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THE liAlMti: DAILY TIMES, NOV. 23, 1003.
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1" Where Shall I
At Holton's,
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The largest and best stock of
Silverware and
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J. W. HOLTON, Jeweler and Optician,
'J Mileage Books to Pent ca All Eoais.
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BUY DIAMONDS.
Aside from their beauty
ornaments, DIAMONDS are
Tkov -,rf ifwivi ctsfcV ?n
out of them at a moment's notice. Buy DIAMONDS, and
buy them of us.
FRED
Depot Square, Barre, Vt.
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The Consumer and
food products. How
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and Milk? We are headquarters in the city.
GRANITE CITY
Worthen Block, Keith Avenue, -
TICE!
All parties owing the Aqua
Pura Company at the time of the
change in the firm, Aug. ist,
are requested to call and pay the
same at once, that the old ac
counts may be cleaned up.
Charles Zanleoni.
B.D.TOIASI 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 a ad Seminary Sts., -' - Barre, Vermont.
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UP-TO-DATF. FIVE
O. C. Taylor & Co.,
Buy My Watch?"
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of Course!
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Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Optical Goods,
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Hale's Block, North Main St.
and their deserved popularity as
a safe and sensible investment.
vzhie. Yoa can get vour monev
KING,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
Sell Watches!
line includes the Waltham,
Elgin, Hampden, Hamilton,
New Columbus, Illinois.
Burr & Co., JgS
Jewelers, c
icians, 5
(Telephone 10-21)
Main St., Barre, Vermont.
Producer the better with most
is it with your Butter, Cream
CREAMERY,
- " Barre, Vermont.
mi
GHentela Italian
Dovendo recarmi in Italia alia fine
di questo mese e lasciare l'incarico che
avevo nel dipartimento della birrx di
A. Scampini prego caldamente tutti
coloro che avessero debiti o credit! ver
so di me a voler regolare al pin presto
i loro ccnti recandosi all'ufficio di
Scampini in Berlin St. onde poter con
segnare i m ei Iibri.
LOUIS BIANCHI.
Eureka Creamery has been fitted up for a
invite you to call and inspect.
This Seal is Upon All Our
Wall Papers.
I a en in the lower priced goods you
will find designs and shadings that are
truly works of art, while in the higher
grades- well, call and see them, as we
can't describe them. Over 70,000
rolls to select from. We have the '
largest line to be found in Vermont.
C. A. HEATH,
Tel. 155-3. 10 Elm Street.
ffb k$ i
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- CENT GGAR.
Props.,lBarliagtoa,7;Vt.
JHE BaiiilE OAlLYTiiVlES
monuw, M)VKHiU.i: s:sf 1103.
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MOON'S PHASES
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33,000 LIMIT OX ONK LIFE.
The limit in the "National" is $25,000.
Some think this la "Old-fashioned." The
National is an old-fashioued company, and
if old-fashioned business honesty in pur
pose and action is objectionable, then we
are out of the race. We solicit your pat
ronage on these lines.
The National Life Insurance Company
of Vermont (Mutual.) ORGANIZED In
1850. S. S. Ballard, General Agent, N. li.
liallard, Local Agent, Rooms 2 and 3,
Miles Block, Barre, Vt.
TALK OF TEE TOWN. .
Wool underwear of the best make at
Veale & Knight's.
Oysters ou the half shell at the Hotel
Northern lunch room.
The office room formerly occupied by W.
II. 1'itkin in the Miles', erauite block is to
rent. Apply to N. B, Ballard.
There vftll be a rernlar nieetina'of Min
nehaha Encampment No. 2, I. O. O. F.,
Moni ay evening, Nov. T, at 7."0. Work,
third degree, licfreshmeuts will be serv
ed.
cial will be held Wednesday evening.Noy.
2."), In Hale's new hall ou Pearl street.
tor full particulars and programme see
adv.
