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ay 1 I 1 ? L 0 1 S Now Is the time to change the Children's Hose and we are going to help you afford it next Saturday with one of the best Hosiery specials we ever had. Fifty Dozen Children's Hose, Sizes 6 to 9 J 2 and i' regular 15c retail Hose. Price for Satur day, May 2d, only 10c per pair. Ten Dozen' Muslin Top Collars, In ten different styles, at one-half ths regular price. Saturday's price, 8c each. Fifteen Covert Jackets In 32, 34 and 36 sizes, last season's styles, hut good for this sea son and sold for $5, $7.50 and $10. Choice Saturday, $3.98. THE BARRE D5ILY TIKES UAUKK. VT. M W 1. ISM) 3 Weather Predictions. Ho.stoti, May 1. Fair tonight and .SUuriiay, frost in interior, fret-zing temperature in north west portion. GMER FITTS, 164-166 North Main St., - - " Barre, Vermont. Carpets! Carpets! A big saving for you to buy Carpets, Mattings and Grass Mattings, Oil Cloths and Linoleums now. We are showing as large a line as there is in the city. We have fifty patterns of Matting.', including China, Japan and the famous Grass Mattings. We are also showing about 150 patterns in Tapes tries, Brusaeils ami Axtuinster Carpets. Remember this is the "Rug House " of Barre. Ruggs and Art Square of more than ordinary merit. Barry & Williams, New Tomasi Block, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts. TALK OF THE TOWN. Local Happening Tersely Told For Bnl) Kealers. Ballard & Co., reliable insurance. A dolls' iiiillinry opening at i Kinoie street Saturday, May 2. . Mrs. "W. A. Murray returned today from a visit at her home in .Northfie'd. Mrs. F. II. Kogers has returned from Iiostou where she has been studying hind painting. Miss JJesMie Pitkin of Plainfield began work this morning in the central tele phone othoe. J. W. Ilolton returned last night from a visit in ISprmjiiield, Mass. Mrs. Ilolton returned with hiin. , The local ofliee of the Consolidated Lighting Co. is now located in the Camp block on him street, removal having been made yesterday. The flurry of snow this forenoon recalls to the minds of some of the residents of Barre that twenty-nine years ago today they enjoyed a May Day sleigh ride. On that day sleighs were seens in plenty on the streets of Barre and the travelling was exceedingly good for so late in the ' season. I here were two or three inches of snow on the ground but it did not re main long. However, many people had an opportunity to boast that they had ta ken a sleighride in May. ' Sound mn& Cold. Ia th4 arctic regions when the tlier momwter is below zero persons can con verse more than a mile distant Dr. Jamieson suitl that be heard every word of a sermon at the distance of two miles. Tlie Needle. The first needle used in England vraa made in Queen Sfary'a reign by a ne gro, who unfortunately died before Im parting the secret to any one. In the reign of Queen Elizabeth the art of needle makiujj was rediscovered by a German, who Imparted it to an Eng lishman. r , Fresh oysters every other day at L, J. Met- I's, Oil . Main street. Free examination by an eye sight speci alist at J. W. Iloltoa's. - Ask your grocer for Wise King Flour. i JT fTTT- lilt Imported sample line of handkerchiefs at Abbott's Saturday, two for 2"e. 1-KDKUTAK.fcKS A S D FINKIUL DIRECTORS. T. H. BARRY, - - 5 Averill St. 1 L. M. WILLIAMS, .21 .JefTdTsoii St. Telephone 209-12. ' Telephone 212-12. NOTICE. Having leased the Union Blacksmith Shop known as the C, N, Benedict shop. No. 22 Sum mer Street, I will do all kinds of Blacksmithing-. Horse Shoeing a specialty. All work done In a first class manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and sec me. W. T. BURGESS. F. G. & C. II. ROWELL, Complete Architects and Builders. 