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LLECA'-rt-CLi.sO-CC'.fO .r ,
UNSURPASSED.
Hotton's EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST for Tree Examination. H
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J. W. HOLTON, Jeweler and Optician,
U W:tj P.not in T?,-nf r,n All
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HEN YOU 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
D:pot Square, Barre, Vt.
I W-aO MfiiS44$tMH1lH)lM
We
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F. E.
85 North
The Nearer
The Consumer and Producer the better with most
food products. How is it with your Butter, Cream
and MiJk? We are headquarters in the city. '
GRANITE CITY CREAMERY,
Worthen Block, Keith Avenue, - - Barre, Vermont.
NOTICE!
All p-, I'les owing the Aqua
l'nCompany at the time of the
change in the firm, Aug. 1st,
are requested to call and pay the
same at once, that the old ac
counts may be cleaned up.
Charles Zanleoni.
B. D. T0MASI GENERAL STORE
NEW DEPARTMENT.
The store formerly occupied by the
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
B. D. Tomasi Store,
Cor. North Main and Seminary Sts., -
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C. A.
Telephone Call, 155-3.
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UP-TO-DATF. FIVE-CENT QGAR. ,
O. C. Taylor &?Co., Props., BrIington,lVt.
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HC CMS! D that complains ft
f1
c f not btu
le to see n
well at school, or has trouule t
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with its eyes while studying
should be attended to with- HI
out delay. j,KE IT TO
Hale's B!od, North Main St. g
KING,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
Sell Watches ! i
Our line includes the Waltham,
Elgin, Hampden, Hamilton,
New Columbus, Illinois.
Burr & Co., Jg$3,
(Telephone 10-21)
Main St., Barre, Vermont. I
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Notice -to Public.
All parties buying goods of A. Scampini
are notified that all barrels, half barrels and
bottles should be returned to the above
agent and not be sold, as there is a heavy
fine for so doing. If parties buying goods
will notify me when barrels or bottles
are empty, they will be called for at once.
A. SCAMPINI,
I Berlin Street, - - Barre, Vermont.
Eureka Creamery has been fitted up for a
invite you to call and inspect.
Barre, Vermont,
ARE YOU INTERESTED
WALL PAPER?
IN
If SO visit thf Wall Pinpr
, t.v..
Store at Nn. in Rim 9,t-rpi-
and see the largest and most
elegant line to be found out
side the large cities. Sixty
thousand rolls to select from.
Lowest prices ever given bv
anyone on first-class goods.
HEATH,
Office and Salesroom, 10 Elm Street.
HOBBY'9
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SLOW AU Sl'ltK INVESTMENTS
are all riLt, but who guarantees the sure
part.' Mow takes care of itself. Any
kind of an income la slow enough. Insur
ance luvesinieuis are always as ouick as
any. Always up when others are down.
."Sold at less price, redeemed at par and a
dividend. Ispell the word Insurance, 1-X
nr-u-i-A-.--:-. ininK what it means
and buy some. 54th year, doing business
in .ij Mates.
The National Life Insurance Company
of Vermont (Mutual.) ORGANIZED in
1850. b. S. Ballard, General Agent, N. B
Mallard, Ixcal Agent, Rooms 2 and 8,
Miies moos., liarre, Vt.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Oysters on the half shell at the Hotel
Northern lunch room.
Don't forget the dance in the Castle se
ries at Miles' hall this evening.
Keuiember the dance to be given under
me auspices oi ine laaies 01 tne aiacea
bees November 17.
The City Fish Market lias the largest
supply and the best stock In fresh aud
salt water lish to be found in the city.
Don't forget that Wilder's orchestra is
to have charge of the musical part of the
programme, luesday evening, November
Will the committee on booths for the
Lniversalist fair meet in the vestrv Katur
Lday evening at o'clock to plan for the
same.
