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GREAT INVESTMENTS
IN REAL ESTATE.
The Estate of the Late Geo. Mackfe has been
placed with the F. B. Cate Agency for sale, consisting of five
Two-tenement Houses on Mount Street (one facing Currier
Park) and the Home Place on Washington Street. The
houses are all in good repair and connected with the sewer.
The five on Mount Street rent for 109.00 per month.
The Home Place, with barn, is one of the most desirable
residences iu the city. House has ten large rooms finished
in hard wood (mostly oak), bath-room, pantry and closets.
Furnace heat in all the rooms. Considering location (only
about three minutes' walk from postoffice and one minu.e"s
walk from Spaulding school), the property can be bought so
that it will net the purchaser a large per cent on the invest
ment. It will be sold all together or separate, as desired.
For more definite description please call at the F. B. Cate
Real Estate Agency, rooms 11 and 12 Bolster Block.
NO. 26 SPAULDING STREET
Is another very desirable place for a' home. None better for
the money in the city. Contains nine largf rooms besides
bath room, closets, pantry and storeroom. Spring water,
hot water connections, hot air furnace, large lot everything
first-class, and only two minutes' walk from the postoffice
and Spaulding school. Can rent rooms enough to pay for
the place in a short time if one desires to do so. '
STORY OF MAX O'RELL.
F. B. Cate Real Estate Agency
Rooms 11 and 12, Bolster Block,
F. B. CATE. H. J. SLAYTON.
Ksperlrnoe of I'rruoli Author Whr.
Liii'krtl Out of IIU London Home.
Iu n Liter to t!. Chicago New a Eu
K("'ii FiMd oix'c wrote th.st wlim In.
tin-t Cii 1110 to London tin; late I'aul
Hloiict (Mas O'llt IU took a little house
iu a retired quarter of the city. About
2 o'clock one luoniinit the whole neigh
borhood was aroused by cries in the
street; somebody was ,houtitij at the
top of his voice: "Murder: Fire:
Thieves:" nnd this hubbub was pro
tracted until everybody in the locality
was at his window in a state of violent
alarm. It was Max O'Kell, who, re
turning; home nt this unholy, hour and
finding himself locked out, took this
way of arousing his servants. Finally,
standing in the ndddlo of the street
the cynosure of nil eyes, O'Kell lifted
his hat and, bowing politely this way
and that, said, "Thanks, good neigh
bors, for your friendly wilicitude; hav
ing awakened the concierge, I will now
enter my home."
Who but a Frenchman could have
done that thing in just that way?
TO RENT.
OKt'H E lilBlMS TO i:i;vr In r n, it
UiH-k. Apjily at hAKiui.ui iirna. store. OTiif 1
tknevext to i:rT-t'm rurri-r rrk. I
Win. :. Maekie. cnu r a-hi'.tiit'iii ami Mount
4m i
TO ItKXT "tt3irf at 44 I.oii Mrwt. r vim
roMiu-. hot ami c,l.l wntir, l',sh, Kim;
caiili'U. .jiplv to C H. l'irrv, Ciiele st. Tutf .
OTEL, MILANO,
JOSEPH D. OSSOLA, Prcprietario, ,
North Main Street, - - ' - - Barre, Vermont.
Club For Americana In Manila.
An Institutional club for Americans
is to be founded in Manila, $-5,000 Lav
lng been raised for the erection of its
quarters. Yale university will equir.
its gymnasium, 5 and $1,X) is belnf!
taised at Princeton for its billlurc
room. Harvard and Teunsylvaniu wih
furnish the living rooms of" the club.
NOTICE.
To A. I). Morse, fintnite Saving Bank &
Tnirt Co,, I iv Juliri Trow, H. O. Wotht-Ii. W. A.
W hiU'.mili, A. 1). Mre. C . I., t un icr anil Frank
F. Cave, Directors, L. M. Avcrill, all of tilt fit y
of liarrf, Vt., A. (.'. JUanclianl (if Montpt lier.
