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For Saturday, Aug. 22d.
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Here are two bargains that are always in' demand and es
pecially so when you can buy them at the prices named below.
69c Each WRAPPERS 69c Each. "
These Wrappers are made of especially good quality print,
in nice shades of red and navy blue, with a wide flounce neatly
trimmed with white braid. They are' worth more money than we
ask, but we "shall sell them on Saturday for 69c each.
39c Each UMBRELLAS- 39c Each.
Made of good quality of cotton gloria, fast color, steel frame
and a good line of oak. loops. These Umbrellas are just h
thing for school children. Saturday, only 39c each.
71 and 75 Maia Street, .... Barre, Vermont.
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Typewriter, Roll and Flat Top Desks!
Filing "Cases, using the unit system, where you
can purchase one unit or ten, as you desire. We
furnish the Globe-Wernicke Elastic Book Cases
and Filing Cabinets at just the same price as
thoush vou ordered direct. Give us a trial on
Office Furniture. We'll p'ease you
went to DraUfurd this S. A. BaUlieU.T of l'!auit;. Id was in
the city tfjduy.
I,. J. Meade Mt this morning for Brad- j Mr. J. II. iorge has returned from a
ford to prepare his eating house fur the . visit in KandoIih.
fair - j ThWKlore Hihbard of BroukfieM visited
Marshall W. Keith, a granite and mar- j in the city today.
We dealer of l'arkiuan, Ohio, !s in Mont- r. v i(i!ct and wife returned ves-
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Prices right.
(Telephone Connection)
Park Block, Barre, Vt. City Undertakers.
lXixnVAN Jt IOKFM.VX, Mfr.
Fruit, Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars
Ice Cream and Soda.
M. F. HARRINGTON, - - 31 1J North Main Street.
Hammocks Are Down!
Only Eighteen Left.
We are so nearly sold out that we propose to
close the balance at once rather than carry them along
to the close of the season. We have only eighteen in
all and have. cut - prices as follows:
3 that sold at $ .85, now.
9 that sold at J.00, now.
2 that sold at 1.25, now.
1 that sold at 2.25, now.
1 that sold at 2.50, now.
1 that sold at 3.25, now.
1 that'sold at 3.75, now.
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Boston Bargain Store,
(Telephone 128-3)
Pearl Street, Barre, Vt. C. N. Kenyon 8c Co.
Mrs. William Wiion of Peasant- street
went to West Duinmerston t day to visit
Mrs. Thomas Wishart and son, William, !
are expected home today from their visit
to Scotland. j
No matter how capable the cook, the
hest bread cannot be made without Wise
King Flour.
The Ilev. Mr. Mitchell is expected to
return from his vacation about the end of
next week.
Miss Maude Bly returned last nii;ht
from a two week's vacatiun spent in lios
ton and vicinity.
Miss J. Augusta Briptjs of Waltliam,
Ma-;)., is visiting her brother, K. T.
liii-gs, for a few days.
Mrs. I). S. Waterman and daughters
went to Glover this noon to spend two
weeks with her parents.
There will be auction sales at the city
auction rooms this afternoon and evening,
and also Monday evening.
Harry Mcintosh left this morning for
Manchester. X. II., to spend a two weeks'
vacation with his brother, Thomas.
O. W. Boyea and sister, Cora, went to
Rouses Point, X. Y., this morning, where
they will spend a two weeks' vacation.
O. J. L. Mathews of this city, book
keeper for J. M. Bontwell will take a two
week's vucation from his duties beginning
The Montpelier Business College, 20
State street, will be open on Aug. 20th for
the receipt of personal applications, day
and evening.
A Home Ixvestmkst. The capital
STOCK of The People's Xational Bank of
Barre, jlOO per share. Subscribe now at
Priudle & Averill's.
D. F. Worthen, American Express Mes
senger on the Central Vermont train, went
to Bradford this morning to attend the
wedding of his brother.
Wilder's orchestra has been engaged to
furni.ih music at the clam bake to be given
by It. (.'. lioweis to the granite manufact
urers at Fountain Park today.
W. C. Jones is at work now on two
contracts he received from the Boston &
Maine railroad to abolish two railroad
crossings near Franklin, X. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Cvrus Dickey and Mr andMrs. Ilory
McDonald of Washington went to Malleus
bay this morning for a week's outing.
Frank E, Howe, F. IS. Packard, W. L.I
Lyons and It. F. Ilawson of Bennington,
with George Peck of Montpelier, are
camping at Groton Pond for one week.
