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THE gSUHE DAILY Tli"S
Sab?or!jtlim: One year, f 3; one month,
25 ct; EJiwla oopy, 1 cent.
Members of the Publishers' Press. The lat
est tcinrmphio t(i (roiu all iit or lat
world rts rerelve-d by th Lfti.y I uue p to
tb Dour of Stnax to press.
Frwik K. LanKley, Publisher.
Pnbll.hwl Kery Weekday Afternoon.
Entered t lbs pcntoftloe at Barre
clss matter.
second
t lilDAT. JILT 31, 1003
The average dally circulation of the
Barre Dally Time for the wek ending
Saturday was
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2,704
onj.ies, the largest paid circulation of any
daily j'ftyer 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 comes to
telling circulation daily to all. The
Times circulation books, press room
and all else open to your inspection
The Last Day of
JULY
The golden Jubilee of the Catholic dio-
, cese of Burlington appears to have been
very brilliant affair, true to its name.
A Iiutlnnd man has perfected a fuel
which, on the first tost, showed a decider
superiority over anthracite coal in the
amount consumed, the same proportion o
each being used. The new fuel burned
eight hours and fortv minutes, while the
anthracite burned four hours and fifty
minutes. The Ilutland man is to be con
gratuteted in getting around the coal
trust.
The "suicide of the wealthiest fanner
in Caluis" leads the Manchester, X. II.
Union to do, a little moralizing on how tho
poor condition of crops atiects the "poorest
farmer" in Calais," and it comes to the
conclusion that the poor farmer, accus
touted to adversity, takes the situation
philosophically simply because be has to,
The Union runs on as follows and its de
ductions are quite Interesting, "It is like
ly that the crop situation is about the same
iifall sections of Calais, and reading of
i the troubles of the town's wealthiest farm
er, inspires wonder as to the outlook of its
poorest farmer. It is likely, however, that
he will keep plugging along as usual, even
if he does lose his crops, and will not wor
ry nearly as much as his more successful
townsman did. Looking upon losses phil
osophically appears to be easier for the
poor than for the rich; peihaps because
they do not lose so much ; yet the propor
tiou of their losses is as great. Then
again there is something in getting used
to things and conditions even to ad
versity."
The Times notes with pleasure that
decision has been reached to send a rifle
team of Vermont militiamen to Seagirt,
X. Y., to participate in the Xatloral Kifle
competition. Whether or not the Ver
mont team wins will be a small matter.
compared with the benefits of the compe
tition, although, of course, it would be
gratifying if the Vermont boys were able
to bring back a trophy for excellence in
marksmanship, lint putting that out of
the reckoning, the advantages with rifle
men from other National Guards would be
beyond question. More recently the Ver
mont militia has been giving considerable
attention to rifle competition, and the re
sults are noteworthy, la Company E of
this city the standard of excellence in that
line is hih, in fact, as high as that of any
company In the regiment. To be able to
shoot straight is one of the prime requis
ites of a soldier. Without that ability
troops might as well enter engagements
unequipped with rifles for the pieces
would be useless. As The St. Albans
Messenger says: "Today the militiaman
makes a serious business of soldiering and
the country may perhaps reap the beuefit
of It all In an hour least expected. At all
events under modern conditions of warfare,
a soldier is not worth the room he occu.
pies in the ranks if he cannot shoot
straight."
A Star Art lat.
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Xt-w York llcrald.
And we are going to turn things
upside down in our Clothing De
partment. The end of Summer
is coming. We want to close
out all our thin goods and to do
this quickly we nuke a big mark
down. Now this simple state
ment of facts will impress the
thoughtful ones more than a full
page of exaggerations. Here's
what we've done to Men's Suits:
All $ S.00 Suits now $ 3.90
All 7.50 and $3.00 Suits now 5.98
All 10.00 Suits now: 7.98
All 12.00 Suits new 9.98
All 13.50 and $15.00 Suits... 11.98
All 16.50 and 18.00 Suits. . . 13.98
All 20.00 and 22.00 Suits. . . 16.98
All this season's goods and
guaranteed satisfactory or your
money back at any time.
Rogers & Grady Co.,
TOP TO TOE OUTFITTERS,
Quinlen Building, Barre, Vermont.
JINGLES AND JESTS.
What Jonah Failed to See.
Jonah was gmmlilin- audibly.
"Yes," be remarked, "it's true I did
have a little episode with a whale, but
I never saw a pea serpent."
Grieving that be should compare so
ill with the moderns, he went on his
way lamenting. New York Tribune.
Wnatrd Effort.
"Have you ever made any effort to
pet -work '"
"Yes, indeed," nnswervd Meandering
Hike. "I once got work fur free differ
ent member of uiy family, but none of
ra would take It." Washington Star.
Tbe Mathematics of It.
