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THE J JARRE DAILY TIMES, DEC. 17, 1003.
... ' m instmas ai llolton'sli A Few of the Many Gifts to Be Foancf at Ocr Store. k SOLID GOLD AND FLATE Watches from $1.00 up, Chains from 25c up, Lockets from $1.00 up, Neck Chains, $1.00 up, Bracelets from 75c up, Rings from 50c up. Brooches from 50c up, Cuff Buttons, Baby Pins, etc., etc. STERLING SILVER Meat Forks, Berry Spoons, ' Olive Spoons, Bonbon Spoons, Cream Ladles, Mustard Spoons, Sugar Shells, Chilis' Mugs, etc. Olive Forks, Opera Glasses and Sterling Silver Novelties. Come in and look our lines over. It is no trouble to show goods J. W. HOLTON, Hale's Block, North Main St. Jeweler and Optician. MILEAGE BOOKS TO REST OX ALL ROADS. 2 Attention! Do you realize how near at hand Christmas is ? It may seem quite distant yet, if you go by the almanac, but the days are so short it will be here before you know it. And do you remember what trou ble you had to get something to suit you when you put off buying Christmas presents till the last minute f COME EARLY. Don't 4 delay if you want first choice. Goods shown with pleasure. FRED KING, Depot Square, Bane, Vt. ' ( JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. Si Hggsl . 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, Worthen Block, Keith Avenue. GRANITE 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 tip. 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. CHARLES ZANLEONI, Granite Street, - - . - Barre, Vermont. The Hotel an 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, 158-11. JOE D. OSSOLA, - Proprieto. r FIX THINGS UP. Don't let Christmas com 2 utti! tLose rooms are papered. Ycu have tlocgr.t cf It long enough. Come in sxd szc. Per haps just the Paper ycu wast ij cberper than you expect. Everything is modirate in price. The designs suit others, tai they'll suit you. Our Paper h tics tj lock at even if you are not yet ready to tray. The largest line in Vermont to siect from. Td. 155-3. C. A. HEATH, 10 Elm Street. "OtR OB BY" UP-TO-DATK HVE CENT GGAR. O. C. Taylor & Co., Props., Burlington, Vt. niEBARHEDAILYTIUES THlKSDil, DECEMBER 17. 1003. 1303 DECEMBER 1303 Su. Mo. Tu. We, TH.Fr.Sa. ltttt .JJLLJP Jiii ii J4 J5 J6J7J8J9 201 22 23 24 25 26 2728290 3I I TALK OF THE TOWN. W. F. Richardson has a nice, warm up stairs tenement with family underneath, at 5 Mouut St., to rent. The ladies of the Univeraalist church will have a chicken pie supper Friday eve ning from 5. 30 to 1 o'clock. Admission cents. All are cordially Invited. MOON'S Moon p.m. a Third , - B:6 v. Quarter XI a-m. PHK8EB. OKew 1Q 4:26 Mooa 10 p. m. Fliit fQ 8:22 .P Quarter SU p.m WILL TOP jnscre yocrselp for yourself, or for the better half of your self? Insurance Ig the value of life after the fact. Annuity is the value of life be fore the fact. 54th year doing business In 35 states. The National Life Insurance Company of Vermont (Mutual.) ORGANIZED In 1850. S. S. Ballard, General Agent, N. B. Ballard, Local Agent, Rooms 2 and 3, Myes Block, Bane, Vt. TALK OF THE TOWN. Be sure and lay up all your dancing for Deo. 18. Oysters on the half shell at the Hotel Northern lunch room. First class hall and first cla-s music, at the masquerade ball, Dee. IS. The office room formerly occupied by V. II. Pitt la In the Uiles' granite block is to rent. Apply to N. B, Ballard. The first annual series of whist parties given by the Ladies of the Maccabees will be held at Foresters' hall, Dec 18, at half past seven. As I am to close my store on January 15, for the remainder of the season, I will sell my millinery goods for cost prloe.from now until that day. Mrs. L. J. Caron, 3 So. Main St. ' Ladies who are planning to give Christ mas presents to their geutlenien friends are reminded that nothing would be more appreciated than a smoking jaokftt. For sale at Moore & Owens'. Moses Charbonneau is at work again and ready to wait on people every day. All articles left over 60 days will be sold for the cost of repairing. Moses Char bonneau, under Phelps' store, Gordon's block. The parlor musical at the home of II. A. Phelps on Academy street Friday evn ing, will be one of the best of the series aud It is probable that it will be the last for some time. An excellent programme has been arranged. The first annual masquerade ball under the auspices of Queen of the Forest Circle, 357, to be held at the Pavilion Deo. 18th. Gilbertson's orchestra to be present. Mas querade suits for rent at Mrs. J. Forbes, A. Thomas Block, also tickets at same place. F. W. Nichols has just completed his new automobile shed and for this winter will store carriages in It. The building is 85x50 and will acoommodate 35 carriages. Application for storage room should be made to F. W. Nichols, at the Standard Electric Co. 