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Store! Linen Dress Fabrics ! . Linen is good! Never been better! v e are showing all weights for all sorts of costumes, and here are some of them : Colored Linen in medium weights, THE BARRE DAILY TIMES SOUTH BAKRE. BAKKK. VT . JUNK 3. V.03 western wimU. Weather l'rerttl Mom. Hoston, June 2. Fair tonight, and Thursday, cwiler in Vermont, northp.ru New Hampshire and Maine tonight, fresh westerly TALK OF THE TOWN. Heavy Linen Crash, 27 inches wide, in blue, green and natural, excellent for waists, outing suits and skirts. Price per yard, : : : 50c. Linen and Silk Batiste, 33 inches wide one of the most beautiful, sheer fabrics made. Price, : : 50c. 27 inches wide, in green, blue and natural, designed for the mountains and shore. Prices, : 25c and 33c. Dress Patterns in Linen and Silk Batiste, in satin and lace stripe ef fects. Prices, : : 65c and 75c. These goods are low priced, considering what they are. We also have the proper Allovers, Insertions and Edge to match. Also Real and Imitation Clunys for linen. Butterick Patterns for June Are Here. The sa'me extraordinary values in our Suit Department. If you want a Suit see them. HOMER FITTS, 164-166 North Main St., - - Barre, Vermont. o . o o o o o o o 0 o o o o 0 o In beauty nothing in footwear approaches "QUEEN QUALITY" Shoes. They are designed on artistic, graceful lines and modeled f with the handsomest and most fashionable lathers. We offer for X your choosing many different styles of Boots and Oxfords, each of f i if.- t - them on the various lasts. Boots, Oxfords, $3.00 and $3.50 2.50 and 3.00 People's Shoe Store, 157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor. o o o o o o o Ice Cream and Soda W ater ! PEANUTS, 5 CENTS PER QUART. M. F. HARRINGTON, 3H North Main Street. mm SEE Ladies of the V& society of South Bur- re are to Iiolu an excuauue tunai aimc home of Mrs. Carl II use Friday evening. .tune 5. Saooer served from 5 to t. La dies are Invited to meet in the afternoon. Admission, 5 and 10 cents. Home Made lake Petticoats! ANOTHER LOT JUST RECEIVED. trfx-al Happening Torsely Told For Bu Ballard & Co., reliable insurance. If troubled with headache see Helton's eyesight specialist. A. Morandi left last nicht for Lithouia, a., waere ne will worn. Wise housekeepers use Wise King Flour for bread, for It is the most economical. Ask your grocer. . The baseball came which Spauldinghad scheduled with .Randolph and Northfield II iuh schools have been canceled by the latter teams. Regular meeting of Sanctuary Granite City, S. of A., tomorrow evening at 7 clock sharp, aiemoers are reijuestea to be present. Initiation. Arrangements has been made between Segel A Brady and the IsortweU estate whereby Messrs. Segel fc Brady have se cured a lease again, for the Blue store on Depot square, the lease to run 14 months rom June 1, VMKi to August l, linu. une owners of the property have decided not to move the Blue store building as they will not build until all the other leases on the corner expire. This news was receiv ed with pleasure by hegel it Brady, lhe store is closed this week for alterations and the exact date of opening for business will be anuouneed later. An Ax to .rlul. You remember the story of the man who had an axe to criud. Well, the manufac turer of cheap paint has an axe to grind. He Hatters sou by telling you that you have better sense than to pay a big price fun-mint. He 'stain vour money. Some time afterward you find the paint scaling, iiopllmr or mbbine oif, consequence, a ru- I' ined house. Why not have bought a reputable paint such as the Colonial purity guaianieeu. Analvsin on everv package nothing to hide. Sold by C. A. Heath in Barre. Card of Thank. We wish to thank all those w ho so kind ly assisted us, for their words of sympa thy, also for the many beautiful during the sickness and burial and brother. . Albert Cook Ooldsbury, Air. and Mrs. J. A. Ooldsbury and family. Every woman can afford to have one. We have them at all prices: $1, $1.25 up to jiu. LooKtnem over. Our Silk Drop Skirts are the same make. See them before you go to the expense of having ore made. VEALE CO. KNIGHT, Worthen Elock, - - - - wain llowers of our son BERLIN. Mrs. II. C. Reed was taken suddenly ill Monday forenoon. Dr. Goodale was called to attend her and found his patient semi- nnconscions. Mrs. Reed seemed a little improved Monday evening. Jerry Dube, brother of Mrs. Frank Hill, goes Tuesday to New York city to work at stone cutting. Memorial Day was a success at Berlin pond and at the Corner where there were exercises by the school children. F. Thom as of Montpelier, gave the address. At the lake there was a large but quiet crowd. If Keal Estate Owner . would secure their nursery stock through R. L. McGovern, supervising agent for the G. Chase Co. of Geneva, . 