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Ladies Dress SRirts!
NEW LOT JUST OPENED. We can show you some unusual values in up-to-date styles and materials, in unlined and with drop skirts, in dotted mohairs, plain brilliantines, broadcloths,' serges and Venetians, at $3.00, ?3-5 4.5 5-co, 16.50, $7.50, ?8.75, ?9-50 and " 10.00. Storm Skirts! We have some special values in Indies' Storm Skirts at $3.00, $3.50, I4.00 and 5.00 each. Misses' Walking Skirts at 22.50 and 13.00 each. PERRY 71 and 75 Main Street, - & CAMP, Barre, Verncnt, visiting ARE YOU LOOKING it .f ' .V.i i 1 i .gov. v ...,.. ti ': ' - -v, V-."'" J w 1 1 For anvtiiing in HOUSE FURNISHINGS? If you are don't forget that we are the same old reliable House Furnishers, with all the new and up-to-date goods. Everything to make the home comfortable and attractive. B W Hookef & Co., Park Block, Next to City Hall, - - Barre, Vermont. We re Waiting To Show Yotf Oar New Clothing. WTe wish every man in town would come to see our Spring and Summer Suits. Never have we been in better shape to meet the demands of our trade than we are today. Suits of every right style, every right ma terial fabrics you would scarcely expect to see in Ready-to-wear Suits nobby cheviots and tweeds in' all the new effects. The latest single-breasted styles, elegantly made, and the best fitting custom tailored Ready-to-wear Suits money can buy. Our garments at all times show their merchant tailor likeness. Moore & Owens, ' Successors to D. M. Miles, 1 22 North Main St., Barre, Vermont. TALK OF THE TOWN. W. II. Gale went to St. Ji-hnfbury this morning. W. F. Stevei went to Wateibury this morning. II. M. Houston went to btowe this morning. Frank Emerson of Danville, has been in town a few days. II. .1. and Clluton Thwing went to Rox bury this morning. Miss Julia Gleason epent Sunday at her home in Burlington. Eli Culler of Morrisviile is friends in the city today. T. J. Denning retarned yesterdav from 4 visit la St. Johnsbury. Dr. Ceo. II. Spillor, optician, will be at the City hotel, June o, 3, and 4. Herbert lievins finished work at F. Ladd's grocery store Saturday night. Regular meeting of Hose No. 2 at Black well street house this evening at 7.00. Cs Lillian Dodge of Worcester, Mass., s ...mug ner uruiuer, ooun Kj. image. Frank Cochrane and son returned yes terday from a fishing trip at (iroton pond. X. Rossi went to Waitsfield Saturday to assist the band at the Memorial exercises. Mrs. Henry Baldwin went to her Lome in Barton this morning for a week's visit. Mrs. E. E. Lonergan of Burlington is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. E. Hamel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Averill returned Saturday from a week's visit in Marsh field. Mrs. Hayden is very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. W. Nelson on West street. TALK OF THE TOWN. D, OUR OFFERINGS In Summer Chairs, .Fancy Chairs, Patent Rockers and new Chamber Suits are worthy of yourinspec-. tion. We buy Chairs by the "carload, making it possible to give low prices. Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, etc., in Great Variety. Barry & Williams, New Tomasi Block, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts. CNDERTAKKK3 AND Fl'NKBAL 1HRF.CTOFS. T. H. BARRY, - - 5 Averill St. I L. M. WILLIAMS, - 23 Jefferson St. Telephone 209-12. Telephone 212-12. CFeem uoors Window Screens! We carry the "Queen Anne" hard wood Screens and fancy hard pine doors, all sizes. Bring in your measurements. Boston Bargain Stote, Pearl Street, Barre, Vt, C. N. Kenyoa & Co. William Colvin left Friday, night for a several days' visit at his home in Pitts burgh. Miss Annie Charbouneau returned from a few weeks visit in Burlington this af ternoon. Sabin D. Waterman of Rock Island, P. Q., is visiting relatives in this city for a short time. Lewis Brown returned Saturday from a several weeks business trip in Buffalo and Pittsburgh. Mrs. S. I). Allen returned this morning from Roxbury where she spent Sunday with friends. W. M. Spear and son, Charles, went to St. Albans Bay this morning to spend a week fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wallace of Waits River spent Sunday in the city with their son, C. S. Wallace. The Baraca class of the First Baptist church are requested to meet Tuesday at 1 p. m. in the vestry. George Huntington of Washington was in the city this morning on the way to West Lebanon, X. II. Miss Bina Brachen returned to Burling ton this morning after spending Sunday with Irieuds in the city. The bigaest and best loaves of thoroughly good Dread made from Wise King iloar. ask your grocer lor it. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presby terian cnurcn are to now au ice cream s cial Friday evening, June 5. William Wales returned yesterday from Springfield, Mass., where he has been working for the past three months. The monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Presbvterian church will be heid Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. The Granite City orchestra has been en gaged for the supper at the Congregation al church vestry ednesday evening. V. Bruno, John Gobbi and B. Carmina to went fishing at Woodbury pond, Satur day, and brought home 110 pounds of fish. laibert I roup went through a very suc cessful operation for appendicitis at the II en ton hospital on Friday. He is doing well. Tom Peters finished work at Merchant's grocery store Saturday night and Charles llart of Claremont, X. II., has taken his place. A large crowd of Italians f rom this city held a picnic iu West Berlin Saturday. The Stoue Cutters' Union band was in at tendance. The sacrament of the Lord's supper will be observed in the Prespyteriau church here two weeks from next Sunday at the morning services. Miss Xellie Blond in and Oliver Lesper anee werejuiited in marriage at 5 o'clock Saturday morning at St. Monica's church by Rev. Fr. Ilickey. Ex-Mayor John W. Gordon addressed the scholars of the seventh erade of the Spaulding school at their pre-Memorial exercises Friday afternoon. The regular review of the Ladies of the Maccabees will be held at Foresters' hall, Tuesday evening, June 27, at T.iiO. All members are requested to bo present. In itiation. TheY. P. A. of the 'Presbyterian cnurva win meet tomorrow evening ai i o'clock to talk over plans for the coining fall and to elect officers. A large attend ance is desired. " Dr. W. F. Oilman, health otiicer, has re signed and Dr. Joe W. Jackson hus been appointed his successor. Dr. Gilman will leave Barre July I for Boston, where he will practice his profession. X. D. Phelps and his party of about 13 businessmen, which he entertained at Philipsburg over Memorial Day and Sun day, returned this morning. All report au excellent time and good fishing. The apprisors held a meeting Saturday morning to hear any appeals that might be made on appraisals of property. Only two taxpayers appeared before the board and it is quite probable that do appeals will be made. The Blue Store closed its doors today and Messrs. Segel & Brady are at present located in the Union Clothing Store, across the street. Messrs. Segel & Brady wish to say that as soon as suitable quarters can be found for them they will reopen again in this city. At the meeting of the Barre Bible school union held Friday evening the following officers were elected: President, W.N. Grearson; vice president, C. S. Wallace; secretary and treasurer, James D. (irant; executive committee, Mrs. J. C. Griggs, Mrs. F. G. Rogers, (ieorgeL. Bates, James D. (.rant, John II. Bishop. F. K. Bailey went to Randolph today. John Eolieau went to St. Albans today on a visit. John Doheny of Xorthfield, was in the city today. Rev. Waiter Dole of Xorthiield was in the city today. Mrs. L.Maluati leaves tonight for Hard wick where she will reside. O. X. Granger went to St. John's, P.Q., ;-aturuay lor a several days visit. A doe passed through the garden of By ron jacKsou on tue road to Montpelier. mis noon. All members of the I. O. O. F., M. U wishing degrees, please be present tonight. Per order Xoble Grand of the degree staff. The boys' choir of the Congregational church will meet this week on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 0.13 o'clock. It is important that there be a full attendance on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richardson of Dick inson, Xorth Dakota, are the parents of a nine pound boy born May 27. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson were formerly residents of Baire, he being iu the employ of Prin- aie oc Averin. n (ST n I .-. Special Offering of Misses' and Children's Summer Jackets. WILLIAMSTOWN. Miss Agnes Williams returned to her work yesterday after a week's vacation. Miss Austin is spending the week with her brother, Fred Austin," at John Dow's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt of Chelsea have been visiting Mrs. Hunt's sister,Mrs. Van McAllister. The Central Association of Universa- lists hold Its annual met ting in Williams -town June 4) and 10. Rev. F. A. Kimball and sister returned from Lyndonville on Saturday In season for the Memorial exercises. Mrs. Albert Whiteomb of Washington. and Miss Ida Flint of Providence, H. I,, are visiting friends in town. Leslie Williams recently purchased a fine colt to take the place of the one he sold to Mr. Cutler of Barre. W. E. Granger and his mother. Mrs. Cornelia Bancroft, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Bethel. Mr. and Mrs. Georce Booth of Barre spent Memorial Day with Mr. and Mrs. C. Jngalls,who gave a family dinner partv on that day. Xext Sunday evening the Odd Fellows annual Memorial service will be held at the Congregational chureh. Rev. D. II. Strong will preach. Xelson Vassar and Miss Helen Harring ton went Saturday to Danville on a short camping trip with friends from Barre. They will return Monday evening. Children's Sunday will be observed ... . ... in. iue l uiveisausi cnuren ouue aj by a concert by the Sunday school. The sub ject of the entertainment will be "The King Highway." While out walking Sunday afternoon, Jiay rfu, Miss Helen Kimball and Miss Millie Drury found a large handful of ripe neia sirawoernes which they gathered lbe fruit duWuot seem