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Gate's Real Estate Agency
F. B. CATE. H. J. SLAYTON.
If looking for bargains in Real Estate for a home or
investment read the following:
NEW COTTAGE HOUSE on Park street. Svea rooms besides laundry with set tubs.
Finished in birch and sycamore. Furnace, bath, hot water connections, electric lights, ail
ready to go to housekeeping. Will be sold cheap on easy payments.
ANOTHER NEW HOUSE on Maple Grove. Seven rooms, finished in hard wood with
every modern improvement. This house is also ready for occupancy, even to the shades to
the windows. Price reasonable.
EIGHT-FOOM COTTAGE cn 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. Lare lot, plenty of fruit and shrubbery. Will be sold cheap, as
owner wishes to leave the state.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE AND BARN on Quarry street. Lot is four rods by eifht rods.
Built only a few years ago. A bargain at $350. Easy terms.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE on Webster Avenue. Lot is' about 2C0 feet by 100 'feet.
Price, $700.
FARM OF TWELVE ACRES between Barre and Hontpelier. New Building, with
large henhouse J 2 by 40 feet. Just the place for gardening, having two markets Montpelicr
and Barre. Only five minutes' walk from electric cars.
Bolster Block, Rooms-11 and 12
ulti valors!
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.
PRIfNDLE & AVERILL,
81' North Main Street, - - - Barre, Vermont.
HOTEL MILANO,
JOSEPH D. OSSOLA, Proprietary,
North Main Street, - - - - Barre, Vermont.
Apple Trcrn.
It Is estimated that there ore ahoui
200,(ViO,00 apple tivos in the Unit-,1
States arid that the averapo (Tor,
imounts to shout 175,rKX,i.HK) buslnU
Applt's can be grown anywhere in the
United States except where it is verj
eold or vtv hot.
Public Hearing.
Tbe Orange County Telephone Company hav
ing mailt; a formal application totiie Citv Coun
cil ol tbis City fur nTini.Mnn to mtahlish a
central ollice in tlii t ity, ami to wt poles and
Hf rmi; iv ire on vat ion strict within the City
limit? ; and t hcrea a reHolution nan Iteen in
tr Nliicvii in Hit; City Council to give tliem tlila
ri.-ht.
Therefore, all persons who are lute reMetl In
this matter u iil 0c tiiven chance to tf heard
on the tjiietion of ;rarit!iiyr the said Orantre
Comity Telephone Company the rights a-ked
for in their application, Iteforo filial action in
taken in tin matter.
X ii i ? matter will conie up at a meeting of the
Hoard of Aldermen to lie held Tuoday ovenin(r,
July 2Mb, J'.Hti, at 7.00 o'clock, in the C'ity Couu
c.U chamber.
Dated at Barre. Vt., July 1'th, A. li. tm.
JAMES MAC KAV, City Clerk.
TO RENT.
Ill KENT Oood l:.r
"M.iin itnil Seminaiy Mrt
lomasi s litoti ty store.
store at corner of
r. Al'jtiy at M. !
47tf
TO KKNT Ion stairs tenement In !rol re
fair on Pro-pcct strwt. Impure of I.. 11.
ii.K.kor. b"
TO K EST Tenement for light housekeeping,
in our block. Eannan lin. Hit
TO KKNT Cottage of six room on Branch
street. Iiwiuire tit Mark Nichols', M!vr
Direct. , &tu
TO KKNT Five room tenement on Main
pueet, muiaiii pai&ot lituou.tui .-'t'i'1
i to .Scott & Tovrnsentl. ''' i
TO B KNT Furnished rooms at "TH K OTI3,"
14 I'eitrl St., tiv the day or week 'the bouss '
and furnihinsr are new. Stettin heat, electric ;
lights, baths, broad piazras trout ana oacn on ,
each tloor. Matron in charge, a"d the b"t ot ;
service guaranteed. O. 11. Hale, Prop, 304tf j
Bids Wanted.
The School Coniinii-ySoners of the City of
Farre. Yt., de-dre Scald bid? for the Conr-true-tion
of a twehe-room brick school buildine;.
