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F. B. Cate Real Estate Agency
Two-Tenement Hou$e on Addison Street, '
Near church and school. Six rooms In each. In food repair. Fents for $24.00 per month
and is always rented. City water. Connected with the sewer. Large lot, 90 feet front
and (,S deep. Price, $2400.00.
Two-Tenement House on Pleasant Street.
Ffve rooms down stairs and six rooms up stairs. Bath and closet in each tenement. Hard
wood floors in kitchen, bath and pantries. Good cellar. Large lot, 70 feet front and 108
deep. Price right. $500 down and balance easy.
Cottage and Barn on Batchelder's Meadow.
Cottage contains seven good rooms in the best of repair. Nice barn with two stalls and land
enough for a garden. Will sell cheap or exchange for a farm. '
Two-Tenement House on Circle Street.
Six rooms in each. Bath, electric lights and furnace. Everything up to date. Lot is 60
feet front and 90 feet deep. The house is new, having been built only two years, and rents
. for $25.00 per month. Price, $200.00.. Easy payments.
v . -. Farm Containing tiO Acres,
Of which about 40 is wood and timber. The farm' will keep ten or twelve cows and team.
Easy to carry on. Good large barn, with basement House old style, but in good repair.
Only three miles from Montpelier and six miles from Barre. ' Price, $2500.00.
A Few 'Choice Building Lots r
At Edgewood, on Batchelder's Meadow, Maple avenue and in most any locality you wish.
Call and see us. No trouble to show prop
erty. Open evenings.
ROOMS U AND 12,
F. B. CATE.
WIRE ME AT ONCE WITH
THE GREEN TAG
POULTRY NETTING
IT IS GALVANIZED
AFTER BEING TWISTED
AND IS ABSOLUTELY
RUST PROOF.
SALE BY
'rindie - '&
SlJSrorth Main Street, - - Barre, Vt.
BUSINESS CARDS.
DR. C. H. KENT,
DENTIST. Miles Block. Telephone
at office and residence.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Ot
fiee in Boom 85, Miles' Buildinfr.
Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1.30
to 4 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Friday. Telephone con
nection. ARTHUR H. LEWIS, D. V. S.,
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Surgery a specialty. Graduate or West
ern Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo.
Office at residence, - - 58 Tearl Street.
Telephone, 212-13.
MRS. H. A. BEACH,
EXPERIENCED NURSE. No. 102
South Main street, Barre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-2.
H. W. SCOTT,
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW. Office In
Wood Block, over Ladd'a etore.
Justice, notary and stenographer
tn office.
FRED L. PAGE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Residence, 34 Highland
Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3.
CHEEVER J REYNOLDS,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDER3,
6 Catnp St. and 145 Washington St,
Telephone 157-5.
SALE
THE
BOLSTER BLOCK, J
H. J. SLAYTON. J
A new invoice of
HORSE BLANKETS
AND-
El
Also a full line of
Cotton and Rubber Hose
Oil and Gasolene
Stoves and
REFRIGERATORS
- .Averill
G. A. WILKINSON,
CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING.
Calsomlaing and decorating. House
painting and paper hanging a spec
laity, ibe best work at moderate
prices. 8hop above the covered
bridge, So. Main street, Barre.
J. A. CROWLEY,
HOUSE PAINTING, Paper banging
etc. Shop on Seminary St. Tele
phone connection.
J. A. M'LEOD,
REGISTERED BHOEING SMITH.
Knee-cutting, Interfering, clicking,
etc., positively cured. Diseased feet
treated with success. Trotters, pa
cerB and gentlemen's roadsters a
specialty. Shop on Seminary St.
Telepnone connection.
HENRY FRENIER & SON,
UNDERTAKERS, funeral directors
and furnishers of funeral supplies.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Granite street, Barre, Vt.
Residence np stairs. Telephone, 13-6.
TRAINED HURSE
MISS M. COLSON,
No. 72 Summer St., - Barre, Vermont.
(Telephone to Central.)
DR. F. N. LYNDE,
DENTIST.
Room in Old Miles Building,
Over Sowden & Lyon's Store.
F. G. & C. H. ROWELL,
Complete Architects
and Builders.
58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont.
The Collie.
The shepherd do?, called collie la
Scotland, from the Gaelic cuilcan, or
PUPI'JT. gains Its title from the fact of
Its being used to watch sheep and pro
tect them from marauders of every de
scription. . ,
Cotton and Wood.
