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j& HOLTON'S js?
LAINE PINS Solid gold, gold filled and sterling silver.
i Gold and Silver Thimbles and Silver PJated Cdttage
Boards.
8 J. W. HOLTON,
& Jeweler and Optician,
f i KUcage Eocks to Rent on All Roads. Hale's Elock, North Main St.
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THE BARRE DAILYTIUES
f iUII.il, 6tPIKMBtB 11, 11M3.
A LARGE VARIETY OF i
J Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons.
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The Mate Capitol, Burns Monument, ' Ooldard Seminary, Spudding
a High School, Stite Sea!, Stone Shed, Barre Granite Quarry.
A fiie line of articles la Silver ami Cut f
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F. E. BURR & COMPANY,
Jeweler and Opticians,.
Xo. S." North Main Street, Barre, Vt X
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WHEN YOU HAVE COMPANY
You want your table to look its prettiest. Snow
white linen, a few flowers and some of our Silver
ware and Cut Glass will give your guests many
pleasant thoughts of their visit.
FRED KING,
Depot Square, Barre, Vt. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
EAT PURE CANDY.
Of all Candies sold in the City, our
Candy is the purest and most palatable.
We are the best equipped for serving
you at short notice, and invite your
patronage at the
BARRE CANDY KITCHEN.
ICE CREAM
That is Oat of Sight.
WHERE? Just around the comer
on Keith Ave., at L. B. DODGE'S.
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Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry.
'Red and white lights at the door.
1303 SEPTEMBER 1903
Su. Mo.Tn. We.TB. Fr. S3.
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MOON'S FH2SS.
U,Moon 0 p.m. Canon 20 p.m.
Quarter 14 kuu f Quarter io a. in.
Adil. ,1 to I vt-iiii't ln.
Ail'imy, X. v.. S.'i'.t. In. Governor
-)i(Ml litis Milled lil-W rule of th
state civil MTvirc ooiiini!--ion. nddin
to the exempt ii:iss the wnrdi-ti Of th
eastern N,.-w York ref..nniit..ry ot Nap
anocli nml clerks in t he Mute prisons
roxtniHialer I'or Auttuhlr FnrkH, . V
Washington. Sent. 10. Wiilhmi Hon
kins hun i-cn niipolntod fourth class
postmaster (it Ad-able Pork. N. Y.
The Weather. .
Partly cloudy: fresh southeast to
pouth winds.
as:tuk key is to the clock
so Is Insurance to a man'a estate. Insur
ance winds up man's estate, so it keeps
running. Many estates run down daring
sickness and absence from business. In
suranee then becomes the balance wheel.
5-tth year, doing business In 85 states.
The National Life Insurance Company
of Vermont (Mutual.) ORUAXLZED In
1330. S. S. Ballard, General Agent, N. B.
Ballard, Local Aeent, Rooms 2 and 3,
Miles Block, Barrel Vt.
TALK OF THE TOWU.
Wanted. A boy to run elevator In the
Miles block.
The next dance at the Washington hotel
will occur on Friday evening, Sept. 11.
Wanted, a good, capable girl for kitchen
ui iauie woru, at, once. Apply at 21 Jef
ferson street.
Special communication of Granite lodge,
Xo. 35, F. and A. M . Fritiav evpnlniT at 7
o'clock. Work, third dearee. .
via ana louna Folks dim at. ii,o
uasniugton Hotel Friday evening Sept 11.
music aim a spienuiu noor to dance
on. Dancinc 50c. sunner 25(
a.n me Aitrur ans who do nut u-iuii n
order tueir magazines or books themselves,
are requested to leave their order and
money with Miss Sherburne this week.
The ST. K. O. I', will hnU a r.
at Dewey Park Saturday afternoon and
eveninc. The date nf tha ooni
changed from Wednesday evening by a
vote taken last evening.
lheie will bea rptruiar nipptbitr nf tl.a
i.adies of Clan Gordon Mnn.lav ovonimr
Sept. 14. at Which a Ian
desired, as business of importance is to
come up. Mrs. John Amlerson.
Students are nrenared for tmsiript;a fii
the shortest possible time at the Montpel
ler inismess Lollege, 20 State street, time
varying from three to six months. The
telegraph department an Important feat
ure, good positions furnished in this de
partment wnen competent.
For the benefit of those whft hsvo hoan
nnable to procure tickets for the Sham-
rocE vs. lieliance yacht race In Miles' hall
Sept. 12, the committee have placed a lim
ited number of tickets at K. O. Marrion's
cigar.store, where those wishing to at
tend may secure them. Starting gun fired
at 7 o'clock. Time limit four And a tmir
hours.
Kidney Disease Kills.
ItsVictimsNumberedbythe
Hundreds of Thousands.
The Largest and Most Artistic Line of
oil! IPs&ipr
Ever carried in stock by any firm in central
Vermont. Also a large line of Paints and
Varnishes The best quality that money will
buy. Always the lowest prices. Head
quarters for Painters and Paper Hangers.
