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lit LVmit lUlLi I li.itJ Subscriptions: One year, f 3; one mouth, 23 els; single copy, 1 cent. Mmhr of ttie Pub!Uher' Press, The lt tai telegraphic uew from il J'arU of Ibe world re recvlved by the tliy Tiuie up to tb Hour ut Kulog 'o pris. Frank K. Laugley, Pnbllnher. FnblUhed Eerr WektlT Afternoon. Kutered t the pcwtoffiee t Ustrre teoocd cin iutter. WI lESOAT, ,11 LY 13, 1903. UN 1.-1 ctj The average daiSy circulation of the Barre Daily Times lor the week ending Saturday was JC'GLES AND r! u 1 1 II T7"k g IT THT TtT iaiT.7 If " II P ft Iri, f 1 ' JA ILL JXM 'KiaS ii ' i . . Wonder. No womler a WLmun'd the creatures. She" always in search of some moth on her features. Her frnrb, 1 it's stylish, has frogs sewed upon it, A rat in her hair find a bee in her bonnet. Chicago Tribune. Toe. 2,700 copies, the largest paid circulation of any daily paper in this section. A Thousand A Day more copies of the Times are printed and sold than of any competitor in Barre. The Daily Times is the only daily in Wash ington County that pub lishes its circulation so that all readers and advertisers may know what it is. Do you have an adver tisement in it ? Carrie .Nation s first experience with a seltzer syphon Is likely to be her last, and the bar tenders of St. Paul have found one thing which will rout this strenuous reformer. It is a noteworthy undertaking which the French people of Burlington have started, to erect a monument to Samuel de Cbampltiin in their city. So important a work as the explorations of the French man in this country, and particularly this section, merits recognition In the shape of a memorial even If the time is late. Head Gear and Toe Gearl Togs and Toggery ! Today Straw Hats from 25c to $5.00 each and Open-work Socks from JOc to $1.00 per pair. From your loot up And from your head down We'll embellish your figure And improve your crown. He 1Vn Wla. "Pon't you ever speculate In the stock market?" '"No. I pet my fun out of gloating over my friends who do speculate." New York American. In Swelldom.. Little Brother Are you going to in Tile mamma to the party ? Little Sister Oh, yes, indeed: I ve heard so much about her I'm Just dying to meet her. Puck. Rogers & Grady Co., TOP TO TOE OUTFITTERS, Quinlen Building, Barre, Vermont. ABOUT THE STATE. Individual Importance. "This mighty world was mads for ma!' "Sou hear th egotist exclaim. The nnt, the cricket and the bee, If they could speak, would say the same. Buffalo News. Itemon For It, Nell You boys seem to fairly adore that pretty manicurist. Tom Well, site is "the divinity th'at shapes our ends." Philadelphia Press. VI d S3 H New and Seasonable Goods Now Being Shown I French Corset Covers with Ruffles, Batiste Corsets, Senior Shirt Waists, Gauze Lisle and Lace "Onyx" Hose, Suede Lisle and Silk Net Gloves, Priestly Mohairs and Light-weight Black Goods, Ladies' Neckwear, "Hathaway" Muslin Skirts, Drawers, Night Gowns and Ccrset Covers, "Haskell" Peau de Cygne, a hansome, serviceable, light weight Siik, suitable for Summer wear, Muslin Wrappers and Sacks, Towels, etc. L. P. a H. C. GLEASON, MontpeKe, Vt. i i $ i TU Difference. In olden tyme ye poette aanso, "He stedls but trash who steals my purse." But modern poets fain would sing. "lie steals my cash who steals verse." Baltimore News. my Like Manr Other. Sparks is quite a sprinter, The Times commends the following opinion of Associate Justice Brewer, of the United States Supreme court, to all people in this state whether thoughtful or heedless, "Every man who participates in the lynching or burning of a negro, is a murderer pure and simple." We trust that those, particularly, who are advoca ting the lynching method in Vermont, will weigh the words of a Supreme court judge carefully. On the occasion of the Prince of Wales visit to the IT. S. flagship Kearsage at Portsmouth, Kngland.the respective bands of the two parties tried to do the honors, each by playing the other s national se lection. But the Englishmen made a bad botch of the "Star Spangled Banner' which all shows, not that the Englishmen were bad musicians, but that they were sadly in need of practice, on things Amer ican. The compliment was not made dis cordant, however, even if there were some discords thrown in. ! Item of Interest lleaned From Our Exchange. Georce L. llaseltine, of Bristol, has been admitted to practice before the In terior department at Washington.' The cross receipts of the Brattleboro post ollice during the fiscal year ended June :.