Cotton has the same composition as
Vood.
GRANITE SAVINGS BANK
-AM)-
TRUST COMPANY,
BAFPE, - - - - VERMONT.
Tiie atti-ntion of liKl'osiTf RS fs rall'el to
the following wi liuli of Vermont .Staiuti'o -.
EXAMINATION OF DWOSIT HOOKS.
" Si c. K)5. In the year and every fifth
year thereafter, at mu-Ii time in the year "an the
Insie lor of Finance ih;i!l drt-iLiiati". the Trus
teed of saving iiankr. Savings institutions ami
Trust t ompanies Khali t all in the tlt-imt.it books
for examination and verification."
In accordance with the reqtiireinentH of this
section the Inspector of Finance ha (leignateil
MAY
as the month ilnrint' which tyitiit books shall
be examined ami vcrilied and the
DEFOSITOHS
in the Ohanitr Having Hank a.i Tki rt
( omi'ANV me requested to bririK or send their
tiookt to the Hank, as toon as convenient after
the tirst day ol May, that they may be examined
and verified as required bv law.
Ifixikb sent by mail w ill lie promptly returned.
JOHXTKOW, lYi'sidetit.
H. O. MOUTH F N. Ytce-rre.
It. i. tVuolilU I F, Treasurer.
NOTICE.
Whereas, a petition, asking for the extension
of the public sewer from a manhole at the inter
section of Sii.-tultliug and J'erry streets, on J'orry
street, to a house now in the process of con
struction bv W. 1'errV: and, whereas, the
itv Council have deeideiLthat the public nood
ami the convenience and necessity of individuals
demands that the extension as aliove asked lor
should be made;
Notice in hereby (riven that the Street Com
missioners of the City of Harre will meet at the
City Council 'hamlie'r in City Hall on the 'th
day of .May, bn:i, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
the abut tfnK land-:iwners to the proposed sewer
extension as above described, to bear objec
tions, if any an; to be made, why Kaitl sewer
himil not lie laid and assessments made as
provided by the Charter and Ordinances of the
t itv of Parte.
.Signed at Harre, Vt., this lit li day of May, l!KO.
R. S. (VRKIKH, ) Street Com'rs
F. II. HI HKK. ! in and for the
J. J. MACKENZIE,) City of fiarrc
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
Tim: Time will publish Wants, Lost and
Found, For Sale, To JCt, etc. short advertise
ments at the rate of four line for twenty-live
cents for the first insertion and five cents for
each subsequent insertion.
FOR SALE,
FOlt SAFE I'ri?e winning Ruff Igliornrinrs,
50c a down, at -Hi Maple Ave., City. 4;i(ti
FOll SAFE Hay and straw at No. 100 Sum
mer street. Telephone connection at F. E.
Kinney's house. M. V. 15. Freeman. SOOtf
NEW HOI SE F( Ut SALE Just finished.
Seven rooms with bath, hot and cold water,
furnace, electric lijrht fixtures, window shades
hung. House finished in best of manner ami
very desirable location. Apply to H. J. Col
burn, 2 CuiTier street. 4:Stf
FOR SALE Blacksmith shop and all tools,
including wooitmakinir tools, shop in irood
location at I pper Oraiiilcvillc. Apply to Frank
Audette, tJramteville. 4.'tti
FOR SALE House nearly completed on
Circle street, Ratchelder's meadow. Inquire of
K. A. Lane, on premises or telephone ynTi-12,
South Harre. 3utfi
FOR SALE win chairs. New and (second
hand. ill lie sold cheap. Apply to Socialist
Block, Granite street. " ;si6
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, one Knoll spring
frame bicycle, entirely new. The clear wheel
for Vermont roads. Win. Donald, 6 Foss St. STtti
FOll SALE. I have a few more finfi sinking
canaries for sale. All young birds. Wm. Don
ald, 6 Foss street. STtfi
FOR SALE At a -bargain, a ladies' new
wheel. Never been ridden. F. . Howell, 56
Summer street. 33tf
MANt HE Foil SALE Would like to eon
tract with someone for mv vear's supplv. Ap
ply to H. F. Cutler, lty Livery Stables." 3stf
'.FOR SALE OR TO EENT House and Iwrn
and about '.(i acres of land, w ithin ten minutes'
walk of Williainstown station and pist-ollicc.
