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THE VERMONT PHCENTX BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1903. ONLY SEVEN DAYS MORE OF FENTON'S LET-GO SALE! Most Sensational Bargain Event Ever Inaugurated in Brattleboro. The LET-GO SALE has been a success trom the time we opened the doors Wednesday. It doesn't take the people long to catch on to SQUARE SALES and REAL CUT PRICES. The LET-GO SALE is in a class by itself, and for real bargains has never been equaled. Not a few reduced prices here and there, but a wholesale slaughter of our entire stock, which must be sold to make room for carpenters and painters to make alterations. jtfothing to remain but the four bare walls. At original prices these goods were the best values in town; at LET-GO prices you have the opportunity of a lifetime. Bear in mind that black worsteds and cheviots, and blue serges in light, medium and heavy weights, are all included in the LET-GO SALE. Original prices on small round tags, the new prices, the LET-GO PRICES, are on large green tags. A child can figure the immense saving. fi ' f I I ,vsa 50 dozen 25c black, brown, gray65 dozen chlldren's 2 palrs for 25c 45 dozen bIack and brown 15c 75 dozen block and brown 50 dozen men's 25c 75 dozen handsome 25c 25 doz6n extra good 50c and fancy BLACK HOSE HOSE HALF HOSE SUSPENDERS BOW TIES NIGHT SHIRTS HOSE an extra par( or 10c a . good quallty, all at to be sold for 9olng ot just half prlce, fancy and white 3 palrs for 50c 3 pars for 25c . j 6c a palr 19c 2 for 25c 39c In the n the In the in the ,n the In the LET-GO SALE, L E T-G O SALE. L E T-G O S A L E. LET-GO SALE, L E T-G O SALE. . LET-GO SALE. L E T-G O SALE. 10 dozen 30 dozen MM8nf"nA c 5 d0zen 3 dozen extra quallty $2.50 5 dozen men's $1 20 dozen 50c fine YACHTING CAPS Blue R,bbed UMBRELLAS MERCERIZED UMBRELLAS, UMBRELLAS r, nVF! BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR so!d for 35 and 50c 'tZlLnaT ,or men and WOme"' re9U,ar 'r men and women, now n0w 48c b'Ue ,aVe"dedwh,.CkateCU, sold for 25c wood handles, golng at price $1i25 IN0W Hac and white, at . Now 15c ' 48c Now 89c ,$1f.9 In the , 39 in tne , ... i u. in the In the . In the In the In the m tne LET-GO SALE. ipxrn qaip LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. o H.,. 25 dozen 10c 15 dozen men's 50c 25 dozen handsome 1n . i0 dozen 8 dozen WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS 20 "ozen 10 dozen lu auzcn STRAW HATS Let-go for 5c MEN'S ODD WORKING SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS $1 SHIRTS MANHATTAN SHIRTS 25c Straws Let-go for 13c 25 dozen 5c all colors, wlth and without collars. a varlety of patterns at . known as the Best; $1.50 and $2 50c Straws Let-go for 25c WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS At 19c At 79c grades at tl tl?? tun nrtM Let-go for 3c n the $1.29 $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2 15 dozen 15c ln the In the tn , th Straws Let-go for 69c WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LFTro SALE Let-go for 10c u t 1 u s a 1. t. 5 SUIT CASE9s0d 2 dZe" StrnS' "9ht' dUrab'e 2 dozen OurfamousSdollar 5 dozen $6 SUIT CASES BAGS, Best cases ever sold for $1.50 CASES $3.00 CASES