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I Souvenirs of Barre l
The largest line of SILVER SPOONS, SEMINARY. SCHOOLS, H
BURNS MONUMENT, QUARRY, STONE SHEDS, Etc., Etc. H
& Souvenir Pottery in tfreat variety of de-
M siijn. See our window. di
J. W. HOLTON,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN,
Mileage Books to Rent on All PoaJs.
SMOKED
"ou
UP-TO-DAF. FIVE
O. C. Taylor Sc Co., Props., Burlington, Vt.
What Good is a Watch
If It Don't Keep Time?
Perhaps yours is not running as it should. Suppose
you bring it to us We will make it run right. If we
cannot do it no one can,
FRED
T L e - T - Tl
ICE CREAM
That is Out of Sight
WHERE? Just around the corner
on Keith Ave., at L. B. DODGE'S.
Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry,
d and white lights at the door.
Good Things to
Everything in the Market line that is good. Our cus
tomers are our best advertisers, for we please them,
Let us please you. Prices right.
M. W. SCRIBNER,
A. Tomasi Block,
Corner North Alain and Merchant Sts., Barre, Vt.
te oa
A LARGE VARIETY OF
Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons
JUST ARRIVED.
m me otitic vdpuui,
I Burns Monument,
1 Goddard Seminary,
A Fine Line of Articles in Silver and Cut Glass Suitable t
1V1 llVUUUlg
F. E. BURR & CO.,
I Jewelers and
Telephone 10-21. . No.
'fa
Hale's Block, North Main St. &
- GENT QGAR.
HOBBY'9
and we'll tell you why.
KING,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
If Tlis Dss't Look' Quite Rifli
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, failing in that, have ns 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,
Jeweler and
Stationer,
170 North Main St., Burre, Vermout.
Eat
Spatilding High School,
State Seal, Stone Shed,
Barre Granite Quarry.
IWOWiWJ.
Opticians,
85 North Main St., Barre, Vt
THE BABRE DAILYTIMES
S VI l li D AT, Jl LY a.,, J93.
THE I'Ht ST THING A MAX
wouM do if he bad a chance to live his life
ajain would be to take luore insurance.
The next would be to take it here. 04th
year doing business in 5 states.
The National Life Insurance Company
of Vermont (Mutual.) OIIGANIZED in
IS.'jO. S. S. Ballard, General Agent, X. 15.
Ballard, Ixeal Agent, Rooms 2 and 3,
Miles Block, Barre, Vt. .
TALK OF THE TOWS.
Good cooks want Wi,e King Flour lor
Bread.
Call at the Vermont Fruit Store for
fresh fruit and ice cream. O. II. Hale
block.
A tenement la the D. M. Miles cranite
building will be vacated August 1 and Is
for reut.
Remember that 40 cent caudy In full
pound buxes for 2!) cents at the Bed Cross
i'harmacy today.
All people desiring a safe and profitable
home investment should subscribe now
for the capital stock of The Peoples' Na
tional bank.
An auction sale Is to be held this
afternoon and evening at 2 and 7 o'clock.
One F.stey organ in line condition, one
mantle bed with large mirror in front, cost
4:J, and a large line of furniture. Must
be sold at the city auction rooms on the
above date. O. II. Hale, auctioneer.
Kilward Herlewn Irish Trooya.
Dublin, July 4. King Edward re
Tlewed 15.000 troops and 5,000 men ol
the naval brigade in I'uceulx park. Th
weather was most favorable, brlghl
sunshine permitting the wearing ol
summer costumes and the consequent
color effect. When the ground was
packed by tens of thousands of specta
tors it made by far the most brilllan
scene of the many witnessed Blnce theli
majesties arrival in Dublin. It was
the largest muster of troops ever seer
at a review in Ireland. The Duke ot
Connaugrht was in command.-
Entom1eil Miner Recaed.
Mahnnoy City, Pa., July 2-1. Still
alive, though in a complete state ol
exhaustion, John Nacavage, one of the
men believed to have perished In a
rush of water at Ellungowan colliery
n Wednesday was found by rescuers
When the water broke through intc
breast No. 15 Nacavage was swept int
a heading above the water level. Hlf
fellow miner has not been found.
Alexander Lynch, I'eter Kleckner
Matthew Chetlnskl and Michael Yon
coski are Still entombed.
Yanderbilta Feted by l(asluii.
St. Petersburg, July 24. Mr. and
Mrs. Cornelius Vandorbilt during theii
stay here received much attention
They were dined by the Grand Duk
Boris at the imperial palace. Granc
Duke Vladimir was among the maij
notable persons present. Mr. and Mrs
Vanderbilt were also entertained a
dinner by the Grand Duke Michael
ortch, and they gave a luncheon tc
Grand Duke Boris and other members
of the imperial family on board theii
yacht, the North Star.
