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Special Bargain for Saturday,!
SEPTEMBER Muslin Curtains, 35c, , This is a Curtain that is worth 50c per pair, but for a special bargain we offer them at the price named above. Good quality muslin, with plain solid stripe running lengthwise, four inch ruffle, about two and a half yards by 24 inches. A Curtain that will both look and wear well. Be sure and secure some of these Curtains on Saturday. . PERRY & 11 and 75 Main Street, All ready for commencement Chairs. Rockers. Desks. Tables, A pair of Draperies for the Carpet or Rug for the floor, I Here We Are S more attractive and those dreary days of study will be shortened and made cheerful. B. V. HOOKER & CO., (Telephone Connection) Park Block, Barre, Vt, UNION MADE. PRINCE CAIRL 5c CIGAR. GOLF and CADDY BAGS To Close $1.00 Bags at - 1.50 Bags at - - 3.50 Bags at - Also the balance of our Golf Clubs. The $1.00 quality at 75c. AVERILL MUSIC AND TILDEN & Wood Block, - Next Door to -PORTING i All Kinds of FOOT BALLS, From 60 cents to $5.00. Nose. Guards, Basket. Balls, Base Ball Supplies, Strik ing Bags, Boxing G'oves, Dumb Bells and Indian Clubs. Orders taken for Suits and , Sweaters. A. G. Spalding & Bros.' and Wright & Ditson's goods. Boston Bargain Store, (Telephone 128-3) Pearl Street, Barre, Vt. , C. N.'Kenyon & Co. t2f 1903, three pairs, $1.00. CAMP, Barre, Vermont, of school, with Students' etc. door and a pretty Matting, 1 will make your room vastly Buy these at headquarters. I City Undertakers, m POXOVAX & DOKFMAX, Mfr. We Offer - - - - - - - - $1.00 3.00 SPORTING GOODS CO TRADE 7 MARK m Q PC CQ JN SCHOOL SHOES have no equal for hard wear. For sale by WILLEY, National Bank, - Barre, Vt. GOODS! IMK I IIIli IUWi. Sales of Wise Ki:2 Flour are itKTea.-Uijj. W. F. .Mtv:s went to Watt-rburv this I Leon Cutler of East MontpeiiT was in the citytoday. L. BardelH of Hardwlck i.s ia the city visiting friends. Wiiliaiu Late went to the booth Kyegute ! fair this morning. William Cliiuch uf Washington was in the city yesterday. Tom Mills ent to Boston today fur a visit with f fiends. Mrs. Hayes of Graniteville left lat night on a visit in Montreal. W. II. Ilaiifom of TufU college is visit ing at the seminary for a few days. At the rceetiint of the clerks union last evening one application was received. Charles II. Mnne, a former teacher at the seminary, is visiting there ovr Sun day. Mm. Joseph Leizassea returned to St. Alo uis today after a two weeks' visit iu the cay. Miss Grace Partly, who has been visit ing at I). F. Davis' for a few days, weut to Windsor today. A. D Morse and family have returned fiuin Old Orchard where they have been spending the summer. Mr. Joseph Calcaynl returned last night after a month's vacation in Boston, Dorchester aud Concord. At the Orleans county fair at Barton yesterday F. A. Mayton's Willbrlno took third money in the 2.2:5 class. A c rn roast at the farm of George Dodue was enjoyed hy a party of youug people from this city last evening. Auction sale this evening at the city auction rooms, also Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m., Monday evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. C. A. F.stee, who hits been visiting her brother. W. J. Grady for a few days, left this noon for her home In Boston. L. M. Averill brought to the Times of fice the largest Iiartlett pear we have seen this season. It weighed a pound and two ounces. A. Home Investment. The capital stock of The People's National Bank of Barre, 1X) per share. Subscribe now at l'rinule fc Averill's. Char le Whelpley went to work on the electric road as motorman on Wednesday. William Green has entered the employ It the road as conductor. James Goodwin, assistant to Postmaster K. W. Bisbee, is taking a vacation of two weeks, a part of which will be spent at his home iu Montpelier. Georee Robertson while dinging pota toes on his farm on East Hid yesterday found one which he reports to have weighed o lbs. and 1 1 czs. Dean Seaver who has been employed as a conductor on the electric railroad during the summer, has finished work and will re sume his studies at Goddard seminary. There will be a meeting of the Barre Chess club Friday ni'ht, Sept. 11, at 7.80, in the Clan Gordon rooms, cuinhin block. All chess players are invited to be present, The NT. E. O. P. will hold a picnic and corn roast at Dewey Park Saturday after noon and evening'. Ladies will bring lunch. Let all who can take the 2.15 ear. Perley Buchanan leaves next week to enter Tufts college. He will not enter athletics this fall on account of his ankle which he injured in foot ball at Goddard last year. Along the line of potato stories G. W. Mann has one. He dug five hills of pota toes, each of which weighed 12 pounds, making a total of sixty pounds. One of the potatoes weighed two pounds. D. K. Williams of 5 Church street, re ports a good sale of his furniture and he has made a further reduction on the ar ticles not yet sold. The sale will continue a few days and then they will leave the city. ' The two troops of artillery from Fort Ethan Allen w hich were engaged in the reo.mt war manoeuvres at