to be harmed by ie imru irosis or me pasi week. Miss Lula Burnham of Montpelier, with her friend, Miss Mabl Granger of West Loncord, a student at Montpelier Semin ary, are guests of Mrs. O. D. Bosworth and Mrs. W. E. Granger. Miss Burnham sang very acceptably at the Universalis! church Sunday morning. We will place on sale this morning the balance of our stock of Misses' and Children's Summer Jackets, supplemented by a special purchase of a sample line at one third cfF from regu lar price consisting of coverts, serges and broadcloths. This is an opportunity to secure stylish and elegantly "made Coats at money-saving prices. The following examples will give you a fair idea of the values presented in this offering: A $1.25 Child's Plain Flannel Coat in blues and tans, cape trimmed with fancy braid, for 75c. A $1.50 Child's Plain Flannel Coat in blues and tans, cape fancy braid trimmed, for $1.10. A $2.25 Children's and Misses' Cov ert Coat with shawl collar, trimmed with fancy braid, for $1.65. A $2.98 Misses' Oxford Serge Box Coat, comes In blues and browns, for $2.15. A $3.50 Misses' and Children's Brown Mixed Covert Coat, with silk collar, for $2.75. A $4.50 Misses' and Children's Plain Elue Fine Quality Cheviot Box Coat for $3.25. A $5.00 Blisses and Children's Pop ular Peter Thompson Coat, in blue cheviot serge, for $3.75. A $5.00 Misses' and Children's Cov ert Cloth Coat in tans, piped with green silk, for $3.75. A $5.50 Misses' and Children's Broadcloth Coat, fancy silk trimmed cape, in blues, browns, tans and green, for $4.25. A $6.00 Misses' Plain Cheviot Serge Box Coat, in tans, for $4.50. Ladies' Tailored Suits. If in need of a Summer Suit you should see our special lines at the following cut prices: $7.98, $9.98 and $X 2.50. Men's Balt iggan Uncle wea I The Ideal Underwear For Summer! Letter To A. C. Batihelder. Barre, Vt. Dear Sir: Mr. Frank Robinson, Titus ville, Pa., bought Devon with a good deal of feeling against the whole tribe of mixed paints. Our agents there, Messrs. Ker nochan & Co., got him to do it. He says: I am more than pleased with the job. I bad one-tbird of the paint left over; I know of several other jobs, a year old or more, painted with Devoe, that are wear- "hie well. What a pity we have to all go through the same school, to find out what paint to pnt on a house! Experience teaches. Isn't there any easier way to learn'.' Yours truly, F. W. Devoe & Co., New York. P. S. Reynolds & Son sell our paint. Notice. All persons owing money to Segel A Brady, the Pine Store clothiers, will please call at the new Union Clothing store and settle same, when receipt will be given. - Segel & Brady. Extra values Abbott & Co's. in ladies' suits at A. T. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. It will stand more laundering and abuse from the laundry than any other kind and Summer Underwear is in the laun dry almost as much as it is anywhere else. Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, Summer weight, 25c to 75c per garment; medium weight, 50c to $1.00 per garment. Short and long sleeves. Extra sizes for stout men. FRANK McWHORTER, The One Price Clothier. flatter and Men's Outfitter. THE SOUTH END MARKET SEASONABLE BARGAINS. Sixteen-Inch-Ctit Lawn Mowers, warranted best quality, : : $3.50 Garden Sprinklers, : : : : : : : 25, 35 and 45c Grass Shears, 20c Garden Hoes and Fakes, each, : : : : : : : 25c Shovels, each, : : : : : : : : : 50c Choice Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Ham, Sausage, String Beans, Cu cumbers, Pineapples, Oranges, Bananas and Berries. PARSOiMS & SKINNY (Telephone 215-4) 115 South Main Street, - - - - Barre, Vermont VAXTF.1M niH iinanv foroiniin. Ui Baivhiv lln. Apply Gt.lf n A Nit: li l;Cf to Murk bv Me;iily, reliable until. Ainu is oik, lius oit! co. liGtii rOl.MV-A 'w srniyiil Into niv- vanl this morning n?m w now in niv bum. ii-iirfr V Mmi, 14 Wellington Mreei. ot.f FOR SALE. Bakery and Grocery Store at Waterbary, Vt. Good business and in good operation. Soda .fountain, hone, cart, sleighs, wagons and harness. This property will be sold inside of two weeks, on easy tkumh. Also TWO BUILDING LOTS in Harre. Telephone connection at Waitslield, or write to M. J, Waterman, Wuitslield, Vt. HAND RUBBERS AND GRANITE POLISHERS! We have something for you. Act like mapie, last for three years, .sent by mail for 25 cents. II. K. SOLAKV vfe CO., 10 Seminary St., Barre, Vt. If You Own a Talking Machine Call and hear our Hew Records. We have them for all Machines. The AVERILL MUSIC CO, GOOD VALUES. a Grocery Department. Strictly fresh Eggs, per dozen, The best Dairy Butter in prints, per pound, -The best Dairy Butter in boxes, per pound, Fancy Canned Corn, Nectar Brand, each, The best Red Alaska Salmon, tall cans, two for Fa. cy Tomatoes, Nectar Brand, two cans for -Gallon can of best Baldwin Apples for - Bakery Department. Marvel Flour, Jersey milk and Union bakers give our Cream Bread real value. Meat Department. Fresh Native Rhubarb, 3c a pound or nine Tomato Plants, per dozen, 19c 23c 22c 10c 25c 25c 25c lbs. for 25c - 50c F. D. LA Leading Cash Grocer. Meats and Provisions.