(miner (.til ventou I.nnnehed.
Richmond, Va.. July 24.The milset
Galveston, which was under eonstrvc-
tlon when he Trigg shipyards went
into the hands of a receiver, has been
Successfully launched. Miss Ella Seliij
of Galveston acted as sponsor. Th(
only government official prpsent was
Assistant Naval Constructor Groebeek.
Are you about to build? If so see that
your builder's contract has a clause pro
viding that the structure shall be erected
ly union labor which will insure you of
good work and a job completed without
delay. Per order Union 481, Carpenters
auu joiners oi America. A. li. Lane,
secretary.
Glasses fitted by an eye sight specialist
at j. v. iioiton's.
If tired of paying rent, read the ad. of
the I). A. Perry Real Estate Agency on
page .
SCYTHES
SNATHS,
FORKS
and all kinds of
Haying Tools!
PHELPS
BROTHERS,
134 North Main Street.
Barre, ' - - Vermont.
WHITE STAR
Steam Laundry
Offices!
HALE BLOCK, PEARL ST.
GRANITE STREET.
Work called for Mondays and Wed
nesdays and delivered Thursdays and
Saturdays. Telephone connection.
TIME I3JHE TEST.
The Testimony of Barre People
Stands the Test.
The test of time is what tells the tale.
"A new broom sweeps clean," but will it
wear well is what interests most. The
pnblic soon And out when misrepresenta
tions are made anrt merit alone will stand
the test of time. Barre peop;e ppreciate
merit, and many months sgo loeal citizens
puQiiciy endorsed i Joan's Kidney rills.
They do so still. Would a citizen make
the statement which follows uoleos con
vinced tint the article was juf.t as repre
sented? A cure that latsts Is the kind
that every sufferer Iwa kidney Ills is
looking tor. all
V. A. Churchill, contractor and builaer.
residence 40 Merchant utret t, sxys: 1 gave
an endorsement for publication In our
Barre papers io the wHitor of which
stated that Doan's Kidney Pills, sold at
K. A. Drown's drugstore, had acted with
me as represented, and I reoommended
them to any retidoot needing a remedy
lor his Kidneys, binee that tuna I have
had no reason to chanije iny opinion and
you are welcome to again ue my original
endorsement so that others may know
w bat to do li annoyed with a steady pain
across the back l;ke I had for two years
one that prevented me from remaining- in
any position for any length of time, which
was always noticeable in the morning and
caused me annoyance to dress myself for
which I used physicians' treatment and a
great many medicines, but never received
any permanent benefit. I cannot remem
ber whether I took two or three boxes,
but this I know: 1 have never had occa
sion to use the preparation since."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
altto agents for the United States. Re
member the name Doan's and tak e no
othtr.
Oil-Smelter-IMines!
Douglas, Lacey & Co.,
BANKERS, BROKERS, FISCAL AGENTS.
M embers N . Y. Consol 'ted Stock Exchange
66 Broadway & 17 New St.,
NEW YORK.
Dividend-Paying Mining, Oil and Smelter
Stocks, Listed and Unlisted, our Specialty.
Send for a booklet, "About OarselTea,"
Riving our successful plan for realizing;
the large Interests ami profits of legiti
mate Mining, Oil and Smelter invest
ments. . Western New England Branch :
C. BALDWIN HAM MITT, MANAGER,
H tADQUARTIBS :
SWITE 60, 61 & 69 H ILLS BLOCK,
HARTFORD, CONN.
Bane -Hontpelier Agency:
Suite 55, Miles' Block,
M. II. Hughes, Manager.
A. W. KEENE
VOICE CULTURE AND
ARTISTIC SINGING.
AUXILIARY STUDIES IX
Harmony, Analysis and Aesthetics.
IX BARRE FOR THE SUMMER OXLY.
Information of Earl SI. Lewis.
Studio, North Main Street, Corner Granite St.
Boston Studio, - - - 1 79 Tremont St.
TRIO
THE WORLD'S GREATEST
PIANOS
"PACKARD," "STARR,"
" RICHMOND."
Although quality is the highest, my prices
are very low. For terms, etc., address
J.P.DONOVAN,
MUSIC MERCHANT, MONTFELIEF, VT.
BLUE RIBBON
5c CIGAR.
Union Hade. Sold by Everybody.
We also carry a full line of
HECKER'S CIGARS
at the old stand. Will be glad
to see vou at eifhtr store.
F. O...MARRI0N,
Union Cigar Store. Corner Ggar Store,
SOUTH END HOTEL
FORMERLY WINDSOR HOUSE,
BROWN & MURPHY, Proprietors.
