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V 1 f s in Prices! """ft ft For ten days we shall sell Barre, VL, Souvenir H Solid Silver Spoons and Pottery at TWENTY f PtR CENT DISCOUNT from regular prices. Do tj not miss this sa!c. pi I THE GARP.E DSILiTI?.'t'S TI KSU4T. SEPTEMBER 8(1. IW13, J. W. HOLTOW, Jeweler and Optician, Kileasc Books to Rent oa AH Roads. Hale's Black, North Mala St. id 1303 SEPTEMBER 1903 Sa. 6 Si 3-6 I i 1 A LARGE VARIETY CF Sterling: Silver S otf veni? Spoons asK 3fr e I The State Capitol, Burns Monument, Uoddard Seminary, Spaulding High School, State Seal, Stone Shed, Barre Granite Quarry. J A fi ie line of articles In Silver and Cut Glass, for wedding'presente. JUST ARRIVED. F. E. BURR & COMPANY Jeweler and Opticians, Telephone, 10-21. .... Xo. 83 North Main Street, Barre, Vt .1 UHEN W HAVE COMPANY You want your table to look its prettiest. Snow white linen, a few flowers and some of our Silver ware and Cat Glass will give your guests many pleasant thoughts of their visit. FRED KING, Depot Square, Barre, Vt. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. atsessflfcw NOTICE After September 28th, X903, the Granite City Creamery will be closed at 6 o'clock every evening except Monday and Saturday, or the 5th and 20th of each month. GRANITE CITY CREAMERY, Keith Avenue, - - . . . Barre, Vermont. tiii in imif iiiiiiinwiwmwini iwinwmw Mauimm -T 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. I3 20 27 Mo. 7 14 21 28 Ju. We.Tfi.Fr. Sa. 1AA1 JLJLJOJiJ! J5 J6 J7 jSJ9 22 23 24 25 2G 29 30 V,Moon (T Third MOON'3 o 720 0 p. m. 8.1J m. U:I PHrtSE3. Haoa Fint 11:50 fl. III. 50 08 A LITTLE I.VSCRAKCB NOW and then is boostfnl 54th year, and doing; business in 85 states! The National Lifn I I umuil I JJ. ULllHI. 1 UK rA I AH II r 1.)U. b. iiallard. (iwiArnl Aaont V T? j.auara, ical Agent, Rooms 2 and 3, iuuuB juarre, vs. TALK OF TEE TOWN. Oyster stews at Lynch'g restaurant. Special communication ftrnnlta' tnlna F. and A. M , this evening at 7 o'clock! Work, first degree. Mrs. W. F. Sheimrd h -ew 1 orn ana has a fall line of roady-to-wear hats. 15 l'rosnect strwt lhe Athenas will hold h ingwitnMrs. tieorce Hales f Omnm obi coi. una evening ai i.yu o'clock. The ladies Of the TTniirnrsnliut nhnrnh will give a harvest sunner Thnrarlav tin. toner, 1. The menu will be announced later. Evenincr school Spencerian. penmanship, bookkeeping, arithmetic and shorthand. Address, Eve ning School, Times Office. Make no eniracenient fnr Friiinv wmiinn Oet.2, that you may attend the Old Folks' Concert in Miles' hall. WatrVh im nr for further announcement. A good onoortnnitv is oflri tent teachers in the nubli crease their income in their snare time. H. II. Hughes, 05 Miles' Block. The Ladies' Aid of th TVMhvtArinn church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. S. Milne. 23 Carleton o'clock for the purpose of sewing. There will be a nief-tintr of tha Prnmnt ers of the Sacred Heart Leano Weins. day evening at 7 o'clock at the convent. A-xy one winning to become a promoter please attend this meeting. The regular council nmetlno nf tho i.i. dies' Aid of St. Monica's chureh will be held on Wednesd at 0.30 instead of 7 o'clock, as heretofore, as the Altar society helds their meeting at Some time ago a company of girls under the direction of Kiss Emma Phillips gave the cantata "Fairyland" at the Presbyte rian church. Since then many requevSts have been made to have the , concert re peated. The ladies of the chnroh iw I wish to announce that the cantata will be given again on