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Tin: kauri: daily times, no v. 20, 1003.
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;kets and Comforters!
A cold wave coming. Don't delay in buying your Winter
supply it's risky but come in and see our warm kind at
moderate prices.
10- 4 Blankets at 45c, 57c, 75c, Si.oo, $1.50, 11.75, 12.50,
$2.75 up to 6.oo, in white, grey and red. '
11- 4 Blankets at i.75t 2.so, $3.50, ?4.oo, ?5.oo,.$5.5o,
46.oo and $7.50, in brown, grey, red and white.
Comforters, the kind that .are filled with nice, light cotton,
at 85c, oSc, $1.2$, $1.50, $1.87, fi.oo, $2.50 up to $5.50.
PERRY & CAMP,
71 and 75 Main Street, - . . : Barre, Vermont.
ettled
What's Needed
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in your home in'
season ?
it's settled or not, visit our store this week.
For the
giving
coming Thanks-
Whether
You'll see
much that will improve the home, and likely enough just
the articles vou need.
There's a splendid showing here of Dining-room Fur
niture, Exrension Tables, Serving Chairs, Odd Sideboards
and China Cabinets. None better in the city. None
better priced.
Just twelve more of those Eleven-piece Chamter
Stilts at $25.00 left. They are 7.00 better than any
Suit ever offered in Barre for this money.
B. W. Hooker & Co.,
(Telephone Connection)
Park Block, Barre, Vt City Undertakers.
TALK OF THE I0WX
Fitted back coats at Abbott's.
Dr. F. M. Lynde is confiued to the house
witQ sickness.
C. II. Sawyer went to Bethel this morn
ing on bustucss.
Mrg. Fav Blake of Bradford is
at V. M. ilolden's.
visiting
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SPECIAL for THANKSGIVING
Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 25 and 26.
Fresh Made and Pure PJbboa Candy, pet pound, 1 3c or two pounds for
Fresh Fait Chocolate Cream Drop'. pound.
Delicious Mixture, per pound, 1 5c or two pounds (or
Fruit Candy, per pound, 15c or two pounds far
Peanut Chips, per pound. ... .
These Candies Are Made Fight Here in the City.
25c
15c
25c
25c
15c
BARRE CANDY KITCHEN.
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New Mixed Nuts, "two pounds tor -Delicious
New Dates, three pounds for-.
Imported Turkish Figs, two pounds for
New Cluster Raisins, per pound, .- -New
Bulk "Raisins, per pound, -Cranberries,
three quarts for -Cider
Jelly in one-pound boxes,
Canned Tomatoes, new pack, per can, -Bulk
Oocoanut, per pound,
Specialties
25c
25c
25c
20c
10c
- 21
10c
10c
18c
TALK OF TEE TOWX
erchant's Economic Grocery
RECEPTION LAMPS!
LIBRARY LAMPS!
The finest assortment we ever had in stock. New
shapes with oxidized copper effects. Also gold plate, and
polished brass finish. Reasonable prices.
Come in and look them over, whether you wish to pur
chase or not. ..; ,
Boston Bat gain Store,
(Telephone 1 28-3)
J85-187 North Main Street, ' C. N. Kenyoa & Co.
Miss Louisa Calrter is confiaed to
house on account of illness.
Children's ready-made dresses for $1.00
to $.1.00 each at Veale &' Knight's.
A. E. Batchelder is confined to the house
by Illness, at his farm In Plainfield.
John Harrington is moving to Rich
mond onto a small place he owns there.
Dr. C. N. Barber drove to Tunbrldge
yesterday where he has a large auction
today.
Our furs have met with excellent pale,
the values ottered making this possible at
Fitts'.
Clarence Wood has moved Into Dr.
I.Rinb's tenement, lately vacated by L. W.
Heath
Miss Agnes Narti returned this morning
from a few days visit at her home in Bur
lington. 5
Mifls Antoiaette Pelideau of Granlle
vilie was the guest of Mrs. J. II. Leclair
yesterday.
The I'hilomalhians will meet with Mrs.
Charles Iloyt, 4 Camp street, Tuesday eve
ning at 7.15 o'clocK.
