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THE DAHHK DAILV TIMES. IMKKE, VT., SATURDAY, NOVKMHKU 7, 10U.
5 It Means Dollars Saved On Goods You Need AT THE SATURDAY'S SALE AT PERRY'S BUY NOW WHAT YOU NEED AND SAVE MONEY, AND YOU HAVE THEM WHEN YOU NEED THEM Here Is a Good Value in RIankcts 98c Value, 79c Puir Hlankets, 79c Pair White, Gray, or Tan One lot of Blankets, 46x7-1, a fair weight ami well-finished Blanket. Here is a Blanket that you will do well to buy now, as we cannot get more at the price, 79c pair at Perry's. Outing Flannel Night Robes at a Saving $1.23 Value, 89c Each Ladies' Outing Robes, 89c Each These Robes are made of the best quality llannelette, double yoke, roomy and well made, nicely trimmed, a $1.25 value. We shall ask you only 89c each on Saturday. $1.50 Value, $1.29 Fleeced House Dresses, $1.29 Another lot of those Fleeced House Dresses, made of a good weight fleeced goods in Navy Blue and Gray, nicely trimmed; a well-fitting House Dress, and one that will please you. Only $l.J9 each on Saturday. $1.19 Children's Serge and Plaid Dresses $1.19 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 Years You cannot afford to make Dresses. This is a well-made and attractive Dress in Serge, in Navy Blue or Cardinal and Pretty Plaids. This is a $1.50 value. This lot for only $1.19 Saturday. Underwear at Quite a Saving Better Get in Touch With Us on Underwear Ladies' Fleeced Vests and Pants, each 2oc, 35c, 50c, 60c Ladies' All Wool Vests and Pants, each $1.00 and $1.50 Children's Fleeced (they have fleece) , an extra value at, each 25c Children's Fleeced Union Suits, the best value, each 50c Children's Wool Vests and Pants, each.. 40c, 50c, 60c, 65c, 75c Ladies' Union Suits, each 50c, 60c, $1.00, $2.00, $3.00 Ask to see the Underwear for children, all sizes, at, each. . . . 25c TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY CAMP a Saturday Special! Tabourettes at Less Than Half Price We shall place upon sale Saturday a two big bargains in stands, and you a will not wrant to miss either one or a them. Bargain No. 1 One gross Tabourettes, exactly like H a cut ; size top 11 inches, height 17 inches. This stand g a would be cheap at 65c. We shall sell them Saturday g a as long as they last at 27c each. a I 5 y. . a . 2 ,:. ;' : z v - w , m a a Bargain No. 2 One-half gross Tabourettes, exactly like cut, size of $ top 12 inches, height 24 inches, one shelf, shaped legs and a splendid a value at $1.25. Will be sold Saturday at 59c each. a All finished in Fumed Oak, the pop- a ular finish of the day. vuluea at l ittn linen uli. it means money aaved at IVrry'a on Saturday, " More Indie' waist received to-iluy at Vau),'hniiV See list of V. F. HirlmnlHon real eatate, nage 7. Winter underwear, none better Ht the price. I'oinit here to-diiy, Vautfhau'a. Mm. N'imi Lewi of ('otta;;c afreet left lust liif-lit fur u short visit with friend in Huston. Annual aale and chicken-pie supper t tlie ('onKreHtioiuil church next week Thursday, Nov. 2. Npeeinl fleered underwear for lildiea ami children tliey lmve the fleece, too at .'i', Il.V, ."n)e, llOe, at Terry' on (Sat urday. Mr. A. X. INihinmiu of Sou li Main afreet Iihh returned from a ten tiny' atiiy in Watcrbury, where ahe nut the guest of Mra. N. Vaar. Georire H. HutchiiiH of Kast lhirre was in the citv yenteriluy on bin wHy home after a few week' visit in New York City, Hoston and other cities in that vicinity, lloseoo Mefver of (irnnitevilbi was a visitor in the eity tliis morning while on his way to lliinover, N. 11., where he went to attend the Dartmouth-Tufts football name this afternoon. Curio l'orlozza, uho pleaded guilty to an intoxication charge in city rourt yes terdny, was taken to Montpelier in the afternoon to serve an alternate sentence of 20 days in the county jail. Douglas (jordon