the evening of their annual ku.ii supper, uci. an. Mipper will be serv ed from 5 30 to 7.30. Concert to begin at i AuuiiHsion io ooin z.j cents. ti KING OF PACERS. rrrTlnus Ticrf irmiin-r of thp Fn- mons Cnmpnitiurr, 1'riiire Alert. J nnre Alert, l!ie kinjj of nacera and harness bor s. Is a t:iy K''Wing aliotit 15.2 bands lijKb, fiajs the Nw York lieraia. He was foalid In 1S92 at Knightslown, lad., where he was bred and raiswl by a. W. Fort. Crown I rineo, his sire, was an unregistered irwiroiius eux'K noise t.y Arternns, a well bred tn of liysdyk's Hamble- tonlan. Crown Frlneo's diim was by Young Proud American, a horse of practically unknown blood. Prince Alert a dam. Till, was of totnliv nn known breeding, so that the great pacer Traces straight to the woods In every line except that running back to Arte mas, tio full bmt'ser of tiie n..t..rt line trotting inaro Onimre (Jirl. '2ia As a campaigner Prince Alert betr.in at me uottom of the lndl-r, racing for small purses on half mile tracks. n. paced four races as a tliree-venrii.i gaining a record of 2:15',4. At four lie started ten times and cut bis record don to 2:12i,4. In bis five-year-old rorm lie competeil in sixteen races, again reducing Lis record, this time to :0i. In 1S98. when six vears old. he took part in fifteen contests of heats and closed the season with a mark of 2:0714. Fourteen races and a mark of 2:05Vi made up his record in the cam paign of 1S00. In 1900 he paced seven races and set his record at 2:02. Start- Ing nine times In 1001, he trained on to a record of 2:00. and in lrM2 he made It "even time" by pacing a mile in 2:00 at Aiempnis, Tenn.. at the wind nn of a campaign of twelve starts. In 1903 he has started six times. In his nine years on the turf rrlnee Alert has thus started ninetv times nnd In each campaign has improved on his nest previous performance. He has won more than one-half of all the races in which he has taken part. His record as a campaigner is unparalleled in the his tory of harness racing. Prince Alert belonss to James nnn- ley of Providence, who has owned him several years. Why Lablena Committed Sleida. The poems of Labienus were ordered by imperial dict to be burned on ac count of the blasphemy they were al leged to contain. The order was car ried out and in desnair I-flhienim hnrn. ed himself to death in his own house. Glautx. Persons of tcreat stature and well constituted physically aud meat ally are exceedingly rare. Giants nre usuaUv ill formed and short lived. i - ...is . k K I are famed for their flawless castings perfectly smooth, of great strength and easily polished no loose joints all parts fit together 03 though cast in ens piece. BARRY & WILLIAMS, Corner Blain and Merchant Sts Barre, Vt. LOOK FOR TUB IMON LABEL BLUE RIBBON 5c CIGAR. Union Hade Sold bv Evervbodv. 1 We also carry a full line of IIECKER'S CIGARS at the old stand. Will be plad to see you at either store. E. 0. MARRI0N, Union Ggar Store. Corner Ggar Store. SOUTH El HOTEL . FORMERLY WINDSOR BOUSE, BROWN & MURPHY, Proprietors. QO-A-T 1 $8.10 7,90 8.60 Stove, Egg and Nut, - - -Grate Coal, - - - -Lett 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 & JACKSON, , COAL AND WOOD. Tel., 137-21. 266 North Main St. 1 1 1 B.D.TOMASI GENERAL STORE NEW DEPARTMENT. The store formerly occupied by the Eureka Creamery has been fitted up for a Crockery store and we now "have a full supply of new Crockery and Glassware at prices as low as any in the city, which we invite you to call and inspect. B. D. Tomasi Store, Cor. North Main and Seminary Sts., - - Barre, Vermont. 