We, the undersigned, members of Loea-
2(!t, of the Master Horseshoers Assooial
tion of Barre will, after Nov. 1, 1903, do
a strictly cash business. K. C. Brigps,
W. T. Burgess, 11. Martiu, F. B. Minard,
J. A. McLeod, William Walsh, J. A. B-en-no,
II. A. McNeil, G. Lallue, II. Bloson
aud Toinas.
The ladies of the Tresbyterian church
are to have their annual fair on the even
ings of December 3, 4 aud 5. Upon each
of these evenings articles, both useful and
ornamental, will be ottered lor sale, and ft
pleasing entertainment will be provided.
Fuller announcement will be made later
bnt in the meautime keep the dates in
mind.
Call at the F. 15. Cate real estate agenoy
for a great bargain in a farm containing
130 acres, comfortable buildings, 12 head
of cattle, 2 horsfs, 2 hogs, 00 hens, 3 har
nesses,! two horse wagon, lone-horse wa
on, 1 buggy, sleds, mowing machine, rake,
milk separator, plows, cultivator, 150
bushels of oats, 100 bushels of potatoes,
15 tons of fodder, all small tools. Trice
$1,700, small payment down.
GEAKITEVILLE.
The lady Catholic Foresters of Granite
vilie will hold their first animal ball Wed
nesday evening, Nov. 25, in Miles' hall.
Good music by .O'Brien's orchestra, f 1 per
couple. J. IS. Fitzpatrick will be floor
director.
' " " rnriitfauj-oo Mate.
The London Journal of Tropical
Medicine describes the Paraguayan
tlriuk "mate" as n stimulant for un
usual strain of labor. The loaves are
infused like leu and drunk through a
metal tube, though' it c;m be taken
with milk and sugar. South American
woodcutters' will work upon It live or
six hours before breakfast.
Amazon it Kliti l!iil!ipr.
Rubber yielding trees occur In about
One-twentieth of the Amazon - region,
covering nearly H.ODO.OUO square ujiles.
Fire In Norlhwtnttri Unlvrlty.
Chicago, Nov. 21. The law and med
ical department of - Northwestern uni
versity has narrowly escaped destruc
tion. The flames started from a de
fective elecfric wire on the fourth floor
of the building, widen was formerly
the Tremont House, and after burning
out a lecture room crept up tin elevator
sbnft to the seventh floor, where a
clinic room was destroyed. The loss 1;
SlO.OOo; ' : .-
J)r. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup seems
especially adapted to the needs of the chil
dren. Pleasant to take; soothing in its
IriflilOnrtO It ia tVa rili.lrr,f nil ranuiflma
for evrv form of throat n.nl binfj disesa
Tei thousand demons gnawing away at
one-8 vuais couldn't m muon worse than
the torturea of itching piles. Vet there's
a cure. Doan'g Ointment never fail,
B'i'-'ioek Blood Bitters gives a man a
cleai i.iead, an active brain, a strong vieor-
oun U'Miy mattes mm ti lor cue naule
of lite.
Croup Instantly relieved. Dr. Thomas'
Kcleetrio ,Oil. Perfectly safe. Never
fails. At any drug store.
5fAreyoi about to boild? If so see that
your builder's contract has a clause pro
viding that the structure shall be erected
ly union labor which will insure yon of
pood work aud a job completed without
delay. Per order Union 4sl, Carpenters
and Joiners of America. S. 11. Doty, See.
Another new lot of souvsnir postals at
Dodge's jewelry store.
Glasses fitted by an eye sight specialist
st J. W. Holton's.
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COLLETS LE50"INATED.
For Mayor of ll.ixton Snaltftw tlie
IteiiuliHcKti Cmlifln!e.
P.ostou, Nov. 21. Complete returns
from the city primaries show 'that Pat
rick A. Collins wnjs renominated for
mayor by the Immoersts by a plurality
of 10,471 over hiss opponent, Fred S.
