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Before buying your hose ask to sec the Tuff Hose. They
ire the most comfortable, durable and best fitting hose you
ever bought at 15c, 25c and 50c pair for ladies.
Ask to see No. 600 Ladies' Gauze Lisle in black and tan.
They have a high spliced heel and toe which gives the wear
where the wear comes but docs away with the patch effect
, on the side. A garter splicing connects below the knee,
giving extra strength where the strain comes. ,
No. 241, a Mercerized Hose for misses, fineribb, a splen
did wearing hose, 25c pair.
Tuff Hose for boys and girls, the best wearing hose you
can buy, 15c pair.
Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street, Barra, Vermont.
Use Cool Rugs for i
l A lot of people are beginning to realize that you can j
have a better vacation at home than away. j
1$ Instead of moving out of town and putting up with a
lot of discomforts at a summer resort in order to get a
change they are simply altering the complexion of their $
homes and spending part ot the money they usually put
on a trip in making their homes delightfully attractive
for summer use.
J You will find rugs a surprisingly important factor in
making this change in your home. In winter your
rugs are dark and warm looking. They are just as dark
and warm-looking in the summer. Take up your win
ter rugs and put down rugs in cool blues, tans and
greens of summer fabric.
5j You will be delighted with the change. You wont
want to go awav for that vacation this year.
CI See the splendid line of "Crex," Fibre, Melrose and iff
it Burma Rugs than we are showing in all sizes.
Sleep Out Doors
CJ You who do not know the joys of out-door sleep
in e have never really slept.
CJ Buoyant, irresistible good health is in the soft ozone 4
of the summer night air.
CJ Live out doors as much as you can in summer.
J A cot with comfortable springs one that is easy to
move about one that folds up out of the way in the
daytime a cot that is "weather-proof" is all that you
need. Such a great summer comfort costs little.
CJ Try it. You will find a new happiness in summer
living. An all steel collapsible cot for $2.50.
B. W. Hooker & Co.
Vermont's Largest House Furnishers
Black Cat Comfit hose at Alibott's.
Ask for No. 500 uniou suits at Fitts'.
Children's couts, all reduced at The
Vaughan Store.
. Summer wash good special at Tho
Vauglian btore.
Watch for our third anniversary sale.
Paris Shirtwaist House.
New neckwear, dress sets and para
sols. Henry' W. Knight,
Kemember the lteinocratic caucus,
Miles' hall, 7:30, Tuesday evening.
Blue Label catsup at Joseph Shad
rovvi'r store at the south end, 18c a
hot tie.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert M. Gordon of 09 South Main street
on June 0.
A son was born this morning to Su
perintendent and Mrs. 0. D. Mathewson
of French street.
Mrs. Maud Bohonon left to-day for
Newport, X. II., where she will make an
extended visit with relatives.
La Sola Farmaeia Italiana Nello Stato
del Vermont? Zanleoni block. O. Ber
ardinelli. Farmacista Italiano.
Arthur Bcattie of James street, who
has been visiting friends at Northficld,
returned to this city last niffht.
A joint meeting of the A. O. IT. and
Ladies' Auxiliary will be held Wednes
day evening at 7 o'chx'k. Degree work,
social and entertainment.
Mrs. Nat Page, who has been visiting
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slay
ton of South Main street, returned to
her home at Phiinfield yesterday.
The ladies' aid society of the First
Baptist church will serve strawberries
and cream, assorted cake, hot rolls and
coffee Tuesday evening, June 11, from
fl to 7:30 o'clock. Price, 20c.
Miss Mary Drumgould, who has been
engaged as stenographer at the R. A.
Hoar law offices for the past few years,
lias resigned her position, completing her
duties there last Saturday night.
Mrs. C. 11. Kendrick and son, Ralph,
of Wellington street, returned to this
In a few days you will get warmer weather so that you can wear your thin
X dresses, gauze hosiery, summer hats and parasols. If you have not got ready
for this warm weather the following kinds will appeal to you as all right.
ave been spending a lew
days at Mrs. Kendrick's former home.
IJune the Month!
for Weddings
We are showing the largest va
riety of silverware we have ever
shown. See the variety in Rose and
Holly patterns. Popular priced pure
silver wares. The Mount Vernon
and LaFayette are leaders. Wed
ding Rings. Engagement Rings.
