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Willi e Sale M1I GoMp On
We shall make this store, the next week, a very interesting shopping place for the
thrifty buyer. These, with bargains mentioned in Friday's paper, and new goods put
out every day will demand your earliest attention to our store. Many good values
will not be advertised so come here first.
Night Robes
1 lot of Ladies' Night Kobes, with square neck, ham
burg and lacs trimmed, three-fourths sleeves, and
low neck,' short sleeves and hamburg trimmed, our
regular $1.25 value.' Sale, each 79c
1 lot of Robes, lace and hamburg trimmed, good
quality cotton, regular $1.50. Sale 98c
Look at our Children's Robes, resu'ar 30c. Sale,
each , 20c
New line just in, from 50c to 30 50, which are very
handsome gowns.
3 dot. Children's Drawers, good cotton, lace and tuck
trimmed, regular 20c value, sale l'Ji
Great Skirt Value
LOT NO. 1 ladies' White Muslin Skirts, fine tucked
and hemstitched ruflle, our $1.23 and $1.50 value.
Sale 89c
LOT NO. 2 Ladies White Skirts in plain tucked '
. anil lace trimmed, regular 70c. Sale ....... G2 l-2c
LOT NO. 3 18-inch Lace Trimmed Flounce in Val.
lace. Our rogular 98c. Sale, each 79c
LOT NO. 4 Ladies' White Muslin Skirts, with lace '
trimmed and very fine quality cotton, our regu- .
lar $1.50 value. Sale, each 83o
LOT NO. 5 Ladies' White Skirts, handsome lace
trimmed flounce, good quality cotton, our regular
$2.50. Sale, each '. $1.87
$1.50 Corsets
One of the best Corset Sales we have had for some time will be found in this White Sale. 00 pairs of V. X.
Corsets, very long hips, medium bust, our regular i.ju vaiue. mese uro exceptionally guou vuiues, u
shop early. Sale, per pi
500 yards very fine Nainsook, our
regular price 15c per yard, this
Sale only, per yard 12 l-2c
lO Per Cent. Off on all
Spreads during this Sale.
Lace Curtains
All our odd pairs of Lace Cur
tains to close during this Sale t a
Big Reduction.
7 Days' Sale on 45-inch Flounclngs
To give tjie public a chance to buy some very handsome 45-inch Flouncing, we shall put on sale for this
Sale only our regular $1.00 value for, per yard ...72 1-2'
Every piece a handsome pattern and will move fast at this price. Look at our assortment at
Towel Sale
Handkerchiefs Special
1 lot of CottoiHuck Towels, regular 8c each, Sale,
each 6 l'2c
1 lot of Cotton Huck Towels, regular 10c each, Sale,
each 8c
1 lot of Cotton Thick Towels, red border, regular 10c
each, Sale, each 6c
1 lot of Linen Huck Towels, regular 12Uc each, Sale,
each 10c
1 lot of Linen Huck Towels, regular 15c each, Sale,
each 11!
1 lot of very handsome Handkerchiefs, assorted pat
terns, . . . . , 6 for 25c, or 45o per dozen
White Muslin and Batiste
LOT NO. 1 Verv handsome Dresses, $2.08 to $.".0S.
Sale $198
LOT NO. 2 Practically the same style and mate
rial as above, onlv in our better grades. Original
prices $5.00 to $10.00. Sale $3 98
1 lot of Ladies Linen Suits and Skirts left from Inst season's stock to close regardless of price.
Our torment Department will be a busy place this afternoon and evfning. There you will find lots of new and
up-to-date garments for ladies, miss-es and children.
Ladies' Suits, handsome models $12 50 to $40 OO
Ladies' Coats, very prettily trimmed $7.98 to $27 SO
Misses' and Children's stylish Coats , $225 to $7-98
The best line of Ladies' Waists wc have ever shown.
Look at our line of new models hi House Dresses, good quality material and stylish, from $1 OO to $S OO
Ladies' Rain Coats are going fast thestf days. Come in and see our values we're giving for, each. .$2 98 to $15 OO
The Homer Fitts Company
for Summer Wear
Made to fit, first, last and right along. One -of the features that
makes "Peck" garments fit perfectly over the chest curves is the Belt
retaining front. The front of the coat is quilted on the inside, stayed
with non-shrinkable tape and finely tailored with canvas and hair cloth,
insuring permanent shape.
