Saturday Sale I
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
HAKKK. VT. MV 14. 11K3
Iiostou, May 14. Partly cloudy
but Kf nerally fair tonluht, and
Kriilay light variable winds.
TALK OF THE TOW.
Strenuous effort has its reward in the Dry Goods world as
well as any. We have made it, and found last Winter a manu
facturer who was willing to furnish us
2500 YARDS OF DIMITY
at less than actual cost to make and to keep men and machines
at work. This is why we can let out this lot of ioc Dim- J
ities on Saturday at only J2'
You will have to make a strenuous effort if you succeed in
securing even a small portion of these on Saturday, for we have
never offered such values without a mighty rush.
The Shirt Waist Stock is full of interesting values. Ask
to see them.
164-166 North Main St.,
the Weary! I
"Heyyood Bunion Shoes!"
Many people suffer untold misery from bunions. Q
Such snfferers can get relief by purchasing "Heywood v
O n(rntmi Sfines for which we are sole agents in Barre. V
Men's Bunion Shoes. - - ' - " - $3.50 S
2 Women's Bunion Shoes, - - - 3.50 j
n - O
& r est l Gi O
O 157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor.
Local Happening! Tersely Told For Buij
Billiard & Co., reliable insurance.
Wise King is the ISest Bread flour;
See special suits at A. P. Abbott & Co's.
Drill of Co. E this evening. Assembly
If troubled with headache see Ilolton's
A special meeting of the Burns club is
ailed for this evening at 8 o'clock In
Th veterans of the Spanish-American
war are reminded not to forget the base
ball game tomorrow afternoon.
Bovn of the Con (relational church, all
who wish to join the boys' chorus please
be at the vestry Friday evening at 6.13.
At the close of the rehearsal of the boy's
chorus of the Congregational church Fri
day evening a base ball team will be ' organized.
Virgil Ayers and James Wilson returned
this afternoon from attending the meeting
of the Nobles of the My 'c Shrine at Mid-
The non-Association manufacturers met
a committee from the local branch of the
G. C. X. U. at the union rooms last even
ing and signed the bill of prices now in
John McDonald arrived in the city last
night from Honolulu after an absence of
about five years. He has been In the
western states most of the time during his
All the members of the Spanish-Ameri
can w'ar veteraus who are interested in
playing base ball are requested to meet at
the armory tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock
where conveyances will take them to Jtair-
If tired of paying rent, read the ad. of
the I). A, Ferry lieal Estate Agency on
Hose supporters, a bargain at 10c per
pair. Veale & Knight.
Every Day an Opening Day.
Every day is an opening day here opening new goods daily and
opening the eyes of Furniture and Carpet buyers as to values. We
have said it before we say it again: Visit all the other house furnish
ing establishments in town, but as you value money, don't buy until you
see our stock and get our prices.
Remember this is the "Rug House" of Barre. Rugs and Art
Squrres of more than ordinary merit.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
A. J. Schneider went to Rutland yester
day. William Standliok weut to St. Albaus
E. M. Tayntor left last night for Boston
on a business trip.
Mrs. E. R. Choate left this noon for a
visit with friends in Boston.
John Comolli and his npphew arrived in
the city last night from Italy.
Mrs. Mason Page entertains the clerks
of A. I'. Abbotts' store this evening at her
home on Elm street.
At the meeting of the Montpelier city
council last evening X. B. Ballard of Barre
bought the liquor agency safe for $73.
Paint Tour ISuggT for 75c.
to $1.00 with Devoe's "Gloss Carriage
Faint. It weighs 3 to 8 ozs. more to the
pint than others, wears longer, and gives
a gloss equal to new work. Sold by liey
nolds & Sou.
Xew Shirt Waists! Good colors, and
styles at 00c each. Veale & Knight.
The silk floss sofa pillows for Saturday
are snaps at A. F. Abbott & Co's.
Consult the eye siht specialist for
glasses at J. W. Ilolton's.
Ladies' vests at 15c each or two for 2"c.
Veale & Knight.
American Fidelity Co.,
J. W. DILLON,
C. H. BIGELOW
New Tomasi Block,
Cor. Main and Merchant Sts.
VXDEKTAHKKg AND FUUKKAI, WIKECTOHS.
T. H. BARKY, - - 6 Averlll St. I L. M. WILLIAMS, - 28 Jefferson St.
and Ben Davis
$2.00 to $3.00 a
barrel. On Wells
The Style of a "Dorothy Dodd"
The woman whose capacity for style exceeds her ca
pacity in dollars will find that the style of a "Dorothy
Dodd" Shoe gives her foot all the distinction of a custom
measured shoe. "The style of a ' Dorothy Dodd'" has
become proverbial. It is a Shoe that preserves the natural
outlines of the foot, yet actually makes it Lok a full size
smaller. No other shoe is designed like it. When your
foot is tired don't put on a slipper, but put on a " Dorothy
Dodd," It hugs the foot around the instep and rests every
other part of it. It saves fifty per cent in foot fatigue.
