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f f 4 c i'JHE BARRE DAILY TIMES Moh&h Dress Goods! This season bezan with Mohair Dress Goods, one of the leading fabrics. We expected a good demand for these cool, serviceable and easily-kept-clean goods, and have them to show you in the correct colors and at right pi ices. I'. U:i:k. VT . JIM 1903 Weather lre1lctiiu. Boston, June 1. Fair tonight, ami TiH'S'iay, ligM freh north tO CiiMt Wind). TALK OF THE TOWN. 4 4 -Inch Black Dot Mohair, per yard, : : : 3S-l0ch Black and Elue Dot Mohair, extra fine finish, 50c 75c These goods are excellent for skirts and shirt waist suits. 44-Inch Elack Mohair, per yard, : : : : 50c, 75c and $1.00 At the price, these are unexcelled for evenness of weave and finish. 44-Inch Black Tamise, per yard, : : : : : : $1.33 This cloth, which is of the finest grade of Mohair, is excel lent for all sorts of comfortable costumes. : : 50c : 75c and $1.00 : 50c and 98c 33-Inch Blue and Red, per yard, : J : : 44- Inch Black, per yard, : : : : : 45- Inch Greys, per yard, : : : : : We also have many of these goods made up and on exhi bition in our Garment Department. We are showing Black and Navy Voiles at 50c per yard. HOMER FITTS, 164-166 North Main St., - - Barre, Vermont. C 0 QO$OQCQQ$Q QQQ O o o o o o o o o c 1 o u o o o o o 0 o o o . Q In beauty nothing in footwear approaches "QUEEN QUALITY" Shoes. They arc designed on artistic, graceful lines and modeled q with the handsomest and most fashionable leathers. We offer for your choosing many different styles of Boots and Oxfords, each of 0 O S3.00 and $3.50 O 2.50 and 3.00 s7 r .s?ypxr . them on the various lasts Boots, Oxfords, C3 People's Shoe Store, : 157 North Miia Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor. II fillip mvim a litis Ilia Ten Per Cent Discount at the Colhurn Clothing Company's Store! I 1 - 4 ' -1 4 V V 1 v, ft j vh i s . 1 t id nty Haberdashery are in it also, all new and of the latest style. Today we will commence a great Bargain Sale and give you more value for your money than you ever received at a Clothing store before at this time of the year. But Clothing " bar gains" are being advertised everywhere. Some are le gitimate; some are false. If you would do a little shopping you would not need to be told which are which. And yet you might not notice the cot t. n. All these points we see at once, because it is our business to see them. You will see them, too, af ter you have worn the Clothing for a time, but then it will be too late. Come and see what real bargains are Mats and Remember these goods are No old goods in our store. Colbum Clothing Co., 74 Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont. f I.ocul UappeniiiK Terelr Told For Ban, IteiMtar. IiuUanl Jfc Co., reliable insurance. Louis Huntington visited in Worcester Sunday. Lion Iiarrett spent .Sunday with rela tives in C'a!xt. If troubled with headache see Holton's eyesight specialist. Charles Zanleonl went to Northfleld this afternoon on business. Miss I.u Wallace visited friends in Waites Iliver over fcunday. Ward Carver returned this noon from a visit at his home in Marshfield. Mr. and Mrs. AlhertXorthrop are spend ing a week iu Walden and St. Johnsbury. Wise House Keepers use Wise King Floiti for bread, for it is the most econom ical. Ask your grocer. Mrs. Itoyal Moxley of Tunbridsie and Mrs. George Batchelder of East bethel are visiting Mrs. C. X. Barber. Frank A. Emerson of North Danville has been spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. W. C. Jones. There will be a meeting of the Modern Woodmen Tuesday night. There are sev eral candidates to be initiated. Mrs. Sanders of South Barre who has been caring for Mrs. C. X. Barber the past three weeks has returned to her home. The story of the fatal boarding house lire at