ITHEL ELY EYEGLASS;
j J UNSUR PAS S ED.
THE CHILD that complains of j
not being able to see well
at school, or has trouble with its
eyes while studying, should be
attended to without delay. j
TAKE IT TO . EQ
f HE BARRE DAILY TIMES
Tilt K Oil, MAY 14. 1903.
First m 2 26
jf Quarus .
Full n 8 18
T Third , n IV IB
y Quarter li; -m.
CN'ew no 848
iiuon p. to.
ANSWER IT HONESTLY.
Arelut Slat, meat uf Barre Citizens Not Moie
Reliable Thau Thote of t'ittr Strainers ?
HolWs Eye Sight Specialist for Free Examination.
J. W. HOLTON, Jeweler and Optician, 1
U Mileage Books to Rent on All Roads. Hale's Block, North Main St. j
Stone Cutters' Specks!
Nickel Silver, the best make. Price to cutters in
Barre, 35c. Sent to any part of the United States
for 40c. Cheaper quality for 20c.
Depot Square, Barre, Vt.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
If Tbins Don't Look Quite Riffht
IT MAY BE ON ACCOUNT
OF THE " LOOKERS."
In other words, your precious eyes. Don't
lose any time in consulting a competent oculist,
or, tailing in that, have us examine your eyes
free of cost. We fill oculists' prescriptions;
we also furnish Eye Glasses and Spectacles
to meet your needs and we don't charge yon
too much at that. Stonecutter's Glasses
always on hand.
O. J. DODGE,
170 North Main St., Burro, Vermont.
Bead! For Ice Cra in!
Fine Ice Cream Vanilla, Chocolate (
and Strawberry for Friday and Saturday.
OPEN EVENINGS AFTER MAY 1st.
L. B. DODGE,
Worthen Block, Keith Ave., - - Barre, Vermont.
Pansies! PansiesI :J : Pansies!
We have a nice lot of the above this season raised and grown at home,
hardy and ready to plant out. Order early and get first selection, which is al
was the best , SEASONABLE PLANTS
of every description. Also Cut Flowers and Floral Designs on short notice.
Telephone Connection. On Line of Electric Road.
A. FIXED DIVIDEMJ
once, twice or four times yearly, as long as
you live. A high rate of interest. Abso-
ute secuntv. ocare, no uix, uuuiuig m
do but live and collect. Insurance written
to create annuities, or annuities simple.
54th year d-ing business in i" states.
The .National Mie insurance company
of Vermont (Mutual.) ORGANIZED in
1850. S. S. Ballard, General Agent, N. B.
Ballard, Ixxml Agent, Booms 2 and 3,
Miles Block, Barre, Vt.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Use Wise King flour for bread.
Regular meeting of F. of A. this even
ing at 7JiO.
Furnished room to rent in Miles Gran
ite block. Bath. Apply at room 81.
The officers of Clan Gordon, No. 12,
will meet at the Clan rooms at 7:U)
There is to be a meeting of the Knight
Templars this evening at 7.30 In K. of P.
hall for drill.
Sowden & Lyon have just received a lot
of onion sets; sweet peas and other bulb
seeds, also tomato plants.
Asparaal coltivatl nel Vermont della
ditta Byron Jackson sono I migliorl net
mercato. City rish Market.
The officers of the Ladies' Union of the
Universalist church will meet in the vestry
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The Ida Reed W. C. T. U. will meet
with Mrs. R. II. Watkins Friday after
noon at 2.80. Let every member be pres
ent as plans for the coming convention
will be in order.
The Memorial Day committee extends
an invitation to the societies and organiza
tions of the city to take part in the Memo
rial Day parade. A team will also be
provided to carry .flowers All who intend
to participate should notify at once tn
Ilolden, the chairman of the committee.
According to law the pass books issued
by all savings banks in Vermont are to be
verified with the individual accounts at
the banks once in live years, and this be
ing the year for the work, inspector oi
Finance F. b. 1'latt oi l'ouitney lias desig
nated May as the month in which it shall
be done. All depositors are requested
to turn in their books.
'1 his is a vital question.
It is irnuijht with iuturett to Barre.
It peruiilB of ouly oue auswer.
It cannot be evadert or Ignored,
A Barre citizen speaks here
Hptaks for the tteilare of barre.
A citizen's statement Is reliable,
An utter stranijr's (tnubtfut.
Honw prool is the best proof.
