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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, June 10, 1903, Image 8

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Another Wide Awake Proposition
On Ladies' Suits and Coats !
We have been saying a great deal about Ladies' Suit Bar
gains lately, and now we are going to say a little more. , We
realize that our advertising represents too much for us to use
meaningless words or offerings The age of miracles is past. The
' people today want living, palpable facts. Behind each bargain
offered by us exists a fact. To appreciate them you must ex
amine the goods.
LADIES' SUITS.
$12.50, $13.50 and $15.00 Suits for $ 9.75
This lot includes several Walking Suits.
$18.00. $20.00, $22.50, and $25.00 Suits in black and colors, excel
lent styles, fine cloths and tailoring. Price, .... 15.00
SILK COATS.
Two Louis XIV style, made of Peau de Sole, lined with satin, former
price $25.00. Price to close, J 6.93
Six Monte Carlo Coats made of Peau de Soie, trimmed with buttons and
Venise lace, lined with satin, former price $22.50. Price to close, 13.93
Two Blouse Coats nude of Peau de Soie, very smart styles, former price
$18.50, Price to close, . . . . , . . . 13.93
Twelve Corset Coats made of cheviot and covert, black and tan, former
price $12.50, $13.50 and $15.00. Price to close, . . . 9.75
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
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die banns ajij.eua cmtiiiti i i-inuuauta
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Boston,-June 10. Fair tonight festa vi sara tfiscu
and ihurwiay: cooler in western gle afienti the vauno autunitamlo.
portion: high southwest to north
west winds.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
HOMER FITTS,
164-166 North Main St.,
Barre, Vermont.
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" Long Walker Calf" Shoes!
The boy ought to have strong Shoes just
now. You don't want him lo kick out his Shoes
nor injure his feet. Our solution is a pair of
"Long Walker Calf" Shoes a marvel in
leather-making. Are sold exclusively by us.
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Youths' size,
Boys' size, - -
We have the Men's also for
$1.25 to $1.50
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laical Happening Tersoly Told For Buj
Kadir.
Ballard & Co., reliable insurance.
Jf troubled with headache see Moltou's
eyesight specialist.
Mrs. James Ross o llardwick, is visit
ing her jiarents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Downie.
Wise housekeepers use Wise King Flour
for bread, for it is the most economical.
Ask your grocer.
There will be a regular meeting of the
Granite Polishers' union Wednesday eve
ning at 7.U0 in Carpenters hall.
There will be a meeting of the SpanLsh
Aineriean war veterans Wednesday even
ing at 7.:)0 in the G. A. R. hall.
A final meeting of the Memorial Day
committee for settling up its affairs Thurs
day evening at the G. A. R. rooms.
C. C. (orry was in county court this
morning On a continued case, lie was
found guilty of intoxication and fined $5
with costs of 1.4S. Oorry took an ap
peal to county court.
WILLIAMSTOWN.
Mrs. Albern Jiriggs fell while at work
and fractured her wrist very badly.
Dan Daley is home for a few days vaca
tion. Mrs. Geo. Savery is visiting her daugh
ter Nellie in Sharon.
Mrs. Lucy Smith of South iiarre is
stopping for a few days with Mrs. John
Colby.
Mrs. II. S. Drury left today for Boston
where she will enter the eye and ear in
firmary for treatment for deafness.
The schools in the quarry district have
been closed on account of diphtheria and
the teachers have returned to their homes.
W. II. Gladding and wife, Mrs. F. T.
Cutler of liarre are attending the Central
Vermont Association of Universalists.
People's Shoe Store,
157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor.
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Old Holland Coffee!
Mocha and Java.' Call and get a sample
and convince yourself it is the best in the
market at the price.
LINLY A. AVERILL,
Telephone 45-2. 200 North Main Street.
IN THESE &
Days of Remembrances!
Why Not Recall
Your Own Best Self?
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We sell READY - TO - WEAR CLOTHING for
m Men and Boys that is Clothing in every sense of the
2 word- We are buying goods at the lowest market prices
J5 a"d we give our customers the benefit of bur large cash
5 purchases. We buy and sell only the nobbiest makes in
Jj Suits, Top Coats, Trousers, Furnishing . Goods, Shoes,
2 etc, all ready to put on, at prices that you will find it dif- JJ
cult to equal. One hour spent in our store looking over 2
JJ the different lines of merchandise will prove to be the j
most profitable expenditure of time you can make. We jjpj
Z respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. ' m
Union Clothing Co,
Cash Dealers,
'JZ Old Skating Rink, Opposite Depot Square, Barre, Vt.
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Couiiu Senile. .
We might say that the learning anj
knowledge of the present time that pro
duces locomotives, steamboats and other
useful and labor-saving Inventions, is only
the common sense of ages saved up. This
game common sense is what is making and
has made for Colonial Taint the reputa
tion it has today. The eheiuUts at the fac
tory have scientifically compounded lead,
oil and zinc in such a way that the paint
produced outwears, outcolors and spreads
over more surface than any paint now on
the market. It wears longer than other
paint it .is worth as much more as it
wears longer. It looks better It is worth
as much more as it looks better than other
paint. And if it covers more, it is worth
as much more as it covers more. So com
mon sense, the ruling element of today,
directs you to buy Colonial Taint, as it
outclasses all other paint, because it is the
result of common sense, scientifically ap
plied. Analysis of purity of material on
each can. bold by C. A. Heath in Barre.
