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THE BAimiC DAIIiY TOTES. 'AUGUST 25. 1906.
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1906. nn ra L 00 It takes something besides a piece of leather, a few tools and so many stitches to make a good Glove. Meyers' Gloves arc started right with the raw material and follow the lines of highest quality and best workmanship up thru every stage to the last stitch. ' :, For many years MYERS has held a reputation second to none in the world for producing fine Gloves, unsurpast in quality and finish. That we handle such a line of Gloves we feel justly proud and it is with a great deal of pleasure we invite your inspection of this line, in cluding Glacae Kid, Cape, Craven Tan, Mochas, Suede and Silk Lined , Mochas. From $1 .00 to $1 .50 a Pair. THE HOMER FIT IS CO Weather Prediction. . Fair Saturday and Sunday. Wanner Sunday. Fresh eat winds. August Underpriced Sale Commencing today and rcontinuing for the rest of this month we shall offer all our high-grade Oxfords greatly underpriced. Only a short time now until the Fall Styles will be in and it is imperative that our shelves be cleared of all remnant lots, broken lines, and odds and ends. : You know our policy is to carry all new, fresh goods each season, and in order to carry out this policy we inaugurate this underpriced sale. . -. ; - . BARRE SHOE CO. 131 North Maine Street Telephone 432-4. Barre,Vt. United Shoe Stores Co, Barrc, Hardwick, Burlington, St. Albans . TALK OF THE TOWN New lot of 51.00 wrapper at Ab bott's. ' Xew comfortable', $1.00 and $1.25 each, at Vealc & Knight'. The kindfrparton reopen in the Miles' griuiit hioelc September 4, under the directors of Mis 'Mia. I). Hill of Montpelier, who muweeds lice- look, the latter having given : up the school. Telephone Montpelier 'U-'j2,.' EAST BARRE. There will") a' social dance Ju opera i home bull, Saturday evening', , Angut 1 25. OilVwrtHon orcfcwtra Dniiclng from 8 to 12. Bill ,50c. ; 1 There will be a soi'ial donee at the j Foresters' hull Saturday evening, Aw ! enst 25; Cauthier'a orchestra; dancing j from 8 to 12 bill, 25 certt. GRANITEVIIXE. i The Foreters of M. V. of A., Haple i Laf camp, will hold a social dance, in ! IflU' hell, Grgniteville, Saturday night. ! Batcfcelder' orchestra. Bill 50c per couple. , ' , There will be a special meeting of branch No, 12 of the quarry workers' international union at Graniteville, Wed nesday evening, August 29. Uufitics of importance. ; . tSMMMNraM!mxm)rox)W)Mem I j z'pvQtttm:' "I - n t t 1 I i i 3 262 North Main St, 9 . Talcum Powders, 1 Cold Cream, Toilet Waters, $ Perfumes, etc 1 We have them all, and I the best obtainable. A MATTER GF HEALTH fin TALK OF THE TOWN. Local Happenings Tersely Told for Busy Readers. 3fl-ine.h warranted black taffeta for $1.00 at Abbott's. , ' Everything for baseball at lowest prices, Averill Musio Co. ! Miss Bertha, Tierney i confined": to the house on account of illness. Special value in corsets, 69c per pair, at Perry's on Saturday. Regular $1.00 cowls One lot of gowns, skirts, suits, waists, corset and odd lots to go at half price. Veale & Knight. , Masters Bertie and Arthur Smith went to Moseow this morning for a few weeks' visit with rclntives. '" C. L, Bugbee went this morning to Highgate to spend Sunday with his fam ily who are comping there. Sirs. Thomas Sheriffs and Mrs. Charles Stevens went to Middlesex this morning for a short visit with relatives. Miss Louisa Allen, who has been visit ing relatives in this city, returned this morning to her home in Warren. ' Mrs. Mabel .Johnson and son left this morning for l,nricaatr, Mass., where Mrs. Johnson will put her son in school. A. IX Morsie returned Yesterday after noon to Old Orchard Bearh, Maine, af ter being in town for a few days on business. Webster Laird of this ' e.itv has sold his half-intcret in the Xortbfield Cafe at .Xorthrlcld, recently purchased by in nr. Bradv's clothing store is offering all its 8!c and 25e men's underwear for 19c, "an Saturday's special. See the win dow display. Smsll