She lia . fifteen million dollars
I la cel in bonds and shares and rents;
He had fifteen million dollars.
So they merged their sentiments.
Now they've raised a son who's valued
At exactly thirty cents.
-New York Commercial Advertiser.
Now is a Very favorable Time
To Buy Dress Goods and Silks
At the Busy Store, Montpelier.
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You will find August Bargains in every de
partment of our Store. A special sale ot
Tailored Suits just now at very low prices.
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The GRANITE SAVINGS BANK
and TRUST CO.
GRANITE BLOCK, MAIN ST., BARRE, VERMONT.
Capita! Stock, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $27,949.74
STATEMENT JULY 1, J 903
Loans and Discounts,
Stocks and Bonds,
Banking House,
Real Estate,
$713,815.98
211,700.00
12,500.00
7,104.17
Cash on hand and in banks, 144,176.61
ABOUT THE STATE.
Items ot Interest denned From Our
Exchanges.
Thomas Rivard. of Newport, son of
-evier ivivard, disappeared from home
Jhnrsday morning, July 2:.J, and no trace
of Win has yet been found. He was de
mented somewhat the day before, caused
by hemorrhage of the head. lie is about
2-j years old and unmarried.
The preliminary survey of the Benninc-
ton & North Adams electric railroad was
begun yesterday at North Adams. The
surveys are to be completed as soon as
possible when delinite steps will be taken
to complete the road between here and
iNorth Adams, beveral Uennington capit
alists are among the incorporators.
II. W. Mclntyre, of liandolnh. has in
ins omce a unique relio in the shane of
weather vane that is nearly one hundred
years old. 1 his weather vane was put on
the Grange county grammar -school nearlv
one hundred years ago when the school
was dedicated in JS00 and is in cood con
dition today. For sentimental rnrnoses
this same relio is to he placed on the new
school building at Randolph Center. The
ornamental staff of the weather vane was
hand-forged and at that time must have
been an excellent piece of work.
Rounding out the golden autumn of mar
ried life, Mr. and Sirs Wendell W. Wil
liams, formerly of Rochester, are passing
iiuiei,uappy .ays at me nome oi their son,
rr.uwaru u. imams, 219 f arrlnirton St..
ouaston, Mass., says an exchange. It
is probable that Mr. and Mrs. Williams
noiu the record for New England of lent?-
married couples. A few weeks ago the
palm was awarded a Vermont counle who
had been joined in wedlock (15 years but
Mr. and Mrs. Williams can eo this record
four years better and if both live till April
o oi nexi year, iney win observe the 70th
anniversary of their weddidg.
CUjr of Mexico.
When the white man first reached the
City of Mexico it lmd 300,000 inhabit
ants, probably more than the entire
population of the North American continent.
OSTEOPATHY
Announcement.
will be at my Office in the Horse
lock, Main St., Barre, on Mondays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days, and in Watcrbury on Tuesdays
and Fridays. I shall be pleased to
meet all who may be interested in this
new method of therapeutics. Litera-
ure furnished on application.
DR. R. P. EVANS,
Osteopathic Physiao.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. in. and 1.80 to s r. m.
Room 4, Morse BIdg,, Main St.. Barre.
LOTS FOR
BUSINESS PURPOSES
On North Main St.
1 have two lots on No. Main
St., each with 47 feet frontage
and a depth of 75 feet, which I
will lease for a short or long
term of years for business pur
poses. A good location. tor
terms and particulars apply to
$1,089,296.76
Capital Stock, . $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits, ' 27,949.74
Dividend papable July 1, '03, 1,500.00
Dividends unpaid 15.00
Deposits, $1,009,832.02
$1,089,296.76
JOHN TROW, President. H. 0. W0RTHEN, Vice President. H. G. WOODRUFF, Treasurer
Directors: JOHN TROW, H. 0. W0RTHEN, A. D. MORSE. C. L. CURRIER,
W. A. WHITC0MB, FRANK F. CAVE.
This bank receives accounts subject to cheek and pays three per cent interest ou
time deposits. Drafts issued on London and the principal European points.
"Tlie People's fMijiaLBank of Barre,
Capital Stock, - $100,000.
Subscriptions for above Stock,
Par Value - - - i 00.00 Per Share,
Will bs received by Miss Keith at Prindle & Averili's
for a limited time. Infoimation and application blanks
may be obtained of any of the following named gentlemen,
INCORPORATORS.
CW.Melcher, S. D. Allen, Chas. W. Averill, F.D.Ladd,
W. D.Smith, A.J.Young, L. J. Bolster, F.N. Braky, IraCCafef.
M&. 1 but SL Jf 1IJ KK AJ PJfHHKm
Splendid Bargain for Saturday.
Make your preparations now to attend this sale. It means
a great saving to you.