Mrs. John Brewtt (J. Bresett, stone
cutter), residence Pleasant street, near
Fortney. says: "JJoan's Kidney rills,
sold at E. A Drown's drus store, did me
more good than all the other remedies for
he kidney a 1 ever used, from the results
obtained i most ernphtieatiy endorse
the preparation. At different times for
hreo or four years 1 suEdred from acute
backache and when that was not present
here was a dull acb.n? through my loins
and kidneys, sometimes changing to
sharp twinges, positively proving that
n some way the action of these organs
was disturbed. When in the acute stage
twinges were sore to catch me if I stooped,
nd It l attempted to ntt anything even
igbt I was always rewarded with extra
aggravated aches, iu the morning I have
often been so lame and Bore across the
small of my bck that 1 could hardly get
out of bed, and although 1 tried remedy
after remedy advertised I received little
if any benefit. A friend was so emphatic
about tha merits of Doan's Kidney Pills
that I took his advice and conimenced the
treatment- They helped me after a dose
or to and When I had completed the
treatment oi two Doxes the one u acne
ceased, my kidneys were thoroughly
cleansed and I was in better health than
I had been for many a long day."
For sale by all druggists. Price 50 cents
tmx. Foster Miiburrt Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sola agents for the United States,
Komember the name Dean's and take no
FOURTH ANNUAL BANQUET.
Spanish American War Veterans ANiibl
The fourth annual banuuet of the Span
ish-Ameiican War Veterans will be held
Friday evening, May 15th, at 8 o'clock,
assembling at 7.30 at the armory.
All -men who served In any branch of
the service are cordially invited to at
Tickets mav he bad at the lied Cross
Pharmacy, Moore & Owens am', of mem
bers of the committee. Price, $1.50.
I will giv 10 reward for any evidence
that will load to the conviction of any boy
or boys who have been breaking windows
in vacant houses on Smith Meadow or in
other parts of the city.
Chief of Police.
Barre, May G, 1903. ,;:
To Stop That
Take Drown's Cough Cute. Every bottle guar
anteed to give satisfaction or money refunded.
E. A. DROWN,
48 No. Main St.,
Opp. Nat'I BanK.
ifit rJV j
Notice to l"8r of City Water.
Fair warning has been given to those
who have not paid their water rental, and
the water will be shut off without any
further notice, and will cost $2.00 before
it Is turned on again. I his means busl
ness. W. T. Campbell, Supt.
Are you about to build?. If so see that
your builder's contract has a eiause pro
viding that the structure shall be erected
ty union labor which will Insure yon of
good work and a job completed without
delay. Per order Union 4SI, Carpenters
and Joiners of America. A. u. tane,
Wearers of the famous "Qneen Quality '
shoes will be glad to know that the
People's Shoe Store has just received their
large spring line of boots and oxfords.
IE KEEP MOVING.
Our stock bv underselling all competitors
in Diamond" Kings, Pius, Brooches and
other articles of Jewelry. Our reputation
for f.a goods, low prices and honorable
dealing does the business for us, and we
endeavor to live up to our name. Alwas
carry a laree, complete and elegant stock.
Every article warranted as represented.
Fine Kepalriiig; and Engraving.
E. O. HOLMES,
Jeweler and Optician,
Gordon Block, Barre, Vermont.
Beef Roasts, cut from Western Beef,
per pound 1 2c to 1 6c
A good Steak, per pound 1 6c
Loin Pork Chops, native pig pork,
per pound 1 4o
rork Roasts, per pound 121c to He
Hind Legs of Lamb, per pound Ioc
Fore Legs of Lamb, per pound... 14c
Pork Sausages, per lb , lie; 3 lbs. ior ddo
Beef Sausages, per lb., 12o; 8 lbs. for 33c
Lamb Chops, per pound 1 8o
A choice supply of Veale, Hams, Ird
and . Bacon. Special prices on all cut
pieces of Meat fcatnrday night.
CHESSER & BIRD,
323 North Main St.,' - Barre, Vermont
I desire to inform you that th Manager
of our AireiM!)' for Burre and v n inny, .Mr.
II. 11. Muelit'N. irt absent in Hm WVwt with a
tourintr jiitrtv, iimpiH'i mii our propurtv in
teresis in Arizona. CaUliirma and old Mx
ieo. I lie partv iw compoM'd of thttWoHTern
New tnctand A pent of our tirni. with a
miinlr oi tlmtr client, who Iihv chartered
from tlio I'lillinan palace- I ar ( ompanv thu
private ear ' llaKienirre." which will he
their home during tins tour.