Gore, and that George N. Swallow was
r.ominated for mayor by the Itepuljlic
ans by a plurality of 3,151 over Michael
J. Murray and a plurality of 3,802 over
I), K. II. Gersey, his two contestants
for the nomination. The total vote of
Mayor Collins whs 30.W4 and of Candi
date Swallow 0.3C3.
What proved to be the most Inter
esting feature of the primaries was
the exciting nice for the nomination at
the bauds of the Republicans fur street
commissioner between Andrew J. Sul
livan ami Isaac B. F. Allen, the latter
being a well known negro politician.
Mr. Sullivan finally won by the narrow
margin of four yobs, his total being
5,410. James A. Gallivan, the Demo
cratic nominee, was unopposed for a
renomination.
Flf(en Iiuntlr-1 Homeless.'
Mexico City, Nov. 21. The fire al
Vera Cruz destroyed Seven blocks ol
dwellings, leaving 1,500 people home
loss. Nearly all the victims of the Dr
were poor people, the commercial in
tores ts of the port not being affected.
Colorado Mayor. Arr-ted.
Trinidad, Colo.. Nov. 21. The mayor,
marshal and other city ofiicials of
Hastings were arrested on complaint
of the striking mine workers, charged
with false arrest of the otlicials of the
mine workers. They -were brought to
Trinidad and gave bonds.
Preferential Trade UITI Paused.
Wellington, N. 7... Nov. 21. The up
per Louse has passed the preferential
trade bill.
Jolla Came and Went.
In 1831 an island which received the
baptismal name of Julia appealed oft
the south coast of Sicily. After uti
earthly existence of just two months
It was again received into the deep,
which had given and then taken away.
Soundings which were taken nt the
epot showed n depth of fifty meters.
A C hinese Edict.
During a rebellion in China in 1S33
an Imperial edict was issued at Peking
ordering ofiicials to destroy all sulphur
deposits, to prevent Insurgents from
obtaining material for gunpowder. As
these deposits were eliietly active vol
canic craterlets, the otiicials had their
bands full.
AFTER
twenty years
suffering'
From Hackache and using many
kinds of backache curt s, I have
never fund anything that gave
me so much relief as
DR. GOSSOM'S
KIDNEY AND BLADDER CURE, '
says Wm. W. Stewart, 391 May
Street, Buffalo.
This wonderful remedy is
guaranteed by the manufacturers
to cure any form of kidney or
bladder trouble. It is sold at
50c a box bv
E. i DROWN, 48 No. Main St.
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If Ton hftvr-n't a rotftilnr, healthy movement of Urn
bowels evtiry dav, you're ill or A ill be. Kepyour
boPia opeii, ad be well. Force, in the eh ape of
violent physic or pill poison. 1 danseroun. Tha
anioothesit, eawJest, most perJuct wiy of keeping
tL bowels ciutir aud clean 1 to take
CANDY
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleanant. Talntftble. PotBnt, Tasts Good, Do
Oood, Kwvt'r Hiuk-n, Wfiftk.pn or(Jrijuu 10. 6 And
60 conta t'r box. Write fur free snuiplo, and bixilc
lot on health. Ad.lrcBa 4..J
Sterling fiemcrty Company, Chicago or Km York.
KEEP YOOa 1L00D OIMI
OSTEOPATHY
Two years hence you will wonder why yoa Hi
not believe in Osteopathy before.
Think it over.
No knife.no drugs. Juit applied common-.'eise.
Specialty Kervous Diseases and Diseases of
Women. Consultation free.
Office hours, !) 00 a.m. to 12 m. and 1.80
to 5.30 p.m. Evenings by appointment.
Will treat you at your homes when pre
ferred. DR. R. P. EVANS,
Room 4. Morse Block, - - Main St., Earre, Vt
fhono 137-3.
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Poleters
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I BARRY & WILLIAMS,
I Home. Bakery,
30 and 32 Farrt Street, 1
Montpelier. Vt.
