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THE JJAPJIE DAILY TIMES, APJtIL 11, 1001.
aciirciay special, Apr! Ladies' Waists at 79c. We have too many Waists at $1.00 and to close the lot and make room for our Muslin Waists, which we expect to arrive in a few days, we maks the above low price. Fifty Ladies' Shirt Waists, made of fancy woven white ground with black, blue and red figures, double breasted shield front, trimmed with large pearl buttons, graduated plait in back and stock collar with pointed tab, a splendid value at i.oo. Your choice on Saturday for only 79c each. Bear in mind these Waists are strictly up to-date and were bought especially for the Spring and Summer trade. You will make no mistake in buying this bargain. PERRY & 71 and 75 Main Street, 1 9 S I 1 rijU'r- to purchase something for her home will find pleasure in selecting from the newest of Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Papers, Window Shades and Lace Curtains shown in this city. Also Go Carts in the latest novelties seen this season. Buying or not, come in and look around. B. Hooker & Co., . The Emergency Store, Wheelotk Lot, Opp. Miles' Granite Blk. Ambulance Qlls and Undertaking Work Promptly Attended to. othes FOB Smart Dressers Come, now! Which would you rather do go to a tailor and pay $30.00 for a Suit no better in - style, fit or making, or would you rather pay us $15.00 or $18.00 for a Suit and put the difference in your pocket and escape the bother, delays and dis appointments of order-made Clothes? Of course I That is what any sensi ble man would do. Smart Single and Double-breasted Sack Suits, excellent for wear, fash ioned to fit; concave shoulders; hand tailored from beginning to end. If you will call here and look, we'll sell a Suit. FRANK McWHORTER, One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter. f Tht Great Sctnc in "Looping lie Loo?" Specia April 16th, 1904. j0 1 150 Ladies' and Misses' Belts, assorted sizes and styles, regular :5c and 50c goods. Your choice Satur day at 15c each or two for 25c No 2144 Silk Bow Ties, suitable for gentleman or lady. Also 24 Black Satin Teck Ties. Never sold before for less than 25c each. Your choice Saturday at 15c each or two for 25c. These Are All New, Fresl Goods and Are Well Worth Investigating. BOSTON BARGAIN STORE, 185-187 North Main St. Tel. 128.3 C.N.KENY0N & CO. CAMP, Barre, Vermont. OF WONDERFUL The Extensive New Stock of House Furnishings We are showing at our new store today. It outclasses all former showings, because everything is spic, span new and priced economicolly and every housekeeper who has H MAKERS at tic Opera House, Toesdar. Apr. 1? are: V' utter- J H.N.-,-!. -j t. 1 I V 5 " I 1 i C MAKERS u Saturday S TALK OF THE TOWN. Champagnes at Abbott's. Harry I,. Ford went to Stowe this morn ing Fred Fuller o N'orthfk-ld was in the city today. W. M. Eraser went to N'ew Yoik today on business. Peter Lavm went to Sherbrooke, I'. Q., today on a visit. A. A. Northrop went to South Royalton today on a visit. J. C. Griggs went to Nortbfield this morning on business. T."a for 1100 and si. IS) wrappers at Vaughau's Saturday. The "korreet" style in covert jackets and raincoats at Pitts'. Everett Hill of Newport is visiting in the city for a few days. Have yon seen those $5 50 oak chiffoniers at B. W. Hooker & Co's? Miss Bessie Spear Is confined to the house by a severe attack of pleurisy. Dr. C. F. Wetmore returned this morn ing from a business visit to Albany, N. Y. Waists at a bargain at Perry's on Satur day only "Jlto each. Regular $1 00 'juality. The jihotographs of the Rev. Mrs. Jones have arrived, and can be procured of I'earl Carr, For sale. A new Concord road wagon, cheap for cash. Apply at A. V. Badger & Co'g store. A few barrels of fancy apples just arrived at Sowden & Lyon's. Come early before they are all gone. Royal Areaunm meeting Friday even ing, 10th, at 8. Members ured to be present for business. Don't forget that Wilder's orchestra will play at the children's ball this even ing at llale's pavilion. A regular meeting of Court Granite City No. 3, Foresters of America, will be held tonight at 7.80 sharp. There will be a meeting of plumbers and helpers tomorrow niijht at 7.30 In Faint erg hail. Let there be a full attendance. The atrusement