Everything is done to make "Peck" clothes right, all of which means
that you can get Suit satisfaction here at any price from $10 00 to
$22 OO. Other Suits $7 50, $8.50 and $10 00.
Soft Negligee Shirts, 50c, $1.00 and $150.
' New Neckwear, new Hose, snappy Shoes and Oxfords, all prices, $2.25,
$2 50, $3 00, $3 50 and $4 00 in tan or black, lace or button.
Anything you need to complete your summer wardrobe, can be found
in our new and up-to-date stock. Give us a trial.
Telephone Call, 344-W
Corner Main and Pearl Stt. Next Door to Dreamland.
An Advertisement in the Times
TT7ff r. ' c ..... r .i
wm Bring jure Results.
It's the
man who
as well
like to
The man who wants cloth
ing; that will wear will find
full wear value in the
clothes we sell.
The man who wants cloth
ing that holds its shape un
til worn out, will be pleased
with the way our clothes
stand up and look good un
til worn out.
The value in wear and looks
combined with the un
usually low price at which
we sell our clothes gives
such complete satisfaction
that we are assured a per
manent customer.
Frank McWhorter
Read Fitts advertisement to-day.
Corset sale Saturday at Abbott's.
Lace curtain sale frr one week at
Auction to-night at City Auction
Vacation sale of Nemo corsets, $2.00,
at Abbott's.
Tenements to rent. W. F. Richardson,
Camp street.
Handsome underwear for commence
ment, at Fitts'.
Clearance prices on Buits Saturday.
Henry W. Knight.
A chamber woman is wanted at the
hotel Otis at once.
Fancy pineapples, 3 for 25c, large ones,
2 for 2ie. Diversi Fruit Co.
Baseball to-day. Barre A. C. vs. Han
over on Goddurd campus. ''Nuf ced."
Come in to the art square and rug
sale and see what we have for you. City
Auction Rooms.
Another good ball game on Goddard
campus this afternoon at 3 o'clock. B.
A. C. vs. Hanover.
Strawberries! Straweberries! We
have a large lot of tine, ripe Maryland
berries in large boxes, 2 for 2.3c. Diversi
Fruit Co. '
Specialty sales at City Auction Rooms
in house furnishing goods, all new. Call
and see, Money counts and you can save
it when you see.
Fifteen cents each, an all linenv towel,
large size, known as the Old Oatmeal
weave, made for service. At Terry's on
Saturday for 15c each.
The present season is a good time to
secure artistic photographs of your resi
dence and premises. Consult A. SI.
Troup at the Troup studios.
Krnest Fletcher returned home last
night from St. .Tohnsbury, where he has
been passing a few days. He made the
trip by automobile over roads that were
nearly impassable in places.
The Barre A. C. has given the fans
good baseball this season and will give
you another good game this afternoon.
Come out and show that you appreciate
it. Game called at 3 p. ni. on Goddard
campus. . .
Reliable Drugs, Medicines
go to a Drug Store.
Family Remedies or Patent
Medicines, go to a Drug
Toilet Articles, Toilet Soaps
Perfumes, Shaving mater
ials or anything in the Drug
-Store line at the Best Pos
sible Quality and Best Pos
sible Prices, go to DAVIS.
D.F.DAVIS, "The Druggist
t6t N.rth Maim Strt
Weather Forecast.
Fair to-night and probably Sunday;
warmer; moderate westerly winds.
See the B. A. C. ad., page 5.
Munsing underwear at Abbott's,
Muslin underwear sale at Fitts.
Black Cat seamless hose at Abbott's.
Smoke (Our Latest), 5c cigar, Landers..
Look at our $1.25 robes for "i)c each,
at Fitts': '
We are selling 18 sweet navels for 25::
at the Diversi Fruit Store.
Saturday sale of $1.50 Royal Worces
ter corsets, 98c, at Abbott's.
Members of the Citizens' band will
meet at their rooms to-night at 7 o'clock.
Charles A. Clark of Brandon was
among the business visitors in the city
Prof. Elmore's married -dancing class
will meet in Howland hall next Monday
evening, June 3.
Bakers, attention! A meeting will
be held at the painters' hall this evening
at 7 o'clock sharp.
C. K. Harden of Auburn, Me., waj
among the business visitors in the city
yesterday and to-day.