returned to-day to Lynn, Maws., after pHssini? several davs at the home of his father, Robert (for don, of Orange street. Mr. Cordon is now employed by the (ieneral Electric Co. in l.ynn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford l.eini"iix and two daughters, who have been visiting relatives in Webstcrville for the past, two weeks, were visitors in the city this morning while on their way home to 'La chine, 1". Q. Rev. W. J. M. Beattie and Mrs. Beattie of Trciuont street have, returned from AthoMano, P. Q., where tliey were called by tlie death of a meml. Iev. Mr. Jieat lie olliciated at the funeral, which was held yesterday. Last evening in their hall in the Scam pini block, the I. 1 C. held the first of their series of dances. Kiley's orchestra furnished music and the dance continued until 1 o'clock. Ice cream, cake and sandwiches were served. . P. ABBOTT CO. I A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. I ABBOTT CO. Our Strongest Argument The strongest argument we can give to the trade in regard to the merchandise we are putting out is our guarantee as to quality and style. We only buy merchandise we personally know should be right in every way. If for any reason they should not be just as represented, we are more than ready to make them right. In buying merchandise of any kind, it is not the price we pay that interests the most. It is the value we get out of them after we have paid the price. It makes no difference how cheaply priced an article is, if after we have purchased same it has no wear ing qualities. We are always looking for style,' but that must be coupled with wearing qualities in order to be satisfactory. We buy only of those houses who we kn ow take especial pride in the wearing qualities put into the article put out We want you to get a dollar 's wort h of service from every dollar you spend with us. I Mr. s ml Mrs. Andrew J. Guthrie, who were recently married in fiarre, returned to-dav from a two weeks' trip to New York, 1'hiladelphia. Washington and lioston. Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie will make their home at 6 C.'liir street for tlie time being Mrs. D. C. Barrows, who has been spending several davs with her son, Charles K. Barrows of 15 Central street, returned this morning to her home in Vergennes. She was ceornpanicd by her grandson, Charles Barrows, jr., who has been visiting hits father for a few days. P. F. McLaughlin returned last nig! to his home in Cambridge, Mass., after spending several days in fiarre on bus- mess. Plan for the first issue ot Mr. McLaughlin's new publication, "The Monument Retailor," are nearly com pleted. Barre granite manufacturers have entered enthusiastically into Mr. McLaughlin's project. Misses' Warm Coats This is the weather that brings to our minds the Warm, Serviceable Coats for the whole family. For those who want a warm Coat for service we have a few values that will surely interest you. These are a few of our best Coat values that we carried over from lust sea son. We have put these on one ta ble and give you your choice at one half price. These are Coats in sizes from 8 to 14 years' and are Coats that Bold at from $5.75 to $12.00. This is sure ly a good chance to get a good, warm ("oat for a small price. At $2.75 are Coats that are made from a good, warm serviceable goods and the style is not so much differ ent than this year's models; are Coats that sold at $5.50. At $3 25 are a few odd Coats of last season's models, but you would hardly notice the dilerenee If we did not tell you. This is just half the regular value. At $5 00 and $600 are a few odd Coats in large sizes that sold at $10.00 and $12.00. These are not a bad styled Coat, but are an extra good value. Ladies' Warm Coats This has lieen tin unusual Separate Coat season and the mukes and styles are