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Our New Line of Fall and Winter Waistings THE BARRE DAILY TIMES li.VKUE, VI., AlCI ST 20, 1903 Weather I'reilictloiil. Iinston, August 20. Fair to night; Thursday fair; fresh north to uortheast winds. TALK OF THE TOWN. Are on exhibition in our Dress Goods Department. This line comprises the season's best styles from our foremost manufac turers and for elegance and style they never have bee i approached Buy now, while the assortment is large and the values the best. Suits at Reduced Prices. Just a few more Suits and just a few more days to sell them. Remember if you can get a fit they are unusual bargains. I.oc.l lli.penlngt Ternely Told For Hutj Header. Ballard & Co., reliable insurance. Consult the eye sight specialist fot glasses at J. V. Uolton's. You w ill have bread that is light, white, sweet and wholesome if you use Wise King Flour. EAST MONTPELIER. HOMER FITT i i NEW O$Q$0$Q0Q$GQC0G$.0Q0OO$Q00 o o o o 0 J. F. Robins ami Wm T eMor nf fnlala went to New Y ork Monday night to be gouts iu uajs. A uian and wife from Boston passed through here Thursday on their wheels. lhey go to Mt. Mansfield and then return iv tii,ou on uieir wneeis. The attendance at the camp meeting was quite large Sunday. EAST BARRE 4 rnef i X UNION MADE JUST IN. q Tfcu Greatest Compliment O ever paid the human ' Foot. A? Patent Corona, Guaranteed. - ... f uffit in ? show you Come in If . . J U G WHY. o CI 0 Horse-hide Enamel, Guaranteed, Box Calf, Waterproof Soles, $ Guaranteed. V Vici, Waterproof Soles, Guaranteed, q Kangaroo, Waterproof Soles, O Guaranteed. Q Watch our window. It v indicates prevailing styles. V o ( o g 157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor, g Peopled Shoe Stot e, GRAND CHANCE FOR PARENTS Looking For Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings to Fit Out Their Boys For Confirmation and School Purposes. We offer for this week about two hundred Boys' Suits and a Urge line of Shoes and Furnishings at a discount of about fifty cents on the dollar from former prices to make a stir in our Boys' Clothing Department. Here Are Jast a Few of tfie Many Wonderfal Bargains I Seventy five Suits, sizes 4 to li, of very neat mixed cheviot, all wool and fast colors. Last spring sold for $3.75. To close at $1.98 Each. Six styles of fine all-wool Suits, in stylish plaids and checks, ages I to 14. Last spring's prices were $4.00 to $5.00. To close at $2.98 Each. Eighteen nobby fancy Cheviot, Worsted and Clay Suits, ages 4 to 16 years. Prices last spring $5.00 to $6.50. We shall sell them at $3.75 Each. Twenty-five fine All-wool Cheviot, Worsted and Cassimere Suits, for boys t to 16 years. Sold last spring at $6.50, $7.00 and $.50. We shall sell them in this sale at only $5.00 Each. 1 Several styles of fine all-worsted Suits, in fancy patterns, and in this lot is a black clay lot for children 8 to J 6 years, correctly made and sold last year at $5,00 and $6.00. We shall sell them at only $3.75 Each. Forty All-wool Suits, handsomely trimmed. Sold last spring at $3.00. Go this week at $1.50 Each. Thirty Suits, finest grades, all in long pants. Have sold for $6.50, $S.OO and $10.00. Now $3.50, $4.00 up to $7.00 The above Surs come in medium and dark colors and are suitable for Summer and Fall wear. We need the room they take up and the money "tied up" in these goods for our Fall and Wint r stock, now beginning to arrive, there fore tlvs deep cut in prices. Don't miss this opportunity. THE BLUE STORE, Owing to the cold and damp weather the Congregational church picnic lias been postponed until further notice. The Ladies' Aid society of the Congre gational ehurca will meet Thursday after noon with Mrs. Eastman. Plans will be made for work. We ask that the mem bers make a special effort to be present. Dress trimming. at 15 per cent discount at v eale & Knight s. GRANITEVILLE. There will be a social dance in Miles" Lall, ISaturday evening, Aug. 21). Admis sion 6i cents, Ladies free. Good music will be in attendance. WASHNGTON. The meat market of Huntington & East man will be closed ail day Thursday.Aujr. 27th, on account of the excursion to Au sable Chasm. Due Hundred Per Cent Property holders are pleased to know that they