committee of the La dies of Clan Gordon will meet with Mrs. Etta Blake, 6 Park street, Friday after noon at 2.30 o'clock. Gilbertson's orchestra went to Iian- dolph this afternoon, where they are to play at "Pinafore, which Is to be given there by local talent. Mrs. A. M. Bradley, wife of the new pastoi of the L'niveraslist church, with Iter mother, has arrived in the city from Sangervil e, Maine. F. T. Cutler left yesterday for Boston. From there he will go to Syracuse to com plete the job of moving the lar8 boulder upon which work was begun last winter. TheliiaP.eed W. C. T. U.. will meet with Mrs. 11. II. Watkins on Friday after noon at 2 CO o'clock. As this is the an nual meeting for the election of oflicers it is necessary that all the members be pres ent. At the meeting of the Clerks' Union last evening two applications w ere reeeiv- ed and the foiiowum five candidates were initiated, Arnold Edmunds, Herman Pa vis, Phiueas Idd, Andrew McKay and Dean C. Towing. Something new at McWhorter's! Em blem supnders for the different secret t,riArgMisonie, 1. O, O. F., Ked Men, Modern Woodmen, Knights of Pythias, Foresters, Knights of Coinnibiis and Car penters' Union. All onion-made. This week's prayer-meeting at the Con cregational church w ill be 6a Friday at 7 2u p. m. instead of Thursday. Persons Intending to unite with the church in May are requested to meet the committee of the church at the close of prayer meeting. The Marks Bros, company is having a decidedly successful week at the Kane opera bouse. The largest house of the engagement is the record for last evening when "Mabel Keith" was tne attraction. This evening "A Bird in a Cage" will be presented. A New Catch. Freh and bright. Blue fish, Halibut, Haddock, Col, Cu.sk, Lake Trout, Fresh Salmon, Bullheads, Perch, Yellow Pike, Alewives, Flounders, Ilud deok Bob, lobsters and mains this week. Your orders early for prompt service. City Fish Market. Tel. 10-2 The play, the Shamrock and Hose, which was "recently presented here by U cal tal-ut, is to be given in Montpelier in a Jew week. The managers, A. J. Guth rie, John Hr-ney and Miss Helen Brown, are trying to arrange a date for the last of this Hionti or the' first of May. Hector A. Dubuc of Montpelier, who is largely interested in the Barre-Montpelier base ball team, has sold his coal business to C. C. Taft aud Hiram Odell. Posses sion is taken at once. Mr. Dubuc has large interests in church constructions which has occupied a great deal of his time lately, requiring his attention out of town. Everybody knew that the labor difficul ties at Barre, which resulted in the clos ing of practically allot tt:e granite sheds in that city, would not continue for any great length of time. The granite busi ness at iiarre is so profitable to the man ufacturers and the wanes paid to their employees so large that neither side was willing to reniai idle any longer than was absolutely necessary to arrive at an uu dersUuduig. Butlind News. Chief McMahon, .of Moritpelier. ' been placed rm the committee to repr Vermont In the organization of an elation of Chiefs of Police of New V At a recent meeting of the Mrs association the matter was dil circulars were sent cut to sentiment, such a respon that It has been decided t the organization, and CI this city, has been comtn respect to the forruatior tiou. The sensation of tl ley circus is repeat surdity "Looping tl to the Barre opera thrilling feat take, and scene, when ed on a bicycle, around the loop this act brings ! tio applause. I the author th sical absurd!' 1 er surprises sic, dancluj' A. P. ABBOTT fc CO. Champagnes Arc Intoxicating! So Ate Outs! Our Champagne Dry Goods are intoxicating. They lead ladies to purchase whether ready or not. They captivate the select trade. The poor can have them as well as the rich. Here they are 1 Champagne Dress Goods. Champagne Dimities at 12 1-2. Champagne Grecian Voiles at 18c, Champagne Paris Suittingj for skirts and suits at 18c. Champagne Mercerized Duck for skirts and tailored suits at 25c. Champagne Mercerized Striped Duck for tailiorcd suits at 25c. Champagne Simille de Soic. This is the queen of wash goods. Now 25c. Champagne Silk Muslins. These arc the 25c grade. Now 19c. Champagne Mercerized - Mattassee for 35c- Champagne Jacquard and Damask