I. L. Potter left last night for Boston to
remain a week -when he will go through
the southern part of the state giving read
ings with the Sturtevant sisters of Bar
nard. Mrs. Leslie, the prima donna from the
Conservatory of Music, Boston, will sing
at the concert given at the Ladies' Aid so
ciety in the Presbyterian church, Friday
evening, Aug, 23
The Ballard Steamship Agency reports
that the steamship Commonwealth docked
at Boston last night at 8 o'clock. Mr.
Win. Wishart and mother were passengers
on the Commonwealth.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mulholland of
Brasher Falls, X. Y., who have been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson, left
yesterday for Burlington and Lake George,
continuing their wedding trip.
The parrot which has been flying about
the city for two days and attracting so
much attention, is the property of Joe
Ossola. A liberal reward is offered for
its recapture as will be seen by a glance
at the auv, columns. j
Pbineas jf). Lnddof Montpelier and Miss
Susan Lee Stone of Cabot were married at
Cabot Wednesday evenine, the ceremony
being performed by Kev. D. L. Billiard.
They will reside in Montpelier, where the
groom is employed,
. The Ladies' Aid society will give an ice
cream social at the Presbyterian church
Friday evening, Aug. 2S. The beautiful
cantata "Fairyland"' will be presented
that evening, under the direction of Miss
Phillips. Admission 10 cents.
The Ladies' Missionary society of the
Congregational church gave a tea In the
church parlors last evening which was
quite largely attended. The evening was
pleasantly passed and all were pleased to
greet the pastor and his wife who have
just returned from their summer vacation.
Chief of Police Brown says there must
be a stop put to shooting firearms within
the city limits. It is contrary to the city
ordinances and the ordinance is to be
strictly enforced in the future. There
have recently bpen two very narrow es
capes from accidental shooting where lire
arms have been discharged at targets or
Marjorie Martin and John Morrison
Martin, who are spending the summer at
the "Morrison farm," gave a party on
Friday afternoon from two mitil five to
their little friends in the neighborhood,
those present being Grace Wylie, Kuth
Wylie, Maude Wylie, Wayne Martin, Ina
Wood, Ituth Wood, Lew is Clay, Gertrude
Janette, Christina Uetcher and Charles
Asa Harrington brought to this oflice
yesterday a potato which he raised in his
garden on Eastern avenue, and which is
the king of those thus far reported. The
potato is of the White Mountain variety
and weighed one pound and three-cpiarters,
which is pretty hard to beat. Mr. Har
rington wants to hear if any one has
raised one better. The potato is in fine
shape throughout.
Kev. M. I). Wood, 'one of the penfeoostal j
missionaries from Bnldana, India, and
Kev. E. E. Angell of Saratoga, X. Y., one
of the penticostal Evangelists, and Kev.A.
1J. Kiggs of Lowell, Mass., will be present
at the campmeetings that are being held
at the old Methodist church on Church
street every afternoon at -2. 30 and 7. SO.
Sunday services to be held at 10.80,2.80
and L;i0. This is a correction to the an
nouncement that appeared in yesterday's
paper of the place of meeting. Kev. 11. F.
I terday from a visit In Stowe.
U. W, Lowd and W. E. Young of Brad
ford were in the c.ty yesterday.
E. O. Kent went to Old Orchard beach
today to join his family for a few weeks.
E. B. Guypr, a motorman on the electric
railroad, has gone to Woleott to spend a
ten days' vacation.
Frank Lynham of Pittsik-ld, Mass., who
was formerly a resident of Montpelier, is
visiting in that city and Barre.
Miss Matson, the nurse, has returned
from her vacation and is located at 85
Keith avenue. Telephone connection.
Dr. Clifford P. Holt went to Burlington
yeoterday afternoon for a short visit be
fore returning to his home in Cambridge,
George O. Boyce of Montpelier, has re
ceived notification of an increase in his
pension from 12 to 17, with about 8-100
back pay.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ketchutn returned
to their home in Salem, Mass., this noon
after a two weeks' visit with relatives and
friends here.
The steamer Xew York was due to dock
at Xew York this noon, according to the
Ballard Steamship aeency. Mr. and Mrs.
John McDonald were on board.
The ease of State vs. Alec Bruce,
charged with breach of the peace, which
was set for trial this morning, was con
tinued to Monday morning, both the at
torneys being out of town.
Officer Nicholson arrested two men for
intoxication last night, one, John Tuiker,
and the other a stranger from I.aucaster,
X. II. The latter had just arrived in
town and was in such a condition that he
bad to be carried by two ofiicers to the
jail. They will have their trials this after
noon when Grand Juror Sargent returns.
Fall shapes in soft and st::T Guyer and
II awes hats at Moore it Owens.
