THE BARRE DAILY TIHESlf
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Frank K. Lfntley, I'ulills her.
Published Kwrf Weekday A ftriioon.
Entered it the pontottU-e at Harre u ieeond
WKDNKSDAT, JI NK 10, 1903.
The average daily circulation of the
Barre Daily Times for the wef;k ending
copies, the largp.-t paid circulation of any
daily paper In this section.
The protracted drought has been broken
throughout Vermont and New England.
There Is still a fighting chance for farmers.
Our prohibition friend (tight to know if
the drouth ia broken, but we are con
strained to remark' that it la still on iu
A negro hanged, burned and quartered
is the late.tt story of the Jiendishness which
possesses men at times. Sa, it did not
happen in the South, but in one of the
most progressive states of the North, Il
linois. If the deeds of fellow men, and of
fellow countrymen at that, justify the com
mission of such acts, then the Southern
ers are justified. Fortunately, however,
there is no justification ia that condition.
In tlie li'lit of the good results that
have followed the work of the state rail
road commission this year, the Korthfieid
News advances the opinion that "the next
general assembly may venture to confer a
little more authority to the commission."
If the public in general has anything to
say about the matter, additional power,
and a good strung measure of it, will be
conferred on the board. In its reorganized
and rehabilitated condition the present
board has done well, but it might do much
better were it clothed with more power
and authority. For instance, the results
of its recommendations in connection with
the Bellows Fails depot, while not all
that the people of that town desired,
marked a considerable advance. And
what is more important still it seems that
the railroads interested will take steps to
follow out the recommendations made by
the board. Now that the people of the
state know what It it Is possible to make
out of the railroad commission there will
be a still stronger demand on the next
legislature that the powers of the board be
increased. And tho demand will be per
A considerable misunderstanding has
arisen in Boston over what condition a
man must be in to warrant arrest for in
toxication. The confusion has started
A fresh lot of
In dainty packages
or as you want them.
' j& at j&
D. R DAVIS', IMJlMt
We Have the Best 20-cent
Chocolates ia the City,
Ice Cream Soda
Served as they should be cooling and
refreshing drinks, made from
fruit juices, at
D, F. DAVIS', SiJL-
262 North Main St., Barre.
This is "leaving time" for
tree, shrubs, scholars and the
Let the good work go on ; leave
old suits, hats arid shoes behind
come to us (in a cab or a barrel
if necessary) and, with your leave,
we will make your appearance
harmonize with the times.
Negligee Shirts, 50c to $2.00.
Rogers & Grady Co,
TOP TO TOE OUTFITTERS,
Quinlen Building, Barre, Vermont.
since Chairman Emmons of the police
board of that city came into ollice. Chair
man Emmons gave orders to the police de
partment that all men should be arrested
who gave evidence of being intoxicated by
staggering, etc. Some members of the po
lice force have declared that a man should
not be arrested until he is making himself
obnoxious to women and others passing
along the streets. It would seem that
Judge Emmons' position was right. There
is hardly a better sign that a man is in
toxicated than to see him staggering along
the street. And if a man who lurches this
way and that, lunges forward or nearly
falls over backward and possibly plunges
head first on his face that is a definition
of staggering does not make himself ob
noxious to women and to other pedestri
ans, it is diilicult to conceive of what ob
noxiousness consists. The Boston police
who oppose Chairman Emmons in his view
have little basis for their position.
ABOUT THE STATE.
Items of IntereKt Cleaned From Our
The price of milk has been raised from
3 to 8 cents a quart in Burlington. This
is due to drouth,
The young man killed at White River
Junction by a train Monday evening has
been identiiied as Edward McCarri, of
Claremont, N. II. The body was taken
Mrs. Mary Donovan and llussell h. Al
bee, both of Bellows Falls, were arrested
in Fitehburg Sunday and in police court
.Monday was held in $oOO each for alleged
adultery. Both parties are only .10 years
It is announced that John I). Kockefel
ler will pass a portion of the summer with
his son-in-law, E. rarmlee Prentiss nnd
Mrs. Prentiss at their summer residence
at Bennington Center, which they have oc
cupied ttie past week.