LEATHER CASES SUIT CASES $7CAS9ES EXTENSION CASES Now Regular prlce $2.50, golng Now $2 48 w j -jq brass lock' catches etc- Blng at $5.93 TRUNK AND $1.23 At $1.98 " N0W 4,39 89c $8 CASES SHAWL STRAPS n the In the ,n the ln the In the $6.98 Are also In the LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-GO SALE. LET-g'VsALE. LET-GO SALE. MEN'S STIFF AND SOFT HATS 53.50 TRUNKS $4.00 TRUNKS $5.00 TRUNKS $6.00 TRUNKS $8 TRUNKS $10.00 TRUNKS $1.50 and $2 ones. Now For $2.98 fop for For $4.98 fop fop cn 9!C., $3.00 TRUNKS $7.00 TRUNKS .... $889 $2.50 and $3 ones For $2.48 $4.39 $6.89 $8.89 M ,n the In the In the ,n the the In the LET-GO SALE, L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O SALE. L E T-G O S A L E. LET-GO SALE, ' L E T-G O S A L E. LIGHT, MEDIUM AND HEAVY WEIGHT MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING. $1 Odd Vests A Lot of $1.50 Trousers A Lot of $2.50 Trousers A Lot of $3,50 Trousers A Lot of Youths' $7 A Lot of Youths' $8 For 69c For $1.19 For $1.98 For $2.89 A Lot of $5 Trousers SUITS "$5.95 $1.50 Odd Vests A Lot of $2 Trousers A Lot of $3 Trousers A Lot of $4 Trousers For $3.98 For $4.95 a Lot of Youths' $10 For 89c For $1 59 For $2.39 For $3.39 in the A Lot of Youths' $5 and $6 SUITS lnthe Inth'e mthe the LET-GO SALE. SUITS F thf LET-GO SALE. L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O SALE. L E T-G O S A L E. For $3.95 LET-GO SALE. A Lot of $7 Men's Suits AJI the $10 Men's Sults All the $12 Men's Sults 2 Qozen pa(.s $15(J and$2 $5 Macklntoshes SUMMER COATS L'9ht or heavywelght $8 For $4.95 Blacks, blues and fancy mlxtures, For $9.48 BICYCLE TROUSERS Fop $3,98 1,50 Grades for OVERCOATS A Lot of $8 Men's Sults all weights, all golng for All the $15 Men's Sults Now 69c $6 Macklntoshes $2 Coats9 for iinn $6'48 For $5.95 $7.77 For $11.48 ,n the For $4.89 8m For 1"tI In the n the . in the In the in the n the L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O S A L E. LET-GO SALE, L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O S A L E. Light or Heavyweight $12 Over- 50c Boys Wash Suits -0 Dozen 25c A Lot of 50c $2.50 and $3 $5 Boys' Suits coats For 35c KNEE PANTS for 29c $1.50 and $2 BOYS' SUITS For S3 98 For $9.48 75c Boys' Wash Suits SHIRTEES BOYS' SUITS For $1.98 For $3.98 Light or Heavyweight $15 Over- For 50c M A Lot of 75c and $1 ul $3.50 and $4.00 $6 Boys' Suits coats $1 and $1.25 Boys' Wash Spits Now ldc KNEE PANTS for 50c Fifty in the lot, for BOYS' SUITS For $4.89 FTn$t1he48 ?nPt7h5eC the 98c Eoch fjjjf lnthe L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O SALE. L E T-G O S A L E. L E T-G O S A L E. If you can't come to-morrow come Monday, or Tuesday, or Wednesday, or Thursday, or Friday, or Saturday, but come early in the day, it will be better for all of us. Watch the Crowd To-morrow. This Is Your Golden Opportunity Take Advantage of It. U.LLERY BUILDING. E. J. F'ENTOINl 8c CO. NEAR AMERICAN HOUSE. The Leading Clothiers, Hatte rs, and Outfitters. Always Reiiable. ' . 