Pure Milk Bread
fe Merchant's Economic Grocery k
2 AND (rf
2 Parker & Tassie's Gsh Market,
fa BARRE, VERMONT.
ycosiie
I am agent
. for this Great
est Wonder of
the Nineteenth
.Century. It
cures pain In
siatsily with
out Ukin; a
drop of medi-,
cine. It lasts
for years.
Price, I,(M).
L. S. NORRIS, Barre.
We Sell
and Guarantee
2SC ANTI-GRIPINE
Cures Grip, Coughs, Colds
and Headaches.
East Bane Drug Store,
J. H. KcARTHUR. Prop.
SOUTH Ei 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.
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UNION MADE.
If you go hunting this
Fall ami can't locate anv-
thing, put i;p your gun and
seek solace in a Blue Rib
bon Cigar.
L O. MARRION,
Pipes and Tobacco,
Union Cagar Store. Corner Cigar Store,
(Two stores are Ijctter than one.)
IE KEEP MOVING.
Our stock by underselling all competitors
In Diamond Kines. Pius. IJronehea nnri
other articles of Jewelry. Our reputation
for fine goods, low prices aud honorable
deulina does the business for
endeavor to live up to our name. AUvas
carry a large, complete and elegant stock.
Every article warranted as represented.
Fine Repairing ml Engraving.
B O. HOLMES,
Jeweler and Optician,
Gordon Block, Barre, Vermont.
TheL
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Uniformity in Baking,
Abundance of hot water.
Immense saving in fuel.
Simplicity in constn.tc.tlon.
Perfect cleanliness and ease
of management.
These are fcut few ol tli many good
reasons why you should buy a "Built to
Bake' Household Range.
Cor. Main and Merchant Sts.
D. k II Coal
Screened Qeaa
Stove, Egg and Nut, -Grate,
- - - -
$8.20
8.00
We sell and deliver 2000
pounds for a ton.
D. H. MILES.
Goal, Wood, Coke!
Hard Coal, all sizes.
A No. i Smithing Coal.
Hard and Soft Wood.
Calder Richardson,
-Successors to
O. I. Jackson & Co.,
Depot Square, - - Barre, Vt.
CI f A r7
&y iLm ia luasw
Dry Hard Wood
FOR SAtE.
Best quality. lias been well housed.
Price, $2.50 jer cord In two cord lots or "
more for cash.
L. K. AVERHX,
P. O. Box C04, - - Barre, Vermont.
WOOD
The place to buy Wood of all kinds. A
large stock of Chair Wood, No. 1 beat
Block Wood, Mixed .Soft and Hard Wood
blabs and Kindling Wood.
MOVING AND JOBBING.
I am prepared to do all kinds of moving
and jobbing at fifty cents per hoar for two
horses and a man.
L. J. BOLSTER,
(Tel. Call 152-3.)
283 No. Main St, ' Barre, Vermont.
ock Wood,
Limb Wood and
Chair Waste
For sale for cash. Orders may
be left at-Thwing Bros' boxes.
Arthur S. Martin,
Phone 204-3. - - - 43 Tark St.
C. A. CHURCHILL & CO.,
Electricians.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. Successors
to O. T. JJriggs. Telephone 15-3 or 207-4.
pMement Worthen ltlock, Barre.
HAIR GOODS.
Mrs. C. S. Mc.iknr, 40 .Tctrenton St., my nRmt,
will 1 to furnish Hair Goods, Wi'S, r'nint
I'mccs, .".wltolxis, etc., if not in stock, t short
notion Irom my Manchester store. Thanking
tilt) pulilic for their liheral patronspw iu th
as. and soliciting a contintiinico of the siiiim)
in the fnti.ie for my luront and mjuHf, I am
yours with all respect, ti. M. Vcltli.
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ELEGTRiCWIRING
Electric Hesters,
Elecfric Fixtures,
Elecfric Snpplies.
standardIlectric CO,
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H. 13. BENNKTT,
P. W. NICHOLS,
169 North Main Bt., Earre.
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