Graduation Presents, Watches,
Pendants, Lockets and Bracelets.
Fine Watch Repairing.
114 North Main Street
Let us help you select the many wedding gifts that
you are called upon to purchase this month. We
have many new suggestions to offer, as we have re
ceived numerous articles of exclusive designs.
It is always worth mre to be able to obtain some
thing different-something that is useful and that is
Wouldn't a piece of fine Cut Glass, in brilliant,
deep cutting be acceptable; or posssibly a piece of
fine China. Something in Nickel Ware for the ta
ble, a Chafing Dish, Cassaroles in nice nickel frame?
Thermos Bottles, or, if you wish, a Set of Dishes
from one of our stock patterns. In all of these lines
and many more suitable for wedding gifts we can
give you prices that can not be duplicated.
53 We take special pains in wrapping wedding gifts
fjin neat, attractive packages and include a dainty
"Congratulation" card for enclosure. Come in.
;i I Our aim is to satisfy our customers.
city last night from East Montpelier,
where they hi
Workmen -were engaged this forenoon
in washing and rubbing the Burn monu
ment in, front of the fcpaulding school.
l'rovUion for earing for the monument
was made in the will of the late Mayor
William Barclay.
Dr. Joseph W. Jackson of South Main
street left yesterday afternoon for Bur
liniton, where ho will attend the meet
ing of the consistory of the grand lodge
of Vermont Masons, which is being held
there this week.
Kobert , Johnston, who has been con
fined to his home on Blackwell street
by illness for the past ten days, is able
to lie, out of doors. During Ins an
sence at Stephen & Oerrard'a frranite
plant liia place is being filled by James
JJevprs of tMimmpr street,
J. K. McDonald of 28 Bassett street
i one of the first to report weetpea
blossoms this year, and he produced the
proof yesterday in the shape of a hand
some bouquet. Jesse Caybue, also
among the garden pioneers, was show
ing some dwarf pea blossoms to-day.
Capt. John H. Miles of Norwich uni
versify, who lias been visiting at his
home in (Jraniteville for the past few
days-, was a visitor in this city yester
day, returning to Korthfield last night
t'Hi't. Miles was accompanied bv his
brother, Arthur, of tiraniteville, who will
visit at the military school for a few
Angelo Diversi, who has been visit
ing in this city for the past few weeks,
left this morning for Kutland, where
he will remain for a few days on bus
iness before leaving for his home at
New York. hue in this city he closed
his pool and billiard parlors on North
Main street and has the tables await
ing shipment to New York.
This afternoon at the Rangers grounds
the Italian Athletic club will have for
its opjwments the Norwich university
baseball team. The Northfield team
has made one of the bost records ft Nor
wich team was ever known to have made
Since the quarantine was taken off they
defeated the St. Michael's team from
Winooski, with the great Tarbell in
the box. This afternoon Manager Oscar
Kay will send Keagan in to twirl.
During the heavy windstorm of yes
terday afternoon and early evening, a
large maple tree in Dr. O. O, Stickney'a
yard on Washington street waa shat
tered by the velocity of the wind. It
was a large shade tree and the wind split
the tmnk in twain. Laborers from the
street department were at work this
forenoon removing the broken portion
of the trunk and it is believed that the
body of the tree may be saved for a
time. According to reports this morn
ing, the wind did considerable damage
in other parts of the city.
Marry Jrialier, who lias completed his
sophomore year at Norwich university,
arrived in this city Saturday and will
spend the summer vacation at his home
in this citv. ilr. fisher is troubled with
an injured ankle. During the quaran
tine at the college, Fisher had just re
turned from a trip with a double hitch
wagon. As he was about to alight from
the wagon, the horses started and Fish
er was thrown heavily to the ground.
He was carried to hia quarters and re
mained for ten days before he was able
to walk with the aid of crutches.
Thin Wash Coods
Nice lot of Sideband Muslin In
assorted colors, also aSme grades in
small patterns. These at 12 1-So
X per yard.
Nice lot of Cotton Foulards. These
X in same patterns as Silk Foulards,
some with sidebands. They look like
J silk. The price is 15c
T One lot of Colored Figured Flaxons.
