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Saturday Special, July 18th
Umbrellas, Ribbons and Stock Collars! UMBRELLAS. Twenty-five Umbrellas made of fine Gloria, steel rods and an excellent assortment of handles. . These we have run as a special in this department at $1.98, but for Saturday, July 1 8th, the price will be only 149- RIBBONS. One lot of Ribbons in "Satin and Taffeta, just the thing for children's hair ribbons. Regular prices, 5 to 8c per yard. To close Saturday at only 3c per yard. STOCK COLLARS. One lot of White Muslin Stocks made in the latest effect, an excellent value at 1 5c, but for Saturday they will be only 10c HOMER FITT SUCH A COMFORT to YOU J 0 Q llfo) ' o . o o o o SHOES ( TRaDI markcn lach shoe ) o "What, comfort to mv tender feet?" Yes, you'll O ft nA Uo-a J.-ir. -U a. h '. A ""U nv.iv just nil, JVW1U. Bt . t IT ) of Shoes that will satisfy A even vour tender feet. Q v-., -1 1,4 -.11 r if THE BARRE DAILY TIMES BAKRE, VT , JIXV 10, 1SKKJ winds. Weather Prediction. Boston, July lfJ.Fair tonight and Friday, warmer tonight in Vermont, light to Iresh westerly TALK OF THE TOWN, Local Happenluga Tersely Told For Bosj Header. Ballard & Co., reliable Insurance. Arthur Tilden returned from Xorthtield this morning. Consult the eye sisjht specialist for glasses at J. V. llolttm's.- A. P. Abbott went to Bucksport. Me.. yesterday for a short vacation. jjood a flour can be until you have tried ie iving. iry u. Kogers & CJrady are giving away a neat aluminum fire alarm card. Everyone should have one as they are handy. Mrs. L. K. Whitehead and family re turned last uight from llardwiek, where they have been to attend the funeral of Mrs. Whitehead's father. The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. L. Kizzi of Kiver street died yesterday after noon. The funeral was held this moruing and the burial was in the Catholic cemetery. TALK OF THE TOWN. F. I.. Harris is in Ilardwiok today. Mrs. F. A. Toole is in Portland.Me., vis iting relatives. . Mrs. L. E. Griswold returned last ninht from a visit with relatives In MorrUville, The Knights of Columbus will hold their annual picnic at hepard"s Grove Satur day, July IS. C. A. Dodge of the Ilarre Golf club who has been entered in the state golf tourna ment at Burlington, has been paired to play T. J. Iioyce of Iiutland. Summer undervests for 10c, 13c. 25c. at Veale & Knights. and American Fidelity Co., MONTPELIER, VT., SURETY BONDS ACCIDENT INSURANCE. w 11 ft : ! J. AV. DILLON, Barre, Tt, C. H. BIGELOW East Brookfleld, Agents. You should call for our "Siinn"' Iitli.tc tt (n CjJ " Endurance " Unlined Oxford ... 2.50 "Endurance" Boob...- 3.00 All of these have Rubber Heels attached. . o People's Shoe Store, X 157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor. w n 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 DIItECTOKS. T. II. BARRY, - - 5 Averlll St. 1 L. M. WILLIAMS, -28 Jefferson St. Telephone 209-12. Telephone 212-12. An advertisement" in the Times will bring sure results. Cold Storage Suits At the Union Clothing Co.'s Store Ail This Week! Our Summer Clothing is so cool and comfortable that you will think, when you get into if, that you have been put into cold storage, and the prices are so low they reach the zero mark. How are you fixed? Are you dressed cool? We've Coats, uits and Trousers here so thin that the tini est little breeze goes through them. Our Crash Suits are made up in the latest styles and patterns, in a fulMine of sizes from 34 to 46 chest measure. This Week's Prices! Ken's Linen Craih Suits, regular prices $3.00, $i:o and $4.00, at $2.50, $2.75, $3.00 Hen's Linen Crash Coals and Vests at 1,50, 1.75, 2.00 Ken's Linen OH Coats at 50c, 75c 1.00, J.25 Men's Linen Crash f ants to close at ........ 85c pet pair Union Clothing Co, Cash Dealers, Old Skating Rink, 0pp. Depot Square. - Barre, Vermont. SATURDAY. JULY 18th. We Have Perfumes Made Where the Flowers Grow! Every Lady in Barre Should Try These Perfumes! To enable them to do so we will make Next Saturday Perfume Day Each lady calling on us that day may test our many Odors and will re ceive a California Rose Souvenir. 