Apply to J. II. lirnrkway, V illiamstowu. Utf
PLATS GLASS FOK SA LE A lot cf random
sizes a verv low price if taken at once hat
si?e do yoii want ? I'MuS MADE SIQNS a id
AW5I.Nt.ii. E. A. Kupir, 14 Freoch St. Kiwif
HAY FOR SAbft- Delivered it bulk or
pres-ed. Am prepared to III! orders of short
notice AddretiS George Casie, East St 19iiV2
WANTED.
TWO .SECOND-II AN" D BROODERS.
A. W. ALLEN, Sunnvside Farm.
Telephone 114-3. '-'Sotf
TO RENT.
TO KENT Good Inriie store at corner of
Main and Seminary streets. Apply at H. D.
Toinasi's grocery store. 47tf
TO RENT Two desirable rooms at 34 Jotter
son street. " !2ttf
TO RENT At once, furnished board inir house
at Woodbury, on Fletcher quarry. ' House new
and complete in every way. Forty men can be
easily provided for. E. H. Fletcher, llard
wick, Vt. 4tH3
FASTI RE TO KENT No barbed wire. Alo
will take horses or cattle to pasture. Inquire
of Mrs. Albert Faine, East liarre, Vt. 'i-Kt
TO REN T Tenement of live rooms and bath.
Also two rooms suitable for ollice. Apply to
Scott Townsend, corner North Mitm and
Granite streets. 4-ltf
TO RENT Tenement at : Merchant street
of five rooms. All modern improvements. Ap
ply to G. W. Mann, 14 Wellington street. 38tf
TO KENT.
Two tenements in .Stafford house on Cottage
street,
One tenement In Stratton house on llranch
street.
line tenement oil' Fai k strei't.
21 f " l'lielps lsrotherS.
TO KENT Three-room tenement in the new
l!iiZ7,ell block. Heat, electric lipids, bath, hot
and cold water. Also one four-ioom up-slairs
tenement. Furnished rooms to rent bydayor
week in new block. Apply to A. II. lliiz.ell,
I'carl street. 4-tf
TO RENT Down-stairs tenement, consistine
of four lare and nn small room, pantry and
closet. Near post-ottice. Rent Slu.uo. Apply
to Mi s. II. E. Waite, 2 Eastern avenue. yyif
TO KENT A lartre stone shed, with use of
steam derrick, lias nil modern Improvements.
Also a larire safe, in good comHtion, for sale.
Call at Times office. 41tti
TO RENT Two front rooms on second floor,
suitable for offices, also furnished rooms on
third floor, ready March 20. Apply to A H.
Buzzll, l'earl street. iStf
TO RENT Furnished rooms at "THE OTIS,
14 Pearl St., by the day or week. The house
and furnishings are new. Steam heat, electric
liehts. baths, broad nlazras front and back on
each floor. Matron in eharpe, and the fcest of
aervlce guaranteed. O. H. ilalc, Prop. SOttr
TO RENT.
Til RENT Down-stairs fi-m-inem of larjre
risims. etc., at Mt. ermm l'l.ice. just off ash- '
liurton stret. Inquire of 1'. u. hcaton, tele-
phone 224-4. 4i;tf I
S ORE TO RENT Parties wishing a store
near the business center can secure one by ad
dressing " store," Times otlice. 4'itf
TENEMENT TO RENT Five looms, up stairs,
at i 'i Merchant street. Apply at the house. ;il(f
TO RENT Tenement of five rooms and bath
room, w ith laiire garden, short diManee from
post-othie. Inquire at SI Currier si re.-t. tf
TO RENT House on l'ropect street, mar
Opera House. Si risuns, sewer and has Mc-1-arland's
spring wafer, t all on C.N. Ileiiedict,
Eastern Avenue. 4.M2
ROOM TO KENT Suitable for two men or
man ami wife, with board. No. 1 Spaulding
street. 'Ml
TENEMENT TO RENT On Currier Park.
Wm. C. Mackio, corner Washington and Mount
streets. ' 4otf
TO RENT Oo Brook St.. six room tenement
with bulb. room. Also five-room tenement.
D. M. Miles. bit
TO RENT Nicely furnished front rooms to
rent low, at No. 24 Merchant street. 2i'4tf
TO RENT Furnished room, suitable for two.
