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THE LIVELIEST
Hosiery and Underwear
Department in Barre.
And there are some pretty good reasons for it, too the
chief reason of which is the extra values we give. We know we
are giving extra values, for the ever increasing sales in these staple
necessities are evidence of it
Hundreds of customers know that the dollar is well spent
here and we sav to those who are not our customers, Try us.
Lucerne Wool Underwear has maintained a high standard
of excellence for years and we sell it.
Ribbed Vest and Pants, grey and white, at ..... $1.00
Ribbed Vest and Pants, white, at .1.50
Plain Vests and Pants, grey, at J. 00
Onita Union Suits, the best that's made for the price, in white and grey,
at . . . . . $1.C0, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.25
Boys' and Girls' Underwear in fleeced, including Wright Health Under
wear, Merino and Wool goods, at . . . . . 25c up
We also carry a complete line of Children's Sleeping Garments at . 25c tip
fleeced and Wool Hose
From the best domestic and foreign makers, from the smallest
infant size to the largest m ontsize.
Boy's and Girls' Hose at 10c, two pairs for 25c, 25c,
38c and 50c ' . .
Ladies' Hose at 10c to 50c. s We are never undersold,
full sizes and quality considered.
New Line of Misses' Skirts
In plain and novelty cloths, iust arrived. Ask to see them in
our Garment department.
THE BABfJE DilLY ThMES
BAEKE, VI.. SEPTEMBER 2l. 1903
DO NOT DOSE THE ST0MGI
Weather Prediction.
Boston, Spt. 29. Fair and con
tinued cold tonight with frost.
ednesdar fair and warmer.
Light to fresh northwest to northeast
winds.
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TALK OF THE TOWN.
HOMER F
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I .oral Happening! Tersely Told For Buij
Readers.
Ballard Sc. Co., reliable insurance.
Wise King Flour Is growing In popular
ity.
Everything in glasses.Dr. Hanson, Ocu
list.
O. II. Hale went to Tuubridge fair this
morning.
Ernest Ida of East Calais was in the
city today.
Frank Braman of Washington was in
tbe city today.
Best oyster stew in the city at Harring
ton's lunch room.
Consult the eye sight specialist for
glasses at J. W. Uolton's.
Rory McDonald and son, Ernest, of
Washington, were In the city today.
W. II. Ilepburn has returned from his
business trip through Vennsylvania and
ew York.
Cure Catarrh by Nature's Own Meth
odEvery Breath of Hyornci
Brings Relief.
Nearly every oue who bas catarrh
knows how foolish It is to try and
cure It by drugging the stomach. Tempo
rary relief may be given, but a cure sel
dom comes
Until recently your physician would
have said the only way to cure catarrh
would be to have a change of climate; but
now with llyomei you can carry a health
giving climate iu your vest pocket and by
breathing it a few minutes four times a
day soon cure yourself. -
The complete llyomei outfit costs liut
$1.00 and consists of an inhaler that can
be carried in the vest pocket, a medicine
dropper and a bottle of llyomei. The in
haler lasts a lifetime, and if one bottle
does not cure, an extra bottle of llyomei
can be obtained for 50 cents. It is the
most economical of all remedies advertised
for the cure of catarrh, and is the only
one that follows nature in her method of
treating diseases of the respiratory or
gans.
lheited C ross l'bartrmcy has sold i
great many llyomei outfits and the more
they sell, the more convinced they are that
they are perfectly safe in guaranteeing to
reiunu tne money 11 llyomei does not cure.
HEALTH Al PLEASURE
Are in the ownership and use of a Gun. We have
them at $6, $j, $8 and up. Marlin Repeating Rifles
for $12.95 A fine shooting , caliber Rifle for
1.50. Loaded Shotgun Shells, 50c per box. Pow
der and Ammunition of all icinds at lowest prices.
