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Gate's' Real 'Estate Agency.
F. B. GATE.
H. J. SLAYTON.
If looking for bargains in Real Estate for a home or
investment read the following:
NEW COTTAGE HOUSE on, Park street. Seven rooms besides laundry with set tubs.
Finished in birch and sycamore. Furnace, bath, hot water connections, electric lights, all
ready to go to housekeeping. Will be sold cheap on easy payments. J,,mm j & i
ANOTHER NEW HOUSE on Maple Grove. Seven rooms, finished in hard wood with
every modem Improvement. This house ts also ready for occupancy, even to the shades to
the windows. Price reasonable.
EIGHT-ROOM COTTAGE on South Main street. Finished in hard pine and has hard
wood floors. Bath and sewer connections. In first -class repair. Five minutes' walk from
Batchelder's Meadow. Large lot, plenty of fruit and shrubbery. Will be sold cheap, as
owner wishes to leave the state. ' .. : .
FIVE BOOM COTTAGE AND BARN on Quarry street. Lot is four rods by eifht rods.
Built only a few years a?o. A bargain at $350. Easy terms.
FIVE -ROOM COTTAGE on Webster Avenue. Lot is about 2C0 feet by ICO feet.
Price, $700.
FARM OF TWELVE ACRES between Barre and Montpelier. New Euildirsgs, with
large henhouse 12 by 40 feet. Just the place for gardening:, having two markets -Montpelier
and Barre. Only five minutes' walk from electric cars.
Bolster Block, Rooms 11 and 12
Cultivators!
We have them and a full line of Garden
and Heavy Wheelbarrows and Express
Wagons, Grass and Bush Scythes, also Ash
and Cherry Snaths. Prices the lowest.
PRINDLE & AVERILL,
31 North Main Street,
Barre, Vermont.
HOTEL MILANO,
JOSEPH D. OSSOLA, Propietario,
North Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont.
V Hotel e' da oggi in pol aperto al publico e tutti vi potramio trovare
le piu' ample coniruoilita'.
La Cneirm e' ai'iidata ad un chief appositamente venuto da New York,
rranzl a-1 ogni ora del giorno e delta 8?ra a prezzl modiclssirul.
Salone per praml. Camera ammoblgliate Spedaiita' importate e d
un'stlclse In blbite.
L Hotel e' connesso coll HOTEL CAMP1DOGLIO dl New York, 147
Bleecker Str. angolo Thompson Str., eoiulotto da B. Bertiul e tutti gli Italian!
protranno rlvolgersi all' HOTEL MILANO dl Barra 88 hanno parentl o amiel
la anivo al Castle Garden e per mezzo del Sig. Bertinl si couiplerauno tntte
le pratiehe per lo stmreo e verranuo aceompagnatl ai treni In paitenza.
UNA QFPvOZZA DELL' HOTEL ATTENDE I VIAGGIATORI AD .OGNI
TRENO IN AKFIVO A EAK'S'E.
BUSINESS CARDS.
DR. C. H. KENT,
DENTIST. MUes Block. Telephone
at office nail residence.
G. A. WILKINSON,
CARRIAGE! AND8IUN PAINTING.
CHlsornlDlng and decorating. Houbb
painting and paper hanging a spec
laity, ihe best work at moderate
prlcc-g. 8bop above the covered
bridge, So. Main street, Barre.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
fwunoiTnm Pfl VSIOl A N. Of-
Bee in Room 85, MUea' Buildinsr.
Olflce bourn, 9 a. m. to 12 m and 1.30
to 1 p. m., Monday, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Friday. Telephone connection.
ARTHUR tl LEWIS, D. V. S.,
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Surgery a specialty. Graduate of West
ern Veterinary Cohere, Kansas City, Mo.
Office at residence, - - 36 Pearl Street.
Telephone, 212-13.
J. A. CROWLEY,
HOUSE PAINTING, Paper banging
etc. Shop on Seminary St. Tele
phone connection.
l'itt.huris MtichlnlxtR May Strike.