58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont. o o Every Sale Makes a Friend ! When You Buy a Pair Out Men's Shoes. o Q O , o Q . For hard service, dress and every occasion. All are f carefully selected with 'a 'view to comfort, durability and up-to-dateness. Sold at the closest margins $ Wise King is the Best Bread flour. A NEW CIGAR, " A- THE American Fidelity Co M0NTPEL1ER. VT., . SURETY BONI ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. W. D1LLOX, Barre, Vt., C. II. BIOELOW East Brook field, s V Muslin Underwear! The Home-Made Make! There is no better made for style, workmanship and wear. Every garment is full size. After yea have bought this cuke you will be sat isfied that the HOME-MADE gives the best satisfaction. For sale in Barre only by us. SEE oar 1 5c Hose at two pairs for 25c, our 1 5c Vests at two for 25c, our ICc Vests, our 10c Hose Supporters, our 50c Boston Bags, our 50c Corsets and our 2c and 3c Laces. VEALE & KNIGHT, Worthen Block - - - - 127 North Main St, Union Made, at the Corner Cigar Store. The best 5-cent Cigar in the city. We also carry a full line ot HECKER'S CIGARS at the old stand. Will he clad to see you at either store. E. CMURWON, Union Cigar Store. Corner Ggar Store. ' no North. Main St., Gordon Block. New Literature ! We have just added to our Renting Library LADY ROSE'S DAUGHTER, THE SPKNDF.RS, RICHARD ROSNY, THE CAPTAIN, , THE WOMKN WHO TO IE, CAPTAIN RAVKNSHAW. We keep it up to date; the people keep it in use. '. Ninety five 'subscribers have signed for our Magazine Library in 30 days. Are you in it? 20,30 or 40 cents pays the bill at the Barre Book Store, CHAS. A. SMITH, Prop, 4 Men's "Crown" Shoes, $2.00. f 157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor, f People's Shoe Store, ice Line of Myslin Underwear Just Received, with Prices to Suit All. Also new Shirt Waists in the latest styles and a new lot of Belts and Hand Bags. BARBERRI & POLONGHINI, 341 North Main St., Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont.. Time is Passing. Only 32 Days More To Do Btshiess in the Blue Store. We hive got to move out May 30th. Our lease has expired and we cannot remain longer. Big extra bargains are to be had while we stay here and as long as the stock will last. We give you a good chance to buy fine, reliable merchandise for yourself and the boys for Spring and Sum mer at unusually low prices. Here is proof of our statement. MEN'S COLLARS AND HOSIERY. One thousand Men's linen Collars, Navy Brand, in newest styles, the stand-up style at 5c each, the turn-down kind at 2c, the high band turn down kind at 10c or three for 25c. Is this not a bargain. Now is the time to lay in a stock of Collars. One hundred and thirty pairs of Men's Shawknit 25c Hosiery in fancy colors to close at two pairs for 25c. Think of this big bar gain at half price. Do you want to save money on Hosiery or pay full price elsewhere? MEN'S TROUSERS. "Patent Swing Rockers." We have just received a new lot of them. Prices right, as usual. SEND IN YOUR REPAIR WORK. A. W. Badger & Co., Morse Block, Headquarters for Everything New in the Furniture Line. Undertakers ! xtZe. Funeral Directors ! Ifouf, 159-21. TELEPHONE Store, 137-11. Ambulance Read for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice. $2.50 Johnson Wool Trousers, - - - $1.75 2.00 Newport Home made Trousers, - 1.25 3.00 and $4.00 Fine Wool Trousers, - 2.50 2.00 Business Trousers, all wool, - 1.50 5.00 and $6.00 finest grade Trousers, - 3.50 1.00 Cotton Never Kip Trousers, - - .65 1.25 Cotton Never Rip Trousers, - - .90 FANCY SHIRT BARGALNS. Men's and Boys' 25c Striped Overshirts, - 1 9c Men's and Boys 35c Striped Overshirts, - 25c Men's and Boys' 50c Striped Overshiris, - 33c Men's and Boys' 50c White Unlaundered Shirts, 3Sc each or three for - $1.00 Men's and Boys' 50c and 75c White Laundered Shirts, 38c Men's 75c White laundered Dress Shirts, 45c Men's $1 Vhite Laundered Dress Shirts, 75c MEN'S OVERALLS AND FROCKS In sizes from 30 to 50 in waist measure. One lot Men's 50c Striped Overalls, - - 35c One lot Men's HeavyStriped Overalls, - 33c One lot Men's Blue and White Check Over alls and Frocks, ------ 33c 430 pairs Men's 50c and 65c Heavy Black and Blue Overalls, all Union made, - 45c We give you big values a d defy competition, as, un der the circumstances, we are obliged to make big sacrifices on all lines of goods carried by us in order to dispose of the same at once and so avoid the bother of moving our stock elsewhere. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. We invite everybody, far and near, to come to this Great Removal Sale. It will pay you well to do so, ' THE BLUE STORE, Thomas Brady, Harry A. Segel, Myer S. Levin, Around the Corner, - - On Depot Square. otatoes! Potatoes! Early Pose, per bushel " $1.00 Early Ohios. per bushel 90 Two tery good seed varieties. Burbanks, per bushel ' 90 Round Whites, per bushd 90 Fancy table rarieties or late seed. These Potatoes were raised out west in a section that was not affected by the rot, so common in last year's crop. They are put up in two and one-half bushel bags and are selling from the car in two bag lots at 85c per bushel. In four-bag lots, at 80c. These prices apply to all except the liarly Rose. Sowcfen & Lyon, (Telephone 217-3) M. Marron's Old Stand, North Main Street j& SMOKE j& 64 0 &. ifi. 0 Y 5? Up-to-Date 5-Ccnt Ciar. O. C. Taylor & Co., Props., Burlington, Vt. JOB OSSOLA Has $800.00 worth of Men's Boots and Shoes to be sold out at cost, as he wants to retire trom business. He respectfully calls your attention to this opportunity to get Boots and Shoes at a great bargain. Nello Store di Joe Ossola rimangono ancora 800 dollar! in Scarpe da uomo, Rubbers e Stivali che si vendono senza riguardo a sacrificio di prezzo. Chi non vuole lasciarsi scappare T occasione di risparmiare quaiche scudo si rivolga subito a Joe Ossola e trovera' prezzi da strabiliare. JOE OSSOLA, North Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont. Union He llofiiiif, I These Suits are made under the most healthful conditions. No sweat-shop goods in our store. Working Shirts from 45c to 75c. Fancy Negligee Shirts, 50c to $1.50. Suspenders, Belts, Neckwear, Underwear, Hosiery in both fancy and plain and Hats and Caps that defy competi tion. Why, we have everything you want in wearing apparel. Just give us a call and we will convince you of the fact. Colburn Clothing Co., 74 Main Street, - - - Barre, Vermont. NEW DEPARTURE IN ILL PAPER TRADE For Barre and Vicinity. NEW GOODS direct from the factories to our store. The largest' and most elegant line ever shown in central Vermont. Larger Invoices received each week than are usually carried by most dealers. We give every customer FROM THIRTY TO FIFTY PER CENT DISCOUNT from regular prices. Investigate and see for yourselves. A full line of tie BEST MIXED PAINTS, VARNISHES, etc. Lowest prices on all goods. C. A. HEATH, (Telepoone Call, l.VW!) Library Building, 1 0 Elm St. The Up-to-Date Wall Paper Dealer BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE On some of the best streets in the city at ruling prices for the locality. -Tremont street, Ayer, Long, Camp, Hill, Kirkland, Quarry and Parker streets, Grand View, etc. Telephone 31-3. SEED CORN, GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS. We have the popular D. M. Ferry Seeds in packets at 3c. Also bulk Peas, Beans and Corn, all true to name. "Sanford" and "Longfellow" Corn, Timothy, all kinds of Clovers (free from weed seeds), Kentucky Blue Grass, Red Top,, etc. Prices right. Seed Potatoes and Superphosphates. L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Park, TENEMENTS TO RENT. On Ayer street, five large rooms, spring water andjjbarn. Tene ment of. four rooms and a single front room in Averill block. Also a large hall, 30 by 55 feet, certain evenings each week. Barre, Vermont.