Vt., the Citv of Barre, tiy ,lani'S M.iekay ami
liane & Moutpelicr l'ower .V Traction Co.,
by 11. K. liush, Clerk:
" You, eadi ami all of you. as owner, a;eiit,
attorney or letrtil rejireVeiitative inU-rrHteil
therein! of any of the lawl or ImiUlinssalmrriiiK
on the hereinafter described portion of Main
Street, re notified that the City Council of the
City of iiarre has by rrMilution ilceiiled that
that porrion of Mam Street from Prospect
Street, northerly to tne National ltank should 1'
paved nnd h:ivc instructed said conitmsinnerK
to give notice, hold a hearing, and if judged
necessary to proceed w ith naiil work aoeordiint:
to the Charter and (irdiiianccn of the City of
hsirre, Xt. We have therefore appointed Wd
nesday, the 2(th day of June, at 4 o'clock in the
afternoon, a the date for aid hearinjr, and the
City Council Chamber, in the City Hall of the
City of Barre, Vt., as the place for hearing the
parties interested in retrard to the neceehity of
paving aiil portion of said Main Street, and
also iu raitarit to the material to lw used iu
paving aid portion of ;,iil Main Street.
Signed at Uarre, V t., tliis loth dav of June,
11. S.rritfelF.n, ) Sweet fWrs
F. II. Ul'KKK. 5 of the
J. J. MAC KKSZIK, J City of Iiarre.
I,' Hotel e' da oggl in pol aperto al publico e tutti vl potranno trovare
le phi' ample oommodita'.
La Cuciiia e' aihdata ad tin chief oppositamente venuto da New York.
Pranzl ad ogni ora del giurno e della sera a prezzl modieissiiui,
Salone per pranzi. Ca-wj ammobigliate Speeialita' importate e do"
mestiche in bibite. ''
L Hotel e' eoDnesso coll HOTEL CAMFIDOGLIO di New York, 147
Bleecker Str. angolo Thompson Str.. condotto da B. Certini e tutti gli italiani
protranno rlrolgersi air HOTEL MILANO dl Barre se hanno parentl o amiel
in arrivo al Catie Garden e per mezzo del Sig. Bertini si compieranno tutte
le pratlehe per lo sbarco e verranno aocoiopagrjatl al trenl in partenza.
UNA CAREOZZA DELL' HOTEL ATTENDE I VIAGGIATOKI AD OGNI
TRENO IN ARRIVO A BARRE.
TO KKNT iood laru-e store at corner of;
Main and Seminary streets. Apply at 1. It. ;
Toiiiai's grocery tore. 4Uf
TO HKNT Down-stairs tenement, eiie-istini; !
of tour la rep and one liinall room, pantrv mnl !
eloet. Near pot-oili e. llent Tu.im. Apply,
to Mrs. It. K. W aite, l.atetn avenue. laul
Fol! IitlM.
Nice ilow n-slairs tenement on I'attcrsoti St.
Will rent riirht to small family.
Six room tenement on irielil Ave. for 10.M
Six-ro'iui tenement, with bath, j n -t otf W ash-
imr'on st. on Jit. Vt rnon Place for S13.0U per
tliolith,
live-room tenement on Brooklyn St., with
ham, for KvOO.
ottatre on Cambria St. for gio.nn per month.
Collate on iatchebier Meadow tor Sl.'.OO
per month.
1. A. I'KlillV ItEAt. ETATB Aot .M V
TO lilCNT Two small tenements of four
or five rooms, one up and the other down stairs,
on Pearl street. Apply to A. 11. liur.zell, l'cail
street. 4-'!X
HELP WANTED.
WANTF.D -One. flood stone sawyer, steady
work, u'ood pav. Apply to v csidbuty Granite i
Co., Ihudwick", Vt. Site! j
WANTF.D At once, a man to do clerk's woi k.
Apply at Cit y Hotel. Tst'i
WANTED Machine iperators wanted by the i
Woodbury (Iraidto Company, 'iurdwiek, Vt.
(vne irranite lathe operator and one McDonald i
surfacing macliirie openitnr. Apply at once. !
l,on job fur good men. Wi
WANTFD Two first-class monuhiental gran
ite cutter. )i."U, eij;ht hours. Steady work
th" year round. Northwestern toanite Co.,
liaker t.'itv, Oregon. 1 nquire at Times oHiee. 75t.t;
WANTED A trlrl capable of doing- general
housework. Must be nt-ut and clean. No other
need, apply. Call at Mrs. A. J. Yoitn'n
house. " Tltf
W ANTF.D ibsid t-tanite polisher nt once.
