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:U, IlltATTLEHOItO, VT., FRIDAY, 8E1TEMBKR 22, 11)03.
WINDHAM COUNTY KKFOKM1 G PERSONAL AND 80CIAL, TARDINL&CO, - if r v SUCCESSORS TU N. i nnn i-i. . THrl CLOAKS and COATS Are Holding a Reception. Will you come ? They are proudly showing them selves and are being admired profuse y. QUtTt ly too for our assemblage is not only the Ingest we ever collected but the styles are more numerous, prettier and more exclusive than ever before. , Abundance ot Cloaks and Suits in every stylish fabric, every good shape and about every price except eXtTofo?Children s Fall-weight Jackets in red. blue and tan. Value $)W to 4.00, for $1.9?. The Useful Raincoat A comfortable, sensible garment combining a lot of common sense. They are far too useful to be with out, also too inexpensive, here.. Ours are perfect rain sheds, not merely in word but in deed being made ot the best cravenette cloths. Ladies Raincoats, $10.00, 1 1.?0, 12.50 to 2 J. 00. Aisses' Raincoats, $6.50, 7.98 to 10.98. pin Attune to the Season, the Hats Are you quite ready to be surprised in the most grateful manner ? For we're going to surprise every one who comes to see what wonders the new time has worked at the millinery department. Many hats are modeled from imported examples o exquisite hat making, and this chicness adds nothing to the prices. Not at all least in importance are our endeavors to provide for your every drapery need. Want a portiere, or a couch cover, or dainty lace curtains, or filmy cur taining by the yard ? These and all that may be needed for the adornment of windows and doors are waiting for, your examination and critical approval. You'll find not only the draperies you want but others. Better not come unless you're willing to covet dozens of pretty draper ies for you'll grow enthusiastic at once. The Cloth for Fall Comfort. What is it ? How can you ask why ? Flannelettes of course, and if comfort was measured by the yard we would say that we have more, comfort here than you can imagine. We would have miles of it for we never had so wide or great an assortment of flannelettes. White and colors, 5L4C, value 7c. White and colors, 7c, value 9c. White and colors, special 9c. Kimono flannels, special values at 9c, 10c, UC. A Linen Opportunity. Listen, every housewife. Sometimes in weaving linens a little bit of a flaw will creep in, caused perhaps by the breaking of a thread, and a second. 1 1 his is what makes your opportunity at the time. Now take advantage of it. PATTERN CLOTHS. GS i G8,' 81.39, usually U-00. I '2 x 72, Si. 49. usually fz.r.j. 71 x 71, 12. 19, usually 12. 75. 71 x 71, r2.2-, usually .j.uu. - , 71 8195 usuallv 42.50 I 70 x 90, Vi.M, usually .zj. 2 k Sift "ually i - 3 30- ' 68 x 88, 12.75, usually $3.75. Don't Eat Your Supper Hurriedly. i. Un' eood for your digestive organs. But have it a little early, then vou cKet here for the beginning of the after supper sales as earlv as you please. You will, want to be here early when you read the riJ ill Some of these bargains are hardly numerou, enough to advertise. Many bargain lines have no mention here but at this store thev will be evident to the discerning eye. Remember the early bird catches the worm. Kimono flannels, 124c, sale price 7;c. Vrd wide percale, 10c, sale price Jc. Tweed ultin(r, 17c. sale price 12c. Apron ginphantt.eSc, sale price 4Sc. Drapery ticking, 25c, aale price 18c. Drapery ailkaline, 1245, aale price c. rtaemiMttea, S5c, aale price 10c. gtncks. 25c to 33c. aale price fc!. Men white V. B. nhtrta. 50c aale price oSc. Men't white, medlom weight nnder Teata. 34 only, T.