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THE E'RRE DAILY TIMES
Saborlpt'ons: One year, f3; one month, 5 cts; single xpy, 1 cent. Member of the Publishers' Pre . The tt tel-j(r&ititc newt from ;1 puni of tb world re tn'.elved by the ltiy Tiuieg up to ICS Pour of goii'K to lres. Frituk K. I.nKltT, FablUher. Published T.rmrr WeokdHT Afternoon. Entered t tbc piwtoflta t Harre second clft matter. rUIOAT. MAY J, 1SK3. M t1 The average daily circulation of the Barre Daily Times for the week ending Saturday waa 2,624 copies, the largest paid circulation of any daily paper in this section. The governorship talk is mostly talk. Randolph Herald and Xewu. " And talk comes mighty cheap generally. It has been three months since the law against spitting in street cars went into effect, but tip to this time the Times haa not discerned any effort on the part of the local street railway to see that It is observ ed on its lines. The least it could do would be to post a notice in each car. - Aa one after another of the impossibles are "mentioned" for governor notice the expansion of the chest, particularly note the cherubic smile that plays a'uout the mouth of the mentionee and finally feel the hearty grip of the hand that previous ly had been so 'wispy." What a world of change it makes in a man to be "men tlonedl'' I'lainly the authorities of Ilardwiek-on the-map have a contract on hand to make good their no-license vote. Hardwick realizes the truth of the repeated warning that because a town votes "no" that ac tion does not finish its responsibility. There appears to be as much need for watchfulness there as there Is in the li cense cities of Dane, Burlington, Rutland or Montpelier. The" Hardwick Gazette tells unequivocally what the conditions are when it says: "Hardwick voted no license. Very well. Hardwick was prom ised enforcement of the li'pior law pro vided a majority voted "no'' at the March meeting. What has been done? Plainly not a coruouwleu tiling. Drunken men staler around the streets untouched and rum is sold to those who have the price .Still Hardwick is a no license town!" M ) A - -.. y f J M 0m ) ilk m I ( i 1 ' n ri B "Ml Hands Round Here are good things for your feet. We intend to treat your feet so well that they will always bring you in here when you want any thing to wear. Hats, Furnishings, Shirts, Un derwear, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Fancy Vests everything and Suits Ready-to-Wear that will " wear" and Suits Made-to-Order to fit your individual ideas as well as your figure. L P. & H. C. Gleason s Busy Store ! NEW WHITE GOODS for Waists and Entire Dresses, very handsome effects, of which we will be pleased to submit samples upon application. WASH CHIFFON is one of the most satisfactory goods for Graduating Dresses, as it looks as well after repeated washings. We are headquarters for Laces, Trimmings, Ribbons and Embroideries.- L. P. (& H. C. GLEASON, Montpelier, Vt. 1 71 0 1S& i I i X 1 i M GRANITE SAVINGS. BANK ANU TRUST COMPANY, - - - - VERMONT. BARRE, Rogers & Grady Co., Quinlen Building. Top to Toe Outfitters. The attention nf PKVOKlTOltS is called to the following neition of Vermont Statutes : EXAMINATION OF HF.l'OslT HOOKS. ' Sec. HOT. In the vt.ir lS'.'S, and every fifth vcar thereafter, at such time in the year an the Inspector of Finance shall desienatu, the Trus tcci of Having Hunks. Savings Itistitutiono and Trust Coiiivaiiies shall call in ttie deposit books for examination and verification." tn accordance with the requirements of this I u... ri,n the liiMiec.tor of Finance had dvsiiruated MAY an the mimtli (hiring which rtcjwwit books shall be examined ami vctilied anil the. HfTOMTOItS in the rasitk Savings Bank asp Tiust CojirASV arc rcqui'Stcil to hriiitf or send t heir books to the liank, as soon as convenient after the first dav of May, that they may be examined and verified as required by law. Hooks sent by mail will be promptly returned. .TOITXTROtV, rresiilent. " II. ). WOliTKEN. Mce-I'res. II. G. WOOIHU FF, Treasurer. The talk of the selection of an executive head of a state or the nation to the presi dency of a college has taken a hoom re cently. It was not long , since that Presi dent Roosevelt was nominated by some enthusiast as president of Harvard uni versity. The nominator, however, had the decency to say that he wouldn't give the cilice to Koosevelt until after he had finished his term in the president's chair. Xot so in New Hampshire. Some people have named Gov. Baehelder as president of the state college at Durham, which all goes to show that the "glitter of olliee" is in Bachelder's