M.o-hiln; polisher. flood wanes to the rilit !
party and a tirst-cla-s, steady job. Address
I 'hai'leN Montgomery, Cairo, ill. Wt'J
WANTF.D A capable jrirl to do general hotise
woi k. Apply at 'i Academy street. 4'Jlf
WANTKD Experienced help m tailor shop.
Cirl pant maker and to do repairing Dew work.
M e & Owens, 1--' Main street. 401f
WORK WANTED.
WANTF.D-l.adv would like work by the hour
onlay. Address i.. Times ollice. 70tf
DltKSSMAKlNi; Miss Mina Harker, exper
ienced dressmaker. Will go out by the day
,W Summer street. , '-ltf
MONEY TO LOAN.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
TriB TlMts wilt publish Wants, 1-ost and
Found, For Sale, To Let. etc. short advertise
mentsat the rate of four lines for twenty-five
cents for the first insertion and live tents, for
each subsequent insertion.
FOH SAI.K The propertv at the corner of
Merchant and Summer streets, belonging to the
estate of the lato Julia Morse. New house, l'J
rooms and twin. team heat, modem plumbini;
and modern in every other particular. Finished
in oak. lor price, ana terms apply to . n.
Braley, Administrator. "t2tJ
BUSINESS CARDS.
OR. C. H. KENT,
DENTIST. Miles Block. Telephone
t office and reeidenco.
6. A. WILKINSON, 1
CARRIAOB AND SIGN PAINTING,
t'alsominlnif and decorating. House
painting and paper banging a spec
laity. I he best work at moderate
prices, "ihop above the covored
brldgB, Bo. Main street, Barre.
FOl! SALE AT CASSIK FAKM.
Milk Our wagon delivers twice a day.
Hay Delivered promptly in hulk.
roienanu I ciui-s riinii oupioieu sti" a.
1'igs and Shoates Jjy the registered sire
Barre Jim, O. J. W. C.
Collie Flips Sable and white, from registered
stink. Apply to tieotge Cassie, F.ast Street.
FOR SA1.F CiO-cart. this season's stvle. Also
a tllenwood F cooking stove. Hot bin good con
dition. Apply at lie I'leasant street. .ml
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
nuTmPATnm PflVSICIAN. Of
fice in Koora S3, Miles' Buildlntr,
Ollica hours, 9 a. m. to 13 va and 1.30
to 4 p. m., Monday, Tneaday, Thurs
day and Friday. Telephone connection.
ARTKlifl II. LEWIS, D. V. S,
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Surgprj" a specialty. Graduate of West
ern 'Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo.
Office at resident, - SO Tear! Street.
Telephone, 212-13.
J. A. CROWLEY,
HOUSE PAINTING, Paper hanging
etc. Shop on Bcminary Bt. Tele
phone connection.
COL' JL r. !.,,. V.bIv Painfull
and in good 'miming order, inquire of (i. W".
Lane. (JStO
Kolt SAM' House nnd lot nt 2M South Main
street, with ten apple trees anil a quantity of
currant bushes. App'" 10 L- N. Ellis, 2uU South
3IUIU SLieei,, uiin
HENRY FRENIER & SON,
UNDERTAKERS, luncral directors
and furnishers ol funeral supplies.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Granite street, Barre, Vt.
Beflidence op stairs. Telephone, 13 5.
MRS. H. A. BEACH,
EXPERIENCED NUKSE. No. 102
Bouth Main Btreet, Barre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-2.
H, W. SCOTT,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office in
Wood Block, over Ladd'a store.
Justice, notary and stenographer
In office.
F. G. & C. H. ROWELL,
Complete Architects
and Builders.
58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont
H. E. JEFFORDS,
Painting and Paper Hanging
And Calsomining. A share '
of your patronage is solicited.
5 Thurston Place, - Barre, Vermont,
FRED L. PAGE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Residence, 34 Highland
Avenne. Telephone call, 4-3.
NOTICE.
Having leased the Union Blacksmith Shop
known as the C, N, Benedict shop, No. 22 Sum
mer Street, I will do all kinds of Blacksmifhing-.
Horse Shoeing a specialty. All work done in a
first-class manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call
and see me. 1 W. T. BURGESS.
J. A. M'LESD,
PPiniSTRHEn SHOEING SMITH.
Knee-cotting, interfering, clicfeinsr,
etc., positively cured. DieHed feet
treated with (success. Trotters, pa
cers and gontlemen's roadsters a
specialty. Shop on Seminary St.
