Subscriptions: One year, i; on montii,
25 els; single copy, 1 cent.
Members of The Puh'lshers' Press. Tie lt
at tlfrrhio new Irura ail farta (it the
worM are received by the kity 'liuice n to
tilt nour il going to rs.
Frank K. LsdkIct. I'ol.l'.nher.
Fublithed Eer? VekiIT AItriioon.
Holered si the ponwrru-e ut K&rrs M
SATl KOAY, JI LY S5, 1903.
' Thfl avpraca daily circulation of the
Barre Daily Times for the seek ending j
copies, the largest paid circulation of any
daily paper in this section.
Arc You In It?
The Daily Times carries considerably
more advertising than any other
daily In Washington county. It gets
higher rates for it, too, because The
Times has the largest circulation. Is
your advertisement in The Times?
The Times originates, the others fol
low, excepting only when it comei to
telling circulation daily to all. The
Times circulation books, press room
and all else open to your Inspection,
Barre end Qulney have joined hands
for two days, and the results of the meet
ings cannot help being beneficial to each.
Undoubtedly points in the granite business
. can be gained by each, and, at least, no
harm will come from this Interchange of
ideas. Barre will be pleased to repay the
YVeherby designate the bald top of
Rock Bandar In Lake Champlain as the
only (it place for the editor of the Burling
ton Clipper and -such ilk. There the
irascible and cholerio Hays may meditate
to his heart's content on "My Little World,
aud How Admirably I Conduct It." Bnt
let the rape fiend -'vamoose" the Island.
If you are going where THEY
are, we have what you want.
They will judge your "qual
ity " by the quality of your dress.
Gothes need a rest. Give your
Suit a day off and it will last
twice as long.
If you get off without all you
want, remember the mail and
express are our agents. You ad
dress us and we'll dress you.
Rogers & Grady Co.,
TCF TO TOE OUTFITTERS,
Quinkn Building, Barre, Vermont.
Mr. Hedges to make an assertion that he
was away on government business and In
reality to be away on a private transac
tion and to be receiving his daily stipend
for that. But the general publics thinks
differently and demands a thorough purg
ing of the whole rotten mess.
ABOUT THE STATE.
and Marble company, east of the village.
The product will be bent to New York tor
inflection ana if it proves acceptable to
parties there the tiuarry Ik HI be worked to;
its full capacity at once.
While Evan Evans was travelling by
automobile near St. Johnsbury recently
the machine broke down a short distance
beyond fct. Johnsbury, aud in repairing it
his hands and part tt his clothing were
covered with gasoline. hen he tried to
light the gasoline jet to start up, the flame
caught the gasoline on his hands and cloth
ing and he was badly hurued Delore tie
was able burned before he was able to ex
tinguish it. Soon after the accident Mr.
Evans took the machine into St. Johns
bury and so'.d it.
Royal F. White, of Randolph, was the
victim of a peculiar accident Friday in
which he came near losing his head while
retaining his presence of mind, lie was
drawing hay into A. B. Tewk.sbury's barn
and w hile he was standing on the barn
i floor and reaching in between the cart and
the barn to pick up the scattered hay, the
horses started and the hay rack caught
him under the right ear, crushing his
head agaiust the partition of the barn.
Fortunately, the horses stopped as sudden
ly as they had started, aud Mr. White
came out of his dangerous situation w ith
no worse Injuries than severe bruises, but
he hasn't been a subject for photography
During the severe thunder storm of last
weeks, the wife of Alexauder Couter
marsh, who lives on the East hill, Chel
was struck by lightning while frying
doughnuts aud had a very narrow escape
from sudden death. The bolt, it seems,
struck the gable end of the house, going
through into the chamber, where it tore
things up gererally; struck Mrs. Cotiter
marsli's corset Bteel3 and passed down her
rijjht ieg; after which it tore a hole of two
or three inches under the cellar door.whleh
was directly back of her. The lightning
burned a strip about two Inches wide from
where it left the corset steels to the ankle.
Dr. F. II. Godfrey was summoned. She
had regained consciousness when he
reached her, but was in a very critical
condition. She is still unable to use her
right limb, but in time is expected to fully
recover. It was a pretty close can.
I At the BUSY
Si ORE, f
5 8 IF!
There Are Many Attractions Just Now.
Summer Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery, Neckwear,
Shirt Waists, Beits, Fans, Ribbons, Muslins, Wash
Skirts, Waistings, Petticoats, etc, etc., in the newest
styles and in great variety.
Also bargains in Suits, Garments, Skirts, Dress
Goods, Lace Curtains and many other gods that
must be closed cut this month. We can save you
'money on anything in our line.
i L. P. (& H. C. GLEASON, Montpelief, Vt. gj
JINGLES AND JESTS.
And She Warn One.
"Although h's (lull, he said last night
A real good thing," said I'rue.
"It simply fulfil me with deiixht:
'Twiis 'Peach and bimiue for two.' "
Her Only Chance.
Young Striker Do you believe In
Unions, Miss Oldone?
