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HOMER FITTS
Specials For Saturday.
tOO BLEACHED SHEETS,
torn and ironed, made of good
kind. We own them at a small price and offer the entire lot on
Saturday at 39c each. '
J do PILLOW CASES,
the 12J2C value, at 9c each
cotton market these are extraordinary bargains. Quantity hm
ited to any one customer,
LADIES' WAISTS.
Colored Shirt Waists worth
most all sizes. Your choice Saturday at 39c each.
Also a few $3.98 and $5.00 Black Silk Waists at $2.98.
HOMER
164-166 North Main St.,
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People's Shoe Store,
157 North Main Street.
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Hall Trees!
Hall Settees. Etc.
These are a few of the new goods we
are showing at the present time.
BARRY & WILLIAMS,
New Toma&i Block, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts.
UNDEKTAKEKS AND Fl'NERAL lIRKCTOF9.
T. n. BARRY, - - 5 Averill St. I L. M. WILLIAMS, - 23 Jefferson St.
Telephone 209 12. Telephone 232-12.
Saturday Special Prices!
. On Crash Goods at the
Union Clothing Co's Store !
25 Children's Wash Blouse Suits, ages 3 to 8. worth 50c, at . 25c
20 Children's Wash Blouse Suits, fancy patterns, ages 3 to 10,
worth 75c, at ....... . 39c
50 Children's Wash Blouse Suits, varied patterns, ages 3 to 10,
worth 75c and $1.00, at . . . . . . 50c
35 Hen's Wash Suits, made of pure linen, throughly shrunk,
checked and plain patterns, worth $4.00, at . . . $2.50
25 Hen's Coats and Vests in pure linen, worth $2.50, at' . . 1.75
2 dozen White Linen Pants, worth $1.50, at . . '. 89c
10 dozen MEN'S CRASH HATS, regular value 50c each, at . 19c
These goods are made up in the best styles by the
Willard Manufacturing Company of Sr. Albans, Vt., and
we can guarantee a good fit and good material. They will
go on sale Saturday, June 20th.
Union Clothing Co.,
Cash Dealers,
Old Skating Rink, 0pp. Depot Square, -
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 3 1 - 3.
cotton, deep hem and the 50c
In the present condition of the
50c, 65c, 75c and $1.00, in
FITTS,
Barre, Vermont.
They Fit Well
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And Don't Pinch.
When you buy Shoes of us
you get good stock, well made, a
perfect fit, "and
The Price is Right.
Shoes for the young and the
old, and at prices that bring you
back again.
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C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor,
Hall Racks!
Barre, Vermont.
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THE BARRE DULY TIMES
BAKUK. VT. JINK 18, 11X13
Weather I'rwlicliuu.
Boston, June is. (ienerally
cloudy, with a tatter in a showers
tonight extfipt in eastern Maine,
Friday partly cloudy.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Local IIarPniS( Tenmly Told For Boi
Header.
Ballard & Co., reliable insurance.
Fire, Smoke and Water sale at Boston
Bargain store.
If troubled with headache see Ilolton's
eyesight specialist.
S"lse housekeepers use Wise King Flour
tor bread, for it is the most economical.
Ask your grocer.
L. W. Welch of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
who made such a remarkable automobile
trip from Cleveland,!.)., by way of Boston,
said while here that the roads In Barre
were the worst he had passed over in the
course of his whole jotirney. Probably no
one knows this better than the people of
that city and Barre will have good streets
as soon as the paving blocks are down.
Mr. Welch went from here to Burlington
yesterday and goes from there to Mon
treal. Moutpelier Argus.
The alumni of , Montpelier Seminary
were defeated in a game of ball by the
under graduates of" the school Tuesday
afternoon by a score of 10 to 5. After the
game all joined in a melon rush.
BERLIN.
F. Barney is the special policeman this
year at Berlin Bond.
Mrs. John Rowell of Montpelier is car
ing for Mrs. II. C. Heed, a sister of Mr.
Rowell.
Mullins' Mirror Lake creamery paid 24
cents for batter fat for May.
Mrs. II. C. Reed remains very low.
E. B. House who is employed by a
Philadelphia publishing house is at pres
ent working in Chicago.
Deputy Sheriff Nichols of W'illiauistown
was in town today on business.
POPULAR SCIENCE.
Our nun at the distance of Arcturua
would be invisible to us.
The human jaw Las only eight mus
cles, but these exercise a force of
nearly a quarter of a ton.
Trofessor Draun of the University of
Strassburg has undertaken to heat a
room iu Munich by a flash light in Nu
remberg, which is 100 miles away.
It has been showu that more than
a gallon of salt solution can be intro
duced Into the blood vessels in the
course of an hour without destroying
life or occasioning any disease.
The astronomer has heat measuring
devices that can detect infinitesimal
variations of temperature and indicate
the heat of stars distant millions of
miles from the earth and chemical
compounds sensitive to light that our
eyes never can see.
IIIokd to Atoms.
Silverton, Colo., June 17. Three min
ors have been killed at the Toltec tun
nel by an explosion of fifty pounds of
giant powder which they were thaw
ing. Two of the men were blown to
(itoms.