(', last, on postal account, were $:!-t,i;ti.S.l2, being $1,403. "3 more than for the previous fiscal year, S2,040.Gi more than two years ago, and $5,204.03 more than three years ago. A recent bulletin Issued by the United States geological survey announces that Prof. T. Nelson Dale will continue the in vestigation of areal and economic prob lems in western Vermont, and will survey the Brandon quadrangle for folio publica tion; and Prof. John J. Wollf will contin ue areal surveys in southern Vermont and New Hampshire. The returns from the druggists in Chit tenden county holding fifth-class licenses show that the total amount ot sales during June was 24!),05. The largest sale made during the month was made bv E. Freeman, of Richmond, who sold liquor amounting to $.1.02. W. 15. Iteeves, of Burlington, made no sales. 1 he report ot Washington county druggists for the month is as follows: George McGrath, Moutpelier, $13; Collins lilakely, Mont pelier, $S; V. K. Poole, Montpeliec, l-S; K, F, Peavitt, I'iainfield, f 0. Lemuel Lyon, a highly respected farm er living in naterbiny ( enter, was ar rested last Friday by Second Constable V A. lil!intham, on a charge of assault with intent to rape. The date of the as sault is given as February 28. Mr. Lyon is 40 years old, married and has a family. The complainant,! Bessie JJet'el!, is 14 years old. She attempted to commit sui cide several weeks ago. but her act was discovered before the poison took effect. Mr. Lyon was arraigned before Justice J A. Bnrieigh Saturday and bail was fixed at $1000, which he furnished. F'or the past two years two Chester boys, Frederick F. Wiley and Charles W Pollard, have been attending school at Wyoming seminary of Kingston, Pa., a small town in the heart of the coal re gions. Their success among the Pennsyl vania Dutch has, to say the least, been very unusual, and proved that good old Green Mountain blood is still the equal of any in the land. Wbeu they graduated, June 17, each was an "honor man" with a mark of over 00 tier cent to his credit for the two years; each was on the editorial staff of the school paper; each was a mem The mooted discussion of how should a person alight from an electric car, front wards or backwards, has been revived by a lady who writes to the New York Tri bune that she shall continue to get off a car backwards and run her chances of be ing thrown. It is pretty safe to assert that this particular woman has never ex perieneed the delightful sensation of being rolled gracefully on the back until the natural apex of the body comes where the ber o the exclusive senior society, Kappa feet should bo. When that experience Alpha Sigma. In addition Mr. Pollard shall have been hers will ba time enough ' th recognized leader in the musical , . . ,, . . ... .... T, life, of the school and was the leader of iui n 10 u. uu uo um B.BHu. W).,0 Mf m,ey won !s a small affair, but any day you will see tennis championship, was manager of the women alight from a moving electric car football team, was toastmaster at the with their backs in the direction in which the car is going. Result, an extremely embarrassing pose on terra firma. A little thought might save the embarrassment. The points of view from which people see a thing may make a material lot of difference in their conception of the thing viewed. This is a well-known fact and it Is not more noticeable than In North- field at the present time, where a merry discussion is going on in regard to the number of intoxicated persons who have been seen on the streets of that usually quiet town on the "night before" the Fourth. The discussion evidently started from an innocent assertion by a man who patrolled the streets of the village on the last Fourth, that there was much less in- toxlcation than on previous similar events. Now out come two other patrollers of the streets on the nights in question, who say that they never saw any intoxicated in dividuals on the streets of Northfield in the several years they have been em- ployed to guard the peace. Therefore, the presumption is that not only wera there less drunks than ordinarily last Fourth, but there must have been less than none at all, that is, judging by the assertions of the three