THE JIAltRi: DAILY TIMES, IIX 5. 1903.
Our stock is complete in Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silverware and Diamonds, Also Silk
i!mKH,o lYnntain Pens. etc. We are expect-
in" vou and it will be to
ine our lines of goods
J. W. HOLTON, Jeweler and Optician,
Kileage Eooks to Rent oa All Roads. Hale's Block, North Main St.
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 buy and receive presents.
Depot Square, Barre, Vt.
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 Block, Keith Avenue. GRAMME CITY CREAMERY.
All parties owing the Aqua Pura Company at the time of
the change in the firm Aug. 1st, are requested to call and
pay the same at once, that the old accounts may be cleaned up.
All bills must be paid before Dec. 1 5th, or they will be placed
with a lawyer for collection, as the boob must be closed.
Granite Street, - - . - Barre, Vermont.
Serves the best dinner to be found in Barre.
Meals served on the European plan. Dinners
from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Special dining
rooms for parties. Telephone call, 158-11.
JOE D. OSSOLA, - - Proprietor.
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your advantage to exam-
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
We Sell Watches!'
Our line includes the Waltham, f
Elgin, Hampden, Hamilton,
Mpv Cnlnmhns Illinri5.
Burr & Co., fe
Main St., Barre, Vermont. 2
FIX THINGS UP.
Don't let Christmas come until those
rooms are papered. You have thought of
it long enough. Come in and sec. Per
haps just the Paper you want is cheaper
than you expect. Everything is moderate
in price. The designs suit others, and
they'll suit you. Our Paper is nice to
look at even if you are not yet ready to
buy. The largest line in Vermont to
C. A. HEATH,
Tel. i 5-3- 10 Elm Street.
- CENT CIGAR.
Props., Darlington, Vt.
MTl'KDAY. IH-.CKMBtR 5, 1903.
1303 DECEMBER 1303
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Quarter XI il i
SOME VKKYSMAKT -MEN
have bought gold bricks as they went
along and been buncoed after they readi
ed middle life. IJenoe Annuities, and
double hence for Endowments. 51th
year, doing business in 33 States.
The National Life Insurance Company
of Vermont (Mutual.) ORGANIZED In
1850. 8. S. Uallara, (ienerai Agent, . u.
Ballard, Ixcal Agant, Roorns 2 and 3,
Miles blocs, Uarre, Vt.
TALK OF THE TOWH.
Oystetg on the half shell at the Hotel
Northern lunch room.
Dance at the new pavilion Tuesday
night. See adv. in another column.
Linley A. Averill makes a special offer
this week. See his adv. on 4th page.
The otliceroom formerly occupied by W.
II. Pitkin in the Miles' granite block is to
rent. Apply to N. ii, Ballard.
Mrs. Belle L. Batehelder, 19 Summer
street, is selling all articles of millinery at
greatly reduced rates than formerly.
The ladies of the Baptist church will
hold a Christmas sale la the Averill block
on the afternoon and evening of Dec. 9.
The Murray class of the Universallst
Sunday school will present the play "Mr.
Hob" Tuesday evening, December 8, for
the benefit of the Sunday school.
The D. A. Terry Real Estate Agency
oilers a building lot on the corner of Bea
con and Franklin streets. This is one of
the best locations in the city. Price for
immediate sale, $1,000.
At the regular meeting of Clan Gordon,
No. 12, to be held Monday, Deo. 7, officers
will be nominated and elected to serve the
ensuing year. It is expected every Clans
man will make an effort to attend.
There will be a meeting of the members
of Operative lodge, 150, in Masonic hall,
tnis evening at 1 o'clock, lor the pur
pose of collecting the annual clues. By or
der Robert Kynoch, past master of 150.
Special notice to all the shop stewards
of the Lumpers, Boxers and Derricfemen's
union, No. S).i4, meet at Carpenters hall,
Nichols block, Monday eveninu, Dec. 7,
at 7 o'clock. Bring all members due
books. B. A. Bylow, Pres.
The sale of the ladies of the church of
the Good Shepherd will be held in the ves
try of the Church of the Good Shepherd,
Dec. 9 and 10, instead of Miles' hall, as
has been recently advertised Will the pub
lics please take notice of the change.
The "Over the Teacups" club will give
a whist party Monday evening, Dec. 7, In
Hale's new pavilion, Pearl street, playing
to begin at 8 o'clock sharp. Admission
25 cents per couple, single tickets 15
cents. Come one, come all, and enjoy
yourself where there is plenty of room and
no stairs to climb.