Dress troods at l. per cent discount at
Yeale it Knight's.
This coming week will bring to an tnj our most suc
cessful August Sale of Dry Goods. New goods are now talcing
the place of goods sold and inside of two weeks' time our coun
ters will be burdened with Fall Goods of quality and style as
fjood as our many years' of experience enables us to get together.
This week, coming after pay-day, has been considered and many
new values will be in this sale not there last week.
Five Pieces of 60-inch Turkey Red Damask. This is
a beautiful Damask and is worth from 35 to 39c per yard. This
week, only 25c per yard.
Eight Hundred Yards of Flannelette in new and select
patterns that should sell for-iajic or 15c per yard. In this
sale at JOc per yard.
This is the last week that we shall offer any and all of our
Spring and Summer Tailored Suits at half price.
You can save money by taking advantage of present prices
on any kind of Cotton Goods, as prices are climbing up.
Trousers? Never
Did you ever have too many
heard of a man who did.
It is about this date Trousers get knee sprung, shine,
threadbare where the wear comes or ragged round bottom.
Our $3. CO, 33.50, f 4 00. or $4.50 perfect fitting
Nufangl Trousers will give you almost a new suit.
Trousers are manufactured by specialists.
No man on earth can tell th;m from the exclusive
MUVING HOIi.SB FOR SAI.K-t'.ir particu
lars inquire of V. II. tirifli n, iwt Wasliiiitim
street. l.R.tii
WAXTKD Com if tent srirl for ceni-ral himse
wmk. Apply to Mrs. T. K. Haiiu'l, linn h
otm-t. - tt'ti
. I,ST A parrot, left mv house Thursday
nitrlu. J inilcr who lii iis him luck alive will
tft jO.OO aixl ihai.l .fl.oo Job om.i;i, Hft.i-1
M llano. l;"i
Choice, clean Winter Eye for Seed.
Inquire of L. K. Averill cr address
P. 0. Box 304, Earre, Vt.
Is not old Candy that will
not sell at the regular
price, But absolutely fresh 1
I goods packed in full weight I
I one -pound boxes and is
1 received fresh from the
fit rj
factory every week. Only
1 29c I
I Saturday. We have sold
a lot of it and expect to
1 sell lots more.
I Red Cross
I Pharmacy,
I 160 No. Main St., Barre, Vt.
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tailor's best production were it net for the price,
less than half the tailor's price.
One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter.
Clothing to Order!
Whether you wear Ready-made or Made to order
Garments, the main things you look for are fit and satisfac
tion. We guarantee both. Our Fall and Winter Samples
are now ready. Why not pick out your Suit and Overcoat
now, when you can have good selections ? Remember we
do our own tailoring and you try on your garment before it
is finished, so any alterations that may be necessary can be
made before finishing.
Moof e & Owens,
22 North Main St., Batrc, Vermont.
Saturday Fnces:
Nice New Honey, per pound, - -
Extra nice Bananas, per dozen, -Pears,
per dozen, - - - -
Oranges, per dozen, - - - . -Strictly
fresh Eggs, per dozen, - -
- 20c
- 25c
30c and 35c
Telephone 45-2. 200 North Main Street.
Good Values at Ladcfs!
On the Ossola Lot,
Near Hotel Milano, North Miin
Street, Barre, Vt.
Monday, August 24th, 1903.
Patten &
jerry from Kerry
With a change of programme each evening.
We crrrjr an Elevated Platform for Reserved
Chairs. Hear our UNIFORMED BAND at noon.
canvas is illuminated by electric light.
nm npvv 1 a-
Key nolda and wife are already on the bat-1 .
t!o linn and had a verv enthus ast O meet-:
25 c
Grocery Department.
Fresh Grapes, per basket, -Bananas,
extra lot to close, per dozen,
Ripe Watermelons, whole, 2c; cut, -New
Clover Honey, per pound, - -Still
selling Force for - -
Get your supply befor the price advances.
Bakery Department.
Don't heat your house baking Bread. Buy a loaf of
our Cream Bread.
Hot baked Beans and Brown Bread Saturday.
Try our Jelly Rolls for - - - -
Meat Department.
Beef Sausage, made from Western beef, per pound,
Try our Steam Rendered Lard. Per pound, 13 and
Western Beef roasts, per pound, - - 1 1 to
Seven pounds of Sweet Potatoes for - - ' -Our
Home-made Pressed Corn Beef will please you.
Cooked ready for the table, per pound, - ,
. Bargains in cut Meats Saturday night.
F. D. LADD, Leading Cash Grocer.
J 1 intr last niuht. RtSERvtD StAI 3Uc

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