Do not fail to get a copy of music
for Sunday at 15; lev s Music Kooms, u
Elm street, Barre, Vt. '" '
Mrs. W. L. Field of Xorthflrld is vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
VVilley of Maple Grove street.
Come to the public dance at Howland
hall this (Saturday) evening, with
Riley's orchestra. Gents, 50e; ladies,
P. F. McLaughlin of Boston, a repre
sentative of Granite, Marble & Bronze,
is passing a few days in the city on bus
iness. All those having rebates on their even
ing drawing school tuition will receive
the same at the city treasurer's office
Frank Dragoon, who has been passing
a few days with friends in the city, re
turned this noon to his home in Platts
burg, X. V.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A, Eastman, who have
been passing the week in Boston, are ex
pected home this evening. The trip was
made by automobile.
Secretary Fred W. Suitor of the qiiiir
ryworkers' international association, re
turned home to-day. .fter passing a few
days in Burlington on business.
Don't forget to try our ice cream, real
cream and highly flavored. With us it
is quality and not price- that count,
lit member the place, Diversi Fruit Store.
Free ear fares to the Auto-Crest land
sale. Take the 1:15 or the 1:45 car
out of Barre this afternoon. The Wash
ington street car will go direct to the
Eoswell Miles of Graniteville was ft
visitor in this city yesterday on his
way from South Buriington, where he
has been visiting with friends for the
past few days.
College baseball of the snappiest kin.l
will be in order at the Berlin street
grounds this afternoon when St. An
selm's of Manchester, N. H., line up
against the Italian Athletic club.
Mrs. S. F. Barnes of Highland avenue
loft yesterday afternoon for Chelsea,
v here she will spend a few days as
the guest of her daughter. Miss Edith
Barnes, a teacher in the schools at Chel
sea. J. S. M. Wharton, who is superintend
ing the installing of the new generator
at the gas plant, returned to this city
last night from New Haven, Conn., where
he has been spending a few days at
his home.
All Democrats interested in promot
ing the candidacy of Hon. James E.
Burke of West Rutland for national
committeeman are invited to attend a
meeting in the interests of his candi
dacy which will be held in the city court
room on Tuesday evening, June 4, at
7:00 o'clock.
Miss Marguerite Stoughton, a student
at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts,
Boston, has arrived in the city to pass
tin: summer with her mother, Mrs. F.l
len Stoughton, of French street. She
was accompanied by her friend, Miss
Hazel Foster, of Amsterdam, X. V., who
will remain in Barre for two- weeks.
Mrs. Walter Scott en tertaintd a party
of young people at her home on Avers
street last evening, in the form of a
linen shower, in honor of her sister, Miss
Mabel Gladding. A most enjoyable time
was spent in music, and cards, after
which a dainty collation was served.
Miss Gladding received many beautiful
pieces of linen.
One of the fastest games of baseball
of the season is expected thisafter
noon at 3 o'clock, when the strong St.
Anselm's team of Manchester, X. H.,
lines up against the Italian Athletics
at the I. A. C. field off Berlin street.
Hie field has been put in excellent con
dition, so fans, if you are out to see a
fast game, don't fail to witness this
one. Weaferi and Coin oil i will be in the
points for the locals.
At the closing meeting of the Altru
rians for the season, which was held
at the home of Mrs. E. C. Glysson, the
following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. Hoytj vice-president. Mrs.
May Philbrick; treasurer, Mrs. Mathie
sxnjsecretary, Mrs. Fred Grearson; pro
gram committee, Mrs. Frank Craig, Mrs.
Parks and Mrs. McMinn; social com
mittee, Mrs. C. Dodge and Mrs. Shores;
courtesy Committee, Miss Sherburne and
Mrs. Jiishop. After the business of the
meeting a social hour was enjoyed and
refreshments were served.
June 11, 1912.
The legal voters of the city of Barre
are hereby notified and warned to meet
in the city hall in the city of Barre,
Vermont, on Tuesday, June 11, 1912,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m., to transact the
following business:-
First lo elect a moderator to preside
at said meeting.
Second To see n the city will vote
to direct the school commissioners to
maintain an evening drawing school in
the city during the ensuing school year.
Third If the city votes to instruct
the school commissioners to maintain
an evening drawing school, how much
money will it vote Jor the support oi
the same, and from what source shall
the funds be raised T
Fourth To do any other proper busi
ness. Dated at the city of Barre, Vermont,
May 31, 11)12.