place with.' six acres of land near the city is offered by the D. A. ferry real estate agency in their "ad" on the 5th page. s Mr. and Mrs. George Wolcott return ed to -their home in Morrisviile .this morning aftr visiting Mrs. Fayette Cutler in this city. si, The opening; j;ame of the Montpelier inch school foot ball season is with invl- dsrd near the openinir of the schools The Montpelier srhool lias eight ot last ytars team to start wua. All who are interested in the two i.rf t lunn nf tha 1ar thu lahor rtroh " - i em and the drink problem, are requested to com to rootn 17, Miles' block, Sat urdar ereninir. Auff. 3$. at 7:30. to meet the candidate of the peonies interest for representative, Joseph twgers. rer orUer, tity lomnmiee. The death of Heber X. Tildcn, father of Heber C, Tildun, who was shot while doing Ked Cioss dut' during the fire following the earttiquake in an rran cisco, has been announced krre. The el der Mr. Tilden was 77 yeant Of age and was in feeble health duriag the great calamity of last April, , SUNDAY DINNER. mm it V PA 1 -l D. P. DAVIS, "The Druggist," Barrc, Vermont. ft! Si An advertisement in the Times will bring sure results. rrflt Absoluts! Puro MS HO SUBSTITUTE A Cream of Tartar Powdor, free from alum or phos phatio acid ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Celery At Hawes' Restaorent, 205 North Maia Street Hourt 1 to 2. Soup.' I'omomme Ciiuken Fiah. Baked au Xaturel Boiled. Ox Tongue M'ith Horse Radish Sauce Beast. , faicken with Dressing Roast Beef , Roast Pork Yorkshire Puddinf. Apple Sauce Eetreeit. Knplih Breakfast Eaon and Spinach rid in Knttem wttn Maple Syrup Vegetables Roiled Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Uieen Peas Sliced Oicumbers Pastry and Dessert Meat Tie Green Apple Pie Boston t'reain . Blackberries i. . Strawberry Ice Cream , , , linked (Apple Tapioca Cream Tea ,i. -Milk . Coffee mercury j -: I i ' mmmmmm Pt tie riro Out " m 1 ! l :UJ I ELECTRIC I I I AND USE THE IRON I 1 I 1 Then Watch It Oo DOWN I I " I 1 Consclidatad Lighting Co., Mon!p6',lor, Phono, 3244 L J J it Shoe Trades That are good money savers, the odds and ends of our Summer stock, including Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers for men, women and children, all going at a big discount to close them. Come in, look over the line, see if there is anything you can use at a price that is going to sell the goods. Clearing Out Sale On Summer Goods NEGLIGEE SHIRT SALE An immense lot of $1.25 and 1.50 Soft Bosom Shirts, just right for this hot weather, to close at 89 c Large lot 75c Shirts, all styles and sizes, to close at 49c NEW TABLE LINEN If you do not need Table Linen now you may later. We arc offering some exceptional values for the next few days. The patterns are new, the width is 70 inches and the price is 75c per yard. We have Napkins in large sizes to match for 2.25 per dozen. Low Kate Sunday Excursions. The Central Vermont railway will run a low rate excursion Sunday, August 26th, between principal atation. coming north ou paper train leaving White River Jet. 7; flu a. m., returning on even ing train leaving Kt. Albans 6:25 p. m, see llyeTs tor rate and particulars. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CIVIL , AUTHORITY. The board of civil authoritf of Mm City of Uane, Vermont, will holJ meet ing's on the eveninpft of Wednesday and Thursday, August "Jth and 30th," 1906, at 7 o'clock, ii. m., in the city court room. City hall, for the purpose of rc visiiifj and correcting the check li,t to be lined at the September election, and to admiiibter the freemen's oath; and do any other busmen that may properly come before the board.; Dated at tho City of llarre, Vermont, this 11th day of Aiuiut, A. D, IDoo. William ltarclay, mayor. MEETING OF THE BOARD FOR THE ABATEMENT OF TAXES. w. j. Mclean, Telephone 424-3. S220 Smft Vhm Sfel Skts, Vermont MILEAGES Rented, Bought and Sold. C. IL KENDRICK, 54 N. Main St. Tckpbon 36-21 There will be a meeting of the board for the abatement of taxe held in the city court room, City hall. Bane Ver mont, on the evening of Wednesday. August UM, 190rt, at ? o'clock, p n,., for the purpose of abating taxed, Dated at the City of ttiiire, Vermont, this 11th day of August, A. I). 