The Minister's Monday Club will meet
at the Y. M. C. A. rooms in MontpeliT. at
10 o'clock Monday, Deo. 7. Rev. B. O
Roberts will present a paper on "The Ul
timate Authority, Etc." The paper -will
be followed by free discussion. "Blue
Monday" anecdotes by members of the
clab while the brethren are assembling.
Lovers of hand painted china should
not fail to look at the beautiful display in
O. J. Dodge's window. This work was
done by 51rs. V. II. Rosers who has made
a special stu ly of china painting and
these elegant samples o( her work are am
ple proof of her skill and natural ability
for such dainty work. Anyone wishing
work of this kind done for Christmas Mrs.
Rogers will be prepared to do it,and orders
should be sent In as soon as possible.
Rev. D. MeLeod of Little Narrows,
Cape Breton, is to preach in the Presby
terian church, Graniteville, Sunday, Dc.
(!. Services as follows: English at 10 30
a. m.; Gaelic at 3 p. m. and English again
at 7 p. to.
A grand public ball nnder the auspices
of Court liob Roy, No. (1, F. of A., Gran
iteville, will be given at Miles' hall Fri
day evening, Dec-ember 25. Music will be
furnished by the Kast Barre orchestra of
four pieces, and W. M. O'Donnell will be
floor manager, assisted by Frank t'oyle.
The introduction commi-tee is John Mc
Willlam and Michael Hughes; reception
committee, Herman Bullis and JohnStoot.
The full bil1, fnoludtng supper, will be $1.
Dancing from 8 to 4 o'clock.
Are you about to build? If so see that
your builder's contract has a clause pro
vidii.y that the structure shall be erected
ly union labor which will insure you of
good work and a job completed without
delay. Per order Union 481, Carpenters
and Joiners of America. S. R. Doty, Sec.
Glasses fitted by an eye sight' specialist
at J. W. Holtou's.
Fast Twin Perew Mail and PiMwenfrer Sreatn-
pth. 14.2-so toil ; urn fei't Ioiir. liemarKRoie lor
Rti-ailiiii en. lloonis upper decks atniduliip;
IVKKNT A fi.iil--lcfii!pr 8.
KVXiiM A k:iI1 !!. : Ms"-. 1.
V I.TOM A (third class only), l.rc. '22; Jan. 20.
Plans, sailliie.t, etc., K6 State St., Ho-Uon,
M:ii.. Alxaniir Martin. A ereiit. ir 8. 8. Hal
Im.iM'8 Klt-amohip A-nr-v, Milf-s' ISIock, Jiarre,
or Jit-w JatngUon Block, Ajoiitpelier,
Rev. L. F. O. Cote, the French evangel
istic missionary, w ill commence a series of
meetings with Rev. A. N. Woodruff at
Webstrrville next Sunday at 10.30 a.m.
Especial invitation is extended to all.
Another new lot of souvenir postals at
Dodge's jewelry store.
-. lire, i-
Tin- cicntls of
the s-ul.sidi;: ;-y cnnii .-wiie.s of the United
States Stei'I cor.onition were attain in!
ronfon ne hero. The inoptina in slid'
to be the iismil monthly puttering of
the ofliiiiiis of the . different interests!
allied with the United States Steel c-or-1
poration find that hereafter these meet
int,'s will bo held in lMflsbnrg instead
of New oi k. The reasons for this ore
said to be that rittKbure is the oentei
of the business of the corporation and!
it is more convenient for the head of
departments all over the country to
Xer Orleans Want Convention.
Chicago, Dec. 4. A dispatch to the
Tribune from New Orleans says that
Frank B. S illianis, a noted sugar
planter and chairman of the Republic
an state central committee of Loui
siana, announced that the Louisiana
Republicans offer $300,000 for the next
national Republican convention and
want it held in New Orleans. lie o(Ter
$25,000 himself, promising to raise the
balance from eleven Louislaiilans, each
giving a similar amount.
Manila Collector llnmr.
San Francisco, Dec. 4. V. Morgan
Shuster, collector of customs at Ma
nila, has Just arrived here from the
Philippines. He is visiting this country
on leave of absence and nays there If
nothing of an official nature in connec
tion with his trio.
ARE YOU SATISFIED
It Not, What Better Front Can Barre
Renldenta Ask For?
This Is the statement of a Barre citi
The testimony of a neighbor.
Tou can readily investlvate It
The proof should convince you.
Alvin F. Smith, retired, address 19
West Street, says : "I was interview
ed by a gentleman in the winter of
1897 about my experience with and
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills, a pre
paration for- which I had gone to E. A.