Miss Isabel Cordiner is to ret - a for the
winter term of school 011 Beckley liiil, the
term beginning Nov. 80.
E. II. Dotn of North ColaU becan
work this morning as watchmaker in J.
. Holton s lewelry store.
Earl Parker went to Burlington this
mornlnjj to attend the class day foot ball
game at the University of Vermont.
Miss Josie George returned from Rich
mond Saturday evening to spend a week
with her mother, Mrs. A. A. Northrop. -
Charles Churchill has moved into the
Charles Currier house on Merchant street
recently purchased by Churchill and Bra
ley. Rev. Brian C. Roberts left this morning
for Coucord, N.ll., to spend Thanksgiv
ing with his father, and will return Satur
day. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presby
terian church will meet at Mrs. A.- i
Clark's on Division street Tuesday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Miss Georgia Gilbertson, who has been
at the Mary Fletcher hospital, Burlington,
for treatment of the knee, has returned to
her home in this city.
Mrs. Itattie Marsh, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs, Clifford Cote, for sev
eral weeks, left this morning for her home
in oreester, Mass.
Mrs. Georire L. Bates returned this
morning from the Iltiaton Hospital at
Montpeiier, where she has been for sever
al weeks for treatment.
Arthur C. lMa has finished work at
the Central Vermont freight depot and
goes to bis home in Newport tomorrow to
teaot school this winter.
Senator Dillingham Is to get the chair
manship of the Senate committee on immi
gration. Pretty good progress for a
youngster. KutUnd Herald.
Mrs W. E. Fisk, who has been In a
hospital la Somerviile, Masai, for treat
ment, returned to her home the last of the
week, much improved in health.
A special convocation of Granite Hoy al
Arch Chapter will be held at Masonic
hall Tuesday evening, Nov. 24, at seven
o'clock sharp. Work, Mark degree.
The D. A. Perry real estate agency has
sold the stumpage of soft wood on the Si
mon Parker farm in East Calais to .Joseph
Butterfield of North Montpeiier. Consid
eration $00.
Albert, the seven-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ely, Cottage street, died
Sunday morning of pneumenia. The fu
neral will be held from the Catholic church
tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. Travis of Barre city, has purchased
the farm of Frank Willard in East Mont
peiier. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Parker will
live with them. The household goods were
moved there Saturday.
If "Old Veteran" will send us his name
we will very glally publish his communi
cation. The name is not wanted for pub
lication, but we cannot publish letters
without knowing the authors.
Fifty cents admission for adults and 25
cenes for children, to Clan Gordon social
and dauce Wednesday evening in Hales'
hall, Pearl street. It pays for the whole
business, a good concert, tea, coffee, cake,
sandwiches and 20 dances.
The private dancing school, with Prof.
Elmore as instructor, will have a mothers'
afternoon, December i, at which all moth
ers are welcome. As the seating capacity
of the hall is small, only the mothers can
be entertained at this lesson.
A team, driven by C. N. Mcintosh of
Montpeiier, was run into by the engine
Arthur Tandy, at the Granite street cross
Ing in Montpeiier Saturdav. Mr. Mcin
tosh was thrown from the team and re
ceived Borne cuts. The horse escaped In
jury but the wagon was somewhat dam
aged.
A Montpeiier divts'on of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians has been organized
with Thomas Crowley as president, E. J.
Blanc-hard, vice president, Thomas Ford,
treasurer, Patrick Guare, financial secre
tary, and Edward J. Eagan, recording sec
retary. The division starts witu zu cnar-
ter members.
Miss Jessie Marvin has been elected cap
tain of the girls' basket ball team at Mont
peiier seminary and has secured the Co.
H armory lor tne practice worK or tne
team which is to be at once commenced.
It is expected that the team will be the
best that has yet been organized among
the young ladies of the seminary.
The idea of the Barre commissioners in
deciding to have telephones of some kind
in the public school buildings of the city,
however, is well worthy of Imitation by
the school commissioners of Rutland. Tel
ephones are badly needed in the local
school bnildincs. It happens almost ev
ery day that teachers wish to communi
cate with each otuer or wun ine superin
tendent and it is necessary now to use
some of the pupils as a messenger in such
! cases, which usually means a loss of time
' to the pupil and a delay in the transmis
sion of the message. Kutlana News.
