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TJIK IJARIIK DAILY TIDIES, DEC. 17, 1D03.
E DAILY TIMES if Hons : Cue year, $3 ; one month, 25 cts. ; sinjle copy, I cent, mlicru nt the I'lililifhiTs' I'n The latest nrrAphic iifviit from all part or thf ttnriil are -uii'ti ly the iaily Tiuif up to the tiuur ul , Frank L LaBfley, Publisher. Published Every Wee day Afternoon. Entered ftt tbe jhwiWiw t Barre as second clitsu uiattisr. THTK-SU AT, BtCKMBtR JT, 1963. v..t'' Thirteen prisoners broke jail at Tomb stone, Arizona, the other day. The ques tion Is whether it Is unlucky for the jail authorities or the jail birds. . - i j I ,i i' The St. Albans Messenger fays "The Clement and anti-Clement wings of the Republican party in ISarie have held a love-feast and buried the hatchet, Which Is as it should be." The tax on deer banting in Maine has resulted satisfactorily in two ways, only one haman life was sacrificed this year and less deer were shot by many hun dreds. A similar scheme In Vermont would not be amiss. The escape from a serious conflagration In the business section of Barre last even ing is a matter for congratulation. The fire wag in a section of the business blocks on Main street where the danger Is very great. The buildings there are of wood and quite old so the problem of extin guishing the fire would have been a mat ter of most serious consequence had the flames gained much headway before being discovered. The fire department deserves the heartiest praise for its prompt rod efficient work. The school situation in at least one or two districts in the town of Rutland man ifestly demands attention. When a school Is closed because money enough to hire a teacher who can control unruly boys is not forthcoming, and the idle popils are not required to attend school elsewhere, the condition seems to be one requiring the bringing to bear of the law. A continu ance of such conditions means the breed ing lit Ignorance, lawlessness and vice. .Rutland News. There Is Indeed something else due such pupils besides the rule, or attempted rule, of their teach"r. The time is past when the pupils should be allowed to "play horse" with the one who would inculcate a few scraps of knowledge Into their cra niums, when the ''big" boys can, with im punity, stand the teacher on his head in the snow drift or thrust a similar indigni ty upon the schoolma'am. It the action of the pupils are enough to break up a school then tiie law should take a hand In tbe tu toring. A chance to save money on Saturday at Terry's store. A peeiai f ale of outing flannel at Co per yard. Ladies' and geots' umbrellas at only SKSe. Indies' jackets for 7 50, reduced from $10.00 and $12 50. u "Lives there a nun with soul si dtid. Who can be Indifferent to what Is siid By the opposite sex about the style cf his clothes ? Our clothes arc cut to make men look their besttins is more than can be said of the results obtained by the average tailor. The slight man should not slight this hint. The heavy weight will find heavy odds in our favor. Rogers & Grady Co., TOP TO TOE OUTFITTERS, Quinlen Building, - Barre, Vermont, JINGLES AND JESTS. What Mary n,. Mary had a little lamb, Likewise an oyster stew. Salad, cake, a piece of pie And a bottle of pale brew; Then a few hours later She had a doetnr too. Cleveland Plain Dahler. i ABOUT THE STATE. Itfiiin of Intxreot .l-ti-tl From Our ExrhttUKea. i John Meteatf, editor of the Fair Haven Era, Is a candidate for the position of postmaster at Fair Haven, to fill the va cancy caused by the death of Ira K. Al len. I A petition In bankruptcy has been filed by Joseph i,ongey, a farmer of Montgom ery. Il ha liabilities of f 4.t!0(l 12 and assets of $t,im.45, of which $1,100.20 are claimed exempt. The case against Mrs. Alice Moffatt, charged with attempting to poison her huoband, Philander Molfatt, of Sandyate, has been set fur December 29 in Benning ton couuty court. The three-year-old daughter of Carl Liv ingstone, who carries on the Charles La vig' e farm at Hinesburg, recently fell in such a manner that her tongue was cut completely through by her teeth. Dr. 11. U. Hanson put her under the Influence of chloroform and sewed her tongue and she Is doing well. Henry D. Hall, one of the best known men In Hennington couuty, died at the residence of his eon-ln-law, II. T. Cush man