especially designed for warmth and service. The Black Fur Fabric Coats are very popular, and are a Coat that will give unusual service. Black has been more popular this season than it has been for a nura lier of years. The assortment of ma terials is largo and varied. The Salt's Plushes and Fur Fabrics are goods that for service cannot be duplicated, and the style of the ma terials are such that tliey make up in extra good styles. At $100O we have a very good Coat value that comes in Blues, Browns and Blacks; is made in one of three different styles, and tlie goods is a good gloss astraehan, lined throughout with a guaranteed satin. in the better Coat values we can give you most anything you may want, as to cloth and different style designs. In the Fur Fabric cloth and the Zibeline, our line is complete and the variety of ptyles are the season's best. Our Misses' Junior line of Coats is a line that has been very popular. This is a line of Coats tliut are in a popular price and the materials are the best. These arc Coats that we sell to misses and small ladies. For style they are jimilar to the ladies'. De Bevoise Brassiere DeBevoise These are the most popular make of Brassieres on the market. Brassieres have come to be a ne cessity the same as the corset and corset cover. They are made at a very small price ami are a part of every ladies' dress accessories. De Bevoise Brassicrs are advertised in every one of the leading maga zines. Style similar to cut is one of our best. These sell at 5(K' each. Brassieres help in many ways more' than the corset to correct the form and add comtort to the whole lit of the. costume worn over the Brassiere. Brassieres are made to sell at from 25c up. Best sellers are the Sflfi values. We sell lots of the $100 Brassieres; COc buys a good one. We have several styles at 50c to select from. If there is any style made in Bressieres that we do not carry in stock it will take but a day or so to get a special style. We carry what we con sider the very best styles. You will never realize the convenience of home shop ping until you have ordered your goods by mail sent to you by our free parcel post. This makes a quick, very satisfactory way of doing your shopping. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN A hunting party left this morning at 8:15 o'clock for Pittstield, where the Itonit i" hunting? carnii will be reonenpit 3 for tlie deer season. I, B. W. Hooker & Co. I Exclusive Agents for Barre and Montpelier A. BecMey Dealer in Paints, Oils, White Lead, Varnishes, Wall Paper, Mouldings, etc. ; Artists' Supplies a Specialty 46 Main Street Over Drown's Drug Store Telephone 2S9-W Barre, Vermont Last vear campers at "Bouita" secured three deer and the departing nimrods this morning were sure that the record would ls eclipsed this season. Among the hunters who will be at Pittstield for the week-id are: !. Brogsini. Frank Biermevcr. Adl fo Comolli, duM-ph Hrua and Fred Pick ering. They will be joined next week by other hunters from Bane and Barre Towns. Next Sunday .evening, Mr. K. It. Fulker son, a prominent educator in .Ispan for a number of years and, during the Spanish-American war. a vice-cofiul in that courttrv, now a field -retarv of the church in Annriia, will pcsk. under Sadlier's for furniture, floor covering, clothing. Special wool dress goods at the Vanghan Store, Children's serge and plaid dresses for 11.11) each at Perry's on Saturday. Owing to repairs being made on ves try, use front entrance of Presbyterian church in going to the chicken-pie sup per to-night. Carl J. Nelson of 15 Wellington street leaves to-night for Northampton, Mass., Hartford and Springfield, Conn., where he will visit relatives for a week. A large assortment of plain and fancy aprons, also many good things to eat, on sale at the Woman's association fair, Nov. 11 and 12, Congregational church. C. Newell Barhur of the Kat Mont pi li -r road left this morning for Bur lington to attend the Vermont-New Hampshire State football match this afternoon. The parliamentary law class will meet in Aldrieh hall Monday evening at 7 o'chxk. The lesion will le on "Organi zation. All club meiulMTs are invited to Ik' present. 