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5. i j Li ! ; Ths avnure daily circulation Barw IHiiSv Tiai Jot the wek Saturday s ot the ending 2,620 copies, the lar-jt paid circulation of any daily pap r in this section. The Reliance Las never been beaded in a race, np to tlie present time, and it does begin to appear as it the boat was well named. The North j eld New s makes the rather indefinite assertion that "It may be truly said that thus far the new liquor law is niuttinn fiirk' well the expectations of both its friends and its opponents." Jt remains to be seen now if the Ver mont militia bovs can bit the bull's eye any oftener with tneir new Krag-Jorgen gen rides. Efficiency lu marksmanship 13 trmr to ho desired in soldierv than mere elflcleney in equipment. f - V W.I I -sff Superb Station Planned by the New York Central. THE TERMINAL TOE MANY USES If we look out for our custom ers interests, our interests will take are of themselves. Watch our new advertisement every day this month. We'll promise not to tire, though we'd like to attire you. If you buy anything here that is not right and fail to return it, you injure us as well as yourself. If, as has been affirmed, human beings can take diphtheria frcm a cat and gland ers from a horse, how the sale of mouse traps and automobiles will boom! Mean while we have no substitute for the mean, dirty ugly cur that gives ns hydrophobia. Possibly he ueeds no substitute. The Ludlow Tribune says: "Some of the no license towns are proving what we have all along maintained that the near est mmrrmith to absolute StOPPinil of tb.6 sale and consumption of intoxicants is at tained under a no license vote In a town of a loeal option state. If the town is not sincere in its vote the vote is of coarse not effectual," Rogers & Grady Co, TOP TO TOE OUTFITTERS, Quinlen Building, Barre, Vermont. i Vf j 8 ffl IT The financial condition of the city of Rutland is a matter of concern to the mem bers of the board of aldennen of that city, and Judging from the published state ments, there may well be some apprehen sion. The full borrowing limit has been reached, which is fc.1S.000 and it is neces sary that $2.1,000 more be borrowed in Rome wav. In order to do this it is said that the Individual members of the alder inatiie board will make their personal promises to pay, and in that way it is hoped that the amount may be raised. The ltutland News lays the blame for the situ ation on the previons aldermanio boards The News says: "The people of Rutland are now fully appreciating the extrava gantto use no harsher term methods of the boards of aldermen in 11)00, 1001 and 1W)2: or at least, they are if they are glv ing auy thought whatever to their deplet ed treasury." With the endorsement of ten states al ready there is not much need of worrying on the part of Theodore Roosevelt over the nomination for the presidency. In fact, the question raised now is to the ad visability of calling a convention at all. Of course the latter. suggestion is made only as a )oke by some of the leaders on the g'de that is in the ascendency, but It shows pretty strongly how high the tide is. Un mistakably it is towards Roosevelt even if it has not always been so since the day he unexpectedly assumed the duties of president. The states that have, through their chairmen of committees, expressed themselves in favor of Roosevelt' nomin ation are. New York, California, Michi gan, "Maine, Utah, Tennessee. Kentucky, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming. Add to that list many other states like Vermont, which are sure to endorse hlin and figure on the result There is no doubt about the result. '., Voliriut In Norway. Norwegian penmen are entitled to vote before leaving; their country if the polling day Is within three mouths ef their departure, or they can vote nt a foretell port within the same time h; lmviii!? their votesi sent home through a Norwegian consul. ABOUT THE STATE. n....i of Interest Gleaned From Our Exchanges, Summer schools will be held in Barton, T'nnftuirih. Townsend. Burlincton. Morris vUIp and Chester. The schools will be Inlv '21 and will continue two weeks, i0tr .T T.. Atwnll. rastor of the Metho dist chnrch, at Fair Haven, announced at i). a smuiav inornini? service, that a new pipe organ would te presented 10 me chnrch by Herman, George and Miss Ma mie Stannard in memory or meir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stannard. The National Metal Edge Box Co. of