Mutch & ("aider are Laving their plant
covered with ruberoid.
J. II. I.eClair finished work Saturday
night as clerk in the Blue store
W. F. Holbrook of Hyde Prk is a new
employee at Ladd's meat market.
Rickert & Wells will give away 500 gold
fUb. Saturday. See adv. tomorrow.
Mrs. George Parmelee of Essex Junc
tion visited in the city over Sunday.
Miss Martha Beir of Swanton was the
guest of friends in the city over Sunday.
Peter Depatie went to his heme In Mil
tou Saturday night for a few days' visit.
The Athenas will meet w ith Mrs. F. W.
Jackson, Dewey street, Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. White returned to
day from a visit with relatives in Burling
ton. Will Johnson returned from New Tork
state Friday night, where he had been en
gaged la cuttiag stone.
Miss Lydia Goneo and George Miller
went to Shelburne this morning fnr a vis
it at the latter's home.
A few left of those $2.73 and $2.08
black petticoats. Closing at $1.C'. atFitts'.
New coats for misses, sizes 11 and 10
years, at Veale & Knight's.
Bennington underwear at Abbott's.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
I.UST A nifHrrh;uiiu lip l-w-t. Thursday,
Nov.V., 011 'iranil'j etrrrt. . t'iniler please leave
at Thiif ollice. 8. i'ontium, i'Utt'J
WANTED Agents, ladies or irentleiiieii. to
work In Hty for reliable Chlcairo bouse. Salary
S-uiw, impure o( A. i. aicyuoen, 1 a verm
street. i'l.itf
Clan Gordon No. 1 2, O. S. C.
Annual Thanksgiving:
SOCIAL and DANCE
And Celebration of the 25th
Anniversary of the Order
of Scottish Clans,
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 25th,
. IN HALE'S HALL,
PEARL STREET, . - ' - BARRE. VERMONT .
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It suggests that Winter is very near that before another pay-day you'll all need
the comforts of Winter Underwear and Hosiery, Bedding, Winter Coats and Furs.
Underwear and Hosiery.
FOR WINTER UNDERWEAR we are showing what we consider the k-:
all
fur Lad
garment tor warmth ana wear manufactured today. Comes in
and Children. It's the old reliable Bennington Underwear.
MUNSING UNION SUITS have more improvements than all other makes
combined.
HOSIERY. We are selling a good Hose for 10c. Our Hose at two pairs for
25c is up to the best. The Hose that we advise buying will cost 25c. They
come in Boys Heavy Wool Hose and Boys' Velour Fleeced Hose. (You will not
equal these values.) Misses' Worsted Hose, the kind that usually sells fur 35c, will
cost you 25c. . . .
Bedding.
COMFORTERS from $1.00 to $3.50. The one-dollar one is filled with
good clean cotton batting. Ask to see the largest Comforter in the cky for $2.00.
BLANKETS at special prices: 45c, 59c, 75c, $1.00, $1.19, $1.49 and $3.00,
Ladies' Coats and Furs.
This weather has brought us more garment trade than ever carne to this store in
any one week. Our assortment just in is at its best better even thaH it will be one
week from today. Our largest invokes of garments came this week. Our prices are .
recognized to be very low. When ladies remark that our styles are the best they
have seen, it don't take long to do business.
FURS. Many Furs arc selling at a big advance. Ours were bought last
Spring, when Furs were at their lowest mark. Our prices will not go up m long as
we have the Furs to s,-..!.
CONCERT riMXSRAJlMK,
1 Gathering of the Clans. ..Fiperjas. Cameron
2 Overture Gilbertson's Orchestra
3 Remarks on the Work of Clan Gordon,
No. 12 Royal Deputy Wm. McDonald
4 Address on the Good of the Order of Scottish
Clans Mayor J. Henry Jackson
Sonj Mrs. Alex. Forbes
6 Song Mr. Robert Du!f
7 Song Miss Maggie Brown
8 Comic Song (in costume).. .Hr. John Kessock
9 Song Krs. James Slora
JO Song Kr. John Anderson
Miss Id Chmess. Accompanist.