witnesses. Undoubtedly, how ever, there was a blindness on one side or the other, an unwillingness to see the eon- ditions as they were. The Hard wick Gazette says very aptly, in another con nection, something which applies" in this case. "It is a pretty poor sort of a person that can't twist facts around so to prove to his own satisfaction at least that his own opinion is the only right one." Bings hear. Bangs Yes. lie can't be beaten running lu debt. Chelsea Gazette. LlfL5f.EEEDS' ft. -n nn.. Fin.' I. H. Mil! iOre UnU uUl.'llo! THE for Putranare PupellinK. Psalm pslngerg pseem to psatlsfy Their inner pselves when they psur-round The psinging master at his pstund And thoro psustain a psoulrul psouna. Denver News. three most Important school banquets, was president of his society, represented the soeiety in three interscholastic debates was editor-in-chief of the School Annual and won by competition the position of editor-in-chief of the weekly school paper, Nor can the wonderful success of the Chester boys be attributed to any in feriority of the school, as a glance at the Methodist Year Book shows that W yom ing seminary is the leading .Methodist conference Beminary in the world. Ver mont has good reason to be proud of the standing of her boys both at home aud abroad. Th llor-Iea U renin. 'Twas half way "twixt th eve and dawn I mot tho nionsu-r f-U (The hour, you know, when graveyards yawn And sundry folk na well). But no old fushiuned nightmare this That tore ton from my bed And over peak und grim abyss In flight prodigious oped. Ita two eyes flashed with sewn and white; Af:ir tln-y enst their gleam. Ita breath, with venom fraught and blight, Came purling forth like steam. All velvet fouled was its pace . And swifter tlmn the Kale. Ah. me, that frightful, frightful race through horror teeming vale! In vain my choking voice I raised Assistance to Invoke Till stiff with dread, by terror dazed, I suddenly awoke. Doth friuiiUa and foea, may fate forfend That you should ever fed t'pon your peaceful couch descend The Brislv nlfiht mobile. Kdwin Id. Sabin In Collier's Weekly, Reduced prices on summer wearing ap parel. It will pay yon to investigate at Fitts' store. lied need prices on Values $5.00 and f i.oO. $3.50, At Fitts'. ladies' sweaters. Special to close Another Jolt. ...i i r i in, IBM "It's awful hawd to aw-impwess a new theowy on rne bwaln, doncher know." 'That's queer. Most soft thing3 are easily Impressed." Agricultural Department to Find Ont Their Extreme Vitality. The United States department of ag riculture is making experiments for the purpose of determining the extreme vi tality of seeds, says Harper's Weekly. Over a hundred species of planta have been packed In a soil consisting of dry clay inclosed in pot3 and buried " at varying depths under ground eight seta at a depth of 0 Inches, twelve at a depth of 20 and a third set of twelve at a depth of Z'i feet At the end of 1, 2, 8, 5, 7, 10, 13, 20, 25, SO, 40 and 00 years a set from each depth will be ex humed and tested. Tho results of the experiment are likely to be of extraordinary value to agriculturists, both commercially and scientifically. Incidentally it may be recalled that authentic cases are on record which prove that certain seeds have the power of sprouting after hav ing been burled for long periods of time, reliable tests having shown that twelve out of twenty-one species havo the power of germinating after twenty years. Carry-Ik One's Own Ontfli. Before the revolution in Franca it was customary when a gentleman had been invited out to dinner to send his servant in advance with his knife, fork and spoon. If ho had no servant he carried them with him in his pocket Wrought Iron. The British museum possesses what is probably the oldest known piece of wrought iron. It was found In the pyr amid of Cheops and must be 4,000 years old. Wash Goods! Decisive reductions in fine Wash Fabrics, such as beautiful Corded Muslins, fine Batiste, Dimities, Embroidered Swiss Dots with dainty colorings, also White Goods in Leno Stripes, etc.. former prices iaj to 25c. Price to close, only JOc per yard. Fancy Black Muslins ! Ten pieces of fancy Black Muslins in lace and satin stripe, new designs, beautiful goods, former prices 25 to 35c per yard. Special price, only 20c per yard. Ladies' Wash Sfdts! Navy Blue and Black Skirts with polka dots, two rows ruf