Uieir n ineriirv inrlimt'w visits to almost
all ot the t'Uterpriiw which have been
financed lv us. In Ariwnn they will inspect
the plant of the ' Maimanl Smelter.-' ' I s.
press.'' 'l'.l( apitan, "iTospent v.1' "r.uipir
Untie mines, and a number oi ot her proper
ties in tile lerritory; in aiilornia. the
fjnion Consolidated oil welts and Kctmerv."
the "l'Dlosi-OvleniiH.-- mid "t.old Inmiel"
mines: awl in old Mexico, the Aurora."
and ' iznatra froM mines, lhev will make
stops at toe following i-ities: t hicairo,
Kansas t il v. 1'rescot t. Ariz., l.os Aneics,
San Ineiro and San r rancisco. I al., salt
l"kn :nv. I tall, Colorado springs and
lienver, i ol.
Mr. flushes is expected Ur return to Ins
othe.c. os liles Block, on or alsmt the lirth
of June. In the interim, anv busiitess will
be carefully looked after liv addressing i.u
Kills Block, Hartford, i onn.
E. BALDWIN II AM MITT,
Manager N i-stern ew hniriand Agencies,
DO I ;ls, laoy A. (O,
Bankers, JlrokeM ami 1 mancial Agents.
Carpets and rugs cleaned, repaired and
laid by B. W. Hooker & Co. Leave or
ders at store..
Old gold and silver wanted at refiners'
prices in exchange for goods at F, E. Burr's
Stone shed to rent, conveniently located.
Address "Stone Shed," this office.
Standard of the world. Firted in any reliable, case
and fully warranted.
The largest variety in Northern Vermont at a lower
price than you can find anywhere.
. Fine Watch Repairing.
F. E. BURR & CO.,
H rdephoce 10-2J.
No. 85 North Main St., Barre, Vt.
Fine Photographs at reasonable
prices. Call and see our work.
OVER KING'S JEWELRY STORE,
An Opportunity of a Life-Time!
To close out quick I will sell Poole's
Sarsparllla for 50c a bottle or three bottles
for $1.25. Poole's Little Vegetable Pills
for 150 a bottle or t vo bottles for 2So.
Poole's Kidney Pills for 2."o per bottle or
three bottles for COo. Pooles Blood Pills
for 23e per. bottle or three bottles for COo.
These good are perfectly reliable and
are worth double the money.- This is a
chance to get a good medicine at half
price. These goods are guaranteed or the
The East Barre Dreg Store,
J. If. JicARTlIUR, Prop.
Do You Want the
Best Saw Made?
Call and see the celebrated
Bishop's Saws, uncon
ditionally warranted. We
have a large assortment of
other kinds in stock..
136 North Main Street,
Barre, - - - Vermont.
Is Your Watch or Clock
Have vou an article of Jewelry in need
of repairs? If so take them to 211 North
Main Street, where they will receive
prompt attention and be put in the best
possible, condition at a reasonable price
L. P. AUSTIN,
241 North Main St., - Barre, Vermont
May prices for Coal are
STOVE. EGG ani NUT $7.70
These prices are for cash.
Coal will advance ten cents per
ton each month for five months.
Orders left now to be filled later
n the season, subject to market
price at time of delivery.
D. M. MILES..
. We will sell Milk at the fol
lowing prices: New Milk, 4c
per quart; Skimmed Milk,
sweet or sour, Ic per quart;
Buttermilk, 2 cts. per quart.
Cold Milk by the glass at the
Eureka Cash Creamery.
May Prices on Coals
Nut, Stove and Egg, - - $7.70
Lehi Coal,- ----- '8.20
All orders taken will have to
be filled this month, or an ad
vance of 10c per ton a month
if held longer. We have to pay'
this advance, therefore we must
get it. We pay cash and must
MORSE k JACKSON,
COAL AND WOOD,
Tel., 137-21. 266 North Main St.
Joseph Ossola is fast get
ting his hotel ready at
435 North Main street.
To Be Opened May Jst.
All bills will receive special attention and
remittances made as goon as collected.
