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Tin: uARiJi: daily tidies, dec. 2. 1003.
"Where Shall I Buy My Watch?! At Holton's, of Course! H flit BARiiE DAILY ThMES 25 1 The largest and best stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, j j 1 y- kj. ouverware ana wpncai uuua. g J. W. HOLTON, Jeweler and Optician, fj H Kifeaee Books to Rent on All Koads. Hale's Block, North Main St. ta v Splendid Holiday Stock. Everybody get ready for Christmas. We are the people and have the goods. We want to sell them to you and to do so have put the price low. We have a large stock to select from. Come everybody and bay and receive presents. FRED KING, Depot Square. Baric, Vt. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. f r 4 f m ' wc sen watches! 1 Our line includes the Waltham, Elgin, Hampden, Hamilton, New Columbus, Illinois. WKU KHIJAY. BtCEHBI K . 1UOX TWKLVK CATS WEKE KILLED and thr were injured by the explosion of a gA tank iato which a basket of cats were being lowered for a painless death by a Soaiety fur PreYention of Cruelty, etc. Thi teacaei that even In sett hu mane, there is danger. Hence Insurance, and thence Annuity. 54th year, doing business In 35 Mate. The .National Life Insurance Company cf Vermont (Mutual.) OKUAMZKD tn 1850. S. S. liallard, General Agent, N. B. Iialiard, Local Agent, Hooms 'i and 3, Miles Block, Barre, Vt. TALK OF TEE TOWN. The private dance will be held in Miles' hall Dec. 3. shell at the Hotel iMfc.ifr.MW MM F. E. Burr & Co., (Telephone 10-21) 85 North Main St., Barre, Vermont. - " 111 ' '"" """"" IMBW1 a IM1 I lis ' if eh lir cycyc We have a supply of GOOD EGGS. Also the best Gilt-edged Butter, nice thick Cream, pure Sweet Milk and other dairy products. L. B. DODGE, Worthcn Elock, Keith Aramc. GRAMME CITY CREAMERY. Rubber Boots and Shoes Cheap. Two hundred dollars' worth of Rubber Boots, Leggings, Rubber Overshoes, etc. the balance of my stock bought last year, when prices were half what they are nowto be sold at cost. Call at once if you want to get a bargain. JOE D. OSSQLA, Hotel Milano, North Main St., - - - Barre, Vermont. 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 . Tel. Our This Seal is Upon All YVa',1 Papers. Even 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, '55-3- 10 Elm Street. Oysteu on the halt Northern lunch room. The Over the Tea Cups club will meet with Mr. F. T. Cutler, Thursday after noon at 2.30 o'clock. Fleeced hose for boys and girls, pood ones, at I5o per pair or two pairs f or 20o, at Veale & Knight's. - The Italian Draruatia club will give the play, "La Tasea," at the opera house Sat urday evening, Dec. 5. The office room formerly occupied by W. U. I'itkiti in the Miles' granite block is to rent. Apply to N. B, Ballard. The ladies of the ' Baptist church will hold a Christmas sale in the Averill block on the afternoon and evening of Deo. 9. All those holding accounts against St. Monica's fair are requested to turn them in to Mrs. T. J. Denting as soon as possi ble. The first annual masquerade of the Queen ot the Forest Circle, No. 357 will be held at Hales' l'avilion, Friday even lag, ueo. 18. The Murray class of the Universalist Sunday school will present the play "Mr. Bob" Tuesday evening, December 8, for the beneht 01 the Sunday school. There will be a series of dances held In Armory hall erery Saturday evenlaff nn der the auspices of Co. E, V. N. G. Mu- sio will be furnished by Wilder's orches tra. Admission 00 cents; ladies free. A joint meeting of the Amusement Committee of the ladles of Clan Gordon and the Amusement Comuaittw of Claa Gordon No. 12 will be held Wednesday evening, Dec. 2d, at 7 o'clock, In Clan rooms, when each member will hand In unsold tickets and cash for those sold, Special convocation of Ruth Chapter. O. K. S., Wednesday evening, December 2d, at 7 o'clock . Let us have a large at tendance, as mere is work, ana several members of the Waterbury chapter are to be present. Will the officers be at the hail at 6 0 o'clock? Refreshments will be served. Kev. F. A. Toole will give a lecture with stereoptlcon illustrations in the Congregational church this eventue, The views were taken by Mr. Toole while n his summer vacation iu Maine and Massachusetts. No admission will be charged but a collection will be taken for the stereopticon fund The private dancing seaool. with Trof. Elmore as Instructor, will give a mothers' afternoon this week Saturday Dec. 5, at 2 o clock. All