Telephone connection.
Spring Summer Woolens
Wanamaker & Brown's
Made-to-Measure Clothing.
0. W. BOYEA, Merchant Tailor.
J. A. FIELD,
Contractor and Builder.
Ofllce and residence, 82 Patterson
St. Telephone 157-4.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVFS
Wood & Gregoire,
Stons Masons and Contractors
Raising and moving buildings.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Telephone Cull :
C. E. Wood, 215-21 ; G. L. Gregoire, 1-11
FOR SALE.
FOH SAI.K Ono rair of draft hirc.
(lapi'le crav anil brown. Wvitrht. lVr
fi-ir ly S'miiil. Also si, luinus, wusron. (lump
r:irt nn cuanix, rrid-a ritrht, V . i.. Jlimily,
attuiiury, t. irtiti
FOR SAI.K Hav Viurp, nini' years old, wpifilm
11 -iii piinnim. Kind and gwa tor road or wm K
C all at Ml Wellington st. w. 11. (iale. 7iH2
FOK SAI.K Cilenwond ramr( and W l)fler &
W"ilin sewiiiff maebine, tioih in tirst-etas coii-
rtltion, for cash. Apuly to Joseph Oerne, 1
Keckli'v street. ., Tl CO
imrrha a home. 1 wit! loan on tno montnly
J..! I.-.., ,,aMj,lan .m.11 ,1,1 Mm.
H.'E. Waite, 2 Eastern Ave. 54tr
LOST AND FOUND.
l,OsT TockPt-lxMik anil sumnf ninncv. Find
er return to this oHiee and be rewarded. atf
LOST lietween A. A. Smith & Urox.' store
and l.'jf Simth Main utreet, a sum of money.
Under Willi rewarded lv returiiinjr Kame to
James W. (imilil, la South. Main street. V-'tf
Write for Special Letter
on the Market and
Financial Situation.
FREDERICK R. TJBBITTS
Invent meiit Securities
2 U 22 & 23 Ames BMg, Boston
9
FOH SALE Several seeontl-liatul ltarneft.
A lo some extra nie pipn and slioats for sale.
Apply to Nelson Downing. C-t(l
FOH SAI.K FariHinEr tools too numerous to
mention, at No. loo Suininer street. Telejdione
eonneetiou at F. E. Kinney's house. SI. V. B.
Freeman. 300t f
FOl! SAI.K C-liran for ca.li, 15-ton stone
wapon in excellent comlition. Standanl Oruit-
lt i . s (utarries, jiaruwieK, v t. uutt
L',,l C II T II. nin.i r,laru ,1,1 n'rtlt
about lltm, (rood worker and' an extra driver.
Apply to i . r.. t -errm. omi
XEW HOI'sK Foil SAI.K .lust nnif-bed.
Seven rooms with bath, hot and colli water.
furnace, electric li(-bt tixtures, window sbades
lixni)f. Hoiife (Inisbed in best of manner and.
very desirable Iiwation. Apply to 11. J. Col-
burn, i currier stJ-eet.
FtK SAI.K OH TO KKNT Hmtso and barn
and about M acres of land, within ten minutes'
walk of Willianistovvn station and post-otlice.
Apply to J. K. Jiroekway, lliuiiusuiwn. latt .
PLATE GLASS FOR SALE A lotof random
8i?.e a very low price it tnKen at one" nat
1m do yon want? UNION MADE SiNS and
AW NINGS. H. A. Kuglt, H KreochSt. awif
11 AY FOR SALE Delivered in bulk or
pressed. Am prepared to till orders of short
notice. Address George. Cassie, Fast St. mstlttl
ROASTERS.
YOUNG FOWL Ag ami size just right for
roasting.
A. W. ALLEN; Stnmyside Farm.
Telejihotie 114-3. 2Stitf
TO RENT.
TO KKNT Two desirable front rootiM, nicely
furnished, at 45 I'ark strei't Extention. Ti;tf
TO KKNT Larj-e tenement to rent. Sev
rcKiins. Apply at ll.W. Hooker Co.'s store. T3tf
TO KENT Two desirable rooms at 34 Jetfer.
son street. wnf
TO KENT.
Two teneuieuts In Stafford house on Cottage
St reet.
2l Phelps Ilrothers.