's store, Nichols block. The sale of nnclftimprl imnria at Fnraith & Imgram's on Saturday was well attend- - ... 1 . tu auu guuun sum very caeap. in account of darkness the sale was continue until Saturday, Deo. 19, when the balance of the goods will be sold to the hichest bid der. Among the lot are eoods mark! Frank Clerici. and are first alas. Pftr or. i der sheriff. Forsytk 4 Ingram. Those connected with the building trade in Barre. the carpenters, masons, paint ers, plumbers, and contractors, with their wives, children and "sweethearts," are invited to a "basket picnic" at the Pearl street Pavilion Thursday evening, Dec. 17, The members of the day laborers union are also Invited witk their wives, children and "sweethearts " All are asked to bring baskets of lunch. CENTRAL LABOR UNION. Next flegular Meeting; Occur Ic, 18th, On Week Earlier Than Uaual. The 34th regular meeting of the Cen tral Labor Union of Barre and Vicinity will be held in Sharpeners' hall, Quintan building, next Friday evening, Dec. ISth, at 7 30 o'clock. This date has been fixed upon in order that all may enjoy Christ mas. It is hoped tht every delegate will be present at this meeting. Come if you can. li. F. Uealy, President. C. C. Ramsdftll, Secretary. . Attmtiiiu, Grrtnitfl Manufacturera! Information Is n8ird by t4e under signed, an to who is the owner of a monu mvnt consigned to Unnpgir Bros , Sidney, Ohio. Address G.II.Dickas, Sidney, Ohio, All otir garments at cut prices to close, Veale & Knight. Pomet fl mnel for 6 c per yd. at Veale & Knigut. Views of Barre in booklet form, ready ror mailing, just wnat you want for vour friends in the "old country." On sale at the Barre Book Store. Don't buy X mas cards to send away wnn you cm get crty views of Barre and vicinity at O. J. "D -dge's store in booklet form ready for mailing You will find at Perry's a good line ef men's, womea's and children's underwear In all prices. GRAKITEYILLL A grand publlo ball under the auspices of Court Rob Hoy, No. 8, F. of A., Gran iteville, will be given at Miles' hall Fri day evening. December 25. Mnsio will be furnished by the Kast Barre orchestra of four pieces, and W. M. O'Donnell will be flo r manager, assisted by Frank Coyle. The Introduction comrnl'tee is John Mo Williani and Michael Hughes; reception committee, Herman Bullis and John Stoot. The full biP, including supper, will be $1. Dancing from 8 to 4 o'clock. STEE2JUOU3 COLLEGIANS. FreBhraen Throw Sophomore, Hound Into a Lake. Seattle. Wash., Dec. lG.-Tbe fresh man-sophomore warfare at the Stat university has taken a serious turn. A band of freshmen were fired on whil surrounding a house where Orraund, a sophomore, lived. The supposition was that they were burclnrs Ormund, bound hand and foot, was later thrown into Lake Union. He was rescued with difficulty. Miles Lelser, another soplibmore, was thrown intc the lake with his hands bound. He wa seized with cramps, but was saved by a freshman. The trouble started some days ago. when the sophomores tore down a tro pby which has been used in the deco rations at the freshman class dance At that time a sophomore wounded a freshman with an ar. Do Your Cooki eg As "Built to Bake." BARRY & WILUAJIS, Furniture Dealers, Barre, Vt A small oven is a nuisance takes twice as much time, twice as much coal. Household Ovens reso large. and roomy that you can do all your bak ing at one time. Bake 16 pies at once Every Household Range ls. B.D.T01ASI GENERAL STORE NEW DEPARTMENT. ruurtU I lam PoKtmaBierx. Washington, Dec. 10 The followlns fourth class postmasters have been ap pointed: Pennsylvania Barry, Levi G. Bill man; Helen. Hugh L. Miller; Monoca cy, Carrie Bland; Shawanese, William J. Hill; Stokesdale, Robert G. Austin. 