1. A. Perry and C. W. Perry were in ;ranille to day, holding an auction sale at the tJeorge I'anton farm, known as the Ford farm, on the river road from Oranville to Huchcster. Benjamin f-a arcllo of North Main the Muxjiiees of the brotherhood, at the i street 1. ft the city lat night for B. Linen Bags stamped with simple designs and initial, with the material to finish, all for ten cents. Winifred E. Rowel I, 161 North Main Street Ib-dding church. At the gnat rhurclt convention to l lull in Boston, begin ning November 12, lr. Ftl!keix'i ih ine of the many prominent men to lie pres ent, Barre is rvperially foituale in hav ing the pi it ill ge of bearing him. All w ho ma v w i-h to ilo so are coid.ailt Welcome to this service. Muic by the brotherhood. As a sub-titme for the proposal to im poe a line ot d' liii iuerit voters, who fail without suflii ii'nt eu to exercise tbt suffrage on election day, a prominent Bane lawyer list come forward with the ton. where he ul remain lor a few clays business tivt in the interest of arpa rello Bros., granite manufacturers. IVil Niini bft the city last evening for New York, where he will meet his father, Nitfn Nii-ini. who i returning to America after a j ear's sojourn in Italy. 1 lie rider NiMiii will accompany hi son to Barre and take up hi residence here gam. Angilo Biamhi of Qumcy, Mas., and .lobn and .lames Biamhi of Milford. j X. II., armed in the city to-day. hstiriB Istri summon 1 here t'V the death fit TALK OF THE TOWN "Richelieu" union suits at Fitts'. New lot of nigger brown dress good at Abliott's. Ladies' furs, muffs, fl.fA $2.0(1, $3.03 up. At Yuughan'a. See page 8 for menu of chicken-pie supper, to be served at the Presbyterian church to-night. Miss Hazel Maiden of West Street is passing several days with relatives in Springfield and Ilolvoke, Mass. Miss Harriet Jlover, a teacher in the eity schools, went to South Koyalton this morning to pass the week-end with relatives. Tames McKenzie of !raniteville was a visitor in the city this morning while on bis way to Newport for a week's visit with friends. Miss Nellie Prrrin went this morning to Bellows Fa!l to attend a nii-cting of the executive board of the Vermont Women Teachers' club. The Tourist club will meet with Mrs. Ladd Monday afternoon at 2: HO. Mem bers are aked to notify Mrs. Ladd if they are unable to be present. (ieorge Halvosa. who has bivn at the City hospital seteral weeks during an illm- with typhoid fever, returned to day to his home on Church street. A great variety of fancy articles. band painted noti ltici and laj anee good at the Congregational churi h parlor. Nov. 11 anil 12. A splendid opportunity to do your ( hritmas shopping. The Ministers' Monday club will bold Its firt meeting in Barre tins season in WATERBURY Death of Arthur Demeritt Occurred on Thursday Night. Arthur Demeritt died Thursday night at his home in Moscow. He was born in Waterbury April 1". S4.", the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Demeritt. Jan. 27, 1877, he was married in Montpelier to Rachel Towne. Most of their mar ried life had been spent in this viein ity. He is survived by his widow, one son, (ieorge Demeritt, on the home place, and one daughter, Mrs. C. II. Presby of Lisbon, N. H. There are three grand children. The funeral is to be held in the Congregational church Sunday after noon at 2:;i0 o'clock. Rev. W. L. Hoi court is to officiate, and the burial is to. le in charge ot inooskl lodge, No. 4!, . ,' ,. , . ,. r . Dm 1. and A. M. The funeral of Chester B. Williams was held at Hovbury Thursday, burial being in the village cemetery. Key. W. L. Hoh-ourt of the Congregational church here ufliciuted. The bearers were two sons-in-law, W. N. Towne of Waltham, Mas., and Dr. ,f. F. Clair of this phoe; and two cousins, V. H. Merrill and W. i ,i...,;n ..r i.'