'J Trlpp-Howard Weddlng at Jamaica. The marrlngo of Arthiir F. Tripp, who has chargo of the electrical work of the Brattleboro street rallroad cora pany, and Miss Maud Howard, young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Howard, took place Wednesday even ing at the home of the brlde's parents. About 70 guests were present. The house presented a sceno of unwonted festlvity ln decoratlons of overgreen and goldenrod. The weddlng march was played by Mrs. F. A. Blood. The ceremony took nlaco beneath an arch of overgreen wlth a horseshoe of dalsies in the center. Rev. M. F. Hardy of West Townshend ofnclating. Ite freslnnents wero served, and when Mr. and Mrs. Trlpp departed on thelr wed dlng Jo'urney the usual accompanl ments were not lacklng. Many gifts were recelved, Including a handsome oak rocklng chalr from the employes of the street ranroaa compauy iu ui.it tleboro. Among the guebts from out of town were H. F. Tripp of Windham; Mrs. Henry Morgan, Miss Addle Mor gan, Miss Rlta Morgan nnd Master Henry Morgan of Windsor; Mrs. Ro becca Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Bar ber, Miss Belle D. Tower, A. S. Burt and Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Howard of Brattleboro; Dr. Gale and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Blood of West Townshend; Mrs. W. W. Boynton and Mlra Hattle Boynton of Cambridge, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter of Newfane; Mr. and Mrs. J. ti. Howard and Miss Blla F. Howard of Malden, Mass. After a wed dlng journey of several days Mr. and Mrs. Tripp will make thelr home in Brattleboro. Joseph Murrny, who wns found dead near the Chase toy works in Rutland Juiie 19, waH not struck by tho cars and kllled, hb then stated, but was murdered by belni? struck wlth a club whlch fractured the skull und mado n wound back of the right ear. A scrap of paper was found near tho toily, on whlch were the words, struck me wlth a club." The naine Blvcn was that of a well known buslness man. I'hyi'lclnns etate that the ronn mlBbt have wrltton the sentence Just prevlous to dtath, but, tho sherlff thlnks It was wrltten by tho murderer nnd left ncar tho body to dlvert supplclon, I11 Stratton, July I, a 6011 to Jlr. aml Mrs. Ilc-iiry Unlctt. In Stratton. JulyM, a duiiKbtcr to Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Kdily. In.lHmaica.Anir. 2, a dauglitur to Mr. and Mr. T. I.. Holland. ln (immttcld, Mass., July 3), fim to Mr. and Mi-s. Aithur I.. Mapk-s and Ki'aiHKoii to Mr. nnd Mrs. II, It. Kreslmur of Ureenlleld and Mr. and Mrs. N. I,. Ptuplcs of Ilrattlulxiro, ln Moiiti?ue. Mim., Atitr. t. a dmmbtcr to Mr. and Mrs. Win. (iriesliacli, Kninddaiitflitcr toMr. and Mrs. .1. II. Allen ot Jnnialca and ttrait Kranddntmliter to Mre. Zcrim II. Curtls oi'MIUeis l'alls. In Hoc-kvlllt-, Comi., July a dauwliter to Rr. and Mrs. Dcan C. Ilnnrs. In Sprlnirlield. Mass.. July a son. ltolicrt, IU illliUU t. IIIIU IIU1UUI lUMA'HIIll, IinM-l, In East OruiiKC N. J., July 21. a daiiKhtcr, Dencie Loul'c, to Mr. nnd Mre. Kred II. Alvord. gXavviarjcs. In HrattlolHao, Ausr. 5. by Itov. (Jco. II. Law. soii, Ilarold I.cslioijinlth and Miss l.iilu llcllo Hortou, bothof Ilrattlebon). ln Jamaica, A"W. 5. hy Itov. M.F. Hardy of W est Uownsiiciid, Annur r . xnnp 01 iuaiiio boro and Miss Maud Howard of Jamaica. In Hlnednlc. N. 11., Anif. 1, by I',. J. Templc. Esn Krcd yualtersof Turnera Fnlls and Miss Ullian