eye. Not so much would be thought of the suggestion that h be made president of the college had he not already failed to abdicate several state of fices, au action which his election as gov ernor would seem to demand. Now the proposal is to make him president of the state college at once. Groat Is the crown of Gov. liachelder. The turlington News, is disposed to criticise tLe Times for defending the "country lawyer from Vermont" and de clares that such action is provincial. So far as we are able to discover the provinc ialism lies in the tame submission, to which some people and gome newspaper are prone, there is nothing narrow, nor is there anything illiberal lu speaking in defence of a person, or class, thtt is mis represented and then made the butt of sar castic refeiencea. There is not much doubt that the allusion to Assistant Secre tary Bailing as the "country lawyer from Vermont," was not merely a sarcastic fling at him, but it represented the writ er's firm conviction of what the lawyer from the country district amounted to any way. There was a general reference.. In the light of that interpretation, we shall, with tiie permission of the News, take a bit of pardonable pride hi the success of the Vermont lawyer in national affairs. But as for defending that personage, the Times admits that he needs no defence. Ills recent actions iu natioual affairs are his own defence and a pretty powerful re minder of his ability they make, too. And due credit should be forthcoming for a man who shows his worth whether he be a Vermont resident or not. JINGLES AND JESTS. The Insecure Season. The time draws near when no one knowi Just when to Bhaka his winter clothes, For if you wear 'em you feel bad. And II you don't you wasn you had. Washington Star. FOR SALE! ONE PAIR BLACK MARES, Six and seven years old, sound and kind, weight about 2400 pounds. ONE PAIR BLACK HORSES, sound and kind, weight about 2100 pounds. Nine years old. ONE GREY HORSE, sound and kind, nine years old, weight about 1100 pounds. ALSO TWO HACKS, two lots of double Har ness and one Lumber Wagon, with shafts and pole. The Vaughan Store! Saturday Special, May 2d. Twenty pieces Irish Dimities, value 15c; ten pieces Can- nele Novelties, value 1 5c; ten pieces Fancy Striped Batiste, value 15c all new and fresh for this sale. These goods make dainty Wash Dresses for Ladies, Misses and Children. STYLES THAT SELL. PRICES THAT SAVE. The best values offered this season. Saturday's special price iCf per yard, only - - - - - - - Two dozen HARVARD JACKETS for Ladies, for Spring wear, sold exclusively by us. Real value, $4.50. (f CQ Saturday's special price, only - - - - For Saturday Special See Window. Their Frlvllege. "There's Mrs. Brown wearing the same gown she wore last year." "Yes, but the Browns are so rich that they can n fiord to be eccentric." San Francisco Examiner. ABOUT THE STATE. XerTjr Indeed. "The folks who tantalize me most," e claimed the charming miss, "Ars men who call and have the nerve ta ask me for a kiss." ' Cincinnati Post C. G. CARR, Commercial House Stables, - North Main Street. New Dress Hats I New Trimmings! J.p7. VAUGHAN, H. Z. Mills' Old Stand, 44 North Main St., - - - - Barre, Vermont. I have just returned from New York with a large assortment of Ladies' and Children Dress Hats and the latest novelties in Trimmings Also new Sailors. Another Carload ' ft Of brand 14. new Bop- t beauties - absolutely the finest lot for the money you ever saw. We have by far the largest show room and largest stock in central Vermont, and we are making prices . low' very low. We Sell Harness, Too, and Sell Them Right. )ust step in and look them over. - If you can't come in, send for Cata logue. It's free. COLLINS & C0LT0N, Vehicles, Harness, Blankets. Wholesale and Retail. 81 Slate Street,' - Montpelier, Vt, 0. R. COLLINS. W. C. C0LT0N. Itm of Interest Glcmied From Our Exchange. Mrs. X. M. Nay -of Jericho, wh is 77 years oltj, has just completed a iuilt of 4,20 pieces, which she began in the win ter. A report of the examination of six sam ples o the Kutland city water shows that I biologically and chemically the water is of ! good quality. Dr. If. J. Helton of Urattleboro, has gone to New Orleans, where lie will at tend the annual meeting of the American Medical Association. He will be absent about two weeks. Forest fires are raping an Mount Hun ger In the town of Worcester. They have already doue considerable damage in the destruction of lumber and standing tim ber and the Inhabitants of that locality are in a state of great apprehension. W. "V. Brnnk of Los Angeles, Cal.. Is to fill the place of