Don't miss old Aunt Dinah In her Geor
gia cabin at the Universalist fair Nov. 10,
il, 12, 13. She will serve Southern deli
cacies to her friends, which you will rel
ish. For fancy work and other articles visit
the New York booth, where you will be
greeted by Indian maidens such as we
read of in she Leatherstoeking Tales, at
the Universalis fair next week.
O. H. Hale is changing his auction pa
vilion into a publio hall, and it is neces
sary that the furniture, etc, be disposed
of. In order to clear it up he ia holding
special auction sales daily. See adv.
C. A. Heath has placed orders with sev
eral of the leading wall paper manufac
turers for over (!0,000 rolls of wall paper
to be shipped as fast as made. Several
invoices are already lu and for sale at 10
Flru street.
Hold jour appetites for the "harvest"
supper that the ladies of the Church of
the (J ood Shepherd are going to give on
Tuesday evening, November 10th from
5.!0 until 7.00 In the church vestry. The
menu will be aunomiced later.
The next meeting of tlw Ministers'
Monday club will be in the Methodist
church of liarre, Nov. W, at 10 o'clock.
Paper, Kev. B. 0. Koberts, The Eucharist;
paper, Kev. T. II. Mitchell, The Ultimate
Tribunal of Appeal. Discussion. V. A.
Kinzie' Seo'y.
We, the undersigned, members of Loca
204, of the Master" Ilorseshoers Associal
tion of Barre will, after Nov. 1. 1903. do
a strictly cash business. E. C. Hriggs,
W. T. Uurgoss. H. Martin, F. B. Miaard.
J. A. Mcl.eod, William Walsh, J. A. Deu-
no, II. A. McNeil, G. Laliue, II. Biuson
and Tomas.
It seems a little early to think of Christ
mas, but It will be here before we realize
it. llow much more we will enjoy it if
we know that our gifts are ready to send
as tue festal day draws neat. Try it this
year and see. Go to the Japanese Bazaar
next week and at the fancy booth you can
get the most attractive gifts imaginable.
GKANITEVILLF.
The lady Catholic Foresters of Granite-
ville will hold their first annual ball Wed
nesday evening, Nov. 25, in Miles' hall.
Good music by O'Brien's orchestra. $1 per
couple.
Dance at Miles' hall, Graniteviile, everv
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock. Also in
struction In dancing for beginners from
seven to eitjht o'clock on the above dates.
Instruction by W. N. Mack ay, late assiat-
ant instructor of the Boston School of
Music.
WULIAMST0WN.
The ladies of the Universalist church
are making elaborate preparations for
their annual chicken pie supper and ba-
zar, to be JPrlday, Nov. 13, at the town
bail. They will present some very novel
attractions, a country store and post office,
a Japanese booth, Mother Shipton and the
Airicau Dodger, home made candies and
other attractions. A Gibson girl will pre
side over the Ladies' Home Journal booth.
suuscripuons win oe taken mere A mu
sical programme will be given during the
evening.
Are you about to build? If so see that
your builder's contract has a clause pro
viding that the structure shall be erected
t y union labor which will Insure vou of
good work and a job completed without
delay. Per order Union 481, Carpenters
and Joiners of America. S. Ii. Doty, Sec.
Another new Ut at stuvtair nostala at
Dodge's jwelry stare.
Glasses fitted by an eye sight specialist
at J. VP. Ilolton's.
Su. Ho. Ta. We. Til.
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MINISTER'S NOVEL WAGER.
(Make lrlul t, in m n io u Srrilrr
pnd Suit f (luihlniir.
Afhr the i'i-:yoi- hi' . tin- mtvhi at
Phi!h P.iiptist tl.un.ti, nt'ar U.lin,
l'a., the otluT niht Ki-v. Moses K.
liraxtcii. the pastor, a novt'l
proposition to the uiciiiUts of the cod-Kn-gatloti,
whirl) was revivett with
favor.