Rooms at reasonable rates.
Excellent Dining-room and
Cafe. Main street car at
quarter of every hour goes
by the door. Three min
utes from the post-office.
59 Soath Main Street.
Telephone Call, 46-2.
A
TTA
Barry &
LEWIS'
Veterinary Hospital
Opposite Depot Square.
Arthur H. H. Lewis,
V. S., D. V. S.
. Located in the Dr. G. B.
Nichols' barn. Open night and
day.
Patients receive scientific treat
ment. Every operation known
to the veterinary profession
performed.
Don't Believe
What we tell you about our goods.
Come to the store and convince your
self. If run down, try our SARSAFA
F.1LLA. If troubled with a cough,
try our guaranteed SYRUP OF TERE
BENL If thirsty, try our ICE COLD
SODA. We have a full line of Drugs
and Medicines. Prices right always.
J. H. McARTIIUR,
Pharmacist, - - East Barre, Vt.
!E KEEP MOVING.
Our stock by underselling all competitors
in Diamond" Kings, Tins, Brooches and
other articles of Jewelry, Our reputation
for flue goods, low prioes and honorable
dealing doea the business for us, and we
endeavor to live up to our name. Alwas
carry a large, complete and elegant stock.
Every article warranted as represented.
Flue Repairing and Kngraving-
E. O. HOLMES,
Jeweler and Optloian,
Cordon Block, Barre, Vermont.
SHORES & KENERSON,
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Over National Bank, - - Bane, Vt.
Fine work promptly executed.
Our prices are low for first-class
work. Call and see us.
Hew Watertown Wagons
Carload just receivf-d. Good line straight
through. If you waut a good Wagon come
In and look them over. 1 'rices right.
H. F. CUTLER,
Livery and Feed Stable, Rear City Hotel.
-t a.. tt
ELECTRIG WIRING
j Electric Heaters,
I Electric Fixtures,
j Electric Snpplies.
standarFEectric CO.,
f H. G. BEJOiETT,
f . F. W. NICHOLS,
I 5
I 109 North Main St., Barre.
u I
T
Few Word
About the
:'xt Union Label.
Open the oven door of any "Built to Bake"
Household Range an J Inside you'll find the
label of the Iron Moulders' Union. Every union H
man knows what that little slip of paper means, II
and to those who don't we will say that it is a
guarantee of good workmanship and good
material.
Household
ranges are union made from start to finish and
the Household malera were first to adopt the
union label.
Williams, Dealers ia Furnit ire.
jlMWIVFIRlal
COAL
Stove, Egg and Nut,
Grate Coal, -
Lehi Egg and Stove,
$7.90
7.70
8.40
These prices are for CASH
only. Do not forget that there
is a rise of ten cents per ton on
coal each month.
MORSE & JACKSON,
COAL. AND WOOD,
Tel., 137-21. '266 North Main St.
D. & II. Coal
Screened Clean
Stove, Egg and Nut, - $7.90
Grate, 7.70
We sell and deliver 2000
pounds for a ton.
D. M. MILES.
Goal, Wood, Coke!
Hard Coal, all sizes.
A No. i Smithing Coal.
Hard and Soft Wood.
Calder & Richardson,
Successors to
G. I. Jackson & Co.,
Depot Square, - - Barre, Vt.
WOOD, WOOD
The place to buy Wod of all kinds. A
large stock of Chair Wood, No. 1 beat
Block Wood, Mixed Soft and Hard Wood
and Kindling Wood.
MOVING AND JOBBING.
I am prepared to do all kinds of moving
and Jobbing at fifty cents per honr for two
horses and a man.
L. J. BOLSTER.
(Tel. Call 152-8.)
283 So. Main St, Barre, Vermont.
Block Wood,
Limb' Wood-and -Chair
Waste
For sale for cash. Orders may
be left at Thwing Bros' boxes.
Arthur S. Martin,
Phone 204-8. -
43 Park St.
BARRE CITY
Commercial and
Collecting Agency.
All bills will receive special attention and
remittances made as soon as collected.
E. C. FRENCH, Manager,
Rooms 2 and 3, - -
Gordon Block.
HAIR GOODS.
Mrs. C. S. Meaker, 40 .ToflVrson St., my airent,
will lie cliKl to furnish llaircioods, Wit's, Front
1 incest, Switches, etc., if not In Mock, t ohort
notice from ;ny Manchester store. Tliankinjr
the pulillc for their liberal patronise in the
Past ami soliciting a continuanr of the same
In the future for my ai;eiit ami mvself, I am
jours with all rocMcct, t4. m" OltK.

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