pastor of the Methodist church at l'awlet. The former pastor, the Kev. Gilbert K. Cady, will go to Bris tol. Mr. Hrunk is a graduate of Drew Seminary and has made a tour around the world, visiting 1'alestine and Egypt. During the lirst 13 days of April 270 specimens were analyzed at the state lab oratory of hygiene, Burlington. This is a greater number than at any period of the same length lu the history of the institu tion, and shows a notable increase lu this line of laboratory work during the past few years. Fletcher D. Prootor of Kutland, for the Barney Marble Co., and N. W. risk of Isle La Motte, have sold all the quarry rights of the 1'isk & Bradley on the C. K. M. Bullard farm at Swanton Junction to the Barney Marble Co. This gives the Barney Marble Co. the sole control of all tbe variegated marble ledges iu that vic inity. ' In May, When grosbeaks show a dam.isk rose Amid the e'm-rry blossoms white AtUl early robins' n"sls disclose To loving eyes a joyous Bight, When columbines like llviw; eonis Are gleaming 'gainst the llc.hened rocks And at the foot of mossy poles Are young anemones in flocks, When grlngrr root beneath twin leaves Conceals its dusky floral bell And showy orchid shyly weaves In humid nook Its fragrant spell. When dandelion's coin of gold Anew is minted on the lawn And maple trees their frlnpe unfold Whils warblers storm the groves at dawn, Whan these and more greet eye and ear. Then striae thy taalts and come away; 3t la the Joy month of the year, And onward sweeps the tide of May. John Burroughs in Century Magazine I'nsslntC It Along. MRS. W. F. SHEPARD, Prospect Street, - - Barre, Vt. SHORES & KENERS0N, PHOTOGRAPHERS - "Who is it J" aska Hie grutl poet, as the butler brings a card. "Is it that barber I sent for?" "Yes, air," is the reply, "and he has brought with liini the buying agent of a hair pillow manufacturer -who re quests to be permitted to bid ou your surplus hair for the next year," Chi cago Tiibuue. Over National Bank, Barre, Vt. exe- Fine Work, promptly cuted, with reasonable prices therefor. Cali and see us. GRAND iSflif viols Sample handkerchiefs at Abbott's Satur day, two for 25c. 8ee our Childrens line of sun shades. Veal & Knight. Use Wise King flonr for bread. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. TO KKNT A lare stone shed, with use of steum ilen irk. lias all modern inun'oveinent. Al a larje afe, in tfimd eoiitUtion, l'"r wale. Call at Times ulliee. 10' I'NI'KK THE AV'Nf'K'KH OK Granite Gty Camp 8686, H. W. of A., MILES' HALL, Friday Eve, May 1st, 1903 ALL COME. MUSIC: GILBERTSON'S ORCHESTRA. Refreshments at Hawes Restaurant. Hints for May Comfort. First Try our Medium-weight Wool or Balbriggan Underwear, 25c to $1.50 per garment. Second Take a Negligee Shirt with delicate figures or stripes, or plain white, at 50c to S1.50. Third Add Socks, Cuffs, Collars, Neckwear, Hand kerchief?, etc., from our attractive stock. Fotirth Get into a Spring-weight Sack Suit, all colors and kinds. Prices from S5.00 to $25.00 Fifth You must have a Spring Overcoat even if you wear it on your arm at times. Here they 't- at S3 50 to 520.00. Short, medium or long -t les. Sixth Put on one of our swell Derhv r S fc Hats at 50c to $3.00. Now you are fixed and ought to feel good all this season. Moote & Owens, Successors to D. M. Miles, J 22 North Main St., Barre, Vermont. THE SOUTH END MARKET For Saturday, May 2d. Fine assortment of Beef, Pork, Veal, Sausage, Ham, 'Tripe, Groceries and Vegetables. Also nice fresh Strawberries. Nice fresh Chickens, per pound, - - - 22c Large California Navel Oranges, per doz., 35c Good Cal. Navel Oranges, per dozen, - 30c Seedlings, per dozen, - 20c Largt nice Lemons, per dozen, - - - 25c Large ripe Bananas, per dozen, Fancy Pineapples, each, - -New Cabbage, per pound, -Fresh Rhubarb, per pound. -Radishes, per bunch, - ; - 25c 1 5c 6c Tickets, 75c. Ladies Free. For Our Saturday Trade! ..'PARSONS & SKINNER, (Telephone 215-4) 115 South Main Street, - , . Barre, Vermont. Fresh Native Rhubarb, per pound, Radishes, per bunch, :.';- Bunch Onions, per bunch, - Lettuce, per bunch, ; - - - Spinach Greens, per peck, - - , Pineapples, each, - - - - New Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, Berries, etc. Headquarters for Lard, Salt Pork, Home-cured Hams and Bacon. 8c 5c 5c 10c 30c 20c PARKER & TASSIE, (Telephone 9-3) 20 North Main Street. Cash Marketmen. 1 1 AfC- r -jJ x X W -t mam ttmvm. Df. Green's -Headache Friend Are quick and sure relief for sick and nervous headaches. Contain no opiate or injuri ous drug and arc guaranteed. D, F. DAVIS, "The Druggist" Morse Block, Barre, Vt.