I'ittsburif, July 10. five thountiil
innchlnists of I'iltsburg may L
thrown out of employment following
action to be taken at a run S3 nteetius
of local machinists. Tlie men now
linve the sanction of their national
fifliccrs to strike nod will take a secret
balK In a meeting to be held at the
old city ball. The vote will be
whether they will accept nn offer by
the manufacturers of a 7Vi per cent in
crease or renin in solid for their de
mand (f a 10 per cent increase.
TO RENT.
TO 1; KNT-I'nr-rr.nin ti-n.'iuf :t. I.nw rein.
Apply iit Smitli Jfi'us.' market,. S-'tf
'ID KKNT Two dosiral.le iyh.ui at S4 JeftVr.
S'Mi treet. -'tt
'! ): KM'- riirnisticil roem. Apply to I'rml
Hill, 7 hummer strt-i !,. ' I'.Mf i
t 1 HMSHKIi KooilS TO RKNT ! Maple :
Avenue, luttf
TO HKM'- Fnur e!);ei rooir all eonri' i tt'il, !
reeenrly occupied fr millinery lKulnrs. I ii.-T- ,
niau lion. ' nit j
I.lVKIiV STABI.K TO MKN T Sixteen ytall-.
Apply to brown & Sturphv, to h-nuti ,Min
i reet. ' kitr
Mr. (rnf nt Snsttmorv II 11 1.
Oyster Hay, X. Y., July 10. Former
Governor Winthrop Murray Crane of
Masn husetts, who was an overnight
guest of President Roosevelt at Sag
amore Hill, has left for home. His con
ference with the president was about
some pending governmental matter on
which the president desired his counsel
and about the national campaign of
next year, in the management of
which former Governor Crane will
play u conspicuous part.
lie Real Backing!
Every Home Has Its Backing of Cash.
Some Homes .Require Much Cash, Others Little.
TO liKNT ('ottairp at 40 I.onjr street. Seven '
room, hot ami eltl Muter, Imth. etc. Tina ;
Kiinleu. Apply to C. It. I'errv, Uiele St. 'nit j
rott liENT. i
Nicp low n--it:iirs tenement on Patterson St. I
Will rent ri(i'ht to mull Immly. j
Six r'ioin tenement on urlii kl Ave, for sio.fjQ
Six-rviu tenement, v irli ,;,th, jut on" W ) j
Ini;t"ii M. ou Jit. Veruon Place fur fU.'iO per
UloliUl. I
t'ivf-rotiin tcrit-nii-Iit on UrnpiL-lvn f ttit'i
kirn, for .v0. '
U. A. Pkkkv I!ki, K-TA ti; Ac.r.Ncv
HELP WANTED.
Tax Notice.
STATE OP VF.BMOXT, To .Tames Mackav,
V:i-hinrton t oinity, I Treasurer of tli C'itv
of Harre, VtTii"iit. (.rectiiifr:
1'y tlie aiitlioritv of tlip State of Vermont voa
are bercl.y coiiiiijancli-d to lew and collect of
tlie Keveral persons named in tlifl list herewith
criininit.ted to yon the sum of money annexed to
the name of each person respectively and pay
the same into the Treasury of Mid t'ItT accora
inp to law.
.iven under my hand at the f'ltv of p.arre. in
ail ( ountv, this'Soth !av of June" A. 1. 1'XwJ.
J. HI.Mtl' JAt KsoN".
Maynr of the ity of Itstrre.
NOTICE.
The tax liills levied on the O rand List of the
City of Karre for the vear l'Ji.'i have this dav
been placed in my hands for collection, and ill
accordance with the itevised City Charter and a
vote f the Hoard of Aldermen, tit their regular
Hireling held June Bid, phm, said t-.tx hills must
he puid on or before August lath, Jtt.
From this dale until August loth tlie office of
the City Cletk will he open every cvemii!.' trom
to S.ho p. in. for the accommodation of those
dt-sirint; to pav taxes.