.,vi..,,,- i ,,...,, !,,,... present from out of town were Mr. and I " 'Th,,i f,'v,' r Mrs. W. N. Towne of Waltham, "Mass. : j Mr. and Mrs. Colby W arren of Fat j Warren, and Charles Biagg of Barre. The mariae ceremony of Mi Fthel I Kthel MiCer, pianist, Miss (iertrude. Mil ler, violinist. Miss .nnie Dorothy Palm er, cello, furnished music during the banquet. The program was as follows: Meeting opened by Mentor lodge; recep tion to grand lodge' officers; address of welcome, P. (1., C. C. d'raves; response for district, John Molms, Mt. Pleasant lodge; response for grand officers, K. .1. Putnam, grand master; rendering un written work, O. H. Henderson, grand secretary; exemplification of -first de gree. Vermont lodge, No. 2, Montpelier; reports of lodges in district, social hour and remarks by grand lodge officers and others; closing ceremony. The recep tion committee was C. C. (iravesj. A. Fos ter and 1!. J. Knowlcs. Among those present were P. J. Putnam, grand mas ter, of Windsor; Dr. L. C. Holcombe, deputy grand master, of Milton; Alex ncan, grand inside guardian, Barre; O. H. Henderson. L'rand secretary. St. .Johnsbury; Frank W. Jackson, grand representative, Richmond; O. J. Oross, deputy grand patriarch, Montpelier; and J. A. Foster, grand patriarch, Water bin v. Frank Maxwell, employed by W. Randall, i suffering severely at his home on Main street with seiatica. Miss Dorothy (irow remains very ill The iiianv friends of Mrs. Mvrtie Out- til Jones, who is seriously ill at tr Heatoii hospital, fori triv anxious. Mrs. Oupt.il remains in Montpelier with Mr. ami Mr. C. C. Taft. Maxwell is tiry ill at the n' i , i .May t oiuns 01 ims inn n ami t larcni-e . solemnized at. the Congr. cat ,oi,al par-; ' ,..' S((r, . f, it i)t. M.nage 1 hursday by Let. I Bo,-. Mf( Mvr, (lf ra XVjtrr,.f, court. They were accompanied by Mr. t Tlllrt,,-V f ,,(.r nephew, and Mis. James Oreon and Miss Agnes j, ,w jM j,- ,..,.. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. liassiv are toj reside at Norwood, Mass., where the the parlor of the Bi dding M. K. eliun li ; groom works on a monotype tnai hire. ; on Monday at ln:,ti) m. Rev. F. W.J Mis Collin vs railed home by the ill-: Lew is of O r-t on will read a paper, ncss of her mother, who died lt weik. ingestion that tl. voter h.i rsnnot ( t,rol).r Artonio I'. Biamhi, win I It is Easier to Talk Than to Walk fnrmh a tdauimlilc rue for hi t,n piearnee at tHe poll on flection Hay . sJmmiI-I be disfranchised fir a nol o , ii year, at least. Hi igT' tion iimhi ith it a provision t.jr nuking nieni1-ta of the iKiard oi rivil author it y arbiter, in tlie matter. Within the prewtit wnk o'd Oneral Apathy has raiiw-J a gis deal cf rn tn among people ) , lute that the mw of faipuUr powm , n.i it liirge on the int-rt manifest, d ' ' v the ' to 1 . an f t. ran-itv of . '' " I U-t T l t- baa win.! t;.e a il,i to, a Ji'tT t' l" b"H ir t'l ! a J ot e- h in in i !'i .1 f'vible Thonc your orders to u for rrorr j t deliveries. M&il your orders and we will dt liver free. Sent! your order?, and we will tit at yuur ehi'd or V '- I ' i f ' a lei tn-t -.., I. i 1 !'!' 1 I. ill (' , . a ; d - i - . Vt ; 4 , c ,1 , V fill- 1 . ; .,. , , 1 1 t V , . ' I.' ' i n.l '. -, a i.. n n a me.5er.er as courtcuflv as we vou! J vourMlf. 2 Wrir.z your order?, r.r.d we will cive yj a dm.?- ftere f en ice fat:.-factory to the fullest dpx-e. g 2 For Saturday rr.r-Ae. Fre-fh Huylcrs and F'?" Ch-c' Try them. i. - .' 4 a t- j .. . - - 1 t - .