E. C. FRENCH, fianager,
Boouis 2 and S, - - Gordon Block
One Two-tenement House on Maple
Avenue and one Four-tenement House
on Park Place. This property must be
sold to close an estate and will be sold
cheap. Inquire of ALBERT A. SAR
GENT, Averill Block
Opposite Depot Square.
Arthtir H. H. Lewis
Located in the Dr. G. B
Nichols barn. Open night and
Patients receive scientific treat
ment. Every operation known
to the veterinary professio
TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE.
eiitr.il Verm nit Hllroil.
Trains leavlnst Barre for White River Jane
tion, Boston, New York and all intervening
points a 8 35 m , 12 m and 12 .01 a ni . Local
train tor White River Junction and Windsor
and Intermediate stations if aves at R.30 p. m. ,
Trains leave Barre ior Burlington, at. Al
bans, Rouges Point and OgdensburR at 8.8f
a. in. and 3.05, 6.3(1 and 1201 a.m. Trains Con
nect at Essex for points on Rutland road and
the 6.80 connects with New York train tor
Montreal and points west leaves Barre at
8.0fy 6.30 and Mm.
For Williamntown leave Harre 1 21 and 4.W)
p. m. Leave Wllliamstown at 7.30 a. m. and
a. SO p.m.
Montpolier Wells River Railroad, ,
Commencing Sept. 30, 1SHI1.
Trains leave Barre for Wells River, con
necting at that point wite trains ftoirg both
north and south, at T 30 a m , 12.45 and 3 15 p.
m. The 12.4S train connects with train for Bos
ton, and north for Lisbon, Littleton, Fabyans
and Lancaster, also with Montreal express, and
the 7.30 and 8 15 trains with Hi. Johnsbury
Trains leave Barre for Montpelifr at 7.80,
10.20 a. m., 12.45, 3.15, 4.10 and 6.30 p. rfu .
Electric Street Itallway.
Cars leave square in Harre for Montpelier a.
15 minutes of and 15 minutes past the bouj.
Lenve Mont pelittr tor Barru on the hour and
half hour until 10 p. in.
TWO WELL BRED STALLIONS,
Will make the season of 1903 to a limited aura
ber of mares for a service fee of $20.00.
Will make the season of l?03 to a limited num
ber of mares for a service fee of $15.00.
TERMS Cash when the colt is 9 days old.
Breeders who desire to Improve their stock
should not fail to see these two noted Stallions at
downing;s livery stables,
North Main Street', . - - - Barre, Vermont
Goal, Wood, Goke!
Hard Coal, all sizes.
A No. I Smithing Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood.
Calder & Richardson,
G. 1. Jackson & Co.,
Depot Square, - - Barre, Vt.
The place to bnyAVwod oi all kinds. A
large stock of Chair Wood, Xo. best
Block Wood, Mixed Soft and Bard Wood
and Kindling Wood.
MOVING AND JOBBING.
I am prepared to do all kinds of moving
and jobbing at fifty cents per hour for two
horses and a man.
L. J. BOLSTER.
(Tel. Call 152-3.)
283 So. Main St, Barre, Vermont.
Limb Wood and
For sale for cash. Orders may
be left at Thwing Bros boxes.
Arthur S. Martin.
43 Tatk St.
or ALL KINDS.
Having bondit Mr. Howe's share in the
wood firm, it will be impossible for tne to
trufit anyone for wood as I need the money
in the business. I earnestly solicit your
patronage, and am prepared to sell wood
of all kinds for cash on delivery
Telephone Call, ... 153-11.
liesidencs, 1 Highland Ave.
Orders may be left at F. D. Ladds,
Frank Merchant's, J. II. Griffin's, I'arson
& thinner's or Smith Bros'. Market.
II. F. JQiNSON.
As 1 have other business that needs my
attention, I wish to sell my Merry-Go-Kound.
It is in good condition and will
be sold at a low price.
Also Guns and Ammunition to be sold
at wholesale prices.
1 Berlin Street. - - Barre, Vermont.
H. E. JEFFORDS,
Painting and Paper Hanging
And Calsomining. A Share
of your patronage Is solicited.
5 Thurston Place, Barre, Vermont.
Spring aod Summer Woolens
Wanamaker & Brown's
0. W. E0YEA, Merchant Tailor.
Electric Heaters, j
Electric Fixtures, j
Electric Supplies. !
STANHARn nrnTRip. r.n I
i LL1.UIIIIU UU.) J
f H. G. BENNETT, I
H. G. BENNETT,
199 North Main St., Barre. j
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