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THE BARRE DAILY TIKES
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sale will be sold at auction Saturday at
2 and 7 p. in. at the Boston Bargain btore.
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BARKE, VI., JILT 11, 1003
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We ljave got a good variety of Colored Lawns and
Dimities that we have been selling all the season at 12 I -2c
and 1 5c per yard, in attractive patterns and colorings, excel
lent for dresses and wrappers. Price to close, 10c per yard.
Wash Slants in White and Colors,
made of Pique, Lawn, linen and Duck smart styles, well
nude and excellent values just the thing for this hot weather,
vacations, etc. . Prices range from 98c to $6.93 each.
Our Bargains
in $6.98 Suits, Muslin Underwear and Corsets
surpass all past efforts in this direction.
Weather Freitirtlou.
lv cloud v.
i Bostou, July 11. Local (showers
J this afternoon and tonight in
northern portion. Sunday part-
TALK OF THE TOWN.
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An Ounce of Experience
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O ii WUKIH A POUND OF THEORY. Q
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More than twenty years of experience has taught
O us some valuable things about Shoes and the materials O
O that should go into their make-up ; also method in do- q
g ing business. You pay less in the long run to the
cash dealer. He buys for lesshe sells for less. BUY
g YOUR SHOES OF THE CASH SHOE STORE.
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I.ocjiI UapitAuIug Tersely Told For Boej
Header.
Bal'ard & Co., reliable insurance.
Consult the eye sijjht specialist for
glasses at J. V. Jloltou s.
You caunot appreciate how thoroughly
pood a fluur can be until you have tried
ise King, Iry it.
Cuhn'i torn ri.
Four crops of corn nx prod-icd year
ly In Cuba. The first crop is planted in
December, and the fourth crop Is bar
vested in December.
Pitchblende.
ritchblende, so valuable to frientist
because of the radio activity metal It
contains, la found in Saxony and Corn
wall and is a mineral made up of SO '. j
per cent of oxide of uranium, 2V) black
oxide of iron, galena and silex.
fBritfon' Stltcheii.
Silk twist Is only one of two or three
dozen, stitching materials used by sur
geons, fine silver wire and the use of so
called catgut being the more commonly
used. The advantage of the latter Is
that they do not have to be removed
and are absorbed by or built Into the
wound.
Hotel In Sirltzerlniid.
About 27,01 h) persons are employed In
the 1,271 hotels for tourists in Switzerland..
D. F. DAVIS', Ihs D--
262 North Main St.. Barre, Vt.
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PURS DEUC5
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We have everything needed
for the sickroom. Family Medi
cines and Chemicals, Toilet Arti
cles, Perfumes, etc.
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Peopled Shoe Store,
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ANNOUNCEMENT.
Hereafter my Salesroom will be at residenc, No. 56
Spauiding St., known as the Gates House, where I
shall carry a more complete line of Pianos and
Organs and be better prepared to serve the public.
H. A. GOULD, Tuner and Dealer,
Telephone Call, 4-22.
No. 56 Spauiding St., Earre, Vt.
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At Union Clothing Store !
Everybody, during this hot weather, is looking for a
light Hat or Cap to wear. We have plenty of light-weight
Hats in Felt, Straw and Crash, in all grades and in all de
sirable shapes. As we don't like to carry over to next Sum
mer any of these goods we are ready to sell them at
SACRIFICE PRICES.
$1.50 $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 light weight Felt Hats, Union-made,
wifl be sold at $1.00. $1.50, 1.75 and $2.25,
ONE OUNCE HATS, feather weights, worth $ 1.00 and $ 125, at 75c.
50c, $1.00 and $2.00 Straw Hats at 39c, 75c and $1.00.
25c and 50c Crash Hats at 15c, 19c and 39c.
Mens' and Boys 25c an 1 50c Automobile, Yacht and Golf Caps, as
sorted colors, at 19c and 3c.
Boys' 25c and 50c Straw Hats, wide and narrow, flat and turn-tip
brims, at 19c and 39c. -
Good buyers will not loss the chance to buy Summer
Hats and Caps just when these goods are needed. This
reduction is for this week only, commencing on Monday,
July 6th, and ending Saturday, July nth.
Union Cfoilimg Co.,
Cash Dealers,
Old Skating Rink, 0pp. Depot Square, - -
Earre, Vermont.
negro MortnlitT-
The mortality in the cobired popula
tion of the United States is nearly dou
ble that of the white population. Na
tive white stock has the advantage ot
foreign, white stock ot most ages abor
Infancy. ,
The Latent eck Chain.
Borne of the latest neck chains, says
the New York Mall and Express, are
made long enough to be knotted In the
first twist around the neck and still
have nmple length to hang clown with
B ftaciful pendant at the end of it.
