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TJIE IJAIilUJ DAILY TIMES, SEPT. 7, 1001.
oocts! New Blankets Extra good values at 49c, 55c, 75c, $ 1 .00, $ 1 .25, $ 1 .50 up to $6.00 per pair. New Lace Curtains at 50c, 75c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 per pair. New Dress Goods, new Outings, new Towels, new Flan nel Wrappers, new Furs (no old stock). You should see these Furs. PERRY & CAMP, 71 and 75 Main Street, Bane, Vermont. ai i i - - ... A Best Place! The Best Place To Buy Furniture is right here, because all the most serviceable and popu lar sorts are to be found here. We fully guarantee every article of Furniture we sell and the prices are right- right low, we mean. In Wall Papers we have all new stock, as you know, and are showing a line that cannot be beat. Fine patterns are shown at 10c per double roll, Borders at the same price. The Emergency Store, Opp. Miles' Granite Block. B. VV. Hooker & Co. Ambulance Calls and Undertaking Work Promptly Attended to. TALK OF TEE TOWN. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT 6c CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. Cook with gas. Alteration sale this week at Yaughan's. I-e Roy Kenneth Is visiting friends in the city. C. G. Mascott is in Burlington today on business. Xorthfield was in the 08 ck to School Again! How Time Flies! Here it is September again and your boy must have some good School Clothes. The growing, romping school toy is an expensive proposition at best. Parents, who have raised a few, know all about it. They know, too, the real value of " The Widow Jones" Good School Clothes." We have the satisfying kind, with all the style features to please the bov, and back of it, the solid, substantial wear the parents always insist upon. School Suits $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 up to $6.00. FRANK McWHORTER, One Price Clothier. Hatter and Men's Outfitter. Prices For Any Day in the Week. Native Spricg Chickess, per lb.. .... 23c Native Fowls, per !b......... Ifc Shoulder Roast Pork, per lb 1 Oc Bt Loin Foast Fork 12c Sausage, per lb. 1 0c three lbs. for . . . 2Si Lard, 10-lb. Pails, per lb 9c Lef of Spring Lamb, per lb 1 8c Home Cured Hams, per lb 1 St Home Cured Bacon, strip, per lb 1 2 Salt Pork, per lb. Ilk., tweivre lbs.. .$1.00 Iwtaty-pouni keg of Tripe 75c Beef Steak, per lb 1 6c to 23c Green Cora, per dozen ears 15c Shell Beans, per quart 5c Ripe Tomatoes, per lb..... 5c Celery, per bunch 1 3c Sweet Potatoes, seven lbs for 25c Cantaloupes, two for 5c Cucumbers, three for 5c Squash, per lb 4c Lemons, per dozen... 20c Full line of Groceries. SMITH BROTHERS' CASH MARKET, Corner of North Main Street and Maple Areaae, Barre, Vermont . Perfectly Delicious! THOUSANDS EAT IT! Do You! 9 FAMOUS ICE CREAM Leave your orders for picnic parties, etc. We fill orders on short notice. BARRE CANDY KITCHEN. f Y J mW 1 f&F . A liOOL sc SUPPLIES. Blanks, Pencils and Pens, Erasers, Rulers, Crayons. Special values in Tablets and Composition Books at 1c, 3c, 5c and 10c. Boston Bargain Store, (Telephone 123-12) 185-187 North Main Street, Barre. C. N. Keayon & Co. John Cotter of city today. Large comfortables, at Veale & Knlgnt's (or $1.25 each. W. T. Turner has gone to Waterbury to attend the fair. i Don't miss the alteration sale at the Vaughan store. Creighton Colling has gone to Barton to attend the fair. Fred Burnhara of Tnfts College Is visit ing friends in the city. E. K. Houghton of Washington was in the city today on business. The T' will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at Mrs. Watklns' on Park street. Miss Isabel Robertson has gone to Fall River, Mass., for a short vacation. 60 to the Art Store Thursday to get a free lesson in embroidery, bee adv. Miss Delia Collins has gone to Laconia X. II., for a short visit with relatives. John and Ixmlse Tomasl have gone to Aberville, P. Q., to enter a school there. Howe's Moving pictures are coming September 13 with an entirely new line. Nice, well-housed limb wood for sale at 12 a run. Cash on delivery. L. K. Aver- Ill. Mrs. D. J. Leonard of Canaan, JT. H., is visiting her sister, Mrs. P. F. McCarthy. Regular meeting of Forresters of Ameri ca Thursday evening, September th, at 7.30. You can buy blankets at Vealo & Knight's from 5Uc, 75. P8, $125 to $5.00 a pair. Miss Carrie Burke left this morning for Montreal to resume her studies at school there. This weather says " Top Coats." Mc- Whortei't $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00 coats are stunners." The Lyman H. Howe