A circular recently issued from the gen
eral oinces oi the Erie railroad system an
mmiices tue appointment il . fc, fuller.
formerly superintendent of niot"r power o
the Central Vermont railway, as assistant
mechanical superintendent ior the entire
Erie system and leased linos.
henator Dilliimhani has been in Wash-
inston, the past few davs arraneim; the
details of a visit to be made to Alaska bv
a sub-committee of the senate committee
on territories, of which he Is chairman
1'he committee will leave Washington
about the 20th and probably will be ab
sent about six weeks. Other members of
the sub-committee who will make the
trip are Senator Aelson of Minnesota
lluniham of New Hampshire and Patter
son oi Colorado.
The Premidfiit'a Invoice.
"Let mo pee," s;iys Tod
As ht; srrateru'il his head;
' "Those beaded moccasins
AY ere given to me
L'y Ihe Chief Sore Knee.
That picture of the twins
I believe I pet
From a Kansas tot.
The liartsrer, eating- there.
From the same state eurne.
I furifpt the riamn.
And hnijg mo if I care.
Those blankets nnd puia
"SVith thtf g;(udy pjiots
Are from New Mexico.
I may not be kIsuI,
I'.ut I'm far from cad.
It's not a state, you know.
And the golden keys
Such a wealth of these
Ars from the (iolden State,
TVlicre they grow big trees
And sonic I.U B.'a,
Out nenr the Clolden Gate.
Put the other truck
That lias run amuck
And landed in my car
I'd like mlphty Well
If any could tell
We whence and what they are
Some bridles of hair
And many a pair
Of bucki-kin trouseroons;
Thera tin pipes of peace
(May their tribe Increase),
A million souvenir spoons;
There are bowie knives
That have, taken lives,
Kik antlers by the score,
With the deerskin suits
And the riding-boots v . ...
And belts a hundred more.
Oh, what shall I da
With the things, fny you?
And where shall I unload?
Though I need them not,
let with each a lot
Of warm affection flowed
From a loyal heart;
'Twere the Ingrale's part
Such Rifts to Bcorn or scoff;
Po right where we are
Ve will stop the car
-And gently dump them oft."
-Tv. S. Gillilan in Baltimore American.
JINGLES AND JESTS.
Ofl en the Wax. (
"ITn he a nse of humor?" ,
"That depends on whether the JokV
Is on l,ini or on some one else." Chi-'
j cago Post. i
She Pi-OTcrt It.
"I cannot sin? the old sonsrs!" '
She warlike!; a!I were movf-d.
An1 ens niile person rose and yelled; !
"Sit down! Tour cne is proved!"
Love of Xatore,
3- . -'-.'-. "vw jr"
The Boarder By Jove, I think sun
set is the prettiest sight in the land!
The Hired Man So do I, podner.
Thet's thcr regular time fer to quit
workin', by. hen! Chicago Kewa.
All About Murreys!
You ought to
see our line of
Surreys, all the
way from $65
to $250, some
with rubber tires
WE FIT OLD AND NEW WHEELS WITH
84 State Street, - - -
Beef, Iron and Wine,
an entirely new p eparation. It is especially designed as
a strength - producing, tissue - building tonic. Everybody
knows that Beef, Iron and Wine is a valuable medicine.
This brand is better than any other. Note the price, 45c
per fcottle, and guaranteed. Full pints.
is a valuable medicine. It supplies physical strength, stim
ulates the appetite and tones up the nervous system. Fulfy
guaranteed. Price, only 89c per bottle. Full pints.
These and the other-Rexall Remedies are
for sale only at the
Reel Ct oss Pharmacy,
i 60 North Main St., - - Barre, Vermont.
Rexall Blood Tablets, the best, blood -maker and
reddener, only 34c cents per box. Results guaranteed.
Hall Settees, Etc.
These are a few of the new goods we
are showing at the present time.