--C aale price 24c Stamped collar, extra 2Sc and 39e, aale price -jC. flumped doyllea, 60c. aale price 29c. Cot-arts, aU aiwa. H OT. aale price c (liiMrra' Hafcborj trimmed pant. JSC, aaie price 14c Children !" tncked and H. 8. ikirta, 45c, aale price 14c. White linen hirt-waita, $1.00 and tlM. aale price 39c. Colored allorer embroidery, IJ.OB, aale price 39c. Cut-work ahama. SSc aale price 14c. Ladies' black hoaiery, 124e. aale price Sc. Cbildren'a bUok ribtwd hoae, Uic, aale price Sc. Mn.fi black ribbed how, 12Se, aale price tc. Ladiea' gartera. SSc, aale price 14c. Toilet aoap. Sc. aale price Sr. Ladiea' W. R reata, medium weight, auc, aale price 19c Rhaded crochet cotton, 5c, aale price Vnlli y Kalr. Jltaiilt lmw, Hi-i't. !T anil 2H. Uiik-hI uiiu ui'ki. ; Wlllliini riiiiiiliiit wiii la iiiwuiii yt-HliTiliiy on Uimlncaa. ' Jiilm t'uiininiclmni of Hiiffulo, N. Y., j hh In town Tuewluy. John and Dun MnnnliiK t-. f"r (inn nf Hie wi-ik In lloHimi. tr. -i,.n.. A. Al.lmtt l m-rlouHly III at lit! htmio on I'miul Htrrft. A. I. SlimmilH vai4 in H'wtim . me ! flint of "'e we'' " 1uhIihh. i Victor 8. Itwd nf Ml. Hi-nnon, Miihm., I wuh a vlHltor In M n the flint of the ; week. , MIkk Mai-trui-rlte IVnnmly f IVil'V. Oiiiii., han bwii u vlHltor In town Win week. I ,.. .,,., Mm P. V. Connor have ro- i '.i r...., iiw.ii vlxit lii I loHton and vicinity. Miss 8. K. OrlHWold returned Tuen- ; day from n several weeks1 visit In i t'oruwall. ! Mr. and .Mrs. I'rnnk lieinclit return ed Satindny mini their vlxlt In HrldKe. port, I'uiin. Ml, and Airs. W. A. ltaniiolell have koiio to U AiiKeleH. fnliforiiln. fr an Indefinite stay. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Illood of New York elty vlxlleil Mr. and Mr. A. It. (Isher Tuesday. Harry H. Smith of Merldeii. Conn., i i....'... ..lulling hiu mireniH on Cedar Mil, oi-i-ii ,i(.i..m j I' street till" week. Mr. MiGralli of Windsor Is vlsit i.,.. ., Mm iimni. itf hlx diiuehter. Mrs. Cliaiiex iuinnw.i. SK H. Kulenwiiler of Baltimore has been u boarder at Hlllerest fr the past several days. Dun C. Webster of New York city has been vIhIiIiik his brother, H. P. Webster this week. C. A. Harris and K. K. Barrows are expected home Sunday from their ex tended western trip. ...... ih,...u.o i.. Wil.-lit returned ill I P. V ""I . . . - - - ! Tuesday after a visit at her former i home In Bellows Kalis. Mis. Wolcott Balestler has returned after spending several weeks at Northeast Harbor. Me. Mr. and Mrs. Charles ft. Otis of Vonkcrs, X. Y., are guests at H. J. Clark's In West Brattleboro. K J. Shea resumed work as clerk at the local postolllce Tuesday after an absence of several weeks. Miss Dorothy Deaue of Greenfield comes tomorrow to spend Sunday with her sister. Miss Mary Deane. Mr. and Mrs. James Ramage of Hol yoke, Mass., have been guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Lane this week. Rev. Guy C. Lamsoii of Montpelier visited his parents. Mr. and Mis. C. B. Lamson, the first of the week. Miss Nellie Dunleavy of Boston Is spending her vacation with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunleavy. C. C. Kitts Went to Burlington I Tuesday to be present at a murder dial In the Chittenden county court. Mrs. S. W. Hubbard returned Wed nesday after several weeks spent at her former home in Walllngford, Vt. Rev. and Mrs. Hart Fuller of Blum enberg, N. Y.. are the guests for two weeks of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Geddls. I Miss M area ret Martin went Wed nesday to Wellesley. Mass.. for a course of study In Dana Hall school. Mrs. Kdward Clark returned Satur day after a visit with her daughter. Mm, J. L. Kuowlton, In Lowell. Mass. Miss Edith Barrett has returned from an automobile trip through New York slate with her