The nilnihtt'r propose to collect t'io
puui of $.-) before hi entire coiikh-ku-tiou
will oolh't t $00, and If lio loses bo
Will buy a hund.soHii.' communion serv
ice for use In the church. If in? wins,
the congregation is to buy him a new
black huit, tho cost not to exceed '25.
The congregation in desirous of pur
chasing a church lot and is trying hard
to raise the necessary money.
fan the Silk Hat Tie Uoingf
Is the Kill; hat doomed? That its use,
except on quite formal occasions, Is be
ing discarded both by professional and
commercial men there can ho no ques
tion, says the London Telegraph. For
every tall hat asked for there are quite
fifty or sixty felt hats and caps sold.
In other directions the silk hat has also
been very badi.v hit. It used to be a
custom for all bank clerks to appear at
business in the regulation piik hat.
What happens now? Half the men
wear caps or straws and the other half
bowlers. Thin breaking of a time hon
ored custom was duo to a large extent
to the example set by the members of
the London Stock Exchange,
A Social Sriii.
Ono must go to the Kansas newspa
pers for new and picturesque forms
of expression, says the Kansas City
Journal. Speaking of the girl who
passed the coffee aud sandwiches at a
recent party, a Jewell county paper
says, "She waited upon the guests
with a magnificent social alertness
most pleasing to all."
Tnmut the Future Great.
The Australian federation seems like
ly to settle upon Trmmt as the per
manent capital of the commonwealth,
tut it is a condition that the town
must change its name, says the New
York World. Ottawa, the capital of
Canada, was originally named Bytown,
but Tumut is much worse.
DECIDE YOURSELF.
The Opportunity In Here, . Hacked by
Ilnrre TrHtitnony.
Don't take our word for It.
Don't depend on a stranger's statement.
Koad liarre endorsement.
Rend tha statementss of Barre citizens.
And decide for yourself.
Here is one caso of It.
C. Milne (retired), address S3 Branch
St.. says : "When I first noticed a dull
aching in the email of my back, about
three years ago I did not pay much at
tention to It, although very often the
twinges radiated to the shoulders. But
by and by, when 1 noticed It every morn
ins when getting up after an hour or so.
and when In the evening I Bat down to
read a newspaper I found that tha dull
chronic aching kept up Its aggravation,
then I became anxious about my condi
tion, for I knew there was some dis
turbed action of the kidneys. I -was
often so nervous from the irksome ach
ing that 1 was compelled to get up and
walk around the rooms so as to keep the
miserable feeling under subjection. When
suffering very acutely I happened to read
about Doan's Kidney Bills and I waaln
duced from the advertisement to go to
K. A. Drown's drug store for a box.
After a .few days' treatment I noticed a
decided Improvement and a continuation
of the use of the pills completely stop
ped the annoying attack. Since then I
have not noticed any symptoms of a re
currence." For sate by all dealers. Price E0 cents.
Foster-Millxirn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., solo
agents for tho United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
UNION MADE.
If you go hunting this
Fall and can't locate any
thing, put up your gun and
seek solace in a Blue Rib
bon Cigar.
E. O. MARRIOIN,
Pipes and Tobacco,
Union Cagar Store. Corner Cigar Store.
(Two stores are better than one.)
OSTEOPATHY
js rre-emmentiy successful in the cure
of all stomach and Intestinal Disorders,
Catarrh of the Stomach or Bowels, Dysen
tery, Plus, Piles, Constipation, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia and flatulency.
Office haurs, ft 00 a.m. ta 12 rn. and 1.30
to f.:j() p m. Kvig8 by appointment.
Will trat you at yur haoies when pre-
lorrea.
DR. R. P. EVANS,
Room 4, Morse Block, - - Main St., Barre, Vt
l'hn 137-3.
L. A. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Plaster&sg and
Bricfcwerfc. -
Office, 5 Park Race, Barre, Vt.
Ribbon
.lion
Do
Your
Cooking
BARRY & WILLIAMS,
I Home Bakery,
30 ani 32 Barre Street,
Montpeiier, Vh ,
Pure Milk Bread
J FOH SAI.K AT C
Merchant's Economic Grocery
A -ANO-
Parker & Tassie's Cash Market,
a BARRE, VERMONT.