,.. . Mayor.
See Abbott's 19c ribbon.
See Abbott's Saturday sale. K
Come and get 17 fancy yellow bananas
for 25 at the Diversi Fruit Store.
There will be a concert by the Barre
Citizens' band at the city park stand
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
A meeting of the Barre Rangers foot
ball club will be held in the Pavilion
Saturday at 7 o'clock. Per order presi
dent. ,
Tli- inaurnncff ftffil'PB of J. W. Dillon
and Xelson B. Ballard will dose at
noon Saturdays during June, July and
Special Saturday sale on strawberries,
large baskets, 2 for 25c. Fresh every
morning at the Vermont rruii more.
Ice cream four flavors, and ice cream
sodas for 5c.
TO BENT Small tenement, with a large
garden and hen'run. Also for at : Kicbtnond
rang, almost nw, aid a V. P. Stewart kaater.
Will aall cheap. Appl to Mrs. J. F. Mac
Iionald, at the end o Fairriew Btre.t, Yi idnr
LOST A folio nf muiic. Will finder preata
leave at this offloe?
TO KENT A tsnr merit of four room: hot
aod cold water; la good shape; (rround floor;
at 2 Merrbant Htreet. Apply to eorg W.
Mann, M Wellington BIree!. Telephone tall.
FOR SALE - Derrick; Oregon ptne stick,
SO feet; boom TO leet; equipped with winging
gnr attachment; IJW foot eteel (toy lope,
lilock hoi.tine rope, climpt. etc. Suitable for
tripplns on a quarry or rani derrick for .tone
Hied. Inquire of E. . Nonaandiau, 21 Maple
ATtnue. Telephone 168-2. &ttj
TO RENT Iown-lilri tenement of five
rooms, inquire ot Mre. Stella lay, Mo. 10
i'roepeot Avenue.
WANTKD-One carver, one inter cutter and
four granite cutters, ritady job on monu
mental work. Worke near Chicago. CJ. O'neil,
Hltliulo, Cook County, Illinois. ftit6
WANTED Distributor, men or women, to
Ire away free peck4(Ce of Morax-ee rioap
t'owder. No money or experience needed,
tiood pay. J'. H. Ward 4 Co., 177U Bertean
Aveaue. Chicago. '1'
AGENTS S'JO.OOO.eu worth of mm'e and
women's negligee ilrts. neckties boeiery,
under irear and sweaters eoattantly ready in
our ehlppinr department. Become local rep
reaentatit and eell direct t the homes frf.m
this stock. You can build hp a permanent
busineis without capital. Better than o
doetlac a store. Others have done It. Stead
fast MiH. Department 3, Cohoea, N. V. 6tl
STATE or VERMONT, 1 The Honorable
District of Washington, ss. f Probate Court for
the District aforesaid: To all persons inter
ested la the estate of Elt.D. BUbards of the
Citrof Harre In said District, Greeting:
Whereas, aiipl ottion in writing hath been
made to this Court lv the guardian of Eli D.
hichards for license to mortgage certain real
etat owned liv said ward, situated in the City
of Barre. County of Washington and Stflte of
Vermont, it being all and the ame land and
premises that Andrew Johnson and Augusta
Johnson conveyed to said til D. Klcharils bv
deed of warranty dated October , A. D. 1910.
and recorded in book 19. page 47 of the land
records of the City of Barre. Also the right of
wav to lie used in common, beginning on the
Westerly side of 1'roepect treei in the City of
Barre, thence slong and over Esse Htreet. as
shown bv t)lan of Ward Douglass lots on file
in Vol. IV. page 41 of the records of the old
town of H.irre. as far as Cleveland street;
thence over Cleveland Street its ntire length;
thence Northwesterly over a proposed street to
frofpict fctreet; and further representing that
it is necessary to mortgage said real estate to
raise the sum of two hundred dollars for the
purpnue of preventing a cacritlce of said estate,
to rn:ike repairs upon said estate, and to pay
debts for the support of said ward, and to pay
charges of administering the eetate of said
ward; that said mortgage shall l given t
secure the said sum of two hundred dollars and
shall lie pavable on demand with interest semi
annually at six per cent.