1S00. William Barclay, mayor. VINCITIA LODGE, No. 10, K. of P. Castle Hall is Blan chard Block. Regular meetings on Tueiday evening at 8:00. PANTS REDUCTION SALE Our complete line of $4.50 and $5.00 Pants, all this season's goods, to go at $3,98 All our $3.50 and $4.00 Pants in worsteds, chev iots, etc., to close at i r r $2.98 Our" $2.50 and $3.00 Pants to go on this sale at $1.98 , Lot $2.00 Working Pants to close at 98c VEALE & KNIGHT, Telephone 123-2. Currier Building, Barre, Vt UNION CtOTHINO COKPANV, UNION CLOTHING COMPANY. 8' THE D EGMHK OF THE END This week is the last week of the Great Clearance Sale at our store. We have had the most successful sale we ever had. Saturday, August 25th is the last day. If there is anything in the Clothing line that you need now is your time. We have a lot of nice Summer Suits to close this week at $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00 and $10.0 that arc beauties. Get one before they are gone. Union Clothing Store, One Price Clothiers Telephone 126-2. Old Skating; Rink Building, 0pp. Depot Square. 4 XKTdKOD OMIHIOTD K0IND XKYdKOD OKIHI01D ilOINQ Underwear! Underwear! Our complete line of 50c Underwear, in Balbrig gans, Jersey Ribbed, etc., to go at 39c Suit Gases, Trunks and Bags, Lot $6.00 Leather Suit Cases - - - - $4.98 Lot $4.00 Leather Suit Cases - - - - $2.98 Lot $2.50, and $3.00 Suit Cases - - $1.98 Lot $1.50 Suit Cases 95c Trunks from $2.50 to $10.00. Shoes for Hen, Women and Children at Money Saving Prices Lot Men's and Women's Shoes reduced from $2.50 and $3.00 to $1.98 Lot Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes, including the High Cut Hunting Shoes in Russet and Black to go at $2.98 Children's Shoes to close at all prices from 23c to $1.23 .The best ready roofing in the world.- Requires no painting.' Absolutely fire proof. Quickest applied. Two, three and four -ply, $2.25 to $4.50 per square. . The N.-D. PHELPS CO., Plnmibng and Heating. ' 136 North Main Street, Phone 29-3. Barre, Vt n SUMMER STOVES Prices cut during August on all kinds of Kerosene and Gasoline Stoves as follows: No. 813 Perfection Kerosene, 3-burner, from 8.50 to No- 812 No. 811 No. 20 Senate No. 30 Senate Ideal. No. 463 Quick Meal Gasoline 3 No. 462 " " ' 2 No. 46B Sun Vapor " 3 No. 4SB 44 44 ' 2 These are real bargains, get what you want before it is gone., C W. Telephone 439-3 from 8.50 to ' - 16. 75 " 6.50 to - 4.95 " 4.50 to - 3. IS " 7.00 to - 3.7S " 9.00 to - 8.75 " 1.90 to - 1.52 " 8.00 to - 6.35 44 6.00 to - 4-70 " 8 00 to - 6.15 " 6.00 to - 4.65 ill .& Co., 81 North Main Street A.A.SMITH & BRO. Men". Outfitter Miles Granite Block, - Barre, Vt. n i nine neoucions. In Summer OEothlng for Men, Youths and Boys Prices in many instances cut in half. It pays us to clear the counters to fill with Fall Goods. We will not carry goods over no matter how good, nor what they cost, or what they are worth. Not an ordinary, but a most wonderful sale, made at the right time, while the season is on for these goods. We can not impress this upon our customers too strongly. We guarantee our goods to be exactly as we repre sent them. All goods not satisfactory may be returned for exchange or money back. This extraordinary bar- I gain sale will last for this month only, as new goods for tall nave Degun to arrive aircauy. During this great sale we hope to add many new customers to our list. Will you be one? - Remember the place, THE BLUE STORE THOMAS BRADY, (Successor to Se gel &t Brady,) Telephone 27-2. Bolster Block, U5 Maia St y iW We have several of the most desirable Paints for same be they wood, tin or iron, also genuine imported Vene tian Red, and " Princes" Iron Paint for barns, etc. Prices always right. Midsummer is the time to buy pure r : i n:t !.. illlilCU Jll 1UW. Telephone 31-3. L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Park, Barrc. Vermont,