SJisst Oldone This is so sudden.
Life. ' -
The Same Old Game.
A correspondent writing to theSwanton
Courier says that Vermont is uow filled
with "quarrelling and fighting barrooms,"
and that the state will not "resume her
. sway" until the vote of February 3, 1U03,
is changed. It is needless to say, perhaps
that the correspondent wrote that com
munication from Stony Mountain, Mani
toba, from the top of which, presumably,
a bird's-eye view of the quarrelling and
righting bar-rooms could be seen.
Item of Interest Gleaned From Our
Albert J. Lavine aged 62 years of Leb
anon, N. II., and Mrs. Augusta White,
acred 0 years, a widow with babe in arms.
went to Burlington Thursday, where they
were married in the city court room by
JndL'e Hawkins. The bride's father aud
mother were present during the ceremony.
George Sargent of Chicago has been su-
perluteiidincr the quarrying or some speci
men blocks of marble from the recently re
opened ouarrv of the Middlebury I.lme
HAY FEVER ABOLISHED.
A negro was lynched in South Carolina
on suspicion that he knew where a mur
dererer was secreted. The offence is grave
enough to warrant hanging a "nigger" in
Tilluian'g state any time. Randolph Her
ald and News.
And another Negro was lynched in Ar
kansas day before yesterday because it
was alleged that he was "implicated" in
shooting a man. Still the devilish work
goes on, aud the wonder is where' it will
Another otu a th? jiostoifiue depart-
''- 4m reffiCW!) Rndagaiu
the public is treated to the elJ
tails of misconduct, Charles Hedges, su
perlntendentol the free delivery system,
is the latest victim to his own greed, tliat
is. the latest one to be discovered. How
many others there are yet to be uncovered
and their misdoings shown up to the
world it is not possible to say. It is cer
tain, however, that the end is not yet. la
deed the man just removed says that he
knows personally of 20 others who have
been doing as he has done aud who have
considered it no wrong. Such assertions
lead one to think that the standard of right
aud wrong may easily be badly warped, in
. fact, warped so that wrong may appear
right. The particular charges against
Hedges are that he deliberately falsified
his diary and that he loaned his travelling
commission. It may not be wrong for
Relief for This Malady Discovered by
Medical Science Breathe Hyomci.
One Wy to Itlse. .
"Old Jones made a rise in the world
"You don't sny so?"
"I do. They're a-swingln' him to that
hickory limb yonder, an' be'il git tbar
if the rope don't break." Atlanta Con
"He aays ho kin swlra ten knots an
hour. I wonder kin he untie dat
many." New York American.
The GRANITE SAVINGS BANK
and TRUST CO.
GRANITE BLOCK, MAIN ST., BARRE, VERMONT.
For Saturday and Monday.
In every department of the store you will find a grand list
of trade-winning bargains. There are many hot, sultry days yet.
to come this Summer and you will appreciate one of our light
weight Two-piece Suits made of sheer lawns and percale.
All our JI.J9 Two-Fiece Suits markd at.... J'3g
All our 1.75 Two piece Suits marked at "
All our 2.25 Two piece Suits marked at ' ' i'o
Four White P. K. Suits, black dob. former price $2.50, sizes 32, 33 and 42. only
Five dozen Ladies' Union Suits, our 50 cent leader, for
Saturday and Monday 39c each. Only 2 to each customer.
One lot of Lace and Embroidered Hose for Ladies, value
25c per pair, Saturday and Monday J9c per pair.
Bv exDress Friday, two dozen Ladies' Light-weight Walk-
j " . . . . ,1 , 1 j
en... ki.,,-b- kln Kin, mived. trrav ana Drown, sotu
kjriil 1.3 1 1 uiavivj u' n . j wiu- .... , D v
the season as a leader at $3 75. Price now,
on second floor. You are always welcome.
The Vauehan Store!
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $27,949.74
STATEMENT JULY I, 1903
Loans and Discounts,
Stocks and Bonds,
Cash on hand and in banks, 144,176.61
Capital Stock, $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits, 27,949.74
Dividend capable July 1, '03, 1,500.00
Dividends unpaid 15.00
Aiming the important additions made to
medical science in recent years, none Is
more notable than the positive announce
ment of a cure for hay fever.
While this disease is not regarded as fa
tal, it is eertaiaiy a most distressing mal
ady, aud IX anything oan be devised to
cure it, a great boon will be conferred
upon the human race.
Exhaustive exueriments with" Jlyomei
proves that this treatment will prevent ?U
attacks ot hay rever if used two or three
weeks before the annual appearance of!
the disease nd that it may be relied upon, I
It ufld'J faithfully after the 'lipase Las!
begun, to relieve, at 0UCQ nnti aiIor a
Elekert & Wells have sold hundreds of
Ilyomel outiits for the treatment of dis
eases of the respiratory organs under the
agreement to refund the money it Hyoiuei
did not afford releif.
In sellintr Ilvomei for the cure ot hay
f vir- Uieket & Wells will continue this
pniiitable nlan. and want all who are sub
ject to this distressing maiauy to uegui us
use at once, with the understanding that
if it does not give satisfaction, the pur
chase nrice is to be refunded.
