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I'efore you buy your Winter Coats for the children we re
spectfully ask that you look over our line. We feel satisfied that
we can suit you as to price and quality.
Children's Long Coats at $2.25, $3.50, $4.50, I5.00,
$7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 each.
Children's Reefers at $1.98, $2.50, $3.50 4.50 and $5.00.
Ftfrs. We have just received another lot of Furs in the
newest and latest styles. Also new Muffs.
Watch this space for our Saturday bargain.
71 and 75 Main Street, .... Barre, Venrcnt.
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Ought to Dc Thought of
When . Makin
Many a housewife has
received a gift which soon
went out of style and has
wished the giver had spent
the same amount of money for something she could use
in the house a useful gift that would last for years.
Our, stock today is replete with just such useful and
ornamental gifts as many a good housewife would like and
we'd like vou to see them before selecting elsewhere.
You are not too late for one of those Ocven-Piccc
Chamber Suits for $25.00 if you order now.
B. W. Hooker & Co.,
(Telephone Connection.)
Park Block, Barre, Vt. City Undertakers.
Just try our
Fresh Made and Pure
The only place in the city where
you an get them fresh daily.
nlv a . Few Babels Remain
Of Those Nice N. H. Baldwins at $2.00.
Call soon if you wish to secure some of these Apples. Re
member they are only to be seen at 34 No. Main St.
H. L. AVERILL & CO., North Main St., Barre, Vt.
Just R
A nice lot of new WHITE CLOVER
HONEY, and the price is only
20c Per Pound.
The Boston Bargain Store !
We will have a special an
nouncement in this space
to-morrow. Watch for it.
ef chant's Economic Grocery
Tlie Boston Bargain Store !
Manning union suits at Abbott's.
F. E. Hurr went to Bostun yesterday on
a business trip.
Mitis Jennie rtitterson went to Boston
today 011 a visit.
Jra Calcf of Washington was in the city
today on busiuetts.
liobert Johnson and wife returned today
from St. Jobnsbury.
J. W. Ilolton returned las.t night from a
visit in tpringiield, Mass.
Frof. and Mrs. S. Avery went to Hut
land this morning on a visit.
George Wiltshire went to Burlington
thin morning for a few days' stay.
Hujjh McCnrrier retnrned last night
from a business trip in New York.
Dance at the new pavilion Tuesday
night. See adv. in another column.
I.inley A. AveriU makes a special offer
this week. See his adv. on fitli iae.
MisC Antionette Peliedeau of Granite
ville is visiting friends in the city today,
Fred Crockett has moved from 150
South Main street to a farm in Moretown,
Mrs. P. IT. Brown went to Graniteville
today for a visit at the home of her par
ents. A son wag born to Dr. and Mrs. C. M.
Scribner of East Montpeller yesterday af
ternoon. i
Blue, brown and grey Zibelines, $1.50
quality, for $1.29 per yard at Veale &
The Band of Willing Helpers will meet
in the church parlors Thursday afternoen
after school.
Contributors to the Presbyterian fair
will please send articles to the hall at any
time tomorrow.
L. It. Hutchinson, agent at the Central
Vermont depot, was confined to the house
today with illness.
The rriscilla club will meet with Mrs.
F. W. Jackson of Dewey street Friday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock.
There will be a regular meeting of Xeal
Dow I-oilge, I. O. (J. T., tonight. A full
attendance is desired.
A special meeting of the American Or
der of Foresters will be held at Miles' hall
this eveniug at 6 o'clock.
Keep in mind that the Presbyterian fair
begins tomorrow evening. Don t forget
the place either the Pavillion on Pearl
Lost A gold pin, a heart, anchor and
cross, between post office and National
Bant corner. fiuder please leave at
post office.
There will be a -masqwrade ball In
Unity ball, South Barre, Friday evening,
Deo 5, and Gilbertson's orchestra will fur
nish music.
Klmore'g dancing school opened In Miles'
hall last evening with a very large class of
about 70 couples, and a very "successful
school is assured.
The regular meeting of the Ite.bkahs
will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock,
for the nomination of officers. A full at
tendance is desired.
The Junior Baracca will have a
pleasant evening at the Baptist church
Friday. Deo. 4. liKKJ, 7 o'clock p. m. Par
ents and friends are invited.
H. W. Scott and II. J. Slayton have
sold, through the Cate Ileal Estate Agen
cy, their farm in Williamstown to Hattie
Covilie of this city. Consideration $2,250.
A special conclave of St. AWeirmr com
mandery will be held Thursday evening at
7.30 o'clock to work the Templar degree.
J'er order Emmlnent Commander, E. B.