1 a v.' ir 1I1 Ml WiMIIWIII I I HI I'lli I I "1 T W'" " "If "WT" Wl T n"i The Latest and Most Artistic Line of . Wall Paper Ever carried in stock by any firm in central Vermont. Also a largs line of Paints and Var ishes The best quality that money will buy. Always the lowest prices. Headquarters for Painters and Paper Hang-ers. An Ice Hoat For Coiuiup mini 1 Alvin A. Southern of North Lansing. Mich., has invented an ice bout for com merciai use, which he expects to put into commission on Gull lake. Imrh.im county, as soon as ice forms sufficient ly, says the Detroit Free Press. The boat will carry passengers regularly auout trie lake and is now under con struction at Lansing. Southern is sev enty-flve years old, has been an enthu siastic ice yachtsman for years and thinks he has discovered in pivoted runners the secret of easy manlnfutinn of ice boats. The boat will carry a good sizea caDin for passengers. Oenerm allies' Little Joke. "I won't rust out; I will wear out." bo said General Nelson A. Miles as he started the other day for Beaumont, Tex., says a Chicago special to the New York World. General Miles has gone Into the oil business, so there is a Joke In his statement to his friends. c. Office and Saks Room, A. HEATH, Telephone Call, 1M-J. 10 Elm Street. - . 1 1 1 7 SMOKED "0 y HOBBY'5 UP-TO-DATE HVE-CENT QGAR. SwUa Pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Five hundred Swiss Dilirrims. under the direction of the bishop of Basle, re cently left Geneva en route for Pales tine. This is the first nlltrrimnsre thnt has ever left Switzerland for the Iloly Land. Are you about to build? If so w that your builder's contract has a clause pro viding tit the structure shall be erected I y union labor which will insure you ol good work and a job completed without delay. Per order Uniou 481, Carpenters and Joiners of America. S. E. Doty, Sec. If tired of paying rent, read the ad. ol the D. A. Perry Keal Estate Agency 011 page 7. Another new lot of souvenir postals at Dodge's jewelry store. Glasses fitted by an eye sidit specialist at J. V. Holton's. O. C. Taylor & Co., Props., Burlington, Vt. A LASTING EFFECT. Tills .Kvhlrnre .Should .Prove .Every tlnlni Made for Moon's Kidney Pills In Barre -rceuer irom tna nam nnii arhaa r,r a had back is alwava wplnnmo tn pvnrv uiicKaciw suirerer; but to cure a lamp, weak or aching back is what's wanted. Cure it SO it Will Ktav rnroH Tf nan . done. Here 3 the strongest evirienen In Geo. W. Brown, fcarnenter of 29 r.nr lln Street), savs ; "Whin Hvir.tr o. ?i Pearl Street in tha winter of 1S97, I pro- curea uoan's Kidney Pills at E. A. Drown's drug store and after clvinsr them a thorough trial I made tho following sraiement tnrougn the Karra newspapers: jjoan 3 iviuney 1'uis were worth their weleht In cold tn m " I'liat la r,i- esc opinion. 1 add my reasons for think trig so. A few years ago I strained my oacK. Jt hotherud me some at the tlmel out 1 paid uttle attention to it, think' ing it would leave off of its own accord It did not It developed nuite a. serious Rooms at reasonable rates. Excellent Dining-room and Cafe. Slain street car at qtiarter of every hoar goes by the door. Three min ctes from the post-office. 59 Sooth Main Street Telephone Call, 46 2. D. & H. Coal Screened Qean Stove, Egg and Nut, -Grate, S8.10 7.90 A FLAT FACT. We Make the Assertion ( and Stand Ready to Prove it) That McArthur's Sar;rarift3 uff! yoar blood. McArthur's Conch your cough. HT- .