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Hosier for Scnool Children
The school children are just about to come together for another season's study. This means a good lot of play, a good deal of which is the kind that's rough on Hose. It's for every parent's interest to buy of us, for oars are the kind that wear. We have Fine and Hravy Ribbed Hosiery for the Boys and Gir's at 10c, 15c and 25c per pair. Silk Bonnets at Reduced Prices. A few, slightly soiled, at cost. Remember you can buy Shirt Waists, Muslin Dresses and Wash Skirts here at very small prices while they last. Balance of Fancy Mat Veils at Cost. JL.JL u J JLm IF rmm jl THE BARRE DAILY TIMES B.IKKE, VT., AH. I ST 31. 1903 I Bus Weather I'reIU:tlu. iston, AniZUHt 81. Rain jilit and Tuesday. Fresh brisk easterly winds. TALK OF THE TOW. r .-t t' A A Y A A f A fs A f AOAO W w J V W V w v V w V w Vw V V w v w V wV nt W A V (. CI o ( O o a t o a l' . A o o Local Hipulug Tersely Told For Ban J Keadtjr. Ballard & Co., reliable Insurance. Consult the eye sight specialist for glasses at J. AV. Iloltou's. You will Lave bread that is llyht, white, sweet and wholesome if you use Wise King Hour. The New England Telephone Co. Is pushing the farmer line proposition in the vicinity of Montpelier and Barre and some new circuits have already been arranged. By this arrangement the company will build and equip lines extending six miles from the central office if enough subscrib ers can be secured to warrant the success of the undertaking. J. W. Sault of the company's contract department has been looking over the territory during the past week and as a result a circuit leading from Montpelier through' Berlin to the Woodbury farm, and one from Barre to Barre East Hill are assured. The Mont pelier central's circuit to Calai will also be completed. The road leading to Mid dlesex Center has been looked over and a line will doubtless be put in to that point. ' BERLIN. (. V. Colby of Williamstown, was In town Sunday. Some farmers report a full crop of hay, but say they cut it a month later than us ual. J. A. Eocklin and wife of Gouldsville, are spending a few days with Health Of ficer lluse. Mrs. Hu.se is a sister of Mr. Eocklin. Two young sons of Editor L.B. Johnson of the liandolph Herald and News, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. i. B. Bosworth. Charlie Dewey is staying for a week with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary j. Co vell. Mrs. Raymo, v.ho has kept house for W. B. Dav.nport through the summer, has re turned to Barre. A section of permanent road is to be built on the old turnpike road near the Montpelier reservoir. Stone will be laid 20 inches deep and covered with gravel. This piece of road Is one of the worst left in town on account of mud, which from three to five weeks Is all but impassable each spring. SHOES The kinds that are a delight to o parents, because they wear well. V We have the NEVER RIP kind, for Youths and Boys, O at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.500 per pair. $ Misses' Kid and Box Calf, Button and Lace, - - $J.OO and $1;25 0 Children's Kid and Eos Calf, Button and Lace. .85 and t.OO ..o : 0 People's Slioe Stof e, ' 157North Main Street. C. S. ANDREWS, Proprietor. W1 G ARY -c? OPENS Tuesday, Sept. 8th, 1903. Business Course of Two Years. Students complet ing this course will belong to regular classes and receive diplomas. High School graduates can complete the course in one year. Send for Catalogue to 0. K. HOLLISTER, ------ Principal. 25c 3 no HAVE YOU TRIED OUR 35c Coffee? With every pound of this Coffee sold we give you one gutss on a bottle of beans, and the one guessing the nearest will be given five pounds of Coffee. CHESSER & BIRD, (TELEPHONE CONNECTION) 323 North Main Street. Meats and Provisions. Special For Today! 