HeadKboro, has purchased :1000 acres of timber land belonging to the estate of the late Silas Mason, of Hartwellville. The price paid in cash was $10,000. The land is covered mostly witu nara woou anu some spruce. It lies lu Keadsboro and Searsburg, A hunt 40 acres of meadow and pasture laud belonging to John McMuilen in Mil- tnn uiorft honied over MondaV niL'tlt, uo- ing much damage to fencing and burning several telegraph, poles along rne rauioau. All upland pasture and timber is so dry tVmt. inlv unark is needed to start tires and along the railroad several fires have caught from passing engines. tTr W. Tt. riarkness. who has been con fined in Washington county Jail at Mont- tinlier for several months, awaitina the ae tionofthe September grand jnry on the nt,urra nf fnnmrv. was released on bail Yesterday morning and resumed practice I in the afternoon. At a meeting ot me two Asmwtant indi'es it was decided to cut ten hi hiiil from S'2.000 to $1,500 in the criminal case, and from $2,000 to $1,000 in the civil ease, isail was lurnisnea Dy 15 business men of that city. Th Odd Fellows of Krattleboro are con testing the taxing of the property owned by them in uratuoooro, claiming n ex ninnt under the Vermont statute which ex empts property used for charitable pur- nosea. ( onirressman JiasKins. wuo ap peared for the town, held that it is the source of a fund that determines whether the fund is charitable, not the way in which it is expended. He held that the funds of a fraternal oruanization were ere ated by dues and assessments, and that ded only for the benefit of those connected with the organization, the nhnr v nrivate ana detinue, in con tradiction to public and indetinite.and that the charity did not come wittnn the mean ng of the stat ute. Safety Tins. Safety pins are peculiarly American, "We use 114,000,000 of thein each year. MoKHu'toe. Certain soocies of mosiiultoes h!l)er thn n.lult Btatc. others la the larval stata mid some in the egg, Lnrvm live throneh a winter in solid Ice. . June TIhip mid Howe Time. It is rosf time, it in Jiinc tlrnc; Hear the turlc a-down the dell emtvins sVf ot In tuneful measures . Summer songs lie loves BO well. All the woods are full of verdure. All tiio lnnds are rich In bloom. II la rnu lirrio it isi Jline tlnlc! South winds bring the sweet perfume. Erses blush along the wayside, Koses red by garden walla: Rnsi-a whit", so purs and stately, Jcni! time hours grow long and tender; Full of wonder rar ana sweet,- Filling all the world with splendor As the day and evening meet. It is rosn time. It is Juno time; Swiftly drift the hours away; Though the summer plorles linger, June time cannot always stay. Hows sweet are ever fading. Other blossoms bloom anew, . Tct in memory Ions will tarry Hftnrtv thought it .T,mA tlmfl too. -Loutse Le.v.)n Matthews In National JINGLES AND JESTS. . An i;otln. Mrs. Nuwcd The proof of the pud ding Is in the eating. Mr. Nuwed-Not that pudding you made yesterday. The proof of that was in the dream. Indiunnpolis Sun. Troponltion Launched to Tear Down I t.rnnd Central tt'iot at Xew.York ! ana tntrnc Vant New Ilnildin j Thlrly Stories Warn Hotel of Great Sle nnil a Convention Hall Two of Its Chief Features. At a meeting held In the offices of the New York Central the other morn ing a proposition w hich is expected al most to match that of the Pennsyl vania railroad was practically clinched. says Holland, the New York corre spondent of the Philadelphia Press. If the plans are carried out there will tand some, two years, hence upon the present site of the Grand Central station and upon several ad jacent lots the greatest of structures yet built in New York city. It will have a larger floor area than the .Ttmn.i F.vrhHnL'e ollico buildinji, now the largest structure under one roof in New York and probably in iuo United States. Furthermore this new building is to be not only broad ot base, but of ncareri approach to the Fl-y than anything yet built in New York excepting the piers of the sus pension bridges and the chimneys of the power houses that are now capable of converting coal into electric energy equivalent" to 7.1,000 horse power, for it is contemplated to carry this new ,nildin,r kii luirn that the number of stories will be twenty-eight, or mm arets and ' superstructure above ine main roof be' Included by as much as thirty stories. The colors of the Syndi cate building.