In North Bennington Tuesday after noon. His death was sudden although he had been coufined to the Loush for five weeks as the result of Injuries received by falling on the Ice while attending a convention in Arlington. Mr. Hall was in his 81st year. Notice to Clansmen. All members of Clan Gordon No. 12 are requested to send in their address to the secretary, James EMek, 18 Maple avenue, on or before the 18th of December, so as to Insure them of receiving the new publica tion of the Fiery Cross. Anyone failing to comply with this request may not re ceive the paper as a new and correct list has got to be sent to the new publishers. Special values In ladies' and gents' um brellas, with solid sterling silver handles and swedges, for f'2.50 and $2.75 at Abbott's. Beautiful. "She's pretty as a picture." "Yes any picture except her own." Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. The Rent Thin if. - - . . i "Rural delivery." Chicago American. Outing flannel robes for 50, 70, 1.00 each at Veale & -Knight's. m rGufilzjiiPen E. A. DROWN, DRUGGIST, is our special agent. lie SJ guarantees and will ex change pen points after the holidays if the Pen chosen does not quite fit the hand. Over ioo Pens in stock to select from. i'v-Jl rV,, 'iiji hi 1CG1S11STIV3AS OIEEKI 5 COR THE GLAD HOLIDAY TIME we have a splendid stock of articles suitable for ?! I i it. - f j it. . i t .f i if 1 i t 1 it - presents me Kina mat crings cneer 10 me nean or me one wno gives as weu as the one who receives. We are headquarters for fine PERFUMES. We certainly have a very large collection to select from. tie CANDY for Holiday time. Our Candy department is well worth your inspection. The celebrated Apollo brand is our specialty. The Candy is encased -in elegant fancy boxes and handsome baskets. We have also a fine line of TOILET and MANICURE SETS, in French Stag, 2 Burnt Wood and Leather, and we sell them at common, every-day prices. No fancy Christmas price, in ours. - -" ' la STATIONERY we beat the world, as we have all the new ideas' and at prices ft that will surprise you. Let us show you designs and quote prices on Monogramed Stationery. Really, it is the proper thing now. If you have in mind a box of CIGARS, we have the really good ones. Fountain Pens! 7i vtz. Ik m Car .Qffl ft m : r: m please your friends. You will find ta at MONIPELIERS BUSY STORE. We have mide extensive preparations tor we holiday trade and our store will certainly Be a place of rnteres to you. Goods reliable and prices right. Mail Orders promptly Med. . P. & H. C GLEASON, Montpelic U r..li V.fc.H. , I 1 1 I I ii Saturday at yaughan s CHIEF 0EDISAKCE OFFICER. Capt. C. F. HamliBlu to Hv Char( ( New IX )Hrluient In V, Ji, G. Unrlineton, Deo. 10. Capt. C. F. IJurn hara of this city, who has been. Inspector of rifle practice in the First Itepiment, V. X. G., will in the future be the chief offic er in the ordinance depart ment, just or ganized, lie will retain his rank as cap tain and wilt have two sergeants to assist him in the department. The new department was organized to put the Vermont regiment on a footing similar to the regiments In other states. The rifle practice will be superintended by Captain Hurnham as heretofore and the team will be under his direction at Sea Girt, N.J., in the national shoot held each year. Otherwise the duties will be the usnal ones falling upon aa officer in charge of the ordinance department. A. A. SMITH & BRO. DON'T FEEL PUZZLED. WE CAN GET YOU OUT OF YOUR TROUBLE. OUR EXCELLENT LIST 'OF GENTLEMEN'S GOODS WILL DECIDE THE CHRISTMAS GIFT PROBLEM VERY EASILY AND QUICKLY. . Ladies' Neckwear! We have received By express for ihis Saturday sale the largest and finest collection cf Neckwear ever seen outside of the largest cities. It is a wonder, and the prices. White Embroidered Sets, worth 25c, Saturday for - - 15c White Embroidered Sets, worth 39c, Saturday for - 25c White Embroidered Sets, worth 75c, Saturday for - - 50c Fancy Silk Stocks, Persian designs, worth 39c, Saturday for 25c Fancy Silk Stocks, worth 75c, Saturday for - . - 50c All put up in neat boxes. . New creation in Scrim Col lars, with fancy colored embroidery. " The latest." The 39c kind, for Saturday at 25c The 75c kind, for Saturday at - - - - 50c We are the largest buyers of Ladies' Neckwear in Barre and will give ycu the