Moving Picture Co. promises an unusually fine entertain ment September 13. William Adams, the station agent at the C. V. depot, has returned from a vacation spent in Portland, Me. Come and bring your children to the M. E. Church Friday night for a real automo bile ride, only 10 cents. The early bird citches the worm, and the early buyer in fruits, gets the cream of the season, fcowden s Lyon. A. Checehi has sold his house on O wald street to Louis Aimetti. Sale made through the F. B. Cate Heal Estate agency Pietro Esteve, who gave an address in Italian at the Labor Day picnic Monday, left last night for his home in Paterson, . J, An u. s. c imiton was picked op on the street this morning and brought to this office. The owner can, have same here. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Harris, Mrs. D. F, Davis and Miss Maude Harris have gone to Windsor to attend the wedding of brother. Miss Annie Inglis returned last night from the White Mountain, where she has been playing in an orchestra at the Fran conia inn. 1, Born, Sept. 5, to Mr. and Mrs. A. West- landofKt. Louis, Mo., a daughter. Mrs, Westland was formerly Miss Jennie Beat tie of this city. Miss Carolyn Endght, at 10 Langdon St., Montpelier, is disposing of her entire stock of millinery, and everything will be sold this week. There was a good attendance at the monthly supper of the Baptist Ladies' Aid society last evening and an excellent supper was served. The attention of (Joddard students is called to the special sale of fancy choco lates by L. M. Averill, opposite the park, See bottom of last page. T. F, McCarthy, secretary of the Quarry Workers' International Union, moved his oiliee today from the Morse block into the new Scampini block on South Main street. All parties having bills against the Cen tral Labor Union of Barre and Vicinity are requested to send same at once to Alex. Ironside, Secretary, 8 Ayres street, City, Regular meeting of the Lumpers, Box ers and Derriekmen's union, No. 50, in Wheeloek block, Wednesday evening, Sept. 7, at 7.30 o'clock. B. A. Bylow, Ch. Trustee. The public schools of Barre city opened this morning with a very large enrollment, which number will undoubtedly be largely increased during the first few weeks of the fall term. The Ladies and Pastors union will meet Thursday afternoon at 2,30 sharp at the M. E. church. Let there be a large at tendance as there is important business to come before the meeting. There will be a Velox demonstration at the Red Cross . Pharmacy this Wed nesday afternoon, from 2.30 to 5 o'clock and in the evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. Please come and bring your best negative. William Bailey, the negro who a week ago fell from the third story of the new Mathewson school building landing on his head, was on the street yesterday smiling. The only evidence of his experience was his right hand carried iu splints. A pleasant surprise was given Shirley McNeil yesterday at herhome on El more street, it being her seventh birthday. There were abont fifteen little guests who left many pretty gifts, The hours from one io fonr were pleasantly spent in play ing games and ice cream and cake was served. The Salvation Army officers and sol diers are busy collecting for their harvest thanksgiving. They will solicit from the public a tithe of the bountiful blessings of field and store.ln kind or cash, as a thank offering to God. Anything received will be turned to good account to support and extend the evangelical work of this suc cessful organization. Their achievements are beyond controversy, highly praiseworthy. Our Twelfth Anniversary Safe This sale begins Tuesday, Sept. 6lh, and closes Saturday night, Sept 10th, lasting just five days. This is the twelfth time that we have favored our trade with the benefits of an Anni versary Sale. Each year, as we have grown larger, we have been in a position to do more and more in the way of larger values. Our store space this year is three times larger than last year in fact we occupy today more selling floor space than the next two largest dry goods stores m Barre combined. We are now to give you the greatest shopping opportunity that we have ever offered a special bargain for each day of the week. Everything in our store will be sold at less, than regular price (except Spool Cotton snd Spool Silk). This is the first time our Anniversary bale has taken the whole store. JZ? 1 ini , i nil Lace Curtain Sale. Wednesday, September 7th. Thirty-five pairs of Notting ham Curtains, three yards long, with