-of the Tract Society liiiiiillnff and the new Wall street Ex change building which Mr. Morse has erected must be lowered when this new station is completed, and, if the hotel which will represent the mil lions gained by some of those who sold their holditifis in stool properties to the United States Steel trust, which is to stand directly opposite the Grand Central station, does not alter Its plans the proud Hag which its owners ex pect to raise from its lofty tower will be humiliated by successful rivalry across the street. This new structure is to be devoted directly and indirectly solely to the in terests of the railways from New Eng land and from the north and west whose terminals are in Manhattan. For that reason it was thought expe dient that the architects be called upon to include In their plans specifications for what will be probably the largest hotel in New York. It was said, and by some who were In a position to know, that among the plans contem plated by the Pennsylvania was the erection of a very large hotel over their subsurface station near the Hudson river, if that were a part or tue orig inal plans it was abandoned, although the. impression is general in New York that ultimately it will be thought worth while to surmount the subsur face station by a building suitable for hotel as vfell as for othce purposes. The New York Central management. however, has no doubt about the profit or the incidental advantages which the combination of an enormous hotel with the office and station features of this structure would make possible. They are certain, however, that is must not be a little hotel. It must advertise it self by reason of Its enormity. It must be peculiarly adapted to th conven ience of travelers and transients, but it is intended to make it especially at tractive so that, while its luxurious fea tures will differ from those character istic of the fashionable hotels on Fifth avenue, nevertheless they will be In their own way ns expensive in their first cost and as expensive to maintain. In addition to the hotel, to a large hall suitable for political conventions or other gatherings where the delega tions are to bo large, this greatest of buildings will be so thoroughly equip ped with otlice facilities as to meet any WHITE GOODS at the BUSY STORE. WHITE DRESS GOODS, WHITE SILKS, WHITE WAISTINGS, WHITE MUSLINS, WHITE SUITINGS, WHITE TRIMMINGS, ' WHITE LINENS, WHITE SHIRT WAISTS, WHITE WAIST SUITS, WHITE RIBBONS, WHITE BELTS, WHITE FANS, WHITE GLOVES, WHITE HOSE, WHITE NECKWEAR, WHITE UNDERGARMENTS. N H m PA w w ffl i Hi possible requirements that can be now foreseen for the next fifty years. The New York Central, the Harlem and the New Haven will each have offices there greater than the combined oillce space occupied by ail of these roads at the present day. The rig Four, the West Shore, the Lake Shore and the Michtcan Central and the other rail ways allied with the Vanderbilt Inter ests will also be allotted offices that will seem palatial In size and furnish ings in comparison with the somewhat commonplace accommodations these railroads have there now. In order to build a structure of the size In contemplation it Is necessary to close one street, and speedily Vander bilt avenue, a curious misnomer for a street only four blocks long, will be only a tradition. Adjacent land to the west stretching to Madison avenue, and to the enst almost to Lexington avenue and to the north two block3 be yond the northerly wall of the present structure will be covered by this build ing. The Madison Square Garden, so far as area is concerned, could be easily placed in this proposed structure. Store! 7 SPORTING NOTES. The veteran pitch.er Gus "Weyhing fcM signed with the Atlanta club. Utility Infielder Evers of the Chicago Nationals is only eighteen years old. The game of push ball has been es tablished at Yale. Recently a score of the blues' football warriors got a ball end played a regulation game. Jack Johnson, the negro heavy weight champion of the world, and "Denver Ed'' Smith have been matched for a twenty round fight at catch weights. Frank Smith of Scranton, Fa., who secured the pacers Donna McGregor, 2:llVa. ami Gyp Walnut, 2:0S1,4. at a New York sale, is driving them to pole. The Cambridge varsity crew which won over Oxford practiced on the Thames, England, in a shell with cen ter seat, after the style of the Ameri can boats. Detroit would like to secure for her grand circuit meeting a renewal of the half mile duel held last fall between Trince Alert, 2:00, and Sir Albert 8., 2:03"-4, at Memphis. President Pulliam has decided that when two umpires are working in a game the man behind the plate shall have jurisdiction over the base deci sions at third and home. The Vaughan More Interesting News From "The Vaughan Store." Many money-saving propositions will betfound here in La dies Shirt Waists. Prices, 50c to 3.00. Ladies' and Misses Cotton and Silk Gloves and Mitts trom 18c to 75c per pair. Ladies Neckwear. Prices, 10c to $2.00. Children's School Hose. Prices, 10c, 15c and 25c. Ladies' Hose. Prices, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and 50c. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Underwear at prices less than you would have to pay elsewhere. Ladies' Two-piece Suits for Summer wear, beautiful new goods, at 1.00, 1.25, $1.38, 1.98 and 32-50. Remember our store is centrally located very convenient for ladies waiting for the electric cars and you are always welcome. OUR SPECIAL FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY will be twenty-five dozen Pillow Shams and Bureau Scarfs, clean goods bought for this special occasion. at just half price 25 cents each. , J. W. VAUGHAN, H. Z. Mills' Old Stand, 44 North Main St., - - ' - - Barre, Vermont. The ItamlilioK Old Waif on With Ice. They may talk of their automobiles That tigrurc a fabulous price. Hut give us the wagon That Bummer can brag on, The rumbling old wagon with ice! It greets us with dripping and ricketj wheels. But we give it "Hooray!" as it rumbles and reels. And it wins in the race with the automo biles. The rumbling old wagon with ice! The little towhends at the tat No art from i;s side can entice Their voices keep humming, "it's cominsr, it's coming. The welcome, cool wapon with ice!" An atmoRph'-re art-tic it ever ur.lorks As the iceman right ratrrily saws through the blu ks. And "Who is the millionaire man with the rocks;'" Tbe ma!, on 'ie wukod with lee! Atlanta Constitution. 533CM2 if- -,-M We can sell you a splendid tooth brush for a quarter one that has bris tles that stick to the brush and not in your gums other brushes at other prices. Brushes from 10c to 50c each. A special fine, soft Brush at 35 cents. Brushes replaced if the bristles come out. D. F. Davis, "The Druggist," 262 North Main St., - - - Barre, Vermont. Unllfflitenliiar Him. j7o, Reginald, regretfully (Although your question's timely), I Am forced to state "pyroRraphy" Docs not teach girls to make Rood pie. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. "Gossip," said Undo Ebwi, " 'tuiuda j mo a good deal of a sliootin' match In fle street. De innocent bystander is jos' ns li'ble to git hit ns anybody else.' Washington Star. Aeccssibilily. The hollyhocks bloom by the fence, In everybody's reach. If they were scarce, they would cost At least a dollar tneh. Washington Star. Sad Example. VEHICLES of all sorts from the light run about to the heavy farm wagon. We have fifty styles on the floor to select from and our prices are low. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. HAFNESS that stand the test of service, that have style ane finish, for city or farm, and all at oar popular low prices. " Don't buy a harnees until you see ours. WHOLESALE AND PET AIL. COLLINS & COLTON, 84 State Street, - Montpelier Vermont. Vehicles! Harness! j June, the Month for Weddings! Remember that we can furnish your home so that vou always be pleased with it, and also that we want yotfr trade. Our prices are always guaranteed. wi 11 A. ,W. Badger & Co., Furniture, Carpets and House Furnishings. Morse Block, Barre, Vt. Undertakers! House, 159-21. Ambulance Ready for fcwHence Call, 23 Easteru Aveuue. Funeral Directors I -TELEPHONE Store, 137-11. Any Calls at a Moment's Notice. Mr. Tug (asIde)TUcre vre see the sad effects of tlsnt lacing.-Chlcago Kews. Carpets and nigs cleaned, repaired mid laid by li. W. Hooker & Co. Leave or ders at store. If tired of payinc; rent, read the ad. of the D. A. Perry Leal Estate Agency on page 7. Glasses fitted by an eye sight specialist at J. W. llolton'g. Famous Ice Cream! Srawberry with Fresh Fruit 1 Pineapple with Fresh Fruit I Vanilla and Chocolate 1 The Barre Candy Kitchen. MISSES' ANDCHILDREN'S Shoes and Oxfords! A complete line of these goods for school and dress wear. Prices right. Have you seen the new " DOROTHY DODD" Shoes and Oxfords for women ? If you want to know just for once what a perfect fit is like, try a pair of these Shoes. Badger, McLean & Co., J3J North Main St., Barre, Vermont. MugKziim For June.