THE JJAKKi: DAILY TIMES, DEC. L 1003.
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BARKK. VT. lEC'KMBKIt 2. 1B03
Huston, !!. 2 Threatening
' with snow or raiu in coast sco-
tion timiuht. Thursday L-robablv
fair, brisk to noitin-rly winds.
EAST BAR RE
TALK OF THE TOWN.
a rack of
Yew Suits IC
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we have had a good business. Now
out go the rest, two months earlier
than usual, at a good big cut in the
price. We consider this the best opportunity of the season, for
the styles are correct and the sizes good.
HERE THEY ARE.
Our entire stock of $25.00, $ 20.00 and $18.00 Suits,
in Broadcloth, Cheviots, Novelties and Zibeline. Take your
choice of these for $15.00.
Thirty-five New Winter Coats of the $12.50 and $10.00
sorts. New price to close. S7.98. If vou want a Good Coat at
a small price, don't delay. Castors and black.
The Ba!ance of Our Suits of the $13.50 to 18.00 kinds
Price, while they last, $9.98.
Local Hftppoalng Tamely Told For Bo
Bennington underwear at Abbott's.
Furs remodeled and repaired. CO Miles
i)r. (i. II. SpUKt will beat tie City
hotel Dec. lii and 3.
Consult the eye sight specialist for
glasses at J. Y, lloltou'K.
Oysters on the half shell, steamed dams,
at Harrington's lunch, room.
$1.."0 Zibelinea, Till lneh.es wide, for only
$1.20 per yard at Vea'e & Knight's.
Advertising information knowledge-
power Tellable insurance, liaiiaru x uo.
IiOSt, between C. It. Allen's and Homer
Camp's bouse, a little black hand-bat;
with a sum of money, will finder return
to Frank Merchant's store?
We still have a pood line of those sam
ple aprons at wholesale prices: lUe, 20c,
Oc, ;;sc, we, Tie and i.jO each. .No two
alike and all sizes. Yeale & Knight.
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7e sell standard goods, such
as the celebrated HEY WOOD
SHOES for Hen. Take your
choice" from several leathers.
Mert Cutler and wife went to flaiufield
Monday to visit his brother, Herman Cut
ler, who lives there.
Verne Coleman who took a brief vaca
tion t liradford has rfturned to his work
in the fctore of John Dix.
Ilev. A. J. Eastman and wife went to
V aterbury yesterday to attend the .Sun
day school convention held there.
Adah Iiianehl Is at the present timo
woiklng in Kbbies st.re assisting tiui
through the busy Christmas season.
The daughter of Mrs. Bisse't, who lias
been visiting her during the past month,
returned to her home iu Bridgeport yester
day. The Ladies' Aid of the Congregational
church will meet at the home of Mrs. A.
J. Kastmao on the afternoon of Thurday,
Dee. 3, at 2.;i() o'clock. They are planning
to send a Christmas box to the South, and
gifts of secondhand clothing would be
most acceptable at this time.
The Iodge of Good Templars seems to
be a center for the social life of the young
people of this community. A great deal
of taient is shown in the programme pro
vided weekly by the members. Those
who have not yet become numbers are
misBiug a chance for culture as well as a
chance to stand for temperance in all
Thers is no better style of material fcr this season.
We have a line cf ZIBELINES that are exceptionally
good value at $1.50 per yard. They are 56 inches wide,
all wool, and the colors are Blues, browns and greys.
We make a special price cn these goods. Now is the
time to buy material for a good warm - suit at only
$1.29 per yard.
VEALE (SL KNIGHT,
(Telephone Call J23-2)
Carrier Building, - - North Main Street.
A grand publio ball under the auspices
of Court Hob Hoy, No. 0, F. of A., Uran-
iteville, will be given at Miles' ball rn
day evening, December 11. Music will be
furnished by the Jast lsarre oreaestra ot
four pieces, and v. M. O'Donnell will be
floor manager, assisted by Fraak Coyle.
The Introduction committee is John Mc-
Willlam and Michael Hughes; reception
committee, Herman Hullis and John Stoot.
The full toil', including snpper, will be $1.
Dancing from 8 to 4 o'clock.
Hale's New Pavilion
Tuesday, Dec. 8th, From
8 to 12 P. M.
Music, WiSder's Orchestra.
H. G. Webber Pianist.
Edwin Bruce.... Violinist.
Bernard Marshall Clarloneiist.
Carl Forscll Cornetist.
Admission, 50c Per Couple.
Parties living ia the vicinity of street
lamps who have not received postal cards,
with which to report when lights do no
burn, will confer a favor by securing some
(from the city cleik or the members of the
city council) as soon as possible in order
that we may be able to get the best pos
Bible service. Parties who have cards
will please send some before the last Fri
day of each month to enable us to present
same to the finance committee for their
John J. Mackenzie,
Chairman Lighting Dept.
Barre, Nov. 23, '03.
Quarry ami Hunien for gale.
Only monumental granite in the North
west. Dark blue, bells against Barre at
same price. . Big field. Present owners
inexperienced and will sell all or part at
cost. Established eight months and more
work than we can take care of. Address
N. O. Haskell, !Sec. Northwestern Granite
Co., Baker City, Oregon.