1 J Per Perfumes frnrn Ollfornla where tfi flowers (ffow Rleger's perfumes. The true essence of the oJOf Of the flowers, lasting, yet t aU l!?s de:traie the Ci'anJeM rerfuw-.e n th or:J to -Jay. i Our nw st cM is rai ani we s.inj 1 you to w- ft, fr a dainty !Mt f perfume ! i Is never a.T.iss on any oicasion D. F. Davis, "The Druggist," 262 North Haln Street, .. - - . Barre, Vermont. DO THESE PRICES INTEREST YOU? Nice Fresh Dairy Butter, per pound ', 20c Two cans of nice Peaches for 25c Two cans of nice Pears for 25c Two cans of nice Plums for 25c Two cans of the best Corn for 25c Two cans of Empire Peas for . . 25c , HOT BREAD every night from C. fi. Cross & Son's of Montpelier. M. J. McGOWAN, Telephone Connection. South Main Street, Barre, Vt. EEZY TIMES There is Something Breezy About Our Light-weight B ue Serge Suits for Summer I Everyone who has seen them like them and say that they are handsome. They impart a cool and refreshing feeling of satisfaction to the wearer. They are fashioned right and the fit is correct. Thin prices on every Suit. TRY A BLUE SERGE SUIT. They are both cool and economical. We also carry a foil line ot SUMMER c SEGEL & BRADY, The Blue Store, - - - On Depot Square. - BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE Oa some of the best streets in the city at ruling prices for the locality. Tremont street, .Aycr, Long, Camp, Kill, Kirkland, Quarry and Parker streets, Grand View, etc. Tfrinrwnwim mi mm mi mi in nni nmn 1 j 1 ' jn,Hiiv,i.n;Miiiwi mm r iniirnwi winnmiMminm imliuuiwiiiimm w i mmm Muslin Underwear! One lot of Ladies' Drawers, made from a good qual ity of cotton. They are tucked and hemstitched, and the I price is only 25c. LADLES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE. Most everyone knows that we kind we sell gives sat isfaction. The price is 15c per pair or two pairs for 25c. VEALE (SL KNIGHT, Wotthen Block, - - - - 127 Norti Main St. T e extra 1 The "finishing touches" of life are made up of the "ex tras." The best " table effects " are made by using our . Olive Oil, the purest Luca, per bottle, . . 25c Salad Oil, per bottle 10c. Slade's Salad Cream, contains no oil, per bottle, . 25c Armour's Tomato Bouilon," per bottle, . . .25c Pure Strained Honey, per pint bottle, , . 25c Heinz Mustard Dressing, something new, per pint, . 25c We have the grandest of all-round Flours, "LILY WHITE," at only $5.25 per. barrel. Sowden ik Lyon, Telephone, 217-3. North Main Street, Barre, Vt. Dairy Products! The choicest of the dairy isn't too good for you. Our aim is for excellence and we insure you satisfac tion. We stake our reputation on the excellence of these goods. Try our Star Batter, only 23c per lb. City Fish Market, Telephone a6-2.. C. W. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor. OTkt You finow 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! 1. Funeral Directors! Ilouse, 159-21.- TELEPHONE Store, 137-11. Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice. NEW 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 & POLONGHINI, 341 North Main St., . Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont. THE SOUTH END MARKET CHOICE BEEF, PORK, VEAL, Lamb, Ham, Bacon, Tripe, Sausage, Lard and Salt Pork. Fancy and staple Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables. As low prices as consistent with good quality. Prompt service and courteous treatment. Rebate Checks for cash. We are pleasing our customers. Let us please you. PARSONS Sc SKINNER, Props, (Telephone 213-4) 115 South Main Street, - - - . Barre, Vermont. Telephone 31-3. HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS. "Standard Pare " Granulated Sugar, 5 J -2c per pound. You get no purer when you pay 6c. Force, I2c; Piilsbary's Vitos, 12c; Grape Nut, 12c; Hominy, 10c; Roasted Oats, 10c; Eeady Bits, 12c; Postum, two pounds for 20c!;IPosf am, one pound, 12c ; Halt Breakfast Food, 1 1c; Shredded Wheat Biscuit, J 1c. Only 2 packages to a customer. L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Park, TENEMENTS TO RENT On Ayer street, five large rooms, spring water and km. Tenement of four rooms and a single rocm in the Averill block. Barre, Vermont.