Portland, Me., passed through this city this forenoon on their war home, having been absent about a month. Harry Harris who has been a very pop ular clerk at Davis drug store for the past year and a half finished work there today and goes to Windsor to clerk in Koek wood's drug store. His place here will be taken by Fred Howe of Coneurd, N. II. A danea to be given under the au spices of the Ladies' Aid of St. Monica's church in Miles' ball, Sept. LSlh, will commence at 7 30 sharp instead of 8.:-:0 as heretofore, as many members of the or chestra reside in Montpelier and will have to leave on the midnight. The Ladies' union held a business meet ing yesterday afternoon and voted to hold a colonial fair the second week in Novem ber. The booths will represent the states in colonial times, which will be very at tractive as it is something different from anything that has ever been held in this city. The friends of Mr. and tyrs. William Dawson met lat niht at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gordon on Plain street, when John Shaw presented Mrs. Dawson w ith a fine gold watch as a token of the esteem and respect in which Mrs. Dawson is held by her friends in Barre. A pleas ant evening was spent in song and story, and the company broke up at midnight to convey Mrs. Dawson to the depot en route for Aberdeen, Scotland. The watch was purchased of J. W. Holton. . Selling Sci'oml ( fni of Strawberries. J. H. I'.ovvninu, n funnel' of Caldwell, N. J., is busy gathering a second crop of strawberries, for which he has al ready ro.'iped n goodly sum in New York, where he obtained ns high us $l.r0 a quart, soys the New York Trib une. The plants ure loaded with the fruit, some of which is as largo aw the famous Hilton berry.. There are end less numbers of plants with blossoms, mid every day people from fur unci near visit the Bowman farm to gaze at the sight. I jsevi materials ior nam rooes or uress- Ing sawiues at Veale & Knights. New table linens at Veale & Knights. THE NORTKfiELD FAIR. Tlie ai't Annual rvtiit Will C.e IKM .eot 1", 10 ami IT. The illst annual Doc River Valley Fair i will be he held at Xorthriehl Tufday, j Wednesday and Thursday of next week, ! with all the usual attractions that make ! this fair so great a success. This year I tha Billtiiirs Mock farm will exhibit the j choicest Jersey cattle to be. found ia the I nited States aud also the wet Id h best southdown sheep. ?!'") iu purses are offered for races on Weduesday and Thursday. , The C entral Vermont Kailway w ill sell round trip tickets to the fair ground at the following low rates: Williamstown fl.OO, Barre Toe, Montpelier ,e. Middle sex two, West Berlin 2, Xortlnield loe. Trains between N'orthlield and the fair ground; will run u follows; Fairgrounds, tt.lii, i(,;;u a. in , 1. 2, 4, 5 and 5 U3 p. m. Returning to .North field 0.47 and 10.42 a. m., 1.12, 2.12, :.25, 4.12, 512 and 5.45 p. m. On the last two d.r.s of the fair, Wed nesday and Thursday Sept. Id and 17. special trains will be run as follows: Leave Bane s 35 a. in., and 12 01 p.m. Leave fair grounds for Barre 3.12 and 5. 15 p. in. SENSATIONAL FIDE. On r'ront of au Kxprek. Train In The Mountain id Colorado. A thrilling scene is one of the number which will be shown in the Barre opera house tooight when the Lyman II. Howe moving picture exhibition will be given. It shows a sensational ride on the pilot of an express train through the famous Ute Pass on the Colorado Midiaud Kailway. The train dashes along the edge of great precipices, spans gorges at dizzy heights, rushes through tunnels and twists and turns over a route through which the in genuity of man has .spanned .with rails. Although one is not, of course, on the train, one niight as well be, for the sen satlou is there just the tsiime. One Is tak en with the train over a distance of about twenty miles. The scene is niven in the natural colors of the mountain and this adds to its fubliine beauty. When the ride i.s at an end you wonder at the engineer lug feats that "could build such a railroad. IN EVERY STATE. A Chemical Co Authorized To Do Kusiiieat New Voik, Sept. 10. The certificate of (corporation of the Ava Chemical Co.. as filed in Washington, I. C, Sept. sth, was made public this morning. The company is chartered to do busi ness in every state ia the union, Canada and the colonies of the United States. Au thorized capital is iM. 000,000. Charles E. White of Philadelphia, is president of the company and Arthur E. Ibhotson of New York secretary. The balance of the di rectors are given as Washintjton parties, but are clerks in the law cilice of one of the most prominent law ottiees there and are merely dummies on the board. The company will commence operations at Burlington at once. Mildred Holland. Mildred Holland as Angela di Savelli in 'The Lily and the Prince," a four act ro mantic drama by Carina Jordan, pro duced under the direction of Edward C. White, will be the attraction at the Blanch- ard Opera House, Montpelier, on Satur day evening, Sept. 12. The corning of Miss Holland is in the nature of a theat rical event. She is a great favorite with the theatre goers of Barre and Montpelier