Rev. R. F. Lowe's Bible class of the
Methodist Sunday school will have a social
at the home of L. E. Jones, 10 Averill
street, this evening. A pleasant program
has been arranged.
Clyde W. Perry has exchanged his new
house on Perry street for the house at the
corner of North Main and Second streets,
owned by Emory Clark of Fast Cabot.
Mr. Clark secures the Perry street house
for a home.
Rev. II. F. Reynolds and wife will hold
revival service in the Cutler Corner school
house, Thursday night, Dec. , begin
ning at 7. B0 o'clock. General invita
tion to the public. 11. F. Reynolds, Barre,
P. O. Box 304.
There was a good attendance at the mu
sical given at the home of Mrs. Fred D
liecKiey last evening, under the auspices
of the Idaueed V . C. T, C. A fine pro
gramme was given, which was thoroughly
ueorge j rianagan, who has been a
popular clerk at the Co-operative store
since it started, finished work there last
night and goes to his home in Moretown
tonight for a short vacation, after which
he will go to New York to work.
A fine chowder supper was served by
the ladies or the Uaptist church last even
ing, after which the liaraca class of the
Sunday school gave one of its "pleasant
evenings." An enjoyable programme was
given ana tne occasion was much enjoyed.
While waiting for the funeral of Mrs.
Austin j-sterday afternoon one of Page
Brothers hacks backed over the bank on
Elm street extensiou, striking against a
tree and breaking the glass windows of
the hack and scratching It np some
what. A flange on one of the wheels of the bag
gage car of the Central Vermont train
broke off yesterday afternoon while run
ning down from Williamstown, and the
the train was teu minutes late in reaching
here and half an hour getting to Montpe
lier where a new car was put on..
Emslie, the florist's new store In the
Otis block on Pearl street, opened for bus
iness yesterday, with a line of potted
plants cut flowers, etc, from their green
house. Orders for designs are also taken
here. The store will be open evenings
until 8 and Sundays from 8 to 12. Tele
phone 152-12.
At the regular review of the Ladies of
the Macabees last evening, the following
officers were elected: Lady commander,
Mr. Myrtle Place; lieutenant command
er, Mrs. Abbie Stone; record keeper, Mrs.
G. Forbes; finance keoper, Mrs. Margaret
Smith; mistress at arms, Mrs. Ethel To
bln; sergeant, Mrs. Cordonia Slayton;
sentinel, Mrs. McXeal; chaplain. Lena
Cortes; picket, Maria Jones. The above
ladies wure elected to serve for the follow
ing term.
There will be a mating of the Promot
ers of the Sacred fit-art League, Thurs
day evening at 7 o'clock in the convent.
All promoters are earnestly requested to
attend this meeting.
Gilbertson'g orchestra will furnish mu
sic for dancing at Unity hall, Friday even
ing, Dec. 5.
HoRtoii PnifMor Cilleil IS.-f ore Mcth
oilUt i:(-l!ttN(!cal (uorl.
Roston, Doc. L Papers have been
nerved upon Professor Borden D.
Rmviio of Boston university c;i!liiiv!
him to trial before tlm eccleslastir:il
court of the Methodist Episcopal
church to answer lo the uenonil charge
of heresy.
Rev. Georve A. Cooke, pastor of Trin
ity Methodist church. West Medfurd.
and a member of the New England
conference, is the formal accuser of
Professor Iiovm and the specifica
tions, five iu number, are based upon
tho general allegation that the pro
fessor has disseminated "doctrines
which are contrary to the articles of
religion or established standards of
doctrines In the Methodist Episcopal
Frofessor Bowne is widely known as
a writer on philosophy, and recent
statements by him concerning the Bi
ble and religious subjects have at
tracted much attention. Rev. Mr. Cooke
is the author of a pamphlet, issued
several months ago and circulated
throughout the Methodist church.which
criticises Professor Bowne's teachings.
The first specification against Pro
fessor Bowne is that the philosopher's
views concerning' the Deity are con
trary to tho plain teachings of tin
Scriptures. The second is that his
views of the inspiration and authority
of the Holy Scriptures are also con
trary to those Scriptures. The third
charge is that his notion of the atone
ment Is contrary not only to the Scrip
tures, but also the ritual of the Lord's
supper lu the discipline of the church.
I flings fin
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Are v hat we are a!! very apt to talk a!
Jjst now it is Ladies' and Children's
Furs and Gjrr
of ail kinds. This weather cr cues a thought of warmer farmer,!
B.tuman & Sperling's
Let's indulge. We will take the children first.
CHILDREN'S FUR SETS from 98c per set up to $15.00 per set.
line ot Children's Coats, which is the largest line of pnpuUr-priced garment.' in this
country. They are well represented in our stock. Their prices are about twenty -
five per cent less than other makers. Vou can satisfy your wants from this line hct'tr
right now than three weeks later.
