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Shirt Waist Suits Marked Down!
Take Advantage of This Mark-Down and Duy One of These Coo! Suits! TALK OF TEE TOWN. TALK OF THE TOWN. Edmund Gardens went to Montreal this morning. , Iiay Wheaton is spending a few days in J -Nurtuueia. tun went to Waterbury 4.25 AH Linen Suits reduced to -2.75 Chambry Suits reduced to - - - -2.25 Chambry Suits reduced to - - - 1 -1.98 (jingham Suits reduced to - . A few more Ladies' Suits to close at almost your own price. $2.50 J. 50 t.25 J.25 PERRY & CAMP, 71 and 75 Main Street, Barre, Verrrcnt. (I t - 1 1 i rrr 1 - f LI - I r 1 i 5 I I j 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 though vou ordered direct. Give us a trial on Office Furniture. We'll please you. Prices right. John Ilarrini this morning. Mrs. S. S. Cotton of Kutlaud is visiting at 11. K. Bush's. Arthur I'anidy has gone to St. .Tones bury on business. il. W. Scott went to Flainfield this af ternoon on business. Mr. and Mrs. Hush Gallagher have re turned from Itutland. B. W. HOOKER & CO., (Telephone Connection) Park Block, Barre, Vt. City Undertakers. UNION MADE. NCt CA Oh 5c CIGAR. DONOVAN & DOKl'MAN", Mfis. Fruit, Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars Ice Cream and Soda. M. f. HARRINGTON, - - 31 U North Main Street. Royal Blue Flame Stoves AT CUT PRICES Jim-) mn nk - I 5 tc. t 3 si owing to the backwardness of the season. We have about eight Stoves on hand, which we offer at reduced prices to make room for Fall goods. .Two-burner, regular price $7.50, now ; $ 6-37 Two-burner, High, regular price $9.00, now 7.65 Three-burner, regular price $9.50, now 8-00 Three-burner, High, regular price $12.50, now 0.62 Every Stove Guaranteed. Boston Bargain Store, (Telephone 128-3) Pearl Street, Barre, Vt. C. N. Kenyon Sc Co. Miss Blanche Cutler of I'lainiieid is vis iting relatives iu the city. Miss Ada L. 8mith of Albany, X., is visiting friends in the city. YV. B. Shannon and son of Ilardwick are in town for a few days. Miss Emily Drew of Kingston, Mass, is visiting Mrs. J. A. Sherburne. John Harrington of ilardwiek is visit ing at his home in this city for a few days. William G. Shuteof Meriden, Conn., is in the city for a few days as the guest of friends. "o matter how capable the cook, the best bread cannot be made without Wise King Flour. The Sisters of Mercy w ill be prepared to resume their class in music on Monday the 3 1st inst. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Chamberlain and daughter, Blauche.of Washington, were in the city today. Peter Emslie has gone to Boston with his mother from which port Mrs. Emslie will sail for .Scotland. Mrs. J. L. Cumminas returned from Marshfield last night where she has been visiting for a few days. Mrs. Electa Cushman and daughter, Mrs. W. H. Messer, returned last night from a visit InKandolph. There will be a meeting of the Ilelianee Shamrock race committee iu the cloak room of Miles hall tonight at 7. GO. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Scott have returned trom a two weeks' pleasure trip in New Hampshire and southern Vermont. T. C. McCarthy of North Favston wa in the city yesterday to let a contract for urw house on uateneuier s aieatiow, Mrs. Jas. Summers, who has been very sick for the last six weeks Is now improv ing and Nurse Hale has returned home. Less than a dozen tickets were sold at the Central Vermont station this morning for the excursion to Bt. Anne de Beaupre. Miss Ethel Trow and Mrs. F. L. Page are spending the afternoon with their Sunday school scholars at Benjamin talis. M. S. Levin has returned from New York, where he has been purchasing fall and winter goods for the Union Clothing Co. Mrs. C.lellan Fisher of Woreester,Mass., and Mrs, C. M. Kick ford of Albany, N. i ., are guests at the home of t. D. Mud gett. The Kindergarten tausht by the Sisters of Mercy will reopen on Tuesday, hept. 1st. Terms il per month payable in ad vauce. Mrs. Hubert Fenwick and daughter and Misses Beiie and Lottie North, went to Burlington this morning for a short visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Oak of Jackson ville, Fla , returned to their home this morning, after a short visit with ir. and Mrs. C. H. Kent. Clan Gordon, No. 12, O. S. C, will hold their smoke talk in Miles hall tonight at 7.30. All those interested in the same are expected to attend. A Home Investment. The capital stock of The People's National Bank of Burre. $ 100 per share. Subscribe now at Prindle & Averill's. The Sunday school of the Church of the Good Shepherd are holding their annual picnic at Caledonia Park. There is a goodly number in attendance. William Fayles of Websterville went to the Mary Fletcher hospital this morning for treatment. He is suffering from a dis located law caused bv an accident on the quarries Monday. The regular meeting of St. Aldemar's Commamlery, No. 11, K. T., will be held in its asylum. Masonic hall, Thursday evening, Aug. 27, at 8 o'clock. Per