Johnson ot llclcliertown, Mass. In londonderry, July. H) ty Itov. A. J. Car dall, Itay Holt ofSprinaileld and Editli Carlo ton of Londonderry. IuShaftslairy. July 29, hy Itov. It. II. To.er of North HeimliiKton, Edwnr It. Ilarrett of l'utney and Miss Stella U. llottom of Shafts bury. In Westminster West. Aupust 6, by Itov. Henry Goodhuo. Henry Vallo Dunham and Miss Florcnco Goodhuo. In CambridKcport. July 29. by Itcv. F. D. Roodrich, John Ilcll of Cambridireport and Miss Cook of Massaehusctts. ln Cambrldsreport, AuBUSt2, by Itcv, F V. fiiKxlrlcli. l'rontlco Edwards of Charlemout, Mnsa . nnd Mrs.Kilruh Ilarrvof CambridlfC'Port. ln Llttleton, N. H., July 25, by Itov. Father Itlley. Maurico Henry Ilrown of Woodsvllle, N. H formerly of Ilrattleboro, and Mlts jcnnio Knstmnn 01 j.isixin, n. 11, Dcatlis. In IlrattlolKjro, Mg. i, Miss F.va Florenco jiorriso". m. . . ... , In llrattieuoro, Autf, i, jiiss iiunriviin r.iu 0I?n ilruttlcl)oro. Anif. 2. Mre. ltosetto L. Mar n,i ...1., r i,n.t.,A., frt...r nf ll.t.nm. In West Ilrattleboro, Autr. 2, Mre. G. 11, In Guilford Centre. Atnr. t, Mre. I.aurlnda Franklin, wllo of W. G. Worden, JJ1. In llcaufoi t, S. C. July 22, Abble- Dalo, wld- In Weston, July 18, Mrs. E. A. Wndlelifh, IU In Ilulhdo. N. V., Auif. 2. Frederlck , Slmonds.lii, formerly of Ilrattleboro. WILCOX'S New York Bargain Store 900 Decorated Bowls. We oiiBht to (,'et 15 ccnts eacli for tliem, but owIiik to our lai'KC puicliaMi wo are ablo to let thcm ro at tho low prko of II) icnts. A new lot of thoso smaller bowls at 5 ccnts, llaloon ily tmps, 10 ccnts. On linmmooks wo are tflvlnif in pcr ccnt off. Always Miinetliiuir new in tho way of bar gains at this storc. Wilcox's New York Bargain Store. Giccntlcld, Mass. Ilrattleboro, Vt. asiantca. 7"AXTi:n-TwoBlrNtoleani at the Tclc- puone i.vcuauKC ""irANTEI)-A Kirl to ht-lp take c.uv or V chlldrun. MltS. G. L. lir.MIAM, North Sticct. itJlw "17"ANTEI) A kooiI horro, lu exchanifo for V I'lano or ortfan, t'. W. STEWAHT, Ilrattleboro. Vt. SJtl -ll7"ANTEU-NATIVEI,rMHElt 011 I.OfiS: T all klnds dcllvercil at our mill. or will biiystanilliitf tliuber. THKS. A. SMITII CO. "'7"A.N"rEI)- Men to cut II) conls of wood ornaire. Good waues. Call 011 or writo L. M. Ailiim-. nulltord. Vt UI-'CI "ITT'A NTED-Pof t woo.1 lumbcrof all klnds. V Elthcr standlntr tlnilier or delUcrcd at tnill. HOI.DEN MAHTIN, llrattlctwro. tlitf Tho total output of the world's shlp- building lnst year amountcd to 2,470 ves sels. ucercujratlnff 2,787,821 tons. Great Brltaln and Its colonles produceu l,4o'J shlps, aggreuatlng l,C9U,43t tons, dlstrlbut- ed as follows: Knelanu, 'JST. Hcotianu, 404; Ireland, 27! the royal dockyards, 5; and the colonles, SC vessels. The total tonnage bullt in the United States whlch ranks sccond among the shlpbulldlng countrles was 317,775 tons, a llgure sllghtly less than that reached the year before. In this country there are twelve shlpyards capable of turnlng out vessels of the largest slze, and seventeen others' at whlch average-slzed vessels can be bullt. On the Great Lakes there nre nlne large shlp-bulldlng estnbllshments nnd ilve smnller ones. It Is stated as a curl ous fuct that as a natlon eats sugar so Is Its power on