BARRY & WILLIAMS,
New Tomasi Block, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts.
T. H. BARRY,
LRRY, .- - 5 AveriU St. I
THE SOUTH END MARKET
Sixkcn-Inch-Cut Lawn Mowers, warranted best quality, : : $3.50
Garden Sprinklers, : : : : . s s ... 25, 35 and 45c
Grass Shears, : : : : ; : : : : 20c
Garden Hoes and Rakes, each, : : j - 25c
Shovels, each, : : : : : : : . 50c
v Choice Beef, Pork, Val, Mutton, Ham, Sausage, String Beans, Cu
cumbers, Pineapples, Oranges, Bananas and Berries.
PARSONS &' SKINNER, -
115 South Main Street, .... Barre, Vermont.
I WHITE GOODS at the BUSY STORE.
WHITE DRESS GOODS,
WHITE SILKS, .
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS,
L. P. (Q, H.
JIot Ha Did It.
II stammers painfully, and yat
ll's won the heart of Mnry,
The fairest of the forty maids
That grace t!ia seminary,
But Madfta, demurest of the lot
Of forty winsome misses,
ButrKesis a cause "Perhaps," she says,
stutters when he kisses."
may need a Sur
rey Harness too.
We have -some
new styles just
in and our prices
RUBBER TIRES. SEKD FOR ESTIMATES.
... .. Montpelier," Vt.
L. M. WILLIAMS, 23 Jefferson St
We wish to thank the ladies of Barre and vicinity for their liberal
patronage during our special sale Friday and Saturday.
In starting our new Underwear department on the SECOND FLOOR it
was not our intention to compete with other stores in trying how CHEAP we
could sell goods. That is not 44 The Vaughan Store's" way. Lots of goods
we see advertised we would not have in our store. We handle' ONLY GOOD,
HONEST, WELL-MADE GOODS goods that will stand the washing and with
QUALITY and STYLE considered. We defy any house on earth to undersell us.
We have added 250 more pieces CORSET COVERS. SKIRTS, NIGHT
ROBES, DRAWERS, CHEMISE, Ets.-and will continue this sale MONDAY and
TUESDAY, that is if the goods are not all sold. Remember you buy them at
absoultely what other merchants have to pay.
SPECIAL A new lot of those Hamburgs, IS inches wide, for corset
covers. Also Palmer Suiting for Iadies'v wash skirts in black, blue and brown
at a special price of 12 J -2c per yard.
If in need of Hosiery, remember that we have the busiest Hosiery
counter in Barre. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
J. W. VAUGHAN,
H. Z. Mills' Old Stand,
44 Northern St., - - . . . Barre, Vermont.
The Style of a
whole size smaller. That's curious,
it. Just for once try the Style of a
0XF0RD5 $2.50 ;
SPECIALS 50c MORE.
Fast Color Eyelets Used Exclusively.
Badge, McLean & Co.,
i 3 i North Main St., Barre, Vermont.
Just What You Want
For a wedding gift. We have just received a fine lot
- of Fancy Rockers, ranging in price'from $3.75 to
$6 00 each. These are well made, polished finish and
upholstered seats. You get fcll value at these prices.
A. W. Badger & Co.,
Furnitureand House Furnishings. Morse Block, Barre, Vt.
Undertakers! I.Sl.l Foneral Directors !
House, 130-21.- TELEPHONE Store, 137-11.
Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice.
Let us assume that your Shoes
fit you. Now what next ? What
is most important? Unquestion
ably style. Demand that a Shoe
shall possess style. If it has style
and little else, you want it. If it
has not style, but everything else,
you don't want it. The Style of a
"Dorothy Dodd ".is unique. It can
not be duplicated by any other ma
ker, because the "Dorothy Dodd"
is a totally different construction
from any other ladies' Shoe made.
It holds the foot firmly at the waist
that's the instep and prevents
the toes from slipping forward, thus
giving a correct poise in walking.
Yet it makes the foot look nearly a
and you won't believe it till you see
"Dorothy Dodd." Sincerely yours,
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