Office and Sales Room,
C. A. HEATH,
(Telephone Call, 155-8)
10 Elm Street.
Trained acd Competent Nurses
Are Registered at
D. f . DAVIS' DRUG STORE,
2D2 North Maiu Street.
Tekphoat, 137-22. : : : All Night Service.
B. C. HILL,
Saw Filing'.
Basement C. A. Heath't Store,
Kim ht.
Saws can he left at Heath's nr 1'iindlo A
Ayerill's store daytime. I am in Plum from
6- to 9 p.m. f or the present I will tile
KiiTenters' for 16c each OT two for 2ic.
AU work guaranteed or no pay.
j& SMOKE
UP-T0-DATF. FIVE-CENT CIGAR.
j O. C. Taylor Sc Co., Props., Burlington, Vt.
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SHERMAN STATUE DEDI0ATI0N.
Frealdent lloo.evelt will Make an
AdilreMft nt the LuveitliiK.
Washington, Sept. 10.-Arrangements
are being made by the local committee
of the Army of the Potomac for the n...
nunl meeting Oct. 13 and 10 next, when
tne Mierman statue is to be dedicated
General Nelson A. Miles
taan of the committee, which Includes
many otner well known army nffl.ws
A large number of snccial coinmitteoa
have been appointed to take Immediate
charge of the numerous fWiia i.mi
dent to the gathering. The exercise's
attending the unveiling of the Sher
man statue are under the direction of
the Society of the Army of the Tennessee.
These will be held Oct. 15, when
there -will be an address by President
Roosevelt, an oration by former Speak
er of the House of Representatives
Hon. David B. Henderson and remarks
by members of the armies of the Po
tomac, the Cumberland and the Ohio,
which also meet here during the week'
General Daniel K. Sickles will ono..L-
for the Army of the Potomac. On the
evening of Oct. Id there Is t h
joint banquet of all the annv snoiotin.
one of the speakers at which will be
General John R. Rrooke. tho rmhinnt
of the Society of the A raw of tlo Po.
tomac.
Dr. Wood's Norwav Pine Svmn ooma
especially adapted to the needs of the chil
dren. Pleasant to take; soothing in Its
lrfluence. Jtis the remedyof all remedies
iur vtry lorm oi tnroat ana lunar disease,
Kidney diseases should be attended to
at once, for almost 90 per cent, of our un.
expected deaths of to-day are from that
cause. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
Remedy is the only sure cure known for
diseases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and
blood.rheumatism, dyspepsia and chronic
constipation. It is marvelous how it stops
that pain in the back, relieves the neces
sity of urinating so often at night, drives
away that scalding pain in passing water,
corrects the bad erlects ot whiskey and
beer and shows its beneficial effects on
the system in an incredibly short time.
George L. Smith, foreman of the Hoi.
ley Manufacturing Company's Works,
Lockport, N. V., saj'S in a recent letter:
"1 have used Dr. David Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy with the most bene
ficial results. 1 was troubled with
gravel and kidney complaint very
severely, it bothered me a great deal,
and have found great relief from its
use, and cheerfully recommend it."
' Favorite Remedy" is the most sue
cessful medicine ever discovered for kid.
r.ey, bladder, liver and blood diseases.
Its record of cures has made it famous in
medical circles everywhere. It is recog
nized as a specific. It purifies the blood
and dissolves the excess of uric acid in it,
clears up the urine, restores the kidneys
and bladder to their normal condition,
and gently moves the bowels.
It is for sale by all druggists in the
New S3 Cant Size and the regular
$ 1.00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sample bsftle enough for trial, free by mail.
Dr. David Kannedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y.
Dr. Parid Kennedy's Gnldf-n Plmttert strength
en Munclt s. removo pain anywhere. 15c euctau
OSTEOPATHY
Brings Relief to the Chronic
Sufferer
After all other systems of treatment fails.
For stomach and bcwel trouble, nervous
diseases and diseases peculiar to women
it Is permanently successful. Consulta
tion and examination costs you nothing.
Write or call for literature.
Office hours, ft 00 a.m. to 12 m. and 1.S0
to 5.80 p.m. Kvenlngs by appt Intment.
V ill treat you at your homes when pre
ferred. Tuesdays aud Fridays excepted.
DR. R. P. EVANS,
Room 4, Horse Block, - - Mala St., Earre, Vt
riione 137-3.
Few Words
About the
Union Latah
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Open the oven door of ny "Built to Bake"
Household Range and inside you'll find the
libel of the Iron Moulder Union. Every onion
man knows what that little slip of paper means,
and to those who don't we will say that it is a
guarantee of good wotkmanslup and good
material. - t
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Housohoid
ranges are union made from start to finish and
the Household makers were first to adopt the
union Label. '
Barry '& Williams, Dealers ia Furniture.
LOTS FOR
BUSINESS PURPOSES
On North Main St.
1 have two lots on No. Main
St., each with 47 j 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. For
terms and particulars apply to
JOSEPH D. OSSOLA,
North Main St., Barr, Vermont.
A FLAT FACT.