order Eminent Commander. The Journeymen IJorse Shoers' Union hold their regular meeting this evening at 7. f!0 o'clock, wishing all members to be present as business of importance Is to take place. W. T, Burgess, Cor. Sec. liev E. E. Angell preached a searching sermon, last ninht, at the Pentecostal meeting. Good interest was manifested In thfe afternoon and evening services. These services are to continue t very afternoon and evening this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Shea and son, Ed mond, of Elkhart, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. E T.Ford of Hanover, N. II., and Miss I Eridget Rooney of St. Johnsbury left for their homes this morning, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Denis Cleary. Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton Wilson return ed today from their summer outing at Old Orchard Beach, Lake Pleasant, Mass., and other resorts where they have been for Mr. Wilson's health. Mr. Wilson wa3 greatly improved in health by his sojourn at the seashore. If you want to spend an enjoyable even ing yon cannot do better than go and hear Mrs. Leslie sing at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. Besides other good things the beautiful cantata "Fairy land" will be given under the direction of Miss Phillips. Admission to concert 10 cents. It was a fine yacht race yesterday and the Times as usual was prompt to let the public know the results, with particulars of the race. It was only 2-1 minutes from the time the Shamrock crossed the finish line, till the Times was on the street with a full account of the race, 18 minutes ahead of any contemporary. Come to the Universalist church Mon day evening, Aug. 31. Hear this talented young woman and be convinced she merits all endorsements. Miss Margaret Asay Is an elocutionist of rare ability. Her re cltal as given at the West Grove church Tuesday evening was a craml success. Miss Asay never fails to please. Asbury 1'ark Evening News. C. 8. Miller has erne to Newport, N Try Zet, the new cereal, at Merchant's. - GU-n Sullivan of South Woodbury is visiting friends in town. E. C. Parker of St. Paul, Minn., is visit ing at C. A. Wheaton's. Mrs. Ada Smith of New York was in town yesterday visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Atlo Marianna returned to their home'in Ilardwiek today. Mrs. F. E. Dodge and son of Philadel phia are visiting at A. F. Dodge's. There will be a regular meeting of the Bebekahs this everting at o'clock. C, Vlgezzl left last night for New York, from which port he will sail for Italy, Carlo Comolli aud Miss Clara Calderara were married at East Barre yesterday. Mrs. Joseph Lavelle has returned from a short visit with friends in Northiield. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Varney and daugh ter went to St. Johnsbury this morning. Joseph Rock of VVtbsterville, has gone to Montreal on his way to the Pacific coast. There will be a meeting to the 11 C. D. P. A. IxKjal iMl tomorrow night at half past seven. Mrs. Samuel Carswell and Mrs. Donald Smith and children went to North Derby this morning. Miss Caroline Poland who has been vis iting at h!i Pleasant street, has gone to Newcastle, Me. Special communication Granite Lodge, No, So, F. and A. M., Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Work, third degree. Mrs, C. A. Clark is making a display of pyrography work In Veale & Knights window. The display is a very beautiful one. Mrs. I rank Ordway and son lork are in town today. Mrs. Ordway will visit her sister, Mrs. Justus Ketchum, a few days. The amusement committee of Queen of the Forest Circle, No. S-7. will meet this evening with Mrs. Jo. Wills on Smith place. rtev. II. F. Lowe and C. S.. Andrews re turned this noon from Lyndonville, where they have been attending the district con vention. rU fa?cie Henry, who has been working in Westport, X. Y., this summer, is spending a few days at her home on the East JIU1. The body of Mrs. Clinton Keith was brought here from East Liardwiek last night and interred in Elm wood Cemetery. Rev. F. A. Poole omciatea at a snort prayer service held at the grave. There will he a meeting at Nichols" hall, Thursday evening, August 27, for the purpose of organizing tne companion Court, Independent Foresters. All mem bers of subordinate court especially in vited. n,ru y riOOu i i q Are You Looking for the Best Value to be Had for the Money? We are very confident that we have that BEST value in Skirts, and would like the opportunity of proving it to you. We shall offer in this sale our entire stock of Ladies' Walk ing Skirts, consisting of wool crashes, mixed and plain all wool cloths, in medium and light weights, at prices which should in terest all who are in need of a Walking Skirt for Fall wear. LOT NO. t consists of a line of Skirt? that have been our best sellers this season, sizes are a little broken, but with little alterations could be made to fit all right. They are our popular crash Skirts, in greys, very graceful flare, strapped yoke effect, with strapped flare seams at bottom. A blue medium weight oxford Skirt, strapped seams and yoke, front plait effect, a good value at $6.50. Also a medium weight all wool invisible plaid goods in greys, blues and browns, strapped seam and strapped yoke effect, were extra values at 5.00. Your choice of any in this lot for $3.98. LOT NO. 2 is our best light and medium weight ail wool Walking Skirts, all good styles but broken in sizes. The colors are grey, blue and green invisible plaids and checks, very grace ful flare, strapped seam with cross straps at hips, finished with two buttons, panel front. The price was $7.50, to close $4.95. ABBOlT WH.UAMST0WN. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Farnham and child went to Jonesville today to visit Mrs. Farnham's parents. There will be a communication of Sum mit Lodsze. No. 104. Friday evening. All members are requested to be present. Do not make any other engagements for Friday evenine. Anc. 2., but make the ladies of the Presbyterian church happy by attending their ice cream social. Mrs. Marcus Burnham and daughter, of Wisconsin, are visiting at Melvin Burn ham's. Thev sto to Randolph today to visit Mr. Burnham's sister, Mrs. Henry Howard. Mrs. Lynde was to take her Sunday school class to Benjamin Falls for a picnic yesterday but on account or the rain tney all went to I. O. O. F. hall, where they spent the afternoon playing games, etc. TRAIN AND TRACK. Our railways have killed 8,558 per sons within a year. .Motor cars are to Do Introduced on some of the local railways In lower Austria. Each will carry forty persona and be divided into two classes. While in ISOO W.7 per cent of the mileage of street railways in f his coun try was operated by animal power, now only 1.1 per cent is thus operated, y per cent being opera tt-il by electricity and 1.0 per cent by mechanical traction. School Suits! School Suits! Vacation Days arc Over, School Commences Next Tuesday. Young America should be arrayed in his best bib and tucks, his bright face polished until it shines, and with a new Suit and Cap, be sent to enter the race for the new school year. Is yoar boy prepared with a Suit thit will stand the racket and wear and tear of the play-ground? If not, bring him in. We can fix him out at a moderate price. We sell the old reliable Widow Jones' Suits, and you all know that they are a little better than any other Suit in the market. Our line of Boys' Suits, Knee Trousers, Caps, etc , is the largest in the city, as we make a specialty of this department. Our stock includes all the latest and best styles Blouse( Suits, Norfolk Suits, Three-piece Suits and double Breasted Two piece Suits, at ages from 3 to 17 years, at prices from $J.50 to $7.50. Long Trousers Suits, ages 1 5 to 20 years, at prices from $5.00 to $15.00. Money's worth and fall satisfaction here, always. FRANK McWHORTER, One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter. ANIMAL ODDITIES. the fiercest of all animals are the black panthers. Spiders are seven times stronger In proportion than lions. A fly is happily built. It can stand on one leg and scratch anywhere on Its body with five legs at one time. The horse Is perhaps the only animal known that docs not brent he through its month. It breathes through its nos trils only. Everybody get their money's worth that buy a 2 1-2 lb. can of baked beans for 11c or a can of good peas far 8c at the City Fish Market. Dress goods at 15 per Veale & Knight's. cent discount at TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. TO RKXT Small ti'ncmPtit on Church Ktvo.-f. Ikiwn siatrs. Vacant .Sfpt. 1. Apply to 1 r. I). G. Stickney. l:R'tf 1VANTKD -A man and wife without i hihln'ii wouhl like an elderly person or couple to Hike cure of lor their tiro'pei'tv, !St;te amount ami psrtieutiir. Adilrews for one week, " X.V.Z.," 1 imep office. . Vr'lti FOR SALE. Choice, clean Winter Rye for Seed. Inquire of L. K. Averill or address P. 0. Box 304, Barre, Vt. MISS COLSON, TRAINED HUESE Telephone Central. 72 Summer Street, .... Barre, Vt Apples, Jelly, Pfesefves Pie Apples, per peck, .... 20 and 25c Currant Jeihy, four pounds for - ... 25c Three-pound j irs Preserve?, only - - - - 25c Beautiful Glass Table Sets' (four pieces), given away with one pound of Baking Powder. Merchant's Economic Grocery Good Values at Ladd's ! 8c 10c 25c 25c Nonsuch Pumpkin, per package, - - -A few boxes of best Prunes, never sold less than 13c per pound, to close at - - - - -Mixed Nuts two pounds for - - - - k Shillings Baking Powder, per pound, - - - This is a cream of tarter powder and usually sells for 45c. We got a lot on a deal and give our customers the benefit. Six packages Swifts Washing Powder - - Three packages 1776 Washing Powder - - - Bulk Starch, per pound, Two-pound can best Sliced Pineapp'e - Don't forget to get a loaf of Ladd's Cream Bread 25c 25c 6c 20c F. D. LADD, Leading Cash Grocer. Meats and Provisions.