Sheet and I'illow Slips, large size, good
quality of cotton, hand torn. Veale&
Knight. '
The Royal silk. stitch black petticoats at
$3.30 is the finest ever shown by Fitts,
See Fitts stock of Suits before niakinj.
your selections elsewhere.
A few bargains still lemaiu in those
walking skirts at Fitts'.
Another drop in the price of Suits and
Silk Coats at Fitts.
Boys and Girls 15c hose 2 pairs for 25o.
Veale & Knight.
Musliu wrappers at 79o each. Veale &
Knight.
II. t'oiuitato.
Fitts stock of white lawn waists never
w ore better for the price.. Choice designs
and great variety. .
Our collar foundations are just right.
Try one. Veale Jc Knight.
Carpets and rugs cleaned, repaired uud
laid by U. W. Hooker Co. Leave or
ders at store.
Consult the eye sight specialist for
glasses at J. W. tloltou's.
Wrapper sale at A. P. Abbott & C'o's.
American Fidelity Co.,
MONTPELIEB, VT
SURETY BONDS
"ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
J. W. DILLON',
Barre, Vt.,
C. II. BIGELOW
East Brookfield,
Agents.
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FIGURE IT UP
Whether you use much or little Sta
tionery, we can give you the best lor
your money. We have at all times a
large variety of Fountain Pens, Steel
Pens, Writing Sets, Desk and Office
Supplies. , Remember the place,
Summer Vests!
Ladies' Summer Vests for JOc, 15c, 25c and 50c each. See
the kind we sell and be convinced that you are getting the best
at prices as low as the lowest when you take the qualities into
consideration.
CORSET COVOS Try the makes we sell and you will be perfectly sat
isfied. Our prices are 25c, 35c, 39c and 50c each, All we
ask is for you to see them.
VEALE (a. KNIGHT,
THE ONE PRICE STORE,
Wortkn Block,
127 North Main St.
Neat's Carriage Paints!
Arc the best and are made of the best materials.
They dry quick and hard and with a brilliant, glossy
finish, making varnishing entirely unnecessary.
. They are guaranteed and thoroughly reliable.
We have samples of actual work.
Neal's Carriage Top Dressing will make your o'd
Carriage Top like new.
Sowclen & Lyon,
Telephone, 217-3.
North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
BARRE D00K STORE,
CHAS. A. SMITH, Proprietor,
Gordon Block. - 140 North Main St.
A NEW CIGAR,
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Union Made,
at the Corner Cigar Store. The
best 5-cent Cigar in the city.
We also carry a full line ot
HECKER'S CIGARS
at the old stand. Will be glad
to see you at either store.
L O. MARRION,
Union Ggaf Store. Corner Ggar Store.
Ice Cream and Soda Water I
' , PEANUTS, 5 CENTS PER QUART.
M. F. HARRINGTON, 3 Ul. North Main Street.
AlNINUUINllilVllilNI.
SEGEL & BRADY
Wish to announce to the public that they have again
secured a lease of the Blue Store for fourteen months
and so will not be obliged to move their goods. As
soon as alterations can be made in the store they will
open up again with a new and complete stock of
Spring and Summer Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings
for Men and Boys. Everything will be up to date.
Watch this space for further announcement.
Wfiy Not Have Some
Fish For a Change?
This week we have Haddock, Cod, Cusk, Flounders,
Halibut, Blue, Weak, Mackerel, Lake Trout and Pike. Fresh
Boiled Lobsters every Saturday.
City Fish Market,
Telephone 26 2. C. W. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor.
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. Y
M. J. McGOWAN, .
Telephone Connection, , South. Main Street, Barre, Vt.
ARE YOU THIRSTY?
If so you should try
one of our thirst quenchers.
Cherry Phosphate, ': : : : 5c
Cream Cordial, : : : : : : 5c
Fed Banana, :::::: 5c
Egg Phosphate, : : : : J0c
Milk Shake, ; : " : : : :10c
Ice Cram with Crushed Fruit, JOc
E. A. DROWN,
48 No. Main St.,
Opp. Nafl BanK.
DON'T GET HOT.
JUST TAKE IT COOL I
We have. Underwear so thin that it's cooler to wear
it than to go without it and at prices within the reach of
all from 25c to $1.00. We are going to please you
somewhere along that line. You will need one of our
Straw Hats that is within your reach, too from 25c to
$2.00. WTe are headquarters for Shirts, Collars, Cuffs,
Neckwear, Hosiery, Belts and everything that will help
you to take comfort during the warm weather which is to
come. Don't forget the place. '
Colbutn Clothing Co.,
74 Main Street, - - . Barre, Vermont.
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.
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.
Barre, Vermont.

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