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THE BARRE DULY TIMES B.U'.KE, VT, J I" SI! . 1!K3 Reliable, stylish Dress Goods are always an interesting topic to women. Just how reliab'e the kinds we sell is well known to the trade. As for style, a visit to the department where every new weave of the season is being shown will do you more good than anything we can say in print. Our stock of Black Goods is particularly large, and excel lent values are always to be found here. Samples sent upon request. Black and Navy Voiles. This fabric is the most popu lar and beautiful fabric of the season. It is a decided departure from the cloths of the past five years and has met with a tre mendous success. From 38 to 45 inches wide and 50c to $1.50 per yard. Melrose. No better cloth made for appearance and ser vice. From 40 to 48 inches wide and 50c to $1.38 per yard. Black Mistral. In plain and knot effects, 42 and 44 inches wide. Price, $1.00. Especially good for Summer skirts. Cheviots. In black and colors, in plain, pebbles and blind pebbles; 42-inch and 52 inch. Prices, 50c to $1.50 a yard. Our stock is also replete with Broadcloths, Venetians, Mixed Suitings, Flaked Novelties, Prunellas, Flannels, Twills and Cashmeres. Mohairs. Our line in black, navy, grey and creams rep resent the best value the market offers. Prices from 50c to $1.38 per yard. HOMER FITTS, to east winds. Weather l'rertictlon. Boston. June 22. Fair to night. ToeMlay fair, probably followed by raiii, fresh northerly TALK OF THE TOWN. I.ocl Happeulnjc Terely Told For Bail Header. Ballard & Co., reliable insurance. If troubled with headache see Ilolton's eyesight specialist. Wise housekeepers use Wise King Flour for bread, for it is the most economical. Ak your grocer. WASHINGTON. R. McDonald is havinj? fiuite a serious time with his left eye. Dr. C. K. Chandler of Slontpelier removed a piece of steel from it Thursday aud it is now improving. Children's day was observed at the Universalist church yesterday and the finest exercises were listened to that were ever given on any similar occasion. The committee were Mrs. D. K. Worthley.Mrs. G. A. Uohonou aud Miss Olive Calef. Stanley Wilson is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson for a short time. Mm Kllon Vnwfirs and damrhter. Mrs. Dean, were over Sunday at I. C. Calef's. Mra Vaaifr Smith returned to. her home here Saturday after spending a few days In Montpelier. 164-166 North Hah St., Barre, Vermont. O o They Fit Well And Don't Pinch. o When you buy Shoes of us ( vnn cret rrood stock, well made, a O J - tJ" O ' ' gy rfrfirt fit anH V The Price k Right. ( Shoes for the young and the Q old. and at rnces that brine you back again. O o o People's Shoe Stofe, f 157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor. 1 Ice Cf earn and Soda Water! PEANUTS, 5 CENTS PER QUART. M. F. HARRINGTON, 3 North Main Street. letter to Kei. Fr. llaneault. Barre, Vt. Dear Sir: This story cuts two ways, and reaches two sets of people. Father (ialvin, Westerly, K. I., had Ins church and residence pa'nted. Good job; and this is how he went at it. Measured all carefully seems to have known Devoe. Then got bids from the painters, paint to be supplied by them and by hiui. Saved i0 by using Devoe. Oue of those painters ought to have got that money. v ours truly, F. W. Devoe & Co., P. S. Reynolds & Son sell our paints. Palut Insurance. t .... u.;i. 1a it i-ii liopri inaisobV the Colonial, a paint larautwd to be ab solutely pure ana comuieiiueu f cij painter who has used it. it contains more Carbonate of Lead than any otner paini, ground diiVerently, as shown by its fine ness of texture. "Let the cost of sufficient paint to paint your h use represent the premium. The policy Is an endowment, without options, as you will receive these returns. First. Wood preserved. Second. Premises beautified. Third. Permanency of results. Sold by C. A. Heath in Barre. i 1 7 l MONTFEUER, VT., American Fidelity Co., SURETY BONDS 'ACCIDENT INSURANCE. r l J. VC. DILLON, II Barre, Vt., H VS. C. H. BIGELOW East Brookfield, Agents. FIGURE IT UP o If in need of a porch shade we have it. Th Yinlnr " th onlv nractical shade, in the market, at no creater cost than the ordinary kind. Fitts. If tired of pavinc rent, read the ad. of the D.A.Perry lieal Estate Agency on page 1. Do I need a w ash skirt?" Of course I do and there is no better place to purchase than at Fitts'. Umbrella bargains at A. P. Abbott & Co.'s. The latest effects in Kimonas at Fitts'. Whether you use much or little Sta tioncry, we can give you the best for your money. We have at all times large variety of Fountain Pens, Stee: Pens. Writing Sets, Desk and Office Supplies. Remember the place, BARRE DOOK STORE, CHAS. A. SMITH, Proprietor. Gordon Block. 