(..... IT j..t. n 1 ... kidne v trouhte. I S "t1 luur. a ntawece rOWOCtt Will but found nothing t brought permanent mend tfle pain, benefit. Tn nnmA mnnn.. vt, nHan4u vA r K benefit. In some manner was called to Doan' I tried them. They did me a wonderful amount of good, and stopped a weakness of the kidneys and renal organs which was very annoying at night. Now to day, in the of May, 1302, I am pleased to continue my endorsement of Doan's Kid ney Pills. I know nf frlAr1 whr. hni.n been benefited by their use. I have never relapsed into the condition that existed wnen Uoan's Kidney PHI3 first came to my notice. For sale hv nil rionlnra per box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. i., sole agents for the United States Remember tho name Doan's and tnk no other. mv attention MCAfthnr S Half Totitc n-iff .w-.tr Kidney Pills and vntir hntr rrnw 1 me a wonderful ' 0Ur X0Vft We sell and deliver 2000 pounds for a ton. D. M. MILES. Coal, Wood, Coke! Hard Coal, all sizes. A No. i Smithing Coal. Hard and Soft Wood. East Barre Drug Store WE KEEP MOVING. OSTEOPATHY Dill ftfrvrfr nnofoftlH 1 in Frli,enxra in. Iamond Kings, Pius, Brooches and omer articles oi Jewelry. Oar reputation for fine eoods. low dealing does the business for us, and we cuucavui io nye up to our name. Alwas carry a larcre. comn etA nd Warrant ii.c.jr miiuiB warraniea as represented. jrioe Itepalrlng and Engraving. Calder & Richardson, Successors to G. I. Jackson .fe rn Depot Square, - - Barre, Vt. Dry Hard Wood rORSAlf. Best quality. IJas been well housed. I rioe, $2.00 and $2.50 per oord in two oord lots or more for cash. Brings Relief to the Chronic Safferer E O. HOLMES Jeweler and Ontlolan. Garden Block, bm. rmnt. After ail othur systems of treatment fails. For stomach and bcwel trouble, nervous diseases and diseases peculiar to women It Is Dertlianflllt.lv Ml(VWsfnl i 'nnsnllji. tion and examination costs yon nothing. vvr.wj or cn ior literature. Office hours. 0 00 a.m. to 12 tn. and 1 SO iua.au pm. evenings Dy app. intment. Will treat you at your homes when pre- irreu. luesaays ana f naavs excetaea. DR. R. P. EVANS, Room 4, Horse Block, - -' Main St., Earfe. Vt I'lione 137-3. SHORES k KENERSON, PHOTOGRAPHERS Over National Bank, . . Barre, Vt. LOTS FOR Fine work promptly executed. Our prices are low for first-class work. Call and se r. o. L. K. AVERILL, Box 304, .. . Barre, Vermont. W00IV1700D The place to buy Wood of all kinds. A U9 stock of :hmr w , Blol'k Wood. mL,VZ rV": ' "e8 and Kindling Wood. I an prepared to iln nil n.. aad lohblnc at nftv 1 Y "'"v.,u horse and a mau. (Tel. CftU m-S.) . tlx hl. jh. BUSINESS PURPOSES On North Main St. PHOTOG Depot Square, Barre, Vt. 1 have two lots on No. Main St., each with 47 feet frontap-e and a depth of 75 fert, which I will lease for a short or long term of years for business pur poses. A good Iocaiion. For terms and particulars apply to n mm in r- 1 HI I ! I ! LLLUNIIU I t fin ku i JOSEPH D. 0SS0LA, North Main St.. Barr. Vermont. Electric Hesters, Electric Fixtures, Electric Sirlle?. I STANDARD ELEGTRiC CO., H. fi. BENNETT I F. W. NIOHOL8,' 190 North Main St., Barre. i3 $ i . in iULK WCIOCl, I tmh Wood and Chair Waste For sale for cash. Orders may be left at Thwing Bros' boxes. Arthurs. Martin, Hione 204-3. .. . 43 Park St. 4 f C A. CHURCHILL & CO., Electricians. tnc rr n,i . . 1 JjlE-S. feuccessors to O. I. Lriggs. Telephone 15 3 or 207-4. Easement Worthen Block, Bitrrt.. HAIRGOODS. notice from miuVi.ii ln'"Jt, t "hurt the1 pubuoVdr k v- past anl soli,. ltin . '"rl pU-imee In t ie your, with all rwpectf "eftDt SfvokK?"