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Saturday Specials ai Fine'
Dry Goods Department. Seventy-five fancy Pillow Tops, size 23 by a 8 inches, Persian patterns, colors red, navy, castor, cadet and old gold, ex cellent value at 19c. Saturday, only 13c or two for 25c. foundation Collars! One lot of Feathcrbone Foundation Collars, regular Re value. For Saturday, only 10c each. Suit Department. Ladies' Wash Dress Skirts in white and colored P. K., Duck, Gingham, Mercerized and Linen Crash. Values $4.50 to $5.00, special for $2.98 Values 2.75 to 2.92, specialor i(9 Value . 1.98, spcckl for........... !-9 Value 1.50, special for 98 Value J.25, special for 79 A genuine bargain for any lady w ho may be in need .of a Wash Dress Skirt. HOMER FITT O o o o o o o o o o o o UNION MADE Tfco Grcjilsst Compliment ever paid the human root. Come in and let us show you VMY. f'i -. .1 This Ss the 5 Quality Store a o With the Emphasis on the "Quality." Men, Women and Chil- dren are learning this and complimenting: us O more every day. . Men who want real Qulity in q Shoes buy our "MLS-O TON HEALTH" Oxfords g and Shoes, all the same 0 price. We are the sole 0 O People's Shoe Store, ; 157 North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor. ' Q0OOO OOOOOOOOGOO'O" 000000 Furniture at Low Prices! This is called the dull season in trade, but we find it quite busy at our store, where all kinds of Furiture is being sold at special low Summer prices. These prices are on Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Ta bles, Chairs, Couches, Carpets, Rugs, Shades in fact every thing in the store. Call and see goods and learn prices. THE B&RRE DAILY TIMES BAKRE, VI., JtLV SI, 1903 P Weather l'rnulcuou. Boston, July 24, Fair tonight and .Saturday, light to fresh west erly winds. TALK OF THE TOWN. Local Happening Tercel; Told For Banf Kead.r. Ballard & Co., reliable insurance. Consult the eye sight specialist for glasses at J. W. Iloltou's. You cannot appreciate bow thoroughly pood a flour can be until you hare tried ise King. Try it. At the regular meeting of the clerks union held last evening V. S. Robbing and AI. A. Little were initiated into the union and four applications were re ceived. BARRY & WILLIAMS, New Tomas-i Block, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts. CNDEKTAKKU3 AND Fl'NKRAL DIKECTOB9. T. n. BARRY, - - 5 Averlll St. I L. M. WILLIAMS, - 28 Jefferson St, Telephone 209-12. Telephone 212-12. ISummer Shirt Safe! At The Union Clothing Co's Store , For Saturday, Jaly 25th. It is our policy not to carry over stock to the next sea son, and we prefer to sell at cost rather than to have goods left on our hands. We find we have to stock about thirty dozen KEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, bought this Spring. They come in all the styles and patterns that purchasers can desire and are worth from $1.00 to $1.50 each. They go on sale Saturday at ouly 80c We have also a varied assortment of KEN'S FANCY NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, bought in New York of P. H. Jones, the well-known manufacturer of the PRINCELY and EMPEROR Shirts. Worth from 50 to 75c. Price each, on Saturday, only 42c Here is an opportunity for buyers to purchase Shirts at wholesa'er's prices. If in need of Shirts don't miss it. Union Clothing Co., Barre, Vermont. Cash Dealers, Old Skating Rink, 0pp. Depot Square, - Who Will Claim Them? The following letters appear oa the ad vertised list for July 24, 11)03: Men V. Augusta, M. Andrew, O. Ad- ercile. Frank Adams, E. Androletti, H. Ambili, John Agle, Andrew Bennett, Charles Barton, F. Bisson, J. W. Boyce, Johnnie Buchanan, W, J. Bulham,' A. Battesta. Albert Burke, A. Brogginnni.A. Bozziui, D. Busmari, E. Bushey, 6. Bot tauinui, G. Bianchi, Geo. Brothers, Jerry Bigelow, Louis Bianchi, 1'eter Brogginl, I'eter Battonilll, O. H. Baker, P. Byrnes, R. Bercholi, 8anford Anderson, V. Ber- aneo. W. H, Blake, F. Cleveland, F.Clark, E. CetrinS, D. Carey, D. Camilll, C. Ciar, di, C. Citriui, B. Clrolli, A. Ceroti, Alex Colombo, Angella Colombo, Chas. Canii, Antonio Calderara, Castanlno Casellini, Clarence Conner, V. E. Cleveland, D. Duneen, I). Derechi, Andrew Ducharme, R. Forbes, Win. Gandreau, V. A. Gray, Frank Isabella, Lewis Jones, Herbert Kemb, II. Kelley, Daniel McLean, John Moynihan, Charlie Owen, Ira Pike, Thos. Paton, II. I). Galloway, John Sargent, E. W. Taylor, E. Thompson, Fred Wheeler. Women Mrs, II. Ilaggett, Mrs. A. M. Barnard, Jennie Baldwin, Mrs. Ellen Busco, Ella Dustin, Mrs. George Deforge, Mrs. Chas. French, Lizzie Linard, Mrs. Elmer Miller, Mrs. E. S. Towers, Lilla Tracy, Mrs. L. P. Thompson, J. Battiegi. WEISTLEE'S rUNEEAL. Dlln uKhpil Gathering: nt K-rrIee In ( lilnvlrk ( huroli) hi-,1. London. July 23,-The body of Janif A. MacNcili Whistler, the American art ist who died July 17, has been in terretl in the fmnily burial plot in the old church at Chiswtrk, where he often went with his mother when she whs alive. There were no services at th" house. The coflin, which was covered with a pnrple pall, was carried to the church, followed by the honorary pull'ieareis and relatives on foot. The pallbearer were Sir Jnmes Guthrie, president ol the Royal Scottish ncadeuiy: f'harlos Freer, George W. Vaiiderbilt, Kdwin A. Abbey, John Lavery of the Royal Scottish academy and Theodore 1 Mi ret all personal friends of the drceased. In spite of the fact that no announce ment of the funeral was made iu the London papers distinguished friends of the deceased crowded the church Beautiful floral wreaths were received from Messrs. Vaiiderbilt, Alma-Tade-nia and Freer, as well us from the art societies. Mm. ralllon Get. Warrant. New York, July 24.