Electric light and bath. Apply at 3 Smith's
place. ;iM3
T l OI.-VT f:,uul l,-,.r.. Kirn o ml I..i.mi.i fr
let in .raniteville, Vt. Applv to N. L. Murrav,
Granitevilh.', Vt. ' 42t4
TENEMENTS TO KENT. J
Cottaire on Cambria St. for .10.d0.
Tliree tenements on Ratchelder's Meadow for
.$12.00 and gl2.,W per month.
ijrn tenement in TUden house, on Main St., I
well adapted for roomers and boarders. Also
two smaller tenements, which w ill be rented i
for l.oti. I
House and barn on r Imwood Ave. for gln.no.
D. A. I'KlSIiY liKAL EsTAlK AC.KM'V.
HELP VANTED.
WANTEI A capable ei rl to do ireneral house-
work. Apply at 0 South Warren St. 5H2
. WANTED A eajiable jrlrl todo general house
work. Apply at 2 Academy street. 4iitf
WANTED At once, a first-class lumper.
Kane Granite Co., Montpelier. 4tti
W ANTED At once, tirl for jreneral house
work. Apply at 6 School street alter 6 p. in. 4?t2
W ANTED Girl for general housework. Ap-
ph'at corner of Parle and Treiuont street. 47t3
WANTED Stone cutters to cut curbinir. Ap
ply to Wilbur & Son's quarry, Cobble Hill. 4ltf
WANTED Experienced help in tailor shop.
Girl pant maker and to do repairing new work.
Moore A' Owens, 12 Main street. 40tf
WANTED First-class letrerer. Pneumatic
tools. Apply to Box 42ii, liarre, Vt. 37t0
WANTED At once, 50 men and ten double
teams to work oiutne nite lover jt.n. at
liethel.- Apply to W. C. Joues, 34 Eastern
avenue. . 2ftf
WANTED Man and wife who has a team to
carry on a farm. Address Box 4, Graultevibe,
Vt. 6tf
WORK WANTED.
WANTED Bookkeeper wants position: Ad
dress " K," Times otiice. 42tij
WANTED A position as salesman in a shoe
or gents clothing store. Two years' experience.
Address K, Times ollice. 42tf
VV ANTED l'osition in liarre or vicinity as
foreman polisher, or will run a machine, llave
had Ioub experience. Address Box 48, Barre,
Vt. - . 42112
WANTED A (sirl would like steady place to
do general housework, or wait on table. Box
2i or apply to i5 Currier street. 4)t3
DRESSMAKING Miss Mina Barker, exper
ienced dressmaker. Will go out by the day
JO Summer street. 21 if"
WANTED Dressmakinp, would po out by
the day or take sewing: at home. Apply to Miss
M. Paterson, Hi Pleasant street. 20tlS
AGENTS WANTED, ETC.
WAN'TEl Persons to call on retail trade and
airents for manufacturing house ; local territory ;
salary Slil.Tu paid weekly and ex pense money
advanced; previous experience unnecessary;
business successful ; inclose self-addressed en
velope. Standard House, Chicago. 35tU
PASTURAGE
WAN TED Cattle to pasture on the old Mar
tin farm. Apply to Henry Budro, Barre. 4Mti
WANTE1 Ten yearlings to pasture on the
,1. "W. Goulds-bury place. Apply to J. W.
Averill, " ,'jutti
TAKE NOTICE.
Moses Cliarlianean, the shoe repairer, has been
doing business in liarre fifteen years, and he
defies anybody to say he has not used his cus
tomers vell. His work is all well done ami only
the best stock is used. He also furnishes the
best velvet rubber heels for ladies' and gentle
men's shoe. Call in and see him. You will
find hiin at his trade every day, under Phelps
Bro.s' store, Gordon Block.
NOTICE.
Having leased the Union Blacksmith Shop
known as the C, N, Benedict shop. No. 22 Sum
mer Street, 1 will do all kinds of Blacksmithinf.
Horse Shoeing a specialty. All work done in a
iirst-ciass manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call
and see me. W. T. BURGESS.
FREDERICK R. TIBBITTS
21, 22 and 23 Ames Building, Boston.
Investment Securities
Commission orders fa New York, Chicago and
Boston markets.
Weekly market letter mailed upon application.