can buy a paint for their build ings that is composed of one hundred per cent pure goods Lead, Zinc, Linseed Oil, Turpentine and Dryer nothing more. Sold subject to chemical analysis, Such is the Colonial Paint. None too good for your barn and good enough for your house. Sold by C. A. Heath in Barre. ! THE American FMelitj Co.,' "(IMTDmrD VT WYBONDS ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 1 You Can Save J 5 Pet Cent Discount If you buy Muslin Underwear this month. We sell the Home Made Make and it always gives satisfaction. You can depend on it every time. Think what you can save by trading at VEALE (SL KNIGHT, Wortoen Block, 127 North Main St. 1 1 l J. W. DILLON',' V Barre, Vt., C. II. BIGELOW ft Vy Kast Brookfield, NjAgeats. drflTAN riKii KEEPCLEAN It pays, for it saves doctors' bills and medicine bills. This is the time of year when THINGS SMELL. The closet, the drain pipe, the refrigerator pipe per haps is clogged. We have Soaps," Sponges, Brushes and all kinds of Disinfectants with which you may KEEP CLEAN. 99 D.F.DAVIS, "The Druggist,' 262 North Main St., - - Barre, Vermont. c ? Pine assortment of more than a dozen varieties. All prices, from 10c to 15c a pound. See them in window. L-gg Biscuit, 1 8c a pound. Nice and fresh. ONLY A. AVERILL, lelephone 45-2. 200 North Main Street. Mark Down Sale of Wrappers FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. $1.25 Wrappers marked down to $1.00 LOO Wrappers marked down to .75 . .75 Wrappers marked down to .69 BARBERRI & POLONGHINI, 341 North Main St., " Bolster Block, ' Barre, Vermont. Depot Square, Barre, Vt. Segel & Brady, Props. mm jzr OPENS ? Tuesday, Sept. 8th, 1903. BUSINESS COURSE OF TWO YEARS. Heur Dc Lis Japan Tea! ONLY 45c PER. POUND. This Tea is packed by Thos. Wood & Co. (large im porters) in neat one-half-pound tin canisters, is always uni form in purity, strength, fragrance and flavor, and is a trade at 50c per pound. For this week, or while it lasts, we will sell this Tea for 45c per pound. Give it a trial. Wood's Coffee is put up in attractive and useful one pound canisters and always sells at 30c per pound. This week, or while it lasts, we will sell it at 25c per pound. Our Coffee and Tea Department is not excelled. We Make a Specialty of Nice Bulk Cookies. Sowden & Lyon, Telephone, 217-3. North Main Street, Barre, Vt. IF YOU WISH A Table or a Chair or anything in our line we wpuld like you to visit our store. Just received, a new lot of those handsome Willow Rockers and Arm Chairs, We guarantee satisfaction both in quality and price. A. W. Badger & Co., See Us for Values in Furniture. " . Morse Block, Barre, Vt. Undertakers! UkSI.. Funeral Directors ! House, 159-21. TELEPHONE tore, 137-11. Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice. HAVE YOU TRIED OUR 25c and 35c Coffee? With every pound of this Coffee sole we give you one guess on a bottle of beans, and the one guessing the nearest will be given five pounds of Coffee. CHESSER & BIRD, (TELEPHONE CONNECTION) 323 North Main Street. Meats and PrnvUinrK. a ust - Rigl loffee ! This Coffee is one of the most pleasing blends ever offered to the public. ' Price per im pound can - 50c Sweet Potatoes, six pounds for - - ' - 25c M. J. McGOWAN, Telephone Connection. South Main Street. Barre. Vt. Students completing this course will belong to regular classes and receive diplomas. High school graduates can complete the course in one year. Send for Catalogue to 0. K. HOLLISTER, - - - Principal. THE SOUTH END MARKET Vigors Cream Flakes! The perfect Breakfast Food. Superior to "Force" and others. Large cash premiums given to users of this Food. Large package, only 1 5c. WONDER COFFEE. A high-grade 25c Coffee. Rebate check in each can. Eight of these give you one pound free, making the Coffee net you only 22c per pound. We also have a good Coffee at 15c per pound. , PARSONS & SKINNER, Props, (Telephone 215-4) 115 South Main Street, - - - - . Barre, Vermont. Green Sage Cheese, old. Finest Full Cram New Cheese in town. Come in and sample them. Telephone 31-3. Two Packages "Ready Bits" and one of "Power," 3 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 tolknow good teas or coffees. 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