Mm Fifieiitj Co.,
V J. W. DILLONT,
Y Barre, Yt, - N
N C. H. BIGELOW 77
X East Brookfield, JJ
Bunion Plain Toes, Per Pair,
Others, Per Pair, -
- $3.50 O
PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE,
$3.50 and 4.00 i
157 North lata Street.
C. S. ANDREWS Proprietor.
To Some Kinds cf Baking Powders
Is to the house-wife a waste of time ; to others a waste of
money (excess of price). Lily White Baking Powder is
manufactured under the Pure Food Law of the State of
Massachusetts. It is therefore a pure food. It is guaran
teed by the manufacturers to do perfectly the work of the
much higher priced powders. A personal acquaintance with
the merits of the Lily White Baking Powder is one point
of the science of economy. We buy it back if not satisfac
tory. Price per pound, 20c.
SOWDEN &. LYON,
Telephone Connection. North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
A Few of Our Bargains!
t pound can of Mackerel, best grade, for 1 2c
1 pound can cf Siring Beans, Boyer's brand, for 10c
1 pound can of Peas, Parson brand, for 7c
2 1-2 pound can of Beets, Puritan brand, for , 11c
2 pound can of Pumpkin, York State brand, for 10c
2 1-2 pound can of Dandelion Greens, Hatchet brand, far , Uc
2 1-2 pound can cf Baked Beans, Brownie brand, for.... 10c
The City Fish Market.
vercoacs and suits
New Arrivals at the
Union Clothing Company's Store!
We have just received new arrivals in Overcoats and
Suits, which we were obliged to order, the success of our
last sale having been much greater than we anticipated.
Overcoats. Kerseys in different colors, fancy plaids,
oxfords and grays, with belt and without it, in long and
medium cuts. The latest thing of the season.
Suits. We have them in black, clay and unfinished
worsted, in heavy cassimeres, in finished fancy worsted, in all
varied patterns to satisfy the most particular customers. Per
fect fit and full value guaranteed or money refunded.
A Cap or a Pair of Gloves given away to every cus
. tomer who buys a Man's Overcoat or a Suit from now until
the 10th of December.
Vou will save money and get the best satisfaction by
calling at this store.
Union Clothing Co.,
M. S. LEVIN, Proprietor
North Main Street, - - - Opposite Depot Square.
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Red Spruce I
A COUGH CURE THAT
We have also a Cough Cure
for Children. It is pleasant
to take and very effective.
D. F. DAVIS, "The Druggist,"
You Ought lo Make Up
YOUR MIND RIGHT KOW
What you are going to fcay for that
Chiistmas present. The best way
to do it is to see our Parlor Tables,
Fancy Chairs, Couches, Dining Room
Sets, etc., always THE EEST and
AT FIGHT PRICES.
A. VV. BADGER & CO.,
Morse Elock, - - - Barre, Vt.
262 North Main St., - - - Barre, Vermont. $
.Are you thinking of getting a
Watch for that Christmas gift ? If so,
we would be pleased to show you our
line of Solid Gold, Gold Filled or
Silver Cased Watches. If not, let us
show you something in Diamonds or f4
other precious stones. I
We also have a complete line of .
novelties in Jewelry and Silverware.
O. J. DODGE, Jeweler,
QUINLEN BUILDING, NORTH MAIN ST.,
Undertakers! aFi:Xak8, Funeral Directors !
nouse, 159-21. TELEPHONE Store, 137-11.
Ambulance Ready for Any Calls at a Moment's Notice'
for Spot Cash Only.
Home Rendered Lard, per pound 12c
Pig Pork Smoked Hams, per pound 15c
Pig Pork Smoked Bacon, per pound 1 oc
One-pound can Webster's Red Raspberries.. . 10c
Two-pound package Nabob Pancake Flour.. 10c
Boss Mince Meat, fn bulk, per pound 10c
Three pound can Green Gage Plums.. .' ISc
Lutz & Schramm's Raspberry and Strawberry
Preserves, per jar. 25c
Shilling's Dundee Marmalade, per jar 25c
Marshall's or Stewart's Kippered Herrings,
per can I9e
Columbia Catsup in 18-oz. bottles, per bottle, 23c
Rince Meat, three packages for 25c
Nice Swedish Turnips, per bushel 50c
Onions, per peck ; 25e
Neal's Finnan Haddies, per can, 1 5c, two for 25c
CHESSER & BIRD,
323 North Main Street. Meats and Groceries.
Three Pounds for 25c.
M. J. McGOWAM,
Telephone Connection. South Haia Street, Barre, Vt.
Serves the best dinner to be found in Barre.
Meals served on the European plan. Dinners
from 10 A. H. to 10 P. M. Special dining
rooms for parties. Telephone call, 158-U.
JOE D. OSSOLA, -
We have just received a new lot. Latest colorings,
carpet sizes. Prices right. We are headquarters in Barre
and you will get more here for your money than elsewhere.
See Bargains in Rockers in Our Windows
BARRY & WILLIAMS,
New Tomasi Block, Corner Main and Merchant Streets.
CSDKKIAKEKS AND FUNERAL OIKECTOF9.
T. II. BARKY, - - 5 Averlll St.
L. M. WILLIAMS, 2fl Jefferson St
Like hndmg leiievl
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, per package, lie
Power, pkg 8c; Ready Bits, 3 boxes, 30c
White Cloud Soap, one doz. cakes for 55c
Armour's Tar Soap, all right, 6 cakes, 25c
Wooden Tooth-picks, 1 packages for 5c
Bel1 Peppers, green, per pound, - - 8c
L. M. AVERILL, Opposite City Park,
Good hard small Onions, per peck, 25c
Two large cans of new Tomatoes for 25c
Standard Blueberries, two cans for only 25c
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