X These for thin cool dresses are very
pretty and desirable, i'nee 18c and
Lorraine Kgiptissu in three differ
ent patterns. This is a thin, mercer
ized finished cloth that has taken
with the best class of trade those
that buy expensive goods. This tis
sue is 25o per yard.
New lot of thin, soft-finished Im
ported Scotch Ginghams. These com
double fold and sell for 25c per
yard. These are much better than
domestic Gingham at same price.
Flaxons in thin, light weights with
small patterns, for waists and dresses.
Thin Silki
This has bepn a Silk season. Fash
ion has ordered these thin Silks. Kaw
Silk has been low, so that good
grades of Silks have sold very cheap
ly. Here are some of our best values:
On one of our tables are several
18 and 10-inch Silks in all the lead
ing colors. These come In navies
and small checks, also in plains, and
the sale price is but 40c per yard.
We are still selling Warranted
Yard-Wide Lining Silks, all colors
at 8Tc per yard. We have already
paid an advance on these and will '
soon have to mark them back to
UM), their value.
All of this season we have sold
our TOW yard-wide Messaline in all
colors at $100 per yard, a sav
ing here for you. These we cut as
wanted in very small piecs if want
ed, at same price.
We have on sale a 40-inch Black
Silk for dresses, coats and waists.
This Is a $1.75 value special at
91-25 per yard.
Ladies' Waists
We have just received another lot
of the popular Waist of the seasort.
The Middie Blouse, that had so large
a run last season, will be just as
good this season and ill fact the
Waist people predict a greater de
mand. We received by express Monday
morning a line of Waists that are
made on the lines of the Middie Waist
but of a different material and in
a style that will appeal to you aB
so much ahead of the Middle that
you will wonder why someone did
not bring it out before.
They are made loose, straight ef
fect, with a neat, wide collar of plain
white and colors. This is a Waist
that sell at $100 and $1.50. We
also have a good line of the regula
tion Army Middie.
Ladies' Rain Coats
We have just received another lot
of those double texture Rain Coats.
These are the Coats that for semes
and comfort are the best we ever have
These Coats are the Coats that are
made of a material that will not
wtt through, neither will they rub
off in the inside by wear as the
Coats do that have rubber backs.
They are a Coat that looks well,
wears well and has got the style
the public demands.
At $650 we will give you the
best Raincoat value we ever offered.
We have the other, Rubber-Lined
Coats at $5-00, but this is the Coat
we are advising you to buy.
At $8.50 is a Coat that is sim
ilar in style to the above, only ia
a better material and is made up
a little differently. See this line of
We are speaking to you pretty freely about our kinds of Corsets. It's a line that we think docs us good to speak
about. This week we ask you to please notice in our south window a factory display of Nemo Corsets. They are
certainly about right.
The Baylig'tit iStore
Richelieu week at Fitts'.
Ladies' long coats at closing out prices
at Vauifhan's.
Come in to the art square and rug
sale and see what we have for you. City
Auction Rooms. .
Ralph Tnrner, who has been employed
by L. B. Dodge for the last ten days,
finished work there Saturday night.
Clark O. Tayntor, a student at Yale
university, New Haven, Conn., is spend
ing the summer vacation at his home in
this city.
At City Auction Rooms for the next
ten days we are closing out a large con
signment of art squares and rugs. See
ad. elsewhere.
The present season is a good time to
secure artistic photographs of your resi
dence and premises. Consult A. M.
Troup at the Troup studios.
William Rock of Granite street has
returned home from a bulne trip to
West Lebanon, X. H., -where he pur
chased a consignment of horses.
Automobile for hire, by the day or
hour; fine, new Buick car, can carry
five passengers; will go anywhere. Jones
& Nye's livery stable. Depot square.
11. If. Putnam, one of the directors
of the People's Lighting, Heating & Pow
er company, returned to Springfield yes
terday morning, after sending several j
days in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Corey, who bave
been stopping in this city for the past
few days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Amos John of Prospeft street, returned
to-day to Whitefleld, N. H.
The scholars of the Preabvterian Sun
day school will meet for rehearsal to
morrow in tho church at 3 p. m. Par
ents please take notice. It is requested
that the graduating class be present.