mothers are cordially in- vnea to oe present, it Is hoped this will not be made a full dress affair bv the children. Whatever has been worn tn the past is proper and all right for this occasion. The famous Canadian Jabilee Sinsrers will give a conoert In the Universalist church, Dho. 28, for the benefit of the Ladies' Lnion. The parents of these singers were driven from the South In the time of the rebellion. They come hiahlv recommended and everyone should make an effort to hear them. For further par ticulars watoh bill-board and flyers. L07t'S of hand painted china should not fail to look at the beautiful display In J. Dodge's window. This work was done by Mrs. F. II. Rogers who has made special study of china palatine and these elegant samples of her work are am ple proof of her skill and natural ability tor suea oainiy woric. Anyone wishing woric 01 misKiua aeue for Christmas Mrs. Rogers will be prepared to do it.and orders should be sent In as soon as possible. UNIQUE GIFT TO H.S WIFE. tt. laU I'aatar'n Aaalvrrxarr Pr- rattUr bald Calm. The gift which the Rev. Dr. T. II. IIaffTty of St Lonia made to bis ivife the other day in commemoration of the tw-nty-flfth anniversary ef their mar-, little appeared to be a plain morocco bound book, says the St. Louis Repub lic. Tbis book upon being opened, howev er, furnished a surprise, for the pnges were absent. On the Inside of one of the covers was drawn a fipure "2" and on the other a figure "5," pymbolic cf the twenty-fifth nnnirerKnry. The fig ures were each outlined with two and a half dollar gold pieces. There were ten gold pieces, and thus the twenty-five was again emphasized. KipfDKlTF Chew ( Tobacco. Frank Keimer, a farmer living near Trinceton, 111., started from home a few dnya ago to buy hogs, and as he passed out ef the house he picked tip a leaf of tobacco and stuffed it In the same pocket with a twenty dollar bill, says a Harrisburg (111.) special to the St. Lou is Republic. On the way to town he crumbled up the tobacco and put it in his mouth. It tasted rather queer, but he continued to chew It. When he made his rurt'haf.3 of hogs he discovered he had chewed tip the bill with the tobac co. He had chewed the quid for at least an hour, and nothing but the pulp remained. Deep Breathing, An excellent exercise for one who wants to learn deep breathing is that of flllint the lungs full. The air tuust then be slowly expelled from them, not spasmodically, but by degrees. Re peat this exercise for five or tea mia- utes. WATCH YOUR KIDNEYS Don't Neglect the Dan gerous Signal. Backache Is ooa of the first symptoms of kidney trouble. Dr. Gossoms Kidney and Bladder Cure is sffactf va even In the worst csei of kldnoy and bladder trouble and especially if Uken when you exper ience your first psin in the back, is It Is easier to prkvest kidney trouble than to cube It even with the best r: medy. J. W. Redman, 400 Main street, &y: I waa down with my back and it hurt me so that I could not get up without help. I got a simple of Or. Qossoms Kidney and Bladder Care. I hive bought tore 50c boxes since, and m now UBing the last of the second box. I have continued to get better right along and have no palnes since I began uting Dr. Qossom's Kidney and Bladder Cur. This famous remedy is sold under the manufacturer's positive guarantee at 50c a box by F. A. , 41 No, Main St, WW Built . to . Bake. it ii Worry brings the woman's wrinkles but there's a smile on the face of the woman who cooks with one of our HOUSEHOLD RANGES No trouble to always get plenty of hot water for dish washing. BRRY & WILLIAMS Furnihre Dealers. Barrf, Vt y - - rt:- r IE KEEPJOMG. Our stock by underselling all competitors In Diamond Rings, Tins, 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. Alwaa carry a large, complete and elegant stock. Every article warranted as represented. Fin Repairing and Engraving'. E. O. HOLMES, Gordon Block. Jeweler and Optician. 