The Lycosite
I am agent
for this Great
est Wonder of
the Nineteenth
Centary. It
cures pain in
stantly with
out taking a
drop of medi
cine. It lasts
for years.
I'rice, 1.00.
L. S. NORRIS, Barre.
We Sell
and Guarantee
25c AKTI-GRIPINE 25c
Cures Grip, Coughs,. Colds
and Headaches.
East Barre Drug Store,
J. H. McARTHUR, Prop.
801)111 El 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 South Main Street.
Telephone Call, 46-2.
UNION
HORSESHOEING SHOPS
Union men take notice! The
Union Horseshoeing Shops are
as follows:
E. C. Brigg.,
J. A. Denno,
J. A McLeod,
H. Marran,
W. T. Burgess,
George Laline,
Henry Bisson,
A. Turn as,
H. A. NcNeil,
F. B. Minard.
E KEEP MOVIKI
Our stock by underselling all competitors
in Diaaitnd Kifis, Tins, Brooches and
other articles f Jewelry. Our reputation
far fie ras, low prices aid honerable
dealing es ta business far us, and we
eeavor ta live up t our name. Alwas
carry a large, complete and elegant stock,
Evary article warranted as represented.
f la Konlrif Hd Kngraving.
E O. HOLMES,
Jewwiar aa Optioian,
Coarfeo Cfeok, Barre, Vermont
A small oven is a
nuisance takes
tw ice as much time,
twice as much coal.
Household
Ovens are s
large
and roomy that you
can do all your bak
ing at one time.
Bake 16 pies at once
Every Household Range
...2Sa..
"Built to Bake.
Furniture Dealers, Barre, Vt.
D. & H. Coal
Screened Clean
Stove, Egg and Nut, -Grate,
- - - - -
58.20
8.00
We sell and deliver 2000
pounds for a ton.
D. M. RULES.
Coal, Wood, Coke I
Hard Coal, all sizes.
A No. i Smithing Coal.
Hard and Soft Wood.
Calder & Richardson,
Successors to
G. I. Jackson & Co.,
Depot Square, - - Carre, Vt.
Dry Hard Wood
TOR SALE.
Best quality. Has been well' housed,
rrioe, $2.00 and $2.50 per cord in two
oord lots or more lor cash.
L. K. AVERUX,
Bo 30.1, . - Barre, Vermont.
P. O.
00D, WOOD
The place to buy Wod of all kinds. A
large utotk or Chair W'ooa, No. J best
Block Wod, Mixed ISoft and Bard Wood
and Kindling Wood.
.J,
I am prepared to do all kinds ol moving
and Jobbing at fifty cents cer honr for twr
horses and a man.
L. X BOLSTER,
. ' (Tel. Call 152-4.)
mi Re. Mi Ki., Eure, Wnuom.
lock Wood.
Limb Wood and
Chair Waste
For sale for cash. Orders may
be left at'Thwing Bros' boxes.
Arthur S. Martin,; -
rhone 204-3. '. . . 43 Park 8l
C A. CHURCHILL & CO.,
Electricians.
L!;,CCALSUIPLIES' Successors
to O. 1. Brlggs. Telephone 15-3 or 207-4.
Basement Worthen Block, Barre.
HAIR GOODS.
Mrs. C. 8. Mealier, 40 Jefferson fit. t!)va!r(nt
will I KM to furnish Hair Gomto, fr.mi
I-iwes, .switches, etc., if nt jB tock t hrt
notice from my lla.ihmer orft IrhLfk i S
L LPTD P.IU
in
lb J
LLLUIMD I
111
Electric Hesters,
Electric Fixtures,
tlectnc Ssfpli
STANDARD ELECTRIC CO.,
H. O. BBIWKTT,
F. W. KIOHM,
199 North Main Bt., Barre. I
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