AVERILL MUSIC AND SPORTING GOODS CO
Fail and Winter Opening I
-AT THE-
UlflOi CLOTHING CO'S STORE.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2d and 3d,
Our Grand Opening Days!
We open this Fall with a complete, line of Hen's,
Boys' and Children's Up-to-date Suits, Overcoats, Reef
ers, Trousers, Underwear, Overshirts, Sweaters, Hats and
Caps, Woolen Hosiery, Neckwear, Trunks and Valises,
and a full line in Men's, Boys' and Children's
Shoes and Rubbers.
As we have nothing left from last year, on account of
the fire, OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK IS EN
TIRELY NEW. Every article in our store is guaran
teed to give full satisfaction to our customers or money
refunded. The remarkable increase in our trade shows
that customers appreciate our efforts to give them the
very best value for their money.
Our Special Offerings
friday and Saturday, Oct. 2d and 3d.
Ten dozen Men's Fleeced and Ribbed Underwear,
the 50 cent quality, price per piece, - - - 39c
Fifteen dozen Men's and Hoys' Heavy Sweaters, the
50 cent quality, this sal, - - - - 39c
Twelve dozen Men's Cunt-l's Hair Hose, the 25 cent
quality, this sale, two pairs for - - - 25c
Don't buy elsewhere until you give us a call and see
our display of Fall and Winter Goods. Everything up to
date and prices reasonable.
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Union Clothing Co.,
M. S. LEVIN, Proprietor
North Main Street,
Opposite Depot Square.
Mrs. li. w. Hooker and Mrs. Frank
Jackson went to East Calais today to visit
at meir 01a uome.
A large deer was seen on A. G. Whitch'
er's farm, near Geo. Ilowland's, In East
Montpelier, yesterday.
Contractor W. E. Jackson began yester
day putting in the foundation walla for
tne new school building on Elm street.
Mrs. Melancy Badger of Northfield came
to this city Saturday to reside with her
daughter, Miss Angie iiadger, who is art
teacher in the city schools.
Mrs. John Anker and Miss Emma Chase
who have been visiting at G. H. Anker's
and J. W. Vaughan's, left this morning
for their home lu Waterford, M. 1,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Buchan returned
Sunday morning from their pleasure trip'
to.New York, Washington, D. C, and
other cities.
Miss Jennie Tierce, who has been visit
ing her cousin, James Simmonds, returned
to Boston today where she Is employed as
clerk in the Houghton & Button elothlag
tore.
Misses Eleanor Mason and Flora Camp
of Plain field, start on a western trip to
day, visiting relatives in Detroit, Mich.,
and friends In Chicago. They will also
visit at Ziou's City.
A good oil heater will take off the chill
and make your parlor or sleeping-room
Comfortable. Several kinds at from f 3.!S
to fii.OO, each one guaranteed. if the
Boston Bargain Store.
The time of meeting of the Goddard
evening school has been changed from
Monday to Tuesilay evening, meeting this
evening. There are 18 students enrolled,
and others may join at any. time during
the fall term.
Dreagmaking,
I wish to announce to the ladies of Barre
that having secured the services of expe
rienced help, I will reopen my dressmat
Ing parlor, 18 Richardson street, Sept. 29,
and will be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, ana new ones as well. Mrs. G
A. Wilkinson.
Card of Thank.
We wish to thank all friends and neigh'
bora for the kindness shown in our be-
ment,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hurry
and family.
We have a One line of souvenir postal
cards, u, J. xoage s jewelry store.
WEBSTERVILLE.
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Lost Sunday evening between Barre
city and Websterville, a black leather
chatelaine bag containing a small sura of
money. Finder please return to Times of
fice. Winter hosiery for ladies and children
at Veale & Knight's.
Goddard foot ball pins for sale at Moore
oc Owens.
Wise King Flour is most economical.
Save Time and Money
By Shaving Yourself.
y a IVkCaH's Pattet
AND TME MATERIALS YOU NEED
Then you are ready to begin on your New Fall Suit.
