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Ladies' Dress Skirts!
NEW LOT JUST OPENED. TALK OF THE TOWN. 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, t3-S 4-5 5'Co, 16.50, $7.50, ?8.75, ?9-5 and 1 10.00. Storm Skirts! We have some special values in Ladies' Storm Skirts at 3.00, 3.50, $4.00 and 5.00 each. Misses' Walking Skirts at $2.50 and $3.00 each. PERRY & CAMP, 71 and 75 Main Street, - - - - Barre, Verccnt ARE YOU LOOKING , 1 r 4 0k For anything 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 male the home comfortable and attractive.' B W Hooke & Co., Park Block, Next to City Hall, - - Barre, Vermont. We're Waiting To Show You Ottr New Clothing. We 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. Wootz & Owens, Successors to D. M. Miles, 22 North Main St., . Barre, Vermont. OUR OFFERINGS In Summer Thairs, Fancy Chairs, Patent Rockers and new Chamber Suits are worthy of your inspec 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. UK IKIt TAKERS AND JXTSERAl IMKECTOFS. T. H. BARRY, - - 5 Averill St. I L. M. WILLIAMS, - 23 Jefferson St. Telephone 200-12. - Telephone 212-12. creen ejoot Window Screens! Boston Bargain Store, Pearl Street," Barre, Vt. C. N. Kenyon & Co. We carry the "Queen Anne" hard wood Screens and fancy hard pine doors, all sizes. Bring in your measurements. TALK OF THE TOWN. A. C. Dickey of East T.arre was in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnson left this morn ing for Boston. Miss Fannie Gold went to Enfield, X. II., today on a visit. John Dodjie of Waits River was In the city today on business. Miss Evelyn 1'helps pave a chafing dish party to the Deka club last evening. Dining the month of May City Clerk Mackay issued 11 marriage liednses. John Bossi returned this morning from Boston where he has been on a visit. Two does were seen crazing near I)odge8 yesterday by several trainmen. Supper at the Congregational church vestry tonight from six to eight o'clock. Miss Madine Nichols returned last night from Marshtield for a few days stay in the city. William Colvln returned last night from a ff w days' visit at his home in I'latts bu'g. I). M. Miles has recovered from his re cent illness suflicieutly to be out of doors today. Miss Dodge, teacher In Ward 5, has re signed her position and accepted one else where. J. A. K. Glidden and Cen Hall left this morning for Malletts Ray to spend a week fishing. Mrs Joseph Bianchi left last night for Buffalo, . Y., after a visit in this city with friends. Miss Mina Bonnyman left this miming for Xewark, X. J., where she will spend the summer. Mrs. Joseph Martin and Mrs. Joseph Parker are visiting friends in AVateibury for a few days. Mrs. James Eraser nnd Sirs. GeorgeAn gus leave tonight for Quiney, Mass., for a visit with friends. John Gill of this city was in Montpelier city court Monday evening, lie paid 12. 79 for being intoxicated. The biggest and best loaves of thoroughly good bread made from Wise King Flour. Ask your grocer for it. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Graham of Granite- m ........ T t.:u i, ( Vine weiil. iu i.iuw lt"ii, J . K. luuay w utut? they have purchased a fann. A I). Gilley is in the city today, coming here from Lebanon, where he has just con cluded a successful land sale. Regular meeting of Rebekah lodge at 7.30. Work. Members of degree team re quested to be present. Order of N. G. Miss Florence Curtis has resigned her position in Spaulding graded school and has accepted a position in Moira, X. V, The case of state vs. Michael KeeTe, charged with breach of the peace, was again continued In city court to June 11. St. Elizabeth's Chapter will meet at the home of Mr. Roberts Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. A full attendance is desired. O. D. Mathewson was called to Worces ter last night as forest fires had broken out on the farm belonging to Mrs. Mathewson. Every man who is Interested in temper ance reform, or the lumor traltio, should hear the lecture tonight at St. Monica's church. Spaulding plavs Moutpelier High seho at base ball at the trotting park in this city Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A good game Is expected. Miss Helen Marsh was called home to Rochester this morning by the death of her aunt. Irvin Potter is taking her place at North Barre school today. Miss Alice M. Guernsey of Montpelier. was bridesmaid at the marriage of Waistel Kiee and Miss Mary Elizabeth Hill at Concord, X. 11., Monday evening. Charles Corry was in city court this morning on a charge of Intoxication, hav ing been arrested last night. He pleaded not guilty and will be tried Jane 10. A petition in bankruptcy was filed yes-! terdty by C C. Fanisworth, a quarry fore man of Williamstown. He has liabilities of $225 and assets of $50, all of w hich are claimed exempt. A regular meeting of the Shepherds of America will be held Tuesday, June -1, at which time a delegate Is to be elected to the supreme convention aud several can didates wiil be initiated. Oswald, the 11 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Milani of Howard street died last night. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Burial in the Catholic cemetery. The J. Com! granite companv, which has been doing business in the sheds near the I'mneer, . moved yesterday Into C. 1 Gill's new stone shed, near the oil tanks on the Berlin side, Montpelier. Col. C. S. Forbes of St. Albans, publish er of the Vermonter, was In the city yes terday afternoon looking up Illustrations that are to appear in an article on educa tion In the next number of his publica tion. Members of the Burns club will please bear In mind that the special train for the picnic on Saturday, June 0, w ill leave the M. & W. R. depot at 1.15 p. m., sharp, I'lease be on time, train will stop at North Barre. It is rumored that a clerks' union may be formed in Montpelier. It is stated that some of the clothing stores which agreed to close their doors on the evening of Mem orial Day failed to do so and this has giv en rise to the talk of the formation of a union. t Co. E, V. N. G of this city Is making imicn preparations lor the annual inspec tion which will be held next Saturday. Adjt. Gen. W. H. Gilinore and Capt. Hov ey ere assisted in the inspection by Capt. C, F, Burnhain of Burlington, inspector of rule practice. The next regular meeting of the Wash ington County Medical association w ill be held jointly with the State Tuberculosis Commission at the state hospital for the insane at U aterbury, Tuesday evening, June H. An opportunity will be offered to visit tne wards of the hospital. John Dillon purchased last week two lumber lots in Duxbury and Fayston, one containing no acres and another lOo acres. Mr. Dillon buys for an Investment. The timber land Is mostly old growth and Is about all there is left in the valley that has not been bought up by thelnternation al Paper Co. II. C. Leonard went to Burlington this morning on busiue.-.s. . Fiank Burgess and J. Ward Carver went to Berlin pond today to take a ride on the former's new steam launch. WASHINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Huntington are the parents of a daughter. W. M. Crowley of East Barre, was in the place putting the tin onto the roof of the new parsonage. Frank Downing has purchased a barn of Peter Dewey which Le has taken down and is moving to his place preparatory to rebuilding where tne lire recently destroy ed his house and barn. T) V.. WavIIiIpv. fmrttv Trun1 inrrir ..... T V J , A K. W'h itcniiih and 11. K Alih.ilt n nptit jurors, went to Chelsea yesterday to at tend the spring term of Orange county court. The I'ope Fatigued. Rome, June 3. The pope is fatigued on account of the beat. Though he is not 111, bis doctor has suspended nl! not strictly necessary audiences! High ecclesiastical dignitaries are still re ceived, including Cardinal Patolll, with whom the pontiff discussed America!) and Philippine affairs. The probable postponement of the consistory for a few days is not connected with the pope's health, but is due to the situa tion in France. Flood In Montana. Missoula, Mont., June 3. The melt ing'enows in the Cuuir d'Alene moun tains are causing a rampage of all streams. The tracks of the Northern Pacific are in danger near Hope, Ida., where the waters are up to the rails. The snowfall in the Caur d'AIene last winter was the heaviest in Hie history of the region, and disastrous floods are feared. Ilnrttlur S-t Fire to Bi Mill. Pittsburg, June 3. Burglars broke into the office of Kidd P.ros. & Burghers' steel wire mill at McKees Rocks, Pa., and finding nothing of value after dynamiting the safe set Are to the plant. The main building, a long frame structure, was completely destroyed, entailing a loss of about $00,000. . ' The Prenldont In ebraka. Grand Island. Xeb., June 3. Presi dent Roosevelt's train reached Grand Island at 11 o'clock. A large crowd was