Whereupon, the said Conrt appointed and
assigned the 18th dav of June, 1912, at the
J'robata Oftiee in Montpeller, in said District,
to bear and decide upon said application,
and ordered that public notice thereof to b
given to all persons Interested therein, by pub
lish ing this order three weeks successively In
the Barre Dslly Times, a newspaper published
at the City of Barre in said District, which
circulates In the neighborhood of those persons
i.umtnl therein: all of which publications
shall be previous w the time appointed for the
Therefore, you ara hereby notified to appear
hfr. stiri Court, at the time and place afore
said, then and there In said Court to object to
the granting orsuon license, ii job ru..
i;iven under mr hand at Montpeller, in said
District, this 31st day of May. 191i.
UAttY J. CUTLEK, Register.
jan 1-1-15
The Ones
ho Suffer
An exceptionally appealing and grip
ping story of a man's battle to live
down his past life. A truly ef
fective picture.
Also Other Big Features.
dune Clearance Sale of Suits
Sale fl
All this season's models at big reductions to close.
commences Saturday morning. !
1 Tan French Serge Suit, braid trimmed, newest side ef- h
fects, size 16, was $25.00, now $15.00 1
1 Tan Fine Serge Suit, satin-faced collar button and braid U
trimmed, size 14, was $20.00. now . . .12.00 z
1 Tan Serge Suit, plain, size 16; was $15.00, now 10.00 i
1 White Serge Suit, blue collar, size 14, was $20, now 12.00
4 Navy, fine Serge' Suits, black braid trimmed with satin-
faced collar, sizes 14, 16 and 33, was $15.00, now. 10.00 g
3 Naw Blue Fine Serge Suits, sizes 16, 36 and 37, was p
$20.00, now 12.00
2 Black Fine Serge Suits, sizes 16 and 34, were $15.00.
now : 10 00
1 Blue iAIixed, Double-faced Cloth Suit, size $14, was $20.00,
now - $12.00 8
2 Tan Mixed, Double-faced Cloth Suits, size 16, were $20.00. H
now . $1200 I
Coats and Skirts at similar reductions. ' , ' j
Successor to Ve.le & Knight t
MM. HmHMIIIIIIIIIlMtM .........t.'V'M.'.iT
....... iiM.i.iiin,M...m .
Our line of Suits and be as enthusias
tic over them as we are. They were
selected with care; shown to you with
pleasure and all the little details in fit
ting: arc given our closest attention.
SUITS from $10.00 to $22.00.
Shoes and Oxfords
Shoes and Oxfords
Phone 123-W
...0 : :
Irish singprs of Irish song" in one of
the most pleasing singing acts ever heard
in the citv for solo and harmony num
bers. They will please you. Don't fail
to hear them.
A dandy comedy art. Lots of laugh,
good singing and banjo playing. One of
those bright anappy acta tnat always
MISS I0NE GHI0, Pianist.
Life, and existence of the mountain
eers, who live in defiance of the law. A
thrilling instance of a mountain mothers
love and pride in family honor. Power
ful in theme and thrilling in action, set
in beautiful scenic backgrounds.
A fine Biograph comedy. Gladys could
not make her eyes behave; whenever she
flushed them on a member of the strong
er sex he was hervadjeet slave. With the
aid of a live bear, papa tries to cure her.
You will have to see this picture to
see how he came out. .
is usually attracted to a. beauti
ful shoe you don't know just why.
There is something clear-cut and
fascinnting in its lines.
be attracted to our whole stock of
beautiful shoes? One pair may be
yours for a moderate price. Qual
ity is in every stitch and line of
them all. . '
People's Shoe Store
C. S. Andrews, Proj'r : Barre, Vermont
Flower Bed Guard
Dogs and
This fence is made especially for this purpose and
will also help to beautify your lawn; made in two
weights, 16 and 22 inches. We also carry Ribbon
Fence 2 inches fode for putting around lawns. Come'
in and let us show it to you.
Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont.
T rQrp A Great Opportunity if
JLVvCj X you do not visit the SPE
M. Cora Holbrookes store, 74 North Main
street. Sale begins, Saturday, June 1st,
continuing throughout the following week.
Lawn Mowers
'We have sold the Townsend "Victory" and
"Spider" Iiall-Bearing Mowers for twelve years
and have never had a dissatisfied customer.
You can take one ,and try it, and if it is not
nrfintl But iaf an tnrv rptnrn it. tfi IIS.
We also carry the "Philadelphia" and the
"Money Hack" Mowers."
80-81 North Main St
Barre, Vermont

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