We have a good line of up-to date Suitings and the prices
are very reasonable when qualities are considered. If you
cannot come to see them send for samples.
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
Be sure and see our line of Winter Underwear and
Hosiery before you buy elsewhere.
VEALE Cll KNIGHT,
Wortira Elocfc - - - - 127 North Main St
We have a beautiful assortment
of Razors, and everything
needed for the purpose. Every
Razor warranted.
THE
American Fidelity Co.,
MONTPELIER,
URETY BOND
ACCIDENT lNSURAKCE.
J. W. DILLON, t j
Barre, Vt.,
C. n. BIGELOW
East Brook field,
- Sv Agents. .Jy
We -Also Have a Line of
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These are warranted goods and
cannot be beat' for 'style or
quality.
D. F. DAVIS,
. "The Druggist,"
262 North Main St., Barre, Vt.
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157 North Main Street. C. S, ANDREWS, Proprietor. O
Good Shoes!
At Cheap Shoe Prices!
I ne Jaav who wants a pood weannc
Shoe good style Shoe and wants
to pa) only $1.50, will get it in our
"Bernalda" line. Box Calf. Dono-ola. CI
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patent tips and kid tips, lace and button. O
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W..I H W'l ESI HE CM Wl.
1 Tonic Glycerine Soap, transparent, best toilet, three large cakes 25c
Keidow Sweet, a nice Toilet Soap, twelve cakes in a box 40c
Wool Soap, six cakes for 25c
Dead Stuck, for bugs, two bottles for 45c
Ideal Toothpicks, small, hard wood, polished, per package 1 0c
Lily White Baking Fowder, food quality, low price. It will please you to
try it. Price per pound 20c
Cocoa, per can 1 Oc
Nice lot of Pickling Onions, per quart 1 Oc
Premier Flaked Wheat, ready to eat, per package 12c
LARGE LINE OF STAPLE DRUGS at prices that will make you happy.
SOWDEN & LYON,
Telephone, 217-3. North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
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IRON BEDS
We have just received a fine assortment of Iron Beds
with brass-trimmings. We sell them from $4.50
to $(6.00 each. We have an especially good
value for $3.00.
A. W. Badger & Co.,
See Us for Values in Furniture. " Morse Elock, Barre, Vt.
Undertakers! 2311. Funeral Directors!
House, 159-21. TELEPHONE Store, 137-11.
Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice.
GENUINE
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Cigars!
4.'
5c or $2.25 per Box. A
This Is the first time you have
had a chance to buy them at this
price. Try one and then yea will
buy a box of these Ggars.
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Prescription Druggist,
48 No. Main St., Opp. Nafl BanK.
New Meat and Fish Market.
The new Meat and Fish Market will open to the public
on Thursday morning, October 1st, with a full line of
Meat, Fish, Vegetables, Fruit, Butter, Cheese and Eggs.
The first three days we will make special prices on everything
in the store. Give us a all and you will be well treated.
UNION CASH MARKET,
74 North Main Street, - - - Durkee Block, Barre, Vt.
The
Hotel
Serves the best dinner to be found in Barre.
Meals served on the European plan. Dinners
from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Special dining
rooms for parties. Telephone call, 158-11.
JOE D. OSSOLA,
PfopHctot.
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IVHiiano!
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Copperas, Alum, Borax, Saltpetre, Epsom Salts, Globular Salts, Sulphur, Brimstone and Sal Soda. Also Powdered Alum, Powdered Saltpetre, Powdered Borax,
Flaxseed, Ground Flaxseed, Resin, White Vitriol, Powdered Sage, Leaf Sage, Powdered Summer Savory, Sunflower Seed, Canary Seed, Rape Seed, Lump'White
Chalk, Box Crayons, Red Chalk (fingers) and many heavy drugs n large and small quantities, at specially low prices. Let us quote you prices on these goods
Telephone 31-3.
L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Park,
Barte, Vermont

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