. . .
Stomach dosins cannot, cure nay lever.
A chance ot climate is the only treatment
that has heretofore aborted an attack, and
llyomei, which is breathed through
neat nocket inhaler coming with every
outfit, acts urnn this principle, eivinii in
vour own home a climate like that of the
White Mountaliia or other health resorts.
JOHN TROW, President. H. 0. V0RTRES, Vice President. H. G. WOODRUFF, Treasurer
Directors: JOHN TROW, H. 0. W0RTHEN, A. D. MORSE, C.kL CURRIER,
W, A, WHITCOMB, FRANK f. CAVE.
This bank receives accounts subject to check and pays three per cent interest Ch
time deposits. Drafts issued on Loudon and the principal European points.
DON'T YOU BUY HERE
FOR SPOT CASH?
It these prices interest you give us a trial
Over King's Jewelry Store,
Price per Box,
Twelve boxes for
TKree tins of Peas or Corn for 25c
Rund Steak from Western Beef, per pound . 1 5c
Western Beef Roasts, per pound 12 to 16c
Fresh-made Beef Sausage. three pounds for. . 30c
Fresh-made Pork Sausage, Link or Bag,
' three pounds for 3 0c
Fresh Native Fowls, per pound 1 8c
Fresh Native Spring Chickens, pet pound " . . 25c
Native Pig Pork Roasts per lb. . . 1 2 1 -2 to 1 4c
Native Pig Chops, per pound 12 1-2 to He
Hind Legs of Mutton, per pound. 1 7c
Fore Legs of Mutton, per pound 1 2c
Wax Beans, 5c per quart or five quarts for. 20c
Cucumbers, 4c each or seven f or . . 25c
New Beets, per bunch 6c
New Carrots, per bunch 8e
Rhubarb. 3c rer round or tea pounds for. . . 25c
Native Tomatoes. 13c or two pounds for... 25c
New Potatoes, per peck 4 Oe
Twenty-pound keg of Pickled Tripe for 80c
Special prices on all Cut Meats
OT. J. McGOWAN,
Telephone ' Connection. South Main Street, Barre, Vt.
BARRE SAVINGS BANK & TRUST GO. Native Spring Lamb
CHESSER & BIRD,
' (TELEPHONE CONNECTION)
North Main Street. Meats and Provisions.
OFFICE IN BOLSTER BLOCK, BARRE, VT.
Vz percent Paid on Deposits. Began business Feb. 27, '93
1 HFKRY I VCKS0N, President. GEORGE ROWLAND, Vice President. F. G. H0WLAND, Treas.
Kiidorr I HENRY JACKSON. GEORGE HOWLAND, BURT H. WELLS, HOMER FITTS.
B A EASTMAN, E. W. B1SBEE, W. G. REYNOLDS, E0PGE MILNE,
F. G. KOWLAND.
First Class Real Estate Mortgages, 5 per cent
Real Estate Loans, all
Loans to cities and towns
U. S. 2 per cent. Bonds
Other U. S. Bonds
Bank Stock at par
Funds on hand
STATEMENT JULY 1, 1U03.
Catrital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus Fund 5,000.00
Undivided Profits 7,255.66
Dividends tincaid 972.00
And GRtCN PEAS. Leave your orders. We also have
a nice lot of Native Fowls, String Beans, Cucumbers,
Squash, Cabbage, Bunch Beets, Carrots, etc. Also Wat
ermelons, Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Cantaloupes, etc.
PARKER . TASSIE,
But not too hot to wear Trousers. Can't go with
out your coat and vest during the Summer months
unless your Trousers are all right, and with rips and
tears and wrinkles and soiling a man needs a liberal
supply. ' Trousers in light-weight cassimeres, serges
and worsteds from $2.00 to $6.00. Also Outing
Trousers of flannel, crashes, etc., with belt straps
and ample turn-ups at the bottom, from $2.50 to
$4.00. Come here with your Trouser wants.
Moore & Owens,
J 22 North Main St., Barre, Vermont.
20 North Main St.
Not a Saturday Bargain
But a REAL Bargain!
For Friday and Saturday, July 24th and 25th, we are going to
sefl A HOUSEHOLD THERMOMETER FOR 10 CENTS. This is
an 8-inch Thermometer and registers to 50 degrees below zero.
You will need one a little later. Buy it now and save money.
48 No. Main St.,
Opp. Nafl BanK.
II DEPARTURE IN ILL 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 invoices
received each week than are usually carried by most dealers. We give
every customer FROM THIRTY TO FIFTY PER CENT DISCOUNT from
regular prices. Investigate and see for yourselves. A full line of the
BEST MIXED PAINTS, VARNISHES, etc. Lowest prices on all goods.
C. A. HEATH,
(Telepoone Call, 155-3)
Library Building, 10 Elm St. The Up-to-Date Wall Paper Dealer.
We ilwuld be plvawd w o wlu' w,tU uUl
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