JAMES MAC KAY. City Treasurer.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
Till! Tmrs will publish V'ants, Lost and
Found, For Side, To l.et. etc. short advertise
ments at the rate of tour lines for twenty-live
cents for the first insertion and five cents for
each subsequent insertion.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE At Morse Klm-k, one chamber
suit and one Wilton velvet carrr't (about 85
yaTds', both as -.sxl asi new and will Ik; sohl
i-lmap. .Mrs. Jas. Young. Inijuire at the store
of A. U". Badger & Co. !stl
H 'It SA LE A chamber suit and other house
hold aiftH is. Apply at 111 Seminary St. mt;s
IIOCIJH 'fTKHINO WiMbur Son, Fast
Barre, will furnish routrh curli stone to any
part of Uarie City for 2so. per foot. ifcfpSlf
V I ill S ALK-Chiimber suit, almoj
ply li4 Washirijrtn street.
t new. Ap-
&5t'J
FOR SALIV-A kit of stonecutf er' tools, be
lonKinif to the hue lieorsre Johnston. Apply to
Andwson or Sinclair at Marr & tiordou's. "S3t2
FOR PALhV The property at, the corner of
Meri'iumt and Summer streets, belontcii) to the
estate of the late Julia Morse. New house, 12
rooms and bath, steam heat, modern plumbing
and modern in every other particular. Finished
in oak. For price and terms apply to It. YV.
llralev, Administrator. " TM'2ii
FOR SALE (hie pair of draft horses,
dapple gray and brown. Weieht, !".. Per
fectly sound. Also sleds, harness, wajron. dump
cart. and rim inn. Trices right. W. L. Moody,
Wafcrbnry, t. TTvlti
FOR SALE Kay horse, nine venrs old, weigh
ll.yi pountls. Kiiid and good for road or woi k.
Call at :a VVellintrton St, Vi. H. Gale. 70t'3
FOR SALE AT t'ASSlE FARM.
Milk Otir waeon delivers twice a day.
liav ludivered promptly in bulk.
Shetland ponies From imported tnck.
I'ijis find Shoates liy the registered sire
Harre Jim, O. I. W. C.
Collie 1'ups Sable and white, from registered
stock. Apply to tieoi ge ( assie, Fast street.
FOR SALE Cheap for c.'i'h. lS-tn stone
wan'on in exc-llent coudiuoii. standard liran
ite Co.'s iptan ies. liardviick, Vt. " Wit
HENRY FRENIER 4 SON,
UNDEETAKER8, funeral directors
and furnishers of funeral supplies.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Granite Btreet, Barre, Vt.
Kesldence up stairs. Telephone, 13 -5.
MRS. H. A BFAP-H,
EXPERIENCED NUK9E. No. 102
South Main street, Barre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-2.
H, W. SCOTT,
ATTORNEY-AT-JLAW. OfBce In
AVood Block, over Ladd's store.
Justice, notary and stenographer
in office.
FRED L, PAGE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Residence, 34 Highland
Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3.
F. G. & C. II. ROWELL,
Complete Architects
and Builders,
58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont.
H. E. JEFFORDS,
Painting and Paper Hanging
And Calsoruiniiig. A share
of your patronage is solicited.
5 Thurston Place, Barre, Vermont,
NOTICE.
Having leased the Union Blacksmith Shop
known is the C, N, Benedict shop. No. 22 Sum
mer Street, I will do all kinds of Biacksmtthinj.
Horse Shoeing a specialty. All work done in a
first-class manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call
and see me. W. T. BURGESS.
J. A. M'LEOD,
npnisTfi-liKIl SHOEING BMITII.
Knee-cuttinsr, interfering, clicking,
etc, positively cured. Diseased feet
treatad with success. Trotters, pa
cers and gentlemen's roadsters a
specialty. Hhop on Seminary 8t.
To'epnone connection.
otic
Spring ssd Summer Wee!
Wanamaker & Brown's
Made-to-Measure C'lothinji;.
0. W. BOYEA, Merchant Tailor.
J. A. FIELD,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and residence, 32 Patterson
St. Telephone 1574.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN
Wood & Gregoire,
Stona lassos and Contractors.