LADIES' FURS from 9Sc up to $7Q.W eath. Special prices on Furs as tal
lows: $3.98, $4.98, $5.98, $7.98 and $11.98. The $1 1.98 Fur is our f, 1 5. go
grade. Several lots of Furs are already closed, so in many cases we have marked
down better Furs to take their places.
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS that were early last fail $15.00, $20.00 and
$25.00. Your choice of the bunch for $7.98.
LADIES' SAMPLE SUITS. These are the latest style at about half price.
LADIES' SMART JACKETS are here. Our line pleases us, for they
please our customers.
satin lined, at $10.00 are all we claim for them.
OUR LINE OF COATS at $15. 00 are our strongest numbers. They are
the kind we speak of as selling so easy.
Ask us about our new plan for selling Fur Coats. It's a saving to you on F.
Boss & Bro.'s Coats the best make of Coats in New York City. '
A. P A
Skatnl into an Alp Hole.
Lewiston, Me., Dec. 2. A special to
the Evening Journal from Litclilield
says that while a pnry of young men
and women were skating on Woodbury
pond two of them, Lewis Palmer and
M iss Sadio 1 iK'Uer, skated into an air
hole and were drowned. The bodies
were recovered. Palmer was twenty
two years of ho. and Miss Tucker was
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Old gold and silver wanted at refiners'
prices in exchange for goods at F. E. Burr's
FOR SALE Good t!fiviisr horse. Can he
driven hy a woman snfelv. V ill be eoUl ihpsp
for cash. Apply to c i'. joncs, Citv Hall. '-'20tf
TO E EST SI teen-room house, with barn, in
jfmwl shape, ot corner of i'lciisant and J'.rook
strertu. Anjilj' to K. L. Innsmore. li.01.6
TO KKXT Kive-room tenement in Muple
Grcve, in exn llent condition. A barjrain for
inter. Harvey Herey, 67 Kwtt M. ' IWtf
For Men. We have warm Winter Caps in many styles.
Caps that will pull down over the ears and neck, Driving Caps,
Caps for teamsters and men who work out of doors, Double
Band Golf and Brighton styles any kind of Cap for any pur
pose. Prices, 25c to $4.00 each.
For Boys and Children. School Caps, Caps to protect
the young heads that are always out of doors in cold weather.
No use trying to describe our Boys' and Children's Caps. The
stock is too large. From 15 to 75c is about the price range.
One Price Clothier.
Hatter and Men's Outfitter.
Paul E.
Fountain g: I
Thev do not leak.'!
4 'VI
And You Arc to Get
The Benefit of It.
We fuve UvJtp-five Two-Quart Hot
Water Bottles regular one-dollar grade
and each one warranted for a year that we o
are going to sell at two-thirds regular price, or
68c Each. 2
J 60 North Main St. Rickert k Wei's. $
Think About It, anJ Think Quick.
neither do they sweat
and, best of all, they?, G)SttS3:z?$?d&$?XttS&?&$22T?&?&,
don't refuse to write
when called upon, u'
The Simplest! Tf
The Best!?
Prices :
$J.50 to $6.00 :
Shores & Kcnerson, NtrL ng' 1
1 60 Korth Main St.,
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Dim't. delay ynur RittlnK's for Iloliiiay I'tiDtiipniphs.
Now is tlift time if you want tliem for CtiriHtma.
S!Sk ft.
Insist on Having the Genuine!
It has the above Trade-mark stamped
opon It every three feet.
Barre, Vt., Nov. 12, 1903.
Mr. W. II . Pitkin, Barre, Vt.
Dear Sir At a special maeting of the
City Council held on November nth,
1903, it was voted to indorse the "Rub
eroid" Roofing sold by you as a material
complying with our City Ordinances with
in the fire district. Respectfully yours,
"Ask for Samples and Prices.
Telephone 231-2. Room 3, Miles Building Bane.
Two cans of Plums for - - - -
Two cans of Peaches for - -
Two cans of Pears for - - . -
Canned String Beans, something good, 15c per can
or four cans for -Stuart's
Kippered Herrings, imported, per can, -
Meat Department.
Home-made Salt Pork, from Native Pigs, 12c per
pound or nine pounds for - ... JJ1.00
Fresh Smoked Haddies, per pound, - - - 8c
Our Lard is steam rendered in a closed kettle. No
smoke, dust or dirt. We use only pig pork and render the
Lard twice a week. It pleases others and will please you.
Price per pound. - - - - 11 and 1 2c
Leading Cash Grocer. Meats and Provisions.

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