1 , tney would have no dilliculty in having their stock replaced. Satisfaction guaranteed. Nolle. All persons having bills against Segel & Brady will please call at the new Union Clothing store, No. Main St., opposite De pot Square, and the same w ill be paid. Segel & Brady. TIMELY TOPICS. Lost, Btrayed or stolen-One Balkan war cloud. Chicago JSews. An apartment house at once becomes a tenement house when babica are aa- mltted. ' Babies are a plumb nuisance In many places In this modern world. Birmingham Age-IIerald. Those New York women who pro pose to wear a "no flirt" button might do well to remember that tne reai no flirt woman needs no such distinguish- ine mark. Chicago Tost We should more readily accept the theory that hydrophobia Is a supersti tion if It were made perfectly clear that tho dogs exist only In the Imagi nation. Philadelphia North American. A New York state Judge has decided that when husband and wife die at the name time the wife dies first In New York thiB is a decision; In Ireland it would have been a bull. Baltimore American. Seven hundred new books will be published this spring, and the man who "always keeps up with, the cur rent literature" will do well to make Wa tnnn nsvlum arrangements at once. Denver Republican. I'nlut Your Kuggy for iJC 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. &oiu oy Rey nolds & Son. Hammocks, ice cream freezers, lawn mowers, window screens, etc., at the Bos ton Bargain Store. Shirts waists at 08c. aud fl.'iO of ex ceptional value at Fitts'. NEAL'S ENAMELS. Enamel is a comparatively recent invention and represents the highest degree of perfection in the manufacture of materials which com bine the two-fold mission of preserving and beautifying the objects upon which it is applied. It forms a hard, smooth and lustrous coating which by simply wip ing off occasionally with a dry, soft cloth may be preserved in as perfect condition as when first applied. j Enamel your furniture and wood work, bath tub, bicycle, iron brack ets, sewing machine iron work, refrigerator, radiators, stove, pipe and all surfaces subject to extremes of temperature. . You an procure the material of us; you an do the work yourself. Sowden & Lyon, Telephone, 217-3. North Main Street, Bane, Vt. Old gold and silver wanted at refiners' prices in exchange for goods at F. E. Burr's j Wright . Ditson Golf Goods! We are making very low prices on complete outfits. Get our prices before you buy. Try our new twenty-cent Golf Balls. E.. A. DROWN. 48 No. Main St., Opp. Nat'l BanK. See our line of white skirts, the " Home made make." Veale & Knight. A new line of Umbrellas "and Children Parasols at Fitts'. Fitts sells the Domestic Wrapper. Black mercerized for ri.oo. Consult the glasses at J. AV waists at Abbott's specialist Ten Per Cent Discount at the Colburn Clothing Company's Store! FIGURE IT UP : : '"'I ; jv ;A 3 ! J , S ( h Zf - f V'S' - ' i 1 Haberdashery are in it also, all new and of the latest style. To'day 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 Hats and Remember these goods are No old goods in our store. Colburn Clothing Co., 74lMain Street, Barre, Vermont. Whether you use much or little Sta tionery, we an 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, CMS. A. SMITH, Proprietor, Gordon Block. " 140 North Main St. Hand Drawn Muslin Ties at Fitts'. 'S : if Mm Fidelity Co ..V- I ff MONTPELIER. VT.. S SURETY BONDS I j ACCIDENT INSURANCE. U J. W, DILLON, Ij Barre. Vt.. v It 3! Vv C. II. BIG FLOW ft i East Brooklleld, ' JJ -( 35 Si AND BE CONVINCED. 3 Interested in Summer Sports? We can fit sou out for any game in a first-class man ner and at reasonable prices. The AVERILL MUSIC CO. A NEW CIGAR, TIP-TOP i What we ask of you is an inspection of our Spring S 5 you the choicest assortment ever seen in this town at ?5 prices not to be matched by anyone. We are offering i i imn ritffc tliif nn firm rin imAtrpl nur Vtro nf Suits for men of taste, for the young men of fancy and for the little fellows were selected by us with great care while in New York and Bostcn early in April purchas- S ing goods preparatory to our new opening. These Suits are marvelously close to the tailor's handiwork in trimming, workmanship, style and durability. Union Made, at the Corner Cicar Store. The best 5-cent Clear in' the city 2 Union Clothing Co,, Cash Dealers, Old Skating Rink, Opposite Depot Square, Barre, Vt. We also carry a full 1 BECKER'S CIGARS ine as at the old stand. Will be glad to see you at either store. E. 0. VURRION, Union Ggar Store. Corner Cigar Store. Butter, 20c Per Pound. To reduce our oversupply of Butter e will sell strictly fresh Dairy Butter for only 20c per pound for the next few d ays. M. J. McGOWAN, Telephone Connection. South Maia Street, Barre, Vt, 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 regujar prices. Investigate and see for yourselves. A full line of the BEST MIXED PAINTS, VARNISHES, etc. Lowest prices on all goods. C. A. HEATH, (Telepooue Call, 155-3) Library Building, JO 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, CampHill, Kirkland, Quarry and Parker streets, Grand View, etc. Telephone 3 -3. SEED CORN, GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS. We have the popular D. H. 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, certainevenings each week. Barre, Vermont.