Shoes, - - $3-00 ft
Oxfords, - - 2.50M3MZ
FOR SALE BY-
Badger, McLean & Co.,
iU North Main St. SHOE DEALERS.
C. A. FOLSOM.
A NEW CIGAR,
at the Corner Cigar Store. The
best 5-cent Cigar in the city
We also carry a mil line
at the old stand. Will be glad
to see you at either store.
E. 0. M4RRI0N,
Union Cigar Store. Corner Ggar Store
Time Is. Fly in:
ONLY 15 DAYS MORE
TO STAY IN THE BLUE STORE
Saturday, May 30th, will be the last day for us in the
Blue Store. Our time is up on that day. From now until
then we will give you the greatest values in the state in the
Clothing, Shoe and Furnishing Goods line. . How are these?
Suits and Odd Coats. I Shoes and Leather Goods.
One hundred Suits at 45c on the dollar.
Ken's Suits in Cutaway Frocks and Sacks
and Odd Coats and Vests in fancy worsteds
and all-woo! material at 45c on the dollar of
former prices. This is a great chance for
small men or big boys, as these Suits and Odd
Coats and Vests are all in small sizes running
in 34, 35, 36 and 37. Therefore the price on
them is cut so low that It is really surprising.
Here they are :
$5.00 All-wool Suit for men, - - - $2.25
6.00 All-wool Suit for men, - - - 2.95
7.00 All-wool Suit for men, - - - 3.45
8.00 All-wool Suit for men, - - - 3.95
10.00 All-wool Suit for men, - - - 4.95
12.00 All-wool Suit for men, - - 6.95
15.00 All-wool Suit for men, - - - 7.95
About $300 worth of Hen's, Women's,
Boys' and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Rub-
ber Boots, Valises and Leather Dress Suit
Cases, all go together at 50c to 75c on the
dollar, and everything else in our store at
similar discounts to close the stock by May 30.
One hundred fifty pairs of Men's White Linen
Cuffs, Navy Brand, in link and plain style,
formerly 25c. To close at two pairs for 25c.
Is this worth saving to yoa ?
Nine hundred Men's Linen Collars,
Navy Brand, In newest styles. The stand-up
kind, 5c each ; the turn-down kind, 8c ; the
high band turn-down kind, 10c or three for
25c. Is this not a bargain ?
One hundred pairs Men's Shawknit 25c
Hosiery in fancy colors, to close at two pairs
for 25c. Think of it!
We have the goods and wish to close them out rather
than move them at the end of this month, for it is much
easier to move cash than Clothing. You will find bargains
here every day. Come and see for yourselves. .
THE BLUE STORE,
Thomas Brady, Harry A. Segel,
Myer S. Levin,
Arotmd the Corner, - - - On Depot Sqoare.
See the kind we sell and be convinced that
you. are getting the best for comfort and
wear for $1.00 per pair.
VEALE & KNIGHT,
127 North Main St
Loose Muscatel Raisins !
The ruling price for the past season's crop has been
high, but in order to reduce our stock we lower it some
what and offer three pounds of good fruit for 25 cents.
Crosby's Early Corn, per quart, -Fancy
Dwarf Beans, per quart, . -Black
Butter Beans, per quart, -Cranberry
Fole Beans, per quart, -American
Wolder Peas, per quart.
Champion of England Peas, per quart, - 25c
Mixed Color Sweet Peas, peT ounce, - - 5c
Onion Setts, per quart, 20c
Eraslie's large stocky Tomato Plants, a doz. 75c
MORE EARLY ROSE POTATOES.
Sowden & Lyon,
M. Marron's Old Stand, North Main Street
Up-to-Date 5-Cent Cigar.
O. C. Taylor &. Co., Props., Burlington, Vt.
Has $800.00 worth of Men's Boots and
Shoes to be sold out at cost, as he wants
to retire from 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 dollari in
Scarpe da oomo, Rabters e Stivali
che si vendono senza riguardo a sacrificio di prezzo.
Chi non vuole lasciarsi scappare 1' occasione di risparmiare
qualche scudo si rivolga subito a Joe Ossola e trovera'
prezzi da strabiliare.
North Main Street,
Union lane Clothing,
These Suits are made under the most healthful conditions. No
sweat-shop goods ia 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 all and we will convince you of the fact.
Colbum Clothing Co.,
74 Main Street,- - - - Barre, Vermont.
NEW DEPARTURE IN WALL 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 arc 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 the
BEST MIXED PAINTS, VARNISHES, etc. Lowest prices on all goods.
C. A. HEATH,
(Teloioone Call, 155-3)
Library Building, 10 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. -
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 seedsl, 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 and barn. 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.
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