Order of Twer.tv Dances to Music fur
nished by Gilbertson's Orchestra.
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Thanksgiving Offerings!
This being Turkey-time, we are offering some " royal
birds" to appreciating patrons in the way of Suits, Over
coats, etc. Whether it be "turkey and oysters " or
" 'possum and sweet 'taters," we want to say that our
dressing is the best dressing just the thing for all
classes. And besides the main dish of Clothing we supply
all the side dishes and " trimmin's " in the way of Hats
and Furnishing Goods all at prices that will make you
thankful for such a house as this to buy from.
Doors Open at 7. Concert to Commence a; 8.
ADMISSION:
Adults 0 Cents.
Children 25 Cents.
MRS. WINSTON CHURCHILL
Hemstitched
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FRANK McWHORTER,
One Price Clothier. Hatter end Men's Outfitter.
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Don't delay your nittiuj?" for Holiday I'botngraphM.
Now is the time if you want tlicm for Christmas.
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We. have a very well selected
tj stock of fine Stationery, especially
tor polite correspondence
2 Twenty - five cents buys a
J full pound of White Cloth Finished
i Paper. Envelopes, ten els a bunch.
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i RED CROSS PHARMACY,
Rickert & Wells,
? 160 North Hiia Street, Barre.Vt. C
We have just received a new lot. Latest colorings,
carpet sizes. Prices right. We are headquarters in JJarre
and you will get more here for your money than elsewhere.
See Bargains in Rcckers. in Our Windows
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The Noxall Ttouscts
Are the most popular, low-priced, made-to-measure
Trousers that we
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F. A. Hfitchrnson.
Room 3, - - - - Eastman Block.
TRADE MASK REGISTERED
Insist on Having the Genuine!
It has the above Trade-mark stamped
npon it every three feet.
Barre, Vt.', Nov. iz, 1903
Mr. W. II. Pitkin, Barre, Vt. ,
Dear Sir At a special maeting of the
City Council held on November nth,
1903, it was voted to indorse the "Rub
eroid" Roofing sold by you as a material
complying with our City Ordinances with
in the fire district. Respectfully yours,
JAMES MACKAY, City Clerk
Ask for Samples arid Prices.
WM. II. PITKIN,
Telephone 231-2. ,Focm 3, Miles EuilJing Barre.
BARRY & WILLIAMS,
New Tomasi Block, Corner Main and Merchant Streets.
INDEUTAKKKS ANI FUNEKAL DIKECTOI'S
T. H. BARKY, - - 5 Averill St.
Telephone 209-12.
L. M. WILLIAMS, - M Jeff ei son (St.
Telephone 212-12. .
for. ilieri!
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Large, ripe, sonnd Cranberries, three quarts for 25c
Fresh lot of Malaf a Grapes, large and sound, per pound 1 0c
Canned Plum Pudding, something; nice, per cam ". 25c
Ikinze Best Mince Heat, per pound .' , . 1 5c
A cheaper Mince Meat, but a good one, per pound 10c
Three packages of Lefgett's or Nonesuch Kince Meat, for 25c
New Raisins, three pounds for . 25c
New Layer Raisins for the table, per pound 23c
Mrs. Mcintosh's Home-made Jells 10c, 15c and 25c
English Dairy Full Cream Cheese, per pound 20c
Sage Cheese, flavored with sage leaf, per pound , 1 7
Full Cream Plain Cheese, per pound 16c
Bulk Olives, per pint 2tk
Fresh Boston Celery, nice and crisp, per bunch . 12 i.2c
Fresh Native Chickens, per pound 1 8c
Fresh Native Fowls, per pound 1
Fresh Native Turkeys, per pound 25c to 28c
Twelve pounds of Sweet Potatoes for 25 c
Native Pig Pork Roasts, per pound 11c to 13c
Beef Roasts, best Western Beef, per pound 13c to 15c
Full line of Geese, Ducks and all kinds of Vegetables.
Remember we roast your Turkey or bake the Chicken Pie.
F. d. lad:
Leading Cash Grocer.
Meats and Provisions.

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