140 North Main St Are You Looking For a good $1.00 Corset? See the kind we sell. Select the style you think will suit, take them home, try them on, and if they are not what you want return them and well give hack the money. SEE OUR RIBBONS at 5c, 7c and 8c per yard. Also our line of LACES at 5c per yard. VEALE (Si KNIGHT, THE ONE PRICE STOKE, Worthen Block, 127 North Main St. reakfast Foods! The " Breakfast Food " is an important item, a cup of our delicious Rosada Coffee and a " Food " often being all that is required for the morning meal. A few of them:" Premier Flaked Wheal, per packaje 15c Premier Flaked Rye, per package 15c Shredded Wheat, per package 1 2c Ready Bits, per package 15c Grape Nuts, per package 15c The Malted Foods, per package 1 5c Rolled Wheat, this week, two packages for 25c t For preserving and beautifying your window and door screens use Neal's Screen Enamel. Sold by us. Sowden & Lyon, Telephone, 217-3. North Main Street, Barre, Vt. I Special Underwear Sale! FOR THIS WEEK. The change of the weather makes people think about Summer Underclothes to wear during the hot season. We have, a large variety to satisfy any need and pocket-book. Our assortment in the 50c Underwear comprises all sizes from 34 to 48 in pink, blue, fancy stripes and tan ribbed goods. Also in black and light balbriggan, coming from the leading mills of the United States. They will be sold for this week only at 39c and 45c a piece. Our assortment in the 25c line, in black, tan and brown striped balbriggan will be sold this week only at 19 c a piece. Do not miss this chance to underbuy Summer Underwear at the lowest prices in town for first-class goods. Remember the place. Hall Trees! Hall Racks! Hall Settees Etc. These are a few of the new goods we are showing at the present time. BARRY & WILLIAMS, New Tomasi Block, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts. UNBKRTAKEK3 AND FVSKRAl UIEECIOHS. T. H. BARRY, - - 5 Averill St. I L. M. WILLIAMS, - 23 Jefferson St. Telephone 209-12. Telephone 212-12. Fresh Native Lettuce, Radishes, Bunch Onions and Rhubarb Also Bos ton Market Vegetables Cucumbers, New Potatoes, Cabbage, Bunch Beets and Wax Beans and our customers say we have the . best that can be had in the Fruit line. " City Fish Market, Telephone 26-2. ' C. W. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor. HE B LUE STORE We Are Ready for Business Again At the Same Old Stand. Union Clothing Co., Cash Dealers, Old Skating Rink, 0pp. Depot Square, - - Barre, Vermont. We did not move from our old quarters on the 1st of June, as we expected to do, as the owners of the property have decided not to build until some of the other tenants' leases expire, which have fourteen months more to run. So we have repaired our store and opened up for business again with a better stock of goods than ever. Our line of merchandise consists of Ready-to-wear Summer Clothing, Shoes and Furnishing Goods for Men and Boys. In style, quality and durability our goods cannot be surpassed, and we have marked the prices so low that no one can undersell us. If you are ready to look, as well as to buy, do not fail to call on us. We are pleased to see old friends and new ones are always welcome. Respectfully yours, 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 arc well made, polished finish and upholstered seats. You get full value at these prices. A. W. Badger & Co., Furnitureand House Furnishings. Horse Block, Barre, Vt. 23n!e. Ftmer al Directors ! Undertakers! House, 150-21. TELEPHONE -Store, 137-11. Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice. is. SEGEL & BRADY, THE BlUE STORE, Atoond the Corner, On Depot Square. We Are to Leave Barrel As soon as we can sell our 2 stock of Clothing, Shoes and Famishing Goods. We shall 2 cut the prices deep to close it Si out as soon as possible. We i have not space to quote you 5j many prices, but here are a few !c to show what we are doing: Men's 25c Hose, two pairs for - 25c jj Men's 15c Hose, three pairs for 25c Suits for Children at from 75c Sr to $3.75 that were $1.50 to $6 .00, Grips from 50c up and everything else marked down Zz to close them out quickly. . 2 fmf T' 3 r' If Hz A? c s 3 St is Colbtmi Clothing Co., 74 Main Street, - - - Barre, Vermont. Z BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE On some of the best streets in the city at ruling prices for the locality. Tremont street, Ayer, Long, Camp, Kill, Kirkland, Quarry and Parker streets, Grand View, etc. HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS. "Standard Pure" Granulated Sugar, 5 l-2c per pound. You get no purer when you pay 6c. Force, 12c; PiUsbury's Vitos, 1 2c; Grape Nut, 12c; Homony, 10c; Roasted Oats, 10c; Ready Bits, 10c; Postum, two pounds for 20c ; Postum, one pound, 12c ; Malt Breakfast Food, 1 1c; Shreadded Wheat Biscuit, 1 1c. Only 2 packages to a customer. TENEMENTS TO RENT On Ayer street, five large rooms, spring water and barn. Tenement of four rooms and a single room in the Averill block. Telephone 31-3. L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Patk, Barre, Vermont.