Itaising and moving buildings.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Telephone Cll:
C. E. Wood, 215-21 ; O. L. Gregoire, 307-12.
KOK XAI.E OU TO KKNT llcmse nml Lain
anl altout vn actvs of litml, w ilhin tn ininnrt''
wn!k f 'il!i:initown station ami nit-ctltii't.
AlU'ly to J. li, Hioi kway, W illiumstou u. l;ftf
PLATtC CjLASS FOR SALE A lotof random
slza a verv ow prlre if trtttn at nnre M hut
sire d' vm'i want? I'MON MUB SIGN'S anil
AWNINGS. H. A. Kngg, H French bt. ItW:!
tVAN'TI"I)-A woman for t-pmral hciiofwuk,
family of three, washings put out. J. O. H"x
'Mii, llurre, Vt. ' ',i;.n.f
WAN'IF.K A mnn to run an OMtiam biirface
cntti-r in riiilHilHnliia. Apply to ounir Hr.
Sui?nly job anti nod wiic!, ' uotj
VA NTKO t apul'le pirl for ponem! Iionsp
work. Apply to tV. A. liradford, Jds Smith
Slain iStret-t. ,i.'.tt
WANTKH Kif'fy men to work In our saw mill
ami luml.cr yanf at Ivaoluiin pond, Lnncs
lioro, t, Moose Hiver Luiulier Co. !?Ut
WANTKO A man to work nn farm. A man ;
who i )jmhI with horses run havi" a jol the j
yi;ar rouml. I). A. Frauer, MVlisicrville. 'Aixln i
WANTV.K Cirl who ran ilo iti ni'ral hue
work, trooil wav't' to rij-'ht party. Apply at 9
Kirk slrfrt, up "Uiir?, jut oft Aycrs Sc". lute
AfrfATS Laities or enti, to mi-inlMT-hij)
In tlie famous t;iol- A"oria!,ioii of hi
r,ti."i. Wk'w jjii.wi a month up. Apply to
T, l aubi-rt, (..ramtevillf. 't. uitS
WANTKli liy Thomas Oplahnnty. ltiiliro Ave.
opp. i'ntrn "to Norch I.aim-1 1 'ill cvnii'H-ry,
l'liil.iili'lpliift, (.raniteaml Mavlilp W'orkc.a tirst
elac li'tti'ii'r. one who can use pneumatic too!
and ran alio ilo traced work, isj.eii per day,
eiirltt hour, weekly wages. Su-ady work to
the right man. ki'tf
W'ANTi:!) Kitchen pirl and ehamher maid
at tiinitb Knd Hotel, Jy outh Main treet. tltt
M'AN'I Kl At once 8rt-ekiKM fhile repairer.
Applv wHti kit ready lowmk. Fn-d .Kenisnn,
Jr. North Main street, Under liarre Savings
linnk. UU
W A N TK I Experienced help m tailor shop,
flirl pant maker and to do repaii int; new work.
Moore & Owens, 1-"-' Main street. f
WORK WANTED.
WANTI.O To do h.u.kkeepinir or clenou'ia
phv woik evenings. Inquire at the, Times
oiltee. !dt(
BOARDERS WANTED.
liAni) AND FOOM At the Staffoid house,
Kleetrie ilu and steam heat. J4.UI per week.
No. 1'-' t'ottaiie street. '.'TtiS
AGENTS WANTED.
THE ONLY AVTHOKIZED 1.1 FK OF I'OI'K
LKil XIII. Written with the eneouratriMiient,
appri'ihntinn and hlessinir of His Holine, hv
Sf irr-. Uetnard O'Ke'dly, h. 1')., LL. !., who for
eljiht vear lived in "the Vatiean as Domestic
11 elate to the I'ope. This ili.-tintriiishi'd Ameri
can autlmr was summoned to Kouie and ap
pointed by the 1'ope as his omeialbinrapher.