Special for this evening only. Segel &
Brady at the Blue Store, offer lor to
morrow as a special leader, 40 mens' and
boys' light coats, In plain black, black
and white stripe, plain linen color and
several other colors suitable for the shop
and ollioe, worth from 50e., 75e. and $100,
to close the lot at 39e. each.
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MONTPEUER, VT.,
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J. W. DILLON",
Barre, Vt.,
C, II. BIG E LOW
East Drooktield,
Agents.
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"Very Tempting"
Is our assortment of Candies.
Schrafft's Chocolates, fresh
each week. Those Chocolate
Biscuits are delicious and are
only tOc a box. ' The best
Chocolates at 20c per pound in
the city.
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Ice Cold Soda, CoHege Ices,
Served with pure fruit juices,
are healthful and refreshing.
We serve Bardwell's Root
Beer in ice cooled steins. " It
hits the spot" when you are
thirsty.
Everything made right and
Served right here.
D. F, DAVIS', Ding!!
Horse Block, Barre, Vt.
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.
UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
T. H. BARKY, - - 5 Averill St. I L. M. WILLIAMS, - 2a Jefferson St.
Telephone 209-12. . Telephone 212-12. .
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FAMOUS ICE CREAM
HAS NO EQUAL. JUST TRY IT.
The Barre Candy Kitchen.
BLACK WATERPROOF SERGE, 50 inches wide,
goods that we know will give the best of satisfaction.
We can furnish you materials for a good up-to-date Suit,
including a McCall Pattern, for $7.00. Just think what
you can save by making your own Suit. You can de
pend on the McCall Patterns. All seams allowed.
VE ALE (El KNIGHT,
Worthen Block, - - - , - 127 North Main St.
Nice, Fresh and Cool.
These are enticing words for warm weather. Still
they are descriptive of our line of Groceries. Prices right.
Nice large Pineapples, 15c and 1 8c each.
Watermelon, whole or cut, 3c per pound.
Cucumbers, 5c each.
Cantclotipcs, 5c to 7c each.
Cocoanuts, large and milky, 5c each.
Phenbr, a cooling drink, 30c, with rebate of 5c for bottle.
A trial is the only recommendation necessary for Cros
by's Superior Bread Flour. Price, 35,25 per barrel.
Sowden & Lyon,
Telephone, 217-3.
North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
Yes, We Have Fish,
But we also have new Vegetables and Fruit. Fresh
Native- Asparagus every day. And we have
Canned Baked Beans, such as you have been look
ing for.- Give us a call.
City Fish Market,
Telephone a6-a.
C W. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor.
on't You Enow
That we have the NEWEST and BEST line of
Chamber Suits, Iron and Brass Beds, Dining room
Furniture, Parlor Tables, Couches, etc., to be found
in the city? Our customers tell us our PRICES
are the lowest, too. Call and see for yourself.
A. W. Badger & Co.,
Everything NEW. . Morse Block, Barre, Vt.
Undertakers! aK'rS0!.. I Funeral Directors!
House, 150-21. -TELEPHONE Store, 137-11.
Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice.
m LOT OF WRAPPERS JUST RECEIVED
75 Cents to $1.50 Each.
Shirt Waists made for 50 cents when the materials are
purchased of us. Dresses made for 3.00 a suit.
BARBERRI Sc POLONGHINI,
341 North Main St., ' . Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont.
W aslimgton Baking Powder
New supply of premiums. Elegant large pieces of
Blue and White Enamel Ware with each pound. The
quality of the powder needs no recommendation from vfs.
You all know how good it is.
Choice line of Beef, Pork, Ham, Bacon, Tripe, Veal,
Mutton, Vegetables, Fruits and Groceries' always on hand.
vSouth End Market,
Parsons & Skinner, Proprietors.
(Telephone 215-4)
U5 South Main Street, w ....... . Barre, Vermont.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE
On some of the best streets in the city at ruling prices
for the locality. Trcmont street, Ayer, Long, Camp,
Kill, Kirkland, Quarry and Parker streets, Grand View, etc.
Telephone 31-3.
HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS.
"Standard Pure" Granulated Sugar, 5 J -2c per pound. You get no purer when you pay 6c. Force, 12ci;
Pillsbury's Vitos, J 2c; Grape Nut, 12c; Hominy, 10c; Roasted Oats, 10c; Ready Bits, 12c; Postum, two pounds for
20cXPosttim, one pound, 12c; Halt Breakfast Food, 11c; Shredded Wheat Biscuit, 1 1c. Only 2 packages to a customer.
L. M. AVERILL, Opposite Gty Park,
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.
Barre, Vermont.

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