We Make the Assertion rand
Stand Ready to Prove it) That
HcArthur's Sarsrarilla will tone
your blood.
McArthur s Cough Svruo will cure
your cough.
McArthur's Headache Powders wilt
mend the pain.
McArthur s Hair Tonic will make
your hair grow.
East Barre Drug Store
GOAL
- $8.10
- 7.90
- 8.60
Stove, Egg an J Nut, - -Grate
Coal, - -
Lehi Egg and Stove, - -
These prices are for CASH
only. Do not forget that there
is a rise of ten cents per ton on
coal each month.
MORSE k JACKSON, .
COAL AND WOOD,
Tel., 137-21. 266 North Main St.
ss$ wi jltt Jlae
D. & H. Coal
Screened Clean
Stove, Egg and Nut, - $8.10
Grate, - - ... 7.90
We sell and deliver 2000
pounds for a ton.
PHOTOGRAPHS.
Depot Square, Barre, Vt.
VE KEEP MOVING.
Our stock by underselling all competitors
In Diamond Rings, Pins, Brooches and
other articles of Jewelry. Our reputation
for fine goods, low prices and honorable
dealing does the business for us, and we
endeavor to live up to our name. Alwas
carry a larpe, complete and elegant stock.
Every article warranted as represented.
Fine Repairing ami Kngravlng.
E. O. HOLMES
Jeweler and Optioian,
Gordon Block, Barre, Vermont.
BLUE RIBBON
5c CIGAR.
Union Made. Sold by Everybody.
We also Carry a full line of
HECKER'S CIGARS
at the old stand. Will be glad
to see you at either store.
E. 0. M4RRI0N,
Union Ggar Store. Corner Ggar Store.
Ten thousand demons gnawing away at
untsa viuus vuuiun i ne nmcn worse than
the tortures of itching piles. Vet there's
a cure. Doan's Ointment never fails.
Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a
clear head, an active brain, a strong vigor
ous body makes him tit for thn htt.l
of life.
Cronn Instantly relieved. Dr. Thomas'
Ecieetrio Oil. Perfectly safe. Never
fails. At any drua store.
Are vou about to build? Tf Hfl KftA that.
vour builder's contract
viding that the structure shall be erected
i.y union laoor wnicn w insnr vnn nf
good work and a lob completed without
delay. Per order Union 4sl, Carpenters
and Joiners of America. S. R. Doiy, Sec.
SOUTH
El
HOTEL
If tired of paying rent, read the ad. of
the I). A. Perry Keal Estate Agency on
page ".
Glasses fitted by an eye sight specialist
at J. W. Holtotf .
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 South Main Street.
Telephone Call, 46-2.
SHORES k KENERSON,
PHOTOGRAPHERS
.Over National Bank, - - Barre, Vt.
Fine work promptly executed.
Our prices are low for first-class
work. Call and see us.
D. M. MILES.
Coal, Wood, Coke!
Hard Coal, all sizes.
A No. i Smithing Coa!.
Hard and Soft Wood.
Calder & Richardson,
Successors to
G. I. Jackson & Co.,
Depot Square, - - Carre, Vt.
Dry Hard Wood
FOR SALE.
Best quality. Has been well housed.
Trice, $Z.0O and $2.50 per cord In two
cord lots or more for cash.
TO CLOSE OUT
Balance of Carriages on hand I am going to sell
them at A GREAT DISCOUNT. Now is your op
portunity to buy at cost. -Call and see them.
L. K. AVERLLL,
F, O. Box 301, . . Barre, Vermont.
WOODWOOD
The place to buy Wod of all kinds. A
p.!-00 o Chair Wood, No. J best
MOVING AND JOBBING.
and Jobbing at fifty cents per honr for two
horses and a mart,
t. J. BOLSTER.
(Tel. Call 152-3.)
283 So. Mam St, Barrf)f Temont
II. F. CUTLER,
Livery and Feed Stable, Bear City Hotel.
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Fall and Winter Woolens
Suits and Overcoats to
order, $14.00 and up.
0. W. E0YEA, Merchant Tai!or.
j ELEGTRIGWIRING j
S r . it l
j electric neaters, j
Fled r ?c FiYfnm.
j Electric Supplies. !
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.STANDARD ELECTRIC CO., 1
f H. O. BENNETT, I
F. W. NICHOL8, j
199 North Main St., Barre. j
Block Wood,
Limb Wood and
ChairJVaste
For sale for cash. Orders may
be left at Thwing Bros' boxes.
Arthur S. Martin,
i,hone204-3' - 43 Park St.
C A. CHURCHILL & CO.,
Electricians.
to oLtC1I!ICAIj APPLIES. Successors
to O. T. Bnggs. Telephone 13-8 or 2074.
. Basement Worthea Block, Barre.
HAIR GOODS.
Vivel ? f,""i6b "air ix.do, Wigi, Front
th " rml, f "J? Ia.ni;hester store. Tl.ankiriff
paSt'ni lfi'wt(t'H',r iih"rM 1'atr.mi.pe in the
in i tiiS f nt , ' lt,ln' a cmtimiance of the name

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