Approved and rei-'!uni7.ed by Cardinal Oitdtons
ami all church authorities as thf only otliei.il
liiojjraphv of the I'opc. Over pates, mair
nitieently Hlustiated. I'm-ahai i n ki m-roit-TCN11V
V. "Jit AO ems. I''st coiiuiiissjon, K!o
rant outfit free. S'nd l,"c for piistaL'e. THK
JollV C. AMX'STON CO., Tl-i Areh St., I'liila
delphia, Fa.
LOST AND FOUND.
FlUMi-A lady's ruff at Caledonia l'ark,
after the Vniversalist picnic. Owner eall at
liiiliert Keasiile's. In Kirk strwt, prove property
and pay lor this advertisement. ai'tl
LOST A tadv's belt with silver purse at
taelied. l'imie'r h avu at this office and he re
warded, ilitf
FOl'X DLinht eoloreil lmir.ry whieh owner
can have hv cHtliiiir at 93 Hiouklyn stiwt ami
puyine for tills advf if isenient. ' tcif
BAKERY GOODS.
NOW OI IN FOI! llVS!XKs.S-i;.l Home
made Ilread and 1 loiijrlinnts at tin; t ake and
l'astry l'atlor, No.il oiith Main St. n','.t
G1IEEN DUCKS.
1'ekin Ducks, ten weeks old and weiirhing
froiuthri'e lo four pound!., lielieious in flavor
and so tender they may he curved with two
forks. Only '-'iK' per pound. .
A. W. ALLEN, Sminvside Farm.
Telephone 114.3. o,;tf
TO RENT.
TO It KNT Tenement of fire rooms. Newly
repaired. Convenient to Hnteheliler's Meadow.
Apply at house, 1-n w ahincton street. villi
TO IlKNT Five-room tenement, first floor.
on tJranite street, lminire of Svntt, i,V Towti-
send, t.ranite street. fitf
TO KENT Cottace
street. linmire at,
street.
if six rooms on Branch
Mark Nichols' Sil-rer
TO ItENT -Five room teucuu-Ht on Main
street, in main part of liurnhaiu house. Apply
to scott ot Towusemi. y.itt
TO It F.N T House of 9 rooms with all latent
Improvements. Also Imrn. All on Ferry street.
Apply to 1 in, nrauy at me rune More, n iti
TO KENT -Large tenement to rent. Seven
rwms. Applvat fi. W. Honker - c'o.'sstore. 7;ttf
TO KENT.
Two tenements in Stafford house on Cottage
street.
Flielps lirothers.
TO ItENT Oooil larjje store Rt corner of
Main and Seminary streets. Apply at it. U.
Toniasi's (,'t'occiy store. 4'tf
T i 1; ENT Down stairs tenement in ood re
:tir on l'ropect street. Inipiire ot I,. H.
louker. s-ltf
TO KENT Tenement for light housekeeping
in cur block. Eastman iiros. Mtf
TO RENT Furnished rooms at "TH E OTIS,'
14 IVsrl gt , by the dav or week. The house
and furnishing are new. Steam heat, elect! le
lights, hatha, broad pijas front and back on
each floor. Matron in cnurirc, tun 1110 ussi 01
service (rnarunteed. O. H. Hale, Prop, Sltltf
TFNKMI'NT TO KENT Apply to Wm
C. Mackie. comer t ashiturton ami Mount
streets. 4utf
TO KENT A very pretty up-stairs tenement
Tor man and wire, to tie vacant August .1. i
ply to lb) Mimmer street. 87t;J
TO HUNT A five-room tenement with bath
In eood location. luuuite of M. (iarvey,
I'eail street.
TO KENT Tenement ef four rooms, with
ppi inn water. Apply at 0. Merchant St. Eit
TENEMENT TO KENT Three tenements.
Inquire of Henry Frenier, Granite street, twttt
FREDERICK R.TIBBITTS
21, 22 and 23 Ames Building. Boston.
Investment Securities
Commission orders in New Yotk, Chicago and
Boston markets.
Weekly market letter mailed upon application.
Special attention given to speculative accounts.
Telephone 1342 Main. -
We help you to have a home with little cash. We pro
tect your investment so that you can get the house paid for.