TO KENT Furnished rooms at "TH E OTIS,
14 Feivrl Ht , by the day or week. The house
and furnishinirs are new. steam heat, electric
lights, baths, broad piazzas front and back on
each floor. Matron in charge, and the best of
service guaranteed. O. H. Hale, Prop, 804tf
TENEMENTS TO KENT Three tenements.
Inquire of Henry FremeT, (Jrantte street. ttil
Fl'KNISHKD ROOM TO KENT Suitable for
two men. liath, etc. Apply at No. 3 Smith
I'lac.e. tiJt.l
BOSTON, LIVERPOOL. QUEENSTOWN.
Fast Twin Screw Mail and I'assetitror Steam
ers. 14,'Jy0 tons; mill feet lonir. liemarkable tor
sti'adiness. AH rooms upper decks amidships.
Perfect ventilation.
1VEKNIA sails from Koston June lti, July 14,
AllL'Ustll.
SAXONIA salts lrom jsnsron ,iune .hi. juiy -js.
1 LTON1A ahird class only, specially litieii)
sails June
Plans, sailings, etc.. 126 State St., Hoston,
Mass. Alexander Martin, A sent, or S. S. Hal
lard's Steamship Acenov, Miles' Block, Barre,
or New Lanilon l!loi-k, Montpelier.
A. W. LANE & SONS,
ARCHITECTS and
BUILDERS,
Tel. 305-J 2. SOUTH BARRE. VT.
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Cm"1 h CdlitT B'ui.'j.
FOR SALE
RV THE-
D. A, Perry Real Estate Agency
LOOK THIS LIST OVER AND
INVESTIGATE.
Desirable Cottage and Barn.
Has recently been papered and painted inside and is in first
class condition. House contains six rooms and barn has
two stalls. There is a large lot, 76 by 130 feet, and quite a
quantity of fruit trees. buildings are insured for fSooco,
The price for immediate sale is $1500.00. Terms easy.
Place is located on Railroad street, north of Berlin street.
Cottage of Six Rooms, With Small Barn.
About five minutes' wa'k from postoffice, near Tremont
street. On account of poor health owner will sell for
$1200.00. This property is especially well adapted for
a good home.
A Fifty - Acre Farm
Only about three miles from the city and one mile from
East Barre on good road. Land is all tillage and produces
about 25 tons of hay. House is in good repair and contains
nine good-sized rooms. There are two barns one 20 by
30 and one 30 by 40 feet with basement. This is a snap
at $1200.00 and can be bought on easy terms, or owner
would exchange for good renting property in Barre City.
New House and About 3 1-2 Acres of -Land
About ten minutes' walk from the postoffice House con
tains seven good-sized rooms and is finished in hard wood
down-stairs and there are two or three hard wood floors.
There is a good cel!ar and spring water runs to the house.
About 50 fruit trees have recently been set out and will be
bearing soon, and there are also plenty of currant and rasp
berry bushes. This is a desirable place foi' poultry and
market gardening. Price is $2600.00. Terms, about
1 500.00 down. -
Double House Containing-13 Rooms
About one minute's walk from Main street. Is connected
with sewer, has good granite cellar and is supplied with city
water. Rents for $21.00 per month and is never vacant.
House 5s insured for $1600.00 and assessed for the same.
Price for immediate sale, $2000.00.
Lei; as show yoa these properties at once. They
are sure to be worth more within a short time. Yous inter
ests will be ours in buying or selling Real Estate. We
guarantee good titles. You know the place,
Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon Block, Barre
Why Not Insure Your Property
In Reliable Stock Companies?
THE G. HERBERT PAPE FIRE INSURANCE
AGENCY represents the largest and safest fire insurance com
panies in the world.
Write or call at office for rates, etc. '
Office Over Granite Savings Bank.
INSURANCE.
Some agents say "The Best Companies," others
"The Strongest," and still others "The Largest
Companies." I simply say
J. W. DILLON, Agent
Representing $465,490,1 17.39 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.
More than , twenty double-page
pictures a year by Charles
Dana Gibson are only a part of
the good things that come week
by week to regular readers of
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tnako Collier's a necessity iu every home.
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pESIDENCE OF J. W. GORDON, KICIIARDSON STREET.
C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder
ILANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FUKNISIIET) ON SHORT NOTICE.
Office at 202 North Main Street,
NEAR DEIW SQUARE. (Phone 123 3.) BARRE, VERMONT.

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