Bargains for Saturday, Aug 1st
LADIES BLACK HOSE,
LADIES' AND MISSES' PARASOLS.
One lot of Ladies' Black Hose, good value at 1 5c per pair.
Our price Saturday, only 9c per pair.
Ladies' White Silk Ruffled Parasols, we 11 worth $1.50 each.
Price for Saturday, only 98c 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,
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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
I house don't forget that we have the largest line of WALL
PAPER we have ever shown. Look our stock over.
B W Hooke '& Co.,
fj (Telephone Connection)
S Park Block. Undertakers and Funeral Directors.
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 Junipers.
We have a full stock of Worki g Clothes, made in
al! 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 hest.
One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter.
If the following prices interest you, which
are for spot cash only.
Fresh-made Pork Sausage, Link or Bag,
three pounds for -. ., 30c
Mutton Chops, per pound 1 8c
Kind Legs of Mutton, per pound ,. . . 1 7c
Fore Legs of Mutton, per pound .......... 1 2c
New Potatoes, per peck 35e
Three cans of Feas or Corn for 25c
Fresh Native Spring Chickens, per pound.'. . 24c
Frejh Native Fowls, per pound 1 8c
Native Pig Fork Roasts per lb. . . 1 2 .... to 1 4c
Native Pig Chops, loin, per pound ........ . 14c
Home Rendered Lard to three, five or ten
pound palls, per Found 13c
Fresh made Beef Sausage, three pounds far.. 30c
Western Beef Foasts, per pound 1 2 to 1 6c
Also Cucumbers, Green Peas, Wax Beans, etc. Special prices
on all Cut Meats Saturday night. These prices heed no Force.
CHESSER & BIRD,
323 North Main Street. Meats and Provisions.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Mrs. C. L. Currier Is visiting in BraJ
fulJ. Joseph Fraser returned yesterday from
Mrs. O. A. Siuionds went to Lawrence,
i. Fellati was able to be out today after
a w eek's illness.
Tfce tickets for the clerks excursion ar
rived this morning.
Mies Elena rinse Is spending afew days
with friends at Orange.
Meeting of Central Labor Union this
evening. Don't forget it.
Xelsou Downing recently lost a Talaable
Alcander eolt at feouth Eoyalton.
Capt. A. C. Bond returned yesterday
from a visit at Gloversville, X. Y.
Wise King Flour makes Bread that is
delicious, appetizing and wholesome.
Remember the sewing school for Satur
day afternoon at the Universalis vestry.
Lobsters and mackerel, fresh stock for
Friday and Saturday. City Fish market.
Azro Morse returned last night from
Old Orchard for a few days' business
S. B. Iluse, wife and son, Arthur, left
yesterday for a week's outing at Joe's
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Gould have returned
from a two weeks' visit in Bristol and
Warren. ' .
J. C. Befcer returned te Kutland tonight
after being In the city presiding at the city
Mr. and Mrs. It. Pappin of Burlington
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Pappiu of
this city. e
Lyle Perry and Edward Bruce went to
Xorthiield this afternoon to furnish cm
sio at a funeral.
Thomas Brady moved yesterday from
(it Summer street Into his new house, No.
X Perry street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Tilden of North
field ar9 visiting their son, George X.' Til
den, for a few days.
lli'V. W. A. Kinzie returned yesterday
from Laka Dunmore, where he has been
paiii)g his vacation.
F. A. Walker, architect, has just com
pleted plans for a cottage to be built for C.
Mather In Montpelier.
Mrs J. R. Coutts and Mrs. Fred Burn
Jim and Miss Jennie McMillan have gone
to Orange for several day's outing.
Queen of Forest Circle, 357, amusement
committee, please meet at Mrs. J. Forbes
at half past sis tonight at A. Toniasi
Mrs Henry and Miss May Cram, who
have been visiting at Brv O.S.Steele's,
left this morning for their home in Provi
dence, U, I,
There will be a special meeting of Gran
ite Lodge, No. 8 , F. and A. M., this eve
ning at 7 o'clock. Work, third degree.
A home Investment. The capital stock
of The People's National bank of Barre,
$100 per share. Subscribe now at Prindle
& Avcrill's. -
A petition lu bankruptcy was filed by
John W, Gordon, a teamster of Mont
pelier, who has liabilities of $340.-10 and
assets of $-20,50, of which $103 are
' Jiev. George Jack, who has been visit
ing his brother William Jack, for several
weeks, left this morning for New Vork,
where he will sail for his home in Scot
land, lie was acoompaned by Mrs. James
Barre Branch, G. C. X. L, is today;
moving its headquarters from Bolster
block into the Burnham house at the cor
ner of North Main and Granite streets.
The change In location will do away with
two flights of stairs.
The marriage of Miss Myrta Whltcomb
and George A. Mosher of Boston, is an
nounced to occur in Montpelier August 12.
Miss Whitoomb has been employed in J.
M. Boutwell's cilice as stenographer, leav
ing there not long since. The oonple will
reside in Boston.
Justice M. W. Wheelock performed a
marriage ceremony at the Union House
parlors this morning shortly before noon.
The contracting parties were Edmund
Young of Hard wick and Mrs. Lucy A.
Chase of Calais. Mr. and Mrs. Voting
left on the noon train for their wedding
trip. Montpelier Journal.
The hearing before Special Master
Joel C. Baker of the water ease of Smith,
Whltcomb & Cook vs. Barre Water Co.,
which has been in progress at the city
court room this week, was adjourned to
day until August 19. At the time of ad
journment the plaintiff's had just com
pleted putting in their testimony.