Special attention given to speculative accounts.
T. li phone 1;(2 Main.
DCuv;imor; line
'T TO
jK I K ; Fast Twin-screw
W l'l V - - Service
..rjjEOSTONta
,v QUEENSTOWN
andHVERPOOL.
Commonwealth ...May 2
New KiikIsixI May 14
Mayflower May 21
Commonweal!) June 4
New England... June 11
Mayflower. ; June 18
1st class $80 upwards; 2d class $12 M;
3d class at low rates.
. From ttOSTOV
12. iEDITERRftNEAN
Azores, Gibraltar, Naples, Genoa.
Cambroman. May 2, June 20, Aur- 8
Vancouver I una tj, July 1, Aug i
1st class npwadsj 2d class, jr0.
Company's Oilier, 71Stnte St., P.oslon,
or B. t. Ballard, Miles' Granite Kulidlnic.
Barre, new Laugdon Block, Montpellur.
urn RICH
Owe Their Financial Success to Foresighted
Investment in Real Estate, not to " Good Luck.
We WILL GLADLY HELP YOU to
get a start in the right direction if you will
come and see us about the good properties
we have for sale. BUY A HOUSE with
more than one tenement.
Nice House Containing Nine Large Rooms,
Arranged for two families,' at the corner of Maple avenue and Harrington avenue. Is all
finished in the natural wood and there are hard wood floors in kitchen, dining-room and bath.
House has ken built only o few years and is in good repair. The tenement on the ground
floor rents readily for $12.00 per month and the second floor is occupied by owner. Price for
immediate sale is $3000.00. Terms, from $300.00 to $500.00 and balance on easy rtrms.
Twelve-Room House on South. Seminary Street.
Is faying $25.00 per month and is well adapted for a home or investment. Extra good
cellar. Is in good repair. This property is a snap at $2750.00. Terms, from $300.00
to $500.00 down. .
A Great Investment Located on Perry Street.
Consists of i large four-tenement block and cottage. Located on a lot containing about
one-half acre of land. This property rents fsr $44.00 per month to a good class of tenants.
Is in good repair inside, but needs painting outside. Property is Insured for about $3000.00
and is assessed for $2700.00. As owner has moved out of town this property can be bought
for $3S00.00 if sold before June 1st. Figure the rate of interest., It pays more than ten
per cent CLEAR above expenses.
Fine Residence, With Barn, in Excellent Location."
We refer to the residence owned and formerly occupied by Lyman A. Gale on Averill street,
off Park street. Contains nine rooms, all of good size, conveniently and pleasantly arranged.
The finish is chiefly hard wood oak, cypress and sycamore being used. The barn is about
22 by 26 feet. The lot has a frontage of 74 feet on Averill street and a depth of over 90
feet. You should see this property to appreciate it. ' Until further notice, we are allowed to
sell forocly $4800.00, which is $300.00 less than the property cost several years ago.
Terms will be reasonable. -
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
Let us show you these properties. We will cheerfully put
our time against yours in looking them bver. We make
you sure of clear titles. t
The D.-A. Petty
Real Estate Agency,
Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon Block,
ION
Wood & Grfgoire,
Stone (tens and Contractors.
Raising and nioviDg buildings.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Telephone Culls:
C. E. Wood, 215-21; G. L. Gregoire, 1-1 i.
Why Not Insure Your Property
In Reliable Stock Companies?
THE G. HERBERT PAPE FERE INSURANCE
AGENCY represents the largest and safest fire insurance com
panies in the world.
Write or call at office for rates, ttc.
Office Over Granite. Savings Bank.
IN
SURAN.C E
, Some agents say "The Best Companies," others
"The Strongest," and still others "The Largest
Companies." 1 simply say
J. W. DILLON, Agent.
Representing $465,490,1 17.3Q assetts as per annual
statement of companies represented in this agency on
Jan. i , 1903. That tells the whole story. Call and
investigate. No risk too large, none too small.
RESIDENCE OF J. W. GORDON', RICHARDSON STREET.
C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISIIEI) ON SHORT NOTICE.
Office at 202 North Main Street,
NEAR DEPOT SQUARE. (Phone 12:5-3.) . BARRE, VERMONT.
Barre, Vermont.
J A. FIELD,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and residence, 32 ratterson
St. Telephone 157-4.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
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