largest values Saturday. Visit the busiest Christmas store in Barre. THE VAUGHAN STORE, 44 North Main Street, - - - Barre, Vermont. Hobhern Terror! r. Town. Indianapolis, 1ml., Dec. 17. Thre robbers stood gun rd in the office of th Star elevator with drawn revolvers while three of their companions work ed for on hour find exploded sevcv charges of dynamite. The heavy ex plosions raised the roof of the building spiration rrom us rounaaiion. lerniicti peopit in the neighborhood stood at a distance and watched the oierations of the rob bers, who finally became discouraged at their repeated failure to reach tlx Inside of a burglar proof strong box ! side the safe and left n few mimite before the police arrived. Only a smal Bum of money was taken. A Good Picture LIKE A GOOD BOOK is a source of education and in- Ve have an entirely new line, to which we invite your attention. It's being much admired and is sure to contain something that will please you. No Christmas shopping will be complete without a visit to the Hurt Fire In Trenton, Trenton, X. J., lH'C. 17. The main building of the plant of the Skilhnan Hardware Manufacturing company has been destroyed by fire; Ions about 5 10. 000, fully Insured. BARRE "BOOK STORE, CHAS. A. S5TITH. Proprietor. Gordon Block. 140 North Main St. a; a. smith (k BRO., Miles' Granite Block Visible Writing Means All the Work Always in Sight. We handle exclusively the PAUL E. WIRT Pen. , Every Pen is sold on a positive euar- S 2.nr? Tint tf ?lr Tint tn enrt tint Arrsn mlr -anJ arvwo ill tn xirr'Ai nrlttn rWoA mm 2 But, while we are talking Christmas goods in this list, please do not forget that ji we are the leading Druggists in this vicinity and are prepared to sell you Drugs and Medicines lower than any other store." We are prepared to fill your Prescriptions i 4 cheaper and better and we always dispense just what the doctor orders. Our Pres- i cription business is constantly increasing and the particular reason is that the Physician g knows that we will dispense just what he orders and the patient feels secure when he f places the prescription in our hands. Z.SB ..if RED CROSS PHARMACY, RICKERT & WELLS, t60 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont. S- T tv ULwAJib ny- -41 WORK IN SIGHT MEANS that every character is directly in front of the operator, in plain view, the instant it is made and never passes out of sight, either by feeding under a scale bar or into a cylinder, or by being hidden by a ribbon or ribbon device. The UNDERWOOD b the only typewriter made which presents REAL VISIBLE WRITING. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS RENTED. WM. H. PITKIN, Telephone 23 J-2. Room 3, Miles BuiUing Barre. ii(iO ilOiil Y Watches ia Goli, Gold Filled and Silver For Ladies and Gentlemen ! Diamonds set aid unset ; Jewelry ; Ladies', Gentlemen's and Chil dren's Rings ia great variety ; Ladies' Lockets. Fob Chains and Chate clettes ; Gasmen's Vest, Dickens and Fob Chains ; Ladies Bracelets in Carmen, with Lockets and Monograms ; Marguerite, Alice Fooseveit and Chain; Children's Bracelets, Brooch Pins, Stick Pios, Cuff and Cellar Buttons, Studs and Lockets ; Silverware in Silver Services, Nut Bowls, Bonbon Dishes. Pickle Well, Bak'ng Dishes, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets, Bread Trays, Cups and Saucers, Shaving Mugs. Crumb Trays, Childs' Cups, Soap Boxes. Napkin Rings, Cracker Jars, Casters, -etc. Sterling Silver in Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Servers, Souvenir Spoons ; Dres sing Sets in Sterling and Rogers' Goods ; Cut Glass ; Clocks in Mantq Kitchen and Gold; Leather Goods' in Traveling Sets, Military Brushes and Manicure Sets; Silk Umbrellas; Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses ; ypera ana field oiasses ; Pens in Fountain, Waterman Ideal and Ster ling ; Gold Desk Pens in Ebony and Pearl Holders, Gold Pencils, etc., etc. Prices Lowest for Reliable Goods. . Largest Line in This Vicinity. F. E. BURR& CO., Telephone 10-21. as NnrJh m.u r.... u ...urn i,, uurrc, i. I 1:' ic ? ; jr. fv, ) JUST ARRIVED The Finest Line of Watches and Clocks JEWELRY and SILVER NOVELTIES i j?".? in the cit7. Don't forget to s '," ' C;.111 vvhen doinS your Christmas shop- v !'K (J r ' P'n8- CootIs engraved while you wait. 1 E. O. HOLMES, Gordon Block. Jeweler and Optician. 4 A