tho sea. ' All sea-farlng na tlons eat sugar largely. England con Eumes sugar at the per caplta rate of SG pounds a year, and half the shlps that lloat today Ily the Brltlsh enslgn. The ncxt great shlpplng power ls tho United States, where the per caplta consumptlon of sugar Is 07 pounds per nnnum. So the proportlon runs through the llst of the other marltlme powers, down to ltussln, whlch consumes only 10 pounds of sugar per caplta. Turkey, whlch has practl cally no mercnnttlo marlne, though vlstt ed by fleets of almost all the world, con sumes only 7 pounds n year per Inhabl-tnnt. AirANTEI) AT OXCE- Aglrl to wotkln n boanllng hoiic. I'ornumcnt work and iood wngcs. MHS. F. II. FAHlt, 34 Korth Maln Stio-'t. 32 tf gjo glcnt. mO HENT A couplo of tencmcnts. C. X CHOWEI.L. llrattlelMiro. S-tf T ICi: small tenement to rent. II. F. Wcuth- crlicad, West IlrattlciHiro. 2:1 ti O HENT Flve-room cottago 011 Coinmon Btrcct. 1.. E. humikk. ltl . rpo HENT Tcneincnt of slx rooms at 39 JL North Maln St. MISS ELLA T. WAITE. 2tMf 17IOHSAI.E. Putt wo(m! slabs. at my mlllor dcliveied. I 1'. COl'EI.ANI), Wt Iliat tlclmm. 3Mf TOIt SAI.E Two new Iioucn il rooms eacli. in. Vt. C. W. WAltl). 12 l'lcasant St., Ilmttlebo- r-tf I' ADV'S IIICyci.E. in gooil condition, for J salocheap. II. II. llAKElt. 311 Maln 6t. 31-32 ITMllt SAI.E- I'lfty sliarcs of Ilrattleboro Gas j I.lght Conipany stock. Iniiuiit) of I1ACON .VHOOKEIt. 32-34 It SAI.J 1 DEH. Saxtons HIcr. Vt r-nniilllmi. .ot Sll.'"( TO. I'.' AI.KX'AX. ;ii.tr TO HENT Furnlslied houso of nlne rooms, tlvo mlnutes walk from Maln St., from Sept.20to Juno 1. Address 1'. O. Ilox 775. tf The Washington state flsh commlsslon reports that llsh can be frozen solld and thawed back to llfe, if not exposed to the sun or nllowed to get more than 12 to 14 degrees below the freezlng polnt. Salmon from the Pacitlc const could be frozen and transported to the Atlantlc coast and 1 rexusoltated to full llfe under proper condltlons, The results of thla will bo that llve salmon, frozen ln blpcks of lce, may bo shlpped to'. the Atlaritlc coast market before long. The tcst has not been made, but thlsjiummer n,company at Taku Harbor, ln Alaska, "will make the experlment. OKFICE DES1C FOIt SAI.E-Flat top, double row of drawcisaud chalr. 22 South Maln St. 3233 ITtOH SAI.E Horso and wagon. Horso welghs 12l) pounds: a good worKer and driver. Can lo soen at tho Aldrich place, HOHEItT NESIHTT. llrattlclmro. 30-32 IJtOH 8AI,E-lortablo poultry house, wlth tlvo Whlto Wyandottcs. These birds aro 1)1)1-0 brcd and great luycre. 22 South Maln Street. 32 3:1 I 71011 SAI.E A largo and fully enulppcd j saw mill lu the hoart oftho blpr lumber terntory of Stratton and Winhall. Will trado for other deslrablo proicrty, or will tako all pnyments after tliu tlret in lumtcr. C. 1). SI'ENCEIt. Shelburne Falls, Mass. 32 33 For Sale. ONE DoLnvnl Crcam Separator; 0110 15 li. p. Modcl Gasoleno Englno; all ln tfood ro pulr. Will oxehungo for Cash, Stock or Tim ber. Innulroof 1).T. I'EUHV, West Ilrattle boro, Vt. 28-tf TTIOH SALE My procrty slttmtod ln New. Jj funo, Vt., conslsting of a two-story houso of nlne rooms, and I with thrcu rooms, a nlco barn. good gardeu and a mod wcll of