The bids will he opened at a jiieetiinr of the
School ConiinifMioncrs in their otlice Monday,
July 27, V.m, at 8 1'. M. The sealed bid, plana
and speeit'eat ions must be in th hands of tht;
Clerk, P.. V. Hooker, or the Architects, on or
before, the time mentioned above. Tht; plans
and speciSications may I (teen in Barre at the
otlict! of smith tv. Walker, Architect, over
Perrv & Camp's store, from 4 to 6.30 P. M., or
at 4:5 State stt, Mmitpelier, fruiu 1 to 3 1'. M.
Tht; School Conmii-Hioners reserve the right to
reject anv or all bids.
M liool. COM'KS OF BAP.P.E.
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
K STATU OK WILLIAM G. SMITH.
The nnilersigncd, huvinir been appointed by
the Holt, Probate Court for the instiict o'f
Wahingtoii, coimiiiKfiorifrs, to receive, ex
amine and adjust all claims and demand of all
persons against the estate of William G. Smith,
late of the City of Karre. in said Jti-trict, tle
ecasetl, antl rill claims exhibited in oUsct there
to, hereby triva notice that we will meet for the
intrpose'aforeaid, at the ortice of O. H. Kectl,
in the t itv of Uarre, in said Oistrict, on the lMli
day of ,hilv ami iiil flay of lteccmber next, from
one o'elot k 1. M. tint if four o'clock 1. M ., each
of said flays, and that six months from the '.'ad
day of .lime, A. 1. linn, is the time limited by
said Court lor said creditors to present their
claims to us for examination anil allowance.
jnt-d at the ity of Haire this M flay of
Jul v. A. I '. r.
oiiAMKr, h. im-:n, )
(.KolifiK I). I'AI E, f
Tlmrs. July 2-U-Jti
Commissioner.
L Hotel e' da oggl in pol aperto al publico e tuttl vl potranno trovare
le pin' ample coramodita.
La Cueina e' aflulata ad un chief appositamente venuto da Xew York,
Tranzl ad ogni ora del glorno e della sera a prezzi modiuissiiul.
Salone pet pranzt. Uaniere arainobigliate Specialita' iniportate e do
ruestiche In bibite.
V Hotel e' connesso ooll HOTEL CAalPIDOGLIO di Xew Tork, 117
Bleecker Str. angolo Thompson Str., condotto da B. Bertlni e tuttl gli Italian 1
protxanno rivolgrsl all HOTEL MILANO di Barre se hanno parentl o amici
In arrivo al Castle Garden e per mezzo del S!g. Bertlni si corupieranno tutte
le pratiche per lo sbarco e verranno accompagnatl at treni in partenza. ,
UNA CARROZZA DEir HOTEL ATTENDE I X4GGUT0RI AD10GNI
TREN0 IN AFRIY0 A BARRE.
BUSINESS CARDS.
OR, C. H. KENT,
DENTIST. M Uos Block. Telephone
at office nd resitience.
G. A. WILKINSON,
CARRIAGE AND81GN PAINTING.
Cslsomioing and deeoratins;. House
painting and paper banglns a spec
laity. Xhe best work t. moderate
priwa. 8bop sbove the covered
bridge, 80, Main street, Barre.
ESTATE OF Al.EXAXI'ER J. STEPHENS.
STATE OF YKHMONT, 1 In Probate Court,
District of WashiiiKMni. ss. j held in Montpeher,
and for said Histiut, on the Mil flay ot
July, A. 1. VMt, Alexander J. Young, Ad
ministrator ot the f.siate 01 Aiexamier j.
Stephen-, late of the City of Uarre, in
said District, deceased, makes application to
said Court, with the consent and approbation In
writing ot the widow ana neirs ot ssm ne
Ceasetl, residing in the State of Yermont, for
license to sen all 01 tne real estate ot sain tie
ceaseil, situated in the City of Uarre. In said
liistrtct. to wit: House and lot on Silver
street, also interest fit said deceased in stone
shed anil land connected therewith, ineludinsr
the interest ol the widow of said deceased
therein ami the household right, represent ing
that, the sale thereof would lie benehcial to
the widow ami heirs of said deceased, and
those interested in his estate, in order to con
vert said real estate into money.
Whereupon, it is ordered bv said Court, that
said application lie referred to a session thereof,
to lie held at the I'robate Ollice, in said Motit
pelier, on the 27th day of July, A. I..HHi, for
hearing ami decision thereon"; and it is further
ortlered. that ail person interested be untitled
hereof, by publication of tiotiee of said applica
tion and older thereon three weeks successively
in tht; Uarre Oaily Times. ani'Wpaper published
at the t ity of Uarre. in this state, ami which
circulates in lite iiciuhliorhood of those inter
ested, l.tefore said time of hearing, that they
may appear at said time and place, and, if they
see catise. object thereto.