Barre holds a striking lesson for every community to heed. A drunken person is not only an offense to society but a positive menace to human life and prop erty. Drunkenness should not be any where tolerated. The public attention so long focused on the liquor seller should be turned to the individual. Keform the drunkard if you can; apply the full sever ity of the law to his case anyhow and, all else failing, lock him up as you would a murderer, a thief or a lunatic, lie is aan gerous. Brattleboro Kefonner. GRANITEVILLE. (Certificate of l'urity.) State of New Jersey. Chemical Laboratory of New Jersey Stale .Scientific School, State Agricultural College. . William S. Myers. M.Sc. V. C. S Associate I'rofessorof Chemistry and Chemical Geologv. Xew Brunswick, X. J., l eb. 0, KX)2. .' Sir: A can of the Colonial Taint, Xo. 271, purchased by me in the open market and submitted to Chemical Analysis, was found to contain l'ure Carbonate of Lead, l'ure Oxide of Zinc, Pure Linseed Oil, Dryer and Coloring Matter, and a very slight trace of Insoluble Mat ter. The percentage of l'ure Oxide of Zinc found was 10.S4. As above stated, the Chemicals found were pure and they were of the Best (Quality. William S. Myers. Sold by C. A.. Heath in Barre. .0O 04) Reward. First reward, $"i00: second reward, $75; third reward, $50; fourth reward, J23; fifth reward, -J0; sixth reward, $13; sev enth reward, $10; eighth reward, $5, nin th reward, $-'00, divided Into 50 prizes of $5 each. The above amounts will be given to the S ladies who will tell us in thirty words or less ths best reason why Antherea all silk dress lining is superior to any other silks that sells for anything like its little price of 58 cents a yard. Simply do this: " Write or go to Homer Fitts' store in Barre, and procure some Antherea all-silk lining. A sample of the same, with the name of the dealer w ho sent It to you, must be mailed to us with your "thirty words or less." Contest closes September 1st. Prizes will be awarded October 20 and will be sent you by the dealer from whom you got your sample of Antherea. We personally guar antee the payments of the above amounts to the 53 successful ladies whose names will appear In the Xovewber issue. Do not put off sending your "thirty words" with sample of Antherea lining silk to Duncan & Stenz, 40t! Broome Street, Xew York. ' N Paint Your UnggT for tflic. to $1.00 with Devoe's Gloss Carriage Paint. It weighs 3 to 8 ozs. more to the pint than others, wears longer, and gives a gloss equal to new work. Sold by Bey nolds & Son. Hammocks, ice cream freezers, lawn mowers, window screens, etc , at the Bos ton Bargain Store. Special snap in children's jackets A. P. Abbott & Co's. at Donald Graham Is coins: to Canada this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Mcliae were in Barre Saturday on business. j The meeting of Robert Emmet Court, C. O. F., will be held tomorrow evening instead of Wednesday evening. The services at the Presbyterian church Sunday were well attended. In the af ternoon the meeting was led by 1). D. Mc Aulay. It Iienl Estate Owners would secure their nursery stock through It. L. McGovern, supervising agent for the K. G. Chase Co. rf Geneva, X. V , they wouid have no difliculty in having their stock replaced. Satisfaction guaranteed. Consult the eye sight specialist for glasses at J. u : llolton s. Notice. All persons having bills ngainst Seol & Brady will please call at the new Union Clothing store, Xo. Main St., opposite De pot Square, and the same will be paid. Segel & Brady. FIGURE IT UP 7 THE Amprirhn ridplituPn i j MUIUIJUUU I iUUIIlJ UU. filGNTPEUER, VT SURETY BONDS ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. W. DILLOX, Barre, Vt., A C. II. BIG E LOW . 