If it's real happiness you want, try own'ng your own home
to secure it. It does not require muclv cash to buy these:
NEARLY NEW HOUSE,
which contains-six rooms and has been painted within a
year, located on Elm St. There is a nice porch across front
and on ell. Nearly one-half acre of land, with quantities of
currant, blackberry and raspberry bushes, besides pear, plum
and apple trees all in bearing. Good henery, large enough
for 50 or 75 hens. Also a nice spring of water deeded with
the place. As owner wishes to leave the city, we are al
lowed to sell for 2300 00.
HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS
on Maple Ave. Was built in 1901 by H. M. Houston.
Is finished in the natural wood and there are hard wood
floors in three rooms. House has good granite cellar, is
connected with sewer and supplied with city water. The lot
is large, having a good frontage and a depth of 150 feet.
Price 2300.00.
HOUSE AND SMALL BARN,
with about two acres of land, on Quarry St. Contains seven
rooms and is in very good repair. Owing to sickness, the
owner is very anxious to sell and will make the price right.
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE
on Perrin St. Has been built about three years. Is con
nected with' sewer and has bath-room. All rooms on first
floor are finished in natural wood. If sold before it is rented
. the price will be only $1500.00. Terms, $ ico.oo down and
balanc: monthly.
LARGE LOT ON EAST ST.,
the size being 132 by. 140 feet, with aright to stream of
water. Owner is anxious to sell and will make price right.
DON'T BE LATE
in investigating these properties, but make it your way to
see us at once. We are always glad to explain our method
of selling to those wishing to buy on the easy payment plan.
THE D. A. FfcKKY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon Block, - - Barre, Vermont.
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 cmce for rates, etc.
Office Over Granite Savings Bank.
r?n
ibtf
BOSTON, LIVERPOOL, QUEEN5T0WN.
Fast Twin Keren- Mall anil Pawnsw Steam
or. 14,'.'m) tens; tiiKl feet lornr. l!enmik:ilile fur
Ftemliiiess. All' rooinf upper decks miiiiWtlns.
I'etfeer ventilation.
IVi:iiMA tails froni UnM'.n July H,
Autru.-t 1 1 .
SA XOM A sa Us from "Huston .1 uly 2?, A ttir. "'
1 U'tiM A Itliinl ckifs only, (specially titled)
sail .Inly 21.
Plans, Millnc, etc., l-'C Stat St., Rnxtrnt,
Maf. Aiexamier Martin, Atrent, or S. 8. liat
lard's fcUaini'hip Atreney, Allies" Block, liarre,
or New Langilou Him k, Monl pelier.
New Seven-Room Cottage
Just Completed
For Sale at a Bargain.
One of the best finished cotUg-cs in the city of
Barre, containing seven large rooms. Reception
hall finished in quartered oak, parlor in quartered
sycamore, dining: room in red birch and all red
birch floors. Balance of house finished in best
quality brown ash. Furnace heat, bath, set tubs,
electric lights and everything modem and up-to-date.
Located on Park street, one of the best
streets in the city, overlooking Currier Park.
Within two minutes' walk of Srauldiaj school
and three of City Hail and post-office. It is no
doubt one of the best located and best finished
houses in the city that Is on the market today.
I would be pleased to show you throttc,h the prop
erty and-you will then be convinced that I have
goods to back op my statements. The above
property will be sold cheap and on very easy
, terms. L H. WAUi.
INSU RANGE
Some agents say "The Best Companies," others
"The Strongest," and still others "The Largest
Companies." I simply say
J. W. DILLON, Agent.
Representing $465,490,117.39 assetts as per annual
statement of companies represented in this agency on
Jan. i, 1.903. That tells the whole story. Call and
investigate. No risk too large, none too small.
m
RESIDENCE OF J. Vf. GORDON, KtCHARDSON 6TREET.
C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder
PLANS AMI) SPKClFICATrOXS FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
Office at 202 North Main Street,
NEAR DEPOT SQUARE. (Phone 123-8.) BARRE, VERMONT.

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