Mr. and -Mrs. Matthew a. ftoben ol
Kirkaville, Mo., are spending their sum
mer vacation in Vermont. Mr. Roben
has iiiKt. cotnnletetl his m-tiinil vear's
course at the college of osteopathy in
Kirksville and during his vacation is
to act as manager for a vacuum sweep
er company of Chicago, with Vermont
as his territory. He will make bis home
for the time being in Montpelier and
See Abbott's 40c silks.
June sale waists and dresses at The
Vaughan Store.
Remember the Democratic caucue,
Miles' hall, 7 : :0, Tuesday evening.
M. H. Scholl of Brooklyn, N. Y., was
among the bullies visitors in tho city
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schriver of Cam
bridge, Mass., are spending several days
in the city.
Frank K. Cave returned home this
morning from a few days' business trip
to Boston.
William Christenson left last night
for Boston, wliere he will visit friends
for a few days.
The junior clirvs at Goddard seminary
will tender the annual supper to the
member of the graduating class this
Dr. E. B. Whitaker of Merchant street
went to Burlington yesterday to at
tend a consistory of the grand lodge of
Vermont Masons.
The ladies' aid society of the Congre
gational church will meet in the vestry
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for
the monthly business meeting.
K. L. DenVmore accompanied a gang of
painters to Waterbury this morning and
will complete a large painting contract
in that village before returning home.
Anmi H. L. Smith, an alumna of1
Spaiilding high school, has returned to
bis home in South nyegatc, alter spend
ing several days with friends in the
Mrs. W. C. Jones and daughter of
Washington street left this morning for
Hyde Park, where they will make a
short visit with relatives, returning home
Miss Laura M. Sweet and Miss Eleanor
E. Sweet of Tark street, teachers in
the city schools, went this morning to
their home in Richmond, where they will
remain during the summer.
Mrs. (ieorge D. Jarvi. who has been
passing a few days at the home of her
son, Dr. D. C. Jarvis, of Franklin street,
returned to her home in Burlington this
morning. She was accompanied by Mrs.
D. C. Jarvis, who will remain ill Bur
lington until Saturday.
01 Crt Something new in CA
.DU Golf Shoes for Men P.DU
Do not fail to see them.
Also men's rubber-soled Oxfords at $3.50
and 84 00.
We have a large line of White and Brown
Tennis Shoes in both high and low cuts.
Let Us Show You
Barre Shoe Co.
Have You Got Your j
! Garden Planted?!
We have just received a
! new supply of Geeds some I
fthat we had run out of. I
Telephone Peas in bulk
Crosby's Sweet Corn in bulk
Cranberry Beans in bulk
Sweet Peas in bulk
Nasturtium Seeds in bulk
Swiss Chard, Carrots, Parsley, ;
Radishes, Cucumbers, etc. J
Tamato Plants, per dozen, 05c J
Celery Plants, each, lc. J
Cabbage Plants will be ready J
I next week. I
2 next week.
Another five-year-old j
Cheese, chock full of cream. I
We also have some that is I
not S3 old.
S Telephone 400; and If that Una la
busy, telephone 401.
L ; I
Summer Time is Oil Stove Time
1 1 3 7
Make yeur cooking these
hot days a pleasure by using
New Perfection Blue
Flame Oil Stove
A child can run one.
Works like a lamp. No
danger of explosion. Come
in and let us tell you more
about them.
Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont.
Fine Deal on Crystal Geletine
Crystal Geletine, put up in moisture proof packages,
two bags of Geletine, making one quart each, in each
package. Two packages Crystal Geletine, and a half.
pint of CREAM FREE, this week for - 25c
Granulated Geletine, in bulk, per lb. - - 40c
18 lbs. fine Granulated Sugar for - - $1.00
Native Potatoes, per peck . - - 35c
16 Good juicy Oranges for - - - - 25c
Fancy Lemons, per doz. - - - - 25c
Pineapples, some good ones, each - - - 10c
Third Scmi-Annual
lock Reduction Sale!
Entire Week, June 3-8
Continued Until June 29th
200 North Main Street (One flight Up) Barre, Vermont
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The above 24-picce Colonial Tea Set we give you
with $25 in rebate checks for $2.50.
We also have 42-piece Dinner Sets at $2.95.
Also a very handsome blue trimmed 42-piece set at
Remember here is where you get your discounts.
Everybody pays for what they get and get what they pay
for. If you don't trade here we both lose money.

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