7 FLAGS Iff ALL SIZES , FOR DECORATION DAY. The AVERILL MUSIC CO, Vhether you use much or little Sta tionery, we can give you the best for your money. We have at all times a large variety of Fountain Pens, Steel Pens, Writing Sets, Desk and Office Supplies. Remember the place, BARRE DOOK STORE, CHAS. A. SMITH, Proprietor, Gordon Block. 140 North Main St. A NEW CIGAR, LI Union Made, at the Corner Cigar Store. The best 5-cent Cigar in the city We also carrv a full line or HECKER'S CIGARS at the old stand. Will be glad to see vou at either store. E. 0. MRRI0N, Union Cigar Store. Corner Ggar Store. Butter, 20c Per Pound. To reduce our oversupply of Butter we will sell strictly fresh Dairy Butter for only 20c per pound for the next few days. . M. J. McGOWAN, Telephone Connection. South Main Street, Barre, Vt. Ice Cream and Soda Wate ! PEANUTS, 5 CENTS PER QUART. M. F. HARRINGTON, North Main Street. One Price to Everybody ! EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. We treat all alike. Inspect our goods and be con vinced that you are getting only the best of up-to-date goods at prices as low as the lowest, qualities considered. FOUNDATION COLLARS The kind we sell fit and our line of trim mings for them are worthy your attention. GORDON DYE HOSIERY for ladies and children. Insist on getting this kind and you will be satisfied that they give satisfaction. OUR NEW DOLLAR CORSETS are the best makes. We have them in long, medium and short waists. They war. THE HOME MADE MAKE PETTI COATS give satisfaction every time. The prices ate $1.00 and $1.25 up to $ J 0.00 each. BLACK MOHAIRS, suitable for Summer coats and stylish for dresses. See the qualities we offer for 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per yard. Ladies' Shirt Waists, - - - 50c Ladies' Muslin Wrappers, - - 79c Ladies' Undervests, each, 10c 1 5c Ladies' Hose, per pair, 10c, J 5c Palm Leaf Fans, 2c; three for Ginghams, per yard, - - -Prints, per yard, - - - -Neck Ribbon, per yard, - -Umbrellas, each,- - - - 5c 6c 5c 7c 50c " VEALE & KNIGHT, Wortkn Block, ... 127 North Main St. ure Food Products! THE BEST OF THEIR KIND. 15aked Beans, lunch size, per can 10c Iiaked Beans, two-pound cans, per can ; 15a Baked Beans, three-pound cans, per can.... , 18o llelnz Tomato Soup, per can 15o Heinz Celery Salad, per bottle 25c Heinz Gherkins, sweet or sour, per bottle 25o Heinz Mixed Tickles, per bottle. .'. 25o Heinz Pearl Onions, very fancy, per bottle 25o Heinz Queen Olives, per bottle . 25u Xioelot Preserving Pineapples, each 10c Larger Pineapples, each, 15c; two for 25o T?,p7br Sovden & Lyon. KoCf "tl I- AND BE CONVINCED. 2r St What we ask of you is an inspection of our Spring and Summer Clothes ready to put on. We are giving g you the choicest assortment ever seen in this town at 5 prices not to he matched by anyone. We are offering ml 5 you values that no firm can undersell, as our line of 5- 2j5 Suits for men of taste, for the young men of fancy and for the little fellows were selected by us with great are while in New York and Bostcn early in April purchas ing goods preparatory to our new opening. These Suits 5 are marvelously close to the tailor's handiwork in g trimming, workmanship, style and durability. 32 ' KM 2 Union Clothing Co., Cash Dealers, Old Skating Rink, Opposite Depot Square, Barre, Vt. 2 ?5 II 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 the BEST MIXED PAINTS, VARNISHES, etc. Lowest prices on all goods. C. A. HEATH, (Telepoone Call, 135-3) Library Building, 10 Elm St. The Up-to-Date Wall Paper Dealer. BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE ome of the best streets in the city at ruling prices for the Tremont street, Ayer, Long, Camp,Hill, Kirkland, Quarry and Parker streets, Grand View, etc. On locality 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 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. Bam, Vermont.