My the Court. Attest.
HIRAM CAKI.ETON, Judge.
Tun July 9-10--';)
TENEMENT TO KENT Apply to Win.
C. IH.ickie, corner Washington and. Mount'
streets, -to'i
TO KKNT-A very pretty up-stafrs tenement j
for man and wife, to lie vacant August 1. Ap-
ply to 115 summer street. 9TU i
TO KKNT A five-room tenement with hath
In gootl location. Imjuire of M. darvey, 4tj
l'eal 1 street. ff
Tt t;rvi'lT.intt,piit of four rooms, with
spring water. Apply at G7 Merchant St. 8"tU
TENEMENTS TO KENT Three tenements. ;
Inquire of Henry i'reuier. Granite street, tijtti i
TO KENT Two desirable rooms at 34 Jeffer
son street. 3'tf
TO RENT Furnished room. Apply to Paul j
Hill, 7 Summer street, U,1t f
EERNISHEO ROOMS TO KENT -Avenue.
40 Maple i
. Jilrti
TO KENT Eotir office rooms all connected,
recently occupied for millinery parlors, Kast
roau Bros. fc-ttf
MVEKY STABLE TO KENT Sixteen stalls.
Apply to brown & Murphy, 59 (South Main
street. S4tf
FOR RENT.
Nice down-stairs tenement on Patterson St.
Will rent right to small family.
Six room tenement on fiaiiiehl Ave. for ?10.00
Six-room tenement, with bath, just off Wash
ington St. ou Mt. Veruon Place for $13.00 per
month.
Five-room tenement on Brooklyn St.,' with '
liaru, for so.Oti.
J). A. PiiiiiiY Rkal Estate Agexcv I
HELP V ANTED.
WANTED At once, an apprentice to cut
stone, one who has served a year preferred.
Also two lirst-class atone cutters. Apply to W.
D. Kidder. JWtf
WANTED Ambitious man for otlice position
in Uarre. $20 weekly. Experience, inineces
sarv. Must have fair education, furnish good
references and sf.V. Silverware Co., 35 limine
well Building, Boston. Will
WANTED A woman for general housework,
familv of three, washings put out. 1". O. Box
lis.'., Kane, Yt. K'tf
WANTED Capable girl for general house
work. Apply to W. A. Bradford, 108 South
Main Street. itttt
WANTED Fif'tv men to work in our saw mill
and lumber vard" at peacham pond, l.ant'8
boro, t. Moose River Lumber Co. !Mt3
WANTED A man to work on farm. A man
who Is good with horses can have a job the
year round. D. A. Eraser, Webslerville. SJtlO
WANTED Girl who can tlo general house
work. Goml wages to right party. Apply at fl
Kirk street, up stairs, just oil Avers St. 'J.itti
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Timk will publish Wants, Lost and
Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short advertise
ments at the rate of four lines for twenty-rive
cents for the first insertion and five cents for
eeh subsequent insertion.
FOR SALE.
FOB SAI.E--1O0 li. p. water power, one half
mile from the town of Hartlwick. lias been im
proved and will be sold cheap. Apply to V. o.
Box Hartlwick, Yt. Udtti
FOK SALE; A chamber suit ami other house
hold atteots. Apply at 111 Seminary St. 94U
OR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPA.THIC PHYSICIAN. OI
flce In Room 85, MSies' Bulldins-.
OtHce bouri, 9 a. ra. to 12 to and 1.30
to p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Thurs
' ' day and Friday, Telephone con
nection. 4
ARTHUR II LEWIS, D. .V. S.,
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Surgery a specialty. Graduate ot West
ern Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo.
Office at residence, - - 36 Pearl Street.
Telephone, 212-13.
J. A. CROWLEY,
HOUSE PAINTING, Paper hsnging
etc. Shop on Bemlnary St. Tele
phone connection.
HENRY FRENIER & SON,
UNDEETAKEIM, luneral directors
and furnishers ot funeral supplies.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Granite street, Barre, Vt.