1 Caps, Underwear, Hosiery. All our Men's, Boys' and Children's 50 cent Caps, in the latest styles and shapes, goirg at - - - - 39c Also three lines of Fall Underwear, colors pink, blue and cream, worth 75c. Today's price, only - 45c Ten dozen Men's Fancy Hose, regular 25 cent value. Today's price, J 9c per pair or two pairs for - - 35c WEST TOPSHAH. ii. K. Church was In Bradford Thursday and Friday. Misses Chrissie Tubbs and Clara Rice were in Bradford several days of last week. Calvin Jackson and daughter, Mrs. l'ea body, of East Brookfleld, visited at II. W. Jackson's last week. Clinton Smith and family and O. F. Bagley returned to their home in Bridge port, Conn., Saturday. Fred Bagley and C. H. Ilight were to Bradford Saturday. The drama,"Ten Nights in aBarEooin-' was well patronized Tuesday evening and a good sum was realized. The calf case between Clayton Emery, plaintiff, and Asa Magoon, defendant, Wednesday, was decided In favor of Mr. Majjoon. Matt Gordon of Barre, repres ented Magoon and K. M. Harvey of Mont pelier for the plaintiff. FILIPINOS PLAY BASEBALL. CniMnln IVfNliliiK Think Tills Indi cate Americanization. Captain John J. Pershing, V. S. A., is at the Gniml hotel, taking the firt vacation he bus had in four years, says the New York World. Ciiptain Persu ing won ilisthx-Uon By bravery in the Philippines, and the war department considers hiui one of the best posted men in the army regarding the require ments for maintaining peace and In troducing an ndeiiuatc civilization in those islsuute For this reason he was recalled in order to take n position on the newly organized general staff and will bo stationed at Washington. The Americanization of the Philip pines is going on nipidly in some pnrts, says Captain Pershing. In all the b!g towns there are baseball nines, com posed entirely of Filipinos. In the schools the popular gaiiio is Iaseb:!ll. It is played by the young Filipinos precisely as in America, and tho boys of those Islands si huh to take to it as readily as do those in the United States. The young Filipino children take readily to American textbooks, and they learn English with surprising ra pidity. They are imitating the Amer icans In dress as far as they can ard in their amusements. WILLIAMSTOWN. Miss Sadie McKee returned Saturday night from her visit with her parents in Canada. The I. O. G. T., will hold an ice cream sociable and promenade In I. O. O. F. hall this evening. Mrs. Florence Nye returned from South Iloyalton Saturday. She was accompan ied by Miss .sadie Fifield, who has beeu visiting her sister in Bethel the past week. Although the weather was not very fa vorable there was a good attendance at the grove of A. E. Whiteorub in Washington where the Washington and Williamstown granges met for a picnic dinner. The program consisted of songs, recitations by members of both granges. The ball game was won by Uliamstown. the rain in the afternoon prevented carrying out of the program in full, but was a very enjoyable occasion and enjoyed by about two hundred people. Mrs. Watson Is gaining now all the time and able with help to get into the dining room and take her meals with the family. The Williamstown Band will give a con cert tomorrow evening at 8 0 clock. The Malr. To keep the hair from becoming thin and splitting at the ends clip It every two weeks. Shampoo it once a mouth with castile soap, avoiding the use of borax and ammonia. Boiled Flab Alive. It is seldom that one sees a boiled fish alive, yet there are such in the boiling lake of Amatitlau, Guatemala. A species of fish was lately seen there by a French traveler. These fish, he asserts, often pass days in the boiling vrater, which comes from numberless hot springs. Letter to H. M Houston. Barre, Vt. Dear Sir: If you paint two houses alike with two different paints, and one takes twice as much paint as the the other, you Know wnicn paint to Dny alter that so far as go far goes don't vou? One of these paints is iJevoe; the other is any average paint. The worst are worse than that; the better are not much better no other paint than IJevoe is anywhere near lievoe in get-far. Devoe is further the rest are go-short go-middling and go- inree-quaners. Yours