Waistings for 45c Champagne Lace Striped Silk Muslins, new and beauties for evening or graduation dresses, 50c per yard. Champagne Wool Dress Goods at $1.00 per yard, a good grade. Champagne Hats o TALK OF TEE T0WH. Champagne dry goods at Abbott's. Saturday sale of wrappers at Vanghan's, "t'O. Y'ou can get Elastic Carbon Paint at Sowden & Lyon'a. Be on the lookout for the Elite Lady Minstrels May 0-7. The Independent Ten will give a party in Hales' pavilion May 2. Joseph Odgers left this noon for Clyde, Ohio, where be will visit relatives for a few months. Note the exceptional value In ladies' spring suits itfered by Fitts and now on sale at $15.00. Do you want a waist? If you do, go to Perry's on Saturday and buy one of those bai gains in waists for only 7t)o each. Wo oro f.llinir snd shall continue to sell, twenty pounds of extra fine granulated sugar for oue dollar. Eastman bros. You can buv three loaves of bread at Eastman Brosfor 25c. We have a com plete line of baker's goods fresh every day. The 1.15 C. V. train this afternoon was Ticnrtvnn hour late In arriving on account of an accident on the main line at Oakland near St. Albans. Mr. and Mrs. Frank U. Morgan of Fort ney street were surprised last evening by a party of 35 friends who gathered to cel ebrate Mrs. Morgan's birthday. The eve ning was most pleasantly spent. A phon ograph furnished part of the entertain ment, and a lunch was served. Mrs. Mor gan was presented a haudsome cucumber spoon, F. D. Beck ley, Mrs. Richard Bradley, Mrs. L. M. Averill and Miss Beta Beck lep went to Burlington this morning to at tend the wedding of . Luther D. Beckley formerly of this city aud Miss Bernah Lesser which took place at the bride's borne in Burlington at 2 o'clock this after noon. Mr. and Mrs. L. I). Beck ley leave tonight for Miles, Mich., where he is employed as e vil engineer for the Michigan Central H. R. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Beckley of this city. Does your tin roof leak ? Elastic Car lion Paint is not in its experimental sta" but has been on the market emtlr fur 15 years, during which per been usd extensively thrun United States and Europe by. largest matinfdCtiirim' best of results. T' mending to you ' article, knowiti demonstrate t ticular as re Sowden & I No will we are as weigh .' by Keyi A. P. ABBOTT & CO. Champagne Dress Goods. Champagne Taffeta Silks, the very best grades, 75c Champagne Kai Kai Silk, 24 inches wide, lor 5k Champagne Pongee Silts, one yard wide. This is a special for 98c But bw dry goods stores have it at anv price. Champagne Dress Trimmings. Champagne Laces and Allovers in popular prices. Champaigne Braids and Insertions from 5c up. Champagne Gloves. Champagne Gloves for Ladies and Misses, these are two-clasp Berlins, for 25e. Champagne 2-button Network Gloves, the latest, for 50c. Champagne Kid Gloves, the warranted kind, for $1.00. in Mrs. V. F. Shepard's ecu "Always Best BUT ESPECIALLY As we intend carrying a new line of Couches front a new factory, we will close out our present stock at very low prices. Better see them. You can save from 3.50 t0 ?5-OOon each. A. W. BADGER & CO., BJ?'&m0Bt. Undertakers ! iZ- . Fimeral Directors ! House, 159-21. TELEPHONE Store, 137-11. Ambulance Always Ready For Calls. loss I his Interest You? Four large packages of Toilet Paper, guaranteed to contain 1000 sheets of the best quality of pa per, for - - - - - - 23c More of those Tomatoes, three cans for ' - 25c Golden Wax Beans, extra fine, per can, - 10c ierchanfs Economic Grocery t'.TT?T.'.?.TT?TT.? 1 Will Be Pleased to See You I C AT THE OLD STAND. O. L DOOGf. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. Champagne Waists and Suits. Champagne Waists in bur Gtr-m.-nr. Department at $2.98 and $5-00. Champagne Raglans a $12.00 and Coats at $16.50. Champagne Tailored Sui;s .it $20.0(1 and $22.50. ' Champagne Silk Petticoats at $8.75. Champagne Shirt Waist Suits at $15. (Mi, Champagne Lace Curtains. Champagne Nottingham Lace Curtains for $3.00 per pair. , Champagne Nottingham Corded Lace Curtains for $3.50 per pair. Champagne Cable Net Curtains for $3.75 per pair. Champagne Cable Net Curtains, very heavily corded, fur $5.75 per pair. Millinery Parlors. fw For the Money 9f SO JUST NOW. Jeweler and Stationer, -'. Barre, Vermont. jj