Drown's drug store and of which I
took a course of the treatment. I be
lieve I was born with a weak back
and us I grew older, at least every
year, I was subject to an attack of
backache which compelled me to take
to my bed. Doan's Kidney Pills stop
ped that annual occurrence and they
have been the mean3 of stopping' other
attacks since. When I look back over
the 82 years of my life and think what
I might have escaped had I known
about the value of Doan's Kidney pills,
It makes mo wonder that people, when
they know of a remedy which acts up
to representation, will not avail them
selves of a positive means of prevent
ing kidney complaint or any of its con
sequences. Often I could neither lift
any weight nor stoop without suffering
and added to this, there was a difflcul
ty with the kidney secretions. Doan's
Kidney Pills absolutely stopped a very
severe attack. I have recommended
them to many friends and acquaint
ances since the remedy came to my no
tice, and 1 know of a great many who
have taken a course of the treatment
and received undoubted benefit.".
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
-"'if' "A -f ifir" V -r r- - -
H PEOPLE !-Av
12c3 practic nil k;,-toa i
Kiarjtl Eioeta c.'l rvquL-Rmnrito ':.(
f.3 "-ou!-t'qu'?i t '7 v'o rvrrv a,
ALL WOMEN H
And most all men are charmed '.
with a handsome ring. We Li
can sbow you rings to suit all (-')
tastes, from simple ones for H
babies to those set with gems (- j
beautiful enough to delight a
dutchess. . '
Jeweler and Optician,
tecot Square, Barre, Vt.
Two years hence you will wonder why yoo did
not believe in Osteopathy before.
Think it over.
No knife.no drugs. Just applied common-sense.
Specialty Nervous Diseases and Diseases of
Women. Consultalion free.
Oflice hours, 9 00 a.m. to 12 m, and I SO
to 5.30 p.m. Evenings by-appc Intment.
Will treat you at your homes when pre
ferred. DR. R. P. EVANS,
Room 4, Morse Block, - - Hain St., Earre, Vt
And buy the only ranges and heaters
whoso manufacturers show their sym
pathy and support of unionism by using
this label on all their Roods. The label
of the Iron Moulders' Union on all House
hold Ranges and Heaters rertifies that the
earnings liave been mailt? by llrst rlass
union workmeu, cno interior or prison
for. Maln'and Merchant
B.D.T0MASI GENERAL STORE
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.
30 and 32 Barre Street,
to Montpeller, Vt
I Pure Milk Bread
FOR 8AI.E AT
Merchant's Economic Grocery
A T.-t. i. t.:-- r,-u Ttf,.f,-
I am agent
for this Great
est Wonder of
cures pain in
out taking i
drop of medi
cine. It Lasts
L. S. NORRIS, Barre.
25c ANTI-GRIPINE 25'
Cures Grir Coughs, Colds
East Barre Drug Store,
J. H. McARTHUR, Prop. '
SOUTH El HOTEL
FORMERLY WINDSOR HOUSE,
ER0WN & MURPHY, Proprietors.
Rooms at reasonable rates.
Excellent Dining-room and
Cafe. Main street car at
quarter of every hour goes
ty the door. Three min
utes from the post-office.
59 South Main Street.
Telephone Call, 46-2.
It you go hunting this
Fall and can't locate any
thing, put up your gun and
seek solace in a Rlue Rib
E. O. MARRION,
Tipes and Tobacco,
Union Cagar Store. Corner Cigar Store,
(Two stores are better than one.)
Used First on
D. & H. Coal
Stove, Egg and Nut, -Grate,
- - - ' -
We sell and deliver 2000
pounds for a ton.
D. M. MILES.
Goal, Wood, Coke!
Hard Coal, all sizes.
A No. i Smithing Coal.
Hard and Soft Wood.
Calder & Richardson,
G. I. Jackson & Co.,
Depot Square, - - Barre, Vt.
The place to buy Wood of all kinds. A
large dtoek of Chair Wood, JJo. 1 best
Block Wood, Mixed Soft and Hard Wood
blubs and Kindling 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 ir2 3 )
283 No. Main St., llarre, Vermont.
limb Wood and
For sale for cash. Orders ma
be left at Thwing Bros' bove&
Arthur S. Martin,
Phone 204-3. -
4.'5 Park 81.
Mr. C. 8. Menker, 40 JelTerfton St., my spent,
will I pliid to furnish lliiir Gmxls, w'ijrij, front
I'ii-cin, Switches, otc., if not in stock, t chart
notice fiom my Minichi-stcr store. Thanking
f.hn ttilllllli. for tl...iv HI. i.. I.a
past, ami soliciting a continuance of the ine
in the future for my aircut ami nivm-lf, 1 am
ELECTRICWI RING j
Electric Hesters, j
Electric Fixtures, j
Electric Sspplies. !
j STANDARD ELECTRIC CO., j
f H. O. BENNETT, f
t W. W. MCHOLB. J
109 North Main St., Barre.
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