Harry L. Clark of East Calais had one
rib broken and was otherwise badly In
jured In a runaway on Barre street Mont
pelier, yesterday morning. Mr. Clark
had a load of butter boxes and in coming
down the Barre street hill a hold back
broke, letting the loud on the heels of the
horse which ran, throwing Mr. Clark un
der the wagon. He was attended by a
physician and was able to go to his home
in thp afternoon.
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Needs a Family Scale
Every Day in the Year,
But more especially now du
ring preserving time. The Co
lumbia Scale weighs from, one
ounce' to 25 pounds accurately.
Price, - - - $1.25
BOSTON BARGAIN STORE.
Washington, July SI. The statement
Issued by the comptroller of the cur
rency says ttuit the failure of the
Doylostown (Pa.) National bank tvas
brought about by speculations In stocks
on the part of the officers and a number
of tbe customers of the bank.
Satire Whlta Stock.
The mortality In the colored popula
tion . of the United States Is nearly
double ttmt of the white population.
Native TyWfe stock has the advantage
lif foreign white stock at most ages
Special for Saturday Sale at Vermont
fruit store in O. II. Hale block. Bananas
lo for 25 cents. Also a large stock of
cigars, such as Cremo, Cubanolaand other
old brands to be sold at less than whole
sale cost. Be sure to get a box at these
The new fall woolens for suits, trousers
aiid overcoats are already being shown by
A. A. Smith & Bro. Anyone contemplat
ing a suit of clothes early, should not fail
to see them.
A Sew CnrneH 'e Story.
Thus the 31. I', happened to pass on
this new Carnegie story, says the Table
and Uome Magazine': "One evening at
a reception Mr. Blaine said to me, "Do
you know Mr. Carnegie has put a
strange question to me whether he
should accept the offer of a scat in the
house of commons or one of an election
to the house of representatives':' 'And
what advice did you give him, Mr.
Blaine?' I asked. 'Oh, I told him,' he
answered, 'that if he accepted a scat
In the house of commons he would be
a greater man in America, but if he
took an election to the house of repre
sentatives ho would bo a greater mat
in England.'" -
rtitr Fire la London,
London, July 01. Tin; Oiviit Contra
railway's dock and sin d nt Grimsbj
hare boon gutted by fire. The shed'
were filled with continental ninchlnerj
end an lunnetwe- tuiantity of barley
The damage amounts to ijsiOO.OOO.
Test It ti ms fit it Striker Killed.
St. IVU-r-dmrg, July 31. Ten striking
workmen were' killed and eighteen were
wounded-as the result of a volley tired
by ti'mm at Mikbailovo. on the Tift is
Batum railway. July 2'i The striker?
attempted to stop trains and a detach
ment of forty soldiers was summon, -d.
The soldiers were greeted with a
shower of stones and some revolver
shots. After repented warnings the
troops were ordered to fire.
Saturday Bargain, Aug. 1st,
Summer Dress Goods!
Wnlinxli Tunnel f tc In.
- Pittsburg. July St. Wabash officials
say a part of tunnel Xo. -i.'.l jit Jo:i'.
Station, near Steubenvllle. ()., h;
eavef in. but no one was injured
Such falls are frequent and will cau
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."
F'or 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.
A. P. ABBOTT & C
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t Cleanser Kn
BORAX, added to the water in which your washing is done,
saves lots of valuable time. .
BORAX, used in the laundry water, makes the hands soft and
white. No red hands if you use Borax.
BORAX stiffens the starch and Borax will make your white
goods look whiter and brighter.
BORAX Saves clothes and is indispensable for washing laces
and fine kerchiefs. Strong soap is not necessary.
We have lately stocked the Borax manufactured by the
Pacific Coast Borax Company, and ;ve guarantee it to be chem
ically pure. At the following prices it is cheaper than soap:
Half Pounds, -"
5 Cents I Full Pounds, - - - 15 Cents
8 Cents Five Pound Boxes, - 65 Cents
Don't choke yourself with ammonia. Use Borax, Ladies
are requested to ask us for a valuable Receipt Book.
Sec Borax Display in Our Window.
RED GROSS PHARMACY,
160 North Main Street, Barre, Yt.
RICKERT k WELLS, Proprietors.
REXALL CHERRY JUICE IS THE CEST COUGH CURE.
TO KKNT Barn at fiO Elm street to rent for
simp or sennit' jnvp'9.
George, 10 Avcrill tttreut. -
EVERYBODY WHO READS
Will find at the Birre Book Store somethlng'of
interest. The latest Novels, the Magazines of the
day, the popular Fiction fa cheap editions and
the right Books at the right prices are here.
BARRE BOOK STORE,
QlkS. A. SMITH, Proprietor,
Gordon Block. 140 North Main St.
City Hotel Surrey.
The City 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 fit 30-3.
Meats and Provisions.
Good Values for Saturday
Large supply of Peaches, Pears, Plums, Green Apples,
nice ripe Bananas, Cantaloupes, etc.
New Potatoes, per peck, 35c. These are Long Island
Potatoes, of good quality, ripe and mealy.
String Beans, per quart, - - - - - 5c
Six fresh Cucumbers for - - - - 25c
Smaller Cucumbers, each, ' - - . ' ..'-. - 3c
Green Corn, per dozen. - - - - - - 30c
New Turnips, per pound, - - - - 5c
New Beets, per pound, - - - - - - 4c
Fresh Native Spring Chickens, per pound, - - 22c
Fresh Native Fowls, per pound, - - - 18c
.Three pounds of fresh-made Beef or Pork Sausage for 30c
Bargains in Cut Meats Saturday night.
Baked Beans and Brown Bread on Saturday.
Xitt one of our cards for your window if you wish the
Bakery team to call.
F. D. LAD
Leading Cash Grocer.
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