- 1 - ft ' - v V 'h ,.f - rt. ' , i ' ' : . f 1 !. rn . k a I ... . t ,.. 'I s 1 I , " ' ' ! - '- . f t t 1." f !fM s- ; .. ..it , I H -!.. fl , tj .0 ; ;' if - 9 rt f '- I t m 1 i 1 4 a ' S1 l I . -,. j.aed amr at 1 lott,spe slnit lt etctnng at !' o'i lock. JiJin l.alli. wlio ha Ih n aprndirg a few dat in Barre sirn ri turning l.at from an rvten led !ay in I'epia. a ek i? i. left ls tiigl t for a short j lav in I', i-ton. Iwfore po.ng t- Indian-1 si!i. to re h 1 to lw n,ptye1 t.y t!.e St-tder t.rasilfe Co. j I Tbe . '11 Mate ure" a S l-m ti f t tlie fill's. MHr, I'ur- gti'ji. N I ' at - ( in. A sjeak-r f ..'ii at,.--! .1 at" w ill a-' ;r- the . r- '1 1 - ''"?, k m . an ie t, t .? t - ' ' . and a Is : I t. ! an i --',' 1 --( ,,, n 'ir I iiintn-n ,-' at T tl. ae t! , at t: - I f Aibi b -I f!. on "lacing the Situation." Deaeonesa B.n ne of the North Barre Methodist mission returned to-day from a trip through tlie north, rn part of Ver mort. in the eoure of which he spoke at a tneitinir of toe Woman" Home Mis sionary ats ief y of the Methodist church in Morrist die. A'tite preparation are in prugrea ty the nu tnlti r of the ladies' union of de l'niv-ralit l urch, wheii-l.y thy hope to make their am, nl ale and felitl a gri-afrr iiiie tfian anr f'f pretiisi yi ir Tlie ale m!l be h 1 ! dunrg the tli r! wik of the jr'-sent month. The "nmsna Home !tsionrv artri ttt of the .1,.list iliitnll M dl bold a 'in! t . . n c at the liw of lh-. and '. I.. ! Ma-i 11. 11 At. till sfr.t. Vf.-n .'ay ,.-. at 7.o'.l l. A g'ssd "ir't'i br 1 n tt.t :di I, 'i-'i .wtd bv a I fe-in. A'i are int'I.i!v in- til.-l. :lu Card of Thanks. h to tl.aiik our friends and for the kindness shown us Therefore the wiilding was tcry qtiiit. ',; rtf, the time that we w. ie shut in The distrnt meeting of district No. onr j., and a. so to thank the 7, I. O. . F., was held with Mentor fcsi-bir who so kindly n inemU red the bulge Thursday ,-trniin;. A tine baieiii t ! boy hil.- stmt asy fr.oii n lutol an I was served by Tnierald Bebekah h , j clinch. No. 3.1. An orchestta. tnmNard of Mi s Mi. - :,r .Iohmon and ihil.li n. GOOD VALUES FOR SATURDAY r m 1 ..'.. t 1. 1". .. 1 .f (:- l-e -. 'I. ..., I. f - t, .. B r-e . I. ' l-t " fl '. V.: If w . A '' 1 -. v a-4- e i't d . r. i- ' 1 1 n 1 . it-i r M I... 4.. . ... e.: ,.4 1 " " , ' - l--t- t a- .- " ' ' , t,. i.i-S tt, ?C- an r ' , . - - Ik r i t- - In i- "- f t ' . ' Z 1 t" - Ms tl i. ! - . ! lei- t ' t a - , a- - . I '' r t 't- the f r' j Special Today I AXO THIS FVESISG a if -'y ! I-;-. ....--tot , .. .-r-4 !;:. a a i , -. -, - 1 J 7 1 :s. '. -t--l.t a -. t -ft' " !,; a I t - ' - h"- a I era Frf fta;. t- J i 2.V u. t.. ' l l a ' - " ' " I t , 1 (-' t-. a 1 , ti ... I I -t fits f.' ' it fw ft. . . ,1. S,. ,, . ft1 n--t $rt I 'fcferj i-.i - !',''.s. J !! " 1 M larpe juicy Oranpres for Grape Fruit. 2 fizes, '? and 4 for Ma'.atra Grapes pound- for . . New Walnut. Walnut Meats, Layer I?aiMn, Dates, TiiTS and Crta!Ii; el Gineer. r.eef ani IVrk Sau.-.-itre for Saturday. Frch Native Chiokc n- and Fowl. 10 pounds f k-A Sunt Totap.. .- for LV 3 qr.ai-t I'ancy Crar.. rrics for 2'k Special price fi ('rardn rris l.y the lu-h(L I re.-h Vt'ttal.'fs are plenty and cheap. Bak?ry D-partment Cream Ii IX Cnr.m Cuy. Cream PufTs, Ixlair and Iiimarck5 f-r S.'ilurday. PaV.-d Dean? vith P-rk. ; r. ! Pr --' n Ilrcrd. I.T.' 1 Crtarn Pre;. !, frffh. :T. I-.avr f.-.r 2 I Ki:SH HSII-A 1. r: urday. inc!-jdir.r Clan:. I.'-', c-wn make r.f Pir.nar, Ha ! 1 - kir Is r Fat- d our e f. Ur?. Ovftcr?, a -.-"v arlitk? f Winter 4 t 4 t i if : e in ? - ff n Drown's Drug Store - v. f I,, V m- '. -1: "?!)- r r.,.,i. I Vs Vsj,. f gl Grar.l I-!- ! I t f if - c - !,;.,,. .... .,-, ( ,i . . . .-, ,. a Ch ! Jf 'jtf ft 1 9- !I . . I - - - - - m 7 " f . a m Mp I, f j THE F. D. LADD COMPANY fa. I t. - . ' 5k-