uncle. George Barrett. James Sullivan has been working in Haus' grocery store this week In place of Daniel Aher who has been ill. Dan Riley ' jwent to Greenfield yes terday to run with the Hinsdale hose team in the races at the Greenfield fall. C. E. Graff a in Is in Boston this week attending the annual convention of the national association of retail druggists. FALL ANNOUNCEMENT Copyright 1905 by Hart Schatfnei sf Ma"x A Complete Stock of RUen's, Youths', Boys' and Children's CLOTHING. Our styles and qualities are unsur passed and you are sure of good values when you buy here. Suit, Overcoat or Raincoat SI 8,;$ 15. $12, $10, Completeness is the only word that expresses our assortment., and every dollar spent in our store reaches the limit of its purchasing power. E. E. Perry- (b Co. When you visit the Valley Fair make our store your headquarters. Every convenience at your disposal. Donnell Dabis. We have spent the past week in New York select in? a laree and attractive stock of MILLINERY. , - We make special men tion of our unusual display of outing- and tailored Hats which are now ready for your inspection. Ask to see the new lace Veilings in black, white, black and white and col ors. Donnell Dabis. HouGflfoK & SlMOMDS The Spirit of the New Merchandise. There is something about the opening of a new season in a great store that starts a thrill of new life. Every change m style or fabrics seems to have a beauty and a fascination greater than any that went before it. We have prepared to serve vol better by increasing the size and facilities in many departments. Anticipating the usual Fair Week visit from our out-oHown friends, we an nounce for next week, our Grand Autumn Opening and Style Exposition. You are cordially invited to visit these opening displays. Make this store your headquarters during the Valley Fair we will be glad to care for your bundles. Store closed both days of the Fair from 12 m. until 4 p. tn. PROF. B. GEO. WILXINS op Vermont's Great Magnetic Healer goes away for a much needed rest, flfatch the papers for the an nouncement of his return. His address will be Lock Box 15 Burlington, Vt. Cleverest and Most Exclusive Autumn Modes in Women's Tailored Suits, Coats, Skirts. An exhibit of what is AUTHORATIVE IN STYLES forlhe season. This magnificient display is a showing which is a revela tion in ready-to-wear apparel. Among the new ideas to be seen are the New Empire Coats New Paddock Coats New Tourist Coats New Rivoli Coats 46 to 52 inch long Walking Suits Empire Rain Coats Josephine Rain Coats Opera Capes Handsome Collection of New Silk Waists White Linen Waists, Hand Embroidered la idditioa t w tkiUrea'i liu ilmd? e&rrie-i. w tart aiie-i a itack f "Juiw' toitt Ufi CoaU for Kir la af 11 to 17 fun ai lull Udiat. The larSet stock and greatest assortment m FINE F! ever brought to Urattlebo ro is on display in the gar ment section, second floor To accomplish our purpo we placed orders early J the sprinif when the selections of skins were U be had at the mimmM price' , r, You Cannot atford toU' erlook Our Display H 01 Are Interested in Furs. Included in the differen styles now being shown u the smaller furs are bii. decided novelties. rel Cluster Scarfs, Stoles, Pelerines, Boas, Flat Ties. Muffs, Round and Flat, in Mink, Marten, irl American Sable, Fox, Persian Lamb, Ermine- Chinchilla, Opossum, Raccoon, Beavff A New Departure. Complete stock Ladies' Fur and Fur Lined Coats adapted to this climate. Handsome Kersey and Cheviot Coats, lined with coney, s-'5' watermink, with collars of Persian lamb; squirrel and otter. For Jackets in Electric Seal, Near Seal and Persian lamb. For Driving Coats of Astrachan and Coonskin. J