-Mra. Katharint Polllon, who is suing William Gould Brokaw for $500,000, charging breach of promise and libel, secured in the west side police court a warrant calling for the arrest of a woman who, she charges, has been following her and threatening her life. The warrant was given a court officer to serve, and Sirs rolllon left the court room with him. Ilnrelurn Hob Country .Store. Plattsburg. N. Y.. July 23. The couib try store of Fred K, Purdy at. Jericho, a little hamlet about fifteen miles north of Iaiiiieiuoni, near the Canadian line, has been rubbed. Nothing was taken, it is said, except some revolvers, knives, two overcoats and some provi sions. It is thought to have been the work of one or more of the escaped convicts from !annemora. Just received at The Yaughan Store, new styles in white skirts and corset covers. Old gold and silver wanted at refiners' prices in exchange for goods at F, E. Burr's Genuine bargains in black petticoats at Vaughan's Saturday. Shot a Vnlon Workman. Chicago, July 24. Adolph Ehman, a member of the firm of Charles Khmns & Co., mantel manufacturers, angered by the Jeers of a crowd of union work men while he was acting as guard ovei nonunion men, shot and seriouslj wounded Robert Kilter, one of his tor mentors. He was immediately ar rested. THE ffkmvm Fidelity CoJ MONTPELIER, VT 8 SURETY BOND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. W. DILLOX, Barre, Yt., C. II. BIGELOW k East Brook field, v Agents, y i Is ll We carj sell you a splendid tooth brush for a quarter oue that lias bris tles that stick to the brush and not iu your gums other brushes at other prices. Tooth Powders, Tooth Pastes, Tooth Soaps and Tooth Washes OF ALL KINDS. Our Own Saponaceous Tooth Powder Is unexcelled and we give you a larger bottle for your money. D. F. Davis, 1 'The Dtvggist," 262 North Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont. Your Otitin! Don't Forget to Visit bar Store Before Yoa Leave Town! You will certainly need some Shirts, Ties, Hosiery, Underwear or something of the sort to tone up your ward robe. It matters not what kind of sport you expect to in dulge in this Summer, we have the things to improve your appearance and make you comfortable. Come in before you go away. Our prices won't hurt you a little bit. , SEGEL & BRADY, The BIte Store, - - - On Depot Sqaare. Muslin Underwear! One lot of Ladies' Drawers, made from a good qua!- S ity of cotton. They are tucked and hemstitched, andjthe price is only 25c. LADIES' 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 c& KNIGHT, Wortlcn Block, .... 127 North Hah St. ce an a Quality. Quality fs the Judging Basis, Price is the Money Value. For quality and price it will pay you to buy the follow ing goods at our store: Nice ripe Pineapples, IS cents each. Figs, the finest grown, per basket, 23c. Butter in boxes, 20 and 23c pet pound. Tomatoes, 10c per pound or three pounds for 25c. Nice Turnips, per bunch, 8c ; Carrots, per bunch, 8c. " Fairbank's Brown Soap," large bars, six for 25 cents. Watermelons, whole, 2 J -2c per pound; cut, 3c per pound. Oranges we have the best we can get 35 and 40c per dozen. Sowden & Lyon, Telephone, 2 J 7-3. North Main Street, Barre, Vt. Wc Have Received Our Supply of FRESH FiSM for This Week. The' quality is O. K. and for variety we have Had dock, Cod, Cusk, Flounders, Halibut, Swordfish, Bluefish, Lake Trout, Pike and Pickerel. City Fish Market, Telephone a6-a. C. W. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor. , The Mattress Question! When considering this question it will pay you to investigate our 44 HAIR-AND-FELT " at $12.00 each. You will like it better than all hair. We have all the other grades of Mat tresses from $3.00 to $20.00 each. All goods as represented or your money back. A. W. Badger & Co., Furniture, Carpets, Etc. Morse Block, Barre, Vt. Undertakers I sHue. Funeral Directors ! House, 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 $.50 Each. Shirt Waists made for 50 cents when the materials are purchased of us. Dresses made for $3.00 a suit. BARBERRI & POLONGHINL 341 North Main St., Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont. THE SOUTH END MARKET Your Money's Worth Every Day. We offer for Saturday big ripe Bananas, 25c per dozen ; Mediter ranean Sweet Oranges, 35c per dozen; Melons, 2 1-2 to 3c per pound; large fancy Lemons, 30c per dozen; big Georgia Peaches, 40c per doz.; brightest and best Southern Potatoes, 40c per peck. Also String Beans. Cucumbers, Beet Greens and Rhubarb. Best Native and Western Bcef Pig Pork, Ham, Bacon, Sausage, Veal, Fowls and all kinds of Groceries! A trial will convince you that our goods are all right. PARSONS & SKINNER, Props, (Telephone 215-4) 115 South Main Street, - ... Barre, Vermont. Green Sage Cheese, old. Finest Full Cream New Cheese in town. Come in and sample them. Telephone 31-3. Two Packages "Ready Bits" and one of "Power," 30c Be sure and notice trades in this space each week. , ' ii. L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Park, Coffee and Tea. Haveyoti tried ours? Best in town. We ought to know good las or coffees, Barre, Vermont.