Residence up stsirs. Telephone, 13 -6,
KO Gl! OTiMMi W ihlbnr & Son, Fast
Barre, will furnish rough curb stone to any
part of Karre City for 2.-c per foot. 9-'p;;tt'
FOlt SALE; Chamber sutt, almost new. Ap
ply ls;4 Washington street, fltsta
FOR SALE A kit of stonecutter's tools, be
longing to the late George Johnston. Apply to
Anderson or Sinclair at Marr A liortlou's. Kita
FOR SALE: The property" at the corner of
Merchant and Summer, streets, belonging 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 iak. For price ami terms apply to H. W.
Bialey, Administrator. "Sf.'tj
acia'ts Tallies nr eenrs to sell member
ship in the famous Glolte Association of t hi
rago. Wages 50.00 a month up. Apply to
l. auiwrt, Graniteviue. i.
WANTED Kitchen girl nnd chamber maid
at South End Hotel, 50 South Main street. ,&4if
WANTE'.D At once nrst-elass shoe repairer.
Applv with kitreailv to work. Fred 8. hertsim,
112 N'orth Main street, uiuler Barre Savings
Bank. 83tf
M' ANTED Experienced help in tailor shop.
Girl pant maker and to tlo repairing new work.
Moore & Owens, Lri Main street. 4otf
WORK WANTED.
WANTED By experienced dressmaker, work
at home, or will go out by the day. Miss Laura
Leclair, Farwell street. KXttti
EOARDERS WANTED,
BOARD AND KOOM At the Stafford bouse.
Elect rie lights anil steam heat. fcl.W) per week.
No. 12 Cottage street. flTttt
' LOST AND FOUND.
j.(H'M)A lady's rutr at Caletlonla I'ark,
after the Lni versa! ist picnic. Owner call at
Kobcrt lieasitle's, PI Kirk street, prove property
ami pay lor this advertisement. wtl
LOST A ladv's belt with silver purse at
tached. Kinder leave at this oltice ami be re
warded, mt
BAKERY GOODS.
MRS. H. A. BEAP.H,
EXPERIENCED NUE3E. No. 102
South Main street, Barre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-2.
H. W. SCOTT,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office In
Wood Clock, over Ladd's store.
Juetlee, notary nnd stenographer
In offlee.
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 patrounge Is solicited.
5 Thurston Place, - Barre, Vermont.
FRED L. PAGE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Residence, 31 Highland
Avenue. 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 Blacksmlthins:.
Horse Shoeing; a specialty. All work done in a
first-class manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call
and set me. W. T. BURGESS.
J, A. M'LEOD,
REGISTERED SHOEING SMITH.
Knee-cntting, interferinsr, eliciting,
etc., positively cured. Diseased foot
treated with success, Trotters, pa
core and gentlemen's roadsters a
npciaity. Shop on Seminary 8t.
Telephone connection.
Spring a5"J Summer Woolens
Warjatnaker & Brown's
Made-to-Measure Clothing.
0. W. B0YEA, Merchant Tailor.
FOR SALE: One pair of draft horses,
dapple gray ami brown. Weight, .".mO. Per
fectly sound. Also sleds, harness, wagon, tlunip
cart and chains. Erices right. W.L. Moody,
Watcrbury, t. 77tlii
FOB. SA LE Kay horse, nine vears obi, weighs
ll.Vi pounds. Kind ami good for road or work.
Call at ;iO Wellington St. W.JI.tialo. Tori
FOK SALE AT CAS.SlE FA KM.
Milk Our wairon delivers twice a day.
11 ay Delivered promptly in bulk.
Shetland l'onies E'rotu imported stock.
Kins and Shoates Ky the registered
Barre Jim, O. I. V. C.
Collie I'ups Sable and white, from registered
stock. Apply to (ieorge Cassie, East Street.
sire
FOlt SALE Cheap for cash, 15-ton stone
wagon in excellent, condition. Standard Oran
ite Co.'s quarries, Hartlwick, Vt. tHMf
FOR SALE: OU TO K1:NT Mouse and burn
and about 211 acres of land, within ten minutes
walk of Williamstown station and post-otllee
Applv to J. K. lliockway, Williamstown. l.Jtf
PLATK GLASS FOR SALE A lot of random
aiwts a very low price if taken t once What
size do you want? CNiUN MADE SIGNS and
AW NINGS. H. A. Kugg, 14 French St, SirJtt
GREEX DUCKS.