and her reputation has oeen established by hard, meritorious aud conscientious work. Miss Holland's business last sea son was large and gratifying both to Man acer Blanchard of the Opera House and Manager Edward C. White, but from all indications last season's record will be broken Saturday evening. It may not be amiss to say that the success sf Mildred Holland Is pleasing to every one. Special Anwimticeinenf, Last yfar Mr. Barclay gave a special prize to the stone cutter working the larg est number of hours and told the commit tee he would make it au annual oiler. This was overlooked by the committee in charge this year and Mr. Barclay now wishes to say that he will pay the sum of $5 to the stone cutter in Barre who has lost the least number of hours (actual working time), from September 1, 1002 to Sept ' 1, l!Xi:i. Communications endorsed by employer should be addressed to C. C- Ramsdell, fec. C. L. C. Competition will be closed Sept. 24. . These cold niEhts and mornings require a little extra neat ana a good central draft oil heater will make a large room comfort able in a few minutes. 4 siz"S, at .'J.Ps, 4.75, 5.0O, (! 00, at the Boston Bargain store. Every one warranted. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. TO KENT Down stairs ttraomcnt at sfi Map' Avenue. Jient reasonatile. Apply to Charier 1.. Cunveive. '-'Wif Blanchard Opera House, Montpelier, SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 12, ENGAGEMENT OF T"s tit i vi SUM AtitiillMttfitteNMIHHM Ani Her Superb Company in the First Presentation Here of CARINA JORDAN'S SUCCESFUL ROMANTIC DRAMA XShe I If l .and JLLs the PRINCE Presented on an Klalioratn scale with toil)? iiilleent ftceiierv, liriliiitntlv beautiful cos tumes, correct furniture and artistic lighting elVect, nmler the direction of Edward C. White. PRICKS volt Till?! ENGAGEMENT 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. Electric cars for iurre w ill lie held until the citii-e o) the tiitertahmieiit. SKI 4 wm a i Eleventh Anniversary Sale! Sale Begins Tuesday, Sept. 8, and Ends Saturday, Sept. 1 2. Separate Bargains for Each Day. We hive been with you now eleven years, each year giving you a better stock to select from and better values. Th.it our values have been appreciated we e! confident, as our business, with your help, has moved us forward until now we are ready to show you as select a stock of Dry floods as you will find any where in the state. Values that we are to put into this sale will go- to show that it is not always profit with us. DRESS GOODS DAY, FnJay, Sept JJ. Lot Xo. 1 Three pieces Black Crepons. These are goods that have sold at f 1 .00 and $ 1.25 per yard. Suitable for separate skirts or whole suits. This day 49o Lot Xo. 2 Five pieces ad-inch Repellents in navies, brown, oxford and garnet. Vou all know what this cloth is like. This day, per yard " . 4 2o BED SPREAD DAY, v. Saturday, Sept. 12. One case of "Marseilles Bed Spreads. Were bought at lm thau wholesale price today. They are full siz?, heavy and patterns the best. One dollar would be cheap for this Spread, but to make a busy finish to this anniversary week we make the price only 73 o. We limit the quantity to a customer. ' While attending these sales ask to i,ee our line of Furs for Ladies, Misses and Children, for it's a line of goods that you will have to buy very early to A. P. A Cool Weather Wear! These cool nights and mornings make you think of a Fall Overcoat, medium weight Underwear, Sweaters, Gloves and a little heavier Suit. We have a large line of Fall Overcoats, all styles and lengths, from $5 00 to $22.00. Medium Weight Underwear, in union suits and two-piece suits, from 50c to $2.00 Men's and Boys' Sweaters, from $1.00 to $5.00. The celebrated Sterling Sweaters are the best in the market, as you who have used them for the past ten years cao testify. Our line of Sterling Sweaters is twice as large as ever before. These cold mornings will call for Gloves. Our stock is complete. Prices, 25c to $ 1.50 a pair. Our Fail and Winter Su'rs are being received, and, as usual, will be up to date and at right prtces. If you must have a Custom made Suit or Overcoat we can show you a complete line cf samples, and prices are moderate. FRANK McWHORTER, One Price Clothier. An advertisement in the Times will bring sure results. SATURDAY Grapes, large baskets, - - - 18c .Foundling Apples, hand picked, per peck, - - 30c A good eating Apple, per peck, - - - 20c Pie Apples, per peck, - - - - 20 and 25c Fancy Bartlett Pears, per dozen, - - - - 4()c Bakery Department, Hot Baked Beans and Brown Bread Saturday. . Cream Puff's, Eclairs, Lady Fingers and Paris Buns. Meat Department. Large ripe Tomatoes, per pound, - - 5C Fresh picked native Corn, per dozen, - - - 15c Nice Fresh Celcy, per bunch, - -, - . 0C Sweet Potatoes, nine pounds for - . . 25c Beef Sausage, per pound, - - . . 10c Pork Sausage, per pound, 12c; three pounds for - 30c Native Chickens, per pound, - - - 20c A full line of all kinds of Meats and Vegetables, F. D. Leading Cash Grocer. o it hi i get present values. Gi Hatter and Men's Outfitter. AT LADD'S tP ! LADD, Meats and Provisions. CO