lockstitch edges, in new designs. This is our best i35 Curtain and cheap at that. This one day's sale at 98c a pair. Twenty pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains in the new Paris pattern. Une ot our leaders at 2.25.' Now in this one day's sale at $1.69 per pair. Fur Sale. Thursday, September th. Twenty-five Isabella Opossum Clus ter Scarfs, with six soft tails, a good $5.00 Scarf. For this one day, $2.98 Twenty Isabella Opossum Fur As torias (like one in ut) with four small and two brush tails. You will see poorer ones at $8.50. For this one day, $4.98. Napkin & Damask Sale! Friday, September 9th. Twenty-five dozen five-eighths Nap kins. These are all pure linen, with sd vedge edges, and a ready seller at 1.35 For this one day, 98c. Four pieces of 72-inch, very heavy Scotch Damask, in beautiful patterns. This Damask never sells for less than I . oo per yard, often for more. We sell it this, day as a special advertisement at 69c per yard. Repcllant Sale. Saturday, September I Oth. Fifteen pieces of 56-inch Repellants colors of navy, brown, garnet, oxford,, grey, brown mixed and black. There is. no cloth at 75c that for wear and looks is up to this cloth. Those who have used it can testify to our statement. This is the first time in three years that we have had a special sale on this cloth. Every yard ought to be sold by ten o'clock. It always has been when in a sale at this, price. This sale at 42c per yard. Mrs. Shepard is Receiving New Millinery Daily. it 6 is, TALK OF THE TOWN. Bake with gas. Stetson hats juat received at McWhor ter's. Fresh Providence River oysters at Sow den fe Lyons', Frank Sheridan has gone to Berlin, X. II., on business. Extra help engaged to take care of the trade at Vanghan's. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Griswold this morning. Mrs. Thomas Brady and daughter are visiting friends in 1'lattsburg. Dr. F. M. Lynde has returned from a trip to the exposition at St. Lonis. Born, Sept 7, to Mr. and Mrs. John Presley of Currier street, a daughter Someone broke into W. T. Gillespie's shed on Sunday and broke two stones. Plums are at their best now and market Is low for nice grades. Sowden & Lyon. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bowman of Lowll, Mass., are visiting friends In the city. Mrs. F. D. Maynard viho has been visit ing friends In the city returned to her home in South Berkshire today. The Interest on notes of the Barre Sav ings Bank and Trust Company will be due September 1. Please call and pay same. Velox Demonstration! WASHINGTON. -9 . . .. : Wednesday, September 7th. j Afternoon from 2.30 to 5 and evening from 7 to 9 o'clock... Please come and bring your best negative. Red Cross Pharmacy, g Miles Building, Barre, Vt. Fickert k Wells, .Proprietors-. Clover Cheese! A Dairy Ckese of the best quality, 13c per lb. Also a nice Young America Cheese, 18c per IK C150CEK1ES, MEATS AND PROVISIONS. MERCHANT & FRASER, 303 Norti Main Street and 6 Elm Street, Barre. Don't forget abont the fair, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thnrsday, September 20, 21, and 22. AVe are all going ! Mrs. George Huntington, who was so seriously Injured in a runaway, has been moved to her home but is very badly off, as she cannot lie in bed bat has to sit np ail the time. Freemen's meeting pnssed off very qui etly yesterday and closed with the election of A. W. Hutchinson for town representa tive by a majority of nearly 40 on the first ballot. Z votes east for Bell and 45 for Porter. WESTER VILLE. There will be a dance in Crowley's halt Saturday night. Duby's orchestra. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. TO KENT Suite of two offices in the Onrrier block. Apply to H. 8. Currier. HTtf W ANTKD At mux, experienced cirl for gen eral housework. Apply at 57 last Street. 147tf A Fine Shotgun, $5 $6.00 and $7.00 Lowest prices on Ammuni tion. Cartridges for all kinds of rifles. If troubled to get the right size, you'll find it here. AVERILL MUSIC CO., 23 North Main St., Barre, Vermont. Ladd s To Buy Jericho, Vt. Corn Heal and Graham. It Costs More than the Western, But is Very Much Better. Grocery Department. Ten pounds Jericho Corn Meal for -Ten pounds fresh Jericho Graham for - Ten pounds A. or A. A. Oat Meal for - . Ten pounds of best Rolled Oats for - - Meat Department. Fresh Celery, per bunch, - - . , Ripe Cucumbers for pickling, per bushel, , - -Green Tomatoes for pickling, per bushel, -Potatoes, per peck, - 25c 30c 35c 35c, 10c 65c 65c 1 5c T Jl t " F. D. LADD, Meats and Provisions.