watcr. This houso ls well adaptod for taklng siunnicr or court boanlci'S. For tcrms call 011 or address FltED II. SAHGENT, Newfane, Vt, 2iMf INVAI.Il) I'ENSIONEHS drawing less thnn S12 a raonth should wrlto JOHN HUNT, llrattlelxjro, Vt. 29-32 When Tired and Thirsty Kemember our boda Fountaln COLLEGE ICES With all the Crushed Frults Chocolate and Coffec SMUDGE Tho Taklng Spcclalty of the scison ls our Collco and Chocolato EGG NOG BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY IN the Ulstrlci Court of tho United States for tho District of Vermont. In tho mutter of LEOl'OId) .1. HBlTINt?, In llaukruptcy. Ilankrupt. Notlceis hcrcby givcn that Leopold J, Het tlng, liaukrupt, has tlled his 'H.-tition dateil July 27, 1010, praylng fora dlsohargo lrom all hlsdebtsln bankruptcy, and that all crudltore and other iersoiisubJectlngto tatd discnargo may attcnd tieforo tiio underslgnrd Hefei-eo at hls ollico in Ilrattleboro on tho 21th day of AugustA. D. 11XM, at ton o'clock A. M., 1111 1 theu and there present thclrobjcctions, If any, to such dlsohargo, wlth proofs thereon. Dated this tlrst day of August, A. D. 1003. V. U. E. STOWE, ltofcrco in llankruptcy. 32-33 THE DANGER From gasollne stoves is not so much ln thcm solvcs as having tho gasallno about. At ordl uary temiicraturo giusollno contlnually glves otf inllummablo vapor, and a llgbt eomo dls tanco from tho matorlal will lgntte it through tho medium of this vapor. Consult your ln surauco agcnt beforo storlng or tislng such dangerous stull. H. E. TAYLOR & SON, Insuranco Agcnts, Ilrattleboro, Vt. Get the Best. Keroscno oll euglncs. cbcapest power known. Always rcliahle. No tlame or siiark requlrcd to ruu tliem. Ulmplo and durablo. Any horso power, iorovery purpose, R. WORK, Agt, Vernon, Vt. rpo HENT-Tcneraent at 18 Orcen street. X 23 tf PUBLIC AUCTION SALE M. M. TAPLIN, Auctioneer, will scll at auctlon without any reserve, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, August 19 and 20, 1903, the celebrated propcrty known as The Forest Park Stock Farm, BRANDON, VERMONT. Comprising 801 acrcs of land with all buildlngs and stock conslsting of Trotting Bred and Roadster Horses, Itcgistereil Ayrehlro and Normandy Cattlo, Hamiishlio Down Slicop, Jei-sey lteil and Ches ter Whlto Swine. Farmlng Implements, Car riaires, Wagons, Harncss, etc. ctc. Also all hay and graln. Sale will liolield 011 m-omlscs eacli day, raln or bhino at 10:30 A. il. For cata- logucsand rull Informatlon, address W. W. ADAMS, SupV, Brandon.Vt. MAX MARX, Owner. 189 Broadway, N. Y. Clty. M. M. TAPLIN, Auctioneer, Barton Landlng, Vt. CLEARANCE SALE Commenclng Aug. 8 All thfe Furniture I bought at the Ret ting Brothers' auction will be closed out at less than cost to make room for a new line of goods. Bargains worth looking after. OUR MOTTOi "Deeds, Not Words." JOHN RETTING. Insurance isn't an estimate. It is a promlo, an cngagoment to do and pcrform; It. is not a ncrhaps or a posslblllty. It Isacontract ln whlch milllons of dollars aro pledged to crformanco of a spccial trust and tho wholo forco and gtrcngth of a tliou saud ls glvon to 0110. Nat'l Lifo Ins. Co.of Vt. (Mutual.) H. E. TAYLOR & SON, Croiby lllock. Goneral Agents. Brattleboro, Vt.