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. aBaaaMMMMMna B. D. Tomasi Store, . Cor, North Main and Seminary Sts., - Barre, Vermont. Are you about to build? If so tee that your builder's contract has a clause pro viding that the structure shall be erected by union labor which will Insure yon of good work and a job completed without delay. Per order Union 461, Carpenters and Joiners of America. S. R. Doty, Sec. Another new lot of souvenir postals at Dodge's jewelry store. I Our Repairing and Remodeling Home Bakety, 30 ini 32 Barre Street, MontpeUer, Vt Pure Milk Bread FOB IUI AT Mercfunts Economic Grocery Parker k Tassic's Cash Market, BARRE, VERMONT. F1 A IV"-, D. k H. Coal Screened Gean Stove, Egg and Nut, -Grate, $820 8.00 OF - FU Is Equal to New. Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed, A. C. 5PIRO, FUR STORE. Sign of the Seal, 31 State St., Montpelier CYLINDER RECORDS, 25c. Tbe latest improved Colombia. Why pay 50c ? Hear our stock. Tfee AVERELL MUSIC CO. EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER Wants to go out by the diy. Can give references from Boston and Chicago. MISS BEATON, Telephone 1544. 31 Perry St., Barre. Yt DAVID SICKLE, Custom Union Tailor Twenty Years' Experience. Ladies' and gentlemen's farments cleaned by steam, pressed aad dried. Repairing neatly done. Suits Made to Order at reasonable prices. La dies' and gentlemen's For Coats neatly repaired. Orders by Hail Promptly Attended to. Room 3 Eastman Block, - Barre, Vt. Fine line of watches, diamonds, gold pens, etc , at E. O. Holmes. Prices the lowest. Ladies' and gentlemen's solid gold watches at F. E. Burr & Co.'s. Pin cushions all trimmed at Veale & Kuight. The Noxall Trousers Are the most popular, low-priced, made-to-measure Trousers that we ' know of. F. A. Hatc&inson, Room 3, - - - - Eastman Block. It's Worth Something To look over dur up-to-date stock of Music, Talking Machines and Records. They are here. The Lycosite ... I am ageat for this Great est Winder f the Kincteentk Ceatsry. It cores paia in stantly with out taking a drop if Bcdl dae. It lasts for years. Frloa, l.M. L. S. NORRIS, Bane. PERFUMES The Best! Tfee Newest! Tfee Cheapest I Jtrst tfce tfciag for Xmts. East Barre Drug Store, J. H. KcARTHUR, Prop. We sell and deliver 2000 pounds for a ton. D. M. MILES. Coal, Wood, Coke! Hard Coal, all sizes. A No. i Smithing Coal. Hard and Soft Wood. Calder & Richardson, Successors to O. I. Jackson & C., Depot Square, - - Barre, Vt. WOOD The place to ony Wood t all kiads. 4 large stock of Chair Wood, Ko. I Wit Block Weod, Ulxad Weft aad Hard Wood Slabs and Kindling Weod. MOVING m JOBBING. I am prepared to d all kinds ef tIbc and Jobblag at fifty cents per hr for tw horses and a man. r SOUTH END HOTEL FORMERLY WINDSOR HOUSE, BROWN & KURPHY, 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. ' L. J. BOLSTER, "(Tel. Call 152-3.) 283 No. Main St., Barre, Termont. The AVERILL MUSIC CO. OSTEOPATHY Two years hence yoa will wonder why yon did not beliere in Osteopathy before. Think it orer. No knife.no drop. Just applied common-sense. Specialty Ncttous Diseases and Diseases of Women. Consultation free. Office hours, 8 00 a.m. to 12 m. and 1.30 to 5.30 p.m. Eveolags by appointment. vv ill treat you at year homes when pre ferred. DR. R. P. EVANS, Room 4, Morse Block, - - Kiln St., tarn, Vt lbon. 137-3. I! I 59 South Main Street. I I Telephone Call, 46-2. 1 I WW iiiiiriMiiimr MawriiwiinrgvirigtTTji im jrid' j Bfll Ribbon uwonhadl it Block Wood, Limb Wood and Chair Waste For sale for cash. Orders nmv be left at Thwing Eros' boxrs Arthur S. Martin. Hione 204-3. - - . 43 Park Si.' HAIR GOODS. Mr. C 8. Meolw, 40 .ltflrsnn St., mv aRcnt v, A I t fu,"'sh "air tiixMls, WipB, front iHcni. Kwitchea. etc., if t j ,t:k, at short notice from my Manrhwur tore. Thanking 10 ,tl"''r lil,rra1 Pironr In just, and olICiHng a cuntinu&oreof tha eue i."hu? f,,r D,y 6nt an1 myt. 1 " yours with all reject, B. M. VOKK. It you go hunting this Fall and can't locate any thing, put up your gun and seek solace in a Blue Rib bon Cigar. E. O. MARRION, I Pipes and Tobacco, Union Carar Store. Corner Cigar Store. (Two Btorcs are better than one.) ELECTRIC 11 Liectnc Eaters, ; Electric Fixtrres, ! Electric Srp'fiicsi. STANDARD ELECTRIC CO., j h. ft. BXfrvrstT, t r. w. mtmoiM, m 4 190 North Vim Bt Barre