1 Home Bakery. Sj 30 and 32 Barre Street, Montpelier. Vt Pure Milk Bread FOB SALS AT Merchant's Economic Grocery AND Parker & Tassie's Cash Market, BARRE, VERMONT. faaaBBBaaaBnBBaai aaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaj The Lycosite D9U i If y fcwn't rirl w, kiwlt r aioTeai.Bt of th k.w.i. T.r7dyy'remrwiu bo. K.p?our k.w.u op.i, b. w.U. f.rc,tilh(ikMol Tiol.t phjilt or pill polnon, in i.nc.ron.. Th ta. ), matt frtemt vay ot keeping til well ol.ax and tltn it t tak CAMDY CATKAflTfO EAST BAFRE. A box social, under the auspices of the uooa lempiars will be held at the Fores ters hall Friday evening, Deo. 4. The vvilliamstowa, Washington and Barre lodges have been invited to join, and ev eryoue is oormawy invitea. Iaaieg are requested to bring boxes. A cood time is promised. Vrnecocla. In midsummer the towns of Venoiue'a seem deserted during the daytime. The sun la so hot that exposure to It with out a hat for only fifteen minutes usu ally results in Illness and death with in a day or two. Dr. Wood's Norway Tine Svrun seems especially adapted to the needs of the chil dren. Pleasant to take; soothing in Its Influence. It is the remedy of all remedies for everv form of throat and long dlefw. EAT 'EE3 LUCE CANDY Pleaaaat. Pslatakl. PeUat, TeU 0..4. Da 0..4. Merer Slekea, Weakea r Qrir; It, M 4 Meeata a.rUi. w rite far fr aaatyie, ail Ink. leleahulU. A44r.it tea Starltaa RernO Cmnnmt, Chlca- r New Twt. KEEP roim 1LC3 CLEIH NOTICE! Ten thousand demons gnawing away at one's vitals couldn't be much worse than the tortures of itching piles. Vet there's a cure. Doan's Ointment never fail?. SMOKE j& Vrl f EH) J 9 i 1 y o u UP-T0-DATF. FIVE-CENT CIGAR. j O. C. Taylor & Co., Props., Darlington, Vt. Burdo;k Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head, an active brain, a strong vigor ous b my makes him fit for the battle of life. Croup lnstautly relieved. Eclectric Oil. Perfectly falls. At any drug store. Dr. Thomas safe. Never Are you about to build? If so see that your builder's contract has a clause pro viding that the structure shall be erected l y union labor which will insure yon of good work and a job completed without delay. Per order Union 481, Carpenters and Joiners of America. S. It. Doty, Sec Another new lot of souvenir postals at Dodge's jewelry store. Glasses fitted by an eye sight specialist at J. W. Ilolton's. All parties owing the Aqua Pura Company at the time of the hange in the firm, Aug. 1st, are requested to call and pay the same at once, that the old counts may be cleaned up. I am agent for this Great est Wonder ef the Nineteenth Century. It cures pain in stantly with out taking a drop of medi cine. It lasts for years. Prlv, 1.00. L. S. NORRIS, Barre. We Sell and Guarantee 25c ANTI-GRIPINE 25 Ceres Grip, Coughs, Colds and Headaches. East Barre Drug Store, J. H. McARTHUR, Prop. HOTEL I 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. ac- 5V South Main Street. Telephone Call, 46-2. Charles Zanleoni. OSTEOPATHY Two years hence you will wonder why you did not believe In Osteopathy before. Think it over. No knife, no drugs. Just applied common-sense. Specialty Nervous Diseases and Diseases of Women. Consultation free. J faaUfnsesasBSai mmttrmnemrmmn jter.asmmii ' Blue . I Ribbon UNION MADE. Office hours, 9 00 a.m. to 12 m, and I. SO 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., Barre, Vt I'hone ti?-3. . If you go bunting this Fall and can't locate any thing, put up your gun and seek solace in a Blue Rib bon Cigar. L O. Pipes and Tobacco, Union Cagar Store. Corner Cigar Store, (Two ntures are lintti'r than one.y C8$ SMl ag jigSg D. k He Coal Screened Clean Stove, Egg and Nut, -Grate, - - - - $8.20 8.00 We sell and deliver 2000 potinds for a ton. De Me MILES. Goal, Wood, Goke I Hard Coal, all sizes. A No. i Smithing Coal. Hard and Soft W ood. Caider & Richardson, Successors to G. I. Jackson & Co., Depot Square, - - Barre, Vt. "WOOD The place to buy Wood of all kinds. A large stock of Chair Wood, No. 1 best Block Wood, Mixed .Soft and Hard Wood Slabs and KiDdlicg Wood. MOVING AND JOBBING. I am prepared to do all kinds of moving and jobbing at fifty cents per hour for two horses and a man. L. J. BOLSTER, (Tel. Call 152-3 ) 2S3 No. Main St., Barre, Vermont. Block Wood, Limb Wood and Chair Waste For sale for cash. Orders mav be left at Thwing Bros' boxes Arthur S. Martin, I'hone 204-3.' ... . 43 Tark Si. HAIR GOODS. Mrs. C. S. Meaker, 40 Jefferson St., my afrfiit, will ! glad to turntsii Hair iooI, Wigs, 'rnnt rieopff. Switches, etc., If not in stock, at clioit notice lr..in Diy MaDCbexter store. Thnnkii.R the public for tlipir lilral patronage in the past., ami soliciting a continuance of the some in the future for mj agent ami mysiMf. 1 am yours with all respect, 8. M. VUHK. ! ELECTRIC WIRING I Electric Heaters, Electric Fixtures, Electric Scpplie (HI STANDARD ELECTRIC CO.. 1 H. . BENNETT, W. W. NICHOLS. 189 North Main St., Barre. WBHMIa.HMWWin.a