fles, trimmed with braid and mercerized straps, former prices $1.25 and $1.98. Special prices, only 9Sc and $1.48 each. To be found on special counter. The Vaughan Store, H. Z. Mills' Old Stand, 44 North MainlSU Barre, Vermont That Cures Called Humor. Between the Incendiary who fires his neighbor's barn in secret vengeance, aud the worthy who starts a "run" on a bank with malicious gossip), there is only a technical difference. Gossip with-a-purpose has too often been used to stab character and to wreck fortunes, and it Is a great pity the law cannot better reach those who employ such intangible aud insidious methods to achieve their ends. Scarcely any enterprise, or individual, no matter how deserving, is safe from the subtle dangers of the gossip-monger, and human nature so loves a morsel of such "news" that it can be relied upon to "push, along" a rumor when once it has been judiciously started. A vivid illustration of the gross injus tice such a rumor can do is seen In the "Force" Food Company's advertisement of this date, wherein a reward of $5000 is offered for the conviction of the parties who initiated the suggestion that "F'orce" was drugged.' A further offer of , $5,000 for evidence that a single package of the million sold contained anything except wheat, barley and table salt is, of course a complete ref utation of the rumor, even if the State Supervision of Fowls was not in itself ample protection. .People who love fair play in business, as well as In other matters, will read with indignation that it has cost the "Force" Food Company over $50,01)0 to publish a refutation of this "rumor" in the news papers of the United States and Canada, and, probably, as much more In loss of sales resulting from the baseless gossip which did the harm. The absurdity of the rumor Is apparent when it is known that the public has con sumed fifty million packages of "Force" without a single instance of any ill effect upon any one of the users. The "Force" Co. are evidently suffer ing tho usual penalty for success. CIVIL M VETERANS Should Read Gen. John B. Gordon's RECOLLECTIONS of THE BATTLE oi GETTYSBURG In Scribncr's foi July. Everybody should call for the Magazine or Paper they prefer at the Barre Book Store. If you do not are to bay, our RENT ING LIBRARY of Books and Magazines will furnish' you reading at little cost. JU5T TRY IT. BARRE BOOK STORE. CHAS. A. SMITH, Proprietor, Gordon Block.- 140 North Main St. OSTEOPATHY Announcement. I will be at my Office ia the Morse Block, Main St., Barre, oa Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Satur days, and in Waterbury on Tuesdays and Fridays. I shall be pleased to meet all who may be interested in this new method of therapeutics. Litera ture furnished on application. DR. R. P. EVANS, Osteopathic Physican. Hours: 0 to VI a. in. and 1.30 to 5 p. Room 4, Horse Bldg., Main St., Barre. Stfch as Yotf Will Wear Until tie Latter Part of September. They will serve you well this Summer, next Summer, and maybe the Summer after that. These swell Striped Flannel Suits are neat, dressy and cool. They have al ready outgrown the fad ; they're here to stay. The tail oring and fit are excellent just such as you would expect from your best tailor. The Pants are made extra long, to allow turning up, and are of course finished with belt straps. The Flannel Suit is the swell thing for Sum mer; there's no doubt about it. All prices up to $12.00. Moore & Owens, J 22 North Main St., Barre, Vermont. 9 Ai nit (y FAMOUS ICE CREAM , HAS NO EQUAL. JUST TRY IT. The Barre Candy liiichen. Over King's Jewelry Store, I Depot Square, 'pm Barre..' Vermont. Fine Photog'raphs! Get the Best. NEW DEPARTURE IN WALL PAPER TRADE For Barre and Vicinity. NEW GOODS direct from the factories to our store. The largest and most elegant line ever shown in central Vermont. Larger invokes received each week than are usually carried by most dealers. We dve every customer FROM THIRTY2T0 FIFTY PER CENT DISCOUNT from I 4W)u y.u.w. uivwugdic ana see icr yourselves. A full line of the BEST MIXED PAINTS, VARNISHES, etc. Lowest prices on all goods. C. A. HEATH, (Telepooue Call, 153-?,) Library Building, 10 Elm St. The Up-to-Date Wall Paper Dealer, ill v Paper! Our Poison Fly Paper will give you satisfaction. It is the kind that kills Price, 5c for ten sheets. E. A. DROWN, Prescription Druggist, 48 No. Main St.. Opp. NafI BanK.