre, Vermont.
Green Sage Cheese, old.
Finest Full Cream New Cheese in town. Come
in and sample them.
Telephone 31-3.
Two Packages "Ready Bits" and one of "Power," 30c
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.
Barre, Vermont.

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