Just received at The Vaughan Store,
one case of fancy wash goods twenty
different patterns made to sell from 15e
to S.jo per yard. Our special price, only
10c and 15c per yard,
Our styles in $1.00 Corsets are sure to
be the kind you are looking for if you
want comfort and kinds that are desirable.
Veale & Knight.
Sen the large size linen napkins we are
selling for fcl.W) per dozen. Veale &
Knight.
Table linen samples at Abbott's on
Saturday.
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Has Opened Its- Doors Again
And is Ready for Business!
A new line of Spring and Summer Merchandise has been
added to each department.
New Shoes for Boys and Girls, .
New Suits for both Men and Boys,
New Trousers for Men and Boys' wear,
New Wash Suits for Boys in Blouse Style,
New Wool Suits for Boys in the Norfolk Style,
New Wool Suits for the Boys ia all the other styles,
New Headwear and new Neckwear for Men and Boys,
New Hosiery, new Underwear and new Fancy Dress Shirts,
New Trunks, new Dress Suit Cases and lots' of new things
on sale and all at prices hard to beat. Lookers as wel
come as buyejs Come in this week or at any other time
and we'll serve vou right. Your old friends,
SEGEL &
THE BLUE
Around the Corner, - -
SEED CORN, GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS.
We have the popular D. M. Ferry Seeds in packets at 3c. Also bulk Pas,
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,
GOWN GOSSIP.
Trained skirts nre not fow except
for wddings arid very dressy occa
sions. Black silk stockings embroidered In
colors are said to be popular. Some of
then) are works of ort.
Hats of unliued guipure, the edge fin
ished with black or white velvet, are
dressy. The trimming i3 usually an os
trich feather or an nigret.
Happy Is the woman whose most be
coming color is mauve or violet. These
lovely but trying tones are to be most
fashionable iu the coming fall.
Hons have disappeared In everything
except ostrich feathers, stoles and
capes of the costliest and most perish
able materials having taken their
places.
Better for ordinary wear than taffeta
petticoats are those of pongee with a
trimmed or embroidered flounce. Amer
ican pongees give good service, espe
cially In the undyed fabric.
Nothing Bets off a pongee or linen
gown like a touch of red, and a great
deal of red is worn In the way of bats,
belts, 8tock3 and hand bags. The
brightest scarlet 13 popular, and ruby
or cherry red still more so. New York
Post
Carpets and rugs cleaned, repaired and
laid by B. W. Hooker & , Co. Leave or
ders at store.
If you want good muslin underwear buy
the Home-made make at Veale & Knight's.
Bed spreads In Saturday's sale at Ab
bott's. Consult the eye sight specialist for
glasses at J. W. ilolton's.
SURETY BONDS
ACC1DIKT INSURANCE.
FIGURE IT UP
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Whether 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 Book store,
CHAS. A. SMITH, Proprietor,
Gordon Block. 140 North Main St.
BRADY
STORE,
- On Depot Square.
jfkmm Fidelity Co.
fi MONTPELIER, VT., .
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VT. DILLON",
Barre, Vt.,
C. il. BIGELOW
East BrookQeld,
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Opposite City Park,
The Knickerbocker
SHIRT WAIST fits. The sleeves are long and
the styles are sure to please. The materials used
will wear. We have just received some very
neat ones in black and white stripes. Sizes. 32
to 44. The price is $1.35 each.
VEALE CO.
THE ONE
Worthen Block,'
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If-fff Rosada Coffee
V il IL IL IS BEST.
There is a reason for everything, and there is a reason
for the superior qualities of Rosada Coffee- It is no ex
periment; it is the direct result of years of study and
practice. The " Beans " are separated and prepared for the
roaster by the most modern separators and millers, roasted
by experts and with the most modern appliances, the great
est attention being paid to every detail. Sold by us in
specially prepared bags at 35c per pound.
Other Coffees at from 20c per pound up.
Sowden
Telephone, 217-3.
Our Specialty
Is our FRESH and SALT FISH. When you are
tired of beef-steak come and see what we have,
or send in your order and we will do the rest.
City Fish Market,
Telephone 16 2. " C. W. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor.
Just What You Want
For a wedding gift. We have just received a fine lot
of Fancy Rockers, ranging in price from $3.75 to
$6-00 each. These are well made, polished finish and
upholstered seats. You get full value at these prices.
A. W. Badger & Co.,
Furnitureand House Furnishings. Morse Block, Barre, Vt.
Undertakers ! n H&ill.. I Funeral Directors !
House, .159-21. TELEPHONE Store, 137-11.
Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice.
Ice Cream and Soda W ate?!
PEANUTS, 5 CENTS PER QUART.
M. F. HARRINGTON, 3HJ North Main Street.
We Are to
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Colburn Clothing Co.,
5
74 Main Street, -
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.
KNIGHT,
PRICE STORE,
127 North Main St.
& Lyon,
North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
Leave Barre
As soon as we can sell our
stock of Clothing, Shoes and
Furnishing Goods. We shall
cut the prices deep to close it
out as soon as possible. We
have not space to quote you
many prices, but here are a few
to show what we are doing:
Men's 25c Hose, two pairs for - - 25c
Hen's J 5c Hose, three pairs for - 25c
Suits for Children at from 75c
to $3.75 that were $1.50 to
?6.oo, Grips from 50c up and
everything else marked down
to close them out quickly.
- - Barre, "Vermont.
Barre, Vermont
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