at the station to greet the presi dent. The president made brief speeches at Lexington and Kearney. Chlnen llelel Take Two Towns. Hongkong, June 3. The French con sul reports that the insurgents In Yun nan province have captured the towns of Cheplngchau and Homichau. Com munication between Yunnmfu and Tonquin ifi cut. CHURCH AND CLERGY. The new Dominican house of studies Is to be immediately begun in Wash ington near the Catholic uuiversity. When finished It will be the largest Gothic monastery in America. During the fifteen years that Rev. Dr. Charles Herald was pastor of the Bethesda Congregational church of Brooklyn more than 1,000 members were added to the congregation. There are exactly 150 religious bodies in Protestant and Roman Catholic America, 1J5 from Trotestant and five from Roman Catholic origin, and they increase at the rate of about one a year. Rev. Dr. Henry Van Dyke says the American church in Berlin is a post of great importance and calls for a gen erous support from the American peo ple. Dr. Van Dyke's first attempts at regular preaching were made iu the services of that church. The suit bargains at Fitts are worthy of your consideration. New collar foundations in all sizes. Yeale & Knight. 5.75 black mohair skirts at Abbott's for $5.00. . 1 Fitts is exhibiting excellent linen dress stuffs. A A T"nATT A- HP Ladies' Stocks. Foundation Stocks for lace covered collars are the latest fad. A good Perforated Stock for only 5c. Foundation Framework Stocks, muslin covered, the kind that sells for 15c. Our price, only J 2c. Silk Framed Foundation Stocks, silk muslin covered, the 25c kind, for 9c. Auction Sale I There Is to be an auction sale of the personal property of the late L I. Cheney at East Barre on Saturday, June 6th, at 2 P. M. A. C. ELANCHARD, Administrator. Neck or Fan Chains. Ladies' and Misses' Neck or Fan Chains are the latest and we have the largest assortment in the city. Prices from fOc to $2.00 each. Mohair Skirts. . Ladies' Black Mohair Skirts, tatTcta trimmed over hips and down sides This is our 5 75 leader. It's the greatest Skirt in our stock. Price for this sale, only $5.00. Sample Suits. Ladies' Sample Suits at about half price to close. Black Mercerized Waists. Ladies' Black Mercerized Waists in all sizes, tucked front and back of fast black mercer ized satine a good Waist for 1.25. For this sale the price is only $J,00 ech. ABBOTT & CO. en's Balbriggan Undersea?! The Ideal Underwear For Summer! 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. Halter and Hen's Outfitter. THE SOUTH END MARKET SEASONABLE BARGAINS. Sixtcen-Inch-Cut Lawn Mowers, warranted best quality, : $3.50 Garden Sprinklers, : : : : : : : 25, 35 and 45c Grass Shears, : : : : : : : : : 20c Garden Hoes and Eakes, each, : : : : 25c Shovels, each, : - : : : : : : : : 50c Choice Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton; Ham, Sausage, String Beans, Cu cumbers, Pineapples, Oranges, Bananas and Berries. PARSONS & SKINNIER, (Telephone 15-4) 115 South Main Street, Barre, Vermont. FLOUR. We can furnish you with the leading brands of Flour at the lowest prices in the city. Pillsbury's Best Bread Flour, - - - - - $5.00 Ceresota Bread Flour, - - - - - . - 5.00 Silver Sheaf, the best all-round Flour in the city, - 4.50 We expect a carload of the famous "Sleepy Eye" 'this week and we will be prepared to take your order. LINLY A. AVERILL, Telephone 45-2. . 200 North Main Street. FOR SALE, Bakery and Grocery Store at Waterfeury, Vt. Good business and in good operation. Soda fountain, liorse, cart, sielglm, wagons and harness. This property will be sold inside of two weeks, on easy teems. Also TWO BUILDING LOTS in Harre. Telephone connection at AVaitsiield, or write to M. J. Waterman, Waitslieid, Vt. HAND RUBBERS AND GRANITE POLISHERS! We have something for you. Act like magic, last for three years, hent by mail for 25 cents. H. E. SOLARY & CO., 10 Seminary St., - - - - Barre, Vt. Talking Machines ! They are just the thing for amuse- mt these Summer evenings. Used on the lawn, porch or launch they entertain and amuse. $15.00 to $50.00. The AVERILL MUSIC CO. Hgood values! Grocery Department. Strictly fresh Kggs, 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 baker give our Cream Bread real'value. Meat Department. Fresh Native Rhubarb, 3c a pound or nine lbs. for 25c Tomato Plants, per dozen, - - - 50c - 19c 23c - 22c 10c - 25c 25c - 25c Leading Cash Grocer. Meats and Provisions.