Ten pieces Satin Taffeta Ribbon, all pure silk, No. 60, in
pink, blue, navy, black and white, to be sold Saturday at about
half price. While they last, only JOc per yard.
Ten pieces Plain Taffeta Ribbon, No. 60, all the best col
ors. Saturday, while they last, only JOc per yard.
Twenty-five pieces Fancy Neck Ribbons, ten different col
ors to select from, splendid value at 15c. Saturday, while they
last, only JOc per yard See them in window.
Saturday Afternoon and Evening
we will display on one of our center counters an entirely new line
of Shell Goods for ladies' head decorations. A dozen new styles
direct from New York City, n .ver displayed in Barre before. If
you care for the latest styles, see them. You are always welcome.
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60 c on theBolIar Sale!
BARRE' SAVINGS BANK-& TRUST CO.
OFFICE IN BOLSTER BLOCK, BARRE, VT.
3x2 percent Paid on Deposits. Began business Peb. 27, '93
I. HENRY JACKSON, President. GEORGE H0WLAND, Vice President.
F. G. H0WLAND, Treasurer. C. J. LEASE. Assistant Treasurer.
Directors: J. HENRY JACKSON, GEORGE ROWLAND, BURT H. WELLS, HOMER FITTS,
B. A. EASTMAN, E, W. B1SBEE, W. G. REYNOLDS, GEORGE MILNE,
F. G. ROWLAND.
First Class Real Estate Mortgages, 5 per cent
. ASSETS.
Real Estate Loans, all
in Vermont
Loans to cities and towns
Other loans
U. S. 2 per cent.lBonds
at par
Other U. S. Bonds
Municipal Bonds
Bank Stock at par
Funds on hand
STATEMENT JULY 1, 100:).
LJAHIL1TIES.
(Capital Stock $50,000.00
$458,646.54 Surplus Fund 5.000.00
61,690.00 Undivided Profits 7,255.66
163,296.36 Dividends unpaid 972.00
23,800 00
13,897.36
324,771.95
12,940.00
42,097.09
$1,101,049.30
Deposits
1,037,821.64
$1,101,049.30
All our Mortjrmte T.nans are mode on improved property in the state of Vermont
s "ompou depositors April 1st and October 1st in tatn year, thus giving ileposl-
Beginning Saturday, August 1st,
And Continuing For Thirty Days Only.
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We have just finished matching our Gents' Suits and
find that we have several lots that are broken, leaving one
or two Suits of a kind. We wish to close them ou and to
do it quickly we have made this astonishingly low price.
We have 175 of these Suits in sizes from 34 to 44, ranging
in price from 7.50 to $18.00, and all must goat sixty
cents on the dollar-a $10.00 Suit for $600, a $15 00
.Suit for $9.00, etc. Remember the date and come early
and get good selections.
Moofe & Owens,
122 North Main St., Barre, Vermont.
tors eoniDoi
We nay all taxes on dertoMts riot exeeeilirif la.tmn.
Wo nhould Iw pleased to do business with you.
BUY SATURDAY AND USE SUNDAY.
Sweet Potatoes, per pound $c
Cantaloupes, each, 1 Oc, 1 3c and !.!',!!!! 1 5c
Watermelon, per pound, 2 1 -2c and " 2c
Large Cucumliers, each 5c
Oranges, per dozen, 3()c and 38c
Castana Nuts, per pound ."!!!"!." 1 ()c
Fresh Roasted Peanuts, per quart .7. '.'.7.'. .', 5c
Bananas, per dozen , , .7.'. . 25e
linly"Xverill,
Telephone 45-2. 200 North Main Street.
Mark Down Sa!e of Wrappers
For One Week, Beginning August 1st.
$1.25 Wrappers marked down to... $1 00
1.00 Wrappers marked down to 75
.75 Wrappers marked down to.... '9
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BARBERRI & POLONGHINI,
341 North Main St., Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont.
66 W? ' " II 99
JOSEPH D. 0SS0LA,
North Main St., Barr, Vermont.
The Mattress Question!
When considering this question it will pay you to investigate
our "HAIR-AND-FELT" at $12.00 each. You will like it
better than all hair. We have all the other grades of Mat
tresses from $3.00 to $20.00 each. All goods as represented
or your money back.
A. W. Badger & Co.,
Furniture, Carpets, Etc. Morse Block, Barre, Vt.
Undertakers! ttttj Funeral Directors!
House, 159-21. TELKPIIOXE Store, 137-11.
Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice.
Price per package, only 8c
M. J. McGOWAN,
Telephone Connection. South Main Street, Barre, Vt.
etimatism
and SacKaclies
Cured by using DROWN'S ANTI
PAIN PLASTERS. Every Piaster
warranted.
E. A. DROWN,
Prescription Druggist,
48 No. Main St., Opp. Nat'l Bank.

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