J. A. FIELD,
Contractor and Builder.
Ofliee and residence, 32 Fatterson
St. Telephone 1574.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEX.
Wood & Gregoire.
Stona Masons and Contractors.
i
Raisin? and moving hnildings.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Telephone Calls :
C. E.Wood, 215-21 ; G. L. Gregoire, 307-11.
I'ckin Ducks, ten week old and weighing
from three to lour pounds. Delicious in flavor
nnd so tender they may be curved with two
forks. Only unc per pound.
A. W. ALLEN, Sunnyside Farm.
Telephone 114-3. inUf
TO RENT.
TO KENT Tenement of five rooms. N'ewlv
repaired. Convenient to Katehchter's Meadow
Apply at house, ISO Washington street. I'lttJ
TO It KNT Five-room tenement, first floor,
on Granite street. Inquire .of Scott & Town,
send, Granite street. Si'itf
TO REN T House of fl rooms with all latest
improvements. Also barn. All on Kerry street.
A ..,.! 'I'tiiiu Rr'i.lv tit. the Mine Store. Sr.l f
TO KENT Large tenement to rent. Seven
rooms. Applyatii. W. llookerA Co.'sstore. ;;lf
TO KENT.
Two tenements in Stafford house on Cottage
street.
2tf Ehelps KrotlicrB.
NOW OPEN FOR KCS1NESS Good Home
made lircail and Doughnuts at the Cake and
l'astry i'arlor, No. 9 South Main St. IKHf
WARNING.
The legal voters of the City of Karre, in the
Countv ol Washington anil State of eruioiit.
are he'rebv notified ami warned to meet in City
Meeting "in Citv Hall, North Main Street, on
Tuesilav Evening. July -1st. I'.mi, at T.30 o'clock
to act on tne loiiowing articles, vtn;
First To elect a iiutilerator to preside at said
meeting.
Second To see if the Citv will vote to receive
and hold hi trust nionev, tfie income of which
Is to be used for the care and improvement of
it cemeteries, or of private lots whithin saitl
cemeteries or elsew here, its provided for in Sec
tion K of the Vermont Statutes.
Third To do anv other proper business.
. Dated at the City of Karre, this Dthdayof
Ju.lv, A. D. l'.Kti.
J. HENRY JACKSON, Mayor.
FREDERICK R, TIBBIT.TS
21, 22 and 23 Ames Building, Boston.
Investment Securities
Commission orders in New York, Chicago and
Boston markets.
Weekly market letter mailed upon application
Special attention given to speculative accounts
Telephone l'M2 Slain.
The leal Backin
g?
Every Home Kas Its Backing of Cash.
Some Homes Require Much Cash, Others Little.
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 owning your own home
to secure it. It does not require much 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 I2300.CO.
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, 23 00.00.
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, $ 100.00 down and
balanc; monthly.
LARGE LOT ON EAST ST.,
the si2e 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. PERRY
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 rePres?nit rne 'argest andateSMtfre insurance com
panies in the'wVrld. ""
Write or call 3t office for rates, etc,
BOSTON, LIVERPOOL, QUEEIN'STOWN.
j 4
Fast. Twin Screw Mail nnd Passenger Steam
ers. M.'-'sU tons; 6O0 feet long, itennti kable for
steadiness. All rooms upper decks amidships,
perfect ventilation.
1VKHNTA sails from Huston July H,
August 11.
S VXOM A Sails from Boston JulvW. Xn.W
ELTON I A (third cla-s only, specially titled)
sails July L'l.
l'lans.Vailings, etc., 126 State St., Bop ton,
Mass. Alexander Martin. Atrent. or S. S. ilal
I lard's Steamship Agencv, Miles' Block, Parre,
' .,r Veu, I a,ul,,r. 111... if M . .,, I , ... I let-
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. DILjLON, Agent.
Representing $465,490, 1 1 7.39 assetts as per annual
statement of companies represented in this agency on
Jan. I, 1903. That tell the whole story. Call and
investigate. No risk too large, none too small.
RESIDENCE OF J. W. ltDON, EICHAEDSON STREET. '
C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder
TLANS AND SPECIFICATION FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
Office at 202 North Main Street,
NEAR DEPOT SQUARE. (Thorn. 123-3.) BARRE, VERMONT.

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