truly, F. W. Devoe & Co. F. S. Reynolds & Son sell our paint. Corporations. Large Corporations such as Railroads and Steamship Lines use the Colonial Paint. Why should you not use it on your buildings? You take no chances, because it is made of one hundred per cent, pure goods. Go analyse the Colonial Paint and if any adulteration whatsoever is fonnd we will pay for the analysis. Sold by C. A. Heath in Barre. Boys are you prepared for the opening of school with a new suit, trousers, cap, shirts, hosiery, etc.? If not, go to Mo-Whorter's. Large line of stationery and school sup plies. The Boston Bargain Store. r THE ; American Fidelity Co., VT., Ocean Depth. The average depth of the ocean be tween (10 degrees north and CO degrees Booth is nearly three utiles. SURETY BOND ACCIDENT INSURANCE, J. W. DILLON, Barre, Vt., C. II. BIGELOW x c-as'; irooKneia, s ifECTAMf Union Clothing Co, M. S. LEViri Proprietor Old Skating Rink, Opp. Depot Square, - Barre, Vermont. 11 in? 1 J (EEP CLEAN It pays, for it saves doctors' bills and medicine bills. This is the time of year when THINGS SMELL. The closet, the drain pipe, the refrigerator pipe per haps is clogged. We have Soaps, Sponges, Brashes and all kinds of Disinfectants with which you may KEEP CLEAN. You Can Save , 15 Pet Cent Discount If you buy Muslin Underwear this month. We sell the Home Made Make and it always gives satisfaction. You can depend on it every time. Think what you can save by trading at VEALE . KNIGHT, Worthen Block, 127 North Main St. Wiife You SVlay! Small Fruits were scarce the past season. The crop of Plums will also be very limited. We have a few crates of nice Peach Plums and Damsons which we will sell at 75c per peck while they last. Come early. 1 Desirable Goods at Desirable Prices. Sweet Potatoes,' 4c per lb. or seven lbs.. 25c Squash, per pound 4c Rhubarb, per pound. 3c Plenty of Apples, per peck, from 25c to 35c Fleur De Lb Japan Tea, per pound 45c Pure Maple Syrup, per quart bottle. . . . 25c Pure Evaporated Cider, per quart bottle. . 25c Nice Concord Grapes, per basket ....... 20c Make your apple dumplings with Old Grist Mill Self Raising Biscuit Flour. Everybody praises it. Price per four-pound package, only 20 cents. , Sowclen & Lyon, Telephone, 217-3. North Main Street, Barre, Vt. IF YOU WISH A Table or a Chair or anything in our line we would like you to visit our store. Just received, a i:ew lot of those handsome Willow Rockers and Arm Chairs, We guarantee satisfaction both in quality and price. A. W. Badger & Co., See Us for Values in Furniture. Horse Block, Barre, Vt. Undertakers! 23racic:nue. Funeral Directors I House, 159-21. TELEPHONE Store, 13T-11. Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice. Coollies ! Fine assortment of more than a dozen varieties. All prices, from 10c to 15c a pound. See them in window. Egg Biscuit, 18c a pound. Nice and fresh. LINLY A. AVERILL, Telephone 45-2. . 200 North Mala Street. "Just-Right Coffee ! This Coffee is one of the most pleasing blends ever offered to the public. Price per i -pound can - 50c Sweet Potatoes, six pounds for - - - 25c M. J. McGOWAN, Telephone Connection. . South Main Street, Barre, Vt. D. F. DAVIS, "The Druggist," 262 North Main St, - - . Barre, Vermont. THE SOUTH END MARKET jZ7 COOKIE5 jz? New stock of fresh made Cookies in large variety. Fresh arrival of Bananas, Peaches, Pears and Grapes. Cabbage, Beets, Turnips, Squash, Apples, Potatoes and Green Corn. Meats of all kinds. Staple and Fancy Groceries. Goods delivered to all parts of the city. PARSONS & SKINNER, Props, (Telephone 215-4) 115 South Main Street, - - - - Barre, Vermont. Green Sage Cheese, old.; Finest Full Cream New Cheese in town. Come in and sample them. Telephone 31-3. Two Packages "Ready Bits" and one of "Power," 3 Be sure and notice trades in this space each week. L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Path Coffee and Tea. Have you tried ours? Best in town. We ought to'know good teas or coffees. Barre, Vermont.